The report is compiled through a detailed analysis of UK revenues of over 200 publicly quoted and privately held companies, a TCS statement said. TCS has retained its position as the UK's largest SITS provider
Buying back shares is considered a tax-efficient way of rewarding shareholders. The government owns a 51.80 per cent stake in the company and is likely to participate in the buyback
Investors can buy TCS shares today to participate in buyback plan as the shares will reflect in their accounts on February 23 as per the T+2 settlement rule of stock exchanges.
The consolidated revenue from operations increased 16.2 per cent year-on-year to Rs 52,758 crore in the first quarter of FY23.
The Rs 18,000 crore share buyback of TCS at a price of Rs 4,500 is to open from March 9. This price is at a premium of around 22 per cent to the current market price of Rs 3,485. Here are all the buyback details you need to...
TCS board has approved Rs 18,000 crore share buyback at a price of Rs 4,500. This price is at a premium of around 15 per cent to the current market price of Rs 3,950.
The largest IT company in India on Monday reported a 7.4 per cent year-on-year rise in consolidated net profit at Rs 9,926 crore compared with Rs 9,246 crore in the same quarter last year.
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