Indian pharma market for anti-malarial products has shown declining trend over the last five years. Ipca, a leading player in anti-malarial products in India has also seen a downtrend in sales of these drugs. However, the trend in de-growth has been sharper in the industry when compared with a decline in IPCA’s revenue from anti-malaria products.
[Image 1: Compare screen shows anti-malarial products sales for the industry and IPCA]
[Image 2: Compare screen shows index for anti-malarial products sales for the industry and IPCA]
IPCA derives over 16% of revenues from anti-malaria products (Image 3). The company has maintained its position as a market leader in the domestic market for anti-malarial products with the share of ~50%. However, in recent months, IPCA’s market share has started dwindling marginally (Image 4).
Anti-malarial products account for 0.44% of the Indian pharma market while the average market share of the companies in this segment is pegged at 0.67%, which is fairly constant.
[Image 3: Therapeutic revenue contribution for IPCA]
[Image 4: Therapeutic market share for IPCA]
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April 2018 turned out to be a favorable month for crude oil prices. Rising geopolitical tensions in Syria and the Middle East coupled with higher demand and lower inventories aided a 5.6% rally in the crude oil prices in the past month. Moreover, the expectations of amicable resolution on trade war between the United States and China also supported a rise in crude oil prices.
FiND, alternative data platform has captured the key news items which supported rally in crude oil. At the same time, Heckyl platform has accurately captured underlying positive news sentiment around crude oil (Image 1).
[Image 1: Crude Oil News Flow during April 2018] Read the rest of this entry »
Low base likely to push growth further in coming months
The Commercial Vehicle (CV) sector, which is considered to be the barometer of an economy, recorded a surge of 19.9% in unit sales during FY18. The remarkable feature of this growth has been recovery post GST implementation (Image 1). Overall sales of CVs increased by 34% and 31% respectively in Q4CY17 and Q1CY18 after a decline of 9% in Q2CY17.
[Image 1: India CV quarterly unit sales and y-o-y change]
At the same time, the 12-month moving sum of CV sales witnessed sharp northwards movement post July-17 (Image 2). We assign this surge to fleet owners’ bulk buying post GST implementation. Moreover, this trend is expected to continue in coming months given improved macro-conditions at ground level, huge pent-up demand, the higher average age of the fleet and lower comparable (Q2CY17 was down 9% y-o-y).
[Image 2: India CV unit sales 12-month moving sum] Read the rest of this entry »
Highway developer Dilip Buildcon received extremely positive media coverage during the past 1-month. Buoyant media coverage lifted Dilip Buildcon’s news sentiment (50-day moving average DMA) to the highest level in the past 1-year on Feb. 23, 2018.
We highlight media coverage trends for Dilip Buildcon below:
#1. At 43, Dilip Buildcon’s news sentiment 50-DMA was the highest among its peers. On the other hand, news sentiment 50-DMA for Sadbhav Infrastructure Project was the lowest among highway developers.
2017 was the first year when Tesla’s Model S outsold its German rivals in the luxury sedan segment in Europe. Model S was launched in Europe in 2013, the same year as Mercedes S-Class and has been the main rival of S-class till 2016 before outpacing it in 2017 (Image 1).
Globally, Model S remains Tesla’s best-selling model and constituted more than half (53%) of the global deliveries in FY17.
[Image 1: Luxury sedan annual retail sales in Europe for top 4 players]
Model S retail sales grew at a staggering 38.6% in 2017. On the other hand, BMW 7-Series and Mercedes S-Class recorded a drop of 13.4% and 1.4% respectively in 2017. Meanwhile, Audi A-8 reported a modest growth of 9.6% in 2017. Read the rest of this entry »