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Wednesday's top brokerage calls: Titan, Torrent Pharma and more

Updated : 2020-05-27 09:09:56

Among brokerages, Morgan Stanley remains 'underweight' on Titan while CLSA is bullish on Torrent Pharma. Here are the top brokerage calls for today:

 Morgan Stanley on Titan:  The brokerage remains 'underweight' on the stock. It said that demand revival will take time given the macro and business headwinds.
Morgan Stanley on Titan: The brokerage remains 'underweight' on the stock. It said that demand revival will take time given the macro and business headwinds.
 CLSA on Torrent Pharma:  The brokerage maintained an 'outperform' call on the stock, saying higher-than-expected gross margins drove 15 percent EBITDA growth.
CLSA on Torrent Pharma: The brokerage maintained an 'outperform' call on the stock, saying higher-than-expected gross margins drove 15 percent EBITDA growth.
 CLSA on Cement:  The brokerage sees a pick-up in activity in the cement sector. Demand back to 30-80 percent of normal, in areas where the activity is resuming, the brokerage added.
CLSA on Cement: The brokerage sees a pick-up in activity in the cement sector. Demand back to 30-80 percent of normal, in areas where the activity is resuming, the brokerage added.
 Jefferies on NTPC & PowerGrid:  The brokerage maintained 'buy' on NTPC and 'hold' on PowerGrid. It added that the companies will give 20-25 percent rebate on fixed charges for the lockdown period.
Jefferies on NTPC & PowerGrid: The brokerage maintained 'buy' on NTPC and 'hold' on PowerGrid. It added that the companies will give 20-25 percent rebate on fixed charges for the lockdown period.
 Credit Suisse on Financials : Rising risk aversion and rating downgrades will add to asset quality stress, said the brokerage, adding that despite growing liquidity, banks are turning even more risk-averse.
Credit Suisse on Financials: Rising risk aversion and rating downgrades will add to asset quality stress, said the brokerage, adding that despite growing liquidity, banks are turning even more risk-averse.
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