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Universal Arts announces resignation of director
Dec 09,2016

Universal Arts announced that Sandeep Poddar, Non-executive Director of the Company has resigned from the Board of Directors of the Company.

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Board of BLS International Services to approve notice for EGM
Dec 09,2016

BLS International Services announced that a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company will be held on 19 December 2016 to consider and approve inter-alia, the following Agenda items:

1. Approval of Notice for calling Extra Ordinary General Meeting of the Company.

2. Acceptance of Resignation of Dheeraj Sharma from the post of Chief Financial Officer of the Company.3. Appointment of Mr. Mukul Harmilapi for the post of Chief Financial Officer of the Company.

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Board of Simplex Projects appoints company secretary
Dec 09,2016

The Board of Directors of Simplex Projects at its meeting held on 09 December 2016 has appointed Abirlal Dasgupta as Company Secretary and Compliance Officer of the Company with effect from 16 December 2016.

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Board of Jainco Projects (India) to consider resignation of director
Dec 09,2016

Jainco Projects (India) announced that the meeting of Board of Directors of the company will be held on 15 December 2016, to transact the following business:

1. To consider and approve the resignation of Sushil Kumar Bhansali.

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Board of Captain Polyplast considers listing of shares on NSE
Dec 09,2016

Captain Polyplast announced that the Board of Directors at its meeting held on 09 December 2016, inter-alia, has considered the following:

- To list the equity share capital of the Company on the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE).

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Dhunseri Petrochem appoints directors
Dec 09,2016

Dhunseri Petrochem announced that Aruna Dhanuka and. Bharat Jhaver have been appointed as the Directors of the Company at the meeting of the Board of Directors held on 09 December 2016.

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Board of Source Natural Foods & Herbal Supplements appoints CFO
Dec 09,2016

Source Natural Foods & Herbal Supplements announced that the Board of Directors of the company at its meeting held on 09 December 2016 approved the appointment of Ravi Shankar G V as the CFO of the Company with effect from 05 December 2016.

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks end mostly higher
Dec 09,2016

Asia Pacific share market mostly inclined on Friday, 09 December 2016, on tracking another strong day on Wall Street, where the main equity benchmarks rose to record highs Thursday on optimism that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will unveil growth-spurring fiscal policies, including tax cuts. Also, the European Central Banks decision to extend its debt-buying programme helped to underpin risk sentiments.

U.S stocks hit new records overnight on expectations U.S. President-elect Donald Trumps economic policies would help support growth and inflation in the worlds largest economy.

The ECB trimmed back its asset buys in a surprise move on Thursday but promised protracted stimulus to aid a still fragile recovery, and dismissed any talk of tapering the programme away. The ECB said it would reduce its monthly asset buys to 60 billion euros ($63.68 billion) as of April, from the current 80 billion euros, and extend purchases to December from March - three months longer than what some analysts had forecast. That dragged down two-year yields across Europe and sharply steepened the yield curve, a gift for banks that typically borrow short maturities and lend long. The promise of lower rates for longer was taken as a green light for carry trades, where investors borrow euros at cheap rates to invest in higher yielding currencies. ECB President Mario Draghi said the unexpected move was not an outright winding-down of the central banks quantitative easing (QE) program, and the central bank reserved the right to increase the size of purchases again if the eurozone economy falters. The ECBs bond purchase changes came less than a week before the Federal Reserves policy meeting next Tuesday and Wednesday.

Investors focus will now turn to next weeks the Federal Open Market Committee meeting, during which the U.S. central bank is expected to raise rates. The market will focus on how aggressively the Fed will further tighten policy in coming quarters to keep the economy from overheating.

Oil built on its gains after rebounding overnight on growing optimism that non-OPEC producers might follow the cartels lead by agreeing to cut output. U.S. crude added 0.7% to $51.18 a barrel. Brent crude rose 0.3% to $54.06.

Spot gold was down slightly at $1,170.03 an ounce and was set for a weekly decline of about 0.6%, pressured by the stronger U.S. dollar and expectations that the Fed will raise interest rates next week.

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Australia Market ends at 4-month high

Australian share market closed session at four month peak today, with financials and energy players added leading gains. At the closing bell, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index advanced 17 points, or 0.31%, to 5560.60, while the broader All Ordinaries index inclined 16.80 points, or 0.3%, to close at 5615.80.

Energy stocks were ahead as crude oil prices steady on Friday, holding onto the previous sessions gains on optimism that non-Opec producers might agree to cut output. Woodside Petroleum rose 2.4% to A$30.59 and Origin Energy gained 1.6% to A$6.55.

Metals and mining stocks reversed early gains to close lower after China iron ore and steel futures ran in to profit taking after a six-day rally. Rio Tinto fell 0.1% to A$62.65 and BHP ended down 0.2% to A$25.98. Fortescue shed 0.2% to A$6.68.

Nikkei attains new 2016 high

The Japan share market inclined to a new 2016 high today, on tracking positive lead from Wall Street overnight and yen depreciation to 115 level against greenback. The Nikkei Stock Average rose 230.90 points, or 1.2%, to 18996.37, the highest level since Dec. 30 2015. The Nikkei rose 3.1% this week. The Topix index of all first-section issues finished up 12.67 points, or 0.84%, at 1,525.36.

Shares of banks and financials gained on speculation for U.S. fiscal stimulus and a higher yield environment. Japanese government bond yields rose after the European Central Banks decision Thursday to extend but scale back its monthly stimulus. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. gained 2.2% to 762.8 yen. Nomura Holdings Inc. rose 4.8% to Y770.6.

Energy stocks advanced after crude oil closed above $50 a barrel Thursday, as market participants turned their attention to a planned meeting between OPEC and non-OPEC producers to discuss coordinating production cuts. Oil explorer Inpex Corp. rose 4.1% to Y1,248.0. Oil distributor Idemitsu Kosan Co. gained 5.3% to Y3,130.

China Stocks end stronger

Mainland China stock market ended stronger, after official data released today showing that Chinas producer prices rose at the fastest pace in over five years in November (up.3% year on year in November, its biggest rise since October 2011). Chinas consumer prices also rose 2.3% year on year in November, accelerating from a 2.1% gain in October. The fast increase in producer prices suggests an improved demand in the macro-economy and better corporate performance. Most sectors in the mainland rose, with banks leading the gains. The Shanghai Composite Index added 0.54%, to 3,232.88, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on Chinas second exchange, declined 0.35% to 2,070.01. The ChiNext Index, which tracks Chinas NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, fell 0.7% to close at 2,099.89 points. For the week, the Shanghai Composite Index dipped 0.34%.

Shares of banks and infrastructure companies were biggest contributor to the market gains, with China State Construction Engineering Corp jumping 8.71% to 10.11 yuan and Bank of Communications, the countrys fifth-biggest lender, rising 4.24% to 6.15 yuan.

Casinos drag on Hong Kong stocks

The Hong Kong stock market finished down for the first time in last four sessions, with Macau gaming counters leading retreat after a report that China was restricting cash withdrawals in Macau amid efforts to control capital outflows. The Hang Seng Index ended down 0.44%, or 100.86 points, to 22,760.98, while the Hang Seng China Enterprises index declined 0.29%, or 28.87 points, to 9,867.95. Turnover increased to HK$76.4 billion from HK$73.5 billion on Thursday. For the week, Hang Seng index still rose 0.9%.

Shares of casino operators including tumbled after a report that Macau was preparing to halve the amount of cash China UnionPay card holders can withdraw from ATM machines. The shares clawed back some of their losses after China UnionPay dismissed cash-curb reports. Galaxy Entertainment (00027) slipped 7% to HK$35. Sands China (01928) plunged 7.9% to HK$34.55. Melco International (00200) dived 10.4% to HK$11.22. Wynn Macau (01128) declined 7% to HK$13.1.

Nifty hits 4-weeks closing high

Key benchmark indices ended on a positive note after hovering in narrow range for most part of the session. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, rose 52.90 points or 0.20% to settle at 26,747.18. The Nifty 50 index rose 14.90 points or 0.18% to settle at 8,261.75. The Sensex hits its highest closing level in more than two weeks. The Nifty hits its highest closing level in four weeks.

Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) fell 1.43% to Rs 1,189.10. The company said it will be undertaking scheduled maintenance shutdown at some of its automotive and tractor plants in December 2016. It will also observe on need basis few days as no production days at some of its automotive/tractor plants including Chakan plant of its wholly-owned subsidiary Mahindra Vehicle Manufacturers as part of its efforts to optimize inventories during December year-end. The management does not envisage any adverse impact on the availability of products in the market due to adequacy of stocks to serve the market requirements.

Elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region: New Zealands NZX50 shed 0.3% to 6893.30. Indonesias Jakarta Composite index added 0.1% to 5308.13. Taiwans Taiex grew 0.2% to 9392.68. South Koreas KOSPI index was down 0.3% to 2024.69. Malaysias KLCI slipped 0.1% to 1641.42. Singapores Straits Times index fell 0.1% to 2956.13.

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Rabi crops sowing crosses 472 lakh hectares
Dec 09,2016

As per preliminary reports received from the States, the total area sown under Rabi crops as on 09 December 2016 stands at 472.43 lakh hectares as compared to 438.90 lakh hectare this time in 2015.

Wheat has been sown/transplanted in 225.63 lakh hectares as on 09 December 2016 compared with 202.28 lakh hectares sown same time of last year. The area under pulses crops was higher at 121.74 lakh hectares against 110.80 lakh hectares a year ago. The area under oilseeds crops has also moved up to 72.23 lakh hectares against 65.71 lakh hectares.

However, the area under rice was lower at 8.00 lakh hectares as on 09 December 2016 compared with 10.98 lakh hectares sown same time last year. The coarse cereals crops have also exhibited lower coverage of 44.83 lakh hectares compared with the last years coverage of 49.13 lakh hectares.

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Australia Market ends at 4-month high
Dec 09,2016

Australian share market closed session at four month peak on Friday, 09 December 2016, with financials and energy players added leading gains. At the closing bell, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index advanced 17 points, or 0.31%, to 5560.60, while the broader All Ordinaries index inclined 16.80 points, or 0.3%, to close at 5615.80.

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Nikkei attains new 2016 high
Dec 09,2016

The Japan share market inclined to a new 2016 high on Friday, 09 December 2016, on tracking positive lead from Wall Street overnight and yen depreciation to 115 level against greenback. The Nikkei Stock Average rose 230.90 points, or 1.2%, to 18996.37, the highest level since Dec. 30 2015. The Nikkei rose 3.1% this week. The Topix index of all first-section issues finished up 12.67 points, or 0.84%, at 1,525.36.

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Casinos drag on Hong Kong stocks
Dec 09,2016

The Hong Kong stock market finished down for the first time in last four sessions on Friday, 09 December 2016, with Macau gaming counters leading retreat after a report that China was restricting cash withdrawals in Macau amid efforts to control capital outflows. The Hang Seng Index ended down 0.44%, or 100.86 points, to 22,760.98, while the Hang Seng China Enterprises index declined 0.29%, or 28.87 points, to 9,867.95. Turnover increased to HK$76.4 billion from HK$73.5 billion on Thursday. For the week, Hang Seng index still rose 0.9%.Shares of casino operators including tumbled after a report that Macau was preparing to halve the amount of cash China UnionPay card holders can withdraw from ATM machines. The shares clawed back some of their losses after China UnionPay dismissed cash-curb reports. Galaxy Entertainment (00027) slipped 7% to HK$35. Sands China (01928) plunged 7.9% to HK$34.55. Melco International (00200) dived 10.4% to HK$11.22. Wynn Macau (01128) declined 7% to HK$13.1.

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Direct tax collections rise 15.1% in April- November 2016
Dec 09,2016

The figures for direct tax collections up to November 2016 show that net collections are at Rs 4.12 lakh crore which is 15.12% more than the net collections for the corresponding period last year. Till November 2016, 48.67% of the Budget Estimates of direct taxes for FY 2016-17 has been achieved.

As regards the growth rates for Corporate Income Tax (CIT) and Personal Income Tax (PIT), in terms of gross revenue collections, the growth rate under CIT is 11.22% while that under PIT (including STT) is 22.41%. However, after adjusting for refunds, the net growth in CIT collections is 8.75% while that in PIT collections is 23.89%. Refunds amounting to Rs 105561 crore have been issued during April-November, 2016, which is 17.35% higher than the refunds issued during the corresponding period last year

The figures for indirect tax collections (Central Excise, Service Tax and Customs) up to November 2016 show that net revenue collections are at Rs 5.52 lakh crore, which is 26.2% more than the net collections for the corresponding period last year. Till November 2016, 71.1% of the Budget Estimates of indirect taxes for Financial Year 2016-17 has been achieved.

As regards Central Excise, net tax collections stood at Rs 2.43 lakh crore during April-November, 2016 as compared to Rs.1.69 lakh crore during the corresponding period in the previous Financial Year, thereby registering a growth of 43.5%.

Net Tax collections on account of Service Tax during April-November, 2016 stood at Rs 1.60 lakh crore as compared to Rs.1.27 lakh crore during the corresponding period in the previous Financial Year, thereby registering a growth of 25.7%.

Net Tax collections on account of Customs during April-November 2016 stood at Rs 1.48 lakh crore as compared to Rs 1.40 lakh crore during the same period in the previous Financial Year, thereby registering a growth of 5.6%.

During November 2016, the net indirect tax (with ARM) grew at the rate of 23.1% compared to corresponding month last year. The growth rate in net collection for Customs, Central Excise and Service Tax was 16.1%, 33.7% and 15.5% respectively during the month of November, 2016, compared to the corresponding month last year. However, the total indirect tax collection (with ARM) for the month of November 2016 showed a decline of 13.9% over October 2016 figures.

The net indirect tax collection up-to November, 2016 shows a growth of 26.2% (with ARM) and 8.0% (without ARM) over the corresponding period of previous year. This growth rate up-to October, 2016 was 26.7% (with ARM) and 8.0 % (without ARM).

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Indias industrial production declines 1.9% in October 2016
Dec 09,2016

Indias industrial production declined 1.9% in October 2016 over October 2015, against strong 9.9% growth recorded in October 2016. The manufacturing sectors production declined 2.4%, while mining output also fell 1.1%, contributing to the decline in industrial production. However, electricity generation rose at moderate pace of 1.1% in October 2016.

The growth of IIP and the manufacturing sector continued to be affected by the sharp plunge in output of rubber- insulated cables (that carry a marginal weight in the IIP), excluding which the IIP grew 2% in October 2016.

As per the use-based classification, the basic goods output improved 4.1% in October 2016 over a year ago, while the output of intermediate goods moved up 2.9%. However, the consumer goods output declined 1.6%, while that of capital goods continued to record sharp decline of 25.9% in October 2016. Within consumer goods, the production of consumer durables rose 0.2%, while that of consumer non-durables declined 3% in October 2016.

The IIP growth in September 2016 has been revised marginally downwards to 0.67% in the first revision compared with 0.73% reported provisionally. Meanwhile, the growth in June 2016 has also been revised marginally downwards to (-) 2.55% at the final revision from first revision of (-) 2.49% and (-) 2.44% reported provisionally.

In terms of industries, twelve out of the twenty two industry groups in the manufacturing sector have shown negative growth during the month of October 2016 as compared to the corresponding month of the previous year. The industry group Electrical machinery & apparatus has shown the highest negative growth of (-) 58.3% followed by (-) 29.5% in Office, accounting and computing machinery and (-) 12.3% in Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture; articles of straw & plating materials.

On the other hand, Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel has shown the highest positive growth of 18.4% followed by 7.9% in Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers and 7.7% in Basic metals.

Some important items showing high negative growth during the current month over the same month in previous year include Cable, Rubber Insulated (-) 92.9%, H R Sheets (-) 44.1%, Woollen Carpets (-) 41.9%, Sugar Machinery (-) 36.4%, Leather Garments (-) 29.0%, Kerosene (-) 27.0%, Boilers (-) 23.8% and Aluminium wires and extrusions (-) 21.3% .

Some important items that have registered high positive growth include Ship building and repairs (87.5%), Electric Sheets (72.7%), Aviation Turbine Fuel (54.4%), H R Coils/ Skelp (48.6%), Plastic Machinery including Moulding Machinery (48.0%), Furnace Oil (44.7%), Instant Food Mixes (Ready to eat) (40.4%), Petroleum Coke (28.8%), Naphtha (27.2%), Liquid Petroleum Gas (22.3%) and Petrol (22.2%).

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Board of Mercator approves sale of Floating Production Unit of Mercator Offshore
Dec 09,2016

Mercator announced that the Board of Directors at its meeting held on 09 December 2016 approved the sale of Floating Production Unit of Mercator Offshore, a step down subsidiary of the Company for a consideration of not less than USD 76,000,000 to Oriental Energy Resources, Nigeria.

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