The company is set to report its Q3 earnings on Tuesday.
Investors await the earnings trajectory to get a sense of the economy's direction.
Sensex advanced 315 points or 0.88% and Nifty inched up 68 points or 0.63% last week.
Market has not been able to take a directional cue overall from the global markets.
Wobbly oil prices in global markets exerted pressure on shares of oil marketing companies.
Oil prices fell by 1 per cent in global markets, giving a leg up to the Indian rupee.
Centrum Broking expects TCS’ revenues to grow 1.8 per cent QoQ in constant currency (CC) terms.
The surge in domestic stocks was fuelled by bank, financials, auto and FMCG heavyweights.
Brokerages are not expecting any upbeat show from Infosys in Q3.
An extended rally in crude oil prices in global markets dragged the rupee lower.
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