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DABUR vs BRITANNIA - Comparison Results

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With over 125 years of existence, Dabur India is the fourth largest FMCG company in India. The company has a distinct positioning on the traditional Ayurvedic healthcare system having presence in personal care, health care and food. Domestic consumer... More


Britannia is the leading biscuit manufacturer with a 33% market share of the overall biscuit market. Apart from the core business of biscuits that contributes a lion's share of 93%, the company has a presence in other food categories such as dairy, c... More


Current Valuations

P/E (TTM) x 46.0 63.0 73.0% View Chart
P/BV x 12.1 21.2 57.1% View Chart
Dividend Yield % 0.7 0.5 146.0%  


5-Yr Chart
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High Rs3203,575 9.0%   
Low Rs2452,524 9.7%   
Sales per share (Unadj.) Rs43.7754.5 5.8%  
Earnings per share (Unadj.) Rs7.273.7 9.8%  
Cash flow per share (Unadj.) Rs8.183.7 9.6%  
Dividends per share (Unadj.) Rs2.2522.00 10.2%  
Dividend yield (eoy) %0.80.7 110.4%  
Book value per share (Unadj.) Rs27.5224.7 12.2%  
Shares outstanding (eoy) m1,761.50120.00 1,467.9%   
Bonus/Rights/Conversions ESOPIS-  
Price / Sales ratio x6.54.0 159.9%   
Avg P/E ratio x39.041.4 94.2%  
P/CF ratio (eoy) x35.136.5 96.2%  
Price / Book Value ratio x10.313.6 75.7%  
Dividend payout %31.029.8 104.0%   
Avg Mkt Cap Rs m497,712365,934 136.0%   
No. of employees `0004.83.2 150.9%   
Total wages/salary Rs m7,8963,526 223.9%   
Avg. sales/employee Rs Th15,921.928,241.1 56.4%   
Avg. wages/employee Rs Th1,632.41,099.8 148.4%   
Avg. net profit/employee Rs Th2,639.92,759.2 95.7%   
Net Sales Rs m77,01490,541 85.1%  
Other income Rs m2,9841,505 198.2%   
Total revenues Rs m79,99892,046 86.9%   
Gross profit Rs m15,08912,782 118.1%  
Depreciation Rs m1,4291,193 119.8%   
Interest Rs m54055 991.4%   
Profit before tax Rs m16,10413,040 123.5%   
Minority Interest Rs m-343 -1,203.6%   
Prior Period Items Rs m30-   
Extraordinary Inc (Exp) Rs m00-   
Tax Rs m3,3034,197 78.7%   
Profit after tax Rs m12,7698,846 144.4%  
Gross profit margin %19.614.1 138.8%  
Effective tax rate %20.532.2 63.7%   
Net profit margin %16.69.8 169.7%  
Current assets Rs m31,16523,392 133.2%   
Current liabilities Rs m22,22513,454 165.2%   
Net working cap to sales %11.611.0 105.7%  
Current ratio x1.41.7 80.6%  
Inventory Days Days5227 196.7%  
Debtors Days Days317 426.8%  
Net fixed assets Rs m15,76110,354 152.2%   
Share capital Rs m1,762240 734.0%   
"Free" reserves Rs m46,71226,724 174.8%   
Net worth Rs m48,47426,964 179.8%   
Long term debt Rs m4,712314 1,500.7%   
Total assets Rs m77,31041,088 188.2%  
Interest coverage x30.8240.3 12.8%   
Debt to equity ratio x0.10 834.8%  
Sales to assets ratio x1.02.2 45.2%   
Return on assets %17.221.7 79.5%  
Return on equity %26.332.8 80.3%  
Return on capital %31.248.0 65.1%  
Exports to sales %00-   
Imports to sales %00-   
Exports (fob) Rs mNANA-   
Imports (cif) Rs mNANA-   
Fx inflow Rs m1,5821,846 85.7%   
Fx outflow Rs m9321,547 60.3%   
Net fx Rs m649299 217.3%   
From Operations Rs m12,3684,413 280.3%  
From Investments Rs m-8,169-1,499 545.2%  
From Financial Activity Rs m-3,390-2,951 114.9%  
Net Cashflow Rs m809-37 -2,216.2%  

Share Holding

Indian Promoters % 68.6 0.0 -  
Foreign collaborators % 0.0 50.8 -  
Indian inst/Mut Fund % 5.6 8.5 66.1%  
FIIs % 19.2 20.5 93.7%  
ADR/GDR % 0.0 0.0 -  
Free float % 6.5 20.3 32.0%  
Shareholders   123,555 45,387 272.2%  
Pledged promoter(s) holding % 0.0 0.0 -  
NM: Not Meaningful
Source: Company Annual Reports, Regulatory Filings, Equitymaster


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