Central Bank of India | CENTRALBK
Sector : Financial  
Industry : Banking

Price vs Book Value

Book Value is also known as Net Asset Value. It is calculated as :

(Net Worth)/Number of Shares.

It is a measure of the amount per share that a shareholder will get if the company is liquidated today. Book Value is an important measure for safety of investment while investing in a stock. However, Since book value does not count the intangible assets, the prices of companies in sectors like Pharma and IT may be much higher than book value.

Key Metrics

Rs. 69.55

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Rs. -26.16

Rs. 7,880.66 Crore

0.43

20.37

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Summary at a Glance

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Valuation

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Loan to Deposit Ratio is low.

Cons

  • Net NPA Ratio is dangerously high.
  • Company incurred a loss in the latest Year.