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|Beaufort Securities update:
"Experian delivered a resilient performance in the first quarter of FY2017, registering revenue growth in both actual and constant exchange rates, in line with expectations, although the former had to absorb impact from weaker Sterling and Brazilian Real. Whatever, the point is that since Experian's reporting currency is the US Dollar, further post-Brexit weakness in Sterling will likely to knock reported UK performance. The Group's geographical spread in FY2016 was; North America US$2,471m (55.2%), UK & Ireland US$956m (21.4%), Latin America US$633m (14.1%) and EMEA/Asia Pacific US$417m (9.3%). Continued fluctuation in Experian's exposed currencies is set to take 1% from EBIT, if the current rates remain until the year-end. Experian fundamentals remain strong and resilient during times of economic uncertainty, where demand for credit decisions, fraud prevention and general risk exposure tools and products can be expected to remain robust. The shares have, however, already taken such expectations on board, rising by approximately +10% since the 23 June, supported also by its share buyback programme of US$400m. Even with management continuing to invest heavily, however, without specific new catalyst it's expectation of mid-single digit revenue growth and stable margins appears to be fully discounted in a 22.4x earning multiple to March 2017E when accompanied by less than 2% yield."
|Read Beaufort Securities's note on EXPERIAN PLC (EXPN), out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB00B19NLV48
"Experian delivered stable performance in the FY2016 with organic growth of +5% and good financial results at constant exchange rate basis. The Group was impacted by the adverse foreign exchange movement due to its US dollar denominated currency, especially the Brazilian real, reduced the total revenue by -US$412m and total EBIT by - US$137m with its EBIT margin fell by -0.6%..."|
|They don't change your credit rating just advise you on how to better it, like don't get in debt!|
|And how exactly do these fraudsters change your credit rating?This used to be a service not a profit making con job|
|Up, up, and away after some solid half year results again!|
|Fall is only following the current FTSE trend, will be back up again but who knows when, probably when the Greece saga has ended.|
|Good results yet recent fall, could be time to buy back in again|
|Solid results again today and climbing nicely!|
|Had a good ole study & i will be buying this tomorrow.|
|Credit Suisse expects a re-rating at Experian, upgrades to 'outperform'
08 April 2015 11:26
Experian shares received a boost on Wednesday by Credit Suisse which lifted its stance on the information services and credit checking group from 'neutral' to 'outperform' and hiked its target price from 1,100p to 1,300p.
"The combination of accelerating organic growth, an on-going buyback scheme, prodigious cash generation and optimised balance sheet will drive a re-rating in our view," the bank said.
Organic growth, estimated at just 0.5% in the year ended March 2015, is forecast to accelerate to 4% this year as headwinds in consumer services and from the World Cup in Brazil pass.
At current prices, the stock trades at 17 times calendar year earnings for next year, a 5% premium to the FTSE Europe compared with its historical average premium of 43%.
Shares were trading 3.1% higher at 1,186p by 11:36.
Related Companies: EXPN|
|Credit Suisse raises to outperform from neutral * Experian Plc : Credit Suisse raises price target to 1300p from 1100p|
|EXPN Experian bounced off a double bottom and helped by a broker upgrade this morning , fundies are very sound.|
08 Apr 2015 Experian PLC EXPN Credit Suisse Outperform 1,150.00 1,150.00 1,100.00 1,300.00 Upgrades
SP TARGET 1300p|
|Double bottom on chart.|
|13 Feb 2015 Experian PLC EXPN Jefferies International Buy 1,195.00 1,199.00 1,240.00 1,340.00 Reiterates|
|004 Feb 2015 Experian PLC EXPN Citigroup Buy 1,171.00 1,185.00 1,410.00 1,410.00 Reiterates|
|Thanks again mike740.Your posts are appreciated.|
|Experian buyback plans music to analysts’ ears Citywire 30/1/2015
Shares in credit check company Experian (EXPN) have been boosted after the buyback plan was more positive than expected.
Jefferies analyst Kean Marden retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of £12.40 on the shares, which edged a penny lower to £11.83 yesterday.
‘Experian̵7;s capital framework contained the buyback we predicted but was more positive than expected,’ he said.
‘Risk-adjusted hurdle rates and benchmarking organic/ inorganic investment against share repurchase is music to our ears… The increased focus on return on invested capital should support an ongoing buyback and more generous dividend. These characteristics are highly desirable in the current economic environment.’|