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Vol. 30 No. 17 July 27 - Aug 9, 2015

Equity Market

Market View

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Cover Story

p10

Recommendations
Choice Scrip

p11

Low Priced Scrip

p12

Hot Chips

p14

New Issue Analysis

p15

Special Report
Rbi In Balancing Act To Manage GrowthInation Conict

p18

STOCK

The cover story takes a look at how various


factors have affected the Indian equity markets
and what lies in store

58
Time To Log Into Bourses?

p20

& DVR
p22

Mutual Funds

In Focus

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Brokers Blurb

p58

Regulars

Wealth Creation

57

Commodities

p57

Editors Keyboard

p06

Company Index

p07

Trackpad

p08

Query Board

p60

Our Call Tracker

p65

Kerbside

p66

From The Editors Keyboard


INDIA: THE PREFERRED
INVESTMENT DESTINATION
extension of the session by one more week, but it will be
done in this session. The opposition party and especially
Congress will vehemently oppose this but they should play a
role of a constructive opposition and in the interest of
country they should get this bill passed.

he monsoon session of parliament started last week and as


expected, it remained stormy due to various controversies
surrounding the government. The first two days of session
was adjourned without conducting any meaningful business. The
session is schedule to continue till August 13 and there are almost
32 bills to be passed. Out of all these pending bills two remained
most important. First is the, Right to Fair Compensation and
Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (Second) Bill, 2015 and second is The Goods and
Services Tax (GST) Bill. The passing of both of these bills are
important from the economic growth perspective as they will help
to accelerate the economic growth. The GST bill is the most
important reform in the indirect taxation since independence,
which will subsume all the central and state indirect taxes and
levies like excise, service tax, and other local taxes. According to
various studies implementation of bill will help to boost the Indian
economic growth by 1-1.5 per cent.

Now the question is that is it possible to pass this bill in this session
so that it can be implemented on schedule that is from 1 April,
2016, which was announced by the Finance Minister in his budget
speech. Since it is a Constitution Amendment Bill, the bill has to
be approved by two-third members in the Rajya Sabha. At first
glance it seems that once again there will be a washout and GST
will not pass in this session. However, the Rajya Sabha select
committee on GST cleared its draft report by supporting the larger
points proposed by the government in the bill and by
recommending a liberal compensation package for states. This will
help them to win support of the regional parties such as BJD, SP,
BSP and JD (U). Therefore, I am of the opinion that with certain
changes the bill may be passed in this session. This may entail

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Once this bill is passed, it will act as booster dose to the


market and the frontline indices will touch their life time
highs sooner than expected. Its not only the domestic
investors; even the foreign investors will come in drove to
take benefit of growing India. As we look around the world
arena, India gives the best investment opportunity. India
will be the fastest growing major economy in the world and
I am not talking about this year or for next five years but I
believe the growth story will run for decades. What also
gives me confidence is the vision and determination of the
man who is currently leading India, Prime Minister,
Narendra Modi. India always had growth opportunity,
nevertheless, we lacked in terms of leadership who can exploit that
opportunity. Now that the vacuum is filled we may see India
growing at its potential growth rate.
Major global events such as current crisis in eurozone and steep
fall in Chinese equity indices may attract a temporary reaction,
however, in long term I do not see these events impacting severely
to Indian market. Our cover story this time elaborates how global
as well as domestic events are shaping up and how are they going
to impact us. The story also has eight recommendations and you
can add few of them depending upon your risk profile and
portfolio construction.
One of the market triggers that we are approaching is RBIs
bi-monthly policy meeting on August 4. What we can expect from
this meeting is explained by J. Moses Harding, Group CEO & Chief
Economist SREI Infrastructure Finance in one of our guest column.
Elsewhere we are also carrying special report on Gold, which is
trading at its five year low. The report explains if it is right time to
invest in gold or equity remained the preferred asset class for
investment. We are carrying other special report on DVRs and
how you should invest in them. Hope the issue will give you the
holistic view on the future course of market and take right
investment decision. Please do send us your feedback on
comment@dsij.in

V B PADODE
Editor-in-Chief

Vol. 30. No. 17 July 27 - Aug 9, 2015

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SMART SUGGESTION

I read the article about the Smart City Mission


and how it is going to transform the nation and
especially the whole urbanisation in India and
found it quite interesting. I also like the
recommendation along with the story and
themes like this help readers like us to invest
in right stocks at right time. Request you to
keep capturing such themes.
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Commodities: Naveen Mathur
Tax: Jayesh Dadia

Reply: Thanks for writing in. We will try to capture


theme like this in future too that will benefit our readers.

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Recos
 Company/Scheme

Reco.

Apar Industries

 Hold

Price
(`)

368.00

Column

Page
No

QueryBoard

61
66

Ashiana Housing

 Buy

22.40

Kerbside

BEML

 BP

1502.00

Reviews

64

CERA Sanitaryware

 Buy

2024.00

Cover Story

53

Exide Industries

 Buy

153.00

Cover Story

53

Garware-Wall Ropes

 Buy

266.00

Hot Chips

14

Gateway Distriparks

 Buy

335.00

Cover Story

54

Gokaldas Exports

 Buy

400.00

Kerbside

66

HDFC Bank

 Buy

1114.00

Choice Scrip

11

ITC

 Buy

315.00

Cover Story

54

Just Dial

 Buy

1107.00

Cover Story

55

L&T Finance Holdings

 Buy

73.00

Low Priced Scrip

12

Nandan Denim

 BP

110.00

Reviews

64

Prestige Estate Projects

 Buy

223.00

Cover Story

55

Rajesh Exports

 BPP

483.00

QueryBoard

61

RSWM

 Buy

323.00

Hot Chips

14

Sahyadri Industries

 BPP

106.00

QueryBoard

60

Saregama India

 BPP

415.00

QueryBoard

60

Shriram City Union Finance

 Buy

1657.00

Cover Story

56

Simplex Infrastructures

 Hold

387.00

QueryBoard

62

SPIC

 Buy

222.35

Kerbside

66

Symphony

 Buy

1876.00

Cover Story

56

Transpek Industry

 Buy

72.35

Kerbside

66

Vardhman Textiles

 BPP

724.00

QueryBoard

62

BP - Book Prot BPP - Book Partial Prots BL - Book Loss


JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

Trackpad Wassup
Radio Mirchi Gets MIB Nod To
Acquire Oye FMs Four Stations

Cyient Acquires Asian Engineering


Services Unit Of Pratt & Whitney

ntertainment Network (India) (ENIL), the parent body of


Radio Mirchi, got approval from the information and
broadcasting (I&B) ministry for purchase of four radio
stations from TV Today Network (TVTN). Two months ago, the
I&B ministry had declined approval on the grounds that the
proposed transaction was not in conformity with FM radio
guidelines. The company has now got the approval to purchase
Oye FMs four radio stations in Amritsar, Jodhpur, Patiala and
Shimla. No clearance has been received; it seems, for Oye FMs
stations in the lucrative metros of Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata.

yient which earns 35.8 per cent of its revenue from aerospace
and the defence sector, has acquired Global Services
Engineering-Asia, an engineering and repair unit of the
US-based aircraft engine manufacturer Pratt and Whitney Services
Pte. The acquisition fits into its long term growth strategy in
aerospace and defence sectors. Asia Pacific contributes 12 per cent to
Cyients global revenue. The region grew 27.8 per cent annually in
the latest quarter. This is the fourth acquisition by Cyient, which had
cash reserves of `661.4 crore at the end of the June quarter. It
acquired a majority stake in Mysuru-based electronics system design
and manufacturing services company, Rangsons Electronics, in
January. It acquired US-based Softential Inc in March last year
followed by purchase of 51 per cent in data analytics start-up, Invati
Insights, in an all-cash transaction in August.

Force Motors Sets Up Plant To


Assemble BMW Engines

une-based Force Motors has formally inaugurated


a `200-crore facility at Singaperumalkoil that will
manufacture and test engines for the German
luxury carmaker BMW. It can produce up to 20,000
units premium engines every year. The capacity can be
further increased up to 50,000 units as demand
increases. The company, which now has 15
manufacturing facilities across its group in the country,
has a turnover of `1,000 crore from OEM supply
business. The company expects to triple its revenue to
`3,000 crore in next three years. As per mangment, this
is the first outsourced plant globally for BMW. Nobody
(No other manufacturer) has done this before. Force
Motors is the first company in the world to do
powertrains for both Mercedes (Benz) and BMW.

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Now Plan To Transfer Fertilizer Subsidy Directly

fter successfully executing the direct subsidy transfer of LPG to consumers, the government
is now planning to transfer fertilizer subsidy directly to farmers and is making
arrangements to undertake this plan as various challenges are there to implement this
proposal. In a written reply to Lok Sabha, Minister of State for Chemicals & Fertilizers Shri Hansraj
Gangaram Ahir said, The government proposes direct fertilizer subsidy transfer to farmers bank
account. About the stiff challenges he said, A major challenge in operationalizing this scheme lies
in identification of beneficiary farmers as in many states the land records are neither accurate nor
updated.
That being the reason, the Department of Fertilizer is pushing this plan in a phased manner and a
roadmap is being prepared for a pilot in selected district to anyhow capture the details and identity
of buyers with instruments like Aadhar and land details. From this a comprehensive database will
be built of farmers to whom subsidy would be transferred. The minister also informed that the
department has made mandatory for all the indigenous producers of urea to produce 100 per cent
as Neem Coated Urea (NCU). It is important to note that NCU cannot be used for industrial
purposes, so illegal diversion of subsidized urea to non-agricultural uses would not be possible.
This has been to done to plug subsidy leakages.

No Plan To Privatise Major


Airports

Domestic Oil And Gas Production


Declines During 1st Quarter

he NDA government doesnt have any plan to


privatize any of the major airports of the country
as reported in some section of the media. To a
question in Rajya Sabha, Minister of State for Civil
Aviation, Mahesh Sharma, gave a written reply that
Government has no proposal and plans to privatize
some of the major airports in the country including
Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad etc. On the
other hand Airport Authority of India (AAI) has issued
request for proposals to undertake the operations of the
airport. The government intends to undertake the
operation, management and development of Chennai,
Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Jaipur airports through Public
Private Partnership (PPP), he added. In last three years
all these four airports revenue has constantly increased
with Chennai airport remaining the highest revenue
generating airport earning `1022.80 crore during FY15.

t a time when production of


crude and natural gas
production is climbing
northward across the globe owing to
shale gas piling up, domestic
production on both crude oil and gas
is constantly declining in the country.
As per the latest data released by
Ministry of Petroleum and Natural
Gas, crude oil production during
June 2015 remained at 3101.005
TMT, which is 0.67 per cent lower than the production during
June 2014. At the same time cumulative production during
first quarter of 2015 also declined by 0.86 per cent to9305.507
TMT as against corresponding period last year. Interestingly
during this period production remained high by 2.66 per cent
than the target set by the government as production usually
declines by ageing field. On the other hand, natural gas
production dipped further during June 2015 to 2722.925
MMSCM showing a drop of 5.93 per cent over June 2014,
whereas cumulative natural gas production during AprilJune, 2015 was 8244.567 MMSCM which is 4.20 per cent
lower than the production during corresponding period of
last year. Interestingly ONGC and Oil Indias crude
production remained buoyant during first quarter, showing a
marginal growth of 1.17 per cent and 0.18 per cent
respectively but private sector companies remained a drag
showing a decline of 4.82 per cent.
JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

Market View

Equity

Corporate Earnings Season to Create Volatility

uring last fortnight, the


equity markets across all
over the globe seem to be
strong and showing good
traction. The Indian market
too showed good appreciation and the
Indian indices such as Sensex, Nifty,
Midcap index and Small cap index surged
by almost 3 per cent during the fortnight.
The IT stocks made smart move and the IT
index surged by almost 7 per cent during
the period. The rate sensitive sectors such
as Auto and Bank too showed good up
move and their respective indices surged by
almost 3 per cent. The foreign institutional
investors bought Indian equities worth of
Rs 3026 per cent during the same period.
On European markets front, the logjam
over Greece debt issue seems to be fading as
the European creditors were ready to give
conditional bailout for next three years. The
bailout allowed Greek banks to reopen and
enabled to avoid the Grexit from Euro. The
European markets showed good traction
during the fortnight. The Spanish index
CAC 40 surged by about 11 per cent during
the period and topped in major indices.
The German index DAX surged by almost
8.7 per cent over diminishing risk. The UK
index FTSE 100 surged by more than 5 per
cent during the fortnight after the Greece
bail out.
Meanwhile gold showed a considerable
correction during last few trading sessions.
On last Wednesday, the gold witnessed the
10th day loss which is longest run of losses
since 1996 and the market experts
predicted further correction in the gold.
The correction in gold was predominantly
due to a lack of safe-haven interest after
Greece debt crisis and Chinas market slide.
Further, the recent weakness is shown in
commodities over the expectations of US
Feds chances to raise interest rates later this
year.
On US markets front, the markets showed
volatility over the fortnight and showed

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positive biased over the Greece debt crisis


easing and corporate earnings season. The
Dow Jone Industrial Average surged just 1
per cent during the fortnight. However, the
S&P 500 and NASDAQ indices closed up
almost by 2 and 3.5 per cent respectively.

step towards infrastructural development


in the country, the central government
may include a fresh section in Land
Bill to allow state governments have the
provision of a consent clause and social
impact assessment while implementing
the law. The government is taking every
On domestic front, the government is
step to speed up the process of passing the
making all its efforts to make market
Land bill in the parliament. The recently
participants happy and create bullishness
started June quarter earnings season is
to start investment cycle. In a major move
expected to create volatility across the
to give confidence to private players, the
domestic market. Further, the market
central and state governments are taking
participants are too keeping watch on
constructive administrative steps to roll
the reserve banks bi-monthly meeting
out Goods and Service Tax and meet the
and expecting some respirator on
deadline of April 1, 2016. Further, on a major monetary front.

International Markets
Indices
Dow Jones Ind

22nd July
2015

8th July
2015

Gain/
Loss (%)

17,919

17,777

0.8

S&P 500

2,119

2,081

1.8

NASDAQ

5,170

4,997

3.4

FTSE 100

6,769

6,432

5.2

11,605

10,677

8.7

5,107

4,605

10.9

Hang Seng

25,283

23,517

7.5

Nikkei

20,594

19,738

4.3

4,026

3,507

14.8

DAX
CAC 40

Shanghai

FII Investment In Equity Markets (`/Cr)

Performance Of Indices
Indices
SENSEX
Nifty
Mid-Cap
Small-Cap
Auto
Bankex
FMCG
IT
Metal
Power
Realty

22nd July
2015

8th July
2015

Gain/
Loss (%)

28,505
8,634
11,235
11,676
19076
21789
7878
11142
8932
2115
1365

27,688
8,363
10,877
11,351
18,541
21,207
7,800
10,398
8,834
2,043
1,421

3.0
3.2
3.3
2.9
2.9
2.7
1.0
7.2
1.1
3.5
-3.9

Date

Purchase

Sell

Net Invt.

08-Jul-15

3898

3602

296

09-Jul-15

6953

7291

-338

10-Jul-15

3734

3985

-251

13-Jul-15

5048

5387

-338

14-Jul-15

3475

2923

552

15-Jul-15

3152

2846

305

16-Jul-15

3378

2866

511

17-Jul-15

3239

2484

755

20-Jul-15

3630

2726

904

21-Jul-15

3289

2499

790

DS

Recommendations
HDFC Bank

CHOICE

S C R I P

POCKET PROFITS
1 Ye a r I n ve st m e n t H o r i zo n

HERE IS WHY
Strong Financial performance over last 5 years
Proposal to merge with its parent company HDFC
Company has good value proposition with healthy growth
and good asset quality
Best of LAST ONE Year
Name of
Company

Reco
Price (`)

CMP
(`)

Gain
(%)

TVS Motor Company

115.00

258.00

124.35

Bharat Forge

563.00

1089.00

93.43

CCL Products

114.00

206.00

80.70

Dhanuka Agritech

388.00

599.00

54.38

Castrol India

349.00

487.00

39.54

(Closing price as of July 21, 2015)

Monthly Stock Market Returns


15

BSE Code: 500180


CMP: `1114
FV: `2
BSE Volume: 2,73,643
Date: 22/07/2015

10

he public sector banks as


well as private sector banks
are struggling with low credit
growth and bad asset quality
for last couple of years. Now,
the government has already started its
public spending to give boost to Indian
economy, we expect the financial sectors
and specifically banks will show good
momentum. Here is the fundamentally
strong bank with stable asset quality.
HDFC Bank is the countrys second largest
private sector lender and well positioned
across Indias consumption story. The bank
has healthy proportion of CASA (current &
savings) deposits. Bank has healthy margins
which has remained stable across interest
rate and economic cycles. The non funded
revenue (other income) of the bank is also
very strong almost 29 per cent of its net
revenue in FY15. The HDFC Bank has
healthy asset quality including specific
provision cover at 74 per cent of NPAs and
total coverage ratio over 150 per cent.
Banks NPA ratio is lower than its last 10
year average even in current challenging
environment.

During FY15, HDFC Bank posted very


strong financial numbers. Banks Net
Interest Income rose by 21.2 per cent to
`223957 crore against 184826 in FY14.

Promoter

21.60

FII

32.50

DII

10.50

Others

35.40

-5
2014

2015

Net Revenues increased by 19 per cent in


FY15 compared to FY14, and the profit
after tax stood at `10216 crore on
standalone basis compared to 8478 crore in
FY14. Over last five years, the ROA of Bank
has improved considerably from 1.6 per
cent in FY11 to 2 per cent in FY15. The
Earning Per Share (EPS) of the bank
increased by 19.89 per cent CAGR from
FY11 to FY15. The consolidated net profit
of the bank rose by 21.64 per cent CAGR,
to `10700 crore in FY15 against `4018 crore
in FY11.
In recent quarter (Q1FY16), HDFC Bank
reported Net interest income growth of
23.5 per cent on yearly basis, from `5,172
crore to `6389 crore. The gross nonperforming assets increased marginal to
0.95 per cent vs 0.93 per cent and net NPA
rose to 0.27 per cent as against 0.25 per cent
in the previous quarter. Asset quality
remains stable, strong retail segment
growth, 25 per cent Y-o-Y, shored up both
overall loans and fee income by 22 per cent
on yearly basis.
Considering good quality assets, the
HDFC Banks stock is traded at slightly
higher PE ratio of 25.81x times its
trailing twelve months EPS of `42.56 per
equity share compared to its peers such as
Axis Bank, ICICI Bank and Yes Bank are
trading at PE multiple of 18.66x, 14.76x and
16.91x times their respective EPS. The
HDFC and HDFC Bank are planning to
merge both the entities in a single entity.
This merger makes sense in long-run, such
a transaction can create the countrys
second largest financial sector institution
after state-run State Bank of India. Hence
we recommend our readers to buy
DS
this stock.

Note: The stocks recommended under this section are fundamentally strong stocks. However investors are advised to wait for the
correct opportunity to enter these stocks considering the market sentiment right now.
Last Five Quarters (`/Cr)
Shareholding Pattern
Particulars
Jun-15 Mar-15 Dec-14 Sep-14 Jun-14
31/03/2015

Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul

Equity

Total

100

Interest Earned

14,041

13,006

12,396

11,848

Other Income

2,462

2,564

2,535

2,047

11,220
1,851

Operating Prot

4,850

4,722

4,779

4,060

3,844

Provision & Taxes

2,154

1,915

1,984

1,679

1,611

Net Prot

2,696

2,807

2,795

2,381

2,233

502

501

483

483

482

Equity Share Capital

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Recommendations

and net NPA to 1.98 per cent from 2.29 per


cent over the previous year quarter. Provision
coverage ratio improved to NPAs at 44 per
cent at end March 2015 from 28 per cent at
end March 2014.

L&T Finance Holdings

FINANCING GAIN

&T Finance Holdings (LTFH) is a


well-diversified NBFC having
wide presence in both retail and
infrastructure segments. The
company has a strong parentage
and highly qualified management team
which has significant experience in
evaluating long-gestation infrastructure
projects. It consciously de-risked its balance
sheet in both retail and infrastructure
portfolio and has identified select segments
to pursue profitable growth.

PRICED SCRIP

1 Year Investment Horizon

HERE IS WHY
Asset quality has been improved over the last one year
Target to achieve a healthy asset growth of 25 per cent
for FY16
Trying to narrow RoE gap with peers in next two years
Best of LAST ONE Year
Name of
Company

Reco
Price (`)

CMP
(`)

Gain
(%)

IFB Industries

87.00

498.00

472.41

Sangam (India)

55.00

193.00

250.91

Prima Plastics

31.00

78.00

151.61

DCB Bank

64.00

132.00

106.25

25.50

59.38

Manali Petrochemical
16.00
(Closing price as of July 21, 2015)

Monthly Stock Market Returns


BSE Code: 533519
CMP: `73
FV: `10
BSE Volume: 7,54,839
Date: 22/07/2015

LTFH reported 20 per cent growth in the


consolidated net profit to `710.8 crore FY15
excluding exceptional gain of `144 crore on
sale of investment in City Union Bank. The
profit growth has been aided by healthy
margins, increased fee income, stable opex
and improvement in asset quality. The net
interest income grew 32.6 per cent at `2628.4
crore as against `1982 crore corresponding
period of last year due to Net Interest
Margins (NIMs) has improved by 20 bps to
5.7 per cent in FY15. LTFHs asset quality has
been on a restoration path after suffering
deterioration during FY10-FY14. Gross NPA
and Net NPA have shown a significant
improvement due to robust collections and
judicious sale of certain stress assets to asset
reconstruction companies (ARCs). Gross
NPA during the quarter under review
declined to 3.01 per cent against 3.18 per cent

Shareholding Pattern
(31/03/2015)
Promoters

72.93

FII's

3.59

DII

1.54

-5

Others

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Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul
2014

12

Loans grew 18 per cent to `47232 crore at end


March 2015 over `40,082 crore at end March
2014, led by healthy disbursement growth of
25 per cent in key focus areas i.e. B2C
products - tractors, two wheelers, housing
and microfinance in the retail business and
operational projects in the sectors of
renewable power and roads in the wholesale
business. B2C products constitute 57 per cent
of the total loan outstanding in the retail
business, while operating projects account for
47 per cent of the total loan outstanding in
the wholesale business. The company has
focused on diversifying sources of funds. It
has increased proportion of market
borrowings, while reduced the share of banks
borrowing from 47 per cent in FY14 to 33 in
FY2015.
The investment management business
clocked a 23 per cent growth in Average
Assets Under Management (AAUM) to close
the year at `22497 crore compared to `18255
crore for the same period last year. Equity
assets surged 78 per cent to `8774
comprising 39 per cent of total AAUM. AMC
business begins to contribute positively to the
bottom line - strong growth in revenues and
optimal cost structures.
If we observe return ratios of the company,
ROE reported at 11.1 per cent in FY15 which
is much lower than compared to industry
average. However, the company trying to
RoE gap to narrow with peers over next two
years and targeted in the range of 18-20 per
cent. Hence we recommend buying this
stock with the expectation of 25 per cent
upside in the next one year.

Note: The stocks recommended under this section are fundamentally strong stocks. However investors are advised to wait for the
correct opportunity to enter these stocks considering the market sentiment right now.

15

10

Equity

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2015

Total

21.94
100

Last Five Quarters (`/Cr)


Particulars
Net Interest Income
Non-Interest Income
Other Expediture

Mar-15 Dec-14 Sep-14 Jun-14 Mar-14


706
677
669
577
582
36

40

35

175

32

481

451

436

371

361

Tax

57

85

87

95

66

PAT

206

182

182

286

187

1,720

1,719

1,719

1,719

1,718

Equity Share Capital

DS

Recommendations

Equity

RSWM

15 Days Investment Horizon

SWM is engaged in the manufacturing of synthetic and blended spun yarn,


polyvinyl fabric and denim fabric. It offers range of products in terms of fiber
blends, counts and shades. RSWM supplies its yarns to several well-known
companies including Raymonds, Uco Denim, D Decor, Arvind, Siyaram Silk Mills,
Welspun Group, and Alok Industries. Recently the company has commenced
commercial production at its new Kanya Kheri plant in Bhilwara district of Rajasthan at a
cost of `182 crore, will increase the companys yarn production capacity by 5,400 tonnes
per year and will help to earn annual revenue of `180 crore from its production of cotton
and cotton blended melange yarn. From last three years the company has been paying
dividend of `10 per share. Currently stock is trading at PE ratio of 8.8x with a EPS of
`36.68 of FY15.
Last Seven Days Volume Table
(No. of Shares)
Days

The scrips in this


column have been
recommended
with a short-term
investment horizon
in mind and carry
high risk. Therefore,
investors are advised to
take into account their
risk appetite before
investing,
as fundamentals may
or may not back the
recommendations

Colgate -Palmolive India

Symphony

22-Jul-15

22,067

300

21-Jul-15

36,115

280

20-Jul-15

49,728

17-Jul-15

47,347

16-Jul-15

77,473

15-Jul-15

72,219

14-Jul-15

79,591

220
22 Jun

1 Jul

13 Jul

22 Jul

2015

Face Value
`10

Volume
20,697

Last Seven Days Volume Table


(No. of Shares)
Days

Scrips Movement
290

Volume

270

250

757.00

815.00

7.66

22-Jul-15

20,697

2078.00

3.74

21-Jul-15

20,829

20-Jul-15

10,462

380.00

470.00

23.68

17-Jul-15

35,081

1843.00

1955.00

6.08

16-Jul-15

43,969

15-Jul-15

37,866

14-Jul-15

26,400

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240

CMP - `266

2003.00

(Closing price as of July 22, 2015)

260

Peak Likely
After
Gain
Reco*
(%)

* Highest price after our recommendations

14

320

arware-Wall Ropes is betting big on protected farming and aquaculture to boost


the countrys rural economy, thereby benefitting both farmers and fisher-folk. The
company has a strong presence in more than 72 countries, is expected to be a
`1,000 crore entity in the next two years. Net sales for FY15 reported at `784.25 crore, up
by 14 per cent on YoY basis. EBITDA grew by 24 per cent to `81.44 crore and EBITDA
margin was up by 90 bps to 10.4 per cent. PAT for the year ended Mar 2015 jumped by 61
per cent at `43.05 crore due to interest cost decline of 20 per cent to `10.25 crore and
depreciation was down by 14 per cent to `12.39 crore. We believe the company will
improve in its operating margin from current level due to correction in crude oil prices
eases the companys raw material costs.

Issue No 16 , July 13 - 26 ,2015


Heritage Foods

Volume

BSE CODE
509557

Issue No 15 ,June 29 - July 12 ,2015


VA Tech Wabag

Scrips Movement
340

GARWARE-WALL ROPES

Hot Chips of Last One Month


Reco.
Price
(`)

Face Value
`10

Volume
22,067

BSE CODE
500350

C H I P S

CMP - `323

230

210

190
22 Jun

1 Jul

13 Jul
2015

22 Jul

New Issue Analysis


The company has 221 clients as of now. The
number of clients has increased from 111 in
FY11 to 221 in FY15. However, the amount
of business from 211 customers is only 30
per cent while the remaining 10 per cent
customers make up for 70 per cent of the
total business. SIL has long-term
associations with some of the worlds
leading global healthcare organisations like
Abbott Laboratories (Singapore), Baxter
International and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
These are SILs top three clients which
contribute around 45 per cent of the total
revenue.

SYNGENE INTERNATIONAL

AN INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
HERE IS WHY

ISSUE INFORMATION

SIL claims to be the foremost CRO in India and secondlargest in Asia.

Issue closes on

29-Jul-15

Number Of shares (crores)

2.20

Around 97 per cent of SILs revenue is through exports


while the remaining is derived from India.

Price Band (Rs)

240-250

Issue route

Book Building

On the nancial front, SIL has reported healthy growth of


26 and 42 per cent revenue and earning CAGR over the
last ve years.

Promoters

Biocon

Post issue Market Cap (` in Crores)*

5000

yngene International (SIL) is


one of Indias leading contract
research organisations (CRO)
and a part of Biocon. It will hit
the capital market on July 27
with an initial public offer (IPO). The price
band at which company is offering its share
is `240-250 and aims to raise `550 crore
in the upper price band. As per the
management, SIL is the foremost CRO in
India and second-largest in Asia. The main
objective of the issue is to enhance the
companys visibility and build a brand
image among existing and potential clients.
There is no fresh issue of equity shares and
promoters will offer their shareholdings
for sale.
SIL has a service-oriented business model.
It provides its expertise in discovery and
development over multiple domains across
small molecules, large molecules, anti-body
drug conjugates and Oligonucleotides. The
business can be classified into full-time
equivalent (FTE), feeforservice (FFS) and
dedicated infrastructure and other
contracts (DIC), depending on the
requirement of its clients. Up to 60 per cent
of the companys business is currently FTE
and FFS while 40 per cent is from DIC.
FTE is generally a long-term contract and
SIL is paid on an annual basis while in FFS
it gets paid a fee on providing specific
output as part of service.

RATING 52

Issue Opens On

27-Jul-15

Minimum Bid

60

Lead managers

Axis Capital
Credit Suisse
Jefferies

Listing

BSE, NSE

QIB Portion (Qty in crores)*

100.0

Non Institutional (Qty in crores)*

30.0

Reail Portion (Qty in crores)*

70.0

Reservations for Biocon shareholders


(Qty in crores)*

20.0

SIL intends to do capex of USD 200 million


(`1,270 crore) over the next 34 years. Out
of the total capex, USD 100 million would
be for expanding its existing facilities and
USD 100 million is for setting up a new
facility at Mangalore. It plans to fund this
through internal accruals and debt. As part
of this expansion plan, SIL intends to evolve
from a CRO into a Contract Research and
Manufacturing Services (CRAMS)
organisation with commercial-scale
manufacturing capabilities. This it will
achieve by leveraging its existing
relationships with clients and provide
forward integration on discovery and
development activities.

*Calculated on the basis of upper price band


Share holding pattern

Pre Issue

Post issue*

Promoter group

85.5

74.5

Others

11.1

22.1

Public

3.3

3.3

Total

100

100

*Calculated on the basis of upper price band


Financials
Financials

FY15`/Cr

Total Income

871.6

Total operating expenses

757.4

Finance and related charges

89.3

Net prot/(loss) after tax

175.0

Key To Ratings
40 or lower

Avoid investing

41-45

Risky

46-50

Invest with limited exposure

51-55

Investment recommended

56 and above

Excellent investment

SILs business model depends on the


outsourcing of research work by global
pharmaceutical companies. Around 97 per
cent of SILs revenue is through exports
while the remaining is derived from India.

On the financial front, SIL has reported


healthy growth of 26 and 42 per cent
revenue and earning CAGR over the
last five years to `860 crore and `175 crore
respectively ending FY15. During these
five years, the EBITDA margins remain
steady in the range of 30-33 per cent.
The return ratio has improved from
15.7 per cent in FY10 to 23.3 per cent in
FY15. The improvement in ROE is mainly
due to higher sales growth and lower
finance cost.
As for the valuation, at a higher price band
the company is available at the current P/E
of 28.4x post-issue equity share. There are
no listed peers in India in this space. Wuxi
Pharmatech is the No. 1 CRO in Asia and is
trading at a P/E multiple of 30.3 times on a
TTM basis, according to Bloomberg. That
is similar to what SIL is asking for. Looking
at the companys fundamentals and
valuation we believe subscribers should
invest with a long-term investment
perspective.
DS
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RBI In Balancing Act To Manage GrowthInflation Conflict
The monetary policy agenda is to ensure smooth ow of liquidity at affordable cost to the
desired sectors of the economy and therefore the RBI will act in accordance with this theme

J. Moses Harding
Group CEO & Chief Economist, SREI Infrastructure Finance Ltd.
rate cuts while retaining deficit system
liquidity to control inflation.

he Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is


yet to shift its monetary policy
stance to be more supportive to
growth on account of its limited bandwidth
in the current low growth high inflation
scenario. One cannot say that the monetary
policy stance is accommodative when
overnight the call money rate is
administered between Repo and MSF rate
corridor, which is presently at 7.25-8.25 per
cent. RBI has maintained a deficit system
liquidity stance with restrictions at Repo
counter on the availability of funds on
excess SLR portfolio through introduction
of term money Repo at premium to the
Repo rate.
The recent OMO bond sale auctions
conducted to suck out excess liquidity
and to prevent easing in overnight rate
into the LAF corridor (presently at
6.25-7.25 per cent) confirms this intent.
The need to maintain this hawkish stance
arises from the risk of uptrend in CPI
inflation into the higher end of the set
tolerance zone of 4-6 per cent. Despite the
risk on CPI inflation, RBI has delivered
three rate cuts in 2015 by bringing down
the Repo rate from 8.0 to 7.25 per cent.
One can conclude that RBI has taken a
neutral position to support growth with

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RISK FROM TWIN DEFICITS AND


RUPEE EXCHANGE RATE STAY
DILUTED
The RBI has drawn comfort from
dilution in resistive headwind impact
from elevated twin deficits and downside
pressure on the rupee exchange rate.
There is high confidence on achieving
long term fiscal prudence with fiscal
deficit target in downtrend mode at
3.0-4.0 per cent of GDP on account of
higher revenue and plugging of slippages.
The Current Account Deficit (CAD) is
sharply down from elevated levels of 4-7
per cent to 1-2 per cent of GDP, thanks to
sharp reversal in commodity prices,
especially Brent Crude at below USD 60
per barrel and gold below USD 1100 per
ounce, both of which constitute a major
chunk of imports.
It may not be a surprise if the current
account turns into surplus on the back
of export-led Make-in-India theme.
With CAD sharply down and off-shore
inflows in plenty, the rupee has emerged as
one of the stronger global currencies. But
for RBIs sterilisation of excess foreign
currency supply, the rupee would have
been in sharp appreciation mode into the
55-60 band. RBIs sustained purchase of
USD from the system has not only helped
in the build-up of foreign currency reserves
but has also resulted in infusion of rupee
liquidity into the system, thereby exerting
downside pressure on short term money
market rates.

The combination of USD purchases


made by RBI and 75 bps rate cut in 2015
has resulted in a sharp decline of short
term money market rates by 1 per cent
in 2015, leading to cut in lending rate
by commercial Banks. On the other side,
RBIs deficit liquidity policy has pushed
medium/long term yields up by ~ 50 bps.
The 10Y benchmark Gilt yield rose from
7.50 per cent to 8.0 per cent, making the
returns attractive to long term retail
investors. Here again, RBI pursued a
balancing act for bringing the lending rate
down without hurting retail investors. The
combination of reduced demand for funds
from the system on account of lower fiscal
deficit, cut in permanent export of
domestic capital to bridge higher CAD and
dilution of weak rupee impact on interest
rate has offered great comfort to RBI for
staying neutral till inflation risk goes out of
the radar.
ELEVATED CPI AND FED SHIFT
TO RATE HIKE MODE IS RISK IN
PLAY
The RBI has set a reference benchmark of
1.50-2.0 per cent spread between the CPI
index and the operative policy
rate,(currently the Repo rate). At present,
the spread between Repo rate and June CPI
is around 1.75 per cent. The risk from
uptrend in CPI into the higher end of the
set tolerance zone of 4-6 per cent on
account of high food inflation and base
effect impact provides no room to RBI for
further easing of rates till such time the CPI
stabilizes at the lower end of 5.0-5.5 per
cent, against RBIs January 2016 outlook of

6 per cent. The external headwind to Indias


rate cut is from FEDs preparedness to start
the rate hike cycle from Q4/2015. The
resultant uptrend in US yields will exert
downside pressure on Rupee exchange rate,
which is currently at the lower end of the
RBIs comfort band of 63-67.
However, if seen against the backdrop of
USDs strength against global (and
emerging market) currencies, the exchange
rate risk is seen as less of a major
impediment to RBIs rate cut move than the
upside risk on CPI which could extend the
next step of rate cut, beyond 2015. All
combined, the way forward looks clear and
there is just one major hurdle preventing a
shift to dovish monetary policy stance
while other irritants are out of the radar.
The options ahead are - extended rate pause
on CPI stability at 5.5-6.0 per cent, 25-50
bps rate cut on CPI stability at 5-5.5 per
cent and shift in operating policy rate from
Repo to Reverse Repo rate on CPI stability
at 4-5 per cent.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM RBI ON
AUGUST 4 POLICY REVIEW?
The RBI will currently not be under
pressure to deliver rate cut post the 75 basis
points cut in H1/2015, in the absence of
appropriate rate transmission in banks base
rate, which has been lowered only

marginally. The monetary policy agenda is


to ensure smooth flow of liquidity at
affordable cost to the desired sectors of the
economy. It is also imperative that
monetary policy actions drive consumption
which in turn spurs investments for
capacity expansion. The issue ahead is not
the availability of liquidity but the risk
averseness of investors who do not see
enough viable investment opportunities
and of lenders who are negative on the
risk-reward trade-off on credit exposures.
Banks are already holding excess SLR
investments in the range of 6-8 per cent of
NDTL, which are largely funded out of
deposits at zero or negative spread. This
stance indicates that lenders are willing to
forego interest margin in order to preserve
capital. Companies in well-performing
sectors such as pharma, IT, FMCG and
consumer durables are cash- rich and are
able to fund their capacity expansion
through internal accruals, while companies
operating in the infrastructure, agriculture
and core manufacturing sectors that
require external funding do not fit into the
investment profile of the investors.
The RBI could do very little to ensure flow
of monies to these core sectors which are
critical for driving economic growth,
despite giving priority sector status,

statutory exemption and tax relief,


covering both sources and uses of funds.
The cost of funds is low for good credit but
is very high for those entities that are either
highly leveraged or have weak balance
sheet. All combined, a rate cut at the
moment is not going to emerge as a catalyst
for accelerating growth. It could only
benefit good risk borrowers at the cost of
cash rich investors. Against this backdrop,
RBI is expected to stay in pause mode,
while awaiting monsoon impact on food
prices and base effect impact on CPI which
could push September to December CPI
into the higher end of 5.5-6.0 per cent. The
best case therefore would be to expect
status quo on policy rates, CRR and SLR
and hope for a rate cut in Q4/2015 when
there is better clarity on 2016 CPI trend. It
is positive for the economy that external
cues continue to stay favourable for CPI
from lower Brent Crude at $45-60 per
barrel and more than adequate liquidity
flow, while the worst is behind us on
domestic cues. The rate pause on August 4
should not come as an unpleasant surprise
while remaining hopeful of a 25-50 bps rate
DS
cut in H2/FY16.
Disclaimer: The above opinion is that of the
author and is for reference only.

The combination of
reduced demand for
funds from the system
on account of lower
scal decit, cut in
permanent export of
domestic capital to
bridge higher CAD and
dilution of weak rupee
impact on interest rate
has offered great
comfort to RBI for
staying neutral till
ination risk goes out
of the radar.
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a rate hike by Federal Reserve is inevitable
and if it happens in September or
December it will certainly hurt the yellow
metal in a big way. India Ratings &
Research has maintained a negative
outlook on domestic gold prices for FY16.
In the event of a US rate hike, global gold
prices could drop and range between USD
900 per ounce to USD 1,050 per ounce, the
firm reported. There is always a negative
correlation between USD and prices of gold
and a Federal Rate hike would clearly
translate into a strengthening of the dollar
vis-a-vis other currencies.

Time To Log Into Bourses?


Even though the price of gold has taken a southward route, it
is surprising that investors are not rushing to buy it. This
suggests that gold has fallen out of favour in the books of
investors, says Amit Bhanot

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IS GOLD OUT OF THE RUNNING?


The usual logic that putting a percentage of
investible money into gold as a safe haven
does not seem to hold any longer. There are
various reasons indicating that gold will
further lose its sheen. Experts believe that
owing to decent recovery of the US market,

If gold prices remained sober during the


last couple of months despite the
mammoth Greek default crisis and couldnt
attract investors interest, then certainly the
future of gold is not that good and it will
continue its southward journey, opines
Karan Vasa, AVP, Riddhi Siddhi Bullions.

CORRELATION OF DOLLAR AND GOLD PRICE


40000

70

35000

65

30000

60

25000

55

20000

50

15000
10000
2010 2011

Exchange Rate
2012

2013

Spot price of Gold


2014

45

Exchange Rate of Rupee/$

In the domestic market, gold plunged


to a five-year low level of `24,904 per
10 grams owing to global sell-off pressure.
Despite this sharp correction there is an
interesting phenomenon that has
cropped up across the globe in terms of
gold investment, i.e. no investor wants to
park money into gold at its current level as
the assumption is that this free fall will
continue during the next couple of
months. On the one hand Indian investors
are not amused with this fall and anticipate
more southward movement while on the

other there has taken off a debate about


whether equity is clearly a better
investment than gold in the medium to
long term.

Spot price of Gold (in `/10 Gram)

fter so many flip-flops over the last


couple of months, at last the
commodity that is considered safe
haven investment is now running for its
own safety cover. Though many experts
had been predicting a sharp fall in the
yellow metal since long, this phenomenon
was triggered on July 20 with the
announcement of less than expected gold
reserve by the Peoples Bank of China at
1,658 MT. This was the first update since
2009 by Chinas premier bank and it clearly
implies that the bank had purchased just
100 tons of gold annually. This trigger was
enough to drag gold to a five-year low level
of USD 1,086 per ounce, an intraday fall of
a whopping 4.2 per cent.

So what would be the implication for


India? If it happens then the Indian price
of gold may plunge to as low as `21,500 per
10 grams. That being the reason, despite a
drastic fall during the last couple of days,
no fresh buying has started in a country
that actually has a great fascination for gold
and consumes around 900 tons of gold
every year. Another reason that makes gold
even more vulnerable for a further slide is
that on the global platform, even though
the economic situation doesnt seem that
good, it has boldly withstood Greeces
economic crisis and other recession cues.

40
2015 July 15

PERFORMANCE OF SENSEX VS GOLD DURING LAST 2 YEARS


35000
GAIN
45.67%

30000

25000
LOSS
-12.38%

20000

Sensex
15000
2013

2014

Interestingly, the price of gold had


corrected by more than 38 per cent till
March 2015 from its all-time peak of USD
1,922 per ounce in September 2011. During
the last two years gold has declined from
`28,818 per 10 grams in July 2013 to
`25,248 per 10 grams currently, posting a
drop of 12.4 per cent.
The recent Iran nuclear deal also worked
as a double whammy for gold as with this
deal all the geopolitical concerns related
to the Middle East have been rectified and
no immediate threat now looms over
global economy. This has really hit the
gold prices below the belt as gold is
always considered a hedge for economic
certainty, says Vasa. Also, as golds future
journey is totally dependent upon global
factors, which dont seem that attractive,
the metal doesnt look that attractive from
short to medium term in comparison
to equities.
DO EQUITIES HOLD A PROMISE?
What is bad for gold is virtually good for
equity investment. On the global front,
since the crisis of Greece has been thwarted
for now and Irans nuclear deal holds great
promise not only for global economy but
also for India, stock certainly seems a much
better investment in short to mediumterm. Experts believe that even if the US
Federal Reserve hikes the rate of interest in
September, Indian economy this time
seems to be on a much better footing than

Gold/10 Gram
Jan-15

Jul-15

in 2013, when the rupee plunged to `68.85


per USD in August 2013. This time the
Indian rupee will surely show its strength
against the USD as forex reserves are at
adequate levels. That being the reason,
Indian bourses showed their strength
during the last couple of weeks and
nullified all the global pressures put on by
the crisis of Greece.
In addition to these global factors, the
biggest booster for equities remained the
proactive and stable government that is
committed to reforms. Since coming to
power in May 2014, the Narendra
Modi-led government has shown grit
towards reforms and many decisions
have been taken to boost the economy,
including increasing the FDI limit in
various strategic sectors, coal block
auction, telecom airwave auction, bringing
in ease of doing business, petroleum
reforms, efforts to increase consumption
cycle, labour reforms, etc. Due to these
steps the Indian story has again become
attractive and both foreign and domestic
investors are putting money into the
Indian bourses.
During FY15 foreign investors have parked
as much as `1.11 lakh crore in equities and
`1.66 lakh crore in debt, while till July 22,
2015 they have put in `9,254 crore into
Indian equities during FY16. This has really
boosted the Indian equity markets
performance and since July 2013 the
Sensex has risen from 19,345 to 28,182

points, posting a growth of more than 46


per cent. This happened despite the fact
that the NDA government was not able to
clear strategic bills like GST and those
related to land acquisition, real estate
reforms, etc.
With government getting more aggressive
towards reforms and the Indian economy
expected to grow at a brisk pace of around
7-8 per cent in the coming years, equity
investment seems miles ahead in
comparison to gold investment. Even if
the gold price would bottom out at some
point at say around `21,000-22,000,
whether it will again chart a northward
journey like what happened in the last 12
years seems doubtful, says North Indian
Bullion Merchant Associations coordinator
Kailash Chandra Jain. Considering this,
equities would be a better option for
DS
investors in the long run also.

If gold prices
remained sober
during the last
couple of months
despite the
mammoth Greek
default crisis and
couldnt attract
investors interest,
then certainly the
future of gold is not
that good and it
will continue its
southward journey.
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Special Report
Wealth Creation & DVR

should behave similarly; however statistical


results as measured by Engle-Grangers
residual-based co-integration approach
proves, both classes of shares of Tata
Motors and Future Retail have a long-term
association whereas Jain Irrigation and
Gujarat NRE do not reflect such a bond.

Ruzbeh Bodhanwala shares insights about shares with


differential voting rights (DVR) and how they can be of
benet to any class of investors

Large spreads suggest the deep discounts


at which such DVR shares are available.
Since a majority of retail investors are
passive investors, the focus should be on
long-term growth prospects in a company
and wealth creation. As such, they should
invest in DVR shares and take the
advantage of higher dividend and higher
discount. If the spread decreases and an
investor wishes to possess voting rights, he
or she can sell the DVR and purchase
ordinary shares. The risk of investing in the
company is shared equally by both classes
of investors, and hence such deep discounts
are unjustified.

hares of different classes are very


common but in India only four
companies have issued shares with
differential voting rights (DVR). DVR
shares are similar to ordinary shares but
they carry lower voting rights and receive
extra dividend for the sacrifice. A DVR
shareholder has the right to attend the
Annual General Meeting (AGM) and the
right to vote which is in a ratio lesser than
that of an ordinary shareholder. Globally,
DVR shares trade at a discount of 10-15 per
cent to the ordinary shares but in India this
discount is very high and has, for example,
touched a peak of 64 per cent for Jain
Irrigation.
A DVR issue can help the company address
the following objectives: a) increase share
capital without substantial dilution of stake
for promoters, b) separation of economic
interest and voting interest, c) thwarting
hostile takeovers, and d) rewarding passive
shareholders by offering them cheaper
shares and higher dividends.
This instrument can be used by the
management to their own advantage and
hence a SEBI circular of 2009 prohibits
companies to issue shares with higher voting
rights and higher dividends. Since Tata
Motors and Future Retail issued DVR
shares before this guideline, these are

the only two companies which


offer higher dividends to DVR
shareholders. In fact, Tata
Motors is the first company in
India which raised funds by
issuing DVR shares as a right
issue and offered a
discount of 22 per cent to the
prevailing price and 5 per cent
additional dividend over the
ordinary shares. All other
companies issued DVR shares
to the existing shareholders as
bonus shares.

Profile of Ordinary and DVR Shares


Average Dividend
Promoter CAGR^
Quantity
Per
Stake
(%)
Trade#
Share
Tata Motors
386.0
1.0
5559324
2.00
34.35
16
Tata Motors DVR
232.1
0.1
2252696
2.10
0.51
30
Future Retail
106.6
1.0
1114240
0.60
50.40
5
Future Retail DVR
88.1
0.1
20053
0.64
57.63
26
Jain Irrigation
74.5
1.0
3707812
0.50
28.60
19
Jain Irrigation DVR 42.7
1.0
59561
0.50
30.35
29
Gujarat NRE
4.0
1.0
2320519
NA
42.50
-48
Gujarat NRE DVR
2.6
0.01
63750
NA
38.30
-39
* Data as on July 15, 2015; unadjusted since last 10 years or listing date # average
365 days quantity at NSE ^ Since July 15, 2013

Spreads are a measure of the difference


between the prices of two classes of shares.
A higher spread indicates the discount at
which DVR shares are trading on the
exchange and having an opportunity for
higher gains. As the underlying
fundamentals of the company are the same,
the share price of both the classes of shares
Descriptive Statistics of Spreads
Tata Future
Jain
Gujarat
Motors Retail Irrigation NRE
Face Value
2
2
2
10
Median Spread (%)
43
42
50
48
Average Spread (%)
43
40
46
45
Minimum Spread (%)
25
9
16
20
Maximum Spread (%)
56
60
64
62
Co-integration
Yes
Yes
No
No
*Spreads of daily prices between November 30, 2011 and July 14, 2015

Price

Voting
Rights

DVR shares trade at a discount for


two reasons. One is the liquidity issue
and second is the voting rights issue.
Data on average traded quantity suggests
that Tata Motors DVR has relatively high
trading volumes and the average spread is
not justified with liquidity. Dividend yields
for DVR shares issued by Tata Motors and
Future Retail are much higher than for the
ordinary shares. The compounded annual
growth rate (CAGR 2013-2015) strongly
suggests that returns on DVR are relatively
higher than ordinary shares.
DVR shares can be of great interest for the
banking sector which will have to raise
additional capital (in excess of 2.5 lakh
crore) to comply with Basel III norms.
Banks can raise fresh equity from the
DS
market without diluting control.

About the authors Dr. Ruzbeh Bodhanwalas is Professor at FLAME, School of Business CA Shernaz Bodhanwala is Assistant Professor at NIIT University.

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Entprise Value
(` Cr)

Trailing P/E Ratio

1.1
1.0
0.7
0.3

1232
746
535
444

49.75
30.00
33.50
358.00

57/21 1234
53/18 748
76/29 535
382/239 445

845
-

0.0
0.0
0.0

157.4 1503 85.6


8.7
44.9 1503 5064.5 -1729.0
41.0 1503 786.3 22.5

7
14
-7

- 75.00 0 0.00
8.1
- 50.99 0 15.45 103.9
- 60.31 32 0.77 141.1

156
3894
1319

111.15
342.75
22.00

111/31 302
544/204 11334
26/11 2830

7
6.7
-

0.7
0.0

2.5 1503 9371.5 159.5


9.8 1503 1801.3 354.9

30
13

- 36.98
- 80.93

22178
10064

107.40
39.05

14
199/99 47382 24.0
69/38 6016 7.6

22.3
3.9

63
30

- 44.16 18
- 52.46 0

8.6
21.4

2045
327

2251.50
84.80

17
2348/682 2094 17.5
99/24 315 16.8

17
11
11
51
-6
32

52.69
49.24
34.63
50.99
93.73
57.39

0
0
0
0
0
0

14.32 14.8
25.62 78.5
51.88 85.3
12.24
9.4
3.96
8.9
27.06 119.6

1058
73130
52913
1333
219
12511

102.3
129.8 1503H 2073.6
6.1
4.1
1.0 1506Q 168.2
287.4
3.4 1503H 1564.2
-1.1
137.6
-2.3
13.4
13.0
1.9
8.0
4.3
-

23
10
30
-4
10
11
11
16
20
4
14
15
8
6
26

200.6
1.0
58.3
-

23
-27
-52
-

52.06
48.98
53.50
67.88
74.42
71.17
71.11
66.48
45.99
74.98
69.95
54.63
66.35
74.97
66.38

1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

28.01
35.29
2.77
7.66
0.10
19.78
16.72
0.00
33.48
13.84
8.13
11.04
8.69
0.01
0.39

14864
870.20
946/477 14654
3756
170.50
269/129 9903
283
441.10
611/371 285
798
111.55
184/89 775
125
39.85
43/21 192
74504 23728.1027989/13055 73194
9068
294.85
362/41 14104
173
129.00
171/66 256
13158
154.80
207/140 13146
2149
386.20
512/245 2358
708
591.75
945/511 793
1201
83.60
107/48 1203
142
182.50
232/88 164
576 1170.00 1448/540 580
468
414.20
512/235 457

0.2
0.1

44.8 1503 381.4


18.4 1503 48.4

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.3
0.6

42.9
26.3
29.9
21.7
11.8
21.1

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

122.5
8.6
4739.3 621.6
6793.9 476.5
2.5
3.5
35.7
4.4
2456.8 90.5

0.1
1.2
0.0
0.0
1.5
0.0
2.1
8.6
0.0
0.5
0.4
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.0

23.2
6.3
8.7
10.2
17.5
17.5
10.0
14.9
13.5
7.0
17.6
18.4
14.7
4.7
9.5

1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

1069.8
954.7
105.0
105.4
168.2
2388.9
742.8
108.3
1651.8
319.4
232.5
348.4
72.9
40.6
88.7

20.37
20.57
21.92
25.62

0
0
0
0

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

0 41.13 343.9
0 12.98 74.2

3.24
0.03

30.9
46.0
11.7
13.3
22.5
37.3
24.9
2.6
85.6
17.5
6.2
53.0
4.4
11.6
7.2

NP Growth (%)

52-Week
High/Low

56
-

(17/07/15)

CMP (`)

Market Cap
(` Cr)

Pledged (%)

3.8
3.3
2.4
0.3

Prom. Stake (%)

0.1
0.1
0.0
0.0

RONW (%)

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

MARKET RELATED DATA

NP
(` Cr)

Inst. Stake (%)

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

Sales
(` Cr)

1 AGRO - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE
107
948
59
*Eco Friendly Food Pr
1 U1503 24.8*
1
3
1.2
0.0
*Esteem Bio Organic F
1 U1503 24.9*
1
3
1.2
0.0
HPC Biosciences Ltd.
1 U1503
16.0
2
3
0.7
0.0
Kanak Krishi
10 U1503
12.4 10
1
0.0
0.0
2 AIRLINES
IND. COMPOSITE
727
25122 -2478
Global Vectra Helico
10 U1503
14.0 -11 347 23.1 16.5
Jet Airways
10 U1503 113.6 -384 19573 -1813.7 -159.7
Spicejet Ltd.
10 U1503 599.5 -28 5202 -687.1 -11.5
3 ALUMINIUM
IND. COMPOSITE
1495
41908 2247
Hindalco Indus.
1 U1503 206.5* 178 34525 925.2
4.5 1.00
National Alumini
5 U1503 1288.6 52 7383 1321.8
5.1 1.75
4 AQUACULTURE
IND. COMPOSITE
48
2054
136
*Avanti Feeds Lim
10 1503
9.1 286 1776 116.6 128.3 27.50
Waterbase Ltd.
10 U1503
38.6 27 278 19.5
5.1 1.50
5 AUTO - 2 & 3 WHEELERS
IND. COMPOSITE
485
59947 5654
Atul Auto Ltd
5 U1503 11.3* 42 493 40.6 17.9 5.00
*Bajaj Auto Ltd.
10 1503 289.4 370 21612 2813.7 97.2 50.00
Hero MotoCorp
2 U1503
39.9 400 27585 2385.6 119.5 60.00
*Maha. Scooters
10 1503
11.4 221
7 54.8 47.9 30.00
Scooters India
10 U1503
85.4 11 152
11.1
1.3
*TVS Motor Co. Ltd.
1 1503
47.5 35 10098 347.8
7.3 1.90
6 AUTO - ANCILLARIES
IND. COMPOSITE
1046
72345 4986
Amara Raja Batt.
1 U1503
17.1 104 4230 410.9 24.1 3.61
Amtek Auto Ltd.
2 1409
44.1 233 3951 323.4 14.7 0.50
*AutoCorpn of Goa
10 1503
6.4 272 395 15.3 23.8 15.00
*Banco Products
2 1503
14.3 57 420 41.7
5.8 3.00
*Bharat Seats
2 1503
6.3 15 694
8.1
2.6 0.90
Bosch Ltd.
10 U1503
31.4 2431 12085 1337.7 340.8 85.00
Castex Technologies
2 1409 61.5* 81 2991 247.9
8.1 0.10
Enkei Wheels (India)
5 U1503
6.7 11 384
2.3
1.7
*Exide Inds.
1 1503
85.0 47 6874 545.9
6.4 2.20
*Federal-Mogul Goetze 10 1503
55.6 81 1537 31.4
4.5
FIEM Industries
10 U1503
12.0 200 825 42.3 35.3 7.00
*Gabriel India
1 1503
14.4 23 1444 60.0
4.2 1.05
*Harita Seating Syst.
10 1503
7.8 62 274
7.1
9.1 2.50
Hind. Composites
10 U1503
4.9 1117 152 25.8 52.4 1.00
India Nippon Ele
10 U1503
11.3 207 328 22.7 20.0 9.00

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NoShold: Indicates the Number of Share Holders of the company. (In Thousands)
Market Cap: Current market price multiply no.of equity shares.
Price: Current Market Price.
52 Week H/L: High/Low range is taken for the market prices during the 52 week H/L.
Enterprise Value : Current Market Cap Plus Debt Minus Cash and Bank Balances.
Trail.P/E Ratio: Current market price to Trailing 12 months EPS.
Ticker: BSE Scrip Code
U: Unaudited.
Companies with an () following their equity capital have increased their capital after the
last financial year.
 Companies with an (*) Before the name of the Company, indicates new addition/
updation/correction made during the fortnight.
 CB: Cum-Bonus XB: Ex-Bonus.
 EX: Ex-Rights wherever the price is indicated a Ex-bonus or Ex-rights, the
corresponding figures for equity. Reserves, Book value and EPS are adjusted
as per the bonus or the Rights ratio.
Notes: (A) The Profit figure reflects the performance of the current year. We have
made the necessary adjustments for the prior years entries in P/L .A/c to reflect the
true performance of the current year. Thus our figures may not be comparable with those
published elsewhere unless they represent the same thing. (B) Source of information is
Company press releases and Annual Reports.

Year / Months

















Face Value: Actual cost of the stock assigned by the security issuer and shown in the certificate.
Year: First two digits shows Year while last two digits show month of calender, eg. 1103 shows
March2011 results.
CEqt.: Current paid up capital of the company.
B.V: Book Value Per Share: Equity capital plus reserves to the number of equity shares.
Sales: Sales figures includes Excise duty.
NP: Net Profit : Profit after tax but before investment allowance reserves.
EPS: Earnings Per Share: Ratio of net profit less preference dividend to the number of equity
shares (Annualised).
Div (Rs.): Indicates the dividend per share.
D/E Ratio : A measure of a companys financial leverage calculated by dividing its total
Debt by stockholders equity.
RONW (%): Net Profit Divided by Total NetWorth.
Latest Quarter: Indicates the recent quarterly filing of the company with the stock
exchange.
YearToDate : Latest Results (qtr,half or Nine) of the company.
Sales Growth % : Indicates the % growth of sales on year-on-year basis.
NP Growth % : Indicates the % growth of Net profit (NP) on year-on-yearbasis.
Promoter Holding: Indicates the % of equity holding with the promoters of the company.
Promoters pledged shares % :Indicates the % of shares Pledged by promoters.
Institutional Holding: Indicates the % of equity holdings in the company held by Financial
Institutions, Banks,Insurance companies,MFs and FIIs.

Latest Qtr. Year




25
467.20
722/264 1013 26.1
2527.25 2690/1914 72656 26.0
2649.80 3272/2252 52796 22.2
1166.50 1200/681 1321 24.3
25.65
39/22 171 19.8
263.35
322/141 13425 36.0

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36.2
10.4
18.6
19.1
16.1
73.7
49.4
75.9
24.1
85.6
16.7
20.0
20.0
22.3
20.7

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1335
4598
U1503 122.6 153 3986
U1503 1204.1*
4
60
U1503
8.6 441 552

U1503
1503
1412
1503
1503
1503
1412
U1503

182
11.6
3.8
16.6
4.7*
19.4
4.8
52.7
68.0

U1503
1503
U1503
1503
1403
U1503
U1503
1403
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503

575
9.0
11.7
28.8
9.4
46.1
11.8
33.7
50.1*
10.0
13.4
26.6
27.5
124.8
26.4

6093
111 163
364 157
665 1632
9 103
28 656
8
37
269 2416
68 929

-84
-0
15

1503 4505.7 230.0


1503 961.2 213.4 1503Q 961.2
1503 702.9 46.3
1503 321.5 12.7
1503 10784.3 -1164.3
-

32
51
14
19
-1

213.4
-

169
3
-11

0.5
3.3 1503 43.9
0.0
4.0 1503 40.6
0.0
13.8 1506 432.1
0.4
26.9 1506 26.7
1.0
19.2 1503 156.2
5.1 -103.0 1503
7.8
0.0
14.3 1503 585.6
0.0
17.4 1503 238.2

1.9
3.3
49.3 1506H 841.2
3.0 1506Q 26.7
11.7
-2.6
51.2 1503Q 585.6
17.2
-

18
9
6
11
14
1
32

90.7
3.0
51.2
-

20
34
4
-

1.5
0.2
0.6
0.0
0.9
0.0
1.1
0.7
1.6
0.0
1.1
0.1
1.5
0.7

3.2
5.7
3.6
2.7
-17.8 1412N 639.2
-0.4
-19.3
5.3
-2.3
14.9
3.3
-59.2
48.1
-

36
7
15
19
-11
15
9
20
4
2
-3
12

-20.6
-

19
-

6.1 1.20 0.2


-0.8
- 21.5
80.5 15.00 0.0

490
4.2
5.6
152.9
11.5
52.1
-19.6
202.8
80.7

3.6 2.00
14.6 7.50
92.0 7.50
2.5 0.80
5.4 1.50
-6.5
38.5 10.00
11.9 3.00

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2.50
1.00
0.50
0.80
1.50
1.00

3.9 1503 817.7


-20.2 1503 15.3
18.2 1503 140.9

17.8
14.8
2.4
7.0
-14.2
-0.4
-67.3
14.4
28.4
27.1
8.0
13.1
-6.8
13.7

1503
1503
1503
1503
1412
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

75.4
77.9
152.7
108.2
201.1
7.1
44.8
175.1
65.2
343.4
53.7
110.1
1161.6

12.8
-25.2
19.0

33
-

43.92 9 0.96
58.56 0 0.07
61.97 0 0.02
71.73 0 17.94
38.19 0 0.00
46.51 0 11.42
55.67 0 15.42
73.64 0 0.40
63.15 0 14.77
70.90 0 2.87
65.59 9 23.49
74.80 0 0.39
65.01 0 1.43
56.24 1 0.00
61.87 0 2.26
40.36 0 5.20
57.78 0 0.38
66.49 0 9.74
54.63 0 1.73
50.10 23 4.51
66.87 0 0.03
62.91 6 4.35
70.12 0 6.95
74.98 0 0.00
74.79 0 0.49
52.57 0 1.59
58.09 6 0.77
40.00 0 1.74
74.99 0 15.15
49.53 0 21.93
65.54 0 0.56
51.83 0 6.44
53.89 0 2.11
55.29 0 0.09
50.50 0 1.77
70.27 2 0.27
74.99 0 10.79
74.99 0 6.70
73.65 0 1.15

38.81
54.90
60.11
43.96
34.33

- 43.01
- 90.00
- 53.98

38.75
74.87
51.32
74.67
57.15
71.17
53.58
75.00

7
0
0
0
7

Trailing P/E Ratio

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

52-Week
High/Low

(17/07/15)

29
6.66
12/6 155
1298.30 1421/1106 81192 24.3
4194.05 4225/2480 127749 34.1

48
74.7
-96.6
69.5

18981 -1660
77 300 12.3 13.6
108 307 18.6 15.9
101 586
7.1
2.5
237 595 15.6 16.6
43 936 -45.2 -9.8
221
29
-1.2 -1.0
15 159 -33.9 -10.1
28 294 20.4
4.1
55 603 15.7 15.6
-60 182 -21.6 -16.2
63 1488 67.6
5.1
45 207 16.2
5.9
36 551 -34.5 -2.8
72 4692 259.5
9.8

- 32.33 39 14.41 129.5


139
- 25.59 5 55.55 166.7 80636
- 56.20 0 36.48 108.5 126694

18
-

CMP (`)

6.5
45.3
7.6
11.8
-17.8

Market Cap
(` Cr)

0.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.4

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

1019
56357 -3707
1503 284.6 14 13562 334.8
1.2 0.45
1412
27.1 455 3031 558.9 205.9 50.00
U1503
13.2 1007 2364 101.4 76.9 5.00
U1503
14.5 217 1106 36.9 25.5 6.00
1503 679.1* 79 36295 -4738.9 -14.0
-

213.40
275/105 907 28.8
148.50
180/86 451 7.8
179.00XB
310/87 890 21.7
71.00XB
71/20 1923
251.40
251/137 130 10.3
515.25XB
764/400 907 12.6
248.30
387/158 367 10.6
316.30
478/283 392 17.8
83.00XB
100/83 1797 49.8
532.25
655/283 963 15.9
530.10CB
539/340 47017 90.8
82.90
134/68 467 10.9
198.20
252/129 777 10.5
52.95
68/36 204 13.7
117.80
161/86 339 11.6
33.60
69/27 366
360.10
514/290 535 30.4
318.70
387/233 285 15.7
535.25
700/350 476 15.3
42.85
58/19 787 3.4
152.00
230/90 182 11.9
236.00
294/123 771 26.9
112.60
179/82 831 98.8
1087.75 1150/361 844 17.9
134.20CB
150/34 759 23.8
63.60
67/37 1471
308.80
396/250 1084 12.0
76.70
81/39 786 22.6
1900.00 2100/1197 4138 54.0
166.35
219/100 4084 25.8
290.20
525/240 156
144.50
170/108 1846 38.9
130.80
172/73 259 16.2
316.70
378/140 613 32.3
1057.50 1280/476 147 14.1
118.75
166/67 468 13.3
5396.00 6038/3220 10012 84.8
1238.25 1608/685 1800 50.1
1235.50 1370/367 1120 31.5

8.0
-

Inst. Stake (%)

68.2 1503
0.1
-8.6
17.2 1503 9557.0 550.6
15.0 1503 13624.8 1284.2

848
322
730
1789
150
809
338
296
1737
844
46751
415
793
113
330
319
378
252
360
580
149
631
920
647
671
1264
471
460
3844
3495
114
1734
161
594
105
263
10235
1490
1121

35
4
7
87
3
7
15
2
9
26
13
14
5
5
-40
8
19
10
4
-12
17
49
-1
6
12
4
13
6
15
19
-1
11
6
21
11
17
21
11
12

Pledged (%)

0.0
0.1
0.1

MARKET RELATED DATA

16.1
11.1
11.3
7.6
5.6
18.0
6.5
21.3
1.1
6.2
51.6
13.5
13.1
10.9
24.0
28.2
6.0
6.3
3.8
38.3
9.0
7.4
14.8
1.4
9.0
52.4
11.2
60.3
15.5
38.8
7.5
10.4
17.3
4.0
5.8
16.8
21.8
6.7
8.0

Prom. Stake (%)

566
88931 6990
104.3 -3
15 -41.9 -2.0
310.5 310 38945 3321.1 53.5 12.00
151.0 817 49971 3711.2 122.9 25.00

301.9 15.2
321.4
8.0 1506Q 321.4
142.0
4.7
85.5
2.8
106.9
4.7
267.2 13.1
128.5
2.3
310.4
2.4
154.9
9.7
356.5
2.4
1282.7 146.1
209.3
7.9
399.2 21.5
255.4
6.7
60.6
5.2
229.2
-2.4
210.5
2.4
113.6
6.4
194.6 27.1
204.9
-4.8
52.7
1.7
130.2
2.9
39.2
1.4
242.6 10.6
111.0
6.2
291.7 10.9
294.0 11.9
306.6
7.4
349.6 32.5
600.4 16.0
54.7
-8.4
133.3 10.8
77.3
2.8
107.2
7.0
39.5
2.1
125.5
2.9
383.2 30.4
499.3
6.8
96.0 13.7
-

NP Growth (%)

1503
1503
U1503

1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

NP (` Cr)

13.9
18.8
20.8
6.3
13.3
21.4
23.7
8.7
12.1
13.9
24.5
16.9
17.5
3.8
15.6
-6.7
8.5
13.2
20.3
34.8
14.0
11.2
3.4
16.9
14.9
6.3
9.8
6.4
17.1
14.9
-20.8
18.3
8.0
9.5
14.4
6.1
14.0
7.8
13.6

Sales Growth (%)

0.4
0.8
1.1
1.0
0.1
0.3
0.4
0.7
0.4
0.4
0.2
0.3
0.0
0.6
0.3
0.2
1.2
0.3
1.0
0.6
0.5
0.9
0.0
1.2
0.6
0.8
1.8
1.1
0.9
0.8
0.6
0.6
0.9
0.1
0.8
0.7
0.0
0.8
0.1

Sales
(` Cr)

RONW (%)

29.4
7.4 2.20
40.0 18.5 2.00
33.6
8.2 2.50
9.5
0.4
14.6 24.4
64.4 41.0 7.00
32.0 23.5 7.00
16.6 17.7 5.50
34.9
1.7 0.40
53.2 33.5 6.00
514.9
5.8 3.00
38.0
7.6 2.50
75.6 18.9 4.00
8.3
3.9
27.5
9.8
-18.0 -1.9
12.4 11.8 4.50
16.1 20.4 7.00
23.5 34.9 2.50
171.9 12.7 3.00
12.3 12.5 3.00
23.5
8.8 3.00
9.3
1.1 0.50
36.1 60.8 10.00
28.1
5.6 1.20
18.0
0.9 0.65
39.4 25.8 2.00
20.3
3.4 0.70
71.2 35.2 19.00
135.3
6.4 1.75
-14.5 -37.0
44.6
3.7 0.95
10.0
8.1 1.50
18.4
9.8 1.00
7.4 74.8 12.00
19.8
9.0 2.00
120.7 63.6 5.00
29.7 24.7 7.50
35.6 39.2 10.00

NP
(` Cr)

DERatio

979
1294
600
430
382
1048
524
1143
649
1370
4985
888
1643
1011
244
950
779
416
395
841
232
458
155
875
446
1079
1153
1197
1346
2386
237
522
311
432
170
531
1348
1980
333

Sales
(` Cr)

NP (` Cr)

53
98
40
6
184
192
99
195
14
242
24
45
108
101
63
28
138
154
172
37
88
68
33
360
38
14
265
53
205
43
178
20
100
88
521
147
455
317
288

Div (`)

Sales (` Cr)

39.7*
10.8
20.4*
50.4*
6.0
15.7*
13.6
9.3
41.9*
15.9
88.2
10.0
8.0
21.4
28.0
9.5
10.5
7.9
6.7*
13.5
9.8
26.7
8.2
5.9
10.0
19.9
15.3
12.0
10.1
21.0
3.9
12.0
12.3
18.8
1.0
22.1
9.5
12.0
9.1

EPS (`)

Bk Val (`)

U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
1503
1503
U1503

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE
Year / Months

LATEST QTR.

CEqt. (` Cr)

Jamna Auto Inds.


10
*Jay Bharat Marut
5
JBM Auto
5
JMT Auto Ltd.
2
Jullundur Motor
10
LG Balakrishnan&Bros 10
Lumax Auto Technolog 10
Lumax Inds.
10
Minda Corporation
2
Minda Industries
10
*MothersonSumiSystems 1
Munjal Auto Industr.
2
Munjal Showa Ltd
2
Omax Auto
10
Phoenix Lamps
10
*Pricol Ltd.
1
*Rane (Madras)
10
Rane Brake Lining Lt
10
Rane Engine Valve Lt
10
Rico Auto Inds.
1
Samkrg Pistons & Rin
10
Setco Automotive
10
*Shanthi Gears
1
Sharda Motor Ind
10
Shivam Autotech Ltd.
2
Sona Koyo Steer.
1
Steel Strips Wheels
10
*Subros Ltd.
2
Sundaram Clayton
5
Sundaram Fasten.
1
SundaramBrakeLining 10
Suprajit Enginee
1
Talbros Auto.
10
The Hi-Tech Gears
10
*Triton Valves
10
Ucal Fuel System
10
*WABCO India
5
*Wheels India Ltd.
10
ZF Steering Gear
10
7 AUTO - CARS & JEEPS
IND. COMPOSITE
*Hind. Motor
5
*Mahi. & Mahi
5
Maruti Suzuki India
5
8 AUTO - LCVS/HCVS
IND. COMPOSITE
Ashok Leyland
1
Eicher Motors
10
Force Motors
10
SML Isuzu Ltd.
10
*Tata Motors Ltd.
2
9 AUTO - TRACTORS
IND. COMPOSITE
Escorts Ltd.
10
HMT Ltd.
10
VST Tillers Tr
10
10 BEARINGS
IND. COMPOSITE
ABC Bearings Ltd.
10
*Bimetal Bear.
10
Fag Bearings Ind
10
*Menon Bearings L
1
*NRB Bearings Lim
2
NRB Industrial Beari
2
SKF India
10
Timken India Ltd
10
11 BEVERAGES
IND. COMPOSITE
Asso. Alcohols
10
G M Breweries Ltd.
10
Globus Spirits Ltd.
10
*IFB Agro Indus
10
Jagatjit Ind.
10
Jubilant Industries
10
Khoday India
10
Manpasand Beverage 10
Pincon Spirit
10
Pioneer Distille
10
Radico Khaitan Ltd.
2
Som Distilleries
10
Tilak Nagar Ind
10
United Breweries Ltd
1

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

Latest Qtr. Year

Databank

32.48 349.4 21330


74.95
77/31 23170
32.10 49.7 57228 21084.20 21581/8347 57184
6.89 23.3
2094 1588.90 1791/521 1898
18.45 15.6
1583 1094.15 1670/557 1542
37.12 366.6 135402
398.75
573/381 154538

80
63.7
93.5
20.7
42.9
-

0 9.20 103.3
0 0.00 22.3
0 17.68 10.0

1638
5382
1282

20
133.60
174/102 1827 21.9
44.70
78/28 5423
1483.50 1900/1221 1259 18.5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

146
148
7179
190
1137
126
7570
3953

39
126.50
170/84 204 34.9
387.50
499/255 142 26.5
4319.95 4580/2600 6849 42.7
40.75
48/14 198 15.5
117.30
153/77 1381 21.8
52.20
55/16 223
1435.55 1540/1005 7035 36.9
581.30
668/299 3936 49.0

2.44
0.00
23.26
0.00
27.44
0.03
32.06
10.87

7.5
7.2
9.1
5.8
10.7
8.2
24.1
54.2

58.51 0 0.02
74.43 1 0.03
56.37 0 6.66
64.98 0 1.45
34.01 0 0.00
68.92 0 7.46
100.00 0 0.00
- 0 0.00
0.00 0 0.00
75.00 0 0.00
40.46 20 29.59
22.85 0 0.00
54.96 81 0.44
74.82 21 19.73

5.7
7.3
12.6
7.4
4.1
17.7
0.0
0.9
2.6
34.9
6.5
37.0
32.1

102
112.90
198 169.50XB
187
64.90
331
353.40
185
40.00
203
171.30
165
49.00
1698
339.20
98
98.00
119
89.00
1115
83.80
550
200.00
399
31.95
26823 1014.45

132/25
182/79
86/39
521/192
54/33
194/62
74/42
343/286
198/68
110/26
104/75
233/180
56/17
1225/601

170
215
270
273
358
203
258
1758
160
185
1929
550
1093
27697

72
8.3
10.6
26.5
21.3
6.3
16.5
34.0
103.4

-2

- 58.87

4 28.25

23
19.0
35.2
-

-14.3
11.3
2.0
-31.3
9.8

1503 360.6 -184.4


1503 634.5 12.5
1503 91.4
3.3
1503 193.4
-2.1
-

-16
21
21
12
-

34.71
49.39
61.00
52.55
69.98

21.1
23.5
60.8
10.9
0.2

230
650
118
133
163

42.50
84.15
137.70
57.30
89.00

0.3
0.5
0.7
2.6
0.0
0.7
1.2
1.0

8.2
1.0
14.4
22.2
15.7
15.4
6.8
19.7

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

101.4
72.4
76.4
40.3
658.2
427.2
979.1
253.6

8.9
0.2
4.2
2.1
46.9
6.4
39.1
36.2

47
7
-2
13
5
55
-1
41

29.78 0 2.10 20.7


74.15 0 2.34 11.2
66.35 6 0.00 27.9
42.73 0 0.87
3.2
35.85 0 22.45 40.1
36.60 78 13.17
9.8
54.82 0 12.24 126.1
43.51 0 18.36
5.5

268
107
206
153
3998
462
4116
1108

17.70
16.75
68.65
133.90
261.40
45.05XB
104.45
935.00

24
24/12 372 8.4
23/15 176
86/48 253 16.5
150/36 189 24.3
306/188 3911 20.1
79/25 568 13.2
105/48 5408 48.9
953/385 1389 19.2

0.3
2.2

21.0 1503 75.6


2.5 1503 592.4

15.6
0.5

9
12

- 56.38
- 53.56

16
623/239 598 10.6
173/80 1576 38.3

606.0 155.5
143.9
6.9
1223.9 203.2
549.5 24.4
129.1 -53.5 1503H 266.2
802.5 11.5
59.5
-1.1
164.6
-0.3
20.7
0.1
126.6 11.1
414.0 32.0
578.1
-6.8 1503H 1247.9
127.9
5.7
241.6 34.6
1.7
-0.4
18.7
-4.3
-

14
12
35
2
85
-0
14
5
-3
24
326
11
7
70
-63
6

-99.9
30.7
-

-133
-66
-

0.0
14.2 1506 3015.3 131.4 1506H 6095.4
0
0.0
14.8 1503 2463.0 317.7 1503Q 2463.0
-7
2.4 -51.4 1503 117.6 -23.9
- 4280
2.4
21.4 1503 82.3 15.8
- -14
0.5
6.7 1503 797.1 23.4
9
0.9
8.0 1503 147.6 16.8
-4
0.1
-2.4 1503 114.4
3.2
33
1.1
6.8 1503 406.3
8.2
1
0.8
0.8 1503 1043.1 36.6
1
1.5
9.5 1503 916.1 69.8
24
1.1
6.8 1503 578.1
6.0
23
0.2
7.8 1503 49.7
4.0
4
1.2
4.3 1503 166.7 13.4
-7
0.7
3.4 1503 238.7
2.7
43
1.4
6.3 1503 177.8 19.3
24
0.6
9.3 1503 665.2 36.0
19
1.1
20.0 1503 394.3 85.5
11
3.0 -104.6 1503 54.5
3.5
- -28
1.6
1.4 1503 1529.5 61.9
18
0.7
7.7 1503
3.2
0.1 1503Q
3.2 -100
0.7
55.2 1503 190.7 21.7
12
0.4
29.2 1503 137.7 38.2
20
0.2
16.7 1503 1576.4 119.7 1503N 4729.0
12
0.4
1.9 1503 88.3
1.6 1503Q 88.3 -17
0.9
9.2 1503 997.1 93.4
-2
2.9
34.1 1503 25.9 11.2
0.3
10.5 1503 6213.3 614.7
17

372.0
317.7
0.1
322.2
1.6
-

-42
-39
-95
-37
-85
-

50.29
50.28
68.79
74.99
62.89
56.18
43.06
69.38
28.23
66.92
45.93
53.07
47.33
27.40
47.72
74.88
37.50
52.14
74.87
41.09
56.93
64.63
64.78
74.99
42.29
88.63
61.68

5
-34
32
22
12
19
-12
13

22.9
30.7
-

17
117
-

49.03 0 15.66
74.76 51 0.00
40.99 0 0.92
69.92 0 2.24
53.92 2 2.26
66.44 0 0.01
71.02 73 5.59
37.53 0 4.34

18

24.0
13.6
20.6
2.9
197.3
0.1
-2.2
3.9
-1.1
20.5
6.3
17.6
7.8
19.0
-30.0
-16.4

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

0.7
1.5
0.3
1.0
0.8
1.4
0.7
0.9

10.4
0.8
15.3
14.5
4.3
6.2
5.6
6.4

1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

406.9
87.3
274.8
296.3
189.8
103.7
248.2
285.0

0.9

24.6 1503

25.1

22.9 1506Q 406.9


0.5
12.8
12.6
2.8
-0.4
21.7 1503N 670.1
6.1
-

1.4

6.83
8.78

13.8
31.7

545
484

529.80
140.40

61.65 0 27.29
67.68 0 0.04
46.74 0 32.03
53.01 17 10.07
52.35 0 39.98
68.78 12 2.24
58.56 0 0.00
56.07 0 0.00
64.20 0 0.01
56.40 0 13.15
74.87 0 11.49
54.16 0 14.34
74.42 0 0.06
48.01 0 25.50
95.76 0 0.00
63.35 0 0.02

16.9
4.1
84.8
64.6
8.6
41.4
3.0
1.8
16.2
8.6
55.3
18.7
13.9
6.4
12.6
7.1

9442
381
26318
700
254
598
99
195
105
811
7829
549
371
2040
97
109

1001.05
346.60
1130.25
19.60
34.90
9.37
272.00
274.20
6.98
672.25
242.30
149.50
42.70
742.50
9.50
553.00

- 47.25

0
0

0
0
48
0
0
0
6
0
76
0
0
4
0
52
98
68
8
99
0
18
0
99
0
0
4
0
0

30.86 103.5
39.91 181.4
2.62 52.1
0.22
7.6
18.65 22.1
5.07
4.0
1.89 68.5
15.12 53.1
41.11 95.8
20.46 84.5
31.58 79.1
0.09 41.5
12.72 14.0
11.38 27.1
0.06 34.4
0.68 10.2
35.92 19.2
27.01
7.1
15.30 89.1
33.31 39.9
9.28
7.5
1.98
9.0
17.13 13.3
0.00 23.8
35.11 19.4
3.53 17.1
25.25 297.6

0.00

144/36 1410
91/29 1089
165/91 115
67/36 468
105/54 186

Trailing P/E Ratio

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

3585.30 4080/2226 56265

52-Week
High/Low

52104

1.4
1.7
0.0
3.1
0.5

0.1
0.7
0.5
0.9
0.0
1.6
0.5
2.9
2.0
0.7
0.1
1.9
0.3
1.5
0.0
0.7

0 21.54
0 1.09
0 0.00
0 4.02
0 3.17

82.9

(17/07/15)

Inst. Stake (%)

Pledged (%)

Prom. Stake (%)

NP Growth (%)
-

CMP (`)

MARKET RELATED DATA


Market Cap
(` Cr)

NP (` Cr)

Sales Growth (%)

Sales
(` Cr)

Year / Months

NP
(` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)

Latest Qtr. Year

RONW (%)

1.2 -105.3 1503 2051.3 -1799.3

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

United Spirits Ltd.


10 U1503 145.3 128 8049 -1956.5 -134.6
12 CABLES - POWER/OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE
120
5517 -106
Diamond Power Infras 10 U1503
54.0 151 2423 -116.3 -21.5
KEI Industries
2 U1503
15.4 39 2031 34.3
4.4 0.40
Torrent Cables Ltd.
10 1503
8.6 198 272
3.4
3.9 1.00
Universal Cables
10 1503
23.1 47 694 -34.7 -15.0
Veto Switchgears & C
10 U1503
18.3 40
97
7.1
3.9
13 CABLES - TELEPHONE
IND. COMPOSITE
354
8540
429
Aksh Optifibre
5 U1503
75.8 26 348 32.1
2.1
Bhagyanagar India Lt
2 U1503
12.8 33 252
2.1
0.3 0.30
Birla Ericsson
10 1503
30.0 29 264 12.5
4.2 1.00
CMI L
10 U1503
11.5 25 137
6.3
5.5
*Finolex Cables
2 1503
30.6 83 2449 198.7 13.0 1.80
Shilpi Cable Technol
10 U1503 102.6* 22 1408 35.0
3.4
*Sterlite Technologie
2 1503
78.8 32 3030 84.2
2.1 0.60
*Vindhya Telelink
10 1503
11.9 248 652 57.8 48.8 5.00
14 CARBON BLACK
IND. COMPOSITE
45
2753
64
*Oriental Carbon
10 1503
10.3 237 283 51.3 49.8 8.50
*Phillips Carbon
10 1503
34.5 148 2470 12.6
3.7 1.00
15 CASTINGS AND FORGINGS
IND. COMPOSITE
1273
19988 1372
AIA Engineering
2 U1503
18.9 183 2094 414.6 44.0 8.00
Alicon Castalloy
5 U1503
5.5 120 509 18.0 16.3 3.00
*Bharat Forge
2 1503 46.6* 150 4548 719.0 30.9 7.50
Electrosteel Cas
1 U1503
35.7 71 2154 72.7
2.0 0.65
Hinduja Foundries Lt
10 1409
72.7 -44 999 -262.4 -24.1
Jayaswal Neco Indust 10 U1503 638.6 34 3024
2.0
0.0
Kalyani Forge
10 U1503
3.6 276 241
-2.3 -6.2
KIC Metaliks
10 U1503
7.1 64 426
1.8
2.5
LGB Forge Ltd.
1 U1503
15.0
1
80
-0.1 -0.0
M M Forgings Ltd.
10 U1503
12.1 204 503 50.5 41.9 3.00
Mahindra CIE Auto
10 U1503 323.1* 38 1643 77.7
2.4
Metalyst Forgings
10 1409
36.8 298 2397 193.1 52.5 1.00
*Nelcast Ltd.
2 1503
17.4 32 545 21.9
2.5 0.70
Ramkrishna Forgings
10 U1503
27.5 143 741 74.7 27.2 2.00
Smiths & Founders
1 U1503
10.2
1
7
-1.8 -0.2
Uni Abex Alloys
10 U1503
2.0 238
78
-7.7 -39.1 3.00
16 CEMENT
IND. COMPOSITE
3007
84237 6941
*ACC
10 1412 187.9* 438 11738 1168.3 62.2 34.00
Ambuja Cements Ltd.
2 1412 310.4 65 9978 1496.4
9.6 5.00
Andhra Cement
10 U1503 293.5
4 152 -84.2 -2.9
Anjani Portland
10 U1503
18.4 42 260 16.7
9.1
Birla Corporation Lt
10 1503
77.0 340 3210 175.4 22.8 6.00
Deccan Cements
10 U1503
7.0 356 439 19.9 28.4 2.50
Guj. Sidhee Ceme
10 U1503 86.2* 22 484
-4.5 -0.5
*Heidelberg Cement In 10 1503 226.6 38 2044 59.5
2.1
India Cements Lt
10 U1503 307.2 115 4454 29.4
1.0
JK Cement
10 1503
69.9 235 3349 156.9 22.4 4.00
JK Lakshmi Cement L
5 U1503
58.8 118 2307 95.6
8.1 2.00
*Kakatiya Cement Suga 10 1503
7.8 234 193 14.1 18.2 2.70
KCP Ltd.
1 U1503
12.9 29 607 15.9
1.2 0.75
Mangalam Cement
10 U1503
26.7 195 922 17.9
6.7 2.00
NCL Industries
10 U1503 36.7* 38 536
8.9
2.4
OCL India Limi
2 U1503
11.4 215 2215 113.7 20.0 4.00
Orient Cement Ltd.
1 1503
20.5 48 1547 194.8
9.5 1.75
Panyam Cement
10 U1503
16.0
9
89 -15.2 -9.5
Prism Cement Lim
10 U1503 503.4 20 5594 14.7
0.3
Rain Industries
2 1412
67.3
9
8 24.6
0.7 1.00
Sagar Cements
10 U1503
17.4 309 576 296.7 170.6 7.50
Saurashtra Cemen
10 U1503
51.2 37 563 67.6 13.2
Shree Cement
10 1406
34.8 1352 5887 787.2 226.0 22.00
Shree Digvijay
10 1412 141.4 14 414
3.7
0.3
*The Ramco Cements
1 1503
23.8 111 3645 242.3 10.2 1.50
Udaipur Cement Works 4 U1503 118.1
1
92 10.0
0.3
UltraTech Cement
10 U1503 274.4 696 22936 2014.7 73.4 9.00
17 CEMENT - PRODUCTS/BUILDING MATERIALS
IND. COMPOSITE
296
6855
243
*Everest Industries L
10 U1503 15.3* 214 1231 34.2 22.3 5.00
GPT Infraprojects
10 U1503
14.5 98 247
1.1
0.7
*HIL
10 1503
7.5 578 1108 66.9 89.6 20.00
*Indian Hume Pipe
2 1503
4.8 118 1010 41.6 17.2 3.00
Ramco Industries
1 U1503
8.7 56 753 20.9
2.4 0.30
*Sahyadri Industries
10 1503
9.6 119 438
7.1
7.4 1.50
Sanghi Industrie
10 1406 220.0 40 1048 49.6
2.3
*Visaka Indus.
10 1503
15.9 209 1021 21.2 13.4 5.00
18 CERAMICS/TILES/SANITARYWARE
IND. COMPOSITE
181
9052
288
Acrysil Ltd.
10 U1503
4.9* 79 116
9.5 19.5 4.00

DERatio

LATEST QTR.

Div (`)

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

Sales (` Cr)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

1361/705
350/131
1363/680
34/15
59/29
20/7
312/167
480/156
8/3
751/216
257/152
520/123
54/26
760/199
15/5
665/330

9446
455
27379
2673
767
3800
144
268
130
947
7897
2508
401
2497
102
129

30
22.8
21.2
36.6
9.6
110.0
16.1
139.1
4.1
16.9
27.3
-

27894 1484.10 1775/1338


38883
250.55
287/202
198
6.75
14/6
214
116.50
148/45
3484
452.45
615/377
292
416.80
443/263
229
26.55
46/19
1671
73.75
104/59
2695
87.75
134/73
4246
607.25
754/360
3961
336.65
430/217
100
128.70
138/99
889
68.95
87/41
735
275.30
354/207
285
77.65
84/28
2894
508.65
685/260
3733
182.20
200/93
98
61.00
72/26
6164
122.45
134/65
1539
45.75
60/28
726
417.80
475/275
360
70.35
81/33
40551 11640.25 12389/6925
264
18.70
25/14
8452
355.00
380/267
434
14.70
25/9
88267 3216.65 3399/2300

27589
36444
681
355
4260
454
208
2450
5359
6261
5330
92
1271
1045
483
3427
4795
185
7687
1728
900
363
41470
303
10654
432
92862

34
31.0
30.0
12.8
20.4
14.7
27.1
41.4
7.1
56.0
41.0
32.1
25.5
19.2
2.4
5.3
67.7
34.9
43.8

11.4
0.8
15.6
12.8
13.0
4.9
12.4
16.4

568
150
546
881
759
97
1335
212

370.20
102.90
731.00
363.70
87.55
101.85
60.70
133.40

19
430/224 759 15.1
259/81 349
773/457 656 8.2
377/212 1155 20.8
104/54 1094 36.3
107/51 260 13.7
70/28 1836 20.2
152/85 470 10.0

5.3

326

671.00

720/360

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

33
357 34.4

25

Updated Information

26

DSIJ.in

677.5 52.8
16
37.0
3.0
6
78.5
-6.1
- -74
148.3 11.8
4
1072.3 -59.3
8
135.1
8.4
12
96.2
9.0
17
53.6
1.8
10
28.3
1.4
-4
332.5 15.2
9
80.4
8.6 1503Q 80.4
1
17.1
4.1
26
65.0
6.8 1503Q 65.0
2
121.5
8.2
9
347.4 300.1
17
97.6
6.0
25
69.8 -48.2
- -55
284.1 29.3 1506Q 284.1 -17
631.3
-2.6
- -12
55.1
2.5
2
17.2
2.3
23
14.3
2.5
- -10
75.3 -28.1
- -28
147.0
3.7
6
83.9
6.0
-11
52.2
1.2
- -26
34.3
4.3
3
53.0
-4.6
- -19
146.0 16.6
23
95.3
2.3
30
65.1
4.6 1506Q 65.1
79
185.7
5.5
32
968.1 77.2
15
94.0
-0.5
-7
11.8
0.3
- 27429
100.3
5.0
38
27.6
-0.8
-6
198.6 12.3
-9
84.7
9.4
-2
175.0 32.4
19
95.7
3.4
66
121.4
9.8
24

8.6
6.8
29.3
4.6
-

43
49
170
51
-

271.6
641.0
495.6
75.6
183.3
1.8
2113.0

16651
197 1126
77 2374
298 1948
114 338
35 777
18
7
249 10082

1120
37.3
183.0
227.9
15.3
22.1
-4.0
638.0

15.9 5.00
18.3 2.20
31.0 4.50
3.5 1.50
2.8
-0.6 0.75
25.0 12.50

2.2
1.6
0.1
0.2
1.1
0.0
0.5

8.1
23.8
10.4
3.1
8.0
-3.5
10.1

1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503

2027
776
656
441
77
78

156
55.6
66.2
22.6
-1.4
13.0

3.5 1.00
21.0 6.00
17.6 5.00
-4.5
58.0 10.00

0.2
0.0
0.0
0.6
0.2

10.4
6.7
7.6
-1.2
14.0

1503 219.6
1503 148.4
1503 177.7
1506 34.3
1503 25.3

508
22641 -494
11.0
1
2
0.1
0.0
84.3 15 130
-0.8 -0.1
30.3 393 1288 197.8 65.3 27.50
11.7* 71 2129
11.7
9.9 2.00
44.6 68 5725 -191.7 -8.6
221.8* -41 985 -708.3 -31.9
80.0 34 12021 182.0
4.6 1.90
6.0 136
91 13.2
4.4 2.00
18.0 21 270
2.3
1.3
-

0.0
0.0
0.0
3.1
0.3
0.0
0.2
0.0
1.4

0.4
-0.6
16.6
14.0
-12.7
78.7
13.4
3.2
6.1

1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

6308
612.4*

4.3 -184.9 1503

34
311
230
384
413

234519 52279
9 401 -1057.8 -17.3

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

8.6
51.1
96.3
6.7
8.9 1506Q 183.3
-2.3
54.7
-

9
7
4
-3
-0
-25
19

8.9
-

-4
-

12.8
17.6
20.3
4.6 1506Q
4.5
-

34.3
-

-7
14
-24
192
4

4.6
-

386
-

1.8
-0.1
36.0
-1.1
333.8 128.8 1506Q 333.8
549.3
3.9
932.7 -23.1 1503N 3141.1
160.6 -82.7 1503Q 160.6
3007.7 48.0
14.9
3.7
71.8
1.1
-

46
27
6
-8
-28
-40
11
-37
10

93.5 -401.0

24

13.21
6.90
0.04
0.03
6.74
0.93
0.14
0.35
0.02
5.52
3.90
0.89
0.01
0.00
7.76
6.69
0.02
0.05
1.91
0.00
0.10
0.05
0.02
4.37
0.00
0.01
0.00
0.01
21.17
0.10
14.47
1.43
19.62
3.52
0.00
0.31
0.00
0.02
13.07
7.84
0.60
0.00

3335
376.40
347 251.90XB
144
16.97
355
109.60
4941 1141.60
1030
107.40
198
384.90
260
389.10
213
286.40
765 73.15XB
889 1121.50
410 36.50XB
800 1252.00
414
18.25
7880
717.35
279
314.30
106
15.81
373
121.00
294
94.95
112
34.00
103
319.50
132
21.05
468
92.80
168
112.15
123
138.85
112
154.40
102 168.30XB
368
641.00
1109 1135.25
132
145.00
335
162.90
275
68.10
28686
559.55
309
252.10
963
233.90
116
78.50
423
575.90
175
170.60
241
410.00
2817
546.05
155
84.65
552
461.70

225.10
84.30
170.10
42.25
16.31
25.00
485.20

19.6
20.8
17.7
4.5
2.1

2149
3145
705
252
173

135.65
996.25
548.50
821.50
768.00

- 20.51 0 0.00
2.9
- 4.08 0 0.00
8.2
128.8
207 51.12 0 36.20 30.2
- 61.47 0 0.00
2.3
-59.0 -1031 58.04 0 6.63 80.9
-82.7
53 36.46 83 0.02 120.2
- 13.32 0 52.35 20.5
- 74.48 0 0.01 15.1
- 61.92 0 0.36 21.9

101
113
5990
104
935
250
4095
277
125

31.90
73.99
67.89
72.57
74.98

6.46

0 26.14
0 8.99
0 18.44
0 0.00
0 0.00

0 52.06 156.2

258

Trailing P/E Ratio

110.80
173/68 480 17.3
2020.20 2952/1200 2657 37.7
352.50
477/232 3410 24.5
787.05
861/526 6312 37.2
23.85
29/17 216
27.90
35/13 1054
144.00
179/70 353 41.8
409.00
500/235 1685 35.8

526
843
1249
185
128
161
12361

56.31 0 14.04 10.6


18.37 47 19.73 59.0
46.27 0 6.35 52.4
74.42 0 0.61 12.1
49.90 3 7.99 27.2
20.14 0 5.13 35.7
30.98 5 47.00 184.2

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

17.2
4.4
78.0
5.3
41.4
8.2
19.9
1.5
4.2
13.4
8.6
2.0
6.9
13.4
12.2
12.7
53.8
27.5
32.7
12.7
5.5
41.9
8.9
5.1
3.1
27.3
2.4
8.2
94.1
6.5
4.1
3.8
53.9
26.1
0.5
62.1
3.5
15.3
7.3
14.6
19.6
3.0

0
0
0
38
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
16
0
57
0
0
78
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
67

52-Week
High/Low

59.22
62.49
45.05
54.39
73.33
52.19
57.66
68.75
63.71
57.28
74.99
71.71
74.98
68.68
68.33
62.20
58.77
72.21
61.06
73.84
55.41
73.11
44.91
65.49
55.02
48.16
74.99
70.51
38.79
74.48
63.06
48.75
69.73
46.02
21.80
55.44
62.35
42.99
47.78
72.24
50.77
74.99

(17/07/15)

250
2627
2548
6255
97
153
199
1589

CMP (`)

Inst. Stake (%)

8.0
12.9
18.5
18.8
11.0
13.2
13.2
5.4

Pledged (%)

Market Cap
(` Cr)

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

584
23.4
100.0
73.4
21.8
78.7
32.2
254.8

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

15
-

MARKET RELATED DATA

37.51 0 2.59
54.71 0 19.26
47.11 0 36.10
49.54 0 28.41
61.33 0 0.52
69.54 84 0.57
73.56 0 0.09
56.22 0 8.89

Prom. Stake (%)

15.7
-

102
41
17
74
273
10
264
73
116
33
171
5
153
10
265
221
-86
79
143
13
247
14
42
129
175
23
152
370
585
133
74
61
50
18
1
115
24
147
133
84
21
76

66
15.8
31.6
12.8
3.1
2.3

NP Growth (%)

20.7
24.1
-30.6
15.2
-5.7
26.4
14.2
12.4
16.4
15.4
23.3
18.6
25.1
14.5
13.2
12.9
37.1
3.3
-13.8
11.0
15.7
1.6
-31.6
5.8
8.4
42.6
16.9
2.9
8.6
4.2
11.6
5.5
19.7
15.9
3.4
11.5
-17.8
9.4
14.1
26.7
32.5
24.1

16
20
16
21
-8
12
21
27

809
44.3
13.8
85.0
6.5
43.3
9.6
5.1
6.7*
7.5
20.9
7.9
22.5*
6.4
22.7
11.0
4.4
67.3*
30.8
31.0
32.9*
3.2
62.7
50.5*
7.5
8.9
7.3
6.0*
5.7
9.8
9.1
20.6
8.1
51.3
12.3
4.1
14.7
7.4
10.2
5.9
10.3
1.8
11.9

4.4
15.7 1506Q 194.3
39.8
47.5
1.2
45.0
2.5
14.8
-

NP (` Cr)

29798 1274
2871 187.8 21.2 5.50 1.2
151 13.7
9.9 2.50 0.5
140 -44.5 -5.2
- 0.2
605 36.4 11.2 1.20 1.1
4706 -66.9 -15.5 4.00 0.8
431 25.8
2.7 0.45 1.3
356 19.3 37.5 1.50 0.8
220
6.1
9.1 3.00 0.5
102 14.8 19.8 2.50 0.0
1327 53.4
5.1 1.00 1.4
341 31.6 39.9 4.50 0.0
65
11.2
1.0 0.10 0.0
263 24.6 38.5 21.00 0.0
416 33.2
1.5 0.22 0.4
1321 382.4 34.8 3.50 0.3
402 25.5 28.7 3.50 0.5
150 -215.5 -32.0
- 0.0
1188
8.9
2.9 1.00 0.8
2557 -61.3 -19.8
- 3.4
217
4.6
1.4 0.50 1.2
73 12.4 38.7 1.50 0.0
57
1.4
0.2
- 0.0
386 -66.7 -13.2
- 1.8
655
11.3
7.5 1.00 1.1
331 13.1 14.8 6.00 0.1
146
7.0
9.6
- 0.6
135 15.5 25.6 3.50 0.0
196
6.2 10.8 5.00 0.0
546 49.4 50.5 16.00 0.1
359
5.1
5.6 1.00 0.4
193 17.8
8.7 1.50 1.1
730 13.8
3.4 2.00 0.1
4398 501.9
9.8 2.90 0.0
410
3.6
2.9
- 14.2
25
0.1
0.0
- 0.0
392 19.4 13.2 1.50 0.6
119
-3.2 -4.3
- 2.1
927 14.2 13.9 4.00 0.5
259
11.1 18.8 5.00 0.9
772 115.8 22.4 3.50 0.1
442 12.3
6.7 1.50 0.0
418 21.9 18.3 2.00 2.3

Sales Growth (%)

Sales
(` Cr)
236.9
194.3
558.9
605.3
42.3
199.9
202.1
459.1

Sales
(` Cr)

Latest Qtr. Year


1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

131 823 14.5


6.4
270 822 67.7 52.0
170 1857 104.2 14.4
83 2233 168.4 21.2
76 140
1.7
0.4
-6 827 -127.2 -23.3
131 693
4.8
3.5
68 1541 44.4 11.4

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE
Year / Months

RONW (%)
4.9
19.2
8.5
25.4
0.6
373.9
2.6
16.8

EPS (`)

0.9
0.2
0.8
0.1
0.4
9.8
0.9
0.6

NP (` Cr)

6.25
3.50
4.00
0.50
2.00

Sales (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

DERatio

22.6
6.5
14.5
15.9
40.8
54.7
13.8
7.8

LATEST QTR.

Div (`)

Asian Granito India


10 U1503
Cera Sanitaryware Lt
5 1503
HSIL Ltd.
2 U1503
Kajaria Ceramics
2 U1503
Murudeshwar Cer.
10 U1503
Nitco Ltd.
10 U1503
Orient Bell
10 U1503
Somany Ceramics Ltd.
2 U1503
19 CHEMICALS
IND. COMPOSITE
Aarti Ind. Ltd
5 1503
*Adi Finechem
10 1503
Andhra Petro
10 U1503
Balaji Amines Li
2 U1503
BASF India Lt
10 U1503
*Camlin Fine Sciences
1 1503
Camphor & Allied
10 U1503
Chembond Chemica
10 U1503
*Dai Ichi Karkari
10 1503
*Deepak Nitrite
2 1503
Elantas Beck India L
10 1412
Fineotex Chemical Lt
2 U1503
Foseco India Lim
10 1412
Grauer & Weil
1 U1503
Guj. Fluorochemi
1 U1503
Gulshan Polyols Ltd.
5 U1503
Hind. Organi
10 U1503
I G Petrochemicals L
10 U1503
India Glycols
10 U1503
Indo Amines Limi
10 U1503
Indo Borax
10 U1503
*Insilco Ltd.
10 1503
IOL Chemicals and Ph 10 U1503
Jayant Agro Org
5 U1503
Jocil Ltd.
10 U1503
Kesar Petroprod.
10 U1503
Narmada Gelatines Lt 10 U1503
National Peroxid
10 U1503
Navin Fluorine Inter
10 1503
Nitta Gelatin India
10 U1503
*Omkar Speciality Che 10 U1503
Panama Petrochem
2 U1503
Pidilite Inds.
1 U1503
Punjab Chemicals and 10 U1503
Ram Minerals & Chemi
1 U1503
Sree Rayalaseema Hi- 10 U1503
Sunshield Chemic
10 U1503
*Thirumalai Chem.
10 1503
Transpek Indus.
10 U1503
*Vinati Organics
2 1503
Vinyl Chemicals
1 U1503
Vishnu Chemicals
10 1503
20 CHEMICALS - CHLRO ALKALI
IND. COMPOSITE
Aditya Birla Chemica
10 U1503
GHCL
10 1503
Guj. Alkalie & C
10 U1503
Kanoria Chemical
5 U1503
Sree Rayalaseema Alk 10 U1503
Standard Indust
5 U1503
Tata Chemicals
10 U1503
21 COMPRESSORS
IND. COMPOSITE
*Elgi Equipments
1 1503
Ingersoll Rand
10 U1503
*Kirloskar Pneumatic
10 1503
Revathi Equipment Lt
10 U1503
Veljan Denison
10 U1503
22 COMPUTER - HARDAWARE
IND. COMPOSITE
ACI Infocom Ltd.
1 U1503
Cerebra Integrat
10 U1503
*CMC Ltd.
10 1503
Compuage Infocom Ltd 10 U1503
HCL Infosystem
2 1406
Moser Baer India
10 1412
*Redington (India) Lt
2 1503
*Smartlink Network
2 1503
*TVS Electronics
10 1503
23 COMPUTER - SOFTWARE
IND. COMPOSITE
3i Infotech
10 U1503

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

NP
(` Cr)

Databank

385/210
395/210
18/8
128/67
1498/812
129/46
433/232
430/155
300/84
91/61
1311/650
45/6
1390/689
20/9
817/476
375/164
31/13
135/40
157/75
39/17
398/137
27/13
95/25
157/90
174/95
199/10
246/145
864/506
1190/501
209/118
187/134
71/42
638/344
294/87
244/30
86/24
609/185
194/75
430/185
668/335
96/26
462/80

343/192
107/53
230/156
54/30
20/9
28/16
495/331

4375
374
188
571
5982
1142
289
280
207
1232
882
402
775
485
8517
326
309
529
1850
154
100
114
770
366
128
110
92
371
1140
182
465
267
28549
552
963
196
465
234
297
2829
149
701

30
17.8
25.4
9.8
39.9
10.3
46.5
14.4
14.3
26.0
29.8
12.5
20.6
11.0
13.6
24.2
8.3
14.9
9.4
16.0
6.7
59.1
22.5
25.8
17.3
20.0
57.2
86.8
6.0
12.3
21.8
24.3
12.6
25.2

14
1431 14.1
2049 4.6
1168 5.2
270 12.1
367 5.9
157
14419 19.4

39
175/117 2236 38.6
1125/551 2728 47.6
670/451 685 31.2
893/275 324
900/310 184 13.1

26
9.10
10/3 100
13.42
19/6 112
1976.90 2403/1810 5957 21.0
88.80XB
126/65 287 8.9
41.95
95/31 1192
11.28
18/6 1878
102.45
148/87 4350 22.5
92.25
100/52 225 21.0
69.15
75/27 176 54.4

4.21

11/2 2489

22
-

1415
64.1
22.2
125.0
30.5
21.9
9.7
45.7
142.2
0.2

9.6
6.3
4.2
5.1
1.4
2.4
4.5
7.6
0.1

1.70
0.24
0.80
0.30
0.50
1.40
-

1.0
0.5
0.2
1.2
0.3
0.6
0.1
0.2
0.0

22.0
6.0
3.1
7.0
1.3
12.9
8.8
13.0
1.4

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
-

314.1
92.1
119.7
215.2
205.7
8.7
64.2
676.0
-

17.4
17.2
4.0
1.4
4.3
1.0
29.6
68.7
-

59
0.2
8
16
-6
54.0
1
-21
-7
14
250
9
31
121
-7
9
89.8
-10
-12
14
-31
-57
-1
-33
6
442
-39
8 4910.8
18
70.9
25
8
163
17
7
0
33
13
4.3
49
-22
-31
10.8
1
14 137.0
182
-34
-5.9
9
72.3
8
19
5
-19
5
-16
14
8.7
34
293
-23
11.1
7
0
42
12
39
0.1
-4
-7
239
15 5489.0
10
21
-3
58
24
8
-19
-0.8
-0
-66
21
64.5

5
- 2417
4
11
-1
45
- -10
28
- -59

90
-26
66
23
-26
48
-39
6
-0
61
-6
-30
-29
8
-207
42

Trailing P/E Ratio

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

52-Week
High/Low

(17/07/15)

7.7
35.7
43.8
22.6
42.9
0.9
11.7
12.9
0.6

CMP (`)

66.86 31 21.03
62.84 8 0.00
63.44 0 12.07
57.52 59 0.01
49.07 44 14.82
74.09 0 0.41
61.03 0 12.96
57.23 0 28.83
32.50 0 0.00

64.35 0
64.92 0
75.29 0
74.65 0
75.00 100
43.96 10
47.14 3
31.89 57
59.12 0
51.78 0
46.91 0
53.16 0
38.03 0
22.20 0
72.74 0
54.72 0
52.35 0
44.77 87
45.63 0
56.12 0
57.69 4
38.25 0
25.28 0
24.85 0
60.57 0
71.35 0
67.71 0
70.82 0
49.72 0
72.16 0
13.07 0
32.12 0
9.37 0
59.39 0
62.72 0
21.67 10
39.20 6
51.03 0
64.51 0
13.71 0
60.48 0
34.25 0
30.86 0
60.62 0
62.84 0
74.50 0
74.39 0
38.52 0
29.01 0
50.67 0
69.17 0
51.35 18
38.26 0
73.46 0
36.84 0
32.37 6
54.56 0
40.31 7
0.53 100
68.35 0
30.72 0
73.89 2
44.95 0
36.67 0
48.12 0
38.71 0
23.13 0
73.38 0
75.00 0
61.65 60
59.44 39
48.14 0

MARKET RELATED DATA


Market Cap
(` Cr)

4.7
2.7
6.4
15.2
10.3
24.8
88.9
6.1
10.6
12.3
6.8
3.5
10.4
15.0
15.1
17.7
13.6
134.6
63.9
146.4
3.4
26.1
0.2
0.1
126.2
85.4
10.9
10.6
7.9
25.0
531.9
51.1
7.7
6.1
5.8
49.0
16.2
20.3
8.8
56.3
30.9
77.0
39.3
16.2
6.3
17.8
7.8
45.1
48.8
11.8
7.7
134.9
23.8
2.5
28.4
34.9
9.6
4.3
64.5
18.9
66.1
616.8
59.7
530.5
12.0
13.8
1.7
227.6
17.9
83.6
4.7
24.2

Pledged (%)

2.93
1.80
2.66
6.50
7.08
0.05
5.73
1.79
2.18
2.21
0.29
1.64
0.18
49.25
0.02
4.58
39.10
9.60
17.16
15.83
13.39
6.06
0.00
0.00
33.45
18.32
17.24
6.38
0.09
3.80
57.09
25.13
2.47
12.20
0.00
42.33
20.14
19.61
0.00
45.23
28.61
22.95
52.14
10.83
3.79
14.49
0.00
31.35
23.32
0.02
7.67
16.20
7.65
1.49
15.23
8.46
7.02
1.74
0.28
1.35
0.13
21.60
12.26
47.92
0.01
13.26
0.43
15.11
0.36
15.45
0.11
14.32

Prom. Stake (%)

NP Growth (%)

NP (` Cr)

Sales Growth (%)

Sales
(` Cr)

Year / Months

NP
(` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)

Latest Qtr. Year

RONW (%)

0.2
3.1 1506
4.0
0.2 1506Q
4.0
0.0
19.7 1503 33.1
4.8
0.9
-6.5 1503 98.3
-5.1
0.0 111.5 1503 69.1 15.8 1503N 204.4
1.6
-0.4 1503 97.4 39.6
0.1
0.6 1503 24.8 11.4
0.0
7.8 1503 29.6
4.4
0.2
2.9 1503 80.8
2.3
0.4
12.8 1503 52.0
4.5
0.0
11.0 1503 36.1
2.5
0.0
1.7 1503
5.3
-0.8
0.0
3.7 1503 31.9
0.6
0.1
10.5 1503 10.5
1.0
0.0
17.1 1506 341.9 89.8 1506Q 341.9
0.2
6.1 1503 45.3
4.7
0.4
-5.2 1503
9.9
-2.7
0.0
33.4 1503 215.6 48.7
1.1 -228.0 1503 36.8 -89.9
0.2
15.6 1503 42.4
-5.7
0.1
10.1 1503 220.7 28.5
0.0
2.5 1503 14.1
1.3
0.0
19.5 1503 86.6
3.7
0.1
0.3
0.0
10.9 1503
5.7
0.7
0.0
38.0 1503 4385.9 1564.7 1503N 12687.9
0.0
30.7 1503 299.0 70.9 1503Q 299.0
0.2
12.8 1503 279.3 33.0
0.0
10.8 1503 22.5 17.8
0.1
-0.3 1503
2.9
-0.2
0.0
18.6 1503 87.5
7.5
0.0
25.3 1503 11926.0 3024.0
0.0 -13.6 1503 124.1 -21.0
0.0
11.1 1503 15.5
3.1
0.0
6.1 1503
9.9
2.5
0.2
10.6 1503
9.7
1.7 1503N 28.1
0.4
19.3 1503 321.3 54.7
0.4
0.3 1503 122.2
1.6
0.0
21.6 1506 106.7 10.8 1506Q 106.7
0.0
6.9 1503 23.4
1.8
0.0
26.6 1506 962.3 137.0 1506Q 962.3
0.0
12.5 1503 737.4 129.4
0.3 -38.3 1506 76.8
-5.9 1506Q 76.8
0.0
14.5 1506 361.7 72.3 1506Q 361.7
0.0
15.4 1503 83.2 20.8
0.3
4.1 1503 23.4
-1.4
0.0
12.5 1503 818.3 201.5
1.3
12.1 1503 24.9 10.0
0.0
19.1 1503 326.7 71.1
0.0
22.0 1503 429.1 31.9
0.0
42.8 1503 80.5
8.7 1503Q 80.5
1.0
0.6 1503 65.3
4.8
1.2
19.1 1503 486.9 132.7
0.0
30.4 1506 69.8 11.1 1506Q 69.8
0.4
9.6 1503 11.2
1.2
0.0
31.0 1503 86.2
5.4
0.0
32.9 1503 126.2 34.4
0.1
21.8 1503 52.6
1.6
0.0
0.0 1503
0.4
0.1 1503N
1.4
2.2
-9.3 1503 95.3
2.2
0.0
3.4 1503
6.6
7.2
0.0
0.5 1503 64.7
2.2
0.0
42.4 1506 20073.8 5489.0 1506Q 20073.8
0.0
36.3 1503 231.3 29.8
0.0
20.0 1503 4707.1 429.0
0.0
0.0 1503 37.8
-0.6
0.6
31.3 1503 695.6 75.4
0.0
0.2 1503
4.2
0.1
0.2
23.7 1503 10651.5 2141.6
0.0
4.1 1503 28.6
-0.8 1503Q 28.6
0.4
4.3 1503 41.7
3.8
0.2
13.8 1503 64.6 31.0
0.0
23.8 1506 289.7 64.5 1506Q 289.7

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

8962
102618
13.4 43 1060
35.5 104 144
59.0 137 430
59.4 72 770
78.7 105 850
41.2 18
59
20.5 51 120
93.5 58 1967
12.6 10
2

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

Inst. Stake (%)

21
12
0.7
0.7
89
82 17.5 17.5 2.00
39 340
-7.5 -2.5
54 283 89.6 60.0 49.00
33 340
-0.4 -0.1
150 130
4.4
1.0
53 100 16.5
4.1 3.25
167 261
9.8
4.9 3.00
33 188
11.3
4.2
98 138
11.7 10.8 4.00
8
25
0.3
0.1
39 115
3.6
1.5
29
41
8.2
3.0 1.00
141 1294 271.2 24.1
71 189 25.3
4.3 1.00
73
35 -12.3 -3.8
212 818 215.8 70.9 35.00
42 198 -1165.4 -95.2
620 161 445.1 96.6 17.00
24 914 163.8
2.5
61
60
4.6
1.5 0.13
59 381 74.4 11.5 2.50
10
2
0.0
0.0
16
9
0.8
1.7
112 16497 5984.6 42.6 10.00
34 1155 318.4 10.6 9.45
425 1070 112.6 54.3 20.00
415 110 92.6 45.0 15.00
68
13
-0.3 -0.2
139 415 103.6 25.8
209 47300 12164.0 53.0 59.50
52 453 -71.2 -7.1
30
47
6.7
3.3
56
31
5.0
3.4 2.00
9
34
3.9
0.9
53 1246 201.4 10.2 1.10
13 492
1.7
0.0
151 665 74.4 32.6 2.50
66
80
11.5
4.6 1.00
240 3547 534.3 63.7 17.00
210 3026 553.0 26.3 16.00
18 349 -116.1 -7.0
167 1346 147.6 24.2 9.50
122 279 60.7 18.8 5.00
29
87
1.7
1.2
999 3341 1058.0 125.0 665.00
21
57 19.5
2.5 0.50
169 1242 259.3 32.4 15.00
59 1678 130.7 13.1 15.00
14 291 75.0
5.9 5.85
91 223
1.6
0.5
167 1872 716.5 44.4 3.00
83 346 64.9 25.3 3.25
58
47
5.7
5.5 2.50
239 347 158.8 74.3 27.00
34 467 117.5 11.2 7.00
80 214 18.5 17.5 24.00
36
1
0.2
0.0
15 306 -28.4 -1.4
27
26
11.3
0.9 1.00
61 133
3.1
0.3
232 73578 19257.0 98.3 79.00
91 849 102.9 33.0 11.00
117 19163 2256.2 23.5 6.00
56 150
0.0
0.0
20 2775 320.6
6.4 0.25
1
13
0.1
0.0
140 41210 8193.1 33.2 12.00
16 150
7.2
0.6
7 122
9.6
0.3
15
79 15.7
2.0 0.35
174 1080 183.1 41.3 11.00

DERatio

LATEST QTR.

Div (`)

U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503

EPS (`)

2
10
2
10
5
10
2
5
10

10.7*
10.0
29.8
14.9
28.5
23.1
39.9
19.9
13.6
10.8
19.6
24.7
26.8
56.2
29.5
32.2
30.4*
24.5
9.2
666.8*
15.2
12.9*
12.5
4.8
281.2*
60.3
20.7*
20.6
12.5
40.2
1148.5*
50.2*
4.0*
14.7
21.7
39.4*
95.3
11.4*
25.1*
83.8*
210.1
33.0
61.1
32.4
14.6*
42.3*
38.9
80.0
50.1*
12.7*
29.6*
161.3
12.8
10.4
21.4*
10.5
10.6*
27.1
198.9*
12.2
10.1
195.9
31.1
480.8*
29.4
50.4
42.4
493.9*
111.4
32.0*
7.7
44.3*

NP (` Cr)

U1503
U1503
U1503
1406
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
1406
1412
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
1503
1503
U1503
U1503
1406
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
1503
1503
1503
U1503
U1503
1503
1503
1412
1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
1503
1503
1406
1503
U1503
U1503
1503
1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
1412
U1503
U1503
1503

Bk Val (`)

10
10
10
10
10
5
10
10
5
10
10
10
10
5
5
10
10
2
2
10
5
2
10
10
2
2
10
10
10
10
5
5
2
10
5
2
2
5
10
10
10
2
10
10
10
5
5
10
5
1
10
10
5
10
10
1
10
1
10
1
1
1
10
5
10
1
1
2
10
1
1
10

Sales (` Cr)

Year / Months

8K Miles Software
ABM Knowledgeware
Accel Frontline
Accelya Kale Solut
AGC Networks
Allied Digital Servi
*Aptech Ltd.
Aurionpro Solutions
AXISCADES Engineer
Blue Star Infotech
Cambridge Technology
Cigniti Technologies
Cybertech System
Cyient Ltd.
Datamatics Global Se
Dion Global Solution
eClerx Services
Educomp Solutions
Financial Technolog.
*Firstsource Solution
Genesys Int.Corp.
*Geometric Ltd.
Gracious Software
Green Field Agri
HCL Technologies
*Hexaware Technologie
Hinduja Global Solut
Hinduja Ventures
HOV Services Ltd.
Infinite Computer So
Infosys
*Intellect Design
Intense Technologies
Intrasoft Technologi
Kellton Tech Solutio
KPIT Technologies
Lycos Internet
Mastek Li
Mindteck (India)
MindTree Ltd.
MphasiS Ltd.
*NIIT Ltd.
NIIT Technologies
Nucleus Software
*Onward Technolog
Oracle Financial Ser
Panoramic Universal
Persistent Systems
Polaris Consulting
R Systems Internat.
*Ramco Systems Lt
Rolta India
*RS Software (India)
Saksoft Ltd.
Sasken Comm.Tech.
*Sonata Software
SQS India BFSI
Sterling Internation
Subex Ltd.
Take Solutions Ltd.
Tanla Solutions
*Tata Consultancy
*Tata Elxsi Ltd.
Tech Mahindra Ltd.
Trigyn Technolog
Vakrangee
Virtual Global Edu
*Wipro Ltd
Xchanging Solutions
Zee Learn Ltd.
Zen Technologies Ltd
Zensar Technologies
24 CONSTRUCTIONS
IND. COMPOSITE
Ahluwalia Contra
Ajmera Realty & Infr
Anant Raj Ltd.
Ansal Housing
Ansal Properties & I
Arihant Superstructu
*Ashiana Housing Ltd.
Ashoka Buildcon Ltd.
Autumn Builders

CEqt. (` Cr)

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

946
880.50
945/162 950
229
229.30
258/75 214 13.1
300
100.90
129/40 409
1480
991.25 1110/615 1470 21.1
366
128.40
158/58 440
132
28.50
35/15 217
279
70.00
99/46 243 16.9
365
183.60
349/163 416 37.3
700
257.50
396/96 721 61.8
230
213.20
252/160 217 19.7
100
50.75
51/5
98
1009
408.00
500/286 1007 281.4
140
52.35
75/24 140 16.4
5984
532.55
613/337 5541 19.5
367
62.30
99/50 428 14.5
574
178.00
205/72 631
4485 1473.35 1719/1100 4247 20.8
181
14.74
37/10 2090
713
154.75
384/135 1055 1.6
2207
33.10
44/27 2404 13.3
173
56.85
79/44 177 37.8
764
118.45
207/102 779 10.3
466
373.00
381/221 467
93
194.10
215/15
92 112.8
134376 955.75XB 1058/725 126522 19.5
8267
274.30
335/137 8156 28.2
1032
497.70
725/485 1114 9.2
910
442.60
535/281 909 9.8
111
88.50
192/68 109
728
181.30
323/123 643 7.0
230154 1002.00XB 1168/798 202432 18.9
1170
116.50
144/69 1135
124
61.80
85/40 100 18.6
734
498.50
600/42 736 146.4
329
75.65
87/8 335 61.6
2184
110.90
233/85 2503 14.4
1576
33.10
69/21 1798
434
190.30
514/133 418 6.4
167
66.65
108/38 157 14.6
10637 1268.75XB 1589/883 10272 19.6
8620
410.20
477/331 8347 15.6
957
57.95
61/35 1045
2909
476.50
498/332 2861 16.6
1029
317.60
334/160 866 16.9
95
65.00
70/41 105 55.1
32510 3841.00 4179/3139 26323 30.7
99
12.69
20/7 216 5.1
5274 659.25XB
961/577 5185 20.3
1811
180.95
278/133 1732 14.6
774
60.80
100/47 680 10.4
2743
925.25 1014/230 3012
1729
107.20
197/88 4147 2.4
419
163.20
415/152 351 7.0
132
127.70
232/89 156 23.1
488
228.40
353/176 475 3.1
1566
148.90
183/68 1409 13.3
689
652.50
790/385 648 37.3
97
3.56
15/3
96
323
16.24
18/8 971
1510
123.40
187/32 1506
234
23.10
27/9 217
501307 2559.35 2834/2348 485055 25.5
4137 1328.65 1488/551 4004 40.2
48301 502.25XB
750/459 46481 21.4
119
40.35
62/26 116
8034
159.35
162/87 8397 25.1
596
14.07
18/3 596
140414
568.60
677/513 130780 17.1
377
33.85
51/20 319
1119
34.95
42/27 1187
753
97.55
98/10 728 47.8
3374
760.85
790/409 3324 16.7

1580
520
1208
156
287
147
2345
3629
377

235.80
146.60
40.95
26.25
18.25
35.80
229.15
194.00
298.00

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

294/116
192/57
67/32
38/22
44/17
52/33
327/125
205/110
299/77

1752
695
2064
575
678
186
2332
3789
376

27

26
24.6
23.6
9.7
5.1
13.1
15.2
51.4
25.5
-

Updated Information

28

DSIJ.in

1757
-14.0
152.5
7.8

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

-1.4
17.0
1.6

0.6
0.5
2.4

-2.0 1503 1311.7 46.9


24.4 1503 1005.4 106.2
11.1 1503
4.6
2.8

6
9
-54

2821
2960
167

279.80
329.15
34.10

52-Week
High/Low

(17/07/15)

CMP (`)

25.9
20.7
24.0

Pledged (%)

- 63.02 0 19.02
- 39.46 2 27.70
- 63.24 81 0.96

Prom. Stake (%)

268
13.05
21/8
1664
147.60
180/118
189
16.65
22/7
1559
64.10
98/51
1885
81.70
105/68
20354
114.20
224/100
193
74.70
105/62
127
3.83
24/3
271
19.85
45/16
367
112.45
195/96
1107
366.10
381/108
5410
271.15
309/220
3769
89.95
143/59
2195
24.05
43/20
800
110.05
152/86
946
84.30
116/50
2297
54.05
87/41
8403
239.10
289/212
1130
728.00
853/332
568
11.74
25/10
2610
809.85
841/295
2895
11.90
69/10
2188
15.75
39/12
669
256.00
271/130
1678
596.50
625/202
1512
199.50
240/134
185 45.65XB
54/21
446
370.00
378/80
503
68.10
76/28
1875
457.15
659/401
1136
45.90
52/21
326
172.10
236/133
97
62.20
68/43
1166 562.75CB
659/260
12124 1010.35 1087/397
4570
82.20
118/34
375
10.13
11/4
250
17.15
19/9
514
27.60
38/27
9200
280.25
334/203
2465
134.80
139/120
102
8.95
22/7
901
20.70
31/14
635
82.70
122/66
670
24.00
41/22
5747
375.65
416/314
1687
423.90
442/346
953 1509.75 1710/134
8760
233.60
324/194
496
32.50
45/16
956
28.80
49/21
1768
74.55
118/62
139
5.68
12/4
197
34.50
75/28
251
110.85
180/73
5413
315.60
385/194
113
6.36
12/5
230
51.80
57/21
246
111.00
152/91
1871
378.25
508/206
552
25.50
56/13
3591
366.15
536/350
796 19.80XB
34/14
865
36.60
43/19
1934
307.15
354/205
388
151.10
430/119
118
17.15
33/15
1382
62.50
73/53
155
126.10
126/50
126
336.70
343/204
449
35.25
54/27
105
117.00
188/89
2009
7.68
28/7
153
68.00
131/53
277
17.60
22/11
552
46.00
63/18
989
50.00
56/19
123 1529.50 2360/1275

NP Growth (%)

NP (` Cr)

Sales Growth (%)

Sales
(` Cr)

Year / Months

NP
(` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)

RONW (%)

DERatio

Div (`)
1.50
5.00
-

25.6
66.2
14.4
19.9
68.3
419.7
22.1
26.2
37.0
11.3
8.4
35.9
196.2
211.1
22.0
36.6
102.8
81.8
11.0
199.5
5.9
618.7
135.5
9.7
7.4
42.2
2.7
0.3
13.1
64.9
16.8
4.5
0.8
5.5
36.1
63.6
12.6
16.4
82.5
15.2
73.2
51.5
201.9
60.9
51.0
6.4
2.4
9.6
27.0
360.2
24.2
30.4
19.3
2.7
11.5
4.5
2.7
12.4
7.9
4.4
54.4
1.6
0.6
2.2
7.2
0.3
6.3
1.2
15.1
25.9
0.7
612.9
11.3
5.9
3.8
7.7
27.0

71.24 100
57.41 0
70.31 13
62.08 85
41.02 11
74.89 0
48.92 13
66.96 100
34.98 94
56.24 80
50.32 100
74.91 0
36.16 0
36.06 71
74.66 89
32.54 0
37.72 0
57.79 1
51.63 0
9.15 100
51.03 24
39.38 1
71.63 93
67.18 0
60.86 0
74.53 0
62.07 0
31.08 0
58.85 0
50.82 0
66.13 0
74.99 0
51.75 0
46.65 22
90.00 0
20.64 41
59.78 0
46.51 10
26.36 0
74.99 0
74.99 69
24.75 79
73.15 71
50.62 34
55.72 27
65.93 0
- 0
61.00 0
70.00 0
34.18 0
36.92 65
74.99 0
57.53 6
67.75 57
72.42 53
47.11 31
72.62 78
56.77 13
73.60 19
56.41 0
73.57 93
60.58 18
67.15 11
18.77 0
73.48 0
50.75 77
45.60 0
71.66 15
40.51 0
74.82 0
59.92 1
71.31 0
45.54 90
44.48 34
38.54 0
59.09 37
61.45 0
35.50 0

Trailing P/E Ratio

53609
67 4258
70 3081
14
24

9.68
7.13
0.04
10.86
14.82
20.45
0.80
3.48
16.98
14.29
36.39
11.22
48.53
26.26
0.11
11.92
27.90
34.96
27.44
38.35
31.27
38.26
15.52
9.63
26.39
11.12
0.23
0.00
5.18
27.37
1.72
0.00
0.00
39.43
3.28
42.50
0.00
25.10
20.92
19.84
13.47
0.94
9.46
5.53
19.10
28.44
0.00
19.62
27.19
9.37
13.10
17.23
0.55
4.09
0.00
40.89
0.25
0.00
0.00
30.06
5.20
35.41
0.00
0.00
5.17
24.75
0.02
12.25
0.00
0.03
7.62
0.00
20.89
8.19
7.82
0.00
4.24
0.24

312
-4
-843
-

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

926
20.2
18.0
48.9*

-2.6
- 0.9 -12.1 1503 242.4 -21.6
- -44
6.2 2.00 0.5
5.2 1503 301.9 29.7
35
0.7
- 2.0
7.3 1503 88.2
3.4
- -37
-1.1
- 0.1
-0.8 1503
-0.0
-2.9
- 191
1.4 0.10 0.2
3.8 1506 50.7
8.5 1506Q 50.7
31
8.5
5.3 2.00 0.6
5.3 1503 817.9 489.3
13
7.2 1.25 0.5
3.5 1503 83.7
3.3
- -59
-19.8
- 4.2 -79.2 1503 516.8 -135.4
- -49
6.6
- 4.8
6.2 1503 1019.0 -73.5 1503H 1718.4
70 -234.3
9.7 2.60 0.2
4.7 1503 58.2
7.6
11
7.3 1.00 2.0
3.2 1503 560.1 16.0
- -21
6.4 2.00 1.0
6.7 1503 116.0 13.0
31
5.4
- 0.2
2.1 1503 147.2 33.4
42
0.9
- 3.3
5.8 1503 1120.5 20.6
4
1.5
- 0.5
0.6 1503 151.3 -30.5
69
0.2
- 161.2
7.3 1503 583.6
0.8
- 267
0.5
- 0.3
0.4 1503
4.2 17.0
- -46
3.9 4.00 1.1
7.3 1503 486.0 12.3
-11
12.5
- 1.1
3.4 1503 498.2 -96.7 1503Q 498.2
64 -96.7
-13.9
- 2.4 -45.3 1503 1027.5 -155.1
- -32
29.3 4.00 0.8
14.0 1503 403.0 27.3
28
-4.6
- 1.7
-8.8 1503 2549.4 -806.6
- -14
2.6
- 1.3
5.5 1503 823.4 96.3
-5
11.4 1.00 0.8
6.2 1503 662.1 16.6
-11
26.0 1.00 0.1
12.4 1503 255.7 24.4
8
5.8 2.00 0.2
5.5 1503 38.8 10.6
-6
3.6 2.00 1.0
12.0 1503 27.0
1.7
41
0.0
- 0.0
0.4
6.7 0.10 0.7
6.5 1503 300.9 16.2
62
56.9 12.00 0.4
17.6 1503 131.5 22.8
- 123
2.0 0.27 0.0
8.0 1503 36.4
4.5
- -19
20.3 6.00 0.0
6.9 1503
5.0
3.4
- -41
0.3 0.20 0.3
2.6 1503
3.2
0.3
72
38.7 3.00 1.1
12.4 1503 552.5 14.1
12
23.1 5.50 0.0
19.7 1503 1806.3 134.0
12
2.0 0.40 0.9
3.6 1503 2210.1 50.7
45
0.3 0.10 0.7
9.3 1503 37.4
4.9
37
1.4
- 0.3
4.4 1503 51.7 14.1
- -14
4.3 3.00 0.0
14.2 1503 32.2 22.3
2
9.3 2.00 0.0
10.3 1503 218.7 78.0
4
2.2 0.50 0.6
2.4 1503 191.9
9.0
-9
-9.0
- 0.8 -14.9 1503 27.0 -45.1
68
-2.0
- 0.5
-3.4 1503 261.5 -122.4
37
1.5
- 2.0
0.7 1503 745.2
8.9
-5
-0.2 0.30 0.5
-0.4 1503 11.3 -13.8
- -15
4.0 2.20 0.2
3.3 1503 80.8 -47.9
9
25.2 1.50 0.4
13.8 1503 464.3 32.8
33.6 1.50 0.0
10.2 1503
6.2
3.1
53
11.0 1.50 0.6
12.1 1503 676.2 113.8
21
0.2
- 0.0
0.6 1503
1.5
-0.4
2
-15.3
- 1.3 -15.6 1503 1289.9 268.5
- -41
3.6 1.55 0.7
4.5 1503 299.3
7.9
34
0.1
- 0.3
0.2 1503 25.2
-0.4
- -49
-77.9
- 2.1 -298.1 1503 336.2 -82.7
- -48
7.6 0.50 0.7
12.6 1503 83.4
5.7
-2
6.6 0.70 0.9
10.8 1503 967.4 38.9
28
0.1 0.10 1.8
1.3 1503 21.1 13.5
- -18
0.6
- 1.3
1.6 1503 106.4
0.0
- 9549
1.0 0.25 0.8
2.1 1503 20.2
0.3
20
12.6 0.50 2.1
4.3 1503 1539.3 22.2
-1
-8.3
- 0.5
-5.3 1503
0.0 -128.2
- -71
20.3 7.00 0.8
8.5 1503 483.0 54.0
23
0.1
- 0.8
2.3 1503 289.7
1.4
- -18
0.0
- 0.1
1.5
- -64
11.9 1.00 0.1
12.8 1503 43.6 39.3
- -23
6.7
- 1.5
2.7 1503 420.2
-0.3
- -19
0.0
- 0.0
8.6 1503
0.4
0.0
55
0.2 0.15 0.2
1.1 1503 88.6
-0.2
1
-0.0
- 0.0
-0.3 1503
7.4
0.2
6.6
- 0.1
4.3 1503
0.4
2.7
34
0.6 0.15 0.0
2.7 1503
2.7
2.0
- -13
7.9
- 1.5
12.5 1503 17.8
2.6
- -28
-0.1
- 0.3
-0.2 1503 314.9 -22.3
- -34
-23.9
- 0.8 -16.5 1503 204.7 -31.4
-6
-9.2
- 0.4 -24.9 1503 53.1 -73.3
6
-0.5
- 0.2
-1.6 1503 39.2
-0.8
-1
0.5
- 0.2
1.7 1503 51.0 14.5
- -24
797.1
- 0.0
23.2 1503
5.7
3.9
- 571
-

MARKET RELATED DATA


Market Cap
(` Cr)

-52.4
70.0
7.9
-27.4
31.9
940.1
18.5
-656.9
67.8
31.7
22.1
127.9
226.3
81.7
10.8
2.7
23.1
138.3
19.4
-672.2
94.4
-1109.8
355.0
29.9
73.0
43.6
14.8
0.0
49.3
233.3
50.5
38.4
0.5
80.2
277.3
111.8
12.1
20.2
80.8
304.8
40.1
-102.4
-87.7
11.9
-6.3
61.9
100.4
21.2
414.2
2.5
-506.7
85.3
1.6
-445.5
17.3
113.7
1.3
2.7
2.2
62.4
-180.1
199.1
5.2
0.7
74.7
17.2
0.1
4.8
-0.1
2.5
7.6
7.1
-15.8
-53.9
-144.7
-6.6
10.2
64.3

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

21 808
119 988
10 233
138
1
37 194
99 3017
201
95
25 1698
72 2967
208 187
228 1601
96 517
254 1005
15 4135
234 599
3 2360
135
35
54 1956
366 1369
31 3117
209 1343
51 10854
46 3248
186 2400
208 876
105 168
30 103
10
2
102 1137
323 624
25 192
293
22
12
5
312 1948
117 4699
56 8297
3 124
31 125
31 123
90 699
91 942
60 116
60 719
212 2473
55 161
123 315
183 1561
328 102
91 2374
27
8
98 5067
80 1207
27
53
26 1086
61 263
61 2970
6
58
38 448
47 105
295 5582
157
71
239 2382
5 841
2
17
92
93
251 1517
0
1
20 312
16
16
153
1
22
12
63
47
38 970
144 650
37 295
34 234
30 184
3439
87

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Sales (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

20.5
112.8*
22.7
243.3
23.1
356.5
25.8
66.3
27.3
32.7
30.2
99.8*
419.0
91.2*
72.7
112.3
85.0
351.4
15.5
96.7*
32.2
486.5
1388.9
26.1
28.1
75.8
8.1*
12.1
7.4
41.0
49.5
19.0
15.6
20.7
120.0
111.2*
37.0
145.8
186.2
328.3
182.9
114.0
217.6
7.7
55.8
30.6*
39.8
6.3
375.0
30.5
66.4
118.6
245.1
57.2
22.6
17.1
35.7
44.4
22.2
9.9
216.6
98.1
40.2*
23.6*
12.6
25.7
6.9
22.1
12.3
3.7
12.7
9.0
523.3
22.5*
157.1*
12.0
197.8*
8.1

LATEST QTR.

Inst. Stake (%)

B L Kashyap & Sons


1 U1503
Brigade Enterprises
10 U1503
CHD Developers Ltd.
2 U1503
D B Realty Ltd.
10 U1503
Delta Corp Ltd.
1 U1503
DLF Ltd.
2 U1503
DS Kulkarni Develope 10 U1503
Era Infra Engineerin
2 U1503
Gammon India
2 1409
Ganesh Housing
10 U1503
Gayatri Projects
10 U1503
*Godrej Properties Lt
5 1503
HDIL
10 U1503
Hind.ConstructionCo.
1 1503
Hubtown
10 U1503
IL&FS Engineering
10 U1503
Indiabulls Real Esta
2 U1503
IRB Infrastructure D
10 U1503
ITD Cementation Indi
10 1412
IVRCL
2 U1503
J Kumar Infraproject
10 U1503
JaiprakashAssociates
2 U1503
Jaypee Infratech Ltd
10 U1503
JMC Projects
10 U1503
KNR Constructions
10 U1503
Kolte-Patil Develope
10 U1503
LancorHoldings Ltd
2 U1503
Madhuban Const
10 U1503
Madhucon Project
1 U1503
*Mahindra Lifespace D 10 1503
*Man Infraconstructio
2 1503
MarathonNextgenRea 10 U1503
Maxheights Infra
10 U1503
MBL Infrastructures
10 1503
National buildin
10 U1503
NCC
2 U1503
Nila Infrastructures
1 U1503
Nitesh Estates
10 U1503
NoidaTollBridge
10 U1503
Oberoi Realty
10 1503
Omaxe Ltd.
10 U1503
Orbit Corporation
10 U1503
Parsvnath Developers
5 U1503
Patel Engg. Ltd.
1 U1503
Peninsula Land L
2 U1503
Phoenix Mills
2 U1503
PNC Infratech
10 U1503
*Poddar Developers Lt 10 1503
Prestige Estates Pro
10 U1503
Prozone Intu Propert
2 U1503
Punj Lloyd
2 U1503
Puravankara Projects
5 U1503
PVP Ventures Ltd.
10 U1503
Ramky Infrastructure
10 U1503
RPP Infra Projects L
10 U1503
Sadbhav Engineering
1 U1503
Satra Properties ( I
2 U1503
Scan Steels
10 U1503
Shristi Infrastructu
10 U1503
Simplex Infrastructu
2 U1503
SKIL Infrastructure
10 U1503
Sobha
10 1503
SRS Real Infrastruct
1 U1503
Sunstar Realty Devel
1 1403
Sunteck Realty Ltd.
2 U1503
Supreme Infrastructu
10 U1503
Swagruha Infrastruct
1 U1503
Swan Energy Ltd.
1 U1503
Synergy Bizcon
10 U1503
*TCI Developers Ltd.
10 1503
Texmaco Infrastructu
1 U1503
Thakkers Develo
10 U1503
Unitech Ltd.
2 U1503
Valecha Engineer
10 U1503
Vascon Engineers Ltd 10 U1503
Vipul Ltd.
1 U1503
Welspun Enterprises
10 U1503
Zandu Realty
100 U1503
25 CONSUMER DURABLES
IND. COMPOSITE
*Bajaj Electrical
2 1503
*Blue Star
2 1503
BPL Ltd.
10 U1503

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

Latest Qtr. Year

Databank

717
2275
345
1777
1979
29466
424
6133
4926
501
2220
6945
5265
6679
1683
2432
3907
9366
1740
3983
2946
25186
9591
1003
1724
1670
289
446
996
2333
1030
325
102
1847
10928
6807
453
363
524
9239
2918
696
2148
3812
1272
6142
1836
954
10323
513
5551
2890
323
1392
320
6200
283
421
325
4698
2396
5281
958
867
1983
1193
118
1460
155
130
448
179
4652
348
511
605
1074
120

23.8
49.1
21.7
10.4
11.6
50.2
42.3
16.7
74.5
60.8
27.7
6.2
22.4
23.0
34.7
12.5
10.2
8.0
22.5
8.5
14.6
43.7
40.9
12.4
6.4
30.2
61.4
53.4
92.9
45.0
21.1
20.7
14.5
47.6
109.6
30.0
18.0
25.9
22.5
51.1
14.3
1.9

42
349/191 3170
387/274 3256 19.4
41/15 164 21.4

20.00
1.40

1.1
0.4

42.7 1503 571.0


3.8 1503 114.5

34.7
3.4

2.00

0.8

9.2 1503 903.4

77.0

Trailing P/E Ratio

183.70
310/132 488 116.0
365.90
375/77 2846 54.3
95.60
104/60 797 7.3
2618.30 4650/2032 1370 43.1
1597.45 1745/312 4477 55.9
495.95
746/141 2037 41.2
796.00
877/385 290 10.3
271.60
425/127 288 38.2
231.90
258/104 1447 10.0
13.65
17/6 510
287.70
379/104 176 12.1
71.10
92/50 198
1890.00 3270/990 6607 52.1
31.80
36/12 344
349.20
448/321 30891 37.7
3985.00 4830/2989 4609 50.6
158.80
200/134 25531 130.8
809.65
830/329 9736 48.8

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

1.3

CMP (`)

13.1

Market Cap
(` Cr)

29.3 1503

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

0.2

328
2660
294
1385
4344
2047
299
249
819
268
216
184
6611
321
31001
4639
5311
10272

Pledged (%)

1.50

65.12 0 13.71 14.1


43.92 18 24.13 49.6
47.07 0 0.25 19.9
56.03 0 7.33 12.3
74.25 0 8.34 16.5
74.96 0 7.96 17.2
74.85 73 0.00
6.2
52.82 8 0.39
4.2
49.97 0 8.40 21.3
62.26 0 0.51 60.8
58.05 0 0.00
6.7
75.00 0 0.01 13.4
74.99 0 9.42 12.7
74.93 0 0.21 70.6
53.05 0 24.70 116.1
70.37 0 21.93 10.8
65.59 83 11.09 307.7
74.99 0 13.51 38.4

Prom. Stake (%)

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

187

- 48.45 30

0.03

3.2

168

19
342

- 74.99 0 13.28
- 41.30 51 9.83

9.0
61.9

14777
1574

16

- 48.84

1 25.34

19.7

7206

384.95

0.35
3.20
1.00
1.00
0.20
1.00
1.00

1.7
0.7 1503 2343.7 -36.8
0.8
12.8 1503 109.2
1.2
0.6
18.4 1503 2020.2 120.1
1.2
8.7 1412 9642.3 78.1 1412N 25498.0
0.8
9.1 1503 198.1
3.0
2.9 -359.1 1503 60.7 -144.6
2.7
2.9 1503 819.7
2.5
0.6
5.3 1503 375.9
8.2
1.5 -17.0 1506 300.2
3.6 1506Q 300.2
1.3
5.5 1503 463.0 18.5
-

-22
15
14
50
11
-96
-2
-5
-19
7

261.1
3.6
-

-13
191
-

35.25 86 10.36
36.01 0 0.98
70.54 0 17.87
53.86 0 20.07
75.00 0 2.73
73.46 0 10.01
54.32 70 21.57
60.07 0 21.29
70.34 17 7.49
74.11 0 16.33

76.6
2.0
18.3
26.7
11.0
19.3
7.7
4.3
2.1
10.0

390
131
7682
13197
124
94
694
144
248
968

39.75
62.10XB
428.95
446.95
65.00
13.06
36.00XB
58.40
181.00
145.10

0.10
18.00
5.50
2.20
18.00
16.25
0.20
5.00
6.50
0.10
10.00
0.70
2.25

0.0
13.4 1503 477.4 41.6
0.4
0.6 1503 155.8
-8.7
0.9
6.8 1503 115.6
-4.8
0.0
15.2 1503 614.0 68.9
2.4
0.8 1503 2105.5 11.8
0.4 -19.6 1503 23.5
-3.8
0.6
14.4 1503 1256.7 -35.1
1.4
-1.5 1503 202.9 -16.4
0.1
4.9 1503 1733.2 31.0
8.6 -109.5 1412 1214.1 -244.6 1412N 3673.0
0.3
2.3 1503 163.1
4.3
0.3
15.0 1503 18967.9 2060.7
0.9
6.9 1503 211.2 23.0
0.0
5.5 1503 279.7 24.4
0.0
20.7 1503 51.4 29.3
0.8
-7.1 1503 583.0 16.7
0.3
0.4 1503 639.0 -164.3
0.4
10.5 1503 56043.0 6243.0
1.1
13.1 1506 806.9 57.3 1506Q 806.9
0.8
6.1 1506 1090.4 14.0 1506Q 1090.4
0.0
17.9 1503 1507.7 88.4
-

5
11
13
8
13
-90
-8
-5
13
-2 -697.1
16
4
39
11
31
10
17
-7
6
57.3
7
14.0
1
-

-120
13
-15
-

74.99 0 12.74 11.3


9355
46.46 0 0.92 14.7
266
87.97 0 5.18 24.5
704
0.00 0 14.60 25.4
1743
45.22 6 21.77 65.0
7378
74.92 0 1.18 47.3
205
63.87 0 12.33 42.8
2080
68.74 0 5.88 16.0
128
25.50 0 39.75 134.3 33969
47.92 0 10.27 80.6
1012
74.98 0 0.72 16.8
1106
0.00 0 55.61 858.6 174101
40.21 0 17.49 86.1
544
44.05 0 29.26 14.0
1297
67.14 0 9.69 12.5
2061
38.23 0 22.04 19.5
577
46.48 77 6.76 51.5
442
45.24 0 31.25 2790.8 330941
32.50 47 27.61 158.1
4611
74.04 0 7.65
6.9
411
30.29 0 48.86 95.8 10393

8304.60
98.00
21.10
611.60
726.80
101.70
124.75
60.00
3698.15
92.15
110.25
1871.45
22.20
145.30
1462.20
28.15
32.85
1022.15
103.25
14.74XB
314.10

3.50
3.50
8.50
5.00
39.00
2.50
1.75
3.00
0.50

0.3
0.5
0.2
0.3
5.3
0.0
5.7
0.1
1.1
0.0
1.2

30.5
12.0
21.4
54.6
57.2
67.6
-45.9
16.6
14.0
18.8
25.7

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

38
-14
14
44
29
-18
70
7
7
19
31

10.7
-

-30
-

70.00 0 0.06
62.27 0 0.00
50.71 8 20.41
45.19 0 0.79
69.67 75 0.13
63.39 0 8.50
29.66 1 27.85
60.43 0 0.34
52.89 0 3.65
51.73 0 0.14
64.27 0 0.00

9.6
5.3
29.3
4.1
17.5
34.8
7.2
9.4
15.7
5.9
4.4

6
108
147.10
303/107 116 6.7
174
141.90
192/102 243 9.8
3627 1222.95 1514/1033 3839 16.7
128
160.20
215/76 140 3.5
329
30.15
75/25 669 3.6
2237
839.20 1185/798 1235 2.4
273
120.10
152/56 915
152
143.20
182/90 153 9.3
696 100.50XB
133/71 1007 16.4
227
77.80
88/59 211 12.1
185
36.95
39/5 224 14.8

2.00
5.00
0.50
-

0.1
0.1
0.0
1.8

11.9
7.0
14.8
3.5

1503 187.5
1503 10.1
1503 60.3
1503 1375.1

-1
-7
-4
-7

51.77 0 12.14
74.86 0 0.00
74.33 0 0.21
74.47 15 0.90

14.3
13.5
12.6
4.2

1480
133
638
369

50.3
51.7
619.0
86.0
234.8
234.0
142.2
75.4
272.6
41.7
50.2

Sales
(` Cr)

2.6
4.3
44.9
5.1
9.2
10.7 1503Q 234.0
0.4
4.2
3.6
3.7
3.7
-

14.6
2.6
5.1
5.8

52-Week
High/Low

149.8
0.9
275.1
5.4
374.0 15.2 1503N 1013.2
157.3
9.7
494.5 24.1
326.9
1.2
65.4
3.3
31.0
1.2
618.3 50.0
243.8
5.4
53.2
3.6
43.1
1.8
146.3 36.5 1503N 412.2
34.5
-0.1
2496.2 215.1
286.2
9.8
3090.1 10.5 1503Q 3090.1
775.6 55.3
-

(17/07/15)

-12
42
116
-

Year / Months

34.2
94.2
10.5
-

NP
(` Cr)

-36
12
16
13
37
25
1
18
31
-16
7
72
32
12
16
8
0
16

Sales
(` Cr)

NP Growth (%)

1.3
7.6
12.5
54.5
24.9
12.9
16.5
13.2
11.4
0.5
21.1
5.8
42.5
19.9
26.6
14.3
0.0
23.0

MARKET RELATED DATA

NP (` Cr)

Latest Qtr. Year

0.8
0.3
1.4
0.3
0.4
0.1
0.1
0.9
1.0
1.9
0.0
0.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.2
0.0

Sales Growth (%)

RONW (%)

2.00
1.00
45.00
1.50
25.00
2.00
1.30
7.00
13.00
2.30
22.00
2.00
-

Inst. Stake (%)

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

DERatio

*Butterfly Gandhima
10 1503
17.9 126 529
2.8
1.6
Eveready Industr
5 U1503
36.3 88 1279 49.0
6.7
Fedders Lloyd Co
10 1406
30.8 117 1160 44.8 14.6
*Hawkins Cookers
10 1503
5.3 111 514 32.1 60.7
*Hitachi Home & Life
10 1503
27.2 115 1573 77.8 28.6
*IFB Industries
10 1503 41.3* 93 1262 49.7 12.0
Indo National
10 U1503
3.8 466 322 28.9 77.1
KDDL Ltd.
10 U1503
9.2* 54 127
6.5
7.1
Lloyd Electric a
10 1503
35.3 203 1835 81.6 23.1
Mirc Electronics
1 U1503 19.6*
9 1071
0.8
0.0
*Panasonic Energy Ind 10 1503
7.5 112 238 17.8 23.8
Sharp India
10 U1503
25.9 10 189
1.6
0.6
Symphony
2 1406
7.0 67 452 98.9 28.3
*Timex Group India
1 1503
10.1 -5 142 -11.0 -1.1
*Titan Company
1 1503
88.8 35 11903 823.1
9.3
TTK Prestige L
10 1503
11.6 553 1388 92.3 79.3
Videocon Industries
10 1412 334.5 310 18968
3.0
0.1
*Whirlpool of Ind
10 1503 126.9 71 3294 210.5 16.6
26 CONTRACEPTIVES
IND. COMPOSITE
11
45
8
Cupid Ltd.
10 U1503
11.1 24
45
7.7
6.9
27 COURIERS
IND. COMPOSITE
41
2712
151
*Blue Dart Expres
10 1503
23.7 125 2269 126.8 53.5
*Gati Ltd.
2 1503
17.5 70 443 23.9
2.7
28 CYCLES & ACCESSORIES
IND. COMPOSITE
37
3828
121
Tube Investments
2 1503 37.4* 71 3828 120.9
6.5
29 DIAMOND CUTTING/PRECIOUS METALS/JEWELLERY
IND. COMPOSITE
562
46473
-45
Gitanjali Gems
10 U1503
98.1 289 7158 18.9
1.9
Lypsa Gems & Jewell
10 U1503 21.1* 13 437
3.5
1.7
PC Jeweller Ltd.
10 U1503 179.1 115 6349 378.2 21.1
Rajesh Exports L
1 1403
29.5 88 23537 227.0
7.7
Renaissance Jeweller 10 U1503
19.1 198 1060 34.4 18.1
Shree Ganesh Jew (I)
10 U1503
71.9 29 449 -760.4 -105.7
Shrenuj & Co
2 U1503 38.6* 37 2712 20.5
1.1
Tara Jewels Ltd.
10 U1503
24.6 222 1414 29.2 11.9
*Thangamayil Jeweller 10 U1503
13.7 96 1423 -22.3 -16.2
Tribhovandas Bhimji
10 U1503
66.7 71 1934 26.0
3.9
30 DIVERSIFIED
IND. COMPOSITE
4513
437271 29405
*3M India Ltd.
10 1503
11.3 717 1840 108.3 96.2
Andhra Sugars Lt
10 U1503
27.1 209 779
3.4
1.2
*Andrew Yule & Co
2 1503
66.7
3 378 13.0
0.4
Balmer Lawrie &
10 U1503
28.5 339 2740 147.4 51.7
Century Textiles
10 1503 101.5 194 7559 15.5
1.5
Cimmco
10 U1503
20.1 65
32 -25.8 -12.8
DCM Shriram
2 U1503 33.3* 100 5500 241.9 14.5
Gillanders Arbut
10 U1503
21.3 100 868
-3.2 -1.5
Grasim Inds.
10 U1503 91.9* 1179 6333 529.9 57.7
Kesoram Industri
10 1403 109.8 43 5081 -515.5 -47.0
*Kokuyo Camlin
1 1503
10.0 21 544
4.9
0.5
L&T
2 U1503 186.1* 362 57017 5056.2 54.4
Mercator Ltd.
1 U1503
24.5 29 659 49.5
2.0
Nava Bharat Ventures
2 U1503
17.9 290 1153 142.5 16.0
*Nesco Ltd.
10 1503
14.1 383 194 111.6 79.2
Orient Paper
1 U1503
20.5 19 1669 -28.7 -1.4
Prakash Indus.
10 U1503 134.5 158 2836
9.3
0.7
Reliance Inds.
10 1503 3237.7* 668 329076 22719.0 70.2
Sintex Industrie
1 U1503 44.7* 78 4018 457.5 10.2
SRS Ltd.
10 U1503 278.6* 23 3825 38.8
1.4
*Voltas Ltd.
1 1503
33.1 56 5169 329.2 10.0
31 DYES & PIGMENTS
IND. COMPOSITE
164
8049 1376
AksharChem (India)
10 U1503
7.3 72 200 16.0 21.9
Asahi Songwon Colors 10 U1503
12.3 120 240 17.7 14.4
*Atul Ltd.
10 1503
29.7 308 2556 217.4 73.3
*Bhageria Dye-Che
10 1503
8.0 84 412 36.6 46.0
Bodal Chemicals
2 U1503
21.8 15 1045 92.0
8.4
Clariant Chemicals (
10 1412
26.7 524 1046 943.3 353.8
Kiri Industries
10 U1503
22.7 35 782 -36.9 -16.2
Poddar Pigments
10 U1503
10.6 93 318 16.3 15.4
Sudarshan Chem.
2 U1503 13.8* 44 1088 42.4
6.1
*Ultramarine Pig.
2 1503
5.8 34 172 18.7
6.4
Vidhi Dyestuffs
1 U1503
5.0 10 189 12.4
2.5
32 EDIBLE OILS & SOLVENTEXTRACTION
IND. COMPOSITE
256
49899
392
*Agro Tech Foods Ltd. 10 1503
24.4 129 760 37.3 15.3
Amrit Corp. Ltd.
10 1503
3.2 485
50 10.9 34.0
AVT Natural Prod
1 U1503
15.2 13 257 30.1
2.0
Gokul Refoils & Solv
2 U1503
26.4 27 5869 12.4
0.9

LATEST QTR.

Div (`)

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

Sales (` Cr)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

151.50

152/12

22
171 21.8

108
6227.75 7850/3700 14944 116.5
179.90
342/102 1799 65.9
60
409/261 8301 59.6

5112
135
8356
9198
380
2744
2170
366
463
1459

31
20.7
37.0
20.3
41.2
3.6
33.8
4.9
37.2

9600/4700 9249
160/88 472
33/18 689
682/507 1396
793/458 12119
133/30 264
251/100 2790
86/45 432
4024/3173 35074
155/70 4978
114/42 1100
1893/1400 183777
37/15 1109
263/139 1276
1844/1066 2056
35/19 879
123/29 1147
1050/797 408511
136/67 7914
18/9 763
360/186 10298

19
86.3
78.9
11.8
476.6
8.6
64.1
34.4
11.0
9.1
18.5
14.6
9.9
11.3
31.6

78/37
124/60
437/118
459/117
110/57
36/12
65/32
122/50
250/155
190/137

607.50
415.40
41.90
28.00

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

15
714/510 1500 39.7
600/368 144 12.2
55/25 627 21.2
32/12 531
-

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Updated Information

30

DSIJ.in

2541
228.5
1167.2
32.0
731.1
-37.3
1.0
-2.0
53.1
464.9
14.6
-3.6
49.0
-113.5
-129.8
8.2
2.2
4.6
-4.5
12.0
-28.5
8.4
1.3
70.7
11.3
147
38.6
17.0
91.1

10.8 3.70
145.9 29.20
25.4 3.00
11.7 0.80
-12.1
1.3
-0.9
2.1 0.20
7.4 3.00
0.6 0.20
-2.4
16.0 4.44
-66.3
-24.4
33.5 7.00
0.2
1.4 0.75
-2.8
11.4 1.50
-1.2
1.7 0.50
1.3 2.50
23.6 4.50
5.0 1.20

-14
6
13
-47
-49
3
32
25

71.96 0 0.04
52.72 6 13.44
31.59 0 0.00
74.92 0 0.00
54.46 4 14.36
55.72 16 18.28
70.04 0 0.00
73.98 0 0.00

0.1
8.1 1503 1814.6 54.3 1503Q 1814.6
0.0
14.3 1503 2928.2 722.9
0.3
23.5 1503 90.8 11.7
0.2
18.2 1503 2147.6 84.8
1.1 -13.1 1503
9.3
-8.9
0.0
0.7 1503 40.2
0.9
0.7
-1.4 1503
9.2
-0.3
0.7
10.9 1503 297.7 24.4
0.0
19.6 1503 1349.3 121.8
1.1
2.4 1503 345.0
8.7
0.4
-5.6 1503 34.8
3.2
0.2
19.5 1503 101.8 17.0
0.0
70.4 1503 67.3 -40.7
1.3 -471.2 1503 143.2 -47.7
0.0
9.4 1503 48.4
1.2
0.3
0.7 1503 45.3 13.9
0.3
4.7 1503 44.7
1.0
0.6
-3.9 1503 73.4
5.4
0.8
12.4 1503 77.5
3.4
2.3 -33.6 1503 321.4 40.5
1.0
16.6 1503 25.4
1.7
0.2
0.2 1503
8.2
-2.5
0.2
18.7 1503 441.6 20.1
0.4
6.8 1503 118.2
1.8
-

-1
24
9
4
-59
68
35
13
14
3
-2
5
15
-31
15
281
-6
9
15
4
7
100
19
22

54.3
-

5
-

74.99
75.01
60.28
34.37
36.08
62.99
65.65
50.58
61.63
74.06
44.49
74.51
32.65
51.79
26.17
11.13
51.47
65.00
29.18
74.99
74.99
64.47
65.94
20.97

0
0
0
66
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
97
0
0
34
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
41

17.16 62.4
19.34 37.3
8.06
9.1
46.91 143.8
18.54 14.6
7.18
4.5
23.97
2.4
0.43 14.7
28.73 75.2
5.35 22.4
0.05
6.5
2.84 11.1
13.57 20.5
7.60 37.0
0.00 10.9
0.00 43.4
0.15
3.6
0.85
1.8
3.61 13.5
9.81 43.9
0.62 10.3
1.37 10.0
23.88 19.3
3.03 12.0

44.35
15.01
1043.75
850.00
7.28
35.65
9.52
115.90

Trailing P/E Ratio

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

52-Week
High/Low

614
252
334
164
149
1191
331
174

(17/07/15)

51.4
9.1
5.1
3.3
6.7
27.6
8.2
2.1

CMP (`)

Inst. Stake (%)

Pledged (%)

Prom. Stake (%)

NP Growth (%)

MARKET RELATED DATA


Market Cap
(` Cr)

NP (` Cr)

20.1
11.7
12.0
2.2
1.0
19.0
6.6
0.2

Sales Growth (%)

614.4
1012.0
220.6
3.4
386.9
9739.2
493.8
940.4

Sales
(` Cr)

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

Year / Months

RONW (%)
10.0
11.8
47.3
3.5
1.7
2.5
8.2
11.9

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

0.5
0.4
0.3
0.3
2.3
1.1
4.1
1.5

NP
(` Cr)

84.2
6.1 0.84
62.6
3.7 0.20
43.6 136.4 50.00
4.2 21.8 1.00
3.0
0.1 0.06
60.9
1.8 0.16
25.0
0.7
18.1 12.0 1.20

DERatio

Div (`)

EPS (`)

LATEST QTR.

Sales
(` Cr)

Guj. Amb.Exports
2 U1503
27.7 61 2531
JVL Agro Industries
1 U1503
16.8 31 4404
KSE
10 U1503
3.2 288 900
Rasoi Ltd.
10 U1503
1.9 575
63
Ruchi Infrastructure
1 U1503
20.5
8 1060
Ruchi Soya Inds.
2 U1503 66.8* 72 28309
Sanwaria Agro Oi
1 U1503
34.8
8 2663
Vimal Oil & Food
10 U1503
15.0 101 3035
33 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE
688
36373
ABB India
2 1412
42.4 133 7733
Bharat Electroni
10 U1503
80.0 1023 6843
Centum Electronics L
10 U1503 12.6* 108 316
*Crompton Greaves
2 1503 125.3 64 7837
Easun Reyrolle L
2 U1503
6.2* 93
69
ECE Industries
10 U1503
7.7 184 179
Elpro Internl.
2 U1503
4.6* 64
37
Genus Power Infrastr
1 U1503
25.7 19 916
Havells India
1 1503
62.5 38 5239
HBL Power Systems Lt
1 U1503
25.3 24 1330
*Hind Rectifiers
2 1503
3.0 42
94
*Igarashi Motors Indi
10 1503
30.6 82 385
Jyoti
10 U1503
17.1 -97 237
Kirloskar Elect
10 U1503
53.2
4 511
Lakshmi Elect.
10 U1503
2.5 354 182
MIC Electronics Ltd.
2 U1503
23.8 26 159
*Modison Metals L
1 1503
3.2 30 171
PG Electroplast Ltd.
10 U1503
16.4 72 239
Salzer Electr.
10 U1503 10.5* 92 283
Schneider Electric
2 U1503
47.8
4 1310
Surana Solar
5 U1503
24.6 10 125
*Swelect Energy Syste 10 1503
10.1 638
48
*V-Guard Ind.Ltd.
10 1503
30.0 126 1746
Zicom Electronic
10 U1503 22.8* 73 384
34 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT- GENSETS/TURBINES
IND. COMPOSITE
76
1661
*Honda Siel Power
10 1503
10.1 320 631
TD Power Systems Ltd 10 U1503
33.2 151 405
*Triveni Turbine
1 1503
33.0
7 626
35 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT- TRANSFORMERS
IND. COMPOSITE
78
6645
*Apar Industries
10 1503 38.5* 165 5011
Bharat Bijlee
10 U1503
5.7 472 611
Emco Ltd.
2 U1503 14.0* 82 912
Ujaas Energy
1 U1503
20.0
9 111
36 ELECTRODES - GRAPHITE
IND. COMPOSITE
84
2779
Graphite India Ltd.
2 U1503
39.1 93 1497
HEG Ltd.
10 U1503
40.0 241 1241
*Panasonic Carbon Ind 10 1503
4.8 138
41
37 ENGINEERING
IND. COMPOSITE
1019
46947
A2Z Infra Engineer
10 U1503 108.7 75 219
Ador Fontech Ltd
2 U1503
3.5 55 137
*Ador Welding Ltd.
10 1503
13.6 150 385
*Artson Engg.
1 1503
3.7 -18
65
BGR Energy Systems
10 U1503
72.2 187 3365
Carborundum Uni.
1 1503 18.8* 46 1169
Commercial Engineers 10 U1503
54.9 19 118
*Coromandel Engg.
10 1503
33.2 11 230
*Cummins India Lt
2 1503
55.4 104 4406
De Nora India Ltd.
10 1412
5.3 74
31
Dynamatic Techno
10 U1503
6.3 260 457
*Esab India
10 1503
15.4 188 552
Fluidomat
10 U1503
4.9 53
27
GKW L
10 U1503
6.0 153
17
*Greaves Cotton
2 1503
48.8 33 1689
*Grindwell Norton
5 1503
27.7 111 1110
*Hercules Hoists
1 1503
3.2 56
97
Hind. Dorr Olive
2 U1503
14.4 -112 348
Honeywell Automation 10 1503
8.8 997 2404
Ion Exchange (India)
10 U1503
14.5 156 732
Kalindee Rail Ni
10 U1503
16.5 98 313
Kennametal India
10 1406
22.0 152 545
*Kirloskar Bros.
2 1503 15.9* 100 1626
Kirloskar Industries
10 U1503
9.7 736
3
*Kirloskar Oil Engine
2 1503
28.9 93 2507
KSB Pumps Ltd.
10 1412
34.8 145 802
Lokesh Machines
10 U1503 12.8* 77 118
Manugraph India Ltd.
2 U1503
6.1 71 216
Mazda Ltd.
10 U1503
4.3 222 118
McNally Bharat E
10 U1503
40.6 53 2170
Nitin Fire Protectio
2 U1503 58.5*
5 489

NP (` Cr)

Sales (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

Latest Qtr. Year

Databank

67/30 1009 7.3


24/13
21 4.0
1298/341 345 7.7
1169/380 191 39.1
15/7 457
52/34 3380 19.5
11/5 1241
278/104 310 9.6

35
29937 1412.75 1525/956 30082 129.5
29164 3645.50 4140/1721 24612 25.0
969
769.00
923/324 991 30.2
12397
197.80
231/153 12750 16.9
141
45.90
84/34 335
107
137.90
189/97 101 107.8
430 186.40CB
200/100 531
700
27.25
38/20 942 13.2
19165
306.85
346/228 18685 41.2
1300
51.40
65/14 1910
127
84.15
105/42 151
2004
654.75
709/169 1955 40.9
137
80.10
94/50 636
210
39.40
41/22 360
101
411.80
541/284
60 12.3
273
22.95
30/3 367
135
41.50
68/35 159 29.3
170
103.55
170/54 247
276
262.40
282/100 344 23.0
5104
213.45
241/117 5362
116
23.50
84/20 152 13.7
482
476.90
688/340 452 362.7
2825
942.35 1197/690 2880 39.9
370
162.40
197/95 422 32.8

38.1
5.1
2.8

6.00
2.65
0.85

0.0
0.1
0.0

11.9 1503 184.5


3.4 1503 123.9
38.6 1503 195.5

14.4
9.8
29.4

25
17
14

- 67.66
- 54.05
- 70.00

0 2.83
0 33.72
0 23.12

11.5
3.2
28.7

1220
1006
4172

1202.75
302.80
126.45

44
1380/804 1156 31.6
479/259 926 59.3
152/81 4170 45.8

29
47.9 12.4
-34.0 -60.2
3.3
0.5
11.7
0.6

3.50
0.10
0.05

0.8
0.2
0.8
0.7

7.5
-12.8
0.6
6.7

1503 1338.0
1503 170.8
1503 293.1
1503 50.0

9.2
-8.8
0.4
7.8

16
22
22
-79

0 15.11
0 17.80
0 5.73
0 0.10

24.9
19.2
24.0
15.9

1428
360
230
345

371.00
636.50
32.80
17.25

29
468/277 1872 29.8
818/515 425
48/26 693
33/14 400
-

130
82.2
39.0
9.1

2.00
3.00
8.00

0.2
0.9
0.0

4.5 1503 415.6


4.0 1503 290.0
13.8 1503 11.8

14.2
4.0
2.6

-15
-2
17

- 65.25
- 58.79
- 73.24

0 18.32 102.3
0 12.00 30.8
0 0.00
5.9

1611
816
273

82.45
204.20
569.50

2
116/77 1888 19.6
351/180 1637 20.9
630/165 209 29.9

1781
-123.9 -11.4
13.4
7.6 3.50
32.4 23.8 5.00
-2.0 -0.5
42.1
5.8
148.3
7.9 1.25
-102.5 -18.7
1.1
0.3
785.9 28.3 14.00
4.3
8.0 1.50
21.0 33.2
23.6 12.3 1.00
5.3 10.8 2.75
1.1
1.8
81.5
3.3 2.50
101.0 18.2 6.50
12.6
4.0 1.50
-773.1 -107.4
114.2 103.3 12.50
26.1 18.0 3.00
-9.7 -5.9
17.1
7.8
8.5
1.1 0.50
45.1 46.5 20.00
143.1
9.9 5.00
65.4 18.8 5.50
0.7
0.6 0.50
-10.7 -3.5 0.50
11.2 26.4 6.00
-114.2 -28.1
13.6
0.5 0.20

1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.5
0.1
0.6
1.2
0.0
0.0
1.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.3
0.5
0.0
0.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
3.2
1.7

64.1 -109.5
35.3
4.8
136.2
8.7
14.0
-0.5
1047.6 18.8
299.1 95.7
41.6 -70.7
124.7 17.5
1133.5 190.4
7.6
1.5 1503Q
7.6
106.7
-3.2
106.6
-1.4
6.8
1.3
4.7
0.2
393.8 23.7
291.4 27.0
24.2
-0.7
27.2 -511.6
433.2
7.1
235.2 14.0
118.4 -10.8
128.4
5.1 1503N 412.4
544.5 36.0
1.5
6.2
628.4 26.4
189.3
6.4 1503Q 189.3
30.4
-0.9
44.4
-3.9
32.6
3.9
739.1 -58.7
112.1
3.3
-

-40
3
1
-1
-7
3
-21
-28
9
3
10
3
1
-9
1
18
-4
62
9
-0
26
4
-15
-33
12
9
8
-24
18
-1
25

1.5
17.6
6.4
-

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

4.2
9.8
19.0

-15.1
13.8
15.9
3.0
3.1
17.2
-99.0
3.0
27.2
10.8
12.3
8.2
20.2
1.1
9.9
16.4
7.0
107.9
12.9
11.5
-6.0
5.1
1.1
6.3
10.7
12.9
0.8
-5.0
11.9
-53.4
9.1

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

38
158
-58
-

62.45
35.76
45.46
70.69

62.10
35.68
56.68
75.00
75.00
43.66
55.81
74.55
51.00
57.08
51.12
73.72
53.27
75.00
51.53
59.02
69.47
55.27
74.99
44.44
41.59
75.00
63.34
72.63
72.71
66.40
57.28
57.16
39.56
29.73
71.88

62
0
0
0
0
2
100
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
53
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
52
0
0
50
26

5.16 27.8
5.53
6.0
16.11 13.9
0.00 12.8
4.80 105.0
34.89 19.8
13.29 11.3
0.00
3.2
35.08 47.8
0.14
5.8
21.96
7.2
2.16
9.6
2.33
7.0
2.14 35.5
36.74 39.0
14.76 12.3
1.61
8.2
11.58 18.9
15.07 10.7
1.65 12.8
3.53 30.9
14.85
5.9
17.22 15.6
14.46 21.5
16.89 27.3
17.24 11.0
3.14
9.9
9.35 11.5
0.73
3.7
8.84 17.1
16.71 19.9

300
182
418
165
945
3186
113
260
26841
103
2028
1024
136
405
3099
4141
543
141
6989
377
212
1783
1770
600
4081
2097
119
100
124
398
918

45
27.64
36/12 1158
104.25
122/86 159 13.7
307.10
325/185 398 12.9
44.60
46/24 225
130.90
210/100 2296 18.2
169.25
221/149 3262 21.5
20.50
30/15 223
78.35
91/33 295
968.30
997/584 26761 34.1
193.10
202/126 101 21.9
3198.20 4225/1575 2261 96.4
665.50
758/525 989 67.4
275.90
315/132 126 25.5
678.30 1237/345 366 382.1
126.90
159/103 3065 38.0
748.00
800/407 4030 41.0
169.70
235/136 534 42.9
19.62
29/11 778
7904.80 9500/4750 6770 78.9
259.60
313/139 431 14.4
128.20
172/84 256
811.25
973/715 1726 64.0
222.90
327/174 1993 208.6
618.00
656/360 534 13.3
282.20
323/230 4056 28.5
602.50
825/500 1949 37.0
93.00
104/31 216
32.75
49/28
77
290.50
320/176 122 11.0
98.00
114/65 1370
31.40XB
57/27 1139
-

6.5

1.50

0.1

-45.0
2.8
5.9
-6.7
-0.3
6.4
15.4
12.2
-23.0
33.3
6.0
0.2
-7.5
-3.2
30.5
13.8
3.5
4.9
-12.6
8.2
18.4
56.4
2.4
18.9
1.9
17.6
0.4
9.4
32.4
1.4

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503

8.9 1503

Trailing P/E Ratio

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

Inst. Stake (%)

Pledged (%)

Prom. Stake (%)

Sales Growth (%)


-3
-28
-27
-54
-31
10
-3
14
63
13
-15
83
5
8
-35
13
14
80
-10
-17
14
37
-19
-8
-0

4.4
-42.1
-41.2
-

76
9
-240
-

68.24
54.02
63.05
74.99
74.99
74.05
58.09
75.01
53.29
54.67
53.00
62.20
56.17
28.34
69.62
33.97
46.86
71.06
28.39
54.80
56.29
53.05
34.30
55.00
57.75

0
0
0
0
0
13
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
99
1
0
0
0
0
52

1.99 27.6
25.52 57.5
33.44 330.3
0.02
3.6
13.82
2.6
4.79
4.8
4.56 46.6
1.80
6.1
0.04
9.0
0.00
0.30 23.5
0.01
6.6
2.73
6.7
0.06
6.2
28.43 23.9
4.35
8.2
25.32 96.1
25.42
8.7
0.09
6.3
36.41 889.7
34.28 28.3
16.36
7.9
13.27 21.7
9.83 20.7
5.25 73.8
0.15 12.0

434
6140
69855
245
652
367
960
447
224
9889
109
99
4468
303
4155
403
1927
1452
268
11172
2801
682
1391
507
723
137

44
43.90
49/26 562
1474.30 1496/515 7028 908.4
285.40
300/195 60636 49.2
496.80
597/340 238 25.9
4319.00 6100/2910 600 36.1
635.75
693/280 362 17.0
88.15
94/43 1185 28.9
305.90
377/196 433 26.0
148.10
164/111 280
445.60
495/385 10366 29.8
31.70
35/15 107
412.80
444/178
96 100.7
6076.85 7499/2230 4335 31.2
95.10
103/50 320 13.5
3687.75 4499/3475 3213 20.0
41.80
48/24 399 13.9
108.60
112/55 1855 28.1
335.40
349/132 1701 180.2
1284.25 1348/616 255 20.6
23.15
31/11 19446
133.35
171/76 2886
680.25
767/326 925
120.55
175/38 1331
460.60
491/214 827
190.00
282/83 1027
21.05
38/16 123 17.3

49.4 -31.2
60.6
9.6
7.8
1.1
211.3 -51.2
754.7 35.0
73.2
6.6
124.4 25.5
340.7 35.2
270.0 -77.0
38.3
3.7
311.4 22.6 1506Q 311.4
0.7
0.2
120.3 -10.7
0.0
-2.1
44.9
5.6
27.7 -17.6 1503N 88.1
274.8 -34.9
23.0
2.6
3.6
-4.5
59.2
8.9
86.7 12.9
204.5
-9.6
26.3
-0.9
548.6 203.0
114.5
8.7
176.5 60.9
970.2 203.6 1506Q 970.2
99.7
2.9
-

63
714
1
14
-4
16
27
9
120
34
-21
19
85
66
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-68
-1
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17
19
8
30
18
23
22

22.6
-15.0
203.6
-

393
-272
-3
-

56.84
42.92
34.00
40.04
64.45
74.99
71.15
74.37
43.47
46.79
48.69
60.71
61.44
60.97
51.37
67.53
29.51
68.94
74.99
59.13
65.82
66.00
45.76
74.99
25.78
57.41
60.40
43.07
69.11

52
0
0
0
30
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
41
0
48
2
7
0
0
0
37
83
5
0
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0
0
37
50

12.16
8.5
2.48 19.1
0.00
3.3
23.38
7.6
22.31 135.8
1.58 14.0
18.36 13.2
20.65 22.1
53.07 10.3
0.00
2.0
29.43 31.5
0.00
3.0
6.51 43.9
0.05 19.1
8.14
2.8
0.26 12.6
31.20 28.6
0.18
7.5
0.00
1.9
0.87 15.0
16.43
8.0
20.56 112.0
0.59
8.3
19.33 35.6
0.00
0.4
3.55 26.5
12.05 82.0
0.00
51.36 88.7
9.61 99.9

1301
532
107
2958
11989
170
3417
5829
4074
414
2003
701
749
98
563
1417
3240
295
157
682
719
2368
1045
10548
409
1227
6892
1627
36238
1168

162.80
81.65
9.35
166.00
112.50
21.40
716.90
629.85
49.05
44.00
207.65
6.19
116.20
15.05
185.30
47.40
779.70
56.75XB
72.85
392.00
264.40
34.95
299.00
267.65
400.00
205.70
40.20
628.25
377.30
20.15

207/129
93/63
13/4
226/100
117/52
33/17
814/397
637/207
77/46
51/10
211/142
8/4
150/73
21/6
214/136
59/36
787/572
134/39
119/63
404/108
295/145
39/25
320/111
470/258
409/60
262/129
43/27
640/521
402/265
23/16

10

- 52.34

165

73.75

86/53

42.3

2.7

Sales
(` Cr)
-

0.92

18.7

52-Week
High/Low

1.9
168.8
888.4
7.8
0.4
12.1
22.8
4.0
-4.1
134.7
0.1
3.9
39.3
16.5
67.3
2.0
35.9
15.6
4.4 1503Q 32.6
-111.2
13.2
9.4
8.8
-17.5 1412N 374.3
-15.6 1503H 305.6
3.9
-

(17/07/15)

316
26.45
29/19 335 25.7
196
259.50
314/100 329
183
67.95
82/21 289 19.7
154
50.60
80/32 551
113
215.00
390/215 164 17.3
92
15.77
18/7
84
137
88.85
175/71 153 18.5
327
193.30
280/165 416 12.7
53162 1492.80 1508/770 52041 42.7
104
92.90
106/27 128 14.6
252
368.60
464/225 304 11.9
1082
871.50 1080/745 943 20.9
12698 1065.65 1315/790 12507 37.8
94
91.50
189/38 106 3.6
4292 788.30XB
970/617 4226 47.5
200
82.60
83/33 209 22.8
439 2196.50 2313/1440 439 29.6
517
529.80
660/378 610 30.7
98
325.40
340/181 128 134.1

CMP (`)

25.52 0 6.92 10.6


72.47 0 2.00
5.2
59.99 0 2.86 11.1
44.95 85 6.72 35.7
63.38 0 0.00
0.6
66.46 0 0.00
6.9
69.69 0 1.81
3.6
50.09 26 5.57 10.3
74.99 0 13.94 112.5
55.94 0 0.00
3.1
70.14 0 0.40
3.8
50.61 0 16.00 12.4
61.98 0 23.24 29.4
73.52 0 0.00
5.6
29.05 0 51.46 34.3
66.96 0 0.00
0.4
79.73 0 0.09
5.0
61.06 0 18.16
6.4
52.50 0 0.05
3.8

Market Cap
(` Cr)

419
-

Year / Months

795.9
-

42.4
0.6
124.1 10.0
103.9
4.6
37.2
6.6
25.7
0.8
44.1
1.2
25.0
1.6
99.3
7.9
2653.0 161.9 1503H 4839.0
34.4
1.2
94.8
7.4
104.3
8.3
1520.7 132.3
1.4
-7.4
571.8 51.9
149.2
6.5
30.4
6.5
62.1
8.4
54.0
2.5
-

0.6
2.1 1503 167.5
0.4
0.3 1503 1279.3
0.1
4.1 1503 12686.0
0.1
6.8 1503 59.1
0.0
18.2 1503 19.6
0.0
10.5 1503 78.1
0.4
6.5 1503 176.0
0.0
12.8 1503 59.9
0.3
-0.9 1503 21.4
1.1
72.3 1503 857.1
1.4
-0.1 1503
6.2
0.0
1.0 1503 29.1
0.3
18.6 1503 911.0
0.1
14.8 1503 122.1
0.0
16.4 1503 656.0
0.1
5.3 1503 50.1
0.0
11.1 1503 252.1
0.4
1.2 1503 108.3
0.0
19.3 1503 32.6
3.1 -192.6 1503 410.0
0.2
2.3 1503 144.5
1.0 -11.8 1503 108.5
0.1
1.5 1503 118.5
4.6 -34.5 1412 121.5
1.9
-1.8 1503 141.1
0.0
13.1 1503 65.8

1592
-107.2 -13.4
- 3.6
12.3
1.9 0.60 0.0
1.0
0.1
- 0.0
-110.8 -6.2
- 0.3
1.0
0.0
- 0.0
29.0
3.7
- 0.3
106.0 22.2 1.00 0.0
124.2 13.4
- 0.4
-175.2 -2.1
- 0.9
8.4
0.9 0.10 0.7
24.8
2.6
- 0.6
0.4
0.0
- 0.0
-25.6 -4.0
- 0.5
-4.7 -0.7
- 0.1
5.6
1.8
- 26.1
63.8
1.7
- 0.8
13.6
3.3 1.00 1.3
8.2
1.6 0.50 0.2
-32.9 -15.3
- 0.0
15.7
9.0 1.50 0.0
41.8 15.4 1.20 0.9
-117.8 -1.7
- 0.0
4.7
1.4 0.60 0.1
737.2 18.7 17.25 0.0
0.2
0.2
- 0.0
81.0 13.6 1.50 0.0
14.6
0.1
- 0.0
34.9 13.5
- 0.2
831.8
8.7 2.25 0.8
6.2
0.1
- 0.3

142490 21053
74 149 14.6

2
1
30
11
-18
22
7
1
-5
37
15
-3
9
71
6
22
11
3
16

NP
(` Cr)

Latest Qtr. Year


1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

Sales
(` Cr)

RONW (%)
7.7
0.4
7.7
-10.1
8.5
20.2
13.7
19.1
13.8
16.2
17.4
24.4
14.8
48.6
13.2
7.8
16.5
14.3
1.3

MARKET RELATED DATA

NP Growth (%)

0.7 0.20
1.6 1.00
5.8 1.16
19.2
94.7 2.50
37.3 5.00
3.0 1.10
11.8 3.00
-1.7 2.50
14.9
-0.0
4.1 1.50
194.7 20.00
7.0 2.00
184.1 37.50
3.0 0.20
3.9 1.62
1.9 0.50
53.2 15.50
-12.5
0.7 0.25
-28.5
0.9 0.80
-22.9
-3.2 0.40
1.2
-

0.1
0.9
1.0
0.8
1.0
0.1
0.4
0.7
0.0
0.8
0.6
0.0
0.0
1.1
0.1
0.2
0.0
0.9
0.6

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

NP (` Cr)

18831
189
210
23
847
2782
182
438
1072
1023
154
954
3
429
0
155
275
1386
83
26
182
323
599
91
2244
5
477
606
269
3426
380

Div (`)

12.3
1.0 0.25
0.6
0.8
9.3
3.5 1.00
-45.8 -15.1
6.5 12.4
5.2
0.9 0.25
7.4
4.8 0.60
25.7 15.2 2.00
603.2 16.9 6.00
7.1
6.4 0.50
21.2 31.0 5.00
51.8 41.7 33.00
335.9 28.2 7.00
26.0 25.4
90.4 16.6 4.00
8.8
3.6 0.05
14.8 74.2 25.00
16.8 17.2 2.00
0.7
2.4 1.50

49924 -3715
26 598
6.7
501 2809
6.8
141 30183 1419.3
280 219
9.5
649 184 17.9
355 196 21.5
47 503 33.2
92 224 17.2
191
70
-2.6
21 2484 331.6
3
28
-0.0
390
89
1.0
1047 3277 143.2
47 271 22.4
1119 2385 207.5
56 224 29.1
35 801 68.5
152 308
8.1
276
95
11.1
6 2270 -6032.3
29 439 13.7
235 322 -28.6
55 378
9.9
66 696 -25.2
49 638 -12.4
9 231
7.9

30
67
1
93
-3
57
144
110
9
3
43
1
53
23
6
15
94
32
122
92
83
-3
56
99
10
77
20
143
27
8

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

13 183
207 414
45 341
149 170
146 101
4 117
35
94
79 310
123 10663
39 135
178 343
171 540
190 4697
52 112
126 1233
46 506
449 107
120 233
185 184

LATEST QTR.

DERatio

Orient Abrasives
1 U1503
12.0
Petron Engineeri
10 U1503
7.5
Pitti Lamination
5 U1503
13.5
PremierLtd.
10 U1503
30.4
PTC Industries
10 U1503
5.2
Rajoo Engineers
1 U1503
5.8
Roto Pumps Ltd
2 U1503
3.1
Shakti Pumps (In
10 U1503 16.9*
Siemens Ltd.
2 1409
71.2
Simmonds Marshal
2 U1503
2.2
Sterling Tools L
10 U1503
6.8
*Swaraj Engines
10 1503
12.4
*Thermax
2 1503
23.8
United Drilling Tool
10 U1503
10.2
Va Tech Wabag Ltd.
2 1503 10.9*
Veritas (India) Ltd.
1 U1503
2.4
*Wendt India
10 1503
2.0
WPIL Ltd.
10 U1503
9.8
Yuken India
10 U1503
3.0
38 ENGINEERING - HEAVY
IND. COMPOSITE
1972
Action Construction
2 U1503
19.8
BEML Ltd.
10 U1503
41.6
Bharat Heavy Ele
2 U1503 489.5
*CMI FPE Ltd.
10 1503
4.9
*Disa India Ltd.
10 1503
1.5
*Eimco Elecon Ind
10 1503
5.8
*Elecon Engg.
2 1503
21.8
GMM Pfaudler Ltd
2 U1503
2.9
Gujarat Apollo Indus
10 U1503
15.2
Inox Wind Ltd.
10 U1503 221.9*
Integra Engineering
1 U1503
3.4
Intl. Combustion
10 U1503
2.4
*ISGEC Heavy Eng
10 1503
7.4
Kabra Extrusion
5 U1503
16.0
*Lakshmi Machines
10 1503
11.3
OM Metals Infraproje
1 U1503
9.6
*Praj Industries
2 1503
35.5
Sanghvi Movers L
2 U1503
8.7
Stovec Indus.
10 1412
2.1
Suzlon Energy Ltd.
2 U1503 965.2*
Texmaco Rail & Engin
1 U1503
21.0
*TIL Ltd.
10 1503
10.0
Titagarh Wagons Ltd.
2 U1503 23.1*
TRF Ltd
10 1403
11.0
Walchandnagar
2 1409
7.6
Windsor Machines
2 U1503
13.0
39 ENTERTAINMENT/MULTIMEDIA
IND. COMPOSITE
2141
AdlabsEntertainment
10 U1503
79.9
Balaji Telefilms Ltd
2 U1503
13.0
CNI Research Ltd.
1 U1503 11.5*
Den Networks Ltd.
10 U1503 178.2
Dish TV India Ltd.
1 U1503 106.6
DQ Entertainment (In
10 U1503
79.3
Entertainment Networ 10 U1503
47.7
Eros International M
10 U1503
92.5
Hathway Cable & Data
2 U1503 166.1
High Ground Enterpri
1 U1503
9.4*
*Inox Leisure
10 U1503
96.5
Media Matrix Worldwi
1 U1503 113.3
*NDTV
4 1503
25.8
Next Mediaworks
10 U1503
65.3
Ortel Communications 10 U1503
30.4
Prime Focus
1 1406 29.9*
PVR Ltd.
10 U1503 41.5*
Raj Television Netwo
5 U1503
26.0
Sahara One Media & E 10 U1503
21.5
Saregama India Ltd.
10 U1503
17.4
Shemaroo Entertainme 10 U1503
27.2
SITI Cable Network L
1 U1503
67.8
Sri Adhikari Bro
10 U1503
34.9
Sun TV Network Ltd.
5 U1503 197.0
Supernova Advt.
10 1409
10.2
TV Today Network Ltd
5 U1503
29.8
TV18 Broadcast
2 U1503 342.9
UFO Moviez India Ltd
10 1403 25.9*
Zee Entertainment En
1 1503
96.0
*Zee Media Corp
1 1503 57.9*
40 FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS
IND. COMPOSITE
2066
ADF Foods Ltd.
10 U1503 22.4*

Sales (` Cr)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

2405
532
107
2714
12494
285
3404
6061
4925
422
2210
697
892
110
692
1758
3725
324
88
680
869
3124
1060
9986
409
1170
6988
1665
35938
1264

43
43.4
5.9
32.2
46.9
46.9
237.9
35.0
43.5
17.2
211.0
14.3
15.1
44.2
-

40
168 11.3

31

Updated Information

32

DSIJ.in

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

5
25
-10
-48
-

1503 155.6
1503
0.0
1503 208.7
1503 58.4
1503
0.0

14.2
0.5
10.0
-20.1
-0.7

-10
-67
12
2
-14

2.0
1.0
0.7
4.3
0.0
0.2
1.5
1.7
0.0
2.7
6.8
0.1
0.7
2.3
3.2
0.2

9.8
18.6
5.1
62.8
46.7
8.7
-18.1
2.8
39.4
5.6
1.7
1.8
11.4
8.4
1.5
4.1

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

1553.1
2984.8
931.0
35.1
476.8
1290.4
1192.9
90.8
429.0
666.6
1556.3
4.1
2025.7
485.9
1538.8
0.5

-103.6
68.6
27.2
5.1
-136.4
64.5
-325.8
2.5
-7.2
34.1
-100.6
-3.1
66.3
20.3
11.2
5.1

12
18
1
11
-17
4
-2
-18
-39
-28
15
-32
22
72
7
-27

31.0 4.60 7.2


6.6 1.10 10.9
6.7
- 8.2
-13.6
- 16.5
5.9 2.20 9.2
40.7 8.00 7.3
19.2 5.00 4.5
30.8 4.00 7.0
10.5 2.10 12.1
24.0 5.00 13.6
38.1 13.00 10.5
10.2 0.90 5.3
7.4 2.00 17.6
2.3 0.60 15.0
144.6
- 4.5
48.0 9.00 7.8

16.5
19.4
12.0
-44.2
13.0
16.5
13.9
19.7
8.2
13.3
10.9
13.1
8.9
8.6
1.4
17.2

1503 9697.1
1503 688.2
1506 404.3
1503 315.2
1503 1908.3
1503 13006.4
1503 12738.5
1506 2723.5
1503 1745.0
1506 1229.1
1503 1327.8
1503 2580.9
1503 570.9
1506 1376.7
1503 3088.4

2180.6
99.1
46.9
-266.6
280.5
2806.9
2922.0
525.0
101.6
109.3
137.8
527.1
40.1
65.3
551.0

1506Q
1506Q
1506Q
1506Q
-

404.3
2723.5
1229.1
1376.7
-

4.9 1503 4824.9 202.6

RONW (%)
7.4
0.8
15.1
3.7
-1.2

DERatio

20
146
291
24
13
-

1.0
0.2
17.7
16.4
-0.1

0.10
2.00
3.00
1.00

0.4
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.2

5.7
13.8
8.9
6.6
-6.2
10.1
-29.1
0.4
-8.4
3.2
0.5
1.5
5.8
0.9
2.9
9.1

1.90
4.50
4.00
2.20
0.05
0.60
0.17
1.80
2.00
1.00

10.9

1.63 16.4

9
0
0
0
0
0
0
42
0
10
0
0
0
15
6
12

19.2
6823
462.60
500/220 6690 33.3
55.4 34566 2881.10 2923/977 34384 55.5
138.7 27624 2031.30 2199/1446 27370 49.4
120.3 51282
291.90
299/192 51287 67.2
6.3
674
674.00
747/260 712 61.2
28.3 26487 1167.00 1272/526 26169 58.9
2.2
95
654.50 1217/240 271 7.5
20.5 16423 5040.05 5138/2160 16254 160.9
28.2 27148 6455.20 6564/4730 24851 46.5
16.2
2963
569.80
700/411 3092 16.2
80.4 42173 1238.45 1262/798 41678 64.4
49.3 13257 394.45XB
410/241 14945 89.1
5.7
4666
429.25
470/249 5050 77.1
12.8
1026
442.40
455/262 1109 36.4
319.6 200023
924.40
979/620 197485 46.4
541.2 257939
321.80
410/295250390 26.8
3.5
191 1400.00 1690/391 188 38.9
13.8 12440 1895.35 1984/1108 12417 100.9
78.4
5539
306.00
314/176 5874 38.8
7.1
431 216.50XB
306/190 481 8.7
20.8
1693
77.40
81/35 2674 12.0
39.7 28384
440.00
466/236 28464 52.1
4.7
109
223.70
257/120 178 107.2
68.9 58585 6076.25 7500/4961 58158 47.0
25.5 20887 6434.45 7435/4524 20618 63.5
2.2
419
41.85
73/15 434
0.7
118
25.80
66/26 117
12.9
372
141.20
194/11 426 14.8
6.5
192
260.00
325/222 323 8.3
83.7
148
16.50
20/11 271
2.1
357 1392.25 1440/264 389 33.1
17.9
141
64.10
84/46 156 16.6
10.4
138
36.30
63/30 852 2.1
10.9
510
709.25
768/187 650 264.3
14.3
2650 1715.90 1992/1503 2603 17.4
36.3
3641
931.85 1130/578 3346 33.4

29.19 0 57.85 343.8


0.00 0 47.12 83.0
16.32 0 39.14 182.2
0.00 0 21.15 82.4
0.00 0 68.34 104.6
21.62 0 42.88 444.7
0.00 0 62.51 850.1
15.04 0 47.98 109.5
53.16 0 32.74 66.9
0.00 0 31.47 122.1
2.16 9 46.35 69.6
33.86 0 38.99 113.8
9.55 40 17.58 64.7
0.00 0 41.03 266.7
- 0 0.00
22.05 4 65.70 172.3

- 60.82

Trailing P/E Ratio

46.9
525.0
109.3
65.3
-

47.5
85.3
28.7
320.3
239.1
-

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

14
5
15
1
8
17
11
19
7
9
7
9
12
2
14

15
14
11
12
2
19
29
13
247
-3
8
7
23
19
11
13
4
19
14
5
20
30
2
8
14
5
28
20
9
-7
25
45
53
12
3
14

52-Week
High/Low

157.9
55.7
107.4
14.2
15.8
109.5
244.6
21.6
22.1
58.1
49.3
229.8
83.6
74.9
32.5
33.8

219.1
1432.6
867.1
2516.5
1776.2
-

35.2
50.4
72.6
32.6
24.1
38.9
23.8
8.0
27.6
13.6
19.3
9.0
17.9
13.6
115.8
31.3
6.2
17.9
14.8
7.2
26.1
23.3
2.9
41.8
30.1
0.3
0.6
35.9
11.6
-20.8
24.1
28.5
9.8
1.6
31.7
26.8

(17/07/15)

19.61
13.59
18.74
2.07
8.70
33.76
28.27
0.00
0.17
0.82
0.59
4.83
9.95
4.54
17.31
17.09

1506Q
1503N
1506Q
1503Q
1503N
-

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.9
0.0
5.9
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
1.1
2.2
0.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.4
0.2
2.5
0.1
2.1
0.0
0.0
1.8
0.0
1.4
0.8
0.8
1.1
0.9
1.9
2.7
0.0
0.0

CMP (`)

Inst. Stake (%)

56.76
62.04
49.95
48.82
89.99
37.84
41.18
74.99
85.26
38.43
89.71
64.32
80.00
41.12
73.60
64.96

47.5
141.0
163.6
212.9
2.8
132.3
0.4
30.8
196.8
59.8
188.1
43.9
28.7
12.6
1018.1
2361.2
-0.5
31.5
28.3
9.1
34.1
140.7
0.7
320.3
86.9
0.0
-0.1
7.9
3.6
-29.8
3.2
3.6
3.1
-2.3
40.7
20.2

11.50
16.00
24.00
2.00
2.50
7.00
2.50
15.00
55.00
8.00
5.50
1.75
1.80
3.00
15.00
6.25
1.00
2.50
4.00
6.50
0.10
2.50
63.00
27.50
1.00
5.00
1.00
1.00
0.50
1.00
70.00
6.00

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

Pledged (%)

NP Growth (%)
-

NP (` Cr)

46.0
6.5
3.9
7.0
10.9

Sales Growth (%)

1.38
0.00
0.00
1.73
0.13

Sales
(` Cr)

74.98 33
23.88 0
73.85 0
72.54 0
66.36 2

Year / Months

NP
(` Cr)

26.08
28.97
25.64
25.74
9.94
17.66
1.88
8.58
12.80
13.02
30.68
15.76
3.04
7.70
18.73
55.68
0.00
46.02
23.92
0.00
0.45
33.47
3.88
17.03
13.36
0.00
0.00
0.03
0.38
4.98
0.05
0.06
11.67
0.35
26.55
13.38

Sales
(` Cr)

26
0
0
0
0
26
21
0
0
0
0
0
26
0
0
0
0
22
37
0
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
24
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0

Latest Qtr. Year

66.86
50.73
50.99
68.16
44.18
72.73
45.91
74.99
72.45
71.48
63.29
74.82
74.71
40.02
67.21
0.00
73.09
48.78
66.77
74.99
69.56
59.67
50.10
62.76
70.63
9.61
0.00
54.26
60.29
34.54
74.22
74.72
32.21
65.21
32.15
72.54

219.1
1872.0
1028.5
1390.5
85.2
495.7
81.5
494.1
1215.5
784.1
1148.4
309.2
867.1
544.0
7675.6
9292.8
16.0
542.1
383.1
1415.1
1358.8
991.9
96.0
2516.5
555.2
1.4
0.2
65.9
130.1
233.2
45.5
74.3
424.8
78.0
219.3
47.4

11.8
51.9
41.1
4.3
11.0
20.8
87.5
15.8
138.8
35.2
19.2
4.4
3.6
12.2
19.9
12.0
36.0
18.8
7.9
24.8
6.4
8.5
2.0
122.9
93.0
0.0
0.0
9.6
31.4
-5.9
42.1
3.9
14.7
2.7
98.6
27.9

MARKET RELATED DATA


Market Cap
(` Cr)

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

Div (`)

*Bajaj Corp Ltd.


1 1503
14.8 33 821 173.3
Britannia Ind.
2 1503
24.0 103 7176 622.4
Colgate Palm.
1 1503
13.6 57 3982 559.0
Dabur India
1 1503 175.7 13 5431 762.6
*DFM Foods Limi
10 1503
10.0 46 289
11.0
*Emami Ltd.
1 1503
22.7 53 2031 471.6
Foods & Inns
10 U1503
1.5 301 361 12.7
Gillette India Ltd.
10 1406
32.6 197 1750 51.4
*GlaxoSmithKlineConsu 10 1503
42.1 502 4308 583.6
Godfrey Philips
2 U1503
10.4 259 2590 183.1
Godrej Consumer Prod
1 1503 34.1* 99 4430 654.5
*Godrej Industries Lt
1 1503 33.6* 49 1455 148.8
*Hatsun Agro Prod
1 U1503
10.9 20 2933 39.2
Heritage Foods
10 U1503
23.2 89 2073 28.2
Hindustan Unilever L
1 1503 216.4 17 30806 4315.3
ITC Ltd.
1 1503 801.6 38 36507 9607.7
J L Morison (India)
10 U1503
1.4 583
91
4.9
Jubilant Foodworks L
10 U1503
65.6 105 2074 123.3
*Jyothy Laboratories
1 1503
18.1 53 1438 142.8
Kothari Products
10 U1503 19.9* 343 4648 49.3
Kwality
1 U1503
21.9 25 5269 140.9
*Marico Ltd.
1 1503
64.5 36 4681 545.2
Milk Food
10 U1503
4.9 71 371
1.0
Nestle India
10 1412
96.4 294 9855 1184.7
P&G Hygiene&Health
10 1406
32.5 309 2051 302.0
Safal Herbs L
1 U1503
10.0
1
1
0.0
Siddarth Businesses
1 U1503
4.6
1
1
0.0
SKM Egg Produc
10 U1503
26.3 27 271 25.2
*Sukhjit Starch &
10 1503
7.4 272 532 23.2
Tamilnadu Petroprod
10 U1503
90.0 12 950 -53.1
Tasty Bite
10 U1503
2.6 174 177 10.8
Umang Dairies Ltd.
5 U1503
11.0 14 251
8.5
Usher Agro Ltd.
10 U1503
38.1 112 1277 41.9
Vadilal Indus.
10 U1503
7.2 76 403
1.9
VST Industries
10 U1503
15.4 309 836 152.2
*Zydus Wellness Ltd.
10 1503
39.1 104 219 109.0
41 FERRO ALLOYS
IND. COMPOSITE
117
1783
84
Ferro Alloys
1 U1503
18.5 14 603 19.1
Gujarat Natural Res
10 U1503
38.8 21
0
0.7
*Maithan Alloys Ltd.
10 U1503 29.1* 117 885 51.5
Sandur M & I Ore
10 U1503
8.8 447 295 14.4
Star Ferro & Cement
1 U1503
22.2
5
0
-1.4
42 FERTILISERS
IND. COMPOSITE
3301
64526
629
Chambal Fertilis
10 U1503 416.2 58 8882 236.8
*Coromandel Internati
1 1503
29.1 74 11285 403.1
*Deepak Fertilisers
10 1503
88.2 173 3712 78.4
Dharamsi Morar.
10 U1503
21.3 10 120 14.0
Fertilisers & Ch
10 U1503 647.1 -13 1991 -399.9
GSFC
2 U1503
79.7 115 5325 400.5
Gujarat Narmada Vall
10 U1503 155.4 160 4642 -452.1
*Khaitan Chemical
1 1503
9.7 13 329
3.5
Madras Fertilize
10 U1503 161.1 -21 1702 -134.7
Mangalore Chem.
10 U1503 118.5 50 2579 37.5
National Fertilizers
10 U1503 490.6 31 8525 26.2
Oswal Green Tech
10 U1503 256.8 83
59 37.3
Rashtriya Chemicals
10 U1503 551.7 51 7713 322.1
SPIC
10 U1503 203.6 10 2094 17.6
Zuari Agro Chemicals
10 U1503
42.1 194 5525 12.4
Zuari Global
10 U1503
29.4 220
43 26.8
43 FINANCE - BANKS - PRIVATE SECTOR
IND. COMPOSITE
6790
209447 39364
Axis Bank Ltd.
2 1503 475.1* 188 35479 7357.8
City Union Bank
1 U1503 59.8* 34 2699 395.0
DCB Bank
10 1503 283.2* 54 1422 191.2
Dhanlaxmi Bank
10 U1503 177.4 31 1284 -241.5
Federal Bank
2 1503 343.2* 45 7419 1005.8
HDFC Bank
2 1503 502.3 247 48470 10215.9
ICICI Bank
2 1503 1161.1* 139 49091 11175.4
*IndusInd Bank
10 U1503 582.9* 156 9692 1793.7
Jammu & Kashmir Bank 1 U1503
48.5 129 7061 508.6
*Karnataka Bank
10 1503 188.5* 180 4698 451.5
Karur Vysya Bank
10 1503 121.8* 349 5396 464.3
Kotak Mahindra Bank
5 1503 913.6* 78 9720 1866.0
Lakshmi Vilas Ba
10 U1503 179.3* 83 2215 132.3
*South Indian Ban
1 1503 135.0 26 5286 307.2
Standard Chartered P 100 1203 1200.0* 10091 7943 1735.8
YES Bank Ltd.
10 1503 418.1* 279 11572 2005.4
44 FINANCE - BANKS - PUBLIC SECTOR
IND. COMPOSITE
15669
651856 35841
Allahabad Bank
10 1503 571.4 206 19716 620.9

LATEST QTR.

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Sales (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

Prom. Stake (%)

Databank

0 26.03 206.8

98
5.29
348
89.75
318 109.10XB
712
814.25
3589
161.55

16
10/4 191 5.1
241/62 350
131/48 331 6.2
870/385 704 49.6
189/40 3614
-

2605
7162
1279
97
1492
3090
971
109
243
760
1423
1418
3123
443
857
286

77/54
340/225
185/112
46/10
38/20
125/65
110/58
14/7
25/13
105/51
43/24
60/19
75/48
30/16
310/173
120/82

62.60
245.90
145.00
45.65
23.05
77.55
62.45
11.23
15.08
64.15
29.00
55.20
56.60
21.75
203.70
97.30

143082
602.30
6054
101.30
3744
132.20
570
32.10
13015 75.85XB
278860 1110.35
184268
317.40
54483
934.75
5313
109.60
2900
153.85
5838
479.20
133982 733.30XB
1682
93.80
3247
24.05
1140
95.00
34473
824.50

5214

91.25

6902
8966
2364
122
2432
3453
5331
314
685
2253
11626
1336
4719
852
3469
390

14
11.0
17.8
16.3
6.9
7.7
20.3
35.8
9.7
69.3
10.7

655/369 123263
106/71 5014
151/76 3111
53/29 -61
80/55 9635
1121/792 251349
393/281 158615
967/528 50069
177/95 2268
158/109 411
618/443 3145
744/451 130053
111/69 489
33/22 806
118/80 -2195
910/517 29232

22
19.4
15.3
19.4
12.9
27.3
16.5
28.7
10.4
6.6
12.6
71.8
12.7
13.2
17.1

137/86 -4446

11
8.4

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

Trailing P/E Ratio

5
42
24
21
22
14
16
30

28.3
50.3
-

11
20
-

9.92
43.47
34.91
41.87
58.62
0.00
40.31
37.25

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0.00
2.1
147
87.80
0.79 25.6
2149
806.80
30.45 52.0
6595
452.35
14.50 40.1
1257
233.35
15.10 45.9
8735 240.30XB
88.21 199.6 209202 1327.10
43.92 167.2 23984
475.25
45.34 16.8
4208
674.80

89/14 147
839/380 9082
570/302 46444
287/149 6219
317/183 16258
1400/970 336698
509/276 92412
725/369 7495

30
24.9
10.6
11.9
41.2
34.9
17.3
34.2

1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1412
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

0.3
29.3
33.9
1.5
0.2
4.5
13.5
1429.4
76.5
81.4
0.0
9.4
0.7
379.2
0.9
11.7
50.3
937.8
0.3
0.5
-0.1
2.6
6.3
0.0
7.8
67.9
27.6
0.2
0.8
68.9
18.3
2.0
4.9
-1.1
2415.8
836.0
8.6
35.2
2.9
1803.3
23.3
2.3
0.0
31.2
5.3
4.3

- -50
77
-11
1.5
21
- -36
- -25
- 303
34
-5
22
2
13
- -68
35
- -77
- 146
18
14
- -23
- -10
- 623
- -45
- 100
0.0
7.8 759
54
39
- 5298
61
60
- 439
- 1678
16
3
8
16
- -69
- -10
- -51
7
3
- 18750
-9
50
- 391

0.3
0.1
0.4
-

191
443
-6
-

0.0
0.7
0.4
0.0
0.4
1.1
0.1
4.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.3
0.0
3.8
0.3
5.1
0.0
7.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
3.2
0.2
0.0
0.3
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
3.2
3.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.2
1.1
0.2
0.7
2.6
0.1
0.0

0.0
0.9
4.7
0.3 1506Q
0.0
0.8
-0.4
231.0
43.8
41.8
1.1
4.0
7.6
35.6
-0.0
2.8
19.0
135.6
-0.7
-0.8
-0.1
0.0
3.8
0.2 1412N
0.4 1506Q
29.7
-7.1
-0.1
-0.2
15.0
0.1
0.4
0.1
-2.1
365.5
119.6
3.0
21.6
0.1
526.9
27.6
1.9
-0.3
0.3
-0.6
-0.3
-

NP Growth (%)

NP (` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)

NP
(` Cr)

1.4
20.6
5.7
3.9
0.7
8.5
2.1
18.7
4.9
14.6
32.2
6.0
2.7
7.3
4.0
9.3
8.2
16.3
0.4
4.6
-0.3
0.9
8.3
4.0
0.3
7.6
-14.9
5.6
0.0
2.6
19.9
2.0
1.7
0.8
2.5
9.9
7.2
7.0
48.7
0.6
36.1
60.1
6.0
-12.9
4.0
1.8
1.0

126171 24222
1
1
0.0
0.0
6 112
7.1
1.3
489
95 18.3 27.7 6.00
13
4
0.4
0.5
1
1
0.1
0.0
47
15
2.8
4.0 1.20
20
33
1.0
0.4 0.10
896 5382 897.9 167.4 18.00
161 200 125.9
7.9 1.75
536 972 867.7 78.0 32.50
50
32 35.7 16.1 12.50
397
33 20.6 23.7 7.00
181
3 18.8
5.0
169 1411 112.0 12.3 2.20
1
2
0.2
0.0
11
40
9.6
1.1 1.00
295 928 85.2 24.3 1.50
186 3690 435.2 30.3 3.50
108
2
1.5
0.5
11
9
1.8
0.5
10
0
-0.1 -0.0
3
13
0.1
0.0
356
23 17.3 29.6
10
0
0.4
0.4
19
4
0.1
0.1
18 248 111.5
1.4 1.00
44 100 -15.9 -6.5
367
7
6.8 20.6 1.50
40
5
0.0
0.0
2
3
1.1
0.1 0.04
15 272 67.5
2.9 1.75
1
38
0.8
0.0
24
3
0.5
0.4
10
6
0.4
0.1
1
10
1.2
0.0
106 9132 1685.5 10.6 2.60
38 3251 521.6
3.1 1.50
45 109 98.2
3.2 3.00
4 104 55.9
1.8 1.30
238
11
3.1
1.4 1.00
154 6248 1978.2 55.6 35.00
7
81 118.3
4.0 4.00
7
2
1.6
0.4 0.02
5
0
-1.0 -0.7
89 137
6.5
3.5 0.50
19
18
2.8
0.3
11
25
0.3
0.1
-

13.86 0
75.00 0
62.70 0
23.36 0
7.20 0
29.95 0
6.58 0
61.60 0
58.35 0
41.19 0
59.67 0
73.96 0
72.70 0
65.29 0
29.81 0
72.05 0
73.91 0
57.74 0
71.53 0
27.86 0
15.51 0
0.00 0
74.99 0
4.47 0
14.89 0
37.72 50
73.23 0
74.98 0
74.98 0
41.53 0
63.64 0
1.26 0
14.90 0
6.36 0
1.24 0
0.00 0
55.53 0
29.77 0
50.41 100
41.34 0
27.81 13
30.56 0
58.65 0
76.32 39
74.65 5
29.37 0
0.19 0

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.02
0.00
24.98
0.00
19.17
15.67
26.08
7.78
3.45
1.32
17.72
0.00
0.00
10.21
35.14
9.12
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.04
0.00
0.00
26.83
1.28
0.01
3.75
0.00
4.71
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
60.76
23.46
40.03
3.89
5.82
41.33
0.10
2.42
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

0.6
8.8
2.5
1.3
0.5
4.6
1.1
26.8
46.3
45.5
12.5
33.5
24.1
118.9
0.5
6.0
2.7
18.2
25.7
1.0
0.5
0.4
7.4
0.6
0.6
128.2
5.2
7.6
1.6
0.5
32.4
0.7
0.8
2.8
0.5
435.0
653.6
22.5
31.5
2.2
64.5
99.4
0.6
0.1
1.3
3.2
1.0

301
147
195
154
471
107
149
27812
27392
15626
618
425
578
4068
459
2286
531
9906
136
93
245
431
97
345
96
5424
145
106
567
343
1263
255
590
2128
2421
24706
4355
6329
699
157
23829
1118
166
94
150
93
785

52-Week
High/Low

0.2
0.1
227.1 22.9
1580.8 162.3
204.6 28.3 1506Q 204.6
294.4 50.3 1506Q 294.4
7448.0 1862.4
2832.5 378.2
191.3 34.8
-

0.7
11.2
13.4
15.6
28.6
19.3
15.5
14.2

(17/07/15)

1503
1503
1503
1506
1506
1503
1503
1503

0.1
- 0.0
32.4 7.00 9.0
42.6 6.00 8.7
19.1 5.00 7.6
5.6 2.00 10.7
38.0 15.00 4.2
27.5 5.00 9.5
19.7 1.50 4.5

CMP (`)

6.8
10.2
7.0
9.3
5.7
29.2
7.5
9.4
12.2
6.6
10.8
14.0
8.8
15.7
4.9
5.5
10.2
4.5
5.2
6.2
8.1
8.0

Market Cap
(` Cr)

101/61 -3150
229/138 12154
312/169 -15255
49/34 -2474
478/275 -6637
121/58 3620
79/48 -5793
76/44 -6596
95/59 -2045
224/132 -1661
74/36 -7733
344/165 -4808
71/41 -2056
232/130 2629
336/235 89198
714/513 -3972
597/435 -1637
611/403 -1925
157/95 -5112
109/52 -2336
254/130 -4004
54/22 -3742
53/40 -3012

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

72.45
156.20
179.00
39.30
297.65
106.95
52.00
44.35
66.50
138.25
39.70
179.45
42.45
144.80
271.05
545.05
469.60
411.65
103.65
55.15
173.95
24.70
41.00

794
47349 8514
U1503 16.8* 10
0
0.1
1503 26.6* 290 816 86.2
1503 145.8 318 5979 621.3
1503
53.9 123 731 103.0
1503
72.7 20 1060 203.8
1503 315.3* 196 27401 5990.1
U1503 100.9 177 10669 1386.2
U1503 62.4* 139 692 123.1
13804
U1503
6.1
U1503
5.5
U1503
6.6
U1503
7.1
U1503
10.0
U1503
6.9*
U1503
5.0*
1503 53.6*
1503
79.6
1503 111.3
U1503
22.2
U1503
8.7
U1503
18.8
1503
91.1
U1503
5.0
U1503 91.1*
1503 35.1*
1503 143.8*
U1503
32.3
U1503
7.0
U1503
24.1
U1503
9.5
U1503
5.9
1403
9.4
U1503
18.7
1503 80.8*
U1503
24.4
U1503
3.3
U1503
28.3
U1503
19.0
1503 23.2*
U1503 26.2*
U1503
13.0
U1503
52.1
U1503
36.6
1503 1593.9*
U1503 1662.0
1503 62.2*
1503
62.8
U1503
22.5
U1503 71.1*
U1503 58.4*
U1503
3.8
U1503
15.2
U1503
18.4
U1503
84.0
U1503
29.1

Inst. Stake (%)

22.80 221.1
4368
34.22 278.4 34642
26.19 266.9 11915
14.72 177.3
4178
28.80 151.8 15335
13.77 153.3 17735
29.36 67.6
4356
22.78 228.4
2489
13.78 412.7 10666
14.62 66.8
6640
16.50 249.2
4904
29.91 118.5
5381
12.54 147.8
1700
34.52 333.0 26854
29.84 1301.5 205082
10.33 59.0
3815
3.17 28.4
2255
3.98 60.2
3415
18.00 249.0
6862
18.26 309.6
5932
27.27 239.1 11059
12.18 83.2
2074
11.00 275.8
3522

Pledged (%)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

185.2
598.4
-56.1
112.7
613.0
174.3
45.1
55.8
545.9
206.2
35.5
-178.4
-70.2
306.6
3742.0
280.3
136.0
192.0
416.9
209.3
443.8
104.5
96.8

Prom. Stake (%)


61.01
57.53
64.42
79.79
64.47
81.45
63.33
59.75
76.49
82.10
73.80
59.13
79.62
59.85
59.14
75.07
90.00
78.90
69.23
72.82
60.46
82.00
74.05

1503 4261.8
1503 10761.9
1503 11164.8
1503 3217.3
1503 11103.4
1503 6769.6
1503 4881.6
1503 2706.3
1503 7412.1
1503 3956.4
1503 5909.8
1503 5090.9
1503 2111.0
1503 11650.5
1503 40101.2
1503 2242.8
1503 1791.6
1503 2331.6
1503 5804.8
1503 4600.8
1503 8240.6
1503 2571.9
1503 3132.3

Sales Growth (%)

6.3
8.5
5.4
5.6
8.5
3.5
5.6
3.6
3.6
6.8
-2.9
3.6
2.2
7.8
10.2
12.9
8.3
6.3
11.7
9.1
9.0
4.4
7.1

Year / Months

10.6 2.00 15.4


15.3 3.20 15.5
25.7 5.00 16.9
4.2 0.80 18.3
52.5 10.50 17.9
3.7 0.50 16.3
7.0 1.40 19.0
4.7 0.90 15.6
5.4 0.75 10.8
20.9 4.20 13.5
-3.7
- 17.7
16.6 3.30 15.5
3.0 0.60 15.5
16.5 3.30 13.3
17.3 3.50 12.3
111.0 14.30 14.0
85.1 6.00 15.1
40.4 5.00 17.3
23.0 4.70 21.0
10.6 2.00 18.0
28.0 6.00 17.3
3.0
- 20.8
5.1 1.50 21.3

602.8
443.6*
665.6*
1063.2
515.2
1658.3
167.5
561.1
1604.0
480.3
1235.3
299.8
400.4
370.9
756.6*
70.0
48.0
83.0*
662.1
1075.6
635.8
839.5
859.1

MARKET RELATED DATA

14
12
17
6
13
9
10
9
4
5
8
5
11
8
12
12
10
0
15
10
10
-3
16

167 16369 638.4


180 42964 3398.4
472 43430 1708.9
63 12665 450.7
514 43750 2702.6
94 26409 606.4
125 19556 584.3
133 10763 265.5
142 28154 873.4
261 15853 1005.2
113 23938 -454.3
439 19961 497.1
140 8589 121.3
203 46315 3061.6
170 152397 13101.6
859 9005 776.9
908 6940 408.8
636 9569 335.5
183 21615 1522.9
111 19359 1137.8
288 32084 1781.6
62 10180 256.0
69 12274 439.4

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
U1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

Latest Qtr. Year

RONW (%)

DERatio

Div (`)

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

Sales (` Cr)

CEqt. (` Cr)

LATEST QTR.

Sales
(` Cr)

Andhra Bank
10
Bank of Baroda
2
Bank of India
10
Bank of Maharash
10
Canara Bank
10
Central Bank
10
Corporation Bank
2
Dena Bank
10
IDBI Bank Ltd.
10
Indian Bank
10
Indian Overseas
10
Oriental Bank of
10
Punj. & Sind Ban
10
Punj. NationlBak
2
SBI
1
State Bank Of Bi
10
State Bank Of My
10
StateBnkOfTravan
10
Syndicate Bank
10
UCO Bank
10
Union Bank of In
10
United Bank of I
10
Vijaya Bank
10
45 FINANCE - HOUSING
IND. COMPOSITE
Asya Infosoft
10
Can Fin Homes
10
Dewan Housing
10
*GIC Housing Fi
10
GRUH Finance Li
2
HDFC
2
LIC Housing Fi
2
Repco Home Finance L 10
46 FINANCE - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE
Achal Investments
1
Aditya Birla Money L
1
AK Capital Services
10
*Alankit
10
Alps Motor Finance
1
Arman Financial Serv
10
Arnold Holdings
2
Bajaj Finance L
10
*Bajaj Finserv Ltd.
5
Bajaj Holdings & Inv
10
Balmer Lawrie Invest
10
Bengal & Assam Compa 10
BF Investment Ltd.
5
Capital First
10
Capital Trade Links
1
Capital Trust Lt
10
Capri Global Capital
10
*Cholamandalam Invest 10
Consolidated Finvest
10
D B (International)
2
Dee Kartavya Fin
10
Dhanleela Investment
2
Dhunseri Investments 10
Dhyana Finstock
10
Econo Trade (India)
10
Edelweiss Fin. Ser
1
Emkay Global Financi 10
Florence Investech
10
Fortune Financia
10
GCM Securities Ltd.
1
*Geojit BNP Paribas
1
Global Infratech & F
1
Goenka Business
10
Goldline Intl.
10
Greencrest Financial
1
*IDFC L
10
IFCI Ltd.
10
*IIFL Holdings
2
*IL&FS Investment Man 2
Ind. Inv Trust
10
Indiabulls Housing F
2
Indiabulls Ventures
2
IndiaNivesh
1
Innoventive Venture
10
Intec Capital
10
Inventure Growth & S
10
Jackson Investments
10

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

15
48.90
57/34 301
26.55
39/19 117 20.8
295.60
357/183 316 7.2
215.90
240/52 154
46.90
67/32 475
155.00
200/21 127 38.6
59.40
75/50 152
5185.65 5652/2151 50180 31.0
1721.40 1799/914 27388 217.5
1404.00 1635/1243 15580 18.0
278.40
290/242 551 17.3
489.70
650/336 509 20.7
153.50
206/79 557 30.8
446.50
465/229 8958 36.3
91.80
132/77 460
250.90
278/22 2335 237.1
151.40
240/125 539 6.2
689.10
739/351 29041 22.8
42.10
57/31 135
26.60
79/26
57
101.50
115/8 245
91.00
200/83 432
166.00
182/67
97 5.6
366.00
372/317 345
51.30
260/43
96
67.10
82/45 10081 48.7
59.20
69/40 118
319.00
445/222 106 15.5
200.00
293/112 581
18.05
90/18 335
54.35
62/34 1102 18.7
9.71XB
28/9 260
453.80
560/82 589
408.50
595/315 2127
66.25
70/49 2421
155.00
188/134 79529 14.7
26.20
43/25 21409 8.3
203.40
226/120 6337 64.4
22.25
28/16 692 12.5
69.70
99/65 145 50.2
669.90
675/359 47881 12.0
38.25
41/22 1027 9.4
43.90
45/40 170
62.05
67/24 100
81.75
113/70 529 23.3
11.10
16/10
86
270.00
365/225 784
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Updated Information

34

DSIJ.in

10

U1503
U1503
1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503

192
5249
-37
24.3 13 2058 50.2
2.1
3.0 2350 175 49.2 163.5 25.00
6.0 228 354 34.1 56.9 24.00
34.1
6 152
1.5
0.2
5.4 23 156 16.0
3.0 0.75
17.5 50 1998 -237.0 -27.1
11.1 25 223 41.7
7.5 1.30
91.1
9 133
6.7
0.7
-

4.2
0.0
0.7
2.8
0.0
3.3
0.1
0.0

16.0
7.0
25.0
3.8
12.6
-44.8
29.8
8.4

22.4
14.2
9.2
-0.1
3.4
-77.3
10.6
1.2

U1503
U1503

22
15.3 104
6.2 178

0.8
1.0

10.5 1503
14.8 1503

2.0
6.5

445
255
191

33
16.7
16.3

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

10.9
26.2

3.00

1503 519.7
1503 56.0
1503 94.0
1503 44.6
1503 33.2
1503 570.2
1503 61.3
1503 33.1

55.5
53.0

4.4
0.2
0.9
0.6
-

Sales
(` Cr)

16.69 38.5
15.01 26.8
0.00
7.0
9.98 19.9
0.01
6.2
0.00
2.2
5.13 465.6
7.65
5.8
43.33 53.4
0.00
0.4
64.54 15.5
0.00
0.3
45.01 58.8
0.00
0.6
0.00
3.0
0.00 55.3
0.05 17.2
14.27 10.5
0.00
7.0
16.27 41.0
0.07 13.6
0.00
0.6
3.10 71.4
0.00
1.2
0.00
1.6
3.08 216.9
0.00
0.7
0.19
2.7
1.11 35.1
0.00
0.9
21.95 191.1
0.84
4.0
0.16
1.8
13.40 109.2
0.00
0.9
12.60
8.8
28.60 1039.6
15.99 24.8
33.20 222.6
0.00
0.7
0.00 14.7
0.00
0.6
19.13
1.9
16.10
6.4
55.38 40.3
0.00
1.5
61.13 54.1
12.79 58.0
0.00
0.8
2.97
2.7
4.32 70.0
15.63 20.0
0.00
1.6
5.30 25.5
7.60 59.5
0.00
0.5
0.00
0.4
0.98
2.3
0.00
0.8
4.06
7.6
0.02 23.6
0.00
8.1
21.49
1.0
0.00
2.5
0.00
0.4

3748
1145
644
1115
854
267
12441
98
15917
631
2125
536
2385
2812
140
116
329
4766
216
8495
120
215
5863
936
451
233
285
122
517
93
35106
123
532
2487
99
900
9687
5821
28952
186
106
107
1291
11100
20355
338
6647
1836
333
1168
270
17382
108
3324
522
336
121
247
352
310
178
355
4486
2815
189

47.55
59/35 3837
1031.80 1270/777 1144 31.2
10.97
38/4 643
2554.00 2799/660 1115 65.8
1323.00 1499/555 841 28.9
102.95
131/57 266 26.7
72.30
77/59 13055 47.6
80.45
111/58 174 7.1
279.85
345/232 35096 19.1
80.50
108/77 633
89.75
142/82 9885 14.3
535.50
565/94 535
28.35
39/21 8552 8.8
292.40
343/140 2812
210.00
220/81 139
10.30
26/10 116 5.5
103.40
110/46 324
337.05
341/193 5203 78.8
173.00
276/144 717 9.7
213.45
254/166 19415 12.7
71.55
113/61 118 6.3
110.00
119/57 215
56.00
71/45 6266
440.50
685/329 936
261.00
350/201 744 15.5
17.36
22/11 224 16.1
34.65
36/5 284
5.01CB
245/5 190
28.70
36/21 3966 5.8
50.00
88/36
94
265.95
316/219 178852 5.9
225.00
290/145 129
9.90
93/10 535
44.25
73/30 6223 15.5
19.30
39/13
99
630.50
732/376 899 34.7
383.45
622/336 26721 12.8
326.40
412/296 6915
293.20
371/234 140462 5.5
164.90
264/151 186
21.15
27/13 697 6.7
102.90
209/37 107
318.30
430/181 1674 29.0
1684.25 2196/1560 19229 19.9
897.15 1286/762 49864 16.4
67.60XB
215/11 336
525.45
532/261 6777 35.4
36.50
55/30 15145 20.2
33.90
45/32 426
512.00
590/106 1168
248.00
317/195 268 34.3
1564.25 1824/870 25418 38.3
30.50
33/11 118
603.30
651/525 3312 17.8
64.65
96/33 1375 8.7
26.45
32/21 336
120.70
334/103 120
48.75
55/14 248
268.40
269/62 352
970.00 1100/640 309 10.2
46.00
54/19 174 27.4
307.30
340/131 424 19.1
288.40
370/253 4486
53.55
72/40 2815
50.70
97/40 189
-

0.00

0.5

259

54.41 9 1.21
74.18 0 0.02
72.55 0 14.75
74.95 0 0.07
52.51 0 0.20
69.98 27 7.26
65.07 0 11.20
75.00 0 0.18

51.3
4.9
5.1
47.5
9.7
4.4
9.8
19.8

4040
597
1089
171
178
1001
2454
395

6.8
2.3

98
725

0
0

Trailing P/E Ratio

Year / Months
-

EPS (`)

0.7

1
2164
1.0 1160 2164

NP (` Cr)

13.3 1503 517.8

Sales (` Cr)

0.9

Bk Val (`)

CEqt. (` Cr)

16
15.9 154.3

U1503

20
19
41.3 219
- 385
65
-5
- -58
- 198
13
- 480
12
7
- -12
25
- 1031
- 396
- -16
- 107
24
- -15
- -12
0.9 -62
- -32
- 7906
- -46
14
- 465
7.1
-11
17
9
17
- 342
- 158
47
- -59
13
8
- -46
19
9
2
- -16
9
8
- -99
38
12
-2
-1
55
1
3
0
- 201
60
30.9
8
70
58
41
-5
- -47
- 192
- 374

1.94
1.88

2522.75

2523/310

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

- 40.94
- 56.66

1412N
1506Q
1506Q
1506Q
-

52-Week
High/Low

0.5
4.7
1.0
9.2
14.8
1.9
190.1
-4.1
333.4
0.1
46.1
-0.1
69.7
0.0
-1.4
18.1
1.0
2.5
6.2
165.2
5.7
0.2
-15.7
-0.2
5.6
1.9
0.1
0.9
14.8
-0.5
1560.8
-0.2
-0.8
15.8
-0.0
6.5
481.0
-16.5
1096.5
0.2
4.9
0.1
4.5
149.6
316.7
-0.0
40.5
16.4
0.7
0.3
1.9
90.7
0.0
22.9
11.2
-0.2
-0.0
0.6
-0.1
3.4
1.8
3.9
-0.0
0.1
0.4

(17/07/15)

9
13

9.3
7.0
5.7
0.2
15.0
5.1
186.9
4.8
1520.7
36.2
531.4
15.3
500.8
0.1
1.8
1.2
0.5
21.6
51.5
1100.3
1.9
0.9
18.1
9.9
31.9
32.2
0.5
7.1
95.0
16.4
6389.6
0.4
175.2
217.2
0.1
15.4
1345.0
16.7
5333.4
0.3
40.9
4.8
47.3
892.0
2310.7
-0.0
197.6
414.6
44.4
1.2
2.3
577.8
0.0
31.5
44.7
0.7
0.3
30.9
22.4
3.2
1199.1
998.7
0.1
8.2
1.0

CMP (`)

1503
1503
1412
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

Market Cap
(` Cr)

Pledged (%)

4.8
4.8
1.4
5.4
6.3
1.7
6.9
11.2
14.7
32.6
10.7
0.0
10.3
0.1
5.6
8.1
0.5
10.5
15.8
13.5
3.8
1.1
-25.3
-0.6
1.7
2.6
2.0
10.5
11.9
8.3
17.9
5.4
2.1
10.7
0.3
9.2
6.1
-5.3
20.3
6.6
10.7
2.4
8.4
13.6
13.4
-0.0
17.9
3.3
5.3
2.0
1.8
15.2
-0.2
8.7
12.1
-0.1
0.8
0.1
0.1
13.0
3.1
18.6
-0.0
0.6
3.9

78.1
36.7
0.8
17.0
29.6
10.0
261.6
17.7
831.8
0.8
149.1
0.0
270.7
0.1
0.7
21.2
1.1
60.5
22.3
670.5
19.1
0.6
-687.6
-0.1
29.1
14.5
0.2
3.3
89.6
0.3
5959.3
0.2
1.2
160.9
0.0
25.9
757.0
-103.5
5259.9
0.8
15.8
0.3
44.5
558.1
1237.8
-0.0
187.7
90.9
6.4
0.5
7.9
454.1
-0.2
186.5
60.2
-0.0
0.0
0.2
0.1
30.3
6.5
18.6
-0.1
0.3
0.5

MARKET RELATED DATA

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

Prom. Stake (%)

-1
11
15
12
-2
7
26
31

0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.7
3.5
0.8
6.1
0.0
2.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.8
4.3
3.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.0
2.5
5.7
0.5
5.3
1.5
0.3
2.8
0.0
0.0
1.6
0.6
5.5
0.0
4.8
0.0
0.8
2.2
3.7
0.0
1.6
5.0
0.8
0.0
0.0
2.9
0.1
0.0
2.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.7
0.0
0.0
0.0

21
30
686
49
1
20
717
1
730
30
223
20
22 291
130
83
100 5536
0 123
59 2019
25
50
31 1976
10
0
18
12
23
4
71
2
41 129
113 190
125 4314
299
9
26
6
26
74
9
17
977 112
42
42
1
1
1
29
42 410
2
60
253 25047
8
1
1 397
27 802
1
0
198
59
491 3948
110 108
263 20230
11
1
30 147
11
11
130 178
622 3482
407 8637
11
-0
83 724
54 1894
12
76
11
6
391
9
268 2255
21
0
390 231
62 186
2
2
6
1
24 117
76
24
728
33
54 4623
87 4470
31
0
1
13
3
2

Inst. Stake (%)

NP Growth (%)

1.35
15.00
0.80
12.00
4.00
0.80
1.35
3.00
5.00
6.00
1.50
1.50
9.10
1.00
7.50
9.00
10.70
1.00
1.00
15.00
10.00
0.50
10.50
17.00
1.80
3.00
7.50
0.05

78.8*
11.1
58.7
4.4
6.5
25.9
1720.7
12.2
113.8
15.7
47.4
10.0
168.2
96.2
6.7
112.7*
31.8
14.1*
12.5
398.0
8.4
19.6
523.5
21.2
17.3
134.2
8.2
24.3
180.0
3.7
1320.0
5.5
53.8
562.1
5.1
14.3
252.6
178.3
987.5
11.3
50.0
10.4
40.6
65.9*
226.9
50.0*
126.5*
503.1
98.1
22.8
10.9
111.1*
35.5
55.1
80.7
25.4
5.0
50.7
13.1
3.2
38.7
11.6
31.1*
52.6
3.7

NP (` Cr)

- 72.70

NP
(` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
28
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
33
67
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
49
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Latest Qtr. Year

66.06
60.86
0.10
63.49
74.99
74.81
72.93
59.57
52.00
0.62
27.00
17.21
32.19
26.53
31.28
65.98
71.67
72.99
74.92
74.82
70.35
1.88
78.09
4.70
65.79
41.74
4.70
16.59
74.06
16.74
72.79
29.66
1.94
60.00
11.50
46.40
52.63
50.92
60.63
0.01
64.21
32.60
26.03
33.78
26.05
0.00
9.24
58.71
69.16
51.05
72.45
36.16
64.35
73.01
62.23
16.30
12.71
33.51
0.89
74.89
44.45
74.59
62.19
0.83
64.33

RONW (%)

932
-44
-67
71
-

1.0
33.1
0.0
38.8
45.8
3.9
1.5
14.5
14.6
0.1
6.3
0.0
3.2
0.0
1.0
1.9
0.3
4.3
17.9
16.8
11.4
0.3
-6.6
-0.1
16.9
1.1
0.0
0.1
5.0
0.1
45.1
0.4
0.0
2.9
0.0
18.2
30.0
-5.8
53.3
0.7
3.2
0.3
11.0
84.7
54.6
-0.0
14.8
1.8
0.6
0.2
7.2
40.9
-0.0
33.9
7.5
-0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
94.9
1.7
16.1
-0.0
0.0
0.1

1503
U1503
1403
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
1503
U1503
1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
1503
U1503
1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
U1503
1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

DERatio

LATEST QTR.

Div (`)

*JM Financial Ltd.


1
JSW Holdings
10
Kailash Auto Fin
1
Kalyani Investment
10
Kama Holdings Ltd.
10
Kiran Vyapar
10
L&T Finance Holdings 10
LKP Finance Ltd.
10
M&M Fin.Services
2
Maa Jagdambe Trade
2
*Magma Fincorp Ltd.
2
Mahanivesh (Ind)
10
*Manappuram Finance
2
Mangalam Industrial
10
Mathew Easow Res
10
Mercantile Ventures
10
Microsec Financial S
10
*Motilal Oswal Financ
1
Muthoot Capital
10
Muthoot Finance
10
Nahar Capital & Fina
5
Neil Industries
10
Network 18 Media & I
5
Ojas Asset Reconst
10
Oscar Investment
10
Oswal Agro Mills
10
Panafic Industrials
1
*PMC Fincorp
1
PNB Gilts Ltd.
10
Potential Investment
2
Power Finance Co
10
Profin Capital Servi
10
PS IT Infrastructure
1
PTC India Financial
10
Ramchandra Leasing
1
*Rane Holdings Ltd.
10
Reliance Capital
10
Religare Enterprises
10
Rural Electrific
10
Sai Baba Investment
10
Sakthi Finance
10
Sawaca Business Mach 10
SE Investments
10
*Shriram City Uni
10
*Shriram Trans.Fi
10
Simplex Trad&Age
10
*SKS Microfinance
10
*SREI Infrastructure
10
SRS Finance Ltd.
10
Stampede Capital
10
Summit Securities
10
Sundaram Finance
10
Supreme Holdings
10
*Tata Investment
10
Tourism Finance
10
TTI Enterprise Ltd.
2
Universal Credit & S
5
*Urja Global
10
V B Industries
10
Vardhman Holdings
10
VLS Finance L
10
Weizmann Forex
10
Westlife Development
2
Yamini Investments
1
Zodiac Ventures
1
47 FOREX
IND. COMPOSITE
Paul Merchants
10
48 GLASS
IND. COMPOSITE
Asahi India Glass
1
Borosil Glass
10
Empire Inds.
10
*Guj. Borosil Ltd
5
Haldyn Glass
1
Hind. NationalGl
2
La Opala RG Ltd.
2
*Saint-Gobain Sekurit 10
49 GRANITES/MARBLES
IND. COMPOSITE
Aro Granite Indu
10
Pokarna Ltd.
10

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

Sales Growth (%)

Databank

16
300 16.4

44
166.20
170/80 5120 80.5
1986.75 2150/1458 593 12.1
1814.75 2070/717 1150 31.9
25.00
29/16 190
33.05
37/16 153 11.1
114.60
158/91 3190
442.20
507/206 2459 58.8
43.35
54/20 395
-

63.90
1168.75

104/41
1215/249

16
191 5.9
809 44.6

2.97 14.1
24.85 24.3
27.87 40.3
19.01 457.0
4.92
6.8
0.95
1.5
5.51 256.8
0.00
0.48
2.1
17.13 26.6
27.46 90.6
6.36 28.4

427
89232
1107
7997
246
632
994
1048
118
405
343
147

52.45
470.55
11.76
15.10
469.00
86.40
4.00
64.45
9.64
40.10
2.48
14.14

104/45
505/244
21/9
27/11
567/136
106/51
11/4
67/45
11/4
65/35
6/2
37/11

1
- 74.96 0 0.00
0.9
-53 -313.7 -3037 64.70 32 8.57 23.0
3
- 42.37 0 22.59
4.2
7
- 51.53 40 3.23 127.5
15
- 59.04 68 5.32 44.1
213
- 45.23 80 1.48 49.1
1
- 71.86 0 4.35
1.0
14
- 54.61 34 0.00
6.6
18
- 73.26 0 2.16
5.1
31
- 64.89 13 6.37 21.1
-5
7.6
20 60.46 0 0.42
9.2
-17
- 49.88 26 9.16 11.3
-2
- 51.73 73 4.64 128.1
2
- 73.00 0 6.52 78.7
9
- 48.83 0 24.05 45.9
-7
- 61.34 17 21.90 175.3
7
- 48.48 72 25.40 49.8
7
- 40.42 43 23.25 778.3
17
- 60.57 0 2.32 40.1
8
- 69.19 0 0.00
9.3
18
- 59.54 0 1.98 65.4
12
- 58.47 0 17.16 25.7
75
17.7
460 54.20 76 8.04 19.8

683
306
1073
121
1496
918
1572
192
367
262
229
105
140
1090
1955
7392
949
20757
484
102
887
1262
671

146.00
24.80
457.60
17.05
66.05
3.81
408.50
23.55
249.50
80.00
103.90
2.65
9.55
61.10
64.20
80.80
41.90
858.70
110.80
43.60
64.60
188.30
117.50

207/89
53/14
476/280
28/13
401/49
6/3
464/344
30/15
311/160
186/75
118/41
5/2
26/8
112/48
116/51
301/78
55/29
1365/819
179/94
64/37
76/38
372/182
127/44

NP (` Cr)

NP Growth (%)

Year / Months

Sales
(` Cr)

NP
(` Cr)

RONW (%)

2.3
- 1.2
10.7 1503 87.4
6.8
0.0
- 2.1
0.0 1503 30.8 -82.1 1503N 595.4
13.4 6.00 1.1
8.8 1503 503.9
2.2
4.1 0.60 0.8
3.1 1503 225.1
-2.9
-55.4
- 3.5 -16.1 1503 2419.9 -360.8
-2.6
- 5.6 -56.8 1503 529.8 -231.3
7.0 1.00 0.8
11.2 1503 156.8
1.8
4.2
- 0.5
12.1 1503 165.2 10.4
10.7 7.50 0.0
9.9 1503 18.6
3.1
19.0 1.00 1.4
7.5 1503 464.4
-3.0
13.3 1.50 1.8
16.8 1506 274.6
7.6 1506Q 274.6
0.1
- 1.4
2.2 1503 127.4
0.8
-15.1
- 4.0 -264.6 1503 359.8 -26.9
3.3 0.50 0.0
2.7 1503 175.5 19.5
8.6 1.00 0.9
6.3 1503 2083.4 71.1
-3.4
- 1.7
-2.4 1503 3328.6 -234.6
-32.0
- 57.3 136.2 1503 3287.4 -16.9
89.6 11.00 1.1
8.7 1503 10982.3 188.7
19.1
- 0.5
17.3 1503 302.2 24.0
3.4 0.70 0.9
7.9 1503 246.0
1.2
3.6 1.25 0.2
10.8 1503 322.6
1.4
18.3 5.00 0.0
4.2 1503 364.7 30.1
9.4 1.50 0.6
7.5 1506 405.3 17.7 1506Q 405.3

Trailing P/E Ratio

74.81
71.71
58.60
68.95
59.92
64.85
68.05
1.88
46.95
42.03
62.71

9
0
96
84
0
7
94
0
0
0
0
47

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

83
-

57
9
512
-18
22
-27
-30
-20
55
-49

0.8 0.42 0.4


9.8 1503 14.5
2.4
13.1 2.00 0.2
1.8 1503 25.9
3.3
-24.8
- 1.4
-6.4 1503 65.2 -20.7
-1.9 1.00 0.4
-0.7 1503 36.7
0.8
71.0 20.00 0.0
17.6 1503 15.4
4.0
-0.7
- 0.4
-1.6 1503 56.0
-2.7
8.1 3.00 0.2
11.4 1503 73.5 10.9
1.7 1.10 0.1
3.6 1503 392.7 47.9
8.4 1.00 0.4
17.2 1503 17.8
5.6
0.2
- 0.0
1.6
-0.3
- 0.0
-0.9 1503 14.5
1.4
-8.9
- 21.4 -98.5 1503 228.4 44.0
4.0 2.00 0.0
9.8 1503 144.0 22.1
-1.0
- 0.9
-3.1 1503 610.8 -119.2
-24.5
- 5.8 -154.2 1503 38.1 -15.0
13.4
- 0.0
7.2 1503 21.5
5.7
8.9 4.00 0.0
10.8 1503 203.9 10.4
-0.2 0.40 1.2
-1.3 1503 84.7
5.3
3.3
- 0.3
4.8 1503 22.8
4.3
-1.5
- 0.6
-3.3 1503 40.7
-2.0
8.5 4.00 0.0
6.7 1503
8.4
-1.0
2.0 1.00 0.0
3.0 1503 73.6
1.9
0.1
- 0.0
0.4 1503 40.4
4.0
-0.3
- 0.8
-0.6 1503 68.6
-0.4
-3.8
- 0.8
-8.2 1503 44.6 -14.1
5.0 1.00 0.1
23.6 1503 56.9
7.2

52-Week
High/Low

-2.1
-

90.8
-

77.3
-6.7
2.2
7.6
9.4

(17/07/15)

Market Cap
(` Cr)

0.12
4.8
7.38 13.8
1.33 16.1
1.13 15.9
0.00
5.8
1.14 17.0
14.33
5.7
16.16 69.9
0.00
3.4
0.00
0.00
1.3
5.73 103.5
4.10
2.9
42.47 136.6
1.09
6.4
0.02 12.9
12.57 22.0
11.42 13.9
8.79 17.6
0.02
3.5
43.04
2.7
28.86 12.9
24.26 18.1
4.04 43.7
0.22
3.8
7.60
3.1

4.6
717.4
1.0 1503H
-262.5
2.5
0.5
-232.9
2.7
15.9
-0.8
-164.0
-

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

64.07 0 18.74
24.46 0 24.14
65.40 0 0.02
56.76 0 28.68
48.00 58 0.03
56.10 0 6.75

CMP (`)

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

50.16 0
65.37 0
72.48 100
63.88 0
62.45 0
73.80 0
74.99 0
35.24 0
74.99 0
- 0
74.78 0
63.88 92
87.02 0
37.53 0
60.89 69
74.62 0
75.00 0
60.25 1
71.02 98
79.92 34
52.24 0
51.19 0
55.00 0
74.98 0
39.21 44
44.00 11

42
14
2
2
9
-12
7
6
17
2
3
8
5
-2
15
6
1
2
8
27
15
36
1
-9
13

11.0
-0.9
8.3
14.8
27.4

Pledged (%)

Prom. Stake (%)

0.5
0.3
0.0
0.2
1.5

Inst. Stake (%)

Sales Growth (%)

52
1480/963 20168 54.5
195/101 10055
69/33
90 13.1
76/42 639 18.6
738/261 889 19.8

5.75
0.50
1.80
2.50

Sales
(` Cr)

1358.55
190.75
54.05
65.80
700.00

DERatio

Latest Qtr. Year

18901
8830
101
603
766

18
66
8
5
20

24.9
-0.7
4.1
3.5
35.4

217.8
1337.3
48.7
174.5
10.6
61.8
324.4
4.4
758.1
0.0
76.0

34.34 64 45.85 34.8


71.32 70 9.54 106.3
63.20 0 1.29 16.7
50.99 0 3.03 39.3
50.01 0 0.32
7.1

10.6 1503Q
-3.1
-2.9
2.3
-6.5
10.4
-

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

1503 15.4
1503 37.5
1503 37.9
1503 29.2
1503
9.5
1503 485.2

12.2
13.3
-8.5
-4.0
24.8
1.9
-33.4
1.5
-0.3
8.4
0.1
-66.8

18
594/270 4831
164/81 339 98.7
629/358 210 14.7
1077/688 5237 17.4
175/94 205 7.4
610/275 931 27.7

273
-

-1.6
1.5
20.6
36.8
23.7
4.8

0.6
0.0
0.4
0.7
0.2
0.3
2.1
0.6
0.0
1.3
0.0
1.8

485.00
101.35
498.00
758.95
116.30
552.20

10.6
-

1.1
0.2
0.9
0.0
0.3
1.6

5.7 0.30
14.4 11.00
-1.0
-0.7
27.6 3.50
0.2 0.20
-2.7
0.3
-0.0
6.2 0.20
0.0
-32.7
-

4479
304
179
5241
186
519

-7
24
13
13
18
-4

3.00
7.50
5.00

MARKET RELATED DATA

6.4
11.1
8.2
17.3
27.0
21.8

15.4
-

-0.6
1.0
33.9
43.7
15.8
19.9

1203.7
154.3
30.5
176.0
105.3

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

Div (`)

50 HORTICULTURE AND FLORICULTURE


IND. COMPOSITE
91
3494
356
Advanta
2 1412 18.5* 36
83
-5.2
CamsonBioTechnology 10 U1503
30.0 71 169
3.1
JK Agri Genetics Ltd
10 U1503
3.6 164 210 12.2
Kaveri Seed Company
2 U1503
13.8 119 1116 301.8
Nath Bio-Genes
10 U1503
16.0 67 185 25.4
Venkys (India) Ltd.
10 U1503
9.4 412 1731 18.7
51 HOSPITALS AND MEDICALSERVICES
IND. COMPOSITE
654
6436
392
*Apollo Hospitals
5 1503
69.6 227 4593 346.6
Fortis Healthcare
10 U1503 462.9 79 611 -33.9
Fortis Malar Hospita
10 U1503
18.6 49 118
7.7
Indraprastha Med
10 U1503
91.7 24 713 32.5
Kovai Medical
10 U1503
10.9 129 402 38.7
52 HOTELS AND RESORTS
IND. COMPOSITE
955
8322 -301
Advani Hotels
2 U1503
9.2
8
48
3.6
*Asian Hotels (East)
10 1503
11.4 741 100 15.0
Asian Hotels (North)
10 U1503
19.5 288 232 -48.2
Asian Hotels (West)
10 U1503
11.5 252 134
-2.1
Benares Hotels
10 U1503
1.3 403
47
9.2
Country Club Hospita
2 U1503
32.7 43 273 -11.3
*EIH Associated
10 1503
30.5 71 230 24.7
*EIH Ltd.
2 1503 114.3 43 1323 96.6
Fomento Resorts
10 U1503
16.0 49
55 13.4
GIR Natureview
10 1503
17.8 11
7
0.3
*Graviss Hospitality
2 1503 17.3* 29
49
-2.2
Hotel Leela Ven.
2 U1503
93.3 -6 755 -415.9
India Tourism De
10 U1503
85.8 41 472 34.4
Indian Hotels Co
1 U1503
80.7 32 2024 -82.0
Kamat Hotels (In
10 U1503 24.2* 16 133 -59.2
Mac Charles
10 U1503
13.1 186
67 17.5
*Mahindra Holidays
10 1503
88.8 82 795 79.0
*Oriental Hotels
1 1503
17.9 13 300
-3.0
Royal Orchid Hotels
10 U1503
27.2 69
85
9.0
Sayaji Hotels Lt
10 U1503
17.5 45 137
-2.7
*SinclairsHotels
10 1503
5.6 121
29
4.7
Speciality Restauran
10 U1503
47.0 67 299
9.4
Sterl.Holi.Reso
10 U1503
90.1 27 157
1.2
*Taj GVK Hotels & Res
2 1503
12.5 55 248
-2.0
TGB Banquets
10 U1503
29.3 47 140 -11.2
The Byke Hospitality
10 U1503 40.1* 21 181 20.0
53 INFRASTRUCTURE - GENERAL
IND. COMPOSITE
3391
11800 1420
Atlanta Ltd.
2 U1503
16.3 47 496 46.5
Bharti Infratel Ltd.
10 U1503 1896.3* 108 5389 2725.2
Gammon Infrastructur
2 1409 188.3*
9
81 -69.3
GMR Infrastructure L
1 U1503 529.6* 16 650 -352.6
Kesar Terminals & In
10 U1503
5.3 112
42 14.5
Kridhan Infra
2 U1503 14.6*
9
80
1.3
Lanco Infratech Ltd.
1 U1503 248.4*
8 1396 -672.2
MEP Infrastructure
10 1403 162.6* 17 487
4.3
Midas Infra Trade
1 U1503
12.2
1
3
-0.0
Pratibha Industries
2 U1503
20.2 74 2405 62.4
RattanIndia Infra
2 U1503 276.5*
5
0
0.6
Unity Infraprojects
2 U1503 20.8* 49 771 -340.1
54 IRON AND STEEL
IND. COMPOSITE
11497
243474 7151
Adhunik Industries
10 U1503
46.8 22 411 10.8
Adhunik Metaliks
10 1406 123.5 55 1691
0.3
APL Apollo Tubes
10 U1503
23.4 152 2017 31.5
Balasore Alloys
5 U1503
35.4 55 857 29.2
Bhushan Steel Ltd.
2 U1503
45.3 344 10646 -1253.8
Electrosteel Steels
10 U1503 2409.2
5 1831 -624.0
Gallantt Ispat Ltd.
10 U1503 38.5* 63 563 27.1
Gallantt Metal
10 U1503
81.3 35 722 33.9
*Gandhi Special
5 1503
7.3 109
92 15.8
Godawari Power & Isp 10 U1503
32.8 252 1935 62.1
*Good Luck Steel
2 U1503
4.4 79 1088 29.2
India Steel Works Lt
1 U1503
39.8
2 518
2.1
ISMT Ltd.
5 U1503
73.3
6 1505 -221.0
Jai Corp Ltd.
1 U1503
17.8 121 684 58.4
Jindal Saw
2 U1503 60.9* 136 6601 262.5
Jindal St & Pwr
1 U1503
91.5 139 13390 -310.7
Jindal Stainless
2 U1503
45.3 -24 12802 -724.8
*JSW Steel
10 1503 241.7 1030 46087 2166.5
Kalyani Steel
5 U1503
21.8 110 1227 83.3
Kamdhenu Ispat
10 U1503
23.4 44 968
8.0
*Kirloskar Ferrou
5 1503
68.7 33 1365 49.3
Maha. Seamless
5 U1503
33.5 348 1355 122.6
Man Industries I
5 U1503
28.6 126 1364 53.6

LATEST QTR.

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

Sales (` Cr)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

48
254
55.00
90/40 267
201
175.80
239/165 362 13.4
197
101.50
170/91 994
131
113.90
145/102 241
180 1385.00 2179/1100 178 19.5
196
12.00
24/8 454
636
208.80
263/146 681 25.7
6330
110.75
131/90 6474 65.5
151
94.50
125/60 145 11.3
227
127.30
127/101 227
158
18.25
25/15 163
945
20.25
28/17 4018
1790
208.70
330/109 1498 52.1
7792
96.50
127/80 10064
139
57.50
89/50 352
258
197.00
201/100 254 14.7
2545
286.70
320/232 2535 32.2
404
22.60
29/18 690
120
44.10
56/32 133 13.4
226
128.90
145/110 276
144
258.00
365/180 143 30.3
655
139.40
219/128 642 69.3
2365
262.40
279/128 2356
451
71.85
128/60 734
211
72.05
170/39 307
675 168.40XB
176/147 685 33.7

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

33
586 9.2
89185 32.7
1429
11986
254 17.0
649
6529
1155
117
1167 6.5
343
1497
-

779
1746
1424
412
33252
9191
1742
300
365
1314
486
169
1214
1074
5319
29297
11811
44723
652
178
959
1240
911

35

8
63.4
34.1
4.1
83.9
5.6
23.2
4.2
7.5
18.7
7.4
9.6
5.8
12.8
18.0
10.3
9.9

Updated Information

36

DSIJ.in

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

Trailing P/E Ratio

264
114
532
504
159
115
637
670
220
108
2651
382
184
877
24040
185
326
105
581
267
844
27612
592
620
536
549
200
3416

40.10
12.99
37.65
37.55
35.90
65.00
236.00
55.70
125.70
10.91
567.30
106.10
36.15
220.50
58.20
35.70
18.10
54.50
132.50
105.40
548.35
284.30
187.90
20.35
37.70
4.15
18.20
129.80

144/27
30/12
64/31
41/16
66/27
67/41
259/116
68/34
176/107
24/8
806/400
403/105
50/32
227/41
92/57
68/29
34/16
104/42
147/83
177/89
1204/491
574/279
285/155
47/16
86/31
9/4
26/14
141/52

6538
1053
2343
1852
270
115
754
771
460
3771
2680
803
711
1230
45450
475
668
219
1507
448
575
52777
668
3926
3143
1756
2510
5470

31.4
15.6
15.4
6.8
7.1
10.6
11.5
32.2
13.4
15.2
10.7
3.2
9.2
4.3
8.5
17.4
-

(17/07/15)

24.01 23.8
0.28 11.2
5.22 43.3
3.51
9.6
0.19 33.9
0.00
0.6
0.05
5.4
22.24 37.2
7.37
2.9
34.11 32.1
12.86
8.9
7.09 13.9
19.69 16.2
2.11 20.4
21.40 380.1
0.57
6.9
0.13 68.5
0.00
2.0
0.09 21.7
2.52 50.3
11.35 31.9
41.08 1001.9
3.31 12.1
25.73 49.1
27.59 27.9
15.89 151.6
10.52 18.7
13.83 59.0

CMP (`)

NP Growth (%)

52-Week
High/Low

48.58 0
71.89 0
71.45 18
75.00 40
49.41 0
50.04 0
29.04 7
36.35 7
67.01 19
21.20 100
59.96 0
71.33 0
36.95 0
50.78 0
74.99 0
54.99 86
49.06 0
71.81 0
63.32 34
50.09 0
54.50 0
31.35 9
74.97 0
42.11 0
60.87 0
46.11 49
75.00 83
40.62 0

Market Cap
(` Cr)

3
-

MARKET RELATED DATA

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

-33.1
-

Inst. Stake (%)

52
5
17
154
-34
-74
-38
2
15
-42
41
17
1
5
3
22
17
5
-8
-4
15
6
12
21
25
-18
-4
-14

Prom. Stake (%)

1.3
-

Sales
(` Cr)

Year / Months

-492.3
12.8
-4.1
-57.2
7.1
0.0
-10.9 1412N
9.0
-3.7
-240.9
32.3
6.2
5.0
30.4
334.2
1.0
17.8
1.9
16.5
10.5
8.6
814.1
12.6
-139.8
9.6
-14.4
-119.5
77.3
-

Pledged (%)

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

NP (` Cr)

-795.9 -120.9
- 2.5 -42.6 1503 703.7
-102.6 -11.6
- 1.4 -17.7 1503 240.7
1.6
0.1
- 4.1
0.1 1503 659.6
-56.2 -4.2
- 2.6 -10.7 1503 127.2
-2.1 -0.5
- 0.5
-0.8 1503 64.8
0.0
0.0
- 0.0
0.7 1503
0.0
-41.3 -15.3
- 0.0 -37.1 1412
0.4
21.3
1.8
- 0.4
6.3 1503 234.3
14.1
8.0 0.50 1.4
7.3 1503 360.0
-477.6 -48.3
- 18.9 205.6 1503 31.4
172.5 36.9 5.50 0.1
18.4 1503 374.9
55.8 15.5 3.00 0.5
5.4 1503 329.2
25.8
5.1
- 4.2
12.6 1503 207.8
83.0 20.9 3.00 1.8
26.9 1503 301.4
2092.7
5.1 2.00 0.6
4.7 1503 11585.1
28.5
5.5
- 1.1
8.3 1503 415.2
24.4
1.4
- 0.8
4.5 1503 400.9
6.9
3.6 1.50 1.5
8.1 1503 45.2
54.1 12.3 1.00 1.2
6.5 1503 785.4
83.7 33.1
- 52.8
93.7 1503 285.8
91.9 59.7 10.00 0.0
11.3 1503 160.3
6439.1 66.3 8.00 0.4
9.5 1503 10634.9
69.9 22.2 5.00 0.2
11.5 1503 211.5
-292.4 -9.6
- 2.8 -24.4 1503 982.0
30.7
2.2
- 2.1
2.3 1503 2054.1
-31.3 -0.2
- 5.7
-8.8 1503 1253.3
-241.4 -21.9
- 6.3 -192.3 1503 192.5
-15.7 -0.6 0.50 1.1
-0.8 1503 1782.9

NP
(` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)

RONW (%)

DERatio

Div (`)

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Sales (` Cr)

284 3212
66 1092
33 2820
39 1013
56 260
2
2
-3
0
26 828
111 1072
-23 149
201 1676
289 1379
40 980
78 1084
108 45711
66 1565
30 1757
44 248
189 2857
35 1099
529 790
696 41785
192 789
39 3746
92 6977
3 4992
11 922
74 4949

LATEST QTR.

Sales Growth (%)

Monnet Ispat & Energ


10 U1503
65.8
MSP Steel & Power Lt 10 U1503
88.1
Mukand Ltd.
10 U1503 141.4
OCL Iron & Steel
1 U1503
13.4
Oil Country Tub.
10 1503
44.3
Omansh Enterprises
2 U1503
3.5
Orissa Sponge Iron &
10 1403
27.0
Pennar Industrie
5 U1503
60.2
Prakash Steelage Ltd
10 U1503
17.5
PSL Ltd.
10 U1503
98.9
Ratnamani Metals
2 U1503
9.3
Sarda Energy & Miner 10 U1503 36.0*
Sathavahana Ispa
10 U1503
50.9
Srikalahasthi Pipes
10 U1503
39.8
Steel Authority
10 U1503 4130.5
Steel ExchangeIndia
10 U1503
52.0
Sunflag Iron
10 U1503 180.2
*Suraj
10 1503
19.3
Surya Roshni Ltd
10 U1503
43.8
Tata Metaliks
10 U1503
25.3
Tata Sponge Iron
10 U1503
15.4
Tata Steel
10 U1503 971.2
Technocraft Industri
10 U1503
31.5
*Usha Martin Ltd.
1 1503
30.5
Uttam Galva Steels
10 U1503 142.3
Uttam Value Steels
10 U1503 1322.9*
Visa Steel
10 U1503 110.0
Welspun Corp
5 U1503 131.6
55 LAMINATES
IND. COMPOSITE
83
Century Plyboard
1 U1503 22.3*
Greenlam Industries
5 U1503
12.1
Greenply Industr
5 U1503
12.1
Oriental Veneer
10 U1503
5.4
Rushil Decor Ltd.
10 U1503
14.4
Uniply Industries
10 U1503
17.3
56 LEATHER
IND. COMPOSITE
160
*Bata India
10 1503
64.3
Bhartiya Interna
10 U1503
11.2
Liberty Shoes Li
10 U1503
17.0
Mirza International
2 U1503
18.5
Relaxo Footwears
1 U1503 12.0*
Sreeleathers Ltd.
10 U1503
25.2
Superhouse Ltd.
10 U1503 11.4*
57 LOGISTICS
IND. COMPOSITE
436
ABG Infralogistics
10 U1503
12.0
*Aegis Logistics Ltd.
10 1503
33.4
*Allcargo Logistics
2 1503
25.2
*Arshiya
2 U1503 26.4*
Chartered Logistics
1 U1503
9.9
Patel Integrated Log
10 U1503
15.2
Sical Logistics
10 U1503
55.6
Snowman Logistics Lt 10 U1503 167.1*
VRL Logistics Ltd.
10 U1503 91.2*
58 LUBRICANTS
IND. COMPOSITE
268
Castrol India
5 1412 247.3
Gulf Oil Corporation
2 U1503
9.9
Gulf Oil Lubricants
2 U1503
9.9
*Tide Water Oil
10 1503
0.9
59 MEDIA - PRINT
IND. COMPOSITE
472
*DB Corp Ltd.
10 1503 183.7
DIC India
10 1412
9.2
Hindustan Media Vent 10 U1503
73.4
*HT Media
2 U1503 46.9*
Jagran Prakashan
2 U1503
65.4
MPS Ltd.
10 1503
18.6
Navneet Educaton
2 U1503
47.6
Repro India Ltd.
10 U1503
10.9
Sandesh
10 U1503
7.6
*TCPL Packaging
10 1503
8.7
60 MEDICAL - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE
264
Opto Circuits India
10 U1503 242.3
Poly Medicure Lt
5 U1503
22.1
61 METAL - NON-FERROUS
IND. COMPOSITE
1459
Arcotech Ltd.
10 U1503
21.0
*Gravita India Ltd.
2 1503
13.7

Bk Val (`)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

Latest Qtr. Year

Databank

4437
13 1565
16 845
292 1564
40
81
52 276
9 107

302
150.8
26.6
121.8
3.2
-0.6
0.4

6.8
11.0
50.5
5.9
-0.4
0.2

2.00
0.50
3.00
-

1.5
0.0
0.9
1.9
1.7
3.6

51.8
68.8
17.3
14.5
-0.9
1.4

1503 409.2
1503 231.2
1506 380.8
1503 21.2
1503 72.6
1503 22.8

48.0
4.7
26.7 1506Q 380.8
1.7
3.1
3.1
-

23
-26
8
8
-26

26.7
-

-12
-

73.33
55.03
54.99
54.21
55.91
36.07

9 11.94
0 19.90
0 21.03
0 0.00
0 5.85
0 0.08

22.2
4.2
5.1
0.3
2.1
5.7

4291
780
2319
335
98
163

192.85
323.10
960.95
621.00
67.95
94.35

25
262/78 4719 28.5
575/301 780
1277/699 2858 17.1
650/70 342 105.9
82/42 220
107/5 217
-

6821
155 2694
143 424
91 526
36 919
32 1481
78
67
172 711

457
231.2
14.1
17.1
51.2
103.0
8.4
32.5

28.8
12.5
10.0
5.5
8.6
3.4
28.4

6.50
1.00
1.50
0.50
1.00
1.50

0.0
1.0
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.0
0.8

22.6
8.7
11.0
15.1
27.1
4.3
16.6

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

491.3
92.0
134.6
217.9
440.5
14.7
168.1

58.4
2.2
7.0
12.3
42.7
3.1
5.2

10
28
23
30
24
18
12

52.95
46.05
64.92
65.96
75.00
63.78
54.88

0 29.22
0 6.97
0 0.20
0 0.17
0 3.75
0 0.00
0 0.06

90.4
5.7
15.3
23.6
6.5
1.1
32.7

7787 1211.70
606
540.40
417
244.60
998
107.65
6140 511.60XB
574
228.00
235
206.10

36
1495/942 7577 40.6
548/320 735 43.1
351/196 520 24.4
110/30 1181 19.5
573/185 6297 59.6
291/180 568 67.9
296/138 367 7.2

4820
100
166
72 -13.7 -11.4
121 345 107.8 32.3
102 1138 97.5
7.7
43
51 -244.0 -18.5
3 175
3.6
0.4
63 588
6.0
3.9
83 578 27.2
4.9
16 203 24.7
1.5
34 1671 91.2 10.0

7.50
2.00
0.50
0.50
-

0.9
0.2
0.2
2.6
4.1
0.4
0.9
0.6
1.2

-6.9
26.7
7.6
-42.6
14.1
6.2
5.9
9.4
29.2

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

22.0
87.4
294.4
14.3
72.0
133.8
131.9
53.8
397.4

-1.5
11.9
26.6
-62.6
-0.8
2.3
16.6
14.3
19.4

-21
-8
15
-84
-19
23
8
-

64.62 0
62.93 0
69.92 0
69.34 84
57.48 0
45.51 13
69.30 46
40.35 0
- 0

9.59
8.73
5.92
1.73
0.00
0.36
0.49
5.31
0.00

4.5
22.6
13.9
11.6
1.3
17.9
39.8
44.1
-

274
2789
3658
503
97
154
912
1794
3169

754
474.6
9.6 7.50 0.0
30.7
6.2 2.00 0.4
77.4 15.6 5.50 441.0
171.2 1964.6 350.00 0.0

95.5
2.6
88.7
33.1

1503 799.2 146.7 1503Q 799.2


1503 29.7
3.0
1503 263.8 21.7
1503 246.2 43.3
-

-2
-88
8

146.7
-

46
-

13.80
13.70
18.18
11.23

93.9
53.6
55.1
12.0

1061
317.0 17.3 7.75
-30.9 -33.7
140.9 19.2 1.20
113.7
4.8 0.40
223.5
6.8 3.50
58.7 31.5 22.00
129.3
5.4 2.20
19.7 18.1 10.00
57.0 75.4 4.00
32.2 37.0 6.00

0.1
0.1
0.0
0.3
0.5
0.0
0.5
0.9
0.1
1.4

24.6
-11.9
18.8
8.1
19.0
23.1
20.6
8.7
12.4
28.3

1506
1503
1506
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

473.3
173.5
223.7
352.4
397.2
48.2
183.4
109.7
86.6
129.0

67.1
5.7
41.7
4.4
49.7
11.7
15.7
2.0
17.4
8.7

1506Q
1503Q
1506Q
1506Q
-

473.3
173.5
223.7
352.4
-

-3
-2
6
6
6
10
15
-9
10
29

67.1
5.7
41.7
4.4
-

-15
123
23
-75
-

69.94 38 26.26
71.75 0 0.10
74.91 0 17.94
69.50 0 22.80
60.75 0 28.44
67.77 0 10.25
61.79 0 21.68
69.61 0 2.25
74.81 0 0.00
58.42 0 0.04

10.7
7.6
8.0
25.3
32.0
8.8
22.8
6.4
3.7
5.6

5782
466
1843
2146
4307
1696
2568
558
426
514

314.75
507.80
251.10
91.50
131.75
911.25
107.80
511.50
562.25
590.25

96.0
3.4

509
2061

21.00
467.30

22
36/18 1378
599/216 2096 33.8

6.7
5.7

721
222

343.50
32.55

413/319
97/26

5425
10 3392
97 109
18 967
5932 956
9065
70 2009
284 722
102 819
60 1453
36 1662
136 203
26 959
209 395
604 345
131 498

53
47

81
13

515 -140
141 -201.5
374 61.0
18588
656
334

8339
33.8
5.1

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

71.03
64.94
64.94
26.21

0
0
0
0

-8.3
13.8

2.50

0.6
0.3

-15.6 1503
29.7 1503

35.0
97.9

-13.4
12.1

-52
20

- 28.27
- 48.62

0 17.70
0 7.66

16.1
0.7

1.00
0.20

1.5
0.9

19.9 1503 195.5


5.7 1503 75.5

9.8
1.7

16
16

- 74.97
- 73.33

0
0

9.96
7.41

229.20
835.05
290.20
38.15
9.80
101.60
164.00
107.40
347.30

274/59
891/269
379/215
59/15
21/7
158/31
202/93
135/75
371/261

463
2829
3864
1966
181
178
1202
1909
3516

35
25.9
37.5
25.8
33.6
72.5
-

37
23818
481.60
544/325 23387 45.7
782
157.80
188/121 854 25.5
2396
483.25
565/221 2414 30.9
1386 15909.00 19680/10305 1227 8.1

423/303
625/330
260/152
145/87
154/106
1096/343
120/79
610/183
629/325
620/155

5704
501
1837
2470
4731
1684
2790
723
444
664

18
19.0
12.4
21.4
19.3
28.9
19.9
28.2
7.4
16.0

9
913 21.4
303
-

0
0
0
0

7.49
3.93
0.00
0.15

62.5
56.7
9.0
47.2

5685
69274
145
647

1.8
0.0
0.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.3
1.4
1.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.5
1.0

-5.7
46.2
9.4
44.9
57.1
14.9
-24.6
-1.8
1.4
12.0
17.6
2.1
6.0
5.7

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

74.6
139.7
73.5
181.8
0.0
400.5
110.7
341.9
403.2
161.4
2828.6
0.0
796.2
8030.9

9
14
48
32
-82
22
-68
4
-5
-9
17
-100
102
25

52.43
48.66
70.40
79.64
41.63
74.00
42.50
44.62
55.73
80.00
80.00
50.01
72.71
59.52

60
69
0
0
0
0
66
0
0
0
0
0
68
0

0.00
18.30
0.00
17.76
2.22
17.57
15.56
0.00
10.84
10.64
16.54
17.97
2.53
23.00

0.9
2.0
0.0
0.6
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.9
6.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.4
0.2
0.0
0.6
0.0
1.2
0.0
0.3
0.4
0.9
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.1
1.8
0.5
0.3
0.0
0.7
0.5
0.2
0.1
0.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1

18.9
17.6
1.2
0.4
2.9
10.2
4.2
4.2
-56.9
1.6
-10.5
11.7
16.2
19.9
11.7
5.0
12.3
2.1
0.1
0.1
15.4
0.4
9.8
19.9
27.7
0.3
8.5
0.3
27.8
19.1
7.6
-39.6
15.5
-7.4
5.1
6.6
13.5
9.2
0.5
4.0
23.5

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1403
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503

960.3 554.5
- -15
277.0 18.4
10
7.5
0.1
- 3855
0.0
-7.6
- -51
15.7
4.0
16
97.5 12.0
15
46.6
0.9
- -23
191.4 40.8
-4
23.5
-3.0
22
47.3
0.6
-5
782.1 -60.2
19
111.4
9.0
12
87.3
6.0
1
916.8 95.9
-6
173.3 82.2
19
29.4
1.0
- -38
46.5
4.9
6
1548.6 82.6
-2
1.5
-0.3
- 127
6.2
-3.1
-7
92.6
3.8
2
372.1 14.4 1503Q 372.1
7
18.6
-0.3
10
12.0
1.3
30
108.4 12.9
15
42.2
2.0
3
24.7
-1.8
- -96
499.9 30.3
289.6 27.6
16
14.6
1.3
19
42.7
-9.4
-9
64.3 16.9
25
8.0
0.4
- -46
83.0
-2.2
15
89.1
1.7
21
165.0 15.6 1503Q 165.0
6
66.5
0.2
19
178.9
2.3
- -20
28.2
1.3 1506Q 28.2
-2
36.5
6.6
21

14.4
15.6
1.3
-

2983
-2
-32
-

56.26
68.85
9.57
51.27
60.51
48.11
62.79
78.56
74.94
54.78
43.38
32.86
71.29
45.00
43.80
37.39
61.69
28.68
26.71
5.51
60.42
74.99
75.00
62.73
69.61
26.88
47.38
71.31
72.37
72.90
59.04
67.12
43.31
51.06
74.77
56.40
55.56
42.12
24.89
37.54
70.98

30
0
0
0
0
42
0
0
0
0
77
29
0
0
0
0
0
33
75
22
0
0
0
40
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
26
0
2
0
0
50
0
0

37.19 317.4
0.06 13.6
0.00
0.3
2.76 47.8
8.87 14.3
38.89 27.4
12.70 12.4
9.82 49.5
0.00
0.2
2.91 10.6
18.47 30.0
55.40 33.9
3.48 19.5
36.26 56.2
39.54 14.1
38.81
1.8
0.00 14.1
43.51 135.2
0.00
0.8
15.98 69.6
0.00
6.3
16.89 18.9
0.91
2.4
2.21 13.1
6.21 11.4
3.83
0.4
3.28
9.2
0.00
4.5
0.00
1.7
18.82
6.8
0.00
2.1
7.28 87.5
21.38
9.0
7.19 14.7
14.26 31.6
19.05
4.8
27.16 11.9
0.01
3.3
0.60 45.9
0.09 10.0
11.10 27.8

11
19
-1
-13
27
-4
-9
5

513.9
-

23
-

-2.9
-3.2
11.0
9629.2
-1.2
235.0
-82.8
-15.9
13.2
102.5
1347.1
3.2
-1.9
573.8

NP Growth (%)

NP (` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)

0.1
16.5 1503 14292.1 3824.0
1.1
15.0 1503 8357.8 837.3
2.8 -134.7 1503 876.4 -595.1
0.0
1.2 1503 102.7
-1.3
0.0
11.4 1503 141.2 -47.8
1.0
-0.5 1503 2667.0 1538.0
0.1
6.9 1412 1065.3 120.2 1412N 3232.6
0.0
20.7 1503 746.0 -163.9
-

5.6
108
19.9
531
2.7
114
592.5 271509
19.8
269
53.1
2961
188.5
307
16.1
800
38.7
413
325.0
3983
195.8 45059
17.1
1493
7.9
197
365.9 43136

68186
252
623
273
292
4851
4920
1154
259
489
2799
3526
410
6469
10663
259
199
3413
469
224
254
3340
135
183
1117
483
405
228
1720
7293
94
10456
852
295
6171
1427
1423
224
145
192
1520

65.37 0 25.43 230.6 170229


42.25 0 29.15 233.1 65245
56.25 0 22.19 142.7
1254
46.66 0 7.53 36.7
1112
53.36 67 29.80 15.0
231
59.70 17 29.51 1657.7 17410
74.99 5 18.65 59.9 13411
74.89 35 0.91 404.5
1378

61.45
163.95
125.80
61.85

103/52 5285
190/153 65743 8.5
166/99 168 14.4
93/52 699 14.5

30.55
48/27 237
61.05
87/52 586
86.00
97/36 147
429.85
441/332 261691
45.50
57/19 269
93.10
162/92 2919
4.13
13/3 2987
20.75
40/13 1908
159.00
412/144 1291
237.10
325/237 1190
113.65
188/112 26402
2488.50 4552/1961 753
67.55
109/56 236
145.50
305/138 77557

16
6.2
20.3
5.9
34.5
9.3
7.0
84.4
13.9
22.4

34
329.25
358/244 76053 31.2
258.50
342/180 716 4.6
43.30
51/8 623
92.40
147/80 1889 22.7
160.80
179/91 298 30.1
286.50
366/221 5219 36.2
606.05
650/400 4924 196.0
412.20
491/341 2355 18.5
396.00
651/271 397
176.80
237/128 462
16.89
17/9 2804
324.25
459/225 3495 43.7
118.50
218/100 439 15.3
462.05
488/349 6539 14.8
885.55 1015/676 10363 55.0
38.35
46/14 304
249.40
325/218 195 10.8
73.80
110/55 6002 69.1
332.00
337/274 469
2.77
3/1 560
171.50
219/64 286 17.7
391.65
479/333 4535 164.7
481.30
655/366 122 22.4
39.10
46/13 169
93.00
120/79 1105 21.1
371.00
378/163 483
457.50
503/135 413 76.2
319.20
437/307 333 88.8
168.10
200/32 2100 19.3
4030.00 4324/1932 7484 67.6
80.00
84/21 102 22.0
441.75
598/159 10443
286.90
410/189 1002 19.8
118.45
122/35 335
226.20
257/113 6193 143.1
440.25
975/428 1476 47.6
701.25
842/601 1280 24.2
8.83XB
16/6 267
10.52
26/10 353
86.80
124/56 195 42.9
269.00
356/214 1520 30.0
15
443/334 178306 12.9
204/138 82858 23.2
36/15 15128
108/28 1097
5/3 819
139/55 47410
505/336 13829 21.0
13/6 7493
-

425.85
181.30
19.90
101.75
3.78
69.95
470.55
7.05

0.0

73.7 1503 147.6

0.8

- 1060

- 56.63 67

4.35

51.7

523

14.60

2.6

19.5 1503 628.1

41.5

45

- 73.60

2.95

13.6

3862

971.25

0.7

9.3 1503 168.0

11.9

- 47.04 20 21.91 143.3

1798

308.10

Trailing P/E Ratio

89.94
64.92
59.66
74.95

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

52-Week
High/Low

Market Cap
(` Cr)

(17/07/15)

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

-23
7
-8
-15

CMP (`)

Inst. Stake (%)

Pledged (%)

Prom. Stake (%)

256.5 26.6
4125.7 1997.4
207.8
1.9
254.2 12.4

Sales Growth (%)

1503
1503
1503
1503

Year / Months

3.6
18.9
4.7
7.7

NP
(` Cr)

0.0
0.0
0.2
0.2

Sales
(` Cr)

Latest Qtr. Year

MARKET RELATED DATA

RONW (%)

Hind. Copper
5 U1503 462.6 21 1016 67.6
0.7 0.15
Hind. Zinc
2 1503 845.1 103 14788 8178.0 19.4 4.40
Precision Wires
10 U1503
11.6 184 883 10.1
8.7 5.50
Tin Plate Co.
10 U1503 104.7 55 911 44.6
4.3 1.60
62 MINING/MINERALS
IND. COMPOSITE
8126
55082 22259
20 Microns Ltd.
5 U1503 17.6* 20 313
-4.1 -1.2
Ashapura Min. Lt
2 U1503
17.4 -31 749 -123.9 -14.2
Asso. Stone Indu
5 U1503
6.6 80 209 18.4 13.9 1.50
Coal India Ltd.
10 U1503 6316.4 47 387 13383.4 21.2 20.70
Deccan Gold Mines
1 U1503
5.9 -0
0
-1.6 -0.3
Guj. Mineral Dev
2 U1503
63.6 106 1419 500.3 15.7 3.00
Guj. NRE Coke
10 U1503 743.6* 18 379 -321.7 -4.3
Himadri Chem.&In
1 U1503
38.6 21 1378 -14.4 -0.4
Indian Metal & F
10 1503
26.0 332 1345 12.0
4.6 1.50
MOIL Ltd.
10 U1503 168.0 212 823 428.0 25.5 8.50
NMDC Ltd.
1 U1503 396.5 92 12356 6421.9 16.2 8.55
Orissa Minerals Deve
1 U1503
0.6 1394
0 17.7 29.5 4.43
Shirpur Gold Refine.
10 U1503
29.1 88 3221 15.4
5.3
Vedanta
1 1503 296.5 115 32502 1927.2
6.5 4.10
63 MISCELLANEOUS
IND. COMPOSITE
2684
25367 3678
Adani Ports & Speci
2 U1503 414.2 56 3909 2183.1 10.5 1.10
Anil Ltd.
10 U1503
9.8 319 933 54.9 56.2 2.00
Aplaya Creations
1 U1503
14.4
2
12
0.3
0.0
Binani Industrie
10 U1503
29.6 983
47 12.1
4.1 3.00
Career Point
10 U1503
18.1 184
63
9.7
5.4 1.00
Cox & Kings L
5 U1503
84.7 82 481 141.2
8.3 1.00
Dalmia Bharat
2 U1503
16.2 73 175 25.1
3.1 1.50
Dredging Corpora
10 U1503
28.0 531 735 62.4 22.3 3.00
Ellenbarrie Ind. Gas
10 U1503
6.5 23
89
-8.4 -12.8
*EPC Industrie Ltd.
10 1503
27.6 40 169
1.8
0.6
Future Consumer Ent.
6 U1503 994.3
5 1083 -93.7 -0.6
*Gateway Distriparks
10 1503 108.7 63 276 80.7
7.4 7.00
IFGL Refracto
10 U1503
34.6 48 335 26.9
7.8 2.00
Indraprastha Gas Ltd
10 U1503 140.0 157 3681 437.7 31.3 6.00
*Info Edge (India)
10 1503 120.4* 138 612 193.9 16.1 3.00
Intl. Coveyors
1 U1503
6.8 13
97
4.3
0.6 0.25
Intl. Travel Hou
10 U1503
8.0 188 181 18.4 23.0 4.25
Jain Irrigation
2 U1503 92.5* 51 4242 49.4
1.1 0.50
Jaisukh Dealers Ltd.
10 1403
14.1 11
9
0.0
0.0
Karuturi Global Ltd.
1 U1503
81.0 12
15
1.4
0.0
Linc Pen & Plast
10 U1503
14.8 63 318 14.3
9.7 2.50
Linde India
10 1412
85.3 163 1491
5.4
0.6 1.50
Morganite Crucible (
10 U1503
2.8 220
89
6.0 21.5 1.00
*Nicco Parks & Re
1 1503
4.7
5
43
4.6
1.0 0.30
Orient Refractories
1 U1503
12.0 16 451 52.8
4.4 1.40
Parnav Sports Academ 10 U1503
13.0 10
2
0.0
0.0
Premier Explos.
10 U1503
8.9 70 149
5.3
6.0 2.00
Riddhi Siddhi Gluco
10 U1503
7.1 1426
46
2.6
3.6 3.00
Skipper Ltd.
1 U1503
10.2 31 1313 89.2
8.7 1.30
Solar Industries Ind
10 U1503
18.1 311 1015 107.9 59.6 17.00
Somi Conveyor Beltin
10 U1503
11.8 43
75
4.3
3.6
*Sun Pharma Advanced 1 1503
23.7
4 156 -39.5 -1.7
Talwalkars Better Va
10 U1503 29.7* 93 201 43.0 14.5 1.50
Taneja Aerospace
5 U1503
12.5 41
32
-7.5 -3.0
Thomas Cook (I)
1 U1503 27.3* 24 501 33.2
1.0
Vaibhav Global Ltd.
10 1503 32.4* 140 404 30.0
9.3 2.40
Vesuvius India
10 1412
20.3 216 652 59.2 29.2 7.00
Vikas GlobalOne Ltd.
1 U1503 25.4*
2 213
3.8
0.1 0.05
Vikas WSP
1 U1503
13.7 104 786
6.5
0.5
*Vimta Labs Ltd.
2 U1503
4.4 57 107
5.1
2.3 1.00
Wonderla Holidays Lt
10 U1503
56.5 38 182 50.6
9.0 1.50
64 MOBILE PHONE SERVICE PROVIDER
IND. COMPOSITE
9882
109181 12659
Bharti Airtel
5 U1503 1998.7 200 55496 13200.5 33.0 3.85
Idea Cellular Ltd.
10 U1503 3598.7 52 31279 2809.8
7.8 0.60
MTNL
10 U1503 630.0 34 3400 -2893.4 -45.9
OnMobile Global Ltd.
10 U1503 109.3* 72 415
9.2
0.8 1.50
Quadrant Televenture
1 U1503
61.2 -34 521 -239.9 -3.9
RelianceCommu.Ltd
5 U1503 1244.5 126 10801 -154.0 -0.6
Tata Communications
10 1403 285.0 277 4376 542.4 19.0 4.50
Tata Teleservices (M
10 U1503 1954.9 -15 2893 -615.3 -3.1
65 NON CONVENTIONAL ENERGY - GENERATION/SUPPORT
IND. COMPOSITE
358
296
-78
Indosolar Ltd.
10 U1503 358.1 -3 296 -78.2 -2.2
66 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE
40
1638
34
Ricoh India Ltd.
10 U1503
39.8 44 1638 33.9
8.5 1.00
67 OIL DRILLING AND EXPLORATION
IND. COMPOSITE
8309
158775 23189
Aban Offshore
2 U1503
11.7 352 760 190.6 32.7 3.60

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

DERatio

LATEST QTR.

Div (`)

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

Sales (` Cr)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

20/5 1322

114
1072/161 4181 113.9

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

821/276 2717

37

14
9.4

Updated Information

38

DSIJ.in

1.4
0.5
0.7
1.3
1.3
1.2
0.9
0.0
0.2
0.6
0.0
0.8
0.1
0.9
0.0
2.3
0.6
0.4

-27.4
3.6
11.8
1.4
-53.7
5.2
3.0
11.5
10.9
1.3
10.9
10.5
1.4
4.7
-81.9
37.1
8.3
8.4

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

21965 2041
2527 186.3
11649 1327.4
3807 266.0
3549 271.7
433 -10.6

39.9 20.00
13.8 6.10
3.8 1.25
5.0 1.40
-5.6
-

0.0
0.0
0.2
0.0
1.6

18.0
31.4
20.6
17.0
-16.9

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

25
54
12
104
57
149
45
61
312
76
190
91

10778
452
521
289
1144
2159
379
291
559
1014
186
2136
1648

286
8.9
12.2
9.6
0.2
-12.7
23.5
20.3
24.4
17.3
13.5
167.7
1.1

0.2
2.0
0.4
0.1
-0.9
14.4
4.9
2.3
13.8
9.0
24.2
0.2

0.60
0.30
0.20
4.00
2.50
6.00
-

0.6
1.7
0.1
1.2
2.4
0.3
0.4
1.4
0.7
0.1
0.9
1.2

0.5
3.7
3.1
0.1
-1.6
9.7
11.1
3.8
4.4
11.9
12.8
0.2

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

170.5
127.5
82.3
297.3
581.9
161.5
81.0
139.3
311.5
46.5
703.1
400.2

112
67
580
268
88
322
158
154
130
22
217
12
179
33
41
68
82

19822
234
253
3723
439
790
1010
482
43
964
948
556
746
69
1940
1518
771
5335

1823
11.8
9.1 2.00
14.8
7.6 1.25
383.0 104.6 21.00
31.8 74.7 1.50
106.1 21.2 4.50
64.5 58.6 12.50
40.6 34.1 7.00
12.5
6.6 1.50
54.9 28.8 2.50
26.2
1.0 0.40
106.3 61.6 36.00
7.7
0.5 0.10
13.0 40.5 3.00
243.3 11.6 2.50
145.4
7.5 2.50
97.7 10.8 2.50
463.3 10.8 5.00

0.9
0.6
0.0
1.7
0.1
0.1
0.6
0.0
1.0
0.6
0.0
1.1
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.3

7.8
11.3
18.0
27.9
24.2
18.2
21.6
4.3
22.2
4.6
28.4
4.2
22.6
35.2
18.2
15.9
13.1

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

52.1
91.6
569.6
95.5
153.0
205.6
111.5
30.5
160.8
209.2
67.4
150.5
21.2
537.0
287.3
271.8
1287.7

1560
5.4
-5.9
37.7
47.8
410.4
44.0
56.7
882.5

0.5
1.1
1.9
0.8
0.3
0.0
0.3
0.6

2.8
-1.1
4.5
5.7
11.1
17.2
13.7
15.0

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

0.3
-0.3
10.8
3.9
7.3
2.6
3.5
11.8

0.10
4.00
2.00
1.20
0.50
1.00
2.00

90.5
173.4
183.7
208.5
45.4
297.1
221.4
283.0
612.9
0.3
38.8
549.3
16.7
246.8
58.0
43.0
370.4
780.9

11
-88
-

29.99
57.97
56.60
54.22
64.06
32.80
60.36
68.76
74.62
62.95
40.46
24.10
66.95
46.93
15.64
74.94
58.49
44.01

1
2
2
0
47
74
0
0
0
0
65
61
28
0
47
0
18
0

0.05
20.02
13.70
0.07
3.69
16.27
3.77
6.77
1.66
0.06
50.77
0.01
13.34
5.52
0.58
6.44
28.35
6.47

592.2 44.6
2887.0 339.8
926.8 70.7
807.8 60.4
102.8
-3.3

20.8
12.3
35.5
23.1
46.9
0.9
30.5
13.8
27.9
26.8
40.5
10.8
9.4
16.1
10.5
4.5
19.1
48.9

125
960
2369
253
117
630
280
2240
1178
303
14285
128
804
714
206
1261
1270
1016

6124
79177
14847
14098
260

NP (` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)
-

7
14
14
14
-8

72.96 0 10.62 45.9


52.79 13 26.83 162.9
74.96 0 12.00 58.3
69.26 0 15.83 22.5
62.35 0 4.63
9.0

3.4
-0.7
2.3
6.8
18.1
2.5
14.5
12.1
2.8
3.1
69.3
-22.1

-42
-3
5
29
22
21
-9
-3
38
-13
8

49.42 64 31.37
74.97 0 0.00
50.48 3 0.09
74.99 0 4.50
54.05 0 11.14
58.01 0 0.07
61.51 0 0.02
43.65 69 10.37
43.41 0 4.11
44.37 0 1.77
35.31 0 35.04
54.95 1 9.06

81.0
1.8
13.6
12.8
17.8
15.1
8.4
3.4
11.9
4.2
29.0
18.0

-1.6
2.8
43.4
5.5
21.9
1.7
11.4
6.9
6.2
1.5
-8.3
3.3
3.8
60.3
23.7
44.2
75.7

8
9
17
26
9
8
22
11
10
11
-3
14
14
14
1
7

52.73 0 0.51
55.29 54 6.03
68.95 0 19.42
74.75 0 0.00
74.98 0 11.06
24.72 8 9.39
46.91 0 8.57
63.69 0 0.00
74.68 0 10.62
50.39 0 0.97
72.14 0 5.81
74.81 0 0.00
66.79 0 0.67
58.37 0 27.09
50.09 0 21.67
74.99 0 19.54
29.80 8 57.95

9.6
11.4
21.1
4.3
10.5
11.9
13.5
7.2
10.8
55.5
18.8
9.5
11.4
8.9
29.1
20.6
51.3

149.5
1.1
364.6 17.6
644.4 28.6
784.6 27.7
238.7 67.1
196.7
8.9
190.1 17.1
7161.7 300.7

23
-8
-31
5
1
29
25
18

50.26 60 0.02 12.0


47.66 0 11.51 55.2
67.28 0 12.83 25.8
52.47 0 9.49 128.9
37.70 0 33.73 144.3
44.81 0 1.54 131.9
37.00 14 1.93 111.9
49.99 0 27.40 300.8

928
267
134
1253
506
115
128
758
262
121
1336
411

647/242 245
74/29 143
350/164 31639
237/84 279
551/354 54050
76/32 1224
282/150 498
7/4 199
669/420 24830
459/288 239449
667/216 354
110/9 245

16.2
24.2
15.5
11.9
10.6
14.1
16.5
-

52.95
299.70
150.80
27.00
10.89
253.00
119.90
308.00
280.10
46.20
535.85
33.70
51.20
223.10
32.80
100.85
60.45
140.70

108/40
569/121
153/98
32/15
20/8
290/202
194/80
334/150
364/169
138/38
544/292
46/15
71/29
319/177
54/26
110/55
63/42
181/110

23
31.6
41.9
31.9
16.1
33.7
8.2
26.6
36.5
2.8
35.8
1.7
64.1
18.1
7.2

52-Week
High/Low

18.3
1.1
-

429.10
47.65
170.70
122.30
371.90
41.00
167.60
4.56
442.35
292.50
285.50
9.45

(17/07/15)

-16
15
15
-0
-14
13
3
4
-3
-100
-31
26
-17
-2
325
-46
11
8

8.0
242
8.9
106
266.6 32004
12.7
205
164.1 47175
86.1
535
11.9
486
428.2
195
116.6 26591
538.2 250248
19.2
468
1.1
248

CMP (`)

-57.5
5.6
15.1
3.7
-30.0
6.1
4.8
18.3 1503Q 283.0
54.4
0.3
-8.3
22.1
0.9
5.9
19.3
1.5 1503N 153.4
25.7
45.2
-

Market Cap
(` Cr)

0.21
1.25
23.93
0.35
33.14
2.66
0.10
1.99
18.46
17.64
1.58
0.00

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

12
28
57
33
0
0
0
62
0
0
0
0

NP Growth (%)

41.72
56.34
59.88
54.82
56.10
47.18
63.71
40.10
67.64
68.93
41.26
34.27

Sales Growth (%)

Year / Months

NP
(` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)

RONW (%)

1.60
1.00
2.80
1.00
2.00
5.00
0.44
2.50
0.50
2.70

56412
7 601
25 1254
240 2774
67 2476
66 1065
15 733
26 719
78 39501

244
-89
-12
-76
-1
-24
-49
-8
-2
-6
5

Trailing P/E Ratio

221
44
19
30
32

0.1
23.7 1503 13.3
2.0
0.7 -35.6 1503
0.0
-4.7
0.0
3.6 1503 1443.7 -1044.1
0.4 -25.7 1503 23.9 -34.6
0.4
10.1 1503 14270.6 510.8
1.3 176.3 1503
6.5
-6.0
0.0
5.1 1503 116.5 11.9
0.0 -110.3 1503
0.0 -400.3
0.5
10.8 1503 2713.0 551.7
0.0
11.5 1503 21647.5 3935.1
0.0
10.1 1503
9.0
4.0
0.1
0.5 1503 49.6
-0.3

MARKET RELATED DATA


Entprise Value
(` Cr)

16107
873
336 -183.7 -78.0
773 30.4
9.5
755 56.5
3.6
896
3.8
0.4
180 -99.1 -9.3
1053 19.8
7.9
887 17.3
7.4
1135 64.6
8.9
2504 153.3 36.4
1
7.4
1.1
582 390.9 14.7
744 30.2
7.9
65
6.6
0.4
1052 19.9
6.2
112 118.4 18.8
363 24.7
2.0
1343 70.1
3.3
3327 142.0 19.7

Inst. Stake (%)

285
258
30
30
17
153
201
77
336
84
134
75
31
131
-23
5
40
234

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

Pledged (%)

112
64 14.9 26.4 2.00
21
1 -16.8 -7.5
198 7807 1320.0
7.0 9.00
103
67 -44.4 -26.4
237 56742 3039.2 24.0 6.00
-53
40 -1221.0 -93.6
274 445 40.7 14.1 0.50
9
0 -405.6 -9.5
386 9748 2510.2 41.8 20.00
181 82871 17733.0 20.7 9.50
171
79 28.3 17.3 5.00
1 151
0.1
0.0 0.00

DERatio

Div (`)

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Sales (` Cr)

LATEST QTR.

Prom. Stake (%)

Alpha Geo (India


10 U1503
5.6
Asian Oilfield S
10 U1503
22.3
Cairn India Ltd.
10 1503 1874.9
Dolphin Offshore Ent
10 U1503
16.8
GAIL (India) Ltd.
10 U1503 1268.5
Hind. Oil Explor
10 U1503 130.5
Jindal Drilling
5 U1503
14.5
Nagarjuna Oil Refine
1 U1503
42.8
Oil India Ltd.
10 U1503 601.1
ONGC
5 U1503 4277.7
*Selan Exploratio
10 1503
16.4
Trinity Tradelink
1 U1503
26.3
68 PACKAGING
IND. COMPOSITE
609
Bilcare Ltd.
10 U1503
23.5
Ess Dee Aluminium Lt 10 U1503
32.0
Essel Propack Ltd.
2 1503
31.4
Ester India
5 U1503 46.8*
*Everest Kanto Cylind
2 U1503
21.4
Flexituff Internatio
10 U1503
24.9
Garware Poly.
10 U1503
23.3
Huhtamaki PPL
2 1412
14.5
Jindal Poly Films
10 U1503
42.0
Manaksia Ltd.
2 U1503
13.1
Max India Ltd.
2 U1503
53.3
Neo Corp Internation
10 U1503
38.0
Oricon Enterprises L
2 U1503
31.4
Polyplex Corpn.
10 U1503
32.0
Radha Madhav Corpora 10 U1503
62.8
Rollatainers Ltd
2 1406 25.0*
Time Technoplast Ltd
1 U1503
21.0
Uflex Ltd.
10 1503
72.2
69 PAINTS/VARNISHES
IND. COMPOSITE
270
Akzo Nobel India Ltd
10 U1503
46.7
Asian Paints Ltd.
1 1503
95.9
*Berger Paints I
1 1503
69.3
Kansai Nerolac Paint
1 1503
53.9
Shalimar Paints
2 U1503
3.8*
70 PAPER
IND. COMPOSITE
501
Ballarpur Ind.
2 U1503 131.1
Emami Paper Mill
2 U1503
12.1
Genus Paper & Boards
1 U1503
25.7
International Paper
10 U1503
39.8
JK Paper Ltd.
10 U1503 136.6
Metroglobal
10 U1503
16.3
Pudumjee Pulp
2 U1503
8.2
Rainbow Papers
2 U1503
21.2
*Seshasayee Paper
10 1503
12.6
South India Pape
10 U1503
15.0
T Nadu Newsprint
10 U1503
69.2
*West Coast Paper
2 1503
13.2
71 PESTICIDES/AGRO CHEMICALS
IND. COMPOSITE
411
Aries Agro Ltd.
10 U1503
13.0
Astec Lifesciences L
10 U1503
19.5
BayerCropscience
10 U1503
36.6
Bharat Rasayan
10 U1503
4.2
Dhanuka Agritech Ltd
2 U1503
10.0
Excel Crop Care Ltd.
5 U1503
5.5
Excel Industries
5 U1503
6.0
GeeCee Ventures
10 U1503
19.0
Insecticides (India)
10 U1503 19.0*
*Meghmani Organics Lt 1 1503
25.4
*Monsanto India
10 1503
17.3
Nagarjuna Agrich
1 U1503
15.6
*Paushak Ltd.
10 1503
3.2
PI Industries
1 U1503 21.0*
Rallis India
1 1503
19.4
Sharda Cropchem
10 U1503
90.2
*UPL
2 1503
85.7
72 PETROCHEM
IND. COMPOSITE
1946
Bhansali Engg.Po
1 U1503
16.6
DCW Ltd.
2 U1503
42.7
Dhunseri Petrochem L 10 U1503 35.0*
Finolex Industri
10 U1503 124.1
GujaratStatePetronet
10 U1503 563.1
Manali Petrochem
5 U1503
86.0
*NOCIL Ltd.
10 1503 160.8
PetronetLNG
10 U1503 750.0

Bk Val (`)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

Latest Qtr. Year

Databank

1327
1335
2684
577
460
1052
535
2245
1419
602
14431
300
833
1049
329
1395
1668
1584

55
1312.50 1550/1000 6052 29.7
825.45
923/579 79147 59.6
214.15
253/144 14994 55.8
261.60
268/153 14106 51.9
137.50
190/84 366
-

14.15
44.10
5.20
315.00
37.05
70.25
31.30
71.40
207.80
80.45
193.10
62.20

21/12
60/33
6/2
395/221
39/29
83/46
37/13
87/65
288/175
85/40
196/112
71/48

17
1799
589 21.9
165
1736
2406
131 4.9
196 6.3
1596 31.0
535 15.1
130 8.9
2412 8.0
1095
-

40
168
129.30
164/75 277 14.2
503
258.60
271/54 572 34.1
14526 3966.90 4234/1755 14040 37.9
511 1203.25 1467/380 650 16.1
3017
603.25
710/392 3055 28.4
1057
960.50 1350/735 1078 16.4
380
319.10
422/178 466 9.4
165
86.85
90/33
83 13.2
1083 569.25XB
635/268 1317 19.7
562
22.10
31/11 882 21.4
5335 3090.25 3756/1700 5328 50.2
330
21.15
23/7 507
265
827.00
890/168 265 20.4
14081
669.15
786/345 14130 57.9
4924
253.20
299/201 4981 33.9
3126
346.45
409/218 3110 32.0
22881
533.85
575/297 23983 49.4

307
427
303
3369
7370
446
855
14224

18.50
20.00
86.50
271.45
130.90
25.95
53.20
189.65

24/13
31/15
188/43
348/248
137/80
28/11
55/22
222/160

352
1026
1611
4004
7908
423
977
15887

19
7.1
70.5
18.0
10.1
15.1
16.1

18.9
49.8
84.3
4.1
4.3
67.1
5.9
5.0
-158.0
38.1
337.0
-2.3
47.8
6.5
2.3
347.1
10.6
213.9
3.8
2.6
0.5
22.1
228.9
571.4
-51.2
33.9
0.6
-0.2
102.8
670.4
28.5
0.7
4.1
10.2
-70.9
18.8
7.8
25.7
2.2
-206.9
7.8
-6.4
1.9
407.7
-0.4
12.3
9.6
-3.7
65.1
16.7
5.7
2.9
51.9
3.3
-148.0
-31.4
42.7
72.7
-0.8
-12.4
4.7
64.5
-20.3
-48.8
6.9
23.5
10.3
-90.3
69.7
-78.0
16.9
1.7
0.4
103.0
4.6
28.8

1503N
1503N
1503N
1503Q
1412N
1503Q
1503N
1503Q
1506Q

29.7
172.7
144.1
64.1
198.8
123.5
488.9
692.0
102.1
309.1

0 0.00
0 14.62
0 0.00
0 7.42
0 0.21

221.00
615.50
306.10
681.50
98.50

17
- 60.09 0 2.13 12.4
1648 680.65XB
283
- 74.98 0 8.46 19.5
8684 4086.70
24
- 73.78 2 9.95 24.1 14727 1673.50CB
17
- 60.93 0 4.54
8.1
208
363.80
-7
- 63.98 0 4.78 56.3
1214
45.45
10
- 74.12 0 12.27 48.6 14293
758.20
19
- 50.46 0 1.89 17.8
644
440.70
12
- 64.98 0 0.00
5.4
830 994.00CB
-93
- 3.57 100 0.30 70.9
119
17.51
-3
- 75.00 0 15.68 13.0
2969 1187.60
19
- 53.91 5 35.74 77.7 44396 1520.50CB
24
- 59.25 0 0.00 17.2
140
32.50
2
- 61.02 0 19.90 112.9
9535
476.75
5
- 64.94 0 4.72 12.2
1905
184.70
-7
- 60.61 0 0.10
9.4
111
68.75
30
- 74.79 0 14.94 49.3 40602 1983.00
43
28.2
51 67.81 0 1.80 16.7
1906 1261.50
5
- 36.79 0 35.17 164.1 54964
684.40
4
- 60.99 18 25.54 17.6
1373
251.60
12
- 71.56 0 0.00
3.1
178
498.60
-18
- 62.59 0 0.00
4.7
163
709.00
1
- 61.40 30 18.20 42.8
1409
174.65
28
- 52.08 0 33.84 29.8 26253 1977.85
3
- 25.48 0 44.29 74.6 66175 3879.90
-63 -171.1
-86 25.23 85 26.29 29.2
246
119.80
3
- 68.88 0 13.68 21.7
2986
167.90
39
- 66.43 0 0.09
2.1
211
70.40
177
- 74.95 0 2.55
3.8
905 2320.00
6
- 74.99 0 11.49 96.9 28916 3413.85
21
- 46.44 0 42.69 60.6 30799 1091.55
26
- 48.46 11 3.05 37.1
2005
97.80
35
- 69.97 0 0.00 12.9
148
19.10
41
- 53.81 0 1.79
4.1
668
785.00
9
- 68.76 0 14.50
6.5
1094
133.10
-31
- 52.62 100 3.82 20.8
144
35.15
18
- 59.24 0 19.28 14.3
3462
375.70
-1
- 45.89 1 34.35 61.1
8946
708.90
11
- 55.77 0 7.17 29.9
2280
268.85
12
- 46.34 0 0.00
6.8
205
441.50
-9
- 54.02 13 17.73 28.0
3443
216.15
-0
- 42.07 19 2.77 31.1
245
59.70
-72
- 22.43 79 0.01
6.2
125
101.05
14
- 36.54 0 0.00
8.6
145
89.00
17
- 46.59 0 43.57 128.9 88834 1974.60
260
1.1
132 23.29 40 0.02 16.5
154
71.25
34
- 48.24 0 14.46 54.7
3655
89.30
3
9.6
170 51.80 0 18.47 29.7
1361
819.75
14
- 34.54 0 17.28 122.2
583
12.95
15
- 53.75 0 15.01 31.4
8180 2425.20
4
- 44.35 56 14.50 28.7
812
36.20
-8
- 51.73 4 3.70
7.1
433
487.70
9
- 62.85 0 0.00
3.2
136
220.80
1
- 74.99 0 2.37 43.9
2790
872.85
11
- 35.00 0 0.03
6.2
234
209.30
254
- 44.04 92 5.27 83.0
551
64.65
35
- 74.46 35 1.91 10.4
940
153.50
66
- 63.92 0 12.36 85.2
9647 2108.80
12
- 52.84 0 30.87 89.7 16840
975.85
109
- 57.53 0 4.46 58.8
112
43.05
-33 -30.4 -1205 71.68 86 9.88 15.0
100
29.35
-4
- 66.78 0 0.90 13.4
338
204.60
10
64.5
25 60.39 0 29.50 16.2
8158 3542.10
-1
- 69.02 8 10.08
3.2
3279
794.75
-28 -134.1 -372 61.68 6 6.07 20.5
207 17.39XB
24
- 39.48 13 25.71 20.3
2366
393.60
12
- 53.05 0 14.86
9.5
3582
929.20
19
- 63.91 0 0.41
9.5
517
610.75
-46 -90.3
13 33.39 56 8.54 33.2
174
6.39
296
- 27.65 0 45.96 54.4
7816 1310.80
-12
- 63.56 1 24.45 168.1 227732
946.35
8
- 59.44 0 7.48 55.7
3412
268.05
20
- 62.88 0 0.09 11.8
607
7.78
-10
- 71.50 0 0.26
4.3
141
166.20
7
- 71.24 0 19.01 31.7 22579 1334.30
18
- 65.42 0 9.43 12.1
770
992.00
6
28.8
-5 50.13 0 18.61 21.5
2359
259.70

Trailing P/E Ratio

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

52-Week
High/Low

221
899
893
1198
951

(17/07/15)

0.8
9.0
1.1
12.0
49.7

CMP (`)

72.11
71.58
73.35
74.99
60.84

Market Cap
(` Cr)

-312

MARKET RELATED DATA

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

-27.7

Inst. Stake (%)

125
-6
10
16
23

Pledged (%)

278.4
600.7
368.8
70.7
34.0
493.8
48.7
70.9
176.2
168.6
2038.4
23.5
583.4
68.6
23.5
1454.0
60.9
2701.5
134.1
18.7
3.9
160.5
817.1
2688.7
24.4
216.5
0.9
46.5
620.3
3118.7
317.2
35.5
23.4
213.5
158.5
209.9
627.9
255.1
22.4
724.3
107.8
0.0
61.2
2165.4
18.6
94.8
198.8
85.4
175.8
423.6
133.0
25.2
207.6
18.3
304.8
222.1
463.1
670.0
1.1
20.6
66.8
488.9
105.9
129.2
275.1
150.1
158.1
102.1
270.0
1745.2
110.7
43.2
40.9
897.0
111.9
309.1

Prom. Stake (%)

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1412
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1412
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506

NP Growth (%)

25.6
24.4
39.0
13.2
9.1
34.4
15.1
21.8
21.1
-13.8
27.4
5.5
14.0
16.0
7.8
28.1
41.2
10.5
12.8
15.9
0.8
6.8
21.8
15.8
1.0
14.8
5.3
1.5
25.5
25.7
27.6
12.5
16.1
7.4
-20.0
16.0
11.5
9.8
26.1
10.6
10.0
585.9
13.0
26.6
-11.8
31.1
7.8
0.3
20.8
6.7
10.7
25.3
7.9
-18.9
-61.2
-13.1
3.5
3.3
-41.8
-1.6
0.8
17.7
76.3
26.2
10.5
16.9
13.7
-44.1
36.1
-19.8
29.1
9.3
4.0
23.0
13.7
6.8

NP (` Cr)

1.3
0.0
0.1
0.4
0.0
0.2
0.1
0.0
2.1
0.0
0.7
0.2
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.3
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.0
0.2
0.5
0.0
0.3
0.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.9
1.1
0.4
1.2
3.5
0.2
0.4
0.1
0.1
1.3
0.9
7.4
0.5
0.0
1.7
0.6
0.0
1.0
0.3
0.9
1.4
0.6
0.0
1.4
5.0
1.5
0.0
0.3
0.0
0.5
0.3
0.0
8.4
2.8
1.3
0.1
0.7
4.4
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.0
2.0
0.8
0.3
0.0

1.2
5.9
1.4
9.2
20.5 1503N 1973.1

Sales Growth (%)

Sales
(` Cr)

2736
119028 13816
1503
24.2 125 1087 77.6 32.0 8.00
1503
21.2 441 2289 229.0 107.7 31.00
1503
17.6 89 1356 306.4 34.8 6.00
U1503
5.7 182 322 13.7 24.0 5.50
1503
53.4 10 144 24.1
0.9 0.15
1503
37.7 44 2019 286.6 15.2 3.50
U1503
2.9 78 163 17.3 11.8 3.50
1503
4.2 121 284 22.0 26.3 7.00
1403
68.1 41 911 58.9
8.6 0.80
U1503
5.0 60 517 -20.8 -8.3
U1503
29.2 189 8095 1516.3 51.9 3.00
U1503
43.2 10 146
2.3
0.5
1503 100.0 129 2242 361.2 18.1 5.00
U1503
10.3 36 313 60.0
5.8 0.70
U1503
16.2 75
85
9.5
5.8
1503 102.4 221 5284 1271.1 62.1 12.00
1406
15.1 39 166 25.6 17.0 4.00
U1503 160.6* 140 10132 1181.1 14.7 2.00
U1503
54.6 198 722 138.7 20.3
U1503
3.6 168
59
9.6 26.8 2.50
U1503
2.3 409
14
0.7
3.2 5.00
U1503
16.1 106 479 58.6
7.3
U1503
26.5 292 3084 847.1 63.8 20.00
1503 85.3* 623 10011 1679.4 98.5 20.00
1406
20.5 383 483
7.9
3.9
U1503
17.8 55 878 145.9
8.2 2.25
1503
30.0 12
4
1.9
0.6
U1503
3.9 386 217
2.3
5.9 1.50
1503
84.7 219 3288 471.6 44.5 62.50
U1503
28.2 139 5086 1007.5 35.7 2.00
U1503 20.5* 17 1213 95.2
4.6 0.50
U1503
7.7
4 152
3.8
0.5 0.05
U1503
8.5 106
90 14.6 17.1 3.10
U1503
16.4 53 872 40.5
4.9 1.00
U1503
41.0 63 668 -119.2 -29.1
1503
18.4 56 854 82.8
9.0 1.60
1503
25.2 177 3085 256.1 20.3 1.00
U1503
17.0 137 1061 113.6 13.4 14.00
U1503
4.6 79
85
9.6 20.8 6.30
U1503
15.9 122 3176 205.1 12.9 3.00
U1503
41.1 37 326 15.5
3.8
U1503
12.4 -1
0
-7.8 -12.6
U1503
16.3 70 229 14.8
9.1 1.00
1503
90.0 201 9752 2397.3 53.3 7.50
1406
21.6 27
85
-7.3 -2.7
U1503
40.9
5 409 67.1
1.6 0.12
1412
16.6 334 867 43.2 26.0 6.00
U1503
90.0
5 370
0.6
0.0
U1503 33.7* 217 716 152.9 45.3 5.00
U1503
22.4 44 1644 66.3
3.0
U1503
8.9* 166 465 15.8 17.8 1.50
U1503
3.1 53
88
8.3 13.5
1503
16.0 314 873 79.1 24.8 10.00
U1503
11.2 19
65
-4.1 -3.6
U1503
85.3 37 1754 -191.0 -14.9
U1503
6.1 81 679 -65.2 -10.6
1503
45.7 431 1853 69.8 15.3 12.50
1503
34.5 663 2401 372.7 21.6 20.00
U1503
26.0
3
5
-3.5 -1.3
1403
34.1 158 531
-8.7 -2.1
1503
13.2 76 242
1.0
0.6 0.80
1412
23.0 644 1977 263.6 114.5 45.00
U1503 41.3* 13 445 41.3 10.0
1406 23.8* 22 1314 69.6
5.9 0.36
1503
12.0 66 1078 41.3
6.9
U1503
7.7 129 565 84.2 21.8 1.10
U1503
8.5 304 579 35.2 41.6 2.00
1412
27.2 38 667 -457.7 -16.8
1503 59.6* 247 929 532.3 89.3 108.00
U1503 240.6* 31 8017 -1472.8 -6.1
U1503
12.7 29 521 108.8
8.5 0.60
U1503
78.1
1 173
9.8
0.1 0.02
U1503
8.5 60 167
2.0
2.4
1503
84.6 160 3475 623.2 36.8 11.25
1503
7.8 147 483 16.2 20.8 4.50
1503 18.2* 104 1091 64.4
7.1 2.00

Sales
(` Cr)

Latest Qtr. Year

21.5
420.7
172.0
268.0
661.0

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE
Year / Months

RONW (%)

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

4.9
-1.3
11.7
35.0
30.6

NP
(` Cr)

DERatio

30.9
-0.2
17.8
7.0
8.4

10.0 16
56
14.6 390 1849
29.2 23 656
17.6 286 1463
96.5 38 3264

NP (` Cr)

0.3
0.1
4.6
0.2
0.0

Bk Val (`)

1.00
2.50
4.00
1.50

Sales (` Cr)

4.9
-0.9
4.0
15.9
3.2

U1503
U1503
U1503
1503
1406

CEqt. (` Cr)

Div (`)

LATEST QTR.

EPS (`)

Radix Industries
10
Savita Oil Tech
10
Signet Industries
10
*Styrolution ABS (Ind
10
Supreme Petroche
10
73 PHARMACEUTICALS
IND. COMPOSITE
Aarti Drugs Ltd
10
*Abbott India Ltd.
10
Ajanta Pharma Lt
2
Albert David Ltd
10
*Alembic Ltd.
2
Alembic Pharmaceutic
2
Amrutanjan Health Ca
2
Anuh Pharma Ltd
5
Arvind Remedies
10
AstraZeneca Pharma I
2
*Aurobindo Pharma
1
Bharat Immunolog
10
*Biocon
5
Bliss GVS Pharma
1
Brooks Laboratories
10
*Cadila Healthcar
5
Caplin Point Lab
10
Cipla
2
Claris Lifesciences
10
Coral Labs.
10
DIL
10
Dishman Pharmaceutic 2
Divis Lab
2
*Dr. Reddys Labs
5
Elder Pharma
10
FDC Ltd.
1
Fervent Synergies L
10
Fulford (India)
10
*GlaxoSmithKline Phar 10
Glenmark Pharma
1
Granules India L
1
Gufic BioSciences Lt
1
Hester Biosciences L
10
Hikal Ltd.
2
Ind-Swift Laboratori
10
Indoco Remedies
2
*Ipca Laboratorie
2
J B Chemicals & Phar
2
Jenburkt Pharmac
10
Jubilant Life Scienc
1
Kopran Ltd
10
Krebs Biochemicals & 10
Lincoln Pharmace
10
*Lupin Ltd.
2
Lyka Labs
10
Marksans Pharma
1
Merck Ltd.
10
Morepen Labs.Lt
2
Natco Pharma
10
Nectar Lifesciences
1
Neuland Laborat
10
NGL Fine-Chem Li
5
Novartis
5
Nutraplus India
10
Orchid Chem & Ph
10
Panacea Biotec L
1
Pfizer Ltd.
10
*Piramal Enterprises
2
Piramal Phytocare
10
Plethico Pharmaceuti
10
*RPG Life Sciences
8
Sanofi India
10
Sequent Scientific
10
Sharon Bio-Medicine
2
*Shasun Pharma
2
Shilpa Medicare L
2
SMS Pharmaceuticals 10
Sterling Biotech Ltd
1
*Strides Arcolab
10
Sun Pharma.
1
Suven Life Sciences
1
Syncom Formul.
1
Themis Medicare Ltd.
10
*Torrent Pharmac
5
*TTK Healthcare Ltd.
10
Unichem Labs
2

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

390/216 224 45.1


849/470 952
386/100 1072 76.4
745/525 1303 41.3
112/63 937
-

874/294 2048
4444/2031 8040
1689/580 14671
404/160 238
70/24 1211
792/321 14457
564/170 615
1030/266 816
66/10 688
1299/785 2880
1541/659 47201
57/23 124
524/402 8981
195/45 1899
75/32
81
2045/1048 41735
1416/286 1885
752/430 55796
358/159 1516
502/96 172
900/520 142
197/103 1815
1989/1449 26235
3890/2636 68398
216/67 252
183/130 2967
95/33 190
2350/1100 775
3560/2400 27021
1105/559 31044
104/58 2283
23/9 175
849/169 699
167/102 1537
54/22 1457
413/160 3533
866/591 9655
275/160 2351
465/184 190
219/116 5502
73/41 356
149/26 152
118/34 188
2112/1072 88815
74/13 247
95/31 3700
1004/670 1197
19/4 650
2709/1006 8366
45/25 1605
547/262 606
221/26 151
888/540 1951
216/18 261
85/43 2955
219/99 1765
2425/1321 9040
1043/617 20602
59/27 111
62/25 350
217/79 370
3800/2731 7689
850/350 3592
90/12 920
403/145 2885
1092/457 3641
714/351 655
15/4 3199
1335/625 8068
1201/733 229999
339/105 3409
15/3 605
218/101 233
1370/689 24795
1259/586 731
272/174 2339

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

39

36
21.2
37.9
48.1
15.2
49.9
37.3
37.8
29.3
26.4
31.7
11.8
31.9
54.2
46.5
11.2
18.6
223.2
24.7
31.0
39.4
20.5
391.7
77.1
30.6
19.8
45.8
27.0
41.8
34.9
20.1
20.5
16.8
15.9
9.8
37.1
54.5
27.6
53.5
12.3
27.5
16.3
35.3
101.2
45.2
29.5
79.4
57.2
42.6
14.7
14.7
31.4
68.8
36.2
47.7
37.4

Updated Information

40

DSIJ.in

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

115
3728
2554
163
310
144
214
170
2552
345
1712
8602
99
160

3.71
534.30
192.00
232.00
143.50
120.00
73.95
89.45
233.15
94.10
91.65
139.10
199.00
134.30

6/3
555/139
223/66
286/191
199/127
196/104
110/62
100/31
315/202
155/54
106/84
173/126
272/181
214/110

522
3965
2644
162
314
135
498
207
2918
390
1800
9058
93
153

33
530.4
34.2
9.3
8.9
28.4
41.2
86.3
16.9
29.8
11.4
12.8

70.95 0 0.16
60.14 0 21.53
71.92 71 3.71
42.84 0 0.97
71.06 0 0.04
74.99 0 0.00
73.63 0 0.00
61.12 0 19.17
33.81 0 20.79
74.99 0 0.21
64.13 0 6.48
60.44 68 0.03
68.08 0 1.34
61.75 0 1.83
63.15 0 0.89
60.41 0 8.38
60.40 0 0.13
54.09 0 0.00
49.71 0 27.96
74.99 0 0.10
52.43 0 12.84
74.99 0 1.75

567
483.30
4460
376.80
104
79.05
255
131.30
158
103.95
143
223.10
209
22.20
1902 411.10XB
270
194.70
336
266.40
1073
718.75
278
154.40
93
17.65
446
343.40
157
112.00
3176
119.00
321
806.50
338
406.90
7974
627.75
233
299.30
1352
95.70
1118 1863.25

590/106
534/311
101/43
137/73
145/65
333/52
29/13
515/350
260/54
343/95
750/299
176/41
27/8
350/191
135/63
204/68
925/650
441/47
745/552
324/122
130/89
1874/810

562
4565
83
636
213
203
604
1913
335
326
1234
326
94
474
193
3764
350
402
8334
267
1376
1113

32
87.0
64.8
14.7
6.3
22.1
28.9
16.0
46.6
25.3
14.8
13.0
95.7
75.3
26.0
27.3
30.7
28.2
29.2

30.10
573.15
592.00
4.50
93.10
83.05
9.95
14.20
7.12
103.40
42.30
86.35
19.10
135.15
14.19
72.30
7.89
424.60
46.30
24.25
75.95
522.40
149.90

62/27 30741
890/437 2249
828/505 11434
7/3 498
202/92 903
96/77 1551
17/7 2018
29/13 1738
21/5 19095
126/64 20258
112/36 1938
98/65 13002
25/18 34422
165/127 158532
20/12 1226
105/59 1595
14/6 7720
783/348 25023
99/41 14935
27/22 9829
108/68 32323
540/237 3109
187/121 10521

12
11.2
9.9
17.1
9.2
10.0
10.8
10.5
7.3
6.0
20.3
35.2
9.5

777.75
587.55
176.10
27.55
268.75
143.40

808/459
656/308
252/128
61/21
275/129
150/72

-13

- 72.71

26.9 -42.0 1503Q


80.1 10.8
172.8 18.0
28.8 -14.2
85.5 -23.9 1503Q
14.8 -22.4
128.7 -54.0
47.6
0.0
311.3 -207.9
27.8 -13.1
185.8 43.7
671.5 42.9
12.3
1.8
15.8 -14.0
-

26.9
85.5
-

-41
-11
12
-12
5
27
-7
-1
2
8
0
-4

-42.0
-23.9
-

-65
34
-

1.1
16.6
1.0
18.3
0.7
1.0
-18.6
18.3
4.1
1.9
21.7
0.8
0.2
9.2
4.7
2.5
2.9
4.7
96.1 1503N 2976.7
1.9
8.8
13.5
-

18
19
6
28
17
28
48
11
21
16
9
-42
12
9
21
-21
29
17
11
3
8
21

175.0
-

6
-

23
3.1 -65
12
- 4404
- 154
-2
-4
-11
35
15
0
3
21
6
-3
24
- 106
-11
- 248
56
-5
24
20

-4.3
-

-129
-

0.0
1.0
5.6
25.1
10.3
4.2
-6.6
0.8
5.7
1.1
5.4
4.7
17.4
10.5

1.00
1.50
7.50
4.50
1.00
3.00
0.50
1.30
2.30
2.70
-

1.5
1.1
0.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
1.6
0.3
0.3
0.1
0.2
0.0
0.0

0.3
2.7
18.4
71.5
10.4
4.8
-5.1
5.3
3.3
1.9
15.0
11.6
15.9
10.3

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

5.6 2.50
5.8 0.38
5.4 1.50
20.8 3.50
4.7 0.90
-4.7
0.5
14.2 3.05
12.2 4.00
5.7
28.5 4.50
-0.9
0.4
23.1 5.50
8.6 1.00
1.2 0.10
10.7 1.00
15.6 2.00
22.2 8.00
9.8 2.00
3.4 1.50
63.9 10.00

0.0
25.7 1503
5.3
0.2
11.2 1503 375.3
0.0
6.1 1503 56.8
1.0
9.8 1503 348.7
0.7
7.6 1503 59.7
5.4 -36.4 1503 56.3
1.8
1.9 1503 442.0
0.4
29.3 1503 121.1
1.2
30.6 1503 60.2
0.0
17.5 1503 15.9
0.3
8.6 1503 490.3
1.7
-5.1 1503
9.7
0.0 -141.6 1503 12.4
0.2
18.0 1503 123.5
0.2
6.0 1503 97.8
1.4
6.4 1503 422.8
0.4
5.8 1503 57.7
0.9
16.6 1503 48.7
0.4
29.1 1503 1151.7
0.9
16.6 1503 43.2
0.1
15.6 1503 246.2
0.0
20.3 1503 103.4

-0.2
0.3
52.6
-0.1
-0.1
8.4
-0.8
0.2
0.5
6.1
-0.1
9.4
1.9
12.5
-4.2
6.9
-1.2
58.3
0.1
4.1
3.7
14.8
15.7

2.9
1.3
0.6
1.8
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.4
2.8
0.5
0.1
0.2
0.7
0.7
0.4
0.0
1.1
0.7
0.1
0.2
0.8
0.2
0.7

1503 2493.5
1503
1.4
1503 1416.0
1503
0.0
1503
0.0
1503 248.0
1503
6.7
1503 161.6
1503 914.8
1503 1420.0
1503
9.2
1503 1682.1
1503 1471.6
1503 19314.6
1503 21.3
1503 2356.6
1503 146.5
1503 2801.8
1503 32.9
1503 386.3
1503 2164.9
1503 218.2
1503 2571.2

26.3 10.00 0.0


18.1 1503 808.4
4.7 1.80 0.2
9.2 1503 1368.2
-3.5
- 20.5 -157.3 1503 36.2
-24.7
- 1.4 -55.2 1503 882.0
10.8 1.50 0.4
7.8 1503 1071.0
4.3 0.90 1.3
9.7 1503 1890.6

418.2
-1.6 1503H
244.0
-1.8
-0.1
16.0
-94.5
11.4
-141.5
234.3
-6.7
676.8
644.5
2944.0
-170.7
56.4
-129.4
450.0
3.9
185.1
213.4
27.7
369.4
-

71.9
54.0
1.4
-91.0
40.1
43.9

-21
5
51
-6
15
-3

Trailing P/E Ratio

41.88 5 2.58 62.1


65.90 4 5.04 16.8
44.53 0 17.52 17.0
67.28 0 12.83 23.5
74.00 0 0.03 14.1
74.97 0 0.00
9.8
56.39 2 7.24 22.7
24.81 0 0.00
2.0
45.74 12 41.97 58.2
74.73 0 10.18
6.8
57.48 29 4.03 67.4
35.10 5 34.03 176.9
49.34 0 17.05
2.0
74.87 0 0.00 11.6

58.12
65.63
49.91
72.73
74.79
58.20
54.25
68.31
63.60
74.99
68.29
90.00
85.95
74.95
74.99
16.21
57.48
48.52
74.98
89.96
33.02
57.97
53.43

44
7
0
86
0
0
0
59
95
45
94
0
0
0
0
0
92
31
35
0
5
0
0

0.01

3.3
10.8
9.0
20.3
6.7
3.1
7.7
16.3
10.7
6.4
11.3
7.4
8.3
9.1
18.0
1.7
2.9
0.4
28.1
6.0
45.8
5.1

21.52 375.2
8837
0.99 41.7
2159
40.63 41.2
7847
2.62 21.5
143
18.00 15.7
921
19.71 60.4
1256
13.44 292.8
1571
0.12
2.2
1383
10.60 335.1
2092
14.22 104.4 16958
19.64 14.2
1793
4.81 92.7 14487
6.46 942.5 21145
22.70 695.4 111437
9.22 26.2
806
61.17 159.9
2140
18.06 142.3
2330
36.83 1167.6 11167
10.77 3812.7 12988
6.59 89.8 10031
51.14 298.9 20542
21.47
3.6
2982
23.39 69.5
7082

68.55 0 16.94
74.99 0 16.41
74.34 0 0.01
23.79 71 25.69
59.45 21 31.03
50.41 0 30.21

43.0
42.3
9.6
51.1
20.0
70.7

5229
15044
187
302
4124
3687

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

0.6

32.84 99 0.75
37.92 78 27.76
48.96 69 3.77
54.98 0 0.01
74.39 0 11.82
66.84 0 0.01

52-Week
High/Low

CMP (`)

172

(17/07/15)

Market Cap
(` Cr)

258/112

58.7

Inst. Stake (%)

134.90

-8
-0
134
8
1
43

Pledged (%)

138

Prom. Stake (%)

NP Growth (%)

NP (` Cr)

Sales Growth (%)

23.4

-0.0 1503

Sales
(` Cr)

Year / Months

150.70
268.30
53.00
284.00
1531.50
35.70

0.4

-0.9
1.8
8.6
-2.1
-0.5
6.7
-5.5
2.5
2.1
13.1
-0.2
10.2
7.5
10.7
-26.9
7.5
-6.5
6.7
0.1
15.6
6.4
12.4
10.7

172
435
106
285
16911
123

-20.7
5.6
-0.2
-4.1
-14.1
-10.2

9.00
2.50
2.00
2.80
0.60
2.50
2.20
8.00
1.05
1.30
4.00
1.50

20.1
7.0
17.8
5.5
70.7
5.9

1503 98.9
1503 126.9
1503 123.9
1503
7.3
1503 490.8
1503
0.9

-0.0

MARKET RELATED DATA

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

1.0
4.8
-2.0
-21.0
26.1
112.0

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

NP
(` Cr)

4.0
- 0.5
11.7
- 1.5
3.2
- 0.0
-6.1
- 0.0
30.1 20.00 0.5
-8.8
- 13.5

RONW (%)

Div (`)

DERatio

LATEST QTR.

Sales
(` Cr)

Venus Remedies L
10 U1503
11.4 412 452
4.5
Vivimed Labs
10 U1503
16.2 241 432 18.9
Wanbury
10 U1503
20.0 -94 250
3.2
Wintac Ltd.
10 U1503
10.0 29
29
-6.2
Wockhardt Ltd.
5 U1503 55.2* 115 1887 331.8
Zenotech Laboratorie
10 U1503
34.4 -8
4 -30.4
74 PHOTOGRAPHIC & ALLIEDPRODUCTS
IND. COMPOSITE
10
273
14
Jindal Photo
10 U1503
10.3 247 273
-0.0
75 PLANTATIONS - TEA ANDCOFFEE
IND. COMPOSITE
305
8158
588
Assam Company
1 1412
31.0
9 216
1.2
*Bombay Burmah
2 1503
14.0 36 241
7.0
CCL Products India
2 1503
26.6 30 672 74.7
Dhunseri Tea & Indus
10 U1503
7.0 35 164 17.6
Goodricke Group
10 1412
21.6 99 602 22.2
James Warren Tea
10 U1503
12.0 89 134
5.1
*Jayshree Tea
5 1503
14.4 128 685 -19.0
Lykis L
10 U1503 19.0* 15 167
1.5
*McLeod Russel
5 1503
54.7 121 1388 62.0
*Rossell India
2 1503
7.3 44 140
4.0
*Tata Coffee Ltd.
1 1503
18.7 36 684 101.6
*Tata Global Beverage
1 1503
61.8 40 2885 289.0
United Nilgiri Tea
10 U1503
5.0 110
51
8.7
Warren Tea
10 U1503
12.0 86 130 12.5
76 PLASTICS - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE
327
16269
732
Arrow Coated Pro
10 U1503
11.7 22
20
6.6
*Astral Poly Technik
1 1503
11.8 52 1252 68.8
Caprihans India
10 U1503
13.1 88 256
7.1
*Cosmo Films
10 1503
19.4 211 1479 40.4
Hitech Plast
10 U1503
15.2 62 296
7.1
Hydro S&S Indus.
10 U1503
6.4 13 219
-3.0
Kkalpana lndustries
2 U1503 18.8* 24 1729
4.4
*Mayur Uniquoters
5 1503
23.1 49 506 65.9
Mold-Tek Packaging
10 U1503 13.9* 40 285 16.9
Multibase India Ltd.
10 U1503
12.6 33
62
7.2
*Nilkamal Ltd.
10 1503
14.9 330 1787 42.5
OK Play India Ltd.
10 U1503
18.0 18
57
-1.6
Peacock Inds.
4 U1503
21.0 -0
41
2.0
Plastiblends Ind
5 U1503
6.5 128 494 30.1
PPAP Automotive
10 U1503
14.0 144 319 12.0
Responsive Industrie
1 U1503
26.7 19 1514 33.2
*Safari Indus.
10 1503
4.0 186 216
4.3
*Shaily Engineering P 10 1503
8.3 94 180 13.0
Supreme Inds.
2 1406
25.4 76 3962 281.4
TPL Plastech Ltd.
10 U1503
7.8 59 183
7.6
VIP Indus.
2 1503
28.3 22 1048 47.9
Wim Plast Ltd
10 U1503
6.0 315 366 38.4
77 POWER - GENERATION/DISTRIBUTION
IND. COMPOSITE
41682
162034 20464
Adani Power Ltd.
10 U1503 2935.8 27 10625 -68.6
BF Utilities Ltd.
5 1409
18.8 19
23
1.3
*CESC Ltd.
10 1503 132.6 545 6189 697.7
Entegra Ltd.
10 U1503 317.2
6
0
-4.0
Globus Power Gen
10 U1503
98.9 11
0
-0.6
Guj. Industries
10 U1503 151.3 124 1215 126.3
GVK Power & Infrastr
1 U1503 157.9 15
26 -129.8
India Power Corp
1 U1503
97.4 10 627 24.2
Jaiprakash Power Ven 10 U1503 2938.0 22 3944 137.2
JSW Energy Ltd.
10 1503 1640.1 46 6332 994.5
KSK Energy Ventures
10 U1503 424.0* 62
44
-5.9
Neyveli Lignite
10 U1503 1677.7 92 6088 1579.7
NHPC
10 U1503 11070.7 25 6802 2124.5
NTPC
10 U1503 8245.5 117 73246 10290.9
Orient Green Power C 10 U1503 568.1 16
44 -238.6
PTC India
10 U1503 296.0 92 13082 203.1
RattanIndia Power
10 U1503 2952.9 18 617 -339.8
Reliance Infrastruct
10 U1503 263.0 834 10536 1533.4
Reliance Power L
10 U1503 2805.1 60 136 25.1
SJVN Ltd.
10 U1503 4136.6 26 2818 1676.8
*Tata Power Co.
1 1503 270.5 58 8678 1010.3
*Techno Electric & En
2 1503
11.4 120 689 84.7
*Torrent Power Ltd.
10 1503 472.4 146 10274 742.1
78 POWER - TRANSMISSION/EQUIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE
5488
38029 5301
Alstom India
10 1503
67.2 145 2124 177.1
Alstom T&D India
2 1503
51.2 51 3711 120.6
Indo Tech Transforme
10 U1503
10.6
2 157
-3.7
Jyoti Structures
2 U1503
21.9 45 2787 -270.0
Kalpataru Power
2 U1503
30.7 138 4422 165.6
KEC International Lt
2 U1503
51.4 44 6592 110.7

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Sales (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

Latest Qtr. Year

Databank

382/96 418 84.8


435/175 989 23.0
83/25 453
297/120 284
2000/583 17006 51.0
71/22 160
-

4512
15179
303
1266
4758
4912

18
27.8
124.8
24.9
33.3

0.2
0.1
0.5
0.0
0.0

24.8
2.2
7.9
25.4
19.2

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

79.00
20.00
1.00
24.00
2.00
10.00
1.00
2.65
2.00

0.0
0.0
0.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.2

22.5
29.6
11.2
12.4
26.0
8.7
6.0
22.1
13.1

1506 48.4
1506 230.8
1503 22.7
1503 53.5
1503 156.3
1503 59.0
1503 45.8
1503 50.7

940.25
181.70
190.85
42.15
868.15
438.45
77.55

952/561 87776
192/62 8112
200/92 45074
50/16 190
881/379 61293
449/307 184444
81/45 11773

23.3
-

-8
10
83
4
18
23

4.4
-

-21
-

69.36 0 19.50 144.4


45.43 0 0.56 93.0
69.86 65 1.68 10.1
59.68 37 0.03
6.0
62.44 0 0.39 14.5
48.21 0 0.14
5.9

1
-8
-8
12
2
2
-12

54.93 0 29.34 83.3 67988


67.28 0 17.29 66.3
2706
24.89 72 3.02 285.2 27664
72.23 0 0.44
8.1
215
51.11 0 34.30 91.6 29398
68.57 0 7.16 168.3 106454
88.58 0 4.48 448.9 13591

801.2
2772.6
104.7
460.4
815.7
332.4
170.6
65.6

6.1
10.3
21.4
-63.8
10.3
11.4
1.6
0.9

15
- 2089
9
11
13
27
26
25

56.31
50.93
74.21
72.62
67.19
32.61
58.11
59.33

70
74
0
0
13
0
0
88

16.99
21.40
20.44
1.43
17.46
40.99
29.50
0.00

53.7
43.3
3.9
32.8
8.1
35.1
3.4
18.9

1667
4844
2761
1809
3235
3965
999
174

77.1
32.6
77.5
65.8
49.0

5.8
0.7
3.4
9.5
4.5

28
-8
15
-0
26

57.60
62.58
45.41
74.76
65.27

0
0
0
0
0

0.02
2.69
0.00
0.67
0.14

20.0
11.2
2.3
6.4
42.0

533
136
135
477
199

514.30
27.25
1013.25
181.80
46.00

573/177
43/20
1790/946
229/86
53/24

552
134
186
473
194

17
21.6
24.1
15.2
14.6
14.6

17.5 1506Q 48.4


52.2 1506H 453.4
4.5
7.3
47.2
49.3
5.0
17.1
-

14
3
13
13
30
-41
7
29

17.5
97.8
-

-34
-0
-

76.03 44.9
18.30 19.4
0.19
9.5
33.89 15.1
34.10 18.1
55.41 147.1
47.45
0.2
22.90 11.9
23.51
5.3

4268
14114
376
4409
7718
5668
102
470
1921

1471.75
1975.35
117.05
4408.50
1094.55
1111.50
84.00
118.00
454.10

1808/1124
2365/1726
117/45
4993/2502
1895/1036
1289/701
101/40
155/96
548/345

4241
14055
477
4391
7681
5327
82
462
1993

50
32.5
65.5
17.7
87.4
55.6
45.3
16.9
31.6

0.00 0
66.94 0
69.12 0
50.05 0
32.78 0
0.00 0
0.00 0
42.81 5
29.74 29

46
87.95
109/64 2738
113.25
152/81 10245 65.4
2240.00 2299/1643 2739 41.7
195.00
210/100 2814
387.90
624/330 3688 79.4
1193.15 1595/1095 4011 39.6
553.90
652/350 1040 26.7
70.10
71/14 210 17.9

-66
-17
20
-57

58.66 95 14.76 22.0


74.96 100 11.68 89.3
43.00 0 49.79 47.3
42.25 100 17.60 107.9

980
4576
11308
4609

181.85
106.95
233.90
62.60

274/127
150/81
262/129
85/34

0.7
0.8
1.6
0.5
0.0
1.1
0.5
2.8

-1.7
5.7
-1.3
6.4
10.3
3.1
29.2
468.4

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

168.6
2.7
21.4
6.4
301.4
3.0
467.0 52.5
118.0 27.9
1077.0 101.5
82.6 35.0
29.3 -79.5

-9
-27
-2
16
-14
4
18
-22

75.00 100 9.51 93.9


33.35 0 7.26 19.9
49.71 48 6.42 81.6
30.41 0 41.84 71.4
75.00 0 2.14 17.5
63.74 0 20.66 175.6
73.24 0 0.00 12.5
38.03 40 7.33 78.4

430
1549
221
5275
408
2690
1619
142

20.95
626.45
59.35
349.85
120.30
57.75
737.50
9.45

26/18
865/398
131/44
467/327
159/84
70/44
769/32
12/4

- 2.2
- 1.4
2.50 1.1
- 1.6
1.00 1.2
- 2.9
3.00 1.2
0.10 0.4
- 0.6
- 12.7
- 2.5
- 1.3

-42.6
-5.1
0.1
0.3
1.9
-2.5
10.8
-7.4
-3.0
-8.3
-27.7
-25.5

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

1206.0 -538.6
658.3 75.8
275.3
-4.2
320.3 28.9
321.6
-6.8
440.3 77.1
420.9 158.2
158.1 -23.1
21.3
2.8
261.4 58.8
1683.6
4.3
447.8 -86.4

28
19
45
-6
-1
-3
35
25
2
19
-13
281

36.40 100
40.83 0
54.72 0
74.91 0
44.06 0
54.64 17
45.26 0
40.18 0
47.29 10
74.94 13
55.44 22
68.21 0

1170
1124
892
170
117
192
2693
185
120
158
922
481

14.33
45.90
779.50
20.95
67.50
32.70
153.15
16.35
139.80
16.44
9.93
18.65

27/12
82/33
1475/750
26/16
173/57
60/28
248/139
25/15
251/113
23/12
25/9
31/14

26
57

- 67.48
- 17.50

168
1031

364.50
126.05

30.00
1.20

0.0
0.3

16
13.4
18.3
10.8
20.2
-

2852.9
364.6
546.0
2.8
2162.4
6285.4
1169.7

3.7 -188.9 1503 21.9 -374.9


0.1
0.0 1503
7.6
-8.6
0.0
21.6 1503 188.0 66.9
2.0 -18.8 1503 50.4 -236.0

11.00
1.00
2.00
-

Trailing P/E Ratio

7.00
0.21
11.25
2.40
0.75

24
306/178 6158 25.7
612/324 595 28.5
49/25 1921
120/55 649 18.2
315/102 710 11.4
210/115 234 23.7

488.5 108.9
23.3
4.4 1506Q
155.0 -90.7
557.8
3.3
542.7 12.2
124.2
3.7
-

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

235.25
394.70
32.65
68.35
275.00
191.00

52-Week
High/Low

1.4
1.6
18.6
-65.0
5.3
7.3
18.0
3.7

7926
596
315
251
420
200

11
-11
16

(17/07/15)

1.0
1.7
0.0
1.8
0.6
0.1
0.3
0.1

159/127 153251 14.8


313/142 518
858/607 749 26.4

CMP (`)

0.40
1.24
25.00
0.75
10.00
1.50
-

Market Cap
(` Cr)

1503 51346.1
1503 8824.0
1503 15609.0
1503 90.0
1503 44615.5
1503 93832.0
1503 11272.6

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

20.7
-2.3
38.6
3.9
15.4
7.4
-32.0

Inst. Stake (%)

1.0
3.2
8.7
0.0
2.1
1.2
1.3

140.80
287.10
741.25

Pledged (%)

22.50
0.10
24.50
6.60
-

73661
381
750

Prom. Stake (%)

1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503

MARKET RELATED DATA

- 57.89 0 34.74 730.3


- 74.89 22 3.31 32.3
- 47.48 0 39.91 12.5

NP Growth (%)

11.1
8.1
63.9
3.0
10.3
3.9

NP (` Cr)

0.0
0.0
0.0
1.1
1.1
0.4

Sales Growth (%)

5.00
3.50
1.80
-

Sales
(` Cr)

12.6 1503 4703.2 1412.5


-2.0 1503 163.4
0.8
6.3 1503 169.9 12.2

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE
Year / Months

2.4
0.5
0.0

NP
(` Cr)

2.00
10.00

Sales
(` Cr)

RONW (%)

Latest Qtr. Year

DERatio

Power Grid Corpo


10 U1503 5231.6 75 17177 4979.2
9.5
Transformers & Recti
10 U1503
13.3 248 542
-6.5 -4.9
Voltamp Transformers 10 U1503
10.1 448 517 28.4 28.1
79 PROJECT CONSULTANCY/TURNKEY
IND. COMPOSITE
313
5797
136
Engineers India
5 U1503 168.5 82 1713 308.0
9.1
*Reliance Ind.Inf
10 U1503
15.1 169
90 22.1 14.6
Shriram EPC Ltd.
10 U1503 96.5* -41 548 -252.9 -26.2
SPML Infra
2 U1503
7.3 127 1377 13.8
3.8
*Sunil Hitech Enginee 10 1503
15.3 234 1649 36.9 24.2
Technofab Engineerin 10 U1503
10.5 208 420
8.4
8.1
80 REFINERIES
IND. COMPOSITE
6866
1065196 12866
Bharat Petroleum
10 U1503 723.1 339 238087 5084.5 70.3
Chennai Petro.
10 U1503 148.9 113 41866 -39.0 -2.6
Essar Oil Ltd.
10 U1503 1449.5 27 83206 1521.0 10.5
GP Petroleums
5 U1503
25.5 25 407
5.0
1.0
Hind. Petrol
10 U1503 338.6 524 206626 2733.3 80.7
Indian Oil Corp
10 U1503 2428.0 294 437526 5273.0 21.7
Mangalore Refine
10 U1503 1752.6 31 57477 -1712.2 -9.8
81 RETAIL
IND. COMPOSITE
346
21142
119
Future Lifestyle
2 U1503 37.9* 69 3134 18.6
1.0
Future Retail
2 U1503 85.5* 110 10342 74.1
1.7
Kewal Kiran Clothing
10 U1503
12.3 290 408 66.3 53.8
Pantaloons Fashion
10 U1503
92.8 38 1851 -228.1 -24.6
*Shoppers Stop
5 1503 41.7* 92 3042 40.7
4.9
*Trent Ltd.
10 1503
33.2 413 1358 100.0 30.1
V Mart Retail
10 U1503 18.0* 115 721 37.4 20.7
V2 Retail
10 U1503 24.9* 107 287
9.8
3.9
82 RUBBER
IND. COMPOSITE
38
1245
85
*Apcotex Industries L
5 1503
5.2 96 355 24.7 23.8
Elgi Rubber Co.
1 U1503
5.0 51 138
5.7
1.1
GRP L
10 1503
1.3 844 339
8.9 66.5
*Indag Rubber
2 1503
5.3* 49 242 32.6 12.4
Rubfila Internationa
5 U1503
21.6 16 171 13.6
3.1
83 SERVICES - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE
294
2705
786
Credit Analysis & Re
10 U1503
29.0 215 257 140.3 48.4
*Crisil
1 1412
7.1 102 903 215.5 30.2
Deep Industries
10 U1503 32.1* 59 101 21.3
6.6
ICRA Ltd.
10 U1503
10.0 406 181 50.4 50.4
Just Dial
10 U1503 70.5* 76 590 138.9 19.7
MCX
10 U1503
51.0 283 222 125.1 24.5
MITCON Consultancy
10 U1503
12.1 73
43
5.4
4.4
*MT Educare Ltd.
10 1503 39.8* 32 199 27.9
7.0
Tree House Education 10 U1503
42.3 110 207 60.9 14.4
84 SHIP - DOCKS/BREAKING/REPAIRS
IND. COMPOSITE
1701
2125 -879
ABG Shipyard
10 U1503 53.9* 81 392 -897.7 -166.5
Essar Ports
10 U1503 427.9 62
35
0.6
0.0
*Gujarat Pipavav Port
10 1503 483.4 37 867 387.3
6.4
Pipavav Defence & Of 10 U1503 736.2 27 831 -369.1 -5.0
85 SHIPPING
IND. COMPOSITE
1090
8684
102
Essar Shipping
10 U1503 205.2 234 791 -83.0 -4.0
Global Offshore Ser
10 U1503
24.7 147
90 20.7
8.4
GOL Offshore Ltd.
10 U1503
37.2 269 1058 -12.8 -3.4
*Great Eastern
10 1503 150.8 327 1734 317.3 21.0
Seamec Ltd.
10 U1503
33.9 155 350 54.0 15.9
Shipping Corpn.
10 U1503 465.8 140 4311 200.9
4.3
Shreyas Shipping & L
10 1503
22.0 83 291 53.3 24.3
*Varun Shipping
10 U1503 150.0 -6
60 -448.1 -29.9
86 SUGAR
IND. COMPOSITE
462
24083 -1524
Bajaj HindusthanSuga
1 U1503 81.7* 32 4531 -1097.2 -13.4
*Balrampur Chini
1 1503
24.5 46 2987 -57.7 -2.4
Bannari Amman Su
10 U1503
11.4 835 930
1.0
0.9
Dalmia Bharat Sugar
2 U1503
16.2 57 1150
1.5
0.2
DCM Shriram In
10 U1503
17.4 123 1299
4.4
2.5
Dhampur Sugar
10 U1503
58.7 70 1789 -10.4 -1.8
*EID Parry
1 1503
17.6 78 2082 148.3
8.4
KCP Sugar & In
1 U1503
11.3 19 516 -16.2 -1.4
Ponni Sugars (Erode)
10 1503
8.6 140 159
-3.6 -4.2
Sakthi Sugars
10 U1503
96.2
2 837 -34.8 -3.6
Shree Renuka Sugars
1 U1503
92.9 11 5744 -295.1 -3.2
Triveni Eng.&Ind.Ltd
1 U1503
25.8 24 2061 -164.1 -6.4
87 TELECOMMUNICATIONS- EQUIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE
3148
11140 -1264
ADC India Communicat 10 1503
4.6 80
58
5.0 10.8
*Astra Microwave
2 1503
16.4 35 634 60.7
7.4

LATEST QTR.

Div (`)

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

Sales (` Cr)

CEqt. (` Cr)

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

13.6 1503 13.6


20.9 1503 108.3

1.5
5.5

34.38 142.9
31.71 91.3
0.19
6.9
6.04 13.0
7.71 81.5
3.49 42.7
24.09 40.9
0.03 23.6
7.63
9.3
0.04 42.0
10.32 208.6
14.90 35.0

0 0.01
0 28.37

5.1
33.5

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

40
5675
4815
11064 34.7
8850
-

3830
1825
1790
6127
307
8826
1684
1110

18
85.8
16.6
7.5
13.4
30.4
-

22
6628
2655
1912
872
371 26.8
1387
4253 18.2
262
197
863
4227
1481
-

15
410/135 132 33.7
166/100 1083 17.0

41

Updated Information

42

DSIJ.in

7
4
-0
39
-12
-4
-4.8
22
-43
58
-87 -336.5 -4189

68.83
27.04
44.23
38.96
90.00
50.10
74.92
71.20
74.36

5306
125157 4310
U1503
23.5 110 746
0.2
0.1
- 1.4
0.1 1503 209.3
0.8
U1503 130.1 664 8938 527.7 40.5 7.00 0.4
6.1 1503 2071.3 83.9
1503 1377.3 39 22131 348.8
1.7
- 2.4
6.4 1503 3456.5
5.1
U1503
5.9 530 496 51.2 87.1 14.00 0.3
16.4 1503 121.7 14.2
U1503
4.3 56 313 18.9
8.7 2.70 0.1
10.1 1503 70.7
4.0
1503 258.2 100 5225 377.4 14.6 2.55 1.0
13.3 1503 1349.0 67.8
U1503
19.5 26 179
8.7
4.5 1.00 1.3
16.8 1503 77.1
8.4
U1503 100.7 12 201
3.2
0.3
- 0.0
2.6 1503 24.9
-0.8
U1503
15.8 162 680 12.8
8.1 1.50 1.6
5.0 1503 178.1
2.2
U1503
16.4 134 1226
8.0
4.9 1.00 3.0
3.6 1503 305.5
-1.7
U1503
11.2 31
7
2.0
0.9
- 1.8
1.7 1503
0.1
-1.4
U1503
3.2 91
7
0.6
2.0
- 5.0
2.2 1503
1.7
0.1
U1503
5.1
4 147
0.6
0.1
- 1.9
2.9 1503 39.8
0.9
1503
41.3 23 2378 24.6
1.2 0.80 2.8
1.6 1503 757.8 178.6
U1503 134.6 196 3533 -78.7 -5.8
- 1.7
-3.0 1503 1025.5
7.1
U1503
16.3 44 139
2.9
1.8
- 0.4
4.0 1506 31.7
1.2 1506Q
1503
21.9 324 1219 36.6 16.7 6.00 0.2
5.1 1503 308.8
1.4
U1503
4.5 664 267 34.6 76.7 17.00 0.0
9.4 1503 89.6 15.4
U1503
17.4 131 576 13.9
8.0 3.00 1.0
6.1 1503 176.0 23.0
U1503
48.0 -31 175 -39.0 -8.1
- 0.0
26.5 1503 51.9
-5.1
U1503
32.0 52 1573
9.6
3.0
- 2.7
5.8 1503 269.9
2.9
U1503
12.9 106 287
-0.6 -0.4
- 1.0
-0.4 1503 70.7 10.3
U1503
16.2 91 623 23.1 14.2 1.20 1.6
15.7 1503 164.7
5.5
U1503
42.1 28 2641 -142.8 -33.9
- 4.9 -121.2 1503 587.5 -24.0
U1503
21.9 145 784 43.1 19.7 3.00 0.2
13.5 1503 196.9 12.3
1503
70.7 19 848
7.8
1.1
- 2.1
5.7 1503 227.0
1.6
U1503
5.2 239 325 13.2 25.3 6.00 0.5
3.2 1503 93.4
5.5
U1503
17.3 45 1070 34.4
9.9
- 2.5
22.1 1503 257.6 34.8
U1503
8.6
2
85
-1.2 -0.1
- 2.9
-7.8 1503 21.8
-1.3
U1503
49.2 72 948 109.3 11.1 2.00 0.6
15.4 1503 224.9 28.9
U1503
7.2 77 290 18.0 25.0
- 1.4
32.3 1503 69.0
4.0
U1503
39.5 78 1680 139.0 35.2
- 2.2
33.9 1503 456.7 28.0
1503 151.8 36 2761 -21.5 -1.4 1.00 0.6
-3.9 1503 650.7 30.8
U1503
65.5 171 4127 139.4 21.3 2.00 1.2
12.4 1503 811.7 28.3
U1503 139.2
1 982
8.8
0.2
- 8.2
10.1 1503 256.4
5.2
U1503
20.1 83 840 26.6 13.3 0.50 2.1
16.1 1503 231.5
6.6
U1503
12.6 10
4
0.0
0.0
- 0.0
0.3
U1503
25.7 26 592
0.2
0.1 0.75 1.5
0.3 1503 135.2
-2.6
1503
4.8 56 511 98.5 20.7 1.25 0.5
37.3 1503 158.0 41.6
U1503
37.7 240 2080 146.0 38.7 9.00 0.8
16.1 1503 529.7 45.4
U1503
40.3 -26 854 -266.8 -26.5
- 315.3 101.4 1503 154.0 -139.2
U1503
7.0 531 221
4.3 61.7 15.00 1.7
3.1 1503 54.8
0.9
U1503
4.5 47 133
5.1 11.3 1.50 3.6
17.6 1503 31.3
1.0
U1503
16.8 125 172 19.7 11.7 12.50 0.0
9.4 1503 25.7
1.3
U1503
4.8 293 1411 15.0 31.1 7.50 4.1
10.6 1503 365.3 11.1
1503
13.9 263 1014 24.4 17.5 3.00 0.4
6.7 1503 257.0 13.9
U1503
33.1 183 1685 83.1 25.1 2.00 1.6
13.7 1503 480.9 20.1
U1503
41.5 18 648 16.7
4.0
- 3.8
23.0 1503 165.4
6.4
U1503
12.6 16 261
7.0
1.1 0.30 1.0
7.2 1503 64.4
1.5
U1503
14.4 18 123
3.7
2.5 0.75 1.9
13.9
U1503
21.7 202 583 59.8 27.5 10.00 0.2
13.6 1503 65.7
2.8
U1503
25.4 33 365 20.7
5.7 1.75 2.0
17.5 1503 78.9
2.2
U1503
39.8 154 1803 -28.0 -7.0
- 1.5
-4.6 1503 429.5
-3.8
U1503
18.0 217 2150 20.2
5.6 1.00 1.4
2.6 1503 551.9 37.8
U1503
45.5 59 1097 51.4 11.3 1.60 1.8
19.2 1503 278.3 15.3
U1503
90.1 28 239 32.6
3.6 0.75 2.8
1.8 1503 60.0
-7.1
U1503
45.8 38 617 41.0
8.9 1.00 1.1
23.7 1503 188.1 12.3
U1503
14.3 68 157 26.7 18.7 4.50 0.6
27.5 1503 42.5
6.3
1503
11.2 347 1543 196.0 175.7 72.00 0.3
50.7 1503 379.7 47.1
U1503
89.1
7 543 14.6
1.6
- 1.4
16.0 1503 134.4
-2.8
U1503
8.1 126 219 10.6 13.0 6.00 0.2
10.3 1503 51.3
1.6
U1503
26.0 40
7
-1.8 -0.7
- 0.0
-1.8 1503
2.8
-0.1
U1503
21.7 135 624 10.2
4.7 2.25 0.4
3.5 1503 216.6
3.6
U1503
3.3 122
72 12.1 36.1 2.70 0.2
29.5 1503 16.3
4.0
1503
7.4 266 389 12.0 16.3 2.50 1.3
6.1 1503 106.4
-3.1
U1503
31.0
1
13
0.1
0.0
- 0.0
0.4 1503
8.4
0.0
1503
61.4 190 2645 100.0 16.3 3.00 0.9
8.6 1503 718.8 41.6
U1503 14.6* 23 319
2.1
1.5 0.10 2.4
6.4 1503 134.6
0.8
U1503
23.1 207 3023 84.9 36.7 10.00 2.7
17.7 1503 771.1 24.4
U1503
4.2 399 198 53.9 64.5 2.50 1.3
16.2 1503 50.9
7.2
U1503
8.0 43 969 65.7
8.3 2.75 0.7
19.4 1503 330.3 26.2
-

31.7
-

4
13
222
4
1
11
-1
4
2
2
92
7
18
19
-20
-16
16
-51
1
2
35
-10
18
-4
-7
3
-25
-1
30
12
9
-7
241
10
2
18
11
6
4
20
7
-13
8
12
-3
-0
21
-4
1
-1
25
28
17
15
29
6
-6
59
-5
12
-12
-16
20
-14
-4
18
4

65.79 2
57.20 0
37.80 100
48.63 0
61.64 5
43.78 0
67.69 0
51.30 0
55.54 0
57.73 0
74.68 68
74.85 0
74.99 0
52.35 5
92.09 28
70.67 0
31.38 20
74.99 0
44.69 0
65.84 0
62.57 45
73.85 0
57.53 38
58.35 0
50.59 0
61.81 41
66.48 0
57.76 100
54.54 0
57.07 0
30.85 69
58.95 32
67.09 0
53.93 9
40.10 100
56.18 14
25.60 0
58.59 13
54.24 0
74.95 0
39.21 4
59.19 0
68.88 17
67.23 0
73.49 0
74.89 39
70.75 49
74.94 48
63.56 0
40.40 0
63.78 0
63.87 0
68.34 0
64.82 0
60.94 38
12.66 0
64.01 0
53.05 0
51.00 0
65.87 26
74.18 0
66.64 0
66.58 0
63.34 0
53.16 0
1.63 0
40.60 0
58.55 14
51.43 0
74.92 0
74.92 0

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

16.48
26.77
13.02
4.65
0.02
30.47
3.28
0.00
0.00
12.84
6.42
7.85
0.00
18.24
1.21
7.15
8.91
0.45
9.63
4.24
7.23
12.20
0.21
0.06
7.60
2.17
22.16
10.85
0.16
15.14
26.38
8.67
13.37
14.16
22.62
0.00
0.00
0.02
3.50
13.13
3.15
5.44
0.00
12.19
0.02
2.67
5.77
0.01
0.36
0.00
9.71
5.06
1.24
0.07
3.12
0.08
0.08
1.82
39.20
0.24
0.01
10.11
13.20
12.83
0.02
0.00
20.16
0.00
7.48
0.00
0.00

9.8
132.3
223.3
6.0
10.7
187.6
0.9
5.2
7.1
8.6
9.4
8.9
15.5
93.7
6.5
9.2
47.3
6.0
44.7
12.7
4.6
10.7
11.8
73.0
12.9
24.3
2.4
10.8
2.0
21.0
10.5
23.5
20.1
28.3
92.8
1.5
0.3
15.5
18.5
7.0
11.8
6.6
0.8
16.8
2.1
109.2
2.1
16.1
12.7
0.5
53.7
17.4
81.9
39.0
31.3
41.5
12.7
6.8
24.7
56.4
4.9
21.8
21.0
1.9
4.9
0.9
108.7
1.0
12.9
5.9
2.7

33.00
2.51
13.15
14.30
25.30
78.90
32.95
112.70
21.50

43/19
4/2
30/10
24/9
38/19
112/51
57/23
134/45
43/20

122
52.10
62/37
25345 1947.45 2006/1358
979
7.11
14/6
626 1066.00 1134/385
120
55.40
60/27
7742
299.80
341/207
458
235.30
310/133
556
55.25
211/36
331
210.10
230/120
138
84.15
90/57
330
148.00
317/113
111
349.00
687/299
94
18.35
27/6
1579
76.45
87/59
1875
139.30
170/106
114
69.60
79/20
371
169.70
210/142
281
623.75
665/294
178
102.25
110/72
155
32.35
36/10
117
36.50
40/21
2178 1688.50 2399/626
262
161.60
189/70
144
34.15
52/24
565
258.20
275/109
254
35.90
39/9
149
284.00
315/166
236
68.35
93/40
185
21.40
21/1
1191
121.00
127/74
496
689.75
805/189
2981
755.00
760/103
698
46.00
50/17
1788
272.95
298/133
255
4.58
5/2
188
94.00
165/75
470
374.00
380/75
97
37.90
40/15
4899 1031.30 1070/244
2431
645.25
694/225
188
18.65
53/15
155 2232.50 2810/1860
417
918.00
934/115
489
291.30
458/240
217
451.10
507/229
320
230.10
253/121
841
254.00
326/232
156
37.60
45/17
447
70.90
89/20
130
90.00
115/78
1184
544.75
632/460
202
55.50
63/37
223
56.00
78/42
439
121.70
153/80
516
113.30
121/40
1542
171.10
214/112
355
77.35
86/21
680
475.90
495/165
16733 15002.25 16995/7121
97
10.90
19/4
92
112.60
120/58
613
235.30
268/124
492
227.20
282/166
188
563.90
564/82
267
361.50
399/221
122
3.92
32/3
3002
489.10
580/390
454 311.10XB
349/33
760
328.10
343/179
232
278.10
347/245
2849
358.30
451/200

Trailing P/E Ratio

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

52-Week
High/Low

(17/07/15)

CMP (`)

Market Cap
(` Cr)

52.4
0.0

420
-

Inst. Stake (%)

1454
584
207
1772
729
180
283
136
490

- 1.1
12.4 1503 535.2 22.6
- 5.0 -105.0 1503 155.5 -100.2
- 16.7 128.5 1503 353.9 -170.2
- 0.5
20.0 1503 681.2
9.4
- 0.0 -134.0 1503 192.8
2.3
- 6.0
12.4 1503 27.2
-0.7 1503H
- 1.8
11.8 1503 754.2
4.2
- 0.0 -10.9 1503
7.9
-1.8
0.15 0.0
0.8 1503
0.0 -339.4 1503N

1.2
-

MARKET RELATED DATA

65 2.75
5.9
55 47.02 184.5
99 25.50 84.9
50 14.18 246.4
0 0.50 38.3
0 4.14 24.4
20 0.00
2.7
0 5.62 11.1
0 0.44 23.3

Pledged (%)

NP Growth (%)

NP (` Cr)

Sales Growth (%)

Sales
(` Cr)

Prom. Stake (%)

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE
Year / Months

NP
(` Cr)

Sales
(` Cr)

RONW (%)

DERatio

Div (`)

EPS (`)

NP (` Cr)

Sales (` Cr)

Bk Val (`)

CEqt. (` Cr)

U1503
44.1 13 1905 68.6
1.6
U1503 2325.1
2 600 -514.7 -2.2
U1503 157.3 -40 2069 -801.3 -50.9
U1503 123.9
8 2551 189.9
1.5
U1503 288.0 -75 574 -297.1 -10.3
1409
22.8
5 103
1.3
0.6
U1503
85.8 29 2556 29.6
3.4
U1503
12.0 78
21 -10.3 -8.5
1406
68.4 26
68
4.5
0.2

LATEST QTR.

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)

BS
1
GTL Infrastructure
10
GTL Ltd.
10
Himachal F. Comm
1
ITI
10
Nelco Ltd
10
Optiemus Infracom
10
Punj. Communica
10
Spice Mobility L
3
88 TEXTILES
IND. COMPOSITE
Aarvee Denims an
10
Aditya Birla Nuvo
10
Alok Industries Ltd.
10
Ambika Cotton Mi
10
APM Industries
2
*Arvind Ltd.
10
Ashapura Intimates F
10
Atlas Jewellery
10
Bannari Amman Spinni 10
Banswara Syntex
10
Binny Ltd.
5
Binny Mills Ltd.
10
Black Rose Industrie
1
*Bombay Dyeing
2
Bombay Rayon Fashion 10
*Cantabil Retail Indi
10
Century Enka
10
Cheviot Co Ltd
10
DCM Ltd.
10
E-Land Apparel
10
Filatex India
10
Forbes & Company Ltd 10
Ganesha Ecosphere
10
Garden Silk Mill
10
Garware-Wall Rop
10
*Ginni Filaments
10
Gloster L
10
Gokaldas Exports
5
Himachal Fibres
1
Himatsingka Seid
5
Indian Terrain Fashi
10
Indo Count Inds.
10
*Indo Rama Synth.
10
JBF Industries
10
JCT Ltd.
3
Jindal Worldwide
10
K D Trend Wear
10
K G Denim Ltd.
10
Kitex Garments
1
KPR Mill Ltd.
10
KSL and Industries L
4
Lakshmi Mill Co.
100
Lambodhara Texti
10
Lovable Lingerie Ltd
10
Loyal Textiles M
10
*Mafatlal Ind
10
Mandhana Industries
10
Maral Overseas
10
Maxwell Industries L
2
Momai Apparels
10
Monte Carlo Fashions 10
Morarjee Textiles Li
7
Nahar Indust.Ent
10
Nahar Spg Mills
5
Nandan Denim
10
Nirlon
10
Nitin Spinners
10
Orbit Exports Li
10
*Page Industries Ltd.
10
Pasupati Acrylon
10
PBM Polytex
10
PDS Multi. Fashions
10
Pearl Global Industr
10
Premco Global Li
10
*Rajapalayam Mill
10
Rajlaxmi Industries
1
Raymond Ltd
10
RSR Mohota Spg.
10
RSWM Ltd.
10
Ruby Mills
5
Rupa & Company L
1

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

Latest Qtr. Year

Databank

1906 21.2
5450
2356
1976 9.3
1572
241 68.5
566 9.6
43
428
-

475
28832
13612
693
132
10200
501
555
692
739
330
111
128
2847
6295
144
505
286
378
480
499
2305
444
1365
613
531
199
511
219
1551
544
3335
955
2949
473
473
470
193
4836
2968
1308
207
474
496
728
348
1664
337
528
159
1191
371
1157
1500
879
2138
499
720
16863
143
114
616
561
192
522
122
3997
526
1825
589
3025

23
48.0
12.2
6.4
20.5
25.8
17.2
179.6
64.3
29.2
10.1
8.1
12.8
12.2
11.3
13.1
32.6
11.2
6.9
10.9
27.6
21.4
12.8
7.1
49.7
16.7
36.2
80.9
24.8
14.5
13.1
10.1
9.4
63.8
19.8
9.7
21.7
10.0
47.3
8.7
25.5
85.4
6.7
8.6
48.2
15.6
22.1
30.0
211.2
7.6
4.3
43.4

Entprise Value
(` Cr)

Trailing P/E Ratio

100/22
199/68
550/300
6/3
55/30
124/69
1379/505
1356/536
70/12
453/222
155/76
551/292
63/34
35/19
33/18
744/398
146/12
579/308
29/17
785/203
97/16
455/230

166
1238
512
3147
343
842
1412
8717
274
159
412
1372
401
3209
277
7260
904
161
93
9737
525
674

64.5
14.4
15.2
12.3
14.4
24.4
6.2
15.0
7.5
27.3
14.1
8.4
12.7
16.9
12.0
15.3
8.2
66.8

1309
406.9
3.7 1.40 0.6
0.1
0.0
- 0.0
0.1
0.1
- 0.0
0.6
0.2
- 0.0
-0.2 -0.1
- 0.0
0.8
0.1
- 0.3
20.1 21.1
- 0.9
19.2 18.3 4.00 0.1
0.1
0.1
- 0.0
21.3
6.0 0.70 0.0
0.0
0.0
- 0.0
7.6
6.2 1.00 0.6
0.2
0.0
- 0.0
9.6
1.7
- 0.0
31.0 37.3 10.00 0.1
0.1
0.1
- 0.0
-72.5 -20.6
- 1.7
11.3
1.9
- 0.3
280.9 11.9 1.70 1.3
0.0
0.0
- 0.0
30.7 11.6 2.00 2.9
47.9
0.5 0.25 0.3
11.2
1.8
- 0.0
2.5
0.8
- 0.2
0.4
0.0
- 0.0
0.6
0.0
- 0.0
0.1
0.0
- 0.0
0.4
0.0
- 0.0
7.0
6.5 1.50 0.0
26.2
4.4
- 13.2
1.0
0.2
- 0.1
1.6
1.1
- 0.0
8.5
1.2
- 0.1
434.0 64.9
- 0.0
-0.2 -0.0
- 0.2

3.9
0.4
0.6
2.8
-5.8
2.2
23.1
18.5
1.2
17.5
0.5
18.2
1.2
4.3
13.6
0.1
-17.6
15.5
21.6
0.3
9.9
3.4
35.2
11.8
1.2
1.7
1.4
0.1
16.5
21.1
1.2
11.0
3.1
77.1
-0.7

1503
1503
1503
1412
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

3317.9 72.8
28
0.6
0.0
- 2063
8.8
-0.6
57
0.1
0.1 1412N
0.4 158
33.1
0.9
47
120.9
7.6
36
30.5
3.8
24
11.4
0.1
88
172.9
5.3
28
0.4
-0.1
34.3
1.3
22
0.0
-0.1
23.0
2.1
- -63
122.2
7.1
2
2.3
0.0
- -21
296.2 -85.2
2
69.1
3.2
- -17
843.2 45.2
14
454.7 14.9
8
5030.9 38.0
- -37
28.0
9.8
- 2048
1.2
-0.1
- -34
0.3
0.1
- -96
0.6
0.3
- -95
0.1
-0.1
- 391
175.1
-0.1
- -78
71.2
1.4 1503N 211.7
19
3667.5
-9.3
-9
49.9
0.1
41
5.9
0.6
- 1786
0.0
-0.5
- -43
77.5 -373.7
- -14
-0.1
-0.2
- -35

0.0
4.6
-

174
-0
-

74.99 25 15.09
20.40 0 3.18
1.03 0 0.00
0.06 0 0.00
21.68 0 0.00
44.42 2 0.15
74.36 0 0.00
53.14 0 9.62
6.67 0 0.00
51.02 0 10.07
0.56 0 0.00
55.42 0 2.20
7.86 0 0.00
46.00 0 30.79
30.71 0 6.05
20.52 0 0.00
51.90 0 0.48
69.17 0 7.32
58.81 0 6.02
- 0 0.00
67.71 14 14.52
89.92 0 6.20
74.51 0 0.00
25.94 0 0.00
13.99 0 0.00
15.60 0 0.00
20.77 0 0.00
67.99 6 0.00
74.99 0 0.00
90.00 0 2.08
20.88 0 1.62
7.87 0 0.00
67.92 0 9.47
52.34 15 5.09
71.19 0 0.00

88.3
0.7
1.5
0.5
1.2
1.6
3.5
8.4
0.9
16.2
1.6
6.7
0.6
23.0
7.1
2.3
34.3
10.9
18.4
13.9
92.1
0.6
0.7
1.5
1.5
0.6
3.9
11.1
27.4
0.8
0.1
13.6
55.1
1.6

9739
88.55
347
221.00
974
668.50
712
196.50
238
60.75
907
94.50
111
116.85
295
282.40
95
189.10
827
233.00
571 1140.00
103
84.60
333
25.50
112
20.30
610
733.75
350
341.00
162
45.85
95
16.05
3990
169.50
550
348.00
444
167.80
4805
48.05
1088 173.10XB
266
88.65
152
6.99
139
7.01
311
58.10
297
13.05
210
195.30
917
152.90
2335
511.25
268
181.40
323
46.40
148
22.10
226
9.04

804/88
228/162
790/295
330/156
77/2
630/84
117/46
306/109
440/80
251/66
1208/118
207/36
34/12
42/17
844/494
346/50
64/39
20/9
200/76
352/198
190/96
88/42
177/30
130/40
57/6
68/5
67/30
30/10
249/89
234/132
615/381
198/99
50/23
47/17
19/2

15492
346
974
712
238
913
166
300
95
828
571
122
333
112
564
349
957
111
5242
550
1233
4745
1089
270
152
135
311
297
198
2147
2340
268
332
2337
231

23
23.9
5.5
15.4
38.8
13.5
11.6
19.7
8.4
14.2
14.5
97.0
30.1
35.0
154.6
37.9
0.3
-

0.0
1.5
1.2
0.5

13.0
12.0
8.2
13.1

1503
1503
1503
1503

1497.5 292.7
804.1
-3.4
139.5
1.9
565.6 21.5

11
12
-9
9

61.79 0 33.20
70.78 98 10.16
74.82 0 0.00
66.86 0 8.43

22.9
46.0
0.5
23.0

326
41147
50.9 66 8938
19.3 237 3780
40.5 314 5592
122.0 -1
0
23.1 214 1579
45.4 48 6125
4.2 10652 13198
13.2 15
40
7.7 402 1896

0.3
0.9
1.0
0.0
0.0
2.6
0.4
0.5
1.3

19.1
21.3
23.5
-0.5
20.4
23.2
19.9
15.6
33.8

1503
1503
1503
1412
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

2259.8 182.4
893.5 154.3
1433.7 89.4
0.0
-0.8 1412N
0.0
275.1 15.6 1503Q 275.1
1503.6 85.9
3312.0 332.6 1503H 6665.0
10.0
1.4
465.0 34.0
-

3
14
5
-99
-29
6
3
0
18

-2.5
15.6
656.1
-

16
-44
87
-

53.7 13.40
12.9 4.00
1.1
10.0 1.50

2800
645.1 12.7
488.8 50.6
299.0 73.9
-3.6 -0.3
101.2 43.9
253.3 11.2
897.9 2117.1
15.1
2.3
103.8 135.5

2.00
2.40
10.00
10.00
1.50
50.00
1.00
33.80

Sales
(` Cr)
-

44.05 12 40.12 131.5


58.29 0 30.91 14.9
50.76 0 29.40 61.2
37.94 89 6.64 39.5
73.99 0 9.32 28.1
52.34 0 16.39 62.9
27.31 0 18.59 30.4
74.92 0 0.90
6.1
46.34 0 0.14 20.4

35863
3565
385
1985

52-Week
High/Low

84.50
188.70
541.30
3.76
50.75
78.85
1212.00
1307.05
35.00
320.00
109.60
526.40
55.90
32.70
30.20
715.10
48.50XB
566.50
23.75
774.45
89.15
325.40

(17/07/15)

Market Cap
(` Cr)
126
744
452
125
110
324
1136
7505
275
98
183
862
120
1664
281
4552
896
249
96
7780
350
635

CMP (`)

No. of Shareholder
(in 000)
5.1
7.5
2.9
63.0
8.1
5.4
9.7
51.2
1.6
5.1
6.2
5.3
22.8
57.7
10.8
20.4
1.3
3.4
2.2
37.5
6.8
3.1

507
11824 1448
U1503 195.0 412 5574 1047.6
U1503 246.7* 107 3523 318.7
U1503
50.2 13 531
5.5
1503
15.1 75 2197 75.9

U1503
1503
U1503
1403
1412
U1503
1409
U1503
U1503

Inst. Stake (%)

Prom. Stake (%)

23 0.07
0 4.67
0 17.11
100 0.03
0 0.00
15 5.12
0 6.69
0 26.62
0 0.19
0 0.01
7 0.41
12 0.03
0 0.00
0 2.19
0 0.84
0 23.57
0 1.54
0 1.18
0 0.00
0 8.48
0 1.88
0 9.60

Pledged (%)

NP Growth (%)

51.86
47.35
55.20
15.77
74.93
70.67
67.06
52.37
26.31
48.09
55.94
63.82
56.55
66.57
74.80
61.85
52.96
74.04
74.99
73.48
70.09
59.48

NP (` Cr)

104
-

Sales Growth (%)

1.6
-

1.3
13.1
35.5
-2.7
4.1
-6.4
84.1
53.6
0.1
51.5
7.3
70.5
1.9
2.3
3.6
56.4
0.1
32.4
2.0
50.8
10.9
4.9

Year / Months

6
4
15
-35
-2
-53
15
9
-80
5
12
1
23
-3
9
13
17
12
-6
27
-3
-6

1.9
51.6
29.7
-90.7
8.9
-32.9
78.8
307.7
0.9
15.8
12.2
115.5
4.0
117.8
33.4
359.1
1.7
21.4
8.0
510.1
42.8
9.5

NP
(` Cr)

Latest Qtr. Year

29.0
1.3
362.1 14.5
60.7
8.3
792.1 -40.9
113.1
0.7
21.7
-0.9
479.9 32.1
862.1 58.8
0.5
0.1
50.4 11.1
168.8
-4.5
468.1 27.4
187.3
1.6 1506Q 187.3
978.0 40.4
111.3
5.9
1448.7 90.2
18.1
0.8
18.0
3.6
44.6
-1.1
1112.1 134.6
190.7 11.4
84.0
1.6
-

106
1477
267
2326
465
89
1510
3614
5
221
705
1878
679
3784
514
5887
61
102
168
4408
835
325

Sales
(` Cr)

RONW (%)

1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1506
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503
1503

EPS (`)

3.3
13.5
19.3
-8.3
5.8
-12.7
18.1
12.8
2.0
14.8
3.9
20.0
3.9
9.8
10.0
11.2
7.1
14.5
6.7
32.7
27.4
5.1

NP (` Cr)

0.7
1.5
0.7
2.6
1.7
1.8
0.6
0.8
0.0
0.7
1.0
1.1
4.7
1.8
0.0
1.0
0.4
0.0
0.1
2.0
1.6
0.2

39
97
185
33
71
63
464
286
5
348
142
353
28
24
36
504
1
336
29
155
40
95

57623
95 14933
10
5
10
5
6
43
1
0
4
95
92 508
99 113
10
11
34 625
11
0
34 120
1
0
41
36
274 512
51
8
117 1159
12 279
55 3113
10
7
117 1855
14 18284
5
86
7
9
2
1
2
2
1
10
17 294
39 243
21 14703
17 170
10
9
18
2
-44 381
1
0

MARKET RELATED DATA

DERatio

951
110.0
15.7
14.6
3.6
3.9*
19.2
9.5
10.4*
5.0
7.1
5.0
12.1
13.1
11.0
8.3
10.3
35.2
59.2
23.5
15.8*
26.5
100.0
31.4
3.0
21.7
19.8
5.4
114.0
10.7
60.0
45.7
14.8
13.9
66.8
25.0

SHAREHOLDINGS

YEAR TO DATE

Div (`)

U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1403
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1403
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
1406
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503
U1503

LATEST QTR.

2.00
8.00
1.00
10.00
10.00
2.50
1.20
10.00
1.00
0.60
1.00
10.00
4.50
0.63
10.50
3.10

Bk Val (`)

CEqt. (` Cr)

U1503
14.9
U1503
39.4
U1503
8.4
U1503 331.3
U1503
21.6
U1503
41.1
1503
9.4
1503
57.4
U1503
39.2
U1503
3.1
1503
16.7
U1503
16.4
1503
21.5
U1503 508.8
U1503
93.0
U1503
63.7
U1503 18.5*
1503
4.4
1503
4.0
U1503 100.5*
U1503
39.2
U1503
19.5

Sales (` Cr)

Samtex Fashions
10
Sangam India Ltd
10
Sarla Performance Fi
10
SEL Manufacturing Co 10
Shiva Texyarn Ltd.
10
Shree Ram Urban Infr 10
Siyaram Silk
10
*SRF Ltd.
10
SRK Industries
5
Super Sales India
10
*Suryalakshmi Cot
10
Sutlej Textiles & In
10
*T T Ltd.
10
Trident Ltd.
10
Vardhman Acrylics Lt
10
Vardhman Textiles Lt
10
Visagar Polytex Ltd.
1
Voith Paper Fabrics
10
VTM Ltd.
1
Welspun India
10
Welspun Syntex
10
Zodiac Clothing
10
89 TRADING
IND. COMPOSITE
Adani Enterprises Lt
1
Adhiraj Distributors
10
Appu Marketing
10
Arihant Multi Commer
1
Birdhi Chand Pannala
1
CCL International Lt
2
Chaman Lal Setia
10
Control Print Ltd.
10
Creative Merchants
10
D-Link (India)
2
Dwitiya Trading
10
Freshtrop Fruits
10
Grandma Trading
1
Hexa Tradex Ltd.
2
India Motor Part
10
Kalpa Commercial
10
Kohinoor Foods Ltd.
10
Kothari Petroche
10
KRBL Ltd.
1
Legacy Mercantile
10
LT Foods Ltd.
10
MMTC Ltd.
1
MSR India
5
Nyssa Corporation
1
Pearl Agriculture
1
Pearl Electronics
1
Quasar India Ltd.
1
Shree Global Tra
5
Singer India
10
State Trading
10
Sunrise Asian
10
Svaraj Trd & Age
10
Uniphos Enterprises
2
UnitedBreweries(Hol)
10
Vaarad Ventures
1
90 TRANSPORT
IND. COMPOSITE
Container Corpor
10
IL&FS Transportation
10
North Eastern Carry
10
*TCI Ltd.
2
91 TYRES AND TUBES
IND. COMPOSITE
Apollo Tyres
1
Balkrishna Ind.
2
Ceat Ltd.
10
Dunlop India
10
Goodyear India
10
JK Tyre & Industries
2
MRF Ltd
10
PTL Enterprises
2
TVS Srichakra Lt
10

Year / Months

Company Name

Face Value

AUDITED ANNUAL

29
1839.35 1944/1204 33298 34.2
144.50
257/137 7071 11.2
76.60
98/72 454 69.4
262.30
303/188 2239 26.1

9631
189.20
249/155 10304
6528
675.35
855/536 8089
3009
744.00 1009/487 3904
151
12.41
32/10 427
1321
572.75
720/502 956
2213
97.55
163/52 4243
15365 36229.15 42799/22433 16473
257
38.90
54/31 298
1722 2249.00 2412/625 1979

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12.8
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533096
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532727
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523269
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532683
532331
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531082
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533573
531147
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Company
20 Microns Ltd.
3i Infotech
3M India Ltd.
8K Miles Software
A2Z Infra Engineer
Aarti Drugs Ltd
Aarti Ind. Ltd
Aarvee Denims an
Aban Offshore
ABB India
Abbott India Ltd.
ABC Bearings Ltd.
ABG Infralogistics
ABG Shipyard
ABM Knowledgeware
ACC
Accel Frontline
Accelya Kale Solut
Achal Investments
ACI Infocom Ltd.
Acrysil Ltd.
Action Construction
Adani Enterprises Lt
Adani Ports & Speci
Adani Power Ltd.
ADC India Communicat
ADF Foods Ltd.
Adhiraj Distributors
Adhunik Industries
Adhunik Metaliks
Adi Finechem
Aditya Birla Chemica
Aditya Birla Money L
Aditya Birla Nuvo
AdlabsEntertainment
Ador Fontech Ltd
Ador Welding Ltd.
Advani Hotels
Advanta
Aegis Logistics Ltd.
AGC Networks
Agro Tech Foods Ltd.
Ahluwalia Contra
AIA Engineering
Ajanta Pharma Lt
Ajmera Realty & Infr
AK Capital Services
Aksh Optifibre
AksharChem (India)
Akzo Nobel India Ltd
Alankit
Albert David Ltd
Alembic Ltd.
Alembic Pharmaceutic
Alicon Castalloy
Allahabad Bank
Allcargo Logistics
Allied Digital Servi
Alok Industries Ltd.
Alpha Geo (India
Alps Motor Finance
Alstom India
Alstom T&D India
Amara Raja Batt.
Ambika Cotton Mi
Ambuja Cements Ltd.
Amrit Corp. Ltd.
Amrutanjan Health Ca
Amtek Auto Ltd.
Anant Raj Ltd.
Andhra Bank
Andhra Cement
Andhra Petro
Andhra Sugars Lt
Andrew Yule & Co
Anil Ltd.
Anjani Portland
Ansal Housing
Ansal Properties & I
Anuh Pharma Ltd
Apar Industries
Apcotex Industries L
APL Apollo Tubes
Aplaya Creations
APM Industries
Apollo Hospitals
Apollo Tyres
Appu Marketing
Aptech Ltd.
Arcotech Ltd.
Aries Agro Ltd.
Arihant Multi Commer
Arihant Superstructu
Arman Financial Serv
Arnold Holdings
Aro Granite Indu
Arrow Coated Pro
Arshiya
Artson Engg.
Arvind Ltd.

44

Ind.
Code

NSE
Code

62 20MICRONS
23 3IINFOTECH
30
3MINDIA
23
8KMILES
37
A2ZINFRA
73 AARTIDRUGS
19
AARTIIND
88 AARVEEDEN
67
ABAN
33
ABB
73 ABBOTINDIA
10
57
84
ABGSHIP
23
16
ACC
23
AFL
23
ACCELYA
46
22
18
38
ACE
89
ADANIENT
63 ADANIPORTS
77 ADANIPOWER
87
40 ADFFOODS
89
54
54
ADHUNIK
19
ADI
20
ABCIL
46 BIRLAMONEY
88 ABIRLANUVO
39
ADLABS
37
37 ADORWELD
52 ADVANIHOTR
50
ADVANTA
57 AEGISCHEM
23
AGCNET
32
ATFL
24 AHLUCONT
15
AIAENG
73 AJANTPHARM
24
AJMERA
46
13 AKSHOPTFBR
31
69
AKZOINDIA
46
ALANKIT
73
73 ALEMBICLTD
73
APLLTD
15
ALICON
44
ALBK
57 ALLCARGO
23
ADSL
88
ALOKTEXT
67 ALPHAGEO
46
78
AIL
78 ALSTOMT&D
6 AMARAJABAT
88
AMBIKCO
16 AMBUJACEM
32
73 AMRUTANJAN
6 AMTEKAUTO
24
ANANTRAJ
44 ANDHRABANK
16 ANDHRACEMT
19
30 ANDHRSUGAR
30
63
16
24 ANSALHSG
24
ANSALAPI
73
35
APARINDS
82 APCOTEXIND
54 APLAPOLLO
63
88
51 APOLLOHOSP
91 APOLLOTYRE
89
23
APTECHT
61 ARCOTECH
71
ARIES
89
24
46
46
49 AROGRANITE
76 ARROWCOAT
57
ARSHIYA
37
88
ARVIND

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Company

Company Index
Ind.
Code

Arvind Remedies
Asahi India Glass
Asahi Songwon Colors
Ashapura Intimates F
Ashapura Min. Lt
Ashiana Housing Ltd.
Ashok Leyland
Ashoka Buildcon Ltd.
Asian Granito India
Asian Hotels (East)
Asian Hotels (North)
Asian Hotels (West)
Asian Oilfield S
Asian Paints Ltd.
Assam Company
Asso. Alcohols
Asso. Stone Indu
Astec Lifesciences L
Astra Microwave
Astral Poly Technik
AstraZeneca Pharma I
Asya Infosoft
Atlanta Ltd.
Atlas Jewellery
Atul Auto Ltd
Atul Ltd.
Aurionpro Solutions
Aurobindo Pharma
AutoCorpn of Goa
Autumn Builders
Avanti Feeds Lim
AVT Natural Prod
Axis Bank Ltd.
AXISCADES Engineer
B L Kashyap & Sons
Bajaj Auto Ltd.
Bajaj Corp Ltd.
Bajaj Electrical
Bajaj Finance L
Bajaj Finserv Ltd.
Bajaj HindusthanSuga
Bajaj Holdings & Inv
Balaji Amines Li
Balaji Telefilms Ltd
Balasore Alloys
Balkrishna Ind.
Ballarpur Ind.
Balmer Lawrie &
Balmer Lawrie Invest
Balrampur Chini
Banco Products
Bank of Baroda
Bank of India
Bank of Maharash
Bannari Amman Spinni
Bannari Amman Su
Banswara Syntex
BASF India Lt
Bata India
BayerCropscience
BEML Ltd.
Benares Hotels
Bengal & Assam Compa
Berger Paints I
BF Investment Ltd.
BF Utilities Ltd.
BGR Energy Systems
Bhageria Dye-Che
Bhagyanagar India Lt
Bhansali Engg.Po
Bharat Bijlee
Bharat Electroni
Bharat Forge
Bharat Heavy Ele
Bharat Immunolog
Bharat Petroleum
Bharat Rasayan
Bharat Seats
Bharti Airtel
Bharti Infratel Ltd.
Bhartiya Interna
Bhushan Steel Ltd.
Bilcare Ltd.
Bimetal Bear.
Binani Industrie
Binny Ltd.
Binny Mills Ltd.
Biocon
Birdhi Chand Pannala
Birla Corporation Lt
Birla Ericsson
Black Rose Industrie
Bliss GVS Pharma
Blue Dart Expres
Blue Star
Blue Star Infotech
Bodal Chemicals
Bombay Burmah
Bombay Dyeing
Bombay Rayon Fashion

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NSE
Code

73 ARVINDREM
48 ASAHIINDIA
31 ASAHISONG
88
62 ASHAPURMIN
24
ASHIANA
8
ASHOKLEY
24
ASHOKA
18 ASIANTILES
52
AHLEAST
52 ASIANHOTNR
52
AHLWEST
67
69 ASIANPAINT
75
ASSAMCO
11
62
71
ASTEC
87 ASTRAMICRO
76
ASTRAL
73
ASTRAZEN
45
53
ATLANTA
88
5
ATULAUTO
31
ATUL
23 AURIONPRO
73 AUROPHARMA
6
24
4 AVANTIFEED
32
AVTNPL
43
AXISBANK
23 AXISCADES
24 BLKASHYAP
5 BAJAJ-AUTO
40 BAJAJCORP
25 BAJAJELEC
46 BAJFINANCE
46 BAJAJFINSV
86 BAJAJHIND
46 BAJAJHLDNG
19 BALAMINES
39 BALAJITELE
54
91 BALKRISIND
70 BALLARPUR
30 BALMLAWRIE
46
86 BALRAMCHIN
6 BANCOINDIA
44 BANKBARODA
44
BANKINDIA
44 MAHABANK
88
BASML
86 BANARISUG
88 BANSWRAS
19
BASF
56
BATAINDIA
71 BAYERCROP
38
BEML
52
46
69 BERGEPAINT
46
BFINVEST
77
BFUTILITIE
37 BGRENERGY
31
13 BHAGYNAGAR
72
BEPL
35
BBL
33
BEL
15 BHARATFORG
38
BHEL
73
80
BPCL
71 BHARATRAS
6
64 BHARTIARTL
53
INFRATEL
56
BIL
54 BHUSANSTL
68
10
63
BINANIIND
88
88
73
BIOCON
89
16 BIRLACORPN
13
BIRLAERIC
88
73
BLISSGVS
27
BLUEDART
25 BLUESTARCO
23 BLUESTINFO
31 BODALCHEM
75
BBTC
88 BOMDYEING
88
BRFL

Ticker
502219
500530
500074
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500825
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538858
511196
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533267
532938
538476
511505
524742
531595
509486
513375
533260
532282
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531900
519600
500878
532885
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500085
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538504
534804
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500093
500480
530843
532173
532175
530393
533160
533146
500096
526821
533309
500097
532528
533151
532772
502820
523367
523369
500117
590031
502137
512068
531826
532760
500645
506401
532848

Company

Borosil Glass
Bosch Ltd.
BPL Ltd.
Brigade Enterprises
Britannia Ind.
Brooks Laboratories
BS
Butterfly Gandhima
Cadila Healthcar
Cairn India Ltd.
Cambridge Technology
Camlin Fine Sciences
Camphor & Allied
CamsonBioTechnology
Can Fin Homes
Canara Bank
Cantabil Retail Indi
Capital First
Capital Trade Links
Capital Trust Lt
Caplin Point Lab
Capri Global Capital
Caprihans India
Carborundum Uni.
Career Point
Castex Technologies
Castrol India
CCL International Lt
CCL Products India
Ceat Ltd.
Central Bank
Centum Electronics L
Century Enka
Century Plyboard
Century Textiles
Cera Sanitaryware Lt
Cerebra Integrat
CESC Ltd.
Chaman Lal Setia
Chambal Fertilis
Chartered Logistics
CHD Developers Ltd.
Chembond Chemica
Chennai Petro.
Cheviot Co Ltd
Cholamandalam Invest
Cigniti Technologies
Cimmco
Cipla
City Union Bank
Clariant Chemicals (
Claris Lifesciences
CMC Ltd.
CMI FPE Ltd.
CMI L
CNI Research Ltd.
Coal India Ltd.
Colgate Palm.
Commercial Engineers
Compuage Infocom Ltd
Consolidated Finvest
Container Corpor
Control Print Ltd.
Coral Labs.
Coromandel Engg.
Coromandel Internati
Corporation Bank
Cosmo Films
Country Club Hospita
Cox & Kings L
Creative Merchants
Credit Analysis & Re
Crisil
Crompton Greaves
Cummins India Lt
Cupid Ltd.
Cybertech System
Cyient Ltd.
D B (International)
D B Realty Ltd.
D-Link (India)
Dabur India
Dai Ichi Karkari
Dalmia Bharat
Dalmia Bharat Sugar
Datamatics Global Se
DB Corp Ltd.
DCB Bank
DCM Ltd.
DCM Shriram
DCM Shriram In
DCW Ltd.
De Nora India Ltd.
Deccan Cements
Deccan Gold Mines
Dee Kartavya Fin
Deep Industries
Deepak Fertilisers
Deepak Nitrite
Delta Corp Ltd.

Ind.
Code

NSE
Code

48
6
BOSCHLTD
25
BPL
24
BRIGADE
40
BRITANNIA
73
BROOKS
87
BSLIMITED
25 BUTTERFLY
73
CADILAHC
67
CAIRN
23
CTE
19 CAMLINFINE
19
50
45 CANFINHOME
44
CANBK
88
CANTABIL
46
CAPF
46
46
73 CAPLIPOINT
46
CGCL
76
37 CARBORUNIV
63
CAREERP
6 CASTEXTECH
58 CASTROLIND
89
75
CCL
91
CEATLTD
44 CENTRALBK
33
CENTUM
88
CENTENKA
55 CENTURYPLY
30 CENTURYTEX
18
CERA
22 CEREBRAINT
77
CESC
89
42 CHAMBLFERT
57
24
19
80 CHENNPETRO
88
46
CHOLAFIN
23 CIGNITITEC
30
CIMMCO
73
CIPLA
43
CUB
31
CLNINDIA
73
22
CMC
38
13
39
62
COALINDIA
40
COLPAL
37
CEBBCO
22
46 CONSOFINVT
90
CONCOR
89
73
37
42 COROMANDEL
44 CORPBANK
76 COSMOFILMS
52
CCHHL
63 COX&KINGS
89
83 CARERATING
83
CRISIL
33 CROMPGREAV
37 CUMMINSIND
26
23 CYBERTECH
23
CYIENT
46 DBSTOCKBRO
24
DBREALTY
89 DLINKINDIA
40
DABUR
19
63 DALMIABHA
86 DALMIASUG
23 DATAMATICS
59
DBCORP
43
DCBBANK
88
DCM
30 DCMSHRIRAM
86
72
DCW
37
DENORA
16 DECCANCE
62
46
83
DEEPIND
42 DEEPAKFERT
19 DEEPAKNTR
24 DELTACORP

Ticker
533137
532121
511072
519588
500119
532180
503637
507717
506405
533336
523736
538902
538450
522163
500089
506414
526927
500068
532839
532526
532488
532868
522261
533176
500124
523618
523890
509130
538608
505242
532820
532751
532491
532927
534839
538708
532922
532696
505200
500125
523127
500840
523708
500123
532322
505700
500128
533264
522074
590087
504000
531162
533208
504008
532737
509525
532178
533477
532287
532700
523754
530323
533261
500133
500495
532787
500134
500630
533704
500135
534927
500136
531508
508906
532684
532511
500650
500086
505790
531599
500139
500469
505744
500141
590024
533896
532768
526227
526881
533333
500144
500940
532809
533638
532518
522017
503831
507552
502865

Company

Den Networks Ltd.


Dena Bank
Dewan Housing
DFM Foods Limi
Dhampur Sugar
Dhanlaxmi Bank
Dhanleela Investment
Dhanuka Agritech Ltd
Dharamsi Morar.
Dhunseri Investments
Dhunseri Petrochem L
Dhunseri Tea & Indus
Dhyana Finstock
Diamond Power Infras
DIC India
DIL
Dion Global Solution
Disa India Ltd.
Dish TV India Ltd.
Dishman Pharmaceutic
Divis Lab
DLF Ltd.
Dolphin Offshore Ent
DQ Entertainment (In
Dr. Reddys Labs
Dredging Corpora
DS Kulkarni Develope
Dunlop India
Dwitiya Trading
Dynamatic Techno
E-Land Apparel
Easun Reyrolle L
ECE Industries
eClerx Services
Eco Friendly Food Pr
Econo Trade (India)
Edelweiss Fin. Ser
Educomp Solutions
Eicher Motors
EID Parry
EIH Associated
EIH Ltd.
Eimco Elecon Ind
Elantas Beck India L
Elder Pharma
Elecon Engg.
Electrosteel Cas
Electrosteel Steels
Elgi Equipments
Elgi Rubber Co.
Ellenbarrie Ind. Gas
Elpro Internl.
Emami Ltd.
Emami Paper Mill
Emco Ltd.
Emkay Global Financi
Empire Inds.
Engineers India
Enkei Wheels (India)
Entegra Ltd.
Entertainment Networ
EPC Industrie Ltd.
Era Infra Engineerin
Eros International M
Esab India
Escorts Ltd.
Ess Dee Aluminium Lt
Essar Oil Ltd.
Essar Ports
Essar Shipping
Essel Propack Ltd.
Esteem Bio Organic F
Ester India
Eveready Industr
Everest Industries L
Everest Kanto Cylind
Excel Crop Care Ltd.
Excel Industries
Exide Inds.
Fag Bearings Ind
FDC Ltd.
Fedders Lloyd Co
Federal Bank
Federal-Mogul Goetze
Ferro Alloys
Fertilisers & Ch
Fervent Synergies L
FIEM Industries
Filatex India
Financial Technolog.
Fineotex Chemical Lt
Finolex Cables
Finolex Industri
Firstsource Solution
Flexituff Internatio
Florence Investech
Fluidomat
Fomento Resorts
Foods & Inns
Forbes & Company Ltd

Ind.
Code

NSE
Code

39
DEN
44 DENABANK
45
DHFL
40
86 DHAMPURSUG
43 DHANBANK
46
71
DHANUKA
42
46
DHUNINV
72
DPL
75
DTIL
46
12 DIAPOWER
59
DICIND
73
23
38
39
DISHTV
73
DISHMAN
73
DIVISLAB
24
DLF
67 DOLPHINOFF
39
DQE
73
DRREDDY
63 DREDGECORP
24 DSKULKARNI
91
89
37 DYNAMATECH
88
ELAND
33 EASUNREYRL
33
ECEIND
23
ECLERX
1
46
46 EDELWEISS
23
EDUCOMP
8 EICHERMOT
86
EIDPARRY
52 EIHAHOTELS
52
EIHOTEL
38 EIMCOELECO
19
73 ELDERPHARM
38
ELECON
15 ELECTCAST
54
ESL
21 ELGIEQUIP
82 ELGIRUBCO
63
33
40
EMAMILTD
70
35
EMCO
46
EMKAY
48
79 ENGINERSIN
6
77
ENTEGRA
39
ENIL
63
24
ERAINFRA
39 EROSMEDIA
37
ESABINDIA
9
ESCORTS
68
ESSDEE
80
ESSAROIL
84 ESSARPORTS
85 ESSARSHPNG
68 ESSELPACK
1
68
ESTER
25 EVEREADY
17 EVERESTIND
68
EKC
71 EXCELCROP
71 EXCELINDUS
6
EXIDEIND
10 FAGBEARING
73
FDC
25 FEDDERLOYD
43 FEDERALBNK
6 FMGOETZE
41
42
FACT
73
6
FIEMIND
88
FILATEX
23 FINANTECH
19
FCL
13 FINCABLES
72
FINPIPE
23
FSL
68
FLEXITUFF
46
37
52
40
88
-

Ticker

Company

500033 Force Motors


532843 Fortis Healthcare
523696 Fortis Malar Hospita
530023 Fortune Financia
500150 Foseco India Lim
530077 Freshtrop Fruits
506803 Fulford (India)
533400 Future Consumer Ent.
536507 Future Lifestyle
523574 Future Retail
507488 G M Breweries Ltd.
505714 Gabriel India
532155 GAIL (India) Ltd.
533265 Gallantt Ispat Ltd.
532726 Gallantt Metal
509550 Gammon India
532959 Gammon Infrastructur
513108 Gandhi Special
526367 Ganesh Housing
514167 Ganesha Ecosphere
500155 Garden Silk Mill
500655 Garware Poly.
509557 Garware-Wall Rop
532622 Gateway Distriparks
532345 Gati Ltd.
532767 Gayatri Projects
535431 GCM Securities Ltd.
532764 GeeCee Ventures
506109 Genesys Int.Corp.
538961 Genus Paper & Boards
530343 Genus Power Infrastr
GENUSPOWER
532285 Geojit BNP Paribas
532312 Geometric Ltd.
500171 GHCL
511676 GIC Housing Fi
532716 Gillanders Arbut
507815 Gillette India Ltd.
590025 Ginni Filaments
GIR Natureview
532715 Gitanjali Gems
504704 GKW L
500660 GlaxoSmithKline Phar
500676 GlaxoSmithKlineConsu
532296 Glenmark Pharma
531463 Global Infratech & F
501848 Global Offshore Ser
532773 Global Vectra Helico
526025 Globus Power Gen
533104 Globus Spirits Ltd.
538595 Gloster L
505255 GMM Pfaudler Ltd
532754 GMR Infrastructure L
532734 Godawari Power & Isp
500163 Godfrey Philips
532424 Godrej Consumer Prod
500164 Godrej Industries Lt
533150 Godrej Properties Lt
538787 Goenka Business
532630 Gokaldas Exports
532980 Gokul Refoils & Solv
532786 GOL Offshore Ltd.
538180 Goldline Intl.
530655 Good Luck Steel
500166 Goodricke Group
500168 Goodyear India
532543 GP Petroleums
533761 GPT Infraprojects
780002 Gracious Software
504369 Grandma Trading
532482 Granules India L
509488 Graphite India Ltd.
500300 Grasim Inds.
505710 Grauer & Weil
509546 Graviss Hospitality
533282 Gravita India Ltd.
500620 Great Eastern
501455 Greaves Cotton
538743 Green Field Agri
531737 Greencrest Financial
538979 Greenlam Industries
526797 Greenply Industr
506076 Grindwell Norton
509152 GRP L
511288 GRUH Finance Li
500690 GSFC
532775 GTL Infrastructure
500160 GTL Ltd.
509079 Gufic BioSciences Lt
530001 Guj. Alkalie & C
524226 Guj. Amb.Exports
523768 Guj. Borosil Ltd
500173 Guj. Fluorochemi
517300 Guj. Industries
532181 Guj. Mineral Dev
512579 Guj. NRE Coke
518029 Guj. Sidhee Ceme
522217 Gujarat Apollo Indus
500670 Gujarat Narmada Vall
513536 Gujarat Natural Res

Ind.
Code

NSE
Code

8
51
FORTIS
51
46
19 FOSECOIND
89
73
63
FCEL
81
FLFL
81
FRL
11
GMBREW
6
GABRIEL
67
GAIL
54
GALLISPAT
54
GALLANTT
24 GAMMONIND
53 GAMMNINFRA
54 GANDHITUBE
24 GANESHHOUC
88
GANECOS
88 GARDENSILK
68
88 GARWALLROP
63
GDL
27
GATI
24
GAYAPROJ
46
71
GEECEE
23
GENESYS
70 GENUSPAPER
33
46 GEOJITBNPP
23 GEOMETRIC
20
GHCL
45 GICHSGFIN
30 GILLANDERS
40
GILLETTE
88
GINNIFILA
52 GIRRESORTS
29
GITANJALI
37 GKWLIMITED
73
GLAXO
40
GSKCONS
73 GLENMARK
46
85 GLOBOFFS
2 GLOBALVECT
77
11 GLOBUSSPR
88
38
53
GMRINFRA
54
GPIL
40 GODFRYPHLP
40 GODREJCP
40 GODREJIND
24 GODREJPROP
46
88
GOKEX
32
GOKUL
85 GTOFFSHORE
46
54 GOODLUCK
75
91
80 GULFPETRO
17
23
89
73 GRANULES
36
GRAPHITE
30
GRASIM
19
52
61
GRAVITA
85
GESHIP
37 GREAVESCOT
23
46
55 GREENLAM
55
GREENPLY
37 GRINDWELL
82
GRPLTD
45
GRUH
42
GSFC
87
GTLINFRA
87
GTL
73
GUFICBIO
20 GUJALKALI
32
GAEL
48
19 GUJFLUORO
77
GIPCL
62
GMDCLTD
62 GUJNRECOKE
16 GSCLCEMENT
38 GUJAPOLLO
42
GNFC
41
-

Ticker

Company

533248 Gujarat Pipavav Port


532702 GujaratStatePetronet
506480 Gulf Oil Corporation
538567 Gulf Oil Lubricants
532457 Gulshan Polyols Ltd.
532708 GVK Power & Infrastr
515147 Haldyn Glass
590043 Harita Seating Syst.
533162 Hathway Cable & Data
531531 Hatsun Agro Prod
517354 Havells India
508486 Hawkins Cookers
517271 HBL Power Systems Lt
500179 HCL Infosystem
532281 HCL Technologies
500010 HDFC
500180 HDFC Bank
532873 HDIL
509631 HEG Ltd.
500292 Heidelberg Cement In
505720 Hercules Hoists
519552 Heritage Foods
500182 Hero MotoCorp
HEROMOTOCO
524669 Hester Biosciences L
534328 Hexa Tradex Ltd.
532129 Hexaware Technologie
517080 High Ground Enterpri
524735 Hikal Ltd.
509675 HIL
500183 Himachal F. Comm
514010 Himachal Fibres
500184 Himadri Chem.&In
514043 Himatsingka Seid
504036 Hind Rectifiers
509635 Hind. Composites
513599 Hind. Copper
509627 Hind. Dorr Olive
500500 Hind. Motor
515145 Hind. NationalGl
500186 Hind. Oil Explor
500449 Hind. Organi
500104 Hind. Petrol
500188 Hind. Zinc
500185 Hind.ConstructionCo.
500440 Hindalco Indus.
505982 Hinduja Foundries Lt
532859 Hinduja Global Solut
500189 Hinduja Ventures
533217 Hindustan Media Vent
500696 Hindustan Unilever L
523398 Hitachi Home & Life
526217 Hitech Plast
500191 HMT Ltd.
522064 Honda Siel Power
HONDAPOWER
517174 Honeywell Automation
500193 Hotel Leela Ven.
532761 HOV Services Ltd.
535217 HPC Biosciences Ltd.
500187 HSIL Ltd.
532662 HT Media
532799 Hubtown
509820 Huhtamaki PPL
524019 Hydro S&S Indus.
500199 I G Petrochemicals L
532174 ICICI Bank
532835 ICRA Ltd.
500116 IDBI Bank Ltd.
532822 Idea Cellular Ltd.
532659 IDFC L
507438 IFB Agro Indus
505726 IFB Industries
500106 IFCI Ltd.
532133 IFGL Refracto
517380 Igarashi Motors Indi
532636 IIFL Holdings
532907 IL&FS Engineering
511208 IL&FS Investment Man
533177 IL&FS Transportation
532305 Ind-Swift Laboratori
501295 Ind. Inv Trust
509162 Indag Rubber
530005 India Cements Lt
500201 India Glycols
590065 India Motor Part
532240 India Nippon Ele
India Power Corp
513361 India Steel Works Lt
532189 India Tourism De
535789 Indiabulls Housing F
532832 Indiabulls Real Esta
532960 Indiabulls Ventures
532814 Indian Bank
500850 Indian Hotels Co
504741 Indian Hume Pipe
533047 Indian Metal & F
530965 Indian Oil Corp
532388 Indian Overseas
533329 Indian Terrain Fashi

Ind.
Code
84
72
58
58
19
77
48
6
39
40
33
25
33
22
23
45
43
24
36
16
37
40
5

NSE
Code

GPPL
GSPL
GULFCORP
GULFOILLUB
GULPOLY
GVKPIL
HARITASEAT
HATHWAY
HATSUN
HAVELLS
HBLPOWER
HCL-INSYS
HCLTECH
HDFC
HDFCBANK
HDIL
HEG
HEIDELBERG
HERCULES
HERITGFOOD

73 HESTERBIO
89 HEXATRADEX
23 HEXAWARE
39
73
HIKAL
17
HIL
87
HFCL
88
62
HCIL
88 HIMATSEIDE
33
HIRECT
6 HINDCOMPOS
61 HINDCOPPER
37 HINDDORROL
7 HINDMOTORS
48 HINDNATGLS
67 HINDOILEXP
19
HOCL
80 HINDPETRO
61
HINDZINC
24
HCC
3
HINDALCO
15 HINDUJAFO
23
HGS
23 HINDUJAVEN
59
HMVL
40 HINDUNILVR
25 HITACHIHOM
76 HITECHPLAS
9
HMT
34
37
52
23
1
18
59
24
68
76
19
43
83
44
64
46
11
25
46
63
33
46
24
46
90
73
46
82
16
19
89
6
77
54
52
46
24
46
44
52
17
62
80
44
88

HONAUT
HOTELEELA
HOVS
HSIL
HTMEDIA
HUBTOWN
PAPERPROD
IGPL
ICICIBANK
ICRA
IDBI
IDEA
IDFC
IFBAGRO
IFBIND
IFCI
IFGLREFRAC
IGARASHI
IIFL
IL&FSENGG
IVC
IL&FSTRANS
INDSWFTLAB
IITL
INDIACEM
INDIAGLYCO
IMPAL
INDNIPPON
DPSCLTD
IBULHSGFIN
IBREALEST
IBVENTURES
INDIANB
INDHOTEL
INDIANHUME
IMFA
IOC
IOB
INDTERRAIN

Ticker
501700
524648
524342
521016
504058
500207
532717
532612
533257
532514
532150
532187
533154
532777
500209
500210
512375
532706
539083
532851
500211
526871
505358
538835
532326
502330
505737
509709
500213
533181
533506
524164
500214
524494
532947
533033
532479
500875
509496
523610
530773
506943
532940
506522
538422
507155
532705
512237
500219
532627
532532
780001
538564
532209
520051
520066
524330
522285
533207
509715
514034
532605
500223
524731
532617
511034
532624
500227
500378
532286
532508
531543
536493
532644
500380
532162
530007
523405
522263
513691
533148
532642
500228
533155
533320
530019
535648
519248
532926
504076
513250
780010
500239
524109
511357
500233
500234
522259

Company

Ind.
Code

IndiaNivesh
Indo Amines Limi
Indo Borax
Indo Count Inds.
Indo National
Indo Rama Synth.
Indo Tech Transforme
Indoco Remedies
Indosolar Ltd.
Indraprastha Gas Ltd
Indraprastha Med
IndusInd Bank
Infinite Computer So
Info Edge (India)
Infosys
Ingersoll Rand
Innoventive Venture
Inox Leisure
Inox Wind Ltd.
Insecticides (India)
Insilco Ltd.
Intec Capital
Integra Engineering
Intellect Design
Intense Technologies
International Paper
Intl. Combustion
Intl. Coveyors
Intl. Travel Hou
Intrasoft Technologi
Inventure Growth & S
IOL Chemicals and Ph
Ion Exchange (India)
Ipca Laboratorie
IRB Infrastructure D
ISGEC Heavy Eng
ISMT Ltd.
ITC Ltd.
ITD Cementation Indi
ITI
IVRCL
J B Chemicals & Phar
J Kumar Infraproject
J L Morison (India)
Jackson Investments
Jagatjit Ind.
Jagran Prakashan
Jai Corp Ltd.
Jain Irrigation
Jaiprakash Power Ven
JaiprakashAssociates
Jaisukh Dealers Ltd.
James Warren Tea
Jammu & Kashmir Bank
Jamna Auto Inds.
Jay Bharat Marut
Jayant Agro Org
Jayaswal Neco Indust
Jaypee Infratech Ltd
Jayshree Tea
JBF Industries
JBM Auto
JCT Ltd.
Jenburkt Pharmac
Jet Airways
Jindal Drilling
Jindal Photo
Jindal Poly Films
Jindal Saw
Jindal St & Pwr
Jindal Stainless
Jindal Worldwide
JK Agri Genetics Ltd
JK Cement
JK Lakshmi Cement L
JK Paper Ltd.
JK Tyre & Industries
JM Financial Ltd.
JMC Projects
JMT Auto Ltd.
Jocil Ltd.
JSW Energy Ltd.
JSW Holdings
JSW Steel
Jubilant Foodworks L
Jubilant Industries
Jubilant Life Scienc
Jullundur Motor
Just Dial
JVL Agro Industries
Jyothy Laboratories
Jyoti
Jyoti Structures
K D Trend Wear
K G Denim Ltd.
Kabra Extrusion
Kailash Auto Fin
Kajaria Ceramics
Kakatiya Cement Suga
Kalindee Rail Ni

NSE
Code

46
19
19
88
ICIL
25 NIPPOBATRY
88
INDORAMA
78
INDOTECH
73
INDOCO
65 INDOSOLAR
63
IGL
51 INDRAMEDCO
43 INDUSINDBK
23
INFINITE
63
NAUKRI
23
INFY
21 INGERRAND
46
39 INOXLEISUR
38
INOXWIND
71 INSECTICID
19
46
38
23 INTELLECT
23
70
IPAPPM
38
63
63
23
ISFT
46 INVENTURE
19
IOLCP
37
73
IPCALAB
24
IRB
38
54
ISMTLTD
40
ITC
24
ITDCEM
87
ITI
24 IVRCLINFRA
73 JBCHEPHARM
24
JKIL
40
46
11
59
JAGRAN
54 JAICORPLTD
63 JISLJALEQS
77
JPPOWER
24 JPASSOCIAT
63
75
43
J&KBANK
6 JAMNAAUTO
6 JAYBARMARU
19 JAYAGROGN
15 JAYNECOIND
24 JPINFRATEC
75 JAYSREETEA
88
JBFIND
6
JBMA
88
73
2 JETAIRWAYS
67
JINDRILL
74 JINDALPHOT
68 JINDALPOLY
54 JINDALSAW
54 JINDALSTEL
54
JSL
88 JINDWORLD
50
16
JKCEMENT
16 JKLAKSHMI
70
JKPAPER
91
JKTYRE
46 JMFINANCIL
24 JMCPROJECT
6 JMTAUTOLTD
19
JOCIL
77 JSWENERGY
46
JSWHL
54
JSWSTEEL
40
JUBLFOOD
11
JUBLINDS
73
JUBILANT
6
JMA
83
JUSTDIAL
32
JVLAGRO
40 JYOTHYLAB
33
78 JYOTISTRUC
88
88
38 KABRAEXTRU
46
18 KAJARIACER
16 KAKATCEM
37
KALINDEE

Ticker
539014
522287
513509
533302
500235
532468
526668
532741
780003
506525
500165
532652
590003
531687
532899
590066
533192
532054
532714
517569
519602
505890
524174
533289
502937
532732
507794
507435
513693
537750
532967
500241
533193
500245
500243
533293
505283
521248
526409
532942
512559
523207
532924
524280
500247
530299
523323
532400
532889
30813
524518
533482
500249
519421
532997
530149
531882
500510
533519
526947
504258
500252
502958
534690
590075
532778
509048
780021
500250
533007
526596
500253
531241
531633
523457
507912
517518
532740
533343
514036
532783
532796
517206
500257
532368
500259
530689
534532
522241
532720
511082
507836
780009
531497
590134
500264
524000
500266
500265

Company
Kalpa Commercial
Kalpataru Power
Kalyani Forge
Kalyani Investment
Kalyani Steel
Kama Holdings Ltd.
Kamat Hotels (In
Kamdhenu Ispat
Kanak Krishi
Kanoria Chemical
Kansai Nerolac Paint
Karnataka Bank
Karur Vysya Bank
Karuturi Global Ltd.
Kaveri Seed Company
KCP Ltd.
KCP Sugar & In
KDDL Ltd.
KEC International Lt
KEI Industries
Kellton Tech Solutio
Kennametal India
Kesar Petroprod.
Kesar Terminals & In
Kesoram Industri
Kewal Kiran Clothing
Khaitan Chemical
Khoday India
KIC Metaliks
Kiran Vyapar
Kiri Industries
Kirloskar Bros.
Kirloskar Elect
Kirloskar Ferrou
Kirloskar Industries
Kirloskar Oil Engine
Kirloskar Pneumatic
Kitex Garments
Kkalpana lndustries
KNR Constructions
Kohinoor Foods Ltd.
Kokuyo Camlin
Kolte-Patil Develope
Kopran Ltd
Kotak Mahindra Bank
Kothari Petroche
Kothari Products
Kovai Medical
KPIT Technologies
KPR Mill Ltd.
KRBL Ltd.
Krebs Biochemicals &
Kridhan Infra
KSB Pumps Ltd.
KSE
KSK Energy Ventures
KSL and Industries L
Kwality
L&T
L&T Finance Holdings
La Opala RG Ltd.
Lakshmi Elect.
Lakshmi Machines
Lakshmi Mill Co.
Lakshmi Vilas Ba
Lambodhara Texti
Lanco Infratech Ltd.
LancorHoldings Ltd
Legacy Mercantile
LG Balakrishnan&Bros
LGB Forge Ltd.
Liberty Shoes Li
LIC Housing Fi
Linc Pen & Plast
Lincoln Pharmace
Linde India
LKP Finance Ltd.
Lloyd Electric a
Lokesh Machines
Lovable Lingerie Ltd
Loyal Textiles M
LT Foods Ltd.
Lumax Auto Technolog
Lumax Inds.
Lupin Ltd.
Lycos Internet
Lyka Labs
Lykis L
Lypsa Gems & Jewell
M M Forgings Ltd.
M&M Fin.Services
Maa Jagdambe Trade
Mac Charles
Madhuban Const
Madhucon Project
Madras Fertilize
Mafatlal Ind
Magma Fincorp Ltd.
Maha. Scooters
Maha. Seamless

Ind.
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NSE
Code

89
78 KALPATPOWR
15 KALYANIFRG
46
KICL
54
KSL
46
52 KAMATHOTEL
54
KIL
1
20 KANORICHEM
69 KANSAINER
43
KTKBANK
43 KARURVYSYA
63
KGL
50
KSCL
16
KCP
86 KCPSUGIND
25
78
KEC
12
KEI
23
37
19
53
KTIL
30 KESORAMIND
81
KKCL
42
11
15
46
31
KIRIINDUS
37
33
KECL
54
37 KIRLOSIND
37 KIRLOSENG
21
88
KITEX
76
24
KNRCON
89 KOHINOOR
30 KOKUYOCMLN
24 KOLTEPATIL
73
KOPRAN
43 KOTAKBANK
89 KOTHARIPET
40 KOTHARIPRO
51
23
KPIT
88
KPRMILL
89
KRBL
73
53
37 KSBPUMPS
32
77
KSK
88
40
KWALITY
30
LT
46
L&TFH
48
LAOPALA
33
38 LAXMIMACH
88
43 LAKSHVILAS
88 LAMBODHARA
53
LITL
24
89
6 LGBBROSLTD
15 LGBFORGE
56 LIBERTSHOE
45
LICHSGFIN
63
LINCPEN
73
63 LINDEINDIA
46
25 LLOYDELENG
37 LOKESHMACH
88
LOVABLE
88
89
DAAWAT
6 LUMAXTECH
6
LUMAXIND
73
LUPIN
23
LYCOS
73
LYKALABS
75
29 LYPSAGEMS
15
MMFL
46
M&MFIN
46
52
24
24 MADHUCON
42 MADRASFERT
88
46
MAGMA
5 MAHSCOOTER
54 MAHSEAMLES

Ticker

Company

Ind.
Code

NSE
Code

Ticker

Company

530441 Mahanivesh (Ind)


46
532529 NDTV
500520 Mahi. & Mahi
7
M&M
532649 Nectar Lifesciences
532756 Mahindra CIE Auto
15 MAHINDCIE
539016 Neil Industries
533088 Mahindra Holidays
52
MHRIL
532864 Nelcast Ltd.
532313 Mahindra Lifespace D 24
MAHLIFE
504112 Nelco Ltd
590078 Maithan Alloys Ltd.
41 MAITHANALL
523820 Neo Corp Internation
513269 Man Industries I
54
MANINDS
505355 Nesco Ltd.
533169 Man Infraconstructio
24
MANINFRA
500790 Nestle India
532932 Manaksia Ltd.
68
MANAKSIA
532798 Network 18 Media & I
500268 Manali Petrochem
72 MANALIPETC
524558 Neuland Laborat
531213 Manappuram Finance 46 MANAPPURAM
532416 Next Mediaworks
533204 Mandhana Industries 88 MANDHANA
513683 Neyveli Lignite
502157 Mangalam Cement
16 MANGLMCEM
524774 NGL Fine-Chem Li
537800 Mangalam Industrial
46
533098 NHPC
530011 Mangalore Chem.
42 MANGCHEFER
526721 Nicco Parks & Re
500109 Mangalore Refine
80
MRPL
500304 NIIT Ltd.
539207 Manpasand Beverage 11 MANPASAND
532541 NIIT Technologies
505324 Manugraph India Ltd. 37 MANUGRAPH
530377 Nila Infrastructures
521018 Maral Overseas
88 MARALOVER
523385 Nilkamal Ltd.
503101 MarathonNextgenRea 24
500307 Nirlon
531642 Marico Ltd.
40
MARICO
532722 Nitco Ltd.
524404 Marksans Pharma
73 MARKSANS
533202 Nitesh Estates
532500 Maruti Suzuki India
7
MARUTI
532854 Nitin Fire Protectio
523704 Mastek Li
23
MASTEK
532698 Nitin Spinners
511688 Mathew Easow Res
46
506532 Nitta Gelatin India
500271 Max India Ltd.
68
MAX
526371 NMDC Ltd.
534338 Maxheights Infra
24
500730 NOCIL Ltd.
532613 Maxwell Industries L
88
MAXWELL
532481 NoidaTollBridge
522249 Mayur Uniquoters
76 MAYURUNIQ
534615 North Eastern Carry
523792 Mazda Ltd.
37
500672 Novartis
533152 MBL Infrastructures
24
MBLINFRA
530367 NRB Bearings Lim
532654 McLeod Russel
75 MCLEODRUSS
535458 NRB Industrial Beari
532629 McNally Bharat E
37
MBECL
532555 NTPC
534091 MCX
83
MCX
531209 Nucleus Software
512267 Media Matrix Worldwi 39
524764 Nutraplus India
532865 Meghmani Organics Lt 71
MEGH
504378 Nyssa Corporation
523828 Menon Bearings L
10
MENONBE
533273 Oberoi Realty
539126 MEP Infrastructure
53
MEP
502165 OCL India Limi
538942 Mercantile Ventures
46
533008 OCL Iron & Steel
526235 Mercator Ltd.
30 MERCATOR
500313 Oil Country Tub.
500126 Merck Ltd.
73
MERCK
533106 Oil India Ltd.
513335 Metalyst Forgings
15 METALFORGE
538607 Ojas Asset Reconst
500159 Metroglobal
70
526415 OK Play India Ltd.
532850 MIC Electronics Ltd.
33
MIC
531092 OM Metals Infraproje
533259 Microsec Financial S
46
MICROSEC
538537 Omansh Enterprises
531192 Midas Infra Trade
53
520021 Omax Auto
507621 Milk Food
40
532880 Omaxe Ltd.
538962 Minda Corporation
6 MINDACORP
533317 Omkar Speciality Che
532539 Minda Industries
6
MINDAIND
500312 ONGC
517344 Mindteck (India)
23
532944 OnMobile Global Ltd.
532819 MindTree Ltd.
23
MINDTREE
517536 Onward Technolog
500279 Mirc Electronics
25 MIRCELECTR
530135 Optiemus Infracom
526642 Mirza International
56
MIRZAINT
532391 Opto Circuits India
MITCON Consultancy 83
MITCON
532466 Oracle Financial Ser
513377 MMTC Ltd.
89
MMTC
532837 Orbit Corporation
506261 Modison Metals L
33
512626 Orbit Exports Li
533286 MOIL Ltd.
62
MOIL
524372 Orchid Chem & Ph
533080 Mold-Tek Packaging
76 MOLDTKPAC
513121 Oricon Enterprises L
Momai Ap
Momai Apparels
88 MOMAI504879 Orient Abrasives
513446 Monnet Ispat & Energ 54 MONNETISPA
530365 Orient Bell
524084 Monsanto India
71 MONSANTO
535754 Orient Cement Ltd.
538836 Monte Carlo Fashions 88 MONTECARLO
533263 Orient Green Power C
532621 Morarjee Textiles Li
88 MORARJEE
GREENPOWER
500288 Morepen Labs.Lt
73 MOREPENLAB
502420 Orient Paper
523160 Morganite Crucible (
63
534076 Orient Refractories
517140 Moser Baer India
22 MOSERBAER
500315 Oriental Bank of
517334 MothersonSumiSystems 6 MOTHERSUMI
506579 Oriental Carbon
532892 Motilal Oswal Financ
46 MOTILALOFS
500314 Oriental Hotels
526299 MphasiS Ltd.
23
MPHASIS
531859 Oriental Veneer
532440 MPS Ltd.
59
MPSLTD
590086 Orissa Minerals Deve
500290 MRF Ltd
91
MRF
504864 Orissa Sponge Iron &
532650 MSP Steel & Power Lt 54
MSPL
539015 Ortel Communications
508922 MSR India
89
501179 Oscar Investment
534312 MT Educare Ltd.
83 MTEDUCARE
500317 Oswal Agro Mills
500108 MTNL
64
MTNL
Oswal Green Tech
500460 Mukand Ltd.
54 MUKANDLTD
500459 P&G Hygiene&Health
526169 Multibase India Ltd.
76
532827 Page Industries Ltd.
520059 Munjal Auto Industr.
6
MUNJALAU
531349 Panacea Biotec L
520043 Munjal Showa Ltd
6 MUNJALSHOW
538860 Panafic Industrials
515037 Murudeshwar Cer.
18 MURUDCERA
524820 Panama Petrochem
511766 Muthoot Capital
46
508941 Panasonic Carbon Ind
533398 Muthoot Finance
46 MUTHOOTFIN
504093 Panasonic Energy Ind
524709 Nagarjuna Agrich
71
531816 Panoramic Universal
534184 Nagarjuna Oil Refine 67
NAGAROIL
535755 Pantaloons Fashion
532952 Nahar Capital & Fina
46 NAHARCAP
500322 Panyam Cement
519136 Nahar Indust.Ent
88 NAHARINDUS
780017 Parnav Sports Academ
500296 Nahar Spg Mills
88 NAHARSPING
532780 Parsvnath Developers
532641 Nandan Denim
88
NDL
500456 Pasupati Acrylon
526739 Narmada Gelatines Lt 19
531120 Patel Engg. Ltd.
524816 Natco Pharma
73 NATCOPHARM
526381 Patel Integrated Log
537291 Nath Bio-Genes
50 NATHBIOGEN
539113 Paul Merchants
532234 National Alumini
3 NATIONALUM
532742 Paushak Ltd.
534309 National buildin
24
NBCC
514087 PBM Polytex
523630 National Fertilizers
42
NFL
534809 PC Jeweller Ltd.
500298 National Peroxid
19
538730 PDS Multi. Fashions
513023 Nava Bharat Ventures 30 NBVENTURES
500327 Peacock Inds.
532504 Navin Fluorine Inter
19 NAVINFLUOR
535204 Pearl Agriculture
508989 Navneet Educaton
59 NAVNETEDUL
535205 Pearl Electronics
500294 NCC
24
NCC
532808 Pearl Global Industr
502168 NCL Industries
16
NCLIND
503031 Peninsula Land L

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Code

39
NDTV
73
NECLIFE
46
15
NELCAST
87
NELCO
68
30
NESCO
40 NESTLEIND
46 NETWORK18
73 NEULANDLAB
39 NEXTMEDIA
77 NEYVELILIG
73
77
NHPC
63
23
NIITLTD
23
NIITTECH
24
NILAINFRA
76
NILKAMAL
88
18
NITCO
24 NITESHEST
37
NITINFIRE
88
NITINSPIN
19
62
NMDC
72
NOCIL
24 NOIDATOLL
90
73
10 NRBBEARING
10
NIBL
77
NTPC
23
NUCLEUS
73
89
24 OBEROIRLTY
16
OCL
54
OISL
54 OILCOUNTUB
67
OIL
46
76
38 OMMETALS
54
6 OMAXAUTO
24
OMAXE
19 OMKARCHEM
67
ONGC
64
ONMOBILE
23 ONWARDTEC
87
60 OPTOCIRCUI
23
OFSS
24 ORBITCORP
88
ORBTEXP
73 ORCHIDCHEM
68
37 ORIENTABRA
18 ORIENTBELL
16 ORIENTCEM
77
30
63
44
14
52
55
62
54
39
46
46
42
40
88
73
46
19
36
25
23
81
16
63
24
88
24
57
47
71
88
29
88
76
89
89
88
24

ORIENTPPR
ORIENTREF
ORIENTBANK
ORIENTHOT
ORISSAMINE
ORTEL
BINDALAGRO
PGHH
PAGEIND
PANACEABIO
PANAMAPET
PANORAMUNI
PFRL
PARSVNATH
PATELENG
PATINTLOG
PCJEWELLER
PDSMFL
PILIND
PGIL
PENINLAND

45

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513228
533179
530381
532522
500680
533581
506590
517296
503100
523642
500331
538771
531879
533107
500302
532979
513519
523648
532739
534060
532366
539150
523628
524570
532486
532254
531768
524051
532460
538566
532810
532898
532934
522205
506022
533239
532718
523539
530331
526247
500540
533274
526109
532748
500338
511557
534675
505502
526801
532524
533344
539006
509220
500343
532693
533295
500346
532461
506618
532891
517556
532689
511116
538452
532735
532692
532497
531412
500339
523523
532826
532503
531500
512319
522257
500355
534734
538540
532369
532370
532527
533262
532661
532987
532988
505800
524230
507649
520111
534597
533122
500330
532805
530517
500111
523445
500325
500390
532939
532712
532915

Company
Pennar Industrie
Persistent Systems
Petron Engineeri
PetronetLNG
Pfizer Ltd.
PG Electroplast Ltd.
Phillips Carbon
Phoenix Lamps
Phoenix Mills
PI Industries
Pidilite Inds.
Pincon Spirit
Pioneer Distille
Pipavav Defence & Of
Piramal Enterprises
Piramal Phytocare
Pitti Lamination
Plastiblends Ind
Plethico Pharmaceuti
PMC Fincorp
PNB Gilts Ltd.
PNC Infratech
Poddar Developers Lt
Poddar Pigments
Pokarna Ltd.
Polaris Consulting
Poly Medicure Lt
Polyplex Corpn.
Ponni Sugars (Erode)
Potential Investment
Power Finance Co
Power Grid Corpo
PPAP Automotive
Praj Industries
Prakash Indus.
Prakash Steelage Ltd
Pratibha Industries
Precision Wires
Premco Global Li
Premier Explos.
PremierLtd.
Prestige Estates Pro
Pricol Ltd.
Prime Focus
Prism Cement Lim
Profin Capital Servi
Prozone Intu Propert
PS IT Infrastructure
PSL Ltd.
PTC India
PTC India Financial
PTC Industries
PTL Enterprises
Pudumjee Pulp
Punj Lloyd
Punj. & Sind Ban
Punj. Communica
Punj. NationlBak
Punjab Chemicals and
Puravankara Projects
PVP Ventures Ltd.
PVR Ltd.
Quadrant Televenture
Quasar India Ltd.
R Systems Internat.
Radha Madhav Corpora
Radico Khaitan Ltd.
Radix Industries
Rain Industries
Rainbow Papers
Raj Television Netwo
Rajapalayam Mill
Rajesh Exports L
Rajlaxmi Industries
Rajoo Engineers
Rallis India
Ram Minerals & Chemi
Ramchandra Leasing
Ramco Industries
Ramco Systems Lt
Ramkrishna Forgings
Ramky Infrastructure
Rane (Madras)
Rane Brake Lining Lt
Rane Engine Valve Lt
Rane Holdings Ltd.
Rashtriya Chemicals
Rasoi Ltd.
Ratnamani Metals
RattanIndia Infra
RattanIndia Power
Raymond Ltd
Redington (India) Lt
Relaxo Footwears
Reliance Capital
Reliance Ind.Inf
Reliance Inds.
Reliance Infrastruct
Reliance Power L
RelianceCommu.Ltd
Religare Enterprises

46

Ind.
Code

NSE
Code

54
PENIND
23 PERSISTENT
37 PETRONENGG
72 PETRONET
73
PFIZER
33
PGEL
14 PHILIPCARB
6 PHOENIXLL
24 PHOENIXLTD
71
PIIND
19
PIDILITIND
11
11
PIONDIST
84 PIPAVAVDOC
73
PEL
73
PIRPHYTO
37
PITTILAM
76 PLASTIBLEN
73
PLETHICO
46
46
PNBGILTS
24
PNCINFRA
24
31
49
23
POLARIS
60
POLYMED
68
POLYPLEX
86 PONNIERODE
46
46
PFC
78 POWERGRID
76
PPAP
38
PRAJIND
30
PRAKASH
54 PRAKASHSTL
53
PRATIBHA
61
PRECWIRE
88
63
37
PREMIER
24
PRESTIGE
6
PRICOL
39
PFOCUS
16
PRISMCEM
46
24 PROZONINTU
46
54
PSL
77
PTC
46
PFS
37
91
PTL
70 PDUMJEPULP
24 PUNJLLOYD
44
PSB
87
44
PNB
19 PUNJABCHEM
24
PURVA
24
PVP
39
PVR
64
89
23 RSYSTEMS
68
RMCL
11
RADICO
72
16
RAIN
70 RAINBOWPAP
39
RAJTV
88
29 RAJESHEXPO
88
37
71
RALLIS
19
46
17 RAMCOIND
23 RAMCOSYS
15
RKFORGE
24
RAMKY
6
RML
6
RBL
6 RANEENGINE
46 RANEHOLDIN
42
RCF
32
54 RATNAMANI
53
RTNINFRA
77 RTNPOWER
88
RAYMOND
22 REDINGTON
56
RELAXO
46 RELCAPITAL
79
RIIL
30
RELIANCE
77
RELINFRA
77
RPOWER
64
RCOM
46
RELIGARE

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532923
535322
532687
505509
505368
520008
517496
524480
502448
500366
533168
517500
532699
532983
533284
517447
530047
500350
500367
503169
509020
500368
533552
532955
533470
532710
532034
523025
502090
503691
532841
538557
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511066
507315
517059
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521206
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530073
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504614
532163
526885
532663
526093
508996
502175
524667
531893
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511672
534139
505141
532900
526807
532886
530075
512529
502450
505075
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538666
535602
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523449
524552
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533389
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512289
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500387
502180
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512463
503205
532670
523236
520151
532498
532945
511218
511411
520086
538520
500550
512131
507998

Company
Renaissance Jeweller
Repco Home Finance L
Repro India Ltd.
Responsive Industrie
Revathi Equipment Lt
Rico Auto Inds.
Ricoh India Ltd.
Riddhi Siddhi Gluco
Rollatainers Ltd
Rolta India
Rossell India
Roto Pumps Ltd
Royal Orchid Hotels
RPG Life Sciences
RPP Infra Projects L
RS Software (India)
RSR Mohota Spg.
RSWM Ltd.
Rubfila Internationa
Ruby Mills
Ruchi Infrastructure
Ruchi Soya Inds.
Rupa & Company L
Rural Electrific
Rushil Decor Ltd.
Sadbhav Engineering
Safal Herbs L
Safari Indus.
Sagar Cements
Sahara One Media & E
Sahyadri Industries
Sai Baba Investment
Saint-Gobain Sekurit
Saksoft Ltd.
Sakthi Finance
Sakthi Sugars
Salzer Electr.
Samkrg Pistons & Rin
Samtex Fashions
Sandesh
Sandur M & I Ore
Sangam India Ltd
Sanghi Industrie
Sanghvi Movers L
Sanofi India
Sanwaria Agro Oi
Sarda Energy & Miner
Saregama India Ltd.
Sarla Performance Fi
Sasken Comm.Tech.
Sathavahana Ispa
Satra Properties ( I
Saurashtra Cemen
Savita Oil Tech
Sawaca Business Mach
Sayaji Hotels Lt
SBI
Scan Steels
Schneider Electric
Scooters India
SE Investments
Seamec Ltd.
SEL Manufacturing Co
Selan Exploratio
Sequent Scientific
Seshasayee Paper
Setco Automotive
Shaily Engineering P
Shakti Pumps (In
Shalimar Paints
Shanthi Gears
Sharda Cropchem
Sharda Motor Ind
Sharon Bio-Medicine
Sharp India
Shasun Pharma
Shemaroo Entertainme
Shilpa Medicare L
Shilpi Cable Technol
Shipping Corpn.
Shirpur Gold Refine.
Shiva Texyarn Ltd.
Shivam Autotech Ltd.
Shoppers Stop
Shree Cement
Shree Digvijay
Shree Ganesh Jew (I)
Shree Global Tra
Shree Ram Urban Infr
Shree Renuka Sugars
Shrenuj & Co
Shreyas Shipping & L
Shriram City Uni
Shriram EPC Ltd.
Shriram Trans.Fi
Shristi Infrastructu
Sical Logistics
Siddarth Businesses
Siemens Ltd.
Signet Industries
Simmonds Marshal

JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

Company Index
Ind.
Code

NSE
Code

29
RJL
45 REPCOHOME
59
REPRO
76 RESPONIND
21
REVATHI
6
RICOAUTO
66
63
68
23
ROLTA
75 ROSSELLIND
37
52
ROHLTD
73
RPGLIFE
24
RPPINFRA
23 RSSOFTWARE
88 RAIREKMOH
88
RSWM
82
88 RUBYMILLS
32 RUCHINFRA
32 RUCHISOYA
88
RUPA
46
RECLTD
55
RUSHIL
24
SADBHAV
40
76
16
SAGCEM
39
17
46
48
23
SAKSOFT
46
86 SAKHTISUG
33
6
88
59
SANDESH
41
88 SANGAMIND
17 SANGHIIND
38 SANGHVIMOV
73
SANOFI
32
SANWARIA
54
SARDAEN
39 SAREGAMA
88 SARLAPOLY
23
SASKEN
54 SATHAISPAT
24
16
72
SOTL
46
52
44
SBIN
24
33 SCHNEIDER
5
46
SEINV
85 SEAMECLTD
88
SELMCL
67
SELAN
73
70 SESHAPAPER
6
76
37 SHAKTIPUMP
69 SHALPAINTS
6 SHANTIGEAR
71 SHARDACROP
6
73 SHARONBIO
25
73 SHASUNPHAR
39 SHEMAROO
73 SHILPAMED
13
SHILPI
85
SCI
62 SHIRPUR-G
88
SHIVTEX
6 SHIVAMAUTO
81 SHOPERSTOP
16 SHREECEM
16
29
SGJHL
89
88
86
RENUKA
29
SHRENUJ
85
SHREYAS
46 SHRIRAMCIT
79 SHRIRAMEPC
46 SRTRANSFIN
24
57
SICAL
40
37
SIEMENS
72
SIGNET
37
-

Ticker

Company

523838 Simplex Infrastructu


504382 Simplex Trad&Age
523023 SinclairsHotels
505729 Singer India
502742 Sintex Industrie
532795 SITI Cable Network L
503811 Siyaram Silk
533206 SJVN Ltd.
500472 SKF India
SKIL Infrastructure
538562 Skipper Ltd.
532143 SKM Egg Produc
SKMEGGPROD
533228 SKS Microfinance
532419 Smartlink Network
513418 Smiths & Founders
505192 SML Isuzu Ltd.
532815 SMS Pharmaceuticals
538635 Snowman Logistics Lt
532784 Sobha
532725 Solar Industries Ind
507514 Som Distilleries
531548 Somany Ceramics Ltd.
533001 Somi Conveyor Beltin
520057 Sona Koyo Steer.
532221 Sonata Software
516108 South India Pape
532218 South Indian Ban
534425 Speciality Restauran
590030 SPIC
517214 Spice Mobility L
500285 Spicejet Ltd.
500402 SPML Infra
533121 SQS India BFSI
507753 Sree Rayalaseema Alk
532842 Sree Rayalaseema Hi535601 Sreeleathers Ltd.
523756 SREI Infrastructure
503806 SRF Ltd.
530943 Sri Adhikari Bro
513605 Srikalahasthi Pipes
531307 SRK Industries
536799 SRS Finance Ltd.
533569 SRS Ltd.
533305 SRS Real Infrastruct
531723 Stampede Capital
580001 Standard Chartered P
530017 Standard Indust
536666 Star Ferro & Cement
501061 State Bank Of Bi
532200 State Bank Of My
512531 State Trading
532191 StateBnkOfTravan
500113 Steel Authority
534748 Steel ExchangeIndia
513262 Steel Strips Wheels
523363 Sterl.Holi.Reso
512299 Sterling Biotech Ltd
508998 Sterling Internation
530759 Sterling Tools L
532374 Sterlite Technologie
504959 Stovec Indus.
532531 Strides Arcolab
506222 Styrolution ABS (Ind
532348 Subex Ltd.
517168 Subros Ltd.
506655 Sudarshan Chem.
524542 Sukhjit Starch &
533306 Summit Securities
532872 Sun Pharma Advanced
524715 Sun Pharma.
532733 Sun TV Network Ltd.
520056 Sundaram Clayton
500403 Sundaram Fasten.
590071 Sundaram Finance
590072 SundaramBrakeLining
500404 Sunflag Iron
532711 Sunil Hitech Enginee
506615 Sunrise Asian
530845 Sunshield Chemic
535141 Sunstar Realty Devel
512179 Sunteck Realty Ltd.
512527 Super Sales India
523283 Superhouse Ltd.
780008 Supernova Advt.
532509 Suprajit Enginee
530677 Supreme Holdings
509930 Supreme Inds.
532904 Supreme Infrastructu
500405 Supreme Petroche
531638 Suraj
533298 Surana Solar
500336 Surya Roshni Ltd
521200 Suryalakshmi Cot
532782 Sutlej Textiles & In
530239 Suven Life Sciences
532667 Suzlon Energy Ltd.
503624 Svaraj Trd & Age
531909 Swagruha Infrastruct
503310 Swan Energy Ltd.
500407 Swaraj Engines

Ind.
Code
24
46
52
89
30
39
88
77
10
24
63
40

NSE
Code

SIMPLEXINF
SINTEX
SITICABLE
SIYSIL
SJVN
SKFINDIA
SKIL
SKIPPER

46
SKSMICRO
22 SMARTLINK
15
8
SMLISUZU
73 SMSPHARMA
57
SNOWMAN
24
SOBHA
63 SOLARINDS
11
SDBL
18 SOMANYCERA
63
6 SONASTEER
23 SONATSOFTW
70
43 SOUTHBANK
52 SPECIALITY
42
SPIC
87 SPICEMOBI
2
79 SPMLINFRA
23
SQSBFSI
20
19 SRHHYPOLTD
56
SREEL
46
SREINFRA
88
SRF
39
SABTN
54
SRIPIPES
88
46
30
SRSLTD
24
46
43
STAN
20
SIL
41
SFCL
44
SBBJ
44 MYSOREBANK
89
STCINDIA
44
SBT
54
SAIL
54
6
SSWL
52
73 STERLINBIO
23
37 STERTOOLS
13
STRTECH
38
73
STAR
72
STYABS
23
SUBEX
6
SUBROS
31 SUDARSCHEM
40
46 SUMMITSEC
63
SPARC
73 SUNPHARMA
39
SUNTV
6 SUNCLAYLTD
6 SUNDRMFAST
46 SUNDARMFIN
6 SUNDRMBRAK
54
SUNFLAG
79 SUNILHITEC
89
19
24
24
SUNTECK
88
56 SUPERHOUSE
39
6
SUPRAJIT
46
76 SUPREMEIND
24 SUPREMEINF
72 SUPPETRO
54
33 SURANASOL
54 SURYAROSNI
88 SURYALAXMI
88 SUTLEJTEX
73
SUVEN
38
SUZLON
89
24
24 SWANENERGY
37 SWARAJENG

Ticker
532051
517385
524470
532276
539143
531426
514142
532390
532890
505160
533200
500777
522229
532790
534756
519091
500770
532301
500483
532540
500408
500800
501301
513434
500570
500400
513010
500470
532371
533393
532349
523301
533553
532755
533281
532804
533216
505400
533326
532845
526654
533158
531373
522073
500260
530199
500411
500412
500413
590005
505196
507205
532856
500414
522113
504966
532966
500114
500420
523856
532779
526650
526582
532928
506687
533540
500251
505854
534369
521064
517562
512417
505978
532356
533655
538597
507747
517506
504973
532515
532800
532513
532343
509243
500464
532505
530131
500148
539141
533644
506685
532538
500231
504605
506690
532477
500429
532646
507878
533171
532478

Company

Swelect Energy Syste


Symphony
Syncom Formul.
Syndicate Bank
Synergy Bizcon
T Nadu Newsprint
T T Ltd.
Taj GVK Hotels & Res
Take Solutions Ltd.
Talbros Auto.
Talwalkars Better Va
Tamilnadu Petroprod
Taneja Aerospace
Tanla Solutions
Tara Jewels Ltd.
Tasty Bite
Tata Chemicals
Tata Coffee Ltd.
Tata Communications
Tata Consultancy
Tata Elxsi Ltd.
Tata Global Beverage
Tata Investment
Tata Metaliks
Tata Motors Ltd.
Tata Power Co.
Tata Sponge Iron
Tata Steel
Tata Teleservices (M
TCI Developers Ltd.
TCI Ltd.
TCPL Packaging
TD Power Systems Ltd
Tech Mahindra Ltd.
Techno Electric & En
Technocraft Industri
Technofab Engineerin
Texmaco Infrastructu
Texmaco Rail & Engin
TGB Banquets
Thakkers Develo
Thangamayil Jeweller
The Byke Hospitality
The Hi-Tech Gears
The Ramco Cements
Themis Medicare Ltd.
Thermax
Thirumalai Chem.
Thomas Cook (I)
Tide Water Oil
TIL Ltd.
Tilak Nagar Ind
Time Technoplast Ltd
Timex Group India
Timken India Ltd
Tin Plate Co.
Titagarh Wagons Ltd.
Titan Company
Torrent Pharmac
Torrent Cables Ltd.
Torrent Power Ltd.
Tourism Finance
TPL Plastech Ltd.
Transformers & Recti
Transpek Indus.
Tree House Education
Trent Ltd.
TRF Ltd
Tribhovandas Bhimji
Trident Ltd.
Trigyn Technolog
Trinity Tradelink
Triton Valves
Triveni Eng.&Ind.Ltd
Triveni Turbine
TTI Enterprise Ltd.
TTK Healthcare Ltd.
TTK Prestige L
Tube Investments
TV Today Network Ltd
TV18 Broadcast
TVS Electronics
TVS Motor Co. Ltd.
TVS Srichakra Lt
Ucal Fuel System
UCO Bank
Udaipur Cement Works
Uflex Ltd.
UFO Moviez India Ltd
Ujaas Energy
Ultramarine Pig.
UltraTech Cement
Umang Dairies Ltd.
Uni Abex Alloys
Unichem Labs
Union Bank of In
Uniphos Enterprises
Uniply Industries
Unitech Ltd.
United Bank of I
United Breweries Ltd

Ind.
Code

NSE
Code

33 SWELECTES
25 SYMPHONY
73
44 SYNDIBANK
24
70
TNPL
88
TTL
52
TAJGVK
23
TAKE
6 TALBROAUTO
63 TALWALKARS
40
TNPETRO
63
23
TANLA
29 TARAJEWELS
40
20
TATACHEM
75 TATACOFFEE
64 TATACOMM
23
TCS
23
TATAELXSI
75 TATAGLOBAL
46 TATAINVEST
54 TATAMETALI
8 TATAMOTORS
77 TATAPOWER
54 TATASPONGE
54 TATASTEEL
64
TTML
24 TCIDEVELOP
90
TCI
59
34 TDPOWERSYS
23
TECHM
77
TECHNO
54
TIIL
79 TECHNOFAB
24
TEXINFRA
38
TEXRAIL
52 TGBHOTELS
24
29 THANGAMAYL
52
BYKE
6 HITECHGEAR
16 RAMCOCEM
73 THEMISMED
37
THERMAX
19 TIRUMALCHM
63 THOMASCOOK
58 TIDEWATER
38
TIL
11
TI
68 TIMETECHNO
25
10
TIMKEN
61
TINPLATE
38
TWL
25
TITAN
73 TORNTPHARM
12
77 TORNTPOWER
46
TFCILTD
76 TPLPLASTEH
78
TRIL
19
83 TREEHOUSE
81
TRENT
38
TRF
29
TBZ
88
TRIDENT
23
TRIGYN
67
6
86
TRIVENI
34 TRITURBINE
46
73
25 TTKPRESTIG
28 TUBEINVEST
39
TVTODAY
39 TV18BRDCST
22
TVSELECT
5 TVSMOTOR
91 TVSSRICHAK
6
UCALFUEL
44
UCOBANK
16
68
UFLEX
39
UFO
35
UJAAS
31
16 ULTRACEMCO
40
15
73 UNICHEMLAB
44 UNIONBANK
89
UNIENTER
55
UNIPLY
24
UNITECH
44 UNITEDBNK
11
UBL

Ticker

Company

522014 United Drilling Tool


United Nilgiri Tea
532432 United Spirits Ltd.
507458 UnitedBreweries(Hol)
532746 Unity Infraprojects
504212 Universal Cables
531963 Universal Credit & S
512070 UPL
526987 Urja Global
517146 Usha Martin Ltd.
532765 Usher Agro Ltd.
513216 Uttam Galva Steels
500254 Uttam Value Steels
539123 V B Industries
534976 V Mart Retail
532953 V-Guard Ind.Ltd.
532867 V2 Retail
533269 Va Tech Wabag Ltd.
532320 Vaarad Ventures
519156 Vadilal Indus.
532156 Vaibhav Global Ltd.
511431 Vakrangee
532389 Valecha Engineer
Vardhman Acrylics Lt
500439 Vardhman Holdings
502986 Vardhman Textiles Lt
500465 Varun Shipping
533156 Vascon Engineers Ltd
500295 Vedanta
505232 Veljan Denison
523261 Venkys (India) Ltd.
526953 Venus Remedies L
512229 Veritas (India) Ltd.
520113 Vesuvius India
Veto Switchgears & C
511389 Videocon Industries
531717 Vidhi Dyestuffs
532401 Vijaya Bank
530961 Vikas GlobalOne Ltd.
519307 Vikas WSP
519373 Vimal Oil & Food
524394 Vimta Labs Ltd.
524200 Vinati Organics
517015 Vindhya Telelink
524129 Vinyl Chemicals
507880 VIP Indus.
511726 Vipul Ltd.
534741 Virtual Global Edu
532721 Visa Steel
506146 Visagar Polytex Ltd.
509055 Visaka Indus.
516072 Vishnu Chemicals
532660 Vivimed Labs
511333 VLS Finance L
522122 Voith Paper Fabrics
532757 Voltamp Transformers
500575 Voltas Ltd.
539118 VRL Logistics Ltd.
509966 VST Industries
531266 VST Tillers Tr
532893 VTM Ltd.
533023 WABCO India
507410 Walchandnagar
524212 Wanbury
508494 Warren Tea
523660 Waterbase Ltd.
533452 Weizmann Forex
532144 Welspun Corp
532553 Welspun Enterprises
514162 Welspun India
508933 Welspun Syntex
505412 Wendt India
500444 West Coast Paper
505533 Westlife Development
590073 Wheels India Ltd.
500238 Whirlpool of Ind
526586 Wim Plast Ltd
522029 Windsor Machines
524758 Wintac Ltd.
507685 Wipro Ltd
532300 Wockhardt Ltd.
WOCKPHARMA
538268 Wonderla Holidays Lt
505872 WPIL Ltd.
532616 Xchanging Solutions
511012 Yamini Investments
532648 YES Bank Ltd.
522108 Yuken India
506720 Zandu Realty
505537 Zee Entertainment En
533287 Zee Learn Ltd.
532794 Zee Media Corp
533339 Zen Technologies Ltd
532039 Zenotech Laboratorie
504067 Zensar Technologies
505163 ZF Steering Gear
531404 Zicom Electronic
521163 Zodiac Clothing
503641 Zodiac Ventures
534742 Zuari Agro Chemicals
500780 Zuari Global
531335 Zydus Wellness Ltd.

Ind.
Code

NSE
Code

37
75 UNITEDTEA
11 MCDOWELL-N
89 UBHOLDINGS
53
UNITY
12 UNIVCABLES
46
71
UPL
46
54 USHAMART
40 USHERAGRO
54
UTTAMSTL
54 UTTAMVALUE
46
81
VMART
33
VGUARD
81
V2RETAIL
37
WABAG
89
40 VADILALIND
63 VAIBHAVGBL
23 VAKRANGEE
24 VALECHAENG
88 VARDHACRLC
46
VHL
88
VTL
85 VARUNSHIP
24 VASCONEQ
62
VEDL
21
50
VENKEYS
73 VENUSREM
37
63
VESUVIUS
12
VETO
25
VIDEOIND
31
44 VIJAYABANK
63 VIKASGLOB
63
32
VIMALOIL
63 VIMTALABS
19 VINATIORGA
13 VINDHYATEL
19 VINYLINDIA
76
VIPIND
24
VIPULLTD
23
54 VISASTEEL
88
VIVIDHA
17
VISAKAIND
19
VISHNU
73 VIVIMEDLAB
46 VLSFINANCE
88
78
VOLTAMP
30
VOLTAS
57
VRLLOG
40
VSTIND
9 VSTTILLERS
88
6 WABCOINDIA
38 WALCHANNAG
73
WANBURY
75
4
46 WEIZFOREX
54
WELCORP
24
WELENT
88 WELSPUNIND
88
37
WENDT
70 WSTCSTPAPR
46
6
WHEELS
25 WHIRLPOOL
76
38 WINDMACHIN
73
23
WIPRO
73
63
37
23
46
43
37
24
39
23
39
23
73
23
6
33
88
46
42
42
40

WONDERLA
XCHANGING
YESBANK
ZANDUREALT
ZEEL
ZEELEARN
ZEEMEDIA
ZENTEC
ZENSARTECH
ZICOM
ZODIACLOTH
ZUARI
ZUARIGLOB
ZYDUSWELL

Cover Story

A Holistic View
The cover story takes a look at how various factors have affected the
Indian equity markets and what lies in store

48

DSIJ.in JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015

almost 8 per cent after dust has settled


down around the Greece crisis and the
Communist Party in China tried to stabilise
the equity market there. In the following
paragraphs we will try to understand how
these events and other events will play out
in the coming months, what will be their
impact on the Indian equity market
returns, and how should you build up your
portfolio?

implementation of key reforms on pension


and VAT, which was rejected by the Greek
voters earlier, will always be difficult if not
impossible. Therefore, the problem may
have been warded off for time being but
this problem may resurface again few years
or months down the line as we have been
seeing in the last five years.
Regardless, we feel that even the worst

Sensex Movement Year Till Date


Volatility has increased since March

30000

Sensex

29000

28000

27000

26000
Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

2015

he confluence of global events in last couple


of months has increased the volatility in the
equity market globally and the Indian
market has not remained immune to that.
The Greece crisis, Chinese stock meltdown,
the expectations of US Fed rate hike
happening in September and Iran deal has
dominated every business channel and
newspaper. These global events along with
the domestic triggers such as ongoing
results season, progress of monsoon, RBIs
bi-monthly monetary policy meeting early
next month and start of the monsoon
session of parliament will shape up the
direction of equity market in short term.
Year till date (July 17, 2015) the frontline
equity indices in India have moved up by
3.5 per cent, however, it masks the volatility
in between. After touching an all time of
29681 on closing basis on January 29 and
30024 on intraday basis on March 4, Sensex
corrected by little more than 11 per cent in
next couple of months as the Greece drama
plot thickened and early signs of crack in
the Chinese stock market were clearly
visible. Since then the market has gained

Greece Blinks: Long Term Reforms


Remain Elusive
After six months of procrastination to any
meaningful negotiation, a miss on the
payment to International Monetary Fund,
more than two weeks of capital control and
finally 17 hours of marathon meeting,
Greece managed to reach a deal with its
creditors that will help it to pave the way for
further negotiation for the third bailout of
Greece since 2010. We believe and
maintain our earlier stance that without a
political unity, it is very hard to enforce
monetary unity. The recent agreement, like
its predecessors, is just kicking the can
down the road and buying some more
time. The agreement fails to address the
heart of the problem.
According to a report by Reuters, the IMF
(International Monetary Fund) informed
the leaders just after the meeting that
Greeces debt is not sustainable, as they
need much more dramatic extension or
upfront haircuts. That problem has not
been addressed. Moreover, the

outcome of the crisis, i.e. Grexit, is not


going to impact severely the Indian equity
market. It will at the most have a temporary
impact as we saw this time when the Sensex
fell by more than 500 points in early trade
on July 6; however, it recovered from its low
and closed a mere 166 points lower at the
end. Other than the knee-jerk reaction, the
Greece crisis will not have a lasting impact
the way many observers are linking it with
the fall of Lehman Brothers at the height of
US financial crisis. It is because the Greece
economy constitutes less than 2 per cent of
the nominal GDP of Eurozone and Indias
direct exposure to Greece in terms of trade
is less than a 1 billion USD.
Therefore, we need not worry much about
the Greece problem till the time it does not
initiate a dominos effect leading to default by
other countries and banks, chances of which
are very remote. Nonetheless, we believe we
are now better prepared to face any such
eventuality. The other global event that was
looming large over the Indian market was the
steep fall in the Chinese market.
JULY 27 - AUG 9, 2015 DSIJ.in

49

Cover Story
Eurozone GDP
Greece Constitute Less Than Two Per Cent Of Nominal Gdp Of Eurozone
6.2% Netherlands
1.9% Greece
16.1% Italy
21.3% France

the Indian equity market


as we are better placed in
terms of future growth.
The expected series of
economic reforms,
cooling inflation and
falling interest rates will
work in our favour.

Chinese stock performance has had a rapid decline since mid-June


CHINESE STOCK PERFORMANCE HAS UNDERGONE A RAPID DECLINE
SINCE MID-JUNE
CUMULATIVE RETURN (REBASE ON SEP 2014 )
300
250

The impact of above


events is better summed
28.8% Germany
up by Shashibhushan
M R, CEO, Way2Wealth
Brokers, both
events seem to be
Chinese Stock Market: A Rollerpositive for our markets. Greece debt
Coaster Ride
recast by multi lateral agencies has helped
The Chinese equity indices saw a
bring back confidence in the markets.
dramatic rise and even more striking
With the Chinese crisis, Indian markets are
fall in the last one year. For example, the
bound to get better attention & allocations
Shanghai Composite Index had risen by
from FIIs, particularly the long term
131 per cent since September 2014 before
oriented international pension funds & the
touching its recent peak on June 12, after
likes..
which it crashed 30 per cent in a little more
than three trading weeks. This volatility has The decline in the Chinese economic
the potential of impacting other country
growth, one of the factors attributed
equity indices too. But neither the wild ride to fall in equity market, is actually a
up nor down seems related to the
blessing in disguise for India. Prices of
underlying performance of the listed
various commodities are directly related to
companies.
the economic activity in China.
Hence, lesser demand from China had
At their peak, according to a report by
already put pressure on commodity prices
Bloomberg, Chinese shares were trading
including gold, which is trading at its five
almost twice as expensive as they were
year low.
when the Shanghai Composite peaked in
October 2007 and more than three times
In addition to above in one of the historic
pricier than any of the worlds top 10
deal struck between Iran and US-led
markets. The median stock on Chinese
P5 + 1 nations, which will lift international
exchanges traded at about 58 times
sanctions from Iran, will reduce the
projected earnings for the next 12 months,
international crude oil prices. This will
compared with 18 for the US and 16.5 for
also help India to resume its crude oil
Japan. So it was no brainer that Chinese
purchases from Iran that will lower its
stocks were in the bubble zone and tight
import bill as currently India was importing
liquidity brought by seasonal cash hoarding from other sources like Nigeria and
and a long list of IPOs, as well as regulators Venezuela that were at considerable
scrutiny on margin financing pricked
geographical distance. The combined
the bubble.
impact of slowdown in Chinese economy
and Iran deal has led to fall in commodity
Although the fall in the Chinese stock
prices. This will help the Indian government
market has the potential of contagion
to manage its finances in a better way and
impact to other emerging equity markets
will also help the corporate sector to boost
or Asian markets including India in
their margins while at the same time
terms of outflow of foreign money,
inflation will be contained.
we do not see it happening now. On the
contrary some of the outflow from the
Hence, these events should not perturb
Chinese equity market may find place in
long-term investors.

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Shenzhen Composite

Peak: 255.4

MSCI China

Peak: 231.1

200
160.3
150

15.1% Other eurozone countri


10.6% Spain

Shanghai Composite

Peak: 128.5

100

151.9

101.9

50
0

Source: FactSet, J.P. Morgan AssetManagement. Data reflect most recently


available as of 7/7/2015.

US Fed Reserve Rate Hike


The only international factor that we
should watch carefully is the timing of the
US Fed rate hike. Now, as the Greece crisis
has more or less been addressed and a
perpendicular fall in the Chinese market
has been arrested, concerns of disruption in
the financial market have faded as of now.
These factors along with the substantial
improvement in the US labour market and
strong economic activity in the first quarter
of 2015 might give comfort to US Federal
Reserve to start raising interest rates, first
time in a decade, before the end of 2015.
This will definitely have its repercussions.
We already got a taste of it during the taper
tantrum episode in May and June of 2013,
where a mere mention of scaling back of
quantitative easing and not raising the
interest rate by US Fed created extreme
volatility in both equity as well as bond
markets. We saw a sharp fall in the equity
prices and jump in 10 year government
bonds, which crossed 9 per cent.
This time, however, India is better placed to
face any such volatility as the governments
finances in terms of twin deficits, GDP
growth rate and inflation are at much more
comfortable level, which reduces Indias
vulnerabilities from external factors more
than in many other emerging economies.
This also got vindicated in a report by global
ratings agency Fitch that said the so-called
fragile five emerging economies including
India and Brazil are showing fewer signs of
vulnerability to US Federal Reserves rate
hike. The large emerging markets (EMs) -Brazil, India, Indonesia, Turkey and South

Africa -- are exhibiting fewer signs of


vulnerability to a drop in capital inflows
than some of their smaller counterparts.
Regardless, we believe the rate hike will
definitely entail outflow of foreign money.
The foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have
remained the dominant force in the Indian
equity market and largely determined the
market direction. The Indian mutual fund
played a role of second fiddle to FPIs;
however, in the months of May and June
2015 we saw role reversals. Despite FPIs
pulling out `5768 crore and Rs3344 crore in
the months of May and June from the
Indian equity market, Sensex gained
marginally in the month of May and by 2.3
per cent in the month of June.

Greece debt recast by has helped


bring back condence in the
markets. With the Chinese crisis,
Indian markets are bound to get
better attention & allocations from
FIIs, particularly the long term
oriented international pension
funds & the likes
Shashibhushan M R
CEO, Way2Wealth Brokers

`/CR

some volatility when US Fed decides to


sectors IT and pharmaceutical will benefit.
hike rates. Corporate sector debt has risen
Rupee depreciation by 1 per cent is
very rapidly, nearly doubling in the last five
expected to improve the absolute EBITDA
What led to such gain was investment by
years to about USD 120 billion. According
(median) of IT corporates by 1.8 per cent
to a report by India
and that of pharmaceutical corporates by
Net equity Investment By FIIs and MFs in year 2015
Ratings & Research,
1.63 per cent. The textile sector also showed
MFs invested more in Indian equities in the month of May and June 2015
among 500 top listed
a positive sensitivity of 0.7 per cent in
15000
borrowers (exFY14. Sectors that will be negatively
nancial
banking
and
fi
impacted are fertiliser and consumer
10000
services), 234
durables. A 1 per cent depreciation of rupee
corporates had a
would reduce the absolute EBITDA of
5000
negative sensitivity to
corporates in the fertiliser sector (highly
0
rupee depreciation in
import dependent) by 2 per cent and would
FIIs
he
rupee
FY14.
Ift
shave off 0.37 per cent (median) of
Indian MF
-5000
depreciates by 1 per
operating profit for the consumer durable
cent (against the US
sector. Besides the above factors, there are
-10000
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
21 Jul
dollar), it would shave some domestic factors that will play an
2015
off their absolute
important role in giving direction to the
Indian mutual funds of more than `10000
EBITDA by 0.19 per
Indian equity market.
crore and `4000 crore in the months of May cent (median).
and June respectively. Going forward, we
Monsoon and Monetary Policy
believe they will continue to play a larger
However, this is lower than the 0.28 per
role in terms of providing stability to the
The Indian Meteorological Department
cent (median) observed across 237
(IMD) had earlier given a cautious forecast
market. Mutual funds, in this Bull Run, are
corporates in FY13. The agency estimates
for the monsoon this season. Nonetheless,
attracting inflows in a scale that is
that in FY15 the situation may not have
the progress of south-west monsoon has
unmatchable in their entire history. Net
shown a meaningful improvement over
been adequate in the first month (June)
inflows in equity MFs (including equityFY14. In terms of sectors, net exporting
where we saw rainfall
linked savings schemes) stood at `1,03,962
crore in the last 15 months ending June,
16 per cent more
500 Largest Borrowers with Different Sensitivity Buckets
which is higher than inflows received over
than the long period
Nearly half of them to suffer from rupee depreciation
a 12-year time-frame stretching between
average. However,
(count)
2012
2013
2014
January 2002 and April 2014.
likelihood of a
200
184
180
170
deficiency in
149
150
130 133
Regardless, the appreciation of the U.S.
monsoon still cannot
dollar will put pressure on balance-sheets
be ruled out as El
100
81 80 75
Nino conditions
of banks, firms, and households that
37 41
50
borrow in dollars but have assets or
continue to prevail.
32
19
19
17 15 17
15
11 17 13 14 9 9
earnings in other currencies. Indias
In fact, the IMD
0
<-5
-3 to -5
-3 to -1
-1 to 0
0-1
1-3
3-5
>5
corporate sector, which has borrowed
expects July and
Source: Ind-Ra, company financials
heavily in foreign currency, may experience
August to receive 8
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per cent and 10 per cent deficient rainfall
this year. June typically receives around 19
per cent of south-west rainfall while the
months of July and August receive a much
higher share of rainfall at around 33 per cent
and 29 per cent respectively. When asked to
Shashibhushan about progress of monsoon,
he explained that monsoon has been
delayed a little. However most part of the
country has seen late showers and seems to
be catching up well. In all, it looks to be
normal.
Sowing, however, has been upbeat post the
initial spell of rains with cumulative sowing
at around 56.3 million hectares (MH) in June
1- July 17, 2015 vs. 34.75 MH in the
corresponding period last year. This covers
more than 50 per cent of the total area under
kharif crops last year. Moreover, the link
between south-west monsoon performance
and food inflation is getting weak due to
gradual importance of the rabi season,
progress of irrigation facilities over the years,
and policy response towards food supply.
Incidentally, while 2014 saw a south-west
monsoon deficiency of 12 per cent, food
inflation at both wholesale and retail
levels declined considerably largely on
account of factors like controlled
increase in MSPs, prudent liquidation
of buffer stocks, and strict action on
illegal hoarding. Hence, if monsoon
deficiency were to play out as expected,
prompt policy response from the
government would once again become an
imperative for curbing food price pressures.
In a sign of preparedness, the government
has already announced moderate increase in
MSPs, started importing high price pressure
items like pulses, and is likely to tap the
Price Stabilization Fund (for onions/
potatoes) announced in the Union Budget.
All this eases inflationary concerns, going
forward. Can the RBI reduce rates if poor
rains push up food inflation as we saw for
the month of June where CPI food inflation
for June rose substantially to 5.48 per cent
versus 4.8 per cent in May? If history can
give any indication, one can expect a dovish
stance by the RBI Governor in next RBI
meeting. During the earlier BJP led
government RBI Governor Bimal Jalan had
cut rates during the 2003 drought.

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Besides, pending bills in


parliament what is also
impacting investments is high
interest rates and presence of
high NPAs in the system both of
which need to addressed before
which next round of capex from
private sector can kick in
Jaspreet Singh Arora
Vice President, Systematix Shares & Stocks India

Moreover, Govornor Rajan himself has


acknowledged this recently: For example,
2002-03, there was very weak rain, but you
had very limited inflation, partly because of
government action. So I think we need to
wait and see how all those factors play out,
that would be the biggest factor that is on
our mind right now... . Therefore, we
cannot completely rule out a rate cut in the
forthcoming RBI meeting.

Parliament Session:
Awaiting the Outcome
The monsoon session of Parliament has
begun and there are ten bills pending in
RajyaShabha, two and most important bills
(The Right to Fair Compensation and
Transparency in Land Acquisition,
Rehabilitation and Re-settlement
(Second) Bill and the Goods and Services
Tax Bill) are held up in a committee.
Non passage of these bills may impact
market sentiments. Holding of these
bills is also impacting the overall
investment sentiments in India. According
to Jaspreet Singh Arora, Senior Vice
President, Systematix Shares & Stocks
India, Pending important bills are
definitely impacting the investment
climate. It is going to be difficult to get it
through in the coming monsoon session
unless government resorts to joint session
of both houses. But given Bihar elections in
October 2015, its unlikely the government
will take that measure. Besides this what is
also impacting investments is high interest
rates and presence of high NPAs in the
system both of which need to addressed

before which next round of capex from


private sector can kick in.
Despite all the controversies surrounding
the government we are of the opinion that
there are 75-80 per cent probability that
atleast GST bill will see the light of the day
in this session (to know more on this read
edit.)This will give a major boost to the
Indian equity market.

Outlook and Valuation


The spectacular rise in the Indian equity
market since Narendra Modi was
nominated as the PM candidate from BJP
has made the Indian equity market
relatively expensive, at first glance. The
MSCI India index traded on a price/
earnings ratio of 23.48 at the end of June
2015, and a price/book ratio of 3.28. The
figure for the MSCI Emerging Markets
index was 14.19 and 1.55, respectively. This
may seem to give weight to the idea that
optimism about the Modi government has
pushed up valuations. However, India has
generally been a relatively expensive
market compared to the rest of the
emerging universe. This reflects the
higher quality of the India corporate sector
as a whole and their return ratios. We
believe that the Indian equity market
presents an exciting investment
opportunity now. For those who have
missed the bus earlier, every correction
should be used to build your portfolio. In
the following pages we are presenting eight
such stocks that are beaten down in recent
correction but offers good investment
opportunity in long run.

On financial front, net sales from


operations of CSL boosted by 19.67 per
cent and stood at `194.2 crore in Q1FY16
compared to same period of last fiscal.
CSLs EBITDA stood at `28.24 crore with
growth of 16.94 per cent on yearly basis.
However, The EBITDA margin contracted
by 34 basis points to 14.54 per cent in
Q1FY16 compared to Q1FY15.
The financial cost increased by 26.62 per
cent and the tax expenses too increased by

Exide Industries

xide Industries (EIL) is a


manufacturer of lead acid storage
batteries for automotive and
industrial applications. The companys
business segments include Storage Batteries
& allied products, Solar Lantern & Home
Lights, and Life Insurance business. It also
manufactures submarine batteries. EILs
products include electric storage batteries
used for starting piston engines, other
lead-acid accumulators and home
uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
systems.

Anticipating future demand EIL has


already lined up major investments of
about `800 crore in capacity expansion and
technology upgradation in the current
financial year. Further, on raw material
front, Exide consumes lead about 75.41 per
cent of total raw materials. International
lead prices declined by 18.18 per cent to
USD 1800 per tonne during one year
period. This slide in its raw material will

CMP : `2024.00

Face Value: `5

Cera Sanitaryware
(`/ Cr.)
Net Sales
Net Sales Growth (%)
Operating Prot

FY15

FY14

FY13

FY12

FY11

821.67

663.69

487.87

319.39

23.80

36.04

52.75

31.46

242.95
26.96

124.12

101.09

84.32

60.21

50.77

Operating Prot Growth (%)

22.78

19.88

40.05

18.60

31.77

Net Prot

67.66

51.91

46.21

32.04

26.54

Net Prot Growth (%)

30.36

12.34

44.23

20.71

35.33

Adjusted EPS (`)

52.03

41.02

36.51

25.32

20.97

Operating Prot Margin (%)

15.11

15.23

17.28

18.85

20.90

Net Prot Margin (%)

8.23

7.82

9.47

10.03

10.92

ROCE (%)

0.19

0.18

0.18

0.13

0.11

16.5 per cent on yearly basis. The net profit


of the company stood at `15.67 crore
compared to `13.63 crore, rose by 14.97 per
cent on yearly basis.
Considering macroeconomic overview,
more than 110 million rural households
are without toilets across India in 2012.
The government was able to assist 11
million households in building toilets
during FY15. The governments

BSE CODE : 500086

Source: ACE Equity

era Sanitaryware (CSL) is a


sanitaryware production
company. As an expansion
strategy, CSL is always looking for joint
venture (JV) partners for manufacture of
sanitary ware products and tiles in
preparation for future demand as also for
margin boost. Further, the company has
already proposed to invest `125 to 150
crore over the next two years in JVs and
upgrading its units.

BSE CODE : 532443

ambitious initiatives such as Swatch


Bharat Abhiyan, Smart Cities, AMRUT
cities and many more will definitely
create demand of CSLs product in
coming days.
Further, the CSL is virtually debt free
company with Debt to equity ratio of 0.16
as of FY15. With good ROE of 23.51 per
cent and ROCE of 31.40 per cent in FY15,
we recommend this company to buy.

CMP : `153.00

Face Value: `1

Exide Industries
(`/Cr.)
Net Sales
Net Sales Growth (%)
Operating Prot
Operating Prot Growth (%)

FY15
6874.21

FY14
5964.24

FY13
6071.37

FY12
5110.06

FY11
4547.33

15.26

-1.76

18.81

12.37

19.86

939.69

849.87

859.93

751.15

982.72

10.57

-1.17

14.48

-23.56

8.58

545.88

487.08

522.78

461.17

666.36

12.07

-6.83

13.36

-30.79

24.07

6.42

5.73

6.15

5.43

7.84

13.67

14.25

14.16

14.70

21.61

Net Prot Margin (%)

7.94

8.17

8.61

9.02

14.65

ROCE (%)

0.14

0.13

0.14

0.13

0.20

Net Prot
Net Prot Growth (%)
Adjusted EPS (`)
Operating Prot Margin (%)

definitely help to company to expand


profit margins.
On financial front, EIL posted `9568 crore
in FY15 with a growth of 14.85 per cent on
yearly basis. The companys EBITDA rose
by 9.46 per cent to `970 crore in FY15
compared to previous financial year. EILs
net profit also increased by 12.83 per cent
to `614.55 crore in FY15 compared to
previous fiscal year. However, its EBITDA

margin and net margin contracted by 50


and 12 basis points to 10.14 and 6.42 per
cent in FY15.
Interestingly, EIL has negligible debt to
equity ratio of 0.02 as of FY15. On valuation
front, EIL stock is available at PE multiple of
23.78x, which quite cheaper compard to PE
multiples of Amara Raja Batteries at 35.75x
and Eveready Industries at 54.23x. hence we
recommend to buy this stock.
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Cera Sanitaryware

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Gateway Distriparks
(`/Cr.)

FY15

FY14

270.02

192.53

202.45

222.10

40.25

-4.90

-8.85

21.36

15.41

140.62

75.76

100.53

134.76

101.88

Operating Prot Growth (%)

85.61

-24.63

-25.41

32.27

15.56

Net Prot

80.69

37.07

57.56

82.01

84.84

117.66

-35.59

-29.82

-3.33

9.88

7.42

3.41

5.30

7.57

7.86

Operating Prot Margin (%)

52.08

39.35

49.65

60.68

55.67

Net Prot Margin (%)

29.88

19.26

28.43

36.93

46.36

0.12

0.06

0.09

0.12

0.12

Net Sales
Net Sales Growth (%)
Operating Prot

Net Prot Growth (%)


Adjusted EPS (`)

ROCE (%)

On financial front, the consolidated


total revenue from operations of
Gateway Distriparks rose by 9.73 per cent
to
`1111 crore in FY15 against `1013 crore in
FY14. The operating profit rose by 23.5 per
cent to `341 crore from `276 crore on
yearly basis. The operating profit margin
expanded by 344 basis points to 30.69 per
cent in FY15 on yearly basis. The net profit
of the company increased by 38.24 per cent

ITC

TC is a conglomerate with business


segments viz.: fast moving consumer
goods (FMCG), hotels, paperboards and
specialty papers, packaging, agri-business,
and information technology. FMCG business
consists of cigarettes, cigars, smoking
mixtures, and branded packaged foods,
personal care products, education and
stationery products, lifestyle retailing,
incense sticks (agarbattis) and safety matches.

ITC is a dominant player in the Cigarettes


segment with a revenue market share of over
75 per cent . Higher disposable income in
rural areas could result in consumers
switching from lower end products like bidis
and local made cigarettes to micro filter
cigarettes. ITC plans to stimulate the
distribution strategy for its FMCG business
by increasing its direct reach to 1 lakh
villages in India. These 1 lakh villages
account for 80 per cent of rural
consumption. The companys segments
other than FMCG account for just 18.07 per

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CMP : `335.00

Face Value: `10

and stood at `188 crore from `136 crore


year on year basis.The net profit margin
expanded by 349 basis points to 16.92 per
cent in FY15 on yearly basis.
Gateway Distriparks Railway products
segment revenue rose by 21.9 per cent
amounting to `691 crore and Container
Freight Station Operations segment
revenue rose by 15.98 per cent `340 crore
during FY15. The Chain Division segment

BSE CODE : 500875

FY13

FY12

FY11
183.01

Source: ACE Equity

ateway Distriparks is in a business


of Warehousing, Container
Freight Stations, providing
handling and clearance of sea borne Exim
Trade in containerized form. The company
operates container freight stations (CFS) at
Navi Mumbai, Chennai, Visakhapatnam
and Inland Container Depot at Garhi
Harsaru. Gateway Distriparks plans to
utilise its land banks to further extend
capacities, expand its presence in
new locations.

BSE CODE : 532622

revenue decreased by 46.8 per cent to `82


crore in FY15 on yearly basis.
Gateway Distriparks has 40.4 per cent stake
in Snowman Logistics and is its largest
shareholder. Snowman is too posting good
financial results year on year. Going ahead,
as there is significant growth in the logistic
segment after implementation of Goods
and Service Tax across India. Hence we
recommend this stock to buy.

Face Value: `1

CMP : `315.00

ITC
(`/Cr.)
Net Sales
Net Sales Growth (%)
Operating Prot
Operating Prot Growth (%)
Net Prot
Net Prot Growth (%)

FY15
36083.21

FY14
32882.56

FY13

FY12

FY11

29605.58

24798.43

21167.58

9.73

11.07

19.38

17.15

16.61

15016.68

13561.98

11566.21

9673.96

7992.53

10.73

17.26

19.56

21.04

19.49

9607.73

8785.21

7418.39

6162.37

4987.61
22.82

9.36

18.42

20.38

23.55

Adjusted EPS (`)

11.99

11.05

9.39

7.88

6.45

Operating Prot Margin (%)

41.62

41.24

39.07

39.01

37.76

Net Prot Margin (%)

26.63

26.72

25.06

24.85

23.56

0.31

0.30

0.28

0.25

0.22

ROCE (%)

cent of its revenue in FY15.


On financial front, consolidated total
income of ITC increased by 9.96 per cent to
`38835 crore in FY15 on yearly basis. The
companys EBITDA boosted by 8.81 per
cent to `14202 crore in FY15 compared to
previous fiscal year. However, Net profit of
the company increased by 8.68 per cent
from `8891 crore in FY14 to `9663 crore in
FY15. But its net profit margin contracted

by 30 basis points to 24.88 per cent in FY15


on yearly basis. The company has virtually
debt free status with debt to equity ratio of
0.01 at the end of FY15. ITC scrip is
available at PE multiple of 26.03x times its
trailing twelve month EPS of `12.05.
Though, continuous regulatory pressure and
aggressive competition in other FMCG
products weighed on ITC during last half
year. We believe that the ITC share is
available at quit a good attractive valuation.

Source: ACE Equity

Gateway Distriparks

On financial front, Jusdials total income


from operations rose by 27.86 per cent and

Just Dial
(`/Cr.)

FY15

Net Sales
Net Sales Growth (%)
Operating Prot
Operating Prot Growth (%)
Net Prot
Net Prot Growth (%)
Adjusted EPS (`)

PSPL showed stellar financial performance


during FY15. The company posted revenue
of `3420 crore which was higher by 32.15

FY14

FY13

589.80

461.29

0.28

0.27

362.77
--

190.54

164.85

98.45

0.16

0.67

--

138.89

120.61

68.48

0.15

0.76

--

19.70

17.19

9.85

Operating Prot Margin (%)

32.31

35.74

27.14

Net Prot Margin (%)

23.55

26.15

18.88

The Justdial scrip is available at PE multiple


of 55.4 times. Company has a good brand
recall in voice searches and has built a
strong SME database. Justdial has added
online food ordering feature, with more
new revenue streams in the offering. In
current financial year the site will have a
clutch of such features, including doctor
appointment, cab booking and movie
ticketing. Hence we recommend to buy this
stock.

stood at `590 crore in FY15 compared to


`460 crore in FY14. Companys
depreciation expenses decreased by 73.34
per cent in 2015 compared to last year. The
operating profit rose by 13.33 per cent to
`142 crore. The other income rose by 22.38
per cent on yearly basis which impacted
rise in net profit of the company. The net
profit of Jusdial in FY15 increased by 15.11
per cent to `139 crore against `121 crore in
FY14. The companys EPS stood at `19.7.

Prestige Estate Projects BSE CODE : 533274


restige Estate Projects (PSPL) is a
real estate company and its business
segments include Residential,
Commercial, Retail, Hospitality and
Services. The company operates in
Bangalore, Goa, Hyderabad, Mangalore,
Cochin and Chennai. The company now
has over 184 completed projects spanning a
total developed area of over 60.74 million
sqft. It also has another 57 ongoing projects
comprising around 59.24 million square
feet & 43 upcoming projects totaling 44.11
million square feet, which include
Apartment Enclaves, Shopping Malls and
Corporate Structures, spread across all
asset classes. In a recent development, PSPL
is in final talks to acquire remaining 62 per
cent stake in Bengalurus Exora Business
Park at an estimated cost of `1300 to
`1500 crore.

CMP : `1107.00

Face Value: `10

Source: ACE Equity

ustdial provides fast, free, reliable and


comprehensive information to users and
connect buyers to sellers. The company
started offering local search services in 1996
under the Justdial brand and is now the
leading local search engine in India. Justdial
has also initiated its Search Plus Services for
the users. These services are aimed at making
several day-to-day tasks conveniently
actionable and accessible to the users. Justdial
is transitioning from being purely a provider
of local search and related information to
being an enabler of such transactions. Justdial
intends to provide an online platform to
thousands of SMEs to get them discovered
and transacted. Justdial has a database of
approximately 15 million listings as of March
31, 2015. The company entered in booming
e-commerce market through transaction
model. Justdial had approximately 331200
campaigns as of FY15.

BSE CODE : 535648

CMP : `223.00

Face Value: `10

Prestige Estate Projects


(`/Cr.)
Net Sales
Net Sales Growth (%)
Operating Prot
Operating Prot Growth (%)

FY15

FY14

FY13

FY12

FY11

2284.97

1929.81

1477.89

727.62

18.40

30.58

103.11

-46.66

1364.19
43.65

821.01

649.81

511.28

290.65

400.27

26.35

27.09

75.91

-27.39

52.91

414.23

340.02

276.07

129.07

203.55

Net Prot Growth (%)

21.83

23.16

113.89

-36.59

43.62

Adjusted EPS (`)

11.05

9.71

7.89

3.93

6.20

Operating Prot Margin (%)

35.93

33.67

34.60

39.95

29.34

Net Prot Margin (%)

18.13

17.62

18.68

17.74

14.92

0.07

0.07

0.06

0.03

0.05

Net Prot

ROCE (%)

per cent on yearly basis. Its EBITDA rose


by 37.97 per cent to `994 crore in FY15
compared to previous fiscal year. PSPLs
EBITDA margin expanded by 80 basis
points to 29.06 per cent in FY15 on yearly
basis. Net profit of the company increased
by 5.76 per cent to `332.37 crore in FY15
compared to previous financial year.
However, its net margin contracted by 261
basis points to 9.72 per cent in FY15 on
yearly basis. PSPL had debt to equity ratio

of 1.06 as of FY15, quite better compared to


its industry peers.
The company has a product mix of ongoing
projects as 83 per cent residential, 10 per
cent commercial, 5 per cent retail and 2 per
cent hospitality. The shares of this
diversified real estate company is available
at PE multiple of 25.58x times of its TTM
EPS of `8.86. Hence we recommend a buy
on this stock.
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Source: ACE Equity

Just Dial

Cover Story
Shriram City Union Finance BSE CODE : 532498

On financial front, SCUFLs revenue


increased by 10.99 per cent to `3562 crore
in FY15 compared to previous financial
year. Over the past five years net sales of the
company increased consistently. Its
EBITDA increased by 5.14 per cent to
`2215 crore in FY15 on yearly basis.
The company posted net profit of `571

Symphony

ymphony is headquartered at
Ahmedabad, operates in two segments:
home appliances and corporate funds.
Symphony provides domestic, commercial
and industrial air coolers. With its continuou
focus on R&D and innovations to innovate
its products, enhancement in design,
technology and post sales services, the
company is able to command a market share
of more than 50 per cent in the organized
product category. Over the years, Symphony
has established a robust distribution network
comprising about 750 dealers, 16,500 retail
dealers in 4,500 towns.
On financial front, Symphonys total
income boosted by 31.8 per cent to `412.23
crore in 9MFY15 on yearly basis (June
ending). The company sold 615295 units of
Air Coolers with growth of 24.5 per cent
during 9MFY15 on yearly basis. Interestingly,
the company was able to grow in its
realization to `6270 per unit during 9MFY15
compared to `6029 in 9MFY14. The

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Shriram City Union Finance


(`/Cr.)
Net Sales

FY15

FY14

3482.24

Net Sales Growth (%)


Operating Prot
Operating Prot Growth (%)
Net Prot
Net Prot Growth (%)

FY13

3191.33

FY12

3071.47

2037.48

FY11
1320.54

9.12

3.90

50.75

54.29

23.18

2226.90

2160.12

2100.52

1466.45

919.52

3.09

2.84

43.24

59.48

15.74

558.06

521.14

449.61

342.53

240.59

7.08

15.91

31.26

42.37

23.85

Adjusted EPS (`)

84.67

87.91

81.13

65.41

48.56

Operating Prot Margin (%)

63.95

67.69

68.39

71.97

69.63

Net Prot Margin (%)

16.03

16.33

14.64

16.81

18.22

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.03

0.02

ROCE (%)

crore with increment of 7.38 per cent in


FY15 on yearly basis. But its net profit
margin contracted by 54 basis points to
16.04 per cent in FY15 compared to
previous financial year. The companys net
interest margin expanded by 150 basis
points to 13.6 per cent in FY15 on yearly
basis.
SCUFLs asset quality marginally declined
as its Gross non performing asset (NPA)

BSE CODE : 517385

Source: ACE Equity

The company also provides finance to


commercial vehicles, Personal Loans, Small
Business Loans, and Loan against Gold. It
has over 1000 business outlets across India
and enjoys a high credit rating.

CMP : `1657.00

expanded by 45 basis points to 3.12 per


cent amounting to `491 crore in FY15 on
yearly basis.
Net NPA stood at 0.68 per cent to
`107 crore in FY15 while its net NPA
remained at 0.60 per cent to `76 crore in

FY14. SCUFL stock is available at trailing


PE multiple of 19.21x times trailing EPS
of `86.7. Hence we recommend buy
this stock.

Face Value: `2

CMP : `1876.00

Symphony
(`/Cr.)
Net Sales
Net Sales Growth (%)
Operating Prot

FY15

FY14

FY13

FY12

FY11

451.22

308.33

250.05

232.66

46.34

23.31

7.47

22.60

189.77
52.77

136.77

93.85

72.14

67.78

56.86

Operating Prot Growth (%)

45.73

30.09

6.43

19.20

39.48

Net Prot

98.87

62.68

50.34

44.93

36.93

Net Prot Growth (%)

57.74

24.51

12.04

21.65

-14.60

Adjusted EPS (`)

28.25

17.91

14.38

2.57

10.56

Operating Prot Margin (%)

30.31

30.44

28.85

29.13

29.96

Net Prot Margin (%)

21.91

20.33

20.13

19.31

19.46

0.28

0.25

0.25

0.23

ROCE (%)

0.39

companys EBITDA rose by 48.8 per cent to


`134.81 crore in 9MFY15 compared to same
period in previous financial year. Its EBITDA
margin expanded by 373 basis points to 32.7
per cent in 9M FY15 on yearly basis.
Symphonys net profit too showed a growth
of 42.36 per cent on yearly basis and a net
profit margin expansion of 169 basis points
to 22.84 per cent during 9MFY15 compared
to same period in previous
fiscal year.

Symphony is zero debt company with


good ROE of 38.33 per cent and ROCE of
37.28 per cent in FY14. Symphonys
shareholding pattern indicates that FII
holdings expanded by 164 basis points to
3.82 per cent and DII holdings expanded by
209 to 5.61 per cent during last twelve
months. On valuation front, the stock is
available at PE multiple of 50.68x times its
trailing EPS of `36.28. We recommend buy
this stock.

Source: ACE Equity

hriram City Union Finance (SCUFL)


is Shriram Group flagship company
and is in the business of providing
long term home loans. SCUFL has a
comprehensive range of offerings
comprising finance for Two Wheelers and
Three Wheelers, Four Wheeler to both new
and pre-owned passenger.

Face Value: `10

In Focus

Mutual Funds

Be A Disciplined Investor
Hemant Rustagi,
CEO, Wiseinvest Advisors Pvt Ltd

Hemant Rustagi
CEO, Wiseinvest Advisors Pvt Ltd
approach, you benefit from averaging.
Remember, a disciplined approach is the
right way to benefit from the true potential
of an asset class like equity as it limits your
downside and reduces variance in your
returns.

very investor aspires to have enough


money at different stages of his life to
achieve goals like childrens education
and marriage, buying a house, going for a
vacation and having a comfortable retired
life. However, not many follow the right way
to accumulate the money required to achieve
these goals. While some investors get
overwhelmed by the thought of having to
accumulate a large corpus for these goals,
there are those who do not even start the
process of investing thinking that they do not
have enough money to invest.
As a result, they often struggle to garner
enough resources to fulfill their needs. Its
time for investors to rethink their investment
strategies and realign their investments in a
manner that they can get the best out of
them. The truth is that if investors start early
and invest regularly, they can benefit from
power of compounding. Power of
compounding, described by Albert Einstein
as the eighth wonder of the world, allows
investors to accumulate a large corpus when
they allow their money to grow over time.
If you have been facing similar dilemmas,
you can untangle them by following a
disciplined investment approach. It is a
proven fact that investing early is a great
strategy for long-term investors. However, if
you havent been able to do so, it should not
be the cause for not initiating the process at
all. Moreover, when you invest in an asset
class like equity by following a disciplined

No wonder, more and more investors are


enrolling for SIP today. They are realising
that an approach of investing a fixed amount
at a pre-determined interval is helping them
in removing emotions from their decisionmaking process. However, it is also true that
Indian investors have had mixed experiences
from their investments through SIP,
especially in equity and equity-oriented
funds. The fact that many investors
discontinue their SIPs every time the stock
market turns volatile is a testimony to their
indiscretions in following an approach that
propagates total discipline while investing.
Therefore, to ensure investment success on a
regular basis, you must adopt a disciplined
investment approach. Remember, too much
of experimentation and doing things on ad
hoc basis can spell disaster for your financial
future. Here is how you can get the best
results by investing through SIP:
Create a Budget: Many investors, especially
those who start investing late, often make the
mistake of committing a large amount for
investing through SIP. As a result, they find it
difficult to continue the process after
sometime. Besides, rather than reducing the
amount of SIP, they stop the process itself.
Therefore, you must start conservatively and
gradually increase the amount to ensure
continuity. Budgeting can go a long way in
ensuring your investment process continues
un-interruptedly.
Invest with a Committed Time Horizon: It is
quite common to see investors enrolling for

SIP for random periods. The rationale


behind this approach is to analyze the
performance over a period of one year or so
and then take a call for the long term. This is
an illogical way of assessing not only the
performance of an asset class like equity but
also the effectiveness of a powerful
mechanism like SIP. The right way would be
to invest with a time commitment that is
aligned to your long-term goals. Remember,
the longer you follow this process, the more
you benefit from averaging and power of
compounding.
Understand the Risks Associated with an
Asset Class: Many investors have the
misconception that they cant lose money if
they invest through SIP even while investing
in equity funds. The truth, however, is that a
disciplined approach only mitigates the risk of
volatility and does not eliminate it completely.
However, the impact of volatility gets
minimised to a great extent if you continue the
process for a longer time period.
Continue the Process Through Volatile
Periods: While the objective of investing
through SIP is to turn volatility in the stock
markets to ones advantages, many investors
rush to stop SIP when the market starts
falling. As a result, they miss out on
opportunities to invest at lower NAVs.
Therefore, you must continue the process for
a committed time period, irrespective of the
market moods.
Choose the Right Option: The power of
compounding works out the best when you
invest for the long term and allow the gains
to remain invested. Taking out money at a
regular interval, say every year, by way of
dividend, would defeat the very purpose and
hence the results are likely to be
disappointing. Therefore, you must opt for
DS
growth option.
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Brokers Blurb

Commodities

Fading Stocks, Pricey Imports Bring


Bulls Back To Chana
Chana prices have been going through swinging times mainly on account of erratic monsoon in India, lower area under
cultivation in Canada and higher prices in Australia, among other reasons

the `4,600 level recently. Nevertheless, the


spot prices of chana surged about 27 per
cent since April this year.

in March during pod-filling and harvesting


stage damaged substantial area under the
chana crop. The Department of Agriculture
& Cooperation (DAC), in the third advance

Earlier this year, prices had been hovering


between `3,350-3,650 per quintal in the
physical markets till April. The reason for
the range-bound price movement was
mainly due to expectation of a good harvest
of new crop in Maharashtra and Karnataka
coupled with higher imports as the
government extended duty-free import.
Since November, i.e. the start of the new
chana season, the average monthly prices of
chana on the National Commodity and
Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) have been
in uptrend and surged from `3,190 per
quintal to `4,560 in May before declining to

fter touching a three-year high in


June a `4,800 per quintal, chana
spot prices corrected to `4,300 due
to government interventions like
imposition of stock limits in certain states
and reports of pulses imports by state
agencies. The above normal monsoon
during June and reports on floating of
import tenders for chana from Australia
also weighed on the prices. However, the
announcement of bonus for the pulses crop
by the government and relaxation of stock
limit for Warehousing Development and
Regulatory Authority (WDRA)-registered
warehouses helped recover prices again to

DUTY-FREE IMPORTS
Last year, to ensure
remunerative prices
`4,340 in July. The
continuous increase in
price is due to reports of
the lower sowing area and
less rainfall.

WEATHER IMPACT
ON PRODUCTION
Last year, deficient rainfall
across the country
affected the sowing of
chana. Moreover,
unseasonal rain in
northern and central parts

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estimates, revised chana production down


at 75.9 lakh tonnes (lt) from 82.8 lt reported
in the second estimates.
However, the Indian
Pulses and Grains
Associations (IPGA)
pulses survey has
estimated about 55.6 lt
production of chana in
India for 2014-15, less by
about 15 per cent from
previous years 65.1 lt.

to farmers and
encourage them to plant the crop, the
Ministry of Agriculture imposed a 10 per
cent import duty on chana till December
2014. However, due to lower sowing data,
the government extended duty-free import
of chana till March and then again
extended this till September on reports of
heavy losses due to unseasonal rain.
According to the latest government data, for
FY 2014-15, India imported 4.19 lt of chana
compared to 2.76 lt imported in the previous
year i.e. 2013-14. India imports chana

and above the rise in Minimum


Support Price (MSP) to boost
domestic production and reduce
import dependency. The same is
expected for the chana crop and this
may lead to a surge in the domestic
prices.

mainly from Australia, Russia, Tanzania,


Iran, Myanmar and USA. India has
imported more than 60 per cent chana from
Australia last year. According to the traders,
the chickpea prices have increased more
than USD 150 in a month to above USD 800
per tonne in Australia. That means the
landed cost of chana in the country comes
to more than `5,000 per quintal.
The peak time for forward booking to
import chana is between July and October.
The Government of India has approved
large-scale imports of chana from Australia
to shore up supplies through state-owned
trading firms such as MMTC, STC and
PEC, which may increase prices in the
international market.
MSP AND STOCK LIMITS
For kharif pulses, the government
announced bonus of `200 per quintal over

Meanwhile, some state governments


have imposed stock limits for various
pulses to ensure sufficient stock
availability in the market for the end
consumers. However, they later decided to
exempt all the warehouses registered with
WDRA from the stock limit provided they
will provide updates on stock positions on a
real time basis.
GLOBAL PRODUCTION
According to Pulse Australias crop forecast,
in 2015 chickpea was planted on 6,26,500
hectares compared to 3,70,150 hectares last
year, a 70 per cent increase. The increase in
planting area is mainly due to a strong rally
in the prices. The production in Australia is
forecasted at about 7,50,000-8,00,000
tonnes compared to 4,75,900 last year. For
2015-16, in Canada the area seeded
intended to fall sharply compared to
2014-15 because of high carry-over stocks
and continuing decline in prices. According
to Statistics Canadas data, Canadian

According to the traders, the


chickpea prices have increased
more than USD 150 in a month
to above USD 800 per tonne in
Australia. That means the landed
cost of chana in the country comes
to more than `5,000 per quintal.

farmers intend to plant 61,000 hectares of


chickpeas in 2015-16, down from 73,000
hectares seeded last. Chickpea production
is expected to fall sharply to 1,15,000
tonnes from 1,31,000 tonnes, while exports
are forecasted at the same level as last year
at 70,000 tonnes.
OUTLOOK
Chana prices are green again, buoyed by
greater demand, huge imports and
uncertainty about the next Indian harvest.
Heavy rains this June helped in record
plantings of kharif crops but the forecast of
below normal rains in July, August and
September might affect the rabi crop.
Chana prices may come under pressure due
to relatively lower carry-over stock in the
domestic market, dry weather conditions in
Australia, and lower area under chickpea
cultivation in Canada. There are
apprehensions that any adverse weather
conditions will surge chana prices under
tight fundamentals. The movement of price
will depend upon how the monsoon is
going to be in the next two months, as it
gives some indications about the next crop
size in the country.
Strategy: BUY NCDEX CHANA SEP AT
`4,600 4,650, SL `4,450, TARGET
`4,900 / 5,000 (CMP- `4,700).

DS

Disclaimer: The above opinion is that of the


author and is for reference only.

(Naveen Mathur is Associate Director of the Commodities & Currencies businesses at Angel Broking. With a rich industry experience of about 19 years in financial
markets, he has been associated with commodities trading right from 2003, the year when two online commodities exchanges started trading activities.)
(The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reect the views of Dalal Street Investment Journal.)

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QueryBoard

Investment Horizon
Query-Specific

SAREGAMA INDIA

SAHYADRI INDUSTRIES

Four months ago I bought 400 shares of Saregama


India at `125 per share. What should be my next
course of action?

I have been holding 1,000 shares of Sahyadri


Industries at `33 per share. Should I exit or hold?

- Joseph
BPP

- Shreyas Iyer

BSE/NSE Code

532841 / NA

`10

Face Value

`10

`415

CMP

`106

52-Week

High `415 / Low `107

52-Week

High `110 / Low `53

Your Current
Prot/(Loss)

---

Your Current
Prot/(Loss)

--

BSE/NSE Code

532163 / SAREGAMA

Face Value
CMP

aregama India is a flagship music company of India and the


entertainment arm of the RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group. It has
launched an online music store where users can pay and
download songs. The library consists of 1.1 lakh songs in 14 languages
and can be downloaded at `9 per song after sampling it for free. As a
part of its growth strategy, the company has ramped up its television
business by hiring two senior creative people, namely, Rajesh Beri and
Siddharth Anand. Today, this business contributes over 35 per cent to
the companys revenue. As per the management, the company has
currently got seven shows on air and another three will be launched in
the next three months. In Q4 FY15 the net profit of Saregama India
rose 32.74 per cent to `8.96 crore as against `6.75 crore during the
previous quarter ended March 2014. Sales rose 36.81 per cent to
`59.13 crore in the quarter ended March 2015 as against `43.22 crore
during the previous quarter ended March 2014. For the full year on a
standalone basis the net profit rose 29.78 per cent to `15.69 crore in
the year ended March 2015 as against `12.09 crore during the
previous year ended March 2014. Sales rose 8.55 per cent to `181.64
crore in the year ended March 2015 as against `167.34 crore during
the previous year ended March 2014. In less than six months your
investment value has become thrice the purchase price and therefore
we recommend booking partial profit.

BPP

ahyadri Industries (SIL) has been in the building material space


for over six decades and is a leading manufacturer of fibre
cement corrugated and non-asbestos flat sheets (NAFS). The
company is setting up a plant at Vijayawada worth `140 crore that
will make green building products such as cellulose fibre boards and
toilet blocks with an annual installed capacity of one lakh tones of
NAFS. This will get the groups total NAFS installed capacity to over
2 lakh tonnes per annum. Products manufactured at the plant will
be used for building Andhra Pradeshs new capital Amaravati, and
for the union governments cleanliness drive, Swachh Bharat
Abhiyan. The sales and other income for the year ended March 31,
2015 were `43,875.78 lakh as against `37,378.97 lakh in the previous
year. The operating profit amounted to `1,092.53 lakh as against loss
of `863.88 lakh in the previous year. The net profit after tax was
`711.61 lakh as against loss of `601.81 lakh in the previous year. The
companys product has been well-received in the overseas market
and the export turnover has substantially increased to `5,402.03 lakh
as compared to `2,143.85 lakh in the previous year. As on March 31,
2015, the companys debt was `164 crore i.e. its debt to equity ratio
stood at 1.44. At its CMP the P/E ratio stood at 13.85x its EPS of
`7.44 of FY15. Considering all the above factors we recommend
booking partial profit.

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RAJESH EXPORTS

APAR INDUSTRIES

Four months ago I bought 500 shares of Rajesh


Exports for short-term trading. Should I hold this
stock for the long-term or least a year?

I have bought 200 shares of Apar Industries at a


price of `308 per share. Whats your view on it?

- Pushpa Gandhi
BSE/NSE Code

531500/ RAJESHEXPO

Face Value

BPP

- Nagesh

BSE/NSE Code

532259 / APARINDS

`1

Face Value

`10

CMP

`483

CMP

`368

52-Week

High `488 / Low `117

52-Week

High `468 / Low `287

Your Current
Prot/(Loss)

--

Your Current
Prot/(Loss)

--

ajesh Exports (REL) is engaged in manufacturing gold


and diamond jewellery. It exports its products worldwide
and distributes them within India to the wholesale
jewellery market. REL also retails its products through its own
network of retail jewellery showrooms, Shubh Jewellers, spread
across India.

The company is considered to be a low-cost jewellery producer


fully integrated from mining to retailing. The company has
reported impressive growth rates in excess of 70 per cent both in
revenue and profit in FY15 on the back of healthy performance in
its exports, wholesale and retail businesses.
In FY15 its bottomline grew by 82.1 per cent at Rs 654.9 crore
as against of Rs 359.6 crore in the year-ago period. The
revenue grew by 72.8 per cent to Rs 50,463 crore in FY15 from
Rs 29,197 crore in the year-ago period. The company has
approved acquisition in Europe in the range of USD 250 to 500
million. The acquisition has been given the green signal to
strengthen the backward integration of the company and to
beef up its domestic and global presence in the gold business. As
per the management, it expects to post good Q1 FY16 numbers.
The company also expects to see 3-5 per cent margin because of
expansion into retail. Meanwhile, during the past one-and-a-half
months, the company has bagged two export orders worth
Rs 2,750 crore from a UAE-based company for gold and
diamond-studded jewellery.
The companys trailing 12-month (TTM) EPS was at Rs 10.85 per
share as per the quarter ended March 2015. The stocks price-toearnings (P/E) ratio was 39.82. The latest book value of the
company is Rs 88.47 per share. At its current value the price-tobook value of the company is 4.88. Currently its stock price is
trading at 18.8x PE with EPS of Rs 22.18 per share in FY15. We can
see that you are sitting on considerable profit and hence suggest
that you book partial profit in the counter and recoup your capital.
Stay invested in the rest for the long term though.

HOLD

par Industries, a market leader in India and the third-largest


globally with a conductor manufacturing capacity of 1,44,000
MT and 23 per cent market share, is witnessing strong
improvement in order placement activity in the domestic market. The
company has a diverse business portfolio other than conductors such
as transformers and specialty oils (45 per cent market share), cables
and automotive lubes. We believe that this diversified product profile is
well-positioned to reap the benefits of improvement in the power T&D
space in India.

For FY15, the companys revenue showed healthy growth of


about 12.1 per cent YoY to `4,969 crore. However its EBITDA
fell by 11.3 per cent YoY to `241 crore due to EBITDA
margin declining by 125 bps YoY to 4.85 per cent. The PAT
for the year declined by 30.4 per cent YoY to `47.9 crore
and the EPS for the year came in at `12.44 against `17.88 in
FY14. The conductor and transformer and specialty oil businesses
combined together constituted around 90 per cent of the total
revenue. As far as its conductor business is concerned, the
company posted a revenue growth YoY of 40 per cent, up from
`1,654 crore in FY14 to `2,320 crore in FY15. This was largely
driven by exports which contributed 43 per cent of the total sales.
The transformer and specialty oil segment reported a de-growth of
6 per cent of revenue at `2,251 crore on YoY basis; however,
increased volumes in industrial and automotive oils provided a
partial buffer.
The company expects an overall 10-12 per cent revenue growth in
FY16. In the conductors segment it is looking at flat volume
growth and aims to extract better margins in the current year
whereas in the oil business it expects about 10 per cent growth in
terms of volume. It is targeting EBITDA margins in the range of
6-7 per cent in FY16 and 9-10 per cent in FY17. As of March 31,
2015, the debt of the company declined 38 per cent YoY at `482
crore i.e. debt to equity ratio is now at 0.66x as against 1.12x of the
corresponding period last year. Considering the above factors we
recommend holding the scrip.
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QueryBoard

Investment Horizon
Query-Specific

SIMPLEX INFRASTRUCTURES

VARDHMAN TEXTILES

I have bought Simplex Infrastructures at a price of


`435 per share. Should I exit or hold?

Three years ago I bought 500 shares of Vardhman


Textiles at a price of `220 per share. Whats your
view on this stock?

-Dhaval Mehta
HOLD

- Nilesh Patil

BSE/NSE Code

502986/VTL

`2

Face Value

`10

`387

CMP

`724

52-Week

High `508 / Low `206

52-Week

High `744 / Low `398

Your Current
Prot/(Loss)

--

Your Current
Prot/(Loss)

--

BSE/NSE Code

523838 / SIMPLEXINF

Face Value
CMP

implex Infrastructures (SIL), which focuses primarily on


pure EPC contracts, will benefit from the recent surge in
tendering activity. The company has executed over 2,700
projects as well as urban infrastructure projects (airports, metro
rails, sewerage and utilities). SIL has a presence in virtually every
vertical of the construction industry such as ground engineering,
industrial, building and housing, power (thermal, nuclear and
hydel), power transmission, marine ports, roads, railways, bridges,
elevated roads and rail corridors.

SIL posted 6.8 per cent YoY sales growth in Q4 FY15,


which was the highest in the last 10 quarters, at `15,394 crore,
which was driven by better execution in its key segments
(building, industrial, power and urban). However, the EBITDA
margin declined by 46 bps YoY to 8.9 per cent due to higher
sub-contractors charges and employee cost. The net profit
increased 4 per cent YoY to `22.2 crore, primarily due to
15.9 per cent YoY lower depreciation and 143 per cent higher
other income YoY. For FY15 its topline grew 1.2 per cent YoY to
`5,581 crore and the EBITDA margin improved by 71 bps YoY to
10.1 per cent. However, its net profit grew only by 3.1 per cent
YoY to `62.4 crore due to interest cost shooting up by 15 per cent
YoY to `384 crore.
SILs order book is diversified across 225 contracts, nine business
segments and nine countries which reduces risk due to delay from
single contract/business segment/country. SILs order book till
FY15 stands at `16,104 crore, 2.9x book to bill ratio on a TTM
basis. SIL had order inflow of around `860 crore in Q4 FY15 and
around `6,400 crore in FY15 which declined by 10.8 and 17.6 per
cent YoY respectively. SIL received fresh orders worth `550 crore
post FY15. Moreover, it has a healthy bid pipeline of `35,550 crore.
Currently its net debt stands at around `3,235 crore (net debt to
equity of 2.2x) and net working capital days at 236 days, dragged
mainly due to a slow payment cycle and client delays.
Considering the above factors we recommend holding the scrip.

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BPP

udhiana-based Vardhman Textiles (Vardhman) is the


biggest domestic spinner and the companys trade
portfolio includes yarn, greige and processed fabric,
garments, sewing thread and acrylic fiber.
The net profit of Vardhman Textiles declined 41.6 per cent to
`90.20 crore in the quarter ended March 2015 as against `154.3
crore during the previous quarter ended March 2014 due to
depreciation cost surging up by 54.77 per cent to `132.30 crore as
the company provided for depreciation under the new Companies
Act. Sales rose 9.8 per cent to `1,407.8 crore in the quarter ended
March 2015 as against `1,282.2 crore during the previous quarter
ended March 2014.
For the full year its net profit declined 44.9 per cent to `359.11
crore in the year ended March 2015 as against `651.88 crore
during the previous year ended March 2014. Sales rose 11.04 per
cent to `5,742.03 crore in the year ended March 2015 as against
`5,171.31 crore during the previous year ended March 2014. Its
EBITDA margin declined by 720 bps YoY to 16.5 per cent due to
lower margin in the yarn segment. As per the management, going
forward the EBITDA margin will improve in FY17 owing to better
margins in the processed fabric and increased proportion of
fabrics in total revenues.
The companys total debt as on March 31, 2015 was `1,892 crore
i.e. net debt to equity ratio of 0.38. The majority of the debt is
covered under the textile upgradation plan which is subsidised
debt. In FY16 the company has targeted payment of loans of `700
crore. While the capacity expansion work has been completed in
the last few years, Vardhman is looking at consolidating its
position. At its CMP the stock is trading at P/E multiple of 11.4x
and P/BV multiple of 1.35x of FY15.
Considering the above factors we recommended booking
partial profit.

DS

(CMP price as of July 22, 2015)

Reviews
In this issue, we have reviewed BEML and Nandan Denim. We suggest that investors book prot in
BEML and Nandan Denim.

BEML
BSE CODE
500048

Book Profit
Reco. Price
`582

CMP - `1502
Face Value
`1

Scrips Movement
1700
1500
1300

e had recommended BEML to


our investors in our cover story
Diwali 7 Muhurat Buys in
Diwali Issue No. 23 dated October 20
November 2, 2014, when the scrip was
trading at `582. Our recommendation was
backed by factors such as improvement in
financial performance in the past few
quarter and strong order book in the rail
segment, strong outlook in the defense
sector order book (in addition to opening
up of the defense segment for FDI) and
being optimally placed to ride the
opportunities in the mining segment
as well.
We expected BEML to perform well
over the period of one year. During
the period company has declared

NANDAN DENIM

Book Profit

BSE CODE
532641

Reco. Price
`77

e had recommended
Nandan Denim (NDL) in o
ur Low Price column to our
investors in Issue No. 10 dated April 20
May 3, 2015, when the scrip was trading
at `77.
Our recommendation was backed by
factors such as continuous improvement
in financial performance, its revenue
grew at a CAGR of 24 per cent compared
to industry growth of 12-15 per cent
over the last five years ending FY14, a
nd its return ratios (ROCE & ROE)
having improved over the last five years,
driven by improving asset turnover.
While RoCE improved from 9.0 per cent to
14.1 per cent and RoE improved from 9.5
per cent to 19.6 per cent in FY14 from
FY10.

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three quarterly results and it has


reported continuous growth in revenue
as well as in net profit. As per the fourth
quarter for FY2015, the total income
of the company was boosted by 64.1 per
cent to `1279 crore in Q4 FY15 on a
yearly basis.

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900
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Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar

2014

BEML posted EBITDA of `163 crore


in Q4FY15 with growth of 228.59 per cent
compared to same period of previous
fiscal year. EBITDA margins expanded
by 638 basis points to 12.74 per cent in
Q4FY15 on yearly basis. Its PAT rose
by 164.28 per cent and stood at `169 crore
in Q4FY15 against `64 crore in Q4FY14.
BEMLs PAT margin expanded by 500 basis
points to 13.2 per cent in Q4FY15 on a
yearly basis. The company also declared 10

Change
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Volume
1,01,247

CMP - `110
Face Value
`10

We had expected NDL to perform well


over the period of one year. NDL declared
Q4FY15 results on May 29, 2015. As per
the fourth quarter and full year financial
result for FY15, the total revenue of the
company was boosted by 22.7 per cent
to `1096.53 crore in Q4FY15 on a
yearly basis. During the same period,
NDL reported EBIDTA of `165.44 crore,
up by 24.7 per cent as compared to
FY14. PAT grew by 30.7 per cent to
`51.38 crore in FY15 compared to `39.31
crore in FY14.
The company also informed that the
jump in revenue happened on account
of better scale of operations on the back
of capacity expansion, augmented
export and product diversification into
the yarn dyed shirting segment.

Apr May

Jun

Jul

2015

per cent dividend for the FY2015. BEML


launched the biggest Made-in India
excavator in November 2014. It bagged
dual awards for its equipments Best
Seller-Rigid Dump Trucks and Best
Seller-Crawler Dozers
in December 2014. The shares of
BEML showed fantastic appreciation of
about 158 per cent since our
recommendation. Hence we recommend
book profit in this stock.

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May

Jun
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Jul

The Board of Directors of NDL have


recommended a final dividend of
10 per cent (`1 per equity share)
for the year 2014-15 and interim dividend
of 6 per cent has already been paid for
the FY15.
The shares of NDL have increased
by almost 44 per cent in short time
period since our recommendation.
Hence we recommend booking profit in
this stock.

DS

Our research-backed recommendations have been our greatest strength


over the past so many years. In fact, helping investors book prots has
been the very essence of our existence. Here is a detailed guide on the
recommendations readers to get a quick insight on what to do next.

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S C R I P

Our Call Tracker


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FOR THE LAST ONE YEAR
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Reco Date
Jul 14, 2014

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59.00

Indo National
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38.00

Call closed on
12 Jan 2015

Biocon
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Jul 28, 2014

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514.00

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Hold

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Hold

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257.00

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Hold

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Hold

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233.00

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Hold

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178.00

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144.20

Hold

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244.00

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312.20

Hold

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May 4, 2015

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722.00

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768.45

Hold

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219.00

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292.50

Hold

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523.00

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540.00

Hold

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Jun 15, 2015

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836.00

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756.40

Hold

Wabco India
Hold

Kansai Nerolec Paints*


Reco Date
Jan 26, 2015

Reco Price (`)


615.00

Kaveri Seeds Company

Cyient
Reco Date
Jan 12, 2015

Reco Date
Mar 9, 2015

V Mart Retail

Transport Corporation of India


Reco Date
Dec 15, 2014

Hold

Shemaroo Entertainment

BS limited
Reco Date
Dec 1, 2014

CMP Price (`)


60.45

Kajaria Ceramics
BPP on 4 Feb, 15
at `185

Everest Industries
Reco Date
Nov 3, 2014

Reco Price (`)


53.00

Salzer Electronics

CCL Products India


Reco Date
Oct 6, 2014

Reco Date
Feb 23, 2015

Sonata Software

Tata Consultancy Services


Reco Date
Sep 22, 2014

Hold

Technocraft Industries India


BPP on 15 Dec, 14
at `512

Akzo Nobel India


Reco Date
Sep 8, 2014

CMP Price (`)


819.25

Can Fin Homes

Castrol India
Reco Date
Aug 25, 2014

Reco Price (`)


776.00

Time Technoplast

Supreme Industries
Reco Date
Aug 11, 2014

Reco Date
Feb 9, 2015

Reco Price (`)


235.50

Reco Date
Jun 29, 2015

Reco Price (`)


5388.00

CMP Price (`)


5380.05

Hold

Reco Price (`)


797.00

CMP Price (`)


823.35

Hold

Yes Bank
CMP Price (`)
258

Hold

Reco Date
Jul 23, 2015

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The recommendations provided in this column are taken from different market sources such
as brokers, analysts, dealers and investment strategists, etc. These recommendations may not
be backed by strong fundamentals. Dalal Street Investment Journal may or may not subscribe
to these recommendations.

BUILDING WEALTH

ASHIANA HOUSING
BSE Code: 523716
CMP: `222.35

Ashiana Housing operates in the affordable


housing segment of tier-2 and tier 3 cities and
is supposed to be relatively immune to the real
estate slowdown that has gripped the country.
There is strong market buzz that the stock will
outperform the market and its peer by huge
margin as some positive announcement is due
in the stock. A cartel of HNIs has been tracking
this stock closely and at the same time has
been accumulating this stock. Considering this
one can look this stock for short-term up move.

TURNAROUND STORY

The volumes are


GOKALDAS EXPORTS on a higher side
BSE Code: 532630 and the stock has
been witnessing
CMP: `72.35
buying interest
for the past one
month. As per the market buzz, it may
show good price performance going
ahead. It is also heard that some big
domestic fund houses have taken long
positions in the stock and are expecting
the stock to move in a northward
direction on the back of turnaround
story in the company. The stock can be
looked at from a short-term trading
perspective.

POSITIVE BUZZ
TRANSPEK INDUSTRY
BSE Code: 506687
CMP: `400
Stock has witnessed strong rally in
last couple of trading session. Going
with the market buzz, the stock is
likely to continue a good price
performance in near future. The
promoters have increased stake in
the company and it has also been
learned that some big HNIs have
taken long positions in the stock,
and are expecting the stock to
move in the northward direction. So
this is likely to keep the stock in
limelight in short-medium term.

REFINING GAINS
SPIC
BSE Code: 517214
CMP: `22.40
The stock has been witnessing good volumes in the
past few trading secessions. Market sources suggest
that the stock may witness a good jump in the short
term on the back of some positive announcement
that is expected to come out shortly. Therefore the
stock can be looked at from a short-term trading
perspective.

DS

(Closing price as of July 22, 2015)

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