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Phew…The Government Is
Taking Steps, Finally!
F
irst and foremost, with utmost grief I would like to inform you the tremendous
loss not only to me but the entire investment community with the passing away of
Mr. V B Padode, the founder of DSIJ group and my father. Mr. Padode has always
been passionate about researching stocks and sharing the information with the
investor community at large. Fortunately, we at DSIJ, have had the opportunity to
groom ourselves under his expertise for many years to absorb his know-how, technique and
passion to be able to expand on his vision further. In commemoration of his wonderful
journey, we are running a special story about him in this edition. A special thanks to all the
business stalwarts and industry leaders who came in hordes to pay their tributes to this legend.
We have captured many of these tributes as part of our special story.

Also, we would like to take this opportunity to share our condolences to Mr. Arun Jaitley who
stood solid in his support to the mission of Shri Narendra Modi during his first term. May
their souls rest in peace.

Back to the market. On Friday, August 23, the government seems to have finally relented to the
demands of the industry that was wrecked by myriad woes. While the rollback of surcharge on
FPIs and other measures are helping the current market stability, the more important point
that has relieved us is the *concern* and *intent* that the government has expressed. This, we
believe, is more important than the current sops being rolled out. People were beginning to
believe that the current government had somehow got into socialistic mode and had begun to
abhor the word ‘profit’. Hence, policies were being rolled out to penalize people who were
making money. Now, the investors can breathe in peace in the belief that ‘Happy Days’ are
going to be here again.

Yes, the raging trade war between the US and China has become a big event affecting the
course of the market. However, again, one thing we should note is that Donald Trump,though
appearing to be indifferent, is actually an unpredictable person who swiftly alters/rolls back
policies if he finds them not helping the US economy. At the end of the day, he will not let the
US economy slip or get into recession,at least until he gets re-elected as the President for the
second term.

In our last two issues, we have emphasized the need for investor to ‘Keep The Faith’. We
continue to stand by the same as a lot of pain has passed and we are getting closer to happier
days ahead. Continue to keep increasing the equity component in your investment portfolio as
the risk-reward trade-off is going to be in your favour.

Would like to end my first editorial, quoting Mr. V B Padode’s last prediction that the Sensex
will be at 41500 by March 2020.

RAJESH V PADODE
Managing Director & Editor

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Tribute to
Shri Vijaysingh B Padode
T
here are very rare instances Shri Padode was a team leader par excellence. He inducted, nurtured and retained the
of men daring to chuck their best of talents in his leadership team and provided all the guidance necessary to the
cushy jobs to take a plunge team members to help them excel in their duties and responsibilities. He gave the
into the uncharted waters of team leaders the necessary freedom to pick the stock recommendations based on
publishing a pamphlet on rigorous fundamental and technical analysis. This earned the DSIJ magazine the
the stock market. Shri VijaysinghPadode credibility and confidence of the investors.
was one such adventurer who dared to
do the unthinkable, much against the
advice of his well-wishers. In 1986, Shri
Padode kicked his well-paying job as an
Nandan Nilekani
Co-Founder & Non-Executive Chairman, Infosys Ltd
Income Tax Officer at the age of 50 years
to start an 8-page cyclostyled newsletter I am deeply saddened to hear about the untimely demise of Mr V. Padode.
named Dalal Street Weekly. The weekly He was a pioneer in business journalism in India. Dalal Street Investment
soon became a rage on Dalal Street due Journal chronicled the market economy that emerged after the 1991
to its uncanny and insightful takes on the economic reforms. Beyond his path-breaking work in the area of investments,
stock market and its profitable MrPadode was also an eminent educationist with the IFIM Business School
recommendations of stocks. It was as if and Vijay Bhoomi University. His demise is a big loss for us.
D-Street was waiting for such a
publication. From such humble
beginnings, the weekly later became the
fortnightly Dalal Street Investment Deepak Parekh,
Journal (DSIJ) and went on to become Chairman – HDFC Limited
India’s no. 1 stock market magazine over Generations of Indian investors will always stay beholden to Vijaysingh
the years. In fact, the launch of DSIJ Padode. His greatest legacy was his single-minded focus of helping the
practically started the equity research common man create wealth through the capital markets. At a time when there
cult in India. was little understanding of how capital markets worked and even lesser information
available, the Dalal Street Investment Journal was the most sought after magazine.
So what made Shri V B Padode a Reliability and trust became his hallmark. He understood that small investors were
successful self-made entrepreneur? The putting their hard-earned money into the markets. Even as times changed, he was
qualities that defined Shri Padode were never one to rest on his past laurels. It was remarkable to see how tirelessly he
the secret of his runaway success. First, worked to set up various education institutions. For Dalal Street, he will
he was a risk-taker beyond compare, but always be remembered as an icon for truly democratising information.
he was not a reckless gambler. The stock
market being a risky place, he took
calculated risks and made sure that his
readers also took calculated risks if they
acted upon the recommendations given
Suresh Prabhu
Prime Minister’s Sherpa to G20/G7
in DSIJ
I feel deeply sad to learn about the untimely demise of Shri Vijaysingh B.
Padode, founder of Dalal Street Investment Journal (DSIJ), the Institute of
Finance and International Management (IFIM) Business School and the
Vijay Bhoomi University (VBU). Backed by his high educational skills
and sound knowledge of the financial services sector, Shri Padode established and ran
the DSIJ and IFIM Business School with great success.

My interactions with Shri Padode were always very productive and he had the
farsightedness to take forward his goals in the right direction through his active
participation in various forums. Shri Padode was always a big supporter of measures
taken for the economic reforms in the country. His departure has certainly left a huge
void.

My heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members of Shri


Padode to bear this irreparable loss.

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Shri Padode was a forever optimist who for the country, he would applaud the loudest.
always had a positive outlook on the
stock market and the Indian growth Such is the legacy of Shri VijaysinghPadode that we, at DSIJ, have the onerous task to
story. His positive vibes were carry forward…
infectious,which enthused and inspired
the team members.He never gave up on May his soul rest in peace…
his beliefs and convictions, despite all the
trials and tribulations faced by him
during difficult times. His never-say-die
attitude always helped him tide over the
crises.

Not content with just the launch of DSIJ


magazine, Shri Padode decided to
honour the captains of industry by
instituting the first Corporate Excellence
Awards in the country. The awards
became a benchmark of corporate
excellence on various parameters and
incentivized corporate leaders to excel in
their diverse fields of corporate
operations.

Shri Padode was the first to recognize the


need to honour captains of Public Sector
Undertakings (PSUs). He instituted the
PSU Awards to promote and reward Ashishkumar Chauhan
MD & CEO, Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd
professional excellence among the PSUs.
Today, the DSIJ PSU Awards are the Shri Vijaysingh Padode was a pioneer in the field of financial education,
most sought after awards by the leaders financial literacy and financial journalism when these words were not
of PSUs. even discussed in India. He started Dalal Street Journal, fondly known
as DSJ, for providing analytical and timely information to investor
Shri Padode also had a passion for population. I had a fortune to meet him on several occasions. He came out as a
creating corpora+te leaders by imparting humble positive personality with wealth of knowledge and wisdom.
the best of management education in
India. Towards that end, he established In those days, information on companies was difficult to gather and tabulate. His
the Institute of Finance and International simple ways to present information on companies was well appreciated by investor
Management (IFIM) in Bangalore. population that was reflected in the ever-increasing readership of DSJ. He also
Today, IFIM is one among the premier forayed in many other areas like Business TV, IT for financial markets, Web,
management education institutions in Business Education, etc. He was always ahead of his time. Many of these
India. institutions will continue to thrive even after his demise.

In all his endeavours, Shri Padode was I am sure Shri Padode will continue to inspire us in our journey forward.
ably supported and assisted by his three
sons, Pratap, Sanjay and Rajesh. The
dedication and hard work of his sons has
helped the DSIJ Group to achieve the
pinnacle of success over the years. Raghava Rao
Above all, Shri Padode was a staunch CFO, Amazon India
patriot who held the interests of his
country above everything else. For him, VijaysinghPadode-ji stands tall amongst people who shaped the equity
nation came first and last. If the culture in India. He did this by building and growing Dalal Street
government of the day took some policy Journal into a brand synonymous with the capital markets, and
decisions that according to Shri Padode pioneered a publication for mass consumption amongst both amateur and
were inimical to the interests of the professional investors. The Dalal Street publication has stood the test of time and
country, he would mince no words and survived both stock market booms and busts and become a household popular
come down heavily against the name. Padode-ji will be remembered for this seminal contribution to
government. Likewise, if the government stock market literacy while also building a large and successful business
took some measures that were beneficial venture.

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Vikram Limaye
MD & CEO, National Stock Exchange Ltd

Long before the stock market established its relevance in the Indian capital market scenario, Shri V.B. Padode, a civil
servant turned entrepreneur, imagined the requirement of an investment magazine. He founded the DSIJ group to
serve the capital market audience. The capital market will always remember him as a pioneer in the field of research
and analysis oriented financial journalism and publishing.

Our heartfelt condolences to his family.

Pratap Padode
Founder Director, Smart Cities Council India

As the year 1985 was coming to an end, Dad and I were burning the midnight oil to send out a marketing letter to
prospective subscribers promising a bold, incisive, analytical weekly newsletter to guide them on their stock market
investments. On January 11, 1986, the first issue of ‘Dalal Street Weekly’ rolled out from xerox machines and stapled
binding. That issue began with a bang with 1200 subscribers, but the issue which brought it into reckoning was the
February 23, 1986 issue which predicted a crash! Dad and I worked like a team analyzing annual reports and then he would
appreciate my zany headlines: ‘Essar Shipping: Not true not fair!’, ‘Raymond: Dressing people or window dressing?’, ‘Indian
Rayon Bonus: Now or Never’ etc. Those days we did not even think when we need to leave from office. He had an eye for detail,
powerful sense of observation, the mind of an activist, (which came from his years of training as a tax officer) and doggedness.
He was a master negotiator and convinced several to change their line of work and join us at Dalal Street Journal. He was always
a bull and foresaw the oncoming stock market boom. He encouraged me as I would come up with one idea after another:
whether it was the DSJ Corporate Excellence Awards or DSJ Hindi and Gujarati or the series of international seminars that I
commenced under DSJ Class bringing experts like Tom Peters, Al Ries& Jack Trout, John Naisbitt, and many others.
He helped and encouraged me make some impactful covers like Anil Ambani with the fuel hose at a petrol pump when we
covered Reliance Petroleum IPO or when we had the conservative and strict, GV Ramakrishna pose with boxing gloves on his
shoulders. As a team we could do anything. The magazine became a vibrant brand and rose in circulation to
become the first among business magazine to cross a circulation of 1,00,000 ABC certified! He helped me challenge
my limitations and gave me the freedom to fly.
Dad, I miss you…

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Dalveer Bhandari
Judge, International Court of Justice,
The Hague, Netherlands

I came to know Shri Vijay Balchandji Padode sahib personally in 2018 when my son married to Padode sahib’s
granddaughter, Kritika. Each time I met Padode sahib, I met a person with immense warmth and a zeal for life.
His energy was infectious and his passion for knowledge and learning was always apparent. His keen interest
and awareness of politics and the news was admirable.

Padode sahib’s contribution to the financial sector is known to all. In DSIJ, he has left behind a legacy that must be preserved
and cherished by all. Padode sahib was a remarkable person. He touched lives at many points. By training he was an income
tax man, by choice an enlightened political commentator, by temperament a professor and by his noble deeds a true
humanist and a patriot. In each manifestation, he reached the pinnacle.

May we all see his life as an example and learn from everything that he stood for.

Nimesh Kampani Vallabh Bhansali


Founder, J M Financial Ltd
Enam Financial

Mr. V. B. Padode was ahead of his times. He is MrPadode was a dynamic entrepreneur. He
credited for envisaging the need of generating came out of a secure job having caught the fever
corporate information in the country for the from early liberalisation moves. We have come a
economy to grow. He played a key role in disseminating long way today, but it was the contribution of people like
information to the investors via the print medium. He him that pushed the wheel of economic reforms decisively
will always be remembered as one of the persons who forward by educating people about its implications and
started the equity cult in India. May his soul rest in potential rewards. DSJ gave impetus to
eternal peace entrepreneurship movement in India…
MrPadode, RIP.

Rajan Saxena
Vice-Chancellor, NMIMS

On 13th August 2019, a noble soul and a visionary leader Mr. Vijaysingh B. Padode left for his heavenly abode. Mr.
Padode will always be remembered for his contribution to the financial market, particularly when it came to
information dissemination on various asset classes. Dalal Street Investment Journal will always be a living testimony
to the power and vision of one person who saw the future and created source of information and database at a time
when none existed.

My first interaction with him was just when the Journal was started in 1986. The interaction revolved around how the Journal
could be helpful to the management graduates. Another living testimony to his memory is IFIM Business School which was
started in 1995, which is today AACSB accredited and ranked high in India. I remember meeting him again in 2000/2001,
when I was invited by IFIM to deliver the Founder’s Day Address. Every time I interacted with him, I found in him a man with
ideas and an urge to create institutions that would be different from the crowd and make a difference to the life of an average
Indian, be it the investor or the student or the staff that worked in his organizations. The VijayBhoomi University in Karjat will
be yet another contribution of late V. B. Padode.

Mr. Padode was a blessed whose three sons continue the journey which he started in 1986.

We in Higher Education have been blessed to have such a visionary leader.

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Ajit Singh
President, Rashtriya Lok Dal
Mr Vijaysingh Padode was a visionary and a
Vinod Tawde staunch believer that wealth creation should be
Minister for Higher and Technical Education,
Marathi Bhasha, Cultural Affairs, Minorities democratized and every investor, including retail
Development and Wakf and Parliamentary Affairs investors and pensioners, should have access to
information, well before the digital age arrived. In an age
Late Vijaysingh B. Padode was known to me when there was little access to market news, he
since 2016, when he approached to me in the resourcefully used mediums such as print, SMSs to
capacity of Minister for Higher and Technical connect to the investor community and disseminate the
to the Government of Maharashtra for power of knowledge to many. Padodeji was a
establishing a multi-disciplinary Vijaybhoomi University people’s person and will be missed for his insights
in village Jamrung, Taluka Karjat, District Raigadh. I and guidance.
remember that he even presented a book written by him
on Prime Ministers.

As far as I know, he was a great thinker and keen to bring Ramesh Damani
Founder, Ramesh S. Damani Finance Pvt Ltd
changes in society, education system, etc. for the development
of the country. He started Dalal Street Journal (DSJ) at a time Please accept my sincere condolences on the demise
when the country was going through industrial and of your father Mr V. B. Padode. He was the
economic revolution, so as to bring facts and figures to legendary editor and founder of DSIJ. He understood that
promoters and citizens participating in industrialization. He in the new economy, in the new India, information would
also founded Institute of Finance and International be power and always strove to inform investors.
Management (IFIM) in Bangalore and also had a liking for My thoughts are with your family and you.
innovation and adaptation of technology for the mankind.

I personally found him a great human being with devotion


and dedication to the country. He left us on 13th August, Atul Sobti
2019 and will be remembered in times to come for Director General, Standing Conference of Public Enterprises,
his contribution to the country. I pray to Almighty (SCOPE) (Former CMD BHEL)
God for peace to his soul and strength to his A Leader is the one, who knows the way, goes
family for bearing this personal loss. the way and shows the way".......
Respected Mr. V.B. Padode was one such
visionary leader, who was the founder of DSIJ, a
pioneering effort much needed at that time for the
investors and the market. In the late 80s, many of us
Ashok H. Advani including me learnt the basics and intricacies of money
Publisher, Business India markets from DSIJ. Subsequently, his contribution in
I had the pleasure of getting to know Shri. V. B. providing quality education to the society was exemplary
Padode several years ago. I saw at close quarters the and praiseworthy. Such visionary leader can never be
expansion of Dalal Street Journal and the allied forgotten and the WAY shown by him will
publications and services. It was a farsighted move to set up continue to inspire us.
the IFIM Management School. We remained friends,
taking joy in the growth of the other. RIP

Anand Rathi
Founder & Chairman, Anand Rathi Group
I had known Shri Vijaysingh B. Padode after he started the magazine Dalal Street. I would like to compliment him
taking the initiative in starting the magazine for investors and particularly capital market users when it was needed
most. During that time, the capital market was just in the development stage and there was not enough educative
materials available to both investors and corporates. Dalal Street played a very important role in the development of
capital markets in India. The investors indeed will therefore be missing Shri Vijaysingh B. Padode who had taken initiative to help
and guide investors in the market. I would like to extend my Shradhanjali to him and pray to God to impart peace to his soul.

Om Shanti.

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Market Watch The Midcap index was down by
4.31 per cent, while the
Smallcap index was down by
Global Indices Reflect Recession Fears! 4.04 per cent. The Realty index
was down by 7.94 per cent,

G
being the worst performing
lobally the markets are of weeks. The Midcap index was down sectoral index. The banking
facing uncertainties that are by 4.31 per cent, while the Smallcap
propelling investors to take index was down by 4.04 per cent. The sector saw some heavy selling
a cautious stance on the Realty index was down by 7.94 per cent, due to which Bankex was down
markets. The escalation in being the worst performing sectoral
the US–China trade war is impacting the index. The banking sector saw some
by 5.20 per cent. The Metal
global economic growth negatively as heavy selling due to which Bankex was index was down by 4.64 per
expected, even as some of the experts fear down by 5.20 per cent. The Metal index cent, while the FMCG was down
a recession as an outcome of the ongoing was down by 4.64 per cent, while the
trade war. FMCG was down by 3.37 per cent. by 3.37 per cent.
Power index was down by 3.32 per cent.
China was the best performer globally IT index was the best performing Apart from the trade war fears, the global
with the benchmark index rallying up by sectoral index in the past couple of equity sentiment is also negatively
4.42 per cent, followed by Hang Seng weeks. IT index was up by 0.39 per cent. impacted by geopolitical tensions. The
which was up by 0.93 per cent. The US lowering of interest rates globally is not a
markets were under pressure with DJIA The FIIs continued their selling spree in good sign for sustainable economic
slipping by 2.51 per cent and S&P 500 the last couple of weeks. The FIIs were growth. Investors are seen chasing safety
sliding by 2.45 per cent. Nasdaq was net sellers to the tune of Rs 922.38 crore, and the investment demand for gold
down by 2.61 per cent, thus being one of while the DIIs were net buyers to the seems to be on the rise. Gold is up by
the worst performing markets globally in tune of Rs 5855.27 crore. almost 11.67 per cent since the beginning
of the month and is up by almost 2.14 per
cent in the last couple of weeks. Brent
crude oil is down by 2.51 per cent since
the beginning of the month. In the past
couple of weeks, Brent crude oil is down
by 3.78 per cent. DS

9th July 23rd Aug., Gain/Loss


Indices
2019 2019 (%)
Dow Jones Ind 26,287.44 25,628.90 -2.51
S&P 500 2918.65 2847.11 -2.45
NASDAQ 7,959.14 7,751.77 -2.61
FTSE 100 7,253.85 7,094.98 -2.19
DAX 11,693.80 11,611.51 -0.70
CAC 40 5,327.92 5,326.87 -0.02
Hang Seng 25,939.30 26,179.33 0.93
Nikkei 20,684.82 20,710.91 0.13
Shanghai 2,774.75 2,897.43 4.42

Performance Of Indices Net Investment In Equity Markets (`/Cr)


the past couple of weeks. The Europeans 9th Aug., 23rd Aug., Gain/Loss Date FIIs DIIs
markets were relatively less volatile Indices
2019 2019 (%) 23-Aug-19 -1289.92 1548.49
with CAC 40 slipping by 0.02 per cent Sensex 37,581.91 36,701.16 -2.34%
and DAX losing 0.70 per cent. The 22-Aug-19 -1044.33 1719.07
Nifty 11,109.65 10,829.35 -2.52%
FTSE 100 was down by 2.19 per cent, Mid-Cap 13,670.05 13,080.60 -4.31% 21-Aug-19 -408.25 353.97
underperforming its European Small-Cap 12,699.50 12,186.11 -4.04% 20-Aug-19 -265.04 296.41
peers. Auto 16,061.91 15,728.03 -2.08%
19-Aug-19 1318.46 386.23
Bankex 32,114.92 30,444.16 -5.20%
Sensex, in line with the global peers, was FMCG 11,079.77 10,706.36 -3.37% 16-Aug-19 2024.82 1058.28
down by a little over 2 per cent, while IT 15,906.82 15,969.15 0.39% 13-Aug-19 -746.34 201.53
Nifty slipped 2.52 per cent. Once again, Metal 8,898.99 8,485.98 -4.64%
8-Aug-19 -511.78 291.29
the broader markets underperformed the Power 1,924.92 1,861.07 -3.32%
key benchmark indices in the past couple Realty 2049.39 1886.69 -7.94% Total -922.38 5855.27

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recorded in prestige and above category.

In the June quarter, the Central Pollution


RADICO KHAITAN Control Board allowed Radico Khaitan
to restore capacity of its molasses plant

GRAB THIS STOCK FOR A SPIRITED PERFORMANCE from 77 KLD to 200 KLD. CPCB, which
had conducted an inspection of its
molasses plant, found the company
compliant with the additional
HERE IS WHY requirements for its zero liquid discharge
Strengthening Balance Sheet system. Rapid urbanisation, rising
Product portfolio expansion affluence and changing consumption
patterns towards higher quality and
Prices hiked to offset rise in input cost

R
lifestyle products are the key growth
drivers for the growth in the Indian
adico Khaitan Ltd. (RKL) is a consumer market. India has a young
manufacturer of Indian Made demographic profile with a median age
Foreign Liquor (IMFL) in of 28 years and around 67% of the
India. It developed its entire population is within the legal drinking
brand portfolio organically. age. These two demographic indicators
RKL is one of the largest providers of represent significant growth
branded IMFL to the Canteen Stores opportunities.
Department, which has significant
business barriers to entry. Currently, it The company is continuously
Best of LAST ONE Year
exports its products to over 85 countries. deleveraging its balance sheet and it is
Name of Reco Exit/CMP Absolute Annual
The company has a total capacity of over Company Price Price (`) Gains Returns expected that it will be completely
157 mn litres and operates 28 bottling (`) (%) (%) debt-free in the coming one-and-half
units. The company's brand portfolio Balkrishna Ind. 1079.8 1317.85 22.05 417.79 years. RKL is also planning to launch
includes After Dark whisky, Contessa Tata Metaliks 667.8 826.2 37.93 89.89 two new premium brands. IMFL holds
rum, Magic Moments vodka, Morpheus Colgate-Palmolive (I) 1051.65 1231 17.5 77.78 80 per cent share in the revenue of
brandy, Old Admiral brandy and 8 PM PFC 122.6 147.6 20.39 64.96 RKL and it is trying to increase that
whisky. The company operates its Symphony 1429.8 1672 16.94 64.19 share. Only 4.55 per cent of promoters'
business in two categories, ‘prestige & holding was pledged because of some
above’ and ‘regular & others’. increased input costs. The introduction business purpose. The demand prospects
of ethanol blending policy led to increase seem exciting from a long term
On a consolidated basis, the total income in prices of extra neutral alcohol (ENA) perspective. The management of RKL is
from operations rose by 26.55 per cent to by 15 per cent and increased prices of confident that the takeover of retail
`2677.07 crore in Q1FY20 from glass bottles led to expansion of input liquor business by Andhra Pradesh
`2115.28 crore in Q1FY19. The EBITDA cost. Net profit climbed 12.6 per cent to government will not impact the financial
grew by 9.3 per cent to `98.94 crore in `294.59 crore in Q1FY20 from `261.6 numbers of RKL. The strategy of
Q1FY20 from `90.56 crore in Q1FY19. crore in Q1FY19 due to volume growth portfolio expansion and more focus on
EBITDA margin stood at 15.9 per cent in as well as price hikes in Rajasthan, premium segment will help RKL to
June quarter of FY20 as against 17.5 per Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. RKL improve its earnings. By virtue of these
cent in the same quarter of FY19. recorded total volume growth of 12 per factors, we recommend our reader-
Pressure on margin is observed due to cent and 16 per cent volume growth was investors to BUY this stock. DS

Note: The stocks recommended under this section are fundamentally strong stocks. However investors are advised to wait for the correct opportunity
to enter these stocks considering the market sentiment right now.
CMP
Monthly Stock Market Returns Shareholding Pattern Last Five Quarters (`/Cr) (Standlone)
20.00% (`)
15.00% as of June 2019 Jun-19 Mar-19 Dec-18 Sep-18 Jun-18
10.00%
Total Income 2677.08 1978.26 2058.37 1906.10 2115.28
5.00%
Promoters 44.35
0.00% Other Income 3.32 3.59 2.75 4.21 2.73
Feb-19

Apr-19
Sep-18

Sep-19
Nov-18

Dec-18

Jun-19

Jul-19
Mar-19
Oct-18
Aug-18

Aug-19
Jan-19

May-19

-5.00%
-10.00% Public 59.65 Operating Profit 102.57 75.25 98.56 95.90 93.92
-15.00%
BSE Code: 532497 Interest 7.38 7.73 7.64 9.16 10.96
-20.00%
Others --
-25.00% CMP: `305.05 FV: `2 Net Profit 54.77 39.05 52.10 49.54 47.37
-30.00% BSE Volume: 24,658
-35.00% Date: 28/08/2019 Total 100 Equity 26.68 26.68 26.66 26.66 26.66

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APOLLO HOSPITALS ENTERPRISE LIMITED
CORPORATE IDENTITY NUMBER : L85110TN1979PLC008035
Regd. Office : No. 19 Bishop Gardens, Raja Annamalaipuram, Chennai - 28, Tamil Nadu
Tel. +91-44-28290956, Fax.+91-44-28290956,
Email: investor.relations@apollohospitals.com, Website : www.apollohospitals.com

EXTRACT OF STATEMENT OF UNAUDITED FINANCIAL


RESULTS FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDED JUNE 30, 2019
(Rs. in Lakhs, except per share data)
Particulars Standalone Consolidated
Three Three Correspond- Previous Three Three Corresponding Previous
months months ing Three year months months Three months year ended
ended ended months ended ended ended ended ended 31/03/2019
30/06/2019 31/03/2019 30/06/2018 31/03/2019 30/06/2019 31/03/2019 30/06/2018
Unaudited Refer Note 3 Unaudited Audited Unaudited Refer Note 4 Refer Note 4 Audited
Total Income from Operations (net) 2,23,394 2,16,926 1,91,244 8,34,890 2,58,175 2,51,126 2,21,511 9,64,888
Net Profit /(Loss) for the period (before Tax,
Exceptional and/or Extraordinary Items) 12,082 11,999 9,423 46,247 9,440 11,517 6,268 37,353
Net Profit /(Loss) for the period (before Tax, after
Exceptional and/or Extraordinary Items) 12,082 11,999 9,423 46,247 9,440 11,517 6,268 37,353
Net profit /(Loss) for the period after tax
(after Exceptional and Extraordinary items) 7,932 7,668 6,016 30,276 4,915 7,608 2,334 20,016
Total Comprehensive Income for the period
[comprising Profit/ (Loss) for the period (after tax)
and Other Comprehensive Income (after tax)] 8,067 7,127 5,019 27,364 5,054 7,125 1,092 17,104
Paid up Equity Share Capital
(Face value of Rs.5/- each) 6,956 6,956 6,956 6,956 6,956 6,956 6,956 6,956
Other Equity 3,81,384 3,25,611
Earnings Per Share of Rs. 5/- each
Basic *5.70 *5.51 *4.32 21.76 *4.11 *6.10 *2.44 16.97
Diluted *5.70 *5.51 *4.32 21.76 *4.11 *6.10 *2.44 16.97
* Not Annualised
Notes
1. The above is an extract of the detailed format of financial results (both standalone and consolidated) for the three months ended June 30, 2019 filed with stock exchanges under Regulation 33 of the SEBI (Listing
Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015. The full format of the Financial Results are available on the stock exchange websites www. nseindia.com and www.bseindia.com and also the company’s
website www.apollohospitals.com.
2. The unaudited standalone and consolidated financial results of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited (“the Company”) for the three months ended June 30, 2019 have been reviewed by the Audit Committee and approved
by the Board of Directors at their meetings held on August 12 and August 13, 2019 respectively and have been subjected to limited review by the statutory auditors.
3. The standalone financial results for the three months ended March 31, 2019 are the balancing figures between the audited figures in respect of the full financial year and the unaudited year to date figures for the period
ended December 31, 2018 which were subject to limited review
4. The consolidated results for the three months ended June 30, 2018, are approved by the Board and have not been subjected to limited review by the statutory auditors. The consolidated financial results for the three
months ended March 31, 2019 are the balancing figures between the audited figures in respect of the full financial year ended March 31, 2019 and the unaudited year to date figures for the period ended December
31, 2018 as approved by the Board and have not been subjected to limited review by the statutory auditors.
5. The listed non-convertible debentures of the Company aggregating to Rs. 70000 lakhs as on June 30, 2019 are secured by way of first charge on the Company’s properties and the asset cover thereof exceeds hundred
percent of the principal amount of the said debentures.
6. The Board of Directors at their meeting held on November 14, 2018 have approved a Scheme of Arrangement (“the Scheme”) between Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited (“AHEL”) and Apollo Pharmacies Limited
(“APL”) and their respective shareholders in accordance with the provisions of Sections 230 to 232 of the Companies Act, 2013, for the transfer of the front-end retail pharmacy business (“the disposal group”) carried
out in the standalone pharmacy segment with effect from April 1, 2019 or such other date as may be approved by the Competent Authority or any other appropriate authority to APL by way of slump sale, subject to
necessary approvals by stock exchanges, shareholders, National Company Law Tribunal and all other requisite regulatory authorities.
The Company, during July 2019, received no objection letters from National Stock Exchange of India Limited and BSE Limited so as to enable the Company to file the Scheme with the Honourable National Company
Law Tribunal (NCLT).
The Company has, subsequently in August 2019, filed the requisite applications with NCLT seeking direction to convene a shareholders meeting through e-voting process for obtaining their approval.
Pending receipt of necessary approvals, no effect for the Scheme has been given in the results for the three months ended June 30, 2019.
7. The Board of Directors of the Company, through a circular resolution on June 19, 2019, approved the sale of the entire 9.96% equity stake (3,57,09,000 equity shares of Rs. 10/- each) held by the Company in Apollo
Munich Health Insurance Company Limited to HDFC Limited for a cash consideration of Rs. 26,152 lakhs (subject to indemnity related deductions) and Rs.3,822 lakhs from Munich Health Holding AG towards JV
termination fee. The sale is subject to meeting closing conditions which includes obtaining regulatory approvals from Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDA), Competition Commission of India
(CCI) and National Housing Bank (NHB). Pending fulfilment of the said conditions, no effect of the sale has been given in the results for the three months ended June 30, 2019.
8. Standalone :-
Effective April 1, 2019, the Company adopted Ind AS 116 “Leases”, applied to lease contracts existing as on the said date, using the modified retrospective method, except for one lease arrangement for which the
modified prospective approach has been used. Under the modified retrospective method, the cumulative effect of initial application is recognised in retained earnings at April 1, 2019.
On transition to Ind AS 116, the Company recognised right-of-use assets amounting to Rs. 119,988 lakhs (net of related accumulated depreciation), lease liabilities amounting to Rs. 141,340 lakhs and Rs. 24,170 lakhs
(debit) in retained earnings (net of deferred tax) as at April 1, 2019. The Company has discounted lease payments using the applicable incremental borrowing rate as at April 1, 2019 for measuring the lease liability.
During the quarter, the Company has recognized interest expense on lease liabilities amounting to Rs. 3,020 lakhs and depreciation on right-of-use asset amounting to Rs. 3,470 lakhs. The effect of applying this
standard resulted in reduction of profit by Rs. 1,328 lakhs for the three months ended June, 30, 2019.
Consolidated :
Effective April 1, 2019, the Group adopted Ind AS 116 “Leases”, applied to lease contracts existing as on the said date, using the modified retrospective method, except for two lease arrangements for which the modified
prospective approach has been used. Under the modified retrospective method, the cumulative effect of initial application is recognised in retained earnings at April 1, 2019.
On transition to Ind AS 116, the Group recognised right-of-use assets amounting to Rs. 158,657 lakhs (net of related accumulated depreciation), lease liabilities amounting to Rs. 189,937 lakhs and Rs. 30,523 lakhs
(debit) in retained earnings (net of deferred tax) as at April 1, 2019. The Group has discounted lease payments using the applicable incremental borrowing rate as at April 1, 2019 for measuring the lease liability.
During the quarter, the Group has recognized interest expense on lease liabilities amounting to Rs. 4,104 lakhs and depreciation on right-of-use asset amounting to Rs. 4,670 lakhs. The effect of applying this standard
resulted in reduction of profit by Rs. 1,783 lakhs for the three months ended June, 30, 2019.
9. The proceedings initiated against Imperial Hospitals and Research Centre Limited, a subsidiary company, by the Government of Karnataka alleging, non-compliance of certain conditions associated with the allotment
of land, has been stayed by the Honourable High Court of Karnataka on April 27, 2018. Based on legal opinion, the management is of the opinion that it has adequate grounds to demonstrate compliance with applicable
conditions and therefore the proceedings are not sustainable. There have been no further developments during this quarter.

for APOLLO HOSPITALS ENTERPRISE LIMITED

Place : Chennai DR. PRATHAP C REDDY


Date : 13th August 2019 Executive Chairman
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disbursements of `31,009 crore, which is
Housing and Urban Development Corporation a growth of 87% over disbursements of
previous year. During the year, HUDCO

BUILD OUR PORTFOLIO ON SOLID FOUNDATION OF HUDCO


sanctioned loans amounting to
`34,452 crore.

The Government of India has taken


several initiatives to promote affordable
HERE IS WHY housing and to revitalize the urban sector.
HUDCO has the potential to perform in
Revenue boosted by government projects the government programmes in terms of
Reducing NPAs lending as well as to offer consultancy.
The government is expected to invest
Positive future outlook

H
huge amount in the infrastructure sector,
in highways, renewable energy and urban
ousing and Urban transport. The government has given a
Development push to connectivity through industrial
Corporation Ltd corridors, dedicated-freight corridors,
(HUDCO) is a techno- Bhartamala and Sagarmala projects, Jal
financing public sector PRICED SCRIP Marg Vikas and UDAN Schemes. The
enterprise in the field of housing and urban housing demand in India is being
infrastructure development in India. It Best of LAST ONE Year
addressed through Pradhan Mantri Awas
classifies its housing finance loans into Name of Reco Exit/CMP Absolute Annual
Yojana (PMAY)- rural as well as urban.
social housing, residential real estate and Company Price Price (`) Gains Returns Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana aims to
retail finance, which is branded as (`) (%) (%) achieve the objective of "Housing for All"
HUDCO Niwas. HUDCO also finances National Fert. 61.30 78.00 27.24 350.22 by 2022, which will bring USD 1.3 trillion
urban infrastructure projects like water Gufic BioSci. 78.70 95.10 20.84 288.55 investments in the housing sector, by
supply, road and transport, power, Smart Jamna Auto Ind. 77.15 96.75 25.41 254.10 2022.
Cities, etc. The borrowers under urban Virinchi 88.00 110.00 25.00 225.00
infrastructure finance are primarily state Amines & Plasti. 68.00 81.00 19.12 167.88 Considering the above investments, there
governments and their agencies. It has a is substantial opportunity for funding
pan-India presence with a network of 21 cost. The net interest margin stood at 3.25 housing and urban infrastructure in the
regional offices and 11 development per cent in the June quarter of FY20, country. HUDCO also signed a
offices in addition to its corporate and representing a decline of 90 bps in memorandum of understanding with the
registered office located in New Delhi. comparison with the same quarter in the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs
previous year. The net interest income and Department of Public Enterprises.
On a consolidated basis, the total income declined by 21.20 per cent to `580 crore It is providing consultancy services while
of the company from operations rose by in Q1FY20 from `736 crore in Q1FY19. financial assistance for implementation
12.42 per cent to `1806.49 crore in The gross non-performing assets of affordable housing projects could play
Q1FY20 from `1606.86 crore in Q1FY19. (GNPAs) stood at 4.32 per cent in June an important role in supporting various
The net profit almost remained flat with a quarter of FY20, while it was 6.87 per government housing programmes
minor increase of 0.68 bps to `335.68 cent in Q1FY19 and the net NPAs stood which will enable HUDCO to grow
crore in Q1FY20 from `333.38 crore in at 0.47 per cent in Q1FY20, showing a financially. By virtue of these factors, we
Q1FY19. The pressure on net profit was decline of 0.62 per cent in comparison to recommend our reader-investor to BUY
observed because of increased finance the same quarter previous year, due to this stock. DS

Note: The stocks recommended under this section are fundamentally strong stocks. However investors are advised to wait for the correct opportunity
to enter these stocks considering the market sentiment right now.
CMP
Monthly Stock Market Returns Last Five Quarters (`/Cr) (Standlone)
20.00%
Shareholding Pattern
15.00%
(`)
10.00% as of June 2019 Particulars Jun-19 Mar-19 Dec-18 Sep-18 Jun-18
5.00% Total Income 1806.49 1474.75 1310.53 1224.38 1606.86
Promoters 89.81
0.00%
Other Income 9.70 18.6 9.12 8.72 7.23
Feb-19

Apr-19
Sep-18

Nov-18

Sep-19
Dec-18

Jun-19

Jul-19
Mar-19
Oct-18
Aug-18

Aug-19
Jan-19

May-19

-5.00%
-10.00% Public 10.19 Operating Profit 1726.10 1332.51 1215.83 1108.9 1281.78
-15.00%
BSE Code: 540530 Interest 1209.49 921.79 680.13 685.32 783.27
-20.00% Others --
CMP: `36.95 FV: `10 Net Profit 335.68 236.37 328.26 282.14 333.38
-25.00% BSE Volume: 383,125
-30.00% Date: 28/08/2019 Total 100 Equity 2001.9 2001.9 2001.9 2001.9 2001.9

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BLUE STAR CMP - `730.25

BSE CODE Volume Face Value Target Stoploss


500067 1731 `2 `795 `690(CLS)

B
lue Star offers a wide range of Scrip’s Movement
780

cooling solutions for all types of 760

customers. The products offered by 740


720
the company include central and 700

packaged air-conditioning systems, i.e. 680

they provide a range of chillers, air 660


640
handling units and fan coil units etc. On 620

the consolidated financial front, the 600


29-Jul 07-Aug 20-Aug 28-Aug
company posted net sales of at `1575.45 2019

crore in Q1FY20, 4.48 per cent higher as Last Seven Days’ Volume Table
against `1507.83 crore. The PBIDT
(No. of Shares)
however fell by 15.96 per cent YoY to
Days Volume
`114.85 crore. The finance cost for the
quarter decreased to `8.23 crore from 20-Aug-19 1,332
`12.10 crore in Q1FY19 due to effective 21-Aug-19 2,155
management of working capital and the 22-Aug-19 980
consequent lower borrowings in Q1FY20. 23-Aug-19 1,959
26-Aug-19 1,585
During the quarter, the company won the
27-Aug-19 5,771
largest tunnel ventilation system (TVS)
28-Aug-19 1,731
and environmental control system (ECS)
contract from Mumbai Metro Rail office spaces segments also grew at a
The scrips in this Corporation (MMRCL), valued at `253 steady pace during the period. We
column have been crore. The order inflows from factory and recommend a BUY.
recommended
with a 15-day investment ICICI PRUDENTIAL CMP - `417.20
horizon in mind and
BSE CODE Volume Face Value Target Stoploss
carry high risk. Therefore, 540133 259636 `10 `445 `390 (CLS)

I
investors are advised to Scrip’s Movement CICI Prudential Life Insurance (IPRU) is
take into account their risk 430
among the market leaders in the private
appetite before investing, 420

410
sector life insurance space, aided by its
as fundamentals may 400
strong brand, distribution capabilities and
product portfolio. In Q1FY20, the net sales
or may not back the 390

380 for the company grew by an impressive 14.17


recommendations. 370 per cent YoY. The consolidated net profits
360
was up by 1.20 per cent at `284.64 crore. The
350
29-Jul 07-Aug 20-Aug 28-Aug
operating profits improved from -41.56 per
2019
cent to -33.06 per cent in June 2019 when
Last Seven Days’ Volume Table
compared to June 2018 quarter, showing
improvement of 8.50 per cent. The operating
(No. of Shares)
profits (PBDIT) excluding other income
Days Volume grew by 9.18 per cent on YoY basis. The
20-Aug-19 99,704 re-engineered business model of ICICI
21-Aug-19 67,293 Prudential Life Insurance focuses on a more
22-Aug-19 80,725 diversified product mix and an increasing
23-Aug-19 74,394 protection mix. The sharp increase in VNB
26-Aug-19 1,06,544 margin is encouraging. VNB margin
27-Aug-19 1,09,251 expanded as much as ~350 bps YoY to 21 per
28-Aug-19 2,59,636
cent due to product mix change without any
expense deterioration. The growth prospects of the company and healthy product mix
(Closing price as of Aug 28, 2019) prompts us to recommend a BUY in this counter. DS

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UFLEX LIMITED
(Formerly known as Flex Industries Limited)
UNAUDITED CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL RESULTS
FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 30TH JUNE, 2019

(INR in lacs)

Quarter Quarter Quarter Year


Ended Ended Ended Ended
Sl. 30.06.2019 31.03.2019 30.06.2018 31.03.2019
No. Particulars (Unaudited) (Audited) (Unaudited) (Audited)

01. Net sales / Income from operations 197827 205731 190485 795722

02. Other Income 445 668 611 2071


03. Share of Profit/ (Loss) of Associate (75) (339) 136 (313)
04. Total Income (1+2+3) 198197 206060 191232 797480
05. Expenditure
(Increase)/decrease in finished goods, WIP & stock
(a) 943 4942 (2578) (3299)
in trade
(b) Consumption of raw material 116920 118477 116656 488156
(c) Purchase of stock in trade 249 17 1172 1330
(d) Power & fuel 9936 9324 8992 38069
(e) Employees cost 18647 17621 16071 66241
(f) Depreciation 10167 9595 9207 38085
(g) Other expenditure 23773 29670 25403 106230
Total 180635 189646 174923 734812
06. Interest 5794 5442 5340 21793
Profit(+)/Loss(-) from ordinary activity before tax (4)-
07. 11768 10972 10969 40875
(5+6)
08. Tax expenses 2677 3931 1533 9354

09. Net Profit(+)/Loss(-) from ordinary activity after tax (7-8) 9091 7041 9436 31521

10. Non- Controlling interest 23 34 27 138

Net Profit(+)/Loss(-) after taxes, non controlling interest


11. 9068 7007 9409 31383
and share of Profit/ (Loss) of associates (9-10)

Other Comprehensive income, net of income tax


(112) (486) (95) (740)
12. a) Items that will not be reclassified to profit or loss
830 (2217) 2606 3432
b) Items that will be reclassified to profit or loss
718 (2703) 2511 2692

13. Total Comprehensive income for the period (11+12) 9809 4338 11947 34213

EPS
14. a) Basic 12.56 9.70 13.03 43.46
b) Diluted 12.56 9.70 13.03 43.46

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A - 108, Sector - IV, Noida – 201301 (U.P.), India. Tel.: 91-120-4012345 | Website: www.uflexltd.com | E-mail: enquiry@uflexltd.com
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Technicals Equity
NIFTY Index Chart Analysis
11000-11200 will be a critical zone for future direction

T
Roadmap for the next 15 trading sessions
he stimulus package Ideas Nifty Levels Action to be Initiated Probable Targets
announced by the Finance
Trading above 11200 on the on weekly closing basis
Minster last Friday propelled Resistance for the medium term 11181 - 11200
would give further momentum to the bulls.
11370 - 11400
the market. On the Close below 10900 on the weekly chart would change
expectation of the package Support for the medium term 11000 -10900
the trend and trigger a retreat.
10640
and FPI surcharge removal, Nifty rallied
about 200 points on Friday from the lows which indicates a clear downtrend. The moves above the 11181, we may witness
of the day and, on the announcement, prior lower high of 11181 is the first a rally up to the 11396 level. The two
Nifty added another 230 points. A resistance point. The two-day faster days of rally recorded huge volumes after
430-point rally from the bottom with retracement has many similarities the general election exit polls and results
highest volumes after election results day between March and October 2018 day. Most of the retracements ended at
gives some positive signals to the market. bottoms. These bottoms were formed in 38 per cent or 50 per cent. But, The last
The two rallies have taken the Nifty above 12 and 13 days, respectively, in the two days' rally extended to more than
the short term moving averages. The double bottom (O Neil’s character) form. 61.8 retracement. This is one factor to be
Nifty moved above the 8-EMA and Now the current double bottom is also positive. Still another four trading
20-DMA. The Nifty came out of the formed in 12 trading sessions. The March sessions to go in this month, and it has
formed a perfect Doji. Let us
see if this rally extends to
form a bullish hammer or not.

Will this recovery be just an


effort to come out of oversold
position? Will the stimulus be
enough to overcome the
global slowdown? Will the
earnings next season give a
positive surprise? These are
some fundamental questions
arising out of this massive
rally. In fact, the removal of
surcharge on FPIs did not
enthuse them. They sold
another `752.9 crore worth of
shares after the
announcement. The Nifty
Price-Earnings (PE) once
again moved into a bubble
zone at 27.36. This shows that
we are still trading on
overstretched valuations.
downward channel and tested the bearish bottom confirmation point or a high
flag breakdown point. The next level of between is 3.32 per cent and October Though Midcap and SmallCap indices
resistance is placed at 11181, which is a bottom confirmation point is at 5.02 per corrected almost 40 per cent, but they are
prior swing high. If the Nifty is able to cent. Now, the current bottom’s still a long way to a breakout point. For
close above this level, the first trend confirmation point is 3.37 per cent from the next two weeks, 11000-11200 levels
reversal signal will be available. The the left bottom. The other significance of will act as a critical zone for the future
200-EMA is also placed at 11203. These these bottoms is faster retracement from direction. A breakout above the 11181-
levels are important for aggressive the right bottom. The most important 11200 zone will lead to a rally towards
purchases in the market. The medium thing is there is a positive divergence in 11370-11400 levels. In case Nifty falls
trend indicator 50-DMA is placed at all these bottoms. Even on the weekly below 11000 and sustains for at least two
11383. The price structure is still in the charts, the divergences of October 2018 days, then there are chances of going
lower highs and lower lows formation, and this time are similar. In case Nifty back to the recent low.

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STOCK RECOMMENDATIONS

BATA INDIA ................................ BUY ......................... CMP `1509.10


BSE Code : 500043 Target 1 .... `1580 | Target 2 ..... `1622 | Stoploss....`1435 (CLS)
India’s leading and most preferred footwear brand Bata
reported healthy revenue growth and better gross
margins. Its consistency in earnings and sales growth
and return on equity of over 19 per cent looks attractive
fundamentally.

Technically, the stock has broken out of the 15-week


double bottom and registered a new lifetime high. The
stock is trading above all the short and long term
moving averages. The interesting fact is that the RSI on
the weekly chart never drifted below the 40 zone since
Jan 2017. The RSI is in the bullish zone all these years in
troubled market conditions. The stock is in clear
uptrend as it is making higher highs. The recent low
took support at 200-DMA and bounced sharply. The
MACD is just above the signal line indicating that the
positive momentum is building up. Its Relative Price
Strength (RS) is as high as 94 with good buyers demand
and greater group rank the stock is looking attractive
now. BUY this stock at `1509.10 with stop loss of `1435.
The targets are open towards `1580 and `1622.

MCX ................................... BUY .............................. CMP `912.80


BSE Code : 534091 Target 1 ..... `1032 | Target 2 ..... `1123 | Stoploss....`850 (CLS)
The Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited
(MCX), India’s first listed exchange, is a commodity
derivatives exchange that facilitates online trading of
commodity derivatives transactions. Institutional
investors are accumulating this stock and have
increased stake by 2.89 per cent recently. Technically,
the stock has broken out of 81-week consolidation and
a cup and handle pattern. The breakout happened with
reasonably good volumes. The stock is trading above all
moving averages and meeting all the Minervini’s trend
set up rules. The RSI entered into a bullish zone and
closed above the prior swing high. The RSI made
higher highs and higher lows in the last 81-week
consolidation period. The MACD line is also clearly
above the signal and zero line. The stock is also in clear
uptrend on Daryl Guppy’s MA set up. The price is
above all the moving averages and they are turning upside. The stock is meeting most of the CANSLIM criteria. Its Relative Price
Strength (RS) is 90 and EPS strength is as good as 87. The stock has greater buyers' demand and is trading above the pivot level.
BUY this stock at `912.80 with stop loss of `850. The targets are placed at `1032 and `1123. DS

*LEGEND: n EMA - Exponential Moving Average. n MACD - Moving Average Convergence Divergence n RMI - Relative Momentum Index
n ROC - Rate of Change n RSI - Relative Strength Index (Closing price as of Aug 27, 2019)
Disclaimer : Above recommendations are based on various technical parameters and any fundamental input has not been considered for the recommendations. Follow strict stop loss for the recommendation.

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BANSWARA SYNTEX LIMITED
CIN:L24302RJ1976PLC001684
Regd. Office : Industrial Area, Dahod Road, Banswara - 327001 (Rajasthan) Phone: 91-2962-240690-91, 257679-681 Fax: 91-2962-240692
Corporate Office : 4-5th Floor, Gopal Bhawan,199, Princess Street, Mumbai-400002 Phone: +91 22 66336571-76 Fax:+91 22 22064486 / 66336586
Website : www.banswarasyntex.com, Email : jkjain@banswarasyntex.com

STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 30TH JUNE, 2019
Rs. In Lakhs,except per share data
Quarter Ended Year Ended
Particulars Unaudited Unaudited Unaudited Audited
30-Jun-19 31-Mar-19 30-Jun-18 31-Mar-19
Revenue From Operations
(a) Sale of Products & Services 33,561.43 32,369.46 29,678.53 1,32,823.73
(b) Other Operating Revenue 622.26 573.43 555.01 2,269.74
I. Total Revenue From Operations (a) + (b) 34,183.69 32,942.89 30,233.54 1,35,093.47
II. Other Income 372.64 380.79 184.24 1,357.78
III. Total Revenue (I+II) 34,556.33 33,323.68 30,417.78 1,36,451.25
Expenses :
Cost of Materials Consumed 16,625.45 16,801.29 16,665.93 65,770.78
Purchases of stock-in-trade - - - -
Changes in Inventories of Finished Goods, Stock-in-Trade and Work-In-Progress 559.10 (1,913.18) (2,652.23) 1,001.02
Employee Benefits Expenses 5,869.77 5,877.37 5,653.12 23,691.25
Finance Costs 1,332.48 1,381.20 1,467.06 5,639.96
Depreciation, Amortization & Impairment expenses 1,310.77 1,312.99 1,416.15 5,487.39
Power & Fuel 3,212.50 3,041.76 3,276.35 13,101.49
Other Expenses 4,451.90 5,215.18 4,451.12 19,509.59
IV. Total Expenses 33,361.97 31,716.61 30,277.50 1,34,201.48
V. Profit/(Loss) before exceptional item and tax (III-IV) 1,194.36 1,607.07 140.28 2,249.77
VI. Exceptional Items 20.04 (148.24) (3.01) (298.87)
VII . Share of Profit in Joint Venture (15.10) 18.59 9.04 17.92
VIII. Profit/(Loss) before tax (V+VI+VII) 1,199.30 1,477.42 146.31 1,968.82
IX. Tax Expense :
(1) Current Tax 267.78 227.17 292.67 362.92
(2) Deferred Tax (212.12) (203.47) (238.66) (829.16)
X. Profit for the period (VIII-IX) 1,143.64 1,453.72 92.30 2,435.06
Other Comprehensive Income
A. Item that will not be reclassified to profit or loss
(i) Remeasurement of defined benefit plan 70.64 60.35 74.07 282.55
(ii) Tax relating Remeasurement of defined benefit plan (15.22) (13.01) (25.88) (60.89)
(iii) Share of other comprehensive income of Joint Venture accounted for using - 1.18 - 1.18
Equity Method
B. Item that will be reclassified to profit or loss (net of tax)
XI. Total Other Comprehensive Income for the Period (net of tax) 55.42 48.52 48.19 222.84
XII. Total Comprehensive Income for the Period (X+XI) 1,199.06 1,502.24 140.49 2,657.90
XIII. Paid-up Equity Share Capital (Face Value of the Share - Rs. 10/- Per Share) 1,711.60 1,711.60 1,711.60 1,711.60
XIV. Other Equity (Excluding revaluation reserve, As per Audited Balance Sheet) 27,662.78
XV. Earnings per equity share (of Rs. 10/- each) (not annualised):
from continuing operations
(1) Basic 6.68 8.50 0.54 14.23
(2) Diluted 6.68 8.50 0.54 14.23
See accompanying notes to the financial results
1 The above financial results have been reviewed and recommended by the Audit Committee and approved by the Board of Directors at their meetings held on 14th August, 2019, these have been
reviewed by the statutory auditors.
2 The Consolidated financial results are prepared in accordance with Indian Accounting Standards (Ind AS) as prescribed under section 133 of the Companies Act, 2013 read with Rule 3 of the
Companies (Indian Accounting Standards) Rules 2015 and Companies (Indian Accounting Standards) Amendments Rules 2016 and other Recongnised Accounting Practices and Policies to the
extent applicable.
3 In line with the provision of Ind AS 108- “Operating Segment” and on the basis of review of operations being done by the management of the Company, the operations of the Company fall within a
single operational segment viz. Textiles, which is considered to be the only reportable segment by the management.
4 The Company has adopted Ind AS 116 “Leases” effective 1 April, 2019 as notified by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) in the Companies (Indian Accounting Standard) Amendments Rules,
2019 using modified retrospective method. The adoption of this standard did not have any material Impact on profit of the current quarter.
5 The Company is claiming deduction U/s 80IA of the Income Tax Act, 1961 on it’s thermal power plant while calculating the tax provision from September, 2018. It is based on the Honourable
Rajasthan High Court decision in favour of other assessee, therefore tax expenses for the quarter ended on 30th June, 2018 is not comparable.
6 Deferred Tax includes Rs. 19.00 Lakhs Minimum Alternative Tax (MAT) for the quarter ended 30th June, 2019 as per the “Guidance Note on Division II” as issued by The Institute of Chartered
Accountants of India.
7 The figures of quarter ended 31st March, 2019 are the balancing figures between audited figures of full financial year ended 31st March, 2019 and published unaudited year to date figures upto
third quarter 31st December, 2018.
8 The figures of the previous quarter have been regrouped/recasted/reclassified, wherever considered necessary, to conform to current quarter classification.

For and on behalf of Board of Directors


For BANSWARA SYNTEX LIMITED

Place: Mumbai (RAVINDRA KUMAR TOSHNIWAL)


Date: 14th August, 2019 Managing Director
DIN : 00106789
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Communication Feature Sirca Paints India Limited

The Company Is All Set For


Its Next Leg Of Growth

S
irca Paints India Limited, a business model of importing PU products
Delhi-based company, was from Italy, repackaging it, and then selling
incorporated in 2006. The it through its own distribution network.
company is primarily into However, the company is currently in a
marketing of wood coating transition phase, wherein the company has
products, along with other recently marked its entry into
products, under the brand manufacturing operations. This began
name of 'Sirca'. The with the launch of a wall paint
company has tied-up with Sirca S.p.A manufacturing unit in Rai, Sonipat, with
(Italy) for exclusive manufacturing and an annual capacity of 24 lakh litres. The
marketing rights of Sirca products in entire wall paint product range is
India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. non-toxic, non-flammable and harmless
Sirca is a globally renowned brand in the to health and environment. These
premium wood coatings space with products are characterised by outstanding
presence in more than 40 countries. pervasion and hiding level, which
consolidates the wall by giving an even
The company started with a fairly simple shade to the surface while limiting and

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balancing the absorbance over the whole news channel along with advertisements to
surface. The company is also in the last improve its brand recall. At the ground
stage of commissioning its core level, the company has been putting up The company is also
manufacturing unit for the manufacturing
of NC, PU and melamine products, which
sign-boards and hoardings at shops of its
dealers and distributors. The company has in the last stage of
will then open up the exports market,
where the company plans to sell fast-
also been participating in major
exhibitions and trade-expos across the
commissioning its core
moving products at competitive prices.
The company is also in the process of
country. manufacturing unit for the
setting up distributors in Sri Lankan and
Nepal markets, with approvals already in
The company has been focusing big-time
on creating the necessary physical
manufacturing of NC, PU
place. With the recent capex and the
manufacturing units in place, the company
infrastructure required for growth outside
of northern India. To strengthen its supply
and melamine products,
has successfully expanded its product chain, the company has been adding stock which will then open up
portfolio to cater to the demand for a depots and stockists along with branch
varied set of customers. offices and studios in newer territories. the exports market.
The NC, PU and melamine products, With a positive response from the already
which form part of the low-value, existing 10 Sirca studios, the company dealers, distributors and increase its
high-volume segment of the wood plans to add another 6-7 studios in the advertisements and promotional expenses
coatings market, make up a majority of the coming six months. to significantly improve its brand recall on
market. With introduction of these These Sirca studios offer a look and feel of a pan-India level. A majority of the growth
products in the company's portfolio, the all their different products for better witnessed in the first quarter of FY20 was
company aims to target the mass market. demonstration. The objective behind these from the newly-tapped markets of
A wider product portfolio forms part of a studios is to target that segment of the Mumbai, Chennai and other parts of
conscious strategy to enhance the product market which is currently unaware of the NCR, which are shaping up to be good
kitty of the company, which in turn will 'Sirca' brand. markets for the company. The company
help the company in developing a robust also established a new branch office in
distribution network and will also give a All the efforts put in by the company have Chandigarh to cater to the increasing
push to its premium products. already started showing results in terms of demand of the Punjab region.
strong financial performance. The
Such strategic decision has led to a great company recorded 40.5% growth in The company was not only one of the
response among the distributors of the revenue from operations in FY19 which biggest SME IPOs of its time, but was also
company. Sirca added another 85 dealers led to a subsequent increase of 21.5% and one of the fastest companies to migrate to
this year on top of 470-plus existing 14.7% increase in EBITDA and profit after the NSE main board platform. The
dealers. The company has also undertaken tax, respectively. The company has company has also done a bonus issue in
a full-fledged 360 degree marketing witnessed the momentum continuing in the proportion of 1 new fully paid-up
campaign in target markets, which FY20 as well with 33.4% growth in equity share for every 2 fully paid-up
includes advertisements and promotional volumes, which led to 26.4% increase in equity shares held in the company. To
activities in multiple media like regional revenue from operations. reward its shareholders further, the
newspaper, radio and TV channels. The company has also announced a dividend
company has also started sponsoring A leader in the northern markets, the of 10% after bonus.
weather news on a prominent national company has aggressive plans to add its
With the advancement of better brand
building activities, a wider product basket
and better-suited infrastructure, the

The company was not only one of the company is all set for its next leg of growth.

"The journey is never-ending. There's


biggest SME IPOs of its time, but was also always going to be growth, improvement
and adversity. We at Sirca believe in
one of the fastest companies to migrate to maintaining our growth trajectory for the
rest of the journey that is yet to unfold,"
says Apoorv Agarwal, Joint Managing
the NSE main board platform. Director.

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Analysis Equity
due to the pricing difference between the
crude oil barrel and the petroleum
products refined from it. But because of
proactive crude sourcing, optimising of
product yields and robust risk
management in challenging
environments, RIL was able to maintain
a significant US $4.3/bbl premium over
the regional benchmark – Singapore
Refining Margins. For FY19 revenue,
including inter-segment transfers, rose
by 28.7 per cent to `393,988 crore from
`306,095 crore for FY18. The EBIT
reduced by 19.8 per cent to `19,868 crore
in FY19 from `24,782 crore in FY18
because of higher crude prices, weak
product cracks, lower light-heavy
differential and unplanned shutdown of
fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) unit. RIL
intends to have a strategic
transformation to obtain optimal
oil-to-chemicals for the Jamnagar
refinery, thus aiming for it to have much

THIS HEAVYWEIGHT CAN DRIVE


more better performance as compared to
other global refineries. This will be
achieved through the pet-coke
gassification project by transforming

YOUR GROWTH IN FUTURE!


Jamnagar into a 'bottom-less' refinery by
upgrading low value refinery residue,
pet-coke, into clean syngas, thus
reducing the impact of LNG price

R
volatility by substituting high cost LNG
Reliance investment worth `25,215 crore made by imports.
Industries Brookfield Infrastructure Partners by
Limited is one of buying the Jio’s tower arm. Petrochemicals : As part of its
India’s largest petrochemicals segment, RIL offers a
private sector range of products in pharma and
enterprises BUSINESS VERTICALS healthcare, infrastructure, transport and
conducting automotive, water storage supply,
business Refining and Marketing : With a agriculture, plasticulture, sports,
in energy and materials value chain. The 1.24 MBPD crude processing capacity, residential, packaging and industrial use
company’s business portfolio ranges the refining and marketing segment of products. As the global propylene
from energy to materials, retail to digital RIL includes propylene, LPG, high speed demand increased, coal prices were able
services and entertainment. RIL is diesel, gasoline, petroleum coke, aviation to soften due to capacities improvement
focused on building platforms across its turbine fuel, Reliance Gas, Reliance in economies of coal to olefins (CTO)
industry-leading businesses for the Petroleum Retail, Trans Connect, amidst environmental risks. The polymer
nation to realise its true potential. Relstar, A1 Plaza, etc. Due to the margins weakened in FY19 compared to
Admist challenging business geopolitical tensions, supply disruptions FY18 due to high feedstock prices in
environment and debt burden, RIL has from Venezuela, Iran and Libya as well South-East Asia, but in India, the PE
been able to maintain a consistent as OPEC production cuts, FY18-19 demand growth remained strong at 4 per
business performance over the years witnessed 22 per cent increase in cent YoY supported by increasing
with a positive future outlook. benchmark Brent oil prices. The decrease disposable incomes and growth in
in global oil demand growth led to e-commerce sector. On financial basis,
Recently the company has been proving supply-demand mismatch, thus affecting the revenue for RIL’s petrochemical
its growth potential by entering into the margins. As for RIL, the gross segment increased by 37.3 per cent to
various strategic alliances, such as the refining margins declined to US $9.2/bbl `172065 crore in FY19 from `125299

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Peer Comparison
Company Name Market Cap ROA (%) ROE (%) ROCE (%) Adjusted PE (x) EV/EBITDA(x) Adjusted EPS (`)
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 72735.04 5.90 20.14 17.40 9.99 7.12 39.67
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 38438.43 5.85 20.60 18.66 6.46 5.48 43.91
Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 118147.69 4.73 14.04 15.16 8.60 6.45 18.93
Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd. 7877.93 0.93 3.48 6.75 38.40 10.16 1.94
Reliance Industries Ltd. 802469.61 4.39 11.68 12.07 20.40 11.75 66.80
Source : Ace Equity Data as on 26/08/2019

Reliance Industries Ltd. per cent compared to `69198 crore in


crore in FY18 basically due to due to FY18. As for FY19, the business was able
higher volumes and prices, which BSE Code : 500325 CMP (`) 1265.90 to deliver an EBIT of `5546 crore, thus
reflected the full benefits of ROGC and Particulars Amonut (` Crore) increasing by 168.7 per cent from
paraxylene capacity expansion projects. Net Sales 654693.00 `2064 crore for FY18. In FY18-19, the
EBIT rose significantly by 51.9 per cent % Change 35.86%
business witnessed a huge consumption
to `32173 crore in FY19 from `21179 growth and was thus able to have various
Operating Profit 94575.00
crore in FY18. RIL’s petrochemical long-term strategic partnerships,
products are exported to over 100 % Change 17.05% co-branding opportunities, exclusive
countries. Thus, the company aims to Net Profit 40375.00 partnerships with popular brands and
deliver innovative products and solution % Change 10.83% acquisitions. The company’s new
offerings by leveraging the capabilities in Equity 5926.00
commerce initiative for its retail segment
polymer formulations, materials is currently in the pilot phase. This
EPS (`) 67.89
engineering, product design and 3D business model aims to provide a
printing thus strengthening its new FV (`) 10.00 technological platform for many small
business line. P/E (x) 19.96 merchants across India to strengthen and
Dividend Yield (%) 0.71 grow their businesses. By leveraging
Oil and gas : RIL’s oil and gas segment Book Value (`) 627.28 technology and connectivity, this
includes operations in conventional deep platform can drive efficiency and value
(Trailing Four Quarter Data) CMP as on 26th Aug, 2019
water acreages and the unconventional creation for everyone in India’s retail
coal bed methane (CBM) block such as share in domestic production stood at market, thereby mainly affecting the
KG D6, Panna-Mukta, Tapti, etc. Along 58.9 Bcfe, which is down by 25.4 per cent producers, brand owners, supply chain,
with this, the company has two joint YoY, and in the US, the shale business merchants and customers. This is a US
ventures in North American shale plays stood at 94.5 Bcfe, down by 32 per cent $700 billion opportunity to be using
– Pioneer Natural Resources and YoY. The company continues to focus on blockchain, IoT, AI and other new
Chevron. The global oil demand growth value maximisation and thus technologies across India for business
is largely driven by China, India and the restructuring its shale gas assets through development.
US. The Government of India has offered cross-border mergers allowing shale gas
many initiatives to promote Indian oil assets to be benefited from the upcycle in Digital services : Reliance Jio offers
and gas industry such as Open Acreage the commodities. Other than application highest quality and affordable price for
Licensing Policy (OALP). As per the of new technology for its oil and gas data and broadband connectivity under
policy, operators are able to select segment, RIL’s strategy is to explore the company’s tagline – ‘Connect
exploration areas on their own. Under prospects that may eventually leverage everyone and everything, everywhere’.
OALP bid round-I, 55 blocks were the existing infrastructure. Jio has been able to build a world-class
awarded and hence launched OALP bid all-IP data, strong future-proof network
round-II offering blocks under Retail : In the retail sector, RIL is with the latest 4G LTE technology. It is
petroleum operation contract for considered to be one of the largest the only greenfield all-IP network
international competitive bidding. For retailers in terms of reach, scale, revenue supporting Voice over LTE (VoLTE)
FY19, the revenue was `5005 crore, thus and profitability. Its main product technology. The Indian markets have
registering a fall of 3.8 per cent compared offerings include fresh and packaged given a good response in terms of
to `5204 core in FY18. The segment food products, consumer electronics and growing demand for Jio products. In
incurred an operating loss of `1379 crore fashion retailing. As on March 31, 2019, India, the adoption of LTE and
in FY19 and of `1536 crore in FY18. it operates around 10,415 retail stores in improving device has led to a transition
Because of natural decline and slowdown more than 6,600 towns and cities, thus in data consumption trends, with more
in development activity, the volumes covering and area of 22 million sq. ft. In than 90% of wireless data in the country
from domestic upstream fields and US FY19, the revenue was `130,566 crore, carried on 4G network now. With the
shale were lower. So, for the year, RIL’s which is a substantial increase by 88.7 growing mobile broadband

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Analysis Equity
consumption, a need for high speed fibre consolidation of peer channels pose a programme. Even as the company
connectivity at homes and enterprises is threat for this segment’s growth. intends to rapidly increase the number of
being felt. Data localisation aims to spur subscribers by providing affordable
investment in creating server and cloud FINANCIAL OVERVIEW broadband connection, there was no
capacity in India thereby incentivising Looking at the financials on a quarterly news about the launch of Jiophone3.
research and development and creating consolidated basis for Reliance Customers opting for annual plans also
employment in line with the Industries, for Q1FY20 the revenue grew called Jio Forever will be getting a free
Government of India’s 'Make in India' by 22.1 per cent to `172965 crore from HD or 4K LED television and a 4K
initiative. The segmentwise digital `141699 crore for Q1FY19 due to better set-top box. The company has set to
service has given promising financial revenue contribution by retail and digital launch Jio First-Day-First-Show by
numbers with gross revenue being service segment, thus offsetting low mid-2020, thus allowing Jio Fiber
`46506 crore in FY19, thus increasing by revenues by other segments. In Q1FY20, customers to watch movies on the same
94.45 per cent YoY compared to the profit before tax was `14366 crore, day as their release in the theatres. As for
`23916 crore in FY18. For FY19, EBIT thus reporting a gain of 4.66 per cent as the media segment, it plans to add more
grew by 176.74 per cent to `8784 from compared to `13726 crore in Q1FY19. channels to its basket. RIL announced
`3174 crore for FY18. With focus on its For Q1FY20, RIL gained a net profit of acquisition of Hamleys, thus becoming a
commitment to wireline services, the `10141 crore as against `9485 crore for global retailer. The retail merchant POS
company continues to invest and build Q1FY19. Among other obstacles, higher Solution, which is a Jio Prime partner,
in digital infrastructure so as to provide interest and tax expenses also POS is part of Reliance Retail’s plan to
affordable data network and best contributed towards marginal rise of create a user-friendly digital ecosystem
coverage of network quality. Penetrating 6.91 in net profit YoY. On the annual for small merchants for the purpose of
into the smartphones market, the front, the company’s revenue increased inventory management, customer
company has launched a few affordable by 42.31 to `581,020 crore for FY19 from relationship management, financial
and user-friendly JioPhones with variety `408,265 crore for FY18. For FY19, PBT services and other services. With these
of functions. stood at `55,227 crore, thus showing a business plans, RIL will be able to
stable increase of 11.74 per cent YoY. increase its revenue, thus expanding its
Media and entertainment : Even as refining and oil & gas segments market presence and competitive
Network 18 is RIL’s media and suffered blows due to rise in oil prices advantage.
entertainment powerhouse with its and reduced demand in FY19, RIL
foothold in television, film gained a net profit of `39,837 crore for CONCLUSION
entertainment, digital business, the year, which is an increase of 10.41 There is instability and volatility in
magazines, mobile content and allied per cent compared to `36,080 crore in refining and petrochemical industries.
businesses. It is a diversified media FY18. Thus, the financial performance of these
conglomerate with operations in segments will continue to receive
television broadcasting, movie OUTLOOK headwinds. However, as suggested, the
production and distribution, digital In April 2019, RIL was downgraded by debt reduction will ease the burden on
content and commerce, print magazines, many credit rating agencies due to RIL. A decrease in debt can bring respite
mobile content and other media services. increasing debt concerns and its core to `288 billion of interest cost projected
Post ad-revenue hiccup because of GST refining and petrochemical segments. in FY21. According to market reports, a
implementation, Indian media and Since then, the stock price of the decrease in debt of `100 billion can result
entertainment industry is set to grow at company had previously witnessed a 20 an increase by 1.2 per cent in EPS for
12 per cent CAGR by CY2021, thus per cent reduction. At the recently held FY21. With new product launches and
reaching a size of `2.35 trillion in AGM, all concerns were clarified and a reducing stake in volatile business
CY2021. Even as TV continues to be the positive future outlook was given. RIL’s through new strategic partnerships, RIL
dominant medium, digital is likely to decision to offload 20 per cent stake in its has gained the confidence of investors
overtake film and print media by 2021. oil-to-chemicals segment to Saudi for a promising future by introducing
With increasing consumption growth Aramco for an enterprise value of US $75 stability in the company’s business and
drivers, for FY19, the segment reported a billion is a huge step towards debt financial performance. Deleveraging of
revenue of `5116 crore, an increase of reduction. The consumer business of the consolidated balance sheet with
178 per cent YoY as compared to company is expected to contribute transferring of the telecom infrastructure
`1839 crore in FY18. The digital towards 50 per cent of RIL’s consolidated to infrastructure investment trusts and
expansions and new media partnerships EBITDA as against 32 per cent in FY19. selling of stakes in the downstream
have allowed in delivering good RIL announced numerous digital business, backed by continued high
numbers. RIL plans to increase free-to- services, i.e Reliance Jio related launches. growth in retail and telecom businesses
air channels, more regional movie With an aim to reach 500 million can be considered as RIL’s growth
channels and expanding its telecom subscribers, it launched home and drivers. Thus, based on our analysis, we
portfolio. The TRAI tariff orders and enterprise services after its beta launch recommend BUY. DS

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Special Report
Earings this season has been a
mixed bag. Shohini Nath travels
through various companies and
indices to understand the
underlying trend in earnings
while DSIJ research team analyse
the sectoral performance giving
investors an insight into
corporate India's performance in
Q1FY20.

Q1FY20 Earnings : to the sulking auto sector. Tata Motors, Hero MotoCorp and
Maruti Suzuki all posted de-growth in terms of net sales
growth. In terms of net profit, Power Grid Corporation of

A Mixed Bag!
India Ltd. has posted exceptional growth of 104 per cent in the
latest quarter ended June 2019, while Bharti Airtel and Tata
Motors are the only two companies that have posted huge
losses in their balance sheets.

T
*We have excluded the earnings of ICICI Bank as the net profit
ime has come yet again to evaluate quarterly increased due to lower provisioning in the quarter under review
earnings. It is the beginning of the FY2020 and the as compared to the same quarter last fiscal.
end of the first quarter amid the ongoing economic
slowdown. Let us rewind to November 2016 when Out of a total of 2839 stocks that declared results for the quarter,
the demonetisation happened, dealing a severe around 744 stocks delivered positive results, 1276 stocks
blow to consumption, which resulted in declining incomes and
loss of jobs, which led to an even bigger drop on the demand remained flat, while 819 stocks posted negative results.
side. Post-demonetisation, the GST reform came into play in
July 2017, and just like every reform, the GST reform took To give you a comprehensive understanding, we have done a
some time to settle. However, just as the effects of study of BSE 500 companies’ Q1 results and compared the
demonetisation and GST were dwindling, enter the IL&FS growth rate in net sales and net profit for Q1FY20 and
crisis that triggered the NBFC credit crunch in 2018. The end of Q1FY19. The net sales growth has fallen to 8 per cent in
2018 welcomed the US-China trade war, thereby affecting the Q1FY20 as compared to 15 per cent growth reported in the
global trade and GDP growth. In the much-anticipated budget corresponding quarter of the previous fiscal owing to weak
session, the fiscal stimulus was not announced which demand and liquidity crunch. Thus, we witnessed a drop of 7
disappointed the market participants creating confusion in the per cent in the growth in net sales in the current quarter. In
minds of investors. The economy and the markets both run in a terms of net profit growth on YoY basis we witness a 4 per cent
cyclical phase and take time to absorb the changes that occur, drop to 3.08 from 7.19 per cent posted in Q1FY19. In terms of
but the silver lining is that they always bounce back. Now, here QoQ, we see a grim picture with de-growth in net sales in
we are, post the Q1FY20 earnings season that reflected mixed Q1FY20, while the PAT has witnessed a 7 per cent fall in
results, with the banks expressing relief on the financial front, Q1FY20 from 22 per cent reported in Q1FY19. The slowdown
while most other sectors were hit by low consumer demand. in earnings is quite evident as sales numbers and profits, both
show a sharp decline over the first quarter of FY2020.
Taking into consideration the Sensex constituents, the net sales
for the June ending quarter climbed 9 per cent YoY while the BSE 500 Cos. Growth
bottomline grew 17 per cent as compared to the corresponding NET SALES PAT
quarter of the previous fiscal for the 30 companies taken
together. Among the 30 companies, in terms of net sales, 24 QoQ YoY QoQ YoY
have posted positive growth with companies like Bajaj Finance Q1FY20 -3% 8% 15% 3.08%
and IndusInd Bank posting the highest growth of 47 per cent Q1FY19 0.37% 15% 22% 7.19%
and 37 per cent, respectively. The companies that performed
poorly in terms of growth are none other than those belonging On the exports front, India's merchandise exports had fallen to

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a four-month low of 0.64 per cent in April, 2019 as compared to loss of `4876 crore during the same period last fiscal. The
to the same period of last year, as shipments of engineering bottomline was supported by 20 per cent YoY growth in NII.
goods, gems and jewellery, leather and other products declined, Its provisions fell by 52 per cent YoY.
widening the trade deficit to a five-month high. The trade
deficit, which is the gap between exports and imports, During the quarter, the banks that reported losses were
expanded to $15.33 billion in April 2019 as compared to $13.72 Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank, Indian Overseas Bank and Punjab
billion in April 2018. The demand has taken a hit not only in & Sind Bank.
India, but it has become a global trend.
The private banks though showed much stronger performance
Large-Caps v/s Mid-Caps v/s Small-Caps in overall growth. The loan growth came in at just above 15 per
While comparing the broader BSE indices, in the large-cap cent. Some private banking majors such as HDFC, Kotak
category, 80 per cent of the companies have posted positive Mahindra and Axis witnessed slower loan growth mostly on
growth in terms of YoY net sales, closely followed by the account of cautious stance due to economic slowdown and
mid-cap companies, where 76 per cent companies have posted slow credit growth. The overall NII growth of the overall
positive growth. Taking into consideration the small-cap baking sector remained in the range of 14 to 15 per cent, and
companies, 63 per cent have posted positive growth in term of only the private banks saw much higher NII growth rate of
net sales. If we were to compare the indices in terms of positive more than 20 per cent during the quarter.
growth in PAT on a YoY basis, we would notice that there is a
visible gap between the large cap companies and mid-cap ICICI Bank reported strong Q1FY20 across the board. The NII
companies and small cap companies. We see 66 per cent of the came at `7,737 crore as against `6102 crore, higher by 27 per
large-cap index companies to have posted positive growth in cent YoY. The bank has reported a net profit of `1908 crore in
PAT, while 58 per cent of mid-cap index companies and just 43 first quarter of FY20 as against loss of `120 crore YoY. The net
per cent of small-cap index companies to have posted positive profit increased due to lower provisioning in the quarter under
PAT growth. review as compared to the same quarter last fiscal. The bank
had made higher provisioning for the first quarter of FY19. The
BSE Index provisioning for Q1FY20 stood at `3495.73 crore as against
`5971.29 crore for Q1FY19.
Total Cos Positive Growth  Positive Growth
declaring results in Net sales YoY in PAT YoY
Large Cap 92 80% 66%
The gross NPAs for Q1FY20 stood at 6.49 per cent as against
6.7 per cent QoQ, a decrease by 21 bps. The net NPAs for the
Mid Cap 102 76% 58%
first quarter stood at 1.77 per cent as against 2.06 per cent QoQ.
Small Cap 838 63% 43%
(Data as on Aug 24, 2019)
The largest private lender HDFC reported 21 per cent YoY
growth in standalone net profit. It posted net profit of
`5568.16 crore for the quarter as compared to `4601.44 crore in
Here is an analysis of the key sectors. the year ago period. The NII grew by 22.94 per cent YoY to
`13294.25 crore in Q1FY20 as against `10,813.57 crore in

BANKING Q1FY19. The provisions increased by more than 60 per cent


YoY and 38.35 per cent QoQ to `2613.66 crore during first
quarter.
The banking sector during Q1FY20 showed some signs of relief
on financial stability front. The public sector banks during the
quarter collectively turned in profit during the first quarter of
the current fiscal. The positive profits were for the first time in
CEMENT
more than two years. Though the total net profit reported was Taking a glance at Q1FY20 performance of the cement
`3948 crore, which is still below HDFC Bank’s `5568 crore, companies, most of the cement companies reported moderate
indicating the large size of India’s private banks. The public volume growth due to slowdown in construction activities.
sector banks are supposed to have benefited from treasury Also, the liquidity crunch played a crucial role in the
gains due to easing bond yields and lower credit cost, along slowdown. The demand for cement remained muted on
with the low base effect. account of slowdown in construction activities amid general
elections. Also, the liquidity crunch contributed to the muted
The biggest Indian public sector lender State Bank of India demand. but managements remain confident of 5%-6%
(SBI) reported net profit during the quarter. The positive trend volume growth for the full year on the back of strong order
was mostly on account of lower provisioning and higher flows from the government projects and for affordable housing.
interest margins. SBI reported a standalone profit of `2312 Most of the companies expect the demand to pick up further in
crore during the first quarter ended June 30, 2019, as compared H2 post-monsoon.

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On the profitability front, Q1FY20 was a healthy quarter with
highest ever EBITDA/tonne supported by overall healthy price In terms of generic drugs, the exports are likely to increase, led
hike. Also, the smoothening of input costs like pet coke aided by patent expiry or loss of brand exclusivity. The companies are
operating profitability. also focusing on the development of specialty medicines or
complex generics to improve their share in the world market.
In Q1FY20, the aggregate revenue growth stood at 8% on a yoy
basis. The operating profit improved by 38% on a yoy basis led
by lower prices of coal and pet coke. Overall, PAT improved by
84% on a yoy basis.
IT
Majority of the large IT firms in India reported stable revenue
Going ahead, the cement companies are likely to gain traction growth in the first quarter of FY20. Also, a majority of companies
on revival in the government spending and the prices are likely have guided healthy outlook and have maintained their revenue
to remain sustainable in the coming years, led by the expected growth guidance for FY20. This confidence is underpinned by
improvement in demand scenario. Also, the smoothening of strong momentum in digital and strong deal wins. The second-
raw material prices would further improve the profitability largest IT company in India, Infosys, has revised its revenue
going ahead. guidance upward to 8.5-10 per cent due to strong deal win and
Q1FY20 performance. Mid-sized IT firms witnessed healthy

PHARMA revenue growth, but as the large IT firms started reporting good
growth, the difference between the medium and large IT
companies has been narrowing now. Besides, most of the
The muted performance in the June quarter continued in the companies witnessed pressure on their margins owning to strong
pharma sector. As per AIOCD data, the volumes dropped for rupee along with wage hikes and higher visa costs. However,
the second consecutive month in June and grew just 0.7% in macro uncertainties and muted performance of BFSI vertical
the June quarter. A majority of the companies saw a year-on- remain key challenges for the IT companies.
year decline in volumes. The slowdown intensified from May
when the market decelerated to a growth of 7% from an
average of 10% in the preceding five months. In June, the
market grew by 6.6%. In Q1FY20, the market growth stood at
FMCG
7.9%, the slowest in the past seven quarters and one of the A sustained slowdown in consumption has hit almost every
lowest in the past five years. The focus on launch of in-licensed sector, including FMCG. Nonetheless, the sector is in the
molecules from global partners and slower growth in the positive territory unlike other sectors like auto. However, the
lower-priced brands were observed during the quarter. growth is not seen in double digits, but in high single digits for
FMCG. There is a sharp rural slowdown as well as weak
During the June quarter, the Indian currency was stable but demand across all food and non-food categories, from salty
growth in the key markets was muted, which is expected to snacks and biscuits to soaps and packaged tea. Data suggests
continue in the September quarter as well. Due to launch of that the volume growth of categories where the contribution of
ANDAs and branded generics in the US, the pressure on small packs is high such as soaps and toothpastes has declined
margins might prevail going forward. However, the lower R&D on a year-to-date basis compared with the same period of the
costs supported margins of most of the drug makers. previous year. The biscuits business, which contributes around
two-third of sales of the companies, the volume growth has
The overall sales of the sector grew by 13.3% YoY during the been hit with a decline of 200 basis points on a YTD basis.
quarter. The EBITDA and PAT grew by 23.6% and 29.8% YoY,
respectively. Some of the outperformers in the sector included The potato chips segment, where 80 per cent sales come from
companies like Ajanta Pharma, Astrazeneca Pharma, Biocon, the smaller sized packets, has witnessed a sharp decline in
IOL Chemicals, Ipca Laboratorie, Lupin, etc. which delivered volume growth by 300 bps YTD. The drop in volume growth is
growth of more than 15% in revenues and more than 20% in owing to the squeezed spending of the households and the fact
net profits. that the rural growth is losing steam. The value growth in the
country’s FMCG sector has fallen by 10 per cent for April-June
As per ICRA, moderation in pricing pressure in the US market, quarter, which is the third consecutive quarter of the
new launches and market share gains for existing products and slowdown, as reported by Nielsen. The current quarter has
consolidation benefits will drive growth in FY20 and the witnessed a slowdown across all food and non-food categories,
industry is likely to grow by 11-13% in FY20. The impact of including spices, soaps, packaged tea as well as salty snacks.
channel inventory correction that impacted sales in FY19 is The slowdown is due to the macroeconomic factors,
expected to ease in FY20, thereby aiding domestic sales. government policies, effect of monsoons and the low base

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Umesh Mehta Foram Parekh
Head of Research, Samco Securities. Fundamental Analyst, Indiabulls Ventures
This quarter's earnings have been more or less subdued and there Real estate stocks overall has not reported good set of numbers,
haven’t been any significant surprises from any sector. The except for a few companies. The entire sector is grappling with
liquidity squeeze, consumption slowdown, trade war friction and its multiple problems, both from the perspectives of developers and
impact on crude and currency are some issues which cast a shadow on buyers. Many developers' projects are at a standstill due to liquidity
individual industries and broadly on the stock price of companies. On the issues and, as a result, this is reflecting in standstill construction. From
valuations front, Nifty PE has also cooled down from 29 in April 2019 to the consumers' perspective, buyers are not passed on the benefits of
26 in August 2019. This shows that the earnings haven't kept pace and multiple rate cuts and slowdown in automobile sector. 
hence valuations cooled down.

effect. Another important factor that has contributed to the growth in terms of net profit on YoY basis. looking ahead, the
slowdown in FMCG sector is the fading advantage of small upcoming festive season is expected to bring in more consumer
manufacturers. Post the implementation of GST, small confidence and a positive sentiment in the market, which could
manufacturers contribute 50 per cent to India’s slowdown spur demand.
story, especially in the North and West zones of the country.

For Q1FY20, the FMCG sector has grown by 8 per cent YoY in Summarising the Key Sectors
terms of net sales and 15 per cent in terms of operating profit. Q1FY20 GROWTH STORY (YoY)
The net profit has expanded by 12 per cent for the quarter SECTOR COS.   NET SALES (%) PAT (%)
under review. Companies like Prabhat Diary, Zydus Wellness
IT 161 11 9
and Hindustan Foods have witnessed exceptional growth in net
FMCG 105 8 12
sales on a YoY basis. Out of a total of 105 companies we studied
AUTO 17 -6 -62
under FMCG sector for Q1FY20, 70 per cent have witnessed
PHARMA 145 13 30
positive growth on a YoY basis in net sales and 52 per cent have
CEMENT 41 8 84
witnessed a positive PAT growth on a YoY basis.
We can say that the clear winner for Q1FY20 is the cement

Auto Sector industry followed by the pharmaceutical industry. Both sectors


have performed well relative to the other sectors. The auto
sector remains in the negative territory yet again, while the IT
The first quarter of FY20 did not bring any recovery, but instead and FMCG sectors have delivered muted results. The banking
it brought a painful quarter for the auto sector, where the sector in terms of bottom-line has posted a turnover on a YoY
performances of the companies have worsened. The concerns basis after posting a huge net loss in the corresponding quarter
that bothered the auto sector have aggravated and led to of the previous year.
subdued volumes and elevated costs, which kept the earnings
under pressure for the quarter ended June. What bothers the
auto sector is the economic slowdown, liquidity crunch, rural Conclusion : Clearly, looking at Q1FY20 results, corpo-
stress, the flood conditions in parts of the country, all of which rate India does not appear to be in the best of health. The results
have added to the decline in demand. There were recent have been mixed with more disappointments than positive
production cuts undertaken by OEMs to counter the rising surprises. The banks looked to have recovered a bit, however,
channel inventories, which resulted in an undesirable impact on majority of sectors are reeling under pressure.
the volume growth over the near medium term. Adding to the
misery are the regulatory changes, such as the shift to new safety Economic slowdown in India, liquidity crunch, slowness in
norms and the transition to BS-6 emission norms which are India's trading partners and escalating geopolitical tensions are
likely to inflate the cost substantially by around 10-12 per cent. some of the reasons impacting market sentiments. There is a
This is likely to bring more worries to the troubled sector. For visible drop in consumption across sectors. All eye will be on
Q1FY20, six companies have posted positive growth in net sales what happens with interest rates and what sort of support is
on YoY basis, this includes, Scooters India, HMT Ltd, TVS dolled out for which sectors without disturbing the fiscal deficit.
Motor Company Ltd., Atul Auto Ltd., SML Isuzu Ltd. and Bajaj
Auto Ltd. For the same quarter, 4 companies to have reported net Going ahead, it does look like a couple of difficult quarters for
loss are Tata motors, HMT, LML and Scooters India. To corporate India with little signs of earnings revival in the next
comment on the PAT, Bajaj Auto, Atul auto, Hero MotoCorp and quarter or two. Investors will have to look beyond two quarters
Yamuna Syndicate are the only companies to have witnessed of flat to poor earnings for earnings revival. DS

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1 AGRO - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 100 2236 114 76
*Mishtann Foods L 1 1903 50.0 1 482 11.8 0.2 0.00 0.8 17.1 1906 125.9 3.1 1906Q 125.9 -3 3.1 22 49.28 0 0.00 1.6 2068 41.35 72/5 2098 -
2 AIRLINES
IND. COMPOSITE 1098 60897 -928 351
InterGlobe Aviation 10 1903 384.7 179 28497 156.1 4.1 5.00 0.3 2.3 1906 9420.1 1200.5 1906Q 9420.1 45 1200.5 4220 74.88 0 20.75 53.7 63270 1644.85 1716/697 56863 47.6
Jet Airways 10 1803 113.6 -638 23287 -767.6 -67.6 - -0.7 - 1812 6148.0 -587.8 1812N 18319.6 6 -3208.2 -1295 24.98 21 29.38 150.6 391 34.45 357/27 4326 -
Spicejet Ltd. 10 1903 599.7 -6 9113 -316.1 -5.3 - -23.5 - 1906 3002.1 261.7 1906Q 3002.1 34 261.7 788 60.00 39 13.00 141.7 7931 132.25 157/61 8794 -
3 ALUMINIUM
IND. COMPOSITE 1157 57248 2938 16
*Hindalco Indus. 1 1903 224.6* 216 45749 1205.4 5.4 1.20 0.4 2.5 1906 10054.7 22.6 1906Q 10054.7 -5 22.6 -95 34.66 0 45.92 304.3 40448 180.10 260/172 58397 49.7
*National Alumini 5 1903 932.8 56 11499 1732.4 9.3 5.75 0.0 16.5 1906 2084.1 97.8 1906Q 2084.1 -30 97.8 -86 51.99 0 29.97 204.3 7425 39.80 79/37 4701 6.5
5 AQUACULTURE
IND. COMPOSITE 58 4313 264 15
Avanti Feeds Lim 1 1903 13.6 78 2738 223.5 16.4 4.00 0.0 21.0 1906 907.2 80.1 1906Q 907.2 -1 80.1 1 43.76 0 16.18 92.2 3824 280.65XB 495/253 3683 17.1
*KSE 10 1903 3.2 406 1209 9.4 29.5 15.00 0.3 7.3 1906 340.9 -12.6 1906Q 340.9 11 -12.6 -186 25.61 0 0.10 6.7 307 958.10 2900/898 326 -
Waterbase Ltd. 10 1903 41.4 42 365 30.8 7.4 1.50 0.1 17.8 1906 119.5 11.4 1906Q 119.5 -23 11.4 -36 67.01 0 0.01 42.1 397 95.90 229/81 412 16.2
6 AUTO - 2 & 3 WHEELERS
IND. COMPOSITE 399 82792 8856 17
*Atul Auto Ltd 5 1903 11.0 118 667 53.1 24.2 4.00 0.0 20.5 1906 147.7 11.3 1906Q 147.7 8 11.3 9 52.69 0 18.22 21.0 441 200.95 421/198 423 8.2
Bajaj Auto Ltd. 10 1903 289.4 753 30250 4675.2 161.6 60.00 0.0 21.5 1906 7755.8 1125.7 1906Q 7755.8 5 1125.7 1 53.52 0 23.17 107.8 79590 2750.50 3146/2400 78668 17.0
Hero MotoCorp 2 1903 39.9 644 33651 3384.9 169.5 87.00 0.0 26.3 1906 8030.3 1257.3 1906Q 8030.3 -9 1257.3 38 34.63 0 53.80 144.7 52733 2640.25 3400/2228 52596 14.1
Maha. Scooters 10 1903 11.4 9908 14 72.8 63.7 33.00 0.0 0.6 1906 1.4 1.7 1906Q 1.4 -55 1.7 -17 50.99 0 9.48 12.4 4380 3832.40 4775/2029 4374 60.4
TVS Motor Co. Ltd. 1 1903 47.5 70 18210 670.1 14.1 3.50 0.4 20.0 1906 4468.6 142.3 1906Q 4468.6 8 142.3 -3 57.39 0 32.08 137.1 17364 365.50 604/340 18699 26.1
7 AUTO - ANCILLARIES
IND. COMPOSITE 1396 98397 7455 23
Amara Raja Batt. 1 1903 17.1 195 6793 483.5 28.3 7.08 0.0 14.5 1906 1815.0 140.9 1906Q 1815.0 2 140.9 25 28.06 0 30.69 75.3 10537 616.90 886/573 10512 20.6
*Automotive Axles 10 1903 15.1 356 1939 121.6 80.4 19.50 0.0 22.6 1906 418.4 24.6 1906Q 418.4 -12 24.6 -15 71.03 0 10.93 19.5 1149 760.15 1552/731 1104 9.8
Banco Products 2 1903 14.3 93 736 122.9 17.2 8.00 0.0 18.5 1906 165.8 34.1 1906Q 165.8 -7 34.1 111 67.88 0 4.67 24.4 673 94.05 238/91 535 4.8
Bosch Ltd. 10 1903 29.5 3094 12258 1598.0 541.8 105.00 0.0 17.5 1906 2778.8 279.9 1906Q 2778.8 -13 279.9 -35 70.54 0 20.63 71.8 40558 13751.60 22400/12699 39306 28.0
Endurance Technologi 10 1903 140.7 148 5417 357.9 25.4 5.50 0.1 17.2 1906 1361.2 129.1 1906Q 1361.2 4 129.1 43 75.00 0 22.08 36.2 11936 848.55 1574/743 12120 30.1
Enkei Wheels (India) 5 1903 8.5 76 474 12.7 7.5 - 0.2 9.8 1906 115.1 -5.3 1906Q 115.1 -4 -5.3 -7344 73.64 0 0.96 4.4 641 375.30 419/325 641 87.6
Exide Inds. 1 1903 85.0 70 10588 844.0 9.9 2.40 0.0 14.1 1906 2779.3 224.3 1906Q 2779.3 0 224.3 7 45.99 0 33.62 162.9 15062 177.20 305/168 14988 17.5
Federal-Mogul Goetze 10 1903 55.6 132 1319 82.5 14.8 - 0.1 11.3 1906 307.3 10.7 1906Q 307.3 -9 10.7 -58 74.98 0 14.21 16.1 2737 491.95 612/391 2801 40.4
*FIEM Industries 10 1903 13.2 362 1444 55.5 42.2 12.00 0.3 11.6 1906 359.9 14.4 1906Q 359.9 -0 14.4 14 66.54 0 15.82 15.5 482 366.25 765/352 604 8.4
Gabriel India 1 1903 14.4 41 2076 95.0 6.6 1.50 0.0 16.1 1906 517.1 22.1 1906Q 517.1 0 22.1 -17 52.74 0 14.17 62.2 1353 94.20 159/85 1320 15.0
GNA Axles 10 1903 21.8 184 928 65.9 30.2 2.75 0.4 16.4 1906 258.2 18.2 1906Q 258.2 21 18.2 30 65.14 1 13.52 23.5 499 228.70 425/211 596 7.1
*Harita Seating Syst. 10 1903 7.8 172 478 22.0 28.3 6.00 0.1 16.4 1906 93.0 -2.6 1906Q 93.0 -29 -2.6 -185 81.09 0 10.89 7.8 314 404.00 669/345 330 19.3
*HBL Power Systems Lt 1 1903 27.7 28 1257 25.1 0.9 0.30 0.5 3.2 1906 259.5 6.0 1906Q 259.5 -15 6.0 25 56.70 0 23.64 45.5 388 14.00 35/13 712 -
*India Nippon Ele 5 1903 11.3 177 525 59.5 26.3 7.00 0.0 14.8 1906 130.4 20.7 1906Q 130.4 11 20.7 68 66.38 0 3.38 12.2 715 316.05 569/290 708 10.5
Jamna Auto Inds. 1 1903 39.8 13 2046 139.8 3.5 0.14 0.1 27.2 1906 415.5 20.8 1906Q 415.5 -24 20.8 -49 47.87 0 13.30 106.2 1313 32.95 88/30 1349 11.0

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Sales
NP
Jay Bharat Marut 5 1903 10.8 187 1994 52.2 24.1 2.50 0.7 12.9 1906 442.9 7.9 1906Q 442.9 -12 7.9 -42 59.39 0 0.12 16.3 339 156.60 460/133 600 7.3
*JBM Auto 5 1903 20.4 63 994 48.9 12.0 2.25 1.5 18.9 1906 234.1 10.1 1906Q 234.1 9 10.1 -1 61.95 0 0.19 18.2 582 142.65 375/135 888 11.9
*JTEKT India 1 1903 24.4 23 1773 68.6 2.8 0.80 0.5 12.0 1906 395.3 6.9 1906Q 395.3 27 6.9 -53 74.99 0 5.38 31.2 1670 68.30 146/64 1840 33.7
LG Balakrishnan&Bros 10 1903 31.4 203 1582 96.7 30.8 5.00 0.3 15.2 1906 339.6 14.4 1906Q 339.6 -7 14.4 -33 48.00 12 17.20 19.8 1024 326.30XB 545/210 1181 11.4
*Lumax Auto Technolog 2 1903 13.6 40 652 45.5 6.7 3.00 0.0 16.7 1906 165.6 11.4 1906Q 165.6 -18 11.4 18 55.87 0 23.24 14.9 536 78.70 217/73 528 11.4
Lumax Inds. 10 1903 9.3 398 1851 107.4 114.9 35.00 0.3 28.9 1906 402.0 13.9 1906Q 402.0 -19 13.9 -20 74.99 0 1.79 17.9 1134 1212.70 2240/912 1233 10.9
*Minda Corporation 2 1903 45.4 38 1134 105.6 4.6 0.70 0.5 12.2 1906 562.8 28.3 1906Q 562.8 115 28.3 67 68.08 0 15.18 32.4 1521 66.95 162/66 1742 13.0
Minda Industries 2 1903 52.4 42 2100 145.3 5.5 1.10 0.3 13.2 1906 515.5 22.6 1906Q 515.5 -0 22.6 -18 70.78 0 16.06 50.7 8108 309.20XB 440/256 8450 57.7
*MothersonSumiSystems 1 1903 315.8 20 7581 813.8 2.6 1.33 0.2 12.6 1906 1842.9 172.1 1906Q 1842.9 -8 172.1 -8 61.72 5 27.41 277.0 30916 97.90XB 209/91 31912 38.8
*Munjal Auto Industr. 2 1903 20.0 30 1147 33.3 3.3 1.00 0.1 11.0 1906 279.3 4.1 1906Q 279.3 -4 4.1 -51 74.80 0 0.15 29.5 341 34.10 76/29 341 11.8
Munjal Showa Ltd 2 1903 8.0 153 1669 62.6 15.7 4.50 0.0 10.3 1906 388.0 15.7 1906Q 388.0 -12 15.7 -9 65.01 0 0.51 18.7 499 124.75 238/115 479 8.2
*Precision Camshafts 10 1903 95.0 63 424 42.9 4.5 1.00 0.0 7.1 1906 115.2 10.3 1906Q 115.2 22 10.3 37 63.98 0 9.22 37.1 360 37.90 73/37 232 7.9
Rane Brake Lining Lt 10 1903 7.9 265 514 36.5 46.2 15.50 0.0 17.4 1906 116.3 7.3 1906Q 116.3 -5 7.3 11 66.99 0 9.79 12.7 365 461.45 855/423 351 9.8
Rico Auto Inds. 1 1903 13.5 43 1196 48.8 3.6 0.80 0.3 8.4 1906 304.7 6.3 1906Q 304.7 -1 6.3 -54 50.20 0 9.81 63.6 484 35.75 87/35 660 11.7
Sandhar Technologies 10 1903 60.2 118 2037 95.3 15.8 2.50 0.1 13.4 1906 472.7 16.3 1906Q 472.7 -4 16.3 -26 70.23 0 17.68 25.0 1417 235.50 392/223 1238 15.8
Shanthi Gears 1 1903 7.7 39 243 33.4 4.3 6.00 0.0 11.1 1906 71.8 9.4 1906Q 71.8 16 9.4 11 70.47 0 8.19 14.3 650 84.75 140/84 630 19.0
*Sharda Motor Ind 10 1903 5.9 737 1140 87.9 147.8 - 0.0 20.0 1906 253.7 16.2 1906Q 253.7 -15 16.2 -20 73.19 0 0.71 8.6 551 926.20 2025/891 477 6.6
*Shriram Pistons 10 1903 22.4 459 1955 138.4 61.9 10.00 0.2 13.5 1906 434.6 17.5 1906Q 434.6 -5 17.5 -51 52.82 0 0.00 2.2 1723 770.15 1549/703 1723 14.3
Steel Strips Wheels 10 1903 15.6 437 2041 82.4 52.8 4.00 1.5 12.1 1906 470.6 14.7 1906Q 470.6 -6 14.7 -32 60.08 56 1.00 15.9 1222 783.75 1221/724 1992 16.2
Subros Ltd. 2 1903 13.0 104 2124 76.1 11.7 1.30 0.8 11.2 1906 572.2 41.8 1906Q 572.2 8 41.8 121 36.78 0 8.20 21.9 1348 206.60 379/164 1643 13.6
Sundaram Clayton 5 1903 10.1 340 1833 119.7 59.1 36.00 1.0 17.4 1906 374.1 4.9 1906Q 374.1 -20 4.9 -31 74.99 0 15.93 17.2 3652 1804.90 4190/1700 4327 31.1
Sundaram Fasten. 1 1903 21.0 91 4002 437.1 20.8 5.10 0.4 22.9 1906 945.4 93.1 1906Q 945.4 -3 93.1 -12 49.53 0 23.82 58.5 8447 402.00 688/400 9238 19.9
*Suprajit Enginee 1 1903 14.0 50 1058 114.8 8.2 1.55 0.2 16.4 1906 247.6 25.0 1906Q 247.6 5 25.0 -4 44.50 0 17.10 45.1 2502 178.90 255/146 2647 22.0
Varroc Engineering 1 1903 13.5 84 2573 119.5 8.9 - 0.2 10.6 1906 626.0 18.8 1906Q 626.0 1 18.8 -27 84.99 0 12.18 49.8 5307 393.65 1177/380 5538 47.2
WABCO India 5 1903 9.5 938 2878 282.2 148.8 9.00 0.0 15.9 1906 637.8 54.8 1906Q 637.8 -15 54.8 -27 74.99 0 12.17 27.1 11487 6056.05 7444/5798 10937 43.8
*Wheels India Ltd. 10 1903 24.1 236 3181 75.7 31.4 8.00 0.6 13.3 1906 712.0 11.6 1906Q 712.0 -5 11.6 -35 74.99 0 9.03 8.8 1425 592.00XB 1130/577 1710 20.6
*ZF Steering Gear 10 1903 9.1 406 439 -1.3 -1.4 - 0.1 - 1906 96.1 8.6 1906Q 96.1 -16 8.6 -51 67.38 31 0.00 11.7 386 424.90 1270/401 438 -
8 AUTO - CARS & JEEPS
IND. COMPOSITE 773 139634 12297 21
Mahi. & Mahi 5 1903 621.6 275 53614 4796.0 38.6 8.50 0.1 14.0 1906 12922.7 2313.8 1906Q 12922.7 -4 2313.8 90 18.89 3 55.69 370.3 66275 533.10 992/503 65023 11.3
Maruti Suzuki India 5 1903 151.0 1527 86020 7500.6 248.3 80.00 0.0 16.3 1906 19719.8 1435.5 1906Q 19719.8 -12 1435.5 -27 56.20 0 36.60 415.9 188956 6255.15 9470/5447 188926 27.1
9 AUTO - LCVS/HCVS
IND. COMPOSITE 926 113114 6225 15
Ashok Leyland 1 1903 293.6 28 29055 1983.2 6.8 3.10 0.0 23.8 1906 5683.9 230.2 1906Q 5683.9 -9 230.2 -38 51.12 9 29.66 890.7 17687 60.25 135/57 16711 10.3
Eicher Motors 10 1903 27.3 2611 9794 2054.4 752.8 125.00 0.0 28.8 1906 2352.6 498.2 1906Q 2352.6 -8 498.2 -16 49.31 0 37.83 115.9 42004 15392.20 29800/15280 39140 21.4
Force Motors 10 1903 13.2 1468 3652 147.2 111.7 10.00 0.0 7.6 1906 802.4 27.0 1906Q 802.4 -10 27.0 -34 61.85 0 7.62 64.4 1574 1194.25 2622/1001 1533 11.8
*SML Isuzu Ltd. 10 1903 14.5 286 1409 19.6 13.5 3.00 0.5 4.7 1906 471.4 16.7 1906Q 471.4 4 16.7 -17 43.96 0 6.75 30.2 878 606.50 905/520 1044 54.4
Tata Motors Ltd. 2 1903 577.5 76 69203 2020.6 7.0 - 0.8 9.2 1906 13351.9 -97.1 1906Q 13351.9 -21 -97.1 -108 38.37 5 35.33 1098.4 32093 111.15 282/106 48324 43.6
10 AUTO - TRACTORS
IND. COMPOSITE 1335 6831 548 14
Escorts Ltd. 10 1903 122.6 247 6196 484.9 39.6 2.50 0.1 16.0 1906 1423.0 87.5 1906Q 1423.0 -6 87.5 -28 40.24 0 25.92 129.2 5548 452.65 910/423 5588 12.3
*HMT Ltd. 10 1903 1204.1 8 20 17.3 0.1 - 3.2 1.8 1906 2.6 3.5 1906Q 2.6 -13 3.5 -67 93.68 0 0.00 18.2 1397 11.60 25/11 1573 -
VST Tillers Tr 10 1903 8.6 683 615 46.1 53.3 15.00 0.0 7.8 1906 139.7 11.6 1906Q 139.7 -4 11.6 -20 54.30 0 19.87 18.0 814 942.25 2286/901 797 18.8
11 BEARINGS
IND. COMPOSITE 181 10375 1028 27
Menon Bearings L 1 1903 5.6 16 174 25.3 4.5 1.50 0.5 27.9 1906 40.6 4.7 1906Q 40.6 -11 4.7 -34 70.90 12 2.05 14.4 325 58.00 95/56 351 14.2
NRB Bearings Lim 2 1903 19.4 49 940 98.8 10.2 2.60 0.4 20.8 1906 207.9 8.7 1906Q 207.9 -11 8.7 -75 53.00 11 34.43 24.6 864 89.10 224/75 998 11.3
Schaeffler India 10 1812 31.3 866 4562 419.8 134.3 30.00 0.0 15.5 1906 1116.7 82.5 1906H 2289.0 121 188.7 48 74.12 0 17.72 15.6 12517 4004.15 5836/3841 11727 32.4
SKF India 10 1903 49.4 343 3035 335.8 67.9 12.00 0.1 19.8 1906 776.8 77.9 1906Q 776.8 3 77.9 -4 52.57 0 33.90 22.3 9114 1843.55 2165/1620 8601 27.4
*Timken India Ltd 10 1903 75.2 178 1664 148.6 19.8 1.00 0.0 11.1 1906 437.8 50.5 1906Q 437.8 14 50.5 60 67.80 0 10.69 49.2 5254 698.45 758/496 5253 31.1
12 BEVERAGES
IND. COMPOSITE 523 22199 1844 49
G M Breweries Ltd. 10 1903 18.3 201 464 82.3 45.0 3.00 0.0 22.4 1906 118.6 16.3 1906Q 118.6 7 16.3 -27 74.43 0 1.91 20.5 626 342.45XB 804/335 625 8.2
Radico Khaitan Ltd. 2 1903 26.7 99 2097 188.1 14.1 1.20 0.5 14.3 1906 623.6 54.8 1906Q 623.6 21 54.8 16 40.34 5 27.66 62.7 3929 294.50 500/260 4429 20.1
Som Distilleries 10 1903 32.5 96 322 20.1 6.2 1.50 0.2 6.5 1906 138.2 12.9 1906Q 138.2 19 12.9 15 24.14 0 3.17 17.6 387 119.15 247/105 393 17.7
United Breweries Ltd 1 1903 26.4 120 6472 562.8 21.3 2.50 0.0 17.7 1906 2048.5 164.5 1906Q 2048.5 10 164.5 -26 57.72 18 20.25 35.8 34519 1305.55 1494/1083 34556 68.3
United Spirits 2 1903 145.3 43 8981 658.6 9.1 - 0.8 21.0 1906 2218.4 197.4 1906Q 2218.4 10 197.4 143 56.75 3 27.81 116.7 42309 582.25 680/439 44823 54.6
Varun Beverages Ltd. 10 1812 274.0* 94 3862 332.4 12.1 2.50 0.8 12.8 1906 2455.8 382.1 1906H 3441.3 31 437.6 36 73.55 0 20.83 32.2 17560 640.90XB 683/455 19713 39.3
13 CABLES - POWER/OTHE RS
IND. COMPOSITE 199 13554 752 15
KEI Industries 2 1903 15.8 99 4227 181.9 23.0 1.20 1.2 23.3 1906 1081.4 45.8 1906Q 1081.4 22 45.8 42 45.92 0 31.07 42.7 3560 451.00 532/248 4233 18.2
Polycab India 10 1903 148.6 192 7911 501.4 33.7 3.00 0.1 17.6 1906 1921.5 133.5 1906Q 1921.5 15 133.5 67 68.68 0 17.75 118.7 8023 539.75 678/525 7888 14.5
Universal Cables 10 1903 34.7 123 1417 69.0 19.9 2.00 1.0 16.2 1906 426.4 18.7 1906Q 426.4 35 18.7 7 61.88 0 2.63 12.8 477 137.60 349/128 822 6.8
14 CABLES - TELEPHONE
IND. COMPOSITE 123 10036 1048 10
*Finolex Cables 2 1903 30.6 160 3078 344.1 22.5 4.50 0.1 14.1 1906 807.7 81.6 1906Q 807.7 2 81.6 -10 35.85 0 25.76 46.7 5597 365.95 625/351 5671 16.7
*Sterlite Technologie 2 1903 80.6* 39 4863 535.2 13.3 3.50 0.9 33.7 1906 1344.8 137.6 1906Q 1344.8 63 137.6 32 53.81 0 12.90 190.8 4743 117.65 399/97 5974 8.3
*Vindhya Telelink 10 1903 11.9 616 2095 168.7 142.3 12.00 0.9 23.1 1906 418.9 33.1 1906Q 418.9 4 33.1 -1 43.54 0 11.05 10.0 916 773.35 2048/760 1341 5.4
15 CARBON BLACK
IND. COMPOSITE 44 3916 462 6
Oriental Carbon 10 1903 10.0 414 388 73.7 73.8 12.00 0.2 17.8 1906 93.2 22.7 1906Q 93.2 1 22.7 38 51.55 0 23.86 15.3 964 965.45 1225/901 1063 12.1
Phillips Carbon 2 1903 34.5 96 3529 388.5 22.5 3.50 0.5 23.6 1906 911.5 64.7 1906Q 911.5 17 64.7 -34 53.56 0 12.11 99.0 1952 113.25 261/106 2505 5.5
16 CASTINGS AND FORGINGS
IND. COMPOSITE 613 18918 1175 22
*AIA Engineering 2 1903 18.9 337 2838 414.8 44.0 9.00 0.0 13.1 1906 602.2 83.4 1906Q 602.2 -12 83.4 -21 58.46 0 36.34 17.7 15072 1597.95 2026/1460 15172 38.4
Alicon Castalloy 5 1903 6.8 226 1074 50.2 36.8 7.00 0.8 16.3 1906 238.1 4.9 1906Q 238.1 -13 4.9 -57 63.79 0 0.22 5.5 511 374.60 750/343 758 11.7

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

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Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

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Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

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Sales

Sales
NP
*Bharat Forge 2 1903 93.1 116 6520 1071.3 23.0 3.75 0.6 19.8 1906 1346.6 174.1 1906Q 1346.6 -9 174.1 -26 45.76 0 32.37 146.3 18186 390.60 693/379 20856 18.0
Electrosteel Cas 1 1903 40.5 59 2391 -635.9 -15.7 - 0.4 - 1906 627.3 33.7 1906Q 627.3 28 33.7 106 50.62 93 11.95 49.7 553 13.65 24/12 1620 -
M M Forgings Ltd. 10 1903 24.1 181 904 81.4 33.7 5.00 0.9 18.6 1906 214.3 16.3 1906Q 214.3 7 16.3 -12 56.33 0 23.03 9.1 818 338.75XB 711/302 995 10.3
Mahindra CIE Auto 10 1812 379.0 93 2529 35.5 0.9 - 0.0 1.0 1906 540.9 23.4 1906H 1183.5 -6 70.3 -15 67.68 0 17.38 63.3 5261 138.80 302/136 5363 -
Nelcast Ltd. 2 1903 17.4 45 856 38.4 4.4 1.00 0.3 9.7 1906 188.7 7.0 1906Q 188.7 -8 7.0 -39 74.72 0 0.08 21.2 325 37.30 90/33 367 9.5
*Ramkrishna Forgings 10 1903 32.7* 267 1807 119.3 36.5 1.50 1.0 13.7 1906 379.2 13.5 1906Q 379.2 -8 13.5 -51 44.28 15 30.44 9.1 1087 332.85 718/330 1818 10.3
17 CEMENT
IND. COMPOSITE 2715 119965 9162 35
ACC 10 1812 187.8 561 14801 1506.6 80.2 14.00 0.0 14.3 1906 4149.7 451.3 1906H 8068.8 8 789.7 38 54.52 0 30.80 97.6 27585 1468.95 1768/1322 24585 16.0
Ambuja Cements Ltd. 2 1812 397.1 106 11357 1487.0 7.5 1.50 0.0 7.1 1906 2978.3 412.1 1906H 5905.9 0 839.0 9 63.11 0 28.74 169.7 39187 197.35 245/189 35896 25.2
Anjani Portland 10 1903 25.3 96 437 23.2 9.2 2.50 0.0 9.6 1906 122.8 16.6 1906Q 122.8 20 16.6 175 74.99 0 0.12 7.1 350 138.50 192/92 345 10.4
Birla Corporation Lt 10 1903 77.0 549 4424 137.8 17.9 7.50 0.4 3.3 1906 1298.1 102.2 1906Q 1298.1 19 102.2 146 62.89 0 17.56 45.0 4172 541.80 793/440 5684 21.0
*Century Textiles 10 1903 111.7 296 3941 681.1 61.0 7.50 0.1 20.6 1906 874.4 193.5 1906Q 874.4 -60 193.5 19 50.20 0 27.70 62.1 9233 826.60 1067/707 9651 13.0
*Dalmia Bharat L 2 1903 38.6 393 164 101.0 5.2 - 0.0 1.3 1906 39.0 7.0 1906Q 39.0 11 7.0 -53 54.26 0 20.64 38.1 17622 913.25 1220/900 17609 189.5
Deccan Cements 5 1903 7.0 290 651 46.1 32.9 1.50 0.1 11.3 1906 182.0 23.3 1906Q 182.0 13 23.3 106 56.18 0 15.87 6.7 494 352.40 487/326 452 8.5
Heidelberg Cement In 10 1903 226.6 52 2051 220.7 9.7 4.00 0.4 18.8 1906 589.2 79.0 1906Q 589.2 29 79.0 55 69.38 0 18.60 53.3 4223 186.35 218/122 4480 17.0
India Cements Lt 10 1903 309.9 169 5628 69.4 2.2 0.80 0.6 1.3 1906 1468.8 72.2 1906Q 1468.8 8 72.2 243 28.20 27 38.31 158.0 2193 70.75 128/68 5157 18.2
JK Cement 10 1903 77.3 374 4981 324.9 42.0 10.00 0.7 11.2 1906 1328.0 153.8 1906Q 1328.0 19 153.8 212 58.06 0 35.06 66.0 7678 993.70 1075/650 9309 17.9
JK Lakshmi Cement L 5 1903 58.8 129 3882 79.6 6.8 0.75 0.9 5.2 1906 1041.9 39.4 1906Q 1041.9 13 39.4 187 45.94 0 29.44 67.1 3762 319.70 396/250 5063 35.8
KCP Ltd. 1 1903 12.9 38 1141 39.5 3.1 1.00 0.8 8.1 1906 256.2 24.5 1906Q 256.2 -8 24.5 126 44.12 0 6.43 22.1 913 70.80 105/62 1281 17.2
Mangalam Cement 10 1903 26.7 189 1195 -9.7 -3.6 0.50 0.5 - 1906 333.2 33.2 1906Q 333.2 31 33.2 317 18.68 0 10.55 17.4 639 239.20 288/174 896 -
NCL Industries 10 1903 45.2 110 980 46.8 10.3 2.50 0.5 9.4 1906 286.4 29.0 1906Q 286.4 20 29.0 368 40.32 3 19.57 34.2 476 105.20 175/98 679 6.8
Orient Cement Ltd. 1 1903 20.5 51 2522 47.6 2.3 0.75 1.2 4.5 1906 687.8 55.9 1906Q 687.8 7 55.9 249 37.36 12 35.03 29.3 1683 82.15 125/62 2913 19.2
Prism Johnson 10 1903 503.4 23 5956 146.0 2.9 0.50 1.0 12.8 1906 1507.7 65.6 1906Q 1507.7 1 65.6 -7 74.87 0 11.50 77.8 4213 83.70 118/62 5311 29.8
Rain Industries 2 1812 67.3 27 105 60.5 1.8 1.00 0.4 6.6 1906 7.1 2.8 1906H 18.7 -63 3.0 -89 41.09 0 15.05 141.0 2703 80.35 215/77 3027 75.5
Sagar Cements 10 1903 21.9* 411 902 26.6 12.1 2.50 0.3 2.9 1906 254.4 24.5 1906Q 254.4 28 24.5 246 50.06 7 17.26 10.8 1234 562.40 785/529 1412 28.0
Shree Cement 10 1903 34.8 2755 11722 951.0 273.0 60.00 0.3 9.9 1906 3036.4 363.0 1906Q 3036.4 -1 363.0 30 64.78 0 19.06 31.1 64033 18380.75 22200/13125 66503 61.9
Star Cement 1 1903 41.9 25 1695 255.9 6.1 - 0.5 24.3 1906 445.4 58.4 1906Q 445.4 1 58.4 -32 67.94 0 10.27 16.6 3853 91.90 138/85 4228 16.9
The Ramco Cements 1 1903 23.6 189 5146 505.9 21.5 3.00 0.3 11.3 1906 1383.9 192.0 1906Q 1383.9 13 192.0 54 42.74 2 34.89 27.0 16972 720.45 845/546 18294 29.6
Udaipur Cement Works 4 1903 124.6 5 579 -40.7 -1.3 - 3.1 - 1906 201.7 13.8 1906Q 201.7 57 13.8 226 74.95 0 0.46 29.3 405 13.02 18/11 877 -
UltraTech Cement 10 1903 274.7* 1018 35704 2455.7 89.4 11.50 0.6 8.8 1906 9794.8 1198.7 1906Q 9794.8 13 1198.7 100 61.68 0 27.26 250.4 106044 3861.05 4904/3264 123002 34.7
18 CEMENT - PRODUCTS/B UIL DING MA TERIALS
IND. COMPOSITE 308 7610 445 12
Everest Industries L 10 1903 15.6 290 1404 64.2 41.1 7.50 0.2 14.2 1906 431.5 25.1 1906Q 431.5 4 25.1 -14 48.09 0 5.52 22.5 488 312.15 598/290 553 8.1
*HIL 10 1903 7.5 866 1482 101.5 135.9 25.00 0.5 15.7 1906 455.7 33.1 1906Q 455.7 -8 33.1 -36 40.94 0 10.68 21.4 888 1188.65 2600/1100 1224 10.8
*Indian Hume Pipe 2 1903 9.7 107 1629 86.3 17.8 3.60 0.7 16.6 1906 463.2 20.9 1906Q 463.2 39 20.9 23 69.92 0 4.13 19.2 1194 246.50 370/220 1511 13.2
Ramco Industries 1 1903 8.7 85 898 73.2 8.4 0.50 0.3 9.9 1906 296.0 25.7 1906Q 296.0 -3 25.7 19 54.02 8 5.76 15.6 1463 168.85 255/160 1643 18.9
Sanghi Industrie 10 1903 251.0 66 1061 52.6 2.1 - 0.4 3.2 1906 274.1 38.4 1906Q 274.1 -0 38.4 93 65.71 99 17.44 26.7 1231 49.05 90/47 1517 17.3
*Visaka Indus. 10 1903 15.9 315 1136 67.4 42.4 7.00 0.5 13.5 1906 352.8 23.1 1906Q 352.8 2 23.1 -24 41.69 36 3.11 23.2 474 298.70 620/261 680 7.9
19 CERAMICS/TILES/SANI TARYWARE
IND. COMPOSITE 75 9480 485 26
Asian Granito India 10 1903 30.1 126 1005 7.3 2.4 0.60 0.4 1.9 1906 252.0 6.3 1906Q 252.0 21 6.3 141 34.10 0 9.89 21.9 627 208.25 273/130 760 56.9
Cera Sanitaryware L 5 1903 6.5 538 1344 115.1 88.5 13.00 0.0 16.4 1906 267.4 19.1 1906Q 267.4 -5 19.1 -7 54.74 0 19.96 21.8 3108 2389.90 3180/2151 3116 27.4
HSIL Ltd. 2 1903 14.5 209 2710 70.5 9.7 3.00 0.8 4.7 1906 439.0 14.3 1906Q 439.0 -19 14.3 583 48.92 0 25.31 34.0 403 55.80 330/56 1323 4.9
Kajaria Ceramics 1 1903 15.9 99 2726 245.9 15.5 3.00 0.0 15.7 1906 639.7 57.0 1906Q 639.7 4 57.0 13 47.57 0 36.24 65.8 7413 466.35 649/316 7175 29.4
Somany Ceramics Ltd. 2 1903 8.5 140 1696 46.3 10.9 2.00 0.5 7.8 1906 387.1 8.7 1906Q 387.1 7 8.7 4 51.46 0 26.08 12.6 1159 273.55 511/254 1408 24.8
20 CHEMICALS
IND. COMPOSITE 820 45138 5495 23
Aarti Ind. Ltd 5 1903 43.6 308 4858 469.3 53.9 11.00 1.2 17.5 1906 1086.1 137.4 1906Q 1086.1 1 137.4 54 48.71 0 23.45 38.5 12971 1488.95CB 1899/1106 14832 25.1
Alkyl Amines Che 5 1903 10.2 179 846 83.7 41.1 8.00 0.5 22.9 1906 266.2 35.1 1906Q 266.2 49 35.1 99 74.19 0 0.87 8.8 1494 732.30 910/525 1641 14.8
Andhra Petro 10 1903 85.0 27 666 69.8 8.2 1.50 0.0 30.8 1906 144.3 13.9 1906Q 144.3 -13 13.9 -56 45.05 0 0.04 73.4 333 39.20 99/36 336 6.4
Balaji Amines Li 2 1903 6.5 177 950 118.1 36.4 2.80 0.2 20.5 1906 231.4 20.0 1906Q 231.4 -11 20.0 -41 53.45 0 1.84 16.1 812 250.55 601/210 886 7.8
BASF India Lt 10 1903 43.3 326 6026 81.7 18.9 5.00 0.6 5.8 1906 1613.8 8.2 1906Q 1613.8 -1 8.2 -66 73.33 0 11.06 39.5 4439 1025.50 2042/974 5303 67.8
Camlin Fine Sciences 1 1903 12.1 29 548 10.7 0.9 - 0.6 3.1 1906 143.6 1.6 1906Q 143.6 33 1.6 -69 22.55 21 20.19 35.3 652 53.75 81/37 855 -
Chembond Chemica 5 1903 6.7 171 156 6.3 4.7 2.00 0.0 2.8 1906 21.6 3.5 1906Q 21.6 -64 3.5 -12 63.90 0 0.35 3.3 313 233.00 437/215 311 53.3
Deepak Nitrite 2 1903 27.3 78 1792 138.0 10.1 2.00 0.3 13.0 1906 550.4 107.3 1906Q 550.4 31 107.3 393 44.85 0 27.03 41.1 3729 273.40 338/205 3989 16.7
Elantas Beck India L 10 1812 7.9 428 409 65.8 83.0 4.50 0.0 19.4 1906 107.0 12.8 1906H 205.5 3 24.8 -39 74.99 0 9.05 6.8 1682 2121.90 2455/1725 1672 33.7
Fairchem Speciality 10 1903 39.1 26 250 21.5 5.5 2.50 0.7 21.0 1906 71.2 5.1 1906Q 71.2 13 5.1 13 74.05 0 2.17 7.7 1833 469.30 574/320 1889 83.0
Fine Organic Indus 5 1903 15.3 166 1044 129.0 42.1 - 0.2 25.4 1906 243.5 37.4 1906Q 243.5 1 37.4 1 75.00 0 21.15 20.6 4338 1414.80 1648/890 4348 33.5
Foseco India Lim 10 1812 6.4 244 362 32.0 50.2 25.00 0.0 20.5 1906 86.3 9.3 1906H 170.5 -6 17.9 9 74.98 0 0.07 8.2 748 1170.75 1815/1142 655 22.3
*Galaxy Surfacta. 10 1903 35.5 221 1996 168.4 47.5 8.00 0.2 21.5 1906 470.7 37.0 1906Q 470.7 -9 37.0 -9 70.92 0 13.66 45.7 4616 1302.05 1405/885 4729 28.0
GFL L 1 1903 11.0 429 2731 1277.3 116.3 3.50 0.2 27.1 1906 0.0 7.8 1906Q 0.0 40 7.8 -93 68.32 0 9.95 12.9 748 68.05 1141/68 1426 0.6
Grauer & Weil 1 1903 22.7 18 599 63.7 2.8 0.60 0.0 15.9 1906 130.9 15.4 1906Q 130.9 10 15.4 -22 68.98 0 0.00 25.6 1101 48.55 64/43 987 18.5
*Himadri Speciality 1 1903 41.9 40 2377 307.3 7.3 0.15 0.4 18.3 1906 523.7 73.2 1906Q 523.7 -13 73.2 -4 48.92 0 4.44 85.6 3196 76.35 147/63 3760 10.5
I G Petrochemicals 10 1903 30.8 204 1304 116.5 37.8 4.00 0.1 18.5 1906 247.9 9.1 1906Q 247.9 -29 9.1 -77 68.90 0 6.22 31.4 461 149.55 516/149 469 5.4
India Glycols 10 1903 31.0 347 3356 148.2 47.9 6.00 0.7 13.8 1906 866.6 38.8 1906Q 866.6 13 38.8 -8 61.01 0 2.98 35.7 591 191.00 540/179 1226 4.1
Jayant Agro Org 5 1903 15.0 106 798 47.5 15.8 4.38 0.7 15.0 1906 239.0 8.8 1906Q 239.0 25 8.8 -14 65.39 0 0.25 11.5 432 143.95 318/113 615 9.4
National Peroxid 10 1903 5.7 1070 402 153.0 266.3 65.00 0.0 24.9 1906 57.1 14.5 1906Q 57.1 -46 14.5 -66 70.76 3 0.03 16.4 789 1372.05 5539/1272 785 6.3
Navin Fluorine Inter 2 1903 9.9 214 955 148.5 30.0 1.26 0.0 14.0 1906 241.8 39.5 1906Q 241.8 -1 39.5 -0 31.03 5 34.28 78.3 3394 686.20 823/570 3372 22.9
*Neogen Chemicals 10 1903 23.3 32 239 21.0 9.0 - 1.6 28.5 1906 64.4 5.5 1906Q 64.4 - 5.5 - 69.99 0 18.62 7.9 726 311.05 412/241 804 -
Oriental Aromatics 5 1903 16.8 116 753 49.9 14.8 1.00 0.4 12.7 1906 211.7 18.6 1906Q 211.7 44 18.6 68 74.16 0 0.22 15.5 623 185.00XB 325/168 750 11.2
*Panama Petrochem 2 1903 12.1 62 1078 38.0 6.3 0.67 0.1 10.2 1906 221.7 5.5 1906Q 221.7 -11 5.5 -21 50.49 0 0.83 11.3 393 64.95 147/64 397 10.8
Paushak Ltd. 10 1903 3.1 576 140 39.0 126.4 5.00 0.0 21.9 1906 35.9 10.0 1906Q 35.9 20 10.0 -30 66.70 0 0.00 8.2 666 2160.85 3319/1690 665 19.2
Pidilite Inds. 1 1903 50.8 82 6095 979.4 19.3 6.50 0.0 23.4 1906 1779.1 287.6 1906Q 1779.1 11 287.6 8 69.75 0 19.36 118.3 69116 1360.60 1390/898 68999 69.1
S H Kelkar & Company 10 1903 144.6 41 694 45.0 3.1 - 0.0 7.5 1906 176.9 7.1 1906Q 176.9 11 7.1 -27 56.90 7 24.19 26.2 1708 118.10 248/105 1722 40.4
Seya Industries 10 1903 24.6 378 413 88.5 36.0 1.50 0.7 9.5 1906 98.2 23.4 1906Q 98.2 -7 23.4 27 74.53 15 8.23 10.5 984 399.80 714/382 1493 10.3

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)

(23/08/2019)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Thirumalai Chem. 1 1903 10.2 57 994 96.1 9.4 2.00 0.1 16.5 1906 237.8 15.5 1906Q 237.8 21 15.5 -38 41.62 0 2.53 49.6 572 55.85 164/51 570 6.6
Transpek Indus. 10 1903 5.6 558 595 65.7 117.7 20.00 0.7 21.1 1906 112.6 3.4 1906Q 112.6 -4 3.4 -67 58.86 0 7.15 9.1 703 1259.00 1730/1077 882 12.0
Valiant Organics 10 1903 12.1 212 606 133.2 109.7 12.00 0.0 51.8 - - - - - - - - 46.14 0 0.37 1.1 1458 1200.00 2000/985 1447 -
Vinati Organics 2 1903 10.3 205 1108 282.5 55.0 7.00 0.0 26.9 1906 290.7 82.4 1906Q 290.7 10 82.4 28 74.00 0 10.30 22.2 10572 2057.20 2277/1112 10572 35.2
21 CHEMICALS - CHLRO A LKALI
IND. COMPOSITE 454 11589 2126 9
GHCL 10 1903 98.2* 199 3371 361.0 36.8 5.00 0.7 18.5 1906 875.9 103.5 1906Q 875.9 16 103.5 68 18.86 1 32.61 58.5 1886 192.00 277/179 3006 4.7
Guj. Alkalie & C 10 1903 73.4 585 3161 689.6 93.9 8.00 0.1 16.1 1906 748.6 158.9 1906Q 748.6 -1 158.9 -13 46.27 0 9.85 54.7 2852 388.35 647/376 2952 4.3
Tata Chemicals 10 1903 254.8 463 4081 909.7 35.7 12.50 0.0 7.7 1906 1031.4 254.5 1906Q 1031.4 4 254.5 -1 30.62 0 48.37 175.1 14083 552.80 782/544 12996 15.5
*The Andhra Sugars 10 U1903 27.1 389 975 165.7 61.1 - 0.3 15.7 1906 284.1 46.6 1906Q 284.1 15 46.6 9 81.69 0 4.22 15.0 741 273.30 486/260 993 4.4
22 COMPRESSORS
IND. COMPOSITE 60 2626 221 28
Elgi Equipments 1 1903 15.8 42 1177 84.7 5.3 1.30 0.1 12.8 1906 277.7 13.9 1906Q 277.7 6 13.9 -36 31.90 0 29.36 18.6 3828 241.60 305/219 3818 49.7
Ingersoll Rand 10 1903 31.6 133 739 80.9 25.6 6.00 0.0 19.3 1906 191.2 19.1 1906Q 191.2 17 19.1 -8 73.99 0 6.50 30.3 1878 594.95 671/492 1108 23.7
Kirloskar Pneumatic 2 1903 12.8 77 710 55.3 8.6 2.50 0.0 11.2 1906 180.1 3.5 1906Q 180.1 34 3.5 70 53.75 0 25.37 24.0 1051 163.60 210/138 1019 18.5
23 COMPUTER - HARDAWAR E
IND. COMPOSITE 101 17725 206 22
Control Print Ltd. 10 1903 16.3 124 175 30.0 18.4 6.50 0.0 14.8 1906 51.2 7.6 1906Q 51.2 17 7.6 -12 53.46 0 19.91 11.7 403 246.60 401/190 399 13.9
D-Link (India) 2 1903 7.1 56 700 23.6 6.6 1.00 0.0 11.8 1906 183.7 7.6 1906Q 183.7 5 7.6 590 51.01 0 0.78 24.4 313 88.20 108/62 301 10.4
Redington (India) Lt 2 1903 77.8 41 16851 152.1 3.9 3.30 0.5 9.5 1906 4075.8 34.6 1906Q 4075.8 14 34.6 31 0.00 0 56.41 23.9 3978 102.25 115/64 4688 24.8
24 COMPUTER - SOFTWARE
IND. COMPOSITE 7268 345915 73373 23
63 Moons Technologie 2 1903 9.2 620 147 0.1 0.0 2.00 0.0 0.0 1906 32.6 -1.6 1906Q 32.6 -22 -1.6 -105 45.63 0 5.90 48.3 532 115.50 185/62 66 -
Accelya Solutions In 10 1806 14.9 116 344 94.7 63.5 46.00 0.0 54.5 1903 93.4 23.0 1903N 284.1 11 79.1 4 74.65 0 5.76 21.1 1086 727.85 1088/699 1080 11.1
*AGC Networks 10 1903 29.7 31 307 1.3 0.4 - 1.4 1.4 1906 81.8 -4.0 1906Q 81.8 14 -4.0 -227 64.28 34 12.60 8.2 370 124.55 131/46 486 -
Allsec Technologies 10 1903 15.2 115 153 9.5 6.2 10.00 0.0 5.4 1906 43.1 5.2 1906Q 43.1 26 5.2 -2 66.35 0 4.93 5.3 398 260.95 327/151 385 42.3
Aptech Ltd. 10 1903 39.9 70 209 18.2 4.6 3.50 0.0 6.5 1906 33.7 0.0 1906Q 33.7 -3 0.0 - 49.42 0 9.09 62.3 498 124.80 244/112 456 81.8
Birlasoft 2 1903 55.3* 43 1002 167.6 6.1 2.00 0.2 14.1 1906 343.8 29.9 1906Q 343.8 -18 29.9 -49 41.11 69 37.50 61.9 1699 61.45 315/57 1796 12.3
CESC Ventures 10 1903 26.5 571 63 65.8 24.8 - 0.0 4.3 1906 15.4 2.1 1906Q 15.4 0 2.1 30 49.91 0 23.54 46.5 927 349.80 657/343 863 14.0
Cigniti Technologies 10 1903 27.7 86 262 59.7 21.6 - 0.0 25.0 1906 74.6 14.0 1906Q 74.6 18 14.0 26 36.31 0 0.24 4.5 720 260.20 460/240 679 11.5
Cyient Ltd. 5 1903 55.6* 201 1615 440.7 39.6 15.00 0.0 19.7 1906 372.6 68.0 1906Q 372.6 -3 68.0 -14 22.73 0 65.75 40.5 4880 439.00 821/417 4154 11.4
*Datamatics Global Se 5 1903 29.5 81 390 29.2 5.0 1.00 0.1 6.1 1906 101.1 8.7 1906Q 101.1 14 8.7 22 73.45 0 0.42 20.1 384 65.20 154/63 422 12.5
eClerx Services 10 1903 37.0 352 1140 209.6 56.7 1.00 0.0 16.1 1906 277.7 33.8 1906Q 277.7 -1 33.8 -35 50.75 0 39.00 40.1 1718 464.65 1231/453 1338 9.0
Firstsource Solution 10 1903 693.0 33 768 199.0 2.9 2.00 0.0 8.8 1906 207.6 48.6 1906Q 207.6 3 48.6 3 53.96 0 19.95 165.9 3278 47.30 77/39 3268 16.4
HCL Technologies 2 1903 271.3* 224 26012 8185.0 60.3 8.00 0.0 26.9 1906 6765.0 1793.0 1906Q 6765.0 13 1793.0 -10 60.00 0 36.60 149.9 147389 1086.65 1190/920 141148 18.4
Hexaware Technologie 2 1812 59.7* 55 1794 453.0 15.2 8.50 0.0 27.6 1906 500.6 114.3 1906H 1012.0 23 232.9 13 62.52 0 28.64 78.7 11513 385.90 500/295 11365 24.0
Hinduja Global Solut 10 1903 20.8* 756 2196 230.5 110.6 10.00 0.1 14.6 1906 561.8 35.7 1906Q 561.8 8 35.7 -32 67.30 0 11.22 12.5 1138 546.00 911/535 1230 5.3
*Infibeam Avenues 1 1903 66.3 39 545 38.9 0.6 - 0.0 1.5 1906 169.1 10.0 1906Q 169.1 85 10.0 172 35.65 21 7.94 74.3 2630 39.65 243/28 2578 -
Infosys 5 1903 2147.5 146 73107 14702.0 34.2 21.50 0.0 23.4 1906 19131.0 3569.0 1906Q 19131.0 12 3569.0 2 13.04 0 56.33 926.7 344419 801.90XB 810/601 328868 23.3
Intellect Design 5 1903 66.0* 70 931 137.1 10.4 - 0.2 14.7 1906 175.3 -0.5 1906Q 175.3 -10 -0.5 -101 31.46 0 24.91 50.2 2859 216.60 292/151 2897 36.6
Jump Networks 5 1903 50.0 13 67 0.4 0.0 0.01 0.0 0.3 1906 8.2 0.0 1906Q 8.2 -64 0.0 -94 1.83 0 0.45 3.2 557 55.75 62/21 557 -
KPIT Technologies 10 1903 274.1 34 230 74.4 2.7 - - 8.0 1906 208.3 31.4 1906Q 208.3 - 31.4 261667 41.59 12 34.30 55.9 2492 90.90 118/69 2492 23.5
L&T Infotech 1 1903 17.4* 271 8907 1475.1 84.9 28.00 0.0 31.3 1906 2318.5 381.8 1906Q 2318.5 14 381.8 10 74.79 0 14.89 129.0 27852 1603.10 1990/1437 27636 18.4
Majesco L 5 1903 14.2 190 10 12.2 4.3 1.50 0.0 2.3 1906 2.5 14.7 1906Q 2.5 -51 14.7 316 38.66 4 22.25 22.6 1190 419.20 588/400 1160 51.1
Mastek Li 5 1903 12.0* 102 189 30.5 12.7 8.50 0.0 12.5 1906 44.2 3.1 1906Q 44.2 -7 3.1 -65 45.67 0 17.76 22.9 779 324.50 644/303 768 31.3
MindTree Ltd. 10 1903 164.6* 201 7022 754.0 45.8 33.00 0.0 22.8 1906 1834.2 92.7 1906Q 1834.2 15 92.7 -42 13.30 0 44.53 74.5 11663 708.70 1182/653 11409 16.7
MphasiS Ltd. 10 1903 186.3* 175 3434 769.4 41.3 27.00 0.1 23.6 1906 960.3 205.8 1906Q 960.3 16 205.8 21 52.23 0 37.91 59.1 18302 982.20 1278/855 18394 22.7
Newgen Software Tech 10 1903 69.6 70 552 95.8 13.8 3.00 0.2 19.8 1906 113.6 1.7 1906Q 113.6 25 1.7 -25 66.00 0 19.12 22.7 2019 290.10 371/205 1946 21.2
*NIIT Ltd. 2 1903 33.5* 49 369 16.4 1.0 5.00 0.1 2.0 1906 94.5 1164.5 1906Q 94.5 21 1164.5 35185 31.52 0 32.06 63.4 1481 88.30 117/61 1587 1.3
NIIT Technologies 10 1903 61.8 276 1999 299.0 48.3 - 0.0 17.5 1906 538.2 111.6 1906Q 538.2 21 111.6 -18 33.91 0 52.61 37.2 8507 1375.55 1425/1031 8456 30.9
Nucleus Software 10 1903 29.0 162 397 75.6 26.0 9.00 0.0 16.1 1906 102.3 22.8 1906Q 102.3 11 22.8 -18 67.58 0 9.57 16.4 931 320.65 466/286 879 13.2
Oracle Financial Ser 5 1903 42.9* 452 3698 1282.5 149.4 - 0.0 33.0 1906 934.6 346.9 1906Q 934.6 -5 346.9 -7 73.48 0 19.35 25.9 25918 3019.80 4655/2833 24212 20.6
Persistent Systems 10 1903 77.0 288 1960 315.0 40.9 11.00 0.0 14.2 1906 495.4 83.4 1906Q 495.4 7 83.4 -10 31.66 0 41.82 53.9 4157 540.05 915/472 3636 13.6
*Quick Heal Technolog 10 1903 64.2 123 313 84.0 13.1 2.00 0.0 10.6 1906 57.1 12.1 1906Q 57.1 8 12.1 88 72.83 0 2.61 54.9 675 105.20 287/101 545 7.5
R Systems Internat. 1 1812 12.0 22 317 31.0 2.6 0.60 0.0 11.5 1906 99.7 11.4 1906H 192.8 34 23.2 171 51.28 0 0.02 12.7 479 39.80 56/31 433 10.4
Ramco Systems Lt 10 1903 30.6 264 316 51.9 17.0 - 0.0 6.4 1906 83.0 15.2 1906Q 83.0 12 15.2 9 54.71 0 20.97 13.9 510 166.80 385/161 544 9.6
Sasken Technologies 10 1903 17.1 410 415 94.0 55.0 12.50 0.0 13.4 1906 110.6 21.0 1906Q 110.6 2 21.0 -31 42.40 0 18.72 25.8 831 485.45 1050/473 826 9.8
*Sonata Software 1 1903 10.5 51 829 172.4 16.4 12.75 0.0 32.3 1906 208.8 37.2 1906Q 208.8 8 37.2 -13 28.17 0 23.83 40.1 3306 314.35 429/266 3220 19.8
Take Solutions Ltd. 1 1903 14.8 52 22 17.4 1.2 1.00 0.0 2.3 1906 0.5 1.6 1906Q 0.5 21 1.6 -93 66.88 0 13.37 26.0 1479 99.95 211/94 1326 -
Tanla Solutions 1 1903 14.1* 50 809 17.1 1.2 0.35 0.0 2.4 1906 271.9 -84.5 1906Q 271.9 74 -84.5 -2648 33.22 0 16.38 53.9 769 54.60 76/28 633 -
Tata Consultancy 1 1903 375.2 210 123170 30065.0 80.1 30.00 0.0 38.1 1906 32657.0 8714.0 1906Q 32657.0 11 8714.0 22 72.04 3 23.74 712.2 843367 2247.55XB 2291/1784 834500 26.7
Tata Elxsi Ltd. 10 1903 62.3 151 1597 290.0 46.6 8.00 0.0 30.8 1906 361.7 48.8 1906Q 361.7 -5 48.8 -31 44.52 0 14.05 128.2 4042 649.10 1470/593 3527 15.1
Tech Mahindra Ltd. 5 1903 492.6* 210 27220 4380.4 44.5 14.00 0.0 21.2 1906 6858.7 822.7 1906Q 6858.7 9 822.7 -10 35.90 0 50.79 471.3 67309 683.20 846/608 66105 15.7
*Vakrangee 1 1903 105.9 24 1450 20.2 0.2 0.25 0.0 0.8 1906 110.6 6.4 1906Q 110.6 -89 6.4 -50 41.71 0 20.21 155.6 2802 26.45 71/22 1363 -
Wipro Ltd 2 1903 1207.1 82 48124 7614.0 12.6 2.00 0.1 15.4 1906 12061.3 2014.1 1906Q 12061.3 4 2014.1 5 73.83 0 15.09 515.8 151699 251.35XB 302/215 146383 19.7
Xchanging Solutions 10 1903 111.4 18 52 16.5 1.5 - 0.0 8.1 1906 10.9 7.1 1906Q 10.9 -20 7.1 100 75.00 0 5.11 14.9 563 50.50 64/34 557 28.1
Zen Technologies Ltd 1 1903 7.7 18 92 19.2 2.5 0.30 0.0 13.6 1906 48.8 16.9 1906Q 48.8 823 16.9 509 59.48 33 0.15 11.5 404 52.35 94/49 364 9.8
*Zensar Technologies 2 1903 45.0 65 1370 258.0 11.5 2.80 0.0 17.5 1906 337.1 47.6 1906Q 337.1 -2 47.6 -20 48.88 0 42.23 26.2 5065 224.90 352/196 4938 20.6
25 CONSTRUCTIONS
IND. COMPOSITE 7037 199356 12198 23
*Ahluwalia Contra 2 1903 13.4 110 1752 117.3 17.5 0.30 0.0 15.9 1906 316.8 17.8 1906Q 316.8 -22 17.8 -37 57.95 41 37.96 6.1 2048 305.75 385/244 1953 19.2
Ajmera Realty & Infr 10 1903 35.5 161 354 66.2 18.6 3.30 0.6 11.6 1906 92.9 8.3 1906Q 92.9 186 8.3 -21 74.99 5 0.27 32.7 378 106.45 234/98 675 5.9
*Anant Raj Ltd. 2 1903 59.0 143 457 46.4 1.6 0.24 0.4 1.1 1906 86.3 3.8 1906Q 86.3 0 3.8 23 63.49 0 8.23 50.8 732 24.80 54/23 2515 15.5
*Ashiana Housing Ltd. 2 1903 20.5 77 291 17.7 1.7 0.25 0.2 2.3 1906 53.3 -4.8 1906Q 53.3 -59 -4.8 -129 61.03 0 8.86 24.5 1104 107.90 154/104 1212 -
Ashoka Buildcon Ltd. 5 1903 140.4 79 3821 286.2 10.2 - 0.1 12.9 1906 876.8 64.7 1906Q 876.8 28 64.7 1 54.25 0 35.35 28.0 2991 106.55XB 155/93 2993 10.4
Bharat Road Network 10 1903 84.0 140 11 14.3 1.7 0.50 0.1 1.2 1906 1.0 6.2 1906Q 1.0 -41 6.2 -14 53.75 22 1.34 12.7 571 68.00 166/61 697 43.1

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Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(23/08/19)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
*Brigade Enterprises 10 1903 136.2* 169 1806 234.2 17.2 2.00 0.7 10.2 1906 507.3 64.0 1906Q 507.3 -4 64.0 -4 46.84 0 28.47 52.4 3674 269.75CB 292/157 5203 15.9
Capacit'e Infraproje 10 1903 67.9 124 1788 95.6 14.1 1.00 0.2 11.3 1906 411.2 23.8 1906Q 411.2 3 23.8 5 43.78 0 14.76 50.3 1202 177.00 295/156 1065 12.4
*Dilip Buildcon Ltd. 10 1903 136.8 234 9118 764.9 55.9 1.00 1.1 23.9 1906 2288.0 125.2 1906Q 2288.0 -6 125.2 -51 75.63 28 14.61 61.7 4881 356.85 860/312 7490 7.7
DLF Ltd. 2 1903 495.1* 93 3295 687.6 2.8 2.00 0.3 3.0 1906 504.7 782.6 1906Q 504.7 42 782.6 3651 74.94 0 19.12 313.4 37637 152.05 223/137 40227 25.2
Eldeco Housing & 10 1903 2.0 834 108 28.5 144.7 17.50 0.0 17.4 1906 34.7 6.3 1906Q 34.7 62 6.3 12 54.82 0 0.00 1.8 374 1901.40 2300/925 342 12.8
*Gayatri Projects 2 1903 37.4 71 3463 210.8 11.3 - 1.6 15.9 1906 984.1 54.8 1906Q 984.1 20 54.8 9 44.95 98 40.58 9.5 2043 109.15 211/103 3563 9.5
Godrej Properties Lt 5 1903 126.0 106 1434 209.3 8.3 - 1.3 7.9 1906 610.1 130.0 1906Q 610.1 595 130.0 1315 64.45 0 23.09 42.0 22478 891.90 1118/462 25712 64.2
HG Infra Engineering 10 1903 65.2 101 2010 123.6 19.0 - 0.6 18.7 1906 526.1 34.4 1906Q 526.1 17 34.4 27 73.74 0 18.11 14.4 1344 206.30 307/170 1416 10.3
Hind.ConstructionCo. 1 1903 151.3* 9 4341 -1961.8 -13.0 - 1.2 - 1906 831.1 -15.1 1906Q 831.1 -11 -15.1 24 34.86 92 36.11 242.9 1157 7.65 17/6 4271 -
*Indiabulls Integrate 2 1903 17.9 183 0 21.9 2.4 - 0.4 1.3 1906 0.0 -0.3 1906Q 0.0 -86 -0.3 -114 43.25 0 23.37 50.6 778 87.10 785/87 1029 40.1
*Indiabulls Real Esta 2 1903 90.9 144 117 106.0 2.3 - 0.4 1.6 1906 17.8 -56.1 1906Q 17.8 270 -56.1 -100 23.35 0 24.78 107.8 3028 66.60 159/62 5389 38.9
IRB Infrastructure 10 1903 351.4 75 3385 328.8 9.4 2.50 1.9 12.5 1906 879.2 55.3 1906Q 879.2 -6 55.3 -22 57.53 0 32.60 96.1 2755 78.40 198/75 6622 8.8
*ITD Cementation Indi 1 1903 17.2 59 2283 81.9 3.8 0.40 0.7 8.0 1906 538.0 16.7 1906Q 538.0 19 16.7 -42 46.63 0 32.82 35.0 1216 70.80 146/66 1554 28.2
J Kumar Infraproject 5 1903 37.8 220 2787 177.1 23.4 2.25 0.3 10.6 1906 667.7 40.9 1906Q 667.7 8 40.9 2 44.12 24 23.02 22.8 919 121.50 275/104 887 5.2
JaiprakashAssociates 2 1903 486.5 36 6833 -773.9 -3.2 - 0.5 - 1906 1199.9 -158.8 1906Q 1199.9 -29 -158.8 44 38.91 20 12.59 581.0 511 2.10 13/2 5561 -
JMC Projects 2 1903 33.6 55 3253 142.1 8.5 0.70 0.7 15.4 1906 903.9 35.5 1906Q 903.9 31 35.5 34 67.18 0 17.59 10.0 1914 114.00 150/67 2495 12.7
*KNR Constructions 2 1903 28.1 101 2137 263.3 18.7 0.40 0.2 18.6 1906 464.6 47.7 1906Q 464.6 -16 47.7 -36 55.17 0 33.32 28.4 3215 228.65 303/163 3383 13.6
Kolte-Patil Develope 10 1903 75.8 104 462 79.4 10.5 2.40 0.3 10.1 1906 379.9 76.1 1906Q 379.9 372 76.1 345 74.63 0 14.34 36.9 1594 210.20 317/196 1794 11.5
L&T 2 1903 280.7* 373 86988 6677.7 47.6 14.00 0.2 12.7 1906 16498.9 1392.0 1906Q 16498.9 9 1392.0 53 0.00 0 56.62 1021.3 180599 1287.00 1607/1183 183344 25.2
Mahindra Lifespace D 10 1903 51.4* 341 486 58.6 11.4 6.00 0.1 3.3 1906 83.6 9.7 1906Q 83.6 -37 9.7 -36 51.48 0 21.21 57.4 1899 369.75 480/352 1801 35.8
Man Infraconstructio 2 1903 49.5 33 166 108.5 4.4 1.26 0.0 13.5 1906 25.9 17.1 1906Q 25.9 -55 17.1 -45 64.25 0 1.89 30.0 515 20.80 51/19 443 5.4
NBCC (India) 1 1903 180.0 9 7245 384.1 2.1 0.65 0.0 24.5 1906 1256.6 25.3 1906Q 1256.6 -23 25.3 -63 68.18 0 16.84 282.2 5751 31.95 75/29 4037 16.8
*NCC 2 1903 120.1 79 12080 563.9 9.4 1.50 0.4 11.9 1906 2187.7 81.3 1906Q 2187.7 -7 81.3 -22 18.11 41 49.29 133.4 3234 53.85 119/48 4672 6.0
Oberoi Realty 10 1903 363.6 166 1029 453.7 12.5 2.00 0.1 7.5 1906 200.1 71.1 1906Q 200.1 -58 71.1 -71 67.70 0 29.93 25.3 16773 461.30 642/352 17166 60.2
*Omaxe Ltd. 10 1903 182.9 87 768 23.1 1.3 0.70 0.6 1.5 1906 231.2 5.8 1906Q 231.2 169 5.8 107 74.43 57 15.05 48.5 3559 194.60 224/194 4252 136.2
Phoenix Mills 2 1903 30.7* 179 440 173.1 11.3 3.00 0.2 6.3 1906 113.3 35.6 1906Q 113.3 4 35.6 3 62.74 0 33.01 15.5 9584 625.00 701/492 10205 55.1
*PNC Infratech 2 1903 51.3 82 3097 324.9 12.7 0.50 0.1 15.4 1906 1321.8 100.1 1906Q 1321.8 80 100.1 -2 56.06 0 28.41 21.9 4622 180.15 219/123 4603 14.3
Prestige Estates Pro 10 1903 375.0 113 2441 289.2 7.7 1.50 0.8 6.8 1906 772.3 80.1 1906Q 772.3 147 80.1 123 70.00 0 28.91 16.0 10618 283.15 313/164 13889 31.9
PSP Projects 10 1903 36.0 103 1044 90.2 25.1 5.00 0.1 24.3 1906 307.3 25.5 1906Q 307.3 31 25.5 21 73.28 0 8.04 12.7 1796 498.95 617/359 1592 19.0
Puravankara 5 1903 118.6 69 1472 91.8 3.9 1.00 0.3 5.6 1906 261.6 2.5 1906Q 261.6 -3 2.5 -89 74.99 0 17.96 30.3 1284 54.15 101/51 1828 17.7
*Rail Vikas Nigam 10 1903 2085.0 18 10060 606.6 2.9 0.09 0.8 16.2 1906 2845.6 150.0 1906Q 2845.6 54 150.0 37 87.84 0 4.81 119.7 4848 23.25 30/19 6929 -
*Ramky Infrastructure 10 1903 69.2 65 1477 41.3 6.0 - 2.4 9.2 1906 516.8 3.1 1906Q 516.8 108 3.1 -83 69.82 30 1.27 21.2 424 61.25 214/60 1220 16.4
*Sadbhav Engineering 1 1903 17.2 119 3549 186.9 10.9 1.00 0.7 9.2 1906 837.6 39.5 1906Q 837.6 -8 39.5 -38 46.54 36 38.86 21.0 1886 109.95 306/110 3206 11.6
Shristi Infrastructu 10 1903 22.2 152 61 1.3 0.6 0.25 0.7 0.4 1906 23.7 0.4 1906Q 23.7 50 0.4 -39 74.95 19 0.00 6.7 332 149.50 244/133 615 -
*Simplex Infrastructu 2 1903 11.4 359 6041 122.6 21.4 0.50 2.1 6.0 1906 1328.6 20.9 1906Q 1328.6 -16 20.9 -26 49.82 0 29.21 12.9 311 54.40 454/49 3701 2.7
Sobha 10 1903 94.8 219 3399 286.5 30.2 7.00 1.1 13.8 1906 1184.6 91.1 1906Q 1184.6 118 91.1 111 51.75 20 42.53 52.9 4453 469.55 588/381 6655 13.3
*Sunteck Realty Ltd. 1 1903 14.6 121 238 184.5 12.6 0.75 0.2 10.4 1906 63.1 23.3 1906Q 63.1 -9 23.3 -62 67.15 0 29.55 7.8 6695 457.45 532/296 6943 45.9
Texmaco Infrastructu 1 1903 12.7 29 13 7.0 0.5 0.20 0.1 1.9 1906 2.4 0.7 1906Q 2.4 -32 0.7 -63 63.51 1 7.11 18.1 398 31.20 72/31 422 -
*Vipul Ltd. 1 1903 12.0 34 216 1.4 0.1 0.05 1.3 0.3 1906 44.7 -1.9 1906Q 44.7 -13 -1.9 -1643 63.43 59 1.79 3.8 408 34.00 58/28 906 -
Welspun Enterprises 10 1903 148.1 108 1739 153.7 10.4 2.00 0.0 9.6 1906 515.9 37.6 1906Q 515.9 49 37.6 39 47.42 0 8.57 50.9 1337 90.30 179/84 1354 8.1
26 CONSUMER DURABLES
IND. COMPOSITE 401 38062 1885 33
Amber Enterprises 10 1903 31.4 310 2188 92.5 29.4 - 0.0 9.5 1906 995.7 48.6 1906Q 995.7 65 48.6 68 44.01 0 17.13 39.9 2566 815.85 1121/621 2485 22.9
*Bajaj Electricals 2 1903 20.5 104 6673 167.1 16.3 3.50 1.5 15.6 1906 1297.8 17.4 1906Q 1297.8 14 17.4 -57 62.69 0 15.43 41.9 3679 359.15 588/339 5241 25.6
Blue Star 2 1903 19.3 100 4784 121.8 12.6 10.00 0.4 12.7 1906 1470.7 74.2 1906Q 1470.7 6 74.2 -13 38.75 0 30.43 48.7 6784 704.40 825/507 7121 61.6
Dixon Technologies 10 1903 11.3 318 2526 56.4 49.8 2.00 0.1 15.7 1906 935.4 20.4 1906Q 935.4 80 20.4 63 38.92 0 29.60 32.4 2628 2320.35 3070/1831 2633 40.9
*Eveready Industr 5 1903 36.3 52 1458 47.3 6.5 - 0.5 12.5 1906 321.0 6.9 1906Q 321.0 -16 6.9 -63 42.16 89 25.13 55.0 560 77.05 270/66 745 15.7
Hawkins Cookers 10 1903 5.3 224 653 54.2 102.5 80.00 0.2 45.7 1906 142.1 13.7 1906Q 142.1 18 13.7 28 56.03 0 15.30 13.7 1477 2792.70 3548/2606 1408 25.8
IFB Industries 10 1903 40.5 153 2540 74.0 18.3 - 0.0 11.9 1906 674.7 10.3 1906Q 674.7 14 10.3 -27 74.96 0 10.52 19.5 2536 625.90 1229/559 2448 36.2
*Johnson Controls-Hit 10 1903 27.2 225 2241 85.9 31.6 1.50 0.0 14.0 1906 951.9 63.6 1906Q 951.9 20 63.6 25 74.25 0 16.51 14.7 4374 1608.70 2151/1475 4351 44.3
*KDDL Ltd. 10 1903 11.6 144 175 15.8 13.5 2.50 0.4 9.4 1906 48.0 2.9 1906Q 48.0 11 2.9 -25 45.11 7 29.05 5.0 378 325.00 536/296 425 25.6
Symphony 2 1903 14.0 96 524 101.0 14.4 4.50 0.0 15.1 1906 160.0 26.0 1906Q 160.0 103 26.0 420 74.99 0 15.47 21.8 8585 1227.25 1575/812 8545 70.4
Timex Group India 1 1903 10.1 2 242 7.5 0.7 - -1.7 33.2 1906 61.8 -0.1 1906Q 61.8 4 -0.1 -103 74.93 0 0.02 41.8 346 34.30 77/31 371 -
TTK Prestige L 10 1903 13.9* 724 1968 190.3 137.3 30.00 0.0 18.9 1906 433.6 36.5 1906Q 433.6 4 36.5 2 70.40 0 18.92 27.4 7987 5762.40XB 7739/4582 7925 41.8
Voltas Ltd. 1 1903 33.1 113 6693 464.5 14.0 4.00 0.0 12.4 1906 2536.8 147.1 1906Q 2536.8 28 147.1 15 30.29 0 48.86 113.3 20273 612.70 662/471 20150 41.9
*Whirlpool of Ind 10 1903 126.9 169 5398 407.1 32.1 5.00 0.0 19.0 1906 1974.2 190.8 1906Q 1974.2 20 190.8 17 74.99 0 13.90 51.0 19531 1539.45 1859/1263 18470 45.0
28 COURIERS
IND. COMPOSITE 45 3682 112 51
Blue Dart Expres 10 1903 23.7 280 3165 87.6 36.9 12.50 0.2 13.2 1906 786.5 4.6 1906Q 786.5 7 4.6 -79 74.99 0 9.49 17.3 5283 2226.40 3650/2192 5162 75.4
*Gati Ltd. 2 1903 21.7 71 516 24.3 2.2 0.80 0.1 3.2 1906 118.3 -1.7 1906Q 118.3 -3 -1.7 -127 14.37 63 7.04 105.0 429 39.55 103/36 516 26.5
29 CYCLES & ACCESSORIES
IND. COMPOSITE 19 5286 244 27
Tube Investments 1 1903 18.8* 75 5286 243.5 13.0 2.50 0.3 17.2 1906 1252.3 88.5 1906Q 1252.3 -8 88.5 64 47.53 0 32.50 22.1 6453 343.65 432/256 6837 23.2
30 DIAMOND CUTTING/PRE CIO US META LS/JEWELLER Y
IND. COMPOSITE 546 72815 1871 60
*PC Jeweller L 10 1903 394.6 100 8369 -2.8 -0.1 0.50 0.3 - 1906 1348.6 48.1 1906Q 1348.6 -44 48.1 -66 48.21 0 13.28 230.3 1103 27.95 168/24 666 -
Rajesh Exports L 1 1903 29.5 155 42671 442.4 15.0 1.00 2.1 9.7 1906 11122.2 102.1 1906Q 11122.2 -12 102.1 -11 54.03 0 24.51 23.8 21406 725.00 787/544 16375 49.8
Renaissance Global 10 1903 18.9 246 1259 26.5 14.1 - 0.4 5.7 1906 234.6 4.4 1906Q 234.6 -0 4.4 -32 70.76 0 0.19 8.2 494 261.50 345/191 653 14.8
Thangamayil Jeweller 10 1903 13.7 141 1446 30.3 22.1 5.00 1.1 15.7 1906 491.9 12.9 1906Q 491.9 27 12.9 24 66.82 19 6.10 4.5 396 288.40 432/261 554 12.1
Titan Company 1 1903 88.8 70 19070 1374.4 15.5 5.00 0.4 22.2 1906 4939.7 370.7 1906Q 4939.7 14 370.7 6 52.90 0 26.32 200.0 95597 1076.80 1341/732 96883 68.5
31 DIVERSIFIED
IND. COMPOSITE 431 36697 1679 40
3M India Ltd. 10 1903 11.3 1651 2809 323.0 286.7 - 0.0 17.4 1906 742.0 84.9 1906Q 742.0 6 84.9 -15 74.99 0 10.40 22.9 23149 20549.60 26679/19150 22686 75.1
Balmer Lawrie & 10 1903 114.0 114 1775 188.5 16.5 11.00 0.0 14.5 1906 431.0 28.1 1906Q 431.0 -12 28.1 -28 0.00 0 8.68 49.0 1890 165.75 231/160 1424 10.6
DCM Shriram 2 1903 31.2 228 7684 906.8 58.2 9.80 0.4 25.5 1906 1864.3 214.2 1906Q 1864.3 -8 214.2 -2 66.53 0 12.89 41.0 5839 374.45 637/285 6918 6.5
*Grasim Inds. 2 1903 131.5* 638 20550 515.3 7.8 5.50 0.1 1.2 1906 5000.6 201.7 1906Q 5000.6 4 201.7 -69 40.15 0 39.33 226.1 47316 719.50 1092/681 50177 635.7

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Aug 23, 2019

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

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Sales Growth (%)

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Year / Months

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Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

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Face Value

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NP
Kesoram Industri 10 1903 142.6 37 3879 -254.3 -17.8 - 5.3 - 1906 927.9 7.2 1906Q 927.9 -0 7.2 111 53.13 45 4.90 86.5 732 51.35 99/48 3475 -
32 DYES & PIGMENTS
IND. COMPOSITE 150 9587 991 15
Atul Ltd. 10 1903 29.7 893 3916 428.6 144.5 15.00 0.0 16.2 1906 993.3 129.7 1906Q 993.3 12 129.7 54 44.69 6 29.33 27.1 10557 3559.00 4160/2830 10528 22.3
Bhageria Industries 5 1903 21.8* 78 462 71.5 16.4 6.00 0.3 20.9 1906 101.4 17.0 1906Q 101.4 -10 17.0 -5 70.48 0 0.19 10.4 436 99.90XB 167/95 485 6.2
Bodal Chemicals 2 1903 24.5 68 1379 144.1 11.8 0.80 0.2 17.2 1906 322.3 28.9 1906Q 322.3 -9 28.9 -27 58.25 0 12.09 48.7 812 66.35 139/63 954 6.1
Clariant Chemicals ( 10 1903 23.1 267 1028 18.6 8.0 10.00 0.0 3.0 1906 295.8 11.3 1906Q 295.8 12 11.3 17 51.00 0 4.37 37.5 670 290.25 539/265 642 33.2
*Kiri Industries 10 1903 31.3 201 1062 120.0 38.3 2.00 0.4 19.0 1906 278.2 25.9 1906Q 278.2 16 25.9 -26 44.63 0 20.55 18.5 1238 395.05 653/372 1406 11.2
Sudarshan Chem. 2 1903 13.8 86 1433 151.6 21.9 6.00 0.7 25.3 1906 383.0 44.0 1906Q 383.0 12 44.0 -54 52.89 0 9.89 22.2 2201 317.95 475/291 2485 21.9
Ultramarine Pig. 2 1903 5.8 132 307 56.5 19.3 4.50 0.0 14.7 1906 70.7 14.8 1906Q 70.7 -7 14.8 -9 53.73 0 1.12 9.9 531 181.70 284/160 503 9.7
33 EDIBLE OILS & SOLVENT EXTRACT ION
IND. COMPOSITE 124 5267 255 7
Agro Tech Foods Ltd. 10 1903 24.4 147 824 33.9 13.9 2.50 0.0 9.5 1906 197.6 7.0 1906Q 197.6 0 7.0 8 51.77 0 10.92 15.2 1181 484.50 686/451 1177 34.3
*AVT Natural Prod 1 1903 15.2 17 330 21.1 1.4 0.40 0.1 8.1 1906 69.9 5.2 1906Q 69.9 -3 5.2 22 74.65 0 0.04 19.9 321 21.10 33/19 338 14.6
Guj. Amb.Exports 2 1903 22.9 105 4021 198.2 17.3 1.00 0.6 16.4 1906 1011.4 22.7 1906Q 1011.4 26 22.7 -57 63.76 0 2.86 39.4 1522 132.75 264/114 2155 9.1
*Kavit Industries 10 1903 61.9 12 92 1.5 0.2 - 0.1 2.1 1906 7.2 0.5 1906Q 7.2 10 0.5 45 43.02 0 0.29 5.3 309 49.85 54/22 314 -
34 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE 831 46993 2700 29
ABB India 2 1812 42.4 189 6690 510.9 24.1 4.80 0.0 12.7 1906 1725.8 130.4 1906H 3576.0 11 246.6 20 74.99 0 16.14 60.0 28377 1339.10 1669/1191 26904 51.3
Bharat Electroni 1 1903 243.7 37 12085 1927.3 7.9 2.05 0.0 21.4 1906 2101.5 204.7 1906Q 2101.5 -0 204.7 14 58.82 0 30.75 276.5 24329 99.85 120/73 23624 12.5
*Centum Electronics L 10 1903 12.9 169 496 58.0 45.0 5.00 1.2 26.7 1906 123.3 5.1 1906Q 123.3 52 5.1 -67 58.80 0 8.71 7.7 487 377.80 575/321 662 10.2
*CG Power and Indust 2 U1903 125.3 39 5356 -1403.2 -22.4 - 0.4 - 1903 1417.3 -1401.6 - - 8 - - 0.00 0 50.17 140.2 602 9.60 62/10 1475 -
Crompton Greaves Con 2 1903 125.4 18 4479 402.5 6.4 2.00 0.3 36.6 1906 1346.8 122.6 1906Q 1346.8 12 122.6 18 34.36 49 49.57 108.1 14117 225.15 269/190 14324 33.5
*Elpro Internl. 1 1903 16.9 16 56 86.2 5.1 - 1.8 31.6 1906 12.3 2.3 1906Q 12.3 -32 2.3 -53 72.92 18 14.43 4.4 775 45.75 62/42 966 9.3
Genus Power Infrastr 1 1903 25.7 31 1055 72.4 2.8 0.58 0.3 8.9 1906 275.3 20.2 1906Q 275.3 15 20.2 40 50.46 5 8.35 33.8 525 20.40 41/16 725 6.7
Havells India 1 1903 62.6 68 10058 791.5 12.6 4.50 0.0 18.6 1906 2712.0 173.9 1906Q 2712.0 4 173.9 -17 59.51 0 31.58 103.5 40514 647.40 807/550 39270 53.7
Igarashi Motors Indi 10 1903 31.5 136 606 57.4 18.2 4.90 0.1 13.4 1906 131.5 6.1 1906Q 131.5 19 6.1 -56 75.00 28 11.52 15.0 634 201.50XB 710/171 549 17.0
Olectra Greentech 4 1903 32.8 86 290 -13.6 -1.7 - 0.4 - 1906 112.9 8.4 1906Q 112.9 239 8.4 313 60.86 14 3.01 13.8 1476 179.85 277/165 1526 -
Orient Electric 1 1903 21.2 14 1864 69.3 3.3 - 0.4 22.6 1906 568.3 18.9 1906Q 568.3 31 18.9 57 38.51 14 25.05 30.3 3192 150.45 177/113 3286 41.9
Schneider Electric 2 1903 47.8 1 1384 -24.4 -1.0 - 6.5 - 1906 357.5 -9.9 1906Q 357.5 4 -9.9 -230 74.99 0 10.18 51.8 1702 71.20 128/71 1923 -
V-Guard Ind.Ltd. 1 1903 42.7* 21 2574 165.5 3.9 0.80 0.0 18.4 1906 699.4 52.5 1906Q 699.4 10 52.5 52 64.10 0 24.74 72.6 9643 225.60 252/159 9569 52.5
35 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT - GENSETS/ TURBINES
IND. COMPOSITE 73 2090 149 31
Honda Siel Power 10 1903 10.1 510 816 54.1 53.4 10.00 0.0 10.5 1906 205.4 17.6 1906Q 205.4 13 17.6 35 67.66 0 8.53 16.5 919 905.75 1410/819 727 15.7
*TD Power Systems Ltd 10 1903 30.9 148 445 7.1 2.3 2.00 0.1 1.5 1906 91.3 -1.0 1906Q 91.3 23 -1.0 81 58.49 0 20.59 8.2 402 129.80 168/96 386 34.4
Triveni Turbine 1 1903 32.3 13 829 87.5 2.7 - 0.0 21.1 1906 211.7 25.2 1906Q 211.7 25 25.2 41 67.78 3 27.59 29.2 3328 102.95 126/81 3323 35.1
36 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT - T RANSFORMERS
IND. COMPOSITE 44 8519 189 13
Apar Industries 10 1903 38.3 294 7586 147.1 38.4 9.50 0.3 13.1 1906 1867.5 42.1 1906Q 1867.5 33 42.1 54 58.55 0 30.71 22.8 1990 519.90 702/459 2030 12.3
Bharat Bijlee 10 1903 5.7 1331 932 41.5 73.5 12.50 0.3 5.5 1906 224.7 10.7 1906Q 224.7 14 10.7 -17 33.45 0 18.70 18.4 496 877.20 1587/841 701 12.6
37 ELECTRODES - GRAPHITE
IND. COMPOSITE 78 13330 5856 2
*Graphite India Ltd. 2 1903 39.1 238 6737 2805.8 143.6 55.00 0.1 60.3 1906 897.0 195.0 1906Q 897.0 -50 195.0 -77 65.21 0 12.80 213.1 5531 283.10 1060/255 5860 2.6
*HEG Ltd. 10 1903 38.6 964 6593 3050.4 790.4 80.00 0.2 82.0 1906 816.5 234.4 1906Q 816.5 -49 234.4 -70 61.23 0 16.33 164.1 3517 911.20 4950/873 3626 1.4
38 ENGINEERING
IND. COMPOSITE 716 65999 5374 26
Ador Welding Ltd. 10 1903 13.6 194 512 23.9 17.5 6.50 0.3 9.1 1906 129.6 4.3 1906Q 129.6 26 4.3 4 56.70 0 15.99 13.4 390 287.00 425/272 454 16.2
*Astra Microwave 2 1903 17.3 58 286 12.5 1.4 0.25 0.1 2.5 1906 30.3 -7.3 1906Q 30.3 -44 -7.3 -192 12.83 0 15.38 38.7 627 72.35 105/71 632 -
*BMW Industries 1 1903 22.5 23 823 41.0 1.8 - 0.8 7.9 1906 162.2 5.3 1906Q 162.2 -29 5.3 -61 70.08 0 0.00 0.9 439 19.50 33/18 803 13.5
Carborundum Uni. 1 1903 18.9* 67 1782 166.1 8.8 2.75 0.0 13.0 1906 430.7 45.1 1906Q 430.7 4 45.1 15 42.10 0 29.30 25.2 5121 270.65 415/266 5104 29.8
Cummins India Lt 2 1903 55.4 149 5659 722.6 26.1 17.00 0.1 17.5 1906 1343.0 141.5 1906Q 1343.0 1 141.5 -23 51.00 0 36.65 72.8 15968 576.05 885/554 15539 23.4
*Dynamatic Techno 10 1903 6.3 815 592 32.3 50.9 2.00 1.1 6.2 1906 153.4 10.7 1906Q 153.4 10 10.7 32 48.77 15 25.60 9.3 753 1187.80 1872/1106 1274 21.6
Esab India 10 1903 15.4 173 672 57.6 37.4 90.00 0.0 21.6 1906 181.3 16.7 1906Q 181.3 6 16.7 9 73.72 0 11.42 10.7 1517 985.35 1340/742 1453 25.7
Forbes & Company Ltd 10 1903 12.9 182 227 10.3 8.0 5.00 0.5 4.4 1906 55.6 -0.2 1906Q 55.6 -2 -0.2 -105 73.85 68 11.65 15.0 2201 1706.30 2800/1570 2329 342.3
GKW L 10 1903 6.0 480 30 19.9 33.3 - 0.0 6.9 1906 4.4 1.4 1906Q 4.4 48 1.4 313 81.15 0 5.43 25.3 405 679.00 1318/546 403 19.4
Greaves Cotton 2 1903 48.8 40 1988 169.3 6.9 4.00 0.0 17.5 1906 476.8 38.2 1906Q 476.8 4 38.2 -4 51.89 0 30.53 78.5 2937 120.25 165/111 2903 17.5
Grindwell Norton 5 1903 55.4 98 1567 163.8 14.8 6.00 0.0 15.1 1906 406.5 42.1 1906Q 406.5 9 42.1 -1 58.32 0 19.85 15.5 6244 563.90 614/472 6013 38.2
Honeywell Automation 10 1903 8.8 1976 3175 358.8 405.9 45.00 0.0 20.5 1906 857.0 114.1 1906Q 857.0 11 114.1 24 74.99 0 15.37 15.2 20223 22872.20 27770/17980 18998 53.0
Ion Exchange (India) 10 1903 14.7 255 1102 66.6 45.4 4.50 0.4 17.8 1906 304.2 15.4 1906Q 304.2 48 15.4 41 44.03 0 5.23 14.2 881 600.60 794/335 752 12.4
*Ircon Internatio 10 1903 94.1 420 4415 444.7 47.3 21.55 0.6 11.3 1906 1120.8 141.2 1906Q 1120.8 59 141.2 -13 89.18 0 5.17 75.9 3265 347.20 470/338 2893 7.7
Kennametal India 10 U1906 22.0 239 927 86.3 39.3 - 0.0 16.4 1906 231.8 17.6 - - 23 - - 75.00 0 13.42 7.6 2303 1047.95 1275/750 2208 26.7
*Kirloskar Bros. 2 1903 15.9 118 2224 87.4 11.0 2.50 0.2 9.3 1906 472.7 6.4 1906Q 472.7 4 6.4 -65 65.92 0 13.05 16.7 1143 144.00 286/132 1235 15.1
Kirloskar Industries 10 1903 9.7 1239 46 49.5 51.0 21.00 0.0 4.1 1906 2.0 2.9 1906Q 2.0 218 2.9 -18 73.11 0 14.44 16.3 670 690.55 1165/627 645 13.7
*Kirloskar Oil Engine 2 1903 28.9 123 3204 225.0 15.6 2.50 0.0 12.7 1906 765.1 44.1 1906Q 765.1 -7 44.1 -11 59.33 0 23.18 33.9 2457 169.90 355/150 2408 11.2
KSB Ltd 10 1812 34.8 205 1093 74.0 21.3 6.00 0.1 10.4 1906 301.8 27.8 1906H 591.1 27 43.5 33 66.40 0 17.16 13.7 2058 591.35 885/550 1964 24.2
L&T Technology Serv 2 1903 20.8* 231 4712 700.1 67.3 21.00 0.0 29.1 1906 1245.7 198.0 1906Q 1245.7 16 198.0 37 74.97 0 13.23 93.6 16480 1584.25 1853/1371 16331 21.9
*Shakti Pumps (In 10 1903 18.4 148 523 31.4 17.1 5.00 0.4 11.5 1906 101.9 0.7 1906Q 101.9 13 0.7 -72 48.25 25 5.25 16.3 517 281.40 480/251 602 17.5
Siemens Ltd. 2 1809 71.2 233 12725 893.9 25.1 7.00 0.0 10.8 1906 3198.4 248.1 1906N 9555.0 9 756.3 23 74.99 0 13.87 115.2 40883 1148.00 1367/841 37237 39.5
*Skipper Ltd. 1 1903 10.3 63 1871 31.2 3.0 0.25 0.7 4.8 1906 338.6 8.2 1906Q 338.6 -29 8.2 83 71.89 0 13.13 19.7 479 46.70 140/40 923 13.7
Sterling and Wilson 1 1903 16.0 27 8210 196.1 12.2 - 2.7 44.7 - - - - - - - - - 0 0.00 - 10025 625.15 756/603 10885 -
Sterling Tools L 2 1903 7.2 79 512 44.9 12.5 2.00 0.1 15.8 1906 104.3 8.8 1906Q 104.3 -21 8.8 -38 65.33 0 8.14 7.3 511 141.75 378/139 534 12.9
Swaraj Engines 10 1903 12.1 196 872 82.4 68.0 50.00 0.0 34.6 1906 205.4 16.9 1906Q 205.4 -12 16.9 -27 52.19 0 12.28 20.0 1295 1068.00 1835/1031 1248 17.0
Thermax 2 1903 23.8 230 3541 275.2 23.1 7.00 0.0 10.1 1906 787.8 49.9 1906Q 787.8 -7 49.9 11 61.98 0 25.50 33.3 12067 1012.70 1174/878 11988 43.1
*Va Tech Wabag Ltd. 2 1903 10.9 168 1748 102.4 18.7 - 0.3 11.2 1906 324.0 19.9 1906Q 324.0 -5 19.9 64 24.67 12 34.02 67.2 1479 270.35 413/243 1698 13.4
Wendt India 10 1903 2.0 573 143 13.5 67.3 30.00 0.0 11.8 1906 34.3 3.9 1906Q 34.3 -8 3.9 -14 79.73 0 0.12 6.8 410 2051.00 4014/1955 404 32.0
*WPIL Ltd. 10 1903 9.8 376 533 73.4 75.2 7.50 0.2 20.0 1906 86.8 15.0 1906Q 86.8 -39 15.0 -38 68.81 0 6.42 8.7 565 578.75 1000/540 625 8.8

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(23/08/19)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
*Yuken India 10 1903 12.0 150 284 118.2 98.5 2.00 0.9 65.8 1906 62.2 2.6 1906Q 62.2 2 2.6 2 52.50 0 0.01 6.4 579 482.45XB 955/425 634 4.9
39 ENGINEERING - HEAVY
IND. COMPOSITE 2740 76299 -2679 13
Action Construction 2 1903 23.4 37 1342 56.2 4.8 0.50 0.2 12.8 1906 293.4 11.9 1906Q 293.4 -13 11.9 -28 69.98 0 2.59 33.0 622 53.15 144/48 658 12.1
BEML Ltd. 10 1903 41.6 525 3481 63.5 15.2 7.00 0.2 2.9 1906 581.1 -96.8 1906Q 581.1 28 -96.8 40 54.02 0 29.47 70.1 3073 738.00 1034/521 3511 24.2
*Bharat Dynamics 10 1903 183.3 124 3069 422.6 23.1 6.92 0.0 18.6 1906 491.6 65.5 1906Q 491.6 -10 65.5 -20 87.75 0 7.55 114.4 5036 274.75 378/224 4679 12.4
*Bharat Heavy Ele 2 1903 696.4 90 30349 1215.4 3.5 1.05 0.1 3.9 1906 4531.7 -216.3 1906Q 4531.7 -24 -216.3 -239 63.17 0 30.94 484.6 16818 48.30 83/47 11868 19.9
CMI FPE Ltd. 10 1903 4.9 387 496 35.1 71.1 10.00 0.0 18.4 1906 107.8 3.8 1906Q 107.8 90 3.8 13 74.99 0 0.44 3.5 380 769.60 1440/627 227 10.7
Disa India Ltd. 10 1903 1.5 935 242 27.8 191.0 2.50 0.0 20.4 1906 60.8 7.6 1906Q 60.8 61 7.6 286 74.82 0 9.89 2.9 712 4896.00 6500/4700 633 21.3
Elecon Engg. 2 1903 22.4 66 954 12.1 1.1 0.20 0.6 1.6 1906 213.3 1.3 1906Q 213.3 -9 1.3 -61 58.68 46 3.70 43.3 314 27.95 75/25 738 -
*GMM Pfaudler Ltd 2 1903 2.9 149 419 40.6 27.8 4.50 0.0 18.7 1906 130.3 14.7 1906Q 130.3 40 14.7 61 75.00 0 1.78 10.9 2048 1401.35 1483/877 2037 44.3
*Hindustan Aeronautic 10 1903 334.4 324 19894 2282.4 68.3 19.80 0.4 21.0 1906 3291.6 566.1 1906Q 3291.6 17 566.1 57 89.97 0 8.68 145.3 21523 643.65 968/603 25569 8.7
Inox Wind Ltd. 10 1903 221.9 91 1345 1.3 0.1 - 0.3 0.1 1906 140.9 -23.1 1906Q 140.9 -64 -23.1 -263 74.99 0 7.72 48.6 756 34.05 113/33 1306 -
*ISGEC Heavy Eng 1 1903 7.4 183 4129 128.3 17.5 2.00 0.1 9.5 1906 1007.2 32.8 1906Q 1007.2 41 32.8 6 62.26 0 12.28 11.4 2458 334.25 644/306 2333 18.9
Lakshmi Machines 10 1903 10.7 1582 2636 189.3 177.2 35.00 0.0 11.2 1906 452.3 14.1 1906Q 452.3 -29 14.1 -72 30.83 0 21.32 35.9 3890 3641.50 7349/3555 3367 25.3
Praj Industries 2 1903 36.6* 40 923 62.4 3.4 2.12 0.0 8.5 1906 186.1 12.7 1906Q 186.1 29 12.7 302 32.98 0 30.73 93.3 1838 100.55 168/78 1784 25.5
Sanghvi Movers L 2 1903 8.7 169 282 -58.1 -13.4 - 0.6 - 1906 83.3 -3.1 1906Q 83.3 16 -3.1 70 46.88 0 6.80 16.2 376 86.90 153/83 844 -
Stovec Indus. 10 1812 2.1 676 193 39.6 189.5 55.00 0.0 28.0 1906 51.3 5.4 1906H 88.5 105 12.4 -18 71.06 0 0.09 6.7 326 1560.05 2790/1500 236 12.7
*Suzlon Energy Ltd. 2 1903 1064.0 -13 2544 -7413.3 -13.9 - 20.2 - 1906 161.8 -397.3 1906Q 161.8 -79 -397.3 -19 19.79 76 11.38 1006.3 2213 4.16 8/3 8896 -
*Techno Electric&Eng 2 1903 22.0 128 989 181.6 16.5 - 0.0 12.9 1906 237.5 51.3 1906Q 237.5 -21 51.3 -23 60.18 0 24.83 7.3 2788 253.45 299/215 2771 16.8
Texmaco Rail & Engin 1 1903 22.5 51 1858 75.3 3.3 0.35 0.4 6.6 1906 392.1 9.6 1906Q 392.1 22 9.6 47 51.19 1 21.68 64.4 994 44.20 81/43 1365 13.4
The Anup Engineering 10 1903 10.2* 276 243 42.0 41.2 - 0.1 14.9 1906 37.1 7.9 1906Q 37.1 -2 7.9 59 41.72 4 23.25 109.6 387 379.00 680/351 389 8.6
*Titagarh Wagons Ltd. 2 1903 23.1 70 910 -82.9 -7.2 0.30 0.1 - 1906 328.7 13.7 1906Q 328.7 149 13.7 529 45.70 0 13.22 71.4 426 36.85 93/31 510 -
40 ENTERTAINMENT/MULTI MEDIA
IND. COMPOSITE 2355 26816 2530 19
Affle (India) 10 1903 25.5* 19 118 16.7 6.5 - 0.0 35.1 - - - - - - - - 68.37 0 23.16 31.3 1977 775.55 958/751 1967 -
Balaji Telefilms Ltd 2 1903 20.2 100 440 20.1 2.0 0.40 0.0 2.0 1906 82.9 2.5 1906Q 82.9 -38 2.5 311 34.22 0 20.36 23.4 502 49.60 117/45 491 21.0
Den Networks Ltd. 10 1903 477.2 55 1009 -219.1 -4.6 - 0.5 - 1906 281.6 11.7 1906Q 281.6 4 11.7 153 86.53 0 1.17 11.7 4407 92.35 98/46 4572 -
Dish TV India Ltd. 1 1903 184.1 29 3938 -1289.4 -7.0 0.50 0.0 - 1906 360.2 -58.7 1906Q 360.2 -64 -58.7 -361 57.51 94 15.37 159.3 4281 23.25 73/19 4021 -
Entertainment Networ 10 1903 47.7 196 620 53.9 11.3 1.00 0.1 5.8 1906 131.6 4.8 1906Q 131.6 8 4.8 -48 71.15 0 21.50 12.7 1762 369.70 719/355 1848 35.6
GTPL Hathway 10 1903 112.5 59 819 14.5 1.3 1.00 0.3 2.2 1906 312.0 25.2 1906Q 312.0 60 25.2 163 78.83 4 11.68 16.9 842 74.85 108/53 961 28.0
Hathway Cable & Data 2 1903 354.0 24 528 210.6 1.2 - 0.2 4.9 1906 133.8 19.5 1906Q 133.8 3 19.5 842 94.09 0 2.23 27.5 5948 33.60 39/17 6647 25.6
Inox Leisure 10 1903 102.9 94 1692 133.5 13.0 - 0.4 13.8 1906 493.0 27.0 1906Q 493.0 19 27.0 -27 51.89 0 31.91 38.0 2640 256.65 383/190 2878 21.4
Media Matrix Worldwi 1 1903 113.3 1 3 0.4 0.0 - 0.0 0.2 1903 0.8 -0.2 - - 2 - - 60.71 9 0.00 2.9 471 4.16 6/4 471 -
Music Broadcast 2 1903 55.3 22 325 61.6 2.2 - 0.1 10.2 1906 69.8 8.4 1906Q 69.8 -8 8.4 -38 73.64 0 11.68 21.7 1018 36.80 68/35 991 18.0
Prime Focus 1 1903 29.9 35 162 -33.3 -1.1 - 0.2 - 1906 36.1 -20.2 1906Q 36.1 5 -20.2 -38 34.96 13 11.39 10.1 1001 33.45 97/32 1208 -
PVR Ltd. 10 1903 46.8 259 2747 172.8 36.9 2.00 0.8 14.3 1906 752.6 12.2 1906Q 752.6 11 12.2 -75 20.23 0 70.49 34.6 6970 1490.20 1834/1102 7889 51.5
Saregama India Ltd. 10 1903 17.4 245 524 51.9 29.8 3.00 0.1 12.2 1906 120.8 0.5 1906Q 120.8 9 0.5 -94 59.08 0 3.81 26.5 568 326.05 646/302 626 13.0
Shemaroo Entertainme 10 1903 27.2 213 548 86.1 31.7 1.65 0.4 14.8 1906 138.8 16.4 1906Q 138.8 23 16.4 -19 65.82 0 18.65 8.0 706 259.60 530/258 893 8.6
Sun TV Network Ltd. 5 1903 197.0 138 3663 1394.9 35.4 12.50 0.0 25.6 1906 1101.4 381.9 1906Q 1101.4 -2 381.9 -7 74.99 4 16.36 52.1 17107 434.10 808/405 16800 12.5
TV Today Network Ltd 5 1903 29.8 140 710 129.9 21.8 2.25 0.0 15.5 1906 245.2 51.0 1906Q 245.2 35 51.0 25 57.96 0 26.11 22.0 1800 301.65 467/237 1602 12.9
*TV18 Broadcast 2 1903 342.9 16 1079 85.0 0.5 - 0.3 3.1 1906 298.1 1.7 1906Q 298.1 72 1.7 -80 60.40 0 14.61 124.7 3334 19.45 49/18 4163 -
UFO Moviez India Ltd 10 1903 28.4 168 425 40.6 14.3 30.00 0.1 8.5 1906 87.5 50.0 1906Q 87.5 -7 50.0 936 30.08 3 40.94 27.5 400 141.05 395/128 415 4.7
Zee Entertainment En 1 1903 96.0 74 6858 1655.0 17.2 3.50 0.1 23.2 1906 1789.9 512.2 1906Q 1789.9 14 512.2 40 35.79 64 58.29 124.0 33732 351.20 518/289 32864 18.7
Zee Media Corp 1 1903 47.1 13 607 -55.3 -1.2 - 0.2 - 1906 178.8 20.8 1906Q 178.8 30 20.8 116 55.11 94 7.30 111.8 416 8.84 32/8 535 -
41 FAST MOVING CONSUME R GOODS
IND. COMPOSITE 4116 171552 30094 41
*ADF Foods Ltd. 10 1903 20.0 105 187 30.5 15.2 - 0.0 14.5 1906 44.1 7.3 1906Q 44.1 3 7.3 31 34.29 0 0.41 17.9 502 250.95 305/193 476 16.0
Apex Frozen Foods 10 1903 31.3 114 875 60.8 19.5 2.00 0.3 17.1 1906 221.9 8.3 1906Q 221.9 -7 8.3 -61 72.58 0 9.36 38.2 618 197.65 477/190 634 12.9
Bajaj Consumer Care 1 1903 14.8 33 909 226.1 15.3 14.00 0.1 46.6 1906 240.2 58.7 1906Q 240.2 9 58.7 9 60.01 61 33.55 31.6 3609 244.65 474/240 3620 15.6
*Britannia Ind. 1 1903 24.0 168 10482 1122.2 46.7 15.00 0.0 27.8 1906 2579.5 250.2 1906Q 2579.5 7 250.2 2 50.66 0 28.81 156.9 59275 2466.50 3472/2302 59234 52.6
Colgate Palm. 1 1903 27.2 53 4462 775.6 28.5 23.00 0.1 53.6 1906 1084.9 169.1 1906Q 1084.9 4 169.1 -11 50.99 0 25.39 183.6 32398 1191.15 1365/1020 32076 42.9
Dabur India 1 1903 176.7 22 6273 1264.3 7.2 2.75 0.0 32.5 1906 1628.3 257.8 1906Q 1628.3 11 257.8 12 67.87 0 24.78 192.5 75003 424.45 491/357 75013 58.1
DFM Foods Limi 2 1903 10.0 26 484 32.8 6.5 1.25 0.8 25.3 1906 127.7 7.6 1906Q 127.7 29 7.6 52 38.26 0 15.25 6.0 1287 256.75 299/177 1371 36.4
Emami Ltd. 1 1903 45.4 45 2483 305.2 6.7 4.00 0.0 14.8 1906 588.5 82.6 1906Q 588.5 2 82.6 105 52.73 47 37.05 77.4 13098 288.55XB 585/246 13042 37.7
Future Consumer 6 1903 1152.5* 7 2990 60.5 0.3 - 0.5 4.4 1906 784.4 11.7 1906Q 784.4 21 11.7 8 46.29 61 18.81 150.1 5561 28.95 57/24 6237 -
Gillette India Ltd. 10 U1906 32.6 291 1862 252.9 77.6 - 0.0 26.7 1906 464.0 45.8 - - 10 - - 74.99 0 11.54 27.1 22835 7007.65 7906/6200 22598 90.3
GlaxoSmithKlineConsu 10 1903 42.1 974 4782 982.8 233.7 105.00 0.0 24.0 1906 1194.3 248.1 1906Q 1194.3 8 248.1 24 72.45 0 11.11 54.6 33878 8055.65 8138/6340 29781 32.9
*Godfrey Philips 2 1903 10.4 365 2477 241.0 46.3 10.00 0.0 12.7 1906 831.2 114.9 1906Q 831.2 45 114.9 102 72.19 0 13.91 19.7 5045 970.40 1209/640 5035 16.9
Godrej Agrovet L 10 1903 192.0* 72 4286 207.9 10.8 4.50 0.1 14.9 1906 1252.3 68.3 1906Q 1252.3 13 68.3 -6 68.94 0 5.97 116.0 8327 433.60 607/422 8422 41.0
Godrej Consumer Prod 1 1903 102.2* 48 5679 1755.0 17.2 7.50 0.0 35.6 1906 1315.4 240.1 1906Q 1315.4 0 240.1 9 63.24 0 30.13 135.0 61390 600.50XB 980/586 61292 34.6
Godrej Industries Lt 1 1903 33.6* 48 2144 -90.7 -2.7 1.15 1.8 - 1906 478.2 -10.9 1906Q 478.2 -9 -10.9 -117 61.33 0 16.45 78.9 14372 427.15 651/421 16767 -
*Hatsun Agro Prod 1 1903 16.2 50 4760 114.8 7.1 8.00 0.9 14.3 1906 1423.2 51.2 1906Q 1423.2 15 51.2 35 73.54 2 9.47 13.9 9731 601.85 803/568 10431 75.9
Heritage Foods 5 1903 23.2 173 2613 83.4 18.0 1.00 0.3 10.4 1906 710.8 21.7 1906Q 710.8 12 21.7 9 39.89 0 18.94 25.0 1527 329.15 648/312 1707 17.9
Hind. Food 10 1903 13.5 47 237 10.2 7.6 - 0.9 16.2 1906 77.7 3.0 1906Q 77.7 76 3.0 26 61.86 0 15.04 7.0 520 385.05 468/253 545 48.0
Hindustan Unilever L 1 1903 216.5 35 38224 6036.0 27.9 22.00 0.0 79.1 1906 10114.0 1755.0 1906Q 10114.0 7 1755.0 15 67.18 0 18.98 381.7 402512 1859.35 1880/1478 398824 64.3
ITC Ltd. 1 1903 1227.7* 46 44996 12464.3 10.2 5.75 0.0 22.3 1906 11502.8 3173.9 1906Q 11502.8 7 3173.9 13 0.00 0 55.05 891.3 289741 236.00 323/235 285980 22.6
Jubilant Foodworks L 10 1903 132.0 100 3531 322.8 24.5 5.00 0.0 24.4 1906 940.1 74.8 1906Q 940.1 10 74.8 0 41.93 2 47.24 66.2 15256 1156.00XB 1575/982 15127 47.2
Jyothy Labs 1 1903 36.7 23 1769 193.2 5.3 3.00 0.3 22.6 1906 411.6 35.9 1906Q 411.6 2 35.9 11 67.11 27 24.85 87.1 5372 146.30XB 223/140 5500 27.3
Kaya L 10 1903 13.1 125 210 -4.0 -3.0 - 0.0 - 1906 50.4 -6.1 1906Q 50.4 -1 -6.1 -222 59.92 0 4.56 25.7 411 314.95 1038/304 408 -
Marico Ltd. 1 1903 129.1 27 5971 1132.0 8.8 4.75 0.0 32.3 1906 1777.0 251.0 1906Q 1777.0 5 251.0 17 59.70 0 31.50 90.6 49088 380.25 402/286 48880 42.0
Nestle India 10 1812 96.4 381 11292 1606.9 166.7 115.00 0.0 43.7 1906 3000.8 437.8 1906H 6003.8 10 901.1 10 62.76 0 20.43 93.8 120050 12451.25 12796/9080 118475 71.1
*P&G Hygiene&Health 10 U1906 32.5 377 2947 419.1 129.1 88.00 0.0 34.2 1906 637.3 60.8 - - 20 - - 70.63 0 14.50 32.2 33456 10306.60 11200/8714 33056 79.8
Parag Milk Foods 10 1903 84.1 98 2346 114.1 13.6 1.00 0.4 13.8 1906 616.2 27.2 1906Q 616.2 15 27.2 3 45.96 22 24.59 47.8 1118 132.95 317/131 1333 9.7
*Prabhat Dairy 10 1903 97.7 59 72 6.7 0.7 - 0.2 1.1 1906 57.8 4.8 1906Q 57.8 -87 4.8 -5 50.09 60 8.59 22.8 505 51.70 165/47 527 -
Tasty Bite 10 1903 2.6 514 337 30.1 117.2 2.00 0.4 22.8 1906 90.9 7.7 1906Q 90.9 9 7.7 33 74.23 0 3.03 5.1 2134 8316.00 11372/7215 2165 66.7

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Aug 23, 2019

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)

(23/08/2019)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Vadilal Indus. 10 1803 7.2 241 518 14.8 20.7 1.25 0.7 8.6 1812 78.9 -2.2 1812N 408.4 2 34.6 175 64.62 0 0.90 16.9 406 564.20 644/400 526 11.0
*VST Industries 10 1903 15.4 430 1099 226.8 146.9 95.00 0.0 34.2 1906 304.7 75.7 1906Q 304.7 25 75.7 24 32.15 0 27.06 13.9 5249 3399.15 3838/2481 5212 21.8
Zydus Wellness Ltd. 10 1903 57.7 577 255 96.3 16.7 5.00 0.5 2.9 1906 36.9 -19.0 1906Q 36.9 -42 -19.0 -174 67.62 0 23.41 35.1 9001 1561.00 1830/1085 10525 174.3
42 FERRO ALLOYS
IND. COMPOSITE 29 1988 255 5
Maithan Alloys Ltd. 10 1903 29.1 385 1988 255.3 87.7 6.00 0.0 22.8 1906 485.8 52.1 1906Q 485.8 7 52.1 -20 74.98 0 2.93 19.9 1225 420.85 698/340 1203 5.1
43 FERTILISERS
IND. COMPOSITE 2984 76389 2897 9
*Chambal Fertilis 10 1903 416.2 78 10095 545.3 13.1 2.00 1.9 16.8 1906 2854.7 235.9 1906Q 2854.7 30 235.9 52 58.76 12 23.16 117.3 6206 149.10 196/128 11745 9.9
Coromandel Internati 1 1903 29.3 117 13204 713.9 24.4 6.50 0.9 20.8 1906 2132.4 62.4 1906Q 2132.4 -15 62.4 -29 61.71 0 18.26 59.7 10533 360.05 520/337 13352 15.3
*Deepak Fertilisers 10 1903 88.2 182 3149 7.9 0.9 3.00 0.8 0.5 1906 536.0 -6.6 1906Q 536.0 -59 -6.6 -178 51.49 0 6.82 101.7 703 79.75 266/76 1993 -
*Fertilisers & Ch 10 1903 647.1 -23 1955 163.1 2.5 - -1.4 - 1906 351.2 -80.2 1906Q 351.2 2 -80.2 -126 0.00 0 89.21 20.1 2067 31.95 51/30 4282 -
GSFC 2 1903 79.7 182 8575 493.7 12.4 2.20 0.1 6.8 1906 1707.7 63.3 1906Q 1707.7 -4 63.3 -10 37.84 0 32.23 131.0 2797 70.20 125/69 3776 5.8
Gujarat Narmada Vall 10 1903 155.4 322 5896 741.2 47.7 7.00 0.1 14.8 1906 1209.9 66.4 1906Q 1209.9 -25 66.4 -64 41.18 0 27.98 239.0 2777 178.65 418/169 2990 4.5
*Madras Fertilize 10 1903 162.1 -35 1593 -80.8 -5.0 - -3.1 - 1906 37.8 -87.3 1906Q 37.8 -75 -87.3 -58 95.41 0 0.21 31.8 311 19.20 32/16 1791 -
*Mangalore Chem. 10 1903 118.5 42 3074 32.9 2.8 1.00 2.8 6.6 1906 741.1 -0.0 1906Q 741.1 11 -0.0 99 60.06 76 1.06 45.7 336 28.35 63/25 1545 9.1
National Fertilizers 10 1903 490.6 45 12245 298.4 6.1 1.86 1.5 13.4 1906 2547.0 -64.0 1906Q 2547.0 18 -64.0 -255 74.71 0 16.61 57.2 1212 24.70 51/24 4207 6.3
Rashtriya Chemicals 10 1903 551.7 55 8885 139.2 2.5 0.77 0.4 4.6 1906 2409.5 8.1 1906Q 2409.5 24 8.1 -65 75.00 0 5.09 171.9 2168 39.30 80/36 3417 17.4
*SPIC 10 1903 203.6* 15 2592 53.3 2.6 - 0.9 17.4 1906 554.2 14.6 1906Q 554.2 -4 14.6 2759 41.49 0 3.63 65.8 349 17.15 36/16 604 5.1
*Zuari Agro Chemicals 10 1903 42.1 103 5127 -211.2 -50.2 - 4.4 - 1906 1147.3 -124.3 1906Q 1147.3 -15 -124.3 -1392 65.04 22 10.13 38.4 389 92.60 330/89 3368 -
44 FINANCE - BANKS - PRIV ATE SEC TOR
IND. COMPOSITE 12975 366394 4 2649 34
Axis Bank Ltd. 2 1903 524.0* 255 54986 4676.6 17.9 1.00 2.3 7.0 1906 15255.0 1370.1 1906Q 15255.0 19 1370.1 95 17.63 0 64.60 351.5 173797 663.40 827/534 291474 32.5
Bandhan Bank 10 1903 1193.1* 94 6644 1951.5 16.4 - 0.0 17.4 1906 2120.6 701.1 1906Q 2120.6 36 701.1 46 82.26 0 15.73 187.7 54877 459.95 704/369 51519 25.3
City Union Bank 1 1903 73.5 66 3767 682.9 9.3 0.27 0.1 14.1 1906 1029.2 185.6 1906Q 1029.2 16 185.6 15 0.00 0 52.46 99.6 14084 191.75XB 220/157 12572 19.9
DCB Bank 10 1903 310.0* 93 3041 325.4 10.5 1.00 0.9 10.4 1906 857.7 81.1 1906Q 857.7 22 81.1 17 14.91 0 51.88 170.4 6116 197.30 245/140 7522 18.2
Dhanlaxmi Bank 10 U1903 253.0 30 971 11.7 0.5 - 0.5 1.5 1906 240.4 19.8 1906Q 240.4 0 19.8 144 0.00 0 13.27 76.9 328 12.97 21/11 117 4.3
Federal Bank 2 1903 397.5* 67 11419 1243.9 6.3 1.40 0.6 9.4 1906 3229.3 384.2 1906Q 3229.3 21 384.2 46 0.00 0 66.79 313.1 16018 80.60 110/67 17380 11.7
HDFC Bank 2 1903 546.9* 546 98972 21078.2 77.1 15.00 0.8 14.1 1906 27391.6 5568.2 1906Q 27391.6 21 5568.2 21 21.30 0 45.05 622.4 591491 2163.25 2503/1884 661812 26.8
ICICI Bank 2 1903 1291.0* 163 63401 3363.3 5.2 2.27 1.6 3.1 1906 17980.1 1908.0 1906Q 17980.1 22 1908.0 1696 0.00 0 67.37 820.4 255460 395.75 444/295 382922 47.4
IDFC First Bank 10 1903 4782.5* 38 11948 -1944.2 -4.1 - 3.9 - 1906 3793.1 -617.4 1906Q 3793.1 63 -617.4 -440 40.00 0 17.72 769.4 20804 43.50 57/33 86638 -
IndusInd Bank 10 1903 692.9* 382 22261 3301.1 47.6 7.50 1.8 12.3 1906 6961.4 1432.5 1906Q 6961.4 37 1432.5 38 13.04 26 58.85 197.7 90797 1310.35 1975/1280 128157 24.6
Jammu & Kashmir Bank 1 U1903 55.7 108 7676 464.9 8.3 - 0.3 7.0 1906 2072.1 21.9 1906Q 2072.1 18 21.9 -58 59.23 0 23.27 91.8 1891 33.95 66/31 -809 4.4
Karnataka Bank 10 1903 282.6 190 5906 477.2 16.9 3.50 0.6 8.2 1906 1584.4 175.4 1906Q 1584.4 13 175.4 7 0.00 0 28.10 181.7 2128 75.30 141/72 2042 4.3
Karur Vysya Bank 2 1903 159.9 80 5816 210.9 2.6 2.23 0.2 3.3 1906 1492.5 72.9 1906Q 1492.5 3 72.9 59 2.09 21 42.84 142.8 4752 59.45XB 99/55 3383 20.0
Kotak Mahindra Bank 5 1903 954.8* 222 23943 4865.3 25.5 0.80 0.8 11.5 1906 6639.9 1360.2 1906Q 6639.9 21 1360.2 33 29.98 0 52.25 231.2 281185 1472.50 1555/1002 302556 54.1
Lakshmi Vilas Ba 10 U1903 336.7* 40 2840 -894.1 -26.6 2.02 1.9 - 1906 623.9 -237.3 1906Q 623.9 -14 -237.3 -92 7.10 34 19.65 90.1 1407 41.80 102/37 3722 -
RBL Bank 10 1903 430.0* 176 6301 867.0 20.2 2.70 1.6 11.5 1906 2022.7 267.1 1906Q 2022.7 48 267.1 41 0.00 0 43.74 170.3 15229 354.15 717/338 22222 16.1
South Indian Ban 1 1903 181.0* 28 6877 247.5 1.4 0.25 1.0 4.6 1906 1894.8 73.3 1906Q 1894.8 15 73.3 218 0.00 0 31.81 420.1 1898 10.49 19/10 3140 6.4
YES Bank Ltd. 2 U1903 510.1 108 29625 1720.3 6.7 0.48 2.9 6.2 1906 7816.1 113.8 1906Q 7816.1 19 113.8 -91 17.97 41 50.73 1241.2 15111 59.25 396/53 78578 26.3
45 FINANCE - BANKS - PUBL IC SECTOR
IND. COMPOSITE 63046 680635 - 72952 154
Allahabad Bank 10 1903 3721.7 21 16864 -8334.0 -22.4 - 2.0 - 1906 4323.1 128.0 1906Q 4323.1 -6 128.0 107 92.01 0 4.61 221.0 11612 31.20 59/30 14428 -
Andhra Bank 10 1903 2984.5 44 18932 -2786.1 -9.3 - 0.8 - 1906 4962.1 51.6 1906Q 4962.1 10 51.6 110 87.80 0 4.21 239.2 5238 17.55 36/17 5389 -
Bank of Baroda 2 1903 769.3 120 49974 433.5 1.1 - 1.5 0.9 1906 18945.3 709.9 1906Q 18945.3 63 709.9 34 69.23 0 22.19 774.0 35948 93.45 156/90 76487 58.4
Bank of India 10 1903 3276.9 129 40768 -5546.9 -16.9 - 1.1 - 1906 10332.2 242.6 1906Q 10332.2 3 242.6 155 89.09 0 6.57 318.5 21103 64.40 110/61 36108 -
Bank of Maharash 10 1903 5824.1 15 10850 -4783.9 -8.2 - 1.8 - 1906 2772.6 81.1 1906Q 2772.6 5 81.1 107 92.48 0 4.08 195.8 6628 11.38 20/11 8857 -
Canara Bank 10 1903 753.2 395 46810 347.0 4.6 - 1.4 0.9 1906 12200.5 329.1 1906Q 12200.5 7 329.1 17 70.62 0 21.87 188.6 16315 216.60 302/205 27389 41.4
Central Bank 10 1903 4125.9 46 22639 -5641.5 -13.7 - 0.3 - 1906 5714.4 118.3 1906Q 5714.4 0 118.3 108 89.46 0 6.66 166.2 7365 17.85 74/17 -8175 -
Corporation Bank 2 1903 1198.8 26 15623 -6333.0 -10.6 - 0.5 - 1906 3985.6 103.3 1906Q 3985.6 -5 103.3 22 93.50 0 4.50 87.6 10490 17.50 32/17 9223 -
*IDBI Bank Ltd. 10 1903 7736.3 40 22071 -15116.3 -19.5 - 0.0 - 1906 5091.1 -3800.8 1906Q 5091.1 -12 -3800.8 -58 97.45 0 0.25 381.2 19109 24.70 66/24 19109 -
Indian Bank 10 1903 491.5 332 19185 322.0 6.5 - 0.7 1.6 1906 5137.6 365.4 1906Q 5137.6 9 365.4 75 79.62 0 15.11 80.2 8189 166.60 340/160 8625 17.1
Indian Overseas 10 1903 9141.6 18 17631 -3737.9 -4.1 - 0.4 - 1906 4336.4 -342.1 1906Q 4336.4 2 -342.1 63 92.51 0 3.34 272.1 8602 9.41 17/9 4456 -
Oriental Bank of 10 1903 1370.2 127 17868 55.0 0.4 - 0.8 0.3 1906 4919.8 112.7 1906Q 4919.8 15 112.7 129 87.57 0 7.90 143.4 8393 61.25 119/58 11318 15.0
Punj. & Sind Ban 10 1903 602.1* 95 8559 -543.5 -9.0 - 0.5 - 1906 2070.9 -30.3 1906Q 2070.9 -5 -30.3 92 85.55 0 8.66 114.3 1153 19.15 35/19 -1074 -
Punj. NationlBak 2 1903 920.8 89 51310 -9975.5 -21.7 - 1.0 - 1906 13086.4 1018.6 1906Q 13086.4 -0 1018.6 208 75.40 0 15.98 677.9 29259 63.55 100/59 36455 -
SBI 1 1903 892.5 220 242869 862.2 1.0 - 2.1 0.4 1906 62637.8 2312.2 1906Q 62637.8 7 2312.2 147 57.13 0 34.15 1389.4 241946 271.10 374/248 468031 30.1
Syndicate Bank 10 1903 2683.7 56 21725 -2588.3 -9.6 - 1.7 - 1906 5544.8 -980.5 1906Q 5544.8 5 -980.5 24 78.47 0 10.00 283.9 7997 29.80 47/29 19989 -
UCO Bank 10 1903 7362.2 18 14331 -4321.1 -5.9 - 0.7 - 1906 3816.5 -601.5 1906Q 3816.5 2 -601.5 5 92.51 0 3.40 313.6 10528 14.30 23/14 10029 -
Union Bank of In 10 1903 1763.0 138 34067 -2947.4 -16.7 - 1.8 - 1906 8897.6 224.4 1906Q 8897.6 2 224.4 73 74.27 0 16.02 276.8 10464 59.35 100/58 32531 -
United Bank of I 10 1903 7427.9 14 8560 -2315.9 -3.1 - 0.2 - 1906 2374.4 105.0 1906Q 2374.4 10 105.0 127 96.83 0 1.52 99.6 6953 9.36 13/9 2987 -
46 FINANCE - HOUSING
IND. COMPOSITE 3383 108898 18344 23
Aavas Financiers 10 1903 78.1 235 710 175.9 22.5 - 2.0 9.6 1906 197.4 45.3 1906Q 197.4 34 45.3 51 58.29 0 32.33 11.2 11604 1485.65 1622/612 14578 60.7
Can Fin Homes 2 1903 26.6 134 1727 296.7 22.3 0.40 9.4 16.6 1906 484.0 81.0 1906Q 484.0 19 81.0 5 30.11 0 1.84 86.0 4937 370.75 420/217 21211 16.2
Dewan Housing 10 1903 313.8 258 12882 -1036.1 -33.0 - 9.0 - 1903 3052.9 -2223.4 - - 30 - - 39.20 0 15.14 340.4 1279 40.75 690/37 77837 -
GIC Housing Fi 10 1903 53.9 233 1225 171.8 31.9 5.50 8.6 13.7 1906 310.1 14.9 1906Q 310.1 6 14.9 -70 42.40 0 15.71 53.2 895 166.20 357/158 9382 6.1
GRUH Finance Li 2 1903 146.8* 26 2027 447.2 6.1 2.00 8.8 23.8 1906 533.0 115.6 1906Q 533.0 18 115.6 0 47.42 0 30.55 72.2 17100 233.00XB 349/205 32469 38.2
HDFC 2 1903 345.1* 442 43348 9632.5 55.8 21.00 4.8 12.6 1906 12990.3 3203.1 1906Q 12990.3 31 3203.1 46 0.00 0 89.30 286.6 352204 2041.25 2357/1646 715873 33.1
HUDCO 10 1903 2001.9 55 5548 1180.2 5.9 0.82 3.5 10.8 1906 1806.5 335.7 1906Q 1806.5 18 335.7 1 89.80 0 2.74 279.2 6086 30.40 64/29 39920 5.1
Indiabulls Housing F 2 1903 85.5 404 15407 3729.3 87.2 40.00 5.6 21.6 1906 3293.3 579.0 1906Q 3293.3 -9 579.0 -40 21.51 0 65.29 131.0 20006 467.90 1298/425 102188 6.0
*LIC Housing Fi 2 1903 100.9 322 17355 2431.0 48.2 7.60 10.5 14.9 1906 4807.2 610.7 1906Q 4807.2 20 610.7 8 40.31 0 41.56 194.4 21438 424.80 587/388 189110 8.7
PNB Housing Finance 10 1903 168.1* 442 7481 1081.4 64.3 9.00 9.7 14.5 1906 2301.6 368.3 1906Q 2301.6 42 368.3 57 32.67 0 29.19 89.0 10798 642.45 1429/630 78631 8.9
*Repco Home Finance L 10 1903 62.6 244 1189 234.6 37.5 2.50 5.0 15.4 1906 328.1 62.4 1906Q 328.1 14 62.4 2 37.13 0 51.57 28.2 1926 307.90 594/276 8517 8.2

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47 FINANCE - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 54973 177195 4 1845 25
5Paisa Capital 10 1903 25.5* 58 63 -16.6 -6.5 - 0.3 - 1906 22.9 -0.5 1906Q 22.9 152 -0.5 91 30.44 0 18.51 23.5 319 125.35 271/121 307 -
Aditya Birla Capital 10 1903 2201.4 32 178 -9.6 -0.0 - 0.2 - 1906 5.0 -46.4 1906Q 5.0 -66 -46.4 -166 72.73 0 11.12 520.5 19152 87.00 145/78 20588 -
Au Small Finance Ban 10 1903 292.4 101 2949 381.8 13.1 0.75 2.9 13.0 1906 957.4 190.3 1906Q 957.4 59 190.3 148 32.18 7 38.39 81.1 19273 659.15 745/502 27076 38.9
Bajaj Finance L 2 1903 116.0 335 17384 3890.3 67.1 6.00 4.4 20.0 1906 5297.8 1124.7 1906Q 5297.8 40 1124.7 35 58.26 0 29.52 174.6 184137 3175.35 3761/1912 270247 44.0
Bajaj Finserv Ltd. 5 1903 79.6 199 423 307.2 19.3 2.50 0.0 9.7 1906 24.3 0.5 1906Q 24.3 -18 0.5 -92 60.71 0 15.14 99.2 109608 6887.70 8577/4960 109548 363.5
Bajaj Holdings & Inv 10 1903 111.3 987 994 788.2 70.8 32.50 0.0 7.2 1906 72.8 22.8 1906Q 72.8 -30 22.8 -60 49.55 0 16.40 44.7 36939 3319.10 3799/2204 36929 49.0
Balmer Lawrie Invest 10 1903 22.2 76 - 75.9 34.2 34.00 0.0 45.1 1906 0.0 1.6 1906Q 0.0 11 1.6 47 59.67 0 7.27 11.1 934 420.60 460/361 822 12.2
*Bengal & Assam Compa 10 1903 11.3 592 68 38.8 34.3 10.00 0.7 5.8 1906 26.6 8.6 1906Q 26.6 1457 8.6 1626 72.54 0 2.53 28.1 1553 1375.00 2300/1160 2009 32.4
BF Investment Ltd. 5 1903 18.8 360 49 43.3 11.5 - 0.0 3.2 1906 3.3 2.5 1906Q 3.3 247 2.5 240 73.38 0 2.00 22.4 906 240.65 367/168 903 20.1
BSE 2 1903 10.4 507 576 201.1 38.8 30.00 0.0 7.7 1906 137.5 34.4 1906Q 137.5 1 34.4 -34 0.00 0 36.91 177.1 2552 492.85 784/446 2227 13.9
*Capital India Fin 10 1903 77.7 66 54 10.2 1.3 0.40 1.0 2.0 1906 26.8 9.1 1906Q 26.8 290 9.1 896 73.03 0 0.00 0.6 855 110.00 185/79 845 46.5
Capri Global Capital 2 1903 35.0 77 500 128.7 7.3 0.36 1.5 9.5 1906 139.1 32.4 1906Q 139.1 36 32.4 20 74.93 0 3.82 5.2 2711 154.80 199/75 4768 20.2
Centrum Capital 1 1903 41.6 12 17 139.1 3.3 0.05 1.1 27.7 1903 3.0 -149.1 - - 13 - - 37.98 78 0.84 20.2 1144 27.50 54/22 1510 8.2
Cholamandalam Financ 1 1903 18.8 57 74 66.5 3.5 0.63 0.0 6.3 1906 4.1 2.6 1906Q 4.1 4 2.6 5 48.42 0 31.22 20.4 8590 457.60 630/414 8478 128.9
Cholamandalam Invest 2 1903 156.4* 79 6992 1186.2 15.2 1.30 8.2 19.2 1906 2029.5 314.2 1906Q 2029.5 27 314.2 10 52.94 0 35.84 51.5 20398 260.90 311/208 67290 16.8
CreditAccess Grameen 10 1903 143.6 165 1281 321.8 22.4 - 2.1 13.6 1906 375.8 95.8 1906Q 375.8 32 95.8 33 80.13 0 14.01 36.2 7405 515.55 591/246 11656 21.4
Dolat Investment 1 1903 17.6 9 116 50.6 2.9 0.10 0.0 33.5 1906 31.0 13.0 1906Q 31.0 34 13.0 30 74.48 0 0.05 8.2 702 39.90 92/24 700 13.1
Edelweiss Fin. Ser 1 1903 93.3* 35 303 102.9 1.1 1.40 0.1 3.1 1906 157.4 96.1 1906Q 157.4 65 96.1 193 32.93 17 34.83 156.9 9286 99.50 292/93 9635 55.9
*Embassy Office Parks 300 1903 22903.9 300 - -9.4 -0.1 - - - 1906 183.2 131.2 1906Q 183.2 - 131.2 - - 0 0.00 - 29012 380.00 398/300 29012 -
Equitas Holdings Ltd 10 1903 341.7* 53 21 9.3 0.3 - 0.0 0.5 1906 4.3 3.3 1906Q 4.3 -14 3.3 20 0.00 0 61.06 110.0 3490 102.15 163/78 3312 -
*Finkurve Financial S 1 1903 10.8 1 15 0.9 0.1 - 8.3 6.1 1903 3.1 -1.2 - - 35 - - 64.76 0 0.00 1.0 460 42.40 64/28 570 -
*General Ins. Corp. 5 1903 877.2 181 4190 2224.3 12.7 6.75 0.0 7.0 1906 547.5 108.6 1906Q 547.5 -46 108.6 -86 85.78 0 12.27 267.3 29579 168.60XB 359/154 16731 18.9
Geojit Financial 1 1903 23.8 17 265 29.3 1.2 1.00 0.0 7.2 1906 66.9 -3.1 1906Q 66.9 1 -3.1 -130 62.02 0 5.16 37.5 546 22.90 74/22 358 -
*Gloster L 10 1903 5.5 1717 501 44.1 80.7 10.00 0.1 4.7 1906 117.6 -5.3 1906Q 117.6 -1 -5.3 -140 72.56 0 18.97 3.2 335 612.30 1415/555 345 13.1
Gromo Trade & Consul 10 1903 28.4 14 30 0.4 0.1 - 0.2 0.9 1906 1.0 0.8 1906Q 1.0 8 0.8 707 1.39 0 0.00 0.6 600 211.30 490/211 603 -
HDFC AMC 5 1903 106.3* 144 1915 930.6 43.8 24.00 0.0 30.4 1906 504.4 291.8 1906Q 504.4 7 291.8 42 82.70 0 6.99 332.2 46299 2177.65 2370/1248 46267 45.5
HDFC Life Insurance 10 1903 2017.5 28 1615 1276.8 6.3 1.63 0.0 22.6 1906 449.1 424.6 1906Q 449.1 13 424.6 12 74.49 0 16.63 382.9 104385 517.40 560/345 103145 79.0
ICICI Lombard Gen. 10 1903 454.4* 119 1691 1049.3 23.1 6.00 0.1 19.4 1906 501.2 309.8 1906Q 501.2 8 309.8 7 55.86 0 24.50 226.8 53667 1181.00 1265/703 53750 50.2
ICICI Pru Life 10 1903 1435.8 49 1719 1140.6 7.9 3.15 0.0 16.2 1906 512.1 284.9 1906Q 512.1 33 284.9 1 74.98 0 17.80 320.2 55395 385.80 411/278 54734 48.4
ICICI Securities 5 1903 161.1 32 1704 486.9 15.1 9.40 0.4 47.1 1906 386.5 112.7 1906Q 386.5 -11 112.7 -14 79.22 0 13.97 122.4 6435 199.75 342/188 3766 13.7
*IDFC L 10 1903 1596.4 11 158 127.9 0.8 - 0.0 7.6 1906 42.3 25.8 1906Q 42.3 192 25.8 769 0.00 0 48.38 417.0 5356 33.55 53/32 5352 -
*IFCI Ltd. 10 1903 1696.0 25 2157 -443.8 -2.6 - 3.4 - 1906 480.4 -10.4 1906Q 480.4 -25 -10.4 97 56.42 0 16.79 528.0 1209 7.13 18/7 16667 -
*IIFL Holdings 2 1903 63.8 34 151 147.1 4.6 4.50 0.0 13.7 1906 0.0 -0.6 1906Q 0.0 -53 -0.6 -104 29.02 0 25.30 40.5 3665 114.80 739/99 3644 23.4
India Grid Trust 99 1903 5799.2* 99 555 211.2 3.6 - 0.6 3.7 1903 148.1 114.3 - - 92 - - - 0 0.00 - 5105 87.50 93/81 6656 -
Indiabulls Ventures 2 1903 122.3* 95 311 105.5 1.7 2.00 0.6 1.8 1906 98.4 86.3 1906Q 98.4 202 86.3 62 36.56 0 25.90 83.8 11522 188.35 820/164 11341 83.3
Indian Energy Exchan 1 1903 30.0 12 254 165.0 5.5 - 0.0 44.6 1906 60.6 39.6 1906Q 60.6 -10 39.6 -6 0.00 0 53.24 73.3 3993 133.30 178/128 3879 24.5
*Indostar Capital Fin 10 1903 92.3 328 1177 255.1 27.7 - 2.9 8.4 1906 404.6 34.6 1906Q 404.6 79 34.6 -8 60.73 0 21.54 106.8 2551 276.45 477/272 10372 10.1
JM Financial Ltd. 1 1903 84.1* 30 143 111.3 1.3 1.00 0.0 4.5 1906 29.8 -9.7 1906Q 29.8 -25 -9.7 -673 62.01 0 23.76 56.7 5891 70.05 128/61 5877 57.3
*JSW Holdings 10 1903 11.1 7369 107 87.8 79.1 - 0.0 1.1 1906 11.9 9.4 1906Q 11.9 -7 9.4 -4 61.41 18 25.62 19.0 3002 2704.90 3139/1790 2992 34.4
Kalyani Investment 10 1903 4.4 8359 37 33.0 75.6 - 0.0 0.9 1906 2.1 1.2 1906Q 2.1 27 1.2 432 73.60 0 2.65 18.1 696 1594.25 2525/1396 694 20.1
*Kama Holdings Ltd. 10 1903 6.5 863 38 37.7 58.5 15.00 0.0 6.8 1906 0.0 -0.4 1906Q 0.0 5 -0.4 -139 74.99 0 0.20 5.6 3286 5093.25 6300/4400 3286 90.7
*L&T Finance Holdings 10 1903 2000.5* 39 482 267.1 1.3 1.00 0.3 3.5 1906 16.6 -29.9 1906Q 16.6 -49 -29.9 -389 63.89 0 13.51 504.5 17984 89.90 189/89 19149 79.3
M&M Fin.Services 2 1903 123.6 177 8723 1557.1 25.2 6.50 4.8 14.3 1906 2394.0 68.4 1906Q 2394.0 24 68.4 -75 51.18 0 40.41 71.0 19256 311.70 496/285 71144 14.2
Magma Fincorp Ltd. 2 1903 53.9* 95 2231 275.1 10.2 0.80 3.6 10.8 1906 559.0 7.8 1906Q 559.0 5 7.8 -85 24.41 0 64.20 19.1 1810 67.20 155/63 9273 7.8
*Manappuram Finance 2 1903 168.7* 52 3418 790.5 9.4 2.20 2.9 18.0 1906 949.4 220.3 1906Q 949.4 22 220.3 29 35.12 3 49.33 104.9 10123 120.05 145/66 22415 12.1
Mas Financial Servic 10 1903 54.7 166 572 152.1 27.8 5.10 2.2 16.7 1906 159.1 40.7 1906Q 159.1 31 40.7 34 73.46 0 13.10 19.0 3264 597.05 645/365 4915 20.1
Max Financial Servic 2 1903 53.9 74 317 49.4 1.8 - 0.0 2.5 1906 196.1 171.6 1906Q 196.1 52 171.6 127 28.32 80 61.69 57.8 12023 446.30 519/344 12020 82.6
Max India 2 1903 53.7 64 56 -18.5 -0.7 - 0.0 - 1906 16.6 -7.3 1906Q 16.6 14 -7.3 -630 40.92 84 42.05 35.0 1518 56.50 94/54 1517 -
Max Ventures and Ind 10 1903 146.6 58 27 8.9 0.6 - 0.0 1.1 1906 7.6 2.9 1906Q 7.6 23 2.9 919 47.14 0 31.54 35.6 644 43.90 76/33 643 -
MCX 10 1903 51.0 287 298 136.5 26.8 20.00 0.0 9.3 1906 78.8 40.2 1906Q 78.8 8 40.2 552 0.00 0 72.24 131.8 4332 849.45 895/644 4272 25.4
Motilal Oswal Financ 1 1903 14.6 178 1217 322.3 22.1 8.50 0.5 12.4 1906 282.9 63.1 1906Q 282.9 2 63.1 2 70.12 0 15.23 30.1 8049 551.25 884/480 8904 24.9
Muthoot Capital 10 1903 16.4 290 535 82.4 50.1 - 2.9 17.3 1906 143.9 13.6 1906Q 143.9 16 13.6 -34 62.48 0 15.60 13.6 802 487.85 1049/420 2079 10.6
*Muthoot Finance 10 1903 400.7 244 6878 1972.1 49.2 12.00 2.4 20.1 1906 1856.8 530.0 1906Q 1856.8 14 530.0 8 73.48 0 22.24 49.3 24489 611.15 657/357 42702 12.2
Nalwa Sons Investmen 10 1903 5.1 808 27 29.3 57.1 - 0.0 7.1 1903 1.5 0.6 - - 30 - - 55.61 0 5.22 19.9 484 942.95 1400/870 474 16.5
*NBI Industrial Fin 5 1903 1.2 476 8 6.1 24.8 0.25 0.0 5.2 1903 2.3 1.7 - - 66 - - 60.00 0 2.24 5.5 341 1386.40 1574/885 339 55.8
Network 18 Media & I 5 1903 523.5 16 112 -634.6 -6.1 - 0.5 - 1906 27.7 -326.1 1906Q 27.7 71 -326.1 -326 74.99 0 5.47 64.8 2136 20.40 58/18 3398 -
*Niyogin Fintech 10 U1903 84.8 30 19 -6.6 -0.8 - 0.0 - 1906 5.6 -3.6 1906Q 5.6 53 -3.6 -21355 40.15 0 21.22 1.0 448 52.80 173/40 437 -
*Paisalo Digital L 10 1903 42.3 155 318 56.8 13.4 1.00 1.5 8.7 1906 82.9 15.6 1906Q 82.9 3 15.6 -15 27.73 0 17.94 1.8 1481 350.10 469/291 2380 27.9
*Pilani Investmen 10 1903 7.9 5584 49 33.4 42.2 25.00 0.0 0.8 1906 6.5 -5.1 1906Q 6.5 241 -5.1 -365 57.54 0 1.41 5.9 1451 1835.05 2627/1800 1451 55.1
PNB Gilts Ltd. 10 1903 180.0 49 508 52.9 2.9 1.40 5.0 6.0 1906 193.5 45.2 1906Q 193.5 367 45.2 202 74.06 0 0.63 43.4 589 32.70 40/24 4851 4.2
*Power Finance Co 10 1903 2640.1 164 28842 6952.9 26.3 - 6.8 16.1 1906 7580.6 1382.8 1906Q 7580.6 8 1382.8 1 59.04 0 35.53 232.7 26889 101.85 139/72
307973 3.9
PTC India Financial 10 1903 642.3 32 1334 184.1 2.9 0.80 4.0 8.9 1906 352.1 15.6 1906Q 352.1 12 15.6 -72 64.99 0 4.04 117.7 728 11.33 20/11 10038 5.1
Rane Holdings Ltd. 10 1903 14.3 302 116 76.4 53.5 19.00 0.0 17.7 1906 17.5 6.8 1906Q 17.5 4 6.8 -1 46.37 0 18.87 9.6 1268 888.00 2019/821 1281 16.6
REC 10 1903 1974.9 174 25310 5763.7 29.2 11.00 7.1 16.8 1906 6986.2 1501.3 1906Q 6986.2 22 1501.3 2 52.63 0 39.58 288.0 28024 141.90 170/94
270749 4.8
*Reliance Capital 10 U1903 252.7 567 2312 157.0 6.2 10.50 1.3 1.1 1906 509.0 -116.0 1906Q 509.0 -10 -116.0 -205 41.52 97 26.88 754.8 879 34.80 488/30 16477 -
Reliance NipLifeAML 10 1903 612.0 41 1415 475.2 7.8 6.00 0.0 18.8 1906 308.2 122.6 1906Q 308.2 -18 122.6 13 74.99 0 14.62 80.9 14951 244.30 260/120 14394 30.6
*Religare Enterprises 10 1903 216.9 76 9 -146.1 -6.7 - 0.2 - 1906 0.0 -7.1 1906Q 0.0 -91 -7.1 58 1.04 68 32.88 44.1 594 27.40 51/17 1073 -
Satin Creditcare 10 1903 52.0 218 1373 194.9 37.5 - 4.6 17.2 1906 332.7 41.4 1906Q 332.7 5 41.4 65 29.70 21 40.20 9.6 1359 261.10 398/183 4871 6.4
*SBI Life Insurance 10 1903 1000.0 76 1504 1326.8 13.3 2.00 0.0 17.5 1906 386.8 371.9 1906Q 386.8 6 371.9 5 67.30 0 25.56 302.1 81960 819.60 862/487 79539 61.0
Shriram City Uni 10 1903 66.0* 968 5779 988.9 149.8 22.00 3.5 15.5 1906 1493.5 253.2 1906Q 1493.5 7 253.2 10 33.74 0 32.28 9.6 9040 1369.75 2036/1222 30326 8.9
Shriram Trans.Fi 10 1903 226.9 698 15522 2564.0 113.0 12.00 5.6 16.2 1906 4053.8 634.3 1906Q 4053.8 9 634.3 11 26.08 0 64.48 54.9 22924 1010.40 1371/904 106857 8.7
*Spandana Sphoorty Fi 10 1903 64.2* 295 1036 308.7 48.1 - 1.6 16.3 - - - - - - - - 62.70 0 15.82 19.8 5239 816.40 865/690 7836 -
*SREI Infrastructure 10 1903 503.1 59 1878 94.7 1.9 0.50 4.3 3.2 1906 516.9 2.9 1906Q 516.9 26 2.9 -91 60.79 0 14.27 72.2 497 9.88 56/10 12545 7.4
Sundaram Finance 10 1903 111.1 454 3398 1126.3 101.4 17.50 3.5 22.3 1906 923.1 157.5 1906Q 923.1 23 157.5 12 36.37 0 18.85 26.3 16974 1527.75 1745/1320 29735 14.8

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Aug 23, 2019

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)

(23/08/2019)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Sundaram Finance Hol 5 1903 75.6 117 119 84.9 5.6 1.75 0.0 4.8 1903 41.8 32.4 - - 49 - - 54.34 0 8.74 25.7 1097 72.60 139/68 1095 12.9
*Tata Investment 10 1903 50.6 1546 182 147.7 29.2 20.00 0.0 1.9 1906 25.4 19.5 1906Q 25.4 -18 19.5 -13 73.38 0 4.23 33.3 3834 757.70 932/654 3817 26.5
The Investment Trust 10 1903 51.0 76 327 -20.0 -3.9 - 0.8 - 1906 65.2 -2.9 1906Q 65.2 -5 -2.9 68 73.84 0 4.22 3.0 697 136.55 285/114 1013 -
*The New India Assur 5 1903 824.0 142 690 579.8 3.5 1.50 0.0 2.5 1906 383.2 277.1 1906Q 383.2 -49 277.1 -56 85.43 0 13.62 96.4 17320 105.10XB 260/101 7716 78.1
Tourism Finance 10 1903 80.7 91 230 86.3 10.7 2.20 2.0 11.7 1906 62.6 22.9 1906Q 62.6 9 22.9 12 51.58 37 7.69 51.9 645 79.95 154/56 1903 7.3
Ugro Capital 10 1903 51.0* 124 37 1.5 0.3 3.50 0.0 0.2 1906 14.9 -1.8 1906Q 14.9 1088 -1.8 -586 8.18 0 22.65 1.2 944 185.00 360/140 944 -
Ujjivan Financial 10 1903 121.4* 145 22 21.6 1.8 1.30 0.0 1.2 1906 0.0 0.5 1906Q 0.0 45 0.5 161 0.00 0 56.75 79.0 3214 264.70 372/167 3091 140.0
*Vardhman Holdings 10 1903 3.2 1885 32 30.3 94.8 5.00 0.0 5.0 1906 5.2 3.8 1906Q 5.2 105 3.8 164 74.89 0 4.02 9.0 471 1475.00 3026/1340 469 14.4
*Weizmann Forex 10 1903 11.1 94 9160 -13.6 -12.3 - 0.6 - 1906 1950.9 2.0 1906Q 1950.9 -21 2.0 -71 89.93 0 0.01 8.0 329 295.80 646/278 375 -
48 GLASS
IND. COMPOSITE 187 4397 381 21
Asahi India Glass 1 1903 24.3 51 2859 190.1 7.8 1.00 1.1 15.2 1906 699.7 40.1 1906Q 699.7 -4 40.1 -12 54.27 6 2.54 47.1 4254 175.00 367/175 5650 23.0
Borosil Glass 1 1903 9.2 94 357 46.9 5.1 0.25 0.0 5.4 1906 91.6 13.0 1906Q 91.6 27 13.0 17 72.85 0 2.88 32.2 1102 119.30XB 355/113 1092 22.6
Empire Inds. 10 1903 6.0 396 526 43.8 73.1 25.00 0.9 18.5 1906 128.5 6.5 1906Q 128.5 18 6.5 -20 72.55 0 14.66 5.7 465 774.95 1810/644 649 11.0
Guj. Borosil Ltd 5 1903 34.1 14 217 10.1 1.5 - 0.1 10.3 1906 43.8 -2.1 1906Q 43.8 -11 -2.1 -164 74.95 0 0.06 31.9 398 58.40 140/55 407 -
*La Opala RG Ltd. 2 1903 22.2 48 278 74.0 6.7 1.20 0.0 14.0 1906 58.1 20.4 1906Q 58.1 5 20.4 41 65.32 0 19.18 16.1 1627 146.60 288/143 1628 20.4
Saint-Gobain Sekurit 10 1903 91.1 13 160 16.1 1.8 - 0.0 13.8 1906 35.9 2.2 1906Q 35.9 -6 2.2 -32 75.00 0 0.88 24.3 365 40.05 68/38 368 24.3
49 GRANITES/MARBLES
IND. COMPOSITE 6 146 7 20
Pokarna Ltd. 2 1903 6.2 45 146 6.9 2.2 0.12 0.5 5.0 1906 25.9 0.4 1906Q 25.9 -16 0.4 223 56.66 0 10.22 15.5 369 118.95 199/112 429 51.7
50 HORTICULTURE AND FL ORI CULTURE
IND. COMPOSITE 130 4291 463 17
Advanced Enzyme Tech 2 1903 22.3* 29 222 35.2 3.2 0.08 0.1 11.0 1906 58.5 13.3 1906Q 58.5 8 13.3 22 57.30 0 19.27 54.2 1617 144.80 229/144 1657 42.9
Kaveri Seed Company 2 1903 12.6 160 769 214.7 34.0 3.00 0.0 21.2 1906 655.5 228.9 1906Q 655.5 13 228.9 9 55.09 0 29.65 28.1 2935 464.95 660/376 2928 12.6
Nath Bio-Genes 10 1903 19.0 267 233 38.4 20.2 - 0.1 7.6 1906 165.9 35.3 1906Q 165.9 30 35.3 36 40.72 19 12.25 24.0 680 358.05 533/328 668 14.2
*Trescon L 10 1903 61.9 14 24 0.1 0.0 - 0.2 0.1 1906 0.0 1.2 1906Q 0.0 90 1.2 293 57.68 0 0.00 4.8 452 73.00 102/13 455 -
Venky's (India) Ltd. 10 1903 14.1 626 3043 174.1 123.6 8.00 0.3 19.8 1906 905.3 61.8 1906Q 905.3 20 61.8 -13 56.10 0 2.88 46.5 1924 1365.95 3069/1100 2017 11.7
51 HOSPITALS AND MEDIC AL SERVICES
IND. COMPOSITE 1980 16300 1044 54
Apollo Hospitals 5 1903 69.6 279 8337 302.8 21.8 6.00 0.8 7.8 1906 2229.2 79.3 1906Q 2229.2 17 79.3 32 34.39 71 57.07 41.7 20037 1440.20 1508/998 22639 62.2
Aster DM Healthcare 10 1903 505.2 52 595 48.1 1.0 - 0.2 1.8 1906 169.1 -16.9 1906Q 169.1 26 -16.9 -33 37.80 0 15.27 88.9 5979 118.35 184/110 6378 -
Dr. Lal Pathlabs Ltd 10 1903 83.3 112 1165 195.4 23.5 6.00 0.0 21.0 1906 324.5 57.3 1906Q 324.5 15 57.3 15 56.91 0 28.51 39.0 9549 1145.80 1215/817 9071 47.1
Fortis Healthcare 10 1903 755.0 111 656 123.1 1.6 - 0.1 1.5 1906 178.8 472.1 1906Q 178.8 14 472.1 3450 31.16 0 50.38 114.0 9165 121.40 154/112 9502 15.0
Healthcare Global En 10 1903 88.6 73 641 7.3 0.8 - 0.4 1.1 1906 170.9 -2.0 1906Q 170.9 11 -2.0 -161 23.91 0 58.00 9.3 931 105.00 290/94 1134 -
Indraprastha Med 10 1903 91.7 27 788 28.4 3.1 1.60 0.3 11.6 1906 203.7 8.5 1906Q 203.7 8 8.5 31 50.99 0 0.14 35.5 330 36.05 52/35 382 10.9
*Kovai Medical 10 1903 10.9 314 628 60.1 55.0 3.00 0.6 17.5 1906 165.4 19.8 1906Q 165.4 9 19.8 23 50.65 0 5.77 6.5 750 685.10 957/650 822 11.7
Metropolis Healthcar 2 1903 10.0 83 581 101.5 20.2 - 0.0 24.4 1906 157.0 18.3 1906Q 157.0 18 18.3 -4 57.40 45 21.70 18.2 5236 1043.55 1080/905 5228 -
Narayana Hrudayalaya 10 1903 204.4 57 2077 50.1 2.5 1.00 0.4 4.3 1906 558.4 20.6 1906Q 558.4 16 20.6 3712 63.85 0 28.95 30.3 4675 228.75 264/181 5080 66.7
Shalby 10 1903 108.0 74 461 32.1 3.0 0.50 0.1 4.0 1906 131.8 23.7 1906Q 131.8 14 23.7 95 79.43 0 6.66 55.7 864 80.00 178/76 840 19.8
*Thyrocare Tech. 10 1903 52.8 86 370 95.2 18.0 20.00 0.0 20.9 1906 100.5 30.1 1906Q 100.5 13 30.1 19 65.94 0 25.07 27.9 2363 447.50 697/407 2353 23.6
52 HOTELS AND RESORTS
IND. COMPOSITE 1891 8237 531 43
*Asian Hotels (West) 10 1903 11.7 281 149 26.7 22.9 1.00 0.7 8.1 1906 32.0 -0.5 1906Q 32.0 -6 -0.5 -106 68.70 0 0.80 10.1 320 275.00 400/240 517 18.0
Chalet Hotels L 10 1903 205.0 71 987 -10.2 -0.5 - 1.0 - 1906 240.3 14.0 1906Q 240.3 2 14.0 165 71.41 32 25.89 2.6 6760 329.70 387/250 8034 -
Coffee Day Enterpris 10 1903 211.3 86 122 -67.7 -3.2 - 0.3 - 1903 76.9 -22.3 - - -47 - - 53.93 76 5.76 40.7 1694 80.20 325/63 2231 -
EIH Ltd. 2 1903 114.3 50 1543 113.3 2.0 0.90 0.2 4.0 1906 289.6 -7.1 1906Q 289.6 -14 -7.1 -170 35.24 0 18.79 50.1 9059 158.50 215/138 9485 94.3
Hotel Leela Ven. 2 1903 126.1 4 154 -118.9 -1.9 - 8.3 - 1906 31.9 -7.5 1906Q 31.9 -80 -7.5 89 47.27 77 2.48 83.8 397 6.30 20/6 3565 -
*India Tourism De 10 1903 85.8 41 350 42.2 4.9 2.10 0.0 11.9 1906 60.8 1.0 1906Q 60.8 -18 1.0 -86 87.02 0 3.37 8.0 1347 157.10 432/152 1037 37.7
Indian Hotels Co 1 1903 118.9 38 2780 263.7 2.2 0.29 0.3 5.9 1906 571.9 22.4 1906Q 571.9 1 22.4 234 39.08 0 41.11 132.1 16162 135.90 164/110 17321 53.4
Lemon Tree Hotels 10 1903 792.2 13 273 63.2 0.8 - 0.3 6.1 1906 64.8 3.1 1906Q 64.8 2 3.1 -37 30.89 34 24.39 23.2 4294 54.20 91/48 4565 -
Mac Charles 10 1903 13.1 243 78 44.0 33.6 10.00 0.4 13.8 1906 14.6 1.9 1906Q 14.6 -18 1.9 -63 74.99 98 0.02 9.4 445 340.00 419/248 561 10.9
Mahindra Holidays 10 1903 133.6 22 918 63.9 4.8 3.33 0.0 21.5 1906 250.5 18.2 1906Q 250.5 7 18.2 32 67.30 0 19.69 32.9 2828 211.75 266/185 2803 41.4
Oriental Hotels 1 1903 17.9 19 345 89.4 5.0 0.50 0.0 26.5 1906 66.1 -5.7 1906Q 66.1 -19 -5.7 -60 61.85 9 12.74 23.5 682 38.20 49/31 630 7.8
Sayaji Hotels Lt 10 1903 17.5 42 218 -3.1 -1.8 - 1.4 - 1906 46.9 -1.8 1906Q 46.9 -3 -1.8 -233 74.90 45 0.02 3.4 450 257.00 304/219 521 -
Taj GVK Hotels & Res 2 1903 12.5 64 317 24.3 3.9 0.60 0.4 6.1 1906 72.2 5.6 1906Q 72.2 -1 5.6 24 74.98 0 12.22 26.1 765 122.00 244/116 923 30.1
*Westlife Development 2 1903 31.1 31 0 -0.0 -0.0 - 0.0 - 1906 0.0 -0.1 1906Q 0.0 -47 -0.1 65 62.14 0 23.19 8.7 4373 280.95 454/257 4373 -
53 INFRASTRUCTURE - GE NERAL
IND. COMPOSITE 3024 10321 1877 16
Arvind SmartSpaces 10 1903 35.6* 87 234 46.0 12.9 1.50 0.4 14.9 1906 24.9 4.5 1906Q 24.9 -17 4.5 -5 59.39 17 5.95 115.9 306 86.10 161/76 404 6.7
Bharti Infratel Ltd. 10 1903 1849.6 85 6822 2779.0 15.0 15.00 0.0 17.7 1906 1724.3 448.1 1906Q 1724.3 2 448.1 -70 53.51 0 45.43 37.2 45695 247.05 334/239 45699 26.7
*GMR Infrastructure L 1 1903 603.6 19 1101 -1034.3 -1.7 - 0.5 - 1906 312.3 -215.1 1906Q 312.3 9 -215.1 -122 63.53 74 23.58 395.2 9024 14.95 22/13 15237 -
MEP Infrastructure 10 1903 183.4 45 1869 30.1 1.6 0.30 0.5 3.7 1906 424.4 -32.4 1906Q 424.4 -26 -32.4 -345 65.76 47 12.94 17.6 516 28.15 56/25 777 -
*Sadbhav Infrastructu 10 1903 352.2 41 295 56.5 1.6 0.50 1.0 3.9 1906 46.0 4.0 1906Q 46.0 -28 4.0 -66 69.62 29 17.06 7.8 1761 50.00 132/40 3049 36.0
54 IRON AND STEEL
IND. COMPOSITE 8316 351511 22634 5
Adhunik Industries 10 1903 46.8 24 670 3.8 0.8 - 0.7 3.4 1906 158.9 2.6 1906Q 158.9 -4 2.6 -2 74.96 68 0.00 1.9 412 88.00 97/37 475 -
*APL Apollo Tubes 10 1903 24.3 416 5868 126.4 52.1 14.00 0.7 12.5 1906 1652.3 20.6 1906Q 1652.3 20 20.6 -24 37.17 0 12.57 23.6 3158 1302.15 1700/1009 3797 26.3
*Beekay Steel Indus 10 1903 19.1 208 960 98.3 51.5 2.00 0.6 24.8 1906 197.5 27.2 1906Q 197.5 -26 27.2 -11 69.20 0 0.00 2.0 427 224.00 440/200 602 4.4
Gallantt Ispat Ltd. 1 1903 28.2 27 1229 130.2 4.6 0.05 0.5 17.0 1906 311.4 25.1 1906Q 311.4 0 25.1 -37 63.09 0 0.00 3.3 525 18.60 51/19 755 4.6
Gandhi Special 5 1903 6.9 145 123 38.6 28.0 9.00 0.0 19.2 1906 23.8 5.8 1906Q 23.8 -37 5.8 -49 73.26 0 1.97 8.5 408 295.00 414/263 403 12.3
*Godawari Power & Isp 10 1903 35.2 306 2875 213.3 60.5 - 1.6 19.8 1906 727.5 40.5 1906Q 727.5 13 40.5 -27 67.36 33 5.25 19.2 469 133.20 587/129 1844 2.4
Indian Metal & F 10 1903 27.0 429 1634 11.0 4.1 5.00 0.6 0.9 1906 445.9 10.7 1906Q 445.9 8 10.7 -63 58.68 0 0.57 41.9 398 147.70 346/136 1020 -
Jai Corp Ltd. 1 1903 17.8 71 623 22.1 1.2 0.50 0.6 1.7 1906 144.0 4.0 1906Q 144.0 -9 4.0 -71 73.00 0 7.58 76.7 1239 69.45 174/66 1847 -
*Jindal Saw 2 1903 64.0 199 9829 500.1 15.6 2.00 0.7 7.8 1906 2581.0 145.6 1906Q 2581.0 13 145.6 53 63.00 4 11.69 58.5 2142 67.00 102/63 6319 3.9
*Jindal St & Pwr 1 1903 102.0* 221 27716 -262.9 -2.6 - 0.9 - 1906 7084.8 223.9 1906Q 7084.8 5 223.9 -33 60.51 65 23.96 166.3 10394 101.90 246/94 31589 -
Jindal Stainless 2 1903 95.8 52 12585 139.0 2.9 - 1.8 5.6 1906 3066.7 66.8 1906Q 3066.7 -3 66.8 -26 67.27 85 19.82 61.8 1409 29.40 72/21 5082 12.3

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(23/08/19)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Jindal Stainless (Hi 2 1903 47.2 64 8956 261.6 11.1 - 2.1 17.3 1906 2147.3 84.0 1906Q 2147.3 1 84.0 6 57.66 88 24.87 55.0 1477 62.60 160/58 4118 5.5
JSW Steel 1 1903 241.7 145 76727 8259.0 34.2 4.10 0.9 23.5 1906 17499.0 1423.0 1906Q 17499.0 -8 1423.0 -39 42.65 46 21.44 590.5 53324 220.60 427/206 79529 7.3
Kalyani Steel 5 1903 21.8 204 1407 132.0 30.2 5.00 0.2 14.8 1906 343.4 36.6 1906Q 343.4 6 36.6 31 64.71 0 4.92 49.0 760 174.10 305/162 853 5.4
Kirloskar Ferrou 5 1903 68.8* 48 2159 98.1 7.1 2.00 0.2 15.0 1906 482.0 18.4 1906Q 482.0 -1 18.4 76 59.41 0 12.93 51.5 799 58.05 104/56 909 7.5
Maha. Seamless 5 1903 33.5 476 3061 262.4 39.2 6.00 0.0 8.2 1906 690.3 91.4 1906Q 690.3 14 91.4 -9 62.07 0 10.09 23.7 2498 372.85 532/361 2504 9.9
Mishra Dhatu Nig 10 1903 187.3 45 711 130.6 7.0 2.19 0.1 15.6 1906 132.1 23.0 1906Q 132.1 25 23.0 79 74.00 0 20.09 32.2 2082 111.15 160/100 1995 14.8
Monnet Ispat & Energ 10 1903 469.5 31 1879 -3461.1 -73.7 - 1.9 - 1906 777.1 -135.2 1906Q 777.1 79 -135.2 65 74.35 24 19.93 34.3 681 14.50 48/13 2666 -
Mukand Ltd. 10 1903 141.4 74 3588 -84.1 -5.9 - 1.5 - 1906 821.9 -32.1 1906Q 821.9 0 -32.1 -45 74.34 14 3.87 37.1 450 31.85 71/27 2046 -
*Pennar Industrie 5 1903 76.2 44 2116 64.0 4.2 - 0.6 9.6 1906 534.7 16.4 1906Q 534.7 57 16.4 46 35.23 6 21.64 50.1 389 25.50 49/23 586 6.2
*Prakash Indus. 10 1903 171.3 167 3588 539.2 31.5 1.20 0.3 18.8 1906 825.4 37.0 1906Q 825.4 -16 37.0 -78 42.10 47 4.55 90.7 656 38.30 163/31 1325 1.5
*Ratnamani Metals 2 1903 9.3 326 2755 252.9 54.1 9.00 0.0 16.6 1906 587.7 62.7 1906Q 587.7 -4 62.7 9 60.09 0 20.63 10.6 4276 915.10 1030/736 4200 16.6
RMG Alloy Steel 6 1903 249.7 -4 436 -20.1 -0.5 - -1.5 - 1906 99.1 -8.0 1906Q 99.1 -10 -8.0 -143 49.85 50 0.00 79.8 439 10.55 34/8 869 -
Sarda Energy & Miner 10 1903 36.0 434 1653 214.8 59.6 5.00 0.2 13.7 1906 420.8 52.5 1906Q 420.8 -5 52.5 1 72.49 0 2.25 20.8 530 146.90 438/140 824 2.5
Srikalahasthi Pipes 10 1903 46.7 270 1559 117.5 25.2 6.00 0.3 9.3 1906 360.8 33.4 1906Q 360.8 22 33.4 93 47.83 31 14.36 31.5 782 167.55 261/157 913 5.9
*Steel Authority 10 1903 4130.6 92 66967 2178.8 5.3 0.50 1.1 5.7 1906 14820.0 68.8 1906Q 14820.0 -7 68.8 -87 74.99 0 19.20 360.4 12950 31.35 82/30 54164 7.6
*Sunflag Iron 10 1903 180.2 52 2229 110.6 6.1 0.50 0.4 11.8 1906 486.1 4.1 1906Q 486.1 -13 4.1 -90 49.16 0 0.12 56.2 433 24.05 76/23 683 5.9
Surya Roshni Ltd 10 1903 54.4 212 5977 120.9 22.2 2.00 1.0 10.5 1906 1412.3 19.4 1906Q 1412.3 11 19.4 -6 62.90 21 3.86 24.5 852 156.55 333/151 1899 7.1
Tata Metaliks 10 1903 28.1 273 2155 181.9 64.8 3.50 1.2 23.7 1906 499.0 19.6 1906Q 499.0 7 19.6 -35 55.06 0 16.60 53.7 1403 499.40 754/481 1817 8.2
Tata Steel 10 1903 1204.1 586 70611 10533.2 87.5 13.00 0.4 14.9 1906 16091.3 1539.0 1906Q 16091.3 -2 1539.0 -34 33.12 4 44.04 803.8 41518 344.80 647/330 69734 4.3
Tata Steel BSL 2 1903 218.7 167 20892 1713.1 15.7 - -0.6 9.3 1906 4332.7 113.3 1906Q 4332.7 -6 113.3 -95 72.65 0 10.34 105.3 2329 21.30 46/20 15931 -
Tata Steel Long Prod 10 1903 45.1* 570 992 124.3 27.6 12.50 0.0 4.8 1906 704.6 -86.0 1906Q 704.6 170 -86.0 -289 75.91 0 6.85 43.5 1867 413.95 658/410 1520 -
*Technocraft Industri 10 1903 24.5 306 1151 102.4 41.8 - 0.6 13.7 1906 301.4 23.3 1906Q 301.4 10 23.3 -17 73.42 0 5.19 10.8 748 305.60 650/281 1104 7.6
Usha Martin Ltd. 1 1903 30.5 8 1690 59.0 1.9 - 20.1 25.6 1906 356.6 371.1 1906Q 356.6 -71 371.1 1826 49.14 53 13.48 44.5 684 22.45 46/22 4142 1.7
*Welspun Corp 5 1903 132.6 62 4136 -277.2 -10.5 0.50 0.4 - 1906 538.3 153.8 1906Q 538.3 -61 153.8 621 48.97 0 14.13 53.3 2952 111.30 187/89 3492 -
55 LAMINATES
IND. COMPOSITE 94 5032 341 20
Century Plyboards 1 1903 22.2 44 2264 158.8 7.1 1.00 0.6 16.4 1906 573.7 48.1 1906Q 573.7 7 48.1 6 72.74 0 14.52 55.5 2905 130.75 235/112 3391 18.0
*Greenply Industr 1 1903 12.3 82 1832 100.8 8.2 0.40 0.7 10.0 1906 305.4 15.7 1906Q 305.4 -25 15.7 -34 51.02 0 31.85 22.3 1769 144.25 209/110 2366 19.1
*Oriental Veneer 1 1903 5.4 9 103 10.1 1.9 0.20 0.9 19.7 1906 22.4 2.2 1906Q 22.4 -26 2.2 -22 57.85 0 0.00 1.5 315 58.35 69/37 325 33.4
*Stylam Industries 10 1903 8.2 221 461 35.1 43.0 - 0.8 19.4 1906 112.7 6.5 1906Q 112.7 5 6.5 -7 52.70 41 6.90 3.7 396 485.00 810/461 512 11.4
*The Indian Wood Prod 2 1903 12.8 55 200 17.8 2.8 0.20 0.1 5.1 1906 47.6 2.6 1906Q 47.6 -2 2.6 -13 70.18 0 0.62 2.8 315 49.20XB 96/47 345 18.0
*Uniply Industries 2 1903 33.0 33 172 18.3 1.1 0.24 0.6 3.3 1906 106.9 7.6 1906Q 106.9 92 7.6 104 26.32 61 8.76 12.4 911 55.15 73/30 1007 41.1
56 LEATHER
IND. COMPOSITE 156 7339 606 47
Bata India 5 1903 64.3 136 2928 329.7 25.6 6.25 0.0 18.9 1906 882.1 100.7 1906Q 882.1 11 100.7 22 52.95 0 32.71 129.4 19045 1481.80 1492/834 18206 54.8
Khadim India 10 1903 18.0 160 799 21.2 11.8 1.00 0.3 7.3 1906 216.1 3.3 1906Q 216.1 14 3.3 -55 59.72 0 33.35 39.0 314 174.55 789/166 367 18.3
Mirza International 2 1903 24.1 51 1152 48.8 4.1 0.90 0.5 8.0 1906 307.8 9.6 1906Q 307.8 18 9.6 -47 70.18 0 0.18 42.2 650 54.05 109/50 907 16.1
Relaxo Footwears 1 1903 24.8* 45 2292 175.4 7.1 0.90 0.2 15.9 1906 648.3 49.8 1906Q 648.3 14 49.8 8 71.01 0 8.82 21.0 10461 421.65XB 497/333 10583 58.4
*Sreeleathers Ltd. 10 1903 25.2 115 168 31.1 12.4 - 0.0 10.7 1906 43.0 7.3 1906Q 43.0 12 7.3 39 64.94 0 2.85 6.1 420 167.00 279/130 395 12.7
57 LOGISTICS
IND. COMPOSITE 774 11347 712 25
Aegis Logistics Ltd. 1 1903 34.0* 24 707 88.6 2.6 1.40 0.2 10.9 1906 213.0 41.7 1906Q 213.0 57 41.7 151 60.58 0 15.02 51.5 6586 193.90 241/170 6709 57.9
Allcargo Logistics 2 1903 49.1 55 1508 190.8 7.8 3.50 0.2 14.2 1906 423.8 31.3 1906Q 423.8 22 31.3 85 70.01 0 15.75 57.2 2216 90.20 126/88 2447 10.8
Apollo TriCoat Tubes 2 1903 6.0 44 7 2.6 0.9 - 0.0 2.0 1906 51.7 3.7 1906Q 51.7 1891 3.7 221 63.90 0 0.39 3.7 543 180.65 215/107 535 113.0
*Arshiya 2 1903 48.7 70 131 -35.2 -1.4 - 1.1 - 1906 67.3 10.5 1906Q 67.3 346 10.5 152 52.09 100 2.53 9.7 410 16.85 51/15 1678 -
Future Supply Chain 10 1903 40.1* 150 1113 65.2 16.3 1.25 0.1 10.9 1906 298.9 3.4 1906Q 298.9 31 3.4 -81 52.42 0 22.94 30.5 2076 517.95 700/499 2026 34.4
*Gateway Distriparks 10 1903 108.7 69 367 88.2 8.1 4.50 0.1 11.7 1906 139.3 42.3 1906Q 139.3 59 42.3 126 30.00 31 57.70 33.1 1033 95.00 191/89 1111 9.2
Mahindra Logistics L 10 1903 71.4 70 3666 84.4 11.8 1.80 0.0 16.9 1906 854.8 18.6 1906Q 854.8 -3 18.6 -21 58.52 0 30.73 53.0 2460 344.30 605/326 2390 31.0
Navkar Corporation L 10 1903 150.5 117 483 52.8 3.5 - 0.2 3.0 1906 136.5 11.4 1906Q 136.5 17 11.4 -62 69.02 0 9.13 40.2 388 25.80 123/18 711 11.4
Snowman Logistics Lt 10 1903 167.1 26 233 9.7 0.6 - 0.2 2.2 1906 62.1 -9.0 1906Q 62.1 11 -9.0 -1318 40.25 0 0.26 70.2 473 28.30 42/27 551 -
TCI Express 2 1903 7.7* 70 1024 72.8 19.0 3.00 0.2 27.3 1906 256.2 18.4 1906Q 256.2 3 18.4 14 66.96 0 12.24 25.4 2288 596.60 766/510 2316 30.4
*VRL Logistics Ltd. 10 1903 90.3 71 2110 91.9 10.2 5.50 0.1 14.2 1906 539.6 27.5 1906Q 539.6 2 27.5 14 68.05 0 25.59 34.7 2466 273.00 325/222 2516 25.9
58 LPG BOTTLING/DISTRI BUTION
IND. COMPOSITE 264 11419 1022 21
Confidence Petroleum 1 1903 27.4 13 873 59.1 2.2 0.10 0.2 16.0 1906 246.9 14.2 1906Q 246.9 50 14.2 7 52.31 1 5.82 27.6 587 21.45 50/19 624 9.8
Gujarat Gas 2 1903 137.7 32 7754 417.0 6.1 1.00 1.2 19.1 1906 2614.6 233.7 1906Q 2614.6 48 233.7 93 60.89 0 17.37 33.4 12095 175.70 195/116 14173 22.9
*Mahanagar Gas 10 1903 98.8 243 2791 546.4 55.3 20.00 0.0 22.8 1906 757.5 170.2 1906Q 757.5 22 170.2 33 42.49 0 36.97 119.2 8369 847.25 1057/755 8070 14.2
59 LUBRICANTS
IND. COMPOSITE 516 6902 1011 19
Castrol India 5 1812 494.6 12 3905 708.4 7.2 5.00 0.0 60.8 1906 1039.6 182.7 1906H 2015.8 4 367.7 6 51.00 0 28.87 188.1 11874 120.05 173/113 11131 16.3
GOCL Corporation 2 1903 9.9 78 99 27.9 5.6 2.00 0.0 7.2 1906 22.1 1.0 1906Q 22.1 -17 1.0 -68 74.93 0 5.05 32.7 1433 289.00 380/219 1410 55.7
*Gulf Oil Lubricants 2 1903 10.0* 117 1706 177.8 35.6 11.50 0.5 30.3 1906 440.7 48.7 1906Q 440.7 13 48.7 21 72.72 0 16.12 52.1 4270 854.20 909/618 4260 22.9
*Tide Water Oil 5 1903 1.7 1856 1193 96.7 277.5 235.00 0.0 14.9 1906 295.7 21.7 1906Q 295.7 2 21.7 -7 57.27 0 11.82 21.7 1552 4453.50 6101/4390 1382 16.3
60 MEDIA - PRINT
IND. COMPOSITE 476 9621 787 11
DB Corp 10 1903 174.9* 105 2463 273.9 15.7 10.00 0.0 14.9 1906 607.0 93.7 1906Q 607.0 -4 93.7 -4 71.60 31 20.74 21.5 2389 136.55 253/133 2113 8.8
Gala Global Products 5 1903 27.3 7 100 3.4 0.6 - 0.2 9.2 1906 37.6 1.2 1906Q 37.6 65 1.2 17 74.41 0 0.00 4.1 400 73.35XB 79/32 406 -
Hindustan Media Vent 10 1903 73.4 189 866 71.9 9.8 1.20 0.1 5.2 1906 217.9 39.7 1906Q 217.9 -4 39.7 201 74.30 0 15.82 12.3 526 71.70 170/61 586 5.3
HT Media 2 1903 46.5 70 1302 -138.9 -6.0 0.40 0.6 - 1906 307.4 -142.5 1906Q 307.4 -1 -142.5 -3735 69.50 0 13.23 33.6 538 23.10 59/21 1529 -
*Jagran Prakashan 2 1903 59.3 45 1940 219.9 7.4 3.50 0.1 16.4 1906 488.8 59.5 1906Q 488.8 -2 59.5 -22 61.31 0 21.90 43.6 2053 69.25 128/59 2115 10.1
Kokuyo Camlin 1 1903 10.0 25 689 15.2 1.5 - 0.6 6.1 1906 203.3 5.0 1906Q 203.3 -1 5.0 -41 74.98 0 0.28 17.8 599 59.70 154/58 727 51.2
MPS Ltd. 10 1903 18.6 247 224 74.7 40.1 25.00 0.0 16.3 1906 46.8 12.4 1906Q 46.8 -17 12.4 -29 67.77 0 6.75 12.1 894 480.40 626/425 861 12.8
Navneet Education 2 1903 45.8 38 1361 177.5 7.8 1.00 0.3 20.4 1906 795.0 147.4 1906Q 795.0 19 147.4 17 61.78 0 21.89 28.1 2278 99.55 139/96 2485 11.5
Repro India Ltd. 10 1903 12.1 230 261 26.7 22.1 - 0.4 9.6 1906 69.0 7.2 1906Q 69.0 -0 7.2 30 52.64 0 17.74 7.0 600 496.60 666/480 707 21.2

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)

(23/08/2019)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
*Sandesh 10 1903 7.6 956 417 63.1 83.4 - 0.0 8.7 1906 89.9 13.1 1906Q 89.9 -26 13.1 -24 74.81 0 0.00 5.5 413 545.00 1044/534 330 7.0
61 MEDICAL - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 44 587 66 16
*Poly Medicure Lt 5 1903 44.1 43 587 66.3 7.5 2.00 0.3 17.4 1906 152.4 20.2 1906Q 152.4 16 20.2 48 48.74 0 5.08 5.2 1597 181.00 257/167 1683 21.9
62 METAL - NON-FERROUS
IND. COMPOSITE 1424 27278 8201 11
*Hind. Copper 5 1903 462.6 18 1816 145.5 1.6 0.52 0.4 8.9 1906 304.1 21.2 1906Q 304.1 -28 21.2 -40 76.04 0 14.25 132.5 2734 29.55 67/28 3378 20.8
Hind. Zinc 2 1903 845.1 80 21118 7956.0 18.8 20.00 0.1 23.7 1906 4987.0 1765.0 1906Q 4987.0 -6 1765.0 -8 64.92 0 3.89 111.2 85542 202.45 309/193 88057 11.0
Precision Wires 5 1903 11.6 115 1759 41.8 18.1 4.50 0.1 15.8 1906 427.0 8.1 1906Q 427.0 -3 8.1 -32 59.66 0 0.96 12.1 325 140.40 255/136 298 8.5
Tin Plate Co. 10 1903 104.7 68 2584 58.0 5.5 2.00 0.0 8.2 1906 561.3 8.8 1906Q 561.3 -1 8.8 -7 74.95 0 1.34 66.2 979 93.50 214/87 933 17.1
63 MINING/MINERALS
IND. COMPOSITE 7793 57759 20602 10
Coal India 10 1903 6162.7 23 934 10469.7 17.0 13.10 0.0 74.8 1906 194.6 83.2 1906Q 194.6 218 83.2 22 70.95 0 26.37 630.4 115890 188.05 300/178 115637 11.1
Guj. Mineral Dev 2 1903 63.6 135 1997 138.8 4.4 2.00 0.0 3.2 1906 537.3 95.9 1906Q 537.3 -20 95.9 -49 74.00 0 13.37 67.3 1957 61.55 120/59 1927 40.9
*KIOCL 10 1903 621.9 32 1888 111.9 1.8 1.33 0.0 5.6 1906 598.4 16.6 1906Q 598.4 52 16.6 560 99.05 0 0.49 10.0 7006 112.65 259/109 5437 53.0
*MOIL Ltd. 10 1903 257.6 120 1441 473.9 18.4 5.50 0.0 15.4 1906 280.1 90.7 1906Q 280.1 -11 90.7 -20 65.69 0 17.46 281.9 3105 120.55 199/119 844 6.9
*NMDC Ltd. 1 1903 306.2 85 12153 4642.1 15.2 5.52 0.0 17.9 1906 3263.7 1179.3 1906Q 3263.7 35 1179.3 21 72.27 0 22.83 239.8 24495 80.00 124/75 20251 5.1
*Orissa Minerals Deve 1 1903 0.6 225 - -451.6 -752.7 - 0.1 - 1906 0.0 -20.8 1906Q 0.0 -100 -20.8 -264 50.01 0 20.00 18.5 334 556.20 1084/527 -436 -
*Sandur M & I Ore 10 1903 8.8 761 702 142.4 162.8 7.00 0.0 21.4 1906 196.4 53.3 1906Q 196.4 -4 53.3 2 72.45 55 2.95 9.6 576 658.85 1422/646 554 4.0
Vedanta 1 1903 371.7 210 38644 5075.0 13.7 18.85 0.5 6.5 1906 8617.0 -250.0 1906Q 8617.0 -11 -250.0 -292 50.13 0 35.44 605.8 51111 137.50 247/126 84919 10.9
64 MISCELLANEOUS
IND. COMPOSITE 1615 28778 4948 30
Adani Ports & Speci 2 1903 414.2 98 5336 2637.7 12.7 0.20 1.2 13.0 1906 1204.3 489.2 1906Q 1204.3 11 489.2 36 62.30 32 34.10 263.2 72359 349.40 430/294 92846 26.1
Delta Corp Ltd. 1 1903 27.1 71 475 183.3 6.8 1.25 0.0 9.5 1906 119.9 43.8 1906Q 119.9 9 43.8 53 32.77 6 26.01 96.0 4007 147.90 282/116 3979 20.2
Dredging Corpora 10 1903 28.0 565 692 44.6 15.9 3.00 0.4 2.8 1906 196.5 0.8 1906Q 196.5 40 0.8 -71 73.47 0 9.76 51.5 849 303.25 525/287 1444 20.0
*IFGL Refractories 10 1903 36.0 140 479 26.0 7.2 2.50 0.1 5.1 1906 140.3 8.6 1906Q 140.3 15 8.6 16 72.43 0 16.51 12.6 481 133.35 272/125 537 17.7
*Indraprastha Gas Ltd 2 1903 140.0 59 5765 786.7 11.2 0.34 0.0 19.0 1906 1576.1 218.4 1906Q 1576.1 22 218.4 24 45.00 0 39.53 104.9 22701 324.30 350/215 22143 27.4
Info Edge (India) 10 1903 122.3 190 1098 281.7 23.0 6.00 0.0 12.1 1906 312.8 66.7 1906Q 312.8 21 66.7 6 40.61 0 48.58 27.6 23718 1939.10 2432/1313 23613 83.1
*Jain Irrigation 2 1903 99.3 95 4443 234.5 4.7 1.00 0.2 5.0 1906 828.1 16.3 1906Q 828.1 -24 16.3 -63 28.64 51 32.12 207.2 973 19.60 89/16 1715 4.7
Linde India 10 1812 85.3 167 2192 33.5 3.9 1.00 0.5 2.3 1906 498.2 20.2 1906H 939.3 -13 55.7 631 74.99 0 15.70 19.4 4267 500.35 819/386 4799 52.3
Morganite Crucible ( 10 1903 2.8 354 120 15.4 54.9 16.00 0.0 15.5 1906 34.0 4.2 1906Q 34.0 7 4.2 -27 75.00 0 1.23 3.8 415 1480.75 2329/1265 374 30.6
Nirlon 10 1903 90.1 39 299 63.7 7.1 0.75 1.5 18.1 1906 75.4 25.6 1906Q 75.4 2 25.6 71 71.29 3 11.79 36.0 1802 200.00 223/165 2375 24.2
Orient Refractories 1 1903 12.0 31 748 89.8 7.5 2.50 0.0 23.9 1906 188.4 22.3 1906Q 188.4 8 22.3 2 66.48 0 15.51 16.0 2251 187.40 280/164 2224 25.0
Solar Industries Ind 2 1903 18.1 98 1663 191.5 21.2 7.00 0.1 21.6 1906 403.3 50.0 1906Q 403.3 4 50.0 2 73.14 0 22.01 13.3 9758 1078.40 1300/924 9813 50.6
Sun Pharma Advanced 1 1903 26.2 11 183 -145.4 -5.5 - 0.0 - 1906 17.3 -94.2 1906Q 17.3 3 -94.2 -46 68.46 3 4.95 81.5 3867 147.55 413/107 3867 -
Syngene Internationa 10 1903 400.0* 49 1826 330.7 8.3 0.50 0.3 16.8 1906 420.9 71.9 1906Q 420.9 4 71.9 9 71.03 0 22.22 46.3 12030 300.75XB 368/255 12147 35.7
Thomas Cook (I) 1 1903 37.1* 46 2253 26.5 0.7 0.38 0.0 1.5 1906 931.2 36.6 1906Q 931.2 5 36.6 -3 66.93 0 20.51 62.8 4833 130.30 264/121 4196 -
Vesuvius India 10 1812 20.3 364 925 92.5 45.6 7.00 0.0 12.5 1906 218.7 19.6 1906H 441.3 -5 41.2 -11 55.56 0 20.80 12.7 2078 1023.60 1322/894 1658 23.8
Wonderla Holidays Lt 10 1903 56.5* 145 282 55.4 9.8 1.80 0.0 6.8 1906 117.6 42.0 1906Q 117.6 13 42.0 27 69.34 0 17.49 26.7 1368 242.00 331/232 1343 21.2
65 MOBILE PHONE SERVIC E P ROVIDER
IND. COMPOSITE 34263 96015 -20238
Bharti Airtel 5 1903 2566.0* 249 49608 -1829.0 -3.6 2.50 0.9 - 1906 12833.1 -1303.7 1906Q 12833.1 3 -1303.7 11 62.70 0 35.18 190.7 183057 356.70 379/264 266627 -
*MTNL 10 1903 630.0 -155 1988 -3390.2 -53.8 - -2.6 - 1906 412.4 -1053.0 1906Q 412.4 -16 -1053.0 -12 56.25 0 16.15 132.4 312 4.96 19/4 16922 -
Tata Communications 10 1903 285.0 288 5389 -442.3 -15.5 4.50 0.0 - 1906 1373.1 167.0 1906Q 1373.1 12 167.0 136 74.98 3 20.33 53.7 12021 421.80 627/402 12173 -
Tata Teleservices (M 10 1903 1954.9 -76 1277 -667.6 -3.4 - -0.9 - 1906 293.4 -228.8 1906Q 293.4 -12 -228.8 50 74.35 0 0.24 329.7 502 2.57 5/2 14657 -
Tejas Networks 10 1903 92.0* 140 894 146.7 15.9 1.00 0.0 11.4 1906 160.6 5.8 1906Q 160.6 -32 5.8 -87 0.00 0 38.98 24.3 754 82.00 322/75 632 7.0
Vodafone Idea L 10 1903 28735.4* 19 36859 -14056.0 -4.9 - 1.7 - 1906 11208.5 -5038.3 1906Q 11208.5 92 -5038.3 -972 71.57 0 22.81 387.9 16494 5.74 25/5 124233 -
66 OIL DRILLING AND EX PLORATION
IND. COMPOSITE 12087 198967 3 5540 6
*Deep Industries 10 1903 32.0 159 259 59.6 18.6 1.50 0.3 11.7 1906 71.3 16.5 1906Q 71.3 -3 16.5 -8 63.99 0 6.14 18.1 311 97.25 176/84 424 5.4
GAIL (India) Ltd. 10 1903 4548.7* 102 75126 6025.7 13.2 7.13 0.0 13.0 1906 18310.6 1287.5 1906Q 18310.6 6 1287.5 2 52.19 0 34.90 213.6 56608 124.45XB 197/120 56264 9.4
Hind. Oil Explor 10 1903 132.2* 40 237 149.0 11.3 - 0.0 28.4 1906 49.4 30.8 1906Q 49.4 41 30.8 32 0.00 0 10.39 65.2 1266 95.70 158/90 1174 8.1
Oil India Ltd. 10 1903 1084.4 256 13735 2590.1 23.9 10.25 0.3 9.3 1906 3373.4 624.8 1906Q 3373.4 -1 624.8 -11 61.61 0 22.24 137.0 15686 144.65 227/140 16817 6.2
*ONGC 5 1903 6290.1 161 109609 26715.8 21.2 7.00 0.1 13.2 1906 26554.7 5904.3 1906Q 26554.7 -2 5904.3 -4 64.24 0 22.21 607.4 153857 122.30 185/116 174946 5.8
67 PACKAGING
IND. COMPOSITE 296 18140 312 12
Cosmo Films 10 1903 19.4 358 2050 58.4 30.0 6.00 1.0 8.4 1906 507.6 24.2 1906Q 507.6 7 24.2 127 44.40 0 4.51 25.6 397 204.20 286/161 977 5.5
Essel Propack Ltd. 2 1903 63.1 21 846 64.0 2.0 1.25 0.3 9.5 1906 197.0 14.7 1906Q 197.0 -9 14.7 -21 56.99 0 19.91 36.1 2586 82.00XB 138/79 2755 43.1
*Garware Poly. 10 1903 23.2 587 923 74.3 32.0 10.00 0.1 5.4 1906 251.5 27.1 1906Q 251.5 9 27.1 28 60.71 0 3.72 21.7 506 218.00 290/186 629 6.3
Huhtamaki PPL 2 1812 15.1 74 2369 34.9 4.6 3.00 0.7 6.3 1906 633.8 27.9 1906H 1263.2 10 70.0 118 66.93 0 6.62 17.4 1658 219.60 295/155 2010 22.8
*Jindal Poly Films 10 1903 43.8 333 3694 -353.0 -80.6 1.00 0.4 - 1906 829.1 67.3 1906Q 829.1 -5 67.3 25 74.54 0 2.34 42.0 1041 237.75 325/210 1766 -
Polyplex Corpn. 10 1903 32.0 174 1348 228.1 71.3 51.00 0.4 41.1 1906 332.7 132.5 1906Q 332.7 5 132.5 11 50.02 0 7.89 18.2 1466 458.30 668/435 1641 6.1
*Safari Indus. 2 1903 4.5 90 573 27.0 12.1 0.08 0.3 13.5 1906 203.1 8.6 1906Q 203.1 30 8.6 -29 57.60 0 24.44 7.5 1229 550.30 1005/481 1280 52.4
Time Technoplast Ltd 1 1903 22.6 60 2117 126.2 5.6 0.90 0.4 9.3 1906 498.5 24.6 1906Q 498.5 11 24.6 0 51.18 17 31.29 30.2 1300 57.50 164/55 1824 10.3
Uflex Ltd. 10 1903 72.2 297 4221 51.7 7.2 2.00 0.6 2.4 1906 1050.9 14.0 1906Q 1050.9 3 14.0 -5 44.01 10 8.01 43.3 1501 207.90 355/181 2650 29.5
68 PAINTS/VARNISHES
IND. COMPOSITE 331 30412 3193 67
*Akzo Nobel India Ltd 10 1903 45.5 249 2918 211.0 46.3 24.00 0.0 18.6 1906 719.7 57.1 1906Q 719.7 1 57.1 31 74.75 0 9.71 39.2 7743 1700.35 1862/1471 7685 34.5
Asian Paints Ltd. 1 1903 95.9 93 16392 2134.8 22.3 10.50 0.0 24.0 1906 4380.2 652.5 1906Q 4380.2 18 652.5 20 52.79 12 25.59 233.2 151529 1579.75 1609/1120 151377 67.5
Berger Paints I 1 1903 97.1 24 5516 439.0 4.5 1.90 0.1 18.5 1906 1585.2 164.4 1906Q 1585.2 16 164.4 26 74.99 0 13.58 80.4 35271 363.20 368/261 35355 74.5
Kansai Nerolac Paint 1 1903 53.9 64 5174 467.4 8.7 2.60 0.0 13.6 1906 1463.5 147.9 1906Q 1463.5 6 147.9 6 74.98 0 15.40 52.4 25413 471.55 522/343 25335 53.5
*Shalimar Paints 2 1903 10.9 53 288 -81.5 -15.0 - 1.4 - 1906 85.1 -5.3 1906Q 85.1 65 -5.3 64 53.09 0 4.87 15.7 381 70.20 98/56 537 -
Sirca Paints India 10 1903 27.4* 35 125 22.2 8.1 - 0.1 23.5 - - - - - - - - 59.75 0 7.59 0.6 496 181.00XB 220/118 486 -
69 PAPER
IND. COMPOSITE 495 17411 1578 6
Astron Paper & Board 10 1903 46.5 32 374 24.6 5.3 - 0.6 16.4 1906 82.7 5.4 1906Q 82.7 3 5.4 3 43.78 5 2.02 17.2 404 86.90 135/79 464 16.3

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Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(23/08/19)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
*Emami Paper Mill 2 1903 12.1 43 1528 44.0 7.3 1.20 5.7 17.0 1906 354.1 1.0 1906Q 354.1 -7 1.0 -95 74.97 36 7.41 2.5 502 82.90 284/62 1800 20.6
International Paper 10 1903 39.8 192 1427 200.1 50.3 - 0.0 26.2 1906 368.3 61.0 1906Q 368.3 8 61.0 36 74.99 0 4.86 18.1 1748 439.55 591/383 1694 8.1
JK Paper Ltd. 10 1903 178.2 115 3256 437.2 24.5 3.50 0.6 21.4 1906 712.5 136.2 1906Q 712.5 -10 136.2 43 48.39 0 8.19 71.2 1716 96.25 192/93 2641 3.6
Kuantum Papers 10 1903 8.7 878 793 77.9 89.3 5.00 0.4 10.2 1906 188.6 18.4 1906Q 188.6 3 18.4 -3 70.30 19 0.00 9.3 327 375.00 762/330 533 4.2
*Kushal L 2 1903 63.4* 41 358 13.3 0.4 - 0.1 1.0 1906 59.0 0.1 1906Q 59.0 3 0.1 -96 65.69 0 0.02 22.8 404 12.74 59/8 416 -
*Orient Paper 1 1903 21.2 65 710 101.6 4.8 1.10 0.0 7.3 1906 149.8 8.0 1906Q 149.8 11 8.0 -57 38.51 0 17.44 51.5 462 21.75 53/19 478 5.1
*Satia Industries 10 1903 10.0 308 738 87.8 87.8 2.50 0.7 28.5 1906 224.5 26.5 1906Q 224.5 25 26.5 41 51.67 17 0.00 1.1 650 650.00 781/471 801 6.8
Seshasayee Paper 2 1903 12.6* 138 1325 190.0 30.1 4.00 0.1 21.9 1906 278.4 38.8 1906Q 278.4 1 38.8 44 42.65 0 5.08 12.3 1098 174.15 266/160 839 5.4
Shrenik L 2 1903 20.4 6 837 11.1 1.1 0.20 2.2 17.5 - - - - - - - - 73.54 0 0.00 0.5 415 40.70 175/40 534 -
T Nadu Newsprint 10 1903 69.2 239 4083 94.4 13.6 7.50 1.2 5.7 1906 951.1 77.1 1906Q 951.1 3 77.1 212 35.31 0 36.66 32.3 1245 179.95 324/151 3177 8.5
West Coast Paper 2 1903 13.2 167 1980 296.1 44.8 5.00 0.3 26.8 1906 535.3 102.1 1906Q 535.3 16 102.1 21 56.71 0 14.66 26.4 1449 219.45 415/210 1694 4.6
70 PESTICIDES/AGRO CHE MICALS
IND. COMPOSITE 456 27176 2296 38
*Astec Lifesciences L 10 1903 19.6* 103 431 35.7 18.2 1.50 0.9 17.7 1906 77.0 -1.1 1906Q 77.0 18 -1.1 -176 68.13 0 3.07 12.5 705 360.45 717/305 879 21.3
BayerCropscience 10 1903 34.3 549 2686 237.6 69.2 18.00 0.0 12.6 1906 663.6 59.3 1906Q 663.6 -20 59.3 -60 68.69 0 19.68 43.4 10563 3076.55 4565/2952 10235 70.6
Bhagiradha Chemi 10 1903 8.3 154 384 18.3 22.0 2.00 0.5 14.3 1906 122.9 7.7 1906Q 122.9 68 7.7 230 24.90 32 2.40 1.9 341 409.95 540/369 391 14.4
*Bharat Rasayan 10 1903 4.2 962 992 111.5 262.5 1.50 0.4 27.3 1906 354.4 41.7 1906Q 354.4 45 41.7 67 74.82 0 0.21 6.5 1870 4402.50 8160/3352 1994 14.6
Dhanuka Agritech Ltd 2 1903 9.5 135 1006 112.6 23.7 0.60 0.0 17.5 1906 219.0 14.8 1906Q 219.0 3 14.8 -9 74.99 0 11.98 25.8 1505 316.40 570/308 1499 13.5
Excel Crop Care Ltd. 5 1903 5.5 542 1314 87.5 79.5 6.25 0.0 14.7 1906 378.8 23.6 1906Q 378.8 -5 23.6 -39 64.96 0 6.93 11.5 2815 2557.40 4640/2491 2816 38.8
Excel Industries 5 1903 6.3 470 806 152.1 121.0 18.75 0.0 25.8 1906 189.5 27.2 1906Q 189.5 -1 27.2 -30 52.37 0 8.92 17.6 941 748.90 1907/735 947 6.7
Insecticides (India) 10 1903 20.7 320 1192 122.4 59.2 2.00 0.2 18.5 1906 358.4 35.9 1906Q 358.4 12 35.9 6 68.74 0 18.95 11.7 1189 575.05 740/370 1273 9.6
Meghmani Organics 1 1903 25.4 33 1410 168.7 6.6 1.00 0.5 20.1 1906 451.3 28.3 1906Q 451.3 46 28.3 -67 48.19 0 2.81 110.6 1111 43.70 95/41 1485 9.9
Monsanto India 10 1903 17.3 409 670 151.7 87.9 50.00 0.0 21.4 1906 286.8 76.0 1906Q 286.8 10 76.0 15 81.83 0 2.41 20.2 3505 2030.50 3358/1832 3487 21.7
*NACL Industries L 1 1903 16.7 17 865 -8.4 -0.5 - 0.9 - 1906 191.0 1.2 1906Q 191.0 -12 1.2 13 69.67 40 1.88 12.7 450 26.90 38/25 661 -
*PI Industries 1 1903 13.8 164 2841 407.7 29.5 4.00 0.0 18.0 1906 754.1 100.8 1906Q 754.1 25 100.8 23 51.37 0 31.75 40.4 15811 1145.50 1229/692 15738 37.0
*Punjab Chemicals and 10 1903 12.3 83 640 20.3 16.5 1.50 1.2 20.0 1906 167.6 4.5 1906Q 167.6 18 4.5 -29 40.03 0 3.63 14.6 632 515.20 764/460 727 34.3
Rallis India 1 1903 19.4 64 1672 129.0 6.6 2.50 0.1 10.3 1906 363.1 8.3 1906Q 363.1 3 8.3 7 50.09 0 23.56 63.2 3058 157.25 214/139 3088 23.6
Sharda Cropchem 10 1903 90.2 130 1607 144.0 16.0 4.00 0.2 12.3 1906 313.9 27.6 1906Q 313.9 -14 27.6 -1 74.77 0 22.12 16.4 2508 278.00 420/260 2611 17.5
UPL 2 1903 152.8* 104 8660 405.0 5.3 8.00 0.2 5.1 1906 2337.0 13.0 1906Q 2337.0 1 13.0 -90 27.87 2 52.49 82.5 41811 547.25XB 709/388 43076 146.7
71 PETROCHEM
IND. COMPOSITE 943 14858 1296 16
Bhansali Engg.Po 1 1903 16.6 18 1225 46.5 2.8 0.50 0.0 15.6 1906 313.3 21.9 1906Q 313.3 55 21.9 31 55.00 0 3.27 59.0 851 51.30 149/49 819 16.5
DCW Ltd. 2 1903 44.2 29 1353 -4.3 -0.2 - 1.1 - 1906 315.8 1.5 1906Q 315.8 -4 1.5 115 47.42 0 10.10 57.1 351 15.90 29/13 1038 -
GujaratStatePetronet 10 1903 564.1* 102 1877 794.7 14.1 2.00 0.3 13.8 1906 512.5 206.1 1906Q 512.5 31 206.1 43 37.64 0 38.21 119.2 12192 216.15 226/149 13587 14.2
INEOS Styrolution 10 1903 17.6 354 2091 -12.5 -7.1 2.00 0.2 - 1906 443.5 9.3 1906Q 443.5 -25 9.3 -45 74.99 0 6.44 14.2 1040 591.65 838/365 1104 -
NOCIL Ltd. 10 1903 165.4 70 1043 184.1 11.1 2.50 0.0 16.0 1906 229.6 32.7 1906Q 229.6 -14 32.7 -36 33.75 25 8.68 141.4 1306 78.95 182/74 1279 7.9
*Savita Oil Tech 10 1903 14.1 605 2263 114.3 81.2 2.50 0.0 13.4 1906 536.5 28.4 1906Q 536.5 -1 28.4 56 71.75 0 16.26 8.3 1260 895.35 1515/860 1237 10.1
Sheela Foam 5 1903 24.4 137 1814 123.7 25.4 - 0.0 18.5 1906 435.7 34.6 1906Q 435.7 2 34.6 4 74.99 0 21.77 8.6 5581 1144.00 1818/1084 5569 44.7
Supreme Petroche 10 1903 96.5 67 3194 49.2 5.1 3.00 0.0 7.7 1906 770.7 41.0 1906Q 770.7 -8 41.0 105 62.31 0 2.98 38.7 1607 166.50 273/165 1568 22.9
72 PHARMACEUTICALS
IND. COMPOSITE 2891 147508 19996 27
Aarti Drugs Ltd 10 1903 23.3 222 1454 87.3 37.5 1.00 1.1 16.8 1906 370.0 21.6 1906Q 370.0 5 21.6 -4 62.25 0 5.33 20.3 1104 473.85 705/419 1583 12.8
Abbott India Ltd. 10 1903 21.2 945 3679 450.3 211.9 65.00 0.0 22.4 1906 998.9 116.9 1906Q 998.9 18 116.9 42 74.98 0 9.20 26.2 18672 8786.90 9400/6900 16987 38.5
Ajanta Pharma Lt 2 1903 17.5 245 1773 391.8 44.9 9.00 0.0 18.3 1906 545.7 123.6 1906Q 545.7 23 123.6 -18 70.51 13 19.43 38.0 8388 961.35 1294/840 8352 23.0
*Alembic Ltd. 2 1903 51.4 16 128 43.5 1.7 0.20 0.0 10.4 1906 26.0 2.0 1906Q 26.0 -42 2.0 -71 65.22 0 7.11 59.3 1285 50.05 56/39 1284 33.3
Alembic Pharmaceutic 2 1903 37.7 144 3660 611.2 32.4 5.50 0.3 22.5 1906 896.7 155.2 1906Q 896.7 11 155.2 36 72.96 0 14.96 41.6 9432 500.35 664/435 10141 14.5
*Alkem Laboratories 2 1903 23.9 457 5714 799.8 66.9 16.00 0.1 14.6 1906 1498.5 210.6 1906Q 1498.5 17 210.6 63 66.02 0 8.41 72.5 21179 1771.30 2265/1660 21284 24.0
Amrutanjan Health Ca 1 1903 2.9 50 253 24.5 8.4 2.15 0.0 16.8 1906 44.6 -0.7 1906Q 44.6 25 -0.7 54 50.02 0 10.95 18.3 825 282.10 360/236 791 32.5
AstraZeneca Pharma I 2 1903 5.0 120 728 54.5 21.8 - 0.0 18.1 1906 204.6 21.5 1906Q 204.6 27 21.5 237 75.00 0 6.51 14.3 4366 1746.40 2399/1307 4193 62.8
*Aurobindo Pharma 1 1903 58.6* 194 12258 1529.7 26.1 2.50 0.4 13.5 1906 3078.8 330.5 1906Q 3078.8 20 330.5 47 51.87 4 35.21 179.9 35060 598.35 838/537 39504 21.4
Biocon 5 1903 600.0* 59 2885 492.7 4.1 0.33 0.0 6.9 1906 480.8 111.9 1906Q 480.8 -28 111.9 -51 60.66 0 20.71 197.8 26874 223.95XB 359/211 26519 71.7
*Bliss GVS Pharma 1 1903 10.3 58 427 74.4 7.2 1.00 0.2 12.3 1906 115.2 23.9 1906Q 115.2 10 23.9 -12 41.53 0 28.89 14.5 928 90.00 200/74 946 13.0
Cadila Healthcar 1 1903 102.4 87 6493 1602.1 15.6 3.50 0.3 17.9 1906 1343.8 78.7 1906Q 1343.8 -11 78.7 -75 74.79 0 16.28 127.8 22542 220.20 432/206 25371 16.4
*Caplin Point Lab 2 1903 15.1 56 537 148.2 19.6 2.20 0.0 34.8 1906 157.8 60.1 1906Q 157.8 26 60.1 45 69.02 0 7.59 25.6 3037 401.55 535/305 2993 18.2
Cipla 2 1903 161.2* 196 12374 1888.4 23.4 3.00 0.0 12.0 1906 3229.3 694.0 1906Q 3229.3 8 694.0 78 36.66 0 41.80 209.3 37546 465.90 678/450 37372 17.1
DIL 5 1903 4.6 65 19 -2.7 -2.9 1.25 2.2 - 1906 5.4 -2.2 1906Q 5.4 18 -2.2 50 62.59 0 0.60 5.0 821 895.45XB 1125/600 954 -
*Dishman Carbogen Amc 2 1903 32.3 303 549 56.0 3.5 0.20 0.1 1.1 1906 133.4 3.5 1906Q 133.4 9 3.5 -34 61.40 0 20.98 53.1 2666 165.20 315/160 3181 49.2
*Divi's Lab 2 1903 53.1 263 4880 1332.7 50.2 16.00 0.0 19.1 1906 1139.9 267.4 1906Q 1139.9 15 267.4 0 52.00 0 35.81 81.9 41745 1572.50 1769/1214 41745 31.3
Dr. Reddy's Labs 5 1903 83.1 764 10626 1277.3 76.9 20.00 0.1 10.1 1906 2508.7 548.1 1906Q 2508.7 -4 548.1 67 26.76 0 44.49 120.6 42186 2539.60 2965/2065 42965 28.2
Eris Lifesciences 1 1903 13.8 84 897 285.4 20.8 - 0.3 24.7 1906 262.3 82.0 1906Q 262.3 16 82.0 17 56.23 0 19.63 29.6 5431 394.95 799/379 5696 18.3
FDC Ltd. 1 1903 17.4 82 1076 171.5 9.8 - 0.0 12.0 1906 337.0 52.3 1906Q 337.0 18 52.3 2 69.07 0 14.60 37.7 2777 159.25 269/148 2757 16.1
GlaxoSmithKline Phar 10 1903 169.4 126 3129 425.4 25.1 20.00 0.0 19.9 1906 788.0 113.5 1906Q 788.0 7 113.5 28 74.99 0 12.46 94.0 20476 1208.70XB 1812/1131 19321 45.5
Glenmark Pharma 1 1903 28.2 423 6305 1622.1 57.5 2.00 0.3 13.6 1906 1498.8 227.8 1906Q 1498.8 -7 227.8 -43 46.57 0 38.71 124.3 10378 367.80 712/353 13182 7.1
Granules India L 1 1903 25.7* 55 2098 161.8 6.3 1.00 0.7 11.4 1906 567.8 59.5 1906Q 567.8 29 59.5 50 42.90 43 16.98 101.9 2272 88.35 123/79 3132 12.5
*Gufic BioSciences Lt 1 1903 7.8 10 350 21.8 2.8 0.05 1.4 28.9 1906 92.4 6.8 1906Q 92.4 18 6.8 73 65.75 0 9.81 17.0 469 60.30 140/51 539 18.9
Hester Biosciences L 10 1903 8.5 211 171 43.9 51.5 11.00 0.3 24.4 1906 42.4 9.8 1906Q 42.4 11 9.8 1 54.09 0 2.35 8.5 1352 1589.00 1930/1040 1379 30.7
Hikal Ltd. 2 1903 24.7 61 1590 103.1 8.4 1.20 0.9 13.6 1906 403.2 25.2 1906Q 403.2 24 25.2 58 68.76 0 7.28 32.5 1748 141.75XB 207/139 2294 15.6
*Indoco Remedies 2 1903 18.4 72 968 -2.8 -0.3 0.30 0.3 - 1906 252.7 2.2 1906Q 252.7 16 2.2 118 58.67 0 17.28 15.2 1349 146.40 238/134 1570 -
*IOL Chemicals and Ph 10 1903 56.9 83 1685 236.7 41.6 - 1.8 49.9 1906 492.8 85.3 1906Q 492.8 36 85.3 492 41.89 0 2.02 26.2 1005 176.75 235/108 1380 3.3
Ipca Laboratorie 2 1903 25.3 248 3633 454.9 36.0 3.00 0.1 14.5 1906 1011.0 132.1 1906Q 1011.0 18 132.1 102 46.07 0 39.64 60.4 12100 957.65 1042/590 12170 23.2
*J B Chemicals & Phar 2 1903 16.0 185 1501 182.1 22.7 5.00 0.0 12.3 1906 410.8 59.1 1906Q 410.8 12 59.1 41 56.02 0 21.08 32.2 3002 374.20 407/281 3007 15.1
Jubilant Life Scienc 1 1903 15.9 147 3439 147.6 9.3 4.50 0.6 6.3 1906 789.8 32.3 1906Q 789.8 -4 32.3 35 50.67 0 31.64 48.0 6397 401.60 898/397 7609 41.0
Laurus Labs 10 1903 106.4 149 2236 95.0 8.9 1.50 0.6 6.0 1906 541.3 17.0 1906Q 541.3 2 17.0 7 32.82 31 44.55 46.7 3532 331.85 464/298 4448 36.8
Lupin Ltd. 2 1903 90.5* 378 11356 1538.8 34.0 5.00 0.0 9.0 1906 2940.8 445.9 1906Q 2940.8 14 445.9 4 46.96 0 38.38 301.3 33418 738.35 986/697 33359 21.5
Marksans Pharma 1 1903 40.9 11 424 43.6 1.1 0.05 0.2 9.3 1906 92.4 5.7 1906Q 92.4 -1 5.7 -59 48.24 0 3.69 125.4 581 14.20 41/11 647 -
*Medicamen Biotec 10 1903 12.2 71 123 12.2 10.0 1.00 0.2 14.0 1906 31.1 3.3 1906Q 31.1 -5 3.3 2 44.77 0 0.46 4.6 451 369.10 587/350 443 37.3
Morepen Labs.Lt 2 1903 90.0 6 717 28.6 0.6 - 0.5 10.3 1906 189.5 8.4 1906Q 189.5 26 8.4 256 34.54 0 14.72 134.6 711 15.80 30/15 827 -

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*Natco Pharma 2 1903 36.4 196 1986 667.1 36.7 6.25 0.1 18.7 1906 464.7 147.7 1906Q 464.7 -10 147.7 -22 49.01 0 28.23 79.4 9925 546.05 849/482 10047 15.8
Neuland Laborat 10 1903 12.8 541 667 16.1 12.6 1.20 0.3 2.3 1906 181.0 5.6 1906Q 181.0 18 5.6 1261 35.90 4 37.77 10.5 568 442.65 825/431 740 26.6
Novartis 5 1903 12.3 307 491 51.8 21.0 10.00 0.0 6.8 1906 109.3 0.8 1906Q 109.3 -21 0.8 -92 70.67 0 1.05 40.3 1400 567.05 980/558 625 32.9
*P&G Health 10 1812 16.6 928 849 838.7 505.3 440.00 0.0 54.5 1906 233.6 44.1 1906H 464.7 11 84.8 19 51.81 0 12.91 36.1 6815 4105.60 5121/2501 6537 8.0
*Panacea Biotec L 1 1903 6.1 68 96 26.6 4.3 - 2.0 6.3 1906 24.8 -29.2 1906Q 24.8 -74 -29.2 21 73.59 69 1.92 11.1 747 121.90 267/116 1500 21.8
*Pfizer Ltd. 10 1903 45.7 658 2082 429.1 93.8 22.50 0.0 14.2 1906 544.4 112.8 1906Q 544.4 6 112.8 23 63.92 0 16.41 75.4 13272 2901.05 3840/2490 11360 29.5
Piramal Enterprises 2 1903 39.8 982 3671 -862.0 -43.3 28.00 0.6 - 1906 872.0 -38.8 1906Q 872.0 1 -38.8 96 46.10 0 37.61 120.3 35423 1781.40 3303/1652 46593 -
Sanofi India 10 1812 23.0 964 2771 380.6 165.3 84.00 0.0 17.1 1906 747.9 97.4 1906H 1465.2 13 190.3 5 60.39 0 28.26 26.3 13894 6032.65 6840/5300 13062 35.7
Sequent Scientific 2 1903 49.4 37 168 7.6 0.3 0.20 0.0 0.8 1906 52.1 1.4 1906Q 52.1 98 1.4 -46 56.49 42 12.31 17.6 1722 69.75 89/42 1719 -
Shilpa Medicare L 1 1903 8.2 157 664 124.1 15.2 1.00 0.1 9.7 1906 154.6 26.1 1906Q 154.6 -14 26.1 -39 53.80 9 26.58 16.1 1944 238.40 547/231 2032 18.1
*SMS Pharmaceuticals 1 1903 8.5 40 465 41.5 4.9 0.20 0.4 12.2 1906 117.1 9.5 1906Q 117.1 -6 9.5 -6 67.26 11 0.02 15.7 396 46.80 91/42 513 9.7
*Solara Active Pharma 10 1903 25.8 375 1367 62.0 24.1 - 0.7 6.4 1906 314.1 25.3 1906Q 314.1 4 25.3 750 40.55 7 21.77 58.8 1106 429.15 492/257 1632 13.1
Strides Pharma Scien 10 1903 89.5 364 1537 110.4 12.3 3.00 0.2 3.4 1906 442.5 24.7 1906Q 442.5 27 24.7 134 31.23 13 49.50 77.8 3370 376.30 550/338 3998 27.1
Sun Pharma. 1 1903 239.9 95 10303 816.6 3.4 2.75 0.3 3.6 1906 3309.0 763.4 1906Q 3309.0 27 763.4 194 54.38 11 32.89 624.7 102620 427.70 679/350 108129 115.8
*Suven Life Sciences 1 1903 12.7 78 664 150.1 11.8 1.50 0.0 15.1 1906 199.0 57.2 1906Q 199.0 4 57.2 47 60.00 0 7.80 62.9 3258 256.00 338/183 3282 19.3
Torrent Pharmac 5 1903 84.6 296 5762 745.4 44.0 17.00 0.9 14.9 1906 1603.0 223.0 1906Q 1603.0 10 223.0 83 71.24 0 18.79 37.2 28084 1659.60 1964/1453 32313 33.2
*TTK Healthcare Ltd. 10 1903 14.1 178 628 24.4 17.2 5.00 0.2 9.7 1906 178.6 3.6 1906Q 178.6 3 3.6 -54 74.56 0 4.60 12.8 623 441.20 1148/425 535 31.0
Unichem Labs 2 1903 14.1 387 968 8.8 1.2 4.00 0.0 0.3 1906 232.5 0.5 1906Q 232.5 15 0.5 102 50.62 0 9.48 39.3 1216 172.65 240/158 1025 40.6
Wockhardt Ltd. 5 1903 55.4 111 2150 -81.9 -7.4 - 0.9 - 1906 352.2 -82.9 1906Q 352.2 -35 -82.9 -449 74.05 2 6.00 114.3 2819 254.65 691/248 3762 -
Zota Healthcare 10 1903 24.6* 28 86 5.6 2.3 1.00 0.0 8.1 - - - - - - - - 67.86 0 0.00 2.2 464 188.85XB 237/174 461 -
73 PLANTATIONS - TEA AND C OFFEE
IND. COMPOSITE 242 6244 608 34
Andrew Yule & Co 2 U1903 97.8 4 311 10.1 0.2 - 0.1 5.1 1906 61.6 -8.4 1906Q 61.6 7 -8.4 17 89.24 0 4.75 29.6 527 10.78 27/10 472 -
*Bombay Burmah 2 1903 14.0 37 242 -19.7 -2.8 1.00 1.6 - 1906 59.8 -9.5 1906Q 59.8 1 -9.5 -57 65.92 5 7.01 30.4 5316 761.85 2114/740 5707 -
*CCL Products India 2 1903 26.6 49 809 125.4 9.4 3.50 0.6 19.3 1906 206.1 82.2 1906Q 206.1 -6 82.2 241 45.27 0 30.67 19.6 3215 241.65 306/225 3537 17.5
Goodricke Group 10 1903 21.6 142 749 9.5 4.4 4.00 0.2 3.1 1906 168.8 5.8 1906Q 168.8 18 5.8 -19 74.00 0 0.00 14.6 342 158.20 350/150 376 41.9
Tata Coffee Ltd. 1 1903 18.7 52 703 71.6 3.8 1.50 0.1 7.4 1906 200.3 14.4 1906Q 200.3 26 14.4 10 57.48 0 6.03 97.1 1302 69.70 119/67 1370 17.9
Tata Global Beverage 1 1903 63.1 70 3430 410.9 6.5 2.50 0.0 9.2 1906 968.8 106.1 1906Q 968.8 7 106.1 -28 34.45 4 39.72 191.5 16772 265.75 278/178 16304 45.4
74 PLASTICS - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 326 18684 1465 30
*Apollo Pipes 10 1903 13.1 176 362 23.9 18.3 1.00 1.4 10.4 1906 117.3 9.8 1906Q 117.3 16 9.8 12 47.10 0 18.71 5.7 424 323.75 554/315 375 17.0
*Astral Poly Technik 1 1903 12.1 96 1916 141.4 11.7 0.70 0.1 12.3 1906 472.5 34.1 1906Q 472.5 37 34.1 38 58.13 0 28.12 25.5 14905 1236.65CB 1379/815 14990 95.7
*Finolex Industri 10 1903 124.1 204 3091 349.8 28.2 10.00 0.0 13.8 1906 943.8 72.5 1906Q 943.8 14 72.5 -30 52.47 0 13.55 124.3 6214 500.75 643/440 6291 19.5
Kingfa Science & Tec 10 1903 12.1 268 702 19.1 15.7 - 0.1 5.9 1906 183.9 10.5 1906Q 183.9 8 10.5 1282 74.99 0 6.57 8.2 666 549.95 882/540 616 23.1
Mayur Uniquoters 5 1903 22.7 115 573 87.2 19.2 3.25 0.0 16.7 1906 128.2 15.9 1906Q 128.2 -9 15.9 -38 61.28 0 20.48 18.5 981 216.50 430/210 958 12.7
Mold-Tek Packaging 5 1903 13.8 69 394 24.1 8.7 2.00 0.4 12.6 1906 115.9 10.9 1906Q 115.9 17 10.9 20 35.53 11 23.07 18.2 800 288.90 373/202 879 30.8
Nilkamal Ltd. 10 1903 14.9 593 2304 111.2 74.5 13.00 0.1 12.6 1906 525.7 30.0 1906Q 525.7 -8 30.0 -2 63.96 0 16.60 26.5 1474 987.45 2133/890 1518 13.3
Plastiblends Ind 5 1903 13.0 103 627 31.2 12.0 1.25 0.5 11.6 1906 174.2 11.5 1906Q 174.2 8 11.5 14 63.03 0 3.16 10.0 456 175.35 260/160 567 14.0
Responsive Industrie 1 1903 26.7 24 629 28.4 1.1 0.12 0.3 4.4 1906 122.8 7.3 1906Q 122.8 -42 7.3 -55 50.13 0 8.17 2.9 2537 95.05 103/67 2678 -
Shaily Engineering P 10 1903 8.3 164 338 19.3 23.2 - 0.7 14.2 1906 80.6 4.7 1906Q 80.6 -10 4.7 -18 51.06 0 13.03 4.7 443 533.00 1277/495 525 24.3
Supreme Inds. 2 1903 25.4 157 5612 461.0 36.3 13.00 0.1 23.1 1906 1436.8 74.2 1906Q 1436.8 7 74.2 -49 49.70 0 31.18 36.2 14397 1133.35 1270/936 14523 36.9
VIP Indus. 2 1903 28.3 39 1784 128.8 9.1 3.20 0.2 23.6 1906 564.2 37.5 1906Q 564.2 9 37.5 -37 53.45 0 17.57 85.0 5289 374.25 645/342 5366 49.7
*Wim Plast Ltd 10 1903 12.0 272 352 39.3 32.7 7.00 0.0 12.0 1906 89.9 13.0 1906Q 89.9 -3 13.0 30 69.90 0 10.27 7.2 474 394.65 1040/342 467 11.2
75 POWER - GENERATION/ DIS TRIBUTION
IND. COMPOSITE 46095 168435 1 6625 10
Adani Green Energy 10 1903 1564.0 9 318 -35.0 -0.2 - 2.1 - 1906 111.4 5.5 1906Q 111.4 208 5.5 153 74.91 37 20.61 84.3 6850 43.80 63/29 9759 -
Adani Power Ltd. 10 1903 3856.9 24 2404 -225.2 -0.6 - 2.1 - 1906 31.9 -1117.8 1906Q 31.9 -93 -1117.8 -2665 74.97 29 20.17 290.7 22582 58.55 69/21 41193 -
BF Utilities Ltd. 5 1903 18.8 34 18 27.2 7.2 - 0.5 21.2 1906 4.9 0.6 1906Q 4.9 19 0.6 -92 55.97 0 1.26 47.5 571 151.70 342/146 595 28.7
*CESC Ltd. 10 1903 132.6 737 7754 937.0 70.7 17.50 0.6 9.6 1906 2359.0 217.0 1906Q 2359.0 9 217.0 19 49.91 0 39.94 52.7 10034 756.95 1039/631 15738 10.3
*Guj. Industries 10 1903 151.3 174 1407 176.4 11.7 2.90 0.2 6.7 1906 353.7 85.3 1906Q 353.7 7 85.3 48 55.69 0 17.96 52.0 1063 70.30 95/64 1535 5.2
*GVK Power & Infrastr 1 1903 157.9 12 23 113.9 0.7 - 0.3 6.2 1906 8.5 20.7 1906Q 8.5 170 20.7 28 54.25 0 4.92 264.4 733 4.64 12/4 1169 -
India Power Corp 1 1903 97.4 11 523 18.7 0.2 0.05 0.5 1.7 1906 113.9 2.1 1906Q 113.9 -22 2.1 -59 59.49 67 0.12 3.8 1363 14.00 18/9 1932 -
Jaiprakash Power Ven 10 1903 5996.0 15 3732 -377.9 -0.6 - 1.0 - 1906 1032.0 -116.8 1906Q 1032.0 -5 -116.8 -2922 29.84 87 50.32 294.6 977 1.63 5/1 10196 -
JSW Energy Ltd. 10 1903 1641.5 62 5118 251.4 1.5 1.00 0.2 2.5 1906 1142.8 74.9 1906Q 1142.8 -13 74.9 92 74.92 58 15.24 125.0 11113 67.70 77/56 13054 38.7
Nava Bharat Ventures 2 1903 35.2 165 1359 166.2 9.4 1.50 0.1 5.7 1906 323.3 35.9 1906Q 323.3 0 35.9 -21 45.56 0 21.29 25.0 1502 85.25 138/81 1682 9.6
*NHPC 10 1903 10045.0 29 8161 2630.6 2.6 1.46 0.6 9.0 1906 2421.3 881.1 1906Q 2421.3 14 881.1 19 73.32 0 16.53 674.2 23355 23.25 28/21 40415 8.4
*NLC India L 10 1903 1386.6 90 7146 1267.0 9.1 4.53 1.0 10.1 1906 1676.5 323.0 1906Q 1676.5 -1 323.0 1 81.90 0 10.09 94.2 7647 55.15 86/54 19315 6.0
*NTPC 10 1903 9894.6 109 90307 11749.9 11.9 6.08 1.3 10.9 1906 24192.6 2602.8 1906Q 24192.6 7 2602.8 1 56.40 0 40.07 553.3 117251 118.50XB 146/107 250307 10.0
PTC India 10 1903 296.0 112 13496 262.3 8.9 4.00 0.2 7.9 1906 4973.3 62.8 1906Q 4973.3 47 62.8 2 16.21 0 58.83 137.6 1698 57.35 94/53 2055 6.4
*RattanIndia Power 10 1903 2952.9 6 1909 -2791.5 -9.5 - 1.4 - 1906 560.9 -82.9 1906Q 560.9 -19 -82.9 -991 53.08 96 17.80 153.4 307 1.04 5/1 6712 -
Ravindra Energy Ltd. 10 1903 119.6 19 163 6.8 0.6 - 0.0 3.0 1906 28.3 -2.1 1906Q 28.3 40 -2.1 -392 74.50 9 0.00 69.3 401 33.50 51/22 398 -
Reliance Infrastruct 10 1903 263.0 543 986 -913.4 -34.7 - 0.4 - 1906 284.3 324.9 1906Q 284.3 -88 324.9 -10 39.11 98 32.85 797.6 990 37.65 489/33 8409 -
*Reliance Power L 10 1903 2805.1 46 43 -601.7 -2.1 - 0.4 - 1906 14.8 -92.5 1906Q 14.8 36 -92.5 -2415 45.15 83 11.40 3107.2 842 3.00 39/3 7533 -
*SJVN Ltd. 10 1903 3929.8 29 2656 1364.3 3.5 2.15 0.2 12.1 1906 724.5 420.5 1906Q 724.5 18 420.5 43 88.78 0 6.92 97.3 9471 24.10 30/22 7894 6.4
Tata Power Co. 1 1903 270.5 52 7933 1708.6 6.3 1.30 1.2 12.0 1906 2036.5 296.5 1906Q 2036.5 5 296.5 -74 32.99 4 51.21 326.5 14727 54.45 86/50 31613 16.9
Torrent Power Ltd. 10 1903 480.6 186 12978 889.2 18.5 5.00 0.9 9.9 1906 3686.5 276.1 1906Q 3686.5 6 276.1 25 53.56 0 24.66 113.6 13645 283.90 314/212 21652 14.4
76 POWER - TRANSMISSIO N/E QUIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE 6542 59135 11253 14
*Adani Transmission L 10 1903 1099.8 16 833 42.4 0.4 - 5.4 2.4 1906 0.1 1.6 1906Q 0.1 -100 1.6 -95 74.91 50 23.30 41.0 24586 223.55 256/141 33831 -
GE Power India 10 1903 67.2 132 1903 76.0 11.3 6.00 0.0 8.6 1906 428.7 -8.7 1906Q 428.7 -3 -8.7 -456 68.57 0 17.55 34.3 5443 809.65 933/666 4615 83.8
GE T&D India 2 1903 51.2 56 4219 212.7 8.3 1.80 0.1 14.9 1906 733.7 3.4 1906Q 733.7 -37 3.4 -96 74.99 0 17.25 36.7 3923 153.20 331/124 3943 29.3
Kalpataru Power 2 1903 30.7 205 7115 401.3 26.1 3.00 0.2 12.7 1906 1655.0 92.0 1906Q 1655.0 25 92.0 14 59.32 39 30.23 25.2 6943 452.40 554/269 7405 16.8
KEC International Lt 2 1903 51.4 97 10118 497.7 19.4 2.70 0.6 19.9 1906 2113.1 85.9 1906Q 2113.1 14 85.9 18 51.34 0 33.02 92.5 6191 240.80 341/230 7465 12.1
Power Grid Corpo 10 1903 5231.6 113 34119 9938.5 19.0 8.33 2.3 16.8 1906 8804.1 2427.9 1906Q 8804.1 8 2427.9 8 55.36 0 40.14 554.4 105364 201.40 216/173 236372 10.4
*Voltamp Transformers 10 1903 10.1 679 829 84.8 83.9 22.50 0.0 12.4 1906 187.3 16.9 1906Q 187.3 13 16.9 12 49.88 0 33.59 14.6 1020 1007.95 1271/735 1012 11.8

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Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(23/08/19)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
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52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
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Div (`)

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Sales
NP
77 PROJECT CONSULTANCY /TURNKEY
IND. COMPOSITE 1567 6975 947 15
Engineers India 5 1903 316.0 36 2444 370.1 5.9 0.75 0.0 16.3 1906 734.9 124.1 1906Q 734.9 28 124.1 43 51.99 0 32.64 183.5 6300 99.70 139/93 3820 15.5
Power Mech Projects 10 1903 14.7 528 1737 95.7 65.1 1.00 0.4 12.3 1906 468.4 26.5 1906Q 468.4 41 26.5 54 62.49 0 14.10 11.2 1016 690.45 1164/655 1205 9.7
Reliance Ind.Inf 10 1903 15.1 224 85 7.8 5.2 3.00 0.0 2.3 1906 20.4 1.7 1906Q 20.4 -4 1.7 -11 45.43 0 0.82 74.5 349 231.05 496/219 347 46.0
Rites Ltd. 10 1903 250.0* 95 1969 444.6 17.8 12.75 0.0 18.6 1906 519.2 92.6 1906Q 519.2 67 92.6 13 87.40 0 4.63 51.6 5380 215.20XB 257/160 1911 11.7
Shriram EPC Ltd. 10 1903 971.5 13 741 28.6 0.3 - 0.6 2.3 1906 207.5 4.4 1906Q 207.5 103 4.4 -16 28.75 64 67.01 20.1 988 10.17 17/7 1723 -
78 REFINERIES
IND. COMPOSITE 22958 1614699 6 7721 16
Adani Gas 1 1903 110.0 10 1719 228.7 2.1 0.25 0.3 20.6 1906 450.6 79.3 1906Q 450.6 21 79.3 43 74.80 0 22.09 75.8 16112 146.50 184/70 16298 63.8
*Bharat Petroleum 10 1903 2169.3 170 297275 7132.0 32.9 21.67 0.7 19.3 1906 76317.9 1075.1 1906Q 76317.9 6 1075.1 -53 53.29 0 30.87 175.5 71423 329.25 421/239 98537 12.1
Chennai Petro. 10 1903 148.9 222 41338 -213.4 -14.3 - 0.7 - 1906 10147.8 -233.4 1906Q 10147.8 7 -233.4 -250 67.28 0 22.13 68.0 2806 188.45 318/176 5186 -
Hind. Petrol 10 1903 1523.8 185 275197 6028.7 39.6 20.00 0.9 21.4 1906 70988.9 811.0 1906Q 70988.9 5 811.0 -53 51.11 0 36.86 234.3 36320 238.35 333/163 61335 7.1
Indian Oil Corp 10 1903 9414.2 116 527693 16894.2 17.9 9.25 0.8 15.5 1906 131512.5 3596.1 1906Q 131512.5 2 3596.1 -47 52.17 0 20.78 434.4 115653 122.85 170/106 198821 8.5
Mangalore Refine 10 1903 1752.6 61 62062 332.0 1.9 1.00 0.8 3.1 1906 9280.5 -500.1 1906Q 9280.5 -32 -500.1 -238 88.58 0 4.90 330.7 8018 45.75 91/44 15608 -
PetronetLNG 10 1903 1500.0 67 38395 2155.4 14.4 1.25 0.0 21.4 1906 8613.4 560.3 1906Q 8613.4 -6 560.3 -5 49.99 0 37.25 301.1 35813 238.75 255/203 32953 16.8
*Reliance Inds. 10 1903 6339.1* 639 371019 35163.0 55.5 5.50 0.4 8.7 1906 88263.0 9036.0 1906Q 88263.0 -3 9036.0 2 46.16 0 35.25 2256.3 808836 1275.95 1417/1017 962263 22.9
79 RETAIL
IND. COMPOSITE 1845 69507 2569 61
Aditya Birla Fashion 10 1903 773.5* 18 8118 321.2 4.2 - 0.8 22.5 1906 2065.5 21.6 1906Q 2065.5 8 21.6 285 59.10 0 28.23 155.1 14592 188.65 236/161 15732 43.3
Avenue Supermarts 10 1903 624.1 90 19916 936.4 15.0 - 0.1 16.7 1906 5780.5 335.3 1906Q 5780.5 27 335.3 34 81.20 0 9.03 210.7 91634 1468.30 1696/1127 91846 89.7
*Future Enterprises 2 1903 90.8 87 4566 24.0 0.5 - 1.4 0.6 1906 1097.6 -12.8 1906Q 1097.6 8 -12.8 58 50.19 75 4.40 53.2 1167 25.70 51/22 6792 -
Future Lifestyle 2 1903 38.9 85 5377 145.4 7.5 1.40 0.5 8.8 1906 1495.9 25.6 1906Q 1495.9 18 25.6 -9 53.42 26 33.17 36.5 8512 437.10 502/359 9202 59.7
Future Retail L 2 1903 100.5 77 20165 732.8 14.6 - 0.7 19.0 1906 5149.4 162.5 1906Q 5149.4 13 162.5 6 47.01 52 29.23 53.7 19601 390.00 593/375 21903 26.4
Kewal Kiran Clothing 10 1903 12.3 349 502 80.3 65.2 34.00 0.1 18.6 1906 110.2 14.1 1906Q 110.2 4 14.1 2 74.25 0 21.29 5.2 1225 993.90 1560/925 1211 15.2
Shoppers Stop 5 1903 44.0 111 3481 78.8 9.0 0.75 0.0 8.1 1906 832.4 2.4 1906Q 832.4 1 2.4 -75 63.71 13 25.21 11.8 3243 368.55 690/339 3226 45.4
*Spencer's Retail 5 1903 39.8 75 2187 7.9 1.0 - 0.0 1.3 1906 600.8 0.9 1906Q 600.8 15 0.9 -58 54.15 0 18.49 52.5 560 70.40 230/58 341 -
Trent Ltd. 1 1903 35.5 48 2532 127.5 3.6 1.30 0.2 7.5 1906 767.2 57.9 1906Q 767.2 30 57.9 51 37.00 0 36.73 45.1 16861 474.30 489/313 17204 114.6
*V Mart Retail 10 1903 18.2* 223 1434 61.6 33.9 1.70 0.0 15.2 1906 453.0 17.6 1906Q 453.0 25 17.6 -29 52.45 0 36.81 20.1 3180 1751.50 3298/1698 3163 58.5
V2 Retail 10 1903 34.1 87 748 20.5 6.0 - 0.0 6.9 1906 202.3 11.4 1906Q 202.3 8 11.4 2 51.13 0 15.98 22.3 326 95.55 431/91 321 15.7
*Vaibhav Global 10 1903 32.9* 171 480 33.0 10.0 10.00 0.1 5.8 1906 106.6 8.3 1906Q 106.6 -12 8.3 -20 57.78 0 28.83 6.8 2682 814.05 909/573 2568 86.9
80 RUBBER
IND. COMPOSITE 10 626 47 15
Apcotex Industries L 2 1903 10.4* 54 626 46.6 9.0 3.00 0.1 16.8 1906 146.7 11.4 1906Q 146.7 -2 11.4 1 57.93 0 0.58 21.4 1063 204.95 268/172 1047 22.7
81 SERVICES - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 570 16538 1504 29
BLS International Se 1 1903 10.2 3 52 13.3 1.3 0.04 0.2 39.3 1906 13.4 16.7 1906Q 13.4 12 16.7 156 74.24 0 2.94 19.7 820 80.05 175/65 819 35.0
CARE Ratings 10 1903 29.5 187 297 135.0 45.8 30.00 0.0 24.6 1906 45.2 13.1 1906Q 45.2 -21 13.1 -49 0.00 0 69.17 46.2 1614 547.75 1399/453 1590 13.2
Central Depository 10 1903 104.5 52 153 84.4 8.1 - 0.0 15.6 1906 40.5 20.3 1906Q 40.5 11 20.3 25 24.00 0 45.17 137.9 1971 188.60 279/181 1940 22.3
Crisil 1 1812 7.2* 112 1182 277.5 38.4 30.00 0.0 34.3 1906 286.2 46.4 1906H 575.8 -1 97.5 -18 67.44 0 17.59 30.0 9136 1263.60 1832/1135 9085 35.6
*Hinduja Ventures 10 1903 20.6 958 45 -47.2 -23.0
17.50 0.5 - 1906 8.8 -67.6 1906Q 8.8 -89 -67.6 -287 70.82 0 6.65 9.1 637 310.00 700/276 1145 -
ICRA Ltd. 10 1903 9.7 568 230 96.0 99.4 30.00 0.0 17.5 1906 51.4 14.9 1906Q 51.4 -9 14.9 -34 51.86 0 38.05 13.3 2495 2585.40 3807/2570 2301 28.3
IndiaMART InterMESH 10 1903 28.8 56 530 12.6 4.4 - 0.0 7.8 1906 144.3 33.2 1906Q 144.3 29 33.2 160 52.60 0 12.71 33.3 3315 1151.90 1367/1103 3241 -
Just Dial 10 1903 64.8* 154 892 206.8 31.9 - 0.0 20.7 1906 240.2 57.3 1906Q 240.2 14 57.3 49 33.83 2 60.48 30.1 4428 682.95 825/408 4371 19.6
Matrimony.com 5 1903 11.4 90 340 35.9 15.8 1.50 0.0 17.5 1906 94.4 8.6 1906Q 94.4 14 8.6 -14 50.50 0 45.00 8.8 1217 535.10 750/365 1129 35.2
*Nesco Ltd. 2 1903 14.1 166 359 180.2 25.6 0.44 0.0 15.4 1906 78.3 37.8 1906Q 78.3 4 37.8 4 68.19 0 7.98 22.6 3712 526.80 588/405 3708 20.6
Quess Corp 10 1903 146.1 178 5613 231.3 15.8 - 0.2 8.9 1906 1615.9 50.3 1906Q 1615.9 25 50.3 1 71.43 0 20.15 43.9 6581 450.45 1105/387 6752 28.4
Security and Intelli 10 1903 73.3 96 2504 119.3 16.3 3.50 0.7 16.9 1906 688.5 47.8 1906Q 688.5 22 47.8 143 74.33 0 15.83 10.1 5799 790.90 1154/702 6141 39.3
*TeamLease Service 10 1903 17.1 309 4132 97.0 56.7 - 0.0 18.3 1906 1151.4 20.5 1906Q 1151.4 22 20.5 -3 40.27 1 51.94 7.4 4269 2496.70 3201/2159 4158 44.2
*Zee Learn Ltd. 1 1903 32.6* 13 210 61.7 1.9 - 0.4 14.9 1906 60.8 20.2 1906Q 60.8 12 20.2 25 57.17 83 24.32 98.6 752 23.05 42/19 858 11.4
82 SHIP - DOCKS/BREAKI NG/ REPAIRS
IND. COMPOSITE 730 5051 797 12
Cochin Shipyard 10 1903 131.5 253 2962 481.2 36.6 13.00 0.0 14.4 1906 735.4 120.3 1906Q 735.4 12 120.3 13 75.21 0 12.64 164.2 4412 335.40 441/333 2012 8.9
Garden Reach Ship 10 1903 114.6 91 1386 109.9 9.6 6.95 0.0 10.6 1906 168.0 25.3 1906Q 168.0 -10 25.3 403 74.50 0 18.81 11.2 1438 125.55 142/77 416 12.0
*Gujarat Pipavav Port 10 1903 483.4 42 702 205.6 4.3 3.50 0.0 10.2 1906 177.6 56.4 1906Q 177.6 1 56.4 20 43.00 0 48.82 49.0 3865 79.95 114/74 3331 18.0
83 SHIPPING
IND. COMPOSITE 642 6881 -65 8
*Great Eastern 10 1903 150.8 336 2651 -19.5 -1.3 5.40 0.7 - 1906 589.7 -50.2 1906Q 589.7 1 -50.2 78 29.66 0 44.08 63.8 3598 238.60 353/212 5078 -
Seamec Ltd. 10 1903 25.4 137 304 76.7 30.2 - 0.0 22.1 1906 99.1 41.6 1906Q 99.1 61 41.6 107 69.56 0 3.53 10.0 779 306.30 512/183 772 7.9
*Shipping Corpn. 10 1903 465.8 150 3926 -122.0 -2.6 - 0.6 - 1906 933.0 -39.4 1906Q 933.0 4 -39.4 81 63.74 0 18.15 146.8 1234 26.50 60/25 4685 -
84 SUGAR
IND. COMPOSITE 542 30720 1300 6
Avadh Sugar & Energy 10 1903 20.0* 254 2130 119.9 59.9 3.00 3.3 23.6 1906 478.3 26.4 1906Q 478.3 -20 26.4 -27 60.35 24 0.82 16.5 404 201.90XB 381/170 1627 3.7
Bajaj HindusthanSuga 1 1903 113.4 30 6804 -64.1 -0.6 - 1.8 - 1906 1654.0 -18.5 1906Q 1654.0 14 -18.5 89 15.43 100 48.01 148.5 592 5.22 12/5 6732 -
Balrampur Chini 1 1903 22.0 95 4286 570.6 25.9 2.50 0.6 27.4 1906 948.5 106.7 1906Q 948.5 -5 106.7 45 41.10 0 34.45 84.4 2663 121.05 167/66 3531 4.4
*Bannari Amman Su 10 1903 12.5 954 1125 75.9 60.6 10.00 0.4 6.3 1906 260.9 5.6 1906Q 260.9 7 5.6 85 58.69 0 1.07 6.3 1403 1118.65 1946/1111 1866 17.9
Dalmia Bharat Sugar 2 1903 16.2 191 2019 187.4 23.2 1.60 0.5 12.1 1906 589.5 57.6 1906Q 589.5 -10 57.6 -7 74.91 0 4.86 18.5 589 72.80 136/59 1251 3.2
Dhampur Sugar 10 1903 66.4 187 2754 255.0 38.4 6.50 1.3 20.5 1906 880.3 63.0 1906Q 880.3 23 63.0 89 49.08 1 5.57 39.8 953 143.50 252/83 2294 3.3
Dwarikesh Sugar 1 1903 18.8 25 1084 95.1 5.1 1.00 0.9 20.5 1906 379.0 19.9 1906Q 379.0 1 19.9 -35 41.86 0 3.63 39.0 415 22.05 34/18 737 4.9
EID Parry 1 1903 17.7 97 1855 163.1 9.2 3.00 0.4 9.5 1906 388.0 -53.1 1906Q 388.0 -15 -53.1 -198 44.75 0 10.88 53.1 2608 147.35 248/135 3305 46.9
Shree Renuka Sugars 1 1903 191.7 3 4297 -381.9 -2.0 - -10.5 - 1906 997.3 -159.0 1906Q 997.3 3 -159.0 11 58.33 0 28.06 159.3 1311 6.84 18/7 3085 -
Triveni Eng.&Ind.Ltd 1 1903 24.8 43 3152 220.6 8.9 0.70 1.3 20.5 1906 921.5 32.1 1906Q 921.5 30 32.1 -5 68.34 0 6.45 45.2 1276 51.45 78/37 2381 5.8
Uttam Sugar Mills 10 1903 38.1 61 1215 58.1 15.2 - 3.9 24.8 1906 347.2 15.1 1906Q 347.2 28 15.1 -69 74.99 33 1.23 14.8 368 96.40 164/78 1022 14.8

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)

(23/08/2019)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

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NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

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(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
85 TELECOMMUNICATIONS - E QUIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE 13474 8197 -1218 27
*GTL Infrastructure 10 1903 12319.1 1 1500 -1539.4 -1.2 - 2.0 - 1906 362.4 -207.0 1906Q 362.4 -7 -207.0 3 3.41 100 68.70 188.3 591 0.48 2/0 5656 -
Himachal F. Comm 1 1903 128.4 11 4366 184.0 1.4 0.10 0.2 12.7 1906 1200.6 89.3 1906Q 1200.6 16 89.3 101 38.12 69 6.42 223.9 2415 18.80 26/17 2543 10.5
ITI 10 1903 897.0 20 1668 92.5 1.0 - -1.6 5.2 1906 160.9 -61.0 1906Q 160.9 -15 -61.0 -2369 90.00 0 0.03 54.3 5463 60.90 120/56 6183 -
Nelco Ltd 10 1903 22.8 18 34 17.7 7.8 1.50 0.8 42.2 1906 9.2 6.9 1906Q 9.2 12 6.9 137 50.08 0 6.18 22.0 484 212.30 359/202 514 22.3
Optiemus Infracom 10 1903 85.8 39 401 2.2 0.3 - 0.7 0.7 1906 87.3 -9.3 1906Q 87.3 -26 -9.3 -425 74.92 34 0.01 3.7 409 47.70 144/43 605 -
*Prabhat Telecoms (In 10 1903 10.7 24 122 -4.0 -3.8 - 2.9 - 1906 14.1 -3.1 1906Q 14.1 -77 -3.1 -1075 70.00 0 1.34 0.3 429 400.95XB 433/168 526 -
Suyog Telematics 10 1903 10.2 96 105 28.6 28.2 2.50 0.7 29.4 1906 29.3 8.2 1906Q 29.3 21 8.2 17 49.63 25 0.00 0.6 416 410.00 524/190 464 14.0
86 TEXTILES
IND. COMPOSITE 3299 77857 7649 11
*Alok Industries Ltd. 10 1903 1377.3 -94 3129 2282.1 16.6 - -1.6 - 1906 817.4 -66.9 1906Q 817.4 4 -66.9 94 9.95 100 6.32 215.4 369 2.68 6/3 24594 0.1
*Ambika Cotton Mi 10 1903 5.7 829 656 63.2 110.4 30.00 0.1 13.3 1906 151.3 13.8 1906Q 151.3 -7 13.8 -18 49.99 0 4.64 10.6 481 840.00 1323/834 504 8.0
*Arvind Fashions 4 1903 23.5 229 1010 61.5 10.5 - 0.1 4.6 1906 171.8 0.8 1906Q 171.8 -21 0.8 -90 35.60 4 33.76 179.1 2981 508.45 1085/465 3051 55.0
Arvind Ltd. 10 1903 258.8* 109 6436 199.4 7.7 2.00 0.8 7.1 1906 1741.6 32.9 1906Q 1741.6 4 32.9 -48 43.10 10 35.18 223.7 1238 47.85 413/45 3661 7.4
Bombay Dyeing 2 1903 41.3 9 4430 1230.0 59.6 1.50 4.2 681.0 1906 648.6 27.6 1906Q 648.6 63 27.6 129 53.67 0 5.52 114.8 1335 64.65 275/61 3847 1.0
*Cantabil Retail Indi 10 1903 16.3 70 289 12.5 7.7 - 0.4 10.9 1906 58.1 0.4 1906Q 58.1 9 0.4 -70 74.22 0 0.23 5.9 347 212.70 350/116 388 30.1
Century Enka 10 1903 21.9 437 1791 76.6 35.0 7.00 0.0 8.0 1906 375.2 18.5 1906Q 375.2 -8 18.5 -18 25.25 0 8.85 43.2 373 170.55 305/161 387 5.1
Cheviot Co Ltd 10 1903 6.5 946 395 50.2 77.6 1.00 0.0 8.2 1906 105.9 12.0 1906Q 105.9 23 12.0 -8 74.99 0 0.15 8.4 367 567.05XB 980/519 350 7.5
Dollar Industries 2 1903 11.3 74 1029 75.3 13.3 0.20 0.5 18.0 1906 233.6 12.9 1906Q 233.6 -4 12.9 -7 60.01 0 8.52 8.1 1154 203.50 350/178 1305 15.5
Filatex India 2 1903 43.9* 22 2874 84.8 3.9 - 1.7 17.9 1906 696.8 20.0 1906Q 696.8 -1 20.0 -1 57.72 38 4.95 7.5 814 37.05 66/34 1429 9.6
Ganesha Ecosphere 10 1903 21.8 192 1020 62.0 28.4 2.00 0.7 14.8 1906 243.4 16.1 1906Q 243.4 2 16.1 53 39.85 26 15.39 10.5 550 251.75 375/229 731 8.1
*Garware Tech. Fibres 10 1903 21.9 297 1018 125.6 57.4 5.00 0.3 19.3 1906 232.3 29.6 1906Q 232.3 -5 29.6 -6 50.70 0 9.01 16.2 2300 1051.00 1358/967 2416 18.6
Gokaldas Exports 5 1903 21.4 56 1173 25.6 6.0 - 3.7 10.7 1906 341.3 35.6 1906Q 341.3 20 35.6 779 32.92 0 14.73 17.6 317 73.95 119/66 773 5.6
Himatsingka Seid 5 1903 49.2 147 1745 236.0 24.0 5.00 1.5 16.3 1906 448.1 57.3 1906Q 448.1 4 57.3 6 47.56 0 19.76 32.2 1240 125.95 299/121 2938 5.1
Indo Count Inds. 2 1903 39.5 49 1823 59.2 3.0 0.60 0.4 6.2 1906 477.0 33.6 1906Q 477.0 4 33.6 17 58.93 0 9.67 54.4 823 41.70 83/30 1167 12.9
Indo Rama Synth. 10 1903 261.1 12 1695 -271.1 -10.4 - 0.7 - 1906 533.3 -30.0 1906Q 533.3 50 -30.0 -3 81.71 24 5.30 17.3 704 26.95 41/16 911 -
Jindal Worldwide 1 1903 20.1 17 2114 26.4 1.3 0.05 1.3 7.6 1906 692.6 7.3 1906Q 692.6 41 7.3 -54 61.14 18 0.14 3.0 1203 60.00 106/54 1607 -
*Kitex Garments 1 1903 6.7 89 607 81.5 12.2 1.07 0.0 13.8 1906 145.6 14.5 1906Q 145.6 18 14.5 -22 55.27 0 1.72 34.7 480 72.25 137/70 384 6.2
KPR Mill Ltd. 5 1903 36.3 208 2979 289.1 39.8 0.75 0.4 19.1 1906 801.7 74.3 1906Q 801.7 5 74.3 -4 74.99 0 17.88 15.6 3948 544.05 711/513 4515 13.8
Lux Industries 2 1903 5.1 164 1209 101.3 40.1 3.50 1.0 24.5 1906 262.4 20.0 1906Q 262.4 0 20.0 7 73.71 0 3.75 11.9 2555 1011.75 1934/984 2874 24.7
Monte Carlo Fashions 10 1903 20.7 233 656 59.6 28.7 - 0.1 12.3 1906 59.9 -6.1 1906Q 59.9 -26 -6.1 -198 67.90 0 4.42 37.1 478 230.80 448/225 514 8.3
Page Industries Ltd. 10 1903 11.2 695 2852 393.9 353.2 344.00 0.1 50.8 1906 835.0 110.7 1906Q 835.0 2 110.7 -11 48.31 0 39.74 68.8 20168 18081.85 36336/17141 20197 53.1
PDS Multi. Fashions 10 1903 26.0 42 39 1.1 0.4 - 0.2 1.0 1906 8.8 0.6 1906Q 8.8 19 0.6 230 66.64 0 5.22 14.3 844 324.00 395/230 865 -
*Rajapalayam Mill 10 1903 7.4 401 413 27.8 37.7 4.00 0.7 9.4 1906 102.9 -1.4 1906Q 102.9 -3 -1.4 -184 53.16 0 3.33 4.9 552 748.05 959/655 749 22.2
Raymond Ltd 10 1903 61.4 223 3276 73.8 12.0 3.00 0.9 5.4 1906 685.4 -22.2 1906Q 685.4 13 -22.2 -67 43.83 0 23.40 107.6 3436 559.75 885/533 4527 53.0
Rupa & Company L 1 1903 8.0 72 1108 93.4 11.7 3.00 0.2 16.2 1906 188.5 9.3 1906Q 188.5 3 9.3 -10 73.28 0 0.28 12.2 1317 165.55 392/158 1420 14.3
S P Apparels Ltd. 10 1903 25.7 189 778 69.8 27.2 - 0.5 14.4 1906 205.0 6.6 1906Q 205.0 17 6.6 -42 61.63 0 20.07 11.7 495 192.60 336/172 643 7.6
Siyaram Silk 2 1903 9.4 162 1815 101.2 21.6 0.60 0.8 13.4 1906 325.9 10.0 1906Q 325.9 1 10.0 1 67.06 0 12.98 14.8 999 213.20 575/192 1525 9.9
SRF Ltd. 10 1903 57.5 682 6459 517.2 90.0 12.00 0.7 13.2 1906 1524.0 150.4 1906Q 1524.0 5 150.4 36 52.32 0 29.50 44.9 16158 2811.10 3086/1617 18724 29.0
Sutlej Textiles & In 1 1903 16.4 58 2562 65.7 4.0 0.13 1.0 6.9 1906 648.6 8.6 1906Q 648.6 5 8.6 -1 63.89 3 0.15 10.9 411 25.10 53/25 1356 6.3
*SVP Global Ventures 10 1903 12.7 26 117 8.9 7.1 - 8.6 27.3 1906 24.2 1.8 1906Q 24.2 -39 1.8 -44 68.71 0 0.00 1.1 459 363.00 399/235 660 61.2
*Swan Energy Ltd. 1 1903 24.4 39 860 2.3 0.1 0.10 0.2 0.2 1906 60.8 1.5 1906Q 60.8 -90 1.5 -95 64.89 26 12.52 7.7 2460 100.70 165/94 2612 -
TCNS Clothing 2 1903 12.3* 101 1148 131.4 21.4 - 0.1 21.2 1906 279.6 20.5 1906Q 279.6 18 20.5 0 32.38 0 21.38 17.4 4334 705.20 865/515 4310 33.0
Trident Ltd. 10 1903 509.6 58 5220 370.9 7.3 3.00 0.9 12.7 1906 1305.3 123.2 1906Q 1305.3 15 123.2 108 71.06 0 2.30 109.0 2808 55.10 76/52 5161 6.4
Vardhman Textiles Lt 10 1903 57.5* 911 6415 695.9 121.0 17.50 0.4 13.3 1906 1558.3 103.5 1906Q 1558.3 -1 103.5 -29 62.14 0 27.41 21.6 5120 890.45 1154/875 7053 7.8
Vishal Fabrics Ltd. 5 1903 22.0 49 998 17.9 4.1 - 1.5 8.2 1906 333.6 8.0 1906Q 333.6 35 8.0 254 68.13 10 7.49 0.4 1511 344.00 590/230 1806 64.0
Voith Paper Fabrics 10 1903 4.4 484 112 23.1 52.6 5.00 0.0 10.9 1906 25.4 5.9 1906Q 25.4 -0 5.9 7 74.04 0 1.18 4.0 324 736.85 928/704 188 13.8
Welspun India 1 1903 100.5 25 5395 141.8 1.4 0.30 0.9 5.7 1906 1435.4 154.8 1906Q 1435.4 8 154.8 76 68.48 0 17.79 69.1 4853 48.30 78/41 7020 23.2
*Zodiac Clothing 10 1903 22.5 119 214 -18.4 -8.2 1.00 0.3 - 1906 52.1 -6.4 1906Q 52.1 -2 -6.4 -155 66.93 0 8.86 3.9 416 185.00 286/135 476 -
87 TRADING
IND. COMPOSITE 513 65531 -1 20
Adani Enterprises Lt 1 1903 110.0 30 15541 487.2 4.4 0.40 0.9 15.0 1906 5436.4 468.8 1906Q 5436.4 102 468.8 6647 74.91 26 21.70 87.4 14430 131.20 237/113 16923 15.0
*Grandeur Products 10 1903 22.3 21 4 0.2 0.1 - 0.7 0.5 1906 0.0 -0.4 1906Q 0.0 -85 -0.4 -128 25.62 0 0.00 0.5 796 356.95 378/188 808 -
India Motor Part 10 1903 8.3 1214 512 40.4 48.6 18.00 0.0 4.0 1906 138.6 8.9 1906Q 138.6 8 8.9 21 30.71 0 8.52 7.6 670 805.00 966/784 666 16.0
*KRBL Ltd. 1 1903 23.5 115 4120 503.3 21.4 2.50 0.5 18.5 1906 1217.6 136.2 1906Q 1217.6 64 136.2 35 58.81 0 7.79 33.8 5192 220.55 412/197 6602 9.6
*LT Foods Ltd. 1 1903 32.0 26 2193 54.5 1.7 0.15 0.9 6.5 1906 600.9 21.0 1906Q 600.9 25 21.0 30 56.17 6 10.76 76.4 619 19.35 58/18 1285 10.4
*MMTC Ltd. 1 1903 150.0 10 28979 81.4 0.5 0.30 0.4 5.5 1906 6886.3 19.7 1906Q 6886.3 35 19.7 98 89.92 0 4.17 115.2 2685 17.90XB 36/17 3136 -
MSTC Ltd. 10 1903 70.4 30 2927 -324.5 -46.1 - 1.4 - 1906 396.0 25.2 1906Q 396.0 -28 25.2 -49 64.74 0 16.16 13.8 529 75.15 120/70 785 -
*Shankara Building Pr 10 1903 22.8 142 2352 16.4 7.2 1.50 0.5 5.1 1906 590.8 4.8 1906Q 590.8 -15 4.8 -49 56.21 0 28.73 22.8 663 290.30 1629/240 816 56.2
State Trading 10 1903 60.0 9 8903 -881.1 -146.8 - 34.6 - 1906 2260.6 -94.3 1906Q 2260.6 -39 -94.3 -6562 90.00 0 1.98 25.4 509 84.75 149/81 2004 -
*Uniphos Enterprises 2 1903 13.9 388 - 20.8 3.0 - 0.0 0.8 1906 0.0 0.1 1906Q 0.0 -43 0.1 438 72.19 0 14.88 11.7 480 69.00 132/58 474 22.9
88 TRANSPORT
IND. COMPOSITE 335 10479 1358 20
Container Corpor 5 1903 304.6 170 6882 1215.4 19.9 6.84 0.0 11.7 1906 1638.9 227.8 1906Q 1638.9 5 227.8 -10 54.79 0 40.68 61.0 29712 487.65XB 583/433 27731 25.0
*Maheshwari Logist 10 1903 14.8 79 1039 14.8 10.0 1.20 0.7 12.7 1906 223.6 5.1 1906Q 223.6 -0 5.1 39 54.51 0 0.00 0.7 375 253.20 298/175 434 -
TCI Ltd. 2 1903 15.4* 109 2558 127.6 16.6 1.80 0.6 15.2 1906 612.1 29.7 1906Q 612.1 5 29.7 5 66.91 0 14.40 24.5 2133 277.70 376/232 2501 16.5
89 TYRES AND TUBES
IND. COMPOSITE 221 52174 3170 18
Apollo Tyres 1 1903 57.2 134 12354 592.1 10.4 3.25 0.4 7.7 1906 3103.7 149.9 1906Q 3103.7 1 149.9 -31 40.90 15 41.21 171.8 9473 165.60 266/144 11992 18.0
*Balkrishna Ind. 2 1903 38.7 242 5245 782.0 40.5 8.00 0.2 16.7 1906 1193.5 176.0 1906Q 1193.5 -12 176.0 -24 58.29 0 26.56 60.9 14354 742.50 1467/691 15128 19.7
*Ceat Ltd. 10 1903 40.5 680 6831 288.9 71.4 12.00 0.4 10.5 1906 1703.6 87.0 1906Q 1703.6 2 87.0 12 51.08 0 30.71 82.8 3488 862.40 1439/731 4646 11.7
*Goodyear India 10 1903 23.1 376 1912 102.1 44.3 13.00 0.0 11.8 1906 490.3 26.3 1906Q 490.3 -8 26.3 6 73.99 0 9.29 21.5 1963 851.20 1098/800 1387 19.0
JK Tyre & Industries 2 1903 49.2 81 7613 204.4 8.3 1.50 1.8 10.2 1906 1804.2 17.3 1906Q 1804.2 -4 17.3 -74 56.22 35 5.80 136.6 1370 55.65 132/54 4278 8.9
MRF Ltd 10 1903 4.2 25119 15837 1096.9 2586.3 60.00 0.1 10.3 1906 4409.5 268.5 1906Q 4409.5 14 268.5 3 27.72 0 21.42 65.4 24547 57877.70 74874/51850 25950 22.2
TVS Srichakra Lt 10 1903 7.7 971 2382 103.2 134.7 40.00 0.5 13.9 1906 592.5 26.3 1906Q 592.5 1 26.3 -23 45.36 0 7.08 29.3 1253 1636.45 2957/1470 1538 13.1

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Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code
523395 3M India Ltd. 31 10-Aug-19 3MINDIA 512573 Avanti Feeds Lim 5 01-Aug-19 AVANTIFEED 500084 CESC Ltd. 75 12-Jul-19 CESC 532700 Entertainment Networ 40 30-Jul-19 ENIL
540776 5Paisa Capital 47 10-Jul-18 5PAISA 540376 Avenue Supermarts 79 14-Aug-19 DMART 542333 CESC Ventures 24 12-Jul-19 CESCVENT 539844 Equitas Holdings Ltd 47 27-Jul-19 EQUITAS
526881 63 Moons Technologie 24 21-Sep-18 63MOONS 519105 AVT Natural Prod 33 03-Aug-19 AVTNPL 500093 CG Power and Indust 34 19-Aug-16 CGPOWER 540596 Eris Lifesciences 72 22-Sep-18 ERIS
524348 Aarti Drugs Ltd 72 30-Jul-19 AARTIDRUGS 532215 Axis Bank Ltd. 44 06-Jul-19 AXISBANK 542399 Chalet Hotels L 52 07-Aug-19 CHALET 500133 Esab India 38 07-Aug-19 ESABINDIA
524208 Aarti Ind. Ltd 20 14-Sep-18 AARTIIND 532977 Bajaj Auto Ltd. 6 13-Jul-19 BAJAJ-AUTO 500085 Chambal Fertilis 43 10-Sep-19 CHAMBLFERT 500495 Escorts Ltd. 10 14-Jul-19 ESCORTS
541988 Aavas Financiers 46 - AAVAS 533229 Bajaj Consumer Care 41 09-Jul-19 BAJAJCON 530871 Chembond Chemica 20 27-Jul-19 - 500135 Essel Propack Ltd. 67 23-Jun-15 ESSELPACK
500002 ABB India 34 02-May-19 ABB 500031 Bajaj Electricals 26 27-Jul-19 BAJAJELEC 500110 Chennai Petro. 78 14-Aug-19 CHENNPETRO 531508 Eveready Industr 26 30-Jul-18 EVEREADY
500488 Abbott India Ltd. 72 16-Aug-19 ABBOTINDIA 500034 Bajaj Finance L 47 13-Jul-19 BAJFINANCE 526817 Cheviot Co Ltd 86 18-Jul-19 - 508906 Everest Industries L 18 19-Jul-18 EVERESTIND
500410 ACC 17 07-Mar-19 ACC 532978 Bajaj Finserv Ltd. 47 13-Jul-19 BAJAJFINSV 504973 Cholamandalam Financ 47 26-Jul-19 CHOLAHLDNG 532511 Excel Crop Care Ltd. 70 21-Jul-18 EXCELCROP
532268 Accelya Solutions In 24 01-Oct-18 ACCELYA 500032 Bajaj HindusthanSuga 84 15-Sep-18 BAJAJHIND 511243 Cholamandalam Invest 47 24-Jul-19 CHOLAFIN 500650 Excel Industries 70 07-Aug-19 EXCELINDUS
532762 Action Construction 39 20-Sep-19 ACE 500490 Bajaj Holdings & Inv 47 13-Jul-19 BAJAJHLDNG 534758 Cigniti Technologies 24 20-Jul-19 CIGNITITEC 500086 Exide Inds. 7 27-Jul-19 EXIDEIND
512599 Adani Enterprises Lt 87 31-Jul-19 ADANIENT 530999 Balaji Amines Li 20 19-Jul-19 BALAMINES 500087 Cipla 72 02-Aug-19 CIPLA 530117 Fairchem Speciality 20 03-Aug-19 FAIRCHEM
542066 Adani Gas 78 30-Jul-19 ADANIGAS 532382 Balaji Telefilms Ltd 40 24-Aug-19 BALAJITELE 532210 City Union Bank 44 22-Aug-19 CUB 531599 FDC Ltd. 72 01-Sep-18 FDC
541450 Adani Green Energy 75 31-Jul-19 ADANIGREEN 502355 Balkrishna Ind. 89 08-Jul-19 BALKRISIND 506390 Clariant Chemicals ( 32 02-Aug-19 CLNINDIA 500469 Federal Bank 44 19-Jul-19 FEDERALBNK
532921 Adani Ports & Speci 64 30-Jul-19 ADANIPORTS 523319 Balmer Lawrie & 31 12-Sep-19 BALMLAWRIE 500147 CMI FPE Ltd. 39 26-Jul-19 - 505744 Federal-Mogul Goetze 7 13-Sep-19 FMGOETZE
533096 Adani Power Ltd. 75 01-Aug-19 ADANIPOWER 532485 Balmer Lawrie Invest 47 12-Sep-19 - 533278 Coal India 63 14-Aug-19 COALINDIA 590024 Fertilisers & Ch 43 18-Sep-18 FACT
539254 Adani Transmission L 76 01-Aug-19 ADANITRANS 500038 Balrampur Chini 84 24-Aug-19 BALRAMCHIN 540678 Cochin Shipyard 82 07-Aug-19 COCHINSHIP 532768 FIEM Industries 7 15-Sep-19 FIEMIND
519183 ADF Foods Ltd. 41 07-Sep-18 ADFFOODS 500039 Banco Products 7 09-Aug-19 BANCOINDIA 539436 Coffee Day Enterpris 52 - COFFEEDAY 526227 Filatex India 86 21-Sep-19 FILATEX
538365 Adhunik Industries 54 10-Sep-19 ADHUNIKIND 541153 Bandhan Bank 44 22-Jun-19 BANDHANBNK 500830 Colgate Palm. 41 22-Aug-19 COLPAL 541557 Fine Organic Indus 20 27-Jul-19 FINEORG
540691 Aditya Birla Capital 47 21-Aug-18 ABCAPITAL 532134 Bank of Baroda 45 20-Jun-19 BANKBARODA 526829 Confidence Petroleum 58 22-Sep-18 CONFIPET 508954 Finkurve Financial S 47 22-Sep-18 -
535755 Aditya Birla Fashion 79 18-Jul-15 ABFRL 532149 Bank of India 45 24-Jun-19 BANKINDIA 531344 Container Corpor 88 21-Aug-19 CONCOR 500144 Finolex Cables 14 15-Sep-18 FINCABLES
517041 Ador Welding Ltd. 38 20-Jul-19 ADORWELD 532525 Bank of Maharash 45 21-Jun-19 MAHABANK 522295 Control Print Ltd. 23 15-Aug-19 CONTROLPR 500940 Finolex Industri 74 22-Sep-18 FINPIPE
540025 Advanced Enzyme Tech 50 03-Aug-19 ADVENZYMES 500041 Bannari Amman Su 84 06-Sep-19 BANARISUG 506395 Coromandel Internati 43 12-Jul-19 COROMANDEL 532809 Firstsource Solution 24 27-Jul-19 FSL
500003 Aegis Logistics Ltd. 57 23-Jul-19 AEGISCHEM 500042 BASF India Lt 20 06-Jul-19 BASF 532179 Corporation Bank 45 21-Jun-19 CORPBANK 502865 Forbes & Company Ltd 38 20-Aug-19 -
542752 Affle (India) 40 - AFFLE 500043 Bata India 56 24-Jul-19 BATAINDIA 508814 Cosmo Films 67 20-Jul-19 COSMOFILMS 500033 Force Motors 9 05-Sep-18 FORCEMOT
500463 AGC Networks 24 20-Sep-19 AGCNET 506285 BayerCropscience 70 12-Jul-19 BAYERCROP 541770 CreditAccess Grameen 47 27-Jul-19 CREDITACC 532843 Fortis Healthcare 51 20-Sep-16 FORTIS
500215 Agro Tech Foods Ltd. 33 10-Jul-19 ATFL 539018 Beekay Steel Indus 54 14-Sep-19 - 500092 Crisil 81 02-Apr-19 CRISIL 500150 Foseco India Lim 20 19-Apr-19 FOSECOIND
532811 Ahluwalia Contra 25 19-Sep-19 AHLUCONT 500048 BEML Ltd. 39 22-Sep-18 BEML 539876 Crompton Greaves Con 34 20-Jul-19 CROMPTON 533400 Future Consumer 41 23-Aug-18 FCONSUMER
532683 AIA Engineering 16 06-Aug-19 AIAENG 533095 Bengal & Assam Compa 47 21-Aug-19 - 500480 Cummins India Lt 38 02-Aug-19 CUMMINSIND 523574 Future Enterprises 79 20-Aug-15 FEL
532331 Ajanta Pharma Lt 72 11-Jul-19 AJANTPHARM 509480 Berger Paints I 68 30-Jul-19 BERGEPAINT 532175 Cyient Ltd. 24 03-Jun-19 CYIENT 536507 Future Lifestyle 79 20-Aug-15 FLFL
513349 Ajmera Realty & Infr 25 26-Sep-19 AJMERA 533303 BF Investment Ltd. 47 01-Sep-18 BFINVEST 533146 D-Link (India) 23 13-Jul-19 DLINKINDIA 540064 Future Retail L 79 - FRETAIL
500710 Akzo Nobel India Ltd 68 02-Aug-19 AKZOINDIA 532430 BF Utilities Ltd. 75 25-Sep-18 BFUTILITIE 500096 Dabur India 41 09-Aug-19 DABUR 540798 Future Supply Chain 57 - FSC
506235 Alembic Ltd. 72 31-Jul-18 ALEMBICLTD 530803 Bhageria Industries 32 27-Aug-19 BHAGERIA 542216 Dalmia Bharat L 17 24-Aug-19 DALBHARAT 507488 G M Breweries Ltd. 12 08-May-19 GMBREW
533573 Alembic Pharmaceutic 72 22-Jul-19 APLLTD 531719 Bhagiradha Chemi 70 03-Aug-19 - 500097 Dalmia Bharat Sugar 84 22-Aug-19 DALMIASUG 505714 Gabriel India 7 07-Aug-19 GABRIEL
531147 Alicon Castalloy 16 22-Jul-19 ALICON 500052 Bhansali Engg.Po 71 21-Sep-19 BEPL 532528 Datamatics Global Se 24 07-Aug-19 DATAMATICS 532155 GAIL (India) Ltd. 66 13-Aug-19 GAIL
539523 Alkem Laboratories 72 - ALKEM 503960 Bharat Bijlee 36 02-Sep-19 BBL 533151 DB Corp 60 04-Sep-18 DBCORP 539228 Gala Global Products 60 23-Sep-16 -
506767 Alkyl Amines Che 20 30-Jul-19 ALKYLAMINE 541143 Bharat Dynamics 39 21-Sep-18 BDL 532772 DCB Bank 44 25-May-19 DCBBANK 540935 Galaxy Surfacta. 20 03-Aug-19 GALAXYSURF
532480 Allahabad Bank 45 22-Jun-19 ALBK 500049 Bharat Electroni 34 22-Aug-19 BEL 523367 DCM Shriram 31 16-Jul-19 DCMSHRIRAM 533265 Gallantt Ispat Ltd. 54 21-Sep-18 GALLISPAT
532749 Allcargo Logistics 57 06-Aug-18 ALLCARGO 500493 Bharat Forge 16 03-Aug-19 BHARATFORG 500117 DCW Ltd. 71 21-Sep-18 DCW 513108 Gandhi Special 54 13-Jul-19 GANDHITUBE
532633 Allsec Technologies 24 01-Aug-18 ALLSEC 500103 Bharat Heavy Ele 39 13-Sep-19 BHEL 502137 Deccan Cements 17 01-Aug-19 DECCANCE 514167 Ganesha Ecosphere 86 30-Aug-19 GANECOS
521070 Alok Industries Ltd. 86 21-Dec-18 ALOKTEXT 500547 Bharat Petroleum 78 23-Aug-19 BPCL 532760 Deep Industries 66 17-Sep-19 DEEPIND 542011 Garden Reach Ship 82 - GRSE
500008 Amara Raja Batt. 7 15-Jul-19 AMARAJABAT 590021 Bharat Rasayan 70 19-Sep-19 BHARATRAS 500645 Deepak Fertilisers 43 07-Aug-19 DEEPAKFERT 500655 Garware Poly. 67 17-Sep-18 -
540902 Amber Enterprises 26 17-Aug-19 AMBER 540700 Bharat Road Network 25 - BRNL 506401 Deepak Nitrite 20 21-Jun-19 DEEPAKNTR 509557 Garware Tech. Fibres 86 01-Sep-18 GARFIBRES
531978 Ambika Cotton Mi 86 21-Sep-18 AMBIKCO 532454 Bharti Airtel 65 04-Aug-18 BHARTIARTL 532848 Delta Corp Ltd. 64 17-Jul-19 DELTACORP 532622 Gateway Distriparks 57 03-Aug-19 GDL
500425 Ambuja Cements Ltd. 17 01-Mar-19 AMBUJACEM 534816 Bharti Infratel Ltd. 53 05-Aug-15 INFRATEL 533137 Den Networks Ltd. 40 09-Nov-18 DEN 532345 Gati Ltd. 28 12-Sep-18 GATI
590006 Amrutanjan Health Ca 72 19-Sep-19 AMRUTANJAN 532523 Biocon 72 22-Jul-17 BIOCON 511072 Dewan Housing 46 21-Jun-18 DHFL 532767 Gayatri Projects 25 22-Sep-18 GAYAPROJ
515055 Anant Raj Ltd. 25 24-Sep-19 ANANTRAJ 500335 Birla Corporation Lt 17 07-Aug-19 BIRLACORPN 519588 DFM Foods Limi 41 27-Jul-19 DFMFOODS 532309 GE Power India 76 17-Jul-19 GEPIL
532418 Andhra Bank 45 23-Jul-19 ANDHRABANK 532400 Birlasoft 24 12-Aug-17 BSOFT 500119 Dhampur Sugar 84 27-Aug-19 DHAMPURSUG 522275 GE T&D India 76 18-Jul-19 GET&D
500012 Andhra Petro 20 02-Jul-19 - 506197 Bliss GVS Pharma 72 14-Sep-19 BLISSGVS 532180 Dhanlaxmi Bank 44 24-Aug-19 DHANBANK 540755 General Ins. Corp. 47 16-Mar-98 GICRE
526173 Andrew Yule & Co 73 20-Sep-18 - 540073 BLS International Se 81 20-Sep-19 BLS 507717 Dhanuka Agritech Ltd 70 01-Aug-19 DHANUKA 530343 Genus Power Infrastr 34 31-Aug-19 GENUSPOWER
518091 Anjani Portland 17 22-Aug-19 APCL 526612 Blue Dart Expres 28 24-Jul-19 BLUEDART 506414 DIL 72 02-Jul-19 - 532285 Geojit Financial 47 25-Jul-19 GEOJITFSL
532259 Apar Industries 36 02-Aug-19 APARINDS 500067 Blue Star 26 03-Aug-19 BLUESTARCO 540047 Dilip Buildcon Ltd. 25 11-Sep-19 DBL 500173 GFL L 20 25-Aug-18 GFLLIMITED
523694 Apcotex Industries L 80 25-May-19 APCOTEXIND 542669 BMW Industries 38 - - 500068 Disa India Ltd. 39 01-Aug-19 - 500171 GHCL 21 24-May-19 GHCL
540692 Apex Frozen Foods 41 17-Sep-18 APEX 524370 Bodal Chemicals 32 14-Sep-19 BODALCHEM 532839 Dish TV India Ltd. 40 25-Sep-18 DISHTV 511676 GIC Housing Fi 46 14-Sep-19 GICHSGFIN
533758 APL Apollo Tubes 54 22-Sep-18 APLAPOLLO 501425 Bombay Burmah 73 03-Aug-19 BBTC 540701 Dishman Carbogen Amc 72 21-Sep-17 DCAL 507815 Gillette India Ltd. 41 24-Nov-18 GILLETTE
508869 Apollo Hospitals 51 14-Sep-19 APOLLOHOSP 500020 Bombay Dyeing 86 27-Jul-19 BOMDYEING 532488 Divi's Lab 72 17-Aug-19 DIVISLAB -- GKW L 38 12-Jul-19 GKWLIMITED
531761 Apollo Pipes 74 17-Sep-18 - 502219 Borosil Glass 48 13-Jul-18 BOROSIL 540699 Dixon Technologies 26 25-Jul-19 DIXON 500660 GlaxoSmithKline Phar 72 15-Jul-19 GLAXO
538566 Apollo TriCoat Tubes 57 22-Sep-18 - 500530 Bosch Ltd. 7 17-Aug-19 BOSCHLTD 532868 DLF Ltd. 25 17-Sep-18 DLF 500676 GlaxoSmithKlineConsu 41 27-Jul-19 GSKCONS
500877 Apollo Tyres 89 25-Jul-19 APOLLOTYRE 532929 Brigade Enterprises 25 18-Sep-15 BRIGADE 505526 Dolat Investment 47 13-Sep-18 DOLAT 532296 Glenmark Pharma 72 22-Sep-18 GLENMARK
532475 Aptech Ltd. 24 21-Jul-19 APTECHT 500825 Britannia Ind. 41 03-Aug-19 BRITANNIA 541403 Dollar Industries 86 24-Aug-19 DOLLAR 542351 Gloster L 47 07-Aug-19 -
506074 Arshiya 57 14-Sep-18 ARSHIYA -- BSE 47 - BSE 539524 Dr. Lal Pathlabs Ltd 51 06-Aug-19 LALPATHLAB 505255 GMM Pfaudler Ltd 39 08-Aug-19 GMMPFAUDLR
542484 Arvind Fashions 86 03-Aug-19 ARVINDFASN 532321 Cadila Healthcar 72 29-Jul-19 CADILAHC 500124 Dr. Reddy's Labs 72 17-Jul-19 DRREDDY 532754 GMR Infrastructure L 53 14-Sep-18 GMRINFRA
500101 Arvind Ltd. 86 31-Jul-19 ARVIND 532834 Camlin Fine Sciences 20 27-Jul-19 CAMLINFINE 523618 Dredging Corpora 64 02-Aug-19 DREDGECORP 540124 GNA Axles 7 - GNA
539301 Arvind SmartSpaces 53 30-Jul-19 ARVSMART 511196 Can Fin Homes 46 11-Jul-19 CANFINHOME 532610 Dwarikesh Sugar 84 30-Aug-19 DWARKESH 506480 GOCL Corporation 59 21-Sep-18 GOCLCORP
515030 Asahi India Glass 48 31-Jul-19 ASAHIINDIA 532483 Canara Bank 45 19-Jul-19 CANBK 505242 Dynamatic Techno 38 03-Aug-19 DYNAMATECH 532734 Godawari Power & Isp 54 03-Aug-19 GPIL
523716 Ashiana Housing Ltd. 25 26-Aug-19 ASHIANA 533267 Cantabil Retail Indi 86 19-Sep-19 CANTABIL 532927 eClerx Services 24 23-Aug-19 ECLERX 500163 Godfrey Philips 41 17-Sep-19 GODFRYPHLP
500477 Ashok Leyland 9 25-Jul-19 ASHOKLEY 540710 Capacit'e Infraproje 25 22-Aug-19 CAPACITE 532922 Edelweiss Fin. Ser 47 19-Jul-19 EDELWEISS 540743 Godrej Agrovet L 41 27-Jul-19 GODREJAGRO
533271 Ashoka Buildcon Ltd. 25 15-Sep-18 ASHOKA 530879 Capital India Fin 47 17-May-18 - 505200 Eicher Motors 9 26-Jul-19 EICHERMOT 532424 Godrej Consumer Prod 41 08-Aug-16 GODREJCP
532888 Asian Granito India 19 24-Sep-19 ASIANTILES 524742 Caplin Point Lab 72 20-Sep-18 CAPLIPOINT 500125 EID Parry 84 15-Jul-19 EIDPARRY 500164 Godrej Industries Lt 41 06-Aug-19 GODREJIND
533221 Asian Hotels (West) 52 10-Aug-19 AHLWEST 531595 Capri Global Capital 47 27-Jul-19 CGCL 500840 EIH Ltd. 52 07-Aug-19 EIHOTEL 533150 Godrej Properties Lt 25 29-Jul-15 GODREJPROP
500820 Asian Paints Ltd. 68 15-Jun-19 ASIANPAINT 513375 Carborundum Uni. 38 24-Jul-19 CARBORUNIV 500123 Elantas Beck India L 20 01-May-19 - 532630 Gokaldas Exports 86 13-Sep-18 GOKEX
533138 Astec Lifesciences L 70 22-Jul-19 ASTEC 534804 CARE Ratings 81 20-Sep-18 CARERATING 523329 Eldeco Housing & 25 22-Sep-18 - 500166 Goodricke Group 73 21-Jul-18 -
540975 Aster DM Healthcare 51 - ASTERDM 500870 Castrol India 59 11-May-19 CASTROLIND 505700 Elecon Engg. 39 20-Sep-18 ELECON 500168 Goodyear India 89 06-Aug-19 -
532493 Astra Microwave 38 08-Aug-19 ASTRAMICRO 519600 CCL Products India 73 03-Aug-19 CCL 500128 Electrosteel Cas 16 08-Sep-18 ELECTCAST 539235 Grandeur Products 87 22-Sep-18 -
532830 Astral Poly Technik 74 27-Jul-19 ASTRAL 500878 Ceat Ltd. 89 20-Jul-19 CEATLTD 522074 Elgi Equipments 22 27-Jul-19 ELGIEQUIP 532482 Granules India L 72 23-Aug-19 GRANULES
506820 AstraZeneca Pharma I 72 03-Sep-18 ASTRAZEN 532885 Central Bank 45 25-Jun-19 CENTRALBK 504000 Elpro Internl. 34 21-Sep-18 - 509488 Graphite India Ltd. 37 22-Jun-19 GRAPHITE
540824 Astron Paper & Board 69 19-Sep-19 ASTRON -- Central Depository 81 13-Aug-18 CDSL 531162 Emami Ltd. 41 02-Aug-19 EMAMILTD 500300 Grasim Inds. 31 13-Aug-19 GRASIM
531795 Atul Auto Ltd 6 22-Sep-18 ATULAUTO 501150 Centrum Capital 47 06-Sep-19 CENTRUM 533208 Emami Paper Mill 69 05-Aug-19 EMAMIPAP 505710 Grauer & Weil 20 31-Aug-19 -
500027 Atul Ltd. 32 13-Jul-19 ATUL 517544 Centum Electronics L 34 08-Sep-18 CENTUM 542602 Embassy Office Parks 47 - EMBASSY 500620 Great Eastern 83 02-Aug-19 GESHIP
540611 Au Small Finance Ban 47 20-Jul-19 AUBANK 500280 Century Enka 86 03-Jul-19 CENTENKA 509525 Empire Inds. 48 19-Jul-19 - 501455 Greaves Cotton 38 02-Aug-19 GREAVESCOT
524804 Aurobindo Pharma 72 23-Aug-19 AUROPHARMA 532548 Century Plyboards 55 29-Aug-19 CENTURYPLY 540153 Endurance Technologi 7 01-Aug-19 ENDURANCE 526797 Greenply Industr 55 02-Sep-19 GREENPLY
505010 Automotive Axles 7 09-Aug-19 AUTOAXLES 500040 Century Textiles 17 23-Jul-19 CENTURYTEX 532178 Engineers India 77 20-Sep-19 ENGINERSIN 506076 Grindwell Norton 38 19-Jul-19 GRINDWELL
540649 Avadh Sugar & Energy 84 05-Jun-19 AVADHSUGAR 532443 Cera Sanitaryware L 19 16-Jul-19 CERA 533477 Enkei Wheels (India) 7 03-Jul-19 - 501314 Gromo Trade & Consul 47 10-Sep-19 -

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Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE
Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code
511288 GRUH Finance Li 46 11-Jul-19 GRUH 532832 Indiabulls Real Esta 25 24-Sep-18 IBREALEST 590066 KCP Ltd. 17 01-Aug-19 KCP 542650 Metropolis Healthcar 51 - METROPOLIS
500690 GSFC 43 12-Sep-19 GSFC 532960 Indiabulls Ventures 47 17-Sep-18 IBVENTURES 532054 KDDL Ltd. 26 04-Sep-19 KDDL 538962 Minda Corporation 7 23-Jul-18 MINDACORP
532775 GTL Infrastructure 85 23-Sep-15 GTLINFRA 542726 IndiaMART InterMESH 81 - INDIAMART 532714 KEC International Lt 76 17-Jul-19 KEC 532539 Minda Industries 7 31-Jul-19 MINDAIND
540602 GTPL Hathway 40 23-Aug-19 GTPL 532814 Indian Bank 45 22-Jun-19 INDIANB 517569 KEI Industries 13 11-Sep-19 KEI 532819 MindTree Ltd. 24 10-Jul-19 MINDTREE
509079 Gufic BioSciences Lt 72 22-Sep-18 GUFICBIO 540750 Indian Energy Exchan 47 12-Sep-18 IEX 505890 Kennametal India 38 01-Nov-18 KENNAMET 526642 Mirza International 56 19-Sep-18 MIRZAINT
530001 Guj. Alkalie & C 21 21-Sep-19 GUJALKALI 500850 Indian Hotels Co 52 14-Jun-19 INDHOTEL 502937 Kesoram Industri 31 20-Jul-19 KESORAMIND 541195 Mishra Dhatu Nig 54 22-Sep-18 MIDHANI
524226 Guj. Amb.Exports 33 27-Jul-19 GAEL 504741 Indian Hume Pipe 18 16-Jul-19 INDIANHUME 532732 Kewal Kiran Clothing 79 12-Sep-19 KKCL 539594 Mishtann Foods L 1 21-Sep-18 -
523768 Guj. Borosil Ltd 48 02-Aug-18 - 533047 Indian Metal & F 54 10-Jul-19 IMFA 540775 Khadim India 56 02-Aug-19 KHADIM 513377 MMTC Ltd. 87 15-Sep-18 MMTC
517300 Guj. Industries 75 30-Aug-19 GIPCL 530965 Indian Oil Corp 78 23-Aug-19 IOC 524019 Kingfa Science & Tec 74 21-Sep-18 KINGFA 533286 MOIL Ltd. 63 09-Sep-17 MOIL
532181 Guj. Mineral Dev 63 22-Sep-18 GMDCLTD 532388 Indian Overseas 45 04-Jul-19 IOB 540680 KIOCL 63 27-Aug-19 KIOCL 533080 Mold-Tek Packaging 74 23-Sep-18 MOLDTKPAC
539336 Gujarat Gas 58 21-Sep-18 GUJGASLTD 521016 Indo Count Inds. 86 09-Aug-17 ICIL 532967 Kiri Industries 32 20-Sep-19 KIRIINDUS 513446 Monnet Ispat & Energ 54 12-Jul-19 AIONJSW
500670 Gujarat Narmada Vall 43 24-Aug-19 GNFC 500207 Indo Rama Synth. 86 19-Jul-19 INDORAMA 500241 Kirloskar Bros. 38 20-Jul-15 KIRLOSBROS 524084 Monsanto India 70 12-Jun-19 MONSANTO
533248 Gujarat Pipavav Port 82 01-Aug-19 GPPL 532612 Indoco Remedies 72 26-Aug-19 INDOCO 500245 Kirloskar Ferrou 54 15-Jul-19 - 538836 Monte Carlo Fashions 86 21-Sep-18 MONTECARLO
532702 GujaratStatePetronet 71 22-Sep-18 GSPL 541336 Indostar Capital Fin 47 24-Aug-19 INDOSTAR 500243 Kirloskar Industries 38 02-Aug-19 KIRLOSIND 500288 Morepen Labs.Lt 72 15-Sep-18 MOREPENLAB
538567 Gulf Oil Lubricants 59 12-Sep-19 GULFOILLUB 532514 Indraprastha Gas Ltd 64 18-Sep-18 IGL 533293 Kirloskar Oil Engine 38 03-Aug-19 KIRLOSENG 523160 Morganite Crucible ( 64 01-Aug-19 -
532708 GVK Power & Infrastr 75 10-Nov-18 GVKPIL 532150 Indraprastha Med 51 14-Sep-19 INDRAMEDCO 505283 Kirloskar Pneumatic 22 13-Jul-19 - 517334 MothersonSumiSystems 7 11-Aug-19 MOTHERSUMI
590043 Harita Seating Syst. 7 05-Aug-15 HARITASEAT 532187 IndusInd Bank 44 10-Aug-19 INDUSINDBK 521248 Kitex Garments 86 21-Aug-19 KITEX 532892 Motilal Oswal Financ 47 03-Aug-15 MOTILALOFS
533162 Hathway Cable & Data 40 13-Aug-16 HATHWAY 506222 INEOS Styrolution 71 02-Aug-19 INEOSSTYRO 532942 KNR Constructions 25 26-Sep-18 KNRCON 526299 MphasiS Ltd. 24 13-Jul-19 MPHASIS
531531 Hatsun Agro Prod 41 29-Aug-19 HATSUN 539807 Infibeam Avenues 24 23-Jul-19 INFIBEAM 523207 Kokuyo Camlin 60 05-Aug-19 KOKUYOCMLN 532440 MPS Ltd. 60 18-Jul-19 MPSLTD
517354 Havells India 34 20-Jul-19 HAVELLS 532777 Info Edge (India) 64 07-Aug-19 NAUKRI 532924 Kolte-Patil Develope 25 22-Sep-18 KOLTEPATIL 500290 MRF Ltd 89 03-Aug-19 MRF
508486 Hawkins Cookers 26 31-Jul-19 - 500209 Infosys 24 15-Jun-19 INFY 500247 Kotak Mahindra Bank 44 16-Jul-19 KOTAKBANK 542597 MSTC Ltd. 87 18-Sep-19 MSTCLTD
517271 HBL Power Systems Lt 7 20-Sep-19 HBLPOWER 500210 Ingersoll Rand 22 14-Aug-19 INGERRAND 523323 Kovai Medical 51 08-Aug-19 - 500108 MTNL 65 22-Sep-18 MTNL
532281 HCL Technologies 24 31-Jul-19 HCLTECH 532706 Inox Leisure 40 25-Aug-18 INOXLEISUR 542651 KPIT Technologies 24 - KPITTECH 500460 Mukand Ltd. 54 27-Jul-19 MUKANDLTD
500010 HDFC 46 23-Jul-19 HDFC 539083 Inox Wind Ltd. 39 06-Jul-18 INOXWIND 532889 KPR Mill Ltd. 86 22-Aug-19 KPRMILL 520059 Munjal Auto Industr. 7 26-Aug-19 MUNJALAU
541729 HDFC AMC 47 06-Jul-19 HDFCAMC 532851 Insecticides (India) 70 27-Jul-19 INSECTICID 530813 KRBL Ltd. 87 30-Aug-19 KRBL 520043 Munjal Showa Ltd 7 17-Aug-19 MUNJALSHOW
500180 HDFC Bank 44 04-Jul-15 HDFCBANK 538835 Intellect Design 24 09-Aug-19 INTELLECT 500249 KSB Ltd 38 28-Apr-19 KSB 540366 Music Broadcast 40 07-Sep-18 RADIOCITY
540777 HDFC Life Insurance 47 15-Jul-19 HDFCLIFE 539448 InterGlobe Aviation 2 21-Aug-19 INDIGO 519421 KSE 5 25-Aug-19 - 511766 Muthoot Capital 47 31-May-16 MUTHOOTCAP
539787 Healthcare Global En 51 23-Sep-18 HCG 502330 International Paper 69 21-Aug-15 IPAPPM 532937 Kuantum Papers 69 07-Aug-19 - 533398 Muthoot Finance 47 23-Sep-18 MUTHOOTFIN
509631 HEG Ltd. 37 14-Aug-19 HEG 524164 IOL Chemicals and Ph 72 23-Aug-19 IOLCP 536170 Kushal L 69 04-Dec-18 - 524709 NACL Industries L 70 03-Aug-19 NACLIND
500292 Heidelberg Cement In 17 15-Sep-18 HEIDELBERG 500214 Ion Exchange (India) 38 22-Aug-19 - 500510 L&T 25 26-Jul-19 LT 532256 Nalwa Sons Investmen 47 17-Sep-18 NSIL
519552 Heritage Foods 41 23-Aug-19 HERITGFOOD 524494 Ipca Laboratorie 72 08-Aug-19 IPCALAB 533519 L&T Finance Holdings 47 23-Jul-19 L&TFH 539551 Narayana Hrudayalaya 51 - NH
500182 Hero MotoCorp 6 18-Jul-19 HEROMOTOCO 532947 IRB Infrastructure 25 24-Sep-19 IRB 540005 L&T Infotech 24 15-Jul-19 LTI 524816 Natco Pharma 72 03-Sep-19 NATCOPHARM
524669 Hester Biosciences L 72 20-Jul-19 HESTERBIO 541956 Ircon Internatio 38 28-Aug-19 IRCON 540115 L&T Technology Serv 38 13-Jul-19 LTTS 537291 Nath Bio-Genes 50 05-Aug-19 NATHBIOGEN
532129 Hexaware Technologie 24 05-Apr-19 HEXAWARE 533033 ISGEC Heavy Eng 39 02-Aug-19 - 526947 La Opala RG Ltd. 48 01-Aug-19 LAOPALA 532234 National Alumini 3 13-Sep-19 NATIONALUM
541019 HG Infra Engineering 25 03-Aug-19 HGINFRA 500875 ITC Ltd. 41 24-May-19 ITC 500252 Lakshmi Machines 39 16-Jul-19 LAXMIMACH 523630 National Fertilizers 43 12-Sep-19 NFL
524735 Hikal Ltd. 72 25-Jul-19 HIKAL 509496 ITD Cementation Indi 25 02-Aug-19 ITDCEM 534690 Lakshmi Vilas Ba 44 11-Jul-17 LAKSHVILAS 500298 National Peroxid 20 24-Jul-19 -
509675 HIL 18 18-Jul-19 HIL 523610 ITI 85 20-Sep-18 ITI 540222 Laurus Labs 72 05-Jul-19 LAURUSLABS 513023 Nava Bharat Ventures 75 03-Aug-19 NBVENTURES
500183 Himachal F. Comm 85 24-Sep-18 HFCL 506943 J B Chemicals & Phar 72 17-Aug-19 JBCHEPHARM 541233 Lemon Tree Hotels 52 - LEMONTREE 532504 Navin Fluorine Inter 20 11-Jun-19 NAVINFLUOR
500184 Himadri Speciality 20 27-Aug-18 HSCL 532940 J Kumar Infraproject 25 20-Sep-18 JKIL 500250 LG Balakrishnan&Bros 7 12-Jul-19 LGBBROSLTD 539332 Navkar Corporation L 57 20-Sep-18 NAVKARCORP
514043 Himatsingka Seid 86 15-Sep-18 HIMATSEIDE 532705 Jagran Prakashan 60 14-Sep-18 JAGRAN 500253 LIC Housing Fi 46 20-Aug-19 LICHSGFIN 508989 Navneet Education 60 17-Jul-19 NAVNETEDUL
513599 Hind. Copper 62 25-Jul-19 HINDCOPPER 512237 Jai Corp Ltd. 54 19-Sep-18 JAICORPLTD 523457 Linde India 64 10-May-19 LINDEINDIA 534309 NBCC (India) 25 16-Sep-19 NBCC
519126 Hind. Food 41 15-Sep-18 HNDFDS 500219 Jain Irrigation 64 17-Sep-18 JISLJALEQS 532783 LT Foods Ltd. 87 24-Sep-19 DAAWAT -- NBI Industrial Fin 47 07-Sep-19 NBIFIN
500186 Hind. Oil Explor 66 20-Aug-19 HINDOILEXP 532627 Jaiprakash Power Ven 75 21-Sep-18 JPPOWER 532796 Lumax Auto Technolog 7 17-Aug-19 LUMAXTECH 500294 NCC 25 13-Aug-19 NCC
500104 Hind. Petrol 78 10-Jun-19 HINDPETRO 532532 JaiprakashAssociates 25 15-Dec-18 JPASSOCIAT 517206 Lumax Inds. 7 17-Aug-19 LUMAXIND 502168 NCL Industries 17 21-Sep-19 NCLIND
500188 Hind. Zinc 62 26-Jul-19 HINDZINC 532209 Jammu & Kashmir Bank 44 13-Jul-16 J&KBANK 500257 Lupin Ltd. 72 31-Jul-19 LUPIN 532864 Nelcast Ltd. 16 27-Jul-19 NELCAST
500185 Hind.ConstructionCo. 25 06-Jul-18 HCC 520051 Jamna Auto Inds. 7 22-Jul-19 JAMNAAUTO 539542 Lux Industries 86 30-Aug-19 LUXIND 504112 Nelco Ltd 85 17-Jul-19 NELCO
500440 Hindalco Indus. 3 17-Aug-19 HINDALCO 520066 Jay Bharat Marut 7 07-Sep-19 JAYBARMARU 522241 M M Forgings Ltd. 16 23-Aug-19 MMFL 542665 Neogen Chemicals 20 13-Sep-19 NEOGEN
532859 Hinduja Global Solut 24 28-Sep-18 HGS 524330 Jayant Agro Org 20 22-Jun-19 JAYAGROGN 532720 M&M Fin.Services 47 17-Jul-19 M&MFIN 505355 Nesco Ltd. 81 30-Jul-19 NESCO
500189 Hinduja Ventures 81 12-Sep-19 HINDUJAVEN 532605 JBM Auto 7 07-Sep-19 JBMA 507836 Mac Charles 52 17-Aug-19 - 500790 Nestle India 41 03-May-19 NESTLEIND
541154 Hindustan Aeronautic 39 26-Sep-18 HAL 532617 Jet Airways 2 03-Aug-18 JETAIRWAYS 590134 Madras Fertilize 43 20-Sep-18 MADRASFERT 532798 Network 18 Media & I 47 14-Aug-18 NETWORK18
533217 Hindustan Media Vent 60 12-Sep-19 HMVL 500227 Jindal Poly Films 67 22-Sep-18 JINDALPOLY 524000 Magma Fincorp Ltd. 47 26-Jul-19 MAGMA 524558 Neuland Laborat 72 29-Jun-19 NEULANDLAB
500696 Hindustan Unilever L 41 22-Jun-19 HINDUNILVR 500378 Jindal Saw 54 03-Sep-19 JINDALSAW 500266 Maha. Scooters 6 13-Jul-19 MAHSCOOTER 540900 Newgen Software Tech 24 03-Aug-19 NEWGEN
500191 HMT Ltd. 10 21-Sep-18 HMT 532286 Jindal St & Pwr 54 23-Sep-19 JINDALSTEL 500265 Maha. Seamless 54 19-Sep-18 MAHSEAMLES 533098 NHPC 75 14-Sep-19 NHPC
522064 Honda Siel Power 35 01-Aug-19 HONDAPOWER 532508 Jindal Stainless 54 23-Aug-19 JSL 539957 Mahanagar Gas 58 03-Sep-19 MGL 500304 NIIT Ltd. 24 01-Aug-19 NIITLTD
517174 Honeywell Automation 38 09-Jul-15 HONAUT 539597 Jindal Stainless (Hi 54 28-Aug-19 JSLHISAR -- Maheshwari Logist 88 19-Sep-18 MAHESHWARI 532541 NIIT Technologies 24 15-Sep-18 NIITTECH
500193 Hotel Leela Ven. 52 16-Sep-19 HOTELEELA 531543 Jindal Worldwide 86 22-Sep-18 JINDWORLD 500520 Mahi. & Mahi 8 20-Jul-19 M&M 523385 Nilkamal Ltd. 74 22-Jun-19 NILKAMAL
500187 HSIL Ltd. 19 21-Aug-19 HSIL 532644 JK Cement 17 25-Jul-19 JKCEMENT 532756 Mahindra CIE Auto 16 30-Apr-19 MAHINDCIE 500307 Nirlon 64 23-Aug-19 -
532662 HT Media 60 19-Sep-19 HTMEDIA 500380 JK Lakshmi Cement L 17 24-Aug-19 JKLAKSHMI 533088 Mahindra Holidays 52 25-Jul-19 MHRIL 538772 Niyogin Fintech 47 12-Sep-19 -
540530 HUDCO 46 15-Sep-19 HUDCO 532162 JK Paper Ltd. 69 16-Aug-19 JKPAPER 532313 Mahindra Lifespace D 25 20-Jul-19 MAHLIFE 513683 NLC India L 75 26-Jul-19 NLCINDIA
509820 Huhtamaki PPL 67 26-Apr-19 PAPERPROD 530007 JK Tyre & Industries 89 08-Aug-19 JKTYRE 540768 Mahindra Logistics L 57 25-Jul-19 MAHLOG 526371 NMDC Ltd. 63 24-Aug-19 NMDC
500199 I G Petrochemicals 20 30-Jul-19 IGPL 523405 JM Financial Ltd. 47 14-May-19 JMFINANCIL 590078 Maithan Alloys Ltd. 42 14-Aug-19 MAITHANALL 500730 NOCIL Ltd. 71 24-Jul-19 NOCIL
532174 ICICI Bank 44 24-Jul-19 ICICIBANK 522263 JMC Projects 25 24-Jul-19 JMCPROJECT 539289 Majesco L 24 01-Aug-19 MAJESCO 500672 Novartis 72 02-Aug-19 -
540716 ICICI Lombard Gen. 47 21-Jun-19 ICICIGI 523398 Johnson Controls-Hit 26 10-Aug-19 JCHAC 533169 Man Infraconstructio 25 05-Sep-19 MANINFRA 530367 NRB Bearings Lim 11 03-Aug-19 NRBBEARING
540133 ICICI Pru Life 47 11-Jul-19 ICICIPRULI 533148 JSW Energy Ltd. 75 06-Aug-19 JSWENERGY 531213 Manappuram Finance 47 31-Jul-15 MANAPPURAM 532555 NTPC 75 15-Aug-19 NTPC
541179 ICICI Securities 47 27-Jul-19 ISEC 532642 JSW Holdings 47 11-Jun-19 JSWHL 502157 Mangalam Cement 17 02-Sep-18 MANGLMCEM 531209 Nucleus Software 24 02-Jul-19 NUCLEUS
532835 ICRA Ltd. 81 07-Aug-18 ICRA 500228 JSW Steel 54 10-Jul-19 JSWSTEEL 530011 Mangalore Chem. 43 21-Aug-19 MANGCHEFER 533273 Oberoi Realty 25 27-Jun-15 OBEROIRLTY
500116 IDBI Bank Ltd. 45 14-Aug-19 IDBI 520057 JTEKT India 7 03-Aug-19 JTEKTINDIA 500109 Mangalore Refine 78 03-Jun-19 MRPL 533106 Oil India Ltd. 66 11-Aug-19 OIL
539437 IDFC First Bank 44 25-Jul-18 IDFCFIRSTB 533155 Jubilant Foodworks L 41 21-Sep-18 JUBLFOOD 531642 Marico Ltd. 41 28-Jul-17 MARICO 532439 Olectra Greentech 34 03-Sep-19 OLECTRA
532659 IDFC L 47 25-Jul-18 IDFC 530019 Jubilant Life Scienc 72 15-Sep-18 JUBILANT 524404 Marksans Pharma 72 22-Sep-18 MARKSANS 532880 Omaxe Ltd. 25 18-Aug-18 OMAXE
505726 IFB Industries 26 20-Jul-19 IFBIND 531337 Jump Networks 24 22-Sep-18 JUMPNET 532500 Maruti Suzuki India 8 17-Aug-19 MARUTI 500312 ONGC 66 23-Sep-17 ONGC
500106 IFCI Ltd. 47 22-Sep-18 IFCI 535648 Just Dial 81 14-Sep-15 JUSTDIAL 540749 Mas Financial Servic 47 20-Jun-19 MASFIN 530135 Optiemus Infracom 85 22-Sep-18 OPTIEMUS
540774 IFGL Refractories 64 22-Jul-19 IFGLEXPOR 532926 Jyothy Labs 41 16-Jul-19 JYOTHYLAB 523704 Mastek Li 24 15-Jul-19 MASTEK 532466 Oracle Financial Ser 24 02-Aug-19 OFSS
517380 Igarashi Motors Indi 34 21-Sep-19 IGARASHI 500233 Kajaria Ceramics 19 20-Aug-19 KAJARIACER 540704 Matrimony.com 81 - MATRIMONY 535754 Orient Cement Ltd. 17 26-Jul-19 ORIENTCEM
532636 IIFL Holdings 47 25-Jul-18 IIFL 522287 Kalpataru Power 76 24-Jul-19 KALPATPOWR 500271 Max Financial Servic 47 19-Sep-18 MFSL 541301 Orient Electric 34 13-Jul-19 ORIENTELEC
530005 India Cements Lt 17 06-Sep-19 INDIACEM 533302 Kalyani Investment 47 27-Aug-19 KICL 539981 Max India 47 27-Jul-19 MAXINDIA 502420 Orient Paper 69 12-Jul-19 ORIENTPPR
500201 India Glycols 20 16-Aug-19 INDIAGLYCO 500235 Kalyani Steel 54 20-Aug-19 KSL 539940 Max Ventures and Ind 47 19-Sep-18 MAXVIL 534076 Orient Refractories 64 02-Jul-19 ORIENTREF
540565 India Grid Trust 47 - INDIGRID 532468 Kama Holdings Ltd. 47 21-Sep-18 - 522249 Mayur Uniquoters 74 05-Jul-19 MAYURUNIQ 500078 Oriental Aromatics 20 15-Sep-18 OAL
590065 India Motor Part 87 12-Sep-19 IMPAL 500165 Kansai Nerolac Paint 68 15-Jun-19 KANSAINER 534091 MCX 47 14-Sep-19 MCX 500315 Oriental Bank of 45 23-Jun-19 ORIENTBANK
532240 India Nippon Ele 7 10-Aug-19 INDNIPPON 532652 Karnataka Bank 44 31-Jul-19 KTKBANK 512267 Media Matrix Worldwi 40 24-Sep-18 - 506579 Oriental Carbon 15 20-Jul-19 OCCL
-- India Power Corp 75 05-Aug-19 DPSCLTD 590003 Karur Vysya Bank 44 12-Jul-19 KARURVYSYA 531146 Medicamen Biotec 72 20-Sep-18 - 500314 Oriental Hotels 52 17-Jul-19 ORIENTHOT
532189 India Tourism De 52 24-Sep-18 ITDC 532899 Kaveri Seed Company 50 16-Sep-19 KSCL 532865 Meghmani Organics 70 19-Jul-19 MEGH 531859 Oriental Veneer 55 12-Sep-19 -
535789 Indiabulls Housing F 46 26-Aug-19 IBULHSGFIN 524444 Kavit Industries 33 23-Sep-17 - 523828 Menon Bearings L 11 12-Jul-19 MENONBE 590086 Orissa Minerals Deve 63 05-Jul-19 ORISSAMINE
533520 Indiabulls Integrate 25 24-Sep-18 IBULISL 539276 Kaya L 41 27-Jul-18 KAYA 539126 MEP Infrastructure 53 31-Aug-19 MEP 500126 P&G Health 72 25-May-19 PGHL

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Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code
500459 P&G Hygiene&Health 41 23-Nov-18 PGHH 500365 RMG Alloy Steel 54 19-Sep-18 - 504959 Stovec Indus. 39 02-May-19 - 533655 Triveni Turbine 35 07-Sep-18 TRITURBINE
532827 Page Industries Ltd. 86 12-Jul-19 PAGEIND 533552 Rupa & Company L 86 31-Aug-19 RUPA 532531 Strides Pharma Scien 72 23-Jul-19 STAR 507747 TTK Healthcare Ltd. 72 05-Aug-19 TTKHLTCARE
532900 Paisalo Digital L 47 04-Aug-19 PAISALO 539450 S H Kelkar & Company 20 03-Aug-19 SHK 526951 Stylam Industries 55 21-Sep-18 - 517506 TTK Prestige L 26 09-Aug-19 TTKPRESTIG
531349 Panacea Biotec L 72 23-Sep-19 PANACEABIO 540048 S P Apparels Ltd. 86 11-Sep-18 SPAL 517168 Subros Ltd. 7 02-Aug-19 SUBROS 540762 Tube Investments 29 10-Jul-19 TIINDIA
524820 Panama Petrochem 20 11-Sep-19 PANAMAPET 532710 Sadbhav Engineering 25 15-Sep-18 SADBHAV 506655 Sudarshan Chem. 32 31-Jul-19 SUDARSCHEM 532515 TV Today Network Ltd 40 06-Sep-19 TVTODAY
539889 Parag Milk Foods 41 13-Sep-18 PARAGMILK 539346 Sadbhav Infrastructu 53 19-Sep-19 SADBHIN 532872 Sun Pharma Advanced 64 20-Jul-19 SPARC 532800 TV18 Broadcast 40 14-Aug-18 TV18BRDCST
532742 Paushak Ltd. 20 01-Aug-19 - 523025 Safari Indus. 67 03-Aug-19 - 524715 Sun Pharma. 72 22-Aug-19 SUNPHARMA 532343 TVS Motor Co. Ltd. 6 28-Jul-15 TVSMOTOR
534809 PC Jeweller L 30 22-Sep-18 PCJEWELLER 502090 Sagar Cements 17 18-Jul-19 SAGCEM 532733 Sun TV Network Ltd. 40 15-Sep-17 SUNTV 509243 TVS Srichakra Lt 89 05-Sep-19 TVSSRICHAK
538730 PDS Multi. Fashions 86 15-Sep-18 PDSMFL 515043 Saint-Gobain Sekurit 48 27-Jul-19 - 520056 Sundaram Clayton 7 19-Aug-15 SUNCLAYLTD 532505 UCO Bank 45 21-Jun-19 UCOBANK
513228 Pennar Industrie 54 20-Sep-18 PENIND 526725 Sandesh 60 21-Sep-18 SANDESH 500403 Sundaram Fasten. 7 12-Aug-17 SUNDRMFAST 530131 Udaipur Cement Works 17 11-Aug-19 -
533179 Persistent Systems 24 15-Jul-19 PERSISTENT 541163 Sandhar Technologies 7 03-Sep-19 SANDHAR 590071 Sundaram Finance 47 05-Jul-19 SUNDARMFIN 500148 Uflex Ltd. 67 26-Jul-19 UFLEX
532522 PetronetLNG 78 21-Aug-19 PETRONET 504918 Sandur M & I Ore 63 27-Aug-18 - -- Sundaram Finance Hol 47 02-Jul-19 SUNDARMHLD 539141 UFO Moviez India Ltd 40 19-Jul-19 UFO
500680 Pfizer Ltd. 72 03-Aug-19 PFIZER 526521 Sanghi Industrie 18 29-Sep-15 SANGHIIND 500404 Sunflag Iron 54 07-Sep-19 SUNFLAG 511742 Ugro Capital 47 12-Sep-19 -
506590 Phillips Carbon 15 13-Jul-19 PHILIPCARB 530073 Sanghvi Movers L 39 25-Jul-19 SANGHVIMOV 512179 Sunteck Realty Ltd. 25 24-Sep-19 SUNTECK 539874 Ujjivan Financial 47 27-Jul-19 UJJIVAN
503100 Phoenix Mills 25 13-Sep-18 PHOENIXLTD 500674 Sanofi India 72 30-Apr-19 SANOFI 532509 Suprajit Enginee 7 03-Aug-19 SUPRAJIT 506685 Ultramarine Pig. 32 23-Jul-19 -
523642 PI Industries 70 03-Sep-19 PIIND 504614 Sarda Energy & Miner 54 19-Aug-19 SARDAEN 509930 Supreme Inds. 74 04-Jul-19 SUPREMEIND 532538 UltraTech Cement 17 12-Jul-19 ULTRACEMCO
500331 Pidilite Inds. 20 31-Jul-19 PIDILITIND 532163 Saregama India Ltd. 40 13-Jul-19 SAREGAMA 500405 Supreme Petroche 71 10-Jul-19 SUPPETRO 506690 Unichem Labs 72 22-Jul-19 UNICHEMLAB
539883 Pilani Investmen 47 08-Sep-18 PILANIINVS 532663 Sasken Technologies 24 13-Jul-19 SASKEN 500336 Surya Roshni Ltd 54 11-Sep-18 SURYAROSNI 532477 Union Bank of In 45 22-Jun-19 UNIONBANK
500302 Piramal Enterprises 72 20-Jul-19 PEL 539201 Satia Industries 69 24-Sep-19 SATIA 532782 Sutlej Textiles & In 86 25-Aug-18 SUTLEJTEX 500429 Uniphos Enterprises 87 11-Aug-18 UNIENTER
523648 Plastiblends Ind 74 20-Jul-19 PLASTIBLEN 539404 Satin Creditcare 47 30-Jun-19 SATIN 530239 Suven Life Sciences 72 12-Aug-19 SUVEN 532646 Uniply Industries 55 24-Sep-19 UNIPLY
532366 PNB Gilts Ltd. 47 17-Aug-19 PNBGILTS 524667 Savita Oil Tech 71 10-Sep-19 SOTL 537259 Suyog Telematics 85 16-Sep-16 - 533171 United Bank of I 45 21-Jun-19 UNITEDBNK
540173 PNB Housing Finance 46 23-Jul-19 PNBHOUSING 523710 Sayaji Hotels Lt 52 11-Sep-18 - 532667 Suzlon Energy Ltd. 39 14-Sep-19 SUZLON 532478 United Breweries Ltd 12 16-Aug-19 UBL
539150 PNC Infratech 25 23-Sep-18 PNCINFRA 500112 SBI 45 19-Jun-18 SBIN 505590 SVP Global Ventures 86 22-Sep-18 - 532432 United Spirits 12 15-Aug-19 MCDOWELL-N
532486 Pokarna Ltd. 49 10-Sep-19 POKARNA 540719 SBI Life Insurance 47 - SBILIFE 503310 Swan Energy Ltd. 86 05-Sep-19 SWANENERGY 504212 Universal Cables 13 30-Jul-19 UNIVCABLES
531768 Poly Medicure Lt 61 20-Sep-18 POLYMED 505790 Schaeffler India 11 24-Apr-19 SCHAEFFLER 500407 Swaraj Engines 38 13-Jul-19 SWARAJENG 512070 UPL 70 11-Aug-18 UPL
542652 Polycab India 13 20-Jun-19 POLYCAB 534139 Schneider Electric 34 08-Sep-18 SCHNEIDER 517385 Symphony 26 06-Jul-19 SYMPHONY 517146 Usha Martin Ltd. 54 11-Sep-18 USHAMART
524051 Polyplex Corpn. 67 29-Aug-19 POLYPLEX 526807 Seamec Ltd. 83 20-Sep-18 SEAMECLTD 532276 Syndicate Bank 45 22-Jun-19 SYNDIBANK 532729 Uttam Sugar Mills 84 14-Sep-19 UTTAMSUGAR
532810 Power Finance Co 47 22-Aug-19 PFC 540673 Security and Intelli 81 21-Jun-19 SIS 539268 Syngene Internationa 64 - SYNGENE 534976 V Mart Retail 79 26-Jul-19 VMART
532898 Power Grid Corpo 76 21-Aug-19 POWERGRID 512529 Sequent Scientific 72 23-Aug-19 SEQUENT 531426 T Nadu Newsprint 69 13-Sep-19 TNPL 532953 V-Guard Ind.Ltd. 34 18-Jul-19 VGUARD
539302 Power Mech Projects 77 23-Sep-19 POWERMECH 502450 Seshasayee Paper 69 18-Jul-19 SESHAPAPER 532390 Taj GVK Hotels & Res 52 18-Jul-19 TAJGVK 532867 V2 Retail 79 01-Sep-19 V2RETAIL
539351 Prabhat Dairy 41 15-Sep-18 PRABHAT 524324 Seya Industries 20 22-Sep-18 SEYAIND 532890 Take Solutions Ltd. 24 03-Aug-19 TAKE 533269 Va Tech Wabag Ltd. 38 05-Aug-19 WABAG
540027 Prabhat Telecoms (In 85 13-Sep-18 - 501423 Shaily Engineering P 74 05-Aug-19 - 532790 Tanla Solutions 24 28-Sep-18 TANLA 519156 Vadilal Indus. 41 15-Sep-18 VADILALIND
522205 Praj Industries 39 17-Jul-19 PRAJIND 531431 Shakti Pumps (In 38 20-Sep-19 SHAKTIPUMP 519091 Tasty Bite 41 20-Jul-19 TASTYBITE 532156 Vaibhav Global 79 13-Jul-19 VAIBHAVGBL
506022 Prakash Indus. 54 24-Jul-18 PRAKASH 540797 Shalby 51 20-Aug-19 SHALBY 500770 Tata Chemicals 21 02-Jul-19 TATACHEM 511431 Vakrangee 24 21-Sep-19 VAKRANGEE
539636 Precision Camshafts 7 19-Sep-19 PRECAM 509874 Shalimar Paints 68 20-Sep-18 SHALPAINTS 532301 Tata Coffee Ltd. 73 22-May-19 TATACOFFEE 540145 Valiant Organics 20 22-Sep-18 -
523539 Precision Wires 62 12-Sep-19 PRECWIRE 540425 Shankara Building Pr 87 22-Jun-19 SHANKARA 500483 Tata Communications 65 27-Jul-19 TATACOMM 500439 Vardhman Holdings 47 17-Sep-18 VHL
533274 Prestige Estates Pro 25 12-Sep-18 PRESTIGE 522034 Shanthi Gears 7 13-Jul-19 SHANTIGEAR 532540 Tata Consultancy 24 15-Jun-17 TCS 502986 Vardhman Textiles Lt 86 17-Sep-18 VTL
532748 Prime Focus 40 22-Sep-18 PFOCUS 538666 Sharda Cropchem 70 23-Aug-18 SHARDACROP 500408 Tata Elxsi Ltd. 24 10-Jul-19 TATAELXSI 541578 Varroc Engineering 7 - VARROC
500338 Prism Johnson 17 25-Jul-19 PRSMJOHNSN 535602 Sharda Motor Ind 7 21-Sep-18 SHARDAMOTR 500800 Tata Global Beverage 73 28-May-19 TATAGLOBAL 540180 Varun Beverages Ltd. 12 10-Apr-19 VBL
540544 PSP Projects 25 11-Sep-19 PSPPROJECT 540203 Sheela Foam 71 09-Jul-19 SFL 501301 Tata Investment 47 17-Jul-19 TATAINVEST 500295 Vedanta 63 06-Jul-19 VEDL
532524 PTC India 75 31-Aug-18 PTC 538685 Shemaroo Entertainme 40 05-Sep-18 SHEMAROO 513434 Tata Metaliks 54 20-Aug-19 TATAMETALI 523261 Venky's (India) Ltd. 50 10-Sep-18 VENKEYS
533344 PTC India Financial 47 24-Sep-19 PFS 530549 Shilpa Medicare L 72 10-Sep-18 SHILPAMED 500570 Tata Motors Ltd. 9 20-Jul-16 TATAMOTORS 520113 Vesuvius India 64 29-Apr-15 VESUVIUS
533295 Punj. & Sind Ban 45 05-Jul-19 PSB 523598 Shipping Corpn. 83 18-Sep-19 SCI 500400 Tata Power Co. 75 07-Jun-19 TATAPOWER 524200 Vinati Organics 20 18-Jul-19 VINATIORGA
532461 Punj. NationlBak 45 08-Jul-19 PNB 532638 Shoppers Stop 79 24-Jul-19 SHOPERSTOP 500470 Tata Steel 54 06-Jul-19 TATASTEEL 517015 Vindhya Telelink 14 30-Jul-19 VINDHYATEL
506618 Punjab Chemicals and 70 05-Aug-19 PUNJABCHEM 500387 Shree Cement 17 02-Aug-19 SHREECEM 500055 Tata Steel BSL 54 31-Aug-19 TATASTLBSL 507880 VIP Indus. 74 23-Jul-19 VIPIND
532891 Puravankara 25 19-Sep-18 PURVA 532670 Shree Renuka Sugars 84 25-Sep-19 RENUKA 513010 Tata Steel Long Prod 54 06-Jul-19 TATASPONGE 511726 Vipul Ltd. 25 14-Sep-19 VIPULLTD
532689 PVR Ltd. 40 18-Jul-19 PVR -- Shrenik L 69 - SHRENIK 532371 Tata Teleservices (M 65 26-Sep-18 TTML 509055 Visaka Indus. 18 22-Jun-19 VISAKAIND
539978 Quess Corp 81 18-Jul-19 QUESS 532498 Shriram City Uni 47 23-Jul-19 SHRIRAMCIT 540212 TCI Express 57 25-Jul-19 TCIEXP 538598 Vishal Fabrics Ltd. 86 27-Sep-17 VISHAL
539678 Quick Heal Technolog 24 09-Jul-19 QUICKHEAL 532945 Shriram EPC Ltd. 77 09-Sep-19 SHRIRAMEPC 532349 TCI Ltd. 88 24-Jul-19 TCI 532822 Vodafone Idea L 65 20-Aug-19 IDEA
532735 R Systems Internat. 24 24-May-18 RSYSTEMS -- Shriram Pistons 7 03-Jul-19 SHRIPISTON 541700 TCNS Clothing 86 20-Aug-19 TCNSBRANDS 522122 Voith Paper Fabrics 86 17-Aug-19 -
532497 Radico Khaitan Ltd. 12 28-Aug-18 RADICO 511218 Shriram Trans.Fi 47 21-Jun-19 SRTRANSFIN 533553 TD Power Systems Ltd 35 21-Sep-18 TDPOWERSYS 532757 Voltamp Transformers 76 07-Aug-19 VOLTAMP
542649 Rail Vikas Nigam 25 - RVNL 511411 Shristi Infrastructu 25 21-Sep-19 - 539658 TeamLease Service 81 01-Jul-17 TEAMLEASE 500575 Voltas Ltd. 26 19-Jul-19 VOLTAS
500339 Rain Industries 17 02-May-19 RAIN 500550 Siemens Ltd. 38 30-Jan-19 SIEMENS 532755 Tech Mahindra Ltd. 24 27-Jul-19 TECHM 539118 VRL Logistics Ltd. 57 01-Aug-15 VRLLOG
532503 Rajapalayam Mill 86 07-Aug-15 - 523838 Simplex Infrastructu 25 19-Sep-18 SIMPLEXINF 542141 Techno Electric&Eng 39 - TECHNOE 509966 VST Industries 41 21-Aug-19 VSTIND
531500 Rajesh Exports L 30 22-Sep-18 RAJESHEXPO -- Sirca Paints India 68 21-Sep-18 SIRCA 532804 Technocraft Industri 54 26-Sep-18 TIIL 531266 VST Tillers Tr 10 03-Aug-19 VSTTILLERS
500355 Rallis India 70 21-Jun-19 RALLIS 503811 Siyaram Silk 86 09-Jul-19 SIYSIL 540595 Tejas Networks 65 19-Jul-19 TEJASNET 533023 WABCO India 7 16-Sep-17 WABCOINDIA
532369 Ramco Industries 18 17-Sep-15 RAMCOIND 533206 SJVN Ltd. 75 19-Sep-18 SJVN 505400 Texmaco Infrastructu 25 24-Aug-19 TEXINFRA 523660 Waterbase Ltd. 5 24-Sep-15 WATERBASE
532370 Ramco Systems Lt 24 06-Aug-15 RAMCOSYS 500472 SKF India 11 15-Jul-19 SKFINDIA 533326 Texmaco Rail & Engin 39 24-Aug-19 TEXRAIL 533452 Weizmann Forex 47 01-Aug-18 WEIZFOREX
532527 Ramkrishna Forgings 16 31-Aug-19 RKFORGE 538562 Skipper Ltd. 38 06-Aug-19 SKIPPER 533158 Thangamayil Jeweller 30 26-Jul-19 THANGAMAYL 532144 Welspun Corp 54 27-Jun-18 WELCORP
533262 Ramky Infrastructure 25 24-Sep-15 RAMKY 505192 SML Isuzu Ltd. 9 03-Aug-18 SMLISUZU 590062 The Andhra Sugars 21 17-Sep-18 ANDHRSUGAR 532553 Welspun Enterprises 25 27-Jul-19 WELENT
532987 Rane Brake Lining Lt 7 13-Jul-15 RBL 532815 SMS Pharmaceuticals 72 13-Sep-18 SMSPHARMA 542460 The Anup Engineering 39 01-Aug-19 ANUP 514162 Welspun India 86 15-Jul-19 WELSPUNIND
505800 Rane Holdings Ltd. 47 05-Aug-15 RANEHOLDIN 538635 Snowman Logistics Lt 57 05-Aug-19 SNOWMAN 540954 The Indian Wood Prod 55 11-Sep-19 - 505412 Wendt India 38 15-Jul-19 WENDT
524230 Rashtriya Chemicals 43 20-Sep-18 RCF 532784 Sobha 25 26-Jul-19 SOBHA 530023 The Investment Trust 47 18-Sep-19 THEINVEST 500444 West Coast Paper 69 24-Jul-19 WSTCSTPAPR
520111 Ratnamani Metals 54 03-Aug-19 RATNAMANI 532725 Solar Industries Ind 64 20-Jul-19 SOLARINDS 540769 The New India Assur 47 23-Jul-18 NIACL 505533 Westlife Development 52 24-Sep-16 WESTLIFE
533122 RattanIndia Power 75 24-Sep-18 RTNPOWER 541540 Solara Active Pharma 72 08-Aug-19 SOLARA 500260 The Ramco Cements 17 31-Jul-15 RAMCOCEM 590073 Wheels India Ltd. 7 07-Aug-19 WHEELS
504341 Ravindra Energy Ltd. 75 20-Sep-19 - 507514 Som Distilleries 12 18-Mar-19 SDBL 500411 Thermax 38 30-Jul-18 THERMAX 500238 Whirlpool of Ind 26 07-Aug-19 WHIRLPOOL
500330 Raymond Ltd 86 25-May-19 RAYMOND 531548 Somany Ceramics Ltd. 19 03-Aug-19 SOMANYCERA 500412 Thirumalai Chem. 20 19-Jul-19 TIRUMALCHM 526586 Wim Plast Ltd 74 03-Aug-19 -
540065 RBL Bank 44 03-Jul-19 RBLBANK 532221 Sonata Software 24 01-Aug-19 SONATSOFTW 500413 Thomas Cook (I) 64 02-Aug-19 THOMASCOOK 507685 Wipro Ltd 24 17-Jul-18 WIPRO
532955 REC 47 23-Aug-19 RECLTD 532218 South Indian Ban 44 11-Jul-19 SOUTHBANK 539871 Thyrocare Tech. 51 18-Aug-19 THYROCARE 532300 Wockhardt Ltd. 72 06-Aug-19 WOCKPHARMA
532805 Redington (India) Lt 23 24-Jul-19 REDINGTON 542759 Spandana Sphoorty Fi 47 - SPANDANA 590005 Tide Water Oil 59 24-Aug-19 TIDEWATER 538268 Wonderla Holidays Lt 64 03-Aug-19 WONDERLA
530517 Relaxo Footwears 56 20-Sep-19 RELAXO 542337 Spencer's Retail 79 12-Jul-19 SPENCERS 532856 Time Technoplast Ltd 67 21-Sep-19 TIMETECHNO 505872 WPIL Ltd. 38 03-Aug-19 -
500111 Reliance Capital 47 15-Sep-18 RELCAPITAL 590030 SPIC 43 02-Aug-19 SPIC 500414 Timex Group India 26 31-Jul-19 - 532616 Xchanging Solutions 24 07-Aug-19 XCHANGING
523445 Reliance Ind.Inf 77 24-May-16 RIIL 500285 Spicejet Ltd. 2 23-Nov-18 SPICEJET 522113 Timken India Ltd 11 06-Aug-19 TIMKEN 532648 YES Bank Ltd. 44 06-Jun-19 YESBANK
500325 Reliance Inds. 78 12-May-15 RELIANCE 535601 Sreeleathers Ltd. 56 18-Sep-19 SREEL 504966 Tin Plate Co. 62 14-Aug-19 TINPLATE 522108 Yuken India 38 29-Aug-19 -
500390 Reliance Infrastruct 75 15-Sep-18 RELINFRA 523756 SREI Infrastructure 47 13-Jul-18 SREINFRA 532966 Titagarh Wagons Ltd. 39 22-Sep-18 TWL 505537 Zee Entertainment En 40 11-Jul-15 ZEEL
540767 Reliance NipLifeAML 47 15-Sep-18 RNAM 503806 SRF Ltd. 86 30-Jul-19 SRF 500114 Titan Company 30 31-Jul-19 TITAN 533287 Zee Learn Ltd. 81 17-Sep-18 ZEELEARN
532939 Reliance Power L 75 15-Sep-18 RPOWER 513605 Srikalahasthi Pipes 54 31-Aug-19 SRIPIPES 500420 Torrent Pharmac 72 20-Jun-18 TORNTPHARM 532794 Zee Media Corp 40 01-Aug-15 ZEEMEDIA
532915 Religare Enterprises 47 13-Sep-18 RELIGARE 540575 Star Cement 17 19-Sep-19 STARCEMENT 532779 Torrent Power Ltd. 75 12-Jun-18 TORNTPOWER 533339 Zen Technologies Ltd 24 22-Sep-18 ZENTEC
532923 Renaissance Global 30 31-Jul-19 RGL 512531 State Trading 87 19-Sep-18 STCINDIA 526650 Tourism Finance 47 03-Aug-19 TFCILTD 504067 Zensar Technologies 24 29-Jul-19 ZENSARTECH
535322 Repco Home Finance L 46 21-Sep-19 REPCOHOME 500113 Steel Authority 54 24-Aug-19 SAIL 506687 Transpek Indus. 20 03-Aug-19 - 505163 ZF Steering Gear 7 21-Aug-18 -
532687 Repro India Ltd. 60 25-Aug-19 REPRO 513262 Steel Strips Wheels 7 22-Sep-18 SSWL 500251 Trent Ltd. 79 23-Jul-19 TRENT 521163 Zodiac Clothing 86 27-Jul-19 ZODIACLOTH
505509 Responsive Industrie 74 02-Jun-18 RESPONIND 542760 Sterling and Wilson 38 - SWSOLAR 532159 Trescon L 50 22-Sep-18 - -- Zota Healthcare 72 04-Aug-18 ZOTA
520008 Rico Auto Inds. 7 22-Sep-18 RICOAUTO 530759 Sterling Tools L 38 22-Sep-18 STERTOOLS 521064 Trident Ltd. 86 31-May-19 TRIDENT 534742 Zuari Agro Chemicals 43 21-Jul-18 ZUARI
541556 Rites Ltd. 77 24-Jul-19 RITES 532374 Sterlite Technologie 14 20-Jul-19 STRTECH 532356 Triveni Eng.&Ind.Ltd 84 21-Sep-15 TRIVENI 531335 Zydus Wellness Ltd. 41 19-Jul-19 ZYDUSWELL

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Buy Quality
Dividend
Stocks!
Focusing on quality dividend yield stocks right now could
prove to be most rewarding for investors going ahead.
Yogesh Supekar and Geyatee Deshpande highlight the
importance of having quality dividend stocks in the
portfolio and share a list of high dividend stocks for
investors' consideration.
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quity markets can be one of It is important to consider dividends while calculating returns.
the toughest markets to Says Ritesh Ashar – Chief Strategy Office (CSO), KIFS
survive when there is an TradeCapital Pvt. Ltd, "Investors must focus on total returns
economic slowdown. The and total returns = Dividends plus capital appreciation."
current slowdown has
pushed a majority of the
stocks southward anywhere Researcher Morningstar Inc. calculates that
between 15 per cent for dividends were responsible for 19% of the S&P 500
quality stocks to 70 per cent
or even more for some poor index’s return over the past five years.
quality companies. The
economic slowdown Owning a quality stock that distributes dividend regularly can
periods are known to test be a boon to the portfolio in the long term. Here, investors must
the best of investors' understand the yield, i.e dividend yield really gets exciting as
patience and all investors years pass by. Hence, the dividend game is for ultra long term
have got to do in such situations is to control their urges and investors and not for investors who are building portfolio with
focus on safety. an investment horizon of one year or even three years.

Just like in cricket, to win a test match on a difficult batting pitch, There is always an investment case where the share prices have
you need a batsman with an immaculate batting technique who fallen and the company is maintaining its dividend payout ratio.
is also solid in ‘defence’, during tough All investors have to do is to observe where the low hanging
market conditions marred by slowing economy, investors fruits are. Market correction is a huge opportunity for dividend
need to have a defensive stance in the market. One of the best investors.
ways to have a defensive stance is to buy defensive stocks and/or
buy stocks that pay dividends regularly. Even better for investors Dividend Yield (%) 1 Year
could be to identify quality dividend paying stocks in the Returns
Company Name March March
defensive sectors such as IT, pharma and FMCG. This strategy
As on Aug 19
2019 2018 (%)
may not only protect investors in the downturn, but it will also
support the portfolio returns when the market enthuses Graphite India 12.31 2.34 -73.34
investors with an upturn like it always does in the long run. UFO Moviez India 12.72 3.36 -59.48
National Aluminium Co. 8.54 3.68 -40.19
Says Amit Challani, a long term investor who prefers to Care Ratings 4.54 1.69 -53.04
accumulate dividend paying stocks, “In times of correction, the
MPS 5.22 2.42 -9.59
best thing that any investor can do is buy quality stocks with
higher dividend yield. During correction, what happens is that Vedanta 10.26 7.62 -32.88
the stock prices are cheaper by let’s say 20 to 30 per cent or GPT Infraprojects 3.75 1.12 -71.09
even 40 per cent at times. All I do is increase my holdings in Unichem Laboratories 4.11 1.75 -21.18
quality stocks that have a track record of healthy dividend Stanrose Mafatlal
distribution. We get stocks at 20 to 40 per cent cheaper cost 6.20 4.00 -39.96
Investments & Finance
and, over the years, the dividend yield becomes really attractive,
Thyrocare Technologies 3.77 1.66 -24.16
so much so that it beats fixed deposit returns easily. I am
holding on Ashok Leyland for the last 15 years. My purchase ASM Technologies 5.73 3.63 -18.7
cost was close to `7 per share. Today the dividend per share Man InfraConstruction 3.10 1.08 -49.88
that I receive is little higher than `3 per share. The dividend Mindtree 3.18 1.16 -31.79
yield I am enjoying is close to 40 per cent now. Of course, the Bajaj Consumer Care 4.51 2.54 -36.05
dividend yield is highest today at 40 per cent (after holding the
Ucal Fuel Systems 4.26 2.30 -41.49
stock for 15 years) and it increases as the dividend per share
grows along with the growth of the company. Another share Onmobile Global 3.46 1.66 -30.08
that I purchased for a little over `5 per share in June 2009 was R Solitaire Machine Tools 3.31 1.57 -37.4
Systems International Ltd. The company declared dividends to Tide Water Oil Co. (India) 4.58 2.86 -18.79
the tune of `5.85 per share in CY2014 alone and another `4.9 Ashok Leyland 3.40 1.67 -49.59
per share in CY2015. This company has not been consistent in
PTL Enterprises 6.00 4.30 -26.47
distributing dividends, but I am happy with the dividends I
have collected so far and the dividend yield is better than the Allcargo Logistics 3.06 1.35 -22.26
fixed deposit rates for me.” NMDC 5.30 3.62 -2.4

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If we consider the TOP 50 biggest wealth creators in the last 15 YEARS for the Indian markets,
we find that almost all of the stocks pay regular dividends. Also, it must be noted that, on an
average, these set of wealth creators have distributed dividends in 13 YEARS out of 15
YEARS. This reflects the consistency with which the multi-baggers have distributed dividends.
Not all dividend paying stocks are multi-baggers, but majority of the multi-baggers are
consistent dividend payers.

The table above showcase how the dividend yield has increased corporate world where we have seen corporates borrowing
for several companies post market correction. For some money just to maintain their higher dividend payouts. Clearly,
companies the dividend yield has jumped to 12 odd per cent such companies should not feature in long term investment
from 2.5 per cent. This increase in dividend yield is ofcourse portfolios.
due to heavy correction in stock prices. Some of the quality
names such as Vedanta and Care ratings also feature in the list How to go about pursuing quality
of stocks where the dividend yield has increased owing to stock
price correction. In some cases the divided yield has also dividend yield stocks?
increased due to increase in dividend payout. Ashok Leyland is While dividends are good and stocks with higher dividend
one stock where there is increase in dividend payout even as the yields may look ‘cool’ superficially, the devil lies in details. Be
stock has corrected by almost 50 per cent in one year's time. sceptical of extremely high dividend yield stocks, especially
The combination of both is making the dividend yield look very those that are yielding close to 10 per cent. Caution is better
attractive. than regret. If it is not that straightforward to choose a
dividend yield stock in the sense that higher dividend yield
But is it a good sign and should one simply buy those stocks does not always turn out to be good investments, how
where the dividend yield has increased sharply? What is the should investors then build a portfolio with high dividend yield
guarantee that such high dividends will be sustained by stocks?
companies?
One of the best ways to identify a good quality stock with
Don’t be fooled into high dividend dividends is to study the history of dividend payouts. Ideally,
those stocks with a history of dividend increases are perfect for
yielding stocks investments. The increasing dividends or the growth in
On the one hand, high dividends look attractive, but when one dividend per share (DPS) can be considered as a sign of
studies deeper, it is easy to realise that higher dividend yield financial strength. There is enough research available which
stocks are not always good for long term investments. A indicates that the companies that initiate or increase their
dividend yield of 3 to 4 per cent is fine, but any stock with a dividend consistently outperform not only other dividend
dividend yield higher than let’s say 6 to 7 per cent should be paying stocks, but also key benchmark indices. The point to be
analysed with a lot of scepticism. Such above average dividend noted here is that those companies which initiate dividends
yield could be due to falling earnings and overall deterioration (paying dividends for the first time) are to be observed keenly
in the fundamentals. Also, the fact that the company is as well. Some of these stocks include HDFC Life Insurance and
distributing huge chunk of its cash to shareholders highlights ICICI Securities.
the lack of investing opportunity for the company, indicating
growth hurdles in the future. There are instances in the One may ask if it is sufficient to identify stocks that distribute

If we consider the top 20 BEST performers (returns) of BSE 500 INDEX for a period of 5
YEARS, we find out that out of the top 20 STOCKS, 11 STOCKS have been consistently
distributing dividends and there is growth in dividends over a period of five years, along with
growth in earnings registered over the 5 YEARS.

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In other words, we can say that investors can do
From 1958 through 2018, a portfolio with themselves great service if they can find stocks that
regularly pay dividends and whether the dividend is
the top 20% of S&P 500 companies growing every year by a certain rate. However, the
earnings should also reflect growth year-on-year. The
ranked by dividend yield and weighted results could be even better if we can identify stocks where
consistently the earnings growth has been higher than the
by market capitalisation outperformed dividend growth as in the case of Bajaj Finserv.
the overall S&P 500 by 2.13 percentage The table below highlights the performance of companies
that are constituents of BSE 500 and reflect consistent
points annually, according to Chicago- dividend payout behaviour (5 years consistent dividend
payout), dividend growth and earnings growth. We find
based Greenrock Research. that there are almost 160 companies in the BSE 500 basket
that have shown growth in dividends and earnings over
the five years. Almost 85 per cent of these 160 companies,
dividends consistently and is it good enough to simply calculate i.e 136 companies, have managed to generate positive
the dividend growth in the underlying stock and invest in it? returns. On an average, these 136 companies generated 17
The answer obviously is NO. One also has to check for earnings per cent CAGR return over a five-year period. The BSE
growth along with with dividend growth to make a solid case 500 has delivered 7 per cent CAGR return in similar
for investing. period.

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Table : Performance of BSE 500 constituents (Top 20) qualifying
Do you know the
on regular dividend payouts, dividend growth and earnings only thing that
growth parameters.
gives me
5 Years Growth (%) pleasure? It's to
Company
KEI Industries
CAGR
73.79
DPS
25
EPS
39
see my dividends
Bajaj Finserv 47.79 7 20 coming in.
Phillips Carbon Black 44.72 28 44
Procter & Gamble Health 40.76 136 81
Maharashtra Scooters 39.1 2 6
Vinati Organics 38.91 15 20 John D. Rockefeller
Future Lifestyle Fashions 37 28 50
VenkyS (India) 35.89 10 31
Relaxo Footwears 35.1 25 4 The Sensex dividend yield is telling us that the stock prices are
Manappuram Finance 34.98 10 24 getting cheaper and that the dividend yield is getting little more
attractive for investors to take equities seriously.
Honeywell Automation India 34.59 29 26
V-Mart Retail 34.51 3 10
SRF 33.62 4 11 Conclusion : Dividend stocks may not be as glamorous as
Escorts 33.41 16 45 high growth stocks for many, but quality dividend stocks
VIP Industries 31.38 16 22 definitely have a potential to generate regular income in the form
APL Apollo Tubes 30.89 23 34 of dividends. This ability makes the difference during periods of
economic, market and political uncertainties. When it comes to
Deepak Nitrite 29.98 15 15
playing defence, quality dividend stock is what one should be
Radico Khaitan 29.67 5 12 looking at. In a world of slow economic growth and geopolitical
Abbott India 28.7 16 14 uncertainty, investors have to find ways to generate returns.
Cholamandalam Invest. & Fin. Co. 27.48 13 20 There can be no better way than to collect dividends from quality
stocks. The beauty about quality dividend stocks is that they tend
What is Sensex dividend yield telling us? to outperform majority of the stocks in the markets and hence
the potential for capital gains is high in the longer run.
Sensex has corrected close to 9 per cent from its all-time high of
40000-odd level. With market correcting, the dividend yield for
the Sensex has also risen. For July 2019, the dividend yield for If you are one of those investors who believe in risk-adjusted
Sensex was 1.230 per cent p.a., higher than 1.190 per cent p.a. in returns, quality dividend paying stocks show relatively less
June 2019. The average dividend yield for Sensex if we consider volatility than stocks that do not pay dividends. Also, investors can
the data from December 1996 to July 2019 is 1.425 per cent. take a lot of comfort from the fact that the dividend paying stocks
This suggests that the current dividend yield for Sensex is often have strong balance sheets. This financial strength in quality
higher than the average dividend yield it has displayed since dividend paying stocks ensures that the company survives a
December 1996. The dividend yield reached its all-time high of slowdown with far less damage than its peers. In the long run, it
2.460 per cent p.a. in August 2002. The record low dividend does make a remarkable difference to the investor’s portfolio.
yield for Sensex was 0.830 per cent p.a. in December 2007.
Globally, there is a trend of reducing interest rates. The neutral
stance adopted by western economies hints at fears of slowing
Sectoral Dividend Yield global economy. In India too, as the interest rates slide lower,
Indices 2018-19 2019-20 the dividend paying stocks start looking more attractive. One
BSE Sensex 1.19 1.2
must realise that dividends are inherently relatively stable and
Energy 2.09 1.78
form an important part of total returns. In the current market
FMCG 1.25 1.42
situation, where a majority of the stocks have corrected heavily,
Healthcare 0.6 0.69
IT 1.76 1.88
dividend yield for some of these quality stocks has improved
Metal 3.51 4.14
substantially. All investors have to do is identify the quality
Power 2.29 2.78 stocks and start accumulating these stocks which not only
Realty 0.55 0.6 distribute dividends consistently, but also reflect growth in
Auto 1.1 1.41 dividends and earnings. All said and done, the focus should
Note that on an average the dividend yield has increased for almost all of the sector also be on the quality of management and corporate
stocks, especially those of auto stocks. Energy stocks are bucking the trend, with their governance standards, as these are some of the most sensitive
dividend yield actually declining in 2019-20 versus 2018-19. issues impacting stock prices these days! DS

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that has strong growth prospect like

Which Investment
higher profit growth, higher return ratios
like ROA, ROCE, ROE etc. Simply said,
growth investing targets businesses that
tend to earn high returns on their
invested equity, asset etc. The companies

Style Best Suits You?


that fall under growth investing category
generally pays a very low dividend or it
may not be paying a dividend as high
growth companies reinvest a major

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portion of their earnings back in the
business for future expansion. The stocks
very individual has their own investment style that would best suit you that may fit into the growth investment
taste for the product or is Passive investing. Basically, in passive style are the ones which are presently in
service they consume. Like investing one can invest in an index fund the initial stage of the business cycle or
one might like spicy food or ETF which replicate the broad market maybe an innovator of new products or
while others might be in love index or indices. In this investing style, services which might help the business
with sweets, this is also applicable in the the portfolio churning is really low and grow faster in the years to come. The
world of investment. Some investors are investment is generally for long-term, core concept behind this strategy is that
risk-averse while some may be risk thus it has lower management cost and the business will prosper and grow faster
loving. Thus, the first step before benefit due to diversification. Passive and as a result, its revenues and earnings
investing is to identify your own taste of investing style believes that it is difficult too will grow which in turn would lead
investing. Here we have tried to explain to outperform the market it means the to higher stock prices, going forward.
various investing styles which can help market is efficient and all the parameters Growth stocks mostly demand higher
you to identify an investing style that are factored in the stock, hence, it tries to valuations, i.e. their market price tends
best suits your risk appetite and needs. match market or sector performance. In to be really higher than sales, earnings
this style of investing, there is no and book value (i.e., high P/E, P/B, P/S).
To start off, we would like to bring to flexibility of stock picking as you have to In terms of risk factor, growth stocks are
your attention whether you want your invest strictly in the stocks that the index referred to as high-risk investment as
investment to be managed actively or tracks, irrespective of how they are most of the companies in this investment
passively. Active investing believes that performing. category are small in size.
the market is inefficient, and it does not
reflect the true value of stocks, thus in The next investment style on which we The next investment style which mainly
active investing style, one tries to invest would discuss is Growth investing in focuses on value rather than price is
in undervalued stocks and books profit which investors try to identify a business Value Investing. Simply said, value
when their prices increase. In active
investing, continuous monitoring of the
situation is required. The investment
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investing refers to chasing value over the of their intrinsic value. amount of cash and part of which goes to
price or buying a stock which is available reward shareholders in the form of
at far lower than their true intrinsic value. Apart from these investment styles, there dividends and buybacks as told earlier;
To elaborate further, we can take an are investors who seek to buy a stock this significant cash is also deployed in
example of mobile phones, when you buy based on its market capitalisation. The R&D which can help them to innovate
it on a regular day you will have to pay investors who are aiming to generate products or services to expand further
full price of the product, but if you buy high returns tend to invest in small-cap and fuel their growth engines.
the same mobile on Sale Day, then you and mid-cap as these are the firms which
might get the same features, camera have enormous potential for growth in The Contrarian Investment
quality, operating system at a discount. the years to come. While the small-cap style is basically a strategy followed by
Meaning if you can identify the true value and mid-cap can give you stellar return, only a few investors as it not only
of any asset then you can wait for a Sale the volatility in these stocks are quite involves high risk but requires a
Day to buy it. The reason behind such high and they tend to be vulnerable to futuristic view of the company and
significant discount to true value may business cycles, thus investments in sector where the company operates. In
vary from stock to stock, but there should these stocks are a bit risky. Investors tend a contrarian investment style, the
be a catalyst which can trigger upside for to focus more on small or mid-cap investors try to identify and bet on the
the stock, then only it can generate stocks as they are like little fish in a big stocks which are not on the market
healthy returns for the investors. pond and have huge potential to grow. participants' radar and liquidate them
But not necessary every small or mid-cap when other market participants follow
The real challenge in this process is company tends to grow bigger; we need the stock or invest in it. The main idea in
finding true value because, for the same to see other factors like how the contrarian investing is going against the
stock, different analysts might derive company is placed in its respective market view and finding mispricing of
different intrinsic value. Thus, investors sector, the company's ability to capitalise stock, either undervalued or overvalued.
tend to enter in such stocks at a heavy on opportunities, financial positioning, In this investing type, investors need to
discount which provides them a margin management quality, etc. go beyond the herd mentality, i.e.,
of safety, meaning there would be some betting against the stock which is being
room for error in estimation. Going back Investing in Small and Mid Cap stocks favoured by other market participants.
to our mobile example, 'Bumper Sale' are risky, and on the flip side, large-cap In contrast, when other market
comes many times in a year, but it is not stocks provide low volatility and stable participants are buying/selling the same
the case with the stock market. Value returns over the long-term. Large-cap stock it makes the investor more
investing involves digging the entire stocks are those stocks which have confident that he/she is on the right path.
listed stocks and finding the stock where established their position in the In the short term, investors may have to
a Sale is happening. The general respective sectors and have survived bear some losses as it would take time for
characteristic of value investing is that it through various phases of the business other market participants to realise the
is trading lower than its asset value cycle. Thus, investing in large-cap stocks bounce back in the respective stock. It
which can be measured from P/B ratio. are considered a low-risk bet. Large-cap requires courage and pain bearing ability
Further, lower P/E means the stock is stocks generally distribute large chunk of to go against the wind, but booming
available at a lower multiple to its their earnings to their shareholders returns can make you forget the pain.
earnings than it used to be. There will be through dividend or buyback which
different reasons for lower valuations further adds to the investor wealth. The We have tried to summarise all the
such as the overall economy is going benefit that investors can get by investing possible investment style that may help
through tough times and investors are into Large Cap stocks is that it provides you in making your investment
panicking and massive selling in the stability to the portfolio as large-cap decisions, but before that one should
stock is forcing prices to go down. Due companies have grown and have a first identify their own risk appetite.
to these negative sentiments stock might well-established reputation with Once you have correctly identified your
fall beyond its true or intrinsic value, but consumers, they have the ability to risk appetite then you can easily choose
one needs to perform thorough analysis survive in economic uncertainties. As the right investment strategy to attain
before taking buy call on the stock. you know, the companies have become your investment goals. In the end, we
Benjamin Graham who is known as the large not overnight, but over a long would like to tell you that you should
father of value investing used to invest in period and during this period, the have a blend of all the stocks that suit
companies which were available at 2/3rd company has accumulated sizeable your risk appetite and time horizon.

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Query-Specific

DILIP BUILDCON LIMITED SPECIALITY RESTAURANTS LIMITED


I request you to kindly share the technical as well as
I have 1000 shares of Dilip Buildcon. Should I hold fundamental analysis of Speciality Restaurant?
or exit?  - Harminder
 - Paresh Patel

HOLD SELL
BSE/NSE Code 540047 / DBL BSE Code 534425 / SPECIALITY
Face Value `10 Face Value `10
CMP `375.85 CMP `61.90
52-Week High `848.95 / Low `311.55 52-Week High `116.00 / Low `56
Your Current -- Your Current --
Profit/(Loss) Profit/(Loss)

D S
ilip Buildcon Limited conducts business in infrastructure peciality Restaurants Limited has business operations in
facilities on engineering procurement and construction restaurants and mobile food service activity. It has a variety of
(EPC) basis. The company takes contracts from restaurants located in India, Bangladesh and Tanzania. The
government, special purpose vehicles promoted by the company company’s popular brands are Mainland China, Asia Kitchen, Oh!
and other parties. It has two business segments, which includes Calcutta, Sigree Global Grill, Cafe Mezzuna, Sweet Bengal,
construction contracts and engineering contracts. Some of Dilip Hoppipola, Sigree, etc. Overall, the restaurants serve a variety of
Buildcon’s subsidiaries include DBL Ashoknagar-Vidisha cuisines such as Chinese containing contrasting flavours and
Tollways Limited, DBL Bankhlafata Dongawa Tollways Limited, spices, Bengali, grilled food with Mediterranean flavours, Indian
Bhavya Infra & Systems Private Limited, etc. On the consolidated cuisine, etc. Sweet Bengal is the company’s confectionary chain
financial front, in Q1FY20, the company reported net sales of serving Bengali sweets made with milk. On the consolidated
`2436.44 crore, a decrease of around 3.41 per cent compared to financial front, the company has reported an increase of 10.38 per
the net sales of `2522.59 crore in the Q1FY19. Its PBT decreased cent in net sales to `87.59 crore for Q1FY20 as compared to net
by 39.41 per cent to `128.41 crore in the Q1FY20 as against of sales of `79.35 crore for Q1FY19. For Q1FY20, the company
`211.94 crore in Q1FY19. The company recorded net profit of incurred net loss of `1.47 crore, which is less than the net loss of
`100.27 crore for Q1FY20, a decrease by 54.74 per cent compared `6.33 crore posted in the same quarter of the previous fiscal. On
to the net profit of `221.56 crore for Q1FY19. On the annual the annual front, the net sales increased by 16.7 per cent to
front, the company’s net sales in FY19 were `9118.22 crore, a `346.36 crore for FY19 from `296.79 crore for FY18. The company
17.72 per cent increase from the net sales of the previous fiscal. posted an operating loss of `5.33 crore for FY19 and operating loss
The PBT for FY19 increased by 21.28 per cent to `804.97 2 crore of `31.15 crore for FY18. In FY19, the company incurred a net loss
as compared to `663.72 crore of FY18. In FY19, the company’s of `6.34 core, which is less than the net loss incurred of `53.41
net profit increased by 23.32 per cent YoY to `764.94 crore from crore in FY18. Based on our analysis, we recommend our
`620.30 crore in FY18. We recommend the reader-investors to reader-investors to currently avoid investing in the stock and to
HOLD the stock. SELL if already invested.

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MRF LTD TV18 BROADCAST LIMITED
I have 30000 shares of TV18 Broadcast Ltd bought
@ `20.50. Since I am a long-term investor, kindly
Kindly share the technical as well as fundamental advice.
analysis of the stock of MRF Ltd.  - Ankit Choudhary
 - H. Singh

HOLD SELL
BSE/NSE Code 500290 / MRF BSE/NSE Code 532800 / TV18BRDCST
Face Value `10 Face Value `2
CMP `58005.05 CMP `21.60
52-Week High `74,550.00 / Low `51,850.00 52-Week High `48.45 / Low `18.05
Your Current -- Your Current 5.36 per cent
Profit/(Loss) Profit/(Loss)

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RF Ltd is engaged in manufacturing and selling of V18 Broadcast Limited is engaged in television
automotive tyres, tubes and flaps. The company also broadcasting networks and belongs to the Network 18
manufactures rubber products like tread rubber and Group based in Mumbai. The company mainly operates
conveyor belt. Its products include heavy duty trucks and bus news channels, which include CNBC-TV18, CNBCAwaaz,
tyres, which include Superlug, Nulug, M-77 and Superlug Ex; CNBC Bajar, CNBC-TV18 Prime HD, CNN-News18, IBN7 and
light truck tyres that include Super Traction, Supermiler and Steel IBN-Lokmat. Other than these, it also operates regional news
Muscle; multi-utility vehicle or remote control vehicle (MUV/ channels such as ETV Urdu, ETV Bihar Jharkhand, ETV MP
RCV) passenger car tyres which are Rover and Estate. Tyres for Chattisgarh, ETV Bangla, ETV Karnataka, ETV Gujarati, and
motor sports, include Tarmac Rally and MoCross. Shakti Rear ETV Odiya. TV18 and Viacom18 have a strategic joint venture
and Shakti Front are tractor or farm service tyres. Other than called as IndiaCast, which is a multi-platform content asset
these, the company also manufactures tyres for military use. monetization entity that allows for domestic and international
MRF’s popular brands for two and three wheeler tyres include channel distribution, placement services and content syndication
Nylogrip, Zapper FS and Nylogrip Zapper. Other than its tyre for the bouquet of channels from the group and third parties.
business, the company is also engaged in painting and coating This allows TV18 to broadcast channels such as Colors, Comedy
business and other various services such as TireTok, Tyredrome, Central, Vh1, Nickelodeon, Colors Marathi, etc. TV18 Broadcast
MRF Fasst and the MRF Institute of Driver Development also has a joint venture with Forward A+E Networks, which
(MIDD). operates the factual entertainment channel History TV18.

On the consolidated financial front, the nets sales for the first On the consolidated financial front, the revenue from
quarter of FY20 was `4470.82 crore, showcasing an increase of operations for the first quarter of FY20 came in at `1197.51
15.13 per cent as compared to the net sales of `3882.99 crore for crore, posting an increase of 10.05 per cent as compared to
the first quarter of FY19. The PBT for the first quarter of FY20 `1088.19 crore for the first quarter of FY19. The PBT for the
was reported at `417.81 crore, an increase of 3.43 per cent as first quarter of FY20 was reported at `27.59 crore, a significant
against `403.94 crore reported for the same quarter of the increase by 790 per cent as against `3.10 crore reported for the
previous fiscal. There was an increase in the net profit by 2.13 per same quarter of the previous fiscal year. In the first quarter of
cent for the first quarter of FY20 to `273.27 crore, when FY20, the company gained a net profit of `23.17 crore as against
compared to `267.56 crore for the first quarter of the previous a net loss of `6.82 crore in the corresponding quarter of the
fiscal. previous fiscal year.

Looking at the annual trend, the net sales were reported at Looking at the annual trend, the company’s net sales grew by
`15837 crore for FY19, an increase of 4 per cent when compared 46.74 per cent to `1079.21 crore in FY19 from `735.45 crore in
to `15227.07 crore for FY18. In FY19, PBDT also increased by FY18. The FY19 PBDT stood at `54.30 crore, thus decreasing by
4.68 per cent to `2415.16 crore as against `2307.25 crore for 67.5 per cent when compared to `167.32 crore for FY18. In
FY18. The company posted net profit of `1096.87 crore for FY19, FY19 the company’s net profit was `85.05 crore, which is 11.7
a 0.5 per cent increase in the net profit when compared to the net per cent less than the net profit of `96.37 crore in FY18. Due to
profit of `1092.28 crore in FY18. Therefore, we recommend a weak annual financial performance, we recommend the readers
HOLD. to SELL.

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QueryBoard
SHRI JAGDAMBA POLYMERS LIMITED VIDHI SPECIALITY FOOD INGREDIANTS
I would like to know if it is a good time to invest in Should I buy shares of Vidhi Specialty Food
the shares of Shri Jagdamba Polymers. Ingredients for long-term investment?
 - (Alokmay Jana  - Ketan M.

BUY AVOID
BSE/NSE Code 512453 / SHRJAGP BSE/NSE Code 531717 / VIDHIING
Face Value `1 Face Value `1
CMP `198.85 CMP `62.35
52-Week High `311.00 / Low `146.70 52-Week High `90.90 / Low `51.05
Your Current -- Your Current --
Profit/(Loss) Profit/(Loss)

F V
ounded in 1985, Shri Jagdamba Polymers Limited is a idhi Speciality Food Ingrediants Ltd. is a company
textile and fabric finishing mill operator located in conducting business operations in the ‘dyes and
Ahmedabad, India. The products of Shri Jagdamba pigments’ industry. It is a Mumbai-based company
Polymers include PP woven bags, box bags, fabric, ground having its factory and plant operation in Raigad district in
cover, lumber cover, geotextile, flexible intermediate bulk Maharashtra. It is a manufacturer of food colours as ingredients
containers and silt fence. of foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals, confectionary, pet foods,
healthcare, dairy, soft drinks and cosmetic industries. The
The company has an installed capacity of 1000 MT per month company provides synthetic organic colouring products. Its
to process woven polypropylene/polyethylene fabrics on both product line consists of synthetic water solubles, FD and
circular as well as sulzer looms. The company is equipped with certified colours and lakes, and blends, to name a few. With
latest technology machines to produce quality products and exports accounting for 96 per cent of the total revenue of the
provide complete solutions in woven polypropylene market. company, food colours of Vidhi Speciality are distributed and
Majority of the company’s products are exported to the US, consumed across six continents.
Europe and many other countries. As part of its strategy for the
next five years, the company has targeted to double its capacity From the financial point of view, on a standalone basis, the total
to 2000 MT per month by installing higher end products to revenue of the company for Q1FY20 was `51.94 crore as
cover other areas in the global market. It also plans to put up compared to the total revenue of Q1FY19 of `56.67 crore, a 8.35
in-house additive unit and machinery workshop. per cent decrease in total revenue of Q1FY20 as compared to
Q1FY19. For Q1FY20, its PBDT stood at `11.13 crore, an
For the first quarter of FY20, the company reported net sales of increase of 10.85 per cent as against `10.04 crore for Q1FY19.
`60.46 crore, an increase of 30.16 per cent as against the net For Q1FY20, the company recorded net profit of `7.67 crore, a
sales of `46.45 crore for the corresponding quarter of the 1.28 per cent decrease in the net profit compared to `7.77 crore
previous fiscal. Its PBT increased by 30.66 per cent for the first for the same quarter of the previous fiscal.
quarter of FY20 and was `8.99 crore as compared to `6.88 crore
for the first quarter of FY19. For the first quarter of FY20, the On the annual front, for FY19, the company recorded net sales
net profit increased by 18.46 per cent to `6.16 crore when of `228.35 crore, which is 5.23 per cent increase when compared
compared to `5.2 crore posted for the first quarter of the to the net sales of `217 crore for FY18. The PBDT for FY19
previous fiscal. stood at `43.23 crore as against `26.96 crore FY18. For FY19, its
PBDT increased by 60.35 per cent as compared to FY18. Also,
On the annual front, net sales for FY19 were `189.77 crore, an the net profit was `29.06 crore, an increase of 84.65 per cent as
increase of 5.94 per cent when compared to `179.12 crore for compared to the net profit of `15.71 crore for FY18.
FY18. For FY19, the PBT increased by 26.28 per cent to be
`29.84 crore compared to `23.63 crore for FY18. The net profit The company declared its first interim dividend for the financial
for FY19 was reported at `21.87 crore, an increase of 32.78 per year 2019 - 20 of ` 0.20 per equity share having face value of Re.
cent when compared to `16.47 crore reported for the previous 1. Thus, we recommend AVOID.
fiscal. Hence, we recommend a BUY.
(Closing price as of Aug 28, 2019)

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Reviews
In this edition, we have reviewed M & M Financial Services and WPIL. We suggest our reader-investors to HOLD in
M & M Financial Services and WPIL.

Change Scrip’s Movement


M & M FINANCIAL SERVICES HOLD 36.52 Per Cent
CMP - `319.90
550.00

BSE CODE Reco. Price Face Value 500.00


532720 `504 `2
450.00

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400.00
e had previously its housing finance subsidiary, Mahindra 350.00
recommended Mahindra & Rural Housing Finance, the company
Mahindra Financial Services facilitates lending for low and medium 300.00

in volume 33, issue no. 12, dated May 14 income households. Mahindra Insurance 250.00

- 27, 2018 under the ‘Special Report’ Brokers Limited is involved in life and
segment. It was recommended based on non-life insurance products through
business growth, growth in rural cash tie-ups with various insurance
flows and improving asset quality. companies. Mahindra & Mahindra Financial
Services recently signed a share
Mahindra & Mahindra is a non-banking On the consolidated financial front, for subscription, share purchase and
finance company (NBFC) which Q1FY20, the company reported an shareholders’ agreement with Sri
provides financial services in rural and increase in net sales by 23 per cent to Lankan company Ideal Finance Limited
semi-urban areas across India. The `2821.87 crore from `2292.72 crore for (Ideal Finance). As per the agreement,
company offers a range of products Q1FY19. For Q1FY20, PBT stood at Mahindra Finance will acquire up to
which includes financing for buying `159.94 crore, a decrease by 67.25 per 58.20 per cent stake in Ideal Finance.
vehicles to be used for commercial and/ cent from `488.42 crore for Q1FY19. In After completion of the acquisition,
or personal purpose, tractors, small and Q1FY20, the profit after tax fell by 66.34 Ideal Finance will be a subsidiary of
medium enterprise loans and several per cent to `108.46 crore from `322.27 Mahindra Finance. Thus we
other financial products. In India, it is crore in Q1FY19. recommend a HOLD to our investor -
one of the top tractor financiers. Through readers.

Change Scrip’s Movement


WPIL LTD. HOLD 30.18 Per Cent
CMP - `599
1000.00
BSE CODE Reco. Price Face Value 950.00
505872 ` 858 `10 900.00
850.00

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800.00
e had recommended WPIL in centrifugal pumps, etc. 750.00

volume 34, issue no. 2, dated WPIL’s standalone revenue for Q1FY20 700.00
650.00
December 24, 2018 - January came in at `86.78 crore as against 600.00
6, 2019, under the Cover Story. The stock `142.58 crore in the corresponding 550.00
was trading at `858 then and was quarter last year, registering 39.1 per cent 500.00

recommended owing to healthy yoy decline. The EBITDA for the quarter
financials, attractive valuations and fell by 37.4 per cent yoy to `22.32 crore as
strong order book. against `35.63 crore in Q1FY19, with a
corresponding margin expansion of 73 infrastructure across the spectrum of
WPIL Ltd is mainly engaged in the bps. The PAT for the quarter came in at water management and is now well-
manufacturing of pumps, grey iron, `15.01 crore as against `24.18 crore in the positioned in the power, municipal,
castings and sluice valves. WPIL now corresponding quarter last year, a decline irrigation and industrial sectors. The
offers system engineering and complete of 37.9 per cent yoy. The company’s efforts of various state governments to
solutions to all kinds of water and operations at both European facilities provide a boost to the irrigation sector
waste-water handling and transportation Gruppo Aturia Italy and Rutschi France with the onset of normal monsoons this
needs. The product range of the company supported by Aturia International are year will augur well for the company.
includes vertical turbine pumps, vertical contributing to the company’s top line. Looking at the above mentioned points,
mixed flow and axial flow pumps, WPIL continues to leverage its we recommend a HOLD. DS

submersible pumps, horizontal expanding product portfolio and market (Closing price as of Aug 28, 2019)

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Kerbside
The recommendations provided in this column are taken from various market
sources such as brokers, analysts, dealers and investment strategists, etc. These
recommendations may not be backed by strong fundamentals. Therefore we advise
readers to use their own discretion before investing in these recommendation

NEW GEOGRAPHIES
The company is engaged in manufacturing
Jiya Eco-Products of biofuel briquettes and pellets from
BSE Code: 539225 agriculture and forest waste which are
CMP: `54.60 substitutes for coal, lignite, kerosene, LPG,
diesel, etc. CEA has asked states to use
5-10 per cent biomass pellets for power generation. There are
approx. 116 power plants in India, and if the industry switches to
10 per cent as proposed by CEA as alternate fuel of its fuel
requirement to agri waste from current coal, it would imply a
sourcing market opportunity of USD 2.7 bn for biomass briquettes
and pellets in the years to come. The company plans to enter new
geographies like Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh which would
help to boost its topline.

INCREASING STAKES MCX has


BREAKOUT
MCX An analyst
been seeing Petronet LNG from one of
BSE Code: 534091 its turnover BSE Code: 532522 the leading
CMP: `942.60 grow this CMP: `259.85 broking
year backed
firms in the
by new participants and increased
country is recommending clients
momentum in the gold prices. As
to buy the stock of Petronet LNG
per the murmurs on the D-Street,
for short-medium term gains. As
strong hands have already started
per the technical analyst, the
accumulating this stock. Also, if we
stock has achieved a clear
look at the shareholding pattern
breakout from a multi-month
for the quarter ended June 2019,
resistance. The RSI indicator is
mutual funds and foreign portfolio
positive and with rising volumes,
investors have increased their
the analyst anticipates the stock
stakes. You too can jump on to the
to move further up. Hence,
bandwagon and hope to make
traders can take exposure in this
some quick buck!
scrip for some trading gains.

Balrampur Chini

PRICE -VOLUME BREAKOUT BSE Code: 500038


CMP: `129.40

The price movement in this counter in the recent past


has been very good, driven by robust volumes. As per
our sources, the stock price is expected to see a further
upmove. Some well-known HNIs and big market punters
have initiated long positions in the stock as they are
expecting it to move in the northward direction.
Therefore, the stock can be looked at for short-term
trading gain. DS

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he government has finally responded to the into them. As these days there are many credit events are
slowing economy and falling equity markets. In happening and would wish to learn more about debt MFs as well.
a very measured and focused approach, Finance Hope to see those in your coming issues.
Minister Nirmala Sitharaman addressed the  - Pulkit Purohit
concerns of the various sectors of the economy with a
slew of measures such as withdrawal of tax surcharge Editor Responds
Thank you for writing to us. The value funds have performed
levied on the long term and short term capital gains of
better in patches; however, in the long run, their returns are
FPIs and sops to different sectors. These measures will go
comparable with returns from any other type of investments. We
a long way in reviving the sentiment of the investors and understand your interest in debt MFs and we will try to cover
the equity markets. This was clearly visible in Monday’s some of the topics in our future issues.
trading (August 26, 2019) when major equity indices
gained by more than two per cent.

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For mutual funds, there was very little that was
announced. Other than allowing mutual fund houses to
use Aadhar to complete the KYC process, there was
nothing explicit. Nevertheless, what will really help the
MFs is the announcement made to revive the sagging
economy. The lacklustre equity market has impacted the
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performance of the equity-dedicated MFs. Almost all the
categories of equity-dedicated funds are offering negative Financial Advisors & You
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I believe it is the right time to start allocating more of
your funds towards equity-dedicated funds. If you are
taking SIP route of investment, you can step up your SIP
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amount. However, if you want to invest in a lump sum,


you can put 10% of your amount now. The choice of the
fund will depend upon your risk profile and investment
horizon. So, if you are risk-averse and have an investment
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horizon of five years, you can go for large-cap dedicated Saving For Retirement
funds. But if you are willing to take the risk and have
longer investment horizon, you can go for mid-cap or
small-cap funds in a staggered manner as the risk-reward
ratio is tilted towards reward from hereon.
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Financial Advisors & You

personal finance to call themselves as financial advisor.


In personal finance space, there are a lot of people
who call themselves as financial advisors. However, A true financial advisor is someone who should guide you not
only on insurance and investments but also in other key areas
it becomes difficult to identify a true financial that impacts your personal finance. Then there are some species
advisor from myriad choices, forget demanding in the personal finance world who call themselves as
Independent Financial Advisors (IFAs). Here they not only
appropriate services from them. DSIJ explains create financial plans for you but also help you to implement it.
different types of financial advisors and the They deal in great amount of products such as mutual funds,
insurance, bonds, stocks, etc. Even the major part of their
services that you should demand from these revenue comes from the commission they get from the
advisors for a great service experience. products they deal in, rather than advice they give through
financial plans. Currently majority of the investors invest

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through them.
very one of us is blessed with or has acquired one or
other set of skills that make us better than others in Now there are other kind of financial advisors who are
that field. They have skill sets that make them expertise regulated. They are regulated by SEBI (Securities and Exchange
on the subject and they take better decision in that Board of India) under SEBI Registered Investment Adviser
field. Financial advisory is one such subject where financial (RIA) Regulations Act, 2013. They claim to act in investors’
advisors are supposed to make informed and better investment interest and have a fiduciary relation with them. So, now the
decision on behalf of their clients. question is that who is the real financial advisor? And the
answer to your question is your requirements and what service
He is the person who advises you on various financial aspects you are looking for. Not just services but there are various
and sometimes even on the taxation and legal aspects as well. things that you should demand from financial advisor which
May it be an insurance agent or a mutual fund distributor or we would discuss in a bit. Before we begin it is important to
even a stock broker, all of them call themselves as financial understand different kinds of financial advisors and why at all
advisors. Although, they don’t deal in every aspects of your you need to hire a financial advisor.

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Why hire a financial advisor? Complex issues : There are times


Managing your own money and investments, for many, may when you may come across a
seem like solving a complex mathematics equation, which is complex financial issue such as
difficult to understand and solve. Making important financial high debt, low income, complex
decisions on money and investments becomes a difficult task. It financial goals, etc. requires
is not only about the understanding of the subject, but also, the expert’s advice. In such
behavioural bias one has towards various financial products situations, financial advisor
that make investment decision irrational or sub-optimal. For come to your rescue. So, this
example if you are a fan of insurance products, chances are high becomes a good reason to hire
that you may mix insurance and investments that may not be a financial advisor.
the best investment decision. So, for such situations you need a
financial advisor, who will handhold you and help you control
your emotions and reach your financial goal.
Types of financial advisors
There are various financial intermediaries who call themselves
Following are some of the reasons why you should as financial advisor. Following are some of the major and
popular types of financial intermediaries who call themselves
hire a financial advisor. as financial advisors.
Time : Time is money and you
need time to make money, save Insurance agents : As mainly insurance agents deal majorly with
it and grow it. To manage your risk management part with the help of various life and
your money and invest it in the non-life insurance products available. They even deal with
right manner you need to some of the investment product such as ULIPs (Unit Linked
dedicate a lot of time. So, Insurance Plans) and some retirement products like annuities.
financial advisor does these Therefore, they call themselves as financial advisors.
things for you for a fee. Hiring a
financial advisor helps you to Mutual fund distributors : Mutual fund distributor, as the name
dedicate time towards your suggests are the ones who distribute mutual funds. So, when
work (where you are skilled and you think of investing in mutual funds, they are the once who
do best) and family rather than sell mutual funds for commission. Though, these days you can
worries of money. invest in mutual funds through various ways. They just don’t
sell mutual funds but also give investment advice and help you
Expert advice : Anything in designing your mutual funds portfolio.
regarding health we consult a
doctor, for legal things we Stock brokers: Stock brokers are those who help you invest in
consult a lawyer, etc. why? This stocks and even in bonds. These days they also distribute
is because they are expert in mutual funds. They get brokerage or commission from the
their particular field. Likewise, investments that you make through them. They often help you
financial advisor too is an to build your stocks portfolio and also provide their proprietary
expert in the field of research report to help you make investment decisions.
investment, insurance, etc. So,
hiring a financial advisor would Independent Financial Advisor (IFA) : These are those financial advisors
ensure you would be getting an who deal and advice on multiple financial products right from
expert’s advice. stocks to mutual funds to PMS (Portfolio Management Schemes)
to AIF (Alternative Investment Funds). They also have various
services like financial planning, tax planning, estate planning, etc.
Coach : Nothing is better than Said that, they get their majority of the revenue from commissions
learning. Financial advisors or brokerages on products that they recommend.
often act as a coach and teach
many personal finance Registered Investment Advisers (RIA) : They are quite similar to the
concepts. These learning’s IFAs apart from their revenue structure. Their only revenue is
would help you to take financial the fees they charge to their clients. They are fiduciaries as they
decisions wisely. are regulated by SEBI. Rarely do they have any conflict of
interest. There are 2 kinds of RIAs one is fee-based who charge
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being fee-only who charge flat fee only for the advice given and you need to know how he earns. This will help you to
not based on AUM. understand whether there is any conflict of interest present or
not. If your financial advisor receives commissions from the
Robo-advisors : Robo-advisors are those who claim themselves to product manufacturer for the products sold to you, then they
be technologically advanced and based on certain algorithms do carry a conflict of interest. However, if the financial advisor’s
they come up with products that would suit your requirements. only revenue is the fees paid by you then, such advisors hardly
Currently majority of the robo-advisors make their revenue carry any conflict of interest. Though, this doesn’t mean that
from commissions on the products sold via them. There is no advisors those receive commissions would act against your
human intervention whatsoever. As of now there is lot of hype interest, but there is high room for them to do so.
about it. However, one thing is for sure that they can only aid
financial advisors, but can never replace financial advisors. Regulation : Falling under regulation is something that makes
They are similar to the tablet commuting which was thought of financial advisors more of a fiduciary. This means that they are
replacing laptops but failed miserably. governed by a law. Presently, RIAs are fiduciary as they are
governed by SEBI and they are bound by SEBI RIA
Regulations Act, 2013. Here, RIA needs to get registered with
Things that you should demand from SEBI. On the other hand, IFAs are not directly governed by
your financial advisor SEBI and they don’t need to register with SEBI to become an
IFA. Regulation matters as this helps you to take decision in
Qualifications : Does a degree or certifications matter? Not at all. terms of trust.
However, a person with a certification in that particular field
adds comfort as he/she is supposed to have a deep knowledge Kind of clients : Asking the financial advisor regarding the kind of
in that field. For example if a person dealing into stocks clients he is serving can help you to gauge quality of service that
advisory having CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) is ideal. you might receive. If he is targeting a particular market say HNI
Similarly person dealing with personal finance being a Certified then his experience is in servicing HNIs. Similarly, if he/she is
Financial Planner (CFP) is an advantageous. These dealing with doctors then he has experience in dealing with
certifications are highest qualifications in their respective fields. them which might affect the level of service that he can give to
It is similar to doctors. Would you take medicine from a person someone who is not a doctor. The reason being the financial
who is not qualified as a doctor? Of course not. You would take solutions required by doctors might be different from someone
it from a doctor and who is an MD. The reason being you don’t who are not doctors. So, it is important to demand from the
want to risk your life. Likewise, you also won’t be adding risk to advisor the kind of clients he serves.
your money and financial wellbeing. That is why demanding a
qualification from a financial advisor is a wise decision. Sample report : As this being a service, you cannot have a physical
product that you can check before purchasing. Here you can
Services: This is one of the major and crucial things that you demand a sample report from your financial advisor. This will
should ask your financial advisor. The reason being you would give you the overall look and feel of the report that you might
be deciding on hiring a financial advisor on the basis of services be getting from the financial advisor. Through this you can
that he/she is going to provide. Their services should match gauge the quality of service that you can expect from the
your requirements. If you need any consultation on investments financial advisor. One more thing to note is that not just
then you would hire a financial advisor dealing in to investment demand a sample report but also ask the advisor to explain you
advisory. However, if you need any consultation on money then the same.
you would hire a financial advisor dealing in personal finance
space. So, demanding a service from a financial advisor is a Review : The service that you receive from a financial advisor is
must. This would usually happen in your first meeting itself. not a permanent thing and neither your life. There are various
Fees and charges : One of the basic things that you should be life events like birth, death, marriage, divorce, etc. which can
demanding from the financial advisor is how much he is going affect the advice given by the advisor. So, it is important to
to charge for his services. Fees and charges are that part of the demand a review from the financial advisor. Not just that but
entire process where the financial advisor should be charging also you should demand a review periodically to know the
reasonable for the services rendered and you should be progress and actions that you might need to take.
reasonable in your expectations. At all there must not be any
hidden charges. You should ask them for all the charges and Investment philosophy: Investment philosophy is something which
fees well in advance before taking their service. This will ensure is one of the reasons for the investment outcome that you might
smooth service experience. see. It is important for you to understand the investment
philosophy adopted by the financial advisor. Some may believe
Revenue : This is also one of the important points to demand in strategic management, but some may believe in tactical
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getting it understood by them is wise. Conclusion


As we have seen the different kind of financial advisors, why
Guaranteed returns : You should definitely demand from your to hire them and what should you demand from them. The
financial advisor for guaranteed returns on equity investments. things that you demand from them helps you to get good
If they say that they will give you the same, then you need to experience from the services that you receive. Not just that but
hire some other financial advisor. The reason being no one can you would also be able to find a financial advisor who is able to
give you guaranteed returns specifically for the products that are fulfil your requirements. You should consider all the above-
market linked as market can never be predicted. mentioned things before hiring or firing a financial advisor.
These things would also help you to get most of out of your
References : This part comes when the trust of the financial financial advisor.
advisor is in question. At such a situation you may ask for a
financial advisor for some of the references for his/her existing The role of a financial advisor is not limited only to make their
clients. So that you can contact those clients to understand the client aware of different investment alternatives along with the
quality of service provided by them. So, if you think that the product access and trade execution, and leave them to their
financial advisor doesn’t seem trustworthy then surely go ahead own. This is how many of the financial advisors might be
and demand for references. Here you need to note that, the working; however, all investors would prefer their investment
references should be from those whose testimonials are not advisers to act selflessly in the clients’ best interests in making
available on their website. informed investment recommendations. DS

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Kotak Bluechip Fund - Direct Plan (Growth)


Equity: Large Cap 18.98%
Scheme Category *Expected Return In Next One Year

NIFTY 50 TRI
`1303Cr 236.25 1.12%
Expense Ratio (%)
AUM (`Cr): 31 July, 2019 NAV (`) 23 August, 2019 31 July, 2019 Benchmark

1% for redemption within 365 days Harish Krishnan


Exit Load Fund Manager
Reason for recommendation TOP 10 Holdings
COMPANY NAME % TO NET ASSETS
Kotak Bluechip Fund, which was earlier known as Kotak 50, is a
large-cap focused fund. Even before its name change, the fund HDFC Bank 9.52
was large-cap focused. At the end of July 2019, the fund held Reliance Industries 8.06
more than 80 per cent of its corpus in large-cap dedicated ICICI Bank 7.90
stocks and around 10 per cent in mid-cap stocks. In the current Infosys 6.52
market situation, when the market is volatile large-cap AXIS Bank 4.75
dedicated funds are the best place to hide. In last one year, they Tata Consultancy Services 4.48
have remained one of the best categories in term of HDFC 4.17
performance among equity-dedicated funds. Although they too Kotak Mahindra Bank 4.02
have fallen, but have fallen least. State Bank Of India. 3.80
Larsen and Toubro 3.77
Going ahead, we see this category and fund to outperform their
indices. The fund invests in the businesses that are likely to weightage of 9.52 and 7.9 per cent, respectively. Next sector
grow at a faster pace than the benchmark index. To select such where the fund is overweight is IT. In IT sector, the fund holds
companies, fund manager first identifies the growth sectors and TCS and Infosys which are industry leaders.
then zeros in on the leader of such sector. The current portfolio
clearly shows this. The fund's largest holding is in banks and In turbulent times like this, large-cap stocks, who are market
financials where it holds 40 per cent of its corpus. Among, leader of their respective industry, have better operating levers
financials it holds HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank having to navigate through such situation.

10.00% Monthly Returns


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0.00%
Feb-19

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Dec-18

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We all have 24 hours of time in a day, out of this, most of the


people spend eight to ten hours at work and during work, you
don't spend any money. On an average, we sleep for eight hours
and during sleep, you don't spend any money. You spend money in
only the remaining eight hours when you are with your family.
After retirement, you will have more time to spend with your
family because you need not spend 10 hours at work. So, I feel,
Rohit Raman after retirement, the cost of living is not going to reduce drastically,
on the contrary it will increase.
Blue Ant Advisory Services Private Limited
Inflation and lifestyle will add fuel to the cost after retirement. It

Saving For Retirement has been seen that every eight years, the cost of living will be
double if lifestyle and inflation is added. Suppose a person is 30

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years of age and he spends `50,000 in a month. So, at 38, his
aving for retirement is the most important thing you do with expenses will be `1,00,000 and at 46 `2,00,000, at 54 - `4,00,000
your money, and the earlier you do the least money it will and at 62 - ` 8,00,000, at 70 `16,00,000 and at 78 - `32,00,000. It's
require. While talking about retirement, a lot many people simple maths and anyone can do this calculation.
says that they will never retire. No matter what you say, after a
certain age, world will start seeing you as old. If you are a gymnast Let's understand this with an example. If a person's expenditure is
at the age 18, if you are a cricketer at the age of 35 and if you are in 50,000 every month, and it is expected that his monthly expenses
a job, may be 58 or at some place may be till 65, if you are a will increase by 10% every year, then after one year, he will need
professional you will have challenges in acquiring new skills after `55,000 every month, and after 10 years, his monthly requirement
a certain age and you need to retire. It will certainly depend from will be approx. `1.2 lakh, and after 20 years, he will require `3.4
person to person. I believe one should acquire good amount of lakh each month, and 30 years down the line, his requirement will
money at a certain age so that his job or profession should not be a rise to `8 lakh and I consider that after retirement one will have
compulsion for them. max 30 to 35 years to live.

Till late 90s, people used to start working at the age of 25 and they There are several ways to calculate the amount required to have a
used to work till 60 and the life expectancy was less, which means comfortable retirement for this individual and the most common
35 years of working life and less number of years to live after one is to have 400 times of monthly expenses. To have a very
retirement. But nowadays due to quality medical facilities, we tend comfortable retirement he will require a corpus of approx. `4 crore.
to live more after retirement and the working life has reduced I assume that he will start withdrawing `50,000 every month and it
significantly, and believe me, old age without money is painful. will increase by 10% every year and the investments will also give
his a comfortable 10% return every year. I have considered that
I feel that there are three ways to have very good retirement. inflation and return from the investment will be the same.
A. Your kids take care of you
B. Government should fund your retirement and These numbers are not to scare someone, and believe me, by just
C. Fund your own retirement knowing the basics, you will be able to have a very good and
comfortable retirement.
In one of my education programmes, I have asked two questions
to the participants: Saving for retirement is not enough, one also needs to invest. Saving
a. List down 5 persons name who live along with their parents will never be able to create the required retirement corpus, investing
b. List down 5 person's name who live in the house of their will. I strongly recommend investing in equities (quality stocks and
parents mutual funds) which have a strong track record. These instruments
have the power to create wealth, and in the longer run, these will
The participants have two messages out of these two questions. certainly generate returns which will be greater than inflation. One
One, if we have not stayed with our parents, then we should also caution, equity is a volatile product and one needs to understand
not expect that our kids will be staying with us. I think none of us this properly. The growth chart will not be in a straight line.
would like to be burden on our kids, they have their own wings.
The second message was, for whom we are buying properties, Where to invest the retirement corpus will depend upon
chances are very high that our kids are not going to stay in that individual's risk appetite. I strongly believe that an individual does
house so discussing and believing the our kids will take care of our the investments on the basis of emotions, not on the basis of data
retirement will be considered as a joke. or facts. There cannot be one straight line investing solution for
saving for retirement. An individual needs to select the products
The general discussion of retirement planning happens for third carefully. Investing for retirement is a journey and for a very
reason: how much money one will need at retirement. comfortable journey, one needs to start early.

For more information contact : Rohit Raman, Blue Ant Advisory Services Private Limited n Email: rohit@blueantindia.com

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Should You Consider Investing In Index Funds?


index funds has grown to 17% of the total equity mutual funds
at the start of January 2019.

Equity ETFs and Index Funds AUM as % of Equity Mutual Fund AUM
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ecently, one of the mid-sized fund houses 42064 42430 42795 43160 43525
launched four new index funds replicating
and tracking different equity indices, There are different reasons why index funds are gaining
including Nifty 500 index and Nifty traction. Besides the larger interest by the institutional investors
Smallcap 250 index. These are the first such as the EPFO, one of the basic reasons passive investments
funds in India that are tracking these equity is gaining ground is their low cost. If we check the expense ratio
indices. What has led to launch of these of open-ended equity fund at the end of July 2019, index funds
index funds? are far cheaper than actively managed funds.

These index funds are very popular in the developed markets;


however, these are yet to capture the imagination of the Indian
Funds Category and Average Expense Ratio
investors. This is clearly reflected in the latest data of average Category Average of Expense Ratio (%) No. Of Funds
assets under management (AUMs) under different categories of ETFs 0.27 62
funds. We see that the large-cap funds still rule the roost and on Index Funds 0.75 25
an average have AUMs of `4091 crore. Compare them with the Thematic 2.11 15
index funds that have average AUMs of `225 crore and ETFs Value / Contra 2.19 17
(after removing CPSE and Bharat ETF) having `1028 crore. Large & Mid Cap 2.26 23
Thematic - MNC 2.27 4
Average AUM of different categories of funds Mid Cap 2.27 23
Multi Cap 2.27 49
at the end of July 2019 Tax Saving (ELSS) 2.28 42
Large Cap 2.32 35
Average AUM End of July 19 (Rs Crore)
4500 The table clearly shows that the index funds and ETFs are
4000
3500
cheaper and cost one-third of the cost of other actively
3000 managed regular funds. Although the difference looks quite low
2500
2000 (around 1.5%), in the long run, it has a huge impact on returns.
1500 For example, this meagre difference will compound to about
1000
500 6% in 3 years, 13.5% in 5 year and a huge 56% over 10 years.
0

Another reason why index funds are popular is their high


survival rate, which means the number of index funds that
lasted for longer period is high. According to a report by S&P
Index vs Active studies, only 67% of the actively managed
large-cap and mid/small-cap funds survive for 10 years ending
Nevertheless, passive funds (index and ETFs) are growing their December 2018. The rest were mostly merged with better
stature in the Indian equity market, which is increasingly performing funds to hide their inferior returns. In case of index
reflected in their gaining of market share. From the low of 3 per funds, their chances of survival are high as they track indices
cent at the start of year 2015, the market share of ETFs and and performance is linked to the indices that they track.

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What is an index fund?


An index fund is a mutual fund scheme that endeavours to track
and replicate the constituents of its target benchmark index
n An index fund aims to maintain a portfolio of investments
that is weighted in the same proportion as its benchmark
index in order to mirror its performance.
n The expense ratio of index funds is generally lower than
actively managed equity funds
n There is no active selection of stocks by the fund manager Source: S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC, Morningstar, and Association of
n The portfolio is rebalanced periodically only when Mutual Funds in India. Data as of Dec. 31, 2018.
companies enter/exit the index
The graph shows the percentage of funds that have outperformed
their benchmark indices. We see that in the case of large-cap
Benefits of investing in index funds (comparison index S&P BSE 100) and ELSS (comparison index
Index funds are an easy and convenient way to invest in an index S&P BSE 200) in one year period, these have severely
n Eliminates fund manager risk and, therefore, the risk of underperformed their comparison index. Less than 10% of the
underperforming the benchmark large-cap and ELSS funds were able to beat the performance of
n Diversification–Generally tracks broad-based indices, their benchmark index. Nonetheless, in the case of mid-cap and
thus reducing the impact of decline in value of any one small-cap dedicated funds, almost three-fourth of the funds have
stock, industry or sector been able to beat their benchmark index in a one year period.
n Low costs –Since index funds are passively managed, costs
are relatively low If we take a longer period of investment, say 10 years, most of the
n Transparency –As indices are pre-defined, investors know funds have underperformed their indices. The only change is that
the sector, companies and proportion in which their large-cap funds have improved their performance, while mid-cap
money will be invested and small-cap funds have witnessed moderation in their
performance.
Index Funds vs ETFs- Major Differences
Features Exchange Traded Fund (ETFs) Index Fund The above study coincides with one of the best bull markets
Net Assets Value (2009-2019), which shows that even in the best of the years,
Real Time End of the day
(NAV) funds have not been able to beat the indices. Moreover, in the
Liquidity Authorised Participants (APs) on stock year 2010, if you had invested in the top performing 50 active
Only by Fund
Provider# exchange + Fund itself fund based on 5-year performance, 5 are still in the top 50 as of
Portfolio Dec 31, 2018, and only four have outperformed the index.
Daily Monthly
Disclosure
Possible if investor has required
Intraday Trading
inventory of units
Not Possible Should You Go For Index Funds?
Each investor bears their own Transaction costs are A deeper analysis of the index funds and the respective actively
Cost effectiveness
transaction cost spread across the fund managed fund shows that large-cap funds fail to beat their
Holding format Compulsory in Demat form Physical + Demat benchmark indices consistently. There may be some funds in
Can be bought / sold anytime during some years that might outperform the index, however, it has been
market hours at prices that are expected a bit difficult to maintain their performance on a consistent basis.
Investment
to be close to actual NAV of the Scheme. Not applicable The reason being large-cap companies are well-researched and
decision
Thus, investor invests at real-time prices hence unable to generate alpha. Even if actively managed funds
as opposed to end of day prices.
continue to perform just like the market, their expenses will
#In case of ETFs, the scheme offers units for subscription/redemption directly with the
continue to drag their returns. Therefore, a long term investor
Mutual Fund house, subject to minimum lot size of units which are generally high
should include large-cap dedicated index funds instead of an
amounts. Investor can buy/sell any units of ETFs in cash segment on the secondary market
where it is listed in multiple of 1 unit.
actively managed fund in his portfolio.

In the case of mid-caps and small-caps, you can go for actively


Difference in returns managed funds instead of passively managed funds. The reason
The biggest differentiator between active funds and index fund being in an emerging economy like India, where there are still a
is their returns. It has been observed, both domestically and huge number of under-researched stocks beyond top 100, the
internationally, that in the long run, index funds have fund managers get to pick better stocks that help them to
outperformed their benchmark indices. outperform their benchmarks. DS

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Here’s How To Prepare


For Market Volatility
Hemant Rustagi
Chief Executive Officer, Wiseinvest Advisors

A
n increasing number of investors have been Estimate the target amount correctly- This is important for
adopting a goal-based investment process over long-term goals like children’s education, marriage and
the last few years. The fact that they follow a retirement planning. You must consider inflation as well as
disciplined investment approach through keep a cushion either by increasing the target or by considering
Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) to achieve those conservative probable returns from the portfolio. This will
goals makes the entire process even more effective. A goal- ensure higher investment amount over the defined time
based investment process allows an investor to direct his horizon. For example, if the time horizon is 10 years or more,
investments in a manner so that he has sufficient money at estimated return should not be more than 12 per cent, even
every stage of his life. Besides, an asset allocation strategy though historically the returns have been higher for this kind of
propagated by this goal-based approach allows him to build a time horizon. Another option is to have a cushion of a year or
diversified portfolio across different asset classes based on the more in the time horizon. For example, if the time horizon is 10
time horizon for each of the goals. years, you should assign a time horizon of 9 years for the goal to
have time on hand required for the recovery in the portfolio
However, the last one year or so has been quite challenging for valuation during volatile periods.
equity investors. The market volatility has been testing their
patience and perseverance. Although volatility is a natural Rebalance your portfolio- Considering the possibility of the
phenomenon in the market, the intensity, length and frequency stock market remaining volatile for longer periods, it is
of the declines makes things challenging for the investors. Its important to start rebalancing the portfolio in terms of asset
times like these that tend to test the nerves of even the most allocation around 18-24 months before the completion of the
seasoned equity investors. No wonder, things become even defined time horizon to protect the gains accumulated over
more difficult for those who are new to equity investing. As the the years. For example, a retirement portfolio should be
market place consists of investors with different temperaments, realigned from growth-oriented to income generating one
even the reactions vary significantly. closer to the retirement age. Rebalancing will allow you to
reduce the exposure in equity and increase allocation to
Investors who began investing in equity and/or equity-oriented debt to make it conservative. It also ensures that you remain
equity funds over the last couple of years are a worried lot. invested in different asset classes and hence do not miss out on
Poor/negative returns are worrying them as they are wondering gaining from the positive market movements from time
whether they will be able to achieve their investment goals if the to time.
current volatility persists for a longer period. Although it is
quite natural for the investors to get panicky during a market Follow an asset allocation model- Asset allocation allows you to
situation like the current one, it is possible to be prepared for control the risk, based on your time horizon and risk profile.
such periods and reduce the chances of making haphazard Longer the time horizon, higher the exposure to equity, and
decisions, if not eliminate it altogether. vice-versa, for a shorter time horizon. Simply put, it will ensure
that you do not have a very high exposure to equity for
Investors need to just do a few things right at the start of their medium term goals and very low exposure, if at all, for short
investment process as well as during the defined time horizon. term goals. This strategy also allows you to avoid a situation
If you are one of those investors who are worried about the fate where you may feel compelled to make some haphazard
of their equity fund portfolios, here is what you need to do: investment decisions. DS

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I am writing to your MF Query Board section for the first time. Now to address your query, let us take up one by one.
I have started investing through MF in SIP mode @ `1,000 in You have asked how much returns can be expected from this
each fund from October 2018. My investments are as follows: investment. Taking a conservative approach, it can be expected
1) ABSL Small Cap Fund, that the small-cap would probably give returns of around 18
per cent and mid-cap would probably give returns of around 15
2) HDFC Small Cap Fund,
per cent. Though it is to be noted that the expectations do
3) L&T Emerging Business Fund, change from time to time. So, you need to review your portfolio
4) SBI Small Cap Fund, periodically, say every quarter, and revise annually.
5) Invesco India Mid Cap Fund and Your investment will grow in the following manner.
6) L&T Mid Cap Fund. Investment Type Investment Value Value after 8 Years Expected Rate of Returns
Small-Cap Investment 2.88 Lakhs 8.18 Lakhs 18%
With my present financial condition, I hope to continue it for
Mid-Cap Investment 1.44 Lakhs 3.47 Lakhs 15%
one year. For the next one year, I have planned to invest @ Total 4.32 Lakhs 11.65 Lakhs 17%*
`2000 each and for the next one year @ `3000 in each of * Weighted Portfolio Returns
the fund. After that, I want to hold the total investment for
another 5 years. This would be very tricky to answer whether the selected funds
can give you maximum returns in the mid-cap and small-cap
My first query is: after the total investment period (approx 8 space, because the market scenarios are dynamic and the
years), how much return can I expect? My goal is to beat the investment philosophies of the fund can perform or cannot
inflation convincingly. Secondly, are my choice of funds right perform in all the scenarios. So, here you need to understand
for generating maximum return from small-cap and mid-cap that there is nothing called best funds. You can only have funds
MF categories? I regularly invest in large cap stocks directly in that suit your risk profile and financial objectives. To get the
most out of small-cap funds, you should have a minimum time
equities, that's why I did not choose any large-cap MF. horizon of 10 years, and for mid-cap funds, it must be 8 years. It
 - Alokmay Jana. is also to be understood that mutual fund returns are not magic
numbers and neither are mutual funds managed by magicians
to give you always the best. The problem with an expected
You have not mentioned why you require this money 8 years return is that it is expected something like:
down the line. You have said that the only goal is to beat the
inflation. So, we assume you are investing only for wealth Year So, it is really very crucial to have
Expectation Reality
creation purpose and not for any financial needs or financial Year 1 15% reasonable expectations. If someone
20%
goals. You have mentioned that currently you are doing total SIP Year 2 15% is guaranteeing you returns, then
120%
of `6,000 per month. From next year, that is from October 2020, Year 3 15% he/she is fooling you. Even SEBI has
(-) 20%
you will increase the SIP for one year to ` 2,000 in each fund, Year 4 15% directed intermediaries that they
80%
which brings the total SIP to `12,000 per month. Then, for the Year 5 15% cannot guarantee returns. As the
(-) 49%
next year, that is from October 2021, you will increase the SIP products are market-linked and
for one year to `3,000 in each fund, which brings the total SIP to markets cannot be predicted, no one can guarantee you returns.
`18,000 per month. Thereafter, you will stop all the SIPs and
remain invested in those funds for the next 5 years. One more thing is that having an equity only portfolio is risky.
As the age-old adage goes, 'Never put all your eggs in one
Now let us find solution for your query. basket'. Likewise, don't invest all your investments in one asset
class. Inter-asset diversification is fine, but you also need to
Firstly, we would like to point out that you have held too may diversify across other assets based on your risk profile. Invest-
funds in each category, which is not actually required. This ment is something which comes into picture in the later part.
would result in over-diversification and may also pose concen- Initially, you need to streamline your cash flows, build an
tration risk as your collective stock allocation can be more emergency fund, manage your risks with insurance, start
towards a single stock. Let's take your small-cap funds, which investment for retirement and then move on to other financial
collectively invests in 140 stocks, and have major concentration goals or wealth creation. So, whatever advice or suggestion that
into financial and capital goods sector. So, for appropriate we have given is based on the fact that you have already done
diversification, you do not require more than two funds, which with the abovementioned things. It is always advisable to hire a
you have in the case of mid-cap funds. qualified financial planner and get all things right before starting
investment. DS

Readers are requested to send only one query at a time so that more readers get a chance. Have questions relating to any aspect of
personal finance. Ask DSIJ at editorial@DSIJ.in and get your queries resolved.

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Key To Databank
he following table lists top-ranked equity funds based on Category Rank: Category wise ranking as on Aug 26th 2019
DSIJ's proprietary research methodology. We have Scheme Name: This is the name of the mutual fund scheme
evaluated each funds underlying portfolio of stocks and NAV (`): Net asset value per unit of a mutual fund or an exchange-traded fund
ranked them based on their expected portfolio returns. In a similar (ETF) on a specific date
way we calculated the risk of a fund based on its constituents. This AUM (`Crore): This is the total market value of financial assets held by the mutual
helps us to ‘rank’ and assign ‘risk’ to newly launched funds also. fund scheme on a specific date.
We continuously evaluate equity funds based on the changed Weightage: Large-Cap: This is a percentage of total assets held by a fund in the
large-cap stocks as defined by AMFI for the current period.
ratings of their underlying stocks and the change in their prices.
Mid-Cap: This is a percentage of total assets held by a fund in mid-cap stocks as
Therefore, this list is quite dynamic and reflects the best possible
defined by AMFI for the current period.
return potential of the funds for the next one year. Small-Cap: This is a percentage of total assets held by a fund in small-cap stocks as
You can use this ranking to create your own mutual fund defined by AMFI for the current period.
portfolio. Depending on your risk profile, return expectations and Total No of Companies: This is a total number of securities held by a mutual fund
overall asset allocation, you can add the best performing fund scheme at the end of a specific month.
category to your portfolio. For clarity and to include more funds, Expenses Ratio: This is the latest expense ratio disclosed by the mutual fund scheme
we have not included ‘Direct’ and ‘close-ended’ funds. You can visit Return_1Years: This is the past one-year return given by the scheme.
our website (www.dsij.in/mutual-fund) to check the entire list Expected 1-yr return: This is based on our analysis of the portfolio of mutual fund
along with equity-oriented hybrid and close-ended funds. scheme and their expected growth in the next one year, assuming the underlying
remains the same.
This ranking can also be used for reviewing different holdings
Current Rank: Rank as on Aug 26th 2019
in your fund portfolio. Hence, a consistently laggard performer of a
Previous Rank of Aug 9th 2019 is shown under bracket ()
category can be looked at as 'Switch' or 'Exit' advice.
Risk : Risk as on Aug 26th 2019

Expense Return 1Expected


Category DSIJ Current
Weightage (%)
NAV
No of AUM
Scheme Name Companies Ratio (%) 1 Years yr return Rank Risk
Rank (`) (` Cr)
Large Cap Mid Cap Small Cap (%) (%) (26 Aug 19)
Equity - Large Cap
1 Franklin India Bluechip Fund - Growth 417.88 6628 89.50 1.96 0.00 34 1.86 -13.22 33.13 17 (13) Moderately High
2 Reliance Large Cap Fund 31.15 12261 80.44 12.85 4.79 45 1.86 -9.85 27.54 55 (78) Moderately High
3 HDFC Top 100 Fund - Regular Plan 455.26 17095 90.86 8.06 0.00 53 1.78 -5.05 25.12 103 (119) Moderately High
4 ICICI Prudential Bluechip Fund 39.71 21125 86.65 3.11 0.20 53 1.83 -6.87 23.36 135 (77) Moderate
5 DSP Top 100 Equity Fund 190.37 2353 93.33 3.03 1.66 42 2.16 -10.72 23.08 142 (128) Moderate
6 Aditya Birla Sun Life Frontline Equity Fund 208.22 20584 83.97 10.45 1.64 62 1.79 -9.21 21.91 163 (166) Moderate
7 Mirae Asset Large Cap Fund 48.13 13492 84.96 9.94 1.70 61 1.70 -4.40 21.73 169 (180) Moderate
8 SBI Equity Minimum Variance Fund 9.45 46 97.49 0.00 0.00 50 0.70 ** 21.44 172 (168) Moderately High
9 SBI Blue Chip Fund 36.98 21585 79.35 9.85 0.93 49 2.00 -6.89 20.09 199 (246) Moderately Low
10 Tata Large Cap Fund - Regular Plan 207.27 771 90.76 5.61 1.07 25 2.42 -6.57 19.91 205 (196) Moderate
11 Kotak Bluechip Fund - Regular Plan 220.30 1303 83.82 10.32 3.16 51 2.26 -7.77 18.98 243 (235) Moderate
12 Essel Large Cap Equity Fund 21.59 104 84.34 7.51 5.67 43 2.60 -8.12 18.75 247 (290) Moderate
13 Baroda Large Cap Fund 13.54 30 90.08 1.05 0.00 31 2.58 -8.94 18.44 255 (267) Moderately Low
Equity - Large & Mid Cap
1 ICICI Prudential Large & Mid Cap Fund 298.70 3465 51.37 36.33 3.29 58 1.99 -7.95 26.85 62 (52) Moderately Low
2 UTI Core Equity Fund 56.18 850 54.49 35.50 7.68 61 2.48 -13.21 26.63 65 (84) Moderately High
3 Canara Robeco Emerging Equities 84.63 4640 52.39 35.71 6.83 63 1.93 -14.39 25.74 86 (89) Moderate
4 SBI Large & Midcap Fund 202.76 2511 47.46 35.67 14.03 50 2.25 -8.24 25.42 95 (86) Moderately High
5 Franklin India Equity Advantage Fund 72.44 2499 55.93 35.08 4.01 49 2.05 -12.67 25.35 98 (75) Moderately High
6 Reliance Vision Fund 469.22 2690 62.36 35.63 0.00 49 2.06 -12.82 25.20 100 (173) Moderately High
7 IDFC Core Equity Fund 40.70 2749 51.46 34.01 10.43 69 2.00 -12.98 24.94 110 (63) Moderate
8 HDFC Growth Opportunities Fund - Regular Plan 103.41 1250 62.18 36.35 0.65 47 2.32 -10.06 24.11 122 (121) Moderately High
9 DSP Equity Opportunities Fund 206.04 5159 53.93 36.67 3.34 59 1.96 -8.46 22.91 144 (104) Moderately Low
10 Mirae Asset Emerging Bluechip Fund 50.45 7499 56.01 34.95 8.69 62 1.79 -3.04 22.69 150 (169) Moderately High
Others - Index Funds/ETFs
1 ICICI Prudential Bharat 22 ETF 32.31 7226 88.49 10.40 0.85 22 0.01 -13.57 34.75 12 (22) Moderate
2 Kotak PSU Bank ETF 238.03 62 64.72 30.87 4.40 12 0.49 -26.52 31.32 22 (79) High

() There are some blanks in the previous ranking column. This is because these funds were not in our last ranking
** These funds are yet to complete one year

Individual investors now hold a higher share of industry assets, i.e. 53.7% in July 2019, compared
with 51.9% in July 2018.

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Category Weightage (%) DSIJ Current
NAV AUM No of
Scheme Name Companies Ratio (%) 1 Years yr return Rank Risk
Rank (`) (` Cr)
Large Cap Mid Cap Small Cap (%) (%) (26 Aug 19)
3 Reliance ETF PSU Bank BeES 264.74 146 64.66 30.85 4.39 12 0.51 -26.32 31.30 23 (81) High
4 DSP Equal Nifty 50 Fund 8.93 105 99.61 0.00 0.00 50 0.90 -14.24 29.11 34 (50) Moderately High
5 IDBI Nifty Junior Index Fund 19.16 48 89.12 10.22 0.00 50 1.05 -16.73 27.99 44 (31) Moderately High
6 UTI Nifty Next 50 Index Fund 9.03 394 89.50 10.26 0.00 50 1.06 -16.97 27.94 45 (33) Moderately High
7 SBI ETF Nifty Next 50 259.89 265 89.51 10.26 0.00 50 0.30 -16.24 27.93 46 (34) Moderately High
8 UTI Nifty Next 50 Exchange Traded Fund 259.85 240 89.48 10.26 0.00 50 0.15 -16.09 27.93 46 (34) Moderately High
9 Reliance ETF Junior BeES 262.47 1129 89.45 10.25 0.00 50 0.15 -16.33 27.92 48 (31) Moderately High
10 ICICI Prudential Nifty Next 50 Index Fund 22.48 476 89.24 10.22 0.00 50 0.85 -16.88 27.86 49 (39) Moderately High
11 ICICI Prudential Midcap Select ETF 57.97 32 24.79 74.66 0.00 30 0.47 -18.67 27.80 50 (26) Moderately High
12 Aditya Birla Sun Life Nifty Next 50 ETF 253.99 75 89.18 10.25 0.00 50 0.05 0.00 27.80 50 (49) Moderately High
13 DSP Nifty Next 50 Index Fund 9.78 28 88.98 10.19 0.00 50 0.60 0.00 27.78 52 (36) Moderately High
14 SBI ETF Nifty Bank 272.78 3042 96.37 3.60 0.00 12 0.30 -3.45 26.24 73 (92) Moderately Low
15 Reliance ETF Bank BeES 2,753.28 6439 96.30 3.60 0.00 12 0.19 -3.47 26.22 74 (91) Moderately Low
16 ICICI Prudential Bank ETF 270.16 180 96.17 3.59 0.00 12 0.16 ** 26.18 77 () Moderately Low
17 Reliance ETF Nifty Midcap 150 56.18 123 6.26 89.11 4.29 149 0.31 ** 25.75 85 (71) High
18 LIC MF Exchange Traded Fund - Nifty 100 113.39 310 98.38 1.36 0.00 101 0.25 -7.05 20.63 189 (181) Moderate
19 HDFC Index Nifty 50 Plan - Regular Plan 98.92 804 100.20 0.00 0.00 50 0.30 -5.59 19.61 210 (222) Moderate
20 ICICI Prudential Nifty Index Fund 104.96 372 100.14 0.00 0.00 50 0.45 -5.93 19.60 211 (219) Moderate
Equity - Sectoral/Thematic
1 Reliance Power & Infra Fund 87.90 1314 29.77 11.66 55.89 39 2.27 -13.43 39.98 2 (8) High
2 ICICI Prudential India Opportunities Fund 9.30 1871 61.72 20.70 5.96 33 2.25 ** 39.18 3 (10) Moderately High
3 IDFC Infrastructure Fund 12.96 833 39.27 15.87 43.38 40 2.32 -20.93 38.85 5 (7) High
4 HSBC Infrastructure Equity Fund 13.96 90 35.15 16.17 46.68 38 2.56 -28.85 37.34 6 (17) High
5 Franklin Build India Fund 37.51 1195 69.56 2.86 19.88 35 2.19 -8.45 35.50 10 (12) Moderately High
6 DSP Natural Resources and New Energy Fund 26.63 348 81.22 6.12 1.06 20 2.51 -20.94 35.06 11 (30) High
7 Franklin India Opportunities Fund 66.73 565 70.44 8.76 13.24 34 2.53 -12.52 34.75 12 (6) Moderately High
8 Aditya Birla Sun Life Infrastructure Fund 27.15 524 26.16 33.84 37.87 52 2.58 -19.53 33.83 16 (38) Moderately High
9 ICICI Prudential Exports and Services Fund 53.20 720 60.92 18.28 8.29 24 2.51 -11.05 31.84 19 (29) Moderate
10 ICICI Prudential Infrastructure Fund 46.12 1157 54.30 7.46 35.32 50 2.35 -8.58 30.45 27 (61) Moderately High
11 UTI Transportation and Logistic Fund 80.61 1186 65.15 18.92 13.73 37 2.52 -32.61 29.35 31 (14) Moderately High
12 SBI PSU Fund 9.09 159 54.99 17.28 18.66 19 2.91 -15.12 29.01 35 (153) Moderately High
13 Invesco India PSU Equity Fund 16.05 59 69.44 18.96 8.24 16 2.48 -8.29 27.71 53 (59) Moderately High
14 ICICI Prudential Banking and Financial Services 59.25 3185 59.26 18.23 13.91 30 2.24 -7.04 27.52 56 (68) Moderately Low
15 UTI Banking & Financial Services Fund 87.99 620 75.51 12.67 10.57 22 2.73 -15.20 26.51 68 (87) Moderate
16 HDFC Infrastructure Fund - Regular Plan