The factors in favour of a rise in the Safran share price:
First of all, we can of course recall here that the Safran group benefits from a very strong market presence and an advantageous positioning due to the fact that it was created by the merger of the Snecma group and the Sagem group in 2005. As a result, Safran has become the world leader in civil aircraft engines, helicopter turbines and flight controls, power transmission, aircraft engine nacelles and is also the second largest supplier of space engines. Safran is also currently the world's fourth largest supplier of military aircraft engines.
One of the many advantages of this group is that its activities are divided into several segments and divisions. These include the aerospace propulsion segment, the aircraft equipment segment, the defense segment and the security segment. Separating these activities into several categories offers Safran greater protection against the risk associated with a single business segment by multiplying its sources of revenue.
Another positive aspect of this stock is that the Safran group communicates clearly and transparently about its growth strategies. The frequent press releases issued by the group's management make it easier for traders to analyse the economic and financial outlook.
Of course, as you have seen from the above, the very strong and well thought-out partnerships that the group has set up in the past are also a major asset for the future of this company.
This order book is also a rather positive argument in the analysis of the Safran group's strengths. It has been beating records for several years, and offers excellent visibility on future results, especially in the civil engine aftermarket.
Safran also benefits from a very interesting source of income through its numerous patents. Although these patents have required a great deal of investment in research and development in the past, they are now bearing fruit, providing additional benefits for the group.
Finally, Safran shareholders are also reassured by the fact that Safran has a payout ratio of around 40%.