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India’s factory output shrank by a record 16.7% in March 2020 as economic activity came to a standstill because of the lockdown, prompting the government to announce a massive fiscal stimulus plan to revive industrial activity. The picture for April 2020 could be even worse with virtually nil growth in most sectors (except food and pharma), which will mean a very large dip in growth rate in manufacturing. In March 2020, manufacturing output slumped 20.6% while electricity generation shrank 6.8% and mining output was flat. For the year ended 31 March 2020, factory output contracted 0.7% against 3.8% growth in the previous year.
India’s retail inflation eased to a four-month low of 5.91% in March 2020 due to a sharp fall in vegetable prices. Inflation rate, based on wholesale prices, also eased to four-month low of 1 per cent in March 2020 largely on account of a sharp fall in food prices. According to ICRA estimates, WPI is expected to record a disinflation of 1.5 per cent in FY20-21, in contrast to the mild inflation of 1.7 per cent in FY19-20.
Financial year 2019-20 was marked by testing times on the economic front globally as well as domestically. Geo-political uncertainties, US-China trade war, economic slowdown in advanced economies as well as weak domestic economic growth constrained by slack in consumption demand and subdued investment climate and pressurised government finances posed various challenges.
The Nifty 50 Index tumbled 26.6% in 2019-20, the biggest slide in 11 fiscals. That came on the back of a 29% decline in the last three months of the financial year, the biggest quarterly sell off since 1992. The Sensex 30 index fell by 24.2%. The decline was led by sell off in banking and financial stocks with the Nifty Bank index plunging more than 40% in the last three months ending the year with loss of 36.7%.
In FY20, FPIs were net buyers in equities of Rs.6,153 crore despite a large outflow of Rs.61,973 crore in March 2020. This is compared to net sales of Rs.88 crore in FY19. On the debt side they continued to be large net sellers of Rs.48,710 crore including a large outflow of Rs.60,376 crore in March 2020. This compares with net outflow of Rs.42,357 crore in FY19.
The COVID-19 and the accompanying lockdown will have an impact on India’s growth in FY21. However, we think we could do better than what some economists have predicted - a mid single digit contraction in GDP for FY21.
is one of the popular s intermediary and a subsidiary of HDFC Bank, a private sector bank in India . This is one of the most leading stock broking companies in India and still now have completed 18 years of operation. was established in 2000 and is headquartered in with lots of branches across major all cities and towns in .
Products of the company:
The HDFC securities share value is dependent on its vast variety of products. The company offers 3 in 1 online investment accounts, which is a combination of an account with HDFC bank and demat and trading services of HDFC Securities. The company offers a host of services to its clients, which include:
- Equity Trading: HDFC securities provides a user-friendly equity trading platform and provides research services to its client.
- Mutual Funds: The company provides a platform to their clients to invest in mutual funds on SIP or lumpsum basis across all fund categories, namely equity, balanced, tax saver and debt.
- IPOs: HDFC securities IPO division enables its account holders to subscribe to the initial public offer of various companies.
- Derivatives: The company provides access to their client in equity and currency derivate segments which clients can use to hedge or speculate on the price movement of stocks or indices.
- Fixed Income: Their company provides various investment opportunities in fixed income segment like FD, NCD, Bonds etc. provided by the company for their clients.
- Exchange-traded Funds: The clients can invest in Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) through the company.
- Insurance: The company sells life insurance, general insurance and health insurance products of their partners to its clients.
- Small case: The company entails its clients to invest in various small cases which are essentially a curated basket of stocks based on a theme or trend.
- Other services: The company provides various financial tools and calculators, tax solutions and robo-advisory.
During the year under review, the Company’s total income amounted to Rs.862.26 crore as against Rs.770.66 crore in the previous year. The operations have resulted in a net profit after tax of Rs.384.15 crore as against Rs.329.82 crore in the previous year. The Company has emerged as a strong player in the financial services space offering a bouquet of savingsand investment products along with the core broking product. The Company had 262 branches across 161 cities in the country as on 31 March 2020 and also has multiple digital platforms to enable its customers have easy access to its products.
|Particulars||2020-21 (Amount in Crore)||2019-20 (Amount in Crore)|
|PROFIT BEFORE TAX||945.61||509.01|
|TOTAL TAX EXPENSES||242.39||124.86|
PROFIT/LOSS AFTER TAX
Profit and Loss
DHIRAJ RELLI - Managing Director
Shareholding in the company - 0.19 %
ASHISH KAMALKISHORE RATHI - Wholetime Director
Shareholding in the company - 0.04 %
JAGDISH CAPOOR - Director
KUNAL SURESH SANGHAVI - Chief Financial Officer
VENKATAKRISHNAN EASWARAN NURANI - Company Secretary
MALAY YOGENDRA PATEL - Director
SAMIR VIJAY BHATIA - Director
BHARAT DHIRAJLAL SHAH - Director
AMLA ASHIM SAMANTA - Director
ABHAY AIMA - Director
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