Morning Business News Round Up_Dec 03,2015

Morning Business News :



  • MSCI Asian stocks are standing tall, but Indian peers wilting
  • Flipkart suffers Rs 2,000-crore wound in bruising discount war
  • Paytm and ICICI Bank to offer virtual prepaid cards
  • M&M recovery rides on economic revival
  • Major rejig at Samsung, slowest growth in 10 yrs
  • Dr Lal PathLabs, Alkem big hits in the grey market
  • Financial products better investment tools, says Jayant Sinha
  • Highway developers to get equitable annuity payments
  • Make in India boost: Government exempts shipbuilding inputs from customs, excise duties

  • DIPP likely to back ecommerce companies in legal tussle with footwear firms
  • Government may consider selling off Scooters India
  • Government may slap Rs 32 crore penalty on Volkswagen
  • CIL’s 3.25 MT capacity project in Maharashtra to start by month-end
  • Tata’s tie-up with ICBC will not impact SBI: says Arundhati Bhattacharya
  • Natco Pharma suspends work at Chennai plant due to flood
  • Oyo Rooms looks to buy rival Zo
  • Janet Yellen signals US interest rate hike not far away
  • Ramdev’s Patanjali eyes a bigger bite of consumer goods pie with ad blitz

  • Narendra Modi remains a popular Prime Minister with 74% approval rating
  • Raghuram Rajan gives rupee bond bulls confidence to forecast end of rout
  • Wipro buys German firm Cellent for $78 mn
  • PVR’s acquisition of DLF’s DT Cinemas faces CCI concerns
  • Sun Life Financial to increase its stake in Birla Sun Life Insurance from 26% to 49%
  • Tata Steel refinances $1.5 billion worth of loans
  • Bad loans may rise for Shriram Transport Finance
  • Manipal Hospitals to tap IBM’s Watson for superior cancer care
  • Insurers may take ₹2,000-cr hit from Chennai floods
  • SEBI will not force MF industry to reduce agents commission: Chairman
  • Fund-raising plan to steer GMR Infra forward
  • Allahabad Bank to decide on insurance arm
  • Bajaj Auto bike sales rise 3% in November; exports take a hit
  • Little gas left at two ONGC blocks; fuel flows to RIL
  • Asset sale may fetch Bhushan Steel Rs 3,000 cr
  • Bharti Airtel Doubts on Project Leap
  • Mutual funds pump in Rs one-lakh crore in equities in 18-months


Today’s Wealth Mantra !

“Every portfolio benefits from bonds; they provide a cushion when the stock market hits a rough patch. But avoiding stocks completely could mean your investment won’t grow any faster than the rate of inflation”

-Suze Orman


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