NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Panasonic ( PC), Google ( GOOG), Credit Suisse ( CS), VimpelCom ( VIP), Petroleo Brasileiro ( PBR), VALE ( VALE), AngloGold Ashanti ( AU), Rio Tinto ( RIO), Barclays Plc ( BCS), Lloyds Banking Group ( LYG) and Syngenta ( SYT) have analysts' buy ratings of 100%, as polled by Bloomberg.

The stocks have an upside of 35% to 130%, based on analysts' consensus estimates of 12-month price targets. We have identified stocks from U.S., Brazil, Japan, Switzerland, Russia, South Africa and U.K. and diverse sectors such as telecom, consumer electronics, crop-protection, metals and mining, banking and finance, and energy.

These stocks have a minimum market capitalization of $17 billion and mean buy ratings of 76%. These companies have potential to deliver an average earnings growth of around 20%-25% during 2011. The following 10 stocks could deliver an average return of around 58% in 2011.
11. Panasonic ( PC) manufactures and sells electronic and electric products for consumers, businesses and industrial users worldwide.

Net sales for fiscal 2011 increased 13% year-over-year to $104 billion with overseas sales growing faster. Domestic sales and overseas sales were up 13% and 22%, respectively. The growth in Europe and U.S. remained sluggish, while growth rates for the company were boosted by countries like China and India.

Operating profit increased by 60% to $3.7 billion from $2.3 billion in 2010, following strong sales momentum and rationalization of costs compensating for severe price competition, appreciation of the yen and rising material costs. Net income was $888 million for 2011 compared to a loss of $1.2 billion during 2010.

The company forecasts a net income of $1.68 billion on $105.6 billion of sales in fiscal 2012. Analysts expect an upside of 54% in the next one year.

10. Barclays ( BCS) is a London-based financial services provider engaged in retail, corporate and investment banking services. More than half of the financial major's income is generated from Europe, with the U.K. contributing the bulk.

For March 2011 quarter, adjusted profit before tax was $3.3 billion, up 10% compared to the first quarter of 2010 and increasing 63% sequentially from the fourth quarter of 2010. The most profitable segments were retail and business banking, with profit before tax at $1.13 billion, up 21% in the first quarter.

Gross loans and advances expanded 5% during the March quarter, driven by higher growth in mortgage loans. Gross new lending to U.K. households and businesses increased 11% during the period.

Impairment costs at the end of the March quarter stood at $1.48 billion, reducing from $2.4 billion in the same period last year. The year-to-date annualized loan loss rate was 76 basis points (bps) compared to 112 bps during the same period of 2010.

Return on average shareholder equity stood at 10.1%, compared to 9.3% in the same period last year. The stock is trading at 8.7 times its estimated 2011 earnings and analysts are expected to gain 83% over the next one year.

9. Lloyds Banking Group ( LYG) is a U.K.-based financial services company operating in the retail, wholesale, international banking and insurance segments.

Lloyds reduced the non-core assets portfolio by $34 billion to $285 billion during the March quarter. It's been part of the U.K. major's efforts to downsize its risk profile. Deposits drove the business growth during the quarter, overall, the aggregate of core customer loans and advances and deposits increased from $1,358 billion at the year-end to $1,367 billion as on March 31, 2011

Lloyds first quarter loss was $5.6 billion after it had earmarked $5.2 billion to cover payment protection claims. The group's impairment charge stood at $4.25 billion, predominately due to Ireland's impairment charge of $1.9 billion, which was higher than initially estimated. In the first quarter of 2010, impairment charge was $3.95 billion and $6.1 billion in December 2010. The Tier-1 capital ratio at the end of the March quarter was 11.6% and capital adequacy ratio was 15.2%.

Higher funding costs piled pressure; net interest margin came in at 2.07% compared to 2.08% in 2010 and 2.12% during December 2010. On average, analysts expect the stock to gain 87% over the next one year.

8. Syngenta ( SYT) is an agri-business company offering solutions in all major areas of seeds and crop protection.

Net sales were up 13% to $4 billion during the first quarter of 2011. Sales in Europe, Africa and the Middle East increased 20%, with strong growth in both crop protection and seeds segments. In North America, sales increased 6% indicative of a strong seeds performance, while Latin America grew 16%, driven by fungicides, insecticides and corn seed.

Syngenta generates nearly three-fourth revenue from its crop protection business, and revenues from this segment grew 10% during March quarter, while the seed business grew at 20% for the quarter.

Going ahead, the company's market share and growth in emerging markets is expected to support volumes. Analysts estimate the stock to deliver an upside of 133% in the next one year, garnering 67% buy ratings polled by analysts at Bloomberg. The stock is trading at 15.4 times its estimated 2011 earnings.

7. Petroleo Brasileiro ( PBR) is an integrated state-owned oil and gas major in Brazil operating in segments like exploration, production and refining.

For the first quarter of 2011, the net income was $6.2 billion, up 42% over the first quarter of 2010. The net income boost came from higher domestic sales volume of petroleum products and an increase in the oil and gas production.

Gross profit totaled $12.5 billion in the March quarter, up 5% compared to $12 billion posted in the same quarter last year. The profitability during the quarter improved on firmer crude oil price and better volumes. However, downstream was negatively affected due to higher oil prices.

The investments during the first quarter amounted to $9.8 billion and were primarily invested in the development in the Pre-Salt area for enhancing oil and natural gas production capacity and expansion and conversion of downstream petrochemical segment.

Analysts expect a substantial upside of 41% from current levels in the coming months. The stock is trading at 10 times its 2011 earnings.

6. VimpelCom ( VIP) is a leading telecommunication services provider in Russia, offering voice and data services through wireless, fixed and broadband platforms. The company operates in Russia, Ukraine and other CIS countries.

For the fourth quarter of 2010, net operating revenue was $2.8 billion, up 22% compared to the same quarter in 2009. Operating income before depreciation and amortization margin was 44.5%, while net income rose 63% during the December quarter to $461 million.

For 2010 full year, mobile subscriptions increased to 92.7 million, up 43.5% compared to 2009. While, broadband subscriptions grew faster at 66% to 3.8 million in the same period.

The company improved its net debt by $0.7 billion in 2010 and its full-year capex was pegged at $2.2 billion. In March 2011, the company acquired Laos operations of Millicom International Cellular and bought the full stake in Wind Telecom. The stock is trading at 8.9 times its 2011 earnings and is estimated to gain 36% in the next one year.

5. VALE ( VALE) is a metals and mining giant producing iron ore and iron ore pellets.

The company reported record revenues, margins, earnings and cash flows during the first quarter of 2011. Operating revenue increased 98% year-over-year to $13.5 billion, while operating income and net profit surged more than 250% each; operating margin increased to 48.9% from 31.2% in the first quarter of 2010.

Sales of bulk materials comprising of iron ore, pellets, manganese ore, and ferroalloy, metallurgical and thermal coal represented 70.3% of the first quarter operating revenues, in line with 71.5% realized in the fourth quarter of 2010. Sales to Asia contributed 49.6% toward total revenue in the first quarter from 54.5% in the fourth quarter of 2010. The stock is trading at 5.4 times its estimated 2011 earnings.

4. Google ( GOOG) focuses on areas like internet search, advertising, operating systems and platforms. International revenue is 53% of company's total revenue.

Revenue from Google sites is a major revenue spinner and the fastest growing segment at 32% during the first quarter of 2011. Overall, Google reported revenue of $8.6 billion, representing a 27% increase from the first quarter 2010 revenue of $6.8 billion.

Google's full-time employee strength was 26,316. Net income during the first quarter of 2011 was $2.3 billion, up 21% compared to the first quarter of 2010. Earnings per share for the reporting quarter were $7.04 as against $6.06 in the first quarter of 2010.

Cash and cash equivalents stood at $36.7 billion, as of March 31, 2011. Of the 41 analysts tracking the stock, 34 rated a buy and 7 maintained a hold. The stock is trading at 15.6 times its estimated 2011 earnings with an estimated upside of 34%, according to analysts poll conducted by Bloomberg.

3. Credit Suisse ( CS) is a Switzerland-based integrated bank operating in private banking, investment banking and asset management segments.

During the first quarter of 2011, net revenue stood at $9.3 billion and net income came at $1.25 billion.

On the current business environment, Brady W. Dougan, Credit Suisse's CEO, commented, "In a quarter marked by significant market uncertainty, we have maintained our strong momentum with clients, gaining market share and generating $21.7 billion net new assets. At the same time, we have continued to work with regulators to help build a more robust financial system, spearheading the creation of a market for contingent convertible capital."

Credit Suisse's return on equity stood at 13.4% for the quarter. While, fair value losses for were around $700 million from its own debt and stand-alone derivatives.

The financial major's capital adequacy ratio was 21.9% at the end of March quarter. Analysts expect stock to return 37% in the next one year with 100% buy ratings. The stock is an outperformer, estimated to return 37% in the next one year.

2. AngloGold Ashanti ( AU) is a South African-based gold producer with operations in North and South Americas.

Net profit in the March quarter was $203 million, more than three-fold increase compared to $61 million in the 2010 corresponding quarter due to impact of higher bullion prices and better-than-expected performance from the South African mines.

Net debt improved 15% to $1.1 billion in the first quarter, following improvement in the operating cash flows, which amounted to $513 million at the end of March.

The company met the production guidance of 1.04 million ounce (Moz) for the March quarter. AngloGold made a new discovery beneath the currently operational Sunrise Dam mine, which has potential to yield another 2 to 5 Moz. Drilling at its Cerro Vanguardia mine in Argentina also improved prospects of good-quality interception of gold and silver..

The stock is trading at 9.6 times its estimated 2011 earnings and analysts estimate an upside of 42%.

1. Rio Tinto ( RIO) is a global metal and mining player, especially aluminum, copper, coal and iron ore. The company has operations in more than 50 countries with bulk production coming from Australia and North America.

During the March quarter, global iron ore production stood at 42 million tones, 3% lower compared to first quarter of 2010. Besides, coal, uranium and bauxite production also dwindled during the quarter. Australian hard coking coal was down 12% year-over-year, while Alumina production declined by 4% in the March quarter.

On the operational front, Tom Albanese, Rio's CEO commented, "Our Australian coal, iron ore, uranium and alumina operations were affected by the extreme weather in the first quarter, but most are recovering and are benefiting from continued strong prices. We have successfully gained control of Riversdale Mining Limited and plan to accelerate the development of these significant tier one coking coal assets." The stock is trading at seven times its 2011 earnings and has gained 56% during the last one year with strong potential upside.

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