The inventory quoted a 52-week excessive value of Rs 269.7 and a low of Rs 74.5. The return on fairness for the inventory stood at 5.41 per cent. About 1,096,925 shares have modified arms on the counter thus far.
The inventory’s beta worth, which measures its volatility in relation to the broader market, stood at 1.73.
The scrip has been an outperformer, up 185.95 per cent prior to now one 12 months compared with a 26.86 per cent acquire in Sensex.
On the technical charts, the 200-day shifting common (DMA) of the inventory stood at Rs 74.5 on December 28, whereas the 50-DMA was at Rs 227.9. If a inventory trades effectively above 50-DMA and 200-DMA, it often means the instant pattern is upward. However, if the inventory trades effectively under 50-DMA and 200-DMA each, it’s thought-about a bearish pattern and if trades between these averages, then it suggests the inventory can go both means.
Promoters held 46.86 per cent stake in Tata Energy Firm Ltd. as of 30-Sep-2021. Mutual funds and overseas institutional buyers held 8.3 per cent and 11.06 per cent stake.