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TODAY TOP MARKET HEADLINES – 21 JUNE 2017

Following are the major Headlines of the Day Axis Bank to exit from Mswipe Technologies as part of a Rs 200-crore fund-raising from the mobile payments company Reliance Defence signs ammunition pact with Serbia Canara Bank To Sell 8.9% In CARE; Sets Floor Price At Rs 1,500. The stake sale could fetch the bank more

TOP CORPORATE NEWS- 20 Jun 2017

Maruti maintains leadership position in domestic PV market Maruti Suzuki India maintained its leadership position in the domestic passenger vehicle (PV) market in May 2017, with seven of its models ( Alto, Swift, Wagon R, Baleno, Brezza, Ertiga and Dzire) featuring in the top 10 selling brands last month. Tata Motors plans to merge TML

TOP CORPORATE NEWS- 19 JUN 2017

Ashok Leyland unveils ‘intelligent’ emission tech products Ashok Leyland unveils new range of ‘intelligent’ emission tech products aimed at gaining market share; positive read thru. Ashok Leyland has unveiled a range of products based on ‘Intelligent Exhaust Gas Recirculation (iEGR)’ technology aimed to convert the existing inventory into BS IV-compliant vehicles. Hero Motocorp to invest

TODAY TOP MARKET HEADLINES – 19 JUNE 2017

Major Headlines The GST Council on Sunday paved the way for the implementation of the GST starting 1 July, but gave companies more time to file detailed returns for the first two months of July and August. SEBI To Ease FPI Registration Norms, Fast-Track IPO Listings Bad Assets Resolution & NPA: PM’s Office To Review Progress On June 19 DoT asks

Market Outlook for the coming week – 17 JUNE 2017

Market Outlook for the coming week! Ø Macroeconomic data, progress of monsoon rains, trend in global markets, investment by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) and domestic institutional investors (DIIs), the movement of rupee against the dollar and crude oil price movement will dictate trend on the bourses in week ahead. The market may remain range bound

Wall Street dips as Amazon-Whole Foods deal roils retail

US stocks mostly edged lower on Friday as Amazon.com’s USD 13.7 billion deal to buy upscale grocer Whole Foods roiled the retail sector and wounded shares of an array of companies including Wal-Mart and Target. The deal by Amazon, a proven retail disruptor, marked a major step by the internet retailer into the brick-and-mortar retail

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