Must-reads from the week: 10 stocks with strong recos, how India can save $4 billion in oil imports and struggles of TCS
Our curated selection of 5 of our best stories this weekend. We tell you the companies that have scored high this week in analysts’ recommendations, how one company is helping India cut its oil import bill and why TCS is struggling to get employees back to office.
1. Here’s a list of companies that have 10/10 average score and ‘Strong Buy/Buy’ recommendations from analysts.
Weekly Top Picks: These stocks scored 10 on 10 on Stock Reports Plus
2. Analysts are forecasting a comeback of the stocks from the pharmaceutical sector. The list is based on upside potential estimated by the analysts and the stock with the highest potential.
These 6 pharmaceutical sector stocks can deliver over 34% returns
3. Despite all that the US Fed does and wants to achieve, there are stocks from banking and metal sectors which are getting the attention of analysts in diverse spaces like banking and metal. Analysts have raised their expectations even before the event. Will these large caps support the hypothesis which analysts are making even in volatile markets?
Analysts are betting on 4 largecap stocks that can rise up to 20%
4. India’s dependence on imported oil burns a substantial hole in its foreign exchange. Alternate fuels like ethanol and second-generation ethanol can significantly reduce our oil bill. Pune-based Regreen Excel has home-grown solutions to make that happen.
$4 billion savings in oil import bill: How Regreen Excel is playing a part with its innovation
5. Not more than 20% of TCS employees have returned to work from office, according to people aware of the matter, although the company has sought to woo the workforce with nostalgic office pictures on its social media handles.
TCS struggles to get young employees back to office
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