Nelcast Ltd Share Price

NELCAST EQ
BSE
93.50
+1.55 (+1.69%)
Disclaimer: Prices shown are not realtime
Open
94.60
Close
91.95
Upper Circuit
112.90
Lower Circuit
75.30
Volume
54368
Avg. traded
94.04
Today's high
94.95
Today's low
92.50
52 week high
100.00
52 week low
61.00

About Nelcast Ltd


Nelcast Limited is the largest jobbing foundry in India for the manufacturing of ductile & grey iron castings. The company’s products cater to the Global Automotive, Tractor, Construction, Mining, Railways, and General Engineering sectors. Besides having a wide customer base across several industries and geographies, it also prides itself on being a one-stop shop for its customers by being able to supply castings of several different grades and sizes. Established in 1985 with a modest capacity of just 1,000 Metric Tons/Year, it has focussed on producing superior quality castings for a wide range of industries. This focus has helped it grow over the last three decades to a position of market leadership with a production capacity of 118,000 metric tons/year.

Sector

Castings

Market Capital (MCap)

818.68 Crore

7-day prices


Day Open Close Day's change
Mon, Jan 17 94.60 94.10 -0.53%
Fri, Jan 14 90.85 91.95 1.20%
Thu, Jan 13 93.40 91.30 -2.30%
Wed, Jan 12 93.85 93.45 -0.43%
Tue, Jan 11 93.95 89.45 -5.03%
Mon, Jan 10 88.55 91.10 2.80%
Fri, Jan 07 88.10 88.50 0.45%

Fundamentals

P/E Ratio
62.30
P/B Ratio
1.31
ROE
2.13 %
ROCE
4.58 %
Dividend Yield
0.31 %
Debt to equity
0.50 Cr

Key indicators These are key financial factors that one should look at before investing in a stock. Use this information to run a fast check on the company’s health and make informed investment decisions. P/E ratio (Price-to-earnings ratio) This helps you determine the market price of a stock as..

Profitability ratio

Op profit margin
8.39 %
Net profit margin
1.48 %
ROCE
4.58 %
ROA
1.12 %
ROIC
--
ROE
2.13 %

Operational ratios

Quick Ratio
0.94
Current Ratio
1.39
Interest Coverage
1.71
Asset Turnover
0.76
Debt to equity
0.50

Valuation ratios

P/E
62.30
P/B
1.31
EV / EBITDA
13.91 %
Dividend Yield
0.31 %

These are a number of indicators that can give users valuable guidance on how strong the company is compared to its peers or its past performance.They also provide insights into the operational efficiency and stability of the company Profitability ratios Profitability ratios are used to evaluate th..

Breakdown

Shareholding pattern reveals the distribution of a company’s equity shares between promoters and different investors. A change in their holdings can indicate a change in performance outlook of the stock. Promoter holding It indicates the total percentage of shares held by the promoters of the com..

Disclaimer

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  • Stock investing requires careful analysis of financial data to find out the company's true worth. The information shown here only informs about critical factors that you must look at before investing. Make sure you do your thorough stock analysis to make informed and calculated risk decisions.
These are a number of indicators that can give users valuable guidance on how strong the company is compared to its peers or its past performance.They also provide insights into the operational efficiency and stability of the company

Profitability ratios
Profitability ratios are used to evaluate the ability of a company to generate profit relative to its revenue, assets, operating costs, and equity during a specific period of time
A higher ratio or value indicates the company is performing well by generating revenues, profits, and cash flow.

Op profit margin (Operating Profit Margin)
It measures the percentage of profit a company produces from its operations, prior to subtracting taxes and interest charges. It is calculated by dividing the operating profit by total revenue.

Net profit margin
It measures how much net profit is generated as a percentage of revenue. It is calculated by dividing the net profits by net sales.

NIM (Net interest margin)
It measures the difference between the interest income generated and the amount of interest paid out to lenders by banks.

CDR (Credit deposit ratio)
It measures the amount of money banks have raised in the form of deposits and has been deployed as loans.

ROCE (Return on capital employed)
It measures the earnings as a proportion of debt+equity required by a business to continue normal operations. A higher ROCE is generally considered as better.

ROA (Return on assets)
ROA is an indicator of how profitable a company is relative to its total assets.Higher value is desirable.

ROE (Return on equity)
It signifies how good the company is in generating returns on the investment received from its shareholders. Look for ROE equal to or high compared with other firms in the same line of business.

ROIC (Return on invested capital)
ROIC is the amount of money a company makes that is above the average cost it pays for its debt and equity capital.

EPS (Earnings per share)
EPS indicates how much money a company makes for each share of its stock and is a widely used metric for estimating corporate value.

Operational ratios
They are used to evaluate the health of a company and provide useful insights into the financial well-being of of the company

Gross NPA (Gross Non Performing Assets)
It is the amount of all loans defaulted on by people who have received loans from the banking institution.Gross NPA ratio is the ratio of total gross NPA to total advances (loans) of the bank

Net NPA (Net Non Performing Assets)
It is the actual loss faced by the financial institution. It is calculated by subtracting any provisions related to unpaid debt from Gross NPA

CASA ratio (Current account savings accounts ratio)
It is the ratio of deposits in current and savings accounts to the total deposits

CAR (Capital adequacy ratio)
It is a measurement of a bank's available capital in relation to its risk weighted assets and current liabilities.

Quick ratio
It measures the ability of a business to pay its short-term obligations with its most liquid assets

Current ratio
It measures the weight of total current assets versus total current liabilities of a company.

Interest coverage ratio
It is used to measure how well a firm can pay the interest due on outstanding debt. It’s used to assess the risk of lending capital to a firm. A higher coverage ratio is better, although the ideal ratio may vary by industry.

Asset turnover ratio
It measures the efficiency with which a company uses its assets to produce sales

Debt to equity ratio
It indicates how much debt the company has compared to the amount invested by its shareholders. A low debt-equity ratio is favourable from an investment viewpoint.

Valuation ratios
They are used to evaluate the worth of a company with respect to its share price. They serve as useful tools for identifying investment potential.

P/E ratio (Price-to-earnings ratio)
This helps you determine the market price of a stock as compared to the company's earnings. A high P/E could mean that a stock's price is high relative to earnings and possibly overvalued.

P/B ratio (Price-to-Book)
This helps you determine the market price of a stock as compared to the company's earnings. A high P/E could mean that a stock's price is high relative to earnings and possibly overvalued.

EV/EBITDA (Enterprise value to earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization ratio)
EBITDA measures a firm's overall financial performance, while EV (enterprise value) determines the firm's total value.Note: An EV/EBITDA value below 10 is commonly interpreted as healthy and above average by analysts and investors.

Dividend yield
It’s the amount of money a company pays its shareholders divided by its current stock price.

* All the information mentioned here is sourced from latest financial statements
Shareholding pattern reveals the distribution of a company’s equity shares between promoters and different investors. A change in their holdings can indicate a change in performance outlook of the stock.

Promoter holding
It indicates the total percentage of shares held by the promoters of the company.Increase in promoter holding shows signs of trust while decrease may show lack of confidence.

Pledged promoter holding
It indicates the percentage of total promoter holding that is pledged.Pledging of shares is a way for the promoters of a company to get loans to meet their business or personal requirements by keeping their shares as collateral to lenders.Pledging can have negative impact as promoters are required to maintain the value of the collateral all the time by providing additional shares to lenders when the share value falls.

Mutual funds
It indicates percentage of shares held by different mutual funds.Increase in holdings may signify their confidence in the growth of the company.

FIIs (Foreign institutional investors)
It indicates percentage of shares held by Foreign Institutional investors.Increase in holdings may signify their confidence in the growth of the company.

Other DIIs (Other Domestic institutional investors)
It indicates the percentage of shares held by domestic institutional investors other than mutual funds.

Retail and others
It indicates the percentage of shares held by retail investors.
Key indicators
These are key financial factors that one should look at before investing in a stock. Use this information to run a fast check on the company’s health and make informed investment decisions.

P/E ratio (Price-to-earnings ratio)
This helps you determine the market price of a stock as compared to the company's earnings. A high P/E could mean that a stock's price is high relative to earnings and possibly overvalued.

P/B ratio (Price-to-book ratio)
It’s calculated by dividing a company's stock price by its book value (total assets minus any liabilities). The lower a company's price-to-book ratio is, the better the value it generally is.

ROE (Return on equity)
It signifies how good the company is in generating returns on the investment received from its shareholders. Look for ROE equal to or high compared with other firms in the same line of business.

ROCE (Return on capital employed)
It measures the earnings as a proportion of debt+equity required by a business to continue normal operations. A higher ROCE is generally considered as better.

Dividend yield
It’s the amount of money a company pays its shareholders divided by its current stock price.

Debt-to-equity ratio
It indicates how much debt the company has compared to the amount invested by its shareholders. A low debt-equity ratio is favourable from an investment viewpoint.

* All the information mentioned here is sourced from latest financial statements

FAQ

How do I buy Nelcast Ltd share in Upstox?

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Once you have filled in the details, you can click on ‘Review’ on the bottom right of the screen to verify your details. On the review page, you will see your quantity, margin coverage (capital required), taxes and charges (brokerage and other charges associated with buying the share). Here, you will see the ‘Submit order’ option. Once you have clicked on ‘Submit order’, you have successfully placed your order.

How to calculate brokerage for trading in shares of Nelcast Ltd?

After you fill in the order details on Upstox Pro Web and click on the ‘Review’ button on the bottom right of the screen, the review page will show the quantity, margin coverage (capital required), taxes and charges (brokerage and other charges associated with buying the share).

Click the ‘?’ symbol to get a detailed break-up of taxes and charges pertaining to the trade.

The first option will show you the ‘Brokerage fee’. This is the brokerage that is auto-calculated based on your trade details.

How to check the open price and close price of Nelcast Ltd?

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What data can we get from Nelcast Ltd graph?

Graphs or charts are useful to see intraday and historic price data. Technical analysts also use several indicators to analyze price charts.

By default, you will see the candlestick chart is what you will see by default. On the top right side of this chart, you will see the date, volumes in that particular stock, open price, high price, low price and close price. On the Y axis, you will see the price and on the X axis, you will see time, i.e., days, months or years.

Under the display option, you can change the chart type to a bar chart, line chart, etc. You can use the ‘Studies’ option and apply an indicator on the chart. One of the most popular indicators is the simple moving average indicator. A simple moving average calculates the average of closing prices for a particular period. This indicator is used to identify possible support and resistance levels.

How to check the weekly and monthly closing prices of Nelcast Ltd?

After you have selected your stock from the search box, a candlestick price chart of the script will be displayed on the left side of the screen. On the top of the chart, to the right, you will see four options: timeframe, views, display and studies. By default, the timeframe option will show you as 1m which means the price chart is of a 1-minute timeframe.

Change the timeframe to 1W for weekly price data and 1M for monthly price. Place your mouse on any of the candles and at the top you will see 4 prices. Open, high, low and close along with date and volumes. This is how you can check the weekly and monthly closing price of a particular stock.

How to buy shares of Nelcast Ltd on mobile devices?

Once you login to the Upstox app, you will see the ‘search’ button on the top right side of your mobile screen. After you click on the ‘search’ option, the app will take you to a search box where you can search for stocks. Here you can type the name of the stock you want to search and the app will show you a list of options to choose from. After you type the stock name, just below the search box, you will see two options, Cash and F&O. Select the cash option and now you will have two options displayed on your screen with the price of the particular stock. The stock could be listed on the NSE or BSE. If the stock is listed on both the exchanges, you will get two options, else you will see only one option.

Now, select the exchange through which you want to trade. Once you select the stock, the app will take you to the stock information page and you will see a buy and sell option at the bottom of your screen. After clicking buy or sell, enter details such as type (delivery or intraday), quantity to trade, validity and disclosed quantity. Once you have filled in the details, you can click on ‘Review’ on the bottom right of the screen to verify your details. Finally, use the ‘Swipe to submit order’ option to place an order.

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