An analysis of remuneration disclosures made by top listed companies forming part of the blue-chip index Sensex -- under directions of the capital markets regulator Sebi -- shows that the pay packages of senior-most personnel such as CEOs and executive chairmen continue to remain high and rose further at most private sector firms during 2016-17.
In the technology space, Infosys rose 0.62 percent to USD 17.87 and Wipro gained 2.03 percent at USD 12.08.
In technology space, Infosys rose 1.97 percent to USD 32.53 and Wipro gained 0.75 percent at USD 12.09.
Indian ADRs ended mixed on Friday. In the technology space, Infosys gained 0.21 percent at USD 31.19 and Wipro rose 0.12 percent to USD 11.59 per ADR.
Indian ADRs closed higher on Thursday. In the banking space, ICICI Bank was up 0.66 percent to USD 10.69 and HDFC Bank gained 1.9 percent at USD 60.61 per ADR.
Indian ADRs closed higher on Thursday. In the banking space, HDFC Bank rallied 2.69 percent to USD 63.44 per ADR and rival ICICI Bank was up 0.35 percent at USD 11.59.
Indian ADRs ended flat with a negative bias on Wednesday. HDFC Bank fell 0.06 percent to USD 50.86 per ADR while ICICI Bank rose 0.08 percent to USD 11.65.
Tata Motors climbed 0.42 percent to USD 45.44 and Dr Reddy's Labs was up 0.94 percent at USD 50.57.
Among banks, HDFC Bank declined 0.40 percent to USD 47.92 and ICICI Bank was down 0.24 percent to USD 50.54 per ADR.
In the technology space, Infosys was down 0.11 percent to USD 61.11 and Wipro lost 0.18 percent to USD 12.19.
Indian ADRs closed higher on Friday. In the technology space, Infosys rose 0.83 percent to USD 54.95 while rival Wipro fell 1.3 percent to USD 12.86.
In the banking space, private sector lender ICICI Bank climbed 1.22 percent to USD 35.68, but its rival HDFC Bank was down 0.06 percent to USD 33.59.
In the technology space, Infosys rose 1.58 percent to USD 59.30 and Wipro was up 0.62 percent at USD 12.97.
In the banking space, ICICI Bank slipped 1.14 percent to USD 32.17 and HDFC Bank declined 0.57 percent to USD 31.29.
In the banking space, HDFC Bank was down 1.9 percent to USD 34.15 and ICICI Bank declined 1.28 percent to USD 35.58.
In the technology space, Infosys climbed 2.92 percent to USD 57.15 and Wipro jumped 2.6 percent to USD 12.65.
In the technology space, Infosys was down 0.21 percent to USD 56.88 while Wipro gained 0.96 percent to USD 12.61.
In the technology space, Infosys rose 0.8 percent to USD 57 and Wipro advanced 2.88 percent to USD 12.49.
Wipro climbed 0.43 percent to USD 11.70 and Infosys closed at USD 54.37, up 0.91 percent over previous day.
In Asia, Nikkei has risen to a new six-month peak on supportive comments from the Bank of Japan, while the rest of the basket is trading soft on the back of a negative US lead.
In the technology space, Wipro rose 1.66 percent to USD 11.67 and Infosys was up 1.56 percent at USD 54.02.
Among banks, HDFC Bank climbed 0.55 percent to USD 32.79 and ICICI Bank gained 0.32 percent at USD 34.52.
Among technology stocks, Infosys gained 0.68 percent to USD 53.59 while Wipro fell 0.78 percent to USD 11.45.
In the technology space, Wipro rose 1.05 percent to USD 11.56 whereas Infosys fell 0.26 percent to USD 54.13.
Among banks, ICICI Bank lost 2.55 percent to USD 31.29 and HDFC Bank slipped 0.09 percent to USD 33.31.