Feb 22, 2012, 11.32 AM | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Mehta Equities has come out with its report on MCX IPO. As per the research firm one can subscribe for the IPO as its a good scrip to add to portfolio.
, Mehta Equities |
Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX) is the country's largest commodity bourse and the first to hit the capital market. It offers futures trading across bullion, ferrous and nonferrous metals, energy and a number of agriculture commodities. Backed by a network of 2,153 members having 2,96,000 trading terminals, the company is recognized as India’s leading commodity exchange house, commanding market share of 87 per cent (as on December 31, 2011) in terms of value of futures’ contracts traded.
Largest Commodity Exchange in India: MCX enjoys a leadership position in Indian Commodity Futures market over the past four years, with a share of over 87% of the traded turnover as on 31st December 2012. While new commodity exchanges have been set up over the past couple of years, they have not been able to nudge MCX from the top. Going forward, even if the competition intensifies we do not expect it to pose a huge threat for MCX as the updated technology and liquidity that it enjoys is very difficult to replicate.
Metal and Energy the highest trading turnover in the world: Around 85% of MCX’s turnover is through metal and energy commodities which are benchmarked to international prices. These commodities not only enjoy high volumes but also high turnover, which in turn generates higher revenues for MCX through transaction fees. Metals and Energy have also witnessed low regulatory intervention which further facilitates higher volumes growth. MCX is the largest silver exchange, the second largest gold, copper and natural exchange and third largest crude oil exchange in terms of number of contracts traded (As on June, 2011).
Updated technology powers MCX to be globally competitive: MCX being an electronic platform for trading requires highly skilled technology and expertise. FTIL’s technical expertise helps MCX to maintain that high standard and ensure speedy execution, transparency, prompt and reliable order routing and market surveillance. It is this technology that has helped MCX be the 5th largest commodity exchange globally.
Financial Performance: MCX primarily earns income from transaction fees which accounts for 81.5% of the total Income. Other sources of income include membership fees and annual subscription fees. The exchange has a daily average turnover over Rs 51,400 crore and a Networth of Rs 1073.9 crore as 31st December 2011. MCX’s operating revenue has grown at a CAGR of 32% over FY09-11 and the EBITDA margin improved to 60.4% in FY11.
We believe MCX being the first exchange to hit the market is a good opportunity to invest. The “5/5 IPO Grade” accredited by CRISIL is in itself a certificate of its excellence. With the above rationale like strong financial performance, updated technology and the 5th largest commodity exchange in the world, we advice investors to park their funds in this company with a medium to long term horizon. With less or no competition in the business segment the exchange is well set in its segment. MCX being the face for all the commodities listed in that exchange ensures diversification in its core form. Trading at an annualized EPS 56.64 and a PE of 18.22x (Calculated at upper band price) it’s a good scrip to add to one’s portfolio. Hence we recommend investors to subscribe for the IPO.
Disclaimer: The views and investment tips expressed by investment experts/broking houses/rating agencies on moneycontrol.com are their own, and not that of the website or its management. Moneycontrol.com advises users to check with certified experts before taking any investment decisions.
To read the full report click here
MCX Q3 net profit falls 22% at Rs 17.95 crore
The exchange had clocked a net profit of Rs 22.96
Jhunjhunwala, RK Damani nominees appointed on MCX board
Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of
Budget 2016: Equity Fund-of-Funds should get tax treatment of equity funds
These schemes are treated as debt funds for the pu
Experts discuss the road ahead for Indian equity markets
Watch market experts discuss the road ahead for In
Real estate private equity funds: Means to make money in realty
As the sector turns around over next two years, th
Identify good stocks than waiting for market to bottom: IIFL
There are many stocks that will bottom out before
RBI's Rajan explains why the pain in banking sector now is good
Reserve Bank governor Raghuram Rajan said the gove
Services pact a good idea for WTO: Teaotia
At the WTO's ministerial meeting held recently in