Maruti Suzuki Q3 Review - Healthy Order Book, Low Inventory To Drive Earnings: Dolat Capital
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Dolat Capital Report
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.’s Q3 FY21 Ebitda margin at 9.5% was below estimates impacted by increase in input cost (gross profit margin slipped by 257 basis points QoQ), unfavorable forex movement and salary increments to employees.
The company has taken an average price hike of approximately 2% in the month of January 2021 to mitigate the impact of raw material cost.
Demand recovery has been good, volume grew 13.4% YoY in Q3 driven by first-time buyers (share increased to 49% versus 43% YoY), pent-up demand, and strong rural market.
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