Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Let us check out the factors which may bring action to the domestic market through the day.
FMCG to grow 11-12% in 2019, slightly slower than 2018: Nielsen
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India’s consumption story losing the plot
Demand for cars, two-wheelers, air travel and consumer goods dropping to multi-quarter lows
HUL’s March quarter show may be tepid on muted spending
Correction in stock price expected given the lofty valuations amid weak sentiment
Muted volume guidance, sluggish demand may delay Castrol revival
Any turnaround may take a while with slowdown in the auto industry
Six sectors that defy the slowdown theory
A number of categories and sub-categories of products are behaving as if there is no consumption slowdown.
How Budget failed to boost the FMCG sector
S&P BSE FMCG Index rose marginally with most stocks trading a tad higher.
FMCG demand to revive in second half: Emami
Growth in FMCG sector has slumped in the past four quarters in a row since July-September 2018.
Buy Nestle India, price target Rs 16,300: Chandan Taparia
The analyst suggested a stoploss at Rs 15000.
Hiring spree: Unicorns splurge on high-cost talent
Oyo, Zomato, Swiggy lead the table for top hires; average salary at over Rs 60 lakh, 20% in Rs 1-1.5 crore range.
D-Street week ahead: Nifty faces stiff resistance; auto, FMCG topping out; metals, PSU banks, realty look steady
In the event of any corrective move, the trading range for the week is likely to remain wider.
Rural FMCG growth drops to 5%, below urban first time in 7 years
Rural market growth slipped to 5% in Q3 of 2019 as compared to 20% in the corresponding quarter last year. This slump has contributed 60% to the FMCG industry slowdown, according to Nielsen’s report. Overall FMCG growth has come down to 7.3% in Q3.
Local experience seen as a must for CXO positions
Many CXOs coming in from abroad found it difficult to adapt to the business environment in the country, experts said.
Britannia holds back product launches, expects demand revival in 9-12 months
Britannia Industries has postponed product launches and expects consumption to revive in 9-12 months.
We expect 9-10% full year growth for FMCG sector: Prasun Basu, Nielsen
There is a short-term slowdown happening in overall retail as well as FMCG retail.
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