(Bloomberg) — Shares of Wipro Ltd. slipped the most intraday in six months after its quarterly profit missed estimates, with some analysts saying they want to see more evidence of business recovery under the new leadership.
The software exporter posted July-September net income of 24.7 billion rupees on Tuesday, down 3.1% on-year and below an estimate of 25.2 billion rupees in a Bloomberg survey. The company also said it will spend as much as 95 billion rupees ($1.3 billion) buying back its shares at 400 rupees each.
Wipro’s stock slumped as much as 6.9% and was the worst performer on the benchmark NSE Nifty 50 Index on Wednesday. Investec, Antique Stock Broking and Spark Capital Advisors were among brokers that downgraded the stock.
“We await further evidence of execution of Wipro’s refreshed strategy and a successful turnaround from its growth struggles over the last decade before turning more
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We review Visa (V) (Buy-rated in our coverage) ahead of FY20 results on October 28, referencing last quarter’s results, recent volume data and management comments.
Since our initial Buy rating in June 2019, Visa shares have returned 25.3% (including dividends), slightly ahead of the S&P 500, behind Mastercard (MA) (Buy-rated) and PayPal (PYPL) (also Buy-rated), but far ahead of American Express (AXP) (Neutral-rated):
Stable Year-on-Year Volume Trends
The last set of Visa volume data was for August, which showed stable year-on-year trends in U.S. payments, with a 7% year-on-year growth (8% in July):
Debit card volume continues to lead the recovery, partly due to consumers using their debit cards in purchases that were previously made with cash withdrawn from ATMs. The year-on-year decline in Card Present decelerated slightly in late August, but volume was still down high-single-digits. Card Not Present (Excluding Travel) volume remained at 30% higher year-on-year.
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It’s been a month of constant drama for the Chinese video app TikTok, which remains mired in tensions between Washington and Beijing. First, TikTok succeeded in pushing off a ban in the United States — temporarily — by agreeing to sell a portion of its U.S. operations to two American companies, Oracle and Walmart. President Trump “blessed” the deal on Sept. 19, but then reversed course on Monday when it became clear that no one was on the same page. TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, said it would retain a majority stake in the app, disputing Mr. Trump’s demand that it cede all control. Adding even more confusion, the
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. hiring last week remained sluggish, retail foot traffic dipped, and a surge in coronavirus cases across the Upper Midwest even dented what had been a carefree rush back to restaurants.
The outbreaks in states like South Dakota, Montana and Wisconsin are the latest in the country’s carousel battle with the pandemic as hotspots rotate from one region to another, preventing any broad recovery of confidence or the economy.
Since an early summer jump in U.S. economic activity, data across a broad set of high-frequency indicators has shown little evidence of the sort of