HCL Technologies Ltd (HCLT.NS)
1 Oct 2015
MUMBAI, Oct 1 - Indian stocks edged higher on Thursday, marking their third straight day of gains, led by a rise in software exporters as Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys gained after rival HCL Technologies' revenue warning.
** Investors switch to Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services from HCL Technologies after later's revenue warning
** HCL Technologies slumps 4.9 pct; heads towards its biggest daily fall since Oct.2014
* June-quarter total income from operations 44.66 billion rupees
** Strong earnings expectations, economic growth prospects and manageable current accounts make Nomura bullish on India, South Korea and Taiwan stocks ahead of the much expected hike in interest rates by the U.S. Federal Reserve
MUMBAI, July 13 - Indian shares rose more than 1 percent on Monday, heading for their biggest single-day gain in three weeks, as blue chips gained on rising risk appetite across global equities after euro zone leaders said there would be no "Grexit".
MUMBAI, June 30 - Indian shares traded rangebound on Tuesday as software exporters such as Tata Consultancy Services fell after revenue warnings by some of its smaller rivals, while Sun Pharmaceutical Industries rose after Credit Suisse said the company has raised prices of some drugs.
(Corrects name of Tata Consultancy Services) ** Shares in HCL Technologies Ltd gain 2.24 pct, head for sixth consecutive daily gain ** On course to match a six-day winning streak in late December ** HCL Tech up around 14 pct this month, recovering all of its 12.8 pct loss over March and April ** Analysts say valuations attractive ** HCL Tech trading at 17.4 forward 1-yr earnings vs 20.7 for sector leader Tata Consultancy Services Ltd as per Thomson Reuters data ($1 = 63.6
MUMBAI - HCL Technologies Ltd, India's fourth-largest software services exporter by revenue, reported a 3.6 percent rise in quarterly net profit on Tuesday, lagging street estimates as margins dropped due to currency volatility.
** Dollar revenues remained stagnant at $1.49 billion in Jan-March