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Board of Authum Investment & Infrastructure approves change in company secretary and compliance officer
Feb 28,2017

Authum Investment & Infrastructure announced that Aakash Kumar Surana the present Company Secretary and Compliance Officer of the Company has resigned with effect from 28 February 2017.

Further, the Board has appointed Vivek Mishra who is holding the prescribed qualification from The Institute of Company Secretaries of India to act as the Company Secretary and Compliance officer of the Company with effect from 01 March 2017 at the Board meeting held 28 February 2017 to perform the duties under the applicable provisions of the Companies Act, and under erstwhile Companies Act, 1956 and any other duties as may be assigned to him from time to time by the Board of Directors of the Company.

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Board of Rajsanket Realty allots NCDs aggregating Rs 60 cr on private placement basis
Feb 28,2017

Rajsanket Realty announced that the Board of Directors of the Company, in their meeting held on 28 February 2017, inter alia, has transacted the following business:

- Approved the allotment of 6000 (Six Thousand) Secured, Unlisted, Redeemable, Non-Convertible Debentures of the Company, having face value of Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rupees One Lakh Only) each, aggregating to Rs. 60,00,00,000/- (Rupees Sixty Crore) on private placement basis.

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Board of Shreejal Info Hubs accepts resignation of director
Feb 28,2017

Shreejal Info Hubs announced that the board of directors met on 28 February 2017 and decided to accept the resignation of Priti Vora as the director of the Company.

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Kingfa Science & Technology (India) approves details on rights issue
Feb 28,2017

Kingfa Science & Technology (India) announced that the Rights Issue Committee of the Company, in its Meeting held on 28 February 2017, inter alia, considered and approved the details pertaining to the issue, for offer of 19,99,893 Equity shares of face value of Rs.10 each at an Issue Price of Rs. 750/- per equity share (including a premium of Rs. 740/-, per equity share) (Rights Equity Shares).

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Outcome of board meeting of Shiva Cement
Feb 28,2017

Shiva Cement announced that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on 28 February 2017 transacted the following -

The Board noted the transfer contemplated by Share Purchase Agreement of 6,94,53,817 equity shares of the Company held by promoters to JSW Cement.

Approved appointment of Manoj Rustagi and Narinder Kahlon as Additional Directors of the Company with effect from 28 February 2017.

Resignation of Akash Gupta and Preeti Gupta as Directors of the Company.

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Board of Mangal Credit & Fincorp appoints director
Feb 28,2017

Mangal Credit & Fincorp announced that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on 28 February 2017 approved appointment of Independent Additional Director Ratish Tawde on the Board.

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Board of Legacy Mercantile approves voluntary delisting from BSE Institutional Trading Platform
Feb 28,2017

Legacy Mercantile announced that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on 28 February 2017 has approved voluntary exit/ delisting of equity shares of the Company from BSE Institutional Trading Platform.

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Nilkanth Engineering to hold EGM
Feb 28,2017

Nilkanth Engineering announced that an Extra Ordinary General Meeting (EGM) of the Company will be held on 24 March 2017 .

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Rupee gains
Feb 28,2017

Rupee closed higher at 66.9300/9325 per dollar on Tuesday (28 February 2017), versus its previous close of 66.94/95 per dollar.

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks tepid ahead of Trump policy speech
Feb 28,2017

Headline equities of Asia Pacific market closed mixed in thin trading on Tuesday, 28 February 2017, as investors awaited a speech by U.S. President Donald Trump for details on tax reform and infrastructure spending later in the global day. Regional investors were also opted sideline ahead of key economic indicators (local and global) schedule to release tomorrow.

Investment sentiment was pressured as investors globally remained cautious ahead of President Trumps address to lawmakers. President Trump will deliver his fiscal budget to Congress on Tuesday evening in Washington. Market watchers will take a wait-and-see attitude for details on tax reform and infrastructure policy, areas where the Trump administration has promised sweeping changes. MSCIs broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan erased earlier modest gains and edged down slightly.

Markets have largely priced in the new administrations policies, including corporate tax reform, infrastructure spending and deregulation, although expectations have moderated on the timing and extent of fiscal stimulus.

Markets have been longing for more detail on Trumps promised stimulus plans to judge if President Trumps really would lift inflation and economic growth, and thus add to the case for higher US interest rates. Such an outcome would tend to boost the US dollar across the board.

Among Asian bourses

Australia Market ends down

Australian equity market finished session down, due to late hour sharp selloff amid worries ahead of Trumps State of the Union address tomorrow. Among key sectors, shares of bullion, metal & mining, resources, and consumer staples complainers witnessed heavy selloff, while energy and utilities stocks registered notable buying. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index dropped 12 points, or 0.21%, of 5,712.20, while the broader All Ordinaries index shed 12.80 points, or 0.22%, to 5,761. For the month of February, the benchmark index gained 1.6%.

Gold stocks were the biggest drag on the materials sector, on caution ahead of President Donald Trumps speech to the U.S. Congress. Investors werent buying gold miners to hedge the risk. Perhaps it was expectations of some big tax cut or fiscal stimulus announcement that will push the odds of a US rate hike even higher. St Barbara shed 11.2% and Resolute Mining tanked 12.3%.

Shares of energy companies inclined, thanks to a big rally in WorleyParsons and gains in the oil price. Benchmark Brent crude was up 0.3% at $US56.11 today, underpinned by high compliance with OPECs production cuts even as the market remains anchored by rising US production. Engineering firm WorleyParsons rallied 32% on news that privately owned Dar Group had bought a 13% stake. Dar, which made a takeover offer in November that WorleyParsons rejected, said it was a strategic investment and that it currently has no plans to launch takeover talks. Oil-and-gas producer AWE climbed 2.1% after the release of first-half results

Electronics retailer Harvey Norman was up 0.6% after reporting a 39% surge in first-half profit on ongoing sales growth.

Cleaning and laundry-services company Spotless sank 14% after releasing an unexpectedly soft profit outlook.

Bellamys shares have come out of a trading halt, rising 4.2% to A$4.45 following the companys extraordinary shareholder meeting. Shareholders voted to remove existing directors Michael Wadley and Charles Sitch at the meeting.

Nikkei ekes out gain

The Japan share market ended in green terrain for the first time in last five market days, thanks to buybacks on a pause in the yens strengthening and a continued Wall Street rally overnight. The Nikkei 225 average closed 11.52 points, or 0.06%, higher at 19,118.99. The Topix, covering all first-section issues, rose 1.32 points, or 0.09%, to close at 1,535.32

Shares of Japanese electronics, industrial and brokerage stocks attracted buying as hawkish comments from Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan boosted Treasury yields and the dollar against the yen overnight. Electronics parts maker Sharp rose 1.8% to 333 yen, Sony shares rose 0.69% to 3,478 yen, construction machinery maker Komatsu gained 1.8% to 2,710.5 yen and Nomura Holdings added 1.2% to 729.3 yen. Uniqlo operator Fast Retailing, a market heavyweight, was up 0.68% to close at 35,490 yen.

Defense-linked companies also rose on speculation of stronger demand following news that President Trump will call for a $20 billion boost in military spending when he addresses Congress. Industrial-machine maker IHI advanced 3.6% to 350 yen and Kawasaki Heavy Industries climbed 1.4% to 353 yen.

Takata fell 0.18% to 552 yen after the airbag maker pleaded guilty to fraud and agreed to pay a billion-dollar fine to settle suits over the defective safety devices.

Toshiba dropped 3.52% to 208.2 yen after Japans Mainichi newspaper reported that the loss-hit conglomerate aims to raise up to 2.5 trillion yen ($22 billion) by selling all of its prized microchip business.Telecom NTT DoCoMo lost 0.76% to finish at 2,667 yen after reports said it will likely get $1.17 billion in compensation from Indias Tata group for liquidating their joint venture.

China Stocks close edge higher

Mainland China stock market closed edge higher in thin trading, as caution over market overheating after a steady run-up in recent months pushed the main index near its late-November peak. Sector performance was mixed, with property, energy, logistics, and delivery companies led the rally, offsetting a drop in steel and liquor stocks. At the close, the blue-chip CSI300 index, which tracks large companies in Shanghai or Shenzhen, was up 0.19% to close at 3,452.81. The Shanghai Composite Index added 0.4% to close at 3,241.73. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on Chinas second exchange, added 0.63% to 2001.32. The ChiNext Index, which tracks Chinas NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, was edge up 0.02% to 1,927.16 points.

SF Express shares jumped 10% in Shenzhen, rising by its daily limit for a fourth straight day. The share ended at 66.8 yuan. The company completed its back-door listing on Friday after buying Shenzhen-listed Maanshan Dingtai Rare Earth & New Material Co.

Zhejiang People Culture, a takeover target of mainland actress Zhao Wei, slumped 10% in Shanghai to 15.2 yuan, as securities regulators announced plans late on Monday to investigate the company.

Jiangsu Ankura Smart Transmission Engineering Technology, a manufacturer of high-voltage connectors and components, jumped by its allowable 44% limit to 35.11 yuan, from an offering price of 24.38 yuan, in debut trade in Shenzhen.

Hong Kong Stocks fall

The Hong Kong stock market closed down for fourth straight session, as caution prevailed in the market ahead of U.S. President Donald Trumps speech before Congress late today. The Hang Seng Index dropped 0.8% or 184.3 points to 23740.73, while the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index eased 0.3% to 10,297.96. Turnover decreased slightly to HK$73.1 billion from HK$74.5 billion on Monday. For February, Hong Kong stocks gained 1.63%, adding to gains in January when the index rallied 6.18%.

Macau casinos shrugged off the weak sentiment, driven by improved earnings. Galaxy Entertainment added 0.3% to HK$37.2 after it posted a 51% rise in 2016 net profit. Sands China was the biggest gainer among the Hang Seng components, rising 1.1% to HK$32.4. SJM Holdings added 0.2% to close at HK$6.4.

Oil prices were little moved but oilfield service providers saw robust buying orders. Jutal Offshore Oil Services (03303) surged 15% to HK$1.73. It has risen for four consecutive days, with a combined gain of 28%.

CLP Holdings, the larger of Hong Kongs two electricity suppliers, gained 1% to HK$79 after it reported stable growth in operating profit on Monday. Nomura is bullish on CLP Holdings (00002) noting its stable earnings and dividend growth. Deutsche Bank also sees a better prospect for the companys Australian business.

China Yuhua Education, which provides private education in China, closed 2% higher in debut trade at HK$ 2.1, after surging as much as 10.7% from its IPO price of HK$2.05 in the morning trading session.

Sensex, Nifty settle at over one-week low

Indian benchmark indices dropped in a volatile session of trade as investors await an address that US President Donald Trump is scheduled to make to Congress in the global day today. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, fell 69.56 points or 0.24% to settle at 28,743.32. The Nifty 50 index fell 17.10 points or 0.19% to settle at 8,879.60. Both the Sensex and the Nifty settled at over one-week low. Private bank stocks saw mixed trend. PSU bank stocks rose. Most realty stocks rose. Shares of public sector oil marketing companies declined. Cement shares saw mixed trend.

State Bank of Travancore rose 0.64%. The bank announced the revision of Marginal Cost of Funds Based Lending Rate (MCLR) from 1 March 2017. The announcement was made before market hours today, 28 February 2017.

BPCL fell 5.42% on turning ex-dividend today, 28 February 2017 for an interim dividend of Rs 19.50 per share for the year ending 31 March 2017 (FY 2017).

Tata Steel rose 0.37% after the company said its first greenfield ferro-chrome plant at Gopalpur has started production. The announcement was made during market hours today, 28 February 2017.

Engineering and construction major L&T rose 0.14%. The company said that its wholly-owned subsidiary, L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE), signed an enterprise framework agreement (EFA) with Shell Global Solutions International B.V., for providing engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services for Shell projects in the Middle East, South East AsIa and India.

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Hong Kong Stocks fall ahead of Trump policy address
Feb 28,2017

The Hong Kong stock market closed down for fourth straight session on Tuesday, 28 February 2017, as caution prevailed in the market ahead of U.S. President Donald Trumps speech before Congress late today. The Hang Seng Index dropped 0.8% or 184.3 points to 23740.73, while the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index eased 0.3% to 10,297.96. Turnover decreased slightly to HK$73.1 billion from HK$74.5 billion on Monday. For February, Hong Kong stocks gained 1.63%, adding to gains in January when the index rallied 6.18%.

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China Stocks close edge higher
Feb 28,2017

Mainland China stock market closed edge higher in thin trading on Tuesday, 28 February 2017, as caution over market overheating after a steady run-up in recent months pushed the main index near its late-November peak. Sector performance was mixed, with property, energy, logistics, and delivery companies led the rally, offsetting a drop in steel and liquor stocks. At the close, the blue-chip CSI300 index, which tracks large companies in Shanghai or Shenzhen, was up 0.19% to close at 3,452.81. The Shanghai Composite Index added 0.4% to close at 3,241.73. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on Chinas second exchange, added 0.63% to 2001.32. The ChiNext Index, which tracks Chinas NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, was edge up 0.02% to 1,927.16 points.

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Nikkei ekes out gain on yen pause
Feb 28,2017

The Japan share market ended in green terrain for the first time in last five market days on Tuesday, 28 February 2017, thanks to buybacks on a pause in the yens strengthening and a continued Wall Street rally overnight. The Nikkei 225 average closed 11.52 points, or 0.06%, higher at 19,118.99. The Topix, covering all first-section issues, rose 1.32 points, or 0.09%, to close at 1,535.32

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Bullion, mining stocks weigh down Australia market
Feb 28,2017

Australian equity market finished session down on Tuesday, 28 February 2017, due to late hour sharp selloff amid worries ahead of Trumps State of the Union address tomorrow. Among key sectors, shares of bullion, metal & mining, resources, and consumer staples complainers witnessed heavy selloff, while energy and utilities stocks registered notable buying. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index dropped 12 points, or 0.21%, of 5,712.20, while the broader All Ordinaries index shed 12.80 points, or 0.22%, to 5,761. For the month of February, the benchmark index gained 1.6%.

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Zee Entertainment Enterprises provides update on sale of Sports Broadcasting Business
Feb 28,2017

Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) and its affiliates have completed the first phase of a two-phase acquisition of the TEN Sports Network from Zee Entertainment Enterprises (ZEE) and its subsidiaries.

The first phase of the transaction inter alia comprising of sale of entire equity share of the Company in Taj-India and transfer of major part of Sports Broadcasting Business of Taj - Mauritius concluded upon receipt of USD 330 million, being consideration of the transaction, by the Company and/or its subsidiaries.

The second phase of the transaction is expected to be concluded within next few months.

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