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Pidilite Industries Ltd (PIDI.NS)

PIDI.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

900.25INR
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Change (% chg)

Rs-4.40 (-0.49%)
Prev Close
Rs904.65
Open
Rs903.00
Day's High
Rs909.40
Day's Low
Rs885.30
Volume
475,519
Avg. Vol
484,518
52-wk High
Rs971.70
52-wk Low
Rs624.10

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About

Pidilite Industries Limited is a holding company. The Company is engaged in the manufacture of adhesives and glues, including rubber based glues and adhesives. Its segments include Consumer & Bazaar Products, Industrial Products and Others. The Consumer & Bazaar Products segment includes products, such as adhesives, sealants,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.50
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs410,427.81
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 512.81
Dividend: 4.75
Yield (%): 0.59

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 16.35 16.44
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 7.19 10.61
ROE: -- 11.48 14.21

BRIEF-Pidilite Industries Approves Investing In CIPY Polyurethanes

* SAYS CO'S SHAREHOLDING IN CIPY POST INVESTMENT TO BE 70 PERCENT Source text: http://bit.ly/2F1Nk5w Further company coverage:

05 Jan 2018

BRIEF-Pidilite Industries Seeks Shareholders' Nod For Buyback Of Shares

* SEEKS SHAREHOLDERS' NOD FOR APPROVAL FOR BUYBACK OF SHARES FOR AMOUNT UPTO 5 BILLION RUPEES Source text - http://bit.ly/2Ec9bXD Further company coverage:

29 Dec 2017

BRIEF-India's Pidilite Industries Approves Share Buyback Worth Up To 5 Bln Rupees

* APPROVES SHARE BUYBACK WORTH UP TO 5 BILLION RUPEES Source text - http://bit.ly/2C7OPQP Further company coverage:

26 Dec 2017

BUZZ-India's Pidilite Industries gains on Q2 profit beat

** Pidilite Industries Ltd rises as much as 3.3 pct to 794 rupees

09 Nov 2017

BRIEF-India's Pidilite Industries Sept-qtr consol profit up 9 pct

* Sept quarter consol net profit 2.52 billion rupees versus profit of 2.31 billion rupees last year

08 Nov 2017

BRIEF-India's Pidilite Industries June-qtr consol profit falls

* June quarter consol profit 2.27 billion rupees versus profit of 2.72 billion rupees last year

25 Jul 2017

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