The 1 reports from 1 analysts offering long term price targets for Spicejet Ltd. have an average target of 140.00. The consensus estimate represents an upside of 179.16% from the last price of 50.15.
|Summary||Date||Stock||Broker||Price at Reco.||Target||Price at reco|
Change since reco(%)
|2019-11-14||Spicejet Ltd.||HDFC Securities||107.00||140.00||107.00 (-53.13%)||179.16||Buy|
Maintain BUY as (1) SpiceJet will benefit from the improving industry structure in the medium term (2) Fuel prices remain benign, which will allow for better cost management (3) Further, any resolution with regards to the 737 MAX planes will improve the cost structure of the low cost carrier. The stock is trading at reasonable valuations of 9.6/6.7/5.9x EV/EBITDAR on FY20/21E/22E. SpiceJets 2QFY20 results were weaker than expected (Reported loss of Rs 4.6 bn) due to the adverse impact from the grounding of the 737 MAX planes as well as seasonality. We have lowered our EBITDAR estimates by ~ 15% over FY20-22 to factor in the above. Maintain BUY with a revised TP of Rs 140 (at 7x Sep-21E EV/EBITDAR).
|2018-08-15||Spicejet Ltd.||HDFC Securities||88.70||101.00||88.70 (-43.46%)||Target met||Neutral|
Given competitive intensity in the industry and the back ended nature of our EPS, we continue to maintain our NEUTRAL stance with a revised TP of Rs 101, based on a EV/EBITDAR target multiple of 8x on a Sep 20E EBITDAR. SpiceJet printed an impressive 1QFY19 revenue of Rs 22.4bn (+19.6% YoY). Unlike that of Indigo, Spicejets yield continued to move upwards and came in at Rs 4.07, +2.7% YoY (Indigos at Rs 3.62, -5.5% YoY). Additionally, the company also rationalized its costs by turning in one of its wet leases thereby reducing its lease rentals costs by 6.2% QoQ. EBITDA growth was commendable +20.4% QoQ (but -63.3% YoY) despite higher (+12.1% QoQ) fuel costs and Rs 509.1mn forex losses (on liabilities).
|2018-02-08||Spicejet Ltd.||HDFC Securities||140.25||165.00||140.25 (-64.24%)||Buy|
We upgrade to BUY with a revised TP of Rs 165, based on 14x Dec-19-EPS. SpiceJets 3QFY18 results were ahead of estimates on better than expected yield and load factor. Revenue grew 26.8% to Rs 20.8bn, as yield was higher by 8.8%. Adj. PAT was up 68.3% at Rs 2.4bn. ASKM/RPKM growth was strong at 15.5%/18.8% respectively, with passenger growth at 18.2%.
|2017-11-16||Spicejet Ltd.||HDFC Securities||142.10||145.00||142.10 (-64.71%)||Target met||Neutral|
As of now, we maintain NEUTRAL with a revised TP of Rs 145, based on 14x Sept-19-EPS. SpiceJets 2QFY18 results were largely in-line with expectations. Revenue grew 30% to Rs 18.1bn, as yield was lower by 1.9%. PAT was up 79% at Rs 1.8 bn. ASKM/RPKM growth was strong at 25.6%/28.1% respectively, with passenger growth at 31.2%.
|2017-08-14||Spicejet Ltd.||HDFC Securities||122.50||119.00||122.50 (-59.06%)||Target met||Neutral|
As of now, we maintain NEUTRAL with a revised TP of Rs 119, based on 12x FY19-EPS. SpiceJets 1QFY18 results came in slightly below expectations. Revenue grew 23% to Rs 18.7bn, as yield improved 4%. PAT was up 17.6% at Rs 1.8 bn. ASKM/RPKM growth was strong at 18.3%/20.5% respectively, with passenger growth at 18.4%.
|2017-06-09||Spicejet Ltd.||HDFC Securities||115.75||108.00||115.75 (-56.67%)||Target met||Neutral|
SpiceJets 4QFY17 results came in below expectations. Revenue grew by 10% to Rs 16.3bn, below our expectation of 12%. This was primarily owing to higher-than-expected yield pressure, and the decline of other operating income. During the quarter, yield was down 5.6%, against expectation of 4.6%. Adj. PAT was down 41% at Rs 0.4bn.
|2017-02-27||Spicejet Ltd.||Prabhudas Lilladhar||76.05||76.00||76.05 (-34.06%)||Target met||Accumulate|
With a turnaround in operations commencing from Q3FY16, SJ has maintained a good performance in the subsequent quarters. Q3FY17 marked the first quarter where the operations were compared to the higher base of the previous year. While growth and load factors continue to look good, the impact of...
|2017-02-16||Spicejet Ltd.||HDFC Securities||60.95||75.00||60.95 (-17.72%)||Target met||Buy|
SpiceJet?s 3QFY17 results came in below expectations. Revenue grew by 12% to Rs 14.6bn, below our expectation of 15% primarily due to higher-than-expected pressure on yield. During the quarter, yield was down 9.5% as compared to our estimate of 7%. Adj. PAT was down 41% to Rs 1.4 bn
|2016-11-28||Spicejet Ltd.||HDFC Securities||65.75||72.00||65.75 (-23.73%)||Target met||Neutral|
SpiceJets (SJ) 2QFY17 revenue grew by robust 34.6% to Rs 14bn, in-line with expectations. Passenger & ancillary revenue increased by 35.2% & 27.4%. ASKM/RPKM (scheduled) was up by 33/34% YoY and -1.1/-1.3% QoQ. The contribution of Non-schedule (Chartered plane) ASKM was 3%. Yield increased marginally to Rs 3.5 but was better than peers.
|2016-11-28||Spicejet Ltd.||Prabhudas Lilladhar||65.75||115.00||65.75 (-23.73%)||Target met||Buy|
With healthy growth in Available Seat Kilometres (ASK) at 33% YoY and ancillary servicerevenuesgrowing27.4%YoY,SpiceJet(SJ)hadrobustYoYrevenuegrowth duringQ2FY17.YoYlowerFuelCASKalsoresultedinstrong85.9%YoYgrowthin adjusted EBITDAR, which met our expectations. With lower than expected lease...
|2016-09-08||Spicejet Ltd.||HDFC Securities||64.00||70.00||64.00 (-21.64%)||Neutral|
SpiceJet’s (SJ) 1QFY17 APAT at Rs 1.5bn (+2% QoQ), was above our estimates of Rs 1.2bn. Passenger revenues were in line (+5% QoQ, passengers carried +4%, yield +2%) with our estimates. Ancillary revenue was flattish QoQ (+64% YoY) to Rs 1.6bn owing to the back ended introduction of various services. EBITDA increased 112% QoQ (+53% YoY). The sharp rise was based on one time maintenance expenses last quarter.
While the management is upbeat about the ongoing turnaround strategy, possible rise in crude oil prices are worrying. SJ is likely to continue focusing on ancillary revenue and cost rationalisation. They maintain our NEUTRAL rating, with a TP of Rs 70 based on 6x FY18E EV/EBITDAR and expected dilution with 189mn warrants. However, clear upside is expected in case no dilution plays out (decision pending).