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Bombay Oxygen Investments Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹20,306.00
High: ₹20,698.00
Previous Close ₹20,500.00
Open ₹20,500.00
Volume 32
Day’s Range ₹20,306.00 - ₹20,698.00
52W Range ₹9,811.30 - ₹24,618.20
Market Cap ₹307.5 Cr

Fundamentals of Bombay Oxygen Investments

ROCE (TTM) NA
P/E Ratio (TTM) NA
P/B Ratio NA
Industry P/E NA
Debt to Equity NA
ROE NA
EPS (TTM) NA
Dividend Yield NA
Book Value NA
Face Value NA

Financials of Bombay Oxygen Investments

Dec 2010Mar 2011Jun 2011Sep 2011
Expenses0000
Profit before tax0000
Operating Profit0000
Net Profit0000
EPS in Rs0000

About Bombay Oxygen Investments

Bombay Oxygen Investment Limited (Formerly known as Bombay Oxygen Corporation) was incorporated in October, 1960 to manufacture and market industrial gases. The Company's name was changed to Bombay Ox ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1960
Managing Director Shyam M Ruia
BSE Symbol BOMOXY-B1

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FAQs

What is the Share price of Bombay Oxygen Investments (BOMOXY-B1)?

Bombay Oxygen Investments (BOMOXY-B1) share price as of February 21, 2024, on BSE is Rs 20,690.00 (BSE).

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