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Here's Why You Should Retain EnerSys (ENS) Stock for Now

·2 min read

EnerSys ENS is benefiting from a healthy business across its well-diversified end markets despite supply-chain challenges, and increasing costs and forex woes. Its Energy Systems revenues are driven by product innovations like 5G, CPUC and other projects along with customer wins.

Strong demand in electrification and automation end markets is driving growth for the Motive Power segment, and solid momentum in the aerospace and defense end markets is aiding the Specialty segment’s revenues. Technological expertise and effective pricing policies are likely to support ENS’ performance in the near term.

EnerSys’ solid product portfolio is likely to make it more competent in the quarters ahead. ENS is expected to benefit from favorable trends, including home energy storage, EV charging, rural broadband and 5G buildout products in the long term.

EnerSys’ shareholder-friendly policies hold promise. ENS paid out dividends worth $7.1 million and bought back shares worth $22.9 million in the first three months of fiscal 2023 (ended Jun 30, 2022). While exiting the first quarter of fiscal 2023, ENS was left to repurchase shares worth $190 million in aggregate.

Enersys Price and Consensus

Enersys Price and Consensus
Enersys Price and Consensus

Enersys price-consensus-chart | Enersys Quote

Considering the above-mentioned positives, we believe, investors should retain the EnerSys stock for now, as is suggested by its current Zacks Rank #3 (Hold).

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