Nifty 50 - Q1FY20 Earnings Key Highlights


Q1FY20 Earning Aggregates: A Snippet (Review)

Nifty 50

For Q1FY20, Nifty 50 reported revenue growth of 7% and net profit growth of 1% on YoY basis. Profitability at the aggregate level has been languishing for the last couple of years, and the quarter gone by was no different. Tata Motors and Bharti Airtel dragged the profits down by around Rs. 6,500 crore, while SBI and ICICI Bank pulled it up by around Rs. 5,400 crore. On the sectoral front, banks and financials did well, IT delivered stable numbers, but refining companies’ dismal show continued. Alarmingly, Nifty 50 ex-financials reported PAT fell by ~13% (YoY).

Q1FY20 aggregates

Earnings Aggregate Compilation Q1FY20 aggregates

Annual reported net profit

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Next 150 stocks by market capitalisation

The story was no different outside Nifty 50. A study of the next 150 stocks by market capitalisation shows Q1FY20 revenue growth of 3%, while net profit de-grew by 23%. The outliers were PSU banks helped by PNB, Interglobe Aviation and Reliance Capital, while refiners, Vodafone Idea and IDBI Bank were key draggers. Here, the fall in PAT of ex-financials 33% was far severe than overall. Primarily banks, financials, cement and pharmaceuticals delivered positive growth.

Q1FY20 aggregates

Earnings Aggregate Compilation Q1FY20 Next 150 stocks by Market capitalisation Q1FY20 aggregates

This basket annual aggregate is a mirror image of the NIFTY 50 performance for FY19 inclusive and/or exclusive of financials. For FY19, reported PAT was down 1%, whereas ex-financials it de-grew by 13%.

Annual aggregates: Reported net profit

Earnings Aggregate Compilation Q1FY20 Annual aggregates Reported net profit

Earnings Aggregate Compilation Q1FY20 150 PAT ex financials

Next 300 stocks by market capitalisation (outside top 200 basket)

The favourable base and turnaround of PSU banks helped this basket post decent gains. For Q1FY20, revenue grew by 3% enabling it to post aggregate profit of Rs.13,741 crore from Rs 3,736 crore in Q1FY19.

Break-up of sectors

Earnings Aggregate Compilation Q1FY20 Break up of sectors

Q1FY20 aggregates

Earnings Aggregate Compilation Q1FY20 Next 300 stocks by market capitalisation Q1FY20 aggregates

Annual aggregates: Reported net profit

Earnings Aggregate Compilation Q1FY20 Next 300 stocks by market capitalisation Annual aggregates Reported net profit

Earnings Aggregate Compilation Q1FY20 Next 300 stocks by market capitalisation NIFTY Next 300 PAT ex financials

Q1FY20 earnings: Key highlights

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Our take: Decent recovery in the monsoons, lower interest rate trajectory, contained inflation, lower crude oil prices, healthy foreign exchange reserves, relative outperformance by the rupee, PSU banks back into the black, volume traction in FMCG and paints are factors capable enough to trigger a pull-back in the markets and provide a floor for corrections till Q2FY20 numbers are rolled out. The low base of Q2FY19 and for full year FY19 are an added plus. We expect PSU banks, pharmaceuticals, FMCG and infra stocks to positively surprise on earnings for the remainder of FY20. IT, private banks and select NBFCs will deliver steady numbers. Traction in Nifty 50 is likely to be led by expanding EPS rather than PER multiples. From here on, corrections are likely to be bought till the roll out of Q2FY20 numbers, the caveat being that any unprecedented global event may derail this thesis.

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