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CSL, CSL LIMITED
plastic
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Mar 10 2021, 03:24 PM

Gunna buy Merck. Needs to be at an appropriate level.



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and under $250 a share, for the last few days sad.gif



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CSL’s outlook didn’t go down well with analysts at Goldman Sachs.

The broker said: “By reaffirming the FY21 earnings target of +3-8% despite delivering a +25% beat at 1H, CSL is now guiding to an earnings decline of (47)-(58)% in 2H21. Whilst management has likely applied more than its usual degree of conservatism amidst so much uncertainty, it is also clear that the company is having to take tougher decisions on customer allocations than we had expected to see at this stage.”

“It has been long-understood that the plasma collection deficit would pressure FY21-22, but to see such a sharp sequential slowdown in IG during a period which was mostly unaffected by these challenges was a negative surprise to us/consensus, particularly ahead of two reporting periods which appear tougher still (1H21 volumes +3%),” it added.

As a result, the broker has downgraded its earnings estimates for FY 2022 and FY 2023 and is now forecasting “three consecutive years of single-digit earnings growth.”

In light of this, it believes its shares are overvalued at the current level.

“At current valuation of 29.3x EV/EBITDA (vs. sector 21.6x), we no longer see sufficient upside to justify a positive stance. We downgrade to Neutral (from Buy),” it explained



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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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plastic
post Posted: Feb 19 2021, 08:12 PM
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CSL: Au$125bn.

MRK: US$190bn.

A buy out is definitely doable.






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plastic
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You are clearly ignorant of the long and profitable tenure Merck has enjoyed with Au. biotech. Its not for me to explain it.




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mullokintyre
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Flattery will get you nowhere.
Why not just answer one of the questions I posed.
Theres more chance of Apple taking over Merck than CSL doing so.
This sub topic would have been more appropriate in "plastics Conspiracy Theories"..
Mick



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You are way smarter than that.

Could be a little while yet though.




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mullokintyre
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Merck looks wounded by Covid. Could be a takeover target for CSL.

But why would they bother?
What are the synergies?
What part of the CSL business will it bolster?

Mick



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Merck looks wounded by Covid. Could be a takeover target for CSL.



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nipper
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yep .... looks like a good result


Interim dividend of US$1.04 per share, up 9% smile.gif
... Converted to Australian currency, the interim dividend is approximately A$1.34 per share down 9%. sad.gif



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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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