Finance News : Motilal Oswal says 2 large cap stocks for a return of up to 47% as recommended

Buy Maruti Suzuki to earn up to 20%

Motilal Oswal has suggested raising the market price of Maruti Suzuki shares to Rs 6,848 at this time with a target of Rs 8,200. Brokers say that while underlying demand remains stable, the near term is uncertain due to the semiconductor deficit and the long-term consequences of price inflation, which is reflected in 2QFY22. We expect new product launches to be re-launched after a two-year hiatus, including a mix of whole product upgrades and new Mannequin launches. It should go back to high volume, market share and profitability. Profits are close to a river, and margins could rise below 1HFY22.

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Current Market Price Rs 6,848
Target Price Rs 8,200
Upside Potential 20%


“We see further improvement in dividend payments and consequent recurring opportunities. The stock trades at 36.4x / 22.5x FY22E / FY23E combined EPS. We value the company at 27x Mar’23E combined EPS. INP 8,200 / share TP,” the brokerage said.

Buy State Bank of India for earnings of as much as 47%

Motilal Oswal advised buying this time for SBI shares.

According to Motilal Oswal, before the company hit earnings at the worst interval of the cycle, SBIN continued to supply above 15% RoE for ten years, for which purpose the financial institution posted back-to-back losses on FY17 / FY18. It recorded a stable FY21 / 1QFY22 efficiency in a troubled local climate. Deposit progress was strong due to constructive CASA development, but mortgage progress is expected to decline in FY22-23. The outlook for high-quality resources can be very promising. The administration has raised the PCR to 68%. Progress of revenue can be increased by setting up continuous restoration.


Current Market Price Rs 407
Target Price Rs 600
Upside Potential +47%

Asset high-quality efficiency resilient in 1QFY22, regardless of the second COVID wave

“SBIN COVID contains an unused covid-related provision of INR91b, which limits credit costs. SBIN reported a RoE of .5 9.5% in FY21 – the highest since AQR started in FY16 and now aims to reclaim 15% RoE in the medium term. We project a RoA / RoE of 0.8% / 14.6% by FY23E, and republish SBIN as our top purchase with INR 600 / share (1.4x FY23E ABV + INR190 / share from partner), ”the brokerage said.

Despite the trouble in the first quarter of the fiscal year due to the second Kovid wave, the financial institution has ensured resilience, the recent INR 156.7 billion (annual slippage ratio of two .6%, which is lower than many personal competitors).

Despite the fact that slips led by the retail / SME portfolio grew significantly in July, the administration insisted that} 48 billion worth of slips had already been recovered / upgraded.


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