3 large-cap stocks from different sectors with a price-earnings ratio below 10
Tata Steel Ltd.
Asia’s first fully integrated private steel company, Tata Steel Ltd, was founded in 1907. The company’s business spans the entire steel production value chain, from mining and the processing of iron ore and coal to the creation and distribution of finished products. goods. By 2025, the company aims to increase the local steel production capacity to 30 MnTPA.
The current market price of the share is Rs. 103, with a market capitalization of Rs. 126,039 Crores. The price/earnings ratio of the stock is currently 3.27 and the price/earnings/growth ratio is 0.04.
A diversified natural resources company, Vedanta Ltd. is involved in the exploration, extraction and processing of minerals, oil and gas. The Company is involved in the exploration, production and sale of iron ore, oil and gas, lead, zinc, copper, silver, aluminum and other metals. It is present in India, Namibia, South Africa, Liberia, Ireland and the United Arab Emirates. Additionally, Tata Steel is also engaged in commercial steel production, power generation and port operations in India, as well as glass substrate production in the South. Korea and Taiwan.
The current market price of the share is Rs. 283, with a market capitalization of Rs. 105, 290 Crores. The stock’s price-to-earnings ratio is currently 5.56 and the price-to-earnings-to-growth ratio is 0.19.
Bank of Baroda
Bank of Baroda is an Indian nationalized banking and financial services company and it is India’s second largest public sector bank by market capitalization. The Company is engaged in the provision of corporate banking, retail banking, small and medium enterprise (SME) banking, rural banking and treasury services in India.
The current market price of the share is Rs. 141, with a market capitalization of Rs. 73,071 Crores. The stock’s price-to-earnings ratio is currently 8.42 and the price-to-earnings-to-growth ratio is 0.24.