Lloyds Steels Industries Limited
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Lloyds Steels Industries Limited had its IPO on under the ticker symbol LSIL.
The company operates in the sector and industry. Lloyds Steels Industries Limited has a staff strength of 0 employees.
Shares of Lloyds Steels Industries Limited opened at 23.4 at the start of the last trading session i.e. 2023-05-28.
The stocks traded within a range of 23.3 - 23.95, and closed at 23.75.
This is a +1.28% increase from the previous day's closing price.
A total volume of 3,756,997 shares were traded at the close of the day’s session.
In the last one week, shares of Lloyds Steels Industries Limited have slipped by -4.62%.
Lloyds Steels Industries Limited's Key Ratios
Lloyds Steels Industries Limited has a market cap of 0, indicating a price to book ratio of and a price to sales ratio of .
In the last 12-months Lloyds Steels Industries Limited’s revenue was 0 with a gross profit of 0 and an EBITDA of 0. The EBITDA ratio measures Lloyds Steels Industries Limited's overall financial performance and is widely used to measure its profitability.
In the trailing 12-month period, Lloyds Steels Industries Limited’s operating margin was 0% while its return on assets stood at 0% with a return of equity of 0%.
In Q0.33333333333333, Lloyds Steels Industries Limited’s quarterly earnings growth was a positive 0% while revenue growth was a positive 0%.
Lloyds Steels Industries Limited’s PE and PEG Ratio
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Its diluted EPS in the last 12-months stands at per share while it has a forward price to earnings multiple of and a PEG multiple of . A low price to earnings ratio can mean the stock is attractively valued while a high ratio suggests the stock may be overvalued.
The PEG on the other hand provides a broader view compared to the P/E ratio and gives greater insight into Lloyds Steels Industries Limited’s profitability.
Lloyds Steels Industries Limited stock is trading at a EV to sales ratio of and a EV to EBITDA ratio of . Its price to sales ratio in the trailing 12-months stood at .
Lloyds Steels Industries Limited stock pays annual dividends of per share, indicating a yield of and a payout ratio of 0%.
Balance sheet and cash flow metrics
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Lloyds Steels Industries Limited ended 1970 with 0 in total assets and 0 in total liabilities. Its intangible assets were valued at 0 while shareholder equity stood at 0.
Lloyds Steels Industries Limited ended 1970 with 0 in deferred long-term liabilities, 0 in other current liabilities, in common stock, 0 in retained earnings and 0 in goodwill. Its cash balance stood at 0 and cash and short-term investments were 0. The company’s total short-term debt was 0 while long-term debt stood at 0.
Lloyds Steels Industries Limited’s total current assets stands at 0 while long-term investments were 0 and short-term investments were 0. Its net receivables were 0 compared to accounts payable of 0 and inventory worth 0.
In 1970, Lloyds Steels Industries Limited's operating cash flow was 0 while its capital expenditure stood at 0.
Comparatively, Lloyds Steels Industries Limited paid 0 in dividends in 1970.
Other key metrics
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Lloyds Steels Industries Limited stock is currently trading at 23.75 per share. It touched a 52-week high of and a 52-week low of . Analysts tracking the stock have a 12-month average target price of .
Its 50-day moving average was 20.4 and 200-day moving average was 17.04 The short ratio stood at indicating a short percent outstanding of 0%.
Around 0% of the company’s stock are held by insiders while 0% are held by institutions.
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