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Infosys Limited (INFY.NS)

National Stock Exchange of India - National Stock Exchange of India Real Time Price. Currency in INR
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892.80+17.40 (+1.99%)
At close: 3:30PM IST
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Previous Close875.40
Open880.00
Bid892.80 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range873.90 - 903.70
52 Week Range860.00 - 1,082.70
Volume30,642,095
Avg. Volume5,775,896
Market Cap2.04T
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)953.85
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Investors want former CEO Nilekani to return to Infosys board
    Reuters6 hours ago

    Investors want former CEO Nilekani to return to Infosys board

    A group of 12 major institutional investors in Infosys Ltd (INFY.NS) has asked the Indian IT services company to bring former CEO Nandan Nilekani back on to its board to try to resolve a feud with the company's founders. The Infosys board has been locked in a public dispute since February with the founders, led by former chair Narayana Murthy, who have accused the directors of governance lapses. The differences prompted its Chief Executive Vishal Sikka to resign on Friday, sparking a sell-off that has wiped over $4.5 billion from Infosys' market capitalization over the last four trading sessions.

  • Its CEO quit, then investors hammered one of India's largest companies — it may get worse
    CNBC17 hours ago

    Its CEO quit, then investors hammered one of India's largest companies — it may get worse

    Infosys needs to find a suitable replacement who can continue with the turnaround of the company that departing CEO Vishal Sikka started.

  • Barrons.com23 hours ago

    Infosys Infighting Sinks Stock: Is Buyback A Buy Signal?

    India and INFY) are down 2.3% today even after the company said it would repurchase nearly 5% of shares. The company attempted to shore up the stock with a share buyback plan after CEO Vishal Sikka resigned last week, but investors seem more fixated on news that divisive Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy will speak to shareholders Wednesday. Infosys paid a $1 million New York legal settlement in June, without admitting fault, on allegations that it failed to adequately compensate hundreds of workers, avoided taxes and broke U.S. visa rules.