CARE Ratings Ltd: A Low Risk Bet on CAPEX Revival and Credit Growth?
Moneylife Digital Team 08 December 2022
CARE Ratings Ltd (CARE) is one of the three largest Indian credit rating agencies offering rating and grading services across a diverse range of financial instruments and industries. It also provides other research services, such as preparation of general and customised industry research reports. Its clients include banks and other financial institutions, private sector companies, public...
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Schneider Electric: Is the Business Improvement Sustainable?
Moneylife Digital Team 07 December 2022
Schneider Electric Infrastructure Limited (SEIL) is into manufacturing, designing, building and servicing products and systems for electricity network. Schneider’s product portfolio includes transformers, power transformers,...
Aarti Industries: September ’22 Results Update
Moneylife Digital Team 07 December 2022
Aarti Industries (Aarti) continued its subdued performance in Q2FY22-23 due to a challenging environment. Revenue increased by 34% y-o-y (year-on-year) to Rs1,685 crore, driven by higher realisations. It continues to suffer from...
Sterling Tools: Sept ’22 Results Update
Moneylife Digital Team 05 December 2022
Sterling Tools (Sterling) reported the highest-ever sales for its stand-alone fasteners business, with 20% y-o-y (year-on-year) growth. Operating profit margin expanded by around 500bps (basis points) sequentially as well as...
Granules India: September ’22 Results Update
Moneylife Digital Team 05 December 2022
Granules India (Granules) reported strong y-o-y (year-on-year) growth for the fourth consecutive quarter. We had earlier covered Granules in detail here. Top-line rose by 30% y-o-y to Rs1,151 crore led by higher paracetamol sales...
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