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RATING

RECOMMENDATION

Strong Sell

Business Type

Dominant Leader

  • OYO Growth

Get info on OYO Unlisted Shares before buying, selling and investing - Read our Research report on OYO Peer Comparison & Information like - Revenue Growth, EPS Growth, & OYO Profitablity Ratios.

OYO Revenue Growth

Growth in %

  • -69.01%

    1 Year

  • -20.14%

    2 Year

  • 41.56%

    3 Year

In FY 2021,the company's revenue decreased by 70% year over year (y-o-y).The COVID-19 epidemic has had a disproportionately negative impact on travel and tourism, as the government has imposed travel restrictions and people have been hesitant to travel despite these limitations. The COVID-19 epidemic impacted the financial results for the fourth quarter of FY20 and the entire year of FY21. During FY21, revenue from customer contracts and GBV (net of discounts and loyalty charges) both decreased by 69.9% and 66.9%, respectively. However, demand has begun to recover, and the government has also granted tax relief, so we should see an increase in demand in the next years. After the Covid-19 pandemic, health and hygiene are front of mind, thus the company should offer the greatest hygienic facilities to stay ahead of the competition and attract more clients, which will help them increase income.

OYO Net Profit Growth(PAT)

Growth in %

  • NA

    1 Year

  • NA

    2 Year

  • NA

    3 Year

In FY21, the company recorded a share of loss in joint venture of ₹254.94 Cr. up from ₹91.51 Cr. in FY20, owing to losses experienced by one of its joint ventures that operates hotels. Because of lower operational expenses, other expenses, employee benefits expenses, and depreciation and amortization expenses, the company's overall expense reduced by 70% y-o-y in FY21. As a result of the aforementioned variables, their restated loss decreased by 69.9% to ₹3,943 Cr. in FY21, compared to ₹13,122.77 Cr. in FY20.

OYO EPS Growth

Growth in %

  • NA

    1 Year

  • NA

    2 Year

  • NA

    3 Year

  • OYO Book Value Growth

Growth in %

  • -39.28%

    1 Year

  • -5.35%

    2 Year

The company's equity has declined since the company's restated loss has grown under retained earnings, hurting the company's total equity, which has decreased 57% y-o-y in FY21. This situation has manifested itself in the decrease in book value.

OYO EBITDA Growth

Growth in %

  • NA

    1 Year

  • NA

    2 Year

  • NA

    3 Year

In FY21, the company's EBIDTA fell by 69 % y-o-y. In FY 2021, the company has recorded loss of 1,827 Cr. in EBITDA, compared to 5,918 Cr. in FY20. Because of lower operational expenses, other expenses, employee benefits expenses, and depreciation and amortization expenses, the company's overall expense reduced by 70% y-o-y in FY21.

OYO Operating Profit Growth

Growth in %

  • NA

    1 Year

  • NA

    2 Year

  • NA

    3 Year

The net operating loss of the company has improved in FY21 of ₹2,219 Cr. compared to ₹8646 Cr. in FY20 because depreciation and amortization expenses decreased by 85.6% y-o-y to ₹391.80 Cr. in FY21 from ₹2,728.16 Cr in FY20 primarily due to a decrease in depreciation of right of use assets as a result of a significant reduction in the number of patron contracts with monthly minimum guarantee payments from us, a reduction in our leased office premises, and a decrease in depreciation of property, plant, and equipment as a result of the streamlining of operations in the company's self-operated co-working and co-living spaces businesses due to lower demand in FY20

OYO Asset Growth

Growth in %

  • -37.98%

    1 Year

  • -13.67%

    2 Year

  • 70.75%

    3 Year

In the last four financial years, the company's total asset has expanded by 71% y-o-y (FY18 to FY21). The company has made some acquisitions in recent years, which is wonderful, but long-term investments and current assets have declined. In the last four financial years, the company's overall goodwill has climbed by more than 539% y-o-y.

OYO Cash Flow from Operations

Growth in %

  • NA

    1 Year

  • NA

    2 Year

  • NA

    3 Year

Negative cash flows were observed in FY21, primarily due to operating losses and increased working capital requirements, which were primarily attributable to a decrease in trade payables of ₹1,391Cr, a decrease in other non-financial liabilities of ₹ 85.51Cr, and a decrease in other financial liabilities of ₹65.61Cr, which were partially offset by a decrease in trade receivables of ₹441.72 Cr, a decrease in other non-financial assets of ₹352.35 Cr.

  • OYO Solvency Ratios

OYO D/E Ratio

The company's debt-to-equity ratio has grown. The business's restated loss grew under retained earnings, affecting total equity, which fell 57% y-o-y in FY21. The company also paid a cumulative dividend on preference shares. The company's overall debt has dropped, but the D/E ratio has grown due to a decrease in equity.

OYO Current Ratio

In FY21, the company's current ratio improved. The company's current liabilities reduced 10% y-o-y in FY, while trade payables and the current portion of the lease decreased 54% y-o-y and 76% y-o-y in FY21 respectively.

OYO Quick Ratio

OYO Interest Coverage Ratio

The company's interest coverage ratio has improved since last year, but it is still negative, which is not a good indicator. Interest on borrowings increased dramatically in FY20, from Rs.9.269 Cr. in FY19 to Rs 267.53 Cr. in FY20.OYO Midmarket Investment LLP took a term loan of Rs150 Mn from Blacksoil Capital Private Limited in FY19, while OYO Hospitality UK Limited took a term loan of $343.27Mn. from Greensills Capital(UK) Limited in FY21. The company's ratio was impacted by these long-term loans.

  • OYO Operating Efficiency

The operating ratios of the company are in negative which is not good for the company, The COVID-19 pandemic has adversely impacted, travel and tourism have been disproportionately affected, as governments have implemented travel restrictions and as people have become reluctant to travel irrespective of such restrictions. The financial results for the last quarter of FY20 and the whole of FY21 were materially and adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The  revenue from contracts with customers declined by 69.9% from ₹13,168.15 Cr in FY20 to ₹3,961.64Cr in FY 2021.

OYO Operating Profit EBIT Margin(OPM)

EBIT margin of  the company improved compared to FY20, but its negative which is not good .The revenue of the company decreased as the operations are closed for longer duration, and amortization expenses decreased by 85.6% y-o-y due to a decrease in depreciation of right of use assets as a result of a significant decrease in the number of patron contracts with monthly minimum guarantee payments from company, reduction in our leased office premises and a decrease in the depreciation of property, plant and equipment.

OYO Profit Before Tax Margin (PBT Margin)

OYO Profit After Tax Margin (PAT Margin)

  • OYO Profitablity Ratio

OYO Return on Equity(RoE)

Although the company's ROE has improved during the year, it remains negative. The company's equity has reduced because under retained earnings, the company's restated loss has increased, affecting the company's total equity, which has decreased 57% y-o-y in FY21. The company's net income dropped as a result of the covid-19 pandemic's negative impact.

OYO Return on Capital Employed(RoCE)

OYO Return to Assets (RoA)

The company's ROA increased to roughly 63% y-o-y in FY21, although it is still negative. In FY20 and FY21, the corporation made no significant long-term or short-term investments. The company's cash equivalent, on the other hand, has decreased by about 39% y-o-y in FY21 as a result of undrawn committed borrowing facilities (INR 903.32 Cr in FY21 and INR 904.42 Cr in FY20). On the other hand, the holding company has a lien of INR 5.156Cr. (31 March 2020: INR 4.88 Cr, 31 March 2019: INR 4.57Cr.) for bank guarantees given to SREI Equipment Finance Limited and SBI credit cards, and INR0.09 Cr (31 March 2020: INR 0.013 Cr, 31 March 2019: INR0.083 Cr) for bank guarantees given to Government authorities.

  • OYO Valuation Ratios

OYO Earning Yield