Morning Business News Round Up_Oct 13,2017

Morning Business News :

  • RBI’s strict KYC norms to keep e-wallets safe
  • Idea, Voda may offer 4G smartphones after Jio, Airtel
  • Banks to set aside Rs 3.3L cr as NPA provisioning
  • Tata Teleservices to sell wireless mobile biz to Bharti
  • 4 metros to gain $7.2 bn/yr on digital payment boost
  • SC asks banks not to sell pledged Fortis shares
  • IndusInd Bank posts 25% YoY surge in Q2 profit
  • RBI proposes currency trading platform for retail customers
  • IIP recovers to 4.3% in Aug, retail inflation steady at 3.28% in Sept
  • Sebi may reduce time to file consent pleas
  • Bitcoin trades above $5,000 for first time ever, up 7%

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  • Real estate might soon be under GST: Arun Jaitley
  • US jobless claims fall to more than one-month low
  • ‘India’s per capita energy consumption to double in next 6-7 years’
  • World Bank President lauds Modi’s reform agenda
  • India, Mauritius back to negotiating free trade pact
  • TCS net profit slips 2% to Rs. 6,446 cr in Q2
  • Mutual funds log Rs. 2 lakh cr inflows in April-Sept FY’18
  • Prakash Industries bags additional coal linkage for 5 years
  • LIC makes Rs8,000 crore bid in GIC Re IPO
  • Reliance Industries’s Q2 results to get a boost from refining business
  • Kumar Mangalam Birla may tap markets amid telecom shakeout
  • Govt relaxes guidelines for atomic mineral mining in coastal regions
  • JNPT container traffic rises 6% in April-September period
  • SoftBank hits 17-year high amid Japan rally, Sprint talks
  • Paytm eyes 5-fold growth in gold sales in Dhanteras, Diwali
  • Allianz, Shapoorji Pallonji partner to invest in office market
  • FM Arun Jaitley says Indian economy undergoing challenges, not crisis
  • China says EU, US trade moves lack awareness of WTO rules
  • RBI sets rupee reference rate at 65.1003 against US dollar
  • Government tempers daily price revision of petroleum products
  • Slowdown is real but not sure of causes: PM’s panel
  • Indian carriers eye flying slots of Qatar Airways at Dubai
  • Corporates may report dip in profits for second quarter