Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd remains in winning mode


Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd is trading at Rs 149.1, up 1.26% on the day at 12:49 am IST on the NSE. The stock has lost 16.56% in the past year, compared to a gain of 24.07% for NIFTY and a gain of 14.35% for Nifty Financial Services.

Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd is in place for a fifth consecutive session. The action is listed at Rs 149.1, up 1.26% on the day at 12:49 am IST on the NSE. The benchmark NIFTY is up about 1.09% on the day, trading at 17,392.15. The Sensex is at 58,360.9, up 0.98%. Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd fell around 5.3% in the past month.

Meanwhile, the Nifty Financial Services Index, of which Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd is a part, has fallen by around 2.23% in the past month and is currently trading at 17,116.55, up 1.44% on the day. The share volume stood at 11.62 lakh shares today, compared to the daily average of 38.95 lakh shares over the past month.

The January benchmark futures contract for the stock is listed at Rs 150, up 1.87% on the day. Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd is down 16.56% in the past year, compared to a gain of 24.07% for NIFTY and a gain of 14.35% for the Nifty Financial Services Index.

The stock’s PE is 0 based on TTM earnings ending September 21.

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