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Siddha Ventures Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹9.70
High: ₹10.38
Previous Close ₹10.01
Open ₹10.38
Volume 13,095
Day’s Range ₹9.70 - ₹10.38
52W Range ₹5.60 - ₹15.81
Market Cap ₹10.01 Cr

Siddha Ventures Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 1.9
P/E Ratio (TTM) 12.67
P/B Ratio 0.25
Industry P/E 19.19
Debt to Equity 0
ROE 1.94
EPS (TTM) 0.79
Dividend Yield 0
Book Value 40.82
Face Value 10

Siddha Ventures Financials

Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023Mar 2024
Expenses0.090.020.02-0.6
Profit before tax0.2-0.02-0.020.6
Operating Profit0.17-0.04-0.020.66
Net Profit0.17-0.04-0.020.66
EPS in Rs0.170-0.020.65

About Siddha Ventures

Siddha Ventures Ltd. (Previously known IFB Securities Limited) was incorporated as a public limited company in Nov.'91, which later on was changed to its present name as 'Siddha Ventures Ltd' effectiv ... Read More

Parent Organisation IFB
Founded 1991
Managing Director Siddharth Sethia
BSE Symbol SIDDHA

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What is the Share price of Siddha Ventures (SIDDHA)?

Siddha Ventures (SIDDHA) share price as of June 14, 2024, on BSE is Rs 10.02 (BSE).

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