Motilal Oswal: Q2 FY21 Textile Sector Update - Earnings Visibility Improves Across Companies
A worker handles a screen printed textile as others are hung to dry at a fabric washing in Ahmedabad. (Photographer: Sumit Dayal/Bloomberg)

Motilal Oswal: Q2 FY21 Textile Sector Update - Earnings Visibility Improves Across Companies

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Motilal Oswal Report

The Home Textile industry witnessed a strong demand revival during Q2 FY21 on high demand from big retailers (selling essentials), who saw their inventory pipeline running dry due to a demand recovery, lower channel inventory, and precautionary buying by big retailers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Increasing geopolitical tensions between the U.S. and China and global companies intending to establish an alternate sourcing destination are likely to benefit Indian textile players going forward.

Apparel/Fabric/Yarn players are next in line to benefit from a paradigm shift in demand to India, huge build-up of pent-up demand and benign raw material prices.

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