Lloyds Metals

LLOYDSME22 Feb 2024
Mining & Mineral products
-4.10 (-0.71%)
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Lloyds Metals
Mining & Mineral products
LLOYDSME22 Feb 2024
-4.10 (-0.71%)
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Lloyds Metals - Share Price & Details

Lowest Today
562
Highest Today
590
Today’s Open
575
Prev. Close
574.2
52 Week High
687.85
52 Week Low
264
Traded Volume
Market Cap(Cr)
Avg Traded Price
1 Year return
111.97%
Upper Circuit
Lower Circuit
P/E TTM
23.32
P/B Ratio
13.21
Traded Value(Cr)
0.00
EPS TTM
24.45
Book value
Dividend
0.00%

Price Performance

2.15 %
1 Wk
-3.17 %
1 M
0.26 %
3 M
111.97 %
1 Y
-5.61 %
YTD

Traded Volume Movement

Technical Details

Support 3
531
Support 2
547
Support 1
559
Pivot Point :
575
Resistance 1
587
Resistance 2
603
Resistance 3
615

Peer Comparison

Scrip NamePriceDaily ChangeM.Cap (Cr)1 Year Returns %P/E (TTM)PB Ratio
Lloyds Metals & Energy Ltd
₹570.10(-4.10/-0.71%)
570.10-4.1028,804.50111.9723.3213.21
Sandur Manganese & Iron Ores Ltd
₹411.80(-6.45/-1.54%)
411.80-6.456,672.60181.4226.723.36
Bhagyanagar India Ltd
₹102.98(-0.51/-0.49%)
102.98-0.51329.48110.167.751.90
MSR India Ltd
₹12.43(+0.31/2.56%)
12.43+0.3178.1637.960.005.65
Chrome Silicon Ltd
₹39.97(+1.29/3.34%)
39.97+1.2965.53-4.3814.48-5.03
Vedanta Ltd
₹271.35(+1.45/0.54%)
271.35+1.45100,866.39-10.555.431.52

About Lloyds Metals & Energy Ltd

Lloyds Metals & Energy Ltd is in the Mining & Mineral products sector, having a market capitalization of Rs. 28804.5 crores. It has reported a sales of Rs. 1910.53 crores and a net profit of Rs. 331.57 crores for the quarter ended December 2018. The company management includes Mukesh R Gupta, Mukesh R Gupta,Babulal Agarwal,Rajesh R Gupta,Devidas Kambale,Jagannath Dange,Bhagyam Ramani,Madhur Gupta,Ramesh Luharuka,Balasubramanian Prabhakaran,Trushali Dinesh Shah,Seema Saini,Satish Wate,M V Subba Rao,Soundararajan Venkateswaran,Mahendra Singh Mehta (Lloyds Metals & Energy Ltd) among others.
Chairman
Mukesh R Gupta
Registered office
Plot No A 1-2 MIDC Area,Ghugus Dist,Chandrapur,Maharashtra,442505
FAX :91-7172-285003
Background
Incorporation Year1977
Face Value₹1
Market Lot1

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