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Tata Consultancy Services Ltd is trading at Rs 3209.6, up 0.3% from the 12:49 pm IST day on the NSE. The stock is up 52.2% over the past year, compared to a 56.03% gain for NIFTY and a 87.09% gain for Nifty IT.

Tata Consultancy Services Ltd rose today for the fifth consecutive year. The stock trades at Rs 3209.6, up 0.3% from when it was 12:49 PM on the NSE. The NIFTY benchmark is up about 0.28% on the day and is trading at 15784.25. The Sensex is at 52386.48, an increase of 0.21%. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd was up around 2.04% last month.

The Nifty IT index, which Tata Consultancy Services Ltd is a part of, is up around 5.69% last month and is currently trading at 27,623.8, up 0.52% from the day. The volume of the stock was 8.81 lakh shares today, compared to the daily average of 22.01 lakh shares last month.

The benchmark June futures contract for the stock trades at Rs 3220, up 0.1% over the day. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd is up 52.2% over the last year, compared to a 56.03% increase for the NIFTY and a 87.09% increase for the Nifty IT Index.

The P / E ratio of the share is 37.17 based on TTM gains through March 21.

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