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Silicon Valley Infotech Performance

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Low: ₹0.03
High: ₹0.03
Previous Close ₹0.03
Open ₹0.03
Volume 4
Day’s Range ₹0.03 - ₹0.03
52W Range ₹0.03 - ₹0.03
Market Cap ₹0.39 Cr

Silicon Valley Infotech Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) -19.4604
P/E Ratio (TTM) 0
P/B Ratio 0
Industry P/E 24.55
Debt to Equity -1.0778
ROE 68.93
EPS (TTM) 0
Dividend Yield 0
Book Value -0.0321946
Face Value 1

Silicon Valley Infotech Financials

Mar 2023Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023
Expenses0.070.10.050.07
Profit before tax-0.76-0.1-0.05-0.07
Operating Profit-0.76-0.1-0.05-0.07
Net Profit-0.76-0.1-0.05-0.07
EPS in Rs-0.06-0.0100

About Silicon Valley Infotech

Incorporated in 1983 as Public Limited Company, Silicon Valley Infotech Ltd (the erstwhile Prashant Products & Holdings Limited) was subsequently changed to Prashant Global Finance Limited in 1985 and ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1983
Managing Director
BSE Symbol SILICON

Peer Comparison

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Prime Securities Ltd ₹604.53

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180.2 - 187.9
IL&FS Investment Managers Ltd ₹318.12

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0.20 (1.98%)

10 - 10.5
Repco Home Finance Ltd ₹2,727.68

445.15

10.50 (2.42%)

436 - 452
Home First Finance Company India Ltd ₹7,994.59

910.4

3.70 (0.41%)

906.1 - 919.95

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What is the Share price of Silicon Valley Infotech (SILICON)?

Silicon Valley Infotech (SILICON) share price as of February 15, 2000, on NSE is Rs 40.00 (NSE) and Rs 0.03 (BSE) on BSE.

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