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Page Industries (PAG) Earnings: 2Q Net Income Falls Short of Estimates

By November 9, 2023 No Comments
  • Page Industries reported a net income of 1.5 billion rupees in the second quarter.
  • There was a decrease of 7.4% in net income compared to the previous year.
  • The estimated net income was higher at 1.56 billion rupees.
  • The revenue for the quarter was 11.3 billion rupees, showing a decline of 8.1% year on year.
  • Revenue was estimated to be higher at 12.31 billion rupees.
  • Total costs for the quarter were 9.27 billion rupees, down by 9.1% compared to the previous year.
  • Raw material costs accounted for 3.04 billion rupees, a decline of 20% year on year.
  • Other income was reported at 16.7 million rupees, a decrease of 37% year on year.
  • The company declared a dividend per share of 75 rupees.
  • The company’s performance was rated as 9 buys, 6 holds, and 8 sells.
  • All comparisons to past results are based on values reported by the company’s original disclosures.

A look at Page Industries Smart Scores


Smart Score is a compound score for the Company indicating its overall outlook. It is derived by taking an equally weighted average of underlying Factor scores computed by Smartkarma

Page Industries Limited has a long-term outlook that looks promising. The company develops, produces, and distributes branded underwear for men, women, and children in India and Sri Lanka. According to Smartkarma Smart Scores, Page Industries has a value score of 2, a dividend score of 3, a growth score of 4, a resilience score of 3, and a momentum score of 3. All of these scores indicate that Page Industries has a positive outlook for the long-term.

The value score of 2 is an indication that Page Industries is undervalued, meaning that investors can purchase shares in the company at a lower price than the estimated worth. The dividend score of 3 indicates that the company has moderate returns on investments. The growth score of 4 suggests the company is growing and has potential for further growth in the future. The resilience score of 3 indicates that the company is capable of managing risks and is likely to remain stable in the long-term. Lastly, the momentum score of 3 indicates that the company is consistent and has the potential to continue to grow.

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