Exlservice Hldgs Inc (EXLS) falls -0.1420% for June 18

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Exlservice Hldgs Inc (NASDAQ: EXLS) shares fell -0.1420% to end trading Friday at $105.73 per share - a net change of $-0.15. Shares traded between $106.15 and $104.62 throughout the day.

About Exlservice Hldgs Inc

ExlService Holdings Inc. (EXL) is a leading operations management and analytics company that helps its clients build and grow sustainable businesses. By orchestrating its domain expertise, data, analytics and digital technology, EXL looks deeper to design and manage agile, customer-centric operating models to improve global operations, drive profitability, enhance customer satisfaction, increase data-driven insights, and manage risk and compliance. Headquartered in New York, EXL has approximately 31,900 professionals in locations throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, India, the Philippines, Colombia, Canada, Australia and South Africa. EXL serves customers in multiple industries including insurance, healthcare, banking and financial services, utilities, travel, transportation and logistics, media and retail, among others.

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