Infosys Ltd (INFY.BO)
22 Mar 2019
Mon, Feb 25 2019
Feb 25 Indian shares rose on Monday, driven by index heavyweights such as Infosys Ltd and HDFC Bank Ltd, while trade optimism after U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed he would delay a planned tariff hike on Chinese imports also buoyed investor sentiment.
Feb 20 Indian shares finished over one percent higher on Wednesday, with the benchmark BSE index snapping a nine-day losing streak, led by strength in index heavyweights Reliance Industries Ltd and Infosys Ltd .
Jan 15 Indian shares ended higher on Tuesday, with the benchmark BSE index marking its best closing level in nearly a month, after retail inflation rate fell to an 18-month low, raising optimism that the central bank could ease monetary policy next month.
BENGALURU/MUMBAI Infosys Ltd, India's second-biggest IT services company, on Friday raised its revenue growth forecast on the back of robust demand for its core services as well as its latest digital offerings from its Western clients.
* Infosys approves share buyback (Updates to add comment from news conference)
Jan 11 Indian IT services bellwether Infosys Ltd on Friday reported a 29.6 percent fall in third-quarter net profit, well below market expectations.
Jan 11 Indian shares settled lower on Friday as disappointment over technology giant Tata Consultancy Services missing quarterly margin estimates weighed on the trading sentiment, while investors looked out for results from its rival Infosys Ltd for clarity.
Jan 11 Indian shares were little changed on Friday, as investors awaited technology giant Infosys Ltd's results for clarity after rival Tata Consultancy Services' quarterly margins contracted.
MUMBAI Tata Consultancy Services Ltd , India's top software services exporter, on Thursday reported a record quarterly profit helped by gains in its key banking, financial services and insurance (BSFI) division and said it was well positioned for 2019 with a strong pipeline of client orders.
MUMBAI India's central bank on Tuesday said it has constituted a panel with Infosys chairman Nandan Nilekani as its head in a bid to deepen digital payments in Asia's third-biggest economy.