Impotentie brengt een constant ongemak met zich mee, net als fysieke en psychologische problemen in uw leven cialis kopen terwijl generieke medicijnen al bewezen en geperfectioneerd zijn
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Rising margin pressure
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Although the revenues of Krka remain relatively resilient to the economic crisis, to reflect higher-than-
expected margin pressure in CEE and CIS, we have revised downwards our earnings forecasts and
valuation for the company. We continue to forecast write-offs of € 10.9m on overdue trade receivables
in CIS in 2009 and expect that Krka will need to give further smaller price allowances to CIS
wholesalers. On the back of rising margin pressure, we have lowered our net profit forecast by 2.0% to
€ 231.3m (+48.3% y/y) for 2009, 4.2% to € 219.8m (-5.0% y/y) for 2010 and 4.8% to € 233.0m (+6.0% y/y)
for 2011. Factoring in a marginally lower risk-free rate, our fair value estimate has edged down 5.2% to
€ 97.4 per share, although this still implies 36.9% upside. We maintain our Buy rating on Krka, which
remains our top pick in the CEE pharma sector.
Buy rating maintained
• New product launches boost sales:
Krka recently obtained marketing registration from the European
Medicines Agency (EMEA) for its generic version of Plavix (clopidogrel), Viagra (sildenafil), an Alzheimer drug (rivastigmine) and Novonorm (repaglinide). The company also won lawsuits recently that lifted the ‘temporary ban’ on sales of several of Krka’s high potential generic drugs containing the active ingredients valsartan and montekulast. We estimate these new drugs could add € 20m to Krka’s top line in 2009 and € 30m in 2010.
• Pessimistic consensus forecast:
Our 2009 net profit estimate is 36% above the consensus as we expect
reversal of earlier created provisions. In May the European Patent Office ruled that Krka had not infringed the patent on atorvastatin (active ingredient in Lipitor, Pfizer’s blockbuster anti-cholesterol drug). Thus by the end of 2009 we expect Krka to reverse the € 69.3m provision created for this issue. The release of this provision is the key reason for the € 70m difference between the consensus and our own EBIT estimate for 2009.
• European Commission’s investigation poses a risk:
The EU has started an investigation into the potential
collaboration of Servier, Krka and three other generic pharma companies in hindering the generic entry of perindopril into the EU. Although Krka is confident that the claim is unfounded, in a worst-case scenario we believe the fine could amount to several million euros.
• Our top pick among CEE pharmas:
On a 2010F P/E of 10.9x, Krka trades at a 3% discount to CEE peers.
However, we believe a premium is warranted by Krka’s safe business model, deep generic pipeline and the management’s sound track record. Our fair value implies a 2009F P/E of 15.0x, or a 40% premium to our estimated fair P/E for the sector. The highly attractive valuation of Krka makes it the top pick in our CEE pharma universe.
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