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BOY Bodycote Plc

-12.00 (-1.68%)
Last Updated: 15:04:15
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Bodycote Plc BOY London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-12.00 -1.68% 702.00 15:04:15
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
704.00 701.00 708.00 714.00
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Posted at 17/3/2023 14:37 by kalai1
Bodycote Plc posted FY22 results titled “Strong growth; good prospects” this morning. Revenue increased by 20.8% to £743.6m, headline operating profit was up 18% to £112.2m, basic headline EPS was up 19% to 42.7p. The balance sheet strengthened with closing net debt down to £33.4m. Valuation is average for the sector with forward PE ratio of 13.6x and PS ratio near 1.7x. Share price is enjoying a 5 month rally off multi year lows. The business has recovered to pre-COVID levels, share price still has a fair way to go. BOY is a solid business, with solid b/s, decent profitability, ok valuation and some share price momentum. The dividend yield at 3.8% is even top quartile for the Machinery, Equipment & Components sector. BUY...

...from WealthOracle
Posted at 18/11/2022 11:58 by kalai1
Bodycote Plc issued a trading update for the 4 months ended 31 October 2022 this morning. Total Group revenue for the period grew by 29% on last year to £258m. The revenue figure benefits from price increases and energy surcharges of approximately 15% in total which have successfully covered all of the Group’s cost inflation in the period. So the business is growing back towards pre-COVID levels of activity and margins are being successfully defended. Management expect the Group to deliver FY22 results in-line with market expectations and the balance sheet remains solid with net debt at £59m. Valuation is average with forward PE ratio around 13.2x, PS close to 1.7x. Share price looks to be putting in a floor through H2, the macro environment is the main risk. BOY looks to be a solid Mid-cap Industrials name where business is recovering and at a decent price. But it is still a share to monitor for now...

...from WealthOracle

Posted at 28/9/2022 10:23 by toffeeman
Well the tripple bottom seems to have gone - so for me it's about timing - I am about one third cash (wish it was 50%!) so I need to sort my target list currently:

Posted at 28/9/2022 10:11 by toffeeman
will BOY reaching 400 coincide with a VIX above 40?
Posted at 28/9/2022 09:09 by essentialinvestor
Toffee, BOY are very heavy energy users as you may be aware.

It's a quality business, astute CEO but also highly cyclical.
Posted at 26/9/2022 10:36 by toffeeman
Tripple bottom?

I am using BOY as one of my stock indicators to try and understand the recession. I am looking for a drop below the 2020 low as a key point.
Posted at 25/10/2019 17:58 by dmk9855
Interesting reference to BOY
Posted at 25/10/2019 17:42 by philanderer
EI, toss up between BOY and SNR for me . Maybe 50% in each ? ;-)
Posted at 25/10/2019 10:41 by essentialinvestor
I would not be too concerned about the MAX re Bodycote - unless it failed recertification.

What's weighing on the BOY price atm is car/light truck exposure, coupled
with their general industrial business- at least that's my take

Aerospace is less than 30% of their total business, so the MAX program
within that segment might be a few % ? - at a guesstimate.
Posted at 09/3/2019 00:28 by philanderer
Investors Chronicle:

'Bodycote boosts margins'

IC View

Bodycote has proved a consistent income play over the past few years, this year offering an overall dividend yield of nearly 5 per cent. We think that the shares – normally well supported – are undervalued on the back of a general market movement, leaving them at 15 times forward earnings and at a discount to their two-year history.

We move to buy.

Last IC View: Hold, 1,028p, 27 Jul 2018

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