Bajaj Electricals to increase its play in the premium segment
Bajaj Electricals plans to launch new premium products to increase its revenue contribution from upscale products. The company will be launching a Morphy Richards range in the latter half of this year. Its recent launch of a new brand, 'Nex,' targets upscale consumers with its premium range of appliances. Bajaj Electricals looks to focus on brand upliftment and product premiumisation by launching new products to grow market share.
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Divis Laboratories continued to see healthy volumes for yet another session. It jumped 3.7 percent to Rs 3,385.8, the highest closing level since May 10 and formed long bullish candlestick pattern on the daily scale for second consecutive session.
Bajaj Electricals Q4 Results: Firm posts rise in profit on consumer goods demand
Bajaj Electricals, the Indian consumer durables firm, has posted a net profit of INR518.5m ($6.3m) for Q1, an increase of almost 32% YoY. Sales of air coolers and air conditioners were behind the firm's strong results as soaring temperatures swept across the country. Its consumer products business took responsibility for the upswing, with sales of fans, air coolers, room heaters and kitchen appliances all enjoying high growth. Overall revenue reached INR14.9bn in the Q1 period, a 12% increase YoY.
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He said in the past six months, the company has repositioned and relaunched its two largest brands - Bajaj and Morphy Richards - and has just launched a new premium and aspirational brand Nex. Next, the company will reposition its cookware brand Nirlep. As of 2021-22, the margin of the consumer business was 6.8%. The company is yet to announce its 2022-23 financials.
Norwegian Government Pension Fund picks up 1.7% stake in Bajaj Electricals in bulk deal
Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global has increased its stake in Bajaj Electricals by 1.73% on 11 August via open market transactions, bringing its total shareholding in the electrical appliances company up to 3.03%. Meanwhile, California-based venture capitalist firm Small Cap World Fund has reduced its stake to 3.36%, down from 5.3%. Bajajs shares rose 3.23% to INR1,077 ($16.80) on the news.
Bajaj Electricals rises over 4% amid large block deal
The consensus recommendation from 17 analysts for the stock is a Buy. Of the 17 analysts covering the stock, 11 have strong buy and buy ratings, while only one has a sell rating. The remaining five have hold ratings.
BHEL, Nuclear Power Corp ink pact for biz opportunities in pressurised heavy water reactor tech
BHEL has supplied steam turbine generator sets for nearly 50 per cent of the country's total installed nuclear capacity. Its steam turbine generator set for Unit 1 (220 MW) of NPCIL's Kaiga Nuclear Power Plant in Karnataka created a world record of 962 days of continuous operation in December 2018, proving the best-integrated performance of the nuclear reactor and turbine system.
BHEL-led consortium bags order to supply 80 sleeper class Vande Bharat trains worth over Rs 9,600 crore
BHEL-led consortium has got an order worth over INR 9,600 crore to supply 80 sleeper class Vande Bharat trains to Indian Railways in the span of six years. All existing Vande Bharat trains currently have chair car and executive chair car classes, about which sleeper class has been in great demand for long routes.
At 11.48 am, the scrip was trading 2% higher at Rs 1,125 over its previous day's closing price of Rs 1,103 apiece. On a year-to-date basis, the stock has fallen over 6%, while it has dropped over 8% in the last six months
Can Bajaj Electricals’ margin inch towards 9.5-10% margin now? Anuj Poddar answers
“The good news is that we continue to gain market share. We are confident about our product rollouts. We continue to roll out several new products. And in that process, we are very much on our premiumisation journey. So both from a direction of the brand and products, we are clearly coming up the curve. ”
Havells can see certain amount of correction in valuations, says Dhananjay Sinha
But what we need to really look at from now on is that at such high valuations one has to really look at what is the trend in terms of volume growth because you know after a point of time when you have gained a lot of market share you become a proxy to the industry and hence your growth starts to taper off.
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What to expect from the consumer goods sector in 2023? Arvind Singhal explains
"Wage hikes and income generation as such has been moderate, in the range of single digit hikes, which barely catches up with inflation. Now under this circumstance, onc cannot assume that consumers will have an unending availability of capital. Mid-6-7-8% growth rate for refrigerators, washing machines or even TVs would be my expectation for this year. "
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ICICI Direct has handpicked nine stocks that can give an average return of 22% in 2023. The list includes L&T, Ambuja Cements, Bosch, Federal Bank, Sundaram Finance, Bajaj Electricals, KEC International, Mishra Dhatu Nigam and Techno Electric.
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Polycab India is the market leader in wires and cables (W&C) industry with 22% share in the organized space. It boasts of an extensive product portfolio and has wide distribution reach with retail touch points of 2,05,000 - second only to Bajaj Electricals.
Inflationary pressure on input costs shadows healthy revenue growth in Q2
The revenues for the BSE500 universe grew 24 percent year-on-year and 3 percent from the previous quarter. However, the inflationary pressures escalated the input costs which resulted in a mid-single digit YoY and sequential growth in operating profit
Bajaj Electrical Q2 results: Net profit at Rs 62 cr, sales slip 6.4% to Rs 1,201 cr
"We have delivered a PBT growth of 6 per cent in spite of revenue degrowth and absorption of high-cost inventories. EPC has delivered positive EBIT for the current quarter coupled with a strong focus on the collection of receivables," Bajaj Electricals Chairman and Managing Director Shekhar Bajaj said.
11 small-cap stocks rise more than 10% during the week despite weak market sentiment
Information technology stocks across the board have rebounded after the losses in the recent sessions. Stocks such as Infosys, HCL Technologies, Mphasis, and L&T Technology Services have risen 3-5% last week.