Ravichandran Ashwin has been roped in by FMCG firm CavinKare to endorse its entire range of dairy products. (TOI Photo) RELATED MUMBAI: India off spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has been roped in by FMCG firm CavinKare to endorse its entire range of ... Times of India, 18 hours ago
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ITC has overtaken Hindustan Unilever in branded food and beverages sales a decade after it entered the business, giving a shot in the arm to YC Deveshwar's ambition of making the cigarette maker India's largest FMCG firm. ITC, the maker of Sunfeast biscuits ...Economic Times, 9 hours ago We will continue to increase manufacturing capacities: Sunil Duggal Financial Express, 2 days ago ITC: FMCG turns the corner Business Line, 3 days ago ITC''s FMCG segment breaks even for first time, pushes Q4 net up 19% Indian Express, 4 days ago
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Indian markets were trading higher by over 0.3 per cent in the afternoon session on Wednesday on selective buying by funds and retail investors amid weak European cues. At 1.10 a.m., the 30-share BSE index Sensex was up 78.77 points (0.39 per cent) at ...Business Line, 4 hours ago Sip of good health: 5 FMCG stocks for your portfolio Money Control, 2 days ago Sensex marginally up; IT, FMCG stocks down SBICAP Securities, 6 days ago Sensex down 109 points; FMCG, IT stocks major losers Business Line, 1 week ago
Anglo-Dutch FMCG giant Unilever has offered INR293bn (€4.1bn) to buy 75% of its Indian affiliate Hindustan Unilever (HUL). The company already owns 52% of the affiliate. The cosmetics and food markets are burgeoning in India. With the continued ...Cosmetics Business, 18 hours ago Parent eyes more of HUL The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago Unilever will spend $5.4 b to hike stake in HUL to 75% Business Line, 3 weeks ago
Indian equities traded higher in the post noon trade today with some buying interest seen in FMCG, healthcare, technology and capital goods. However, realty and oil & gas fell the most. At 1.07 pm, the Sensex was trading up 75.04 points or 0.37% at 20,186.65 ...Myiris, 3 hours ago
Indian markets pared some of its initial gains in the noon trade on Wednesday. Technology, IT, FMCG and healthcare stocks traded higher while realty and oil & gas declined. At 12 noon., the Sensex was trading up 40.43 points or 0.20% at 20,152.04 with 18 ...Myiris, 4 hours ago Mid-MarketSensex gains nearly 1%; Bank, FMCG stocks r... SBICAP Securities, 2 weeks ago Sensex down 87 points, set to end on weak note Sify, 2 days ago Sensex comes off higher levels; Cipla up 3% Sify, 6 days ago
Macquaries Head of Research Rakesh Arora feels valuations in FMCG space are extremely high. He says research firm is underweight on FMCG.Money Control, 1 day ago SBI MF announces dividend under SBI FMCG Fund SBICAP Securities, 1 week ago SBI FMCG Fund declares dividend Indian-Commodity, 1 week ago SBI FMCG Fund announces dividend HDFC Securities, 1 week ago
Sensex crosses 20,000-mark, first time since Jan 31 Sensex trades below half a percent; FMCG stocks plummet Sensex down nearly half a percent Sensex up nearly half a percent Mumbai, May 20 (IANS) A benchmark index of Indian equities markets closed ...Taaza.com, 1 day ago Sensex rangebound; realty, banking stocks rally Prokerala, 6 days ago Sensex closes flat; capital goods stocks gain Taaza.com, 4 days ago Sensex rangebound; realty, banking stocks rally Headlines India, 6 days ago
Gestation periods are long in the business under normal market conditions and longer given the competitive intensity in India. Twelve years after entering the fast-moving consumer goods business, cigarette major ITC has steered it into the black. That’s ...DNA, 1 day ago Indonesia's TV Market Cools Asia Media Journal, 1 week ago FMCG drives Indian share markets Equitymaster.com, 3 weeks ago Indian share markets open firm Equitymaster.com, 2 days ago
n a chat with ET Now, G Chokkalingam, Executive Director & Chief Investment Officer, Centrum Wealth Management shares his view on the auto sector: ET Now: How are you looking at autos considering the U-turn that they have made suddenly? G Chokkalingam: We are ...Economic Times, 1 day ago
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