In the past one year, HDFC Bank shares climbed more than 20 per cent.
The stock fell 4 per cent to Rs 304.45 in the cash market on Friday, making it the worst performer on the Nifty index.
Vijay Kedia held 1.01% in Kokuyo Camlin at the end of June.
"The India story is pretty much intact. There are still a lot of bumps over next nine months."
Kotak Institutional Equities cut target price by 4.5 per cent and Emkay Global by 6.7 per cent.
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ET takes a look at five such stocks which are gaining momentum in the futures segment.
Shares of HDFC Bank ended down 1.5 per cent at Rs 2,157.75 on Monday.
We can’t call it a bull market because a bull market is where there are excessive returns.
Brokers said 75 per cent of the total futures volume is stock futures.
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