Financial Statements

Income

Balance Sheet

Cash Flow

What is an income statement?

The income statement indicates a company's financial performance measured over a reporting period. Performance is assessed by summarising how the business incurs its revenues, expenses and net profit or loss incurred over the period. It's also called the P&L statement

Income Statement

Lower than Industry Revenue Growth
A higher-than-industry revenue growth represents increased potential for the company to increase their market share

Over the last 5 years, revenue has grown at a yearly rate of -7.82%, vs industry avg of -6.7%

Decreasing Market Share
Market share is the percentage of an industry's total sales going to a particular company. It gives a general idea of the size of a company v/s its competitors

Over the last 5 years, market share decreased from 2.32% to 2.25%

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Financial Year
Total Revenue
Raw Materials
Power & Fuel Cost
Employee Cost
Selling & Administrative Expenses
Operating & Other expenses
Depreciation/Amortization
Interest & Other Items
Taxes & Other Items
EPS
DPS
Payout ratio
FY 2013
361.40
42.23
42.57
82.45
46.74
68.01
31.59
29.38
2.81
0.87
0.55
0.63
FY 2014
358.76
46.14
44.68
87.80
74.04
65.93
35.06
31.16
-3.43
-1.27
0.55
FY 2015
371.19
42.86
42.14
92.97
47.24
82.30
33.37
31.99
-3.33
0.09
0.40
4.33
FY 2016
311.83
36.35
36.15
89.11
49.76
73.04
23.94
31.56
-15.74
-0.69
0.20
FY 2017
340.16
37.21
34.25
91.27
53.17
70.08
24.98
32.19
-7.97
0.28
0.00
0.00
FY 2018
362.28
40.44
34.81
98.69
55.87
72.06
27.66
30.89
-4.25
0.34
0.00
0.00
FY 2019
461.01
37.07
33.35
97.59
55.79
81.63
28.38
27.18
8.43
5.13
0.50
0.10
FY 2020
298.83
30.41
26.05
86.56
45.72
64.77
27.70
24.02
1.85
-0.46
0.20
FY 2021
123.12
15.10
13.69
63.32
25.00
30.80
28.75
22.01
-4.26
-3.99
0.00
0.00
FY 2022
226.44
195.98
26.26
22.20
-5.16
-1.13
0.00
0.00

Company Updates

Annual Report and Investor Presentation updates mentioned here are as reported by the company to the exchange
FY 2013

Annual Report Unavailable

FY 2014

Annual Report Unavailable