Baby Bunting Share Price Up on FY20 Results (ASX:BBN)

The share price of Baby Bunting Group Ltd [ASX:BBN] is up 6.98% to $3.37 at time of writing, on the back of a FY20 results update.

Here are the highlights from that announcement:

  • Pro forma EBITDA up 22–25%, to between $33–34 million
  • Pro forma NPAT up between 29–35% to between $18.5–$19.5 million
  • Statutory NPAT of $9.5 million to $10.5 million

These are solid results given the tough trading conditions stemming from the pandemic.

It also shows the company is finding efficiencies as they grow their revenue.

BBN also pays a dividend which means it is an intriguing long-term proposition.

We take a quick look at what the future holds for BBN.

BBN share price chart

You can see the BBN share price bounced strongly from the March market lows:

ASX BBN Share Price Chart - Baby Bunting


It’s currently sitting just below potential resistance at the $3.60 mark.

Since a run-up in May it’s threatening to break out of a range which was established over the last two months of trading.

With a market cap of just over $400 million and total sales of $405 million, it’s trading at a price-to-sales ratio of about 1.

Not bad for a company that is growing market share.

The dividend yield stands at 2.92%.

In addition to solid growth and a decent dividend, BBN has no debt and $13 million of cash in the bank.

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Outlook for BBN Shares

Although they are profitable, have a dividend and are growing revenue, they could be perceived as a bit light for cash relative to their market cap.

A capital raise is not out of the question for BBN in the coming quarters as they look to expand further.

Long term, the Aussie birth rate stands at about 1.7.

So there could be a potential cap on how much they can grow if they don’t expand to new markets.

That’s a long way down the track though.

For now, BBN investors are likely pleased with today’s results and curious as to how the company will go about expanding.


Lachlann Tierney

For The Rum Rebellion

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Lachlann Tierney is a writer for The Rum Rebellion and has been investing for nearly a decade. With a Masters of Science from the London School of Economics, he brings a sound understanding of global markets to his writing. Lachlann is interested in emerging technologies, energy solutions and helping people invest their money wisely. 

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