September 22, 2016
(having a market cap of rs 272.9 cr.) operating in edible fat sector.
jvl agro industries ltd. key products/revenue segments include edible oil
which contributed rs 4195.80 cr to sales value (95.27% of total sales),
others which contributed rs 93.47 cr to sales value (2.12% of total sales),
de-oiled cakes which contributed rs 62.47 cr to sales value
(1.41% of total sales), other sales which contributed rs 24.83 cr
to sales value (0.56% of total sales), others (traded) which contributed rs 22.88
cr to sales value (0.51% of total sales), rice which contributed rs 4.43 cr to
sales value (0.10% of total sales), for the year ending 31-mar-2015.
for the quarter ended 31-mar-2016, the company has reported a standalone
sales of rs. 858.57 cr. company has reported net profit after tax of rs
. 3.89 cr. in latest quarter.
debt / equity - 0.45
ev/ ebita - 0.85
interest / ebita - 0.6
reserve - 412 cr.
book value - 31.8rs
this quarter the profit decreased because of interest (yearly) and tax as
per pervious years balance sheet and the delay in posting the march
quarter result. which created panic
among the investors to sell. company has a good fundamentals.
cash reserves and compare the debt. (debt / cash reserves - 0.57) which is very good.
(cash reserves / total shares) - 24.5rs. its should at least at this price as per fundamentals.
one can buy and hold for decent gains from here for a target of 22 - 23 possibly.
September 20, 2016
RCOM has announced the merger of its wireless business with that of Aircel.
RCOM and Aircel’s parent Maxis will hold 50% each in the merged company
(MergedCo) which has 12% combined revenue market share. RCOM will transfer
Rs 200 bn debt to the MergedCo which will have debt/equity of 1x.
Management is expected to share the financials and operating metrics
of the MergedCo closer to consummation of the deal. Thedevelopment
will drive market share gains and scale efficiencies in the future.
J Kumar Infraprojects’ (JKIL) Q1FY17 revenue, at INR 4bn, spurted 11% YoY with
work picking up in flyover projects in the Mumbai region. EBITDA margin stood
at 16.9% YoY (down 164bps YoY). With capital costs remaining in control, PAT
rose 16% YoY to INR 295mn. The company has formally received the much-delayed
Mumbai Metro Line 3 (INR 50bn) and Line 7 (INR 3.6bn) projects, while agreement
signing for Line 2A project (INR 13.5bn) is expected shortly. Ground work on
all the 3 metro projects has already started. Delays in award of the metro
projects and our conservative stance on execution ramp up results in 4%/7% cut
in FY17/18E earnings. However, we believe JKIL remains one of the best bets in
the EPC space owing to strong revenue visibility (book-to-bill at 7x), healthy
balance sheet (net debt:equity at 0.1x) and attractive valuations
(trading at 6.5x FY18E P/E). Maintain 'BUY' with revised target price
of INR 372 (INR 400 earlier).
September 19, 2016
BSE: 532461 | NSE: PNB | ISIN: INE160A01022 |
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State-owned Punjab National Bank has roped in Indian test skipper Virat Kohli
as brand ambassador to improve its image which has taken a hit due to rising bad loans.
On the occasion Kohli said 'PNB is Mera Apna Bank' as he has been an account holder of
the bank since the age of 16 years. "Today PNB is seen as a complete universal bank. Virat Kohli,
an energetic young sportsman having mass appeal to the youth of our country has been chosen as
brand ambassador who comes with qualities like determination, focus and for whom winning is a habit,
" the bank said in a statement. Since its inception in 1895, it said, PNB has been people's bank serving
millions of customers throughout India. Over the years, PNB has grown from strength to strength
and has established itself as a major player in Indian banking space, it said, adding,
the bank has remained a trusted name in banking, attending to all the segments of the society.
For the first quarter ended June, the bank's profit declined by a 58 per
cent to Rs 306 crore on account of mounting bad loans. During the quarter,
provision towards non-performing assets (NPAs) have jumped almost three-fold to Rs 3,620 crore
from Rs 1,291 crore in the same period a year ago. The Gross NPAs rose significantly to 13.75 per
at the end of June 2016, from 12.9 per cent in the year-ago period. The net NPAs too rose to 9.16
per cent against 8.61 per cent in June 201
5. In absolute terms, the gross NPAs of the bank more than doubled to Rs 56,654.09 crore from the year-ago levels.
BSE: 533144 | NSE: COX&KINGS | ISIN: INE008I01026 | SECTOR: MISCELLANEOUS
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