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TRAINING REPORT OF

STOCK PREFORMANCE ANALYSIS


OF
LARSEN AND TOUBRO LIMITED
Submitted to:
Satyug Darshan Institute of Engineering and
Technology
By:
KAMAL MUNJAL
Roll no (5019444)
Batch 2016 2019
In Partial Fulfillment of
Bachelor Of Business Administration (IIFSB)
MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY
ROHTAK (HARYANA)
(November, 2017)

SATYUG DARSHAN INSTITUTE OF


ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
DECLARATION

I, KAMAL MUNJAL hereby declare that this summer training report is the record
of authentic work carried out by me during the period from 2016 to 2017 and has
not been submitted to any other University or Institute for the award of any
degree / diploma etc.

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KAMAL MUNJAL

Date:
BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that MR. KAMAL MUNJAL of Satyug Darshan Institute of


Engineering and Technology has successfully completed the project work title
Stock Performance Analysis of Larsen and Toubro in partial fulfillment of
requirement for the completion of Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA
IIFSB) course as prescribed by the Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak,
(HARYANA).

This project report is the record of authentic work carried out by him/her during
the period from 2016 to 2017. He has worked under my guidance.

(Signature)

Mrs. Sneha Sharma

Assistant Professor, BBA Department

Project Guide (Internal)

Date:

Counter signed by

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Mr. Ravi Bakshi

Department Coordinator (BBA Department)

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to express my gratitude and appreciation to all those who gave me the
Possibility to complete this report. A special thanks to AMIT VIRMANI (Sr. Business
Analyst at Computer Science Corporation) whose help, stimulating suggestions and
encouragement, helped me to coordinate my project especially in writing this report.

I would also like to acknowledge with much appreciation the crucial role of the staff of
SATYUG DARSHAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINERING AND TECHNOLOGY.
who helped me in collecting all required information to complete the project report.
PREFACE

Many students may have work on this project in different way/styles. I have also tried to work on
this project in a different way.
It was for the first time I got the opportunity to work in such a prestigious and well known
organizations . And things which I have experienced in my training time are going to help me
throughout my life time. I have worked on this project with great enthusiasm and zeal. I have
tried to cover almost all the things which I have experienced and learned from the companys
management.

KAMAL MUNJAL
TABLE OF CONTENT

SNO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO.

1 Introduction to the study

2 Company profile

3 Literature review

4 Research methodology
Objective of the study
Scope of the study
Research design
Data collectiom
Limitation of the study

5 Data analysis n interpretation

6 Recommendations n coclusion

7 Bibliography

8 ANNEXURE
CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY


Stock Market
The stock market refers to the collection of markets and exchanges where the
issuing and trading of equities (stocks of publicly held companies), bonds and other
sorts of securities takes place, either through formal exchanges or over-the-counter
markets. Also known as the equity market, the stock market is one of the most vital
components of a free-market economy, as it provides companies with access
to capital in exchange for giving investors a slice of ownership.

How Does the Stock Market Work?

The stock market can be split into two main sections: the primary market and the
secondary market. The primary market is where new issues are first sold
through initial public offerings (IPOs). Institutional investors typically purchase
most of these shares from investment banks; the worth of the company "going
public" and the amount of shares being issued determine the opening stock price of
the IPO. All subsequent trading goes on in the secondary market, where
participants include both institutional and individual investors. (A company uses
money raised from its IPO to grow, but once its stock starts trading, it does not
receive funds from the buying and selling of its shares).

Stocks of larger companies are usually traded through exchanges, entities that bring
together buyers and sellers in an organized manner where stocks are listed and
traded (although today, most stock market trades are executed electronically, and
even the stocks themselves are almost always held in electronic form, not as
physical certificates). Such exchanges exist in major cities all over the world,
including London and Tokyo.

A stock market, equity market or share market is the aggregation of buyers and
sellers (a loose network of economic transactions, not a physical facility or discrete
entity) of stocks (also called shares), which represent ownership claims on
businesses; these may include securities listed on a public stock exchange as well
as those only traded privately. Examples of the latter include shares of private
companies which are sold to investors through equity crowd funding platforms.
Size of the market

Stocks can be categorised in various ways. One way is by the country where the
company is domiciled. For example, Nestl and Novartis are domiciled in
Switzerland, so they may be considered as part of the Swiss stock market, although
their stock may also be traded on exchanges in other countries, for example,
as American depository receipts (ADRs) on U.S. stock markets.

At the close of 2012, the size of the world stock market (total market capitalisation)
was about US$55 trillion By country, the largest market was the United States
(about 34%), followed by Japan (about 6%) and the United Kingdom (about
6%). These numbers increased in 2013.

As of 2015, there are a total of 60 stock exchanges in the world with a total market
capitalization of $69 trillion. Of these, there are 16 exchanges with a market
capitalization of $1 trillion or more, and they account for 87% of global market
capitalization. Apart from the Australian Securities Exchange, these 16 exchanges
are based in one of three continents: North America, Europe and Asia.

A stock exchange is a place where, or an organization through which, individuals


and organizations can trade stocks. Many large companies have their stock listed on
a stock exchange. This makes the stock more liquid and thus more attractive to
many investors. It may also act as a guarantor of settlement. Other stocks may be
traded "over the counter" (OTC), that is, through a dealer. Some large companies
will have their stock listed on more than one exchange in different countries, so as
to attract international investors.

Stock exchanges may also cover other types of securities, such as fixed interest
securities (bonds) or (less frequently) derivatives, which are more likely to be
traded OTC.
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is an Indian stock exchange located at Dalal
Street, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai (formerly Bombay), Maharashtra, India.

Established in 1875, the BSE is Asias first stock exchange, It claims to be the
world's fastest stock exchange, with a median trade speed of 6 microseconds, The
BSE is the world's 11th largest stock exchange with an overall market
capitalization of more than $ 2 Trillion as of July, 2017. More than 5500 companies
are publicly listed on the BSE. Of these, as of November 2016, there are only 7,800
listed companies of which only 4000 trade on the stock exchanges
at BSE and NSE. Hence the stocks trading at the BSE and NSE account for only
about 4% of the Indian economy.

History

Bombay Stock Exchange was founded by Prem chand Roy chand. He was one of
the most influential businessmen in 19th-century Bombay. A man who made a
fortune in the stockbroking business and came to be known as the Cotton King, the
Bullion King or just the Big Bull. He was also the founder of the Native Share and
Stock Brokers Association, an institution that is now known as the BSE.

The Bombay Stock Exchange is the oldest stock exchange in Asia. Its history dates
back to 1855, when 22 stockbrokers would gather under banyan trees in front of
Mumbai's Town Hall. The location of these meetings changed many times to
accommodate an increasing number of brokers. The group eventually moved to
Dalal Street in 1874 and became an official organization known as "The Native
Share & Stock Brokers Association" in 1875.

On August 31, 1957, the BSE became the first stock exchange to be recognized by
the Indian Government under the Securities Contracts Regulation Act. In 1980, the
exchange moved to the Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers at Dalal Street, Fort area. In
1986, it developed the S&P BSE SENSEX index, giving the BSE a means to
measure the overall performance of the exchange. In 2000, the BSE used this index
to open its derivatives market, trading S&P BSE SENSEX futures contracts. The
development of S&P BSE SENSEX options along with equity derivatives followed
in 2001 and 2002, expanding the BSE's trading platform.

Historically an open outcry floor trading exchange, the Bombay Stock Exchange
switched to an electronic trading system developed by CMC Ltd. in 1995. It took
the exchange only 50 days to make this transition. This automated, screen-based
trading platform called BSE On-Line Trading (BOLT) had a capacity of 8 million
orders per day. The BSE has also introduced a centralized exchange-based internet
trading system, BSEWEBx.co.in to enable investors anywhere in the world to trade
on the BSE platform. Now BSE has raised capital by issuing shares and as on 3rd
may 2017 the BSE share which is traded in NSE only closed with Rs.999.

The BSE is also a Partner Exchange of the United Nations Sustainable Stock
Exchange initiative, joining in September 2012
National Stock Exchange of India
The National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) is the leading stock
exchange of India, located in Mumbai. The NSE was established in 1992 as the first
demutualized electronic exchange in the country. NSE was the first exchange in the
country to provide a modern, fully automated screen-based electronic trading
system which offered easy trading facility to the investors spread across the length
and breadth of the country. Vikram Limaye is Managing Director & Chief
Executive Officer (MD & CEO) of NSE.

National Stock Exchange has a total market capitalization of more than US$1.41
trillion, making it the worlds 12th-largest stock exchange as of March 2016. NSE's
flagship index, the NIFTY 50, the 50 stock index is used extensively by investors in
India and around the world as a barometer of the Indian capital markets. However,
only about 4% of the Indian economy / GDP is actually derived from the stock
exchanges in India.

NSE was set up by a group of leading Indian financial institutions at the behest of
the government of India to bring transparency to the Indian capital market. Based
on the recommendations laid out by the government committee, NSE has been
established with a diversified shareholding comprising domestic and global
investors. The key domestic investors include Life Insurance Corporation of
India, State Bank of India, IFCI Limited IDFC Limited and Stock Holding
Corporation of India Limited. And the key global investors are Gagil FDI Limited,
GS Strategic Investments Limited, SAIF II SE Investments Mauritius Limited,
Aranda Investments (Mauritius) Pte Limited and PI Opportunities Fund

NSE offers trading, clearing and settlement services in equity, equity derivatives,
debt and currency derivatives segments. It is the first exchange in India to introduce
electronic trading facility thus connecting together the investor base of the entire
country. NSE has 2500 VSATs and 3000 leased lines spread over more than 2000
cities across India.

The exchange was in corporated in 1992 as a tax-paying company and was


recognized as a stock exchange in 1993 under the Securities Contracts (Regulation)
Act, 1956, when P. V. Narasimha Rao was the Prime Minister of India
and Manmohan Singh was the Finance Minister. NSE commenced operations in the
Wholesale Debt Market (WDM) segment in June 1994. The capital market
(equities) segment of the NSE commenced operations in November 1994, while
operations in the derivatives segment commenced in June 2000.

Unlike countries like the United States where nearly 70% of the GDP is derived
from larger companies and the corporate sector, the corporate sector in India
accounts for only 12-14% of the national GDP (as of October 2016). Of these only
7,800 companies are listed of which only 4000 trade on the stock exchanges
at BSE and NSE. Hence the stocks trading at the BSE and NSE account for only
around 4% of the Indian economy, which derives most of its income related
activity from the so-called unorganized sector and households.

Trading schedule

Trading on the equities segment takes place on all days of the week (except
Saturdays and Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance). The
market timings of the equities segment are:

(1) Pre-open session



Order entry & modification Open: 09:00 hrs

Order entry & modification Close: 09:08 hrs*
*
with random closure in last one minute. Pre-open order matching starts
immediately after close of pre-open order entry.

(2) Regular trading session

Normal/Retail Debt/Limited Physical Market Open: 09:15 hrs

Normal/Retail Debt/Limited Physical Market Close: 15:30 hrs.


Technology

NSEs trading systems, is a state of-the-art application. It has an up time record of


99.99% and processes more than 450 million messages every day with sub
millisecond response time.

NSE has taken huge strides in technology in these 20 years. In 1994, when trading
started, NSE technology was handling 2 orders a second. This increased to 60
orders a second in 2001. Today NSE can handle 1, 60,000 orders/messages per
second, with infinite ability to scale up at short notice on demand, NSE has
continuously worked towards ensuring that the settlement cycle comes down.
Settlements have always been handled smoothly. The settlement cycle has been
reduced from T+3 to T+2/T+1.

Financial Literacy

NSE has collaborated with several universities like Gokhale Institute of Politics &
Economics (GIPE), Pune, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University (BVDU), Pune,
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, Ravenshaw University of
Cuttack and Punjabi University, Patiala, among others to offer MBA and BBA
courses. NSE has also provided mock market simulation software called NSE
Learn to trade (NLT) to develop investment, trading and portfolio management
skills among the students. The simulation software is very similar to the software
currently being used by the market professionals and helps students to learn how to
trade in the markets.

NSE also conducts online examination and awards certification, under its
Certification in Financial Markets (NCFM) programmes. At present, certifications
are available in 46 modules, covering different sectors of financial and capital
markets, both at the beginner and advanced levels. The NCCMP or NSE Certified
Capital Market Professional is a 100-hour program for over 34 months, conducted
at the colleges, and covers theoretical and practical training in subjects related to
the capital markets.
CHAPTER - 2

COMPANY PROFILE
The Conglomerate industry consists of large organizations engaged in multiple business lines
within the industrial sector, where at least two business lines comprise a substantial portion of
the company's total operation. Companies in the industry typically conduct business on a global
scale. The Conglomerate industry excludes financial holding companies across multiple sectors,
classified in Financial Services - Diversified and organizations operating numerous business
lines within the industrial sector, where only one business line dominates the entire operation.

Larsen & Toubro is a USD 14 billion technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and
financial services conglomerate, with global operations. One of the largest and most respected
companies in India's private sector, L&T's products and systems are marketed in over 30
countries worldwide. A strong, customer-focused approach and the constant quest for top-class
quality have enabled L&T to attain and sustain leadership in its major lines of business over
seven decades.

L&T Construction is the construction arm of Larsen & Toubro. Ranked 28th among the top 225
global contractors by Engineering News Record in 2013, L&T Construction offers EPC solutions
with single-source responsibility for executing large industrial and infrastructure projects from
concept to commissioning. With a track record of over 70 years, L&T Construction has proven
its capability for executing all types of mega projects on a turnkey basis involving innovative
designs, comprehensive construction services that include procurement, supply, installation,
testing and commissioning.

The company has an ever-spreading global footprint with worksites across 20 countries
worldwide including South Asia, South East Asia, the Middle East, Russia and Africa L&T
Construction was one of the earliest companies to operate in the Gulf and, over the years, has
gained significant market presence in UAE, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain for
executing projects on EPC basis. L&T has always believed that progress can only be achieved in
harmony with the environment and therefore a commitment to community welfare and
environmental protection is integral to its corporate vision.
L&T Construction has over the past seven decades been transforming cityscapes and landscapes
with structures of immense size and grandeur. India's largest construction organization and
ranked among the world's top 30 contractors, the company's capabilities span the entire gamut of
construction - civil, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation engineering and its services
extend to all core sector industries and infrastructure projects.

Several of the country's prized landmarks - edifices, structures, airports, industrial projects,
flyovers, viaducts, pipelines - are a result of the considerable skills of L&T Construction. Today,
more and more structures beyond India's boundaries are standing tall thanks to L&T
Construction.

L&T Construction straddles six related businesses:

Buildings & Factories


Transportation Infrastructure
Heavy Civil Infrastructure
Power Transmission & Distribution
Water, Communication, Smart World
Geo Structure
L&T Construction offers a broad spectrum of Engineering, Design, Research and Consultancy
services, ranging from concept to commissioning for all types of projects at its AR Centre
located at Chennai.

The AR Centre is ISO certified and provides comprehensive engineering services:


Feasibility Studies
Project Reports and Due Diligence Reports
Architectural, Structural and Civil Design
Geo-technical Engineering
Building Services
Mechanical System Engineering
Electrical and Instrumentation System Engineering
Hydraulic Engineering
Engineering Project Management
Inspection and Quality Assurance Support

Over the last seven decades, the AR Centre has designed critical structures for many of India's
most challenging projects and has gained a reputation for innovation and quality through
application of modern construction methods and techniques, which are constantly updated. A
team of dedicated engineers are ceaselessly engaged in developing and acquiring new concepts
and structural systems for unique project developmental works in line with the latest
developments in the field. With the aid of state-of-the-art technology and

customized software developed in house, this team works towards reducing construction time
and adding value to the clients.
1.2 COMPANY PROFILE

Larsen & Toubro is a US$14.3 billion technology, engineering, construction and manufacturing
and financial services conglomerate. It addresses critical needs in key sectors including
infrastructure, construction, hydrocarbon, power, defense and aerospace. Its footprint extends
across seven countries in addition to India.

A strong, customer-focused approach, conformance to global HSE standards and the constant
quest for top-class quality have enabled the Company to sustain leadership in its major lines of
business for over 75 years.

L&T was rated 58th Most Innovative Company by Forbes International , and 4 th in the global list
of green companies in the industrial sector by Newsweek. It was voted among the most
admired companies in the country by Fortune India, and rated 8 th Most Powerful Brand in India
by Brand Finance. It won The Economic Times Corporate Citizen of the Year Award - 2013,
instituted by one of the worlds most widely sold business newspapers - The Economic Times. A
survey by a leading HR consultancy affirmed its reputation as a people-focused company,
leading to the award for the Most Attractive Employer in the industrial sector.

1.2.1 HISTORY

The evolution of L&T into a major engineering and construction organization is among the more
remarkable success stories in Indian industry. It was founded in Mumbai (then Bombay) in 1938
by two Danish engineers, Henning Holck-Larsen and Soren Kristian Toubro. Beginning with the
import of machinery from Europe, L&T took on engineering and construction assignments of
increasing sophistication. Today, the company sets engineering benchmarks in terms of scale and
complexity
.1.2.2 CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY

L&T was the first company in India in the engineering & construction space to publicly disclose
its sustainability performance. The Companys annual

Sustainability Reports highlight achievements and objectives across the traditional three Ps of
Planet, People and Profits. All our Reports are rated A+ by Global

Reporting Initiatives, indicating the highest level of disclosure. The recognition that the
Company has secured from forums around the world affirm public perception of L&T as an
organization that contributes significantly to the wellbeing of people.

1.2.3 L&T HYDROCARBON ENGINEERING

L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering delivers 'design to build' engineering and construction solutions
on a turnkey basis in the oil & gas, petroleum refining, chemicals & petrochemicals and fertilizer
sectors. In-house expertise, experience, and strategic partnerships enable it to deliver a single
point solution for all projects

from front-end design through engineering, fabrication, project management, construction and
installation and commissioning. Modular fabrication facilities at Hazira (India, west coast),
Kattupalli (India, east coast) and Zohar (Oman) give L&T all-weather delivery capability.

The Companys operations are characterized by an overriding emphasis on safety, on time


delivery, cost competitiveness, high quality standards with focus on best in class IT security
practices. Integrated strengths coupled with an experienced and highly skilled work force, are
key enablers in delivering critical and complex projects.
1.2.4 TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE

L&T is engaged in the turnkey construction of major infrastructure projects - expressways,


bridges, runways and railway projects. The Company has been a leading player in rail
infrastructure development for more than three decades, and has brought in new technologies and
mechanized construction. L&T is the only private organization in India qualified to undertake
integrated rail construction projects of the Indian Railways.

1.2.5 HEAVY CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE

The Company undertakes heavy civil construction - underground metro rail corridors docks,
container terminals, wharves and berths, jetties, breakwater and shore protection, and caissons. It
has the expertise to design special launching and erection techniques, including special systems
formwork for concrete deck on top of steel and concrete structures.

Comprehensive engineering, procurement and construction services are offered for hydropower
projects. L&T has also played a critical role in the development of technology for Indias nuclear
power sector.

1.2.6 BUILDING & FACTORIES

L&T occupies leadership position in the construction of major airports, IT parks, turnkey
hospitals and residential buildings. Building & Factories Business undertakes projects on a
concept to commissioning basis. Its technological capabilities encompass tall towers and eco-
friendly green buildings. Its track record includes landmark structures such as the Bahai
temple in New Delhi.
1.2.7 POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION

The focus is on sub-stations, industrial electrification, transmission line projects and railway
construction on the domestic front, and power transmission and distribution projects. L&T has an
extensive track record in the Middle East, and is recognized as a major player in the region.

1.2.8 WATER PROJECTS & SOLAR ENERGY

L&Ts Water & Solar business caters to the entire value chain of water and solar

EPC. The water and effluent treatment business covers water intake, transmission, treatment and
distribution including industrial waste water treatment & disposal and ordinary waste water
treatment & reuse segments. The water technology business uses advanced water treatment
technologies for complex treatment projects largely in the Middle East. L&Ts Solar EPC
business comprises solar photovoltaic (PV), concentrated solar power (CSP).

1.2.9 METALLURGICAL & MATERIAL HANDLING

This Company undertakes turnkey construction contracts for projects in minerals & metals
sector, and bulk material handling projects. It is a leader in all its areas of operations. It has a
structural steel fabrication unit at Kanchipuram to meet the customized needs of its wide client
base.

1.2.10 POWER
L&T offers turnkey solutions for the power sector with a wide capability spectrum covering
supercritical coal and gas based projects. The supercritical technology that L&T propagates is
greener than conventional techniques and represents a major advantage for industry. L&Ts
integrated capabilities and in-house expertise encompass virtually every aspect of design,
engineering, manufacture, construction and project management. The Companys integrated
manufacturing facility at
Hazira near Surat is among the most advanced in the world for manufacturing state-of-the-art
equipment for power plants - boilers, steam turbines, pulverizes, pressure piping, coaxial fans,
air-pre-heaters and electrostatic precipitators. The complex also includes a modern casting and
foundry shop.

1.2.11 HEAVY ENGINEERING

L&T is acknowledged as one of the top five manufacturing companies in the world in the heavy
engineering space. Operating at the higher end of the technological spectrum, L&Ts offerings
straddle the segments of process plants and the strategic sectors of defense, nuclear and
aerospace. New processes, products and materials have been introduced in manufacturing. The
Company also has the logistics capabilities of fabricating and supplying over-dimensional
equipment to tight delivery schedules. Globally-benchmarked workshops are located at Poway in
Mumbai, Hazira and Baroda in Gujarat, Talegaon in Maharashtra, and Zohar in Oman.

1.2.12 SHIP BUILDING

Two modern shipyards - one on the west coast of India at Hazira, and the other on the east coast
at Kattupalli near Chennai establish L&T as a major shipbuilder. A state-of the-art Marine Design
Centre is located at Chennai. L&T Shipbuilding focuses on four major business segments:
Building warships, submarines and auxiliary vessels; Building specialized commercial ships;
Repairs and re-fits of submarines as well as naval and commercial ships; Ship conversions. The
Hazira Shipyard has the capability to build sophisticated mid-sized ships up to 20,000 t
deadweight capacity, of 10 meters in length. The mega shipyard at Kattupalli also includes a
container port and an offshore modular fabrication yard. It has a waterfront of 2.2 km, depth of
10m at berths and channel depths of 16 m.
1.2.13 ELECTRICAL & AUTOMATION

L&T is a major international manufacturer of a wide range of electrical and electronic products
and systems. In the electrical segment, the Company holds leadership position in low tension
switchgear in India, and is rapidly establishing itself in international markets.

The product range also includes custom-engineered LV and MV switchboards for industrial
sectors like power, refineries, petrochemical, cement. In the electronic segment are a wide range
of meters and complete control and automation systems for industries.

1.2.14 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Larsen & Toubro InfoTech, a 100% subsidiary of L&T, offers comprehensive, end-to-end
software solutions and services with a focus on Manufacturing, BFSI and Communications &
Embedded Systems. It provides a cost cutting partnership in the realm of offshore outsourcing,
application integration and package implementation. Leveraging the heritage and domain
expertise of the parent company, its services encompass a broad technology spectrum, catering to
leading international companies across the globe.

1.2.15 TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

L&T Technology Services provides leading-edge engineering solutions to multiple industry


sectors like automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics, consumer packaged goods, marine,
medical devices, off-highway equipment, railways, pharmaceuticals, oil & gas, utilities,
infrastructure and industrial products. With its global headquarters at Vadodara, the Company
operates through dedicated engineering centers in tandem with onsite teams worldwide. Its client
base includes several Fortune 500 companies.
1.2.16 MACHINERY & INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS

The Company manufactures, markets and provides service support for industrial products,
industrial machinery as well as construction and mining machinery. This includes a wide range
of industrial valves for critical applications, rubber processing machinery, surface miners,
hydraulic excavators, aggregate crushers and application engineered welding alloys and cutting
tools.

1.2.17 INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

L&T Infrastructure Development Projects Limited, a subsidiary, leverages domain expertise in


construction and financial services, and is a major player in Public-Private Projects in India.
L&T IDPL develops projects in various models - Build Own Transfer, Build Own Operate
Transfer, Build Own Operate Share Transfer, and other variants including the annuity model.
Major projects being executed by the Company include Hyderabad Metro Rail - the largest
public-private rail project in the world, and ports at Dhamra and Kattupalli. Multiple highway
projects around the country have established L&T IDPL as the leader in the space.

1.2.18 FINANCIAL SERVICES

L&T Financial Services - a publicly listed subsidiary - is a key player in Indias financial
services sector. Its subsidiaries include L&T Finance Limited, L&T Infrastructure Finance
Company Limited and L&T Asset Management Company Limited. The Company also provides
Insurance related services through L&T General Insurance Company Limited.

1.3 VISION OF THE COMPANY

L&T shall be a professionally managed Indian multinational, committed to total customer


satisfaction and enhancing shareholder value. L&T- ites shall be an innovative, entrepreneurial
and empowered team constantly creating value and attaining global benchmarks. L&T shall
foster a culture of caring trust and continuous learning while meeting expectations of employees,
stakeholders and society.
1.4 AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

2017:
Best capital projects & infrastructure risk management award from CNBC TV18
FICCI ouality systems excellence Award
2016:
L&T technology services is IACC company of the year
2015:
L&T Wins Award for Excellence in Power Project Execution.

2014:
F&S India Manufacturing Excellence Award for MFF- Hazira.
L&T Wins Golden Peacock Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance.
L&T Technology Services Wins Frost & Sullivan Excellence Award.
L&T Wins Most Attractive Employer In Infrastructure Industry from Randstad.
L&T Electrical & Automation's AU-Series Wins Best Product Award at ELECRAMA
2014
2013:
L&T Wins D&B Top Infrastructure Company Award.
L&T bags NDTV Profit Business Leadership Award.
L&T Power Wins Golden Peacock National Quality Award.

2012:
L&T Voted Champion of Champions at the ABCI 52nd Annual Awards.
L&T 9th in Global Ranking of Worlds Most Innovative Companies.
L&T Top Engineering Company in Business Today Listing of Best Companies to Work
For.
FICCI Awards for Excellence in Quality Systems.
L&T Ranks Among Top 10 in S&P ESG India Index.
L&T wins NDTV Profit Business Leadership Award.
L&T Heavy Engineering Wins Safety Innovation Award.
L&T - Chiyoda wins ICAI National Award for Excellence in Cost Management 2011.

CHAPTER 3

LITERATURE REVEIW
Noel Capon, John U. Farley, Scott Hoenig, Determinants of Financial Performance: A
Meta-Analysis

A meta-analysis of results from 320 published studies relates environmental, strategic and
organizational factors to financial performance. Some factors (e.g., concentration and growth)
have been studied widely and have a relatively consistent positive impact on performance.
Other widely-studied factors (e.g., size) have few consistent effects. Many factors (particularly
organizational variables) are understudied.

William L. Megginson, Robert C. Nash And Matthias Van Randenborgh.The Financial


and Operating Performance of Newly Privatized Firms: An International Empirical Analysis

This study compares the pre- and post-privatization financial and operating performance of 61
companies from 18 countries and 32 industries that experience full or partial privatization
through public share offerings during the period 1961 to 1990

Amalendu Bhunia, Sri Somnath Mukhuti and Sri Gautam Roy, Financial Performance
analysis A case study

The Pressent study aims to identify the financial strength of the public sector pharmaceutical
enterprises by properly establishing relationships between the items of the balance sheet and
the profit and loss account. The study two public sector drug and pharmaceutical enterprises
listed on BSE. The study has been undertaken for a period of twelve years from 1997-98 to
2010-09 and the necessary data have been obtained from CMIE database.
Brian K. Boyd, Strategic planning and financial performance: A meta-analysis Review

After two decades of research, the effect of strategic planning on a firms performance is still
unclear. While some studies have found significant benefits from planning others have found no
relationship, or even small negative effects. Interpretation of these is confounded by the act that
many of these studies base their findings on a small number of firms.

Juliet DSouza and William L. Megginson, The financial operating performance of privatized
firms during the 1990s

This study compares the pre and the post-privatization financial and operating performance of 85
companies from 28 industrialized countries that are privatized through public share offerings
between 1990 and 1996. We document significant increases in profitability, output, operating
efficiency and dividend payments and there is a significant decrease in leverage ratios for our full
sample of firms after privatization and for most subsamples examined.

According to Rajiv and Mishra, Balance Sheet, P&L a/c and cash flow statement contain a lot
of numbers that can be used to draw some meaningful inferences, these inferences can further be
used as the inputs for planning, decision making. The numbers contained in the financial
statements carry a host of information that can be put to use in making judgments regarding
financial strength and weakness of the firm, efficiency and past policies and remedial measures
or corrective action to be taken. Financial management, Rajiv Srivastava, Anil Mishra, Oxford
university press, Pg No: 25Accounting for Management T.Vijaya Kumar McGraw Hill
Publications Pg No: 23.1
According to Slhler, A comprehensive analysis, presenting data in meaningful terms is a
significant aid to understanding the profitability and financial strength of a company. When
properly prepared, financial evaluations can be used in performance appraisal and to highlight
similarities and differences among unit of the same organization.

According to Van Horne, Wachowicz, Financial analysis involves the use of various financial
statements. The Balance Sheet summarizes the assets, Liabilities and owners equity of a
business at the moment in time, usually the end of the year or the quarter. Financial statement
analysis is the art of transforming data from financial statements into information that is useful
for informed decision making. Financial management: Theory and Practice, Slhler Crawford
Davis, Jaico Publication, Pg No: 47. Fundamentals of financial management, James C. Van
Horne, John M.Wachowicz, PHI publications 13th edition, Pg: 128.

According to Prasanna Chandra, Analysis of Financial Statement s is of internet to lenders,


investors, security analyst, managers, corporate boards, regulators and others. Financial
statement analysis may be done for a variety of purposes, which may be range from simple
analysis of the short term liquidity position of a firm to a comprehensive assessment of the
strength and weakness of the firm in various areas. It is helpful in accessing corporate
excellence, judging creditworthiness, forecasting bond ratings; predict bankruptcy, and accessing
market risk.

Amir (1993) was the first to use the term value relevance in the context of information content
of accounting figures. An accounting figure/ratio value relevant is it has the significantly strong
predicted association with the stock prices and stock market indicators such, price-earnings (P/E)
or price to book (P/B) ratios. Misund et al. in their study on the value of relevance of accounting
figures
in the international oil and gas industry concluded that all accounting figures are value relevant,
be it cash or accrual based.

According to Ohlson(1995) depicted in his work that the value of a firm can be expressed as a
linear function of book value, earnings and other value relevant information. Financial
management theory and practice Prasanna Chandra 7th edition 2010 TATA McGraw Hill Pg No:
69

Amir, E.Harris, T.S & Venuti, E.K (1993) A comparison of the value relevance of U.S.P-632
Ohlson (1995) depicted in his work that the value of the firm can be expressed. Pg No-454

Mingyi Hung (2000) in his paper on accounting standards and the value relevance of financial
statements: An international Analysis concluded that the use of accrual accounting (versus the
cash accounting) negatively affects the value relevance of financial statements in countries with
weak shareholder protection.

According to Liu, Nissim and Thomas (2004), we found that multiples based on reported
earnings outperform multiples based on a variety of reported operating cash flow measures. EPS
forecasts represented substantially better summary measures of value than did operating cash
forecasts in all five countries examined, and this relative superiority was absorbed in most of the
industries. Hardly any studies have been done in the area of investing value relevance of
financial statements based on Indian Accounting Standards. This may be probably because its
just ten years that due to a number of reforms, Indian economy has divulged into a market-
oriented economy. Further, most of the accounting standards have been developed during last six
years by the ICAI. Prior to this, due concerns were not involved in improving the quality and
integrity of financial reporting
Chapter 4

Research Methodology

.
Objectives of the Research:
1. To do a study on technical analysis on selected stock to find out weither should buy the
share or not.
2. To analyze price movements using line charts.
3. To analysis & understand trends and patterns in stock price movements.
4. To compare the share price of the LARSEN & TOUBRO stock with nifty 50.
5. To analyze the movement of LARSEN & TOUBRO stock with its Industry.
6. To help investors in their decision in investing in LARSEN & TOUBRO stock.

Need for the study

The shareholders are the owners of the company they have to pay regular interest and principal
at the end. Stock/shares are playing a major role in acquiring capital to the business in return
investors are paid dividends to the shares they won. The more shares you own the more
dividends you receive. The role of equity analysis is to provide information to the market. An
efficient market relies on information a lack of information creates in efficiencies that results in
stocks being misrepresented. This study fills information gaps so that each individual investor
not needs to analyse every stock thereby making the markets more efficient. The study is need to
the performance of stocks through analysis in order to know the trend of a share, which helps in
deciding whether to invest or not to invest in the security. The research studies provided that
investments in some shares with a longer tenure of investment have yielded far superior returns
than any other investment. However this does not mean all equity investments would guarantee
similar high returns. Equities are high risk investments

Scope of the study:


The study is mainly limited to the Equity Analysis of LARSEN & TOUBRO with the
help of tools and risk and relationship involved in share price of the company tested.
Further has covered one year time period. The study is helping to identify volatility of
company.

There are many stocks operating in the stock markets. But this study is limited to the
stock of LARSEN & TOUBRO.

There are many company in our infrastructure system which are listed in BSE and NSE.
But also this study is confined to the LARSEN & TOUBRO which is also listed.

The scope of the study is confined to the stock market. The study includes data related to
the stock movements of LARSEN & TOUBRO Ltd. in Equity and Derivative market.

I have chosen the topic stock analysis of LARSEN & TOUBRO Ltd. which only helps
the investors in the form of investing money in LARSEN & TOUBRO Ltd. stock.

From the above stated types of research I have applied analytical research type in our research
design.
Research design:

Types of research design

Descriptive Research
Analytical Research
Fundamental Research
Exploratory Research
Conceptual Research

In this report, Analytical Research design was taken. In analytical Research, I had
used information or facts which is already available and analyzed that to make
critical evaluation about the stock price movements of LARSEN & TOUBRO Ltd.
It involves the in depth study and evaluation of available information in an attempt to
explain complex phenomenon. It is primary concerned with testing hypothesis and
specifying and interpreting relationship by analysing the facts or information already
available.

SAMPLE DESIGN
A sample design is made up of two elements. Sampling method sampling method refers to the
rules and procedure by which some elements are included in the sample.
Some common method are :
Random sampling
Stratified sampling
Cluster sampling

Sampling is a means of selecting a subset of units from a target population for the purpose of
collecting information. This information is used to draw inferences about the population as a
whole. The subset of units that are selected is called a sample.

Methods of data collection:


Data Collection

The task of data collection begins after a research problem has been defined and research design
chalked out. Collection of data is the first step in any statistical investigation.

Collection of data is a very important function. The success and failure of investigation mainly
depends upon the quality of data. Adequacy and accuracy of data is essential to arrive at correct
conclusion.

The person who is collecting statistical data has to observe self-restraint, confidence, Patience,
caution and unbiased attitude while collecting data. .

My research is based on the stock prices of LARSEN & TOUBRO listed under NSE i.e. National
Stock Exchange. Stock prices of last 1 year from 1st October, 2016 to 30thSeptember, 2017 have
been taken in this research. The study aims at analyzing the price movements of LAESEN &
TOUBRO The closing prices of share prices were taken and the future price movement was
analyzed using various tools. Data has been collected from trading of equity market in NSE,
various books, journals, magazines and websites.
According to BOWLEY In collection of statistical data commonsense is the chief requisite and
experience the chief justice.

When we talk of collection of data we should be clear as to what does the word data cannot the
word DATUM is Latin word, which means something given. It means a piece of information
which can be either quantitative or qualitative.

There are two types of data by which analysis can be done. These are as follows:

Primary data
Secondary data

I collected Secondary data from various published and unpublished sources such as manuals and
documents, company website, magazines, internet etc..

In this report I used the secondary data because we analyse the stock movements of LARSEN &
TOUBRO whose data is already given in company website, newspapers, internet and various
other websites.

LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

1. The Study is restricted to LARSEN & TOUBRO Ltd.


2. The Study is confined to a period of one years from 1st OCT, 2016 to 30th SEP, 2017
for assessing the performance of LARSEN & TOUBRO Ltd.
3. The survey for the study was undertaken during the period of Oct and Nov of the year
2017.
4. This study focuses on the account holders of LARSEN & TOUBRO Ltd. Only and
who wants to invest in this company.
5. The accuracy is limited as the data collection was strictly confined to secondary
sources.
CHAPTER 5

DATA ANALYSISN INTERPRETATION

CORRELATION BETWEEN STOCK PRICE and NIFTY INDEX


MONTHS x Y x- y- (X-) (Y-) (x-)(y-)
APR 1134.25 9214.57 70.78 107.24 5009.8084 11500.4176 7590.4472
Q1 MAY 1160.94 9436.98 97.47 329.65 9500.4009 108669.1225 32130.9855
JUN 1165.63 9606.95 102.16 499.62 10436.6656 249620.1444 51041.1792
JUL 1163.28 9850.11 99.81 742.78 9962.0361 551722.1284 74136.8718
Q2 1148.16 9901.18 84.69 793.85 7172.3961 630197.8225 67231.1565
AUG
Sep 1179.38 10000.34 115.91 893.01 13435.1281 797466.8601 103508.7891
-
OCT 981.82 8666.74 -81.65 6666.7225 194119.5481 35974.1735
440.59
- -
Q3 NOV 923.75 8250.75 19521.6784 733729.2964 119681.3576
139.72 856.58
- -
DEC 902.93 8114.02 25773.0916 986664.7561 159465.9874
160.54 993.31
-
JAN 994.57 8386 -68.9 4747.21 520316.9689 49699.637
721.33
Q4
FEB 990.1 8813.33 -73.37 -294 5383.1569 86436 21570.78
MAR 1016.91 9047.05 -46.56 -60.28 2167.8336 3633.6784 2806.6368
X Y (X-) (Y-) (X-)(Y-)
12761 109265 119776.12 4874076.74 724838
TABLE NO 1

X= Average of closing price of LARSEN & TOUBRO.

Y= Average of closing price of Nifty 50.

Correlation (r) = (X-)(Y-)

(X-)(Y-)

(r) = 724838 = 0.948657924

119776.12 4874076.74
INTERPRETATION:

Correlation between the LARSEN & TOUBRO & Nifty 50 is 0.9486. Which shows the positive
correlation between them, It means when the prices of Nifty will increases then the prices of
bank will also increases & vice-versa.

CORRELATION TABLE BETWEEN STOCK PRICE N INFRA INDEX


MONTHS x y x- y- (X-) (Y-) (x-)(y-)
APR 1134.25 3201.31 70.78 127.59 5009.8084 16279.2081 9030.8202
Q1 MAY 1160.94 3241.9 1160.94 3241.9 1347781.684 10509915.61 3763651.386
JUN 1165.63 3224.13 1165.63 3224.13 1358693.297 10395014.26 3758142.652
JUL 1163.28 3322.95 1163.28 3322.95 1353220.358 11041996.7 3865521.276
Q2 AUG 1148.16 3332.52 1148.16 3332.52 1318271.386 11105689.55 3826266.163
sep 1179.38 3346.75 1179.38 3346.75 1390937.184 11200735.56 3947090.015
OCT 981.82 2851.53 981.82 2851.53 963970.5124 8131223.341 2799689.185
Q3 NOV 923.75 2745.4 923.75 2745.4 853314.0625 7537221.16 2536063.25
DEC 902.93 2725.66 902.93 2725.66 815282.5849 7429222.436 2461080.184
JAN 994.57 2848.58 994.57 2848.58 989169.4849 8114408.016 2833112.211
Q4 FEB 990.1 3012.09 990.1 3012.09 980298.01 9072686.168 2982270.309
MAR 1016.91 3031.92 1016.91 3031.92 1034105.948 9192538.886 3083189.767
X Y (X-) (Y-) (X-)(Y-)
12761.72 36884.74 12410054.3 103746930.9 35865107.22
TABLE 2

X= Average of closing price of LARSEN & TOUBRO.

Y= Average of closing price of infra index.

Correlation (r) = (X-)(Y-)

(X-) (Y-)

(r) = 35865107.22 = 0.969651241


12410054.3 103746930.9
INTERPRETATION:

Correlation between the LARSEN & TOUBRO and infra index is 0.969651241. Which shows
the highly positive correlation between them, It means when the prices of Nifty will increases
then the prices of bank will also increases vice versa.

QUARTER 1:

HISTORIC PRICES FROM APRIL TO JUNE

Closing Closing Closing Closing Closing Closing


Date price of price of Date price of price of Date price of price of
LT nifty LT nifty LT nifty

29-06-2017 1135.82 9504.1 31-05-2017 1173.86 9621.25 3/5/2017 1146.86 9311.95


28-06-2017 1135.56 9491.25 30-05-2017 1178.43 9624.55 2/5/2017 1154.76 9313.8
27-06-2017 1134.52 9511.4 29-05-2017 1188.33 9604.9 28-04-2017 1166.59 9304.05
23-06-2017 1148.52 9574.95 26-05-2017 1191.79 9595.1 27-04-2017 1177.89 9342.15
22-06-2017 1157.66 9630 25-05-2017 1179.29 9509.75 26-04-2017 1167.59 9351.85
21-06-2017 1169.53 9633.6 24-05-2017 1123.02 9360.55 25-04-2017 1164.12 9306.6
20-06-2017 1167.06 9653.5 23-05-2017 1160.56 9386.15 24-04-2017 1155.19 9217.95
19-06-2017 1170.59 9657.55 22-05-2017 1168.03 9438.25 21-04-2017 1125.06 9119.4
16-06-2017 1151.19 9588.05 19-05-2017 1149.76 9427.9 20-04-2017 1120.86 9136.4
15-06-2017 1156.96 9578.05 18-05-2017 1148.46 9429.45 19-04-2017 1113.76 9103.5
14-06-2017 1176.36 9618.15 17-05-2017 1170.36 9525.75 18-04-2017 1113.06 9105.15
13-06-2017 1159.39 9606.9 16-05-2017 1160.52 9512.25 17-04-2017 1120.96 9139.3
12/6/2017 1157.79 9616.4 15-05-2017 1161.66 9445.4 13-04-2017 1119.09 9150.8
9/6/2017 1185.53 9668.25 12/5/2017 1160.46 9400.9 12/4/2017 1135.26 9203.45
8/6/2017 1182.89 9647.25 11/5/2017 1157.96 9422.4 11/4/2017 1136.66 9237
7/6/2017 1192.46 9663.9 10/5/2017 1159.56 9407.3 10/4/2017 1116.09 9181.45
6/6/2017 1183.49 9637.15 9/5/2017 1163.16 9316.85 7/4/2017 1123.72 9198.3
5/6/2017 1203.33 9675.1 8/5/2017 1139.79 9314.05 6/4/2017 1122.19 9261.95
2/6/2017 1189.39 9653.5 5/5/2017 1149.66 9285.3 5/4/2017 1131.02 9265.15
1/6/2017 1195.26 9616.1 4/5/2017 1154.49 9359.9 3/4/2017 1107.39 9237.85

TABLE NO 1

GRAPH 1

INTERPRETATION:

Graph 1 shows the closing price of larsen & toubro and closing index of
nifty 50 of Quarter 1.
Series 1 shows stock prices of larsen toubro
Series 2 shows index of Nifty 50.

Graph shows the stability in the stock prices of larsen & toubro with respect
to nifty 50.

Graph also shows with increase in stock prices on larsen & toubro leads to
increase in nifty index.

Graph 1 indicates that decrease in share prices of larsen & toubro leads to
decrease in nifty index

So, Nifty index and larsen toubro are parallel to each other. Both are
interrealted to each other.

QUARTER 2:

HISTORIC PRICES FROM JULY TO SEPTEMBER

Closing Closing Closing


Closing Closing Closing price
Date price of Date price of Date price of
price of Nifty price of nifty of Nifty
LT Nifty LT
31-07-
29-09-2017 1142.05 9788.6 31-08-2017 1136.3 9917.9 1193.95 10077.1
2017
28-07-
28-09-2017 1133.35 9768.95 30-08-2017 1139.65 9884.4 1161.4 10014.5
2017
27-07-
27-09-2017 1137.2 9735.75 29-08-2017 1130.05 9796.05 1182.05 10020.55
2017
26-07-
26-09-2017 1162.9 9871.5 28-08-2017 1138.9 9912.8 1180.25 10020.65
2017
25-07-
25-09-2017 1165.2 9872.6 24-08-2017 1131.7 9857.05 1170.85 9964.55
2017
24-07-
22-09-2017 1184.8 9964.4 23-08-2017 1124.15 9852.5 1178 9966.4
2017
21-07-
21-09-2017 1228.05 10121.9 22-08-2017 1117.7 9765.55 1179.25 9915.25
2017
20-07-
20-09-2017 1235.95 10141.15 21-08-2017 1127.1 9754.35 1185.65 9873.3
2017
19-07-
19-09-2017 1225.9 10147.55 18-08-2017 1130.6 9837.4 1181.3 9899.6
2017
18-07-
18-09-2017 1237.95 10153.1 17-08-2017 1134 9904.15 1177.9 9827.15
2017
17-07-
15-09-2017 1212.4 10085.4 16-08-2017 1142.25 9897.3 1171.25 9915.95
2017
14-07-
14-09-2017 1214.2 10086.6 14-08-2017 1146.9 9794.15 1171.2 9886.35
2017
13-07-
13-09-2017 1223.35 10079.3 11/8/2017 1131.95 9710.8 1175.1 9891.7
2017
12/9/2017 1230.25 10093.05 10/8/2017 1157.7 9820.25 12/7/2017 1159.76 9816.1
11/9/2017 1217.85 10006.05 9/8/2017 1153.9 9908.05 11/7/2017 1160.79 9786.05
8/9/2017 1172.4 9934.8 8/8/2017 1171.2 9978.55 10/7/2017 1154.82 9771.05
7/9/2017 1129.1 9929.9 7/8/2017 1179.95 10057.4 7/7/2017 1136.32 9665.8
6/9/2017 1117.6 9916.2 4/8/2017 1175.85 10066.4 6/7/2017 1131.79 9674.55
5/9/2017 1126.65 9952.2 3/8/2017 1174.75 10013.65 5/7/2017 1130.26 9637.6
4/9/2017 1130.65 9912.85 2/8/2017 1176.8 10081.5 4/7/2017 1122.29 9613.3
1/9/2017 1139.2 9974.4 1/8/2017 1190.05 10114.65 3/7/2017 1124.89 9615

TABLE NO 2

GRAPH 2

INTERPRETATION:

Graph 1 shows the closing price of larsen & toubro and closing index of
nifty 50 of Quarter 1.
Series 1 shows stock prices of larsen toubro
Series 2 shows index of Nifty 50.

Graph shows the stability in the stock prices of larsen & toubro with respect
to nifty 50.

Graph also shows with increase in stock prices on larsen & toubro leads to
increase in nifty index.

Graph 1 indicates that decrease in share prices of larsen & toubro leads to
decrease in nifty index

So, Nifty index and larsen toubro are parallel to each other. Both are
interrealted to each other.

QUARTER 3:

HISTORIC PRICES FROM OCTOBER TO DECEMBER

Closing Closing Closing Closing Closing


Closing
Date price of Date price of price of Date price of price of
price of LT
Nifty LT Nifty LT Nifty

30-12-2016 899.44 8185.8 30-11-2016 921.88 8224.5 28-10-2016 987.18 8638

29-12-2016 892.84 8103.6 29-11-2016 901.68 8142.15 27-10-2016 983.58 8615.25

28-12-2016 900.01 8034.85 28-11-2016 904.68 8126.9 26-10-2016 988.25 8615.25

27-12-2016 903.78 8032.85 25-11-2016 913.85 8114.3 25-10-2016 989.45 8691.3

26-12-2016 891.78 7908.25 24-11-2016 899.81 7965.5 24-10-2016 995.15 8708.95

23-12-2016 891.68 7985.75 23-11-2016 904.88 8033.3 21-10-2016 1007.28 8693.05

22-12-2016 876.48 7979.1 22-11-2016 886.41 8002.3 20-10-2016 1002.48 8699.4

21-12-2016 894.71 8061.3 21-11-2016 898.64 7929.1 19-10-2016 994.08 8659.1

20-12-2016 903.71 8082.4 18-11-2016 913.68 8074.1 18-10-2016 992.22 8677.9

19-12-2016 896.68 8104.35 17-11-2016 914.05 8079.95 17-10-2016 965.35 8520.4

16-12-2016 907.11 8139.45 16-11-2016 917.08 8111.6 14-10-2016 983.28 8583.4

15-12-2016 904.61 8153.6 15-11-2016 913.58 8108.45 13-10-2016 958.98 8573.35

14-12-2016 906.68 8182.45 11/11/2016 925.91 8296.3 10/10/2016 966.72 8708.8


13-12-2016 917.18 8221.8 10/11/2016 941.45 8525.75 7/10/2016 971.35 8697.6
12/12/2016 910.01 8170.8 9/11/2016 927.01 8432 6/10/2016 969.72 8709.55
9/12/2016 908.18 8261.75 8/11/2016 931.51 8543.55 5/10/2016 969.35 8743.95
8/12/2016 911.35 8246.85 7/11/2016 932.05 8497.05 4/10/2016 966.15 8769.15
7/12/2016 902.58 8102.05 4/11/2016 946.58 8433.75 3/10/2016 980.52 8738.1
6/12/2016 908.15 8143.15 3/11/2016 962.85 8484.95
5/12/2016 904.15 8128.75 2/11/2016 965.81 8514
2/12/2016 907.95 8086.8 1/11/2016 975.48 8626.25
1/12/2016 925.61 8192.9 30-10-2016 983.55 8625.7

TABLE NO 3

GRAPH 3

INTERPRETATION:

Graph 1 shows the closing price of larsen & toubro and closing index of
nifty 50 of Quarter 1.
Series 1 shows stock prices of larsen toubro
Series 2 shows index of Nifty 50.

Graph shows the stability in the stock prices of larsen & toubro with respect
to nifty 50.

Graph also shows with increase in stock prices on larsen & toubro leads to
increase in nifty index.

Graph 1 indicates that decrease in share prices of larsen & toubro leads to
decrease in nifty index

So, Nifty index and larsen toubro are parallel to each other. Both are
interrealted to each other.

QUARTER 4:

HISTORIC PRICES FROM JANAURY TO MARCH

Closing Closing Closing Closing Closing Closing


Date price of price of Date price of price of Date price of price of
LT Nifty LT Nifty LT Nifty

30-03-2017 1038.35 9173.75 28-02-2017 979.52 8879.6 27-01-2017 959.98 8641.25


29-03-2017 1037.75 9143.8 27-02-2017 977.28 8896.7 25-01-2017 966.55 8602.75
28-03-2017 1029.55 9100.8 23-02-2017 991.12 8939.5 24-01-2017 946.58 8475.8
27-03-2017 1029.32 9045.2 22-02-2017 984.68 8926.9 23-01-2017 929.08 8391.5
24-03-2017 1034.19 9108 21-02-2017 988.92 8907.85 20-01-2017 943.21 8349.35
23-03-2017 1029.32 9086.3 20-02-2017 988.48 8879.2 19-01-2017 966.35 8435.1
22-03-2017 1019.95 9030.45 17-02-2017 985.38 8821.7 18-01-2017 968.35 8417
21-03-2017 1032.75 9121.5 16-02-2017 980.22 8778 17-01-2017 963.88 8398
20-03-2017 1025.15 9126.85 15-02-2017 986.72 8724.7 16-01-2017 961.91 8412.8
17-03-2017 1035.09 9160.05 14-02-2017 995.12 8792.3 13-01-2017 959.21 8400.35
16-03-2017 1047.42 9153.7 13-02-2017 1000.15 8805.05 12/1/2017 966.28 8407.2
15-03-2017 1032.65 9084.8 10/2/2017 1001.35 8793.55 11/1/2017 941.61 8380.65
14-03-2017 1038.79 9087 9/2/2017 993.85 8778.4 10/1/2017 925.05 8288.6
10/3/2017 994.45 8934.55 8/2/2017 1004.62 8769.05 9/1/2017 920.48 8236.05
9/3/2017 984.65 8927 7/2/2017 1000.25 8768.3 6/1/2017 927.35 8243.8
8/3/2017 984.25 8924.3 6/2/2017 989.25 8801.05 5/1/2017 928.25 8273.8
7/3/2017 990.98 8946.9 3/2/2017 987.18 8740.95 4/1/2017 917.78 8190.5
6/3/2017 990.45 8963.45 2/2/2017 984.38 8734.25 3/1/2017 911.51 8192.25
3/3/2017 980.28 8897.55 1/2/2017 993.55 8716.4 2/1/2017 906.45 8179.5
2/3/2017 982.68 8899.75 31-01-2017 964.21 8561.3
1/3/2017 984.15 8945.8 30-01-2017 961.91 8632.75

TABLE NO 4
Graph 4

INTERPRETATION:

Graph 1 shows the closing price of larsen & toubro and closing index of
nifty 50 of Quarter 1.
Series 1 shows stock prices of larsen toubro
Series 2 shows index of Nifty 50.

Graph shows the stability in the stock prices of larsen & toubro with respect
to nifty 50.

Graph also shows with increase in stock prices on larsen & toubro leads to
increase in nifty index.

Graph 1 indicates that decrease in share prices of larsen & toubro leads to
decrease in nifty index

So, Nifty index and larsen toubro are parallel to each other. Both are
interrealted to each other.

CHAPTER 6

FINDINGS
AND
RECOMMENDATIONS
FINDINGS OF THE STUDY

By analyzing the stock the prices of Larsen n toubro from 1 oct , 2106 to 30 sep, 2017 we
can see the following results: The shareholders fund is increasing in at a increasing rate
of 5.93% which is due to the issue of bonus shares. This shows there is a considerable
increase in the current assets with respect to current liabilities. In this situation the
organization can easily manage the requirement for working capital to meet its day to day
expenses.

The above table reveals the ouaterly graphs of Larsen and Toubro Constructions for the
year 2016-2017. The Companys share price shows a slight amount of deviation. The
company capital, surplus and reserves also didnt show much of deviation. Finally it can
be concluded that the companys financial position is satisfied.

From the above graph it can be observed that there is fluctuating trend in stock prices on
Larsen & toubro during the study period. In the year 2016-2017 it increased from 1.36 to
1.39. It again increased to 1.41 in the year 2013. In the year 2014 it decreased to 1.25.
The management should take remedial measures to improve the present position.

The trend analysis for the above years shows a very good amount increase. This is mainly
due to the reason that these datas have been arrived in comparison with the last 5 years
current assets value. There was a phenomenal increase in growth in term of assets during
2016-2017 and this is one of the major reasons that the projections are showing a good
increase. In reality if we assume that the same increase in trend continues in 2017-2018.

RECOMMENDATION

After the analysis of financial statements, it is clear that the companys


status is not good, because the net working capital of the company has
decreased from last years position.

Companys Profits are huge in the current year, its better to declare
dividend to shareholders.

The Company is utilizing its fixed assets, which majorly help in the growth
of the organization. The Company should maintain that perfectly.

The companys Investments are raised from the inception, it gives the other
income i.e., interest on investments.

Steps have to be taken to increase the current assets position of the firm so as
to improve the liquidity position of the company.

Percentage of Debt to equity can be reduced so as to reduce the financial


risk.

Percentage of debt in capital can be reduced so as to reduce the financial


risk.

Steps can be taken to reduce the current liability of the firm so as to have a
stable financial position.

Steps can be taken to increase the net profit so as to increase the overall
financial performance.
Conclusion:

The companys overall position is at a good position. Particularly the current


years position is well due to a raise in the profit than the previous year.

Its better for the organization to diversify the funds to different sectors in
the present market scenario.

L&T construction is showing fluctuations in its profitability position in the


past few years, which is concluded with the financial statement analysis.

The Assets were increased but the working capital is decreased which says
that the firm is not able to meet its current liabilities.

The calculation of Current and Liquid Ratio will enable the creditors to
access the current financial position of the concern in relation to their debts.

Preparation of financial statements enables the government to find out


whether the organization is following various rules and regulations or not.
These statements provide a base for regulation of the company.

It is not only helpful to analyze the present financial position it also enables
to study the future prospects and the expansion plans of the concern.
CHAPTER 7

BIBLIOGRAPHY
WEBSITES

www.larsentoubro.com
www.lntecc.com
http://www.larsentoubro.com/media/29758/fact-sheet-sep2014.pdf
https://ebstudies.wordpress.com/2012/11/06/financial-performance-analysis/
http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/705/11/12_chapter3.pdf
http://www.moneycontrol.com/
https://www.nseindia.com/

BOOK REFRENCES:
S.P GUPTA,STATISTICAL METHODS,NEW DELHI,SULTAN CHAND &SONS
PUBLICATIONS,2002
CR.KOTHARI, RESEARCH METHODOLOGY,NEW DELHI,NEW AGE
PUBLISHERS,1995

JOURNAL REFRENCES
The journal of finance
Journal of banking and finance
Journal of financial markets and portfolio management

NEWSPAPERS
The economic times
The financial express
Business world
ANNEXURE
Larsen BSE: 500510 | NSE: LT | ISIN: INE018A01030

Historic Data for the Period : 01-Oct-2016 to 30-Sep-2017 on NSE

Period High : 1250.50 Period Low : 863.44 Change in market-cap : 19.12%

- SPREAD -
Date Open Close High Low Volume
(High- (Open-
Low) Close)
29-09-2017 1139.95 1142.05 1154.05 1131.05 3193745 23 -2.1

28-09-2017 1140.35 1133.35 1143.7 1128 3474398 15.7 7

27-09-2017 1172.9 1137.2 1172.9 1131.5 2317721 41.4 35.7

26-09-2017 1151 1162.9 1170 1151 1809036 19 -11.9

25-09-2017 1187 1165.2 1187 1145 2720490 42 21.8

22-09-2017 1228.05 1184.8 1229.15 1176.05 2968531 53.1 43.25

21-09-2017 1236.9 1228.05 1240 1208.75 2216227 31.25 8.85

20-09-2017 1228.15 1235.95 1250.5 1228.15 2347635 22.35 -7.8

19-09-2017 1235 1225.9 1237.8 1220.5 900287 17.3 9.1

18-09-2017 1218.55 1237.95 1246 1218.55 3005809 27.45 -19.4

15-09-2017 1214 1212.4 1221.65 1202.05 1723247 19.6 1.6

14-09-2017 1223.55 1214.2 1234 1211.5 1440488 22.5 9.35

13-09-2017 1222 1223.35 1229 1207.5 2233311 21.5 -1.35

12/9/2017 1219.5 1230.25 1234 1219.5 2451814 14.5 -10.75

11/9/2017 1180 1217.85 1225 1152.55 4364705 72.45 -37.85

8/9/2017 1137.5 1172.4 1182 1134.05 4947759 47.95 -34.9

7/9/2017 1121.1 1129.1 1130.95 1118.25 1038623 12.7 -8

6/9/2017 1122 1117.6 1126.1 1115.9 891224 10.2 4.4

5/9/2017 1131.15 1126.65 1139 1122.3 1110437 16.7 4.5

4/9/2017 1127.95 1130.65 1138.95 1122 1006945 16.95 -2.7


1/9/2017 1134.95 1139.2 1144.4 1131.55 976551 12.85 -4.25

31-08-2017 1144 1136.3 1145 1130.5 1926054 14.5 7.7

30-08-2017 1140 1139.65 1145.9 1133 895791 12.9 0.35

29-08-2017 1135.65 1130.05 1138.75 1123.35 1045267 15.4 5.6

28-08-2017 1134.7 1138.9 1155 1128.8 1884734 26.2 -4.2

24-08-2017 1130 1131.7 1135.8 1126 1316100 9.8 -1.7

23-08-2017 1120 1124.15 1128.85 1114.4 1710949 14.45 -4.15

22-08-2017 1132 1117.7 1135 1113.05 1361351 21.95 14.3

21-08-2017 1133.45 1127.1 1140 1124.6 1651344 15.4 6.35

18-08-2017 1124 1130.6 1137.65 1123 1230709 14.65 -6.6

17-08-2017 1145 1134 1157 1131.05 1508949 25.95 11

16-08-2017 1149 1142.25 1152.4 1123.25 2143899 29.15 6.75

14-08-2017 1143.25 1146.9 1153 1119 1866838 34 -3.65

11/8/2017 1138 1131.95 1144.05 1125.2 2001103 18.85 6.05

10/8/2017 1151 1157.7 1166.9 1140 1713614 26.9 -6.7

9/8/2017 1171 1153.9 1171 1148 1439328 23 17.1

8/8/2017 1180 1171.2 1186 1164 1531255 22 8.8

7/8/2017 1176.7 1179.95 1184.6 1172 1035670 12.6 -3.25

4/8/2017 1174 1175.85 1181.95 1169.7 1082867 12.25 -1.85

3/8/2017 1179.9 1174.75 1184.65 1167.65 1426006 17 5.15

2/8/2017 1191 1176.8 1191.85 1172.5 2154488 19.35 14.2

1/8/2017 1198.25 1190.05 1198.25 1171.7 2721660 26.55 8.2

31-07-2017 1193.7 k,. 1207.5 1180.1 5000536 27.4 -0.25

28-07-2017 1184 1161.4 1190.4 1153.5 3278658 36.9 22.6

27-07-2017 1180.8 1182.05 1194.9 1173 3881208 21.9 -1.25

26-07-2017 1169.9 1180.25 1184 1166 1161591 18 -10.35

25-07-2017 1178 1170.85 1179.95 1165.5 2182162 14.45 7.15

24-07-2017 1177 1178 1182.65 1171.1 1313657 11.55 -1

21-07-2017 1190 1179.25 1190 1170.2 1912305 19.8 10.75

20-07-2017 1182 1185.65 1194.45 1176 1845852 18.45 -3.65

19-07-2017 1184 1181.3 1187 1170.1 1827242 16.9 2.7


18-07-2017 1169.9 1177.9 1187 1168.1 2375324 18.9 -8

17-07-2017 1178 1171.25 1182 1162.4 1646087 19.6 6.75

14-07-2017 1183 1171.2 1183 1159.55 1401864 23.45 11.8

13-07-2017 1165.1 1175.1 1182.5 1160 1643754 22.5 -10

12/7/2017 1165.39 1159.76 1171.19 1157.19 2036802 14 5.63

11/7/2017 1159.66 1160.79 1166.66 1153.39 2123841 13.27 -1.13

10/7/2017 1146.79 1154.82 1159.39 1140.12 324719 19.27 -8.03

7/7/2017 1131.39 1136.32 1145.32 1126.86 1845007 18.46 -4.93

6/7/2017 1132.86 1131.79 1138.02 1126.92 1417510 11.1 1.07

5/7/2017 1122.72 1130.26 1132.72 1120.12 1034389 12.6 -7.54

4/7/2017 1133.39 1122.29 1133.39 1114.06 1639957 19.33 11.1

3/7/2017 1125.39 1124.89 1140.39 1115.66 2169988 24.73 0.5

30-06-2017 1132.72 1125.12 1132.72 1107.59 3251372 25.13 7.6

29-06-2017 1136.12 1135.82 1148.82 1130.42 2709417 18.4 0.3

28-06-2017 1132.62 1135.56 1138.72 1120.96 1578446 17.76 -2.94

27-06-2017 1145.09 1134.52 1158.69 1123.99 2316930 34.7 10.57

23-06-2017 1160.06 1148.52 1162.22 1146.06 1716739 16.16 11.54

22-06-2017 1173.39 1157.66 1177.13 1154.92 1761671 22.21 15.73

21-06-2017 1172.39 1169.53 1188.06 1167.39 3556750 20.67 2.86

20-06-2017 1172.53 1167.06 1179.36 1160.19 1565394 19.17 5.47

19-06-2017 1157.39 1170.59 1173.39 1154.86 1780967 18.53 -13.2

16-06-2017 1156.62 1151.19 1167.39 1147.19 2243040 20.2 5.43

15-06-2017 1171.49 1156.96 1174.66 1153.39 1481018 21.27 14.53

14-06-2017 1161.39 1176.36 1180.96 1156.59 2079553 24.37 -14.97

13-06-2017 1163.09 1159.39 1169.86 1157.76 1412203 12.1 3.7

12/6/2017 1185.26 1157.79 1185.39 1139.32 4068754 46.07 27.47

9/6/2017 1184.73 1185.53 1189.33 1174.46 1632125 14.87 -0.8

8/6/2017 1192.73 1182.89 1199.39 1181.06 1428908 18.33 9.84

7/6/2017 1182.73 1192.46 1196.39 1182.06 1327474 14.33 -9.73

6/6/2017 1205.19 1183.49 1205.43 1181.49 1430997 23.94 21.7

5/6/2017 1196.73 1203.33 1206.33 1189.06 1906324 17.27 -6.6


2/6/2017 1200.06 1189.39 1203.39 1185.46 1425250 17.93 10.67

1/6/2017 1173.39 1195.26 1198.73 1165.39 2898040 33.34 -21.87

31-05-2017 1181.73 1173.86 1190.06 1167.19 3000582 22.87 7.87

30-05-2017 1210.73 1178.43 1222.69 1169.39 6550112 53.3 32.3

29-05-2017 1189.33 1188.33 1206.69 1177.39 3033507 29.3 1

26-05-2017 1180.06 1191.79 1199.39 1169.29 3065928 30.1 -11.73

25-05-2017 1128.06 1179.29 1183.39 1128.06 5404501 55.33 -51.23

24-05-2017 1161.46 1123.02 1171.33 1118.46 2172961 52.87 38.44

23-05-2017 1170.06 1160.56 1176.66 1151.66 1463732 25 9.5

22-05-2017 1155.39 1168.03 1172.73 1152.72 2839082 20.01 -12.64

19-05-2017 1152.72 1149.76 1156.06 1131.76 2268028 24.3 2.96

18-05-2017 1159.82 1148.46 1166.79 1144.32 2155722 22.47 11.36

17-05-2017 1162.66 1170.36 1176.06 1153.72 2502754 22.34 -7.7

16-05-2017 1164.72 1160.52 1165.56 1151.76 1654306 13.8 4.2

15-05-2017 1165.79 1161.66 1167.76 1157.72 1195641 10.04 4.13

12/5/2017 1158.36 1160.46 1171.39 1151.12 1803678 20.27 -2.1

11/5/2017 1166.73 1157.96 1169.73 1146.46 1270382 23.27 8.77

10/5/2017 1169.86 1159.56 1176.73 1154.12 2010027 22.61 10.3

9/5/2017 1141.39 1163.16 1171.36 1136.72 1836370 34.64 -21.77

8/5/2017 1152.06 1139.79 1159.26 1136.79 1246054 22.47 12.27

5/5/2017 1153.39 1149.66 1154.12 1135.52 1555064 18.6 3.73

4/5/2017 1149.39 1154.49 1161.36 1148.06 1255274 13.3 -5.1

3/5/2017 1157.39 1146.86 1163.56 1144.06 1296217 19.5 10.53

2/5/2017 1166.79 1154.76 1178.06 1150.06 1861048 28 12.03

28-04-2017 1175.43 1166.59 1177.23 1160.19 1637657 17.04 8.84

27-04-2017 1165.29 1177.89 1182.73 1162.72 2126021 20.01 -12.6

26-04-2017 1164.06 1167.59 1176.06 1160.06 2885578 16 -3.53

25-04-2017 1160.06 1164.12 1166.73 1157.39 2879651 9.34 -4.06

24-04-2017 1128.72 1155.19 1157.66 1127.39 3238368 30.27 -26.47

21-04-2017 1130.06 1125.06 1134.52 1120.06 2415811 14.46 5

20-04-2017 1115.99 1120.86 1124.46 1108.86 1044137 15.6 -4.87


19-04-2017 1113.39 1113.76 1116.72 1107.96 1158104 8.76 -0.37

18-04-2017 1122.72 1113.06 1132.69 1108.86 1839397 23.83 9.66

17-04-2017 1120.06 1120.96 1126.46 1113.99 1135203 12.47 -0.9

13-04-2017 1129.72 1119.09 1129.72 1115.02 1975385 14.7 10.63

12/4/2017 1130.06 1135.26 1141.06 1117.59 2134957 23.47 -5.2

11/4/2017 1116.09 1136.66 1139.39 1114.06 1974027 25.33 -20.57

10/4/2017 1125.39 1116.09 1139.46 1108.72 2406310 30.74 9.3

7/4/2017 1116.72 1123.72 1146.69 1114.12 4096435 32.57 -7

6/4/2017 1123.39 1122.19 1134.96 1112.72 2740679 22.24 1.2

5/4/2017 1107.39 1131.02 1133.36 1098.62 5179540 34.74 -23.63

3/4/2017 1054.65 1107.39 1110.72 1051.12 6576556 59.6 -52.74

31-03-2017 1034.79 1049.99 1062.49 1034.79 3542923 27.7 -15.2

30-03-2017 1042.05 1038.35 1046.72 1034.89 2288212 11.83 3.7

29-03-2017 1036.05 1037.75 1045.12 1033.39 2280243 11.73 -1.7

28-03-2017 1032.05 1029.55 1038.59 1027.45 2628827 11.14 2.5

27-03-2017 1033.32 1029.32 1036.72 1025.38 1583471 11.34 4

24-03-2017 1032.05 1034.19 1038.72 1027.72 1347588 11 -2.14

23-03-2017 1024.72 1029.32 1038.99 1012.75 2511645 26.24 -4.6

22-03-2017 1025.28 1019.95 1034.55 1016.98 3371233 17.57 5.33

21-03-2017 1033.39 1032.75 1043.12 1028.72 2415092 14.4 0.64

20-03-2017 1036.05 1025.15 1036.99 1023.55 1442035 13.44 10.9

17-03-2017 1047.42 1035.09 1048.65 1029.48 1927887 19.17 12.33

16-03-2017 1039.39 1047.42 1050.05 1038.72 2396027 11.33 -8.03

15-03-2017 1038.05 1032.65 1040.05 1026.85 2408746 13.2 5.4

14-03-2017 1011.38 1038.79 1045.85 1011.38 7224449 34.47 -27.41

10/3/2017 987.32 994.45 998.38 986.75 1836172 11.63 -7.13

9/3/2017 981.98 984.65 988.58 976.72 1110994 11.86 -2.67

8/3/2017 989.65 984.25 996.38 979.28 1424291 17.1 5.4

7/3/2017 989.38 990.98 994.42 986.35 991516 8.07 -1.6

6/3/2017 978.72 990.45 992.72 978.72 821945 14 -11.73

3/3/2017 980.95 980.28 985.62 973.38 1204959 12.24 0.67


2/3/2017 988.08 982.68 996.95 980.05 1920120 16.9 5.4

1/3/2017 981.38 984.15 989.95 980.82 1219351 9.13 -2.77

28-02-2017 981.38 979.52 992.02 977.48 1773469 14.54 1.86

27-02-2017 996.52 977.28 1000.05 973.45 1553822 26.6 19.24

23-02-2017 986.72 991.12 1004.05 978.85 2175289 25.2 -4.4

22-02-2017 988.72 984.68 992.55 981.92 1291252 10.63 4.04

21-02-2017 984.05 988.92 993.45 984.05 970567 9.4 -4.87

20-02-2017 988.62 988.48 994.72 983.42 1105316 11.3 0.14

17-02-2017 980.75 985.38 990.05 976.72 1028640 13.33 -4.63

16-02-2017 989.32 980.22 990.05 974.08 2071843 15.97 9.1

15-02-2017 995.18 986.72 1003.85 984.15 1952371 19.7 8.46

14-02-2017 1003.38 995.12 1004.68 990.72 926499 13.96 8.26

13-02-2017 1003.75 1000.15 1006.05 987.75 930000 18.3 3.6

10/2/2017 996.88 1001.35 1005.48 994.88 1300921 10.6 -4.47

9/2/2017 1005.38 993.85 1007.28 984.32 1529180 22.96 11.53

8/2/2017 1003.25 1004.62 1007.38 992.88 1689708 14.5 -1.37

7/2/2017 986.85 1000.25 1003.25 981.48 2499421 21.77 -13.4

6/2/2017 990.05 989.25 1000.05 986.32 1526639 13.73 0.8

3/2/2017 984.38 987.18 992.05 971.38 1650376 20.67 -2.8

2/2/2017 994.45 984.38 996.05 980.25 2257801 15.8 10.07

1/2/2017 965.35 993.55 996.62 964.25 3577455 32.37 -28.2

31-01-2017 960.05 964.21 970.05 951.38 1894059 18.67 -4.16

30-01-2017 962.05 961.91 978.05 958.71 2601455 19.34 0.14

27-01-2017 967.42 959.98 980.22 955.61 1871032 24.61 7.44

25-01-2017 949.91 966.55 969.38 946.98 2294659 22.4 -16.64

24-01-2017 932.21 946.58 949.38 932.05 1879594 17.33 -14.37

23-01-2017 941.38 929.08 942.05 921.31 3533892 20.74 12.3

20-01-2017 966.35 943.21 969.32 940.71 2177377 28.61 23.14

19-01-2017 968.72 966.35 975.38 963.41 1019864 11.97 2.37

18-01-2017 964.05 968.35 979.38 964.05 1538101 15.33 -4.3

17-01-2017 960.05 963.88 973.35 960.05 1423769 13.3 -3.83


16-01-2017 956.71 961.91 966.72 954.91 1052749 11.81 -5.2

13-01-2017 973.38 959.21 973.38 954.85 1400700 18.53 14.17


1
943.31 966.28 969.58 942.71 2707320 26.87 -22.97
2/1/2017
11/1/2017 932.05 941.61 945.28 930.05 1514375 15.23 -9.56

10/1/2017 920.21 925.05 930.05 918.41 1359661 11.64 -4.84

9/1/2017 928.05 920.48 932.01 917.85 819444 14.16 7.57

6/1/2017 930.05 927.35 935.85 925.11 1462839 10.74 2.7

5/1/2017 921.55 928.25 930.05 918.71 2781359 11.34 -6.7

4/1/2017 916.71 917.78 920.95 913.71 2144632 7.24 -1.07

3/1/2017 906.71 911.51 916.71 901.51 1363330 15.2 -4.8

2/1/2017 904.08 906.45 912.71 899.48 1476738 13.23 -2.37

30-12-2016 896.71 899.44 903.71 896.04 1280915 7.67 -2.73

29-12-2016 894.41 892.84 902.71 886.98 2010526 15.73 1.57

28-12-2016 904.71 900.01 908.88 897.38 1294200 11.5 4.7

27-12-2016 893.38 903.78 906.38 886.11 1222295 20.27 -10.4

26-12-2016 890.44 891.78 896.71 878.94 1198668 17.77 -1.34

23-12-2016 877.21 891.68 894.71 868.38 2136541 26.33 -14.47

22-12-2016 893.88 876.48 896.04 874.74 1357495 21.3 17.4

21-12-2016 905.51 894.71 907.08 893.38 950177 13.7 10.8

20-12-2016 896.71 903.71 907.51 896.14 1177720 11.37 -7

19-12-2016 905.05 896.68 906.05 894.41 1148112 11.64 8.37

16-12-2016 904.25 907.11 909.71 901.41 1577347 8.3 -2.86

15-12-2016 899.88 904.61 911.45 899.38 900478 12.07 -4.73

14-12-2016 921.31 906.68 921.31 904.78 1360870 16.53 14.63

13-12-2016 910.71 917.18 919.31 910.18 2168017 9.13 -6.47

12/12/2016 906.71 910.01 916.65 904.11 1636198 12.54 -3.3

9/12/2016 915.31 908.18 915.58 904.71 1211194 10.87 7.13

8/12/2016 910.15 911.35 917.21 907.91 1388773 9.3 -1.2

7/12/2016 912.05 902.58 916.78 900.05 1557687 16.73 9.47

6/12/2016 905.48 908.15 916.05 905.25 1771821 10.8 -2.67

5/12/2016 906.85 904.15 909.91 899.44 1062769 10.47 2.7


2/12/2016 918.71 907.95 919.78 906.05 1217767 13.73 10.76

1/12/2016 924.31 925.61 935.05 915.25 2151890 19.8 -1.3

30-11-2016 910.05 921.88 927.55 900.05 4335415 27.5 -11.83

29-11-2016 904.71 901.68 913.18 899.41 1741240 13.77 3.03

28-11-2016 913.68 904.68 914.85 900.05 1777729 14.8 9

25-11-2016 905.25 913.85 916.85 890.98 3065671 25.87 -8.6

24-11-2016 902.65 899.81 910.65 893.38 4315154 17.27 2.84

23-11-2016 904.71 904.88 923.38 898.71 7492764 24.67 -0.17

22-11-2016 905.55 886.41 906.71 869.71 3084716 37 19.14

21-11-2016 919.18 898.64 919.18 893.38 1962742 25.8 20.54

18-11-2016 914.71 913.68 921.61 907.38 1654864 14.23 1.03

17-11-2016 918.85 914.05 922.71 906.71 1377573 16 4.8

16-11-2016 924.91 917.08 925.58 900.71 3299546 24.87 7.83

15-11-2016 919.38 913.58 938.38 908.88 3957855 29.5 5.8

11/11/2016 931.31 925.91 939.38 924.05 2518160 15.33 5.4

10/11/2016 933.75 941.45 951.38 933.75 2766294 17.63 -7.7

9/11/2016 880.04 927.01 939.45 863.44 4757161 76.01 -46.97

8/11/2016 937.05 931.51 937.38 922.71 1881632 14.67 5.54

7/11/2016 950.05 932.05 954.51 928.28 2158545 26.23 18

4/11/2016 951.31 946.58 956.31 931.31 18638074 25 4.73

3/11/2016 961.48 962.85 977.82 961.38 1411872 16.44 -1.37

2/11/2016 965.25 965.81 970.05 957.71 1493369 12.34 -0.56

1/11/2016 987.38 975.48 987.42 973.38 947111 14.04 11.9

30-10-2016 986.72 983.55 991.32 980.05 199369 11.27 3.17

28-10-2016 980.72 987.18 989.98 975.38 1212920 14.6 -6.46

27-10-2016 986.55 983.58 988.65 971.45 2440556 17.2 2.97

26-10-2016 986.52 988.25 992.72 980.42 867576 12.3 -1.73

25-10-2016 996.72 989.45 999.62 985.85 838164 13.77 7.27

24-10-2016 1011.15 995.15 1013.38 991.25 1516960 22.13 16

21-10-2016 1002.72 1007.28 1009.45 995.45 1670715 14 -4.56

20-10-2016 997.38 1002.48 1005.05 988.42 1502265 16.63 -5.1


19-10-2016 992.22 994.08 1000.72 984.08 2146789 16.64 -1.86

18-10-2016 971.85 992.22 994.65 967.42 1982914 27.23 -20.37

17-10-2016 983.32 965.35 984.72 960.71 2140813 24.01 17.97

14-10-2016 962.71 983.28 984.98 959.11 2632191 25.87 -20.57

13-10-2016 959.31 958.98 965.05 954.25 2659862 10.8 0.33

10/10/2016 974.02 966.72 976.98 964.75 875868 12.23 7.3

7/10/2016 968.72 971.35 973.32 960.71 1098697 12.61 -2.63

6/10/2016 976.05 969.72 978.35 964.05 1627294 14.3 6.33

5/10/2016 973.38 969.35 974.65 960.81 2059745 13.84 4.03

4/10/2016 984.58 966.15 986.42 962.28 2289523 24.14 18.43

3/10/2016 958.75 980.52 983.22 956.85 2181609 26.37 -21.77

CNX Nifty
Historic Data for the Period : 01-Oct-2016 to 30-Sep-2017

Period High : 10178.95 Period Low : 7893.80

- SPREAD -
Date Open Close High Low
(High-Low) (Open-Close)

29-Sep-17 9814.3 9788.6 9854 9775.35 78.65 25.7

28-Sep-17 9736.4 9768.95 9789.2 9687.55 101.65 -32.55

27-Sep-17 9920.6 9735.75 9921.05 9714.4 206.65 184.85

26-Sep-17 9875.25 9871.5 9891.35 9813 78.35 3.75

25-Sep-17 9960.1 9872.6 9960.5 9816.05 144.45 87.5

22-Sep-17 10094.35 9964.4 10095.05 9952.8 142.25 129.95

21-Sep-17 10139.6 10121.9 10158.9 10058.6 100.3 17.7

20-Sep-17 10160.95 10141.15 10171.05 10134.2 36.85 19.8

19-Sep-17 10175.6 10147.55 10178.95 10129.95 49 28.05

18-Sep-17 10133.1 10153.1 10171.7 10131.3 40.4 -20

15-Sep-17 10062.35 10085.4 10115.15 10043.65 71.5 -23.05


14-Sep-17 10107.4 10086.6 10126.5 10070.35 56.15 20.8

13-Sep-17 10099.25 10079.3 10131.95 10063.15 68.8 19.95

12-Sep-17 10056.85 10093.05 10097.55 10028.05 69.5 -36.2

11-Sep-17 9971.75 10006.05 10028.65 9968.8 59.85 -34.3

8-Sep-17 9958.65 9934.8 9963.6 9913.3 50.3 23.85

7-Sep-17 9945.85 9929.9 9964.85 9917.2 47.65 15.95

6-Sep-17 9899.25 9916.2 9931.55 9882.55 49 -16.95

5-Sep-17 9933.25 9952.2 9963.1 9901.05 62.05 -18.95

4-Sep-17 9984.15 9912.85 9988.4 9861 127.4 71.3

1-Sep-17 9937.65 9974.4 9983.45 9909.85 73.6 -36.75

31-Aug-17 9905.7 9917.9 9925.1 9856.95 68.15 -12.2

30-Aug-17 9859.5 9884.4 9909.45 9850.8 58.65 -24.9

29-Aug-17 9886.4 9796.05 9887.35 9783.75 103.6 90.35

28-Aug-17 9907.15 9912.8 9925.75 9882 43.75 -5.65

24-Aug-17 9881.2 9857.05 9881.5 9848.85 32.65 24.15

23-Aug-17 9803.05 9852.5 9857.9 9786.75 71.15 -49.45

22-Aug-17 9815.75 9765.55 9828.45 9752.6 75.85 50.2

21-Aug-17 9864.25 9754.35 9884.35 9740.1 144.25 109.9

18-Aug-17 9865.95 9837.4 9865.95 9783.65 82.3 28.55

17-Aug-17 9945.55 9904.15 9947.8 9883.75 64.05 41.4

16-Aug-17 9825.85 9897.3 9903.95 9773.85 130.1 -71.45

14-Aug-17 9755.75 9794.15 9818.3 9752.1 66.2 -38.4

11-Aug-17 9712.15 9710.8 9771.65 9685.55 86.1 1.35

10-Aug-17 9872.85 9820.25 9892.65 9776.2 116.45 52.6

9-Aug-17 9961.15 9908.05 9969.8 9893.05 76.75 53.1

8-Aug-17 10068.35 9978.55 10083.8 9947 136.8 89.8

7-Aug-17 10074.8 10057.4 10088.1 10046.35 41.75 17.4

4-Aug-17 10008.6 10066.4 10075.25 9988.35 86.9 -57.8

3-Aug-17 10081.15 10013.65 10081.15 9998.25 82.9 67.5

2-Aug-17 10136.3 10081.5 10137.85 10054.2 83.65 54.8

1-Aug-17 10101.05 10114.65 10128.6 10065.75 62.85 -13.6


31-Jul-17 10034.7 10077.1 10085.9 10016.95 68.95 -42.4

28-Jul-17 9996.55 10014.5 10026.05 9944.5 81.55 -17.95

27-Jul-17 10063.25 10020.55 10114.85 10005.5 109.35 42.7

26-Jul-17 9983.65 10020.65 10025.95 9965.95 60 -37

25-Jul-17 10010.55 9964.55 10011.3 9949.1 62.2 46

24-Jul-17 9936.8 9966.4 9982.05 9919.6 62.45 -29.6

21-Jul-17 9899.6 9915.25 9924.7 9838 86.7 -15.65

20-Jul-17 9920.2 9873.3 9922.55 9863.45 59.1 46.9

19-Jul-17 9855.95 9899.6 9905.05 9851.65 53.4 -43.65

18-Jul-17 9832.7 9827.15 9885.35 9792.05 93.3 5.55

17-Jul-17 9908.15 9915.95 9928.2 9894.7 33.5 -7.8

14-Jul-17 9913.3 9886.35 9913.3 9845.45 67.85 26.95

13-Jul-17 9855.8 9891.7 9897.25 9853.45 43.8 -35.9

12-Jul-17 9807.3 9816.1 9824.95 9787.7 37.25 -8.8

11-Jul-17 9797.45 9786.05 9830.05 9778.85 51.2 11.4

10-Jul-17 9719.3 9771.05 9782.15 9646.45 135.7 -51.75

7-Jul-17 9670.35 9665.8 9684.25 9642.65 41.6 4.55

6-Jul-17 9653.6 9674.55 9700.7 9639.95 60.75 -20.95

5-Jul-17 9619.75 9637.6 9643.65 9607.35 36.3 -17.85

4-Jul-17 9645.9 9613.3 9650.65 9595.5 55.15 32.6

3-Jul-17 9587.95 9615 9624 9543.55 80.45 -27.05

30-Jun-17 9478.5 9520.9 9535.8 9448.75 87.05 -42.4

29-Jun-17 9522.95 9504.1 9575.8 9493.8 82 18.85

28-Jun-17 9520.2 9491.25 9522.5 9474.35 48.15 28.95

27-Jun-17 9594.05 9511.4 9615.4 9473.45 141.95 82.65

23-Jun-17 9643.25 9574.95 9647.65 9565.3 82.35 68.3

22-Jun-17 9642.65 9630 9698.85 9617.75 81.1 12.65

21-Jun-17 9648.1 9633.6 9650.45 9608.6 41.85 14.5

20-Jun-17 9670.5 9653.5 9676.5 9643.75 32.75 17

19-Jun-17 9626.4 9657.55 9673.3 9614.9 58.4 -31.15

16-Jun-17 9595.45 9588.05 9615.85 9565.5 50.35 7.4


15-Jun-17 9617.9 9578.05 9621.4 9560.8 60.6 39.85

14-Jun-17 9621.55 9618.15 9627.4 9580.45 46.95 3.4

13-Jun-17 9615.55 9606.9 9654.15 9595.4 58.75 8.65

12-Jun-17 9646.7 9616.4 9647.05 9598.5 48.55 30.3

9-Jun-17 9638.55 9668.25 9676.25 9608.15 68.1 -29.7

8-Jun-17 9682.4 9647.25 9688.7 9641.5 47.2 35.15

7-Jun-17 9663.95 9663.9 9678.55 9630.55 48 0.05

6-Jun-17 9704.25 9637.15 9709.3 9630.2 79.1 67.1

5-Jun-17 9656.3 9675.1 9687.2 9640.7 46.5 -18.8

2-Jun-17 9657.15 9653.5 9673.5 9637.45 36.05 3.65

1-Jun-17 9603.55 9616.1 9634.65 9589.9 44.75 -12.55

31-May-17 9636.55 9621.25 9649.6 9609.25 40.35 15.3

30-May-17 9590.65 9624.55 9635.3 9581.2 54.1 -33.9

29-May-17 9560.05 9604.9 9637.75 9547.7 90.05 -44.85

26-May-17 9507.75 9595.1 9604.9 9495.4 109.5 -87.35

25-May-17 9384.05 9509.75 9523.3 9379.2 144.1 -125.7

24-May-17 9410.9 9360.55 9431.9 9341.65 90.25 50.35

23-May-17 9445.05 9386.15 9448.05 9370 78.05 58.9

22-May-17 9480.25 9438.25 9498.65 9427.9 70.75 42

19-May-17 9469.9 9427.9 9505.75 9390.75 115 42

18-May-17 9453.2 9429.45 9489.1 9418.1 71 23.75

17-May-17 9517.6 9525.75 9532.6 9486.1 46.5 -8.15

16-May-17 9461 9512.25 9517.2 9456.35 60.85 -51.25

15-May-17 9433.55 9445.4 9449.25 9423.1 26.15 -11.85

12-May-17 9436.65 9400.9 9437.75 9372.55 65.2 35.75

11-May-17 9448.6 9422.4 9450.65 9411.3 39.35 26.2

10-May-17 9339.65 9407.3 9414.75 9336 78.75 -67.65

9-May-17 9337.35 9316.85 9338.95 9307.7 31.25 20.5

8-May-17 9311.45 9314.05 9338.7 9297.95 40.75 -2.6

5-May-17 9374.55 9285.3 9377.1 9272 105.1 89.25

4-May-17 9360.95 9359.9 9365.65 9323.25 42.4 1.05


3-May-17 9344.7 9311.95 9346.3 9298.4 47.9 32.75

2-May-17 9339.85 9313.8 9352.55 9269.9 82.65 26.05

28-Apr-17 9340.95 9304.05 9342.65 9282.25 60.4 36.9

27-Apr-17 9359.15 9342.15 9367.15 9322.65 44.5 17

26-Apr-17 9336.2 9351.85 9367 9301.35 65.65 -15.65

25-Apr-17 9273.05 9306.6 9309.2 9250.35 58.85 -33.55

24-Apr-17 9135.35 9217.95 9225.4 9130.55 94.85 -82.6

21-Apr-17 9179.1 9119.4 9183.65 9088.75 94.9 59.7

20-Apr-17 9108.1 9136.4 9143.9 9102.65 41.25 -28.3

19-Apr-17 9112.2 9103.5 9120.5 9075.15 45.35 8.7

18-Apr-17 9163 9105.15 9217.9 9095.45 122.45 57.85

17-Apr-17 9144.75 9139.3 9160 9120.25 39.75 5.45

13-Apr-17 9202.5 9150.8 9202.65 9144.95 57.7 51.7

12-Apr-17 9242.5 9203.45 9246.4 9161.8 84.6 39.05

11-Apr-17 9184.55 9237 9242.7 9172.85 69.85 -52.45

10-Apr-17 9225.6 9181.45 9225.65 9174.85 50.8 44.15

7-Apr-17 9223.7 9198.3 9250.5 9188.1 62.4 25.4

6-Apr-17 9245.8 9261.95 9267.95 9218.85 49.1 -16.15

5-Apr-17 9264.4 9265.15 9273.9 9215.4 58.5 -0.75

3-Apr-17 9220.6 9237.85 9245.35 9192.4 52.95 -17.25

31-Mar-17 9158.9 9173.75 9191.7 9152.1 39.6 -14.85

30-Mar-17 9142.6 9173.75 9183.15 9136.35 46.8 -31.15

29-Mar-17 9128.7 9143.8 9153.15 9109.1 44.05 -15.1

28-Mar-17 9081.5 9100.8 9110.4 9079.8 30.6 -19.3

27-Mar-17 9093.45 9045.2 9094.85 9024.65 70.2 48.25

24-Mar-17 9104 9108 9133.55 9089.4 44.15 -4

23-Mar-17 9048.75 9086.3 9099.05 9048.6 50.45 -37.55

22-Mar-17 9047.2 9030.45 9072.9 9019.3 53.6 16.75

21-Mar-17 9133.95 9121.5 9147.75 9087.2 60.55 12.45

20-Mar-17 9166.95 9126.85 9167.6 9116.3 51.3 40.1

17-Mar-17 9207.8 9160.05 9218.4 9147.6 70.8 47.75


16-Mar-17 9129.65 9153.7 9158.45 9128.55 29.9 -24.05

15-Mar-17 9086.85 9084.8 9106.55 9075.5 31.05 2.05

14-Mar-17 9091.65 9087 9122.75 9060.5 62.25 4.65

10-Mar-17 8953.7 8934.55 8975.7 8903.95 71.75 19.15

9-Mar-17 8914.5 8927 8945.8 8899.5 46.3 -12.5

8-Mar-17 8950.7 8924.3 8957.05 8891.95 65.1 26.4

7-Mar-17 8977.75 8946.9 8977.85 8932.8 45.05 30.85

6-Mar-17 8915.1 8963.45 8967.8 8914 53.8 -48.35

3-Mar-17 8883.5 8897.55 8907.1 8860.1 47 -14.05

2-Mar-17 8982.85 8899.75 8992.5 8879.8 112.7 83.1

1-Mar-17 8904.4 8945.8 8960.8 8898.6 62.2 -41.4

28-Feb-17 8898.95 8879.6 8914.75 8867.6 47.15 19.35

27-Feb-17 8943.7 8896.7 8951.8 8888.65 63.15 47

23-Feb-17 8956.4 8939.5 8982.15 8927.55 54.6 16.9

22-Feb-17 8931.6 8926.9 8960.75 8905.25 55.5 4.7

21-Feb-17 8890.75 8907.85 8920.8 8860.95 59.85 -17.1

20-Feb-17 8818.55 8879.2 8886.25 8809.8 76.45 -60.65

17-Feb-17 8883.7 8821.7 8896.45 8804.25 92.2 62

16-Feb-17 8739 8778 8783.95 8719.6 64.35 -39

15-Feb-17 8778.95 8724.7 8807.9 8712.85 95.05 54.25

14-Feb-17 8819.9 8792.3 8820.45 8772.5 47.95 27.6

13-Feb-17 8819.8 8805.05 8826.9 8754.2 72.7 14.75

10-Feb-17 8812.35 8793.55 8822.1 8771.2 50.9 18.8

9-Feb-17 8795.55 8778.4 8821.4 8724.1 97.3 17.15

8-Feb-17 8774.55 8769.05 8791.25 8715 76.25 5.5

7-Feb-17 8805.7 8768.3 8809.3 8741.05 68.25 37.4

6-Feb-17 8785.45 8801.05 8814.1 8770.2 43.9 -15.6

3-Feb-17 8735.15 8740.95 8748.25 8707.75 40.5 -5.8

2-Feb-17 8724.75 8734.25 8757.6 8685.8 71.8 -9.5

1-Feb-17 8570.35 8716.4 8722.4 8537.5 184.9 -146.05

31-Jan-17 8629.45 8561.3 8631.75 8552.4 79.35 68.15


30-Jan-17 8635.55 8632.75 8662.6 8617.75 44.85 2.8

27-Jan-17 8610.5 8641.25 8672.7 8606.9 65.8 -30.75

25-Jan-17 8499.45 8602.75 8612.6 8493.95 118.65 -103.3

24-Jan-17 8407.05 8475.8 8480.95 8398.15 82.8 -68.75

23-Jan-17 8329.6 8391.5 8404.15 8327.2 76.95 -61.9

20-Jan-17 8404.35 8349.35 8423.65 8340.95 82.7 55

19-Jan-17 8418.4 8435.1 8445.15 8404.05 41.1 -16.7

18-Jan-17 8403.85 8417 8460.3 8397.4 62.9 -13.15

17-Jan-17 8415.05 8398 8440.9 8378.3 62.6 17.05

16-Jan-17 8390.95 8412.8 8426.7 8374.4 52.3 -21.85

13-Jan-17 8457.65 8400.35 8461.05 8373.15 87.9 57.3

12-Jan-17 8391.05 8407.2 8417.2 8382.3 34.9 -16.15

11-Jan-17 8327.8 8380.65 8389 8322.25 66.75 -52.85

10-Jan-17 8262.7 8288.6 8293.8 8261 32.8 -25.9

9-Jan-17 8259.35 8236.05 8263 8227.75 35.25 23.3

6-Jan-17 8281.85 8243.8 8306.85 8233.25 73.6 38.05

5-Jan-17 8226.65 8273.8 8282.65 8223.7 58.95 -47.15

4-Jan-17 8202.65 8190.5 8218.5 8180.9 37.6 12.15

3-Jan-17 8196.05 8192.25 8219.1 8148.6 70.5 3.8

2-Jan-17 8210.1 8179.5 8212 8133.8 78.2 30.6

30-Dec-16 8119.65 8185.8 8197 8114.75 82.25 -66.15

29-Dec-16 8030.6 8103.6 8111.1 8020.8 90.3 -73

28-Dec-16 8047.55 8034.85 8100.55 8028.4 72.15 12.7

27-Dec-16 7915.05 8032.85 8044.65 7903.7 140.95 -117.8

26-Dec-16 7965.1 7908.25 7970.05 7893.8 76.25 56.85

23-Dec-16 7972.5 7985.75 8022.6 7942.05 80.55 -13.25

22-Dec-16 8043.85 7979.1 8046.45 7964.95 81.5 64.75

21-Dec-16 8105.85 8061.3 8112.55 8053.25 59.3 44.55

20-Dec-16 8110.6 8082.4 8124.1 8062.75 61.35 28.2

19-Dec-16 8126 8104.35 8132.5 8094.85 37.65 21.65

16-Dec-16 8178.2 8139.45 8178.7 8127.45 51.25 38.75


15-Dec-16 8128.4 8153.6 8225.9 8121.95 103.95 -25.2

14-Dec-16 8229.35 8182.45 8229.4 8165.1 64.3 46.9

13-Dec-16 8196.15 8221.8 8228.85 8155.8 73.05 -25.65

12-Dec-16 8230.65 8170.8 8230.65 8154.45 76.2 59.85

9-Dec-16 8271.7 8261.75 8274.95 8241.95 33 9.95

8-Dec-16 8152.1 8246.85 8256.25 8151.75 104.5 -94.75

7-Dec-16 8168.4 8102.05 8190.45 8077.5 112.95 66.35

6-Dec-16 8153.15 8143.15 8178.7 8130.85 47.85 10

5-Dec-16 8088.75 8128.75 8141.9 8056.85 85.05 -40

2-Dec-16 8153.55 8086.8 8159.3 8070.05 89.25 66.75

1-Dec-16 8244 8192.9 8250.8 8185.05 65.75 51.1

30-Nov-16 8172.15 8224.5 8234.25 8139.25 95 -52.35

29-Nov-16 8131.55 8142.15 8197.35 8128.7 68.65 -10.6

28-Nov-16 8080.65 8126.9 8146.5 8066.5 80 -46.25

25-Nov-16 8007.95 8114.3 8122.25 7976.75 145.5 -106.35

24-Nov-16 8011.8 7965.5 8024.85 7952.55 72.3 46.3

23-Nov-16 8051.2 8033.3 8055.2 7973.1 82.1 17.9

22-Nov-16 7989.15 8002.3 8019.05 7938.15 80.9 -13.15

21-Nov-16 8102.1 7929.1 8102.45 7916.4 186.05 173

18-Nov-16 8097.55 8074.1 8128.95 8048.3 80.65 23.45

17-Nov-16 8105.1 8079.95 8151.25 8060.3 90.95 25.15

16-Nov-16 8205.65 8111.6 8210.05 8089.4 120.65 94.05

15-Nov-16 8284.85 8108.45 8288.55 8093.2 195.35 176.4

11-Nov-16 8456.65 8296.3 8460.6 8284.95 175.65 160.35

10-Nov-16 8555.6 8525.75 8598.45 8510.7 87.75 29.85

9-Nov-16 8067.5 8432 8476.2 8002.25 473.95 -364.5

8-Nov-16 8540 8543.55 8559.4 8480.1 79.3 -3.55

7-Nov-16 8535.75 8497.05 8535.85 8481.45 54.4 38.7

4-Nov-16 8503.6 8433.75 8504 8400.25 103.75 69.85

3-Nov-16 8499.85 8484.95 8537.65 8476.15 61.5 14.9

2-Nov-16 8542.8 8514 8549.5 8504.85 44.65 28.8


1-Nov-16 8653.15 8626.25 8669.6 8614.5 55.1 26.9

30-Oct-16 8672.35 8625.7 8678.25 8616.25 62 46.65

28-Oct-16 8625 8638 8653.75 8581.75 72 -13

27-Oct-16 8607.1 8615.25 8624.85 8550.25 74.6 -8.15

26-Oct-16 8657.3 8615.25 8657.3 8596.6 60.7 42.05

25-Oct-16 8721.7 8691.3 8722.65 8663.45 59.2 30.4

24-Oct-16 8709.85 8708.95 8736.95 8684.15 52.8 0.9

21-Oct-16 8708.6 8693.05 8709.1 8652.05 57.05 15.55

20-Oct-16 8693.35 8699.4 8727 8678.3 48.7 -6.05

19-Oct-16 8697.5 8659.1 8698.75 8636.7 62.05 38.4

18-Oct-16 8556.05 8677.9 8685.1 8555.9 129.2 -121.85

17-Oct-16 8612.95 8520.4 8615.4 8506.15 109.25 92.55

14-Oct-16 8594 8583.4 8604.45 8549.8 54.65 10.6

13-Oct-16 8671.5 8573.35 8681.55 8541.35 140.2 98.15

10-Oct-16 8735.35 8708.8 8745.8 8703.95 41.85 26.55

7-Oct-16 8721.7 8697.6 8723.7 8663.8 59.9 24.1

6-Oct-16 8768.7 8709.55 8781.15 8684.65 96.5 59.15

5-Oct-16 8806.35 8743.95 8806.95 8731.4 75.55 62.4

4-Oct-16 8770 8769.15 8783.65 8736.1 47.55 0.85

3-Oct-16 8666.15 8738.1 8745.2 8635 110.2 -71.95


CNX INFRA
Historic Data for the Period : 01-Oct-2016 to 30-Sep-2017

Period High : 3426.65 Period Low : 2580.45

- SPREAD -
Date Open Close High Low (Open-
(High-Low)
Close)
29-Sep-17 3226.35 3245.65 3257.6 3213.55 44.05 -19.3
28-Sep-17 3209.4 3210.8 3221.25 3190.45 30.8 -1.4
27-Sep-17 3287.7 3207.25 3287.9 3198.1 89.8 80.45
26-Sep-17 3270.05 3268.55 3284.65 3258.3 26.35 1.5
25-Sep-17 3317.8 3275.3 3319.6 3247.65 71.95 42.5
22-Sep-17 3382.35 3312 3383.9 3302.7 81.2 70.35
21-Sep-17 3404.1 3393.85 3417.5 3361.65 55.85 10.25
20-Sep-17 3389.65 3409.8 3424.75 3389.65 35.1 -20.15
19-Sep-17 3415.8 3409.7 3420 3386.4 33.6 6.1
18-Sep-17 3387.4 3411.85 3425.4 3387.4 38 -24.45
15-Sep-17 3384.15 3368.9 3391.85 3359.85 32 15.25
14-Sep-17 3389.4 3386.1 3412.7 3378.9 33.8 3.3
13-Sep-17 3397 3382.5 3402.2 3376.1 26.1 14.5
12-Sep-17 3377.8 3394.4 3397.4 3366.85 30.55 -16.6
11-Sep-17 3321.15 3367.85 3370.45 3298.55 71.9 -46.7
8-Sep-17 3291.3 3307.2 3322.3 3285.45 36.85 -15.9
7-Sep-17 3280.2 3278.35 3288.8 3274.15 14.65 1.85
6-Sep-17 3271.8 3272 3282.85 3266.1 16.75 -0.2
5-Sep-17 3297.15 3288.45 3305.75 3268.25 37.5 8.7
4-Sep-17 3316.6 3295.2 3327.95 3272.2 55.75 21.4
1-Sep-17 3326.05 3327.8 3337.05 3320.75 16.3 -1.75
31-Aug-17 3320.5 3323.8 3331.7 3300.7 31 -3.3
30-Aug-17 3308.05 3315.7 3327.8 3301.7 26.1 -7.65
29-Aug-17 3319.75 3288.35 3319.75 3280.6 39.15 31.4
28-Aug-17 3315.55 3334.05 3348.4 3310.35 38.05 -18.5
24-Aug-17 3309.05 3306.25 3313.55 3295.95 17.6 2.8
23-Aug-17 3283.05 3297.95 3302.9 3277.6 25.3 -14.9
22-Aug-17 3307.85 3270.6 3313.5 3264 49.5 37.25
21-Aug-17 3336.8 3287.7 3342.85 3281.9 60.95 49.1
18-Aug-17 3306.85 3326.85 3332.8 3303.95 28.85 -20
17-Aug-17 3324.7 3322.4 3345.95 3302.5 43.45 2.3
16-Aug-17 3316.7 3312.05 3319.15 3285.5 33.65 4.65
14-Aug-17 3279.7 3308.35 3317.2 3266.1 51.1 -28.65
11-Aug-17 3238.4 3257.2 3271.35 3234.2 37.15 -18.8
10-Aug-17 3324.35 3290.15 3324.35 3263.6 60.75 34.2
9-Aug-17 3365.1 3336 3377.8 3329.25 48.55 29.1
8-Aug-17 3410.1 3372.55 3420.05 3357.55 62.5 37.55
7-Aug-17 3416.65 3413.45 3426.65 3403.3 23.35 3.2
4-Aug-17 3397.45 3408.35 3414.85 3379.75 35.1 -10.9
3-Aug-17 3404.05 3402.45 3418.55 3384.85 33.7 1.6
2-Aug-17 3416.25 3401.05 3416.9 3393.45 23.45 15.2
1-Aug-17 3411.5 3407.85 3413.7 3385.95 27.75 3.65
31-Jul-17 3389.4 3401.35 3405.1 3373.55 31.55 -11.95
28-Jul-17 3365.95 3358.55 3372.7 3340.3 32.4 7.4
27-Jul-17 3397.75 3376.15 3404.6 3366.1 38.5 21.6
26-Jul-17 3382.85 3391.2 3393.85 3372.85 21 -8.35
25-Jul-17 3380.8 3380.6 3393.45 3369.15 24.3 0.2
24-Jul-17 3348.05 3369.4 3372.8 3344.7 28.1 -21.35
21-Jul-17 3379.05 3355.55 3379.05 3327.25 51.8 23.5
20-Jul-17 3382.65 3374.65 3390.3 3367.95 22.35 8
19-Jul-17 3359.2 3379.7 3384.55 3344.7 39.85 -20.5
18-Jul-17 3339.6 3346.85 3386.1 3337.7 48.4 -7.25
17-Jul-17 3351.1 3348.9 3358.65 3336.7 21.95 2.2
14-Jul-17 3343.55 3338.8 3343.55 3316.2 27.35 4.75
13-Jul-17 3327.25 3328.85 3336 3318.5 17.5 -1.6
12-Jul-17 3296.95 3305.45 3313.7 3296.45 17.25 -8.5
11-Jul-17 3305.2 3287.6 3317.1 3285.05 32.05 17.6
10-Jul-17 3262.2 3297.95 3302.55 3187.35 115.2 -35.75
7-Jul-17 3235.15 3240.55 3250.4 3231.35 19.05 -5.4
6-Jul-17 3233.1 3236.05 3244.75 3224.85 19.9 -2.95
5-Jul-17 3215.2 3226.4 3229.2 3212.95 16.25 -11.2
4-Jul-17 3240.7 3214.75 3241.5 3210.35 31.15 25.95
3-Jul-17 3206.5 3222.85 3231.2 3190.25 40.95 -16.35
30-Jun-17 3202.25 3201.35 3211.3 3170.6 40.7 0.9
29-Jun-17 3209.35 3208.7 3233.45 3201.65 31.8 0.65
28-Jun-17 3186.5 3200.55 3206.45 3166.85 39.6 -14.05
27-Jun-17 3199.7 3184.35 3212.8 3174 38.8 15.35
23-Jun-17 3224.5 3198.95 3226.05 3190.25 35.8 25.55
22-Jun-17 3245 3219.7 3253.5 3212.8 40.7 25.3
21-Jun-17 3243.45 3237.5 3252.75 3233.55 19.2 5.95
20-Jun-17 3242.75 3240.35 3254.7 3224.75 29.95 2.4
19-Jun-17 3217.9 3239.65 3242.45 3217.85 24.6 -21.75
16-Jun-17 3211.55 3208.05 3227.1 3197.4 29.7 3.5
15-Jun-17 3227.25 3209.4 3244.85 3206.35 38.5 17.85
14-Jun-17 3222.25 3233.85 3237 3207 30 -11.6
13-Jun-17 3213.4 3218.35 3232.5 3211.7 20.8 -4.95
12-Jun-17 3230.45 3205.85 3231.1 3182.4 48.7 24.6
9-Jun-17 3230.85 3236.5 3238.5 3217.8 20.7 -5.65
8-Jun-17 3244.55 3228.75 3247.7 3222.9 24.8 15.8
7-Jun-17 3235.6 3241.3 3246.4 3230.4 16 -5.7
6-Jun-17 3273.5 3228 3273.6 3224.7 48.9 45.5
5-Jun-17 3267.35 3271.65 3281.05 3257.2 23.85 -4.3
2-Jun-17 3255.2 3253.95 3262.3 3245.35 16.95 1.25
1-Jun-17 3213.45 3240 3245.55 3209.45 36.1 -26.55
31-May-17 3220.7 3213.15 3238.95 3209.15 29.8 7.55
30-May-17 3238.55 3211.25 3240.6 3187.8 52.8 27.3
29-May-17 3251.9 3222.65 3254.45 3203.3 51.15 29.25
26-May-17 3209.85 3250.2 3258.85 3202.05 56.8 -40.35
25-May-17 3153.8 3207.05 3213.1 3133.55 79.55 -53.25
24-May-17 3208.8 3141.95 3228.85 3136 92.85 66.85
23-May-17 3253.3 3204.75 3256.7 3194.2 62.5 48.55
22-May-17 3264.8 3253.2 3278.8 3242.7 36.1 11.6
19-May-17 3263.5 3248.2 3279.7 3227 52.7 15.3
18-May-17 3279.55 3243.75 3296.6 3238.85 57.75 35.8
17-May-17 3294.3 3304.2 3313.9 3282.05 31.85 -9.9
16-May-17 3283.2 3293.45 3295.8 3280.05 15.75 -10.25
15-May-17 3287.15 3277.35 3289.4 3266.9 22.5 9.8
12-May-17 3282.05 3272.85 3290.2 3263.1 27.1 9.2
11-May-17 3304.4 3282.8 3306.75 3270.05 36.7 21.6
10-May-17 3257.3 3296.4 3308.1 3257.3 50.8 -39.1
9-May-17 3229.9 3257.9 3268.15 3223.65 44.5 -28
8-May-17 3219.2 3227.5 3234.2 3210.95 23.25 -8.3
5-May-17 3240.85 3217.35 3241.85 3200.6 41.25 23.5
4-May-17 3230.55 3241.55 3251.5 3226.9 24.6 -11
3-May-17 3242.1 3223.2 3258.45 3220.55 37.9 18.9
2-May-17 3260.2 3231.2 3268.8 3226 42.8 29
28-Apr-17 3262 3255.2 3265.2 3245.9 19.3 6.8
27-Apr-17 3251.15 3265.05 3280.3 3245 35.3 -13.9
26-Apr-17 3272.35 3255.2 3277.15 3233.35 43.8 17.15
25-Apr-17 3251.15 3267.45 3273.15 3246.35 26.8 -16.3
24-Apr-17 3209.1 3237.7 3240.15 3206.75 33.4 -28.6
21-Apr-17 3205.35 3196.95 3213.2 3181.25 31.95 8.4
20-Apr-17 3191.45 3187.65 3195.35 3176.1 19.25 3.8
19-Apr-17 3148.4 3183.25 3187.9 3142.45 45.45 -34.85
18-Apr-17 3158.35 3142.35 3197.65 3134.1 63.55 16
17-Apr-17 3165.2 3152.9 3168.3 3144.55 23.75 12.3
13-Apr-17 3184.4 3160.05 3184.55 3154.8 29.75 24.35
12-Apr-17 3203.65 3190.85 3214.55 3163.25 51.3 12.8
11-Apr-17 3188.5 3209.25 3216.05 3179.15 36.9 -20.75
10-Apr-17 3202.05 3189.55 3214.55 3177.65 36.9 12.5
7-Apr-17 3187.75 3190.7 3225.45 3183.45 42 -2.95
6-Apr-17 3187.05 3196.6 3201.95 3171.65 30.3 -9.55
5-Apr-17 3152.8 3195.5 3199.6 3145.7 53.9 -42.7
3-Apr-17 3103.55 3147.5 3151.9 3090.35 61.55 -43.95
31-Mar-17 3080.75 3096.65 3112.3 3078.15 34.15 -15.9
30-Mar-17 3081.15 3082.6 3092.5 3073.05 19.45 -1.45
29-Mar-17 3065.35 3073.05 3077.05 3060.2 16.85 -7.7
28-Mar-17 3041.75 3049.7 3057.2 3041.1 16.1 -7.95
27-Mar-17 3043.6 3032.25 3045.5 3023.85 21.65 11.35
24-Mar-17 3051 3045.15 3057.35 3039.75 17.6 5.85
23-Mar-17 3027.85 3039.1 3045.15 3017.3 27.85 -11.25
22-Mar-17 3032 3014.05 3033.65 3009.05 24.6 17.95
21-Mar-17 3066.05 3056.05 3070.6 3040.95 29.65 10
20-Mar-17 3067.9 3055.2 3089.35 3039.4 49.95 12.7
17-Mar-17 3113.9 3066.25 3115.1 3055.85 59.25 47.65
16-Mar-17 3078.6 3103.9 3105.9 3077.05 28.85 -25.3
15-Mar-17 3051.1 3061.7 3066.15 3040.95 25.2 -10.6
14-Mar-17 3045.05 3049.65 3053.65 3033.15 20.5 -4.6
10-Mar-17 2989.35 2987.35 3000.85 2978.4 22.45 2
9-Mar-17 2980 2980 2992.1 2967.6 24.5 0
8-Mar-17 3006.55 2986.95 3009.3 2979.9 29.4 19.6
7-Mar-17 3010.9 3006.2 3017.2 3000.9 16.3 4.7
6-Mar-17 2974.5 3003.15 3006.35 2974.15 32.2 -28.65
3-Mar-17 2950.35 2965.55 2969.3 2947.15 22.15 -15.2
2-Mar-17 3009.85 2953 3011.3 2946.5 64.8 56.85
1-Mar-17 3008.75 2994.75 3018.8 2990.35 28.45 14
28-Feb-17 2978.9 2997.85 3004.95 2978.35 26.6 -18.95
27-Feb-17 3022.35 2975.5 3023.55 2970.8 52.75 46.85
23-Feb-17 3025.4 3013.35 3050.45 3008.5 41.95 12.05
22-Feb-17 3040.45 3010.15 3044.1 3004.1 40 30.3
21-Feb-17 3038.55 3031.65 3046.05 3026.3 19.75 6.9
20-Feb-17 3024.05 3042.2 3048.15 3020.1 28.05 -18.15
17-Feb-17 3009.15 3011 3017.55 2996.55 21 -1.85
16-Feb-17 2999.4 3006.2 3013.9 2979.25 34.65 -6.8
15-Feb-17 3038 3002 3047 2997.8 49.2 36
14-Feb-17 3041.25 3039.65 3046 3016.1 29.9 1.6
13-Feb-17 3039.6 3036.1 3046.65 3008.3 38.35 3.5
10-Feb-17 3044.55 3038.85 3050.95 3027.95 23 5.7
9-Feb-17 3036.9 3029.05 3046.95 3007.6 39.35 7.85
8-Feb-17 3023.3 3028.95 3036.1 2998.8 37.3 -5.65
7-Feb-17 3012.6 3011.65 3025.9 3002.25 23.65 0.95
6-Feb-17 3003.2 3012.25 3021.7 2995.45 26.25 -9.05
3-Feb-17 2982.4 2989.25 2995 2972.7 22.3 -6.85
2-Feb-17 2981.8 2978.55 2993.1 2971.55 21.55 3.25
1-Feb-17 2944 2975.6 2979.3 2921.85 57.45 -31.6
31-Jan-17 2965.5 2939.6 2969.15 2932.9 36.25 25.9
30-Jan-17 2929.45 2957.7 2994 2925.85 68.15 -28.25
27-Jan-17 2894.8 2930.2 2941.9 2894.5 47.4 -35.4
25-Jan-17 2868.15 2892.6 2895.55 2863.55 32 -24.45
24-Jan-17 2836.2 2870.05 2873.3 2835.3 38 -33.85
23-Jan-17 2838.9 2828.8 2848.8 2813 35.8 10.1
20-Jan-17 2888.85 2841.1 2893.35 2838.05 55.3 47.75
19-Jan-17 2880.2 2892.7 2896.6 2873.85 22.75 -12.5
18-Jan-17 2886.65 2878.75 2906.3 2870.65 35.65 7.9
17-Jan-17 2883.8 2882.5 2894.05 2868.7 25.35 1.3
16-Jan-17 2866.2 2880.35 2891.25 2862.1 29.15 -14.15
13-Jan-17 2906.55 2869.95 2906.7 2858.15 48.55 36.6
12-Jan-17 2838.35 2890 2895.1 2837.6 57.5 -51.65
11-Jan-17 2815.25 2830.5 2835.9 2810.7 25.2 -15.25
10-Jan-17 2788.2 2801 2804.9 2785.65 19.25 -12.8
9-Jan-17 2801.5 2781.5 2801.5 2779 22.5 20
6-Jan-17 2810.35 2796.4 2827.05 2792.45 34.6 13.95
5-Jan-17 2771.15 2807.1 2809.65 2767.25 42.4 -35.95
4-Jan-17 2749.2 2766.95 2770.05 2746.8 23.25 -17.75
3-Jan-17 2744.25 2745.7 2757.65 2734.4 23.25 -1.45
2-Jan-17 2718.35 2736.8 2745.45 2709.6 35.85 -18.45
30-Dec-16 2693.15 2712.25 2714.9 2692.9 22 -19.1
29-Dec-16 2670.85 2688.5 2692.65 2668.2 24.45 -17.65
28-Dec-16 2676.9 2675.75 2704.25 2669.3 34.95 1.15
27-Dec-16 2639.2 2673.45 2677.45 2622.75 54.7 -34.25
26-Dec-16 2665.05 2637.55 2666.6 2629.5 37.1 27.5
23-Dec-16 2657.15 2669.5 2679.3 2628.1 51.2 -12.35
22-Dec-16 2697.25 2654 2703.1 2649.25 53.85 43.25
21-Dec-16 2716 2704.75 2719.45 2700.75 18.7 11.25
20-Dec-16 2721.35 2706.35 2723.95 2698.8 25.15 15
19-Dec-16 2738.25 2717.75 2739 2714.35 24.65 20.5
16-Dec-16 2755 2736.05 2756.45 2731.65 24.8 18.95
15-Dec-16 2742.4 2748.95 2772.75 2737.75 35 -6.55
14-Dec-16 2787.7 2757.45 2787.7 2754.95 32.75 30.25
13-Dec-16 2774.95 2783.25 2786.75 2766.65 20.1 -8.3
12-Dec-16 2775.9 2770.95 2783.85 2763.3 20.55 4.95
9-Dec-16 2795.85 2780 2797.6 2769.05 28.55 15.85
8-Dec-16 2773.8 2782.9 2789.65 2769.6 20.05 -9.1
7-Dec-16 2772.3 2752.4 2777.3 2744.15 33.15 19.9
6-Dec-16 2760.65 2759.25 2778.2 2752.35 25.85 1.4
5-Dec-16 2733.8 2748.45 2756.55 2728.5 28.05 -14.65
2-Dec-16 2753.15 2737.8 2757.35 2730.55 26.8 15.35
1-Dec-16 2798.15 2767.4 2798.15 2762.75 35.4 30.75
30-Nov-16 2774.5 2791.95 2795.45 2755.9 39.55 -17.45
29-Nov-16 2757.3 2759.25 2774.45 2750.7 23.75 -1.95
28-Nov-16 2703.45 2748 2756.8 2698.85 57.95 -44.55
25-Nov-16 2684.55 2707.05 2711.15 2669.1 42.05 -22.5
24-Nov-16 2673.5 2671.3 2687.45 2655.1 32.35 2.2
23-Nov-16 2679.95 2680.3 2695 2661.9 33.1 -0.35
22-Nov-16 2678.3 2653.3 2681.05 2623.4 57.65 25
21-Nov-16 2729.3 2661.3 2729.95 2656.5 73.45 68
18-Nov-16 2709.4 2718.2 2729.95 2693.75 36.2 -8.8
17-Nov-16 2716.55 2702.75 2728.05 2679.2 48.85 13.8
16-Nov-16 2730.05 2711.25 2731.25 2686.05 45.2 18.8
15-Nov-16 2737.3 2700.45 2744.2 2680.7 63.5 36.85
11-Nov-16 2785.1 2741.75 2790.05 2736.4 53.65 43.35
10-Nov-16 2784.8 2816.85 2826.65 2782.95 43.7 -32.05
9-Nov-16 2628.65 2745.6 2765.4 2580.45 184.95 -116.95
8-Nov-16 2786.15 2779.3 2788 2761.6 26.4 6.85
7-Nov-16 2802 2774.4 2804.6 2768.45 36.15 27.6
4-Nov-16 2805.75 2774.4 2811.05 2759.75 51.3 31.35
3-Nov-16 2829.35 2814 2849.8 2811.2 38.6 15.35
2-Nov-16 2841.5 2834.75 2851.15 2828.8 22.35 6.75
1-Nov-16 2872.55 2867.3 2890.7 2859.2 31.5 5.25
30-Oct-16 2875.55 2862.8 2882.95 2856.85 26.1 12.75
28-Oct-16 2865.75 2869.75 2883.5 2852.55 30.95 -4
27-Oct-16 2864.25 2864.65 2870.5 2839.9 30.6 -0.4
26-Oct-16 2893.55 2879.25 2900.85 2869.8 31.05 14.3
25-Oct-16 2873.55 2895.8 2897.45 2857.5 39.95 -22.25
24-Oct-16 2890.7 2876.75 2900.65 2873.25 27.4 13.95
21-Oct-16 2883.8 2889.55 2892.8 2865.4 27.4 -5.75
20-Oct-16 2864.75 2879.65 2882.9 2855.75 27.15 -14.9
19-Oct-16 2837.6 2853.05 2861.35 2825.05 36.3 -15.45
18-Oct-16 2788.35 2830.25 2833.2 2784.8 48.4 -41.9
17-Oct-16 2813.15 2776.25 2818.8 2771.45 47.35 36.9
14-Oct-16 2792.7 2811.25 2815.5 2778.9 36.6 -18.55
13-Oct-16 2823.1 2782.85 2824.1 2777.55 46.55 40.25
10-Oct-16 2854.55 2837.2 2860 2833.95 26.05 17.35
7-Oct-16 2851.6 2846.4 2854.65 2831 23.65 5.2
6-Oct-16 2876.35 2848.5 2884.2 2839.05 45.15 27.85
5-Oct-16 2869.35 2861.8 2874.65 2853.85 20.8 7.55
4-Oct-16 2864.85 2858.1 2867.15 2838.2 28.95 6.75
3-Oct-16 2808.2 2855.35 2859.45 2804.2 55.25 -47.15

PORTFOLIO

Particulars Investments Todays Gain Overall Gain Latest Value


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Stocks Add | Import | Edit 1,027,485 17,793 (1.82%) 994,466
3.21%)

Company Live Day's Day's Overall Overall Latest


Change Quantity Inv. Price
Sector Price Gain Gain% Gain Gain% Value
Canara Bank
383.95 13.85 20 413 277 3.74% -581 -7.03% 7,679
Banking/Finance
Cipla
594.75 1.1 200 627 220 0.19% -6,450 -5.14% 118,950
Pharmaceuticals
HDFC Bank
1804.95 4.7 50 1,821.00 235 0.26% -802 -0.88% 90,248
Banking/Finance
Hindalco
254.9 3.05 100 274 305 1.21% -1,910 -6.97% 25,490
Metals & Mining
Infosys
987.9 36.1 50 927 1,805 3.79% 3,045 6.57% 49,395
Technology
Larsen
1217 7.5 50 1,218.00 375 0.62% -50 -0.08% 60,850
Engineering
MRF
69386.95 994.65 5 66,105.00 4,973 1.45% 16,410 4.96% 346,935
Automotive
PNB
187.85 7.15 1000 199 7,150 3.96% -11,150 -5.60% 187,850
Banking/Finance
Reliance
904.55 20.85 100 953 2,085 2.36% -4,845 -5.08% 90,455
Oil & Gas
SBI
332.3 7.35 50 318 368 2.26% 715 4.50% 16,615
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