The inventory opened at Rs 75.95 and touched an intraday excessive and low of Rs 78.35 and Rs 75.85, respectively, within the session up to now. Shares of the corporate of BHEL quoted a 52-week excessive of Rs 78.5 and a 52-week low of Rs 26.75.
Total market cap of the Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd stood at Rs 26916.35 crore on the time of scripting this report.
The firm reported consolidated web gross sales of Rs 4532.39 crore for the quarter ended 31-Dec-2020, up 19.49 per cent from earlier quarter’s Rs 3793.13 crore and up 22.23 per cent from the year-ago quarter’s Rs 5827.74 crore. The web loss for contemporary quarter stood at Rs 217.44 crore.
As of 31-Mar-2021, home institutional buyers held 1.33 per cent stake within the firm, whereas international institutional buyers held 4.47 per cent and the promoters 63.17 per cent.
According to BSE information, the inventory traded at a P/E a number of of -8.43 and a price-to-book ratio of 0.25. The next P/E ratio exhibits buyers are prepared to pay the next value due to higher future development expectations. Price-to-book worth signifies the inherent worth of an organization and is the measure of the worth that buyers are able to pay even for no development within the enterprise.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. belongs to the Capital Goods – Power trade.