One of the worst performing large cap years. Low Covid resilience score and political risks remain as negative catalyst for Bursa blue chips. Hopefully the recent investment in a plant-based meat manufacturing technology in Shah Alam can turn out to be a major growth story for Nestle Malaysia. The world desperately needs a solution to reduce meat consumption and large companies like Beyond Meat's recent strategic global agreement with McDonald's is likely to usher in a new era of food technology.
Regulatory risks for plant-based meat technology could potentially disrupt the industry. However, if the investment pays off, it could be a very sustainable revenue stream for the company and serve as a major growth story for such a low growth company.
NESTLE (MALAYSIA) BERHAD VS UNILEVER INDONESIA TBK (UNVR)
*all price are quoted in Malaysia ringgit (MYR) for easier comparison.
NESTLE (M) BERHAD ~VS ~ UNILEVER INDONESIA TBK TICKER :- 4707 ~ UNVR MARKET CAPITAL :- 31.587 Billion ~45.684 Billion P/E RATIO :- 55.36 ~23.91 PRICE-TO-SALES (P/S) RATIO :- 5.65 ~ 3.81 PRICE-TO-BOOK (P/B) RATIO :- 48.11 ~39.25 Total Debt to Equity :- 64.97%~ 117.8% DIVIDEND YIELD :- 1.72% ~4.53% Return on Equity (5 YEAR AVERAGE) :- 97.8% ~135.87% Net Profit margin (5 YEAR AVERAGE) 1 :- 1.82% ~17.72% SHARE OUTSTANDING :- 234,500,000 ~38,150,000,000 LAST PRICE @30/08/2021 :- RM134.70 ~RM1.20 (4130IDR)
*apart from the financial ratio above, both company records a consistent n stagnant revenue n profit for the past few years with decent growth. Other then tat both company sells a similar product with superbrand fnb product except unilever slightly diversified which sells personal n homecare product.
*in my point of view both company is a good n financially stable, the only matter that concern me is about nestle malaysia valuation when u compare with other similar international brand especially their book value. yes they carry a strong brand along them but dont u guys think its damn overvalue to buy at current price?
* on the other hand unilever indonesia where currently selling 60% @ discount where it share a similar situation with nestle previously n now going after its fair value.
* from both company which 1 will u choose ? *this is just my personal view, i might wrong pls do correct if i does tq.
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Posted by oskchoon > Nov 2, 2021 8:35 PM | Report Abuse
This September quarter Hartalega EPS is only 27 sens and it is paying 35 sens dividend , did you find any tech company paying like this, only Glove counters dividend yields are the highest compared with other industries even better than banks, Plantation, Banks or tech companies..
KUALA LUMPUR (April 26): Nestlé (Malaysia) Bhd’s net profit for the first quarter ended March 31, 2022 (1QFY22) grew 17.14% to RM205.18 million from RM175.16 million a year earlier underpinned by stronger sales, coupled with lower Covid-19 related expenses.
The improved results were achieved despite the impact of increased commodity prices, as well as the impact of Cukai Makmur (the prosperity tax), said Nestlé in a bourse filing on Tuesday (April 26).
Earnings per share rose to 87.5 sen, compared with 74.7 sen previously.
After 3 years pandemic already end, next year onwards surely is the years of recovery and economy start booming time ! Like previously economy downturn period of: 1)Crisis 1986-1990 start booming 1993 to 1997 2)Crisis 1997-2000 start booming 2003 to 2006 3)Crisis 2006-2010 start booming 2013 to 2016 4)Crisis 2016-2022 start booming 2023 to 2027
So, our economy and KLSE will be spike up like mad start from year 2023 which is next year and i predict our KLSE this round of bull run start 2023 will hit it’s record high of around 2,000 points !
Nestle has tweaked its 2022 sales outlook higher, the world's largest packaged food company said ahead of an investor seminar on Tuesday. "We now expect organic sales growth between 8% and 8.5%. The underlying trading operating profit margin is expected around 17.0%. Underlying earnings per share in constant currency and capital efficiency are expected to increase," it said after forecasting in October organic sales would rise around 8%.
Organic growth, which cuts out the impact of currency movements and acquisitions, was 8.5% in the nine months to the end of September, the highest since 2008.
Nestle also said it had decided to explore strategic options for peanut allergy treatment Palforzia "following slower than expected adoption by patients and healthcare professionals". It expected the review to be completed in the first half of 2023
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