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06:52 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: Expect Committee On UMPP To Submit Final Report By FY-end
06:51 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: Will Make Sure Planned 5 UMPPs Get Timely Approvals
06:51 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: All New UMPPs Will Get Handholding From The Govt
06:50 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: Have Plans For UMPPs In Bihar & Jharkhand
06:50 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: Will See Gradual Phase-out Of Exemptions
06:46 pm : Flashes: PM Said Any Positive Suggestion On Land Acqn Will Be Acted Upon
06:46 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Road Projects Can Be Jump-started Immediately With EPC
06:45 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Looking At Differential Voting Rights For PSU Bank Boards
06:45 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Looking At Innovative Instruments For Reinvigorating PSU Bank Boards
06:44 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Bank Bureau Will Be An Autonomous Body & Select Bank Chiefs
06:43 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Trying To Pass Constitutional Amendment To GST In This Session
06:43 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Can See Movement In Many Stalled Projects
06:42 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance:Govt Infra Investments Will Improve Rail Network
06:41 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance:Will Start Allocating Gross Budgetary Support Of Rs 70,000 Cr Immediately
06:40 pm : Flashes: Rs 70,000 Cr Divestment Target For FY16 Is Ambitious: :Divestment Secy
02:27 pm : Interpretations: 10% TDS introduced for PF withdrawal before 5 years
02:14 pm : Interpretations: Buyback tax up from 22.66% to 23.07% for unlisted companies
02:11 pm : Interpretations: Specific mutual fund service tax exemption withdrawn

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dipu_1990 | 2 min 7 sec

commodities r cyclical. when they move up. they move high and stay there for long. and follow the same pattern when they move lower. the upward or downward cycle is determined by the global demand and supply. crude has been somewhat different from other commodities as its supply was being controlled by a cartel (OPEC or Saudi Arabia) and supported by other large producers (Russia). Whenever it looked like the prices might come down, SA curtailed production and prices stabilised and moved up. the regular skirmishes and incidents in the middle east also aided oil prices to be maintained at higher levels. and when prices were high, there were countries like India and China, who helped to keep the crude prices high by increasing subsidies on fuels. this kept the demand high, even when prices were high. the current downtrend is different from the earlier downtrends in the sense that the demand-supply equilibrium has been disturbed by the largest importer/consumer of crude - the US. when the largest importer starts producing record amounts of oil, that too within a short duration, the commodity prices would feel the effect! and that is precisely what is happening. added to this fact, the global economy (especially China) has been slowing and that has affected the demand even further. and India too has decontrolled petrol and diesel, and is looking at slowly reducing subsidies on fuel. ( of course when the prices r low, subsidies might not be needed. but if prices rise, will the govt let the prices increase concurrently? ) also, unlike the earlier downturns, SA has refused to curtail its output, and has in fact been increasing the same! their thinking being that with Iran, Iraq, Libya and others looking to increase their oil exports, any curtailment will be utilised by these countries to increase their mkt shares, at SA`s cost. also the SA thinking might have been pulling the oil price so low as to wipe out the more expensive US shale producers permanently. but this plan, looks like, has backfired. the US shale oil cos have adapted beautifully using new tech to lower their own production and breakeven costs. so they r better able to withstand lower oil prices, better than some of the other opec members. US is the current leader in shale oil production, but there r vast shale resources in many regions around the world. should oil price start increasing, then these areas too could start pumping out shale oil. and using the latest tech, the costs have been coming down fast. therefore, the current downtrend looks likely to continue for long, and most probably the days of $100 oil is gone for ever.

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Leather Products

14:33 pm

Govt reduces excise duty on leather footwear to 6%

Bata India 1029.15 -21.65
Relaxo Footwear 510.05 -1.45
Mirza Intl 108.20 1.70
Bhartiya Inter 488.00 4.35

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Cigarettes

14:31 pm

Excise duty on cigarettes increased by 25% for sub-65 mm cigarettes

ITC 314.05 -2.85
Godfrey Phillip 576.50 20.50
VST 1469.15 0.75
Kothari Product 213.00 -3.35

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Transport & Logistics

14:01 pm

Service tax hike of 2.4% for non-economy class air travel

Container Corp 1396.30 -65.10
VRL Logistics 380.25 21.85
Allcargo 297.00 5.60
Jet Airways 325.85 8.45

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Computers - Software

13:57 pm

Fee for technical services rate reduced from 25% to 10%

TCS 2742.00 57.25
Infosys 1099.35 -0.10
Wipro 544.35 -31.65
HCL Tech 961.00 12.10

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Telecommunications - Service

13:56 pm

Govt reduces royalty rates

Bharti Airtel 346.75 3.50
Idea Cellular 149.40 -5.10
Reliance Comm 59.65 0.45
Tata Comm 472.00 -8.70

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Media & Entertainment

13:54 pm

Entertainment sector removed from service tax negative list

Zee Entertain 367.95 6.95
Sun TV Network 294.95 15.25
Dish TV India 105.85 3.00
DB Corp 310.05 3.45

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Auto - LCVs & HCVs

13:47 pm

Import duty on vehicles with capacity more than 10 seats increased to 40% from 10%

Tata Motors 316.00 7.75
Eicher Motors 19580.40 -533.45
Ashok Leyland 87.65 1.70
Force Motors 207.55 -10.90

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Steel - Large

13:46 pm

Customs duty on bituminous coal reduced to 10% from 55%

JSW Steel 930.00 38.95
Tata Steel 229.75 10.25
SAIL 48.80 2.25
Essar Steel 51.80 -5.30

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Consumer Goods - Electronic

13:44 pm

Customs duty on LED, LCD panels made nil

Videocon Ind 141.60 -2.20
Videocon Intl 84.25 -1.25
Mirc Electronic 13.40 0.10
PG Electroplast 119.65 6.10

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