Information technology stocks fell slightly


Information technology stocks were trading in the red, with the S&P BSE IT Sector Index losing 991.47 points or 3.42% to 28031.03 at 1:47 p.m. IST.

Among the constituents of the S&P BSE IT Sector Index, NIIT Ltd (down 9.17%), Persistent Systems Ltd (down 8.58%), Mphasis Ltd (down 8.35%), Birlasoft Ltd (down 8.31%), Aptech Ltd (down 7.65%), were the big losers. Other losers included Aurionpro Solutions Ltd (down 6.97%), Affle India Ltd (down 6.58%), Cyient Ltd (down 6.38%), Coforge Ltd (down 6 .27%) and CE Info Systems Ltd (down 6.18%).

On the other hand, Brightcom Group Ltd (+4.93%) and Cigniti Technologies Ltd (+0.02%) are up.

As of 1:47 p.m. IST, the S&P BSE Sensex was down 320.54 or 0.59% at 53732.07.

The Nifty 50 index fell 98.05 points or 0.61% to 16027.1.

The S&P BSE Small-Cap Index lost 704.41 points or 2.72% to 25179.44.

The S&P BSE 150 Midcap Index fell 165.35 points or 2.09% to 7751.07.

On the BSE, 638 stocks were trading green, 2599 were trading red and 133 were unchanged.

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