Maggi fiasco: Nestle shares extend slide; unfamiliar brokerages cut aim price

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FMCG vital Nestle India continued to face investors’ ire on a bourses with a batch acrobatics some-more than 6 percent in early Thursday trade.

In a eventuality of a famous noodle code Maggi holding a strike after a new commentary showed high turn of lead calm in it, several unfamiliar brokerages have slashed a company’s share aim cost amid worries of descending sales and a impact on a financials.

At 10.45 am, Nestle India batch was trade during 5,935, down 4.1 percent (Rs 251.10), after descending 6.1 percent to strike a low of Rs 5,800.10. The opposite has clocked volumes of 26,000 shares on BSE.



In dual sessions, a Nestle India batch has plunged scarcely 15 percent so far.

Among a unfamiliar brokages, Barclays has cut Nestle India’s aim cost by around 8 percent to Rs 5,149 from Rs 5,593, and BNP Paribas has slashed a company’s share cost aim by scarcely 8 percent to Rs 6,450 from Rs 7,000.

Further, Merrill Lynch also cut a share cost aim by 9.5 percent to Rs 5,700 from Rs 6,300 set earlier.

On Tuesday, CLSA revised downward a 12 month cost aim for Nestle by 9% to Rs 6,200, while Phillip Capital also downgraded a batch with a reduced aim cost of Rs 5,110.

Domestic brokerage organisation Edelweiss Capital also embellished a bearing to Nestle India’s share cost by reworking downward a aim cost to Rs 5,641, that is down scarcely 4 percent from a stream share cost turn on BSE.

According to analysts, Nestle India’s noodle code Maggi accounts for 20-25 percent of a company’s sum revenue, and with reports of several retailers and shops holding a product of their shelves post a findings, a association is expected to face a feverishness and take a strike on a sales front.