Shares of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. rose 0.31 per cent to Rs 114.9 in Tuesday’s trade. It hit an intraday high of Rs 114.95 and low of Rs 113.45, respectively, during the day.
The stock quoted a 52-week high price of Rs 119.45 and low of Rs 71.35.
As of 11:07AM (IST), the counter saw total traded volume of 107,492 shares with a traded value of Rs 1.22 crore, according to NSE.
The stock had closed at Rs 114.55 in the previous session.
The scrip has advanced 10.96 per cent in the past one month till date, while the benchmark BSE Sensex has gained 5.54 per cent during the same period.
According to exchange data, the stock traded at a price-to-earnings (P/E) multiple of 4.21 while price-to-book ratio stood at 0.75. A higher P/E ratio shows that investors are willing to pay a higher price for per rupee earnings given by the stock because of better future growth expectations. The price-to-book value indicates the inherent value of a company and it reflects the price investors are ready to pay even for no growth in a business.
The stock belongs to the Oil Refining & Marketing industry.
Promoters held 51.5 per cent stake in the company as of 30-Jun-2021, while FII and MF ownership in the firm stood at 6.7 per cent and 4.05 per cent, respectively.
The company reported consolidated sales of Rs 157018.41 crore for the quarter ended 30-Jun-2021, up 30.35 per cent from the previous quarter’s Rs 120460.02 crore and up 156.57 per cent from the year-ago quarter’s Rs 61198.3 crore. Its net profit for the latest quarter stood at Rs 6109.69 crore, up 159.96 per cent from the same quarter a year ago.