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Friday, December 2, 2011

Tata Global Beverages Ltd:-Buy/sell/growth prospects and recommendation,news and results,target price and analysis,view and outlook,multibagger

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Story:Tata Global Beverages Limited engages in the development, marketing, and distribution of tea products. It involves in the cultivation and manufacture of black tea and instant tea; tea buying/blending; and sale of tea in bulk or value added form. The company also cultivates coffee, pepper, and other plantation crops, as well as converts coffee into value added products, including roast and ground coffee, and instant coffee. In addition, it engages in the sale of natural mineral water, minor crops, curing operations of coffee, and trading items required for coffee plantations. The company offers its products under the Tata Tea, Tetley, Good Earth, Eight O’Clock, Himalayan, Grand, Vitax, Sukk, Jemca, T4KIDZ, Laager, and Joekels brand names. Tata Global Beverages Limited provides its products in India, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and rest of the world.Tata Global Beverages Ltd (TGBL) for Q2Fy12 reported consolidated group net profit at Rs 76.95 crore, up 49% on a YoY. Its consolidated group income was up 12% at Rs.1,629 crore. Around 70% of its income came from overseas markets. What also helped was the price hike in July, the effect of which was seen in Q2. This is a good performance if one considers the currency fluctuations the company had to go through due to its exposure to the dollar, the UK pound and the Russian rouble. Sales growth in Europe, Middle East and Africa was muted at 5%.Input costs continue to remain high, up 17.4% in Q2. But thanks to cost control in employee costs, advertising and other expenses, the margin could have fallen more than the 59 basis point decline. Both coffee and tea prices have come off their highs seen so far in 2011, but are still expensive when seen on a YoY. Its debt currently stands at Rs.1,088 crore and it has cash of Rs.1,596 crore. Looking ahead, currency fluctuations and interest costs could remain worry points if demand too tapers off.

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