Crude-Linked Input Prices Firming Up For Consumer Companies: Nirmal Bang
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Crude-Linked Input Prices Firming Up For Consumer Companies: Nirmal Bang

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Nirmal Bang Report

In this note, we track and highlight near term trends in average price movement of key commodities/inputs for our Coverage Consumer Companies (within fast moving consumer goods, paints, Alco-Bev and quick service restaurant sectors).

As per data available till date, the trend in Q3 FY21 indicates continuous inflationary environment in palm oil and edible oil, with crude-linked commodities and crude derivatives also firming up now.

Agri commodities largely remain benign and tea prices, which saw sharp inflation in H1 FY21, witnessed some cooling off in November.

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Nirmal Bang Consumer Sector- Input cost monitor- 29 December 2020.pdf


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