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  • Brexit Drags Shares Of Companies With UK Links; Tata Motors Dips 14%

    Brexit Drags Shares Of Companies With UK Links; Tata Motors Dips 14%

    From the IT pack, TCS went down by 4.81 per cent, Infosys fell by 4.33 per cent and Wipro dipped 2.77 per cent.

  • Wipro CEO Neemuchwala's 2020 Goal Termed 'Ambitious', Shares Fall 7%

    Wipro CEO Neemuchwala's 2020 Goal Termed 'Ambitious', Shares Fall 7%

    Wipro shares sank on Thursday, following the announcement of fourth quarter earnings yesterday. Wipro has consistently underperformed the IT industry over the last few quarters because the crash in oil prices has led clients to curb spending in the energy sector, where Wipro is a major player.

  • Sensex Trades Higher Amid Rally In Banking Stocks; Wipro Sinks

    Sensex Trades Higher Amid Rally In Banking Stocks; Wipro Sinks

    The Nifty Bank, NSE's sub-index for banking shares, was up over 2 per cent, led by gains in ICICI Bank, Bank of Baroda, SBI and Axis Bank.

  • Wipro Shares Sink on Weak Q4, Downgrades

    Wipro Shares Sink on Weak Q4, Downgrades

    IT major Wipro slumped over 7 per cent on Thursday, after a string of brokerages downgraded the stock post weak Q4 earnings. Wipro was the top loser in the Nifty50.

  • Wipro To Buy Back Shares Worth Rs 2,500 Crore

    Wipro To Buy Back Shares Worth Rs 2,500 Crore

    In a bonanza to its shareholders, country's third largest IT firm Wipro on Wednesday said it will buyback up to four crore shares worth around Rs 2,500 crore.

  • Wipro Expected To Grow Faster Than Infosys, TCS In Q4

    Wipro Expected To Grow Faster Than Infosys, TCS In Q4

    Wipro shares traded higher on Wednesday, ahead of the IT major's fourth quarter earnings announcement later in the day.

  • China Selloff Weighs On Sensex, Nifty; TCS Slips On Q4

    China Selloff Weighs On Sensex, Nifty; TCS Slips On Q4

    A sharp selloff in China markets weighed on the BSE Sensex and the broader Nifty on Wednesday. The Sensex, which rose nearly 150 points to inch closer to 26,000 in morning trade, slipped below 25,800, while the Nifty hovered around 7,900 mark.

  • Wipro Surges 4% On Share Buyback Plan

    Wipro Surges 4% On Share Buyback Plan

    Wipro promoters held 73.35 per cent stake in the company as of December 31, 2015, as per the shareholding data on the BSE

  • HCL Tech May List Shares in US: Report

    HCL Tech May List Shares in US: Report

    HCL Tech was founded by Shiv Nadar, who is India's sixth richest, with a net worth of $12.9 billion, according to Forbes.

  • Tech Mahindra Shares Fall on Q3: Here's What You Should Know

    Tech Mahindra Shares Fall on Q3: Here's What You Should Know

    Tech Mahindra's revenue growth was marginally better than Wipro, which posted 0.3 per cent sequential rise in US dollar revenue, but the company underperformed both HCL Tech (1.4 per cent sequential growth) and Infosys (0.6 per cent sequential growth) in revenue growth.

  • Sensex Falls 267 Points to 20-Month Low, RIL Ends 5% Lower

    Sensex Falls 267 Points to 20-Month Low, RIL Ends 5% Lower

    Reliance Industries fell over 5 per cent dragging Nifty below 7,350 mark. The Sensex fell over 300 points to 24,153.

  • Wipro Shares Fall 2% on Muted Q3 Outlook

    Wipro Shares Fall 2% on Muted Q3 Outlook

    Shares of Wipro fell nearly 2 per cent today after the IT major issued a muted guidance for its third quarter.

  • Wipro Q2 Net Profit at Rs 2,240 Crore, Guidance Disappoints

    Wipro Q2 Net Profit at Rs 2,240 Crore, Guidance Disappoints

    IT major Wipro reported a consolidated net profit of Rs 2,240 crore in the September quarter on revenues of Rs 12,510 crore. This was in line with analyst estimates.

  • How a Crash in Oil Prices Have Impacted Wipro's Fortunes

    How a Crash in Oil Prices Have Impacted Wipro's Fortunes

    Wipro shares fell nearly 4 per cent on Friday after India's third-biggest outsourcer's revenue forecast failed to excite analysts. Wipro's IT business posted a 0.2 per cent rise in constant currency revenue during the June quarter, meeting estimates. However, Wipro lagged behind both Infosys (4.5 per cent constant currency revenue growth) and TCS (...

  • Sensex Takes Oil Comfort, Ends Above 28,000

    Sensex Takes Oil Comfort, Ends Above 28,000

    The Sensex on Wednesday rallied over 265 points to close above the crucial 28,000 mark for the first time since July 7 on across-the-board buying amid fresh capital inflows.

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