This multibagger stock delivered exceptional returns to its investors; do you have it?
The company registered more than 5000% returns in just two years.
XPRO India Ltd is engaged mainly in the business of polymer processing at multiple locations and is a leading manufacturer in India of Coextruded Plastic Films, thermoformed liners and speciality films (including dielectric films and special purpose BOPP Films).
The share price of this company was Rs 14.91 on 25 August 2020 and on 25 August 2022, the share price ended at Rs 775.05, registering a growth of 5098.18%. An investment of 1 lakh would have been 50 lakhs in two years. These returns are truly extraordinary.
The company has continued to perform well in the quarter under review. In Q1FY23, revenue jumped by 75.19% YoY to Rs 159.63 crore from Rs 91.12 crore in Q1FY22. PBIDT (Ex OI) was reported at Rs 23.08 crore, up by 106.78% as compared to Rs 11.16 crore reported in the same quarter of the last year. PAT was reported at Rs 18.53 crore, a gain of 269.27% from Rs 5.02 crore in the same quarter the previous year.
The company is currently trading at a TTM PE of 23.17x, as against the industry PE of 20.44x. In FY22, the company delivered an ROE & ROCE of 40.04% and 22.21%, respectively. On 25 August, the scrip touched a high and low of Rs 795 and Rs 751, respectively.
The stock has been gaining in the past 2 trading sessions and has delivered 3.97% returns in the same period. As the trading session ended the shares of Xpro India Ltd ended at Rs 775.05 registering a gain of 1.43% on BSE. The shares of Xpro India Ltd have a 52-week high and low of Rs 1116.56 and Rs 211.61 respectively on BSE.
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