Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HLL.BO)
17 Oct 2014
|Market Cap (Mil.):||Rs1,638,370.00|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||2,163.15|
Reuters Market Eye - Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) falls 2 percent.
* Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) falls 2 percent. * Morgan Stanley downgrades to "underweight" from "equalweight." * Cites "lofty" valuations despite "weak" earnings growth. * HUL trades at 37.6 times 12-month forward earnings compared with 35 times for peers, Thomson Reuters data shows. * Morgan Stanley says ITC is its top pick in the Indian consumer goods sector. (firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com)
MUMBAI - Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) sees no immediate sign of recovery in demand for consumer goods after a transport strike last year helped sales volume in April-June outgrow estimates for the first time in eight quarters.
* Net profit 10.57 bln rupees vs 9.66 bln rupees analyst view
* BSE index falls 0.52 pct; NSE ends 0.54 pct lower * Hindustan Unilever up after quarterly volume growth beats estimates * Havells India falls; depreciation, taxes weigh on earnings * Bank of Baroda gains; lower provisions boost profit By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, July 28 - Indian shares fell on Monday to their lowest close in a week, as profit-taking hit shares of blue-chips such as ICICI Bank Ltd for a second consecutive session after the record highs of last wee
SINGAPORE, July 28 - July 28 - Hindustan Unilever Ltd : * Says June-quarter net profit 10.57 billion rupees * Says June-quarter net sales 75.71 billion rupees versus 66.87 billion rupees
* Metals stocks gain; Hindalco up 4 pct (Updates with senior official's comments on tax avoidance rules, CPI data)
MUMBAI, July 14 - Indian shares remained under pressure on Monday, falling for a fifth consecutive session as foreign investors turned sellers, hitting blue-chips such as ICICI Bank and Hindustan Unilever.
Reuters Market Eye - Shares in HDFC Bank gain 1.2 percent, while Hindustan Unilever falls 2.2 percent, as changes by MSCI to its global indices became effective after the close of markets on Friday.
* BSE index falls 0.73 pct; NSE ends 0.68 pct lower * Worries over sales weigh on Hindustan Unilever shares * IRB Infra gains on Maharashtra toll road project By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, April 29 - Indian shares fell for a third straight session and closed at their lowest level in 1-1/2 weeks on Tuesday as lenders including HDFC Bank declined on worries over offloading of index futures by foreign investors. Lenders led declines as they form a major portion of index