FiinPro Data #2: Corporate Earnings Growth is Slowing Down
2019 is the second year when non-financial companies' revenue and profit growth is slowing down:
- Net revenue grew modestly at 4.2%, ended the rapid chain-growth in recent years.
- Profit after tax in 2019 grew only by 5.3% but it was still in the decrease stage.
- After phase of crisis (2008 -2012), 2019 is the first time EBIT and EBITDA growth declined to -1.5% and -1.1%
Sectors that maintained high income and growth rate in 2019 are Pharmaceuticals, Personal & Household Goods, Construction & Materials and Telecommunications. We rated based on two criterial: Incomes and Profits.
18 banks (accounts for a combined 67.4% of total outstanding loans) recorded an after-tax profit growth of 29.3%, had a credit growth of 15.5%, higher than the whole sector (13.5%).
- Net profit margin (NIM) had improved at 30 basis points to 3.4% from 3.1% in 2018 due to retail lending growth from some banks through subsidiaries such as VPBank, HDBank, MBBank and more recently SHB.
- Fee income of these banks grew strongly at 30.7%
EPS growth of VN30 is forecast at 15.3%, much higher than actual figure of 4.9% in 2019.
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