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H 517

L 517

VOL 1050

Andhra Paper Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹512.45
High: ₹517.00
Previous Close ₹517.05
Open ₹517.00
Volume 2,379
Day’s Range ₹512.45 - ₹517.00
52W Range ₹391.30 - ₹674.90
Market Cap ₹2,055.91 Cr

Andhra Paper Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 22.91
P/E Ratio (TTM) 6.05
P/B Ratio 1.09
Industry P/E 13.31
Debt to Equity 0.06
ROE 17.95
EPS (TTM) 85.43
Dividend Yield 1.93
Book Value 476.04
Face Value 10

Andhra Paper Financials

Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023Mar 2024
Net Sales477.59482.03476.58364.38
Profit before tax159.31134.54116.245.59
Operating Profit118.55100.3182.4738.41
Net Profit118.55100.3182.4738.41
EPS in Rs29.8125.2220.749.66

About Andhra Paper

Andhra Paper Ltd (Formerly known as International Paper APPM Ltd), currently a L N Bangur Group Company was originally set up by a private entrepreneur and changed hands twice in the pre-independence ... Read More

Parent Organisation Bangur S K
Founded 1964
Managing Director S K Bangur

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What is the Share price of Andhra Paper (ANDHRAPAP)?

Andhra Paper (ANDHRAPAP) share price as of May 21, 2024, on NSE is Rs 513.05 (NSE) and Rs 514.25 (BSE) on BSE.

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