INFY - Infosys Limited

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
10.94
+0.04 (+0.37%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close10.90
Open10.97
Bid10.90 x 21500
Ask10.96 x 36900
Day's Range10.88 - 11.03
52 Week Range8.24 - 11.03
Volume7,441,957
Avg. Volume9,313,225
Market Cap46.32B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.96
PE Ratio (TTM)21.88
EPS (TTM)0.50
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.33 (3.06%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-01-24
1y Target Est10.29
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  • TheStreet.com3 days ago

    Momentum Is Building for This Dividend Stock

    High-quality growth stocks continue to reward shareholders with strong returns. Infosys stock also rewards shareholders with dividends and share buybacks. As the company is experiencing accelerating growth across a number of its services, there could be room for the gains to continue.

  • Infosys' Partnership Pact With Rolls-Royce is Strategic Fit
    Zacks10 days ago

    Infosys' Partnership Pact With Rolls-Royce is Strategic Fit

    Infosys (INFY) forges links with Rolls-Royce group to deliver engineering and digital services.

  • 7 Tech Stocks That Pay Dividends
    InvestorPlace10 days ago

    7 Tech Stocks That Pay Dividends

    {Editor's note: This story was previously published in June 2018. It has since been updated and republished.}When investors think of dividend stocks, tech names don't usually come to mind. Technology is a growth industry, and investors generally prefer that any idle, excess cash gets put back into the business. That's the best ROI opportunity.It's a misnomer to think that the technology sector can't -- or doesn't -- have a few dividend stocks to choose from, though. It does, with several of these names reshaping their business models to drive the recurring revenue that lends itself to dividend payouts. Software-as-a-Service and access to cloud-based storage are a couple of platforms that are billed on a monthly or quarterly basis.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 Top Stocks to Buy From Goldman Sachs' Secret Portfolio To that end, here's a run-down of seven tech stocks that pay a dividend worth collecting. In all seven cases, the payout is pretty well protected, and apt to grow. Best of all, these stocks still offer strong growth prospects that the tech sector is so well known for. Tech Dividend Stocks: AVX Corporation (AVX)Dividend Yield: 2.6%AVX Corporation (NYSE:AVX) isn't a name on too many investors' radars, and for good reason. With a market cap of a modest $3 billion, it just doesn't have the publicity firepower many of its tech brethren have.But maybe it should.AVX makes capacitors, transistors, sensors, connectors and more … all the things you don't think about that get attached to, and put on, a circuit board that make your electronic devices work. This is the lifeblood of technology. Without companies like AVX, you wouldn't have mobile phones, televisions or wireless internet.The nature of its business lines also lends itself to paying a reliable dividend. It manufactures so many kinds of things for so many electronics outfits that it always has at least some customers to sell to. The yield of 2.6% may not be jaw-dropping, but considering the current payout of 46-cents-per-share was only 28-cents-per-share in 2013, what AVX lacks in yield it makes up for in dividend growth. Tech Dividend Stocks: Cisco (CSCO)Dividend Yield: 2.7%Yes, the iconic king of the networking world, Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO), is also a respectable dividend payer. Granted, the yield of 2.7% isn't sky-high. It's also a relatively new idea for the old company -- Cisco only started paying any kind of dividend in 2011. Cisco takes its cash-flow-sharing pretty seriously though, and more than that, it is shifting its business model in a way that's geared for paying a dividend.How's that? If you've listened carefully to the company's rhetoric regarding recent quarterly reports, the phrase "recurring revenue" has been increasingly used. Rather than mere one-time sales of switches and routers, Cisco is selling subscription-based access to cybersecurity and traffic-management platforms. * 7 Top Stocks to Buy From Goldman Sachs' Secret Portfolio Recurring income is reliable (once a subscriber signs on, it tends to stay on board), it's easy for Cisco to commit to a healthy dividend payout. Tech Dividend Stocks: Infosys (INFY)Dividend Yield: 3.1%You name it, Infosys (NYSE:INFY) does it … or at least it has a hand in it.In simplest terms, India-based technology company Infosys is a technology consulting and service provider. From bloackchain to "big data" to business transformation, Infosys can bring a lot to the table of a company that may not even know where to begin.Yes, it's another business model that's well suited for dividend payments, in that much of its work is also recurring. More than that though, it's just a great company.While you hear a great deal about the incredible ways companies like Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) are changing the world through the use of technology, the fact of the matter is, most organizations have neither the ability or the desire to create their own technology-based solutions. They're more than content to lean on the likes of Infosys, and pay handsomely for the work it does. Tech Dividend Stocks: Nokia (NOK)Dividend Yield: 3.9%Nokia's (NYSE:NOK) dividend yield of 4.1% is quite noteworthy.You likely know the company as the maker of mobile phones. But, truth be told, that's the least of what it does. It got out of the business altogether a few years ago, selling the name to Microsoft. And, although it waded back into smartphone waters in 2017, it's still not a name people take seriously in a market dominated by the iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy lineup.So what exactly has Finland-based Nokia Oyj been doing all this time to stay afloat? Building industry-specific communications solutions. For instance, it has created an entire communications framework that makes smart cities a reality. Nokia is also taking great strides in the healthcare arena, making the mobile monitoring of patients a snap. * 7 Top Stocks to Buy From Goldman Sachs' Secret Portfolio Investors don't see much of the work the company is doing, but that doesn't mean work's not being done. Tech Dividend Stocks: Qualcomm (QCOM)Dividend Yield: 4.6%Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) is another former big name in the smartphone business that's since been shoved to the back of the line thanks to Samsung and Apple. But, much like Nokia, Qualcomm has found new life in -- and new opportunity in -- making the chips that power smartphones and other wireless devices. Ever heard of the Snapdragon processor? That's Qualcomm's breadwinner.That's certainly not going to be a laurel the company can rest on forever though, so it's thinking ahead. Its next-generation chipsets will be able to handle virtual reality and augmented reality, which (one way or another) is a big part of the future.Whatever the case, with a dividend yield of 4.6%, QCOM shares have something to offer fans of income that also might want to take a shot at a little bit of growth. Tech Dividend Stocks: Seagate (STX)Dividend Yield: 5.6%Seagate (NASDAQ:STX) isn't a name that needs much on the way of introduction, or explanation. It's one of only two major names in the hard disk drive (HDD) market, and although the advent of the solid state drive (SSD) has made things tough on Seagate by allowing newcomers into the disk-drive market, the company is holding up just fine. In short, it can afford to fund its current dividend yield of 5.6%.But still, aren't old-school disk drives a thing of the past, with an expiration date? Not just yet. The company's earnings per share over the last 12 months was $5.75. * 7 Top Stocks to Buy From Goldman Sachs' Secret Portfolio As it turns out, traditional hard disk drives are better suited for use in a data center setting, and we're still in the early innings of a data center buildout. Tech Dividend Stocks: Iron Mountain (IRM)Dividend Yield: 7.1%Last but not least, add Iron Mountain (NYSE:IRM) to your list of tech dividend stocks to consider.Contrary to popular belief, the rise of computers in the 90's didn't pave the way for a paperless world. If anything, computers allowed society to create even more paper documents, many of which required signatures, which in turn meant they had to be stored. Even with the recent proliferation of e-signatures, many printed documents still need to be stored.Enter Iron Mountain.Iron Mountain stores the mountain of paperwork organizations are required to retain for record-keeping purposes, but don't have the room to store on site. Its customers pay "rent" to the company for holding onto those documents, spurring the recurring revenue that makes for a reliable dividend. Its current yield? An impressive 7.1%.The truly-paperless era is finally upon us, suggesting a threat to Iron Mountain's business model. Fear not, though. The company is quickly learning the nuances of digital information, helping clients navigate the laws and logistics of the new era of record-keeping. That's how it qualifies as a technology name.As of this writing, James Brumley did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. You can follow him on Twitter, at @jbrumley. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Growth Stocks Racing to All-Time Highs * 5 Warren Buffett Stocks You Can't Go Wrong With * Game On for These 3 Gaming Stocks Compare Brokers The post 7 Tech Stocks That Pay Dividends appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Benzinga10 days ago

    This Day In Market History: First Indian Company Lists On A US Exchange

    Infosys began trading on the Nasdaq shortly after Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp (NASDAQ: CTSH) — an Indian-domiciled but U.S.-registered company — paved the way in 1998. The software company shifted to the New York Stock Exchange in 2012 in order to open its existing shares to European investors.

  • Newly-Published Research: 'Workforce Development in the Age of Digital' Highlights the Urgent Need for Private Sector to Lead
    PR Newswire14 days ago

    Newly-Published Research: 'Workforce Development in the Age of Digital' Highlights the Urgent Need for Private Sector to Lead

    WASHINGTON, March 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Infosys (INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, today released research which explores the current state of workforce development efforts in the United States. The research identifies a fundamental workforce development misalignment between academic institutions and businesses. It also describes how the private sector must provide greater training opportunities to lower the barriers which currently prevent workers from nurturing the skills they need to participate in the digital economy.

  • Infosys to Deliver Engineering and Digital Services to Rolls-Royce Group
    PR Newswire14 days ago

    Infosys to Deliver Engineering and Digital Services to Rolls-Royce Group

    BENGALURU, India, March 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Infosys (INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, today announced that it has been selected by Rolls-Royce Plc UK, a world leader in engines and propulsion systems, as one of the strategic long-term partners to deliver digital and engineering services. As part of this engagement, Infosys will leverage its industry-leading turbo machinery and propulsion practice to offer Rolls-Royce best-in-class, end-to-end complex engineering and digital solutions to meet its customers' increasing needs for sustainable energy.

  • Watching for Signs of Global Risk Events
    Investopedia21 days ago

    Watching for Signs of Global Risk Events

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  • GlobeNewswire24 days ago

    Analysis: Positioning to Benefit within Infosys, QUALCOMM, Zayo Group, Prologis, State Street, and Fabrinet — Research Highlights Growth, Revenue, and Consolidated Results

    NEW YORK, Feb. 25, 2019 -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Capital Review released its latest key findings for all current investors, traders,.

  • PR Newswire24 days ago

    Infosys Launches New Service Offerings to Help Communication Service Providers and Enterprises Imagine New Economies With 5G

    Infosys (INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, today announced the launch of new service offerings that will help enterprises imagine and create new economies with 5G technology, while simultaneously helping communication service providers accelerate and monetize their 5G network deployment. Infosys' newly established 5G Living Labs in five global locations - (Bengaluru, Richardson, Indianapolis, Frankfurt and Melbourne) will help ideate and bring these new economies to life.

  • PR Newswire28 days ago

    Infosys Recognized Among the Top Three Employers in Europe and Middle East

    Infosys (INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, has been recognised by the Top Employers Institute as a Top Employer 2019 for excellence in its employment practices, and has been ranked among the top three employers in Europe and the Middle East. This is the second year in a row that Infosys has been recognised across Europe as a Top Employer, with certification in the UK, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Germany and France, and for the first time in Sweden and Belgium. This year's certification emphasises Infosys' strategic commitment to localisation and growth within Europe.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Sensex, Nifty end over 1 percent higher as heavyweights shine

    (Reuters) - Indian shares finished over one percent higher on Wednesday, with the benchmark BSE Sensex snapping a nine-day losing streak, led by strength in index heavyweights Reliance Industries Ltd and ...

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    Market Realist29 days ago

    How AT&T Is Working to Reduce Its Cost Burden

    How These Mobile Operators Are Working to Drive Growth(Continued from Prior Part)AT&T targets weak businesses for job cutsIn what appears to be a step aimed at reducing its cost burden, AT&T (T) is shrinking the workforce of its weak

  • Infosys Inaugurates Providence Digital Innovation and Design Center
    PR Newswirelast month

    Infosys Inaugurates Providence Digital Innovation and Design Center

    BENGALURU, India, Feb. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Infosys (INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, today joined Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo to inaugurate its Digital Innovation and Design Center in Providence and announced a partnership with the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) to build and launch the Digital Economy Aspirations Lab (DEAL) to enable and develop students for the digital jobs of the future. Infosys also announced that it has already hired over 100 employees in Rhode Island toward its goal of creating 500 jobs in the state by 2022.

  • In push to hire 2,000 in Raleigh, Infosys announces partnership with NC State
    American City Business Journalslast month

    In push to hire 2,000 in Raleigh, Infosys announces partnership with NC State

    As Infosys’ headcount continues to rise in Raleigh, a new partnership with N.C. State University promises to bolster the talent it’s reeling in.

  • Sensex, Nifty end higher for third day; Reliance Ind boosts
    Reuterslast month

    Sensex, Nifty end higher for third day; Reliance Ind boosts

    (Reuters) - Indian shares reversed early losses to end higher in choppy trade on Monday, lifted by index heavyweights Reliance Industries Ltd and Housing Development Finance Corp, with focus shifting to ...

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    Investopedia2 months ago

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    President Donald Trump's views on illegal immigration have been widely circulated and commented upon, and the Muslim ban led to protests. But it's his position on highly skilled foreigners working in the U.S. that has a few companies and their investors concerned. On January 30, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced it is changing the rules for the visa lottery process so that "U.S. employers seeking to employ foreign workers with a U.S. master’s or higher degree will have a greater chance of selection." The rule comes into effect April 1, which means it concerns petitions for the 2020 fiscal year.

  • CNW Group2 months ago

    Infosys Partners with HPE to Accelerate Enterprise Digital Transformation

    Infosys (INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, today announced that it has adopted HPE GreenLake to accelerate clients' digital transformation. The partnership will help enterprises make smart infrastructure investments, paying for what they consume, while benefiting from the security offered by a trusted managed services provider. Clients will also benefit by having a secure private cloud and the advantages of economics and flexibility that exists in public cloud.

  • PR Newswire2 months ago

    Infosys Partners With HPE to Accelerate Enterprise Digital Transformation

    Infosys (INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, today announced that it has adopted HPE GreenLake to accelerate clients' digital transformation. The partnership will help enterprises make smart infrastructure investments, paying for what they consume, while benefiting from the security offered by a trusted managed services provider.

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