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Coal India Ltd (COAL.BO)

COAL.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

262.30INR
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Change (% chg)

Rs-0.85 (-0.32%)
Prev Close
Rs263.15
Open
Rs263.85
Day's High
Rs266.20
Day's Low
Rs261.45
Volume
50,824
Avg. Vol
171,465
52-wk High
Rs316.55
52-wk Low
Rs234.00

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About

Coal India Limited (CIL) is an India-based holding company. The Company is a coal mining company, which is engaged in the production and sale of coal. The Company offers products, including Coking Coal, Semi Coking Coal, Non-Coking Coal, Washed and Beneficiated Coal, Middlings, Rejects, Coal Fines/Coke Fines, and Tar/Heavy... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.83
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs1,621,375.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 6,207.41
Dividend: 16.50
Yield (%): 6.70

Financials

  COAL.BO Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 23.29 10.58 13.06
EPS (TTM): 11.31 -- --
ROI: 9.37 18.30 14.62
ROE: 31.65 20.31 17.30

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