Ashwani Gujral of ashwanigujral.com suggests buying IFCI, Motherson Sumi and Punjab National Bank.
Quoting a report, he said there are 20,000 startups in India and 90 per cent of them are B2C, because they are started by young people barely out of college.
Former Chief Financial Officer of Infosys, T V Mohandas Pai said such "exaggerated" reports are based on a few events and there are attempts to blow them up.
KR Choksey recommended buy rating on Infosys with a target price of Rs 1158 in its research report dated July 14, 2017.
Given the current market strength, bulls are not ready to give up easily and hence, it seems the Nifty is likely to touch 10,000 level soon, even though experts consistently saying valuations are stretched.
The IT bellwether’s first quarter earnings beat analysts' expectations on all counts on Friday, with the company retaining its full year constant currency revenue growth guidance.
ICICI Direct has recommended hold rating on Infosys with a target price of Rs 1040 in its research report dated July 17, 2017.
Rahul Shah of Motilal Oswal suggests buying Dewan Housing Finance, Infosys, JSW Steel and ITC.
According to Mitessh Thakkar of mitesshthakkar.com, one may buy Cadila Healthcare, Indian Bank, ACC and Syngene and can sell Petronet LNG.
Wipro joins the growing roster of Indian IT firms that have announced buyback offers to return surplus cash on their books to their shareholders.
The point of building the autonomous vehicle at Infosys' Mysore facility, CEO said was to re-skill and up-skill employees with new emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence.
Asserting that hiring in the US will not impact its recruitment plans in India, the Bengaluru-based company said it has rolled out campus offers to 19,000 people.
With lack of conviction on sustaining growth, limited margin levers and likely pricing pressure from legacy contracts, CLSA remained unconvinced of differentiation and stayed underperform on the stock.
In rupee revenue terms, TCS and Infosys each posted 0.2 percent degrowth.
IT giant Infosys beat analysts' expectations on earnings front in the quarter ended June 2017. To discuss the quarterly performance and the outlook going forward CNBC-TV18 spoke to Vishal Sikka, MD & CEO, Pravin Rao, COO and MD Ranganath, CFO of Infosys.
Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka arrived in style at the company's media briefing in a 'driverless' cart, a vehicle that has been indigenously developed at its Mysore centre.
Infosys added 6 clients in USD 25 million category, 1 client in USD 10 million category and 8 clients in USD 1 million band but the client addition in USD 100 million category reduced to 18 from 19 QoQ.
The Q1 revenues grew sequentially by 3.2 percent in USD terms to $2651 million and 2.7 percent in constant currency terms. The revenues grew 6 percent on a year-on-year basis in USD terms.
Ashwani Gujral of ashwanigujral.com suggests buying Yes Bank, Indiabulls Housing Finance, Aurobindo Pharma, Capital First and RBL Bank.
The IT bellwether has maintained its constant currency revenue growth guidance at 6.5-8.5 percent (which was 8.3 percent in FY17 and 13.3 percent in FY16) .
Net Sales are expected to decrease by 0.6 percent Q-o-Q (up 1.4 percent Y-o-Y) to Rs 17015 crore, according to Edelweiss. Infosys to report net profit at 3495.2 crore down 3% quarter-on-quarter.
Dollar revenue is expected to increase 2.6 percent to USD 2,636.2 million QoQ and constant currency revenue growth may be at 2 percent.
Analysts feel the large deal pipeline continued to be healthy but skewed towards renewals rather than new wins.
According to Shahina Mukadam, Independent Market Expert, one may hold Infosys.
Sudarshan Sukhani of s2analytics.com suggests buying Mahindra and Mahindra, Infosys and HDFC and advises selling Cummins India and CESC.