Aug 27 (Reuters) - GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP
* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange is down
0.74 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific index
excluding Japan falls 0.5 percent.
* Asian stocks slipped on Tuesday, while Brent crude held
near a five-month high after the United States signalled
possible military action against the Syrian government over a
suspected chemical weapons attack.
* U.S. stocks fell in light volume on Monday after U.S.
Secretary of State John Kerry called Syria's use of chemical
KEY FACTORS/EVENTS TO WATCH
* India's Finance Minister P. Chidambaram is likely to brief
the media on Tuesday. He is expected to talk about the approval
of seven power projects by the Cabinet panel headed by the Prime
Minister on Monday and other government initiatives.
* India's biggest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India Ltd
holds its annual shareholders' meeting in New Delhi. (0430 GMT)
* Reliance Communications Ltd holds its annual
general meeting in Mumbai. (0630 GMT)
INDIAN STOCKS TO WATCH
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Indian parliament approves $20 bln cheap grain plan for poor
India extends monsoon session of parliament by a week to
pass bills -
India considering payment proof for jewellery exporters -
Jaypee to sell Gujarat cement units to UltraTech at lower
valuation: Sources - Business Standard
Infosys plans to cut onsite effort by 20 pct - Times of
Saudi Aramco eyes 30 pct stake in a Gujarat project promoted
by ONGC, GAIL & GSPC - Economic Times
Security norms eased for 100 pct FDI in telecom - Business
CX Partners in talks to buy Future Ventures' 28.3 pct stake
in Biba for Rs 3 bln - Economic Times
NSEL's licence in Maharashtra was suspended in December -
India's HPCL to operate Vizag plant at 60 pct capacity for
10 days -
India cbank to buy 80 bln rupees of bonds via OMO on Aug 30
(Compiled By Manoj Rawal)