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After a strong Q2, analysts elevate worth targets of metal shares

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MUMBAI: India’s prime steelmakers have reported a robust efficiency that’s near pre-Covid ranges through the historically weak second quarter, making up for the losses posted through the three months to June. Several analysts have elevated the goal costs and earnings forecast for metal corporations and anticipate the identical efficiency to proceed via the second half of FY 21.

JSW Steel, through the first quarter when the pandemic was at its peak, posted a loss for the primary time in six years. But it recovered rapidly with a web revenue of Rs 2,536 crore through the September quarter.

JSW Steel’s efficiency surpassed consensus estimates and it posted a standalone gross sales quantity of 4.12 mt, up 14% year-on-year.

“We anticipate the great efficiency of JSW to maintain. We are elevating FY21/FY22 Ebitda by 19%/3%, yielding a revised goal worth of Rs 260 vs Rs 250 at 6.5x FY22E Ebitda,” mentioned Amit Dixit, Research Analyst of Edelweiss Institutional Equities in a report.

“The performance is not just sustainable but will get better. We are increasing our earnings forecast for India’s steel sector by 30% going ahead,” mentioned an analyst requesting anonymity.

Tata Steel, which had been posting a loss for the previous three quarters, reported a web revenue of Rs 1,665.07 crore. Tata Steel’s administration has mentioned that there may very well be round Rs 4,000-Rs5,000/t QoQ improve in its realizations within the third quarter.

“We are very bullish on demand for Q3 and Q4 as we see the steel sector is reviving and it is also traditionally a good quarter for steel. The Q2 recovery was led more by the rural market,” mentioned Tata Steel’s managing director, T.V. Narendran.

Tata Steel’s FY21-22 earnings estimates have been raised.

“Higher iron ore prices, operating leverage (captive iron ore mining) and record high CRC/HRC spread of more than Rs 10,000/t should continue to boost Tata Steel earnings in 2HFY21,” mentioned a report by Ambit Capital Research.

State-owned steelmaker Steel Authority of India has posted a web revenue of Rs 393 crore in Q2 FY 21 after a lack of Rs 1,265 crore throughout Q1.

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd reported a revenue of Rs 903.30 crore excluding the discontinued operations of Oman within the quarter ended September 30 in opposition to a web lack of Rs 321 crore within the year-ago interval. The firm’s earnings earlier than curiosity, tax, depreciation and amortization (Ebitda) grew by 78% to Rs 2,702 crore within the quarter.

Profitability of home metal corporations rebounded throughout 2QFY21 on robust quantity development and enchancment in pricing, and that is more likely to maintain, mentioned a report by Motilal Oswal.

“The metals sector posted PAT growth of 152% YoY, albeit on a weaker base of 2QFY20. Results were above expectations, likely to continue through 2H of FY 21,” mentioned a report on India Strategy by Motilal Oswal.




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