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Barclays' 30 Best Stock Picks for 2011

BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Barclays, considered the best equity-research firm by Institutional Investor, released its must-read Global Top Picks for 2011. Here's a closer look at 30 of the U.S. stocks, which the bank says offer the greatest upside potential. Below is a look at picks 30 to 11, with the top 10 following. All are rated "overweight."

30. Covidien (COV)
29. Potash (POT)
28. Kohl's (KSS)
27. UnitedHealth (UNH)
26. Lennar (LEN)
25. Newell Rubbermaid (NWL)
24. Merck (MRK)
23. Rockwell Automation (ROK)
22. MasterCard (MA)
21. Apple (AAPL)
20. Sunoco (SUN)
19. Illinois Tool Works (ITW)
18. Yahoo! (YHOO)
17. Onyx Pharmaceuticals (ONXX)
16. DirecTV (DTV)
15. Corning (GLW)
14. Cardinal Health (CAH)
13. CB Richard Ellis (CBG)
12. Hartford Financial (HIG)
11. AES Corp. (AES)

Now, here is a look at Barclays' top 10 stock picks, which offer the greatest potential for 2011.

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