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Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd

NSE: BAJAJHIND

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Last updated : FY 2023

Key Highlights

    The Dividend per Share of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd is ₹ 0 as of 2023 .a1#The Dividend Payout of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd changed from 0 % on March 2019 to 0 % on March 2023 . This represents a CAGR of 0.0% over 5 years. a1#The Latest Trading Price of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd is ₹ 33.48 as of 18 May 15:30 .a1#The Market Cap of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd changed from ₹ 897.78 crore on March 2019 to ₹ 1647 crore on March 2023 . This represents a CAGR of 12.91% over 5 years. a1#The Revenue of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd changed from ₹ 1537 crore to ₹ 1874 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of 10.42% a1#The EBITDA of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd changed from ₹ 40.92 crore to ₹ 174.25 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of 106.36% a1#The Net Profit of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd changed from ₹ -44.91 crore to ₹ 90.56 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of NaN% a1#

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Fundamental Metrics

Market Cap

4,087 Cr

EPS

0.0

P/E Ratio (TTM) *

0.0

P/B Ratio (TTM) *

0.9

DTE *

0.9

ROE *

-1.9

ROCE *

0.8

Dividend Yield *

0

DPS *

0

Dividend Payout *

0

Ann.Dividend % *

0

* All values are consolidated

* All values are consolidated

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Dividend Payout Over Time

Dividend payout refers to the total dividends paid to shareholders relative to the company's earnings. It is a financial measure that determines the percentage of earnings paid out to existing shareholders as dividends. How to calculate Dividend Payout Ratio? The dividend payout ratio formula is as follows: DPR = Dividends paid / Net earnings With the dividend payout ratio, you can understand the company's priorities. It is an important metric that allows you to easily check DPR online.

Dividend Payout Over Time

Period
Mar '190
Mar '200
Mar '210
Mar '220
Mar '230

* All values are a in %

Dividend per Share (DPS) Over Time

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DIVIDENDYIELD

Dividend Yield is a financial ratio that shows the annual dividend income relative to the market price of a share. It is calculated by dividing the dividend per share by the current market price per share, expressed as a percentage.

Dividend Yield Comparison With Top Peers

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Net Profit Vs Dividend Per Share

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Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd

NSE: BAJAJHIND

PRICE

33.48

0.44(1.33%)

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Last updated : 18 May 15:30

SWOT Analysis Of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd

Strength

2

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Weakness

2

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Opportunity

0

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Threats

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Dividend Overview for Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd

  • Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd, boasts of a market capitalization of Rs 4088 Cr., with a share price of Rs 33.48 as of 18 May 15:30. While all stocks don't consistently pay dividends, Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd rewarded its shareholders, distributing 0.0 % for the full year.
  • In the year ending 2022, Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd declared a dividend of Rs 0, resulting in a dividend yield of 0.0% Assessing its dividend-paying capacity and valuation is crucial to determine its suitability as a dividend stock.
  • During the year ending 2023, Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd recorded revenues of Rs 6104 Cr, with a trailing EBITDA Margin of 4.7% and net-profit of Rs -86 Cr

Overview of Dividend

Types of Dividend


Special Dividend

A dividend is paid on common stock when a company has accumulated substantial profits over years, often seen as excess cash that doesn't need immediate use.


Preferred Dividend

A quarterly dividend is paid to preferred stock owners, typically accumulating a fixed amount, and is earned on shares that function more like bonds.


Interim Dividend

Companies declare interim dividends before final full-year accounts are prepared, specifically in India, during the financial year from April to March of the following year.


Final Dividend

A final dividend is issued after the year's accounts have been compiled. Aside from this, the following list highlights the most prevalent sorts of dividends:


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Market Cap Over Time

Market Cap or market capitalisation refers to metrics that are used to measure a company's size. It is defined as the total market value of a company's outstanding shares of stock. Formula of Market Cap: Market Capital = N * P Here, N for the outstanding shares P refers to the closing price of the company's shares. Types of Companies based on Market Cap: - Small-Cap stocks: Up to 500 Crore - Mid-Cap Stocks: From Rs.500 crore up to Rs.7,000 crore - Large-Cap Stocks: From Rs.7,000 crore up to Rs.20,000 crore

Market Cap Over Time

Period
Mar '19898
Mar '20307
Mar '21702
Mar '221815
Mar '231648

* All values are a in crore

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Revenue Over Time

Revenue term means the amount of money a company earns from its primary business activities such as the sales of its products & services. Types of Revenue: 1. Operating revenue: It refers to the income generated from the core business activities, which are sales of goods or services rendered. 2. Non-Operating revenue: It is the income generated from secondary sources unrelated to the primary business. Examples include rents, dividends, interest, and royalty fees. Formula for Revenue: The formula for calculating revenue is based on two goods & services: For goods: Revenue = Avg unit price x Number of Units sold For services: Revenue = Avg unit price x Number of Customers served.

Revenue Over Time

Period
Jun '221538
Sep '221330
Dec '221434
Mar '222059
Jun '231363
Sep '231163
Dec '231745
Mar '231875

* All values are a in crore

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EBITDA Over Time

PBIDT stands for Profit Before Interest, Depreciation, and Taxes. It is a financial metric that measures a company's profitability before accounting for interest expenses, depreciation of assets, and taxes. Formula to calculate PBIDT: PBIDT = Net Income + Interest + Depreciation + Taxes or PBIDT = Operating Income + Depreciation + Taxes PBIDT vs EBITDA vs EBIT vs EBT: Here is a brief explanation of the differences: - PBIDT (Profit Before Interest, Depreciation, and Taxes) includes taxes in its calculation, unlike EBITDA. - EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) excludes taxes and interest, focusing on operational performance. - EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) excludes interest and taxes, providing a measure of core operational profitability. - EBT (Earnings Before Taxes) includes all operating income but does not account for interest expenses. Conclusion: PBIDT, similar to EBITDA, is a measure of operational profitability but includes taxes in its calculation.

EBITDA Over Time

Period
Jun '2241
Sep '22-76
Dec '2290
Mar '22230
Jun '2325
Sep '23-25
Dec '23115
Mar '23174

* All values are a in crore

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Net Profit Over Time

Net profit is the amount of money a company retains after accounting for all expenses, depreciation, interest, taxes, and other deductions. Net Profit formula is expressed as: Net Profit = Total Revenue - Total Expense Net Profit Margin Ratio: Net Profit Margin Ratio = Net Profit / Total Revenue

Net Profit Over Time

Period
Jun '22-45
Sep '22-162
Dec '22-58
Mar '22131
Jun '23-75
Sep '23-123
Dec '2320
Mar '2391

* All values are a in crore

About Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd

About Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd

    Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd. (Formerly known as Bajaj Hindusthan Limited) (BHL), a part of the 'Bajaj Group', is India's number one sugar and ethanol manufacturing company, headquartered at Mumbai (Maharashtra), India. It was incorporated in the year 1931 as a sugar and cement manufacturing company. The name of the Company was changed from Bajaj Hindusthan Limited to Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Limited with effect from January 30, 2015. The Company has ten sugar plants, which are all located in the Northern Indian State of Uttar Pradesh (UP). The ten plants have an aggregate sugarcane crushing capacity of 96,000 tcd (tonnes crushed per day). Also BHL generates 397 MW of power from the bagasse produced in its sugar mills. After meeting its own energy needs, BHL has a surplus of over 90 MW. The Company has already begun to supply significant part of this surplus power to the UP state grid. The Company is engaged in the manufacture of sugar, alcohol and generation of power. The Cement factory at Udaipur started production from 26th March of the year 1980. In 1985, a sugar factory with 1,250 tonnes capacity per annum was commenced operation at Samporna nagar in the cane supply zone of Gola Palia sugar factories. A stack reclaimer for uniform feeding of timer tone and 2 diesel sets of 4 MW each were installed during the year. The name of the Company was changed from Hindusthan Sugar Mills Ltd. to Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd in 27th June of the year 1988. The Company completed the decontrol of cement effective from March 1st of the year 1989. Sharda Sugar & Industries Ltd (SSIL) was amalgamated with the Company during April of the year 1991. The Company has signed the Agreement for Sale (Memorandum of Understanding) in 10th June of the year 1993, and likely to handover the possession of the Cement Plant. The Company has received a Letter of Intent from Central Government in the year 1995 for installation of a new sugar plant at Sharda nagar, Lakshimpur, Dist. Kheri, UP with a capacity of 2500 TCD. BHL's subsidiary, the Construction Boards Ltd was amalgamated with the company in the year 1996. BHL's project of upgradation of boiler and power stations at Palia was commissioned in February of the year 1997. The Golagokarannath plant started crushing on November 22nd of the year 1998, and achieved installed capacity of 9000 TCD and its Paliakalan plant also started crushing on November 30th of the same year 1998, with an installed capacity of 7000 TCD. During the year Company also joined hands with Family Planning Association of India wherein a Project office is opened at Gola with necessary infrastructure. The cement plant is sold to J K Udaipur Udyog Ltd. for Rs. 1475 million. BHL had acquired the 5,000 TCD plant of Monnet Sugar in UP during the year of 2003. The Company made a tie up with State Bank of India regarding the term loans worth Rs 400 cr in the year 2004. As at November 2004, BHL commenced commercial production at its new Greenfield sugar Plant at Kinauni, near Meerut (U.P.) with production capacities of 7,000 tonnes sugarcane crushed per day (tcd). Two Greenfield sugar Units of BHL, in Thanabhavan and Budhana, both located in Muzaffarnagar district in UP, began its production during the sugar season. These were commissioned on October 27 & 28, 2005, respectively. The Company had commenced cane-crushing operations in its new Greenfield sugar plant in Bilai, in the Bijnore district of Uttar Pradesh in October 29th of the year 2005. BHL's Subsidiary, new pioneering ventures into the manufacture of Medium Density Fibre Board (MDF) and Particle Board (PB) during August of the year 2006. Both products are manufactured with bagasse from sugar mills and constitute significantly value-added forward integration. Simultaneous commencement project work on three more Greenfield plants with aggregate capacity of 27000 TCD, operations to commence in sugar season 2006-07. In May 25th of the year 2007, the company incorporated a subsidiary company with the aim of leveraging foreign business opportunities under the name of Bajaj Hindusthan (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. The power transmission line for the Co-generation facility at Kinauni was charged in July of the year 2007. The plant has now begun supplying 10 MW of power to UPPCL. A 12 km power line has been erected from the Kinauni Unit to the Ami Nagar Sarai substation to facilitate power supply to the grid. BHL decided to diversify into non-cyclical business, as part of this, the company had planned to manufacture speciality chemicals from alcohol during April of the year 2008. During the year 2007-08, Bajaj Hindusthan Limited (BHL) completed its on-going capacity expansion and has strengthened its leadership position in the sugar and ethanol sectors by further augmenting its sugar capacity by 7,000 Tonnes crushed per day (TCD) and the aggregate crushing capacity now stands 96,000 TCD. The Company's co-generation plant at Kinauni, Budhana and Gangnauli units commenced operations during the current financial year thereby taking the total number of co-generation plants to seven in the Company with aggregate generating capacity of 262 M.W. The Company incorporated another wholly-owned subsidiary, viz. Bajaj Eco-Chem Products Private Limited during the year 2007-08. During the financial year 2007-08, the company commissioned three new sugar plants at Kundarkhi, Rudauli & Utraula, all in the state of Uttar Pradesh, having an aggregate sugarcane crushing capacity of 34,000 TCD (tonnes crushed per day). With the commissioning of these new plants, total crushing capacity of BHSIL increased to 40,000 TCD. It commissioned three co-generation plants at Kundarkhi, Rudauli and Utraula units with an aggregate generating capacity of 80 M.W. In April 2008, the Company commenced commercial production at all the three plants of PB & MDF. During FY 2009-10, the Company's subsidiary, Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar and Industries Limited (BHSIL) was merged with the Company through Scheme of Amalgamation with the Appointed Date as April 01, 2010, which subsequently became effective from December 20, 2010. The merger of subsidiary BHSIL with the Company has further consolidated BHL's leadership position in the Indian Sugar Industry. Post amalgamation the Company has fourteen Sugar Factories with an aggregate sugarcane crushing capacity of 1,36,000 TCD, six distilleries having capacity to produce Industrial Alcohol of 800 kilolitres per day and Co-Generation plants having power generation capacity of 428 MW. The conversion of Bagasse fired Boiler into Multi-fuel Boiler at Gangnauli, Kinauni & Maqsoodapur Sugar Units was completed and put in operations in 2009-10. During the year 2009-10, Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar and Industries Limited (BHSIL), a 75% subsidiary of the Company has ceased to be a subsidiary of the Company pursuant to the Scheme of Amalgamation of BHSIL with the Company with effect from April 1, 2010 fixed as Appointed Date. During the period from April 01, 2012 (Appointed Date of Amalgamation) to September 30, 2012, the Company manufactured 4,905 MT of Particle Board (PB) and 10,118 MT of Medium Density Fibre Board (MDF) at its two plants at Kinauni and Palia Kalan, respectively.

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FAQs for dividends of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd

What is the current market price of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd Ltd as of May 20, 2024?

The current market price of Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd Ltd stands at 33.5 per share.

What dividend did Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd declare in the last fiscal year?

In the last fiscal year, Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd declared a dividend totaling ₹0.0.

What is the most recent dividend declared by Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd?

Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd recently declared a dividend of 0.0 in the latest quarter

How many times has Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd declared dividends in the current fiscal year

Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd has declared dividends 4 times totaling ₹0 in the current fiscal year (FY2023-2024).

How many times did Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd declare dividends in the previous fiscal year?

In the previous fiscal year (FY2022-2023), Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Ltd declared dividends 4 times totaling ₹0.
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