Reliance Share Price Graph And News – RIL Share Price

The Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is a large-cap company belonging to the Nifty 50 group. It’s a big heavyweight stock in the Nifty index. For this reason, Reliance share price influences the benchmark index.

Reliance Share Price Graph


Reliance Industries is a big name in private sector companies in India. Ever since its inception, it has become iconic in business approach. reliance Group of companies was established by Dhirubhai Ambani in 1957. Reliance Industries, the flagship company of the group started its journey as a small textile trading company from a small 500 sq. ft. office in Mumbai (then Bombay). The company, next year started manufacturing textile yarn. From then, it became a Fortune 500 company and the largest company in the Indian private sector within a few decades.

Today, from textile to telecom, Reliance Industries has a business interest in many sectors.

  • Oil exploration and production
  • Petroleum refining, marketing
  • Textiles
  • Petrochemicals
  • Retail
  • 4g digital and mobile service (Pioneer in VOLTE technology in India)

Reliance Industries has a number of manufacturing facilities equipped with state of art technology at different places Theses manufacturing divisions are as follows.

  • Vadodara Division
  • Silvassa Division
  • Patalganga Division
  • Naroda Division
  • Nagpur Division
  • Nagothane Division
  • Kurkumbh Division
  • Jamnagar Division
  • Hazira Division
  • Hoshiarpur Division
  • Dhenkanal Division
  • Dahej Division
  • Barabanki Division
  • Allahabad Division

Reliance Industries (RIL) is a business conglomerate. It has numerous subsidiaries that run the mainstream business backed by those manufacturing divisions. These manufacturing divisions include refineries, naphtha cracker plants, plants for other petroleum products, textile yarns, clothes, retail items. This huge network has made Reliance Industries the numero uno in Indian private sector. In addition, Reliance Industries launched 4G mobile telephony and internet service in 2016 in the name of Reliance Jio which has taken the telecom sector by storm and for which Reliance Industries share price has shown a major re-rating. High-end technology using VOLTE technology (first in India) provided cheapest ever telephone service to common Indian. Such is the popularity of these services RIL’s customer base saw the fastest growth in Indian telephone history. Earnings from this sector have started reflecting in the balance sheet and Reliance share price and are expected to supersede others very soon.

RIL has the motto of considering people and environment above all else and has been awarded many times for its approach towards CSR (corporate social responsibility).

Company Financials

Reliance share price is Rs 1392.90 (as on 29.06.17, EOD) in BSE. As per the latest data, the standalone basis P/E is 14.41 versus average industry P/E of 12.64, EPS is Rs 96.65. Market cap is Rs 4,52,911 crores. The face value of a share is Rs 10.

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The share price of Reliance Industries or RIL closed at Rs 1097.95 at end of 14 November 2018. The average earning per share or EPS is Rs 54.95 as per data collected for the trailing 12 months. The price over earning ratio or P/E is 19.9. The book value per share is Rs 501.59 and the P/B or price over book value is 2.18. The dividend yield is 0.5%. The 52 weeks high price is Rs 1329.00 and the 52 weeks low price is Rs 862.65.

Company Summary

Reliance Industries Ltd., popularly known as RIL is a Large Cap company. It has the current market cap of Rs 694765.57 crores. RIL operates in the Miscellaneous sectors.

Reliance Industries Ltd. earns its main revenue from the sale of petroleum products, petrochemicals, oil & gas, telecom and other services/ sectors. From the fully audited report ending 31 March 2018, RIL earned Rs 202216.00 crores from the sale of petroleum products that is equivalent to 64.12% of total sales value, earnings from the sale of petrochemicals contributed Rs 109614.00 crores equivalent to 34.75% of total sales, sales from oil & gas contributed Rs 2468.00 crores or 0.78% of total sales, earning from others contributed Rs 619.00 crores equivalent to 0.19% of total sales and revenue from other services contributed Rs 440.00 which is equivalent to 0.13% of total sales.

For the quarter ended 30 September 2018, RIL has reported a consolidated sales of Rs 143323.00 crores which showed an increase of 11.31 % from the sales figure of the last quarter of Rs 128756.00 crores and increased by 56.67 % from same quarter sales of the previous year, which was Rs 91481.00 crores.  The company has reported a net profit after tax of Rs 9548.00 crores in the latest quarter.

The top management of Reliance Industries Ltd. includes Dr Shumeet Banerji, Dr Raghunath A Mashelkar, Mr Adil Zainulbhai, Mr Mansingh L Bhakta, Mr Hital R Meswani, Mr Mukesh D Ambani, Mr P M S Prasad, Mr Nikhil R Meswani, Mr Pawan Kumar Kapil, Mr Yogendra P Trivedi, Mr Raminder Singh Gujral, Mrs Arundhati Bhattacharya, Prof Ashok Misra, Mrs Nita M Ambani, Prof Dipak C Jain.

The company has appointed M/S S R B C & Co. LLP as its auditors.

As on 30 September 2018, the company has a total of 6,338,440,341 shares outstanding.

Shareholding Pattern

No. of shares Percentage
Promoters 2,926,202,148 46.17
Foreign Institutions 1,505,036,121 23.74
General Public 569,755,626 8.99
Financial Institutions 506,881,930 8.00
Others 446,218,141 7.04
NBFC and Mutual Funds 225,888,612 3.56
GDR 148,041,584 2.34
Central Government 10,416,179 0.16
  • The promoters and the promoter group of companies together hold 2,926,202,148 nos of shares or 46.17% of the total no. of shares.
  • The foreign institutions or FIIs hold 1,505,036,121 nos of shares which are equivalent to 23.74% of total shares.
  • The general public holds 569,755,626 nos of shares or 8.99% of total shares.
  • Other financial institutions hold together 506,881,930 nos of shares equivalent to 8.00% of total share.
  • Others hold 446,218,141 nos of shares or 7.04% of total shares.
  • The non-banking financial companies or the NBFCs and mutual funds altogether hold 225,888,612 nos of shares or 3.56% of total shares.
  • The Central Government holds 10,416,179 nos of shares equivalent to 0.16% of total shares.
  • In addition, a total of 148,041,584 nos of shares which is equivalent to 2.34% of total shares are subscribed to GDR.

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