For this divestment-related petroleum marketing and retailing company, for which divestment is unlikely to materialize in 2022 given the pace at which the process is advancing (as financial offers have yet to be released). open), Jefferies suggested a “Buy” for a 1-year price target of Rs. 540. Considering the last closing price of Rs. 392, returns will be 38%.
“Buy” was suggested because privatization is no longer included in the price. “After correction, BPCL’s forward PB is the lowest for 7 years and is 20% off the multiple before the announcement of the privatization plan.
The research house BOB Caps has assigned a “Buy” label to this white goods company. The suggested price target to be reached within one year is Rs. 1371. Considering the current price of Rs. 985, that means upside potential of 39%.
The rationale given for the purchase is the company’s growing market share in the room air conditioning industry due to the economic launches, the focus on the growing commercial refrigeration market as well as the compelling valuations by compared to his peers.
Coal from India:
The stock of the monopoly company, which is the world’s largest charcoal producer, has been rated “Buy” by Motillal Oswal with a price target of Rs. 200 to be achieved within one year. The stock settled at a price of Rs. 149, representing consecutive gains of 34%.
The purchase was granted given an attractive valuation of 3 times EV / Ebitda and a high dividend yield of 11%. Other than that for the business, the second half is much better than the first half.
At the current price, given the target price of Rs. 2036, potential investors in the script can realize gains of 24%. The purchase price and the target price were given by Edelweiss. And the clarification given is that while the company took advantage of Covid-related opportunities in FY21, normal growth is expected to resume in FY23.
The finance company received a “Buy” from Prabhudas Lilladher for a target price of Rs. 3,500. At the current price of Rs. 2,626, the script can offer 33% payout.
The buy recommendation assumes that the company is the dominant player in affordable home loans for the self-employed. The company reflects Gruh Finance’s strong business model of yesteryear and will continue to achieve top quality valuations.
JM Financial has a “Sell” on shares of this payment company and gave a price target of Rs. 1,240, down 20%. “Selling” assumes that the business faces stiff competition and will face challenges in acquiring customers that will negatively impact the core payment business of the business.
For the power distribution and generation company, the sale was suggested for a target price of Rs. 156. This is a direct 50% downside to the LTP of Rs. 300 / part.
The brokerage’s commentary indicates that the split between gray and green business will get a better rating for renewable energy business, but a higher multiple for the RE platform makes sense after the overall auction resumes.
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