Jaiprakash Associates Ltd (JAIA.NS)

JAIA.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

62.00INR
3:58pm IST
Price Change (% chg)

Rs-3.95 (-5.99%)
Prev Close
Rs65.95
Open
Rs66.00
Day's High
Rs66.30
Day's Low
Rs61.40
Volume
41,671,227
Avg. Vol
36,735,831
52-wk High
Rs89.90
52-wk Low
Rs28.35

JAIA.NS

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About

Jaiprakash Associates Limited (JAL) is an India-based diversified infrastructure conglomerate. JAL’s business includes seven sectors: engineering and construction, power, cement, real estate, hospitality, expressways, and sports and education. It has executed 13 hydropower projects spread across six states and the neighboring... (more)

Overall

Beta: 2.15
Market Cap (Mil.): Rs160,420.50
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 2,432.46
Dividend: 0.50
Yield (%): 0.76

Financials

  JAIA.NS Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 58.57 28.58
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 4.58 7.46
ROE: -- 5.94 11.24
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03 Jul 2014

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03 Jul 2014

Jaiprakash selling shares to raise up to $250 million - sources

MUMBAI - Infrastructure builder Jaiprakash Associates on Wednesday launched a share sale to institutional investors to raise up to $250 million, two people directly involved in the process said.

02 Jul 2014

India's Jaiprakash selling shares to raise up to $250 mln - sources

MUMBAI, July 2 - Indian infrastructure builder Jaiprakash Associates on Wednesday launched a share sale to institutional investors to raise up to $250 million, two people directly involved in the process said.

02 Jul 2014

India's Jaiprakash Associates net profit falls 19 pct, finance costs rise

NEW DELHI, May 28 - India's Jaiprakash Associates Ltd, an engineering and construction firm, reported a 19 percent fall in net profit for the fourth quarter, hit by slowing sales.

28 May 2014

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