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Marico Limited (MARICO.NS)

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609.25+6.55 (+1.09%)
As of 03:06PM IST. Market open.
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Previous close602.70
Open607.15
Bid609.30 x 0
Ask609.20 x 0
Day's range601.90 - 613.70
52-week range486.30 - 613.70
Volume3,042,209
Avg. volume2,567,315
Market cap787.718B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.15
PE ratio (TTM)53.21
EPS (TTM)11.45
Earnings date26 Jul 2024 - 30 Jul 2024
Forward dividend & yield9.50 (1.58%)
Ex-dividend date06 Mar 2024
1y target est602.31
  • Reuters

    India's Marico expects revenue uptick in core categories for FY25; focus on foods segment

    CHENNAI/BENGALURU (Reuters) -India's Marico, which owns the Saffola and Parachute brands of packaged oils, expects revenue growth to outpace its volume growth in fiscal 2025, it said on Monday, adding that it would aggressively scale up food and personal care portfolios. It aims to scale up the foods and premium personal care portfolios to improve profitability parameters, and expects its share of domestic revenue from these segments to expand to about 25% by FY27 from about 20% currently. "We aim to grow Foods at 20% compound annual growth rate," it said.

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    India's Marico forecasts revenue growth in Q4 after three quarters of fall, shares up

    Indian consumer goods manufacturer Marico expects revenue growth in the March quarter after logging three straight quarters of fall, as demand for fast-moving consumer goods stayed consistent compared to the previous quarters, it said on Friday. The company said it eyed revenue growth as a percentage in the low-single digits and added that it expected consolidated revenue growth to trend upwards in the upcoming quarters. Consumer goods makers have grappled with subdued sales in rural areas in recent quarters as people cut back spending on both essentials and discretionary items amid price pressures.

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    India's Marico, Adani Wilmar say Q3 revenue down on lower demand, prices

    BENGALURU (Reuters) -Indian consumer companies Marico and Adani Wilmar on Friday said revenue in the third quarter ended Dec. 31 fell from a year ago due to lower demand and selling prices. While Marico said its revenue declined in the low single digits on weaker rural demand, Adani Wilmar said its revenue fell 15%, impacted by lower pricing of edible oils. Marico, which makes personal care products such as Parachute coconut oil, said its domestic volumes grew in low single digits from a year ago.