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consumer demand, gst to help fmcg firms; valuations to remain high: experts




a strong performance is rewarded, whether it’s a field of sport, movie or the equity market. and it is exactly what most fast-moving consumer goods (fmcg) firms are set to benefit from. after some choppiness in the past few quarters due to note ban and the goods and services tax (gst) roll-out, ma...



rural-focused fmcg firms in sweet spot




led by higher demand from rural markets, fast- moving consumer goods (fmcg) companies are expected to continue clocking double-digit growth in sales in the coming quarters. rural sales of fmcg products rose 13 per cent year-on-year in the september quarter; urban sales grew only four per cent.   ov...



here are many reasons why fmcg valuations will remain high in coming days




a strong performance is always rewarded whether it’s a field of sport, movie or even the equity market. and, it is exactly what most fast moving consumer goods (fmcg) companies are likely to experience. after some choppiness in the past few quarters due to note ban and then goods and services tax ...



anti-profiteering notice served on hul; fmcg, it firms may move hc




the largest consumer goods company in the country, hindustan unilever (hul), was on tuesday slapped with a notice by the government’s anti-profiteering body, set up to monitor whether or not firms were passing on benefits of the goods and services tax (gst) to consumers. while the contents of the ...



bse fmcg index hits new high; godrej consumer, dabur, itc up over 3%




shares of fast moving consumer goods (fmcg) companies were in focus with the s&p bse index up more than 2% hitting a new high on the bse. the fmcg index hit record high of 11,085 in intra-day trade surpassed its previous high of 11,047 recorded on february 1, 2018. at 01:47 pm; the s&p bse fmcg inde...



100 days of gst: fmcg cos give thumbs up, say demand picking up




as the gst completes 100 days on sunday, major fmcg firms, including dabur and godrej consumer, expect a full recovery from the pangs of implementation of the new tax regime by the end of the third quarter with clear signs of demand picking up in the horizon.most fmcg firms were hit by de-stocking b...



fmcg stock: nestle's growth trajectory will remain healthy, say experts




not many would have placed a bet on nestle three years ago, when it was in the midst of the maggi fiasco that took a toll on its finances and on shareholder returns. now, however, investors are seen lapping up nestle. not only has it outperformed the prominent indices, though partly helped by the ba...



valuation in fast-moving fmcg stocks highest in nearly three decades




as investors rush to grab a piece of india's consumer demand story, they have pushed the valuation of fast-moving consumer goods companies (fmcg) to the highest in nearly three decades. india's top consumer goods makers such as hindustan unilever, itc, nestle, colgate-palmolive, dabur, britannia, as...



consumer stocks and premium valuations




up's attempt to do an indorebusiness standardcurrent valuations and investor thinking do not seem to be in line with disruption in consumer spaceakash prakash  last updated at september 4, 2017 23:15 istfollow this columnisthttp://mybs.in/2uyjbvd



lacklustre response to last few ipos may force firms to revisit valuations




the muted response received by the recent public offers could force companies planning their initial share sales to revisit their valuations. according to industry players, firms that have filed their draft prospectus are looking at lowering their valuations to ensure smooth sailing of the issuances...



gst notices to pharma firms on free supply to have wider ramifications




notices sent by the tax department to major pharma companies over not cutting the goods and services tax (gst) on free supplies to retailers are likely to have repercussions on fast-moving consumer goods (fmcg) companies as well, warn tax experts, who found no ground for the notices. the notices sen...



nestle india breaks into rs 1 trillion market cap club after hul and itc




nestlé india on tuesday became the third fmcg (fast-moving consumer goods) company to cross rs 1 trillion in market capitalisation (m-cap). hindustan unilever (m-cap: rs 3.64 trillion) and itc (m-cap: rs 3.29 trillion) are the two others. with rs 1.02-trillion, nestlé india is at 28th position in ...



fmcg: shipments are going up while retail offtake is slowing, says nielsen




after clocking a blistering 13.8 per cent in terms of growth rate for calendar year 2017, india's $50-billion (or rs 3.25 trillion) consumer goods market appears to be slowing as far as retail offtake goes. the latter is industry parlance for actual sales growth seen in stores. this is tracked close...



india's valuations, earnings trend not favourable: expert




as is the case every year, markets are hopeful of a demand recovery in the second half, after initial gst (goods and services tax) disruption and into the big festive season. this is reflected in optimistic earnings estimates and valuations. our analysis of more than 25 recent monthly hard/soft data...



dual-class firms have higher market valuations near time of ipo that drop over n




facebook, google, comcast and berkshire hathaway are among a number of large companies that have dual-class stock structures, providing controlling shareholders with majority voting power despite owning a minority of total equity. for these dual-class firms, market valuations are higher early in the...



consumer goods companies may hike prices; crude oil, metals prices jump




consumer goods companies stare at the prospect of price hikes, thanks to a spike in commodity costs as well as a weakening rupee.crude oil has jumped 10 per cent in the past four months, nearing levels of around $74-75 a barrel. metals prices are also up, with the world bank saying last week the inc...



jittery over govt's anti-profiteering drive under gst, firms may move court




anxious over the government's anti-profiteering drive under the goods and services tax regime, companies in the segments of fast-moving consumer goods (fmcg) and information technology (it) software are planning to petition the high courts in delhi and mumbai, seeking more clarity on the clause. whi...



patanjali tops unilever, itc, dabur as india's most trusted fmcg brand




baba ramdev's flagship company, patanjali, beat around 1,000 of india's top fmcg companies to emerge as the most trusted brand in the sector, as per tra's brand trust report 2018.n chandramouli, ceo, tra, informed business standard that patanjali, which positions itself as a swadeshi manufacturer of...



how you should bet on fmcg funds to tap into the last defensive sector




if you look at the trailing returns of sector funds belonging to the fast-moving consumer goods (fmcg) sector, they are remarkably attractive (see table). turn to the year-wise performance and they are equally eye-catching: these funds have given positive returns every year except 2008. with the inf...



dabur, other fmcg firms approach court over gst input tax credit




fmcg big guns such as dabur moved court against the denial of input tax credit relating to capital goods lying in stocks before the introduction of the goods and services tax (gst) in july last year. the matter was being heard in the uttarakhand high court. but, now dabur and other big fmcg players ...



with rising share of fmcg biz, itc presents a bottom-fishing opportunity




challenges such as a 13 per cent surge in tax under the goods and services tax (gst), intense competition from the tobacco-chewing segment and the illicit cigarette trade impacted itc's flagship business — cigarettes — last financial year. as a result, its stock has been a laggard, down 16 per c...



rural demand may propel fmcg topline growth by 300-400 bps in fy19




a revival in rural demand may help boost the topline growth of the rs 3.4-trillion fast moving consumer goods (fmcg) sector by 300-400 basis points to 11-12 per cent this financial year, said a report. the fmcg sector is likely to report 11-12 per cent rise in revenue in fiscal 2019, up 300-400 basi...



how will this double-digit msp hike impact consumer goods and rural sales?




the 24 per cent increase in minimum support prices (msps) for kharif crops, announced wednesday, will impact sentiment positively, pushing up rural sales growth, executives of some of the top fast-moving consumer goods (fmcg) and durable companies have told business standard. a third of fmcg and dur...



dual-class firms have higher market valuations near time of ipo that drop over n




martijn cremers. credit: university of notre damefacebook, google, comcast and berkshire hathaway are among a number of large companies that have dual-class stock structures, providing controlling shareholders with majority voting power despite owning a minority of total equity. for these dual-class...



niche schools a magnet for digital, e-commerce firms




digital and e-commerce firms are emerging as the largest recruiters at niche institutes such as the mica and the national institute of design (nid).  according to these institutes, profiles, too, have changed increasingly towards managing digital platforms, data analysis, user interface design and ...