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New Delhi, Dec 10 (PTI) Following are the top business

New Delhi, Dec 10 (PTI) Following are the top business stories at 1800 hours today: DEL4 BIZ-RBI-FRAUD New Delhi: Taking the fight to the arena used by fraudsters promising prize money from the RBI, the central bank has itself launched an SMS campaign and a missed-call helpline to warn people against such scams. DEL6 BIZ-LPG-PRICE-REVISION New Delhi: After hiking cooking gas LPG price by Rs 76.5 in 19 instalments in 17 months, national oil companies skipped the monthly revision in rates this month ahead of elections in Gujarat. FGN4 BIZ-WTO-PRABHU Buenos Aires: Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu has said that a permanent solution to the public stockholding of food stock is a "must have" at the 11th ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) which begins here today. DCM22 BIZ-BITCOINS REGULATORS New Delhi: A gravity-defying bitcoin rally to over Rs 10 lakh a piece, interspersed with stories of people making crores from thousands, has left the regulators flummoxed amid fears that a complete lack of regulatory regime for such cryptocurrencies may give rise to e-ponzi scams. DCM24 BIZ-MCDONALDS-NEW PARTNER New Delhi: After months of intense battle with its Indian joint venture partner Vikram Bakshi, fast food giant Mcdonalds India may soon appoint a licensee partner for the north and east India region. DCM15 BIZ-FPI-EQUITY

New Delhi: Foreign investors have pulled out more than Rs 4,000 crore from the countrys stock markets this month so far, mainly due to rising crude prices and widening fiscal deficit. DCM19 BIZ-FINMIN-BILL

New Delhi: The government is looking to amend the Negotiable Instruments Act (NIA) in a bid to promote less-cash economy and a Bill in this respect is likely to be introduced in the upcoming Parliament session. DCM32 BIZ-MARKET-OUTLOOK

Mumbai: Domestic stock market will look up to a range of factors like Gujarat polls, industrial production and inflation numbers as well as automobile sales data to decide its course this week, according to experts. DCM23 YEAR-BIZ-JOBS

New Delhi: India Inc is promising better pay hikes of 10 -15 per cent for the right talent in 2018 after a challenging year for the job market, stunned by post-demonetisation layoffs in traditional sectors like textiles and due to the advent of artificial intelligence in new-age ones. PTI BAL

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