5399.65
-1.59%

Highlights:

  • Sales of Rs 990.8 crore and PAT of Rs 176 .8 crore for year ended June 30, 2021
  • Sales for the quarter up by +40%
  • The company has recorded a strong performance with sales of Rs 281 Crores in the Quarter ending June 30th, up by +40% Vs year ago in a tough environment backed by a sustained demand for our trusted quality vitamins, minerals and supplements.
  • The company recorded sales of Rs 990.8 crore for the twelve-month fiscal year ending 30th June 2021. Results for the fiscal are not comparable Vs 1,329 Crore sales for the eighteen months period last year ending 30th June 2020. Profit After Tax (PAT) for the year ended 30th June 2021 is Rs 176.8 crores against Rs 254.08 crores in the previous 18 months fiscal year ended 30th June 2020.

Milind Thatte, Managing Director, Procter & Gamble Health Limited said, Given the uncertainty still presented by the pandemic, we continue to work towards protecting the health and safety of our employees and partners, ensuring uninterrupted supplies of our vitamins, minerals, supplements and medicinal products for our patients and consumers, and on supporting communities and relief efforts. As a part of the 'P& G Suraksha India' Covid-19 relief program, we contributed to the donation of 10 lakh vaccine doses for 5 lakh citizens in partnership with state governments and local authorities. We continue to invest in public health in India through flagship CSR program 'SEHAT' (meaning health). Under SEHAT, we recently announced a 3- year collaboration with Tata Trust for 'Yes To POSHAN', a new initiative which aims to advance the nutritional status of women and children at grassroots."

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Procter & Gamble Hea.. has an average target of 6555.00 from 1 broker.
13923.20
-1.07%

Finacial highlights: 

  • Sales up 19% and PAT up 51% for the fiscal ended June 30, 2021
  • Procter & Gamble Hygiene and Health Care Ltd announced today its financial results for the fiscal and quarter ended June 30, 2021. Despite a challenging market environment, the company delivered a strong performance in the fiscal with sales of Rs 3,574 crores, up 19% vs year ago behind the strength of its trusted product portfolio and strong retail execution. Profit After Tax (PAT) was Rs 652 crores, up 51% vs year ago behind strong sales growth, productivity and a one-time help this year. For the fiscal, both feminine care and healthcare businesses recorded double-digit growth and grew ahead of their categories.
  • For the quarter ended June 30, 2021, the company delivered sales of Rs 787 crores, up 24% vs year ago behind market recovery and its superiority strategy. Profit After Tax (PAT) was Rs 49 crores, down 29% vs a year ago behind increased investment in brand building initiatives to accelerate growth.

Madhusudan Gopalan, Managing Director, Procter & Gamble Hygiene and Health Care Ltd. said, “We continue to remain focused on protecting the health and safety of our people, serving the Indian consumers with our health and hygiene products, and supporting communities in need through our relief efforts. Despite challenges posed by the pandemic, we have delivered double-digit profitable growth for the fourth consecutive quarter and for the full year. Our strategy to focus on superiority and productivity, enabled by the resilience and agility of our organization is helping us deliver balanced growth.” He further added, “We are continuing to extend our support to the communities under our COVID-19 response and relief program #PGSurakshaIndia. We recently donated INR 50 Cr towards 10 lakh vaccine doses for 5 lakh Indian citizens in partnership with state governments and local authorities. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, we have donated more than 20 lakh masks and 30 lakh Whisper sanitary pads to support frontline workers and underprivileged communities.”

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Procter & Gamble Hygiene & Healthcare Ltd. has gained 39.56% in the last 1 Year
Gillette India Ltd.    
24 Aug 2021
5945.50
-1.34%

Gillette India Ltd. announces fiscal and fourth quarter results :

  • Sales up 20% and PAT up 35% for the fiscal ended June 30, 2021
  • Despite a challenging market environment, the company delivered a strong performance in the fiscal with sales of Rs 2,009 crores, up 20% vs year ago behind its superiority strategy and sequential market recovery. Profit After Tax (PAT) was Rs 310 crores, up 35% vs year ago behind strong sales growth, productivity and savings. Both grooming and the oral care businesses recorded double-digit growth and grew ahead of their categories.
  • For the quarter ended June 30, 2021, the company delivered sales of Rs 436 crores, up 24% versus year ago driven by its superiority strategy and market recovery. Profit After Tax (PAT) was Rs 28 crores, down 39% vs year ago behind increased investment in brand building.
  • As an extension to its ‘Gillette Barber Suraksha’ program, the company launched ‘Gillette Barber Parivar Suraksha Program’ for the barber community that has been impacted by the pandemic. The program is aimed at providing barbers and their families with insurance and support as they return to business. As part of the #PGSurakshaIndia program, the company will also continue to extend its support to communities through the donation of in-house manufactured masks and sanitizers to combat the spread of COVID-19. The company will also continue to leverage its advertising and brand voice responsibly to increase awareness on health, safety and hygiene measures among consumers.
  • The directors have recommended a final dividend of Rs 36 per Equity Share for the Financial Year ended June 30, 2021, subject to the approval of Shareholders of the company at the ensuing 37 th Annual General Meeting.

Madhusudan Gopalan, Managing Director, Gillette India Ltd. said, “Since the outbreak of the pandemic, we have focused on protecting the health and safety of our people, serving the Indian consumers with our health and hygiene products, and supporting communities in need through our relief efforts. Despite a challenging market environment, we have delivered double-digit growth for the fourth consecutive quarter and for the full year. Our strategy to focus on superiority and productivity, enabled by the resilience and agility of our organization is driving balanced growth.” He further added, “We are continuing to extend our support to the communities under our COVID-19 response and relief program #PGSurakshaIndiah As a P&G group, we donated INR 50 Cr towards 10 lakh vaccine doses for 5 lakh citizens in partnership with state governments and local authorities.”

 

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Number of FII/FPI investors increased from 111 to 120 in Jun 2021 qtr.
Intellect Design Arena Ltd.    
23 Aug 2021
677.60
2.31%

Intellect registers Strong Revenue Growth and Acceleration of SaaS & Subscription Revenues in Q1 FY 22

SaaS and Subscription Revenue doubled - Revenue at INR 777 Mn in Q1 FY 22 as against INR 386 Mn in Q1FY21

License linked revenue (License + SaaS/Subscription + AMC) is at 58% of total revenues as against 50% of total revenues in Q1 FY21.

Financial Highlights:

Revenue: 

  • Total Revenue up by 21% YoY in Q1 FY 22 and stood at $ 55.38 Mn
  • In INR terms, revenue up by 18% YoY in Q1FY22 and stood at INR 4083 Mn

License, AMC and SaaS Revenue:

  • License Revenue up by 32% YoY and stood at INR 792 Mn
  • AMC Revenue up by 8% YoY and stood at INR 792 Mn
  • SaaS and Subscription revenue up by 102% YoY and stood at INR 777 Mn

Gross Margin, EBITDA and Net Profit

  • Gross Margin is INR 2296 Mn in Q1 FY22, 56% of revenues grew from 53% in Q1 FY 21
  • EBITDA up by 48% YoY and stood at INR 1002 Mn in Q1 FY22 as against a INR 679 Mn in Q1 FY 21
  • Net Profit up by 73% YoY and stood at INR 737 Mn as against INR 426 Mn in Q1 FY 21

Digital led wins and implementations

  • Q1 FY22 recorded 10 Digital led wins including 5 large Digital Transformation deal wins
  • Intellect went live in 26 financial institutions across the world in Q1FY22 despite coming under pressure under the impact of the second wave of Covid in Indian delivery centers
    • 8 New Implementations in Q1 FY 22
    • 18 implementations with expanded product capabilities /additional Geographies

Collections and Net DSO

  •  Collections for Q1 FY22 is INR 3099 Mn
  •  The Net Days of Sales Outstanding (DSO) is 131 days in Q1 FY22 as against 126 days in Q1 FY21
  •  Investment in Product Development (Capitalised) is INR 286.9 Mn, against INR 269.2 Mn in Q1 FY21

Cash position

  •  Cash and Cash Equivalent is INR 2551 Mn as against INR 1918 Mn in Q1 FY21
  •  Net cash as of Q1FY22 is at INR 2182 Mn as against INR 570 Mn in Q1 FY21

Arun Jain, Chairman and Managing Director, Intellect Design Arena Limited said, “Intellect has identified and adopted the five trends of technology- Technology ecosystem change, Micro services based Packaged Business Capabilities, API based architecture, Data as a new oil and Cloud as a scalable Fintech & Digital ecosystem. Our early investments of R & D of over INR 12000 Mn in the last five years provided us an early head start for winning deals in advanced markets. The seventh consecutive quarter of growth in revenues and profits is a validation of our strategy.”

Venkateswarlu Saranu, Chief Financial Officer, Intellect Design Arena Limited said, “The financial results are in line with our stated guidance. While the increased salience of SaaS deals results in short term cost commitments, these deals have a higher Total Contract value in the long term. We are focusing on achieving double digit growth for the year FY 2021-22."

 

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Intellect Design Arena Ltd. has gained 214.14% in the last 1 Year
Rajesh Exports Ltd.    
16 Aug 2021, 12:16PM
581.65
-5.23%

Performance Highlights:

  • Revenue of Rs. 508970.16 Mln
  • Net Profit stands of Rs. 2784.29 Mln
  • Consolidated Revenues for the quarter of Rs. 508970.16 Million.
  • Consolidated EBIDTA for the quarter of Rs. 3017.90 Million.
  • Consolidated PAT for the quarter of Rs. 2784.29 Million.
  • Consolidated EPS for the quarter at Rs. 9.43 per share of Rs 1.

Mr Rajesh Mehta, Chairman, Rajesh Exports Ltd. said, “! am pleased to state that the ongoing Pandemic has not affected the Company except for the growth plans having been put on hold, The Company is now poised to resume it’s growth plans and the Company is confident that it will resume it’s growth journey with increased pace after the brief stopover. International markets have started to open up and the logistics are also getting back to normalcy. The Company is geared up to increase it’s global share and also expand in the domestic market.”

 

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Rajesh Exports Ltd.'s price crossed below SMA30 today
Info Edge (India) Ltd.    
16 Aug 2021, 12:13PM
6614.70
-3.55%

Highlights:

  • Q1 Net Sales (Revenue) up by 14.1%, Billing up by 66.6%, Total Income up by 20.1%, Operating EBITDA down by 4.7%
  • Billing at Rs 314.2 crore, up by 66.6% over the corresponding quarter in FY 2020-21.
  • Net sales (Revenue) at Rs 319.7 crore, up by 14.1% over the corresponding quarter in FY 2020-21.
  • Total Income at Rs 360.7 crore, up by 20.1% over the corresponding quarter in FY 2020-21.
  • Operating EBITDA at Rs 99.7 crore, down by 4.7% over the corresponding quarter in FY 2020-21.
  • Info Edge recorded billing of Rs 314.2 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2021 compared to Rs 188.6 crore in quarter ended June 30, 2020, up by 66.6%. Net Sales (Revenue) of Rs 319.7 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2021 compared to Rs 280.1 crore in quarter ended June 30, 2020, up by 14.1%. The deferred sales revenue (amount collected in advance) as at June 30, 2021 is Rs 506.1 crore, up by 36.2% over the balance as at June 30, 2020. Operating EBITDA has decreased by 4.7% from Rs 104.6 crore in Q1 FY21 to Rs 99.7 crore in Q1 FY22. The company reported PBT (before exceptional item) of Rs 129.0 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2021 compared to Rs 112.2 crore for quarter ended June 30, 2020.

Commenting on the results, Mr. Chintan Thakkar, CFO said “We have witnessed continued recovery during the quarter, led by billings growth over Q1 FY21 across all four verticals - Recruitment Solutions 73.6%, 99acres 59.6%, Jeevansaathi 10.2% and Shiksha 101.9%."

 

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Vodafone Idea Ltd.    
16 Aug 2021, 12:07PM
11.15
-0.89%

Highlights for the Quarter:

  • Q1 impacted by COVID related disruptions; Strong data volume growth reflects improving consumer engagement and seamless connectivity.
  • Revenue declined by 4.7% QoQ to Rs. 91.5 billion on account of slowdown in economic activities due to lockdown/restrictions in several districts during the severe second wave of COVID
  • Strong data volume growth of 13.2% QoQ reflects robust consumer engagement
  • Continued network capacity expansion supported by spectrum refarming and network upgrade to 4G
  • Vi GIGAnet continued to offer superior network experience on both, data and voice, as reflected in independent external reports
  • Cost optimization underway with target to achieve Rs. 40 billion annualized opex savings by December 2021; achieved ~70% of targeted opex efficiency on run rate basis
  • On fund raising, the company is currently in active discussion with potential investors
  • The Hon’ble SC dismissed the modification application filed by the Company and Other Telecom Operators for correction of the manifest/clerical/arithmetic errors in AGR calculation. Subsequently, the company has filed a review petition with the SC.
  • Revenue for the quarter was Rs. 91.5 billion, a decline of 4.7% QoQ, on account of slowdown in economic activities due to lockdown or restrictions in most of the districts during the severe second wave of COVID. On a reported basis, EBITDA for the quarter was Rs. 37.1 billion, with EBITDA margins at 40.5% vs 45.9% in Q4FY21. EBITDA excluding IndAS 116 impact declined to Rs. 12.8 billion, adjusted for one-off of Rs. 1.0 billion, compared to Rs. 17.2 billion in Q4FY21 (adjusted for one-off of Rs. 4.5 billion), on account of lower revenue during the quarter. Capex spend for Q1FY22 was Rs. 9.4 billion vs Rs. 15.4 billion in Q4FY21.
  • The total gross debt (excluding lease liabilities and including interest accrued but not due) as of June 30, 2021 stands at Rs. 1,915.9 billion, comprising of deferred spectrum payment obligations of Rs. 1,060.1 billion and AGR liability of Rs. 621.8 billion that are due to the Government and debt from banks and financial institutions of Rs. 234.0 billion. Cash & cash equivalents were Rs. 9.2 billion and net debt stood at Rs. 1,906.7 billion.

Ravinder Takkar, MD & CEO, Vodafone Idea Limited, said “The severe second wave of COVID caused significant disruptions and slowdown in economic activities. During these challenging times, VIL continued to serve its customers and community at large by providing seamless connectivity as well as maintaining superior quality of services. Vi GIGAnet’s superior network experience on both data and voice, is testified through top rankings in independent external reports. We continue to focus on executing our strategy to keep our customers ahead, and our cost optimization plan remains on track to deliver the targeted savings. We are in active discussion with potential investors for fund raising, to achieve our strategic intent.”

 

 

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Uflex Ltd.    
16 Aug 2021, 12:02PM
559.25
2.45%

Highlights:

  • Highest-ever quarterly Production & Revenue
  • Posts Consolidated PAT of INR 264 crore, a growth of 34.4% YoY
  • EBITDA increases by 19.3% YoY to INR 502 crore in Q1 FY22
  • Commissions 10.4mt wide BOPP film line in Hungary with 42,000 TPA production capacity
  • The company continued with its growth momentum and posted a Consolidated Net Profit of INR 264 crore which surged by 34.4 % YoY and its Consolidated EBITDA stood at INR 502.4 crore, rising by 19.3% YoY to for Q1 FY2020-21. 
  • The Consolidated Total Revenue registered by the company for the first quarter of the fiscal 2021-22 was INR 2761.2 crore, an increase of 38.2% YoY.
  • Total Production Volume during Q1 FY2021-22 was 138876 metric tonnes (MT) clocking a growth of 30% YoY whereas Total Sales Volume was 133476 MT, an increase of 29.8 % YoY.

Commenting on the results, Rajesh Bhatia, Group President (Finance & Accounts) & CFO, UFLEX Ltd. said, "Despite the headwinds in raw material prices and freight costs, we maintained consistent supply chain operations and simultaneously focused on volume-led profitable growth backed by enhanced capacities from recently commissioned plants including Hungary BOPP plant which was commissioned during the quarter."

Continuing, "The Flexible Packaging volumes were affected due to the second COVID-19 wave that struck India in Q1FY22. Our EBIDTA margins stood at 18.2% in Q1FY22 as compared to 21.1% in the same quarter last year."

Ashok Chaturvedi, Chairman & Managing Director, UFLEX Ltd said, "UFLEX has been on the path to fulfill its vision to get closer to its patrons with manufacturing units across the world with BOPP line in Hungary commissioned and Nigeria set to be commissioned. With consumers getting more mindful of what and how they consume, the packaging industry needs to be proactive in developing sustainable packaging without compromising on convenience and functional attributes of plastic. UFLEX has progressed in developing green products and solutions such as biodegradable packaging, water soluble bags and more, which will not only meet the approval of consumers but also uplift their perception of flexible packaging industry."

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Uflex Ltd. has gained 14.18% in the last 1 Week
Sterling and Wilson Solar Ltd.    
16 Aug 2021, 11:58AM
363.55
3.44%

Earnings Release:

  • Gross Unexecuted Order Value as on 30th June 2021 stood at ~ Rs. 8,479 crore
  • 8.7 GW contracted O&M as at date
  • Revenue in Q1FY22 grew by 12% to Rs. 1,195 crore
  • Adjusted gross margins stood at Rs. 28 crore in Q1FY22
  • Term debt reduced from Rs. 810 crore as on 31st March 2020 to Rs. 64 crore as at date
  • There have been order inflows of 623 MW in FY22 till date amounting to Rs. 473 crore from domestic market. The Company’s revenue from operations for Q1FY22 stood at Rs. 1,195 crore and adjusted gross margins stood at Rs. 28 crore. Gross margins were impacted in Q1FY22 due to continued increase in module, commodities and freight price impacting the overall gross margins of ongoing projects.
  • In accordance with Sterling and Wilson Solar Limited Employee Stock Option Plan (“SWSL ESOP Plan”), the Nomination and Remuneration Committee at its meeting held on August 14, 2021, has approved the grant of 13,01,213 out of total 16,03,600 employee stock options as approved by the shareholders, to the eligible employees exercisable into not more than 13,01,213 equity shares of face value of Rs. 1/- each fully paid-up of the Company at the exercise price of Rs. 238 per share.

Commenting on the results, Mr. Amit Jain, Global CEO, said, “The solar power industry is currently facing headwinds on account of increase in prices of solar modules, commodity prices and rise in freight costs. This has also led to major developers postponing the finalisation of their utility scale solar power projects. We expect the awarding of contracts to pick-up in Q3FY22. Most of our clients are looking at significant capacity additions and we remain confident of the opportunities going ahead. Our global presence enables us a lot of flexibility in selecting projects globally.

Our unexecuted Order Book as on 14th August 2021 stands at Rs. 8,731 crore, which is executable over the period of next 12 to 15 months. With carbon emission reduction becoming a global consensus, there are enormous opportunities in emerging fields of hybrid energy power plants, energy storage solutions and biomass / waste to energy. Thus, we have decided to enter these new lines of businesses by undertaking the EPC turnkey projects subject to shareholders approval. We can leverage our existing relationship with clients, further exploit our technical expertise and maximize the inherent benefits of our hub-and-spoke business model, thereby becoming a diversified renewables company into the rapidly growing ESG space.”

 

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Sterling and Wilson Solar Ltd. has gained 37.89% in the last 1 Month
Sobha Ltd.    
16 Aug 2021, 11:37AM
741.40
-3.26%

Financial Highlights:

  • Total Income for Q1 -22 stands at Rs. 5.17 billion up by 45% as compared to Q1-21
  • Real Estate Revenue for Q1 -22 stands at Rs. 3.77 billion up by 69% as compared to Q1-21
  • Contractual & manufacturing vertical revenue for Q1-22 stands at Rs. 1.36 billion which is up by 7% compared to Q1-21.
  • EBITDA for Q1-22 stands at Rs. 1.06 billion. Margin at 20%.
  • PBT for Q1-22 stands at Rs. 0.13 billion, up by 133% as compared to Q1-21.
  • PAT for the Q1-21 stands at Rs. 0.11 billion up by 73% as compared to Q1-21.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. J C Sharma, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, SOBHA Limited said, "Despite the adverse impact of covid second wave during the quarter, we remained resilient due to our strong backward integrated business model which resulted in good operational performance across all the operating ciities.Cashflows during the quarter remained healthy which resulted in net debt reduction.With stable demand outlook,low interest rates, increased vaccination ,cost control measures,efficient cash flow management and planned new launches across various cities, we remain positive and confident to perform better on all parameters in the coming quarters."

 

 

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Sobha Ltd. has an average target of 690.00 from 1 broker.