Live Capital India Finance Share Price Chart

O 144

H 144.85

L 144

VOL 10

Capital India Finance Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹139.00
High: ₹145.55
Previous Close ₹140.00
Open ₹144.00
Volume 417
Day’s Range ₹139.00 - ₹145.55
52W Range ₹66.00 - ₹164.70
Market Cap ₹1,088.28 Cr

Capital India Finance Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 2.74
P/E Ratio (TTM) 0
P/B Ratio 1.76
Industry P/E 18.67
Debt to Equity 1.5
ROE -3.0141
EPS (TTM) 0
Dividend Yield 0.07
Book Value 79.71
Face Value 10

Capital India Finance Financials

Mar 2023Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023
Expenses182.11179.28179.9168.12
Profit before tax-22.757.18-2.52-1.15
Operating Profit-23.944.84-5.11-2.37
Net Profit-23.944.84-5.11-2.37
EPS in Rs-1.51.340.010.04

About Capital India Finance

Capital India Finance Limited (Formerly known as Bhilwara Tex-fin Limited) is a public company domiciled in India and incorporated on 16 November 1994. The Company has received a Certificate of Regist ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1994
Managing Director Harsh Kumar Bhanwala
BSE Symbol CIFL

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Capital India Finance FAQs

What is the Share price of Capital India Finance (CIFL)?

Capital India Finance (CIFL) share price as of March 1, 2024, on BSE is Rs 139.00 (BSE).

Can I buy Capital India Finance (CIFL) shares?

Yes, You can buy Capital India Finance (CIFL) shares by opening a Demat account with Angel One.

How do I buy Capital India Finance (CIFL) from Angel One?

Capital India Finance (CIFL) share can be brought through the following modes:
  1. Direct investment: You can buy Capital India Finance (CIFL) shares by opening a Demat account with Angel One.
  2. Indirect investment: The indirect method involves investing through ETFs and Mutual Funds that offer exposure to Capital India Finance (CIFL) shares.