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Haryana Financial Corporation Performance

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Low: ₹24.65
High: ₹24.65
Previous Close ₹23.50
Open ₹24.65
Volume 200
Day’s Range ₹24.65 - ₹24.65
52W Range ₹0.00 - ₹24.65
Market Cap ₹ Cr

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About Haryana Financial Corporation

Haryana Financial Corporation (HFC), is a premier state-level institution which was established in 1967 after the reorganisation of the erstwhile Punjab Financial Corporation. The company was promoted ... Read More

Parent Organisation State Govt - Oth
Founded 1967
Managing Director Rajesh Khullar
BSE Symbol HARAFIN

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Haryana Financial Corporation (HARAFIN) share price as of July 13, 2011, on BSE is Rs 24.65 (BSE).

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