Monday, December 18, 2017 /04:20PM / Proshare Research
The consumer goods sector which is one of the attractive sectors on NSE has food products, beverages, automobiles, personal and households’ durables goods companies’ stocks listed in the sector.
A brief review of the EPS ratio of the Consumer Goods sector reveals that NESTLE tops based on EPS, followed by FLOURMILL and NB while 7UP and MULTITREX lead others with negative EPS.
NESTLE tops Consumer
Goods sector on Return on Equity (RoE) ratio while DUNLOP records
the least ratio with a negative figure.
DUNLOP tops Consumer Goods sector’s PAT Margin as NASCON follows on the ladder while MULTITREX and NNFM record the least percentage figure.
Consumer Goods sector records thirteen
(13) gainers to seven (7) losers in 2017 as at 15th December, 2017.DANGSUGAR tops the gainers’ list with +255.16% gain while 7UP tops the losers’ chart
with -20.95% loss.
Out of the thirteen (13) gainers, Food Products sub-sector has five (5) stocks to dominate the list, Beverages--Brewers/Distillers has three (3) representations, Food Products—Diversified and Personal/Household Products has two (2) representation each with Household Durables sub-sectors having one (1) representative.
Also, the Food Products subsector dominates the losers’ list with three (3) stocks and closely followed by Beverages--Brewers/Distillers sub-sector with two (2) stocks, while Household Durables and Beverages--Non-Alcoholic have a representative each.
Two (2) stocks prices remained unchanged so far in the year.