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National Oxygen Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹131.30
High: ₹137.85
Previous Close ₹132.70
Open ₹131.30
Volume 379
Day’s Range ₹131.30 - ₹137.85
52W Range ₹80.01 - ₹164.50
Market Cap ₹63.7 Cr

National Oxygen Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 2.46
P/E Ratio (TTM) 0
P/B Ratio 0
Industry P/E 45.2
Debt to Equity -15.3974
ROE 39.01
EPS (TTM) 0
Dividend Yield 0
Book Value -4.4108333
Face Value 10

National Oxygen Financials

Mar 2023Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023
Net Sales12.111.1211.8111.3
Expenses11.1111.4112.1312.15
Profit before tax0.84-0.58-0.6-1.21
Operating Profit0.84-0.58-0.6-1.21
Net Profit0.84-0.58-0.6-1.21
EPS in Rs1.75-1.21-1.26-2.52

About National Oxygen

National Oxygen Limited (NOL) incorporated in December, 1974 was promoted by G N Saraf. The Company is engaged in manufacturing of Industrial Gases. From 1975-80, the company was mainly trading i ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1974
Managing Director
BSE Symbol NOL

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What is the Share price of National Oxygen (NOL)?

National Oxygen (NOL) share price as of January 29, 2015, on NSE is Rs 45.40 (NSE) and Rs 135.00 (BSE) on BSE.

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