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Expecting IT boom to sustain and grow further: Deven Choksey

Expecting IT boom to sustain and grow further: Deven Choksey

IT sector in focus today as TCS touches the hundred billion dollar valuation mark. Market Guru Deven Choksey gave his view on the IT sector and outlines his top investment bets.

Call BTVI - Discussing trading

Call BTVI - Discussing trading

On this episode of Call BTVI, our experts Gaurang Shah and Hemen Kapadia discuss trades in various industries.

NCLT allows Liberty House bid

NCLT allows Liberty House bid

NCLT has allowed consideration of Liberty House's bid for Bhushan Power & Steel. Ashutosh Kumar reports.

CoC rejects all 3 bids for Orchid Pharma

CoC rejects all 3 bids for Orchid Pharma

Orchid Pharma is in RBI's second list of defaulters and is at NCLT currently. The latest update is that the CoC has recently rejected all the three bids for Orchid Pharma. Priyanka Gawande reports.

TCS: First $100 billion Indian IT company

TCS: First $100 billion Indian IT company

TCS on Monday was in the news by becoming the first Indian company to breach market capitalisation (m-cap) of $100 billion.

Steady Q4 for HDFC Bank

Steady Q4 for HDFC Bank

A steady Q4FY18 for HDFC Bank as it has posted record profit of Rs 4799 Cr in Q4FY18. Lalitabh Srivastava, Banking Analyst at Sharekhan joined with his take on the results.

Always aspired to become a $100 Bn company: N Chandra

Always aspired to become a $100 Bn company: N Chandra

N Chandrasekaran, Chairman at Tata Sons says it’s an extremely proud moment for the company to be first Indian listed company to hit the coveted $100 billion m-cap figure and it will continue to deliver in terms of growth, profitability & cash flow.

RIL is very close to become a $100 Bn company: Hiren Ved

RIL is very close to become a $100 Bn company: Hiren Ved

Hiren Ved, Director and CIO at Alchemy Capital says more domestic demand oriented companies will make it to the $100 billion club soon.

Infosys can become the next $100 Bn Indian IT company: Mohandas Pai

Infosys can become the next $100 Bn Indian IT company: Mohandas Pai

Mohandas Pai, Chairman of Manipal Global Education says TCS has shown the way how an Indian IT company can be globally acclaimed enterprise.

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ZENSAR TECH Q4

Revenue up 9.5% at Rs 814 Cr vs Rs 743 Cr

EBIT up 79% at Rs 82 Cr vs Rs 45.8 Cr

EBIT margin at 10% vs 6.1%

Net Profit up 6.9x at Rs 74 Cr vs Rs 10.7 Cr

Other Income at Rs 26.7 Cr vs Loss of Rs 22.8 Cr

All figures are consolidated and comparable QoQ

PERSISTENT TECH Q4

Net Sales up 19% at Rs 344 Cr vs Rs 289 Cr

EBITDA up 15.7% at Rs 191 Cr vs Rs 165 Cr

EBTDA Margin at 55.5% vs 57%

Net Profit up 40.5% at Rs 142 Cr vs Rs 101 Cr

All figures are Consolidated & comparable YoY

OBEROI REALTY Q4

Net Sales up 19% at Rs 344 Cr vs Rs 289 Cr

EBITDA up 15.7% at Rs 191 Cr vs Rs 165 Cr

EBTDA Margin at 55.5% vs 57%

Net Profit up 40.5% at Rs 142 Cr vs Rs 101 Cr

All figures are Consolidated & comparable YoY

GIC HSG FINANCE Q4

PAT At Rs 60 Cr vs Rs 46.6 Cr, Up 28.8% YoY

NII at Rs 109 cr vs Rs 100 cr, up 9%

Revenue From Ops At Rs 296 Cr Vs Rs 266 Cr, Up 11.3% YoY

IDFC BANK Q4

PAT Rs 41.9 Cr vs Rs 176 Cr, Down 76% YoY

NII At Rs 453 Cr vs Rs 502 Cr, Down 10% YoY

Gross NPA At 3.31% vs 5.62% QoQ;

Net NPA At 1.69% vs 2.52% QoQ

Provisions At Rs 242 Cr vs Rs 108.6 Cr , up 2.2x QoQ

RAYMOND Q4

Revenue Rs 1,655 Cr vs Rs 1,506 Cr, Up 10% YoY

EBITDA Rs 176 Cr vs Rs 145 Cr, Up 21% YoY

EBITDA Margin 10.6% vs 9.6% YoY

PAT Rs 53 Cr vs Rs 33 Cr, Up 60% YoY

All Figures Are Consolidated

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