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L&T Technology Services lists 7% higher at Rs 920

It hit a high of Rs 931.45 and a low of Rs 897 in intra-day deals on the NSE

opened at Rs 920 on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) today, against an issue price of Rs 860 per share, translating into a premium of around 7%. The issue was oversubscribed over 2.5 times.

However, by 10:10am, the stock had trimmed some of the gains, and was trading 4.4% higher at Rs 897 levels with a traded volume of around 3.94 million shares. It hit a high of Rs 931.45 in intra-day deals on the NSE.
 
The company provides engineering, research and development (ER&D) services to manufacturing, technology and process engineering companies. It operates in five industry segments – transportation, industrial products, telecom and hi-tech, process industry and medical devices. 

Also Read: IT sector slowdown to hit mid-caps worst

"While PER of 21x FY16 is at a premium to the large-caps and is expensive in the current IT services business environment, we believe that it provides good investment opportunity for long-term as it has the potential to deliver higher growth than the industry," analysts at had said in a pre-note.

Also Read: L&T to scale up avionic software biz, acquires Thales software unit in India

Earlier in July 2016, another subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) – L&T Infotech – had tapped the primary market for funds. The Rs 1,243 crore was oversubscribed nearly 12 times with over a million applications – the highest in five years, but saw a tepid listing. The stock had debuted 6% below its issue price of Rs 710 per share.

Also Read: L&T Tech forms JV with Thales to strengthen avionics business

"Considering the strong growth potential of the company, which is ahead of some of the industry peers, coupled with 38%+ return on equity (RoE) levels in FY2016; FY2015-16 average cash flow from operations of Rs 446 crore; strong around 64% dividend payout (translating to around 4% dividend yield), we are of view that stock has the potential to trade at premium to the peers," said in a pre-note.

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L&T Technology Services lists 7% higher at Rs 920

It hit a high of Rs 931.45 and a low of Rs 897 in intra-day deals on the NSE

Puneet Wadhwa  |  New Delhi 

L&T Technologies lists 7% higher at Rs 920

opened at Rs 920 on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) today, against an issue price of Rs 860 per share, translating into a premium of around 7%. The issue was oversubscribed over 2.5 times.

However, by 10:10am, the stock had trimmed some of the gains, and was trading 4.4% higher at Rs 897 levels with a traded volume of around 3.94 million shares. It hit a high of Rs 931.45 in intra-day deals on the NSE.
 
The company provides engineering, research and development (ER&D) services to manufacturing, technology and process engineering companies. It operates in five industry segments – transportation, industrial products, telecom and hi-tech, process industry and medical devices. 


Also Read: IT sector slowdown to hit mid-caps worst

"While PER of 21x FY16 is at a premium to the large-caps and is expensive in the current IT services business environment, we believe that it provides good investment opportunity for long-term as it has the potential to deliver higher growth than the industry," analysts at had said in a pre-note.

Also Read: L&T to scale up avionic software biz, acquires Thales software unit in India

Earlier in July 2016, another subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) – L&T Infotech – had tapped the primary market for funds. The Rs 1,243 crore was oversubscribed nearly 12 times with over a million applications – the highest in five years, but saw a tepid listing. The stock had debuted 6% below its issue price of Rs 710 per share.

Also Read: L&T Tech forms JV with Thales to strengthen avionics business

"Considering the strong growth potential of the company, which is ahead of some of the industry peers, coupled with 38%+ return on equity (RoE) levels in FY2016; FY2015-16 average cash flow from operations of Rs 446 crore; strong around 64% dividend payout (translating to around 4% dividend yield), we are of view that stock has the potential to trade at premium to the peers," said in a pre-note.

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L&T Technology Services lists 7% higher at Rs 920

It hit a high of Rs 931.45 and a low of Rs 897 in intra-day deals on the NSE

It hit a high of Rs 931.45 and a low of Rs 897 in intra-day deals on the NSE
opened at Rs 920 on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) today, against an issue price of Rs 860 per share, translating into a premium of around 7%. The issue was oversubscribed over 2.5 times.

However, by 10:10am, the stock had trimmed some of the gains, and was trading 4.4% higher at Rs 897 levels with a traded volume of around 3.94 million shares. It hit a high of Rs 931.45 in intra-day deals on the NSE.
 
The company provides engineering, research and development (ER&D) services to manufacturing, technology and process engineering companies. It operates in five industry segments – transportation, industrial products, telecom and hi-tech, process industry and medical devices. 

Also Read: IT sector slowdown to hit mid-caps worst

"While PER of 21x FY16 is at a premium to the large-caps and is expensive in the current IT services business environment, we believe that it provides good investment opportunity for long-term as it has the potential to deliver higher growth than the industry," analysts at had said in a pre-note.

Also Read: L&T to scale up avionic software biz, acquires Thales software unit in India

Earlier in July 2016, another subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) – L&T Infotech – had tapped the primary market for funds. The Rs 1,243 crore was oversubscribed nearly 12 times with over a million applications – the highest in five years, but saw a tepid listing. The stock had debuted 6% below its issue price of Rs 710 per share.

Also Read: L&T Tech forms JV with Thales to strengthen avionics business

"Considering the strong growth potential of the company, which is ahead of some of the industry peers, coupled with 38%+ return on equity (RoE) levels in FY2016; FY2015-16 average cash flow from operations of Rs 446 crore; strong around 64% dividend payout (translating to around 4% dividend yield), we are of view that stock has the potential to trade at premium to the peers," said in a pre-note.
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