The inventory quoted 52-week excessive and 52-week low at Rs 298.0 and Rs 92.3 respectively.
As per BSE knowledge, the shares stood at 10:35 am with a turnover of Rs 48.97 crore over-the-counter as of 10:35 AM (IST).
BSE knowledge exhibits that on the present worth, the corporate’s shares are buying and selling at 49.5 instances its 12-month EPS of Rs 5.11 per share and 1.58 instances the price-to-book worth.
A excessive P/E ratio signifies that traders are prepared to pay a better share worth immediately due to expectations for future development. Worth-to-book worth signifies the underlying worth of an organization and is a measure of the worth that traders are prepared to pay even when there isn’t a development within the enterprise.
The inventory’s beta worth, which measures its volatility in relation to the broader market, stood at 1.73.
Promoters held 46.86 per cent stake within the firm as on 31-March-2022, whereas FIIs held 10.82 per cent and DIIs held 15.88 per cent.