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Punjab & Sind Bank revises MCLR rates
Jan 03,2017

Punjab & Sind Bank has revised the Marginal Cost of Fund Based Lending Rate (MCLR) for different tenor and the same will be effective from 04 January 2017.

Overnight - 8.60%
One month - 8.60%
Three month - 8.65%
Six month - 8.70%
One year - 8.75%
Three year - 8.95%
Five year - 9.10%

The Base Rate and BPLR has been revised from 9.75% and 14.75% to 9.70% and 14% respectively with effect from 04 January 2017.

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MMTC announces change in directorate
Jan 03,2017

MMTC announced that pursuant to the order of the Department of Commerce, MOC & I vide its communication dtd. 03 November 2016, Tapas Kumar Sengupta has assumed the charge of Director(Personnel) in MMTC on 02 January 2017 vice Rajeev Jaideva who has superannuated on 30 December 2016 (31 December 2016 being closed holiday).

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Zuari Global intimates of new subsidiary - Stylespa Furniture
Jan 03,2017

Zuari Global announced that the Indian Furniture Products (IFPL) and Zuari Management Services, subsidiaries of the Company have incorporated a Company under the name & Style of STYLESPA FURNITURE by subscribing to the equity share capital of the said company.

Consequently, STYLESPA FURNITURE has also become a subsidiary of Zuari Global.

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Trident fixes record date for interim dividend
Jan 03,2017

Trident has fixed 27 January 2017 as the Record Date for the purpose of 2nd Interim Dividend on Equity Share Capital for the financial year 2016-17, if declared by the Board.

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Board of Dhanuka Agritech approves buyback of share upto Rs 80 crore
Jan 03,2017

Dhanuka Agritech announced that the Buyback Committee of Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on 03 January 2017, inter alia, have determined the Final Buyback Price of Rs. 850 (the n++Buyback Pricen++) and the final amount for Buyback to be Rs. 80 crore (the n++Buyback Sizen++) excluding the transaction costs viz. brokerage, applicable taxes such as securities transaction tax, service tax, stamp duty etc.

With the Buyback price of Rs. 850 and Buyback Size of Rs. 80 crore the total number of shares to be bought back in the Buyback shall be 9,41,176 Equity Shares, representing about 1.88% of the total issued and paid-up equity capital of the Company as on 31 March 2016.

The aforesaid terms of Buyback are within the maximum limits approved by the Board of Directors at its Board Meeting held on 10 November 2016, and as approved by shareholders by Special Resolution, through Postal Ballot, results of which were announced on 02 January 2017.

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Yes Bank implements multi-nodal blockchain solution in India
Jan 03,2017

Yes Bank announced that the Bank has implemented a multi-nodal Blockchain transaction to fully digitise vendor financing for Bajaj Electricals. The implementation has been done on a blockchain-based smart contract written by fintech start-up Cateina Technologies. Yes Bank will also leverage IBM Watson Conversation, a cloud based cognitive service, to enhance the digital experience of partners, corporate clients and developers collaborating with them on the integrated Blockchain - API Banking platform.

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Rupee sags further
Jan 03,2017

Rupee dropped further on Tuesday (03 January 2017) to close at 68.3879/4030 per dollar, versus its previous close of 68.2225/2325 per dollar.

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Prime Securities reports standalone net loss of Rs 1.07 crore in the December 2016 quarter
Jan 03,2017

Net loss of Prime Securities reported to Rs 1.07 crore in the quarter ended December 2016 as against net profit of Rs 3.41 crore during the previous quarter ended December 2015. Sales declined 89.89% to Rs 0.19 crore in the quarter ended December 2016 as against Rs 1.88 crore during the previous quarter ended December 2015.

ParticularsQuarter Endedn++Dec. 2016Dec. 2015% Var. Sales0.191.88 -90 OPM %-736.8418.09 - PBDT-1.314.40 PL PBT-1.344.26 PL NP-1.073.41 PL

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks start 2017 on a high
Jan 03,2017

Asia Pacific share market inclined on the first trading session of new year, Tuesday, 03 January 2017, after upbeat Chinese and British manufacturing data bolstered investor sentiment. But gains in the regional markets were capped by concern over a rising U.S. currency, which makes emerging markets less attractive.

Investors welcomed a private business survey showing Chinas factory activity picked up more than expected in December as demand accelerated, with rate of output growth accelerated to a 71-month high, highlighted by a sustained increase in new business during December. The China Caixin manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) released on Tuesday showed that manufacturing activity climbed in December to 51.9 from 50.9 in November - the fastest rate of improvement in three years. A reading above 50 indicates expansion in a sector, whereas a reading below 50 represents contraction.

The private manufacturing survey results came after official figures at the weekend showed manufacturing activities expanded for a fifth month in December but the pace fell from November due to slower production. The official purchasing managers index, reflecting conditions in largely state-owned manufacturers, edged down to 51.4 in December from Novembers 51.7, according to the National Bureau of Statistics and the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing.

Britains private survey showed manufacturers gaining business from the slide in the value of the pound since the countrys decision in June to leave the European Union. The survey of manufacturers from financial information company IHS Markit and the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply showed the sector enjoying a strong rise in new business in December. The so-called purchasing managers index n++ a broad gauge of business activity n++ rose to a two-and-a-half year high of 56.1 points from the previous months 53.6. Markit noted that the UK manufacturing sector starts 2017 on a strong footing. The headline PMI hit a two-and-a-half year high in December, with rates of expansion in output and new orders among the fastest seen during the surveys 25-year history. And, a plus point from the December survey was that the expansion was led by the investment and intermediate goods sectors, suggesting capital spending and corporate demand took the reins from the consumer in driving industrial growth forward.

The U.S. oil prices rose in the first trading hours of 2017 on Tuesday, buoyed by a deal for OPEC and non-OPEC production cuts which kicked off on Sunday. During Asian trade, U.S. crude rose 0.54% to $54.01 per barrel , while global benchmark Brent was up 0.55% at $57.13.

The U.S. dollar racked up its biggest rise in almost three weeks against a basket of the worlds other major currencies to leave it just 1% off Decembers 14-year high. Dollar index reaches as high as 103.52 and is set to test recent high at 103.65.

Among Asian bourses

Australia Market ends highest in 19 months

Australian share market ended at a 19-month high on the first trading day of the year, boosted by strong Chinese manufacturing data that indicated the economic rebound in Australias main trading partner remains intact. All ASX sectors inclined, exception being bullion counter, with financials and miners being major gainers. At the closing bell, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index inclined 67.40 points, or 1.19%, to 5733.20, while the broader All Ordinaries index added 65.50 points, or 1.15%, to close at 5784.60. The index climbed 7% in 2016, its best yearly performance since 2013, as gains in most commodity prices powered a bull run among miners.

Shares of financial sector gained, with Australia & New Zealand Banking Group leading rally, up 1.7% to A$30.94, after the Australias third-largest bank by market cap said it would sell its stake in Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank Co to China COSCO Shipping and Shanghai Sino-Poland Enterprise Management Development for A$1.8 billion. The sale is expected to increase the banks APRA CET1 capital ratio by around 40 basis points. Among other major banks, Westpac added 1.1% to A$32.95, Commonwealth Bank of Australia 0.7% to A$82.97, and National Australia Bank 1.3% to A$31.06.

Mining stocks gained on rising base metal prices. The big diversified miners such as BHP and Rio Tinto traded up by 1.6% to A$25.46 and 1.8% to A$60.98, respectively, meanwhile Fortescue added 1.2% to A$5.96.

Oil producers also met with buying pressure after the U.S. oil prices rose in the first trading hours of 2017 on Tuesday, buoyed by a deal for OPEC and non-OPEC production cuts which kicked off on Sunday. Woodside Petroleum rose 1.3% to A$31.55 and Origin Energy added 0.8% to A$6.64.

Gold stocks were among the main losers of the session, despite a strong Asian session for the precious metal, which was up 0.9% to $US1157 an ounce on its first trading day of the year. Newcrest Mining shed 0.3% to A$20.19.

Australian factory activity picked up last month on the back of improving demand and recovering commodity prices. The Australian Industry Groups PMI rose 1.2 points to 55.4 in December.

China Stocks rise on upbeat manufacturing PMI

Mainland China stock market finished up on first trading session of year, after upbeat Chinese manufacturing data bolstered investor sentiment. All main sectors advanced, with gains leading by blue-chips, especially financials. The blue-chip CSI300 index, which tracks large companies in Shanghai or Shenzhen, rose 0.97% to 3,342.23, while the Shanghai Composite Index rose 1.04% to 3,135.92 points. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on Chinas second exchange, added 0.86% to 1,985.95. The ChiNext Index, which tracks Chinas NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, jumped 0.06% to close at 1,963.26 points.

The Chinese currency renminbi, or yuan, was lower against the U.S. dollar Tuesday after the Peoples Bank of China set a weaker fixing. The yuan was last at 6.9548 against the U.S. unit compared with the official closing price of 6.9495 last Friday. The PBOC set the yuan central weaker at 6.9498 in the first trading day of 2017, compared with a fixing of 6.9370 last Friday.

The Peoples Bank of China injected CNY20 billion via seven-day reverse repos and CNY20 billion via 14-day reverse repos at open-market operations Tuesday. The central bank continued to skip 28-day reverse repos. The moves resulted in a net drain of CNY155 billion for the day. The central bank drained a net CNY245 billion last week - the first removal of liquidity in three weeks. A total of CNY745 billion in outstanding reverse repos matures this week.

Hong Kong Stocks start 2017 on a high

The Hong Kong stock market closed up on the first trading day of 2017, with data showing a further expansion in Chinese manufacturing aiding sentiment. But gains in the city were capped by concern over a rising U.S. currency, which makes emerging markets less attractive. Most sectors rose, with property stocks leading the gains. Hong Kongs benchmark Hang Seng Index closed 149.84 points, or 0.68%, higher at 22,150.40. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, known as the H-shares index, added 64.68 points, 0.69%, to 9,459.55. Turnover decreased to HK$49.3 billion from HK$53.8 billion on Friday. The local market closed on Monday for New Year holiday.

Casino stocks retreated on Tuesday after data showing that Macau gambling revenue fell 3.3% in 2016, the third straight year of declines. Gross gaming revenues increased 8% in December from a year earlier. Galaxy Entertainment (00027) fell 1.3% to HK$33.35. Sands China (01928) softened 0.3% to HK$33.6.

CRRC, a Chinese train maker, rose 0.9% to HK$7.02 after saying late Friday that it has received approval to issue 1.4 billion shares on the domestic market in a private placement.

China Railway Construction (CRCC) added 0.8% to HK$10.06 following an announcement Friday that one of its units has signed an ecological town construction contract worth 5.1 billion yuan.

Property counters were higher after reports new home sales doubled during new-year holiday period. with Wharf (00004) jumped 4.4% to HK$53.8 after Citi Research published bullish report on landlords. Hysan Development (00014) soared 4.8% to HK$33.6.. SHKP (000016) gained 2.8% to HK$100.7. New World Development (00017) added 2.8% to HK$8.43. China Evergrande Group rose 3.5% to HK$5 after saying it will sell a stake of more than 13% in a property subsidiary to eight investors for 30 billion yuan.

Hong Kongs value of total retail sales in November, provisionally estimated at HK$36 billion, decreased by 5.5% compared with the same month in 2015, according to the Census and Statistics Department. For the first eleven months of 2016 taken together, it was provisionally estimated that the value of total retail sales decreased by 8.6% compared with the same period in 2015.

Small gains power Sensex, Nifty to 3-week closing high

Reversing its previous days losses, the flagship Sensex staged a modest comeback to end with paltry gain, buoyed by pick-up in the infrastructure sector in November coupled with firm global cues. The overall recovery also received some support from banking stocks which recouped their previous losses after being hit by profitability fears in the wake of lending rate cuts. Core industries grew 4.9% in November 2016 on the back of healthy performance by sectors, including coal, steel and electricity, prompting investors to go in for fresh bets. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, rose 47.79 points or 0.18% to settle at 26,643.24. The Nifty 50 index rose 12.75 points or 0.16% to settle at 8,192.25.

Hero MotoCorp fell 1.44% after the company announced before market hours today, 3 January 2017 that sales fell 33.91% to 3.3 lakh units in December 2016 over December 2015. The companys manufacturing facilities at Gurgaon, Neemrana and Haridwar were closed from 26-31 December 2016 on account of annual maintenance.

Tata Motors dropped 1.23%. The company said its passenger and commercial vehicle total sales rose 2% to 40,944 units in December 2016 over December 2015. The companys domestic sales of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles rose 1% to 35,825 units in December 2016 over December 2015. Exports surged 12% to 5,119 units in December 2016 over December 2015. The sales figures were announced after market hours yesterday, 2 January 2017.

TVS Motor Company gained 3.07%. The companys sales fell 8.47% to 1.84 lakh units in December 2016 over December 2015. The announcement was made after market hours yesterday, 2 January 2017.

SML Isuzu rose 1.68% after the company said its total sales rose 16.4% to 1,021 units in December 2016 over December 2015. The sales figures were announced after market hours yesterday, 2 January 2017.

New Zealand, Japan and Thailand markets were shut for public holidays.

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Bharat Heavy Electricals announces change in directorate
Jan 03,2017

Bharat Heavy Electricals announced that Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta, Joint Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry has been appointed as Part-time Official Director on the Board of BHEL w.e.f. 03 January 2017 vice Anshu Prakash, Additional Secretary, transferred to Department of Rural Development.

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China Stocks rise on upbeat manufacturing PMI
Jan 03,2017

Mainland China stock market finished up on first trading session of year, Tuesday, 03 January 2017, after upbeat Chinese manufacturing data bolstered investor sentiment. All main sectors advanced, with gains leading by blue-chips, especially financials. The blue-chip CSI300 index, which tracks large companies in Shanghai or Shenzhen, rose 0.97% to 3,342.23, while the Shanghai Composite Index rose 1.04% to 3,135.92 points. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on Chinas second exchange, added 0.86% to 1,985.95. The ChiNext Index, which tracks Chinas NASDAQ-style board of growth enterprises, jumped 0.06% to close at 1,963.26 points.

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Lakshmi Vilas Bank allots equity shares
Jan 03,2017

Lakshmi Vilas Bank announced that the Committee of Directors for Capital Raising of the Bank (the Committee) at its meeting held on 03 January 2017, approved the issue and allotment of 1,19,85,138 Equity Shares of face value Rs. 10 each to eligible qualified institutional buyers at the issue price of Rs. 140.00 per Equity Share, aggregating to Rs. 167.79 crore.

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Hong Kong Stocks start 2017 on a high
Jan 03,2017

The Hong Kong stock market closed up on the first trading day of 2017, Tuesday, 03 January 2017, with data showing a further expansion in Chinese manufacturing aiding sentiment. But gains in the city were capped by concern over a rising U.S. currency, which makes emerging markets less attractive. Most sectors rose, with property stocks leading the gains. Hong Kongs benchmark Hang Seng Index closed 149.84 points, or 0.68%, higher at 22,150.40. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, known as the H-shares index, added 64.68 points, 0.69%, to 9,459.55. Turnover decreased to HK$49.3 billion from HK$53.8 billion on Friday. The local market closed on Monday for New Year holiday.

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Japan Market shut for an extended New Year holiday
Jan 03,2017

Japan share market closed on Tuesday, 03 January 2017 for an extended New Year holiday.

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Australia Market ends highest in 19 months
Jan 03,2017

Australian share market ended at a 19-month high on the first trading day of the year, Tuesday, 03 January 2017, boosted by strong Chinese manufacturing data that indicated the economic rebound in Australias main trading partner remains intact. All ASX sectors inclined, exception being bullion counter, with financials and miners being major gainers. At the closing bell, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index inclined 67.40 points, or 1.19%, to 5733.20, while the broader All Ordinaries index added 65.50 points, or 1.15%, to close at 5784.60. The index climbed 7% in 2016, its best yearly performance since 2013, as gains in most commodity prices powered a bull run among miners.

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