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Tulsi Extrusions Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹0.45
High: ₹0.50
Previous Close ₹0.50
Open ₹0.45
Volume 848
Day’s Range ₹0.45 - ₹0.50
52W Range ₹0.00 - ₹0.50
Market Cap ₹2.72 Cr

Tulsi Extrusions Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) -12.5545
P/E Ratio (TTM) 0
P/B Ratio 0
Industry P/E 52.82
Debt to Equity -3.0222
ROE 26.68
Dividend Yield 0
Book Value -25.5656602
Face Value 10

Tulsi Extrusions Financials

Sep 2017Dec 2017Mar 2018Jun 2018
Net Sales3.693.623.524.65
Profit before tax-3.39-3.03-5.7-7.09
Operating Profit-3.39-3.03-5.7-7.09
Net Profit-3.39-3.03-5.7-7.09
EPS in Rs-1.23-1.1-2.07-2.58

About Tulsi Extrusions

Tulsi Extrusions Limited was incorporated as a private limited company on September 16, 1994 under the name and style of Tulsi Extrusions Private Limited. Later the company was converted to a public l ... Read More

Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1994
Managing Director Sanjay Kumar Taparia

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What is the Share price of Tulsi Extrusions (TULSI)?

Tulsi Extrusions (TULSI) share price as of July 15, 2019, on NSE is Rs 0.50 (NSE) and Rs 0.99 (BSE) on BSE.

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