Sept 17 (Reuters) - GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP
* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are down 0.14
percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific index
excluding Japan falls 0.4 percent.
* Asian shares slipped slightly and the dollar treaded water on
Tuesday, as global markets braced for the outcome of the U.S.
Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting at which it is widely
expected to begin withdrawing stimulus.
* U.S. stocks advanced on Monday after former Treasury Secretary
Lawrence Summers withdrew as a candidate for Federal Reserve
chairman, lifting some market uncertainty about what was heading
towards a contentious confirmation process.
FACTORS TO WATCH
* India's Cabinet Committee on Investment is expected to
give clearance to major projects with investments of up to 1.6
trillion rupees. (1130 GMT)
* A two-day Kingsman India sugar conference kicks off on
Monday. (0230 GMT)
INDIAN STOCKS TO WATCH
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tap natural resources overseas - Times of India
Chasing dollars, government wants gilts to bond with the
best on global indices - Economic Times
ONGC plans raising domestic debt as high subsidy burden
erodes cash - Financial Express
Polaris to sell entire stake in US-based IdenTrust - Mint
Third FDA ban on India's Ranbaxy threatens its U.S. sales.
India's Reliance Broadcast Network to consider delisting of
shares from stock exchanges
TVS Motors to launch new bike every quarter: Chairman - PTI
in Economic Times
(Compiled By Manoj Rawal; Editing by Jijo Jacob)