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CSL, CSL LIMITED
nipper
post Posted: Aug 14 2019, 09:53 AM
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A strong year for CSL with reported net profit after tax of $1,919 million, up 17% at CC and revenue up 11% at CC, reflecting;
- Continued strong growth in immunoglobulin and albumin therapies
- High patient demand for specialty products Haegarda & Kcentra
- Successful evolution of the haemophilia therapies portfolio
- Seqirus delivering on strategy, with strong profit growth

• Earnings per share $4.236, up 16% at CC

• Final dividend of US$1.00 per share (approximately A$1.48)
- Total full year dividend increased to US$1.85 per share, up 8%
- Converted to Australian currency, the total full year dividend is approximately A$2.68 per share, up 18%

• FY20 net profit after tax anticipated to be in the range of approximately $2,050million to $2,110 million at CC representing a growth over FY19 of approximately 7-10%. This growth takes into account the one-off financial headwind of transitioning to a new model of direct distribution in China




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plastic
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Where will this juggernaut end up? Nothing can stop it.
Strange that nobody ever tried to buy it out after seeing all the baby bios get bought up and repackaged over a long time.




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CSL had earlier flagged that transitioning to its own distribution channel in China would have a one-off impact on FY20 financials. On Friday the company quantified this impact in the form of a decline in albumin sales by -US$340-US$370m.

Citi analysts estimate the impact on net profits will be around -6% with the impact on cash flows to be much lower, also because CSL will continue to collect outstanding receivables from existing distributors despite the accountancy change/delay.

Buy. Target unchanged at $236.60.




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Deutsche analyst Craig Wong-Pan has kept his Hold rating on CSL and trimmed his target price 2.5 per cent to $198 after visiting its US headquarters.

He says the heavyweight health stock has a strong revenue outlook but some margin concerns.

While gaining comfort over our FY20 immunoglobulin revenue growth forecasts and reduced risks associated with obtaining the Chinese approval of AlbuRx, he notes that US collections are moving into different demographics which in his view could lead to lower plasma yields and lower margins.

At the same time, HAE production will be increased significantly and investment is being made into manufacturing CSL112 while phase III trials are being undertaken.

“We continue to rate the stock a Hold given the limited total shareholder total shareholder return,” he says...




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nipper
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Feb 13 2019, 12:59 PM

A gain. ... But I guess it's all about expectations.

Mine have been surpassed, but that was a while ago. Happy to hold.



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Again!
But the market did not like it.
I have loaded up some more anyway.
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CSL boosted its half-year net profit 6.8 per cent to $US.16 billion ($1.6 billion) and raised its dividend 8 per cent to US85¢, helped by strong sales of its core immunoglobulin and speciality products.

Full-year profit will be at the upper end of the range of $US1.88 billion to $US1.95 billion set last August, an increase of 10 per cent - 14 per cent at constant currencies.

Underlying net profit rose 10.1 per cent at constant currencies, on 10.5 per cent higher sales of $US4.4 billion at constant currencies, and earnings per share aso rose 10 per cent to $US2.56.

- again!



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Most investors think of a company's price-to-earnings (PE) multiple as defining its value. For them, a stock on a PE multiple of 12 times is cheap, while one on 24 times must be expensive. But is it that simple?

The PE multiple is calculated by dividing the share price by the upcoming year's earnings. This necessarily requires a forecast, and in practice most rely on the consensus derived from an average of brokers' estimates. However, as with all forecasts, these can change over time and end up wrong. Value stocks can turn out to be value traps, where the earnings are found wanting, and a seemingly low PE turns out to be anything but. ... In the end, it is just as important to focus on the "E" assumed in the PE than the multiple itself. ....

... CSL has traded for decades on PE multiples many have considered too expensive. However, from any point over this time its shares have delivered outsized returns, thereby proving they were undervalued after all. Since its float in 1994, CSL's share price has risen from 77¢ (on a split-adjusted basis) to about $170. This price rise can be split into two parts. Its forward PE has risen from 17 times to now 29 times, up about 70 per cent.

Meanwhile, its forward earnings have risen from 4.5¢ per share to $6, up more than 13,000 per cent. In taking a longer-term perspective, the example illustrates that growth is a far more important driver of valuation than the starting PE.

Accounting rules can discriminate between the growth investments of intangibles-based companies and capital-intensive ones. ... CSL invests approximately $1 billion on research and development mostly aimed at finding new medicines. This amount is immediately expensed in the year incurred and thereby reduces earnings, even though doing so creates a timing mismatch with the revenues that are usually generated some years out. CSL's earnings and PE multiple are penalised by the investment.

Were CSL's R&D investment to be ... capitalised and expensed over time, earnings would be approximately one-third higher, and the current PE multiple of 29 times would reduce to a more palatable 22 times...
Julian Beaumont is the investment director of Bennelong Australian Equity Partners



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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Gonna buy GILD maybe.



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3:24pm Trading volumes are heavy in CSL today, which is down nearly 2 per cent to $181.15, which takes it back to where the stock was in May. Nearly $120 million worth of CSL stock has changed hands so far today, the most of any single company.




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