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TCS net profit News
TCS net profit
TCS' Q3FY18 consolidated profit at Rs 6,545 crore; constant-currency revenue grew by 6.2% yoy
Thu, Jan 11, 2018
A Bloomberg poll of experts predicted consolidated net profit and revenue to be at Rs 6,532 crore and Rs 31,000 crore in Q3FY18.
Q2FY18: What do analysts expect from TCS?
Thu, Oct 12, 2017
TCS disappointed analysts expectation by witnessing drop of 5.85 in consolidated net profit to Rs 5,950 crore in Q1 versus Rs 6,318 crore during the same period last year.
TCS Q1FY18: Margins, cross-currency revenue growth likely to be under pressure
Thu, Jul 13, 2017
In Q1FY18, TCS will face brunt from wage hike, visa costs and strong INR appreciation. The company saw gradual improvement in earnings on yoy basis during FY17.
Tata Consultancy Services net profit drops by 2.5% in Q4FY17
Tue, Apr 18, 2017
The cash flow from operations in FY17 was at Rs 26,992 crore, up 15.4% y-o-y basis.
Tata Group welcomes new chairman with 9 of 14 cos trading in green
Fri, Jan 13, 2017
With the announcement of new chairman of the Group, all the listed companies of Tata were under focus in the stock markets.
Tata Consultancy Services to announce third quarter results today; here's what to expect
Thu, Jan 12, 2017
Sandip Agarwal and Pranav Kshatriya analysts of Edelweiss Financial Services said, “TCS’ execution capability, client relationships and leadership are impeccable. We believe, few niggling issues like LATAM, Diligenta and Japan, which have taken a toll on the company’s overall growth rate in past few quarters, are probably in the last leg and be largely over by FY18."
TCS' Q2FY17 beats estimates; reports 4% rise in net profit
Thu, Oct 13, 2016
The company's revenue for the Q2FY17 stood at Rs 29,284 crore, up 7.8% on y-o-y basis.
TCS Q2 result: Shares drop over 1%; What to expect?
Thu, Oct 13, 2016
TCS is estimated to report 2.4% growth in c/c and cross-currency impact of 90 bps. Also, cross-currency headwind from 13% exposure to GBP (depreciated 8.5% versus US$) will be partly offset by about 4% exposure to Japanese yen (appreciated 5% versus US$).