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VOL 450

Sangal Papers Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹203.00
High: ₹227.00
Previous Close ₹224.90
Open ₹227.00
Volume 1,987
Day’s Range ₹203.00 - ₹227.00
52W Range ₹135.30 - ₹230.00
Market Cap ₹29.46 Cr

Sangal Papers Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 6.23
P/E Ratio (TTM) 13.2
P/B Ratio 0.75
Industry P/E 13.45
Debt to Equity 0.73
ROE 3.62
EPS (TTM) 17.04
Dividend Yield 0
Book Value 298.25
Face Value 10

Sangal Papers Financials

Mar 2023Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023
Net Sales59.7649.5746.5245.56
Expenses58.7747.8546.7943.55
Profit before tax0.821.27-0.681.52
Operating Profit0.620.91-0.451.15
Net Profit0.620.91-0.451.15
EPS in Rs4.776.98-3.478.8

About Sangal Papers

Sangal Papers was incorporated as a public limited company in Nov' 80 by Sangal family with the main object for setting up a project for the manufacture of paper. Presently the Company is a major manu ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1980
Managing Director Sapan Sodhi
BSE Symbol SANPA

Peer Comparison

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South India Paper Mills Ltd ₹144.79

25.25

0.00 (0.00)

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West Coast Paper Mills Ltd ₹3,958.71

597.5

1.25 (-0.21%)

590.15 - 599View Peer Comparison
JK Paper Ltd ₹6,440.68

380.05

0.50 (-0.13%)

375 - 383.45View Peer Comparison

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What is the Share price of Sangal Papers (SANPA)?

Sangal Papers (SANPA) share price as of May 30, 2024, on BSE is Rs 210.05 (BSE).

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