Infosys, TCS, Wipro: Is the fall in IT stocks too much?

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In the last few weeks alone, analysts at JP Morgan, Kotak Institutional Equities and Nomura have expressed caution with regard to the IT sector, suggesting that the boom may be over, at least for now.

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Puneet Wadhwa |
New Delhi


After a sharp adjustment over the past few months, analysts appear to be cautiously optimistic about the information technology (IT) sector and suggest that there may be opportunities to trade at selected counters, despite concerns about revenue and growth that are still plaguing the sector. .

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First published: Thursday, 2 June 2022 11:02 IST

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