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Can Fin Homes Ltd (CNFH.NS)

CNFH.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

516.50INR
5:25am GMT
Change (% chg)

Rs4.95 (+0.97%)
Prev Close
Rs511.55
Open
Rs516.00
Day's High
Rs522.00
Day's Low
Rs515.00
Volume
466,897
Avg. Vol
1,038,232
52-wk High
Rs666.00
52-wk Low
Rs376.42

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About

Can Fin Homes Ltd. is a housing finance company. The Company offers housing loan to individuals; housing loan to builders/developers, and loan against property. Its loan portfolio includes housing loans and non-housing loans. Its housing loan products include individual home loans and various schemes related to the construction... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.74
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs70,429.17
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 26.62
Dividend: 10.00
Yield (%): 0.38

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 57.91 16.60
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 1.82 10.66
ROE: -- 8.97 14.30

BRIEF-India's Can Fin Homes Dec-Qtr Profit Rises

* DEC QUARTER NET PROFIT 801 MILLION RUPEES VERSUS PROFIT 596 MILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO

23 Jan 2018

BRIEF-Can Fin Homes Signs Contract With "Canara HSBC Oriental Bank Of Commerce Life Insurance Company Ltd"

* CAN FIN HOMES - SIGNS CONTRACT WITH "CANARA HSBC ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD" FOR CARRYING OUT CORPORATE AGENCY BUSINESS Source text: http://bit.ly/2EsVyTf Further company coverage:

10 Jan 2018

BRIEF-Canara Bank Does Not Accept Bid From Empanelled Merchant Bankers For Can Fin Homes Stake Sale

* CO DID NOT ACCEPT BID FROM EMPANELLED MERCHANT BANKERS FOR SALE OF 4 PERCENT STAKE IN CAN FIN HOMES Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

10 Jan 2018

BRIEF-Canara Bank Proposes To Offload 4 Pct Stake In Can Fin Homes

* SAYS PROPOSES TO OFFLOAD 4 PERCENT STAKE IN CAN FIN HOMES THROUGH EMPANELLED MERCHANT BANKERS/INVESTMENT BANKERS Source text: http://bit.ly/2p5TTjy Further company coverage:

21 Dec 2017

BRIEF-India's Can Fin Homes Sept-qtr net PAT rises

* Sept quarter net PAT 749.9 million rupees versus profit of 550.6 million rupees year ago

24 Oct 2017

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