CEO’s Reading List June 20

| Updated on June 20, 2020

The United Nations Security Council at the UN headquarters in New York, US. (Representational image only)   -  REUTERS

Tuned off the news flow this week? Catch up with this curated reading list of BL’s top policy and corporate stories


RIL hopes to get to zero net debt with the money raised from the series of investors

Seat at table

India has bagged a seat in the UN Security Council

Looking for exit

Ssang Yong Motor is looking for new investors after M&M said it can’t infuse more capital

Selling spree

Global funds have been selling Indian corporate bonds


Companies can hold EGMs through video until September 30, MCA has said


Railway freight loading is almost back to normal

Looking up

Financial savings of Indian households seem to be stabilising after a fall.

Second thoughts

AGR demands on non-telecom PSUs are being withdrawn


The SC has stayed a High Court order allowing time until June 30 for claiming transitional GST credit.

Short termism

Do we need quarterly results? A lively BL webinar debated this issue

Lagging behind

Bank deposit growth is sharply outpacing lending.

Coal auctions

Coal mining is opening up to the private sector. But will anyone participate?

Coming up…

Finally, the LIC IPO may be in the works.

Compiled by Aarati Krishnan

Published on June 20, 2020

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