409.05 -3.25 (-0.79%)
88,515 NSE+BSE Volume
NSEJul 26, 2021 03:31 PM
The 2 reports from 2 analysts offering long term price targets for Deepak Fertilisers & Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd. have an average target of 368.00. The consensus estimate represents a downside of -10.04% from the last price of 409.05.
|Summary||Date||Stock||Broker||Price at Reco.||Target||Price at reco|
Change since reco(%)
|2021-07-07||Deepak Fertilisers &.. +||BOB Capital Markets Ltd.||441.95||441.95 (-7.44%)||Not Rated|
|2021-04-26||Deepak Fertilisers &.. +||Ventura||260.85||368.00||260.85 (56.81%)||Target met||Buy|
Deepak Fertilisers and Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd. (DFPCL) is a unique play on the ammonia vertical, with products spanning industrial chemicals to fertilizers. DFPCL enjoys a leadership position in a majority of its products like IPA, Bentonite sulphur, Nitric acid (2nd largest in SE Asia),TAN, etc.
|2019-06-03||Deepak Fertilisers &.. +||Rudra Shares and Stock Brokers Ltd||143.40||168.00||143.40 (185.25%)||Buy|
Rudra Shares and Stock Brokers Ltd
Company has developed a unique business model where synergies and diversities can be mutually inherent, build financial strength, generate free cash flow and invest in growth, both in India and globally. Company's expansion into new states and addition of manufacturing capacity to produce multiple grades of NPK will open new avenues for growth in future. Further, its continued innovations and initiatives in the space of specialty and water soluble fertilizers coincide with megatrend of water shortage and need of balanced fertilization for the country are expected to bring positive results to the farming sector as...
|2017-07-03||Deepak Fertilisers &.. +||Emkay||299.30||351.00||299.30 (36.67%)||Target met||Buy|
Chemical segment revenues increased 30% yoy to Rs9bn (beat our estimate of Rs6.8bn) while the segment's EBIT jumped 57% yoy to Rs1.2bn (marginally ahead of our estimate of Rs1.1bn). Margins improved by 235bps yoy to 13.3% (lower than our estimate of 16%) Fertiliser revenues dropped 27% yoy to Rs3.4bn (below our estimate of Rs3.9bn) while...
|2015-12-03||Deepak Fertilisers &.. +||HDFC Securities||154.90||154.90 (164.07%)|
Deepak Fertilisers (DFPC) faced multiple challenges in FY15, led by (1) Cut in natural gas supplies since May-14, (2) Restriction in coal mining activities in India, which hit TAN volumes, and (3) Volatile ammonia prices, one of the key RMs for DFPC, fluctuated between US$ 400 and 600/t. A confluence of the negatives led to profits falling to a nine-year low, by 69% YoY.