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Why the share price of a2 Milk Business (ASX:A2M) crashed today by 26%

The stock price of A2 Milk Company Ltd (ASX: A2M) came back from the trading stop and sunk on Friday.

At night, the baby formula and fresh milk shares fell by 26 percent to $9.82. On the afternoon.

Why does the price of a2 dairy share fall lower?

Investors sold the company shares for the first half and full year of the FY 2021 this afternoon, following the publication of a guidance update.

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The release indicates that the company encountered a more severe and prolonged disturbance than anticipated on the Daigou canal. Since the channel accounts for a very high share of its sales of child nutrition in its ANZ business, its sales were adversely affected.

Moreover, although the daigou disturbance initially affected the most sales of infant nutrition, the organization has now shown that sales in other segments of nutrition have also been affected.

This has contributed to a recovery in recent weeks that is slower than expected and in FY 2021 a 2 milk is below its guideline.

"The Daigou and the CBEC channels for the remainder of the FY21 have significantly lower internal sales forecast." It commented.

What about other segments of the company?

This is a sector where its China label company continues to operate well. In China Mother and Baby Store (MBS), sales have been very high and their market share continues to increase.

The company plans to increase MBS sales by 40% over the previous period and its market share will rise to 2.3% at the end of October.

Moreover its liquid dairy activities in Australia and the USA have produced a strong result over the first year. In comparison to the same period last year, both companies showed strong first half growth.

Guidelines for FY 2021.

A2 Milk now plans to record a first half of the earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and depreciation (EBITDA) of NZ$ 670 million, with a 27 per cent margin. This contrasts NZ$725 million to NZ$775 million from its preceding guidance.

Revenues of NZ $1.4 billion to NZ $1.55 billion are forecast for the full year with a 26% to 29% EBITDA margin. In contrast, the previous guideline for the year was NZ$1.8 billion to NZ$1.9 billion with an EBITDA 31 percent margin.

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