Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd Strong Dividend yield

Strong dividend yield: The shares of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ASX: ANZ) corrected over 26.06% in the last six months (as of February 05, 2016) impacted by the slowdown in China, tough market conditions and the group’s efforts to comply with APRA standards. On the other hand, ANZ was able to deliver over 20% increase in profits in Greater China region during 2015. The bank has strong domestic operations, as well as generated an overall cash profit increase of 80% to $7.2 billion in 2015 as compared to $3.9 billion in 2007.To read the complete report click here 

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National Australia Bank Ltd – Strong Dividend Yield

Strong dividend Yield: National Australia Bank Ltd.’s (ASX: NAB) stock has corrected over 21.47% in the last six months (as at January 22, 2016). The bank recently announced that it is proceeding with the demerger and proposed initial public offer (IPO) to institutional investors of CYBG PLC (CYBG). NAB is pursuing a demerger of 75% of CYBG to NAB shareholders and a divestment of the remaining 25% by IPO to institutional investors. Furthermore, the bank announced commencement of marketing and price range of the IPO with a global marketing roadshow in London and price range to be in between 175 pence and 235 pence per CYBG share resulting to a market capitalization of around A$3.19 billion to A$4.29 billion. The CYBG shares will be listed on the London Stock Exchange’s main market for listed securities (LSE: CYBG) and commence trading on 2 February 2016 on a conditional basis.  To read the complete report click here 

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Downer EDI Ltd – Positive Developments

Positive developments: For the year 2015, Downer EDI Ltd (ASX: DOW) reported net profit after tax of $210.2 million, 2.7% lower than previous year while EBIT was also down 9.2%. Revenue was down 3.9% to $7,430.1 million. The company had strong performances from transport services and technology and communications services. During the year, Downer EDI was awarded an expanded contract with Fortescue Metals Group at Christmas Creek, a two year contract extension with BMA at Blackwater in Queensland and a two year contract for underground mining services at the Cobar copper mine in New South Wales. For the Rail business, DOW signed a 10 year, $1 billion locomotive maintenance agreement with Pacific National earlier during 2015 and also the company is tendering for two substantial passenger rail opportunities.
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Villa World Ltd-Building Strong Earnings Visibility

Building strong earnings visibility: Villa World Ltd (ASX: VLW) reported 269 sales during first quarter of 2016 worth of $106.7 million, which is an average sales rate of 90 per month, better than the 82 average sales per month in 2H15, and is on track to achieve a forecasted range of 1,000 to 1,200 sales for FY16. Villa World also estimates a positive FY16 outlook and intends to deliver seven new projects in FY16 while forecasts an EPS growth of 15% to 29.6 cps. The guidance for FY16 NPAT entails a value of $32.6 million as opposed to $25.6 million of FY15. Meanwhile, the shares of VLW surged over 5.56% in the last one month (as at December 23, 2015). The group is trading at very attractive valuations with a cheaper P/E while having a strong dividend yield.  To read the complete report click here 

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Five Growth Stocks For 2016

Building strong earnings visibility: Villa World Ltd (ASX: VLW) reported 269 sales during first quarter of 2016 worth of $106.7 million, which is an average sales rate of 90 per month, better than the 82 average sales per month in 2H15, and is on track to achieve a forecasted range of 1,000 to 1,200 sales for FY16. Villa World also estimates a positive FY16 outlook and intends to deliver seven new projects in FY16 while forecasts an EPS growth of 15% to 29.6 cps. The guidance for FY16 NPAT entails a value of $32.6 million as opposed to $25.6 million of FY15. Meanwhile, the shares of VLW surged over 5.56% in the last one month (as at December 23, 2015). The group is trading at very attractive valuations with a cheaper P/E while having a strong dividend yield.  To read the complete report click here 

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Downer EDI Ltd-Growth Efforts To Offset The Ongoing Pressure

Growth efforts to offset the ongoing pressure: Downer EDI Limited (ASX: DOW) reported a revenue decline of 3.9% yoy to $7,430.1 million during fiscal year of 2015 on the back of volatile conditions in Queensland road services as well as poor performance by the group’s rail infrastructure business which had offset the better performance at NSW and Victorian road services. The Group’s industrial and commercial construction and maintenance revenues fell by $1,889.3 million in FY15, from $2,040.6 million in FY14 impacted by $11.4 million of losses incurred for QCC and MT and project underperformance in WA. Therefore, DOW is restructuring this segment by decreasing management layers overheads. On the other hand, Downer’s New Zealand transport services business performance has improved during FY15 despite the tough conditions. The group acquired VEC Civil Engineering, during the period which is a specialist in bridges and structures, to further boost its infrastructure projects capabilities. With regards to the Mining sector, although the sector’s Revenue and EBIT were impacted during the fiscal year, DOW won many contracts during the period, which includes Blackwater coal mine extension (BMA) worth over $100 million over two years, Cobar copper mine (Cobar Management) worth of $70 million for two years as well as won Christmas Creek iron ore mine (Fortescue) expanded contract ($500 million per annum). Rail revenues also declined during the period impacted by the passenger manufacture contracts. But DOW won a 10 year $1.0 billion contract with Pacific National for offering asset management services to over 300 locomotives.  To read the complete report click here 

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