The New York Times Company (NYT)

Discount cash flow analysis

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How does this work?

This is an interactive analyst report for The New York Times Company, based on a discounted cash flow valuation approach.

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Values in $ millions
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What will the revenues be in the future?

Growth beyond year three is driven by the terminal growth rate.

Price history

Sensitivity matrix

   
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Discount Rate %
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  -1% $7.79 $7.66 $7.54
Terminal Growth% 0 $7.79 $7.66 $7.54
  +1% $7.79 $7.66 $7.54

How does a change in discount rate or terminal growth affect valuation?

This table shows the sensitivity of the valuation to two key variables - the discount rate and the terminal growth rate

Valuations and comments

  • Valuecruncher created a new valuation of $234.97 (undervalued by 1811.88%) - 12 months ago
  • SethWellbourne created a new valuation of $3.16 (overvalued by 45.98%) - over 8 years ago
  • althecat created a new valuation of $2.61 (overvalued by 61.1%) - over 8 years ago
  • SethWellbourne created a new valuation of $4.15 (overvalued by 10.17%) - over 8 years ago
  • GordonGekko created a new valuation of $4.27 (undervalued by 4.91%) - over 8 years ago
  • TheCrunchBlog created a new valuation of $7.66 (overvalued by 19.79%) - almost 9 years ago
  • GordonGekko created a new valuation of $13.48 (overvalued by 1.17%) - 9 years ago

Comments

Running The Numbers - intrinstic value of the NYT ($NYT)

This valuation is part of this blog post:

http://blog.valuecruncher.com/2008/10/running-the-numbers-intrinstic-value-of-the-nyt-nyt/

Assumptions

Revenue: Reuters aggregates six analysts covering $NYT and these produce mean estimates of 2008 and 2009 revenues of US$2.99 billion and US$2.92 billion respectively. For our analysis we have used US$2.975 billion in 2008, US$2.835 billion in 2009 and US$2.725 billion in 2010.

Profitability: We have used an EBITDA margin of 14.0% flat to 2010.

Capital Expenditure: We have assumed capital expenditures of US$150.0 million in 2008 then US$75.0 million in 2009 and 2010. We have then assumed US$150 million per annum moving forward.

Discount Rate: 8.0%.

Terminal Growth Rate: 0%. We have assumed zero growth moving forward. If we factor in any growth at all this positively impacts the valuation.

Our analysis incorporates the cash and debt the $NYT balance sheet – Valuecruncher calculates a net debt number.

By TheCrunchBlog, almost 9 years ago

The boring details

All amounts in millions Figures
Enterprise Value: 2,750
Net Debt (Long-term borrowings less cash): 983
Equity Value: 1,373
Number of Shares Outstanding: 143,000,000
Calculated value per share: $7.66

Enterprise Value is the present value of the post-tax cash flows for a business into the future.


Calcuation of EV

Where:

  • C1, C2, C3 - the cash flow in period 1, 2, 3, ...
  • r - the discount rate

To capture the cash flows into the future a terminal value is calculated via a perpetuity calculation -
based on the final years forecast post-tax free cash flow.


Perpetuity

Where:

  • Cn - the cash flow in the final forecast period.
  • LTG - the long-term growth rate
  • r - the discount rate
  • g - the terminal growth rate

The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) is used to determine the equity component in the discount rate.


CAPM model

Where:

  • rt - the risk free rate
  • t - the tax rate
  • B - the beta of the company
  • MRP - the Market Risk Premium

Valuecruncher uses an estimate of Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) to determine the discount rate in the calculation.