Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Buy Alembic, target of Rs 44: Angel

Angel Broking has maintained its buy rating on Alembic with a target of Rs 44 in its October 24, 2008 research report. "For 2QFY2009, Alembic posted Net Sales of Rs 344.7 crore registering a growth of 13.1%. During 2QFY2009, the company posted Net Profits of Rs 15.0 crore, substantial part of which came on the back of Rs 22.5 crore forex losses booked by the company. Alembic has re-aligned its business model to leverage the opportunities available in the Pharmaceutical sector."

"Over the years, the company has also invested in R&D and built infrastructure to cater to the Regulated markets. The company is now through with its investment phase. The company’s 1HFY2009 performance has been impacted by forex losses on account of which we have pruned our FY2009 and FY2010 estimates by 54% and 23%, respectively. At Rs 27, stock is trading at 8.0x FY2009E and 4.2x FY2010E Earnings. We maintain a Buy on the stock, with a Target Price of Rs 44," says Angel Broking's research report.

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Source: Moneycontrol

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