India Cements Limited's share price fell by 15% in last quarter
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India Cements Limited's share price fell by 15% in last quarter

The India Cements Limited's (NSE: INDIACEM) share price fell by 15% in the last quarter but still, the returns over the last three years have been pleasing.

In light of the stock falling 6.4% in the past week, it's important to investigate the longer-term story and see if fundamentals have been the driver of the firm's positive three-year return.

One way to study how market sentiment has varied over time is to look at the interaction between a firm's share price, and its earnings per share (EPS). India Cements was able to raise its EPS at 88% per year over three years, sending the share price high. The average annual share price increase of 25% is lower than the EPS growth.

It's excellent to notice how India Cements has increased profits over the years, but the future is more important for shareholders.

India Cements' thermal substitution rate (TSR) for the last three years was 101%, which surpasses the share price return noted earlier. The dividends paid by the firm have raised the total shareholder return.

India Cements provided a TSR of 19% over the last twelve months, but that return drops short of the market. On the bright side, that's still a profit, and it is certainly more profitable than the yearly loss of approximately 1.0% endured over half a decade.

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Also read: ICRA forecasts 18-20% Indian cement sales volume growth in 2022

The India Cements Limited's (NSE: INDIACEM) share price fell by 15% in the last quarter but still, the returns over the last three years have been pleasing. In light of the stock falling 6.4% in the past week, it's important to investigate the longer-term story and see if fundamentals have been the driver of the firm's positive three-year return. One way to study how market sentiment has varied over time is to look at the interaction between a firm's share price, and its earnings per share (EPS). India Cements was able to raise its EPS at 88% per year over three years, sending the share price high. The average annual share price increase of 25% is lower than the EPS growth. It's excellent to notice how India Cements has increased profits over the years, but the future is more important for shareholders. India Cements' thermal substitution rate (TSR) for the last three years was 101%, which surpasses the share price return noted earlier. The dividends paid by the firm have raised the total shareholder return. India Cements provided a TSR of 19% over the last twelve months, but that return drops short of the market. On the bright side, that's still a profit, and it is certainly more profitable than the yearly loss of approximately 1.0% endured over half a decade. Image Source Also read: ICRA forecasts 18-20% Indian cement sales volume growth in 2022

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