Nondurable Household Products

Indonesia / Consumer Non-Cyclicals /  Nondurable Household Products

The Nondurable Household Products subsector on the Indonesia Stock Exchange consists of various subindustries, with one notable subindustry being Personal Care Products This subsector plays a major role in the Indonesian market due to the country's large population and increasing disposable income. As consumers become more conscious about personal hygiene and grooming, the demand for personal care products is expected to grow. Additionally, the trend of natural and organic products is gaining popularity, presenting opportunities for companies in this subsector to capitalize on this growing market segment. At this moment, this sub-sector appears to be in a bearish market sentiment, with a total market cap depreciation of approximately -40% over the past 365 days. It's possible that around 10 companies within this sub-sector may have encountered a negative market cap change, while it seems that only about 1 companies might have experienced a positive market cap change, indicating a challenging market environment. Notable companies in this subsector, based on market capitalization, include Unilever Indonesia Tbk, PT Victoria Care Indonesia Tbk, PT Uni-Charm Indonesia Tbk, PT Kino Indonesia Tbk, and PT Multi Spunindo Jaya Tbk.

P/E Value

The Nondurable Household Products sub-sector is typically considered defensive due to the stable demand for essential household items regardless of economic conditions. Historically, the P/E values for this sector have been moderate. The current higher P/E values compared to last year may be influenced by increased consumer spending on household products during the pandemic. ...

25.20

Price to Earnings

Nondurable Household Products Sector P/E
25.20
The Price-to-Earnings (P/E) ratio is a key tool for investors and analysts to assess whether a stock is overvalued, undervalued, or fairly valued. The P/E ratio is calculated by dividing the market price of a company's stock by its earnings per share (EPS).
Nondurable Household Products Weighted Sector P/E
25.04
The weighted average P/E ratio is a measure of the average P/E ratio of the companies in the sector, weighted by market capitalization.
Indonesia Stocks Avg. P/E
8.07

Resilience & Health Index

In the Nondurable Household Products sub-sector, which consists of 12 companies, it has shown strong performance by ranking first in price changes over the past 30 days, outperforming the overall IDX. This could be due to consumer demand for essential household items remaining steady. Despite no new companies entering the market this month, barriers to entry such as high ...

7.0

Sector Health Score

Nondurable Household Products Sector Max Drawdown
-0.45
The maximum drawdown is the maximum loss from a peak to a trough of a portfolio, before a new peak is attained. Maximum Drawdown (MDD) is an indicator of downside risk over a specified time period.
Indonesia Stocks Avg. Max Drawdown
-0.31
Nondurable Household Products RSD (Close)
0.15
The RSD (Close) is a measure of the volatility of a stock's daily price change. It is calculated as the standard deviation of each day's logarithmic returns summed over the past 90 days.
Indonesia Stocks Avg. RSD (Close)
0.17

Sector Growth Index

In the past year, the Nondurable Household Products sub-sector in Indonesia has seen a 0.94% growth in average Year on Year quarter earnings changes, while experiencing a -4.4% decline in average Year on Year quarter revenue changes. ...

1.0

Sector Growth Score

Trailing 3Y Nondurable Household Products Sector Growth
+0.58%
This uses geometric mean to compute a measure of the sector's revenue growth over the last 3 years.
Nondurable Household Products Current Revenue Growth
-4.40%
The change in revenue this quarter compared to the same period a year ago.
Nondurable Household Products Current Earnings Growth
0.94%
The change in earnings per share (EPS) this quarter compared to the same period a year ago.
Nondurable Household Products 1Y Market Cap Growth
-22.75%
The change in market capitalization relative to the same period a year ago.
Nondurable Household Products Recent Performance
18th
Recent growth beats 18% of all sectors in Indonesia.
Nondurable Household Products '25 Revenue Growth Forecast
+5.80%
The estimated change in revenue for the Nondurable Household Products sector in 2025.
Nondurable Household Products '25 Earnings Growth Forecast
+10.95%
The estimated change in earnings for the Nondurable Household Products sector in 2025.

Top Companies

Most profitable companies in Nondurable Household Products

Company

Profit (billion)

4844.37

471.38

186.39

85.77

71.03

Key Figures

Nondurable Household Products companies on IDX

12

Total Market Cap. (IDR, billion)

IDR 135,383.81B

1.18% of total market cap. on IDX
Range of P/E Value

-3 - 78

Average of 25.2 P/E
Sector CAGR

> 0%

Compound Annual Revenue Growth of -4.40%

Nondurable Household Products Sector Performance

IDR 135.38T

Sector Market Cap. (IDR, trillion)
  1. Last 4 Quarters

  2. Prev 4 Quarters

Sector Composition

Sector Valuation

Historical valuation of companies in Nondurable Household Products
More than 5% deviation of median from the last 3 years
Within 5% deviation of median of last 3 years
TTM: Trailing Twelve Months (TTM)
Metric2020202120222023Current (TTM)
Price/Equity6.8019.4923.9724.4325.20Higher than average of last 3 yearsRanked 30 of all sectors
Price/Book1.031.111.190.741.22Higher than average of last 3 yearsRanked 21 of all sectors
Price/Sales0.760.730.880.540.53Lower than average of last 3 years
Price/Cash Flow5.587.0315.364.504.72Lower than average of last 3 years

Executive Summary

Sector Performance

1W

+5.4%

1Y

-22.8%

YTD

-7.8%

Trailing 12 Months

Overall -22.8%

−0.50−0.40−0.30−0.20−0.100.10

Positive

Neutral (Within <2.5%)

Negative

Sector Percentile

18%

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100

This sector has a return that beats 18% of all sectors on the Indonesia Stock Exchange over the past 12 months.

Sector Dividend Yield

2.37%

Dividend-paying companies in this sector pay out a dividend yield of 2.37% on average over the past 12 months. This beats the average dividend yield of all companies on IDX, which is around 3.45%.

Sector Stabillity

84%

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This sector is comparably stable, with a RSD (Relative Standard Deviation) of 15%. Companies on IDX have an average RSD of 14%. This gives the sector a score of 84%.

RSD (Relative Standard Deviation)
84%
The relative standard deviation, caluclated from the S.D of the sector's returns.
Max Drawdown
-45.38%
The maximum loss from a peak to a trough during a specific period (TTM).

This past month

Over the last month, stocks in the Nondurable Household Products sector has remained flat, although notably PT Falmaco Nonwoven Industri Tbk has gained 139.13% in the last month.

Current quarter

This quarter, the sector has seen an average revenue decline of -4.40% compared to the same quarter last year.
When it comes to earnings, the sector has seen an average growth of 0.94% compared to the same quarter in 2023. Much of this growth is driven by the following companies:
VICI.JK(+14.6%), KINO.JK(+7.0%), MRAT.JK(+6.4%).

Last 12 Months

Companies in the Nondurable Household Products sector have seen a -22.8% change in market cap over the last 12 months. Investors have become pessimistic on the sector couple with macroeconomic factors that might be strong headwinds for the sector.

Most of the last 12 months in the Nondurable Household Products sector has been negative with May (+17.3%), June (+1.9%) and September (+1.4%) being the best performing months.

Sector Valuation

Has the Nondurable Household Products sector valuation in Indonesia changed over the past 12 months?

Price to Earnings Ratio

  • The Nondurable Household Products sector is trading at a median PE ratio of 25.20x, which is lower than its 3-year historical average PE of 25.04x. This puts the sector in the overvalued category based on its historical valuation.
  • Companies in the Nondurable Household Products have an extremely wide range of PE ratio, going between -3x to 78x.This makes it necessary to consider the outliers in the sector, and adjust for the respective market caps of each company to prevent any skewing of the data.
  • To add some perspective across the value disparity, among the top gainers in the last month, PT Kino Indonesia Tbk commands a premium with a PE ratio of 26.89 while PT Uni-Charm Indonesia Tbk. is trading at a PE ratio of only 7.69.
  • When weighted by market cap, the Nondurable Household Products sector is trading at a PE ratio of 25.04x as compared to the unweighted PE ratio of 25.20x. The unweighted sector median is a significant premium (3.1x) to the overall IDX median of 8.07x.
  • The Nondurable Household Products sector is trading at a PE ratio (25.20) that represents a significant premium to its historical average (18.67).

Sector Gainers

FLMC Logo
PT Falmaco Nonwoven Industri Tbk
FLMC.JK
Last Trading Day

IDR 55.00

1 Month

+139.13%

1 Year

-30.38%

UNVR Logo
Unilever Indonesia Tbk
UNVR.JK
Last Trading Day

IDR 3,200.00

1 Month

+19.40%

1 Year

-29.20%

P/E Ratio

25.20

UCID Logo
PT Uni-Charm Indonesia Tbk.
UCID.JK
Last Trading Day

IDR 855.00

1 Month

+1.18%

1 Year

-25.00%

P/E Ratio

7.69

KINO Logo
PT Kino Indonesia Tbk
KINO.JK
Last Trading Day

IDR 1,385.00

1 Month

+0.36%

1 Year

-7.97%

P/E Ratio

26.89

KPAS Logo
PT Cottonindo Ariesta Tbk.
KPAS.JK
Last Trading Day

IDR 62.00

1 Month

0.00%

1 Year

0.00%

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