On August 16 BMO Capital Markets slightly lowered their 12-month price target on Magna International (TSX: MG) while reiterating their outperform rating. They say the reason for the price target change is due to revising their third quarter earnings per share estimate to $1.47 from $1.63.
Magna International has 10 analysts covering the stock, with 1 having a strong buy rating, 8 have buy ratings and 1 analyst has a hold rating. The consensus 12-month price target sits at $111 while the street high comes in at $129.45 and the lowest is $88.
With the chip shortage still heavily in effect, BMO has lowered its expectations around production. They say that the West Detroit Three production is now expected to increase 31% sequentially, lower than their original 50% estimate. The companies revenue meanwhile is expected to grow 14%, underperforming its production increase.
The company’s western production is expected to decrease 4.5% sequentially, which is 1% weaker than their original estimate. Revenues from Magna’s European platforms are estimated to decrease 5.5% sequentially. This is primarily due to the companies top platforms, the BMW 1-Series and Volkswagen Tiguan, both expected to drop 22% sequentially.
Below you can see BMO’s updated third quarter, full year 2021, and 2022 estimates.
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