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Dalal Street Investment Journal|December 21, 2020
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KING OF GOOD TIMES

UBL

BSE Code: 532478

CMP: 1,157.15

The company owns the famous beer brand ‘Kingfisher’, a name synonymous with beer in India. In Q2 the company saw a sequential improvement in total revenue from its operations. Further, with Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal introducing a new excise policy for beer, the product’s price has decreased, attracting greater consumer interest. The company has reduced its net debt by 27 crore and interest cost was down by 20 per cent in the first half. This stock could be the ‘king of good times’ in your portfolio.

PLAYING FOR BIG BUCKS

JM Financial

BSE Code: 523405

CMP: 91.40

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