15th June 2018


  • NITI Aayog sees India headed for an aqua-collapse – Worst water crisis ahead
  • Norms for EVs, alternative-fuel vehicles coming soon
  • SEBI considers capping tenure of Bourses’ CEOs
  • Fuel spike pushes WPI to 14 month high
  • Justice Srikrishna to probe ICICI Bank conflict charges
  • Corporate war stalls Navy’s Rs 20 K Cr project
  • Centre rejects Niti’s disinvestment plan
  • Sebi liberalises shareholding caps for bourses
  • WPI Inflation touches 14 month high in May
  • Big audit cos. Ease targets for partners: FMCG cos. should down rates on GST cut
  • Power sector insolvency meet on June 21st
  • India may seek exemption from US to buy oil from Iran despite sanctions
  • Bitter blow: Sugar recontrolled: quota system back for 528 mills.
  • Tax collections: CBIC field staff miffed by Adhia’s critique
  • Railway Sheds may become privately-managed freight terminals
  • Gadkari to deliberate on highway project funding with bank Chiefs.
  • EV demand to help power utilities earn $ 11 Bn in revenue
  • Tata-Singapore Airlines Vistara inducts 21st plane, eligible for Intl’ operations
  • It’s not just the CAD, even the BoP looks shaky. Slow FDI/FPI inflow.
  • Maruti discontinues diesel variants of the Ignis due to low demand
  • China’s economy is slowing just as Trump readies a trade beating
  • ECB to end bond buys, keep rates steady till summer 2019
  • CP, CD rates cool off after change in liquidity rules
  • Rupee gains 3 P despite CAD woes, hawkish Fed rate hike
  • NSE could get listed in FY 19, says CEO Limaye
  • Stocks snap 3 day rally, sensex falls 139 pts on 14th.
  • IPO: Fine Organics sets price band at Rs 780- 783 per share
  • Indian firms raise nearly Rs 1900 cr in April 2018
  • Sebi imposes Rs 2 Lakh fine on two listed cos. for SCORES violation:
  • Sebi plans revised norms for recovery of investors’ money
  • LIC posts 16 % annual premium growth in May, beats industry
  • Govt ups import duty on non-palm oils by 5- 10 %
  • Vegetable oil imports decline 7 % in May
  • Cotton exports likely to rise 43 % in 2018-19
  • China’s steel production jumps to record high. Gold falls on muted demand.
  • India’s shrimp exports to US seen robust: Fortis scraps plan to merge with SRL.

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