Reliance stock tanks over 7% post earnings to lowest in 3 months — here's what brokerages are saying
- The shares of Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries (RIL) touched a three-month low of ₹1,910 on Monday.
- This decline comes post its second-quarter earnings on October 30, where it recorded a 32.5% year-on-year decline in its standalone net profit along with the overall revenue dipping 32.7%.
- Brokerages have shown mixed sentiments towards RIL share price stock after the oil-to-telecom behemoth posted its quarterly result.
AdvertisementThe shares of Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries (RIL), India's most-valued company, tanked 7% during trade on Monday, touching a three-month low of ₹1,910 at 1:00 pm.
This decline comes post its second-quarter earnings on October 30, where it recorded a 32.5% year-on-year decline in its standalone net profit along with the overall revenue dipping 32.7%. The revenue from nearly all its segments from petrochemicals to refining contracted during the quarter.
Brokerages have mixed views on RIL
Brokerages have shown mixed sentiments towards RIL share price stock after the oil-to-telecom behemoth posted its quarterly result.
|Emkay Global Financial Services||Hold||₹1,970|
Why are brokerages cautious?
Petchem business to remain muted
According to BOB Capital, RIL’s forthcoming earnings are going to remain a drag. The Refining and petrochemicals, which together make for over three-fourth of the company’s revenue took a major hit in the September quarter. And, post the resurgence of coronavirus in Europe, the global oil demand recovery has seen disruptions.
|Segment||Revenue segments in Q2|
|Petrochemicals||₹ 29,147 crore|
|Digital Services||₹267 crore|
|Oil and Gas||₹72 crore|
|Financial Services||₹326 crore|
In the second quarter, the gross refining margin (GRM) fell to $5.7 a barrel compared to $6.3 a barrel just three months ago. And, BOB Capital noted that RIL’s valuations are highly sensitive to GRM and petrochemical crack movements. But it also noted that “Better-than-expected recovery in global economies can raise these spreads and alter our valuation outlook.”
The Prabhudas Lilladher report dated October 31 said, “We lower our FY21 standalone earnings by 21% to factor in weak H1 performance. We also change our FY22-23E estimates to factor lower refining and petrochemical spreads and make changes in finance and depreciation charges.”
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