KMD – Credit Suisse rates the stock as Downgrade to Neutral from Outperform

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FY19 net profit was at the top end of guidance and above forecasts. Credit Suisse found the results solid, reflecting the full year impact of the Oboz acquisition as well as operating efficiencies.

The company expects Oboz to continue delivering double-digit growth and this should largely offset the FX impact on gross margins in the core retail business. Same-store sales growth in FY20 to date has been strong, up 6.1%.

While continuing to believe Kathmandu has attractive medium-term growth options there was nothing in the result to drive a materially higher valuation, in the broker’s view. Rating is downgraded to Neutral from Outperform. Target is raised to NZ$3.15 from NZ$3.00.

Sector: Retailing.

Current Price is $2.83. Target price not assessed.

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