Today the share price of India’s leading pharma company Cipla Limited fell almost 3.5%. Cipla promoters Yusuf Hamied and Mustafa Hamied sold their 2.5% stake through a block deal.
Cipla told the exchanges that the promoters of the company, which is still in its eighties, are selling their stake due to personal and philanthropy reasons.
Now the promoter group holds a 34.23% stake in Cipla and the company said that the promoter has no plans to sell a further stake in the near future.
Cipla has given almost 9.5% returns in the last one year and the share price of the company has increased by around 56% in the last 5 years.
|52 Week High||1,005.00|
|52 Week Low||738.10|
|Mkt Cap (Rs. Cr.)||74,375|
|Book Value Per Share||229.84|
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|Net Profit 2021 (Rs. Cr.)||2,401|
|Debt to equity (2021)||0.08|
|Revenue 2021 (Rs. Cr.)||19,159|
|Dividend/Share (INR) (Mar 2021)||5.00|
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