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Why Monadelphous Group Is Down 5.9% Today?

Stuart Lucy

Stuart Lucy is an Investment Specialist at the Australian Stock Report, and has gained exposure to funds management and investment banking throughout his career. He draws on this experience to provide macroeconomic commentary and actionable investment insights to clients. Stuart is responsible for writing reports, is involved in delivering Macrovue webinars and provides general advice to our members on portfolio construction. Stuart currently holds RG146 General and Securities qualifications.

Monadelphous Group (ASX: MND) announced poor results to the market, with revenue, EBITDA and NPAT all declining sharply from FY18. The company’s share price now sits around six-month lows, as the market questioned whether the stock should still be priced on 22x earnings. Revenue declined 9.8% to $1,608m, while reported NPAT declined 29.3% to $50.6m as challenging market conditions accelerated margin compression for the business.

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The company operates two business segments, with the first being engineering construction and the second being maintenance and industrial services. Their engineering construction services segment delivers construction projects, in addition to electrical and support services to airlines and plane makers. The maintenance and industrial service segment deals with minor capital works, as well as solutions to reduce or eliminate shutdowns. A couple of notable clients of the business include the NZ Government and BHP Billiton (ASX: BHP).

They gave the market a positive outlook, projecting that a more favourable core market conditions will provide a solid pipeline of opportunities .They also mentioned pressures within the labour market, as the business looks for new strategies to help hold top talent, although these pressures are not expected to be a significant drag on the business.

MND’s two main business segments operate across resources, energy and infrastructure. Its resources business provides services to mining companies, a traditionally more volatile part of the sector. This generally results in companies trading on lower multiples across the economic cycle, since investors know that earnings will be low for a large part of the mining cycle.




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