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• We expect the budget to be a populist budget. Though expectations from Budget 2017-18 are not particularly high, there is room for some positive surprises.
The Union Budget 2017-18 (including Railway Budget)
is to be presented on 1st of February. This remains a
historic move to merge the budgets, away from the
trend followed for last 92 years.
• Reason for early budget being the timely completion of legislative approval for spending plans and tax proposals before
the beginning of the new financial year on 1 April.
BUDGET 2017-18 FOR “ 1 & ALL”
• Budget 2017-18 is expected to announce measures covering ‘1& All’ to encourage growth in rural and urban economy given the current impact of demonetization.
Budget 2017-18 likely thrust is on 4 core areas :
1. Agriculture 2. Consumption 3. Infra spending 4. Cashless transactions.
BUDGET 2017-18 – RURAL ECONOMY THRUST
Gap in Rich & Poor DeMo to open tap for Poor Need to Bridge the Gap
Need for Higher Rural spend Digital Path future for Rural Growth Home & Power for ALL
Expect to levy thrust on “Rural Economy” with higher spends and allocations towards Agriculture & Housing plus Power for all
• Irrigation and Agriculture
We expect there is likely to be more focus on irrigation and
agriculture. The government has already allocated Rs 5500 crores to
support micro-irrigation, watershed development and the Pradhan
Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana. This allocation is likely to be stepped up
in the 2017-18 budget.
• Housing For All
The real estate sector has been impacted by the demonetization
scheme. Hence Government may propose some benefit to low
cost housing to offset the slump in the housing market. The
affordable segment may well see more sops as a follow-up to
last year’s additional deduction offered to first-time house
BUDGET 2017-18 – RURAL ECONOMY THRUST
Budget 2017-18 is expected to pave way towards reduced tax rate for
individuals and corporate on account of higher tax revenue to the
government post demonetization. This will have a huge consumption
boost with higher discretionary spending due to increased savings in
hands of individuals
Urban economy is set to receive consumption boost courtesy demonetization impact
• Infrastructure spending
Government may have higher allocation towards public expenditure. Budget
2017-18 is expected to focus on boosting public as well as private
expenditure to accelerate economic growth.
BUDGET 2017-18 – URBAN ECONOMY THRUST
Particulars Expected Tax Rate
Corporate Tax 18%
Personal Income Tax Slab
0-3 Lakh 0%
3-10 Lakh 10%
10-20 Lakh 20%
Above 20 Lakh 30%
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) recommendation
BUDGET 2017-18 – DIGITAL INDIA THRUST
$ 101.9 Bn Estimated E-Commerce Industry Size by 2020
Mobile Devices with internet access will drive online shopping. Upsurge in online orders from Tier 4 towns connected by NOFN
Encourage start ups in the payment space to grow and join in the ecosystem, making it more sustainable
Funds technological development, which holds the key for a sustainable growth of the e-commerce industry
Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) app for cashless payments was launched on 31st Dec 2016 which will be directly connected to users bank account through with Unified Payments Interface (UPI).
AGRICULTURE SECTOR CONSUMPTION SECTOR HOUSING & POWER SECTOR
1. EPC INDUSTRIES
2. PI INDUSTRIES
1. ADITYA BIRLA FASHION
2. EMMBI INDUSTRIES
1. LIC HOUSING FINANCE
4. POWER GRID
BUDGET 2017-18 – Traditional Theme
Agriculture is the primary source of livelihood for about 58 per cent of India’s population GDP of agriculture and allied sectors in India was recorded at US$ 244.74 billion in FY16 According to the advanced estimates of MOSPI, agriculture and allied sector recorded a CAGR rise of 6.64 per cent during FY07-16
BUDGET 2017-18 – ROTI THEME
• PI Industries (PI) focuses on agri-Input, custom synthesis and polymer compounding. PI has a strong product portfolio and exclusive tie-ups with leading agro-chemical, pharmaceutical and fine chemical companies around the world.
We recommend ‘Buy’ with price target of Rs.1080 (27x on FY19E earnings), which implies potential upside of 33%.
• EPC industries (EPC), provide complete solution for agriculture with a focus on Micro-Irrigation System (MIS) and inter-related requirements of fertigation and agronomic support, with current market share of ~5%.
We recommend ‘Buy’ with price target of Rs.200 (17x on FY19E earnings), which implies potential upside of 48%.
Expected Returns 48%
Expected Returns 33%
Consumer durables revenues have been growing at a healthy pace
Around two third of the total revenue is generated from urban population and rest is generated from rural population. In 2016, revenue from consumer durables sector in India stood at US$ 12.5 billion. Consumer durable market expected to grow at CAGR of 13 per cent from FY05 to FY20.
BUDGET 2017-18 – KAPADA THEME
• Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail (ABFRL)—formed by merger of Madura and Pantaloons Fashion & Retail (Pantaloons)—is India’s largest branded apparels player with retail space of 5.5 million sq ft.
We recommend ‘Buy’ with price target of Rs.210.4 (2.0x on FY19E Sales), which implies potential upside of 62%.
• Emmbi is a technical textile unit based out of Maharashtra, manufacturing synthetic packaging, flexible water tanks and agri products.
We recommend ‘Buy’ with price target of Rs.169.3 (12x on FY19E earnings), which implies potential upside of 46%.
Expected Returns 46%
Expected Returns 62%
For a large part of the Indian populace, an owned home is a distant dream.
Some estimates claim a demand of 22 million houses and growing.
The affordable housing segment (less than Rupees 50 lacs) comprising the bulk of this market is expected to get a huge boost especially the housing finance companies
BUDGET 2017-18 – MAKAN THEME
• National Building corporation Ltd (NBCC) business verticals includes: Project management consultancy (PMC), Engineering Procurement & construction (EPC) and Real estate business.
We recommend ‘Buy’ with price target of Rs.336 (30x on FY19E earnings), which implies potential upside of 47%.
• LIC Housing Finance (LICHF) provides loans for homes, construction activities, and corporate housing schemes. ~97% of the company’s loans are to retail customers and the balance ~3% to project developers. LICHF has loan outstanding of Rs.131096 crores as at September, 2016.
We recommend ‘Buy’ with price target of Rs.761.3 (2.5x on FY19E Price to Book), which implies potential upside of 39%.
Expected Returns 39%
Expected Returns 47%
• The initiative encourages foreign companies/investors for building equipment as well as setting up new utilities and run them.
• Announcement of New Renewable Energy Policy
• Implementation of Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY) and Integrated Power Development Scheme for rural and urban areas respectively
• Implementation of Ujwal DISCOM Assurance Yojana (UDAY) - Launched to provide financial turnaround for the state-owned power distribution companies (DISCOMs)
BUDGET 2017-18 – MAKAN THEME
POWER FOR ALL
• NTPC LTD (NTPC) is the largest power generator in India with Installed capacity stands at 48GW and contribute ~25% of generation of the electricity in India.
We recommend ‘Buy’ with price target of Rs.245 (2.0x on FY19E Price to book), which implies potential upside of 53%.
• Power Grid corporation of India (PGC) is a central transmission utility (CTU) with a mini- navratna status, which owns and operates most of India's interstate and inter-regional power transmission system.
We recommend ‘Buy’ with price target of Rs.236.3 (2.0x on FY19E Price to book), which implies potential upside of 31%.
Expected Returns 53%
Expected Returns 31%
Source: Railway Budget 2015-16 and 2016-17, Ministry of Railways, TechSci Research Note: Other Coaching includes service coaches such as pantry cars, parcen vans, mail cans etc
The sector allows for 100% FDI under the automatic route in the following areas:
• Construction, Operation and Maintenance of Suburban Corridor
• High-speed Train Projects
• Dedicated Freight Lines
• Railway Electrification and Signalling Systems
• Freight and Passenger T