Tag Archives: HUL

Responsible food habits: a way to deal with climatic changes?

Vegan

What started in the city of Wuhan and at its live markets might shape future trends in food consumption and peoples’ preferences of sources of nutrition. Will people turn more flexitarian—mostly vegetarian and eating meat occasionally, going forward?

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Fast moving companies slow moving stocks

The strong growth momentum in the rural and semi-urban areas remained a major driving force for frontline FMCG companies in Q3FY21 as well. Be that as it may, FMCG stocks have collectively underperformed the broader markets over the past few months.

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6 essentials of a long-term equity portfolio

Bluechip companies benefit disproportionately as a country prospers. However, smaller yet well-managed companies also stand to gain in the process of economic growth.

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FMCG: Moving fast in the times of cyclones and pandemic

FMCG

Coronavirus pandemic is reshaping business dynamics even for the most stable industries, such as FMCG. During the pandemic, consumer preferences have undergone a sea change.

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ITC’s pain is HUL’s gain

ITC

In Budget 2020, the government has increased its allocation to the Agriculture sector by 28.1% as compared to the revised FY20 estimates. Allocations to Rural development and transportation have gone up 1% and 7.2%, respectively. If all these factors translate into higher rural demand, some FMCG companies will gain an edge over others.

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