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Higher costs likely to put pressure on Colgate-Palmolive's margins

Disruptions on account of the lockdown led to the decline in the performance

Colgate-Palmolive India | Q1 results

Ram Prasad Sahu  |  Mumbai 

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The Colgate-Palmolive Building at 300 Park Avenue between East 49th and 50th Streets in Midtown Manhattan, New York City | Photo: Wikimedia Commons

The stock of India’s largest toothpaste maker, Colgate, has shed 7 per cent over the last week because of a muted Q1 performance. Over the past year, the stock has risen 18.6 per cent versus a 46 per cent gain for the S&P BSE Sensex, and a 20.4 per cent jump in the BSE FMCG index.



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First Published: Mon, August 02 2021. 06:02 IST