STANDARD INDUSTRIES LTD. SHARE PRICE [LIVE]

  
NSE: SIL
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Stock
116.9%
Sector
-4.34%
Sensex
4.86%
Outperformed both Sector by 121.24% and Sensex by 112.04%
IndustryTrading
MARKET CAP (Micro Cap Stock)Rs 202 Cr
PE (TTM) 1.02
DIVIDEND YIELD 7.67%
PE Ratio1.02
Price to Book Value1.61
EV to EBIT0.64
EV to EBITDA0.63
EV to Capital Employed2.59
EV to Sales0.29
PEG Ratio0.00
Dividend Yield7.67%
ROCE (Latest)402.74%
ROE (Latest)137.91%
NameDec 22Sep 22
Promoters (Change:0.00) 20.31%20.31%
FIIs (Change:0.01) 0.02%0.01%
Mutual Funds (Change:-0.00) 0.1%0.1%
Insurance Companies (Change:-0.00) 3.97%3.97%
Other DIIs (Change:0.00) 38.93%38.93%
Non Institution (Change:-0.01) 36.67%36.68%

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STANDARD INDUSTRIES LTD. (SIL) share price as of February 8, 2023, on NSE is Rs 31.10 (NSE) and Rs 31.20 (BSE) on BSE.

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STANDARD INDUSTRIES LTD. (SIL) belongs to Trading.

About SIL

Today's live share price for STANDARD INDUSTRIES LTD. is NSE: ₹ 31.10, BSE: ₹ 31.20 with a current market capitalization of .

Standard Industries (SIL) was founded 104 years ago as Standard Mills Company in Jan.'92 by J Davidsarson. In 1932, the management was taken over by the Mafatlals, and since 1979 it is a constituent of the Stanrose group. It is currently managed by chairman R N Mafatlal. In Aug.'94, the company came out with a rights issue of 1.12 cr equity shares at a premium of Rs 50 per share, aggregating Rs 67.42 cr, to fully finance the modernisation programme and to repay/prepay high cost borrowings. SIL, at present, has 3 divisions - textiles, chemicals and apparels. The textiles division manufactures yarn, unprocessed and processed cloth, etc. The chemicals division manufactures a range of organic and inorganic chemicals such as caustic soda, chlorine, hydrochloric acid, ethyl chloride, etc. The apparels division manufactures readymade garments and fusible interlining fabric. The company exports to Europe, US, Germany, the Gulf, etc. Standard Salt Works is a subsidiary of SIL which supplies to the chemical division. Recently, the company also co-promoted a new company, Mafatlal Lubricants, along with Motul, France, for manufacturing and marketing lubricating oil. During 1999-2000, two textile units at Prabhadevi and Sewree were ISO-9002 certified, for the International Quality System by M/s SGS Yarsley International Certification Services Ltd. The company was re-certified for ISO 9002 System by BVQI. The company is in process of ratiionalization and integration of its textile activities at different locations. In 2000-2001 the company introduced VRS to its textile mill workers.The performance of Chemical Division performed well and the markets for Caustic Soda and Chlorine was affected due to stiff competition among local producers.During the year the company had commissioned Captive Power Plant for four stroke engines.

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