Infosys Ltd (INFY.NS)

INFY.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

3,651.25INR
3:55pm IST
Price Change (% chg)

Rs9.95 (+0.27%)
Prev Close
Rs3,641.30
Open
Rs3,646.00
Day's High
Rs3,690.50
Day's Low
Rs3,623.60
Volume
629,363
Avg. Vol
911,867
52-wk High
Rs3,849.95
52-wk Low
Rs2,880.00

INFY.NS

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About

Infosys Limited (Infosys) provides business consulting, technology, engineering and outsourcing services. Its end-to-end business solutions include consulting and systems integration comprising consulting, enterprise solutions, systems integration and advanced technologies; business information technology (IT) services... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.64
Market Cap (Mil.): Rs2,096,990.00
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 571.40
Dividend: 43.00
Yield (%): 1.72

Financials

  INFY.NS Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 18.78 34.05 17.72
EPS (TTM): 195.45 -- --
ROI: 25.13 30.15 16.74
ROE: 25.35 31.98 17.37
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MUMBAI, Sept 10 - Indian shares fell for a second consecutive session on Wednesday, retreating from record highs hit early this week, as worries that the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates sooner than expected hit blue-chips such as Infosys.

10 Sep 2014

INDIA PRESS-Wipro, Infosys bet on Internet of Things to revive telecom business - Economic Times

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10 Sep 2014

Indian shares extend record-setting rally

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03 Sep 2014

Indian shares' record-setting rally continues; IT stocks jump

MUMBAI, Sept 3 - Indian shares hit a record high on Wednesday as software exporters such as Infosys rallied after strong U.S. manufacturing and construction data, while continued foreign buying and falling oil prices also helped.

03 Sep 2014

INDIA PRESS-Infosys to unveil growth plan by mid-Oct: Vishal Sikka - Economic Times

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02 Sep 2014

INDIA PRESS-Infosys, Wipro look for stake in startups, raise investment bankers' hopes - Economic Times

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01 Sep 2014

India's NSE index hits record high; software stocks gain

MUMBAI, Aug 22 - India's NSE index rose on Friday to its fourth record high this week as software stocks such as Infosys gained after upbeat U.S. and German data drove confidence about the sector's business outlook, while higher global shares also helped.

22 Aug 2014

Indian shares fall for second consecutive session; IT stocks hit

* BSE and NSE index end 0.3 pct lower each * Jubilant Foodworks slumps; same-store sales fall * Railway-related firms gain on foreign investment hopes By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, Aug 7 - India's NSE index fell for a second consecutive session on Thursday to its lowest close in nearly a week as IT outsourcers such as Infosys fell after global rival Cognizant cut its annual revenue guidance. Falls also tracked lower global shares as a Russian troop build-up on the bo

07 Aug 2014

Former Infosys officers call for $1.8 billion buyback

REUTERS - Concerns over the pace of change at India’s second-biggest software services company have spurred three former officers of Infosys Ltd to seek 112 billion rupees ($1.83 billion) in the form of a buyback for all shareholders.

06 Aug 2014

Former Infosys officers call for $1.8 billion buyback

Aug 6 - Concerns over the pace of change at India's second-biggest software services company have spurred three former officers of Infosys Ltd to seek 112 billion Indian rupees (1.83 billion US dollars) in the form of a buyback for all shareholders.

06 Aug 2014

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