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Wipro Ltd (WIPR.BO)

WIPR.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

283.05INR
20 Jul 2018
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Fri, Jul 20 2018

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India's Wipro sees strong demand for services from financial clients

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Indian IT company Wipro Ltd said it was seeing strong demand for its services from clients in banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), while it faces challenges in its India business and in the U.S. healthcare sector.

UPDATE 2-India's Wipro sees strong demand for services from financial clients

* Reports 2 percent rise in June-qtr net profit (Updates to add comments from company execs, detail)

IT firm Wipro to buy U.S.-based Alight's India ops for $117 million

India's third-biggest software services exporter, Wipro Ltd , said on Friday it would buy U.S.-based Alight Solutions' India operations for $117 million in cash.

IT firm Wipro to buy U.S.-based Alight's India ops for $117 mln

July 20 India's third-biggest software services exporter, Wipro Ltd, said on Friday it would buy U.S.-based Alight Solutions' India operations for $117 million in cash.

India's Wipro first-quarter profit beats estimates

July 20 India's third-largest software services exporter Wipro Ltd reported a two percent rise in first-quarter net profit on Friday, beating estimates, helped by higher revenue from its Banking, Financial Services and Insurance business (BFSI).

Indian shares inch up, but derivatives expiry weighs

April 26 Indian shares were slightly higher on Thursday, but sentiment was subdued ahead of the expiry of derivatives contracts and as investors awaited March-quarter results from private sector lenders Axis Bank and Yes Bank Ltd.

India's Wipro sees weak first quarter revenue growth after clients go bust

BENGALURU India's third-biggest software services exporter Wipro Ltd on Wednesday forecast weak growth in revenue during the current quarter after two clients went bankrupt and it lost business in the U.S.

UPDATE 2-India's Wipro sees weak first quarter revenue growth after clients go bust

BENGALURU, April 25 India's third-biggest software services exporter Wipro Ltd on Wednesday forecast weak growth in revenue during the current quarter after two clients went bankrupt and it lost business in the U.S.

BRIEF-Wipro Recommends Adoption Of Interim Dividend As Final Dividend, i.e., 1 Rupee/Share

* SAYS RECOMMENDED ADOPTION OF INTERIM DIVIDEND AS THE FINAL DIVIDEND, I.E., 1 RUPEE PER SHARE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Wipro Exec Says "Continue To See Softness In Consumer And Telecom Verticals"

April 25 Wipro Ltd Chief Executive Officer Abidali Neemuchwala and Chief Financial Officer Jatin Dalal:

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