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Muthoot Finance share price jumps 4% after strong Q4 results; should you buy the gold loan financier’s stock?

Muthoot Finance reported a standalone net profit of ₹1,056 crore in the fourth quarter of FY24, registering a growth of 17% from ₹903 crore in the year-ago period, led by strong demand for loans amid rising gold prices.

2 min read31 May 2024
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Muthoot Finance Q4 Results Live : profit rise by 17.01% YOY

Muthoot Finance Q4 Results Live : Revenue increased by 27.22% YoY & profit increased by 17.01% YoY

1 min read31 May 2024
Markets

Muthoot, Manappuram Finance fall over 8% on RBI’s advisory on cash disbursal; here’s what it means for gold financiers

Shares of Muthoot Finance and Manappuram Finance fell after RBI advisory on cash disbursement limits for NBFCs. While NBFCs focusing on small-ticket loans may face challenges, those with digital disbursements are expected to fare better.

3 min read9 May 2024
Markets

Muthoot Finance, Manappuram shares rally on spike in gold prices

Muthoot Finance and Manappuram Finance have also been beneficiaries of stable yields and growth in Assets Under Management (AUM). This is expected to receive further boost from the upward trajectory of gold prices and weaker growth in the unsecured loan segment, analysts said.

2 min read21 Mar 2024
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Muthoot Capital Services stock jumps 6% in trade today

Muthoot Capital Services’ stock surged by nearly 6% in today’s trading session to reach ₹307 per share following the announcement of a significant partnership.

1 min read13 Mar 2024
Markets

Muthoot Finance, Manappuram valuations turn attractive; rising gold prices add to tailwinds, says ICICI Securities

Muthoot Finance and Manappuram Finance maintained their FY24 guidance for gold AUM growth of 15% and 10% and the recent ascent in gold prices further acts as a tailwind.

2 min read7 Mar 2024
Markets

Muthoot Finance share price Today Live Updates : Muthoot Finance Stock Dips in Trading Today

Muthoot Finance stock price went down today, 19 Feb 2024, by -0.15 %. The stock closed at 1356.9 per share. The stock is currently trading at 1354.85 per share. Investors should monitor Muthoot Finance stock price closely in the coming days and weeks to see how it reacts to the news.

1 min read19 Feb 2024
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Muthoot Finance share price Today Live Updates : Muthoot Finance closed today at ₹1361.4, up 1.46% from yesterday’s ₹1341.85

Muthoot Finance stock price went up today, 16 Feb 2024, by 1.46 %. The stock closed at 1341.85 per share. The stock is currently trading at 1361.4 per share. Investors should monitor Muthoot Finance stock price closely in the coming days and weeks to see how it reacts to the news.

29 min read16 Feb 2024
Companies

Muthoot Finance Q3 FY24 Results Live : profit rise by 18.95% YOY

Muthoot Finance Q3 FY24 Results Live : Revenue increased by 27.57% YoY & profit increased by 18.95% YoY

1 min read16 Feb 2024
Markets

Muthoot Finance share price Today Live Updates : Muthoot Finance closed today at ₹1345.95, down -2.45% from yesterday’s ₹1379.8

Muthoot Finance stock price went down today, 15 Feb 2024, by -2.45 %. The stock closed at 1379.8 per share. The stock is currently trading at 1345.95 per share. Investors should monitor Muthoot Finance stock price closely in the coming days and weeks to see how it reacts to the news.

29 min read15 Feb 2024
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