BHARAT PETROLEUM CORPORATION
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Bharat Petroleum has an operating revenue of Rs. 435,308.08 Cr. on a trailing 12-month basis. An annual revenue growth of 50% is outstanding, Pre-tax margin of 4% needs improvement, ROE of 22% is exceptional. The company has a debt to equity of 70%, which is bit higher. The stock from a technical standpoint is trading close to its 200DMA and around 9% above its 50DMA. It needs to stay above the 200DMA levels to make any further meaningful move. From an O'Neil Methodology perspective, the stock has an EPS Rank of 8 which is a FAIR score but needs to improve its earnings, a RS Rating of 38 which is POOR indicating the underperformance as compared to other stocks, Buyer Demand at A which is evident from recent demand for the stock, Group Rank of 144 indicates it belongs to a poor industry group of Oil&Gas-Refining/Mktg and a Master Score of D is close to being the worst. Institutional holding has declined in the last reported quarter is a negative sign. Overall, the stock has mediocre earnings and technical strength, there are superior stocks in the current market environment.
|Indicator||Sep 2022||Jun 2022||Mar 2022||Dec 2021||Sep 2021||Jun 2021||Mar 2021|
|Oper Rev Qtr Cr||114,808||121,066||108,774||101,045||101,632||70,921||76,882|
|Operating Expenses Qtr Cr||113,374||126,968||104,524||96,832||97,154||67,669||71,824|
|Operating Profit Qtr Cr||1,434||-5,902||4,249||4,213||4,478||3,253||5,058|
|Depreciation Qtr Cr||1,557||1,611||1,274||1,168||1,168||1,145||1,000|
|Interest Qtr Cr||811||616||534||446||394||487||478|
|Tax Qtr Cr||-72||-1,397||909||819||902||494||297|
|Net Profit Qtr Cr||-304||-6,291||2,131||2,462||2,694||1,502||11,940|
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Technicals
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Bharat Petroleum Corporation Resistance and Support
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Bharat Petroleum Corporation Delivery and Volume
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Bharat Petroleum Corporation Result Highlights
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Synopsis
NSE-Oil&Gas-Refining/MktgBharat Petroleum is involved in the business activities of Production of liquid and gaseous fuels, illuminating oils, lubricating oils or greases or other products from crude petroleum or bituminous minerals. Company’s Total Operating Revenue is Rs. 362276.77 Cr. and Equity Capital is Rs. 2129.45 Cr. for the Year ended 31/03/2022. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. is a Public Limited Listed company incorporated on 03/11/1952 and has its registered office in the State of Maharashtra, India. Company’s Corporate Identification Number(CIN) is L23220MH1952GOI008931 and registration number is 008931.
|Shares in Float||101.95|
|No of funds||962|
|U/D Vol ratio||1.2|
|LTDebt / Equity||31|
Bharat Petroleum Corporation
|Foreign Portfolio Investors||12.96%||13.17%||13.69%|
|Financial Institutions/ Banks||0.01%||0.14%||0.14%|
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Management
|Mr. Arun Kumar Singh||Chairman & Managing Director|
|Mr. Vetsa Ramakrishna Gupta||Director - Finance|
|Mr. Sanjay Khanna||Director - Refineries|
|Mr. Pradeep Agrawal||Independent Director|
|Dr.(Mrs.) Aiswarya Biswal||Independent Director|
|Prof. (Dr) Bhagwati Prasad Saraswat||Independent Director|
|Mr. Ghanshyam Sher||Independent Director|
|Mr. Gopal Krishna Agarwal||Independent Director|
|Mr. Gudey Srinivas||Government Director|
|Mr. Suman Billa||Government Director|
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Forecast
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Corporate Action
|2022-05-25||Audited Results & Final Dividend|
|2022-01-31||Quarterly Results & Interim Dividend|
|2021-10-29||Quarterly Results & Interim Dividend|
|2022-02-11||INTERIM||Rs.5.00 per share(50%)Second Interim Dividend|
|2021-11-12||INTERIM||Rs.5.00 per share(50%)Interim Dividend|
|2021-03-27||INTERIM||Rs.5.00 per share (50%) Second Interim Dividend|
|2021-02-19||INTERIM||Rs.16.00 per share(160%)Interim Dividend|
Bharat Petroleum Corporation FAQs
What is Share Price of Bharat Petroleum Corporation ?
Bharat Petroleum Corporation share price is ₹328 As on 06 December, 2022 | 21:39
What is the Market Cap of Bharat Petroleum Corporation ?
The Market Cap of Bharat Petroleum Corporation is ₹71270.8 Cr As on 06 December, 2022 | 21:39
What is the P/E ratio of Bharat Petroleum Corporation ?
The P/E ratio of Bharat Petroleum Corporation is -79.6 As on 06 December, 2022 | 21:39
What is the PB ratio of Bharat Petroleum Corporation ?
The PB ratio of Bharat Petroleum Corporation is 1.3 As on 06 December, 2022 | 21:39
Is it good to invest in BPCL?
According to the analyst, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) is a BUY. Bharat Petroleum has a trailing 12-month operating revenue of INR 315,638.82 Cr. Annual revenue de-growth of -19% requires improvement; a pre-tax margin of 10% is adequate, and an ROE of 30% is exceptional. The company's debt to equity ratio is 67%, which is slightly higher. The fact that institutional holdings increased in the most recent quarter is a good sign.
What is the intrinsic value of BPCL?
The Intrinsic Value of BHARAT PETROLEUM CORPORATION (BPCL)as of 24-Nov-2021 is INR 242.86 based on the Median of the three historical models.
What does BPCL do?
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) is an Indian petroleum company. BPCL operates in a single segment: refinery and marketing activities, which include the downstream petroleum sector. They are also involved in hydrocarbon exploration and production (E&P).
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What is BPCL's share price target for the long term?
Several brokerage houses expect the stock to cross 550 and sail steadily towards 600 and above.
What is the future for BPCL shares?
The BPCL stock is expected to touch new heights because of fuel price hikes, a decrease in LPG under-recoveries, and divestment.