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  • Sensex up over 350 points, hits record high of 22,740

    Sensex up over 350 points, hits record high of 22,740

    Shares remain supported by overseas investors, who bought Indian shares worth Rs 703 crore on Monday, provisional exchange data shows, totalling nearly $4.5 billion so far in 2014.

  • TCS shares fall most in 18 months on Q3 results

    TCS shares fall most in 18 months on Q3 results

    TCS shares are over-valued compared to Infosys. TCS trades at 21.2 times its forward earnings compared to 17.4 times for Infosys, according to Thomson Reuters data.

  • Sensex sinks 250 points as TCS plays spoilsport

    Sensex sinks 250 points as TCS plays spoilsport

    TCS reported slower-than-expected growth in dollar revenues for the December quarter on Thursday. Shares in the company traded 5.8 per cent lower at Rs 2,214 as of 3.05 p.m. India's biggest outsourcer also posted a dip in operating margins from 30.2 ...

  • Q3 earnings, inflation data to dictate market trend this week: experts

    Q3 earnings, inflation data to dictate market trend this week: experts

    Third quarter earnings from blue-chips such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), Wipro, and inflation data for the month of December will dictate the near-term trend on the bourses, according to experts.

  • Sensex falls around 200 points, IT stocks under pressure

    Sensex falls around 200 points, IT stocks under pressure

    IT stocks fell on profit-taking. The NSE index for IT shares is up 45.4 percent in 2013 compared with Nifty returns of 4.6 percent.

  • Why Wipro shares tanked 8% post Q2 earnings

    Why Wipro shares tanked 8% post Q2 earnings

    Wipro shares dropped as much as 8.5 per cent on Wednesday even though India's third largest outsourcer reported strong margin growth in the September quarter and guided for higher than expected dollar sales growth in the December quarter. Wipro's IT ...

  • Wipro slumps 8% after Q2 earnings lag peers

    Wipro slumps 8% after Q2 earnings lag peers

    Wipro's dollar revenues grew 2.7 per cent sequentially, significantly lagging the 5.4 per cent, 3.8 per cent and 3.5 per cent q-o-q growth reported by TCS, Infosys and HCL Tech respectively.

  • Wipro Q2 net seen at Rs 1859 crore, margins to be lowest among peers

    Wipro Q2 net seen at Rs 1859 crore, margins to be lowest among peers

    Billionaire Azim Premji-promoted Wipro and India's second biggest outsourcer Infosys have been the laggards in India's over $100 billion IT industry. However, unlike Infosys, which has started showing signs of a turnaround, Wipro's pains are far from...

  • Wipro shares near 14-year high ahead of Q2 earnings

    Wipro shares near 14-year high ahead of Q2 earnings

    Wipro shares have jumped 37 per cent over the last three months, outperforming both the 50-share Nifty and the BSE IT indices. But, the recent rally is surprising because Wipro (like Infosys) has struggled to grow over the last few quarters.

  • Infosys: Analysts raise outlook after 'consistent' Q2

    Infosys: Analysts raise outlook after 'consistent' Q2

    TCS and Wipro, India's biggest and third biggest outsourcers, also rose over 1 per cent and were among the top gainers on the 50-share Nifty benchmark.

  • Wipro, TCS jump as rupee weakens past 63.50 per dollar

    Wipro, TCS jump as rupee weakens past 63.50 per dollar

    Tata Consultancy Services Ltd was up 1.15 per cent, Wipro Ltd gained 4.22 per cent, while Infosys Ltd edged up 0.81 percent.

  • Infosys, TCS shares fall 3% as rupee gains

    Infosys, TCS shares fall 3% as rupee gains

    The BSE IT benchmark traded 2.5 per cent lower as compared to 2 per cent gains in the BSE Sensex. Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services and Wipro traded with 2.5-3 per cent cuts as the rupee jumped over 2 per cent to pull back near the 65.50 per dollar ...

  • Sensex gains nearly 1%; IT shares hit record high

    Sensex gains nearly 1%; IT shares hit record high

    Tata Consultancy Services Ltd was up 2.6 per cent after earlier hitting an all-time high of 2,007 rupees, while Wipro Ltd gained 3.4 per cent after touching a 52-week high at Rs. 490.05.

  • Wipro shares jump almost 3% after inclusion in Nifty

    Wipro shares jump almost 3% after inclusion in Nifty

    Wipro, which replaced Anil Ambani promoted-Reliance Infrastructure in the National Stock Exchange's 50-stock Nifty on Tuesday, is India's third largest software services exporter.

  • Wipro hits 52-week high on Q2 guidance, upgrades

    Wipro hits 52-week high on Q2 guidance, upgrades

    Wipro expects revenues from IT services business for the current quarter that ends September 30 will range between $1.62 billion and $1.65 billion, a sequential increase of 2 per cent to 3.9 per cent. Most analysts were expecting the company to say s...

  • LIC buys shares worth Rs 8,700 crore in 17 Sensex companies in June quarter

    LIC buys shares worth Rs 8,700 crore in 17 Sensex companies in June quarter

    Life Insurance Corporation of India's (LIC) holding declined in eight other blue-chip companies in the April-June 2013 quarter from the level seen in the preceding quarter, showed an analysis of the shareholding pattern of Sensex constituents.

  • TCS, Wipro slump as Australia, Canada tighten visa rules

    TCS, Wipro slump as Australia, Canada tighten visa rules

    Wipro was the biggest loser among frontline names, down 2.4 per cent at Rs 344.50 as of 12.47 p.m. Tata Consultancy Services traded down 1.5 per cent at Rs 1,477.95, while Infosys shares were flat at Rs 2,406 on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

  • IT shares fall as Accenture cuts outlook

    IT shares fall as Accenture cuts outlook

    The U.S. Senate approved a landmark immigration bill on Thursday, which is seen by some investors as hurting Indian IT companies by proposing higher fees and wages for temporary U.S. workers.

  • Markets week ahead: Shares may remain volatile; flows, rupee eyed

    Markets week ahead: Shares may remain volatile; flows, rupee eyed

    Shares are expected to remain volatile in the week ahead of the expiry of June derivative contracts on Thursday, with the focus on whether the rupee continues to hit record lows and foreign investors continue their selling streak.

  • Infosys shares gain on salary hike announcement

    Infosys shares gain on salary hike announcement

    Infosys shares gain after salary hike announcement

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