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BHEL vs PUNJ LLOYD - Comparison Results

BHEL    Change

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is India's largest PSU engineering company catering to the power sector. The company has a 25-year history of consistent profitability and manufactures over 180 products for industries like power generation and... More

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Punj Lloyd provides engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) and project management services. It provides services to oil & gas, energy, infrastructure petrochemical, telecom broadband and utilities sectors, among others. The company has global p... More

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Current Valuations

    BHEL PUNJ LLOYD BHEL/
PUNJ LLOYD
 
P/E (TTM) x 66.8 -1.8 - View Chart
P/BV x 1.0 - - View Chart
Dividend Yield % 0.9 0.0 -  

Financials

 BHEL   PUNJ LLOYD
EQUITY SHARE DATA
    BHEL
Mar-17
PUNJ LLOYD
Mar-17
BHEL/
PUNJ LLOYD
5-Yr Chart
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High Rs17228 607.8%   
Low Rs11218 634.5%   
Sales per share (Unadj.) Rs120.6145.6 82.8%  
Earnings per share (Unadj.) Rs1.9-26.0 -7.1%  
Cash flow per share (Unadj.) Rs5.3-19.4 -27.4%  
Dividends per share (Unadj.) Rs0.800-  
Dividend yield (eoy) %0.60-  
Book value per share (Unadj.) Rs132.3-54.7 -242.1%  
Shares outstanding (eoy) m2,447.60334.23 732.3%   
Bonus/Rights/Conversions -ESOP-  
Price / Sales ratio x1.20.2 746.6%   
Avg P/E ratio x76.4-0.9 -8,655.0%  
P/CF ratio (eoy) x26.7-1.2 -2,254.0%  
Price / Book Value ratio x1.1-0.4 -255.3%  
Dividend payout %43.00-   
Avg Mkt Cap Rs m347,9267,687 4,526.0%   
No. of employees `00040.36.2 649.4%   
Total wages/salary Rs m8,4985,782 147.0%   
Avg. sales/employee Rs Th7,319.07,840.3 93.4%   
Avg. wages/employee Rs Th210.8931.3 22.6%   
Avg. net profit/employee Rs Th112.9-1,402.1 -8.1%   
INCOME DATA
Net Sales Rs m295,06648,673 606.2%  
Other income Rs m9,83413,551 72.6%   
Total revenues Rs m304,89962,224 490.0%   
Gross profit Rs m8,269-10,159 -81.4%  
Depreciation Rs m8,4982,205 385.3%   
Interest Rs m3,51310,182 34.5%   
Profit before tax Rs m6,091-8,996 -67.7%   
Minority Interest Rs m-236-57 411.9%   
Prior Period Items Rs m00-   
Extraordinary Inc (Exp) Rs m00-   
Tax Rs m1,304-349 -373.9%   
Profit after tax Rs m4,552-8,704 -52.3%  
Gross profit margin %2.8-20.9 -13.4%  
Effective tax rate %21.43.9 552.2%   
Net profit margin %1.5-17.9 -8.6%  
BALANCE SHEET DATA
Current assets Rs m429,04097,991 437.8%   
Current liabilities Rs m201,426118,670 169.7%   
Net working cap to sales %77.1-42.5 -181.6%  
Current ratio x2.10.8 258.0%  
Inventory Days Days919 1,006.1%  
Debtors Days Days273132 207.1%  
Net fixed assets Rs m37,69514,684 256.7%   
Share capital Rs m4,895669 732.3%   
"Free" reserves Rs m318,995-18,938 -1,684.4%   
Net worth Rs m323,890-18,269 -1,772.9%   
Long term debt Rs m89618,713 4.8%   
Total assets Rs m613,475119,625 512.8%  
Interest coverage x2.70.1 2,346.2%   
Debt to equity ratio x0-1.0 -0.3%  
Sales to assets ratio x0.50.4 118.2%   
Return on assets %1.31.2 106.4%  
Return on equity %1.447.6 2.9%  
Return on capital %2.9254.6 1.1%  
Exports to sales %00-   
Imports to sales %00-   
Exports (fob) Rs mNANA-   
Imports (cif) Rs mNANA-   
Fx inflow Rs m33,35019,837 168.1%   
Fx outflow Rs m24,90021,119 117.9%   
Net fx Rs m8,450-1,281 -659.5%   
CASH FLOW
From Operations Rs m5,3618,530 62.8%  
From Investments Rs m-3,376644 -524.3%  
From Financial Activity Rs m4,674-6,520 -71.7%  
Net Cashflow Rs m6,6581,792 371.6%  

Share Holding

Indian Promoters % 63.1 13.9 454.0%  
Foreign collaborators % 0.0 23.2 -  
Indian inst/Mut Fund % 16.6 6.5 255.7%  
FIIs % 15.9 7.7 206.5%  
ADR/GDR % 0.0 0.0 -  
Free float % 4.4 48.7 9.0%  
Shareholders   390,318 378,219 103.2%  
Pledged promoter(s) holding % 0.0 67.2 -  
NM: Not Meaningful
Source: Company Annual Reports, Regulatory Filings, Equitymaster

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