1207.70 -3.75 (-0.31%)
NSESep 25, 2020 03:31 PM
The 13 reports from 4 analysts offering long term price targets for Siemens Ltd. have an average target of 1381.00. The consensus estimate represents an upside of 14.35% from the last price of 1207.70.
|Summary||Date||Stock||Broker||Price at Reco.||Target||Price at reco|
Change since reco(%)
|2020-08-12||Siemens Ltd.||Geojit BNP Paribas||1211.90||1221.00||1211.90 (-0.35%)||Target met||Hold|
Geojit BNP Paribas
Siemens India, a flagship company of Siemens AG (Germany), is an integrated technology provider and a leading powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering. Siemens is strongly placed in Energy and Infrastructure including transmission & distribution, automation, urban...
|2020-08-11||Siemens Ltd.||Prabhudas Lilladhar||1228.95||1402.00||1228.95 (-1.73%)||16.09||Buy|
During 3QSY20, the company incurred Rs2.3bn of additional cost related to Covid-19 which resulted to an operating loss. Siemens Ltd (SIEM) reported weak set of numbers primarily led by deferment in offtake by customers, slowdown in short-cycle business and weak demand environment from large infrastructure projects. As per our estimates, order inflows came in at ~Rs19bn (down 37% YoY) on account of delay in ordering activity as orders deferred due to various reason such as re-negotiation of...
|2020-05-14||Siemens Ltd.||Prabhudas Lilladhar||1082.60||1402.00||1082.60 (11.56%)||16.09||Buy|
deferment in offtake by customers, slowdown in short-cycle business and weak demand environment from large infrastructure projects. As per our estimates, order inflows decline by 20% YoY to ~Rs30bn, thereby leading to 4% YOY decline in order backlog to ~Rs125bn. Management indicated that capex spending will continue to remain weak in the near term due to overall slowdown in the economic activities and various countries facing restriction on anticipation of long-term economic consequences. Further, we believe that the numerous stimulus packages announced by various countries would...
|2020-04-24||Siemens Ltd.||HDFC Securities||1145.90||1104.00||1145.90 (5.39%)||Target met||Sell|
Recommendations and stock picks: Outlook on ordering both domestic/international ex roads is likely to be weak. Banks lending will be selective. We have downgraded ABB from ADD to SELL and Siemens from ADD to REDUCE. We have cut PSP/ITD rating from BUY to ADD. We maintain BUY ratings on other coverage stocks. For our coverage universe, we have recalibrated the P/E multiple/EPS estimates lower resulting in TP cuts by 10-60%. In cap goods, LT is our top pick. In the mid cap EPC space, KNR, PNC, HG Infra and Ahluwalia are our top picks. COVID-19 poses multiple headwinds: Industrials companies have been hit hard by COVID-19 pandemic. Execution has started to pick up slowly post almost a month of lockdown. Local Govt approvals are coming slowly as the sector grapples for remobilization of sites. Urban areas are being turned into containment fortresses and it will take time for the works to resume. This will largely impact Metro and Real Estate projects execution. National Highway projects are still executable as they run through interior State districts with limited COVID-19 impact. We believe pure play NH EPC players are best placed to tide through the crisis. Buildings players are worst impacted.
|2020-02-27||Siemens Ltd.||Motilal Oswal||1303.75||1520.00||1303.75 (-7.37%)||25.86||Neutral|
SIEM has well-diversified product offerings across power, infrastructure and industry verticals and the impact of economic slowdown is more profound compared to say ABB, which is now a pure play products & services company. Over FY14-19, the continued business segmental EBIT CAGR stood at 21% v/s revenue growth of 9%. Over FY19-22, we forecast continued business segmental EBIT CAGR at 15% v/s revenue CAGR of 9%. We attribute margin expansion to (a) better sales mix, (b) rising share of services and (c) operating leverage in industrial automation segment of the business. There is scope of margin expansion in mobility segment as well given benign competition as the established player CG Power is struggling. economic slowdown impacting top-line growth, the company did well on working capital management. Adjusted for L&A; to related parties, the working capital cycle stood at 47 days in FY19 v/s 59 days in FY18.
|2020-02-12||Siemens Ltd.||HDFC Securities||1423.70||1463.00||1423.70 (-15.17%)||Target met||Neutral|
SIL 1QFY20 start is weak on back of muted public/private capex. EBIDTA margin expansion was a positive surprise. Growth headwinds remain with limited visibility on Infrastructure ordering. Tight liquidity environment makes it further challenging to maintain NWC. Whilst ex GP (highly cyclical), less cyclical segments like Digital Industries & Mobility continue to see traction, large ordering is still awaited. While Mobility business sale was earlier put on hold we await clarity on highest revenue contributing segment-Power & Gas. Exports segment is also stagnant owing to weak global demand. We maintain NEU. Key risks (1) Delays in Government capex recovery, (2) Slowdown in private investments, (3) INR depreciation, and (4) Any adverse corporate action. Slowdown in capex and delayed customer off-take has resulted in a muted 1QFY20 Rev performance. SIL delivered Rev/EBIDTA/APAT beat/(miss) of (12)/3/(4)%. Our FY20/21E EPS is unchanged. Maintain NEU on Siemens India Ltd. (SIL) with a TP of Rs 1,463/sh.
|2020-01-25||Siemens Ltd.||HDFC Securities||1624.95||1463.00||1624.95 (-25.68%)||Target met||Neutral|
Our view: The deal is negative in the near term as SILs PBT will reduce by Rs 1.2bn (at 6% income yield on Rs 21bn cash outgo) whilst new business PBT of Rs 664mn will accrue. Net basis PAT will be lower by Rs 314mn (Value - Rs 11.1bn at 35x target P/E, 1.9% Mkt cap). Over longer term with better visibility emerging on Public/Private electrification capex, improving liquidity scenario in the overall market & relative easing of global trade tensions, this acquisition will gear the company to cater to local as well as global markets. EVENT: Siemens has entered into a definitive agreement for an all cash debt free acquisition of 99.22% stake in Delhi based C&S; Electric Ltd. at an EV of ~Rs 21bn ($297 million). Revenue/PAT of the C&S; for FY2019 was Rs 12,411/329.3mn. As on Mar-19, C&S; had networth of Rs 5,100mn and total debt outstanding of Rs 2,668mn.
|2020-01-25||Siemens Ltd.||Motilal Oswal||1557.10||1705.00||1557.10 (-22.44%)||41.18||Neutral|
25 January 2020 announced the acquisition of 99.22% stake in C&S; Electric Ltd at an EV of INR21b. C&S; Electric is engaged in the business of low-voltage/medium- voltage switchgears, busbars, diesel gensets, solar and EPC; the company has been in the Indian market for over 50 years. Electric, such as MV switchgears and package sub-station, lighting, diesel generating sets, EPC and the Etacom busbars will be retained by the In FY19, the company clocked revenue of INR12.4b. EBITDA stood at INR1.2b with EBITDA margin at 9.5%. Adjusted PAT stood at INR527m, while reported PAT at INR329m was due to impairment of INR197m. Net D/E stood at 0.4x as the company had gross debt of INR2.1b; RoE/RoCE ratio stood at 10.3%/9.7%. However, as Siemens is acquiring C&S; Electrics product business, the financial profile of the acquired portfolio could be different than that of the entire company.
|2019-12-04||Siemens Ltd.||Geojit BNP Paribas||1475.15||1616.00||1475.15 (-18.13%)||Target met||Hold|
Geojit BNP Paribas
Siemens India, a flagship company of Siemens AG (Germany), is an integrated technology provider and a leading powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering. Siemens is strongly placed in Energy and Infrastructure...
|2019-11-22||Siemens Ltd.||HDFC Securities||1489.55||1463.00||1489.55 (-18.92%)||Target met||Neutral|
SIL growth headwinds remain with limited visibility on Pvt./Public capex. Tight liquidity environment makes it further challenging to maintain NWC. Whilst ex GP (highly cyclical), less cyclical segments like Digital Infrastructure & Mobility continue to see traction, large ordering is still awaited. While Mobility business sale was earlier put on hold we await clarity on highest revenue contributing segment-Power & Gas. Exports segment is also stagnant owing to weak global demand. We maintain NEU. Key risks (1) Delays in Government capex recovery, (2) Slowdown in private investments, (3) INR depreciation, and (4) Any adverse corporate action. Slow Private/Public capex and high competitive intensity has resulted in muted 4QFY19 YoY growth. SIL delivered Rev/EBIDTA/APAT (beat)/miss of (0.4)/10/15%. Our FY20/21E EPS is unchanged. Maintain NEU on Siemens India Ltd. (SIL) with a TP of Rs 1,463/sh.
|2019-11-21||Siemens Ltd.||Prabhudas Lilladhar||1543.15||1687.00||1543.15 (-21.74%)||39.69||Buy|
continues to focus on base orders (80-90% of order backlog for FY19). Management has increased its focus on states capex due to slowdown witnessed by center government, which we believe can take more time due to weak financials of states. While there are visible signs of slowdown in the near-term, we remain positive on SIEM from a long-term positive as the company remain focused on 1) Digitization and localization 2) Creating smart infrastructure and 3) Increasing customer by leveraging its strong balance sheet (more than Rs50 bn of cash) and offering innovative financing. SIEM...
|2019-11-21||Siemens Ltd.||Motilal Oswal||1543.15||1792.00||1543.15 (-21.74%)||48.38||Buy|
(a) Gas & Power revenue grew 11.9% YoY to INR16.3b; PBIT margin expanded 40bp YoY to 10.8%. (b) Smart Infrastructure revenue was down 9.2% YoY to INR11b; PBIT margin was at 9.3% (+230bp YoY). (c) Mobility revenue was flattish at INR3.6b; PBIT margin shrank 510bp YoY to 10.5%. (d) Digital Industries revenue grew at a paltry 3.8% to INR7.2b; PBIT margin expanded 140bp YoY to 7.8%. (e) Portfolio of Companies revenue grew 17.6% YoY to INR3.9b, but PBIT margin was at - 6.2% v/s +6.3% last year due to one-off employee expense (led by VRS and YoY to INR31.9b in 4QFY19. SIEM let go some large orders which would have affected profitability. New orders were up 10.6% YoY (INR26.5) in FY19. New orders were up 10.6% YoY (INR26.5) in FY19. In FY18, there were two large orders worth INR2.6b. New orders in FY19 were up 31.7% YoY (INR13b).
|2019-08-08||Siemens Ltd.||HDFC Securities||1150.20||1197.00||1150.20 (5.00%)||Target met||Neutral|
SIL faces headwinds on back of slowing Pvt/Public capex and tight liquidity environment. The company needs to bank on less cyclical segments like Smart Infrastructure. Government investment in Gas & Power is expected to recover as the installed base ages and upgrades are needed. Meanwhile, Metro projects will drive the Mobility segment. While Mobility business sale being put on hold for time is a minor reprieve we await clarity on highest revenue contributing segment Power & Gas. We maintain NEU. Key risks (1) Delays in Government capex recovery, (2) Slowdown in private investments, (3) INR depreciation, and (4) Any adverse corporate action. Owing to slowing Private/Public capex and tight liquidity environment, SIL delivered 8/7/5% Rev/EBIDTA/APAT miss. We have upgraded FY19/20E EPS by (1)/3.7%. Maintain NEU on Siemens India Ltd. (SIL) with a TP of Rs 1,197/sh (vs. Rs 1,165/sh earlier).
|2019-06-06||Siemens Ltd.||Geojit BNP Paribas||1241.25||1330.00||1241.25 (-2.70%)||Target met||Hold|
|2019-05-16||Siemens Ltd.||Prabhudas Lilladhar||1133.05||1263.00||1133.05 (6.59%)||Target met||Accumulate|
sectors like Food & Beverage, Chemicals, Water, Smart Infrastructures (Data centers, Hospitals, Commercial offices and Airports), Captive Power and Railways. The industrial production has witnessed slowdown with marginal improvement (few buckets) in utilization which stands at ~74%. Private capex continues to elusive with Govt continue to do the major capex in the country. New capex has been mainly happening to improve operating efficiencies, no major greenfield capex. Renewables have been doing well and will continue to witness traction for next 2 years on rising demand for grid stabilization...
|2019-05-16||Siemens Ltd.||Motilal Oswal||1133.05||1290.00||1133.05 (6.59%)||Target met||Buy|
Multiple growth levers across industry segments: The strong focus on products/services has helped Siemens (SIEM) to mitigate the slowdown in industrial capex, as it has been able to capitalize on opex-related spending. We expect the trend to continue, driving strong growth for its products business. Any revival in capex spending can further strengthen its revenue trajectory (not a base-case scenario for us and consensus). Revenue CAGR (excl. Energy Management) estimated at 17% over FY18-21 (year ending September): We expect overall revenue growth to be driven by...
|2019-04-09||Siemens Ltd.||Prabhudas Lilladhar||1154.00||1221.00||1154.00 (4.65%)||Target met||Accumulate|
Our management meeting with SIEM indicated the sustained thrust of the company to transform itself from being a product company (62-65% of sales) to a complete solution provider. SIEM is focused on 1) Digitization and localization 2) Creating smart infrastructure and 3) Increasing customer by leveraging its strong balance sheet and offering innovative financing. SIEM...
|2019-03-08||Siemens Ltd.||Geojit BNP Paribas||1025.90||1120.00||1025.90 (17.72%)||Target met||Buy|
Geojit BNP Paribas
Q1FY19 revenue grew by 16%YoY supported by strong growth in Digital factory (36%) and Process Industries & Drives (PID-31%) segments. EBITDA grew by 13%YoY while EBITDA margin declined 30bps. Margins improved in all segments except in Mobility and PID....
|2018-11-26||Siemens Ltd.||Motilal Oswal||913.00||960.00||913.00 (32.28%)||Target met||Neutral|
26 November 2018 We attended Siemens Indias (SIEM) analyst meet, where the company discussed on its financial performance, order trajectory and key focus areas to drive future The FY18 performance was supported by 28% YoY growth in base orders (
|2018-08-13||Siemens Ltd.||HDFC Securities||1005.45||1005.45 (20.12%)||Results Update|