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VOL 1

Martin Burn Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹50.07
High: ₹54.49
Previous Close ₹49.46
Open ₹52.40
Volume 1,496
Day’s Range ₹50.07 - ₹54.49
52W Range ₹31.20 - ₹74.60
Market Cap ₹25.47 Cr

Martin Burn Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 2.37
P/E Ratio (TTM) 21.5
P/B Ratio 0.61
Industry P/E 93.22
Debt to Equity 0.19
ROE 2.35
EPS (TTM) 2.3
Dividend Yield 0
Book Value 81.31
Face Value 10

Martin Burn Financials

Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023Mar 2024
Net Sales0.080.20.081.64
Expenses0.430.790.674.28
Profit before tax0.640.390.52-0.11
Operating Profit0.460.390.52-0.18
Net Profit0.460.390.52-0.18
EPS in Rs0.890.751.01-0.35

About Martin Burn

Martin Burn Limited was incorporated in 1946 resulting the merger of of two civil engineering company i.e. Martin & Co. and Burn & Co. The Company is a leading Real Estate Development firm based in Ko ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1946
Managing Director Kedar Nath Fatehpuria
BSE Symbol MARBU

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What is the Share price of Martin Burn (MARBU)?

Martin Burn (MARBU) share price as of June 13, 2024, on BSE is Rs 54.49 (BSE).

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