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Stock Analyst Choice

The fall in profitability after the Ranbaxy acquisition may have weighed heavily upon investors but it's just a matter of time that the company turns around its acquisitions | |
No matter how many international car companies may have entered India, Maruti, the home-grown car brand, has maintained its leadership over the years | |
Lupin started as a TB specialist and grew itself over the years through acquisitions. Things went on so well that it made its shareholders as rich as Croesus | |
A relatively new bank, Kotak Mahindra has the highest non-interest income as per cent of revenue, which acts like a cushion to the bank's profitability | |
HDFC Bank's stock always trades at a premium to the sector, which suggests high quality and clear visibility of profitability | |
HCL Tech has seen fast growth, which catapulted it in the league of big Indian IT companies. Buy it for the long term | |
Dr Reddy's Laboratories has proved to be one of the best pharma stocks as far as the growth in its revenues and profitability is concerned | |
When major auto manufacturers struggled, Bosch reported annual sales growth of 20% and EBITDA growth of 25% in the last five years | |
If you are looking for steady growth in the banking sector, Axis Bank could be a good bet. The bank's low-cost operations translate into high profits | |
The pain industry is a proxy for economic growth and Asian Paints has a strong brand recall to make the most of it | |
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