Stock picks for July 19, 2012

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Stock picks for July 19, 2012
Following are a few stock picks recommended by analysts and experts.

Karnataka Bank: Shardul Kulkarni of Angel broking has recommended a sell rating on the stock, if the stock rises. Kulkarni told CNBC-Awaaz, "Short term investors should exit from Karnataka Bank on rise. The stock may go down to Rs 93-94 in next 15 days.

South Indian Bank: Emkay Global Financial Services has recommended hold rating on South Indian Bank  with a target of Rs 25, in its July 16, 2012 research report.

The report also said that the bank has been a steady performer with margins maintained at 3% and asset quality also better than most of the peers.

MindTree: Two analysts have put a hold option on the stock. K R Choksey has recommended hold rating on MindTree with a target of Rs 673, in its July 17, 2012 research report. SPA Research has also recommended hold rating on MindTree with a target of Rs 682, in its July latest research report.

Tata Power: Sudarshan Sukhani of S2Analytics has recommended buying Tata Power at current level. Sukhani told CNBC-TV18, "Tata Power is a stock that is now entering an uptrend and therefore it is a share that we want to buy every time we can. At current prices assuming that this market is bottoming out in the short-term, Tata Power becomes a buying opportunity."

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