Updated – July 2021

Best
Best Large-Cap Stocks to Buy Now in India

In this article, we will cover,

– What are large-cap companies
– Important characteristics of Large-cap companies
– Financial factors to keep in mind while collating the list of best large cap stocks to buy
– A comprehensive and well-researched list of best large cap stocks to buy now
– A model portfolio to gain exposure to the best large cap stocks in the Indian market
– Portfolio companies
– A detailed table offering an overview of the best large cap stocks to buy excluding the Banking and financial sector
– A detailed table offering an overview of the best large-cap stocks to buy consisting of only the companies from the banking and financial sector

What are large-cap companies?

Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) defines large caps as 1st-100th company in terms of full market capitalization which means stocks from those companies that are ranked within the top 100 on the stock exchange in terms of market capitalization. Large cap stocks make up most of the equity market and generally form the core portfolio investments of many market participants. India’s market leading indices like the BSE SENSEX and NIFTY 50 comprises l`arge cap stocks only. Large cap stocks should be part of one’s investment portfolio as these companies generate stable revenues and earnings. Companies in large caps are stalwarts in their own industry and belong to the mature lot on exchanges.

Characteristics of Large-Cap companies

Given the huge size, a large cap company is easily recognizable and financially stable with a large distribution network. These companies typically sell quality products and services that are widely accepted across the country. Because of these qualities such companies are more resilient to economic downturns. They may continue to grow or operate profitably even in adverse market conditions. And this is one of the reasons these companies are relatively less sensitive to wide market fluctuations when compared to Mid Cap and Small Cap companies. These companies are large and pretty well-established, having a history of consistent performance with stable and growing earnings and profits.  These companies are financially resilient with negligible to zero debt levels and are capable of surviving turbulent economic situations.

Further, it is often seen that a large cap business is less affected by unfavorable financial conditions during recessionary periods. It is imperative to note that an investor must look for operational efficiency in terms of stringent working capital requirement/ cycle along with superior cash conversion cycle. Investors are advised to avoid these large cap companies with high promoter pledge. Promoters with stable or increasing shareholding must be preferred over other large cap players.       

IInvesting in large cap stocks is recommended for investors with a conservative risk profile to meet their long term goals of at least 8-10 years. But investing in these companies is ideal for all investors to grow their wealth over a long period without exposing themselves to a lot of risk and volatility. Some portion of an investor’s portfolio can always be exposed to large caps stocks for stable less risky returns depending on their risk profile.

Financial factors to keep in mind while determining the best large-cap stocks to buy

Apart from the characteristics discussed above, an investor must keep a few key financial factors of large cap companies in mind before investing. Most of these companies in India have market capitalization greater than Rs. 50,000 Crs. These companies have a track record of consistently increasing their topline and operating margins on an upward trajectory.

They are generally debt free companies, however, a low and stable debt to equity ratio may also be considered as a significant characteristic. Large cap stocks tend to be dividend-paying stocks, allowing investors to generate a regular passive income. They generally do this to compensate investors for the largely stagnant stock prices as they have the earnings to do so. Also, these companies should have a high return ratio (both return on equity and return on capital employed), high interest coverage ratio, ability to consistently generate cash flows along with other factors. 

Summary of the Best large cap stocks to Buy now in India (Excluding Banking Companies)

Sr.No Company Name BSE Script Code NSE Symbol CMP (as on 15th June, 2021) Rating Industry
1 Reliance Industries Ltd. 500325 RELIANCE 2249.7 1.0 Integrated Oil & Gas
2 Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. 532540 TCS 3262.5 5.0 Information Technology
3 Hindustan Unilever Ltd. 500696 HINDUNILVR 2391.2 5.0 FMCG
4 Infosys Ltd. 500209 INFY 1472.9 4.0 Information Technology
5 Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. 500010 HDFC 2544.4 5.0 Finance – Housing
6 Bharti Airtel Ltd. 532454 BHARTIARTL 542.6 0.5 Telecom
7 ITC Ltd. 500875 ITC 207.1 4.0 FMCG
8 Asian Paints Ltd. 500820 ASIANPAINT 3041.9 4.0 Chemical – Paints
9 Nestle India Ltd. 500790 NESTLEIND 17679.5 5.0 FMCG
10 HCL Technologies Ltd. 532281 HCLTECH 985.4 4.0 Information Technology
11 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. 532500 MARUTI 7168.5 1.0 Automobiles & Ancillaries
12 Larsen & Toubro Ltd. 500510 LT 1511.0 0.5 Infrastructure
13 Titan Company Ltd. 500114 TITAN 1723.5 0.5 Diamond & Jewellery
14 Britannia Industries Ltd. 500825 BRITANNIA 3630.1 3.0 FMCG
15 Bajaj Auto Ltd. 532977 BAJAJ-AUTO 4138.0 4.5 Automobiles & Ancillaries
16 Eicher Motors Ltd. 505200 EICHERMOT 2763.2 2.0 Automobiles & Ancillaries
17 Dr. Reddys Laboratories Ltd. 500124 DRREDDY 5414.9 1.0 Pharmaceuticals & Drugs
18 Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. 524715 SUNPHARMA 673.2 0.5 Pharmaceuticals & Drugs
19 Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. 500312 ONGC 125.4 2.0 Oil Exploration
20 Bharat Petroleum Corporation LTD. 500547 BPCL 482.1 0.5 Refineries
21 Godrej Consumer Products Ltd. 532424 GODREJCP 933.9 2.0 FMCG
22 Hero MotoCorp Ltd. 500182 HEROMOTOCO 3007.9 4.0 Automobiles & Ancillaries

Summary of the Best large cap stocks to Buy now in India (Banking Companies)

Sr.No Company Name BSE Script Code NSE Symbol CMP as on 15th June, 2021 Rating Industry
1 HDFC Bank Ltd. 500180 HDFCBANK 1490.1 4.5 Bank – Private
2 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 500247 KOTAKBANK 1771.6 4.0 Bank – Private
3 ICICI Bank Ltd. 532174 ICICIBANK 645.1 3.0 Bank – Private
4 Axis Bank Ltd. 532215 AXISBANK 750.8 2.0 Bank – Private
5 State Bank of India 500112 SBIN 429.5 0.5 Bank – Public

ITC Ltd.

ITC Ltd. has presence in diverse businesses and occupies a dominant position in the Indian cigarette market. It has also delivered strong sustainable profitability. ITC has excellently evolved from a pure tobacco company into a well-diversified scalable business conglomerate with a robust presence in paperboards, printing and packaging, agricultural commodities, hotels, branded packaged foods, personal care products, branded apparel, stationery, safety matches, agarbatti (incense sticks), and other FMCG products.

It has lately added luxury chocolates, ghee, dairy and frozen food products to its branded packaged foods segment. Additionally, acquisition of Sunrise Foods Pvt. Ltd. is expected to further strengthen ITC’s market position in the spices segment and further improve diversity. ITC is known for its healthy internal cash accrual, low debt, and robust liquidity.

In financial year 2021, the consolidated operating margin stood at 34%. Company has striven to maintain exceptional liquidity on the back of cash and liquid investments (bonds, debentures, mutual funds, and bank deposits) of over Rs. 33,000 Crs as on March 31, 2021. In the recently announced Union Budget of 2021 the government has kept excise on cigarettes unchanged to support the industry in recovery of volumes which will provide a big boost for ITC’s dipping cigarette halved by the pandemic.

Risks include large, debt funded capital expenditure or acquisitions which may adversely impact financial risk profile increasing the debt to equity ratio, adverse regulatory changes in the cigarette industry which may have a material impact on the profit metrics and considerable decline in cash and investments.

Hindustan Unilever Ltd.

Hindustan Unilever Ltd. (HUL) is one of the largest Fast Moving Consumer Goods Companies in India with a heritage of over 80 years. Five of its brands generate annual turnover of over Rs. 2,000 Crs each and 7 brands generate annual turnover of over Rs. 1,000 Crs each. HUL caters to a variety of product ranges which include foods, beverages, cleaning agents, personal care products, and water purifiers.

A few famous brands have high visibility and sustained market leadership which is backed by an extensive distribution network and a strong advertising and marketing campaign. HUL has been leveraging its distribution strengths to adapt its channel strategy for its products and market segments.

On a consolidated basis, the financial risk profile is supported by strong net cash accrual and no outstanding debt as on March 31, 2021. The company has ample liquidity which is indicated by cash and bank balance of Rs. 4,321 Crs as on March 31, 2021. HUL is known for its aggressive dividend payout policy which is in the range of 75-80%. The Indian FMCG industry is corroborated by both organised and unorganised players across segments and products and HUL continues to face stiff competition with the entry of new players including multinationals in all its major segments such as soaps and detergents, personal care products and packaged foods.

However, HUL’s strong financial risk profile and its leading position in the domestic FMCG industry would help to maintain its leadership position and tide through any economic slowdown and crisis.

Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. 

Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (TCS) is a leader among Indian players in the global information technology and IT enabled services outsourcing segment and it has a diversified and growing client base with a wide range of services offered and scalable operations. TCS operates with a strong financial profile which is characterized by healthy revenue growth, recurring cash accruals and strong liquidity in the form of free cash reserves.

The Company has been able to maintain presence across diversified verticals and has a solid execution track record, which has aided it to build scale. TCS has demonstrated the ability to structure and execute large scale projects globally, enabling it to continually garner market share over its competitors in the past five fiscals. Company has a large, diversified and growing client base with meaningful incremental addition of clients in the above USD 20 million, USD 50 million and USD 100 million buckets from previous fiscals and its superior execution ability has resulted in high repeat business which provides stability to the revenue stream.

Financial profile of the company remains robust which is reflected in high operating profitability of 28%, strong capital structure and robust liquidity position in the form of a strong cash and equivalents balance of Rs. 9,329 Cr as of FY21. Company’ attrition rate in IT services was 7.2% (vs 15.2% of Infosys) in Q4 FY21 which is globally the lowest in the industry.

Companies across the globe are spending more on initiatives built around digital technologies to drive business outcomes and this has slowed down revenue growth of IT players from traditional outsourcing businesses. TCS has a high concentration of revenues from the BFSI (almost one-third of revenues) segment, although the same is mitigated by its established relationship with clients as well as deep domain knowledge. However, this still remains a key risk for the company.

IT services companies like TCS continue to fight the challenging operating environment characterized by pressure on commoditized IT services, wage inflation, and higher onsite costs necessitated by visa curbs leading to increased local hiring as well as lower discretionary spend by corporate firms.    

Reliance Industries Ltd.

Reliance Industries (RIL), the flagship company of the Reliance group, is the largest private sector enterprise in India. RIL has a highly integrated nature of operations with presence across the entire energy value chain. It has diversified revenue streams, massive scale of downstream businesses with one of the most complex refineries, established leadership position in the petrochemical segment along with a strong financial risk profile characterized by robust capital structure, stable cash flows and healthy liquidity position.

RIL’s telecom arm, Reliance Jio is the largest operator in the country in terms of subscriber base with approximately 415 million subscribers as on March 31, 2021. Company has been able to create a strong market position in the organized retail sector and has reduced its debt on a consolidated level. RIL announced a number of investments by strategic investors in its digital business and retail business to the tune of over Rs. 1.5 lakh Cr and recently concluded rights issue which will aid in deleveraging and improving its financial risk profile going forward.

During FY20, margins of key petrochemical products have decreased due to muted demand scenario, capacity glut and volatility in crude prices. Despite significant reduction in product margins, the EBIT margin of the petrochemicals segment of the company stood at 19.7% in FY21 primarily due to integrated operations as well as feedstock flexibility between ethane, naphtha and off-gas which is a by-product of its own refinery.

Further, during a tough year (FY21) RIL’s consolidated profits increased by 3.4%primarily on account of higher revenues from the consumer businesses. RIL has been able to consistently maintain healthy capital structure. As on March 31, 2021, its consolidated overall debt to equity ratio stood at 0.51x as compared to 0.77x as on March 31, 2020. Diversifying and gaining a leadership position into digital services and foray into the organized retail sector with grocery retailer Jio Mart have reduced the overall inherent cyclicality risks due to its O2C and petrochemical business.

The increasing exposure from its leveraged businesses to more consumer facing and digital initiatives is going to lead its future path. Additionally, RIL is at the cusp of new Investment cycle with announcement of new Capex plans worth Rs.75,000 cr across green energy space.  It does face extreme competitive pressure in almost all verticals and there are other regulatory risks associated with the telecom segment. Any major debt funded capital expenditure can deteriorate its financial risk profile which could be a negative factor for RIL.

Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd.

Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. (HDFC) is the market leader in the housing finance industry in India with a strong distribution network comprising 585 outlets. HDFC is known for long-standing track record of operations, adequate capitalisation levels, strong resource raising ability, strict underwriting standards, risk management procedures and healthy asset quality amidst some moderation in FY20.

HDFC has proved its vast marketing as well as distribution network and its ability to raise resources at competitive rates. The Company has a strong business franchise of subsidiaries/ associates in Banking, Asset Management, Life Insurance, General Insurance, Educational loans and Real Estate funding. In light of recent nationwide lockdown, HDFC has been able to maintain adequate liquidity of more than 42,000 cr, in the form of bank balances, liquid fund schemes of mutual funds, deposits with banks, and investments in Government Securities.

HDFC’s outstanding loan portfolio (net of provisions and loans sold) stood at Rs.5,69,894 Crs as on March 31, 2021 and the average size of individual loans stood at Rs.29.5 lakh in FY21 vs Rs.27 lakh in FY20. During the financial year, 78% of individual loans approved in value terms were from the salaried category, whereas the remaining 22% were from the self-employed category.

This NBFC continues to maintain healthy capitalization levels supported by its strong capital raising ability with Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) of 22.2% with Tier-I CAR being 21.5% as on March, 31 2021. HDFC continues to have one of the most stable asset quality parameters in the housing finance industry with Gross NPA ratio of 1.98%, though there was some moderation in asset quality in FY21.

Key risks include weakening of the credit profile of the group as a whole, material deterioration in asset quality, increase in debt to equity ratio beyond 7 times among the few.  

Asian Paints Ltd.

Asian Paints enjoys a dominant share of over 50% in the organized domestic paints market. In the decorative paints segment, which comprises about 70-75% of the Indian paints industry, Asian Paints has a share of about 60%. It has also been able to garner a healthy position in the automotive industrial coatings segment with a market share of about 20%. Driven by its leadership position, the company has registered revenue at CAGR of 8.2% over the five fiscals through 2020. Strong brand equity, extensive distribution network, and wide product portfolio has enabled it to maintain a strong market position.

Due to the company’s leadership position, it enjoys a healthy operating margin of over 20% which is higher than peers. Debt to equity has always been less than 0.1 times over the past 5 years. Asian Paints financial risk profile continues to remain strong, marked by a net debt free balance sheet and comfortable cash flow from operations of over Rs.3,500 cr.

Risk of intense competition (Grasim’s aggressive entry in Paint biz) or steep increase in any input prices may affect the profitability which may result in pressure on operating margins.

Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd.

Uday Kotak led, Kotak Mahindra Bank is one of India’s leading financial services conglomerates, providing a wide span of various financial and banking solutions with a reach of over 1600 branches and 2,519 ATMs across India. Kotak Mahindra Bank, too, emerged as a player who adopted a prudent and cautious approach, targeting only high-rated customers and sectors.

This aided the bank’s low levels of bad loan formation over the years (Net NPA at 0.71%). Bank’s deposit franchise continues to be granular and robust with deposit accretion staying healthy with an industry leading CASA ratio of 60.4%. Kotak Bank has maintained its cautious stance towards unsecured retail, credit cards and small business lending. Bank’s 70% advances are given to corporate and business, home loans & LAP and agriculture segment, with corporate and business division having the highest exposure of nearly 40%.

The Large cap stocks are considered to be relatively safe and have well analysed track records which makes them less volatile. Since these companies are already mature and require less money for future growth, money is usually returned back to shareholders through dividends which is considered as a boon during an uncertain environment. Dividends added to the stock price appreciation leads to considerable returns for any investor. Therefore, an investor’s portion should always be allocated to these large caps names in order to cushion their portfolio during difficult and uncertain times.

Model Portfolio

In order to get an exposure to Best Large Cap Stocks, you would need a total of Rs. 33,309.7 for the below curated portfolio as of 15th June, 2021.

Company Name

Weightage CMP as on 15th June, 2021 Quantity Total
Reliance Industries Ltd. 9% 2,250 2 4499.4
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. 13% 3,263 2 6525
Hindustan Unilever Ltd. 5% 2,391 1 2391.2
Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. 10% 2,544 2 5088.8
Asian Paints Ltd. 12% 3,042 2 6083.8
ITC Ltd. 10% 207.1 25 5177.5
Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 7% 1,772 2 3544
Total 33309.7

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Detailed overview of Best Large cap stocks to buy (Excluding Banking Companies):

The table below covers an overview of the best large cap stocks to buy (ex banks and financials).

Sr. No. Company Name BSE Scrip Code NSE Symbol CMP (as on 15th June, 2021) Rating Industry Market Cap (in Crs) Compounded Sales Growth (5 years) Compounded Profit Growth (5 years) Operating Profit Margin (%) Price to Earnings (times) Price to Sales (times) EV/EBITDA Debt to equity (times) Dividend Yield (%) Return on Equity (%) Return on Capital Employed (%)
1 Reliance Industries Ltd. 500325 RELIANCE 2249.7 1.0 Integrated Oil & Gas 1,402,063.0 11.30% 8.20% 13.90% 31.60 3.00 16.60 0.4 0.34% 7.97% 8.19%
2 Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. 532540 TCS 3262.5 5.0 Information Technology 1,211,939.0 8.61% 6.86% 28.30% 37.10 7.53 24.80 0.09 1.14% 39.10% 48.90%
3 Hindustan Unilever Ltd. 500696 HINDUNILVR 2391.2 5.0 FMCG 566,051.0 7.88% 14.40% 24.50% 71.70 12.40 48.30 0 1.24% 29.20% 39.20%
4 Infosys Ltd. 500209 INFY 1472.9 4.0 Information Technology 630,776.0 9.98% 7.42% 27.80% 34.50 6.63 21.50 0.07 1.73% 27.20% 35.20%
5 Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. 500010 HDFC 2544.4 5.0 Finance – Housing 455,265.0 21.20% 13.00% 33.60% 24.10 3.25 16.70 2.86 0.92% 13.20% 9.23%
6 Bharti Airtel Ltd. 532454 BHARTIARTL 542.6 0.5 Telecom 294,619.8 0.83% 45.00% 2.87 7.68 2.76 0.38% -22.00% 12.30%
7 ITC Ltd. 500875 ITC 207.1 4.0 FMCG 255,839.3 4.68% 7.01% 34.50% 19.00 5.08 12.50 0 5.29% 21.00% 28.50%
8 Asian Paints Ltd. 500820 ASIANPAINT 3041.9 4.0 Chemical – Paints 289,582.0 8.76% 12.50% 22.40% 92.10 13.30 55.80 0.09 0.59% 27.30% 34.80%
9 Nestle India Ltd. 500790 NESTLEIND 17679.5 5.0 FMCG 173,283.0 10.30% 18.60% 24.50% 78.60 12.40 48.40 0.07 1.14% 106.00% 139.00%
10 HCL Technologies Ltd. 532281 HCLTECH 985.4 4.0 Information Technology 265,695.0 19.30% 14.80% 26.60% 24.00 3.54 12.60 0.11 1.02% 20.00% 26.10%
11 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. 532500 MARUTI 7168.5 1.0 Automobiles & Ancillaries 214,859.0 4.09% -1.10% 7.60% 51.50 3.20 26.40 0.01 0.60% 8.60% 10.60%
12 Larsen & Toubro Ltd. 500510 LT 1511.0 0.5 Infrastructure 209,377.0 6.10% 26.20% 17.20% 16.00 1.56 9.45 1.77 1.19% 18.50% 15.30%
13 Titan Company Ltd. 500114 TITAN 1723.5 0.5 Diamond & Jewellery 152,166.6 13.90% 7.49% 7.94% 158.00 7.10 83.40 0.75 0.23% 13.70% 13.10%
14 Britannia Industries Ltd. 500825 BRITANNIA 3630.1 3.0 FMCG 87,633.0 9.36% 17.50% 19.10% 47.30 6.71 31.90 0.59 4.31% 46.90% 47.30%
15 Bajaj Auto Ltd. 532977 BAJAJ-AUTO 4138.0 4.5 Automobiles & Ancillaries 118,886.0 4.21% 3.62% 17.80% 24.60 4.30 18.30 0 3.39% 19.80% 25.40%
16 Eicher Motors Ltd. 505200 EICHERMOT 2763.2 2.0 Automobiles & Ancillaries 74,924.8 7.15% 0.13% 20.40% 54.90 8.48 30.20 0.02 0.46% 12.60% 16.60%
17 Dr. Reddys Laboratories Ltd. 500124 DRREDDY 5414.9 1.0 Pharmaceuticals & Drugs 89,917.0 4.12% -1.19% 20.30% 46.30 4.75 21.80 0.17 0.46% 11.70% 15.50%
18 Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. 524715 SUNPHARMA 673.2 0.5 Pharmaceuticals & Drugs 160,536.0 3.29% -10.00% 25.40% 56.0 4.85 17.10 0.07 0.81% 6.33% 14.00%
19 Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. 500312 ONGC 125.4 2.0 Oil Exploration 159,329.0 23.80% -2.45% 13.70% 9.53 0.42 4.46 0.56 4.19% 7.37% 10.10%
20 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 500547 BPCL 482.1 0.5 Refineries 104,352.0 4.15% 8.81% 9.11% 8.18 0.44 6.05 0.89 4.50% 27.30% 18.60%
21 Godrej Consumer Products Ltd. 532424 GODREJCP 933.9 2.0 FMCG 93,798.0 5.54% 10.60% 21.60% 51.10 8.14 36.60 0.09 0.68% 20.30% 20.70%
22 Hero MotoCorp Ltd. 500182 HEROMOTOCO 3007.9 4.0 Automobiles & Ancillaries 59,462.0 1.70% -1.47% 13.10% 20.00 1.89 12.70 0.04 3.07% 19.60% 25.30%

Detailed overview of Best Large-cap stocks to buy (Banking Companies):

While the above table covers an overview of the best large cap stocks to buy excluding banks and financial companies. The table below covers banks and financial companies. These have been segregated since the parameters that an investor should track are different for Financial v/s non financial companies.

Sr. No. Company Name BSE Scrip Code NSE Symbol CMP (as on 15th June, 2021) Rating Industry Market Cap (in Crs) Price to Book (times) Return on Equity (%) Return on Assets (%) Net Interest Margin (%) GNPA% NNPA% CASA Ratio (%) NII (3 years CAGR) PAT (3 years CAGR) CRAR Deposits Growth (%) Advances Growth (%) Provision Coverage Ratio (%) Cost to income ratio (%)
1 HDFC Bank Ltd. 500180 HDFCBANK 1490.1 4.5 Bank – Private 818,961.00 4.7 18.00% 2.02% 4.20% 1.32% 0.40% 46.10% 14% 16% 18.80% 16.36% 13.57% 70.00% 38.00%
2 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 500247 KOTAKBANK 1771.6 4.0 Bank – Private 349,039.10 5.35 14.90% 2.25% 4.39% 3.22% 1.23% 60.40% 8% 36% 22.30% 7.09% 0.92% 64.00% 41.30%
3 ICICI Bank Ltd. 532174 ICICIBANK 645.1 3.0 Bank – Private 443,091.40 3.62 15.00% 1.48% 3.84% 4.96% 1.14% 42.00% 15% 290% 19.12% 19.87% 12.11% 77.70% 41.20%
4 Axis Bank Ltd. 532215 AXISBANK 750.8 2.0 Bank – Private 229,724.00 2.63 8.33% 0.78% 3.53% 3.70% 1.05% 42.00% 11% N.A. 19.12% 10.19% 8.94% 72.00% 42.95%
5 State Bank of India 500112 SBIN 429.5 0.5 Bank – Public 380,143.80 1.4 7.27% 0.45% 3.34% 5.44% 1.81% 45.20% 10% N.A. 14.72% 13.60% 7.60% 89.00% 54.80%

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