The aim is to push HUL to No 2 in five years: Ramdev
Patanjali will touch Rs 25,000 crore in revenue by the end of the current fiscal year.
Patanjali group eyes Rs 25k crore turnover in FY20
Patanjali group will register a joint turnover of Rs 25,000 crore in the current fiscal en...
Marico, Dabur could do better than HUL, Glaxo as downtrading returns: Mahantesh Sabarad
Rural-based low-end consumption stocks will be better...
Share market update: FMCG shares down; P&G dips nearly 1%
The Nifty FMCG index was trading 0.01 per cent up at 31,155.20.
6 of top-10 most valued firms add Rs 62,773 crore in market cap; HUL, RIL show the way
HUL's valuation zoomed by Rs 22,827.94 crore to Rs 4,45,778.10 crore, topping the gainers' chart.
Telecom AGR dips 4.5% in Q2
The telecom industry recorded a 4.56% quarter-on-quarter fall in adjusted gross revenue (AGR) in July-September 2019, hit by seasonal weakness in call volumes and the shutdown of mobile services in Jammu and Kashmir.
HUL, HPCL, GAIL among 12 stocks that analysts are betting on for solid gains
Here are 12 money-making ideas that can deliver solid gains over the next few weeks.
Analyst Calls: MCX, ZEEL, HUL, KEC International
IDBI Capital Markets has maintained buy rating on Astral Poly Technik with a target price of Rs 1,342.
Market Movers: YES Bank tanks, Edelweiss jumps; 88 stocks flash ‘buy’ signals
NSE barometer Nifty gained 72.75 points to 12329. Both the indices closed at record highs
Stocks giving buy signals on MACD charts: ITI, Grasim, HUL & 10 more
Data showed 13 stocks have formed bullish crossovers on the momentum indicator.
Axis Securities has buy on Hindustan Unilever, target price Rs 2,175
Hindustan Unilever in the Indian context is better placed to wade through cyclical downturns.
Snapdeal founders summoned in ‘fake’ HUL products case
In the case, HUL claimed that the sellers had offered fake Indulekha-branded hair oil and hair cleanser on Snapdeal. The consumer goods company that owns the brand had made Snapdeal and its logistics partners party to the case.
Patent office rejects Tatas’ plea for Swach water purifier
The Delhi patent office has rejected an application by Tata Chemicals for its water purifier Swach on grounds of it being “obvious” and “lacking in inventive step”. The plea was rejected on January 2, on a pre-grant opposition filed a decade ago by HUL, which owns the Pureit brand.
Sanjiv Mehta to keep post of managing director at HUL; Nitin Paranjpe may be named non-executive chairman
A top Unilever executive will become non-executive chairman at the India unit
HUL Q2 net profit rises 21% YoY to Rs 1,848 crore
FMCG major Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) on Monday reported a 21.18 per cent rise in standalone net profit to Rs 1,848 crore for the quarter ...
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