B&A Packaging India Ltd.

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116.57 Cr

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Particular Values
Face Value
The face value is the nominal value of a security at which it is listed in the stock market. The face value is set by the issuer and remains fixed i.e. it does not change unless specifically decided by the issuer in the future. The face value was mentioned in the share certificate but ever since digitalization most shares have a face value of Rs.10. The face value has a greater legal and accounting purpose and should not be confused with market value.
Market Cap
Market cap, or Market Capitalization, MCap - is the market value of a company’s outstanding shares. The Market cap is calculated by multiplying the total number of company’s oustanding shares by the current price of its share in the market (Mcap = No. of outstanding shares * Share Price). The Market Cap takes into account the public perception of a company and the possible future prospects that the puclic has for the company. It is also usefull in helping investors differentiate the size of a company between Large, Mid and Small. It is important to note that Market Cap only uses the Equity portion of the company in determining its value
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The Earnings Per Share(EPS) is a financial measure used to indicate a company’s profitability. It can be seen as the portion of a company’s profit that is attributed to each share. It is calculated as : EPS = ( Net Income / Total Shares Outstanding). The higher the EPS the better the profitability of a company.
Price To Book Value
The price-to-book ratio compares a company's market value to its book value. The ratio is calculated by dividing the company’s stock price per share to its book value per share(BVPS). The BVPS is also known as the net asset value - calculated as Assets - Liabilities. This is then divided by no. of outstanding shares to arrive at BVPS. Investors use this to determine if the company’s stocks are overvalued or undervalued as there are instances where a company may have surging stocks but no assets to justify the market price. Traditionally a P/B value of 1 is considered good but eventually the number varies with the industry the company is in and the investors preference.
PE Ratio(TTM)
The Price to Earnings ratio is the ratio of company’s current share price to its earnings per share. The ratio give us the picture of how much the market is willing to pay for the company’s earnings. A high P/E can be interpreted as a overvalued stock or investors anticipating higher earnings growth. A lower P/E ratio may be viewed as an undervalued stock or investors anticipating lower earnings growth. The P/E ratio however is used for similar types of stocks or to judge the performance of a single stock across different periods. The ratio is also know as price multiple or the earnings multiple.
Dividend Yield
The Dividend Yield is a ratio that shows us how much a company pays out in dividend each year relative to its stock price. The yield is normally expressed as a percentage and is computed as (Annual Dividend per share / Price per share)*100. The resulting percentage gives investors an idea of how much income they can expect in the future from a stock based on the price they buy it today. But a high dividend yield does not necessary indicate favourable investments as the yield may increase even if the dividend remains the same but the price of the stock falls.
The ROE ratio measures how effectively the management is using a company’s assets to create profits and is therefore considered as the return on net assets. It is calculated by dividing the net income by shareholders equity. For. eg an ROE of 1 will mean that the company is generating Rs 1 income for every Rs.1 invested in equity. ROE comparison should be made between similar stocks like those that are of similar industries.
The ROCE is a financial ratio that helps us understand how well a company is able to generate profit from its capital. Investors usr ROCE to analyse and compare profitability levels among different companies in terms of capital. The ROCE is particulary useful when comparing the ROCE across capital intensive sectors. The ROCE is computed as = Capital Employed / EBIT. Here, Capital Employed = (Total Assets - Liabilities), and EBIT= Earnings before Interest and Tax
Enterprise Value (Cr)
The Enterprise value is an alternative to finding a company’s value. Although the popular method is Market Cap but Enterprise value is said to be a modified form that offers a better picture of the firm as it also takes into consideration the Debt. The Market Cap is calculated as Enterprise Value=Market Cap+Total Debt−Cash and Cash Equivalents. The Enterprise Value is also used as a theoretical price calculated in takeovers as it is deemed to be more accurate as it also considers both Market Cap and Debt in the company’s valuation.
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Industry PE
Industry PE definition
Enterprise value/EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) is an alternative to measure the value of a company. This ratio is useful when comparing companies with varying debt as Enterprise Value also takes debt into consideration. Although an EV/EBITDA of below 10 is said to be good, the number may vary depending on the industry.
Outstanding Shares (Cr)
Outstanding shares represent the total number of company’s shares that have been issued and owned by its shareholders and also are currently traded in the stock market. The shareholders here include all types - retail, institutional, employees etc.
Book Value
The Book Value as the name suggests is the value of the company according to its books and is also known as the Net Asset Value. The Book value is computed as Assets- Liabilities. It also can be viewed as the value that remains it all of the company’s assets are sold liabilities are paid off.

  • Company's PE is lower than Avg Industry PE
  • Good Avg ROE for last 3 Years of 21.02%
  • Low debt to equity ratio of 0.18
  • Good current ratio of 2.54
  • Decent Net Profit Growh for last 3 years with Avg of 26.05%
  • Company has lower net profit margin compared to historical 3 Yrs NPM Margin
  • Weak Revenue growth for last 3 years with Avg of 12.33%


Stock Returns

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Avg ROE (3 Yrs) :

ROE shows how efficiently a company generates profit from the money that the shareholders have invested. It is advisable to invest in companies with 3-Yr Avg ROE greater than 15%.


Avg ROCE (3 Yrs) :

ROCE measures the company’s profit and efficiency in terms of the capital it employes. A higher ROCE is better and it is favourable to invest in companies with 3-Yr Avg ROCE greater than 15%..


Avg ROA (3 Yrs) :

ROA is an indicator of how profitable a company is relative to its total assets. It can be calculated as: Net income/ Average total assets). A company with higher ROA means it is more efficient in using its assets to generate earnings.

Net Profit Margin

AVg Net Profit Margin (3 Yrs) :

Profit margin reveals how good a company is at converting revenue into profits available for shareholders. It can be calculated as: (Net profit/Revenue). A company with an increasing profit (or least steady) margin is suitable for investment.

Revenue, Net Profit, NPM

Revenue is the total money collected or the company expects to collect from the sale of its products/services. Net profit is the difference between total revenue and total expenses. Ratio of Net profit by total Revenue gives the net profit margin (NPM). It is advisable to invest in companies with consistently growing revenue & profits for last mulitple years as it reflects profitability of the business.


Particular 1 Yr CAGR 3 Yr CAGR 5 Yr CAGR
Revenue Growth 5.61 % 12.33 % 10.34 %
Book Value Growth 24.99 % 21.95 % 22.0 %
Net Profit Growth 56.88 % 26.05 % 25.18 %
Dividend Growth -100.0 % -100.0 % -100.0 %

While looking at the growth aspect of a company, always check consistency for last multiple years. A company can grow a very fast pace for an year. However, it's the consistent growth for last many year that matters more. Further, also compare the last year growth with historical growth rate.

Dividends Yield vs DPR

Avg Dividend Yield (3 Yrs):

Dividend yield shows the amount of annual dividend per share as a percentage of its share price. As a thumb rule, a high avg dividend yield is favouable for dividend investors.

Leverage and Liquidity

Debt to Equity

Debt to Equity (Avg 3yrs) :

It shows how much capital amount is borrowed (debt) vs that of contributed by the shareholders (equity) in a company. As a thumb rule, invest in companies with d/e ratio less than one.

Current Ratio

Current Ratio (Avg 3yrs) :

It tells you the ability of a company to pay its short-term liabilities with short-term assets. For a sufficient liquid company, it is advisable to invest in companies with this ratio greater than one.

Interest Coverage Ratio

Int Coverage Ratio (Avg 3yrs) :

It is used to check how well a company can meet its interest obligation. A higher ratio is preferable as it reflects debt serving ability, repayment capability and credit rating for new borrowings.

Quick Ratio

Quick Ratio (Avg 3yrs) :

Also called as acid test ratio, Quick ratio takes accounts of the assets that can pay the debt for the short term. It is calculated as (Current assets – Inventory) / Current liabilities. A company with the quick ratio greater that one means that it can easily meet its short-term obligations.


PE Ratio

Avg PE (3 Yrs):

It is calculated as: (Price per share/ Earnings per Share). As a thumb rule, a company with a lower PE ratio is undervalued compared to the companies with a higher PE ratio. The average PE ratio varies depending on the industry.


EV/EBITDA (Avg 3Yr) :

The EV/EBITDA metric is a valuation tool that helps investors compare companies. EV calculates a company's total value, while EBITDA measures a company's overall financial profitability. Companies with lower EV/EBITDA value are undervalued.

Price To Book Value

Price To Book Value (3 Yrs) :

It is calculated as: (Price per share/ book value per share). As a thumb rule, a company with lower P/BV ratio is undervalued compared to the companies with higher P/BV ratio.

Price To Cash Flow

Price To CashFlow (Avg 3Yr) :

It measures the value of a stock's price relative to its operating cash flow per share. A low P/CF multiple indicates that a stock is undervalued. This ratio is considered better than PE as a company's cash flows cannot be as easily manipulated as its earnings.

Profit & Loss Statement

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Balance Sheet

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Cash Flow statement

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Quarterly Financial Statement

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Shareholding Pattern

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5 Year Analysis & Factsheet

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Peer Companies

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Annual Reports

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Company's Annual Report is a document produced each year by all publicly-held companies that detail the financial condition of the company and includes the balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement, shareholding pattern and other relevant information required by law. Most companies provide all relevant information and pictures of the activities of the company inside this document. An intelligent investor should definitely go through this document before marking their investment decision.

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