Footwear stocks on a tear as high sales hopes soar




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            ChartsValuation & Peer ComparisonCommunity BuzzPEER COMPANIESCentrumBata IndiaEXPAND TO VIEW ALL Footwear stocks rallied Monday on expectation that their valuations would get rerated after the forthcoming IPO of Khadim India. The Kolkata-based Khadim plans to raise about Rs 600 crore in October.

            Liberty Shoes gained 20 per cent, Mirza International 8 per cent, and Relaxo Footwear and Bata India 3 per cent each. Analysts say footwear stocks will build on their gains this year because of increasing demand for branded shoes, GST benefits and a fall in raw material prices. Investor Porinju Veliyath bought about 4.5 lakh shares of Liberty Shoes Monday .Here is what analysts are saying on footwear stocks:

            BATA INDIA

            The stock is trading at 45 times its FY 2018 estimated earnings. While giving a target price of Rs 610, Akhil Parekh, analyst at Nirmal Bang, said that the company could clock revenues, EBITDA and PAT CAGR of 11 per cent, 21 per cent and 21 per cent respectively, over FY 2017-FY19.

            MIRZA INTERNATIONAL

            Most analysts tracking the company are bullish on the stock, although the management has recently told investors that FY18 exports revenue may be flat or witness a marginal decline.Ankit Kedia, analyst, Centrum said:”We maintain our buy rating on the stock with a target price of Rs 205.”

            LIBERTY SHOES

            The company is strengthening its pan-India presence and added 10 new outlets in Q1 FY2017. Akanksha Tripathi, analyst, BOB Capital Market said: “We maintain our BUY rating on the stock, with the target price of Rs 290.”

            RELAXO FOOTWEAR

            Despite demonetisation and a general economic slowdown, Relaxo has been able to sustain its profits. “New product development is the key driver of its consistent growth,” said Sachin Bobade, analyst, Dolat Capital.




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