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Board of Vora Constructions to consider preferential issue of shares
Jan 16,2017

Vora Constructions announced that a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company will be held on 20 January 2017, inter alia, to consider the raising of funds through Preferential Issue of Equity Shares as per Section 62 read with Section 42 of Companies Act, 2013 along with Chapter VII of SEBI (ICDR) Regulations, 2009.

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Board of Gujarat Sidhee Cement to consider Q3 and 9M results
Jan 16,2017

Gujarat Sidhee Cement announced that a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company will be held on 25 January 2017, inter alia, to consider Unaudited Financial Results for the 3rd quarter and nine months ended 31 December 2016.

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Larsen & Toubro to announce Q3 and 9M results
Jan 16,2017

Larsen & Toubro announced that a Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company will be held on 28 January 2017, inter alia, to consider and approve the unaudited financial results of the Company for the quarter and nine month period ended 31 December 2016 (Q3).

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Gujarat Intrux to consider December quarter results
Jan 16,2017

Gujarat Intrux will hold a board meeting of director on 27 January 2017 to consider and take on record the unaudited financial results for the quarter ended 31 December 2016.

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Board of Astra Microwave Products to consider Q3 and 9M results
Jan 16,2017

Astra Microwave Products announced that the Companys Board of Directors meeting will be held on 30 January 2017, inter-alia to consider and approve Un-Audited financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended 31 December 2016.

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Board of Pradeep Metals to consider Q3 and 9M results
Jan 16,2017

Pradeep Metals announced that a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company is scheduled to be held on 24 January 2017, inter alia, to consider, approve and take on record the Standalone Unaudited Financial Results of the Company for the Quarter / Nine Months ended 31 December 2016.

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Vaarad Ventures Board to consider December quarter results
Jan 16,2017

Vaarad Ventures announced that the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company will be held on 10 February 2017, to consider The Un-Audited Financial Results of the Company for the Quarter and Nine Months ended on 31 December 2016.

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MPS to announce December quarter results
Jan 16,2017

MPS announced that a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company will be held on 25 January 2017 to, inter alia, consider and approve Un-Audited Financial Results (Standalone and Consolidated) for the quarter and nine months ended 31 December 2016.

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks fall amid Hard Brexit woes
Jan 16,2017

Asia Pacific share market closed down on Monday, 16 January 2017, partly due to concerns over the impact of Britains exit from the European Union and China 2017 growth prospects following comments by the premier and official estimates suggesting slowing economic growth in big cities.

Investors risk sentiments turned downbeat after media reports that UK Prime Minister Theresa May would use a speech on Tuesday to signal plans for a n++hard Brexit.

Investors worries about a hard Brexit scenario rekindled after media reports that UK Prime Minister Theresa May would use a speech on Tuesday to signal plans for a n++hard Brexit. In her speech on Tuesday, Ms. May is expected to elaborate on the U.Ks priorities in negotiations over its exit from the European Union. Several British newspapers reported that Ms. May will emphasize that the U.K will leave the EUs single market to regain control of immigration policy.

In remarks reported by Chinas state media on Sunday, Premier Li Keqiang said Chinas economy will face more pressure and problems in 2017, with changes in global politics and challenges to economic rules adding to uncertainty. Official estimates issued on Friday said economic growth in some of the largest cities was expected to have slowed in 2016 and would continue to decelerate in 2017.

Among Asian bourses

Australia Market climbs as miners rally

Australian share market closed higher, boosted by materials and resources stocks, thanks to rise in iron ore and base metal prices. At the closing bell, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index inclined 27.30 points, or 0.48%, to 5748.40, while the broader All Ordinaries index added 26.20 points, or 0.45%, to close at 5803.

Shares of financial sector showed strong positive movement, with the four big banks leading rally. Among major banks, Australia & New Zealand Banking Group added 0.4% to A$30.79, Westpac 0.5% to A$33.06, National Australia Bank 0.1% to A$31.13, and Commonwealth Bank of Australia 0.3% to A$84.09.

Materials and resources shares closed higher after iron ore futures in China soared as much as 8% to a three-year high on Monday, powered by strong gains in steel prices. Copper prices rose, extending gains from last week on the back of strong economic data from the United States and China. Rio Tinto added 1.8% to A$63.22 and Fortescue Metals 2.9% to A$6.34. BHP Billiton jumped 1.7% to A$26.77. Copper miner OZ Minerals soared as much as 3.3% to hit a 4-1/2 year high. Gold Miners Newcrest Mining rose 2.1% to A$21.60.

DUET Group rose 5.4% to finish at a more than eight year-high after it agreed to recommend an increased $5.51 billion bid from a consortium led by Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings.

Nikki falls on yen strength, British exit woes

The Japan share market closed down, as risk aversion selloff triggered by yen ascent to around 114 per greenback amid fresh concerns over Britains upcoming exit from the European Union. The 225-issue Nikkei average lost 192.04 points, or 1.00%, to close at 19,095.24. The Topix index of all first-section issues finished down 14.25 points, or 0.92%, at 1,530.64.

Stocks of Japanese exporters were hardest hit, with automakers Toyota, Mazda and Fuji Heavy, semiconductor-related Advantest and Tokyo Electron, and Alps Electric being major losers, after the yen strengthened against the greenback. The yens rise came as investor anxieties grew over a so-called hard Brexit, or Britains exit from the European Union with border controls prioritized over access to the EU market, following media reports that British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to show such a policy in a speech on Tuesday. A stronger yen hurts Japanese exporters as it makes their products more expensive abroad and reduces the value of repatriated profits.

Oil companies JX Holdings, Inpex, Japan Petroleum Exploration, Showa Shell Sekiyu and TonenGeneral Sekiyu were downbeat due to a fall in New York crude oil prices on Friday.

Japan Post Holdings dived 4.9% on reports that the Japanese Ministry of Finance plans to additionally sell shares worth up to 1.4 trillion yen in the company this summer at the earliest.

Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal lost 4.14% after the company said Friday that it is likely to take about eight months to restart steel plate production at its steelworks in the city of Oita following a fire there on Jan. 5.

China Stocks falls for fifth day

Mainland China stock market ended down for fifth straight session, weighed down by heavy losses in small cap stocks amid anxiety over liquidity squeeze in the financial system after faster approvals for initial public offerings (IPO) and increasing issuance of additional shares by listed companies. Risk sentiments were also downbeat on growing uncertainty about 2017 growth prospects following comments by the premier and official estimates suggesting slowing economic growth in big cities. Most of sectors lost ground, led down by properties and consumer shares. The blue-chip CSI300 index, which tracks large companies in Shanghai or Shenzhen, edged down 0.01% to close at 3,319.45. The Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.3% to close at 3,103.43. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on Chinas second exchange, dropped 3.62% to 1851.41. The ChiNext Index, which tracks Chinas NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, shed 3.64% to 1,830.85 points.

The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) approved 131 new IPOs in the last quarter of 2016, up sharply from the 28 it approved in the last three months of 2015. There were 45 IPOs on Chinas exchanges last month alone, the most since 1997.

In remarks reported by state media on Sunday, Premier Li Keqiang said Chinas economy will face more pressure and problems in 2017, with changes in global politics and challenges to economic rules adding to uncertainty. Official estimates issued on Friday said economic growth in some of the largest cities was expected to have slowed in 2016 and would continue to decelerate in 2017.

Most sectors lost ground, led by properties and consumer shares. Nearly 100 smaller-cap stocks tumbled 10%, the maximum allowed.

Sunac China Holdings slumped 8.1% after it announced a plan to invest $2.2 billion in three companies affiliated with Chinese tech tycoon Jia Yuetings LeEco empire

Hong Kong Stocks fall on hard Brexit woes

The Hong Kong stock market ended lower, dragged down by tracking drop in Mainland China stocks and on concerns over the impact of Britains exit from the European Union. Nearly all sectors on the Hong Kong bourse lost ground, with telecommunication firms and oil majors that had rallied earlier on restructuring hopes corrected under profit-taking pressure.

The Hang Seng Index declined 0.96% or 219.23 points to close at 22,718.15. The Hang Seng China Enterprises index, or the H-share index, fell 1.24% or 121.25 points to 9,666.09. Turnover was largely unchanged from Friday at HK$56.8 billion.

Cathay Pacific (00293) put on 3% to HK$10.86 on reports that the carrier may announce job cuts and cost-saving plans. It became the biggest blue-chip gainer. Mengniu Dairy (02319) was the largest blue-chip loser, falling 2.8% to HK$14.66.

Companies with European exposure ended lower after UK media speculated that May may announce hard Brexit. Theresa May, the Prime Minister for the UK, is scheduled to deliver speeach regarding Brexit tomorrow. CKH Holdings (00001) slipped 1.6% to HK$90.6. HSBC (00005) dipped 1.3% to HK$63.2.

Property developer Sunac China dived as much as 10% and closed lower by 8.1%% at HK$6.7, after the company announced its plans to invest 15 billion yuan in the troubled technology company LeEco.

Power Assets Holdings jumped 2.8% to HK$72.5, and Cheung Kong Infrastructure gained 1% to HK$61.55, after a consortium comprising Li Ka-shings Cheung Kong Property, Cheung Kong Infrastructure and Power Assets announced a plan to acquire Duet Group in Australia for HK$43 billion.

HKT Trust (06823) surged 9.5% to HK$10.4 after it reported net profit of HK$4.9bn, up 24% year-on-year. It declared final distribution per share of 34.76 HK cents. The stock surged 9.5% to HK$10.4.

Sensex, Nifty settle at highest level in 9-1/2 weeks

Indian benchmark indices settled with small gains, shrugging off weak trend in global stocks as domestic data showing fall in trade deficit in December extended support amid another data showing slight rise in wholesale inflation. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, rose 50.11 points or 0.18% to settle at 27,288.17. The Nifty 50 index gained 12.45 points or 0.15% to settle at 8,412.80.

In sectoral trends, bank stocks edged higher. Metal & mining stocks gained on renewed buying. IT stocks edged lower.

Among stock specific action, private sector lender Axis Bank advanced after the bank announced the cut in Marginal Cost of Funds based Lending Rates (MCLR) by 65-70 basis points across the various tenures with effect from 18 January 2017. Software major Infosys extended previous trading sessions decline triggered by the company lowering the upper band for revenue growth guidance in constant currency terms for the current financial year (FY 2017). Automobile major Tata Motors advanced after a foreign brokerage reportedly raised target price on the stock to Rs 650 from Rs 585 earlier on likely significant improvement in both Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and India businesses.

Elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region: New Zealands NZX50 was up 0.45% to 7069.59. South Koreas KOSPI index shed 0.6% to 2064.17. Taiwans Taiex index eased 0.9% to 9292.33. Malaysias KLCI dropped 0.8% to 1658.84. Indonesias Jakarta Composite index fell 0.1% to 5270. Singapores Straits Times index shed 0.4% to 3013.12.

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Nikki falls on yen strength, British exit woes
Jan 16,2017

The Japan share market closed down on Monday, 16 January 2017, as risk aversion selloff triggered by yen ascent to around 114 per greenback amid fresh concerns over Britains upcoming exit from the European Union. The 225-issue Nikkei average lost 192.04 points, or 1.00%, to close at 19,095.24. The Topix index of all first-section issues finished down 14.25 points, or 0.92%, at 1,530.64.

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Blue Blends (India) allots 11,83,800 equity shares
Jan 16,2017

Blue Blends (India) has issued and allotted 11,83,800 Equity shares of Rs. 10/- each for cash at a price of Rs. 72/- each (including premium of Rs. 12/- each) through preferential issue as approved by the shareholders in the Extra Ordinary General Meeting held on 13 February 2016.

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Australia Market climbs as miners rally
Jan 16,2017

Australian share market closed higher on Monday, 16 January 2017, boosted by materials and resources stocks, thanks to rise in iron ore and base metal prices. At the closing bell, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index inclined 27.30 points, or 0.48%, to 5748.40, while the broader All Ordinaries index added 26.20 points, or 0.45%, to close at 5803.

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FPIs step-up selling
Jan 16,2017

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold stocks worth a net Rs 103.30 crore into the secondary equity markets on 13 January 2017, higher than their net outflow of Rs 2.98 crore during the preceding trading session on 12 January 2017. The net outflow of Rs 103.30 crore on 13 January 2017 was a result of gross purchases of Rs 3237.72 crore and gross sales of Rs 3341.02 crore. On that day, the Sensex fell 9.10 points or 0.03% to settle at 27,238.06, its lowest closing level since 11 January 2017.

There was a net inflow of Rs 0.20 crore into the category primary market & others on 13 January 2017, which was a result of gross purchases of Rs 0.20 crore and nil gross sales.

FPIs have sold stocks worth a net Rs 3744.81 crore in January 2017 so far (till 13 January 2017). They had sold stocks worth a net Rs 8960.36 crore into the secondary equity markets in December 2016. FPIs had purchased shares worth a net Rs 12094.42 crore from the secondary equity markets in calendar year 2016.

There has been a net outflow of Rs 167 crore from FPIs from the category primary market & others in January 2017 so far (till 13 January 2017). There was a net inflow of Rs 784.07 crore from FPIs into the category primary market & others in December 2016. The net inflow from FPIs into category primary markets & others had totaled Rs 8471.76 crore in calendar year 2016.

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Bhel commissions 500 MW II unit of Sagardighi Thermal Power Station Phase II project
Jan 16,2017

Bharat Heavy Electrical has commissioned another 500 MW thermal unit in the State of West Bengal. The unit was the second 500 MW set to be commissioned at Sagardighi Thermal Power Station Phase II project in Musrshidabad district in West Bengal. The project is being set up by the state owned West Bengal Power Development Corporation.

The first unit of the 1000 MW project was commissioned earlier by Bhel in December 2015.

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Board of Aayush Food And Herbs to consider resignation of directors
Jan 16,2017

Aayush Food And Herbs has received letters of resignation effective from 24 January 2017 from the Directors of the Company, namely- Ashish Mittal - Managing Director, Sunil Mittal - Director and Neena Mittal - Director due to their pre-occupations.

In this regard, the Board shall conduct a meeting on 24 January 2017 to consider and take note of the same.

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