Over the next 2-3 years, the breakfast will be the key driver of growth for Mc Donald’s, said Amit Jatia of Westlife Development.
The power generator posted a loss of Rs 325.3 crore in December quarter from a profit of Rs 104 crore in the same quarter of previous fiscal; brokerages worry on the company's debt situation, likely unfavourable result in an SC litigation.
Vibhav says demonetisation or not, the Indian market is bound to suffer due to this in the near-term. Nifty, he says is sure to break the Brexit day low point of 7,927 points.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Sanjiv Goenka, Chairman of Phillips Carbon Black spoke about the results and his outlook for the company.
"There is an improvement in demand. We see very sharp growth in the month of July than last year, let us hope it continues", TT Jagannathan, Chairman of TTK Prestige said.
N Ramanathan, Managing Director of Ponni Sugars told CNBC-TV18 that the company has been able to crush more sugarcane and improve sugar production this year. Therefore, improvement in average realisation, in sugar production and in sales volumes -- globally and domestically -- has led to better topline and bottomline for the current year FY17.
The company will also hope to sustain its bottomline growth at 35 percent, says Vivek Mahendru, Executive Director of Eon Electric.
Kamal Singal, CEO, Arvind Infra is happy with the company's performance for the full year. He is confident of maintaining a 30-40 percent growth rate going forward too.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18, Vivek Nirmal, company's Joint MD says while the volume pick-up has been small in newly-launched Shrikhand, the product has huge scope and will contribute substantially to the bottomline in next two to three years.
Harsh Mariwala, chairman and managing director, Marico Kaya says the company has had a subdued quarter but says the topline may not grow significantly, but the bottomline will see some growth in the upcoming quarters.
Arun Shrivastava, managing director and chief executive officer says the bank has lowered its target to 150 branches from the earlier 300, given the slump in the current environment.
C Krishna Prasad, Managing Director (MD) of Granules India said with only three to four main competitors in the US market, the company‘s topline and bottomline will benefit from the drug.
MK Dhanuka, MD, Dhanuka Agritech in an interview to CNBC-TV18 spoke about the first quarter numbers and the outlook going forward.
In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Ashok Gupta, MD, APL Apollo said it is looking to increase its capacity to 12 lakh tonne, which will be funded partly from the issuance of securities and partly from internal accruals.
Andrew Holland of Ambit Investment Advisors, says the government's measures in the fertilizer, power and coal space will not result in earnings improvement, only a rise in corporate orders will.
Sunil Gutte of Sunil Hitech Engineers is confident of meeting sales target for the current fiscal. However, expansion of bottomline remains a major challenge for the company
Encouraged by its recent margin improvement, YD Murthy of NCC looks to expand margins soon.
Dahej operations are performing as per expectations and once the second jetty at Dahej which is likely to be commissioned by March comes up; the volumes will improve further said RK Garg, director finance, Petronet LNG.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18, MD Khattar, chief executive officer, IL&FS Engineering, says high interest costs are putting pressure on the company‘s bottomline.
In three years, March 2013 to March 2016, Kajaria is projecting a turnover of almost Rs 3,000 crore plus and for that the company needs capex of approximately Rs 425-450 crore.
SP Tulsian of sptulsian.com asks traders to keep a view of about six months and look for a target of Rs 500 on Torrent Pharmaceuticals. He expects Indraprastha Medical Corporation, which is now ruling at around Rs 33, to move to Rs 40 maybe in six months or so.
Raymond always follows the path of hedging its exposure. So this is a temporary phenomenon of Rs 8 crore, excluding this component - then there is a healthy growth of 12 percent in EBITDA and the profit after tax (PAT) level
Domestically, the company plans to be more in retail space than wholesale space because retail space will have better profit margins, which in turn will help their bottomline.
India Inc's top line growth of for the fourth quarter FY13 will be at a 13-quarter low, says Ajay Bodke of Prabhudas Lilladher, reflecting a sharp dip in aggregate demand. Talking to CNBC-TV18, he says that revenues for Nifty companies are expected to grow at around 6 percent on a year-on-year basis.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Rajesh Bhatia, managing director, Tree House Education and Accessories gives the details of the stakes held by Aditya Birla Private Equity Fund and ON Mauritius after the preferential allotment.