Healthy demand across developed markets is expected to bolster revenues of Indian IT services firms for the April-June quarter but margins may remain under pressure due to salary hikes, visa costs and a stronger rupee, market analysts have said.
Greyhound Research CEO Sanchit Vir Gogia said that the first quarter is expected to be relatively good, but he is more hopeful of July-September and October-December quarters.
“No doubt, April-June has been positive, but the present quarter and the third are expected to be better. We see pent-up demand rising in Europe, China is also looking good and the US market has picked up,” he added.
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