Reliance Industries Limited

Energy / Crude Oil & Natural Gas




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Market Cap
Dividends Per Share

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Current Key Metrics

Particular Values
Face Value 10.0
Market Cap (Rs Cr) 864037.39
EPS 55.47
Book Value Per Share 639.41
Outstanding Shares (Cr) 633.9
PE Ratio 24.57
PEG Ratio 4.91
Enterprise Value 1017464.39
Return on Equity 0.0868
Return on Cap Employed NA
Current Ratio 0.61
Total Debt 157195.0
Revenue Growth (1Yr %) 0.24
Profit Growth (1Yr %) 0.05



Avg ROE (3 Yrs):

ROE shows how efficiently a company generates profit from the money that the shareholders have invested. It is advisable to invest in companies with 3-Yr Avg ROE greater than 15%.


Avg ROCE (3 Yrs):

ROCE measures the company’s profit and efficiency in terms of the capital it employes. A higher ROCE is better and it is favourable to invest in companies with 3-Yr Avg ROCE greater than 15%..

Operating Cashflow

OCF 3-Yr Growth:

OCF measures the amount of cash generated by a company's day-to-day business. It is advisable to invest in companies with growing OCF as it indicates that company can generate sufficient +ve cash flow to maintain and grow its operations.

Shareholder's Fund

Shareholder's Fund:

It represents the net worth of a company in terms of the excess of the assets over the liabilities. If it's in positive territory, the company has sufficient assets to cover its liabilities.

Revenue, Net Profit, NPM

Revenue is the total money collected or the company expects to collect from the sale of its products/services. Net profit is the difference between total revenue and total expenses. Ratio of Net profit by total Revenue gives the net profit margin (NPM). It is advisable to invest in companies with consistently growing revenue & profits for last mulitple years as it reflects profitability of the business.


Particular 1 Yr CAGR 3 Yr CAGR 5 Yr CAGR

While looking at the growth aspect of a company, always check consistency for last multiple years. A company can grow a very fast pace for an year. However, it's the consistent growth for last many year that matters more. Further, also compare the last year growth with historical growth rate.

Dividends Yield vs DPR

Avg Dividend Yield (3 Yrs):

Dividend yield shows the amount of annual dividend per share as a percentage of its share price. As a thumb rule, a high avg dividend yield is favouable for dividend investors.

Leverage and Liquidity

Debt to Equity

Debt to Equity:

It shows how much capital amount is borrowed (debt) vs that of contributed by the shareholders (equity) in a company. As a thumb rule, invest in companies with d/e ratio less than one.

Current Ratio

Current Ratio:

It tells you the ability of a company to pay its short-term liabilities with short-term assets. For a sufficient liquid company, it is advisable to invest in companies with this ratio greater than one.

Interest Coverage Ratio

Int Coverage Ratio:

It is used to check how well a company can meet its interest obligation. A higher ratio is preferable as it reflects debt serving ability, repayment capability and credit rating for new borrowings.


PE Ratio

Avg PE (3 Yrs):

PE is a popular valuation ratio that represents how much a company is priced compared to one rupee earnings of that company. A lower PE ratio compared to historical PE or industry avg suggests a lower valuation.


EV/EBITDA (Avg 3Yr) :

This ratio is computed by dividing enterprise value by EBITDA.The lower the ratio, the cheaper the valuation for a company. However, this value may be higher in high-growth industries and lower in slow growth industry.

5-Year Analysis & Factsheet

Here is the last 5-Yr analysis of the different matrices of the company for evaluting the its current performace compared to its historical performaces.
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Current Assets
Current Liabilities
Current Ratio
Dividend Per Share Unadj.
Face Value
Interest Coverage
Debt To Equity
Operating margin
Price to Book Value
Price to Earnings
Return on Capital Employed
Return on Equity
Total Debt

Annual Reports

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