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Morgan Stanley's bull case scenario sees Sensex at 61,000 by December 2021

In a bull-case scenario (30 per cent probability), Morgan Stanley sees the Sensex at 61,000 levels - an upside of around 22 per cent from the current levels

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Puneet Wadhwa New Delhi
Indian equities are likely to outperform their emerging market (EM) peers in 2021, says the latest report by Morgan Stanley and bets on domestic cyclical stocks followed by rate sensitives. The research and broking house, however, has kept its December 2021 target for the S&P BSE Sensex unchanged at 55,000 levels (base case; 50 per cent probability) for now – an upside of around 10 per cent from the current levels. 

“Our unchanged BSE Sensex target of 55,000. This level implies that the BSE Sensex would trade at a forward P/E multiple of 17.5x and a trailing P/E of 21.2,

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First Published: May 18 2021 | 10:10 AM IST

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