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November 30, 2012
14:56 EDTNDAQ, NYX, INFYInfosys to list its ADS on NYSE
Infosys earlier today announced that it will be transferring the listing of its American Depositary Shares to the NYSE (NYX) from the NASDAQ (NDAQ). The company is also seeking to list its ADS on the Paris and London exchanges of NYSE Euronext. Infosys ADS will begin trading on the NYSE Euronext markets in the U.S. under the ticker symbol 'INFY' on December 12. Until the transfer is complete, Infosys ADS will continue to trade in the U.S. under the ticker symbol 'INFY' on the NASDAQ. Once the separate Euronext listing process is complete, Infosys ADS will begin trading on the NYSE Euronext markets in Paris and London. The NYSE Euronext listing will not change Infosys float, share/ADR count and capital structure.
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October 12, 2015
13:01 EDTINFYInfosys slides after cutting its sales growth view, CFO resignation
Shares of India-based IT firm Infosys (INFY) are sliding after the company reported financial results for the second quarter and a reduced view for fiscal year 2016 revenue. The company also announced that its chief financial officer is leaving. WHAT'S NEW: This morning, Infosys reported second quarter earnings per share of 23c on revenue of $2.39B. Analysts were expecting EPS of 22c and revenue of $2.34B. The company also reduced its FY16 sales growth forecast in dollar terms to 6.4%-8.4% from earlier guidance of up 7.2%- 9.2%. On the company's Q2 earnings conference call, Vishal Sikka, the company's chief executive officer, spoke to the continued downward pressure on pricing on the traditional IT services. The company noted that while it is seeing strength in automotive and hi-tech, it is seeing some challenges in the aerospace sector. The company also noted softness in the industrial sector where there is exposure to oil and gas or mining. WHAT'S NOTABLE: In its earnings press release, Infosys disclosed that Rajiv Bansal, who has served as executive vice president and CFO of Infosys since October 2012, has informed the company of his intention to resign. He will be replaced by M.D. Ranganath at the close of business October 12. PRICE ACTION: In midday trading, Infosys is sliding 6.68% to $17.87.
05:20 EDTINFYInfosys sees FY16 revenue up 10%-12% in constant currency
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05:19 EDTINFYInfosys reports Q2 EPS 23c, consensus 22c
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October 8, 2015
14:56 EDTINFYInfosys October volatility elevated into Q2 and outlook
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07:25 EDTNDAQRosenblatt to hold a conference
8th Annual Global Exchange Leader Conference is being held in New York on October 8.
October 6, 2015
07:24 EDTNDAQbloomberg to hold a summit
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October 5, 2015
13:47 EDTINFYOptions with increasing volume
Options with increasing volume; DOW BBBY HOG INFY JBL SFUN YNDX AMAT CIT
October 1, 2015
08:00 EDTNDAQSecurity Traders Association to hold a conference
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September 30, 2015
18:36 EDTNDAQBATS to pay companies to list exchange-traded funds, WSJ says
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08:27 EDTINFYInfosys partners with General Electric for Internet of Things solutions
Infosys (INFY) will create new Internet of Things solutions in collaboration with General Electric (GE) and others to develop these solutions. The Industrial Internet Consortium, an international body of industries, governments and academics focused on developing best practices for the Industrial Internet, recently approved two Infosys-led testbeds: an Asset Efficiency Testbed tht enables holistic monitoring, analysis and optimization of critical infrastructure assets; and the Industrial Digital Thread Testbed, which creates more intelligent linkages between the three phases of manufacturing - design, production and field testing/service. IDT has been co-developed by Infosys and GE, and will be implemented first as a pilot project at GE Aviation.

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