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Mideast (India) Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹0.30
High: ₹0.30
Previous Close ₹0.30
Open ₹0.30
Volume 100
Day’s Range ₹0.30 - ₹0.30
52W Range ₹0.00 - ₹0.30
Market Cap ₹1.51 Cr

Mideast (India) Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 3.05
P/E Ratio (TTM) 11377.78
P/B Ratio 2118.32
Industry P/E 80.62
Debt to Equity 3.94
ROE -17.1734
EPS (TTM) 0.45
Dividend Yield 0
Book Value 2.42
Face Value 10

Mideast (India) Financials

Mar 2020Jun 2020Sep 2020Dec 2020
Net Sales0000
Profit before tax1.610.120.1-0.02
Operating Profit1.270.110.1-0.02
Net Profit1.270.110.1-0.02
EPS in Rs1.64-0.76-0.24-0.18

About Mideast (India)

Belonging to the Mesco group, Mideast (India) (formerly Mideast Shipping Company) was incorporated as a public company in 1977. The company started with the manufacture of leather garments at Noida. A ... Read More

Parent Organisation Mesco
Founded 1977
Managing Director

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Mideast (India) FAQs

What is the Share price of Mideast (India) (MIDESTI-B)?

Mideast (India) (MIDESTI-B) share price as of October 4, 2000, on NSE is Rs 0.75 (NSE) and Rs 0.30 (BSE) on BSE.

Can I buy Mideast (India) (MIDESTI-B) shares?

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