SINTEX.NS - Sintex Industries Limited Stock Price History - Barchart.com (2023)

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FAQs

What happened to Sintex share price? ›

share price was Rs 2.30 as on 10 Feb, 2023, 03:51 PM IST. Sintex Inds. share price was down by 2.13% based on previous share price of Rs.

What is the future share price of Sintex Industries? ›

Daily price and charts and targets Sintex Industries
DateClosingRange
Mon 14 March 20228.15 (-3.55%)8.10 - 8.50
Fri 11 March 20228.45 (-4.52%)8.45 - 8.80
Thu 10 March 20228.85 (-0.56%)8.80 - 9.20
Wed 09 March 20228.90 (-0.56%)8.85 - 9.25
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Is Sintex a good buy? ›

1. Is a good quality company? Past 10 year's financial track record analysis by Moneyworks4me indicates that Sintex Industries Ltd is a below average quality company.

Why did Sintex Industries stop trading? ›

The entire share capital of Sintex Industries Limited will be written off as part of the Insolvency resolution process. You will not be able to sell your holdings in the stock once it is delisted.

How do I sell delisted shares? ›

Delisted shares cannot be traded on the stock exchange, to sell these shares one needs to trade them in the over-the-counter market.

What is the record date for demerger of Sintex Industries? ›

Post the demerger scenario, two companies Sintex Industries and Sintex Plastics Technology were to carry the textile and spinning business and plastics business, respectively. The record date for the scheme of demerger was May 26. 1. 2.

Will Sintex share become zero? ›

The insolvency resolution for Sintex was approved, and the equity is being written off, Zerodha said in a tweet with sharing the screenshot of the nudge saying “Equity shares of Sintex Industries will be delisted, and the equity will be reduced to zero as part of the insolvency resolution process.

Is Sintex Industries a multibagger? ›

As it turned into a multibagger stock, Sintex Industries became a household name in the investing community.

Who is buying Sintex shares? ›

Mukesh Ambani-promoted Reliance Industries, India's biggest company by market value, has completed its Rs 3,567-crore acquisition of textile company Sintex Industries exactly a year after banks had approved the acquisition and a month after the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) approved the transaction.

What is the downfall of Sintex Industries? ›

Due to the non-payment of debt, insolvency proceedings were initiated against Sintex Industries in April 2021. The company owed around Rs. 7,500 crores to debtors.

Is Sintex Industries debt free? ›

What Is Sintex Industries's Net Debt? As you can see below, Sintex Industries had ₹67.4b of debt, at September 2022, which is about the same as the year before. You can click the chart for greater detail. On the flip side, it has ₹2.10b in cash leading to net debt of about ₹65.3b.

Can we buy Sintex Industries share? ›

You can easily buy Sintex Industries shares in Groww by creating a demat account and getting the KYC documents verified online.

Who won bid for Sintex Industries? ›

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has approved the joint bid of Reliance Industries and Assets Care & Reconstruction Enterprise (ACRE) for debt-ridden textiles maker Sintex Industries.

Is Sintex listed again? ›

The stock exchanges BSE and NSE have suspended trading in Sintex Industries as no buying or selling will be allowed in the stock from Tuesday, March 22, 2022. The announcement comes as Reliance Industries-ACRE won bid to acquire Sintex Industries and proposed to delist Sintex shares.

Who is bidding for Sintex Industries? ›

NCLT has approved the joint bid by Reliance Industries and Assets Care & Reconstruction Enterprise (ACRE) to acquire Sintex Industries.

Do I lose my money if a stock is delisted? ›

Shareholders retain their legal rights and equity interest in a delisted stock even if they cannot sell their stake as readily as previously.

Are delisted shares worthless? ›

Though delisting does not affect your ownership, shares may not hold any value post-delisting. Thus, if any of the stocks that you own get delisted, it is better to sell your shares. You can either exit the market or sell it to the company when it announces buyback.

Will I lose my shares if a company is delisted? ›

When a company delists, investors still own their shares. However, they'll no longer be able to sell them on the exchange. Instead, they'll have to do so over the ounter (OTC).

What happens to shareholders in case of demerger? ›

What happens to shareholders in a demerger? It depends what type of demerger it is. If it's a split off, shareholders will get the opportunity to exchange their ParentCo shares for NewCo shares. If it's a spin off, shares in the newly created company are distributed to existing ParentCo shareholders via a dividend.

How do you calculate share price after demerger? ›

The Price of Each: Split by Book Value

When the stock demerged, a certain amount of book assets and debt etc went to each company. Based on the split of such book value, we can divide our purchases.

What is the demerger ratio of Sintex? ›

After the consummation of the demerger the existing investors of Sintex Industries will be issued shares of the plastic business in the ratio of 1:1, which effectively means for every 100 shares held in the original company, investors will be entitled to another 100 shares of the plastic business.

What is the target of Sintex plastic share? ›

Target 12.24
Target 22.49
Target 32.7
Target 42.82
Target 56.18
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What is the share price of Sintex Industries in Zerodha? ›

SPTL share price: ₹ 1.60 - Sintex Plastics Technology Ltd Stock Updates.

What companies are like Sintex? ›

Competitors
  • Sintex Plastics Technology Ltd. NEEEDU.
  • Arrow Greentech Ltd. ARROCO.
  • Avro India Ltd. AVOMOL.
  • AVSL Industries Ltd. AVSLIN.
  • Axel Polymers Ltd. AXEPOL.
  • Biopac India Corporation Ltd. BIOIND.
  • Brand Concepts Ltd. BRANCO.
  • Bright Brothers Ltd. BRIBRO.

What is 10x in 10 years stock? ›

10x in 10 years is 26% annualized. If you have 1 stock out of 10 that did this, it would be responsible for about 1/4th the total return you got in the last 10 years.

Which products are made by Sintex Industries Ltd? ›

Sintex operates in Europe, America, Africa, and Asia, especially in France, Germany, and the US. It primarily works with building materials, textiles, prefabricated structures, custom molding products, monolithic construction and water storage tanks.

Will Sintex Industries be delisted? ›

Delisting of equity shares of SINTEX

As per recent circulars of BSE & NSE, the following security will be delisted w.e.f. March 10, 2023.

Who bought Sintex plastic? ›

Welspun Group, a leading conglomerate with interest in textile, steel, line pipes and flooring solutions, has acquired water tanks and other plastic product maker Sintex-BAPL for ₹1,251 crore.

Will Sintex plastic recover? ›

Sintex industries: No chance of recovery, Sintex lenders in talks with three players to sell firm - The Economic Times.

What is the turnover of Sintex Industries? ›

What is the operating revenue of SINTEX INDUSTRIES LIMITED? The operating revenue of SINTEX INDUSTRIES LIMITED is in the range of Over INR 500 cr for the financial year ending on 31 March, 2022.

What is the future of Sintex? ›

Sintex Industries Ltd. (502742) Stock Price Prediction, Stock Forecast for next months and years
DateOpening priceClosing price
October 2023Open: 10.946Close: 12.937
November 2023Open: 12.930Close: 12.663
December 2023Open: 12.506Close: 12.271
Sintex Industries Ltd. Stock Price Forecast for 2024
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What is the fate of Sintex Industries shareholders? ›

Existing Sintex Industries shareholders, especially the retail shareholders, may suffer losses as a consequence of the company's share price dropping due to a bankruptcy filing. Also, those shareholders who retain the shares after delisting may face losses due to the inability to sell them on stock exchanges.

Who is the new owner of Sintex Industries? ›

MUMBAI: Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries (RIL), has completed the acquisition of nine-decade-old Sintex Industries Ltd. by infusing ₹1,500 crore in the Ahmedabad-based yarn and fabric manufacturer, which is more widely known in the country for manufacturing black plastic water tanks.

Which companies are bidding for Sintex? ›

NCLT has approved the joint bid by Reliance Industries and Assets Care & Reconstruction Enterprise (ACRE) to acquire Sintex Industries.

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