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These are Thursday's biggest brokerage calls: Infosys, Aurobindo Pharma and more

Updated : 2020-02-20 08:49:59

The Indian market is likely to open higher tracking gains in global markets on optimism that China would take more measures to prop up its economy. Among the brokerage calls, JPMorgan and Citi maintained positive view on Aurobindo Pharma over regulatory clearance. Here are other brokerage calls for Thursday

Citi maintained 'Buy' rating on Aurobindo Pharma. It believes that the company is best placed to navigate the more competitive generics landscape.
Citi maintained 'Buy' rating on Aurobindo Pharma. It believes that the company is best placed to navigate the more competitive generics landscape.
JPMorgan maintained 'Overweight' call on Aurobindo Pharma with a target price at Rs 730. It believes Unit-IV clearance removes overhang.
JPMorgan maintained 'Overweight' call on Aurobindo Pharma with a target price at Rs 730. It believes Unit-IV clearance removes overhang.
Macquarie maintained Outperform call on Infosys and factored in an EBIT margin of 21.6 percent for FY20 and 22.9 percent for FY21.
Macquarie maintained Outperform call on Infosys and factored in an EBIT margin of 21.6 percent for FY20 and 22.9 percent for FY21.
Citi gave a 'Buy' call on Hero MotoCorp. It believes valuations are attractive at current level.
Citi gave a 'Buy' call on Hero MotoCorp. It believes valuations are attractive at current level.
Macquarie maintained 'Underperform' rating on Bandhan Bank. It feels potential upside is capped given stock supply overhangs.
Macquarie maintained 'Underperform' rating on Bandhan Bank. It feels potential upside is capped given stock supply overhangs.
Morgan Stanley upgraded Federal Bank to 'Equal-weight' and raised the target price to Rs 95 from Rs 80 earlier as it expects a gradual recovery in RoE going forward.
Morgan Stanley upgraded Federal Bank to 'Equal-weight' and raised the target price to Rs 95 from Rs 80 earlier as it expects a gradual recovery in RoE going forward.
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