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Citi maintains James Hardie at buy, expects majority of fiscal 2023 growth to be driven more by bottom-up initiatives than macroeconomic backdrop; rising input costs less of a concern as company shows willingness to implement out-of-cycle price rises

RBC Capital reiterates James Hardie's outperform rating and AU$60 target, noting fiscal adjusted EBIT somewhat below forecast, but continuing to see plenty of running room for growth as company executes on US$1.6B-US$1.8B four-year plan to grow capacity

Ord Minnett upgrades James Hardie to buy from accumulate, noting fiscal Q4 underlying profit beat forecast, but 2023 will see a volatile path for margins; analyst continues to see longer-term value, double-digit earnings growth over next two years

Morgan Stanley upgrades James Hardie to overweight from equal weight but lowers target AU$6 to AU$51, noting in-line fiscal 2022 adjusted profit; margins were a beat for North America fiber cement division, but softer than expected for Asia-Pacific region

UBS maintains James Hardie at buy, noting US building products demand shows no sign of waning, and company's new R&R focus should offer more stability than new construction; Europe demand expected to struggle but opportunity to grow market share is strong

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