Dabur India is set to announce its quarterly earnings on Thursday. The company has a high share of revenue coming in from the rural market.
Here are the key things to watch out for:
- The domestic business which accounts for 70 percent of its business will improve on account of the festive season shift.
- The international business is likely to grow on a base of 6 percent decline.
- 10.5 percent growth in the topline is expected, while EBITDA is likely to grow by 7.3 percent.
- That would mean the margins would compress by about 50 basis points. One basis point is a hundredth of a percentage point.
- Profit after tax (PAT) on the back of an EBITDA growth of 7.5 percent is seen at around 7.2 percent.
- Domestic volume growth is seen between 8 percent and 10 percent.