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Nifty FMCG Index

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FMCGs (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) are those goods and products, which are non-durable, mass consumption products and available off the shelf. The Nifty FMCG Index comprises of maximum of 15 companies who manufacture such products which are listed on the National Stock Exchange (NSE).

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In the table below you will find important data on Nifty Fmcg Companies Share prices, 52-week High and Low, PE ratio, etc. You will also get MoneyWorks4me's rating on Quality, Valuation, Price Trend and Overall Rating to assist you in taking informed stock investing decisions.Decizen:- Q: Quality, V: Valuation,PT: Price Trend

Nifty FMCG Index as on Jan-2023 |
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Company Name (M.Cap) DeciZen CMP Price
Change
Market
Cap (Cr)
52W
High
52W
Low
ROE P/E P/BV EV/
EBITDA
5Y
Sales Gr(%)
5Y
Profit Gr(%)
More Info
Q V PT
557.3 -0.99% 99,733 610.4
07 Dec, 22
482.2
17 Jun, 22
21.65 57.68 11.31 43.96 7.42 6.91
Q V PT
13,756 1.66% 43,923 16,466
17 Mar, 22
12,751
19 May, 22
80.16 85.81 51.54 51.95 10.95 5.82
Q V PT
2,571 -1.55% 6,13,690 2,741
09 Dec, 22
1,902
08 Mar, 22
18.21 62.47 11.78 47.16 9.60 13.68
Q V PT
19,180 -0.17% 1,85,245 21,053
24 Oct, 22
16,000
19 May, 22
112.47 85.56 61.82 51.42 9.98 17.98
Q V+ PT
735.5 0.02% 68,320 861.4
14 Sep, 22
650.8
07 Mar, 22
7.90 79.81 5.58 59.88 20.96 17.57
Q V PT
4,409 0.64% 1,05,508 4,535
19 Dec, 22
3,050
08 Mar, 22
49.87 66.70 51.70 48.58 9.32 11.35
Q V PT
1,450 0.08% 39,404 1,695
02 Sep, 22
1,384
27 Jan, 22
74.42 37.37 20.80 24.66 5.07 13.38
Q V PT
344.6 -0.29% 4,29,090 361.9
11 Nov, 22
207.0
24 Feb, 22
24.69 25.27 6.67 21.89 7.04 7.99
Q V PT
440.9 0.46% 19,364 525.0
26 Sep, 22
393.6
20 Jun, 22
43.87 23.06 8.25 20.45 5.11 18.18
Q V PT
504.0 0.02% 65,155 554.0
23 Sep, 22
455.8
27 Jan, 22
36.62 52.76 17.33 38.24 9.96 8.91
Q V PT
903.5 -0.63% 92,983 955.6
12 Sep, 22
660.2
07 Mar, 22
17.61 58.26 7.33 36.97 5.78 7.38
Q V PT
765.6 -0.24% 55,985 952.0
09 Dec, 22
712.3
17 Jun, 22
20.09 46.07 9.35 35.13 1.95 27.38
Q V PT
1,575 2.15% 40,762 1,805
13 Dec, 22
1,275
07 Mar, 22
9.66 74.49 10.37 57.21 4.30 9.60
Q V PT
1,099 3.19% 14,231 1,150
02 Dec, 22
731.4
12 May, 22
13.26 61.03 6.91 35.99 11.29 25.20
Q V+ PT
1,194 -3.83% 80,642 1,432
12 Dec, 22
557.2
24 Feb, 22
17.85 56.03 15.48 49.39 17.97 67.19

News about Nifty Fmcg

United Spirits - Quaterly Results

The sales is pegged at Rs. 66122.00 millions for the December 2022 quarter. The mentioned figure indicates decline with the sales recorded at Rs. 88498.00 millions during the year-ago period.Net profit of the cmpany stood at Rs. 1105.00 millions for the quarter ended December 2022 a decline of -64.45% from Rs. 3108.00 millions  in the same quarter last year.Operating profit for the quarter ended December 2022 decreased to 3910.00 millions as compared to 4919.00 millions of corresponding quarter ended December 2021.


(Rs. in Million)


  Quarter ended Year to Date Year ended
  202212 202112 % Var 202212 202112 % Var 202203 202103 % Var
Sales 66122.00 88498.00 -25.28 217451.00 230597.00 -5.70 307311.00 271764.00 13.08
Other Income 232.00 21.00 1004.76 564.00 176.00 220.45 415.00 478.00 -13.18
PBIDT 3910.00 4919.00 -20.51 11443.00 11007.00 3.96 15522.00 10355.00 49.90
Interest 243.00 395.00 -38.48 550.00 593.00 -7.25 649.00 1658.00 -60.86
PBDT 2156.00 4524.00 -52.34 12714.00 10055.00 26.44 12782.00 7183.00 77.95
Depreciation 636.00 745.00 -14.63 1848.00 1954.00 -5.42 2542.00 2493.00 1.97
PBT 1520.00 3779.00 -59.78 10866.00 8101.00 34.13 10240.00 4690.00 118.34
TAX 415.00 671.00 -38.15 2028.00 1568.00 29.34 2542.00 1587.00 60.18
Deferred Tax 9.00 25.00 -64.00 -147.00 119.00 -223.53 192.00 -140.00 -237.14
PAT 1105.00 3108.00 -64.45 8838.00 6533.00 35.28 7698.00 3103.00 148.08
Equity 1455.00 1453.00 0.14 1455.00 1453.00 0.14 1453.00 1453.00 0.00
PBIDTM(%) 5.91 5.56 6.39 5.26 4.77 10.24 5.05 3.81 32.56
24 Jan, 2023

Nifty FMCG Index
FAQs

Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector is the fourth largest sector in the Indian economy with Household and Personal Care accounting for 50% of FMCG sales in India.

For this sector, rising income, consumer awareness, easier access, and changing lifestyles have been the key growth drivers.

The FMCG sector has grown at a CAGR of 11% and Nifty FMCG has delivered a CAGR of 12.5% over the last decade. India being a developing economy with growing urbanisation and changing consumption pattern has an FMCG market to the size of Rs. 8 Lakh Crore, and Rs. 12 Lakh Crore including packaged foods. Rural contributes ~36% to the overall FMCG spending.

Indian government has allowed 100% FDI in food processing and single-brand retail and 51% in multi-brand retail. The sector has witnessed FDI inflow of US$ 16.28 billion during April 2000-March 2020.

FMCG sector is defensive in nature with less impact of the economic situations on the revenues unlike other sectors like Auto, infrastructure & capital goods. The key driver to the demand is the rise in income of population. The growth may come by increase in the quantity of consumption or by increase in the quality (premiumization) of products. Another secondary factor is the extent of marketing done by the companies which also influences the demand for the brand. Key strengths of incumbents is the distribution set up and advertising budget. The deep distribution helps companies to reach to the remote locations and spend large amount in advertising to keep competition away.

FMCG includes the consumption products ranging from eatables to personal care. The industries covered in this sector are- eatable (confectionaries, biscuit etc.), personal care products ranging from toothpaste to hair oil and biscuits to noodles. Hence there are multiple sub-sectors under FMCG. However, the main driver for entire FMCG is outlook for growth in household incomes.

The sector comprises of the large size companies that own brands and have deep rooted distribution and the companies that are ancillary to these companies. These companies usually do not manufacture their own products and get manufactured on contract basis. The large size companies such as Nestle, Hindustan Unilever own notable brands, have a distribution across the country, capacity to heavily advertise their products as they have large volumes. Since the companies have strong brand pull and limited competition in respective products, they enjoy bargaining power with dealers and retailers. This leads to negative working capital to run the business. This leads to better cash flows than reported profit. We recommend to value these companies on Price to Cash Flows metrics.

The other ancillary companies to FMCG are packaging companies, raw material supplying companies (like surfactant manufacturers) and other contract manufacturing companies. While these do share same volume growth prospects like FMCG companies, their value creation is not comparable as ancillary companies do not have any bargaining power with FMCG companies.

1. Hindustan Unilever Limited

Established in 1933, Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) is the Indian subsidiary of Unilever which is a British-Dutch multinational company.

As of 2019 HUL's portfolio had 35 product brands in 20 categories. Its products include foods, beverages, cleaning agents, personal care products, water purifiers and Fast-moving consumer goods.

The company owns notables brands in India namely, Surf Excel, Lux, Bru, Lipton, Kwality Walls, , Horlicks, Axe, Glow & Lovely (earlier Fair & Lovely), Lakme etc.

Maruti Suzuki India Ltd Growth Parameters

2. Nestle India

Nestlé India Limited is the Indian subsidiary of Nestlé which is a Swiss multinational company. The company's products include food, beverages, chocolate, and confectioneries. Nestlé India manufactures products under brand names such as Nescafé, Maggi, Milkybar, Kit Kat, Bar-One, Milkmaid, Everyday and Nestea.

Nestle India Ltd Growth Parameters

3. Dabur India

Incorporated in the year 1975, Dabur India Pvt. Ltd. is a company promoted by Burman family. The company is a key player operating in Consumer Care Business, Food Business, and health supplement space.

The company manufactures and sells Health supplements under the brand: Dabur Chyawanprash, Dabur Honey, and Dabur Glucose. Digestive products are sold under the brand: Dabur Hajmola, Pudin Hara, and Nature Care; and Shampoos under the brand: Dabur Almond and Vatika.

Dabur India Pvt Ltd Growth Parameters

4. Marico

Incorporated in the year 1988, Marico Ltd. is a company promoted by Mariwala family. The company provides consumer products and services in the areas of health and beauty. Marico Ltd. holds a number of brands including Parachute, Kaya Limited, Saffola, Hair and Care, Nihar, Mediker, Revive, Manjal, Livon, Set Wet, Zatak, Hercules, Fiancee, HairCode, Eclipse, X-Men, Caivil and Black Chic.

Marico Ltd Growth Parameters

Irrespective of how the economy is performing, the demand for consumer goods, daily necessities like food and toothpastes, remains stable. As a result, the sector is considered defensive, which means its stocks are in high demand and command a premium as compared to the market.

Fast Mover Advantage

Also, FMCG sector returns have been superior to the index in the past three years. This might lure investors into falsely believing that FMCG stocks always give higher returns. Many factors have helped this performance - Government policies, demand for defensive stocks due to weakness in investment expenditure, and lower commodity prices.

What investors need to keep in mind is that there have been similar times when FMCG hasn’t performed. Buying quality stocks at a reasonable price is a good method to ensure you don’t buy expensive stocks.

There is no specific index fund or ETF that can give you an exposure to all the FMCG companies.

One idea is to buy specific stocks of key FMCG companies in proportion to their weights in the index like Sensex. Another idea is to gain exposure via investing in funds like Nippon India Consumption, BNP Paribas India Consumption, ICICI Pru Bharat Consumption, Mirae Asset Great Consumer.

You can use different criterias to arrive at the list of best stocks in the Nifty Fmcg company index. You can use return ratios like ROCE or ROE, that will help you choose companies with profitable growth.

Based on ROE, the best stocks in the Nifty Fmcg companies index are:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock ? CMP Market Cap(Cr.) P/E P/BV EV/EBITDA ROE
Nestle India Ltd. (L) Very Good 19,180 1,85,245 85.56 61.82 51.42 112.5
Procter & Gamble Hygiene and Health Care Ltd. (L) Very Good 13,756 43,923 85.81 51.54 51.95 80.16
Colgate-Palmolive (India) Ltd. (L) Very Good 1,450 39,404 37.37 20.80 24.66 74.42
Britannia Industries Ltd. (L) Very Good 4,409 1,05,508 66.70 51.70 48.58 49.87
Emami Ltd. (M) Very Good 440.9 19,364 23.06 8.25 20.45 43.87

Based on the past year's gain, the best performing stocks are:

Company Name Is it a Right Stock ? CMP Market Cap(Cr.) Yearly gain (%)
Varun Beverages Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 1,194 80,642 116.2
ITC Ltd. (L) Very Good 344.6 4,29,090 61.03
Britannia Industries Ltd. (L) Very Good 4,409 1,05,508 25.45
Hindustan Unilever Ltd. (L) Very Good 2,571 6,13,690 13.73
Marico Ltd. (L) Very Good 504.0 65,155 8.86
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To select the best stocks from the Nifty Fmcg, you can check factors like stock returns over different time frames, the Return on Equity, the Price to Earnings (P/E) ratio, Price to Book Value (P/BV) ratio, and the company’s profitability.

Companies that have performed well fundamentally are more likely to see their stock prices gain too.

Nifty Fmcg Stocks with the highest revenue growth in the past five years is :

Company Name Is it a Right Stock ? CMP Market Cap(Cr.) P/E P/BV EV/EBITDA 5Y Sales Growth (%)
Tata Consumer Products Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 735.5 68,320 79.81 5.58 59.88 20.96
Varun Beverages Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 1,194 80,642 56.03 15.48 49.39 17.97
Radico Khaitan Ltd. (M) Somewhat Good 1,099 14,231 61.03 6.91 35.99 11.29
Procter & Gamble Hygiene and Health Care Ltd. (L) Very Good 13,756 43,923 85.81 51.54 51.95 10.95
Nestle India Ltd. (L) Very Good 19,180 1,85,245 85.56 61.82 51.42 9.98

Companies with high profit growth often witness their stock prices gaining, irrespective of the market movements.

Nifty Fmcg companies that had the highest profit growth in the past five years is :

Company Name Is it a Right Stock ? CMP Market Cap(Cr.) P/E P/BV EV/EBITDA 5Y Profit Growth (%)
Varun Beverages Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 1,194 80,642 56.03 15.48 49.39 67.19
United Spirits Ltd. (L) Somewhat Good 765.6 55,985 46.07 9.35 35.13 27.38
Radico Khaitan Ltd. (M) Somewhat Good 1,099 14,231 61.03 6.91 35.99 25.20
Emami Ltd. (M) Very Good 440.9 19,364 23.06 8.25 20.45 18.18
Nestle India Ltd. (L) Very Good 19,180 1,85,245 85.56 61.82 51.42 17.98

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