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Bombay Cycle & Motor Agency Overview

Days Range

Low: ₹1,145.00
High: ₹1,200.00
Previous Close ₹1,182.95
Open ₹1,200.00
Volume 432
Day’s Range ₹1,145.00 - ₹1,200.00
52W Range ₹543.00 - ₹1,250.00
Market Cap ₹47.32 Cr

Fundamentals of Bombay Cycle & Motor Agency

ROCE (TTM) 11.4%
P/E Ratio (TTM) 16.95
P/B Ratio 1.94
Industry P/E 29.63
Debt to Equity 0.03
ROE 7.33%
EPS (TTM) 69.77
Dividend Yield 0.42%
Book Value 610
Face Value 10

Financials of Bombay Cycle & Motor Agency

Sep 2022Dec 2022Mar 2023Jun 2023
Net Sales2.142.212.252.01
Expenses1.621.681.751.64
Profit before tax1.0310.611.43
Operating Profit0.720.790.461.07
Net Profit0.720.790.461.07
EPS in Rs12.5314.8613.1823.77

About Bombay Cycle & Motor Agency

Bombay Cycle & Motor Agency Ltd., the Mumbai based company is engaged as dealers in Cars Twowheelers and their Spareparts. In the year 2000-01, the company terminated its dealership for Fiat India ... Read More

Parent Organisation Premier Auto
Founded 1919
Managing Director Chirag C Doshi
NSE Symbol NA

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