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Jan 11, 2017 01:54 PM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

IndusInd Bank rises 6%, analysts upbeat post Q3 results

Bank of America Merrill Lynch ratains buy call with a target of Rs 1373 per share. It estimates FY17/18 net profit growth of over 27 percent.

 
 
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Shares of IndusInd Bank gained 6 percent intraday Wednesday as investors rejoiced its December quarter earnings.


Deutsche Bank maintains buy rating with a target of Rs 1350 per share as it reports strong growth and stable net interest margin. It says overall outlook remains strong with a likely NIM improvement but valuations remain expensive but justified by strong growth.

CIMB maintains add rating with target cut to Rs 1325 from Rs 1350 per share as asset quality stable, with slippage at 0.34 percent of 1-year lagged loans. It says valuation is attractive at 18.8x FY18 earnings and 3X P/BV.

Nomura maintains buy rating with target unchanged at Rs 1400 per share. It expects the company to deliver over 25 percent CAGR earnings over FY16-19.

Citi maintains buy rating with target at Rs 1380 per share.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch ratains buy call with a target of Rs 1373 per share. It estimates FY17/18 net profit growth of over 27 percent. IDFC has an outperform call on the stock with target increased to Rs 1415 per share. It feels the company deserves to trade at a higher premium to the sector.

Goldman Sachs has a neutral call given balanced risk-reward at current valuations of 19.4x FY18 PE. It has revised FY17-19 EPS by lesser than 1 percent to over 2.6 percent on Q3 trends. It has raised target by 2 percent to Rs 1164 per share.

Macquarie maintains outperform call with target unchanged at Rs 1290 per share.

CLSA retains buy call with raised target price to Rs 1450 from Rs 1400 per share raising earnings estimates by 2-3 percent post strong performance in Q3.

At 12:52 hrs IndusInd Bank was quoting at Rs 1,220.60, up Rs 58.75, or 5.06 percent on the BSE.

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