|Rank||Company Name||Market Cap |
|1||1||Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.||130903.64||13.16||11.79|
|2||2||Reliance Industries Ltd.||697852.58||28.24||20.65|
|3||8||Oil And Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.||203147.13||11.04||-9.47|
|4||3||State Bank of India||235872.93||2.64||PL|
|5||4||Tata Motors Ltd.||54304.18||7.94||20.59|
|6||6||Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.||62627.80||13.72||3.30|
|7||7||Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.||32416.01||13.36||-12.36|
|8||5||Rajesh Exports Ltd.||17889.56||-22.48||1.78|
|9||12||Tata Steel Ltd.||67922.80||25.29||LP|
|10||9||Coal India Ltd.||170587.02||5.30||-24.35|
A total of 360 ET 500 companies failed to post gains on the bourses so far this year.
The IT firm has navigated the changes confronting the industry without taking a hit on profitability.
While the stock may have taken a beating on account of the NBFC crisis, its fundamentals are intact.
The company has strong financials, a rock solid moat and a track record of consistent wealth creation.
Volatility. That would be the answer if one scouts for the most buzzing word of 2018.
The dominant adhesives maker has also been generous in rewarding investors with dividends.
The penetration of AMCs and insurance as a percentage of savings is 4% and 25%.
The debt-equity ratio of family firms is nearly 33% lower than professionally run cos.
As of September, 1,198 cases have been registered under the insolvency process.
New hospitals have started generating operating profits with an improvement in revenue growth.
In early 2000, Sajjan Jindal-owned JSW Steel managed to survive the commodity crisis.
With nearly half its sales coming from 7 states, there is lots of room left for growth.
The company’s consistent growth is driven by a strategy centred on financial prudence.
The company is in a position to hike volumes or prices in tune with the demand trends.
Confronted by the disruption, 4 firms have been swift in identifying the next big opportunities.
Demand created by the multitudes, whose fortunes are changing for the better, would be the next growth driver.
For Trent, the learning curve has been quite sharp, thanks to the JV.
The company’s debt-equity ratio was at 2 at the end of the quarter.