IDFC Ltd (IDFC.NS)

IDFC.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

168.10INR
27 Mar 2015
Change (% chg)

Rs6.30 (+3.89%)
Prev Close
Rs161.80
Open
Rs163.50
Day's High
Rs169.00
Day's Low
Rs160.25
Volume
8,010,275
Avg. Vol
6,323,958
52-wk High
Rs188.00
52-wk Low
Rs107.30

IDFC.NS

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About

IDFC Limited is an India-based integrated infrastructure finance company. The Company is engaged in financing infrastructure projects in sectors, including energy, telecommunication, transportation, commercial and industrial projects, including hospitals, education, tourism and hotels. The Company provides services in the... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.91
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs267,746.50
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,592.78
Dividend: 2.60
Yield (%): 1.55

Financials

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Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions

Feb 2 - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Monday:

03 Feb 2015

Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions

Feb 2 - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1100 GMT on Monday:

02 Feb 2015

IDFC may buy stake in Future Group's planned payments bank

MUMBAI - IDFC Ltd said it may buy a small equity stake in a payments bank planned by local retailer Future Group, subject to the retailer winning a licence from the central bank.

02 Feb 2015

India's IDFC may buy stake in Future Group's planned payments bank

MUMBAI, Feb 2 - India's IDFC Ltd said it may buy a small equity stake in a payments bank planned by local retailer Future Group, subject to the retailer winning a licence from the central bank.

02 Feb 2015

India's slowing profits growth offers wake-up call for record-high shares

MUMBAI/BANGALORE - Indian corporate earnings are growing at the weakest pace in nearly six years, in a more sober reflection of the economy than a stock market hovering near record highs since the May election of pro-business Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.

11 Nov 2014

India's slowing profits growth offers wake-up call for record-high shares

MUMBAI/BANGALORE - Indian corporate earnings are growing at the weakest pace in nearly six years, in a more sober reflection of the economy than a stock market hovering near record highs since the May election of pro-business Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.

11 Nov 2014

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