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Pithampur Poly Products Ltd.
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Pithampur Poly Products Ltd.

  • 11.850.00 (0.00%)
BSE
  • Closed
  • As On: 26 Feb, 2021, 09:09 AM IST
OPEN TRADING A/C
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Insights

  • Employee & Interest Expense

    Company has spent less than 1% of its operating revenues towards interest expenses and 88.41% towards employee cost in the year ending Mar 31, 2020. (Source: Standalone Financials)

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Key Metrics

  • PE Ratio(x)-
  • EPS - TTM(₹)-7.45
  • MCap(₹ Cr.)5.78
  • MCap Rank218
  • PB Ratio(x)-0.77
  • Div Yield(%)0.00
  • Face Value(₹)10.00
  • 52W High(₹)-
  • 52W Low(₹)-
  • MCap/Sales6.12
  • Beta(1 Month)-
  • BV/Share(₹)-15.36

Returns

  • 1 Day0.0%
  • 1 MonthN.A.
  • 3 MonthsN.A.
  • 1 YearN.A.
  • 3 YearsN.A.
  • 5 YearsN.A.

Pithampur Poly Recommendations

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Financials

  • Dec 2020Sep 2020Jun 2020Mar 2020Dec 2019
    Total Income0.000.040.281.090.03
    Total Income Growth (%)-96.61-86.36-74.023,260.31-91.84
    Total Expenses0.190.130.180.332.22
    Total Expenses Growth (%)46.64-29.09-44.82-85.21264.23
    EBIT-0.19-0.090.100.76-2.19
    EBIT Growth (%)--187.45-86.57--
    Profit after Tax (PAT)-0.14-0.070.081.12-2.19
    PAT Growth (%)--188.13-93.25--
    EBIT Margin (%)0.00-231.8336.1669.950.00
    Net Profit Margin (%)0.00-172.8426.75102.890.00
    Basic EPS (₹)-0.28-0.140.162.31-4.49
    FY 2020FY 2019FY 2018FY 2017FY 2016
    Total Revenue1.027.937.458.407.36
    Total Revenue Growth (%)-87.196.45-11.3914.2126.15
    Total Expenses2.7911.059.179.057.71
    Total Expenses Growth (%)-74.7420.451.3217.3617.47
    Profit after Tax (PAT)-1.31-2.58-1.43-0.46-0.19
    PAT Growth (%)-----
    Operating Profit Margin (%)-177.12-39.22-23.15-7.38-4.81
    Net Profit Margin (%)-131.04-32.59-19.25-5.43-2.59
    Basic EPS (₹)-2.69-5.29-2.93-0.93-0.39

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    All figures in Rs Cr, unless mentioned otherwise

    Insights
    • Employee & Interest Expense

      Company has spent less than 1% of its operating revenues towards interest expenses and 88.41% towards employee cost in the year ending Mar 31, 2020. (Source: Standalone Financials)
  • AnnualFY 2020FY 2019FY 2018FY 2017FY 2016
    Total Assets7.079.5111.7512.6712.74
    Total Assets Growth (%)-25.66-19.06-7.26-0.55-2.45
    Total Liabilities14.5515.6815.3414.8314.34
    Total Liabilities Growth (%)-7.212.223.443.42-0.90
    Total Equity-7.49-6.18-3.60-2.17-1.60
    Total Equity Growth (%)-----
    Current Ratio (x)0.280.240.620.681.11
    Total Debt to Equity (x)-1.47-2.12-3.64-6.05-8.19
    Contingent Liabilities2.9511.089.831.451.45

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    All figures in Rs Cr, unless mentioned otherwise

  • AnnualFY 2020FY 2019FY 2018FY 2017FY 2016
    Net Cash flow from Operating Activities-3.012.890.020.120.06
    Net Cash used in Investing Activities2.97-2.910.03-0.190.02
    Net Cash flow from Financing Activities0.00-0.010.00-0.00
    Net Cash Flow-0.04-0.020.04-0.080.08
    Closing Cash & Cash Equivalent0.010.050.080.030.11
    Closing Cash & Cash Equivalent Growth (%)-85.24-32.43138.20-70.40270.62
    Total Debt/ CFO (x)-3.674.53582.23110.87219.57

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    All figures in Rs Cr, unless mentioned otherwise

  • AnnualFY 2020FY 2019FY 2018FY 2017FY 2016
    Return on Equity (%)0.000.000.000.000.00
    Return on Capital Employed (%)25.0153.7553.7735.00-8.81
    Return on Assets (%)-18.55-27.13-12.16-3.59-1.49
    Interest Coverage Ratio (x)-711.61-233.40-384.89-22.200.00
    Asset Turnover Ratio (x)14.1583.2563.1766.1357.49
    Price to Earnings (x)-4.67-2.50-4.63-16.61-37.88
    Price to Book (x)-0.82-1.04-1.84-3.48-4.48
    EV/EBITDA (x)-10.54-6.59-18.29679.7268.55
    EBITDA Margin (%)-162.61-37.38-14.460.364.00

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Technicals

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Peers

  • NAMEP/E (x)P/B (x)ROE %ROCE %ROA %Rev CAGR [3Yr]OPMNPMBasic EPSCurrent RatioTotal Debt/ Equity (x)Total Debt/ CFO (x)
    Pithampur Poly5.81-0.770.0025.01-18.55-50.21-177.12-131.04-2.690.28-1.47-3.67
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      Shareholding Patterns

      • CategoryNo. of SharesPercentage% Change QoQ
        Promoters24,93,50051.16 %0.00
        Pledge00.00 %0.00
        Others23,80,50048.84 %0.00
      • Category31 Dec 202030 Sep 202030 Jun 202031 Mar 2020
        Promoters51.1651.1651.1651.16
        Pledge0.000.000.000.00
        FII0.000.000.000.00
        DII0.000.000.000.00
        Mutual Funds0.000.000.000.00
        Others48.8448.8448.8448.84

      Mutual Funds Ownership

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      Corporate Actions

      • Board Meeting

        Quarterly Results

        Nov 05, 2020

        Board Meeting

        A.G.M.

        Aug 27, 2020

        General Meeting

        (Cancelled)

        Aug 17, 2020

      • Announced onMeeting on
        Nov 05, 2020Nov 11, 2020
        Quarterly Results
        Aug 27, 2020Aug 29, 2020
        A.G.M.
        Feb 10, 2020Feb 14, 2020
        Quarterly Results
        Nov 06, 2019Nov 14, 2019
        Quarterly Results
        Aug 13, 2019Aug 14, 2019
        Quarterly Results
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      • Announced onMeeting on
        Aug 17, 2020Sep 15, 2020
        (Cancelled)
        Sep 09, 2019Sep 30, 2019
        Book closure from Sep 25, 2019 to Sep 30, 2019
        Sep 04, 2018Sep 29, 2018
        Book closure from Sep 24, 2018 to Sep 29, 2018
        Sep 05, 2017Sep 29, 2017
        -
        Sep 19, 2016Sep 30, 2016
        Book closure from Sep 26, 2016 to Sep 30, 2016

      About

      Pithampur Poly Products Ltd., incorporated in the year 1994, is a Small Cap company (having a market cap of Rs 5.78 Crore) operating in Miscellaneous sector.

      Pithampur Poly Products Ltd. key Products/Revenue Segments include Job Work for the year ending 31-Mar-2017.

      For the quarter ended 31-12-2020, the company has reported a Standalone Total Income of Rs .00 Crore, down 96.64 % from last quarter Total Income of Rs .04 Crore and down 96.00 % from last year same quarter Total Income of Rs .03 Crore. Company has reported net profit after tax of Rs -.14 Crore in latest quarter.

      The company’s top management includes Mrs.Meera Tekriwal, Mr.Anil Waman Jog, Mr.Praphulla Kumar Singh, Mr.Balvan Pawar, Mr.R K Tekriwal, Mr.Vishwanath Kanungo. Company has Arif Jain & Associates as its auditors. As on 31-12-2020, the company has a total of .49 Crore shares outstanding.

      About Pithampur Poly

      Pithampur Poly Products Ltd., incorporated in the year 1994, is a Small Cap company (having a market cap of Rs 5.78 Crore) operating in Miscellaneous sector. Show More

      Key Indices Listed On

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      Address

      Plot no. 115, Sector-III,Industrial Area,PithampurDhar District, Madhya Pradesh - 0

      Executive Leadership

      AW

      Anil Waman Jog

      Director
      AS

      Anjali Shreedhar

      Co. Secretary & Compl. Officer
      BP

      Balvan Pawar

      Director
      DK

      Deepak Khar

      Chief Financial Officer
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      Auditors

      Arif Jain & Associates

      Pithampur Poly Share Price Update

      Pithampur Poly Products Ltd. share price remain unchanged 0.00% from its previous close of Rs 11.85. Pithampur Poly Products Ltd. stock last traded price is 11.85

      Share PriceValue
      Today/Current/Last11.85
      Previous Day11.85

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