The rise in the price of capital has already weighed heavily on related stocks around the world over the past few months
Topics Somato | Nazara Technologies | Political bazaar
Puneet Wadhwa | New Delhi
Last updated on June 30, 2022 12:19 IST
Tightening liquidity conditions and shifting the focus from growth to cash flow are likely to lead to consolidation among information technology (IT) companies in the new era, analysts say. With liquidity tightening, start-ups, they said, are shifting the focus from growth at all costs to preserving cash as survival becomes key.
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