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15 stocks from this Nifty index surged up to 1,300 percent in 5 years
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15 stocks from this Nifty index surged up to 1,300 percent in 5 years
Data shows that barring Coal India and NMDC, the remaining 28 companies on the index have delivered handsome returns to investors over the past five years.

Eicher Motors topped the list with 1,327 per cent multibagger returns over five years, as the scrip jumped to Rs 31,522 on September 22 from Rs 2,208 on September 21, 2012.

Global financial services firm HSBC recently downgraded Eicher Motors to ‘hold’ citing possible growth moderation to high-to-mid teens levels in the coming quarters amid challenging premium valuations. However, it has raised the target price for the stock to Rs 35,000 from Rs 30,500 earlier.

FMCG major Britannia is another stock on the index, which has surged 786 per cent to Rs 4,259 from Rs 480 in the same period. Shares of food companies such as Britannia and Nestle are gaining market shares.

Shares of auto and auto ancillary majors Motherson Sumi, MRF, Maruti Suzuki and Hero MotoCorp have gained 671 per cent, 520 per cent, 515 per cent and 97 per cent, respectively, between September 2012 and this September. Market experts are bullish on the auto and auto ancillary space.

Global financial services firm Deutsche Bank recently initiated coverage of MRF and CEAT with ‘buy’ ratings and set target prices for the two at Rs 80,000 and Rs 2,150, respectively, citing revival in margins and volume growth.
Among other top gainers, shares of BPCL, Havells India, Torrent Pharma, Asian Paints and Titan have risen 324 per cent, 309 per cent, 275 per cent, 208 per cent and 149 per cent, respectively.

Shares of IT firms HCL Technologies and Tech Mahindra have surged 101 per cent and 211 per cent, respectively, in last five years.

FMCG majors Dabur India and Hindustan Unilever have gained 101 per cent and 134 per cent, respectively, in the same period. ICICI Securities is bullish on Dabur with a target price of Rs 331.