News Corp: Near 52-Week Low Again Despite Solid FY22

Sep. 26, 2022 5:29 PM ETNews Corporation (NWS), NWSA
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  • News Corp shares are again near their 52-week low and down 37% in the past year, with Class A shares trading at 12.5x FY22 EPS.
  • Operational performance has continued to be solid, with Q4 providing a mostly strong finish to FY22, despite investor macro concerns.
  • We continue to expect EBIT to grow at mid-to-high single-digits, led by high-quality assets in Dow Jones and Digital Real Estate Services.
  • News Corp's 61% stake in REA is still worth 70% of its market capitalization, leaving a 20%+ Free Cash Flow Yield for the rest.
  • We believe investors can expect a 20-30% upside, either by going long News Corp or a pair trade of long News Corp, short REA.
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Kevin Hagen


We review our Buy rating on News Corp (NASDAQ:NWSA) after shares are again near their 52-week low.

We initiated our Buy rating on News Corp in early July. Since then Class A shares (which we preferred) are down 2%, taking them back to

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