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Monday, August 22, 2011

DLF Ltd:-Buy/sell/,growth prospects and recommendation,news and results,target price and analysis,view and outlook,multibagger

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Story:No one had too many expectations from DLF and it did not disappoint. As expected, the numbers were dismal. The company posted a 12.81% decline in its consolidated net profit at Rs.358.36 crore for Q1FY12. This was despite a by 20.57% rise in net revenue at Rs.2,445.82 crore. What really did the company is was the rising cost, mainly of land, developmental rights and constructed properties. Total operating cost was up by Rs.300 crore at Rs.1505 crore. Finance charges soared by 28% at Rs.496.41 crore.The company has stated in its statement issued to the BSE that Income Tax authorities have slapped notice for nearly Rs 550 crore during Q1FY12 which the company has challenged. Of this, Rs.487.23 crore pertains to demand on account of dis-allowance of SEZ profit under section 80IAB of Income Tax Act.DLF has expressed confidence that the additional tax demand would not be sustained and therefore it has not made any provision in the financial result.During Q1, the company realized Rs.165 crore through sale of non-core assets. Till end of FY11, the company had realized Rs.3,070 crore through such sales. Its aim is to sell more land parcels and raise upto Rs.7000 crore within the next 2-3 years. It wants to bring down its debt through such sales, which as at 31st March 2011 stood at Rs.21,424 crore. So we are still looking at a debt of Rs.10,000 to 14,000 crore, which means substantial interest charges. Currently, realty market is in the doldrums. According to a report released yesterday by Liases Foras Real Estate, Mumbai’s residential sale fell 11% on a QoQ the lowest since the three months ended December 2008. The stock is not a good buy as of now looking at the falling demand and with already its cup of woes overflowing.

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