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Domino’s Pizza FY21 Profit Result – Strong Result With Higher Future Growth Expected

Timothy Anderson

Timothy Anderson is a contributor with the Australian Stock Report and is currently in his final year of studying a Bachelor of Applied Economics and a Bachelor of International Relations and Politics at the University of Canberra. Tim has a genuine passion for economics, specifically in macroeconomic analysis including how certain macroeconomic policies and indicators affect financial markets and the economy, as well as how these factors affect personal investment strategies. Tim currently holds RG146 Tier 1 Generic Knowledge qualifications.

Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd (ASX: DMP) is an Australian-owned master franchise holder for Domino’s in Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Japan, Germany, Luxembourg and Denmark. Domino’s has a market capitalisation of A$11.7 billion.




What are the ley features of Dominos FY21 profit result?

Dominos reported network sales of A$3.7 billion, up 14.6% compared with FY20. Online sales of A$2.96 billion, up 21.5% compared with FY20. Underlying earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) of A$293 million, up 27.2% compared with FY20. Management also noted the dividend payout ratio is to be increased from 70% to 80%.

Regarding Dominos regional performance, Asia reported sales increased by 30.9% with 126 new store openings. Europe reported sales increased by 23% with 129 new store openings. Finally, Australia and New Zealand sales increased by 6.5% with 30 new stores openings. As shown from these results, Domino’s sales growth is primarily coming from expansions into new markets in Asia and Europe.

This strong performance has allowed Dominos to pay a final dividend of A85.1 cents per share (70% franked).


What is the outlook for Dominos?

Management provided an outlook on Domino’s expansion progress through opening new stores in their key growth markets (Asia and Europe). By 2023, the company’s modelling shows Dominos will operate 6,650 stores worldwide with store growth between 9% and 12%. This is an upgrade from the previous year guidance of 5,550 stores worldwide with store growth between 7% and 9%.

Management is also expected to increase net CAPEX to A$100-A$150 million (up from A$60-A$100 million) over the next 3-5 years to grow Dominos global preserve at a faster rate. This is a welcome sign and shows that Dominos consistent growth in sales is allowing the business to invest more heavily in expanding its network globally.


What is the market reaction to Dominos FY21 profit result?

The market reaction to Domino’s profit result is positive with the share price up around 6.5% to A$134.72 while the market is up slightly by 0.2% (18 August 2021). This suggests that Dominos FY21 result is better than market expectations. Dominos trades on a forward P/E ratio in the low-fifties and has a dividend yield of around 1.1% (partially franked).


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