The second wave of Corona will shock the earnings of companies, the earnings of the shares may fall.


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Local lockdowns and restrictions being put in place to control the cause of Corona infection can cause a huge blow to the earnings of corporate companies. Analysts have started reducing the earnings estimates of these companies. During the last four weeks, it has been estimated a & nbsp; decrease in earnings per share of 80 companies included in the NSE 500. The possibility of a decrease in earnings of companies has increased due to the downgrading of auto, pharma and banking shares. However, analysts believe that if the situation in Corona improves, then the situation can be normalized very fast. But at the moment, there is not much hope for it.

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Nifty 50 included Bharti Airtel, Titan, Tata Motors, Hindustan Unilever, Indian Oil, ONGC, Dr. Reddy’s Lab, Bajaj Finance and Ultra Tech Cement. Motilal Oswal Financial Services Chairman Ramdev Aggarwal said that as Corona’s case grew, the situation of companies on the earnings front was deteriorating quite rapidly. & Nbsp;

Much depends on the speed of the vaccine

Some of the companies out of the Nifty 50 that are expected to fall in earnings include UPL, PI Industries, United Spirits, Jubilant Foodworks, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation, Container Corporation of India, Bharat Electronics, L&T Technology Services and Glaxo SmithKline Farms. Huh. & nbsp; However, Gopal Aggarwal of HDFC Mutual Fund says that if the pace of vaccination is accelerated & nbsp; then there may be good results on the earnings front. At present, the emphasis is on intensifying the supply of Corona vaccine in the country. The government can also ask for vaccines from some other countries. Also emphasizing on domestic production.

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