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List of Aluminium Stocks 

Here are the latest stock price details of India's top Aluminium stocks. For more detailed updates, read our Aluminium sector report and check the latest Aluminium sector results.

» Result Scoreboard | Best Performing Stocks | Refresh
HINDALCO 398.80 1.49% 398.80 1.54%
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NALCO 77.38 -0.72% 77.35 -0.71%
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NIFTY 50 Not Listed 17,076.90 -0.44%
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S&P BSE METAL 19,129.39 0.24% Not Listed
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S&P BSE SENSEX 57,925.28 -0.50% Not Listed
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BSE prices: March 23, 2023  (Close)    NSE prices: March 23, 2023  (Close)

Aluminium Stocks Update

Within the Aluminium sector, the top gainer was HINDALCO (up 1.5%). On the other hand, NALCO (down 0.7%) was the top loser.

Meanwhile, the benchmark S&P BSE SENSEX was at 57,925.3 (down 0.5%).

What else is happening in the markets today? Dig in...


Which are the top aluminium companies in India?

Based on marketcap, these are the top aluminium companies in India:

You can see the full list of aluminium stocks here.

Which are the top gainers and top losers within the aluminium sector today?

Within the Aluminium sector, the top gainers was HINDALCO (up 1.5%). On the other hand, NALCO (down 0.7%) was among the top losers.

For more, please visit the BSE metal index live chart.

How should you value aluminium companies?

Investing in stocks requires careful analysis of financial data to find out a company's true worth. However, an easier way to find out about a company's performance is to look at its financial ratios.

Two commonly used financial ratios used in the valuation of stocks are -

Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E) - It compares the company's stock price with its earnings per share. The higher the P/E ratio, the more expensive the stock.

Price to Book Value Ratio (P/BV) - It compares a firm's market capitalization to its book value. A high P/BV indicates markets believe the company's assets to be undervalued and vice versa.

To know more about the aluminium sector's past and ongoing performance, have a look at the performance of the NIFTY metal Index and BSE metal Index.

Which are some important indices one should track?

Well, it depends on what your goals are.

Having said that, the two key indices to track are the BSE Sensex which contains the list of BSE 30 stocks and the NSE Nifty which contains the list of NSE 50 stocks.

However, these two indices are considered to be too narrow by some, since they only track 30 and 50 stocks, respectively.

For broader tracking, you could use the BSE 200, BSE 500 or even the NSE 500 index.

Some popular market cap based indices include BSE Smallcap index and BSE Midcap index, among others.

Which important sectoral indices should one track?

It depends on one's specific interests and investment goals.

Some popular sectoral indices to track in addition to the broader market indices are Nifty IT index, Nifty realty index, Nifty metal index and Nifty FMCG index.

It's important to research and understand the industries and companies included in each sectoral index to make informed investment decisions.

Today's Market

Sensex Today Ends 290 Points Lower | Hindustan Aeronautics Slips 5% | SBI & Asian Paints Top Losers Sensex Today Ends 290 Points Lower | Hindustan Aeronautics Slips 5% | SBI & Asian Paints Top Losers(Closing)

After making a flat start, Indian share markets swung between gains and losses as the session progressed but fell sharply during closing hours.