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Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd (APLH.BO)

APLH.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

1,341.05INR
23 Feb 2017
Change (% chg)

Rs18.60 (+1.41%)
Prev Close
Rs1,322.45
Open
Rs1,325.00
Day's High
Rs1,344.00
Day's Low
Rs1,325.00
Volume
4,466
Avg. Vol
10,712
52-wk High
Rs1,544.00
52-wk Low
Rs1,110.75

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About

Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited is a healthcare provider. The Company is engaged in offering healthcare services and operating standalone pharmacies. The Company's segments include Healthcare, Pharmacy and Others. The Healthcare segment consists of hospitals, hospital-based pharmacies, and projects and consultancy services.... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.37
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs184,507.80
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 139.13
Dividend: 6.00
Yield (%): 0.45

Financials

BRIEF-Apollo Hospitals Enterprise to consider allotment of NCDs worth up to 2 bln rupees

* Says to consider allotment of 2000 NCDs worth up to 2 billion rupees Source text: (http://bit.ly/2kUk8SR) Further company coverage:

21 Feb 2017

BRIEF-Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Dec-qtr profit down about 40 pct

* net profit in Dec quarter last year was 1.22 billion rupees as per ind-as; net sales was 14.25 billion rupees

14 Feb 2017

BRIEF-Apollo Hospitals Enterprise to consider issue of NCDs of about 2 bln rupees

* Says to consider issue of NCDs of about 2 billion rupees on a private placement basis Source text:(http://bit.ly/2lriYTh) Further company coverage: (Bengaluru newsroom)

10 Feb 2017

BRIEF-Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Sept-qtr profit up about 3 pct

* Net profit in sept quarter last year was 895.5 million rupees as per ind-as; net sales was 14.10 billion rupees Source text: http://bit.ly/2fHrQgQ Further company coverage:

11 Nov 2016

BRIEF-Apollo Hospitals Enterprise approves issue of NCDs worth up to 2 bln rupees

* Apollo Hospitals Enterprise ltd says approved issue of NCDs worth up to 2 billion rupees Source text: http://bit.ly/2cQ2c7C Further company coverage: (Bengaluru newsroom)

04 Oct 2016

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