IDBI Capital: FMCG Sector - Anti-Fragility To Rescue Under-Performance
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IDBI Capital: FMCG Sector - Anti-Fragility To Rescue Under-Performance


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IDBI Capital Report

Covid-19 has made mankind realize its fragility-quotient in this universe.

On similar note, we get to know the fragility-quotient of companies in fast moving consumer good space as well.

The famous quote; ‘One should never cross a river four feet deep on an average’ should always be remembered to protect risk of wealth-destruction.

In this report we attempt to dissect anti-fragile companies which, in our view, will continue to outperform in wealth creation over a long period of time.

FMCG sector has resumed revenue growth within three to four months in the last three Asian crises.

However, since this crisis has forced people to work-from-home and avoid social gathering, we expect companies with high exposure to health, hygiene and food portfolio (a.k.a. anti-fragile companies) to deliver better revenue growth during FY21-22E.

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IDBI Capital FMCG Sector Update.pdf


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