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Weekly news

  1. 1. Posted by<br />Ankush Gupta<br />MBA 2A<br />Weekly news<br />
  2. 2. SEBI has rejected the MCX-SX’s applications for stock and debt trading platforms stating non-compliance with the shareholding rules.<br /> For the compliance of MIMPS rules, MCX-SX has stated that the capital reduction had been suggested by SEBI chairman<br />SEBI rejects MCX-SX plea for operations <br />
  3. 3. Investors are disappointed with the Reliance Contribution’s to the market in the last four months .<br />RIL shares have risen only 3.7% in the last four months as compared to total market increase which was 22% it is very less <br />Reliance missing in euphoria <br />
  4. 4. Food inflation rose for the fourth week running as widespread floods in North India pushed up prices of cereals, fruits and vegetables <br />Food Prices were up 15.46% for the week ended September 11 from a year ago, a marginal increase from 15.1% for the week before <br />Rise in food inflation <br />
  5. 5. Tata Motors will launch Aria a cross-over between a multi-utility and sports utility vehicle within a month.<br />Aria sports a 2.2-litre common rail diesel engine and blends the functionality and comfort of a mid-range MPV with the all-terrain assurance and premiumness of an SUV.<br />Safety features include 6 airbags and Electronic Stability Program (ESP), offered by an Indian manufacturer for the first time.<br />Tata Motors to launch Aria<br />
  6. 6. Consumer electronics firm Weston is entering into the Indian mobile phone market.<br />Their vision is to introduce the most affordable handsets in India keeping in mind the features to price ratio.<br />The company today launched seven models between a price range of Rs 1600 to Rs 3500.<br />Weston forays into mobile handset market<br />
  7. 7. South Korean car maker, Hyundai, plans to tweak its existing Indian operations to expand the manufacturing capacity.<br />It aims to take its share to 22% of the total cars sold in the domestic market. <br />CEO & MD, Hyundai Motor : HW Park<br />Hyundai to raise capacity to ensure 22% market share<br />

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