Dear TCS investors Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a prominent company within the Tata Group, has delivered substantial profits to its investors. In just the past week, investors in the company’s shares have seen their wealth surge by over Rs 30,000 crore. When examining the market cap of the top 10 companies listed in the Sensex index of the stock market, the combined value of the five included companies has risen by a total of Rs 86,234.73 crore. Notably, TCS emerged as the top gainer, while Reliance experienced the most significant loss.
TCS Investors’ Wealth Surge
The five Sensex companies witnessing a rise in market capitalization last week include TCS, HDFC Bank, Infosys, HUL, and Bajaj Finance. During this period, TCS’s market capitalization reached Rs 13,24,649.78 crore, signifying a wealth increase of Rs 32,730.22 crore for the company’s investors. Investors in this Tata Group company have thus reaped substantial benefits.
|Company name||Tata Consultancy Services Limited (TCS)|
|Industry||Information technology (IT) services, consulting, and business solutions|
|Number of employees||592,000+|
|Stock ticker||TCS (BSE and NSE)|
Other Benefiting Companies
In addition to TCS, other companies have also brought gains to their investors. Bajaj Finance saw an increase of Rs 21,697.96 crore, with its market cap reaching Rs 4,94,884.37 crore. Infosys, a major player in the IT sector, experienced an increase of Rs 18,057.94 crore in market cap, reaching Rs 6,13,655.04 crore. Hindustan Unilever Limited’s market value in this list grew by Rs 7,730.16 crore to Rs 5,87,104.12 crore, while HDFC Bank’s capitalization increased by Rs 6,018.45 crore to Rs 11,63,164.31 crore.
Reliance Investors Face Losses
Among the five companies where investors incurred losses last week, Reliance Industries Limited, led by Mukesh Ambani, topped the list. Reliance’s market cap fell by Rs 19,336.49 crore to Rs 15,68,216.88 crore in a week. Following this, the most significant decline was in ICICI Bank’s market cap, decreasing by Rs 4,671.54 crore to Rs 6,62,057.43 crore. SBI’s market cap declined by Rs 4,105.33 crore to Rs 5,30,211.19 crore, and ITC’s market cap dropped by Rs 2,743.6 crore to Rs 5,51,463.84 crore. Bharti Airtel investors also faced a loss of Rs 196.19 crore, with its market cap declining to Rs 5,19,082.95 crore.
Reliance Remains Most Valuable
Despite the significant decline in Reliance’s market cap during the period, the company continues to be the most valuable in the country in terms of market value. Following Reliance are Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HDFC Bank, Infosys, Hindustan Unilever (HUL), ITC, State Bank of India (SBI), Bharti Airtel, and Bajaj Finance.
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