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  1. 1. 10th Weekly News From 25oct-31oct
  2. 2. Tata Motors pips RIL to emerge as India’s top brand The Tata Motors-Jaguar-Land Rover combine, with a valuation of $8.45 billion, has over taken Reliance to top the list of the 50 most valuable corporate brands in India. The brand valuation of Tata Motors-JLR grew 172% over its 2009 value of $3.1 billion when it was at No. 5 in the pecking order Reliance, the petrochemicals-to-retail major, saw a10% erosion in its brand value at $7.04 billion, down from $7.8 billion in 2009.
  3. 3. Sebi issues ‘warrants’ to rein in promoters THE Securities & Exchange Board of India, or Sebi, on Monday tightened the rules governing warrant issues, which in the past allowed promoters to enrich themselves when the markets soared, but get away lightly when they crashed. The market regulator has promised to frame guidelines that will give holders of Indian Depository Receipts an even footing in rights share sales, after Standard Chartered Bank's rights issue disappointed investors by excluding them from it. If the promoters don’t exercise warrants by the stipulated date, they won’t be eligible for any share or warrant purchases for the next 12 months.
  4. 4. Small investors may get bigger share in PSU floats THE department of disinvestment plans to pitch for a higher quota for retail investors in forthcoming share sales at state-run companies, as it looks to use the buzz generated by the Coal India IPO to take equity culture to Indian households. Existing norms stipulate that at least 35% of the shares offered in a book-built share sale, where investors are asked to bid in a pre-decided price band, must be reserved for retail investors. The retail portion of the Coal India offer was subscribed 2.31 times, providing a fitting backdrop for an increase in the quota for retail investors.
  5. 5. Bharti, Aircel keen to buy Qualcomm biz BHARTI Airtel and Aircel Cellular are interested in buying the yet- tobe-launched Indian wireless broadband business of Qualcomm Bharti Airtel, India’s largest mobile phone company, is primarily interested in Qualcomm’s airwaves and permits for Delhi, complementing the 3G frequencies it won in the circle earlier this year, the executives said. Aircel, a unit of Malaysia’s Maxis Communications and the country’s seventh-biggest operator, has shown interest in the Mumbai and Kerala circles. Qualcomm had sought a minimum of 5,000 crore for its airwaves and permits in Mumbai, Delhi, Haryana and Kerala. It paid 4,913 crore to win the licences in an auction in June.
  6. 6. BIG REASON STEEP PRICING FII biggies cashing out on listing gains FUNDS run by Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs are among those that sell shares on the listing day to reap the riches from initial public offerings (IPOs), contrary to popular perception that top institutions are long- term investors. Most recent listings have plunged below their IPO sale prices, partly due to these funds cashing out, and also because of the unsustainable valuations at which they were sold compared with their earnings and revenues. Although IPOs are drawing record subscriptions, many believe that the sale of shares by institutions may be an indication that they are not convinced about owning these shares for a long time, given the valuations.
  7. 7. Simpler subsidy maths to jazz up ONGC,IOC floats INDIA’S largest share sale— Indian Oil Corp’s (IOC) Rs 19,000-crore issue—as well as Oil & Natural Gas Corp’s (ONGC) offering next year will get a shot in the arm as the government is preparing to make its ad hoc subsidy- sharing scheme more systematic and transparent, making the blue-chip energy firms more attractive for institutional investors. ONGC and Oil India, which gain when crude prices rise, are asked to share the subsidy burden of oil marketing firms such as IOC when fuel prices are not increased in step with rising crude oil prices to keep inflation under control. But the government’s decision on the extent to which upstream firms share the losses in fuel retailing can be unpredictable and opaque, making large equity investors edgy as they are unable to get a grip of the companies’ earnings outlook.
  8. 8. TEMPORARY RELIEF RBI TAKES TWIN STEPS Cash-strapped banks borrow record 1.31 L cr BANKS borrowed the highest ever from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to tide over cash crunch, which forced the central bank to resort to temporary liquidity-easing measures to calm the panic triggered by lower government spending and customer withdrawal ahead of Diwali. Lenders stung by the outflow of funds from the system, also due to the biggest- ever initial public offering by Coal India, borrowed 1.31 lakh crore to meet fund requirements. Faced with an unprecedented demand for funds, RBI opened a second window during the day under the Liquidity Adjustment Facility, or LAF, through which it either absorbs excess liquidity or injects funds to ease shortage
  9. 9. Reliance clocks best quarterly net in 3 years RELIANCE Industries, India’s biggest company by market value, reported a 28% rise in quarterly net profit, in line with street estimates, and sees a positive outlook as strong demand in emerging markets and modest economic recovery in developed economies is likely to boost sales for the oil and petrochemicals major. Quarterly profit rose as it pumped more natural gas, processed more crude oil at its refineries and shipped out more fuel from its export-focused plant at Jamnagar, earning more dollars for each barrel it refined. In the June-September quarter, when the spotlight shifted to growth and acquisitions from a long-running dispute between chairman Mukesh Ambani and his estranged brother Anil, Reliance’s quarterly profit leapt to the highest in about three years, while turnover rose 22.8%.