Hero MotoCorp Q3 Review - Rising Input Costs A Key Headwind To Margins: ICICI Securities
A Hero MotoCorp motorcycle is displayed at a dealership in New Delhi. (Photographer: Prashanth Vishwanathan/Bloomberg)  

Hero MotoCorp Q3 Review - Rising Input Costs A Key Headwind To Margins: ICICI Securities

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ICICI Securities Report

Hero MotoCorp Ltd.’s Q3 FY21 operating numbers beat consensus estimates with Ebitda margin at 14.5% (down 39 basis points YoY).

Topline grew approximately 40% (marginally above consensus) to ~Rs 98 billion as average selling price rose ~17% YoY to ~Rs 53,000 per unit.

The company witnessed improvement in demand during the festive season on the back of improving rural sentiment, however, a steep increase in commodity costs is likely to keep margins in check.

Though we continue to prefer rural-facing companies; however, as more states are reopening public transportation / educational institutions, we expect scooters to witness the release of pent-up demand.

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