April 3 stock tips: IVRCL, Union Bank of India and more

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Markets opened the day flat in line with most Asian markets which were trading in a narrow range. Here are a few stock ideas from leading brokerage houses in the country.


Phani Sekhar, Fund Manager, Angel Broking is of the view that long term investor can holdIVRCL but from a medium term perspective that is six months to one year, I don't see much hope in this business

Larsen and Toubro

Sudarshan Sukhani of s2analytics.com advises to buy Larsen and Toubro (L&T) at current levels.
Sukhani told CNBC-TV18, "I would be a buyer in L&T but I would avoid all the midcap capital good stocks and infrastructure stocks because the context is not still available for buying."

Cairn India

Emkay Global Financial Services is bullish on Cairn India and has recommended buy rating on the stock with a target of Rs 397 in its April 1, 2013 research report.

"Recent correction in stock price provides a good entry point considering Cairn India's strong fundamentals (i.e. strong production growth visibility and higher FCF generation) and attractive valuations


Larsen and Toubro

Nitin Jain of Edelweiss Securities is of the view that one can hold Larsen and Toubro.

Jain told CNBC-TV18, " Larsen & Turbo (L&T) has been the only stocks in the infrastructure space that has been holding up and we don't seen any change in that trend, so if you have to hold any stock in that space L&T is the one to pick."




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