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Board of Welspun Enterprises approves buyback of shares
Dec 22,2016

Welspun Enterprises announced that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on 22 December 2016 approved the buyback of company of fully paid equity shares of Rs 10 each not exceeding 4,35,10,133 equity shares at a price of Rs 62 per share for an aggregate amount of Rs 269.76 crore.

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PCS Technology sells Laboratary Information Management System
Dec 22,2016

PCS Technology announced that the Company has entered into an Agreement with Medprecinct Solutions on 21 December 2016 for sale of its Product Laboratary Information Management System (LIMS) along with its registered Copyrights for consideration of Rs.1.25 crore.

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Rupee drops
Dec 22,2016

Rupee closed lower at 67.9697/9850 per dollar on Thursday (22 December 2016), versus its previous close of 67.9178/9330 per dollar.

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Tirupati Industries (India) intimates of damage of stock
Dec 22,2016

Tirupati Industries (India) announced that a failure in the process flow at the Companys plant located at Dheku has resulted in the spoilage of material and contamination of stock.

The Company is assessing the damage and possibility of recovery or loss reduction. The intimation of potential loss will be submitted once the assessment is completed.

The intimation is to put on record the material event that may have adverse impact on the Companys financial performance.

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Wipro recognised as Leader among BPM Service Providers
Dec 22,2016

Wipro announced that it has been named a Leader by global research and advisory firm Forrester Research Inc. in its report, The Forrester Wave : BPM Service Providers, Q4 2016.

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks softer on weak global cues
Dec 22,2016

Asia Pacific share market mostly down on Thursday, 22 December 2016, mirroring the fall of US stocks overnight and softer crude oil prices. Risk sentiments were also downbeat on caution ahead of the release of U.S. economic data later in the day. MSCIs broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan erased modest early gains to slip 0.7% as of 0935 GMT.

Investors are waiting for a range of economic indicators, including the third revision of U.S. third-quarter gross domestic product, to gauge the strength of the worlds largest economy. Durable goods orders for November and weekly initial jobless claims are also scheduled to be released.

Among Asian bourses

Nikkei falls on profit taking

The Japan share market declined, as profit taking continued on tracking the fall of US stocks overnight as well as lower oil prices. The 225-issue Nikkei average shed 16.82 points, or 0.09%, to end at 19,427.67. The broader Topix index of all first-section issues fell 0.07%, or 1.12 points, to 1,543.82. For the week, Nikkei average was up 0.13% while the Topix index fell 0.44%. Financial markets are closed on Friday or a national holiday.

Financials faced fresh pressure as Italys ailing banking sector buckles under billions of dollars of bad loans, which many fear could collapse, sending shockwaves through global markets. Even the Italian parliaments approval of a 20 billion euro ($20.9 billion) support package was not enough to soothe nerves. In Tokyo, banking giant Mitsubishi UFJ Financial fell 0.49% to 745.3 yen while Sumitomo Mitsui Financial sank 0.69% to 4,603 yen.

Exporters were mixed on following the falls in the key U.S. market gauges. Japan Display declined 4.64% to 349 yen, while NEC was down 1.90% at 309 yen and Olympus lost 5.07% to end at 3,925 yen. But Honda rose 1.21% to 3,570 yen after it said it was in talks with a Google spin-off to jointly develop self-driving technology.

Australia Market extends gain for fourth day

Australian share market finished session at a new high for 2016 today, as the banks continue to find buyers, offsetting losses in healthcare stocks, with local investors shrugging off a fall in Wall St futures. The S&P/ASX 200 index entered its fourth straight day of gains, up 0.38%, or 21.12 points, at 5,634.47. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 566 to 426 and 315 ended unchanged. The S&P/ASX 200 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, was down 3.01% to 10.217 a new 52-week low.

Financial stocks, which have been beneficiaries of the rally sparked by Donald Trumps election as US President, led the gains with the benchmark financial index up for a fifth straight, hovering around over 16-month highs. The big four banks powered the days gains. Commonwealth Bank closed 60 cents higher at A$82.69, ANZ rose 42 cents to A$30.72, National Australia Bank gained 24 cents to A$30.80 and Westpac advanced 20 cents to A$32.68.

Sentiment was also buoyed by iron ore recovering from its 5-day slide, ending higher on Wednesday and copper holding steady on the London Metal Exchange. Fortescue Metals, which has had a phenomenal run this year, gained 1.9% while Rio Tinto rose 0.7%. However, BHP Billiton, which has significant oil exposure, shed 1.4% as oil prices fell on Wednesday on news of rising crude inventories in the United States and Libya expecting to boost production.

Oil and gas producers were mixed after global oil prices fell overnight on news Libya plans to boost oil production and US crude oil inventories showed a surprised lift its stockpiles. Brent crude oil dropped 1.6% to $US54.49 a barrel. Woodside Petroleum rose 36 cents to A$31.40, Oil Search climbed 5 cents to A$6.93, while Santos eased 5 cents to A$3.92. Fuel retailer and supplier Caltex Australia dropped 36 cents to A$30.45 after it announced a A$325 million deal to buy Kiwi fuel retailer Gull New Zealand.

China Stocks mixed

Mainland China stocks were little changed, as strength in shares of state-owned enterprises (SOE) was offset by persisting tight liquidity in the wake of a bond scandal. The Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.07% to 3,139.56, reversing an earlier decline of 0.34%. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on Chinas second exchange, fell 0.13% to 1,993.37. The ChiNext Index, which tracks Chinas NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, dropped 0.27% to close at 1,986.27 points.

Markets sentiments were dampened by news the insurance regulator was making it much harder for insurers to get new licences, in the latest move to rein in some insurers aggressive stock investments that have raised concerns. A recent bond scandal also weighed on sentiment after Chinas central bank asked its branches to look into entrusted bond holding agreements between some commercial banks and non-financial firms.

Property stocks fell after President Xi Jinping said Chinas approach to regulating its red-hot property market would include financial, fiscal, tax, land, and regulatory measures as Beijing looks to develop a long-term mechanism for an industry prone to speculation.

Energy shares received a boost from index heavyweight PetroChina Co Ltd, which climbed to a nearly one-year intraday high on restructuring hopes.

Hong Kong Stocks slip on profit taking

The Hong Kong stock market closed lower, as investors elected profit taking before the Christmas and New Year holiday season. Meanwhile, weakness in mainland bourses also weighed down sentiments. Nearly all sectors retreated, with financial stocks among the biggest decliner. Hong Kongs benchmark Hang Seng Index closed 0.8% lower at 21,636.20. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, known as the H-shares index, fell 1.41% to 9,200.24. Turnover increased to HK$50.2 billion from HK$47.6 billion on Wednesday.

The gauge has slumped more than 10% since its Sept. 9 high as rising funding costs in Hong Kong and the mainland weighed on property developers and a weakening yuan turned investors off Chinese assets. The Hang Seng Index has declined 5.1% in December and lost 7.1% in the fourth quarter, while its down 1.3% this year.

Market heavyweights were lower. China Mobile (00941) slid 1.04% to HK$80.9, while Tencent lost 0.38% to HK$181.50 and HSBC (00005) dipped 0.87% to HK$62.55.

Chinese insurers were pressured on news that China Insurance Regulatory Commission will tighten new license issuance. CPIC (02601) plunged 3.06% to HK$26.95. China Life (02628) fell 1.72% HK$20.05. PICC P&C (02328) dropped 1.64% to HK$11.98, while China Taiping (00966) sank 1.88% to HK$15.68.

Bohai-Rim Steam-Coal Price Index continued its losses. China Shenhua (01088) dropped 3.1% to HK$14.38, making itself the top blue-chip loser.

Indian Indices settle below key psychological levels

Gravity gripped Indian bourses for the seventh straight trading day today. The barometer index, the SandP BSE Sensex, dropped 262.78 points or 1% at 25,979.60. The Nifty 50 index shed 82.20 points or 1.02% at 7,979.10. The Sensex settled below the psychological 26,000 and Nifty ended below the crucial 8,000 level.

Shares of metal and mining companies fell after copper prices declined in the global commodities market. Hindalco Industries (down 4.41%), Vedanta (down 4.14%), National Aluminium Company (down 4.19%), Jindal Steel and Power (down 4.95%), Steel Authority of India (down 2.73%), Tata Steel (down 2.69%), Hindustan Copper (down 2.67%), NMDC (down 2.42%), Hindustan Zinc (down 2.43%), Bhushan Steel (down 0.36%) and JSW Steel (down 1.76%), edged lower. Meanwhile, copper price edged lower in the global commodities markets. High Grade Copper for March 2017 delivery was currently down 1% at $2.4720 per pound on the COMEX.

Cement stocks also suffered losses in weak market. Shree Cement (down 4.8%), ACC (down 0.87%), Ambuja Cements (down 1.01%), and UltraTech Cement (down 1.25%) declined. Grasim Industries declined 1.2%. Grasim has exposure to the cement sector through its holding in UltraTech Cement.

TCS shed 0.13% after the company announced that London Mutual Credit Union (LMCU) implemented the migration of their technology platform to run on TCS BaNCS on the Cloud to redefine customer experience.

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries slipped 0.85% after reports that the company has signed an agreement between subsidiaries of both the companies and will close following anti-trust clearance and further closing conditions. The agreement has been signed for an upfront payment of $175 million and additional milestone payments.

Singapore shares extend losses

Singapore share market retreated, following losses in the United States and lower crude prices. The benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) slid 19.66 points, or 0.68%, to 2,882.04.

The drop in crude prices weighed heavily on oil and gas-related plays. Rig-builder Sembcorp Marine sank 5.5 cents, or 3.9%, to $1.365, while parent company Sembcorp Industries lost five cents, or 1.7%, to $2.87.

Keppel Corporation slipped seven cents, or 1.2%, to $5.83. This was despite news that its unit Keppel Infrastructure Holdings has been named the preferred bidder by national water agency PUB to build and operate Singapores fourth desalination plant for a concession period of 25 years.

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Indias natural gas production declines 1.7% in November 2016
Dec 22,2016

Indias natural gas production declined -1.7% to 2.67 billion cubic meters (bcm) in November 2016 over a year ago. Natural gas output of ONGC rose 5.1% to 1.87 bcm, but that of private and JV companies dipped -18.4% to 0.56 bcm. Meanwhile, the natural gas production of Oil India also fell -4.2% to 0.24 bcm in November 2016.

Natural gas output declined -3.7% to 21.15 bcm in April-November 2016 over April-November 2015.

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Indias crude oil refinery output falls 0.6% in November 2016
Dec 22,2016

Indias crude oil refinery output declined 0.6% to 19.36 million tonnes (mt) in November 2016 over November 2015. The output of public sector refineries improved 8.2% to 10.96 mt, but the output of private refineries dipped 6.8% to 7.50 mt. Further, the refinery output of public-private JV refiners plunged 30.5% to 0.90 mt in November 2016.

Among public refineries, the output of Indian Oil Corporation increased 7.4% to 5.00 mt, while the output of Bharat Petroleum Corporation moved up 11.2% to 2.16 mt and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation 1.5% to 1.45 mt in November 2016 over November 2015. The output of Chennai Petroleum Corporation also inched up 17.0% to 0.79 mt, while that of Numaligarh Refineries moved up 22.4% to 0.27 mt, and Mangalore Refineries 7.2% to 1.30 mt in November 2016.

Among private refiners, the output of Reliance Petroleum fell 8.0% to 5.82 mt, while that of Essar Oil declined 2.7% to 1.68 mt in November 2016 over November 2015. Among JV refineries, the output of Bharat Oman dipped 70.7% to 0.13 mt, while the output of HPCL Mittal also fell 9.4% to 0.77 mt in November 2015.

The cumulative refinery output increased 6.9% to 157.86 mt in April-November 2016. The output of public refineries increased 10.9% to 85.06 mt, while that of private refineries moved up 3.7% to 62.42 mt. The refinery output of JV refineries declined 3.2% to 10.37 mt in April-November 2016. Among public refineries, the output of Indian Oil Corporation improved 13.0%, Bharat Petroleum Corporation 7.9%, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation 5.0%, Chennai Petroleum Corporation 19.0%, Numaligarh Refineries 5.9% and Mangalore Refineries 9.4%.

The overall capacity utilization was lower at 105.3% in November 2016 compared with 110.8% in November 2015, while it was higher at 105.6% in April-November 2016 compared with 104.9% in April-November 2015.

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Aurionpro Solutions partners with Goodpack
Dec 22,2016

Aurionpro Solutions announced that Goodpack has selected Aurionpros SCMProFit product suite, an industry leading cloud-based, fully-integrated supply chain platform, delivering state-of-the-art Order Management, Depot Operation, Freight and Transportation - to help them manage inventory positions and movement across 190+ depots in 18 countries and 5000 inventory hubs worldwide. SCMProFit implementation will help impart scalability to business through tailor-made customer offerings, provide visibility across global inventory & distribution, and facilitate advanced intelligence through operational dashboards.

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Indias crude oil production declines 5.4% in November 2016
Dec 22,2016

Indias crude oil production declined 5.4% to 2.88 million tonnes (mt) in November 2016 over November 2015, recording fall for ninth straight month. Crude oil output of ONGC fell 0.7% to 1.82 mt, while that of private and joint venture (JV) companies dipped 16.5% to 0.78 mt. However, the crude oil production of Oil India improved 1.7% to 0.27 mt in November 2016. ONGCs offshore output declined 1.9% to 1.33 mt, while onshore production rose 2.4% to 0.49 mt.

Crude oil output fell 3.5% to 23.99 mt in April-November period of the fiscal year ending March 2017 (April-November 2016), in addition to 0.4% fall recorded in the corresponding period of last year. Output of ONGC eased 1.7% to 14.72 mt, while that of Oil India declined 1.4% to 2.15 mt and private companies dipped 7.6% to 7.12 mt in April-November 2016 over April-November 2015.

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United Breweries (Holdings) announces resignation of director
Dec 22,2016

United Breweries (Holdings) announced that N. Srinivasan has resigned from the office of Director of the Company.

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Hong Kong Stocks slip on profit taking
Dec 22,2016

The Hong Kong stock market closed lower on Thursday, 22 December 2016, as investors elected profit taking before the Christmas and New Year holiday season. Meanwhile, weakness in mainland bourses also weighed down sentiments. Nearly all sectors retreated, with financial stocks among the biggest decliner. Hong Kongs benchmark Hang Seng Index closed 0.8% lower at 21,636.20. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, known as the H-shares index, fell 1.41% to 9,200.24. Turnover increased to HK$50.2 billion from HK$47.6 billion on Wednesday.

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Nikkei falls on profit taking
Dec 22,2016

The Japan share market declined on Thursday, 22 December 2016, as profit taking continued on tracking the fall of US stocks overnight as well as lower oil prices. The 225-issue Nikkei average shed 16.82 points, or 0.09%, to end at 19,427.67. The broader Topix index of all first-section issues fell 0.07%, or 1.12 points, to 1,543.82. For the week, Nikkei average was up 0.13% while the Topix index fell 0.44%. Financial markets are closed on Friday or a national holiday.

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China Stocks mixed
Dec 22,2016

Mainland China stocks were little changed on Thursday, 22 December 2016, as strength in shares of state-owned enterprises (SOE) was offset by persisting tight liquidity in the wake of a bond scandal. The Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.07% to 3,139.56, reversing an earlier decline of 0.34%. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on Chinas second exchange, fell 0.13% to 1,993.37. The ChiNext Index, which tracks Chinas NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, dropped 0.27% to close at 1,986.27 points.

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Australia Market extends gain for fourth day
Dec 22,2016

Australian share market finished session at a new high for 2016 on Thursday, 22 December 2016, as the banks continue to find buyers, offsetting losses in healthcare stocks, with local investors shrugging off a fall in Wall St futures. The S&P/ASX 200 index entered its fourth straight day of gains, up 0.38%, or 21.12 points, at 5,634.47. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 566 to 426 and 315 ended unchanged. The S&P/ASX 200 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, was down 3.01% to 10.217 a new 52-week low.

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