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|Live BSE Quotes||Feb 23, 2017 (Close)|
|Price (Rs)65.80||Open (Rs) 64.30||High (Rs) 66.35||Low (Rs) 64.20|
|% Change1.62||Volume 246,308||Value (Rs) 16,139,324||52-Week H/L 79.35 / 32.55|
|Live NSE Quotes||Feb 23, 2017 (Close)|
|Price (Rs)65.80||Open (Rs) 64.80||High (Rs) 66.35||Low (Rs) 64.15|
|% Change1.70||Volume 1,114,900||Value (Rs) 73,081,241||52-Week H/L 79.45 / 32.50|
|EPS (Rs)* 2.36||P/E Ratio (x) 27.89||Market Cap (Rs m) 169,582.39||P/BV (x) 1.31|
|*Trailing 12 months earnings, excluding extraordinary / exceptional items.||BSE Sensex | CNX Nifty|
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Global stock markets ended the week on a mixed note. Stock markets in Germany and China were the biggest gainers, with gains of 1.7% and 1.6% respectively. Further, Indian stock markets were also up by 1.5%. However, the UK and Brazil share markets were marginally down by 0.6% and 0.5%, respectively.
Hindalco Industries has reported a 14.5% YoY increase in the topline while the bottomline came at Rs 3.2 billion.
SAIL has reported a 21.4% YoY increase in the topline while the bottomline reported a loss of Rs 7.31 billion.
Tata Steel has reported a 0.1% increase in the topline while the bottomline was in red in 2QFY17.
Hindalco Industries has reported a 1.1% YoY increase in the topline while the bottomline has accelerated by 255.4% YoY.
Hindustan Zinc has reported an 11% decline in the topline while the bottomline has declined by 15.4%.More Views on News
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