Cairn Energy wins $1.2bn case against India in tax arbitration case

  • London listed Cairn Energy Energy announced its victory in an international arbitration case against the Indian government over a tax dispute that had caused concern among investors over retrospective tax claims on companies
  • The tribunal ruled unanimously that India had breached its obligations to Cairn Energy under the U.K.-India Bilateral Investment Treaty and awarded Cairn Energy damages of $1.2bn plus interest and costs
  • For India, this is the second setback after losing another international arbitration case in September against Vodafone over a $2bn retrospective tax dispute

    Expectations Cairn Energy Energy

    Over the current book year the total revenue will be 367 million GBp (consensus estimates). This is rather significant lower than 2019's revenue of 533,4 million GBp.

    Historical revenues and results Cairn Energy Energy plus estimates 2020

    fundamantele data

    The analysts expect for 2020 a net loss of 79 million GBp. According to most of the analysts the company will have a loss per share for this book year of 20 GBp. Based on this the price/earnings-ratio is -10,65.

    Despite the expected loss the company will probably pay a dividend. Per share the analysts expect a dividend of 5 GBp per share. The dividend yield is then 2,35 percent. The average dividend yield of the oil & gas producers is a poor 0,42 percent.

    Most recent target prices around 223 GBp

    The most recent recommendations for the oil & gas producer are from Stifel, Barclays and JP Morgan.

    Based on the current number of shares Cairn Energy Energy's market capitalization equals 125,56 billion GBp. The Cairn Energy Energy stock was the past 12 months quite volatile. Since last December the stock is 3 percent higher. This year the stock price moved between 57 and 240 GBp.

    Historical stock prices Cairn Energy Energy

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    Click here for dividend Cairn Energy. On Thursday the stock closed at 213 GBp. Nieuwsdienst: +31 084-0032-842

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