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LIVE: Easing inflation helps FMCG Cos | Vol & margins shrink | Earnings Report Card on HUL, … – Trending News

LIVE: Easing inflation helps FMCG Cos | Vol & margins shrink | Earnings Report Card on HUL, …

LIVE: Easing inflation helps FMCG Cos | Vol & margins shrink | Earnings Report Card on HUL, ...

FMCG major Hindustan Unilever reports a steady second quarter— although volume growth of 2% is marginally below estimates. Similarly ITC reports strong internals with cigarette FMCG and hotel verticals beating estimates. Nestle too saw a rise in Profits & revenue but margins were a bit squeezed. Moneycontrol’s Stacy Pereira along with CNBC TV-18s Mangalam Maloo disect those numbers to understand where these FMCG companies stand post their Q2 earnings

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Hindustan Unilever sinks 2% as Q2 revenue fails to impress

Hindustan Unilever sinks 2% as Q2 revenue fails to impress

HUL’s management said that the FMCG sector is likely to see a gradual recovery with tailwinds from the festive season, sustained buoyancy of services, and centre’s thrust on capex

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Stock to Watch: ITC, Tata Motors, HUL, Zomato, NTPC, Jindal Stainless | Mint

Stock to Watch: ITC, Tata Motors, HUL, Zomato, NTPC, Jindal Stainless | Mint

JSW Steel, Hindustan Zinc, JSW Energy, Central Bank of India, J&K Bank, Glenmark Life Science, Paytm and KFin Technologies will be among the stocks to watch on Friday as they will be declaring their quarterly earnings report

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HUL Q2 Revenue Rises, ITC Reports Surge In Profit — Earnings Wrap

HUL Q2 Revenue Rises, ITC Reports Surge In Profit — Earnings Wrap

Hindustan Unilever Ltd.’s second-quarter profit remained flat, in line with analysts’ estimates, as volume growth slowed.

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Stocks in news: JSW Steel, Paytm, Hindustan Zinc, HUL, ITC, Zomato

Stocks in news: JSW Steel, Paytm, Hindustan Zinc, HUL, ITC, Zomato

Byju Raveendran, founder and CEO of Byju’s, and his advisers have held exploratory talks with private equity (PE) firms Bain Capital and KKR among others to discuss the sale of a controlling stake in Aakash Educational Services Ltd (AESL), considered the crown jewel of his edtech company, said people aware of the development.

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