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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » Company Financials or Group Financials?

Company Financials or Group Financials?

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1Company Financials or Group Financials? Empty Company Financials or Group Financials? Thu May 13, 2021 7:09 pm

Antonym

Antonym
Vice President - Equity Analytics
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While analysing financial statements, should I focus on the Company's financials or Group's financials?

Look at TYRE, for example (YE 31.03.2021):
Group shows EPS = Rs 12.00, but Company shows EPS = Rs 1.77

Which one is more relevant while taking an investment decision, and WHY?

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lakymahesh


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Tyre must have gud subsidiarys that pays well as dividends for them thats why earnings are high as a grup.

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Mr. X

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@Antonym wrote:While analysing financial statements, should I focus on the Company's financials or Group's financials?

Look at TYRE, for example (YE 31.03.2021):
Group shows EPS = Rs 12.00, but Company shows EPS = Rs 1.77

Which one is more relevant while taking an investment decision, and WHY?

You should consider the Group EPS.. because The company invested in the Subsidiaries... and their income is part of it...

Simple example : without investing in another company, if tyre buy a building and rented out to earn rents, the rent will become part of the company earnings.. Similar to buying a building, Companies buy or form other companies.. where there income also is part of the company.. but accounting method is different.

So we have to take the Group figures for valuation and other decision making purposes.

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ronstyn53


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@lakymahesh wrote:Tyre must have gud subsidiarys that pays  well as dividends for them thats why earnings are high as a grup.
Over 90% of their income is derived from their 50%  share of Ceat Kelani Holdings a joint venture with Ceat of India.

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