May 28 (Reuters) - GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP
* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are 0.1
percent up and the MSCI-Asia Pacific index excluding Japan
is 0.03 percent lower.
* Japanese stocks fell, while the dollar held steady against
the yen on Tuesday as market players awaited direction from U.S.
and U.K. markets when they resume trade after holidays on
Monday, following last week's turbulence.
* US markets were closed on Monday for Memorial day.
FACTORS TO WATCH
* March-quarter earnings from Sun Pharmaceutical Industries
Ltd, Tata Communications Ltd
* Iran's oil minister to meet India's finance minister P.
* Reserve Bank of India Governor Duvvuri Subbarao will speak
at a financial inclusion event in Pune. (0500 GMT)
* Delhi High Court will hear a petition by US drugmaker
Merck & Co, which has accused Glenmark Pharmaceuticals
Ltd of patent infringement on two diabetes drugs. (0530 GMT)
INDIAN STOCKS TO WATCH
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Coal India profit up ahead of expectations - Reuters
India cbank restricts banks lending against gold - Reuters
Disinvestment department moves Cabinet for 10 pct stake sale
in IOC - PTI in Economic Times
Mandatory blending of ethanol likely to make petrol pricier
by 4 rupees - Economic Times
3G case: HC issues contempt notices to Idea Cellular
, others - PTI in Economic Times
NHAI seeks top-level backing for recast of premium payment -
Financial Technologies in talks with private equity funds to
sell 6 pct stake in IEX - Economic Times
India's Tata Chemicals reports March qtr net loss - Reuters
McLeod Russel India Jan-March net loss narrows - Reuters
Moody's: Subsidy reimbursement credit positive for IOC, BPCL
Sun TV Network says Kalanithi Maran offers to sell about 7.9
mln shares - Reuters
India's JK Tyre & Industries Jan-March net down 60.97 pct -
Iran offers insurance to India refiners to spur oil sales -
India's Pipavav says allots shares worth $36 mln to Saab -
Jet to focus on international routes as domestic market
slows - Economic Times
Captive power units may get less fuel from Coal India -
Gail joins HPCL to revive Rs 320 billion project in Andhra
Pradesh - Economic Times
(Reporting By Manoj Rawal)