Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited declared dividend of Rs 5 | BPCL dividend

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Recently BPCL (Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited) company has announced a dividend and their ex-dividend date is approaching. Ex-divided is the date before which if you buy shares of the company, then you will be eligible for a dividend of that company.

BPCL dividend

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited: This is a PSU company involved in the refining of crude oil and the market of petroleum products. This company has declared a dividend of Rs 5 per share and its ex-dividend date is 10 February 2022.

Shareholders held on or before February 9th will be eligible for the dividend. The dividend yield of this dividend is made up to 1.32%.

The company’s PE ratio is 6.06 and the debt to equity ratio is 1.2.

The company’s return on equity is 27.85% and its net profit margin is 5.88%. In the last 5 years, the sales of the company have compounded at the rate of 4.15% and the share of the company has gone down by 6.35% in the last one year.

The company’s stock has gone down by a rate of 3.88% in the last 5 years.

52 Week High503.00
52 Week Low357.40
Sector PE23.67
Face Value10
Dividend Yield20.97
Mkt Cap (Rs. Cr.)81,704
Book Value Per Share243.29

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Net Profit 2021 (Rs. Cr.)17,645
Debt to equity (2021)0.75
Revenue 2021 (Rs. Cr.)230,162
Dividend/Share (INR) (Mar 2021)79.00
Promoters holding52.98%

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