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These are the stocks money managers are buying most aggressively, Credit Suisse says

Indra K. Nooyi, CEO of PepsiCo., rings the opening bell with other executives at the New York Stock Exchange last year.
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Indra K. Nooyi, CEO of PepsiCo., rings the opening bell with other executives at the New York Stock Exchange last year.

Credit Suisse aggregated the latest fund holdings data and figured out which stocks are being most aggressively bought and sold by institutional investors.

"Each quarter we take a deep dive into the stock level holdings of long-only, actively managed small, SMID, mid & large cap funds," chief U.S. equity strategist Lori Calvasina wrote in a note to clients Monday.

"Our analysis is unique, as we incorporate the holdings of both retail funds tracked by Lipper & Morningstar and institutional funds tracked by eVestment, making it more robust than other sell-side holdings studies."

Here are the five large-cap stocks that saw the biggest increase in fund ownership.