HCL Infosystems, an IT hardware and systems integrator, recorded a surge in share price on Tuesday (Jul. 18, 2017) after the leading financial daily stated Apple is likely to form distribution tie up with the company.
While clarifying on the media reports, the company said it is in various stages of discussion with multiple original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for distribution arrangement of their products.
HCL Infosystems, which has a strong presence across the country, witnessed a huge buying interest in the stock market on the hopes of distribution tie up with the iPhone maker.
The stock rallied 18.74 percent to settle above 200-day moving average on Tuesday. Moreover, the volume of shares also spiked 21 times over the past 30-days average.
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Heckyl Media Monitoring Tool showed a shift in average news sentiment (from negative to positive) for more than 20 companies from top 500 listed companies recently.
In our view, regular monitoring of media coverage can help corporate communications team to analyze news patterns and track movement in underlying sentiment for their company as well as competitors.
Surge in growth-oriented news flow in H1’17 signals improvement in India Inc business confidence: Heckyl
News flow related to growth-oriented business activities touched the highest level in 2-1/2 years indicating improvement in the business confidence of Indian companies, according to a study conducted by Heckyl, a leading Fintech engaged in news and financial data analytics.
Heckyl has analyzed news data for all the listed companies in India for the past 2-1/2 years covering over 51,000 growth-oriented news items for 1,915 companies.
The first half of 2017 witnessed a year-on-year rise of 15.10% and 11.20% over second half of 2016 in news items featuring growth-oriented business activities. At the same time, the number of companies mentioned in the growth-oriented news items has also grown 24.3% on a y-o-y basis and 23.7% over preceding six months.
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To help banks in identifying potential corporate borrowers, Heckyl has developed Business Intelligence (BI) module. Heckyl’s BI module, powered by news and sentiment analytics, identifies companies, who at some point in time, may require funds to finance their various business operations.
Any news update on business orders, new projects, expansion and growth plans, product launch, fund raising, joint venture, M&A, business transactions etc. is potential corporate lending opportunity for the banks.
To remain relevant in today’s fast-changing world, a business organization needs to stay abreast with the latest happenings in the sector. It is extremely important for a company to keep an eye on its competitors to protect its business interest.
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In today’s digital world, a crisis can quickly become a public relation disaster if the corporate communications team fails to respond to deteriorating news coverage in time. However, keeping a tab on ever-growing sources of news and social media in real-time could be a daunting task. Moreover, quantifying underlying news sentiment requires specialized skills such as natural language processing (NLP) and text analysis.
Heckyl’s media monitoring tool, which leverages our news analytics and sentiment analysis capabilities, can help corporate communications team to monitor media coverage and its underlying sentiment in real-time. Read the rest of this entry »