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Crown Holdings, Inc. (CCK)

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Previous Close100.95
Bid104.35 x 900
Ask104.59 x 800
Day's Range103.60 - 105.49
52 Week Range55.85 - 105.49
Avg. Volume1,066,700
Market Cap14.148B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.14
PE Ratio (TTM)24.39
EPS (TTM)4.30
Earnings DateApr 19, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield0.80 (0.76%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 10, 2021
1y Target Est122.25
  • Moody's

    Crown Metal Packaging Canada LP -- Moody's announces Crown's ratings unchanged following announcement of divestiture of European Tinplate; Ba2 CFR unchanged; outlook stable

    Announcement: Moody's announces Crown's ratings unchanged following announcement of divestiture of European Tinplate; Ba2 CFR unchanged; outlook stableGlobal Credit Research - 09 Apr 2021New York, April 09, 2021 -- Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") announced today that Crown Holdings, Inc.'s ("Crown") ratings, including the Ba2 Corporate Family Rating (CFR), Ba2-PD Probability of Default Rating (PDR) and all other instrument ratings are unchanged. This follows the announcement today that Crown entered into a definitive agreement to sell its European Tinplate business to KPS Capital Partners, LP.Crown will receive pre-tax proceeds of approximately E1.9 billion from the transaction and retain a 20% ownership stake in the business. In 2020, the business generated E1.9 billion in revenue and approximately E220 million in estimated standalone EBITDA and had approximately 6,300 employees.Crown expects to use the net proceeds, after closing working capital adjustments, taxes and other transaction related costs, to further reduce debt, fund capital projects and repurchase shares over time under its recent $1.5 billion authorization dated February 25, 2021.The sale of the European Tinplate business is expected to close during the third quarter of 2021 and is subject to certain regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions.Moody's expects Crown to pay down enough debt by the end of 2021 to improve pro forma debt to LTM EBITDA to 4.6x from 5.1x at December 31, 2020.

  • Crown Holdings To Sell 80% Of European Tinplate Business To KPS Capital For €1.9B

    Crown Holdings To Sell 80% Of European Tinplate Business To KPS Capital For €1.9B

    Crown Holdings will sell 80% of its European Tinplate business to KPS Capital Partners for €1.9 billion (pre-tax) but will retain a 20% stake in the business. Last year, the maker of metal beverage and food cans European Tinplate business earned revenues of €1.9 billion and had a standalone EBITDA of €220 million. The acquisition is expected to close in the third quarter of this year and Crown Holdings (CCK) expects to use the net proceeds for debt reduction, capital project funding and share repurchases over time. KPS Capital Partners has valued the European Tinplate business at $2.7 billion. Crown Holdings’ President and CEO, Timothy J. Donahue commented, “We are very pleased that the European Tinplate business will have a strong owner in KPS Capital Partners to support future profitable growth and innovation initiatives. We are excited to retain a minority stake in the business alongside KPS as Crown shareholders will benefit from the KPS team and its track record of owning manufacturing companies and creating tremendous value.” CCK’s European Tinplate business consists of 44 manufacturing facilities across 17 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa with around 6,300 employees. CCK expects an estimated pro forma adjusted net leverage ratio of 2.9x (excluding all FY21 EBITDA related to the European Tinplate business) as compared to 3.9x at the end of FY21 assuming all the net proceeds from the sale are used to pay-off debt. (See Crown Holdings stock analysis on TipRanks) Following the sale announcement, KeyBanc analyst Adam Josephson reiterated a Hold on the stock. Josephson commented on the sale, “It’s unclear to us why Crown would keep 20% of the business, nor do we know what the after-tax proceeds will be compared to the disclosed pre-tax proceeds of €1.9 billion.” “Assuming ~15% tax leakage, the implied after-tax multiple would be modestly below 9.0x, compared to Crown’s purchase price of Mivisa of 9.0x pre-synergies seven years ago and recent N.A. food can transactions at ~9.0x as well; the Company didn’t disclose the anticipated tax leakage or other transaction costs…We expect a positive reaction to this news, even with the obvious questions that we’ve raised,” Josephson added. Overall, the rest of the Street is bullish on the stock with a Strong Buy consensus rating based on 8 Buys and 1 Hold. The average analyst price target of $123.50 implies that CCK shares have a 21.1% upside potential to current levels. Related News: Best Buy Launches $200 Per Year Membership Program Okta Reaffirms Financial Outlook, Launches New Products On Investor Day Costco’s Comps Climb 11.1% In March More recent articles from Smarter Analyst: Levi’s 1Q Sales And EPS Beat Estimates; Street Says Buy Tyson Foods Officially Opens New $425M Tennessee Poultry Complex Provention Bio Shares Crash 40% Due To Regulatory Setback For Diabetes Drug Friday’s Pre-Market: Here’s What You Need To Know Before The Market Opens

  • Crown Holdings (CCK) to Sell 80% of European Tinplate Business

    Crown Holdings (CCK) to Sell 80% of European Tinplate Business

    Crown Holdings (CCK) likely to utilize net proceeds of the divestiture deal in reducing debt, funding capital projects and making share repurchases.