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O 395.05

H 395.05

L 395.05

VOL 205

Roto Pumps Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹388.40
High: ₹410.00
Previous Close ₹396.50
Open ₹395.05
Volume 98,551
Day’s Range ₹388.40 - ₹410.00
52W Range ₹290.08 - ₹461.00
Market Cap ₹1,248.45 Cr

Roto Pumps Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 26.52
P/E Ratio (TTM) 33.29
P/B Ratio 7.07
Industry P/E 51.1
Debt to Equity 0.27
ROE 22.94
EPS (TTM) 11.94
Dividend Yield 0.4
Book Value 56.2
Face Value 2

Roto Pumps Financials

Mar 2023Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023
Net Sales71.9654.4981.4556.64
Expenses56.0544.5864.1748.61
Profit before tax15.4210.0917.358.56
Operating Profit11.017.5312.796.32
Net Profit11.017.5312.796.32
EPS in Rs7.012.44.072.01

About Roto Pumps

Founded in 1968 by R R Gupta as a Partnership Firm, Roto Pumps Ltd (RPL) was incorporated as Roto Pumps & Hydraulics Pvt Ltd in Jul.'75 and converted into a Public Limited Company in Dec.'93. In Jul.' ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1975
Managing Director Harish Chandra Gupta
NSE Symbol ROTO

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What is the Share price of Roto Pumps (ROTO)?

Roto Pumps (ROTO) share price as of April 19, 2024, on NSE is Rs 402.75 (NSE) and Rs 402.00 (BSE) on BSE.

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