TCS : 17% ऊपर जा सकता है टाटा का ये शेयर


The internationally renowned brokerage company UBS elevated its evaluation of the Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) stock to a "buy" recommendation from a "neutral" stance, lifting the target price to Rs 4,700 per share from the previous Rs 4,000, indicating a potential increase of 17 percent from the present market levels.

TCS को UBS से 4,050 रुपये के संशोधित लक्ष्य के साथ 4,700 रुपये के साथ ‘खरीदें’ कॉल मिली है, क्योंकि उसे लगा कि “Leader वापस आ गया है” और शेयर बाजार इस तथ्य को नजरअंदाज कर रहा है कि सबसे बड़ा वित्त वर्ष 2015 के मार्जिन में सुधार की रिपोर्ट के अलावा, आईटी फर्म 100-150 आधार अंकों की बिक्री वृद्धि में प्रतिस्पर्धियों से आगे रह सकती है।
UBS के Experts का अनुमान है कि TCS को Income Development के मामले में 100-150 आधार अंक (बीपीएस) तक अपने सहयोगियों का नेतृत्व करना चाहिए। UBS Investment फर्म ने कहा, “वित्त वर्ष 2025 तक TCS बढ़त के मामले में अपने साथियों से आगे रहने की संभावना है। हम मानते हैं कि Profit समझौते को देखते हुए बाजार अपने दोस्तों के साथ उस मानसिकता का मूल्यांकन नहीं कर रहा है।”

UBS said that the market isn’t totally considering the effect of the huge arrangement increase and extent of edge improvement through use, pyramid rebuilding and so forth. It accepts the market could be decidedly amazed by edge development in the approaching quarters. 


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“We believe TCS should be a key beneficiary of these trends and likely an outperformer relative to its peers. Strong revenue growth along with management’s cost rationalisation efforts should lead to expansion of operating margins. TCS has won multiple large deals in the managed services space, the ramp-up of which should start aiding revenue growth,” UBS said.

TCS Q3 results

The leading Indian software service provider achieved a 2 per cent year-on-year (YoY) growth in consolidated net profit, reaching Rs 11,058 crore, while revenue experienced a 4 per cent increase, total of Rs 60,583 crore.
Sequentially, the revenue saw a 1.5 per cent increase, while the profit declined by 2.5 per cent. TCS attributed this profit decline to a one-time charge of Rs 958 crore incurred during the quarter for the settlement of a legal claim.

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