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Infosys Ltd (INFY.NS)

INFY.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

1,017.00INR
10:38am IST
Change (% chg)

Rs-3.25 (-0.32%)
Prev Close
Rs1,020.25
Open
Rs1,017.60
Day's High
Rs1,021.25
Day's Low
Rs1,011.00
Volume
884,181
Avg. Vol
3,500,247
52-wk High
Rs1,279.30
52-wk Low
Rs1,009.10

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Tue, Aug 23 2016

BUZZ-India's IT stocks gain; Nifty IT index posts biggest pct gain in 3 wks

** Shares of Indian IT companies rise between 1.9 pct and 2.6 pct

Sensex falls in line with global stocks

Indian shares ended lower on Tuesday, as software services exporters retreated after Royal Bank of Scotland cancelled a contract with Infosys and as world stocks moved away from one-year peaks amid global concerns.

Indian shares fall in line with global stocks

Aug 16 Indian shares ended lower on Tuesday, as software services exporters retreated after Royal Bank of Scotland cancelled a contract with Infosys and as world stocks moved away from one-year peaks amid global concerns.

Indian shares fall as Infosys drags IT firms lower

Aug 16 Indian shares fell on Tuesday as software services exporters declined after Infosys said Royal Bank of Scotland had cancelled a contract, sparking renewed concerns about the outlook for the sector.

BUZZ-India's Infosys falls to 8-month low after RBS contract loss

** Infosys Ltd's shares down as much as 3.25 pct to their lowest since Dec 9, 2015

Sensex, Nifty fall; Infosys leads losses

Indian shares fell on Friday, underperforming Asian peers, as blue chip Infosys Ltd declined as much as 10.6 percent after the software services exporter posted disappointing results and slashed revenue forecasts.

Indian shares end lower; Infosys leads losses

July 15 Indian shares fell on Friday, underperforming Asian peers, as blue chip Infosys Ltd declined as much as 10.6 percent after the software services exporter posted disappointing results and slashed revenue forecasts.

BRIEF-India's Infosys's exec says cloud based services will have a positive impact

* Exec says cloud based services will have a positive impact Further company coverage: (Reporting By Anya George Tharakan and Tanvi Mehta)

Infosys cuts annual revenue growth target in Brexit precaution

NEW DELHI Indian IT services giant Infosys Ltd warned it won't make its previous revenue target for this fiscal year, cutting its outlook after first-quarter earnings came in below estimates and Britain's vote to exit the European Union left the company with little visibility on future business prospects.

UPDATE 1-Infosys cuts annual revenue growth target in Brexit precaution

* No Brexit impact so far, but shares slide 10 pct (Recasts with target downgrade, adds company comment)

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