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Max Financial Services Ltd (MAXI.NS)

MAXI.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

548.90INR
5:36am GMT
Change (% chg)

Rs-6.15 (-1.11%)
Prev Close
Rs555.05
Open
Rs555.10
Day's High
Rs559.65
Day's Low
Rs547.10
Volume
40,394
Avg. Vol
678,133
52-wk High
Rs683.95
52-wk Low
Rs512.30

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About

Max Financial Services Limited, formerly Max India Limited, is an India-based holding company. The Company is engaged in the business of investments and providing consultancy services to its subsidiaries. It operates through the Business Investment segment, which is engaged in growing and nurturing its business investments and... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.00
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs159,822.70
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 268.38
Dividend: 1.80
Yield (%): 0.60

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 14.18 16.44
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 10.62
ROE: -- 4.73 14.20

BRIEF-India's Max Financial Services Sept-qtr loss widens

* Net loss in sept quarter last year was 131.2 million rupees; revenue from operations was 129.6 million rupees

13 Nov 2017

Goldman units to sell up to $110 million stake in India's Max Financial

MUMBAI Goldman Sachs will sell shares worth up to $110 million in India's Max Financial Services Ltd on Friday, according to a deal term sheet seen by Reuters.

14 Sep 2017

Goldman units to sell up to $110 mln stake in India's Max Financial

MUMBAI, Sept 14 Goldman Sachs will sell shares worth up to $110 million in India's Max Financial Services Ltd on Friday, according to a deal term sheet seen by Reuters.

14 Sep 2017

BRIEF-India's Max Financial Services June-qtr profit down about 38 pct

* Net profit after tax in June quarter last year was 1.07 billion rupees; total revenue was 1.32 billion rupees Source text: (http://bit.ly/2vmo1Xw) Further company coverage:

09 Aug 2017

India's Max Financial calls off merger with HDFC Standard Life Insurance

July 31 India's Max Financial Services on Monday called off its proposed merger with HDFC Standard Life Insurance Co Ltd, citing delays in the process.

31 Jul 2017

BRIEF-Max Financial Services says inordinate time for finalization led to withdrawal of merger with HDFC Life

* Inordinate time associated with finalization and approval of structures led to withdrawal of merger with HDFC Life

31 Jul 2017

BRIEF-Max Financial Services withdraws merger agreement with HDFC Standard Life Insurance

* Amalgamation agreement between co, Max Life Insurance, Max India and HDFC Standard Life Insurance is not being extended further

31 Jul 2017

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