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UPDATE: BofA Securities Downgrades DXC Technology (DXC) to Underperform Expecting Break-Even to be Pushed Out

March 9, 2022 6:03 AM EST
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(Updated - March 9, 2022 7:56 AM EST)

BofA Securities analyst Jason Kupferberg downgraded DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) from Buy to Underperform with a price target of $30.00 (from $45.00) over concerns that breakeven revenue growth is likely to be delayed. BofA is modeling break-even organic revenue growth for the 9/22 quarter but recent macro developments could cause this to take longer and inhibit multiple expansion.

The analyst stated "In our view, DXC faces a potentially daunting challenge of managing its delicate company-specific turnaround (which has shown nice signs of progress) amid a macro backdrop that has quickly turned less favorable. In F21, DXC earned 45% of revs from Europe, some which was inherited when DXC bought Russia-based Luxoft in June 2019. On 3/4/22, DXC announced plans to exit the Russian market, where it has ~4,000 employees (mostly serving Russian clients), representing <1% of total revs. In addition, we believe DXC employs 4,000 people in Ukraine, supporting about $250M in revenues, or 1.5% of total. Depending on the pace and path of the Russia/Ukraine conflict, it is plausible that European enterprise spending on IT services could slow down, at least temporarily."

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Shares of DXC Technology closed at $30.86 yesterday.


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