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Bank of Rajasthan Ltd.[Merged]
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Bank of Rajasthan Ltd.[Merged]

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    • NAMEP/E (x)P/B (x)ROE %ROCE %ROA %Rev CAGR [3Yr]OPMNPMBasic EPSCurrent RatioTotal Debt/ Equity (x)Total Debt/ CFO (x)
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        Corporate Actions

        • General Meeting

          Amalgamation

          Aug 16, 2010

          Board Meeting

          Alteration in main object of MoA

          Aug 13, 2010

          Board Meeting

          General

          Jun 25, 2010

        • Announced onMeeting on
          Aug 13, 2010Aug 13, 2010
          Alteration in main object of MoA
          Jun 25, 2010Jun 24, 2010
          General
          May 10, 2010May 28, 2010
          Audited Results
          May 24, 2010May 23, 2010
          Scheme of Amalgamation & Others
          May 19, 2010May 18, 2010
          Amalgamation
        • Announced onEx-DateDividend%
          May 11, 2009Aug 13, 20092%
          Jun 03, 2008Jul 24, 20085%
          May 14, 2007Aug 16, 200720%
          Jun 26, 2006Aug 31, 20062%
          May 13, 2005Jun 09, 200511%
        • Announced onEx-Date
          May 31, 2008Sep 18, 2008
          Bonus Ratio: 1 share(s) for every 5 shares held
          May 12, 2007Aug 16, 2007
          Bonus Ratio: 1 share(s) for every 4 shares held
          May 15, 1996-
          Bonus Ratio: 3 share(s) for every 2 shares held
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        • Announced onEx-Date
          Dec 09, 1999Jan 18, 1999
          Rights ratio: 5 share for every 2 held at a price of Rs 15.0
          Jan 09, 1999Jan 18, 1999
          Rights ratio: 5 share for every 2 held at a price of Rs 15.0
          Jan 18, 2006-
          Rights ratio: 1 share for every 5 held at a price of Rs 50.0
          May 15, 1996-
          Rights ratio: 1 share for every 10 held at a price of Rs 30.0
          Jan 19, 1994-
          Rights ratio: 2 share for every 1 held at a price of Rs 20.0
        • Announced onMeeting on
          May 24, 2010Jun 21, 2010
          (Cancelled)
          Jan 10, 2010Mar 11, 2010
          For raising of Capital upto Rs. 250 Crs as proposed by the requisitionist pursuant to section 169 of the Companies Act, 1956 & Appointment of Director of the Bank, all the resolutions have been withdrawn by the Shareholders.
          Jul 08, 2009Aug 29, 2009
          2% Dividend
          Jun 06, 2008Aug 02, 2008
          5% Dividend
          Aug 16, 2010-
          Amalgamation

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        • This is a ratio arrived at by dividing the current market price of a stock by its latest (annual or annualized) earnings per share. Here we have taken the TTM (trailing twelve months) adjusted earnings per share.

        • Earnings per share (TTM) tells the profit after tax earned on a per share basis by a stock over the last twelve months or four quarters.

        • MCap or Market capitalization of a stock is calculated by multiplying the total number of shares outstanding of that particular stock with its current market price.

        • This is the ranking of a company within its sector based on MCap or Market capitalization. Higher the market capitalization of a company, higher the rank it is assigned.

        • Price to Book represents the ratio of current market price of a stock to its book value per share. The book value itself is arrived at by dividing the net worth of a company by the total number of shares outstanding of the company at that time.

        • Dividend Yield calculates the amount of full year dividend declared by a company as a percentage of the current market price of a stock. All other things being equal, higher the dividend yield of the stock, the better it is for investors.

        • Face value of a stock is the value ascribed to the stock as per the balance sheet of the company. The dividend declared by a company is usually declared as a percentage of face value.

        • Beta (β) is a measure of systematic risk. It describes the responsiveness of a stock to fluctuations in the market. Beta coefficient of more than 1 denotes that a security is more volatile than its benchmark and less than 0 signifies that security return is not correlated to market movement.

        • Volume Weighted Average Price represents the average price of a security over a particular time period (example one trading day) weighted by the volume traded at each price point.

        • This represents the 52 week high and low price of the security. It is also the 1 year high and low of the security. This represents the highest and lowest price touched by the security during the past 52 weeks or 1 year including today.

        • Book value represents the value arrived at by subtracting the total liabilities from the total assets of the company. On dividing this value with the total number of shares outstanding for the company, we can arrive at book value per share. Book value is also known as Net Asset Value of a company.

        • This is a ratio of market capitalisation of a company’s stock to its annual sales. The market capitalization here is taken for the fully paid-up equity share of the company.

        Technicals

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        • Pivot points are indicative support and resistance levels which are calculated on basis of previous day’s high, low and closing prices. Pivot level for Monday’s trade would be based on Friday’s prices and Monday’s, high, low and close price would go into calculation of pivot levels for Tuesday’s trading session.

          There are two underlying assumptions in pivot points. First, the specific price level indicated by R1, R2 and R3 may act as a barrier or resistance in an uptrend. So, if a stock moves up above these pivots levels, the uptrend gets confirmed. Second these specific price levels may see an increased activity, hence may be used as levels to book profit by traders with a long positions. For traders with short position, these points are often helpful in determining what should be the stop loss for a trade.

          Similarly, in case of support levels as indicated by S1, S2 and S3, they may act as price level where a stock might get a breather when it is slipping southward. In case these supports levels are broken it is a confirmation of a down trend. The stock may also see increased activity close to pivot levels. They may be used by trader may use them to put stop loss for a long trade. If a trader has short position, the pivot level may help in determine a level, where profit may be booked.

          Like any other technical indicator, pivots levels cannot and should not be used as single factor while taking a trading decision. They should be combined with other technical indicators. It could be short term moving averages, stochastic, moving average convergence divergence (MACD) or overbought level as indicated by relative strength index (RSI). For example, if a breakdown of support level (S1, S2 or S3) is accompanied with stock price also moving below its short term moving average or stochastic on daily charts giving a sell signal, it would add to weightage to the decision of taking a short trade.