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532540 | TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES LTD. | 2476.20 | 485020.22 | 500325 | RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. | 926.85 | 299924.43 | 500312 | OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LTD. | 329.90 | 282245.62 | 500875 | ITC LTD. | 351.75 | 281945.90 | 500180 | HDFC BANK LTD. | 1018.90 | 255386.81 | 500209 | INFOSYS LTD. | 2181.95 | 250590.92 | 524715 | SUN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. | 1037.30 | 249580.69 | 533278 | COAL INDIA LTD. | 381.10 | 240716.65 | 500112 | STATE BANK OF INDIA | 291.05 | 220214.48 | 500010 | HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORP.LTD. | 1302.50 | 205103.56 | 500696 | HINDUSTAN UNILEVER LTD. | 936.50 | 202608.48 | 532174 | ICICI BANK LTD. | 310.10 | 179783.31 | 532454 | BHARTI AIRTEL LTD. | 406.05 | 162314.43 | 500510 | LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD. | 1742.25 | 161952.95 | 500570 | TATA MOTORS LTD. | 535.20 | 145791.31 | 507685 | WIPRO LTD. | 586.55 | 144822.68 | 532281 | HCL TECHNOLOGIES LTD. | 939.00 | 131994.85 | 532555 | NTPC LTD. | 158.00 | 130278.34 | 532215 | AXIS BANK LTD. | 534.15 | 126636.79 | 532500 | MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD. | 3642.40 | 110029.64 | 500247 | KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD. | 1384.75 | 106951.54 | 530965 | INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD. | 359.80 | 87357.73 | 500530 | BOSCH LTD. | 25577.00 | 80308.97 | 500257 | LUPIN LTD. | 1768.65 | 79498.75 | 532898 | POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. | 150.20 | 78578.48 | 500820 | ASIAN PAINTS LTD. | 819.05 | 78563.09 | 532538 | ULTRATECH CEMENT LTD. | 2806.75 | 77018.52 | 500520 | MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD. | 1224.30 | 76040.34 | 500188 | HINDUSTAN ZINC LTD. | 172.10 | 72717.74 | 534816 | BHARTI INFRATEL LTD. | 375.80 | 71167.85 | 532822 | IDEA CELLULAR LTD. | 196.95 | 70859.55 | 512599 | ADANI ENTERPRISES LTD. | 642.85 | 70701.29 | 500790 | NESTLE INDIA LTD. | 6986.20 | 67357.95 | 532921 | ADANI PORTS AND SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE LTD. | 323.65 | 66997.22 | 500295 | Sesa Sterlite Limited | 210.60 | 62436.36 | 500124 | DR.REDDY'S LABORATORIES LTD. | 3651.15 | 62182.40 | 532755 | TECH MAHINDRA LTD. | 641.00 | 61586.57 | 532977 | BAJAJ AUTO LTD. | 2065.70 | 59774.55 | 500547 | BHARAT PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD. | 797.75 | 57684.05 | 500103 | BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LTD. | 234.85 | 57481.89 | 532432 | UNITED SPIRITS LTD. | 3845.20 | 55881.42 | 500087 | CIPLA LTD. | 680.30 | 54625.40 | 526371 | NMDC LTD. | 133.75 | 53028.08 | 532155 | GAIL (INDIA) LTD. | 388.70 | 49305.72 | 500182 | HERO MOTOCORP LTD. | 2410.15 | 48127.68 | 500096 | DABUR INDIA LTD. | 273.05 | 47961.56 | 500550 | SIEMENS LTD. | 1326.75 | 47248.21 | 532187 | INDUSIND BANK LTD. | 875.85 | 46378.58 | 517334 | MOTHERSON SUMI SYSTEMS LTD. | 519.10 | 45775.11 | 532792 | CAIRN INDIA LTD. | 230.30 | 43177.86 | | 41548.01 | 532424 | GODREJ CONSUMER PRODUCTS LTD. | 1170.75 | 39857.82 | 532134 | BANK OF BARODA | 177.55 | 39265.11 | 524804 | AUROBINDO PHARMA LTD. | 1334.75 | 38972.33 | 500425 | AMBUJA CEMENTS LTD. | 246.80 | 38266.35 | 532810 | POWER FINANCE CORPORATION LTD. | 278.35 | 36743.33 | 532321 | CADILA HEALTHCARE LTD. | 1739.30 | 35611.91 | 500114 | Titan Company Limited | 394.65 | 35036.48 | 500387 | SHREE CEMENT LTD. | 10016.95 | 34896.27 | 532648 | YES BANK LTD. | 810.25 | 33847.07 | 500470 | TATA STEEL LTD. | 345.85 | 33589.48 | 500300 | GRASIM INDUSTRIES LTD. | 3650.95 | 33534.77 | 531344 | CONTAINER CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. | 1674.80 | 32654.28 | 532955 | RURAL ELECTRIFICATION CORPORATION LTD. | 330.15 | 32600.96 | 505537 | ZEE ENTERTAINMENT ENTERPRISES LTD. | 336.30 | 32299.89 | 500113 | STEEL AUTHORITY OF INDIA LTD. | 77.20 | 31884.15 | 533106 | OIL INDIA LTD. | 518.85 | 31189.94 | 532478 | UNITED BREWERIES LTD.-$ | 1162.90 | 30747.67 | 500331 | PIDILITE INDUSTRIES LTD. | 591.60 | 30329.13 | 532461 | PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK | 163.25 | 29553.96 | 500440 | HINDALCO INDUSTRIES LTD. | 139.80 | 28868.47 | 500002 | ABB India Limited | 1357.40 | 28764.44 | 500410 | ACC LTD. | 1519.55 | 28528.85 | 532466 | ORACLE FINANCIAL SERVICES SOFTWARE LTD. | 3346.55 | 28316.79 | 500830 | COLGATE-PALMOLIVE (INDIA) LTD. | 2077.15 | 28247.75 | 500493 | BHARAT FORGE LTD. | 1196.55 | 27855.00 | 500825 | BRITANNIA INDUSTRIES LTD. | 2299.65 | 27578.74 | 500660 | GLAXOSMITHKLINE PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. | 3255.10 | 27571.68 | 531642 | MARICO LTD. | 416.25 | 26847.38 | 532659 | IDFC LIMITED | 168.30 | 26806.50 | 500676 | GLAXOSMITHKLINE CONSUMER HEALTHCARE LTD. | 6300.10 | 26495.41 | 532868 | DLF LTD. | 147.25 | 26238.88 | 500049 | BHARAT ELECTRONICS LTD. | 3219.65 | 25757.20 | 533098 | NHPC LTD. | 20.55 | 25278.03 | 532488 | DIVI'S LABORATORIES LTD. | 1890.10 | 25088.11 | 500480 | CUMMINS INDIA LTD. | 865.75 | 23998.59 | 531162 | EMAMI LTD.-$ | 1041.45 | 23637.54 | 500870 | CASTROL INDIA LTD. | 477.15 | 23597.99 | 532296 | GLENMARK PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. | 864.45 | 23452.06 | 511218 | SHRIRAM TRANSPORT FINANCE CO.LTD. | 1024.20 | 23239.26 | 500228 | JSW STEEL LTD. | 957.20 | 23137.63 | 500459 | PROCTER & GAMBLE HYGIENE & HEALTH CARE LTD. | 7101.80 | 23052.97 | 500034 | Bajaj Finance Limited | 4517.35 | 22653.27 | 532978 | BAJAJ FINSERV LTD. | 1420.25 | 22599.75 | 500253 | LIC HOUSING FINANCE LTD. | 437.55 | 22081.53 | 500303 | ADITYA BIRLA NUVO LTD. | 1695.30 | 22061.62 | 500400 | TATA POWER CO.LTD. | 80.35 | 21731.66 | 500420 | TORRENT PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. | 1278.45 | 21633.80 | 500104 | HINDUSTAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD. | 634.30 | 21479.13 | 500477 | ASHOK LEYLAND LTD. | 72.95 | 20760.67 | |
Automobile sector Company | LTP (Rs.) | Chg (%) | ma | P/E (x) | EPS (Rs.) | Ashok Leyland | 71.35 | 2.59 | 19,793.07 | NM | -2.25 | Atul Auto | 489.50 | 0.77 | 1,065.89 | 26.39 | 18.41 | Bajaj Auto | 2,093.70 | 7.40 | 56,409.79 | 18.20 | 107.12 | Eicher Motors | 15,337.55 | 0.79 | 41,251.46 | 75.10 | 202.64 | Escorts | 124.20 | 0.40 | 1,516.31 | 9.46 | 13.07 | Force Motors | 1,678.00 | 3.02 | 2,146.69 | 29.10 | 55.96 | Hero Motocorp | 2,386.00 | 2.43 | 46,519.12 | 27.71 | 84.05 | Hind.Motors | 7.38 | -2.77 | 158.37 | NM | -9.97 | HMT | 42.40 | 2.66 | 3,140.25 | NM | -7.30 | Kinetic Engg. | 45.40 | 2.95 | 59.84 | NM | -20.07 | LML | 6.99 | 2.95 | 55.66 | NM | -10.15 | M & M | 1,199.25 | 4.72 | 71,124.39 | 16.36 | 69.99 | Mah. Scooters | 898.00 | 3.43 | 992.41 | 18.80 | 46.19 | Majestic Auto | 59.40 | 1.97 | 60.58 | NM | -17.83 | Maruti Suzuki | 3,758.65 | 0.71 | 1,12,737.77 | 29.61 | 126.04 | Scooters India | 30.95 | 3.17 | 256.14 | 14.63 | 2.05 | SML ISUZU | 1,330.75 | 3.16 | 1,866.63 | 61.69 | 20.91 | Tata Motors | 506.70 | -0.34 | 1,62,637.23 | 8.89 | 57.20 | Tata Motors-DVR | 312.40 | 0.35 | 0.00 | NM | 0.00 | TVS Motor Co. | 249.35 | 5.84 | 11,193.36 | 39.10 | 6.03 | VST Till. Tract. | 1,413.00 | -0.95 | 1,232.50 | 16.36 | 87.22 |
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Company | LTP (Rs.) | Chg (%) | MCap(Rs. Cr.) | P/E (x) | EPS (Rs.) | Aksh Optifibre | 15.43 | 6.41 | 219.73 | 14.03 | 1.03 | Bhagyanagar Ind | 17.00 | 0.59 | 108.16 | 39.76 | 0.43 | Birla Ericsson | 63.40 | 0.88 | 188.55 | 11.37 | 5.53 | CMI | 101.80 | 3.51 | 112.63 | 23.36 | 4.21 | Cords Cable | 24.65 | 4.23 | 27.03 | 11.88 | 1.99 | Delton Cables | 29.75 | 4.39 | 24.62 | NM | -2.48 | Diamond Power | 48.30 | 8.66 | 240.03 | 1.85 | 24.01 | Emgee Cables | 8.53 | 0.00 | 3.96 | 4.88 | 1.84 | Finolex Cables | 272.00 | 1.04 | 4,117.41 | 18.62 | 14.46 | G R Cables | 0.52 | 4.00 | 1.44 | NM | -0.22 | KEI Inds. | 71.65 | 0.21 | 552.25 | 21.22 | 3.37 | Nicco Corpn. | 0.00 | 0.00 | 8.44 | NM | -3.99 | Paramount Comm. | 3.15 | 2.94 | 38.33 | NM | -6.61 | SGN Telecoms | 0.10 | -9.09 | 0.89 | NM | -0.02 | Shilpi Cable | 41.80 | 2.83 | 410.29 | 2.81 | 14.46 | Sterlite Tech. | 61.25 | 2.00 | 2,366.32 | NM | -1.03 | Surana Telecom | 10.97 | -0.81 | 115.02 | 235.32 | 0.05 | Torrent Cables | 149.50 | 1.49 | 126.68 | 62.68 | 2.35 | Universal Cables | 40.75 | -0.61 | 94.83 | NM | -18.43 | Vindhya Telelink | 525.10 | 5.44 | 590.13 | 17.45 | 28.54 |
Capital g00ds electrical equipment Company | LTP (Rs.) | Chg (%) | MCap(Rs. Cr.) | P/E (x) | EPS (Rs.) | A B B | 1,380.30 | 3.63 | 28,224.02 | 130.46 | 10.21 | A2Z Infra Engg. | 16.80 | 7.69 | 134.97 | NM | -29.09 | Accurate Trans. | 36.00 | -1.37 | 10.84 | 11.37 | 3.21 | Alfa Transformer | 20.50 | -0.49 | 11.04 | NM | -4.00 | ALSTOM India | 724.45 | 1.46 | 4,800.56 | 32.01 | 22.31 | Alstom T&D India | 506.90 | -2.53 | 13,315.88 | 103.39 | 5.03 | Apar Inds. | 367.50 | 2.80 | 1,376.25 | 16.31 | 21.92 | B H E L | 245.00 | 3.29 | 58,057.07 | 17.15 | 13.83 | Bharat Bijlee | 644.00 | 8.88 | 334.20 | NM | -32.21 | BS | 38.80 | 4.58 | 1,631.98 | 13.30 | 2.79 | Crompton Greaves | 169.80 | 0.65 | 10,573.21 | 40.24 | 4.19 | Easun Reyrolle | 41.25 | 2.23 | 124.25 | NM | -8.94 | Elpro Intl. | 770.50 | 0.06 | 354.97 | NM | -9.07 | EMCO | 32.10 | 4.22 | 208.13 | NM | -0.64 | Eon Elect. | 41.00 | -0.24 | 66.01 | NM | -11.99 | Havells India | 286.60 | 2.38 | 17,482.54 | 41.72 | 6.71 | High Energy Bat. | 185.00 | 8.82 | 30.43 | NM | -15.34 | Honda Siel Power | 1,125.75 | -0.35 | 1,145.57 | 32.21 | 35.07 | Igarashi Motors | 420.00 | 2.82 | 1,250.35 | 29.88 | 13.67 | IMP Powers | 76.50 | -1.03 | 62.92 | 11.64 | 6.64 | Indo Tech.Trans. | 147.90 | 0.41 | 156.43 | NM | -4.82 | Indosolar | 17.80 | 4.64 | 609.18 | NM | -3.35 | Inox Wind | 432.40 | 1.50 | 9,453.72 | 71.47 | 5.96 | JSL Inds. | 211.50 | -4.99 | 24.93 | 15.11 | 14.73 | Jyoti | 61.20 | 2.00 | 102.78 | NM | -71.38 | Jyoti Structures | 28.65 | 5.72 | 296.82 | NM | -0.93 | K E C Intl. | 102.75 | 4.79 | 2,520.87 | 19.03 | 5.15 | Kalpataru Power | 233.65 | 1.34 | 3,537.79 | 31.50 | 7.32 | Kaycee Inds. | 3,250.00 | 4.84 | 19.53 | 19.93 | 155.56 | Kirl. Electric | 27.65 | 3.75 | 141.72 | NM | -20.02 | Lak. Electrical | 423.70 | 3.47 | 100.74 | 11.74 | 34.87 | Marsons | 4.96 | 5.53 | 11.75 | 19.58 | 0.24 | Modison Metals | 42.50 | 3.66 | 133.25 | 23.30 | 1.76 | NEPC India | 2.42 | 0.00 | 16.76 | 8.07 | 0.30 | Om Metals Infrap | 40.40 | 0.62 | 386.64 | 11.64 | 3.45 | Rexnord Electr. | 26.95 | 2.08 | 20.01 | 11.33 | 2.33 | RTS Power Corpn. | 27.00 | -3.23 | 22.79 | 298.08 | 0.09 | Salzer Electron. | 233.20 | -0.55 | 246.31 | 23.31 | 10.06 | Schneider Elect. | 196.60 | 3.80 | 4,528.55 | NM | -3.49 | Shilchar Tech. | 111.00 | 4.91 | 40.31 | 7.27 | 14.56 | Siemens | 1,399.85 | 3.01 | 48,393.99 | 106.59 | 12.75 | Stone India | 50.05 | 0.20 | 44.69 | NM | -2.60 | Sujana Towers | 13.87 | 12.67 | 63.90 | NM | -0.18 | Surana Solar | 63.70 | -1.70 | 318.82 | 45.63 | 1.42 | Suzlon Energy | 24.70 | 3.35 | 9,829.99 | NM | -6.23 | Swelect Energy | 583.00 | -0.26 | 590.35 | 72.09 | 8.11 | Switching Tech. | 101.00 | 3.96 | 23.80 | 30.84 | 3.15 | T R I L | 242.50 | 3.32 | 311.21 | 61.28 | 3.83 | TD Power Sys. | 341.20 | 3.71 | 1,093.60 | 85.90 | 3.83 | Triveni Turbine | 117.10 | 1.25 | 3,816.13 | 60.39 | 1.92 | Company | LTP (Rs.) | Chg (%) | MCap(Rs. Cr.) | P/E (x) | EPS (Rs.) | Tumus Electric | 18.35 | 0.00 | 1.70 | NM | -0.51 | Ujaas Energy | 18.30 | 2.23 | 358.00 | 14.92 | 1.20 | V-Guard Inds. | 1,006.35 | 0.38 | 3,004.96 | 42.25 | 23.73 | Volt.Transform. | 680.00 | 0.37 | 685.63 | 26.62 | 25.45 | W S Inds. | 12.50 | 2.54 | 25.77 | NM | -47.07 | Websol Energy | 21.45 | 10.00 | 42.84 | NM | -13.62 |

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