- Barrons.com•8 days ago
Shares of Indian information technology service provider Wipro (WIT) fell nearly 7% Tuesday after it reported a decline in fiscal first quarter earnings as expenses climbed. Nomura noted earlier this week that Wipro is among the Indian companies with UK revenue and therefore Brexit risk, at 11% of revenue. HSBC writes that the financial technology boom in the United States is positive for India IT firms, but that Infosys (INFY) and TCS have the most bank exposure.
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|Bid||11.05 x 1000|
|Ask||18.50 x 200|
|52wk Range||10.65 - 13.08|
|Day's Range||11.32 - 11.43|
|Avg Vol (3m)||495,974|
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