Infosys, TCS, Wipro: Is the fall in information technology stocks overdone?

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In the last few weeks alone, analysts at JP Morgan, Kotak Institutional Equities and Nomura had sounded caution on the IT sector, suggesting that the heydays may be over, at least for now


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Puneet Wadhwa  | 
New Delhi 

After a sharp correction over the last few months, analysts seem to be turning cautiously optimistic on the information technology (IT) sector and suggest there could be trading opportunities in select counters despite revenue and growth concerns that still plague the sector.

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First Published: Thu, June 02 2022. 11:02 IST

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