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Asia Market Update

India Movers: GVK Power, Hindustan Motors, Infosys, NHPC, Ranbaxy
Jan 09, 2014 9:30 AM ET
Hindustan Motors plans to divest its stake in Tiruvallur plant to raise Rs 150 crore. Infosys estimated third-quarter climbed 12%. Suven Life Sciences secured three product patents in Australia, Sri Lanka and South Korea. >>

Topix Index at 5-Year High in Tokyo, Yen Slides to 105
Jan 08, 2014 9:47 AM ET
The broader Topix index increased the most in five months and closed at a five-year high. The yen edged lower 0.4% for the second day in a row. Nintendo surged 11% after China lifted a decade-old ban. Seven & I jumped 6%. FamilyMart gained 3%. >>

India Movers: Videocon Sells Mozambique Gas Stake for $2.5 Billion
Jan 08, 2014 8:41 AM ET
Aban Offshore secured contract worth Rs 380 crore. Maruti said auto production in December declined 7%. Omax Autos plans to consolidate four subsidiaries. Prestige Estates sales soared 25%. Titagarh divested its entire stake in Barrackpore Enterprises. >>

India Movers: Claris, IL&FS, L&T, MCX, Valecha Engineering
Jan 07, 2014 9:28 AM ET
Claris Lifesciences board approved share buy-back for Rs.231 crore. IL&FS and Ramky received a provisional completion certificate for a road in Andhra Pradesh. L&T secured a construction order from Saudi Aramco. Blackstone bought 2.8% stake of MCX. >>

Volatile Nikkei Plunges 2.4%, Fast Retailing Drops 6%
Jan 06, 2014 12:47 PM ET
Nikkei in Tokyo dropped sharply and the yen continued its weakness against the dollar and the euro. Fast Retailing declined 6% on lower than expected increase in same store sales in December. >>

India Movers: Adani, Atul Auto, Ashoka Buildcon, Coal India, Maruti Suzuki
Jan 01, 2014 10:43 AM ET
Atul Auto said December auto sales surged 23% Maruti December sales dropped 4%. M&M tractor sales climbed 15%. Ashoka Buildcon received letters of acceptance for projects worth Rs 596 crore. Morgan Stanley purchased Coal India shares worth Rs 485 crore. >>



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