IT, Metals, Industrial Mfg. witness a steep fall in news sentiment in H2 CY19

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Heckyl Risk Analytics System is the first of its kind innovative application that provides early warning signals through analysis of traditional and alternative datasets for identifying distress sectors and companies ahead of time.

We have developed Sector News Sentiment Score in our Risk Analytics System for identifying the first sign of stress or green shoots of recovery in sectors. At the same time, our application offers deep-dive analytics on sectors through analysis of news flow under various categories.

Moreover, our application also helps in identifying the best and the worst performing companies within each sector through analysis of news sentiment.

To show the capabilities of our Risk Analytics System, we have prepared Sector News Report. Here, we present some of the key insights from the report:

Sector sentiment_Feb 15 - Fall

Sector sentiment:
#1. IT, Metals, Industrial Manufacturing and Telecom sectors have registered a steep fall in sentiment average in H2 CY19.

#2. Automobile sector sentiment average recorded the third consecutive sequential drop in H2 CY19.

#3. Chemicals, Pharma, Textiles and Fertilizers sectors’ news sentiment averages bounced back in H2 CY19.

Sector sentiment_Feb 15 - Rise

Category Sentiment:
#4. Operating Performance category sentiment turned negative for Telecom and Metal sectors in H2CY19. Meanwhile, automobile sector continued to record negative sentiment for the 2nd time in H2CY19.

Operating Category sentiment

#5. Red-flags category sentiment turned negative for IT, Media and Cement sectors in H2CY19. Meanwhile, automobile sector continued to record negative sentiment for the fourth time in H2CY19.

Redflags Category sentiment

#6. Sentiment for broader category Disruption (which includes Disasters, Layoffs, Supply Disruptions etc. sub-categories) deteriorated for Telecom, Automobile, Metals and IT sectors in H2CY19.

Disruption Category sentiment

Automobile
#7. Automobile sector consistently witnessed a sequential drop in average sentiment score from 75 in H1 CY18 to 16 for H2 CY19. The sector has recorded the sequential fall of 14 in sentiment for H2 CY19. The deterioration in sentiment score was primarily led by unfavorable news flow in broader news categories such Operating Performance, Red-flags and Disruption.

Sector Category

Company Sentiment:
#8. 40 companies from across 14 sectors witnessed sequential drop consistently in sentiment score from H1 CY18 to H2 CY19. Some of them are Apollo Tyres, Ashok Leyland and Hero MotoCorp from automobile sector.

Companies

Chemicals: Rain Industries Ltd
#9. Rain Industries consistently recorded a sequential fall in average sentiment score from 61 in H1 CY18 to -52 for H2 CY19. The sector has posted the sequential fall of 11 in sentiment for H2 CY19. The deterioration in sentiment score was primarily led by unfavorable news flow in broader news categories such Operating Performance, Red-flags, Disruption and Other.

#10. Some of the headlines that weighed on Rain Industries’ sentiment score in H2 CY19:
Aug. 7, 2019: Rain Industries closes its plant situated at Uithoorn, The Netherlands
Aug. 14, 2019: Rain Industries consolidated net profit declines 57.37% in the June 2019 quarter
Nov. 14, 2019: Rain Industries reports standalone net loss of Rs 0.87 crore in the September 2019 quarter
Dec. 2, 2019: Update on Hon’Ble Supreme Court Order For Payment Of Wheeling Charges

Company Category

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