ITL Industries

ITL_Industries23 Feb 2024
Capital Goods-Non Electrical Equipment
-1.80 (-0.56%)
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ITL Industries
Capital Goods-Non Electrical Equipment
ITL_Industries23 Feb 2024
-1.80 (-0.56%)
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ITL Industries - Share Price & Details

Lowest Today
315
Highest Today
335.8
Today’s Open
335.8
Prev. Close
323.55
52 Week High
404
52 Week Low
165.1
Traded Volume
Market Cap(Cr)
Avg Traded Price
1 Year return
84.86%
Upper Circuit
Lower Circuit
P/E TTM
12.61
P/B Ratio
1.58
Traded Value(Cr)
0.00
EPS TTM
25.52
Book value
Dividend
0.31%

Price Performance

-1.80 %
1 Wk
-8.11 %
1 M
6.54 %
3 M
84.86 %
1 Y
9.31 %
YTD

Traded Volume Movement

Technical Details

Support 3
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Support 2
0
Support 1
0
Pivot Point :
0
Resistance 1
0
Resistance 2
0
Resistance 3
0

Peer Comparison

Scrip NamePriceDaily ChangeM.Cap (Cr)1 Year Returns %P/E (TTM)PB Ratio
ITL Industries Ltd
₹321.75(-1.80/-0.56%)
321.75-1.80103.1084.8612.611.58
Elecon Engineering Company Ltd
₹1,017.35(+20.00/2.01%)
1,017.35+20.0011,414.66147.0241.429.55
Graphite India Ltd
₹599.25(-11.05/-1.81%)
599.25-11.0511,707.88100.4297.282.22
Batliboi Ltd
₹115.10(+3.50/3.14%)
115.10+3.50334.3260.1953.532.73
Elgi Equipments Ltd
₹631.85(+2.75/0.44%)
631.85+2.7520,023.9040.7764.5415.31
Carborundum Universal Ltd
₹1,091.65(+5.30/0.49%)
1,091.65+5.3020,765.8810.7159.209.69

About ITL Industries Ltd

ITL Industries Ltd is in the Capital Goods-Non Electrical Equipment sector, having a market capitalization of Rs. 103.1 crores. It has reported a sales of Rs. 36.72 crores and a net profit of Rs. 2.03 crores for the quarter ended December 2018. The company management includes , Rajendra Singh Jain,Mahendra Singh Jain,N Chakraborty,Pratima Jain,Rajesh Jain,Manoj Maheswari (ITL Industries Ltd) among others.
Chairman
Registered office
111 Sector B,Sanwer Road Industrial Area,Indore,Madhya Pradesh,452015
FAX :91-731-2721110
Background
Incorporation Year1989
Face Value₹10
Market Lot1

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