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|Live BSE Quotes||Dec 7, 2016 03:39:00 PM|
|Price (Rs)447.00||Open (Rs) 438.00||High (Rs) 449.85||Low (Rs) 438.00|
|% Change2.26||Volume 172,136||Value (Rs) 76,944,792||52-Week H/L 485.95 / 212.00|
|Live NSE Quotes||Dec 7, 2016 3:24:59 PM|
|Price (Rs)447.95||Open (Rs) 441.60||High (Rs) 449.90||Low (Rs) 440.00|
|% Change2.20||Volume 3,679,473||Value (Rs) 1,643,657,384||52-Week H/L 486.40 / 211.72|
|EPS (Rs)* 53.11||P/E Ratio (x) 8.42||Market Cap (Rs m) 454,098.81||P/BV (x) 2.62|
|*Trailing 12 months earnings, excluding extraordinary / exceptional items.||BSE Sensex | CNX Nifty|
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The Indian share markets continue to trade flat with positive bias during the noon trading session ahead of the Reserve Bank's policy review meet. Sectoral indices are trading on a mixed note with auto, PSU, oil & gas stocks leading the pack of gainers.
HPCL has reported 18.6% YoY decline in the topline and losses worth Rs 3.2 bn at the bottomline level in the quarter ended June 2015.
GAIL (India) Ltd has announced results for the quarter ended September 2016. The company has reported 16 % year on year (YoY) decline in sales, while bottom-line grew 180% YoY.
ONGC has announced results for the quarter ended September 2016. The company has reported 10.3 % year on year (YoY) decline in sales, while bottom-line grew 6.3% YoY.
GAIL (India) Ltd has announced results for the quarter ended June 2016. The company has reported 14.6 % year on year (YoY) decline in sales, while bottom-line grew 244% YoY. Here is a brief summary of the results.
BPCL has reported 3.1% decline in the topline and 11% growth in the bottomline for the year ended June 2016.More Views on News
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