On 30 June 2019, dormakaba Holding AG (VTX:DOKA) released its earnings update. Generally, analyst consensus outlook appear cautiously subdued, as a 8.5% rise in profits is expected in the upcoming year, compared with the higher past 5-year average growth rate of 11%. Currently with trailing-twelve-month earnings of CHF132m, we can expect this to reach CHF143m by 2020. I will provide a brief commentary around the figures and analyst expectations in the near term. For those keen to understand more about other aspects of the company, you can research its fundamentals here.
Exciting times ahead?
The longer term expectations from the 10 analysts of DOKA is tilted towards the positive sentiment. Broker analysts tend to forecast up to three years ahead due to a lack of clarity around the business trajectory beyond this. I've plotted out each year's earnings expectations and inserted a line of best fit to calculate an annual growth rate from the slope in order to understand the overall trajectory of DOKA's earnings growth over these next few years.
This results in an annual growth rate of 8.1% based on the most recent earnings level of CHF132m to the final forecast of CHF165m by 2022. This leads to an EPS of CHF39.47 in the final year of projections relative to the current EPS of CHF31.63. Margins are currently sitting at 4.7%, which is expected to expand to 5.5% by 2022.
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