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Hexaware up 11%

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The stock gained 11 per cent to Rs 79.85 after the company reported a healthy growth in net profit for the quarter ended September, 2009. The net profit rose almost four times to Rs 41.35 crore from Rs 11.51 crore in the same quarter a year ago.

However, its income from operations fell 11 per cent at Rs 263.16 crore as against Rs 294.62 crore in year-ago period.

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Hexaware up 11%

The stock gained 11 per cent to Rs 79.85 after the company reported a healthy growth in net profit for the quarter ended September, 2009. The net profit rose almost four times to Rs 41.35 crore from Rs 11.51 crore in the same quarter a year ago.

The stock gained 11 per cent to Rs 79.85 after the company reported a healthy growth in net profit for the quarter ended September, 2009. The net profit rose almost four times to Rs 41.35 crore from Rs 11.51 crore in the same quarter a year ago.

However, its income from operations fell 11 per cent at Rs 263.16 crore as against Rs 294.62 crore in year-ago period.

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