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|Live BSE Quotes||Sep 26, 2016 (Close)|
|Price (Rs)696.70||Open (Rs) 711.00||High (Rs) 711.00||Low (Rs) 688.65|
|% Change-1.71||Volume 20,440||Value (Rs) 14,268,284||52-Week H/L 796.25 / 348.00|
|Live NSE Quotes||Sep 26, 2016 (Close)|
|Price (Rs)697.80||Open (Rs) 704.00||High (Rs) 709.85||Low (Rs) 687.20|
|% Change-1.35||Volume 124,931||Value (Rs) 87,316,871||52-Week H/L 797.40 / 346.20|
|EPS (Rs)* 20.03||P/E Ratio (x) 34.78||Market Cap (Rs m) 63,385.77||P/BV (x) 5.41|
|*Trailing 12 months earnings, excluding extraordinary / exceptional items.||BSE Sensex | CNX Nifty|
Shriram Transport Finance (STFC) declared its results for the first quarter of the financial year (1QFY17). On a standalone basis, the institution grew its net interest income by 18.5% YoY and the profits increased by 16.5% YoY in 1QFY16.
HDFC declared its results for the first quarter (1QFY17). The institution has reported 7.5% YoY growth in net interest income while net profits have grown by a steep 37.5% YoY during 1QFY17.
Power Finance Corporation (PFC) declared its results for the fourth quarter of financial year 2015-16 (4QFY16) and full year FY16. The institution has reported a flat 0.8% YoY growth in net interest income and 19% YoY fall in net profits.
Shriram Transport Finance (STFC) declared its results for the fourth quarter of the financial year (4QFY16). On a standalone basis, the institution grew its net interest income by 31% YoY and the profits fell by 54.6% YoY in 4QFY16. For FY16, the profits for the company fell by 4.8% YoY.
declared its results for the fourth quarter (4QFY16). The institution has reported 6.9% YoY growth in net interest income while net profits have grown by a modest 53.9% YoY during 4QFY16. Here is our analysis of the results.More Views on News
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