Certain stocks hit hard in Monday's sell-off are liked on Wall Street, with analysts expecting the rout to be a great buying opportunity. The S & P 500 retreated 1.7% on Monday in its worst day since May amid several emerging risks during a seasonally weak period. CNBC Pro identified the stocks that fell more than the S & P 500 on Monday. From that pool, we selected the shares with the most upside to their 12-month consensus analyst price targets collected by FactSet. The stocks also had to have buy ratings from 70% of analysts who cover them. Take a look at our list. (Source: FactSet. As of Sept. 21, 2021.) Several stocks on CNBC Pro's screen belong to sectors connected to the global growth story, as investors moved out of those names in the face of the mounting risks. Energy was the worst performing sector in the & SP 500 on Monday, but several oil names are expected to rally in the next year. Diamondback Energy , ConocoPhillips and Baker Hughes are among the energy stocks to make CNBC's screen. Automaker General Motors appears on CNBC Pro's list with 84% of analysts calling it a buy and 47.4% implied upside. Big Tech names Amazon and Microsoft make the screen with 81.6% and 86.8% of analysts, respectively, recommending the stocks as buys. Media and entertainment giant Disney also appears on the list with the stock expected to rise 18.8% in the next 12 months. Activision Blizzard makes CNBC Pro's screen after a more than 4% pullback Monday; however, the stock fell after a Wall Street Journal report said federal securities regulators are investigating the video game company regarding sexual misconduct and workplace discrimination.
The GM logo is seen on the facade of the General Motors headquarters in Detroit, Michigan, March 16, 2021.
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Certain stocks hit hard in Monday's sell-off are liked on Wall Street, with analysts expecting the rout to be a great buying opportunity.