The quarter remained weak in terms of revenue growth for companies across various sectors.
On Friday, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) bought shares worth $336.66 million worth of shares.
The Sensex has gained over 1,400 points after RBI cut interest rates on January 15 as oil’s crash cooled consumer prices.
The tech major has reported revenues of Rs 24,501 crore, a rise of 2.9 per cent on sequential basis and 15.1 per cent on a year-on-year basis.
The markets, however, have never reacted in such a manner to a rate cut action by the central bank.
About 21,000 MoUs will be signed during the three-day long summit.
The Hang Seng in Hong Kong and Nikkei 225 in Japan fell by 1.1 per cent and 1.6 per cent.
The NSE 50-share Nifty fell 100.05 points, or 1.17 per cent, to finish below key 8,500-mark at 8,438.25.
While unlisted firms witness up to 14 applications, those for mega and listed companies are in single digits.
Among domestic factors, optimism over improved corporate earnings, the possibility of an interest rate cut have improved sentiments further.
The three-month period ending September is the full quarter in operation after the change in government at the Centre.
“The rating committee of ICRA has after due consideration upgraded the long-term rating for Line of Credit from ICRA D to ICRA C,” the filing said.
The Sebi order also advised the market regulator to conduct a detailed probe into confirmation of bids by Citibank NA.
BSE Sensex closes at 25,480.84 on across-the-board losses in bluechips amid global sell-off.
Sebi has asked bourse for written explanation.
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