Analysts at Goldman Sachs have picked multiple stocks set to "rapidly outgrow" their pre-Covid earnings as the post-pandemic reopening picks up in Europe. The bank said all of the large global companies on its "Reopening Beneficiaries" list have more than 10% potential upside to their 12-month share price targets — and all are buy-rated by its analysts. Published Monday, Goldman's latest "Reopening Scale" tracks economic activity in Europe and the U.K. each week and analyzes data on hotel bookings, online flight searches and restaurant bookings, as well as vaccination and hospitalization levels. Here are 10 of Goldman's top stock picks — two of which have a potential upside of 45%: Oil BP tops Goldman's list of buy-rated "Reopening Beneficiaries" that are "international facing" and have a more-than 10% upside to their 12-month price targets. The investment bank puts the potential upside to BP's 12-month price target at 45%, while for Italian firm ENI the figure is 27%. The bank also picked French group Total , with a potential upside of 23%. Aviation industry Airplane engine-maker Rolls Royce has a potential upside of 45%, according to Goldman's analysis, while British airline EasyJet 's is at 18%. The bank also picked Airbus , with 18% upside, and airport operator Flughafen Zurich , with 27% upside potential. Retail Swiss conglomerate Richemont is another of Goldman's reopening beneficiaries, with an upside potential of 13%, according to the bank's analysts. They also chose watch company Swatch Group , with an upside potential of 19%, and sportswear firm Adidas , with 16%. 'Accelerating' reopening Goldman described the reopening in Europe as "accelerating" and said it favored businesses "that have the potential to rapidly outgrow the pre-covid earnings level.