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O 129.1

H 129.5

L 129.05

VOL 88

National Fittings Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹128.12
High: ₹132.00
Previous Close ₹130.75
Open ₹129.10
Volume 2,449
Day’s Range ₹128.12 - ₹132.00
52W Range ₹81.50 - ₹194.75
Market Cap ₹118.76 Cr

National Fittings Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 12.77
P/E Ratio (TTM) 25.44
P/B Ratio 2.11
Industry P/E 38.14
Debt to Equity 0.32
ROE 9.2
EPS (TTM) 5.14
Dividend Yield 1.15
Book Value 62
Face Value 10

National Fittings Financials

Jun 2018Sep 2018Dec 2018
Net Sales15.7716.4112.84
Expenses13.4814.1312.59
Profit before tax2.343.151.07
Operating Profit1.592.230.53
Net Profit1.592.230.53
EPS in Rs1.922.680.64

About National Fittings

National Fittings Limited (Formerly known Interfit Techno Products Ltd) was incorporated as a public limited company on 21 Apr.'93 to set up a plant at Kaniyur, Tamilnadu. Phase-I of the project comme ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1993
Managing Director
BSE Symbol NATFIT

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National Fittings (NATFIT) share price as of April 24, 2024, on BSE is Rs 131.74 (BSE).

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