IOC rises on planning to raise additional $3 billion via bonds issue

Date: 17-01-2019

Indian Oil Corporation is currently trading at Rs. 135.80, up by 0.55 points or 0.41% from its previous closing of Rs. 135.25 on the BSE.

The scrip opened at Rs. 135.90 and has touched a high and low of Rs. 136.35 and Rs. 135.30 respectively. So far 21201 shares were traded on the counter.

The BSE group 'A' stock of face value Rs. 10 has touched a 52 week high of Rs. 213.80 on 31-Jan-2018 and a 52 week low of Rs. 105.65 on 05-Oct-2018.

Last one week high and low of the scrip stood at Rs. 136.35 and Rs. 130.10 respectively. The current market cap of the company is Rs. 131352.23 crore.

The promoters holding in the company stood at 54.06%, while Institutions and Non-Institutions held 19.07% and 26.76% respectively.

Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) is looking to raise additional funds worth $3 billion through US dollar bonds issue after the Reserve Bank permitted fuel retailers to raise an overseas loan to check fall in rupee value.

The company is already in process to raise $900 million through a bonds issue and is raising an equivalent sum through a syndicated loan to meet its capital requirements.

IOC is the largest enterprise in the country and the foremost ranked Fortune Global 500 Company in India and has presence in the complete hydrocarbon value chain from downstream refining & marketing, pipeline transportation, Petrochemicals, E&P and Gas Marketing.

Latest Financials

Latest Financials

 - Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

  Standalone Consolidated
TTM EPS (Rs) 17.01 23.57
TTM Sales (Rs. Cr.) 5,98,184 4,21,499
BVPS (Rs.)
The total value that a company will fetch upon liquidation (if it is closed down), after settling all obligations is called its Book Value. Book value of a company includes only tangible assets. Book value allocated to each outstanding share is called Book Value per share
125.57 130.07
Reserves (Rs. Cr.)
The term reserve represents a part of shareholders' equity, except for basic share capital. Reserves are created from retained earnings and shareholders' contributions in the form of share premium etc.
1,08,802 1,13,033
P/BV
Price to Book Value is the ratio of stock's market value to its book value. It gives some idea of whether investors are paying too much for what would be left if the company went bankrupt immediately. To get high returns, it is advisable to invest in a company which satisfies all the criteria set by MoneyWorks4me and which has low price to book value ratio.
1.00 0.97
PE
It is the ratio of market price and earnings per share. It shows what the market is willing to pay for the company's earnings. To get high returns it is advisable to invest in the company which satisfies all the criteria set by MoneyWorks4me and which has low price to earnings ratio as compared to the industry.
7.39 5.33
From the Market
52 Week High / Low (Rs) 206.25/105.65
All Time High / Low (Rs) 231.30/8.50
Volume Traded 4,20,385
Market Cap (Rs. Cr.) 1,18,336
Equity (Rs. Cr.) 9,414.16
Face Value (Rs) 10
Industry PE
Industry price to earnings per share tells on an average, what the market is willing to pay for overall earnings in that industry. It can be used as a benchmark price to earnings ratio for the companies in that industry.
17.3
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