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Infosys Limited (INFY)

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    metoo
    • Infosys (NYSE:INFY): FQ3 GAAP EPS of $0.17 beats by $0.02.
    • Revenue of $3.51B (+8.3% Y/Y) beats by $70M.
    • Digital revenue grew 33.6% Y/Y to $1.76B. Core revenue was down 8.8% to $1.75B.
    • Operating margin rose from 21.9% to 25.4%.
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    Big
    Infosys will announce results for the third quarter ended December 31, 2020 on Wednesday, January 13, 2021. See below.
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    M
    Why is this stock getting punished after fantastic results. The street does not make scence...
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    Nick
    This is a hidden gem .. just wait till people hear about this stock. Every year making more money, 240k employees, 3.5 billion dollar contract! How the HECK IS THIS NOT A BUY?
    This will explode.
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    Bur
    I love this company. It goes up slowly but surely.
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    metoo
    Infosys resumed with a Conviction Buy at Goldman Sachs PT 16

    INFY Goldman Sachs analyst Sumeet Jain resumed coverage of Infosys with a Conviction Buy rating and $16 price target. The analyst expects the company to deliver double digit revenue growth through fiscal 2023 with stable margins. Infosys has one of the highest percentage of employees trained on various digital partners, the analyst points
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    Muellermilk
    This will rise so high
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    M
    Accenture news today shows demand for IT services is exploding. INFY stock can easily double soon...
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    metoo
    Does Infosys $INFY work together with NTNX? They seem to be the number 1 in the 3rd outsourcing revolution ...
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    metoo
    40 years of Infosys! Bonus on its way?
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    metoo
    Daimler AG, Infosys announce long-term IT infrastructure partnership Daimler AG (DDAIF) and Infosys (INFY), announced a long-term strategic partnership for a technology-driven IT infrastructure transformation. After the receipt of all regulatory approvals, Daimler AG will transform its IT operating model and infrastructure landscape across workplace services, service desk, data center, networks and SAP Basis together with Infosys. The company said the partnership will enable the company to deepen its focus on software engineering and to establish a fully scalable on-demand digital IT infrastructure and anytime-anywhere workplace. Daimler will work towards a model that ensures an IT infrastructure across its plants and regions, and supports consolidation of its data centers, scaling its IT operations. Some of the key deliverables from this partnership include: a smart hybrid cloud, leveraging Infosys Cobalt and leading cloud providers, accelerating the multi-cloud journey with a focus on open source adoption; a carbon neutral solution, by consolidating and rationalizing data centers across all regions; standardized technology stack by bringing in an ecosystem of best of breed partners; creation of a state of the art Zero Trust network with technology upgrades and persona-driven and cognitive, AI powered anytime-anywhere workplace solution that empowers the end-users As a part of this partnership, automotive IT infrastructure experts based out of Germany, wider Europe, the U.S. and the APAC region will transition from Daimler AG to Infosys. Infosys said it is well placed to realize this transition as an expert having integrated more than 16,000 employees through other partnerships in recent years with a high acceptance, retention and satisfaction rate.
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    Muellermilk
    +10% in Europe
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    metoo
    Run to 20 has begun.....
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    metoo
    Infosys has broken out....
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    Muellermilk
    Did they win the Daimler deal? Seems like trading volume went up. Are insiders covering?
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Infosys reached an all time high at 16.92
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    Muellermilk
    They are about to secure a 1.3 Billion dollar deal with Daimler?! This stock is gonna fly!
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    Totally
    With how much cash they're sitting on and how little debt I wonder why they don't buy back some of their shares?