Morning Business News Round Up_SEPT 30th, 2019

Morning Business News:

  • China to send its top trade negotiator to the US for talks
  • PMC’s HDIL loan stands at Rs 6,500 crore
  • IRCTC offers attractive prospects going forward
  • JSPL to reduce debt by over Rs 10,000 crore
  • Govt to set up a working group on new industrial policy
  • The RBI recommendation that PMC bank ignored
  • Govt may seek Rs 30,000 crore interim dividend from RBI, says the report
  • Iran’s petroleum industry on ‘full alert’ against attacks: Oil minister
  • UP energy regulator slashes solar tariffs, approves bidding for 550 MW
  • Saudi Arabia to invest $100 billion in India, eyes long-term partnership
  • Privatization plan of BPCL will need a prior nod of Parliament: Officials
  • Value of Indian brands rises 6% to $228.2 billion: BrandZ

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  • SIS India eyes ₹21,000-cr revenue in the next five years
  • Elgi opens new European headquarters in Belgium
  • Govt plans to update national water policy: Jal Shakti Minister
  • Mazagon Dock IPO shelved due to lack of demand for shipbuilding stock
  • Adani group firms plan to raise $2 bn from dollar bonds
  • PMO steps in to ease the supply of credit for green energy firms
  • China vows ‘two-way’ financial opening as trade talks near
  • Govt is listening to the market: Samir Arora
  • India set to lose major WTO dispute to the US
  • BSNL-MTNL: Finance Ministry turns down DoTs Rs 74,000 crore revival package
  • RBI may go for another rate cut on October 4: Experts
  • Economic slowdown: Central PSUs vow to meet 2019-20 Capex target
  • DHFL lenders led by SBI expected to complete debt resolution plan quickly
  • Telcos war: COAI hopes the industry’s IUC discussion will be reasonable, objective
  • Sri Lanka faults India for setting pepper MIP high