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 Large Cap Companies

The market capitalization (cap) of a company is arrived at by multiplying its share price by its total number of shares. Generally, companies forming the top 80% of the total market capitalization in any market are considered to be large cap.
At present, in India, these are classified as companies with a market cap of more than INR 20,000 crores. Large cap companies in India are mostly well-established, not all of them are investment worthy. Most large caps, however, are more stable and mature in comparison to small cap investments. Investing in large cap stocks in India with a proven financial track record will lessen chances of you owning companies that can go out of business or experiencing sudden volatility. Due to their size, large cap companies don’t offer the same growth opportunities as compared to small or mid cap companies. They, however, make up for it with their steady dividend stream. They may also lag the broader market in a bull run. However, good large cap companies can prove to be good investments in bear markets.
Moneyworks4me has provided you with a large cap stocks list below that shows the large cap companies in India including large cap stocks list in NSE. The large cap stocks in India are sorted according to colour codes and you can filter them out to know if you should buy or stay away. You also have the option to filter them out based on price ranges and market caps.
Below, you can find the list of large cap companies in India with available filters such as price range, market cap, ROE, P/E, P/BV etc.

In the table below you will find important data on Large Cap Companies Share prices, 52-week High and Low, PE ratio etc. Look for Green and Orange companies for investing. Bookmark this page for your easy reference in future.

Large Cap Companies as on Nov-2020


Company Name (M.Cap)


Is it a
Right Stock?


CMP


Price
Change


Market
Cap (Cr)


52W
High


52W
Low


ROE


P/E


P/BV


EV/
EBITDA
Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
80.80 6.25% 95,673 134.5 51.80 9.11 21.61 0.49 3.76
Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd.(L) 3
Not Good
752.6 4.99% 21,207 1,535 16.10 -1.91 2.75 6.02 -
Bank Of Baroda(L) 2
Somewhat
Good
49.00 4.59% 21,647 108.2 36.05 0.93 0.00 0.30 -
Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
1,066 3.52% 26,049 1,332 428.7 14.67 12.32 1.27 -
Astral Poly Technik Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
1,452 3.13% 21,210 1,594 747.6 17.80 94.14 13.18 47.88
Punjab National Bank(L) 3
Not Good
31.35 3.13% 28,608 67.75 26.30 0.72 0.00 0.34 -
Bandhan Bank Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
368.0 2.54% 57,796 596.8 152.3 0.00 0.00 0.00 -
GAIL (India) Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
102.2 2.10% 45,169 133.3 65.70 14.13 7.84 0.99 6.11
Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
808.5 2.09% 26,482 1,424 448.0 22.94 10.81 1.89 6.31
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd.(L) 2
Somewhat
Good
398.8 1.64% 79,716 405.0 203.4 19.74 20.80 2.87 14.34
HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
2,513 1.58% 52,671 3,700 1,964 0.00 0.00 0.00 -
General Insurance Corporation of India Ltd.(L) 2
Somewhat
Good
139.2 1.53% 24,044 279.6 81.70 10.15 0.00 1.01 -
SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
848.6 1.21% 83,854 1,020 520.0 0.00 52.05 8.68 -
Gujarat Gas Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
337.9 1.14% 23,003 339.6 189.2 43.64 23.57 6.16 14.74
TVS Motor Company Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
475.1 0.86% 22,377 499.4 240.1 17.61 88.75 5.98 17.82
Alkem Laboratories Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
2,795 0.75% 33,174 3,090 1,950 21.28 21.53 4.63 22.60
ICICI Lombard General Insurance Co Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
1,381 0.69% 62,337 1,440 805.6 0.00 0.00 0.00 -
Power Finance Corporation Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
105.5 0.62% 27,668 133.3 74.20 12.79 4.01 0.56 -
Coal India Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
124.0 0.61% 75,956 214.5 109.5 57.06 5.59 2.05 2.45
Procter & Gamble Hygiene & Health Care Ltd.(L) 1
Very Good
10,660 0.56% 34,410 12,450 8,500 42.81 62.55 24.77 54.53
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  • Stability – Large cap stocks are considered to be relatively safe stocks. These companies have well analysed track records thus are less volatile than mid or small cap stocks.
  • Dividend Payouts – Since these companies are already mature and require less money for future growth, money is usually returned back to shareholders through dividends. Added to the stock price appreciation, these lead to considerable returns for an investor.
  • Research and Valuation - Since large cap companies have a long history of operation, it’s easy for investors to gather information on them.
Puchho Befikar
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