May 30 (Reuters) - GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP
* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are 0.16 percent down and the MSCI-Asia Pacific index excluding Japan is 0.44 percent lower.
* Asian shares and the dollar were pressured on Thursday, undermined by an overnight pullback in global equities as investors assessed the implications of a potential softening of the Federal Reserve’s massive monetary stimulus programme.
* U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday as high-yielding dividend stocks lost some of their luster after recent gains in U.S. Treasury bond yields.
FACTORS TO WATCH * March-quarter earnings from Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd , DLF Ltd, Tata Power Company Ltd
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Jaguar Land Rover helps India’s Tata Motors top forecasts - Reuters
Indian oil explorer ONGC’s profit slumps on write-offs - Reuters
S&P raises credit rating on Reliance Industries to ‘BBB-plus’ - Reuters
India’s Cipla Q4 net drops 8.2 pct, lags estimates - Reuters
Bharti could be fined 6.5 bln rupees - Economic Times (link.reuters.com/jub58t)
Government mulls new laws to settle tax disputes with an eye on Vodafone type cases - Economic Times (link.reuters.com/kub58t)
India cbank to sell inflation indexed 2023 bonds on June 4 - Reuters
India moves to regulate coal industry to improve supply - Reuters
Apollo Tyres board approves sale of Apollo Tyres South Africa to Sumitomo Rubber - Reuters
Novartis India sets floor price for share sale at 375 rupees/share - Reuters
Jet Airways says floor price for share sale set at 510 rupees/share - Reuters
Shree Renuka Sugars Jan-March net more than doubles - Reuters
India’s BPCL Jan-March net up 21.04 pct - Reuters
ONGC plans to invite partners for 6.5 GW renewable energy venture - Mint (link.reuters.com/hub58t)
India probably world's third largest economy: OECD - Times of India (link.reuters.com/gub58t) (Reporting By Manoj Rawal)