Now you can do grocery shopping online

With the boost of E-Commerce, FMCG companies are tying up with retailers to sell groceries online!

FMCG sees slow business in 2014; executive movements aplenty

They are called 'Fast Moving Consumer Goods' companies, but it has turned out to be a year of slow business for the FMCG sector, even as movements were quite visible in 2014 among those at the helm of affairs.

FIIs trim stake in FMCG companies during Jan-Mar quarter

Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) have reduced their exposure in fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies such as Colgate, Dabur and Emami during the January-March period of FY'14 as compared to the preceding quarter.

FMCG companies stepped up advertising spends in H1FY14 to counter slowdown

Major FMCG companies have raised their advertising and promotion spends in the first six months of the current fiscal.

FIIs betting big on FMCGs in July-Sept quarter: Report

Experts believe that FIIs have been showing interest in the Indian FMCG companies due to their defensive appeal and besides, these stocks have been performing well on good earnings.

Sweet chin music for India Inc

The ripple effect of the economic slowdown is now evident in the consumer discretionary space. The looming possibility of a deceleration very much exists on the horizon of consumer market.

Sweet chin music for India Inc

The ripple effect of the economic slowdown is now evident in the consumer discretionary space. The looming possibility of a deceleration very much exists on the horizon of consumer market.

Foreign investors hiked stake in FMCG companies in Apr-Jun

Experts believe that FIIs have been showing interest in the Indian FMCG companies due to their defensive appeal and attractive valuation.

FMCG sector: Bucking the trend, but for how long?

Most of the FMCG companies have bucked the trend by posting stellar top line growth driven by sustained volumes.

FMCG sector: Bucking the trend, but for how long?

Most of the FMCG companies have bucked the trend by posting stellar top line growth driven by sustained volumes.