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These are Monday's biggest brokerage calls: Vodafone Idea, Airtel, Sun TV, ONGC and more

Updated : 2020-02-17 08:30:02

The Indian market is expected to open lower on Monday tracking global markets, as coronavirus scare continues. Back home, DoT planning to initiate actions against telecom companies could also weigh on the market. Among brokerages, CLSA has a 'sell' call on Vodafone Idea, while Jefferies cut the target price of ONGC. Here are the top brokerage calls for Monday:

 CLSA on Vodafone Idea:  The brokerage maintained a 'sell' call on the stock but cut its target to Rs 3.5 per share from Rs 5.5 earlier.
CLSA on Vodafone Idea: The brokerage maintained a 'sell' call on the stock but cut its target to Rs 3.5 per share from Rs 5.5 earlier.
 Jefferies on ONGC:  The brokerage has a 'buy' rating on the stock but cut its target to Rs 155 per share from Rs 160 earlier. It also cut FY20 EPS estimate by 6 percent to factor in softer Q3.
Jefferies on ONGC: The brokerage has a 'buy' rating on the stock but cut its target to Rs 155 per share from Rs 160 earlier. It also cut FY20 EPS estimate by 6 percent to factor in softer Q3.
 Nomura on ONGC:  The brokerage has a 'buy' rating on the stock with a target at Rs175 per share. It also lowered its FY20 EPS estimate by 4 percent on weak Q3.
Nomura on ONGC: The brokerage has a 'buy' rating on the stock with a target at Rs175 per share. It also lowered its FY20 EPS estimate by 4 percent on weak Q3.
 Motilal Oswal on AGR Verdict:  Supreme Court Order leaves telcos with limited options to get relief from legal or government sources, said the brokerage. It also sees far-reaching serious ramifications on the telecom and banking sectors.
Motilal Oswal on AGR Verdict: Supreme Court Order leaves telcos with limited options to get relief from legal or government sources, said the brokerage. It also sees far-reaching serious ramifications on the telecom and banking sectors.
 Axis Capital on AGR Verdict:  According to the brokerage, Vodafone Idea’s debt burden is high, while Bharti Airtel is better placed to make payments. It added that Bharti may continue to gain market share at an accelerated pace.
Axis Capital on AGR Verdict: According to the brokerage, Vodafone Idea’s debt burden is high, while Bharti Airtel is better placed to make payments. It added that Bharti may continue to gain market share at an accelerated pace.
 Macquarie on Apollo Hospitals:  The brokerage has an 'outperform' call on the stock and raised its target to Rs 1,905 per share from Rs 1,675 earlier. The stock delivered another stellar performance in Q3 said the brokerage.
Macquarie on Apollo Hospitals: The brokerage has an 'outperform' call on the stock and raised its target to Rs 1,905 per share from Rs 1,675 earlier. The stock delivered another stellar performance in Q3 said the brokerage.
 CLSA on Apollo Hospitals:  The brokerage maintains 'buy' call on the stock and raised its target to Rs 2,100 per share from Rs 1,800 earlier. Focus on execution should improve its margin over FY21-22, CLSA noted.
CLSA on Apollo Hospitals: The brokerage maintains 'buy' call on the stock and raised its target to Rs 2,100 per share from Rs 1,800 earlier. Focus on execution should improve its margin over FY21-22, CLSA noted.
 Nomura on Sun TV:  The brokerage maintains a 'buy' call on the stock but raised its target to Rs 731 per share from Rs 689 earlier.
Nomura on Sun TV: The brokerage maintains a 'buy' call on the stock but raised its target to Rs 731 per share from Rs 689 earlier.
 Macquarie on Sun TV:  The brokerage maintains 'outperform' call on the stock with a target at Rs 596 per share. It added that the recent market share gain is a key positive.
Macquarie on Sun TV: The brokerage maintains 'outperform' call on the stock with a target at Rs 596 per share. It added that the recent market share gain is a key positive.
 Morgan Stanley on IndusInd Bank:  The brokerage is 'overweight' on the stock but cut its target to Rs 1,450 per share from Rs 1,800 earlier. It expects the stock to remain rangebound in the near-term after sharp de-rating.
Morgan Stanley on IndusInd Bank: The brokerage is 'overweight' on the stock but cut its target to Rs 1,450 per share from Rs 1,800 earlier. It expects the stock to remain rangebound in the near-term after sharp de-rating.
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