Bata India - Expect Gradual Recovery Post Q3: Dolat Capital  
Customers browse a newly opened Bata store in Ghaziabad. (Photographer: Prashanth Vishwanathan/Bloomberg)

Bata India - Expect Gradual Recovery Post Q3: Dolat Capital  

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Dolat Capital Report

Bata India Ltd.’s Q3 FY21 revenues were broadly in line with our estimate but Ebitda and profit after tax was a miss. Sequential recovery was encouraging.

Continuous addition of stores, new promotional activities and procuring institutional contracts would help the company to recover.

Post re-opening of markets, most of the retail businesses have reached to pre-Covid-19 level. With opening of schools and offices, we believe that Bata would also regain lost momentum.

Our recent channel check suggests that the casual and sports category has bounced during the end of Q3 FY21.

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