The 4 reports from 1 analysts offering long term price targets for Raymond Ltd. have an average target of 275.00. The consensus estimate represents an upside of 4.34% from the last price of 263.55.
|Summary||Date||Stock||Broker||Price at Reco.||Target||Price at reco|
Change since reco(%)
|2020-07-17||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||252.45||275.00||252.45 (4.40%)||Target met||Hold|
|2020-01-30||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||634.55||739.00||634.55 (-58.47%)||180.40||Hold|
Consumption Slowdown Impacts Growth: The core textile business continues to be impacted by the low consumption withbranded textiles posting muted topline growth despite price hikes and the channelsales in the apparel division witnessed significant discounting.
|2019-11-11||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||742.00||850.00||742.00 (-64.48%)||222.52||Hold|
|2019-10-30||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||597.85||635.00||597.85 (-55.92%)||Target met||Hold|
|2019-08-21||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||587.25||637.00||587.25 (-55.12%)||Target met||Hold|
Margins Weighed Down on the Back of Domestic Factors: Revenues grew by 14% (9% excluding real estate) in Q1FY20, but margins were lower at 7.1% (6.7% excluding real estate) on account of adverse product mix, impact of higher wool prices, and lower overall consumer demand.
|2019-05-14||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||819.35||863.00||819.35 (-67.83%)||Hold|
Raymond Ltd. exceeded guidance expectations for the last 2 fiscals (Revenue and EBITDA growth of 11% and 28% CAGR over FY17-19). With minimal capex and no large expenditure required for the commencement of the real estate project, management expects the company to be FCF positive in FY20E.
|2019-05-03||Raymond Ltd.||Emkay||760.00||1000.00||760.00 (-65.32%)||Buy|
In Q4FY19, Raymond reported an 11% growth in sales, broadly in line with our estimates, mainly driven by growth in Apparel (21% yoy). Growth in Textiles was slower at 4%, while the Shirting and Garmenting segments grew moderately at 7% and 5%, respectively. EBITDA stood at Rs1,669mn, up 11% yoy but lower than our estimates by 7%. Margins, however, were flat. There was a 360bps negative impact on Textiles due to higher input...
|2019-01-30||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||728.50||823.00||728.50 (-63.82%)||Hold|
|2018-11-01||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||755.15||853.00||755.15 (-65.10%)||Hold|
Domestic Volumes in Textile Business Drive Growth: Wholesale and MBO (Multi - brand outlet) growth for branded textiles stood at 20% and 13% while MBO sales growth of branded apparels stood at 53% in Q2FY19.
|2018-08-08||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||776.05||856.00||776.05 (-66.04%)||Target met||Hold|
Performance Improves, Land Deal Key for Premium Valuation: A 4.5% growth in revenues on YoY basis (~ 8% excluding GST impact) and positive bottom-line for the first time in Q1 over 5 years (PAT of Rs. 19.2Mn) are significant positives.
|2018-05-23||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||995.50||1138.00||995.50 (-73.53%)||Hold|
The revenue growth for full year FY18 was largely in line with our estimates as the recovery in demand and the management's growth plans continue to take shape. Rebound in consumer demand, increase in channel sales and continued improvement in operational efficiencies saw revenue grow by 10% and EBITDA by 40%. Other segments, namely tools and hardware and auto components, continue to improve on operational front.
|2018-04-25||Raymond Ltd.||Emkay||1129.20||1129.20 (-76.66%)||Buy|
Results ahead of expectation; Consolidated revenues at Rs 16.3bnm up 11% yoy (+14% adjusted for GST); EBITDA margins improved by 160bps yoy to 9.2%; EBITDA at Rs 1.5bn, up 34% yoy; APAT at Rs 531mn, up 56% yoy Branded textiles grew 9% yoy to Rs 8bn, led by 36% growth in shirting division. Branded apparels grew by 12% yoy at Rs 4bn, led by extended EOSS and store expansion The key growth driver remains the branded apparel business, which is expected to clock a double digit sales growth over the next two years. We expect a consolidated revenue CAGR of 12% FY18-20E. The management expects to sustain the margin improvement...
|2018-04-09||Raymond Ltd.||Ventura||1032.70||1535.00||1032.70 (-74.48%)||Buy|
|2018-02-12||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||980.00||1109.00||980.00 (-73.11%)||Target met||Buy|
Continuing to perform well under the Re imagined strategy: Raymond's efforts in transforming the company, increasing product offerings, expanding throughout the country via the asset light model and efforts to improve efficiencyare bearing fruits. Consolidated revenues grew 14% YoY, and on like to like basis,(excluding GST impact) revenues grew 18% YoY.
|2017-07-21||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||801.85||935.00||801.85 (-67.13%)||Target met||Buy|
Extending reach through asset light model: Raymond Ltd. has revamped 143 stores and added a net of 120 stores in the last 2 years. The main focus has been the addition of EBOs, mostly in the franchisee (nearly 75% additions) model, thus,enabling the company to extend its reach, particularly to the smaller cities, at lower costs. Currently, Raymond has a total of 1,080 stores spread across Tier I, II, III andIV cities in India.
|2017-05-20||Raymond Ltd.||HDFC Securities||721.45||721.45 (-63.47%)||Results Update|
|2015-05-04||Raymond Ltd.||Phillip Capital||441.75||468.00||441.75 (-40.34%)||Neutral|
|2015-04-30||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||444.25||444.25 (-40.68%)|
Raymond reported a steady growth of 13% YoY of Rs.14, 116mn and flattish 2% QoQ on the back of 12% growth in the Apparel segment and decline of 13% & 7.3% on QoQ in the garmenting and auto components segment respectively. Lower revenues were also due to subdued domestic and export markets.
|2014-08-06||Raymond Ltd.||Karvy||421.85||500.00||421.85 (-37.53%)||Target met||Buy|
Karvy initiates coverage of Raymond with a Buy Rating. Market Leader in Worsted Fabric: Raymond has a diversified and premium product portfolio in worsted suiting segment. It enjoys ~ 60% market share in this segment that contributes nearly half towards the company's total revenues.