Live Everest Kanto Cylinder Share Price Chart

O 156

H 156

L 156

VOL 643

Everest Kanto Cylinder Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹154.50
High: ₹160.20
Previous Close ₹155.20
Open ₹156.00
Volume 67,824
Day’s Range ₹154.50 - ₹160.20
52W Range ₹74.65 - ₹179.00
Market Cap ₹1,742.02 Cr

Everest Kanto Cylinder Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 9.73
P/E Ratio (TTM) 14.16
P/B Ratio 1.64
Industry P/E 28.01
Debt to Equity 0.07
ROE 8.12
EPS (TTM) 10.89
Dividend Yield 0.46
Book Value 93.26
Face Value 2

Everest Kanto Cylinder Financials

Mar 2023Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023
Net Sales297.89268.38299.28329.46
Expenses259.06240.94267.57287.63
Profit before tax36.7628.4929.9743.15
Operating Profit36.2521.7526.2536.49
Net Profit36.2521.7526.2536.49
EPS in Rs3.341.942.353.26

About Everest Kanto Cylinder

Incorporated in 1978, Everest Kanto Cylinders Limted is engaged in the manufacture of high-pressure seamless gas cylinders and other cylinders, equipments, appliances and tanks with their parts and ac ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1978
Managing Director Pushkar Khurana
NSE Symbol EKC

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Everest Kanto Cylinder FAQs

What is the Share price of Everest Kanto Cylinder (EKC)?

Everest Kanto Cylinder (EKC) share price as of March 2, 2024, on NSE is Rs 156.60 (NSE) and Rs 156.50 (BSE) on BSE.

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