Nov 11 (Reuters) - GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP * Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange trading 0.7 percent down while the MSCI-Asia Pacific index excluding Japan falls 0.23 percent. * Asian shares edged away from a four-week low on Monday, while the dollar rose against the euro and yen as a surprise surge in U.S. jobs growth signaled the world's largest economy was on a firmer footing. * U.S. stocks rose on Friday, rebounding from the previous session's selloff, after an unexpectedly strong payrolls report lent weight to views the world's largest economy is stronger than previously thought.
EVENTS/FACTORS TO WATCH * Results on Monday: Reliance Infrastructure Ltd and Apollo Tyres Ltd. * India is expected to release trade data for October sometime between November 11 and 17. * India's finance minister speaks at an industry event at 1530 IST (1000 GMT) as part of the government's efforts to encourage the corporate to pay due taxes to the government.
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Tata Motors posts first profit gain in a year on Jaguar Land Rover sales -
India's IOC buying "some" dollars from SBI - exec -
Indian Hotels abandons $1.2 bln bid for Orient-Express -
Judge: Apollo Tyres did not breach terms of Cooper deal -
India's Congress party goes into election warm-up on the backfoot -
Biting the hand that feeds: India's small towns favour opposition -
Future Retail's merger with arm under Sebi lens - Business Standard (http://link.reuters.com/pew54v)
Pipavav in talks with European firm to raise up to $150 million - Mint (http://link.reuters.com/qew54v)
Bloated food subsidies push record Rs 430 bln payment to next year - Financial Express (http://link.reuters.com/rew54v)
$350 billion Kuwait sovereign fund to invest on India story - Financial Chronicle (http://link.reuters.com/sew54v)
Cairn India may get nod to explore rest of Rajasthan oil block - Economic Times (http://link.reuters.com/tew54v)
PM's council wants govt to cut stake in banks to 51 percent - Business Standard (http://link.reuters.com/vew54v)
Oil firms may get leeway to develop fields - Financial Chronicle (http://link.reuters.com/wew54v)
India's grounded Kingfisher Airlines posts $114 mln loss in Q2 -
India's Crompton Greaves July-Sept net up 38.91 pct -
Indian coal mining clampdown to boost imports by steelmakers -
India squeezes its oil companies to meet fiscal deficit target -
India's United Spirits Sept quarter net more than doubles -
India's Dena Bank Sept qtr net profit nearly halves - (Compiled By Manoj Rawal)