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Bank of Baroda

NSE: BANKBARODA

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7.1

Last updated : 18 May 04:22 AM

Key Highlights

    The P/E Ratio of Bank of Baroda is 7.1 as of 18 May 04:22 AM .a1#The P/E Ratio of Bank of Baroda changed from 31 on March 2019 to 5.9 on March 2023 . This represents a CAGR of -28.24% over 5 years. a1#The Latest Trading Price of Bank of Baroda is ₹ 260.6 as of 17 May 14:29 .a1#The PE Ratio of Banks Industry has changed from 413.8 to 13.7 in 5 years. This represents a CAGR of -49.42%a1# The PE Ratio of Automobile industry is 27.2. The PE Ratio of Banks industry is 13.7. The PE Ratio of Finance industry is 13.6. The PE Ratio of IT - Software industry is 27.9. The PE Ratio of Retail industry is 94.8. The PE Ratio of Textiles industry is 21.1. In 2023a1#The Market Cap of Bank of Baroda changed from ₹ 34074 crore on March 2019 to ₹ 87292 crore on March 2023 . This represents a CAGR of 20.70% over 5 years. a1#The Revenue of Bank of Baroda changed from ₹ 21576 crore to ₹ 37610 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of 32.03% a1#The EBITDA of Bank of Baroda changed from ₹ 13367 crore to ₹ 25341 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of 37.69% a1#The Net Profit of Bank of Baroda changed from ₹ 2139 crore to ₹ 5015 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of 53.12% a1#The Dividend Payout of Bank of Baroda changed from 20.29 % on March 2019 to 20.18 % on March 2023 . This represents a CAGR of -0.27% over 2 years. a1#

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P/E Ratio Over Time

The price-to-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) is a valuation measure calculated by dividing a company's current share price by its earnings per share. P/E Ratio Formula P/E ratio = (CMP of share/ Earning per share) Types of Price to Earning Ratio 1. Forward P/E ratio: It is calculated by simply dividing the price of a single unit of a company along with the estimated earnings of a company derived from its future earning guidance. 2. Trailing P/E ratio: It is the most common metric used by investors where past earnings of a company over a period are considered.

P/E Ratio Over Time

Period
Mar '1931
Mar '2026.6
Mar '2124.8
Mar '227.4
Mar '235.9

Fundamental Metrics

Market Cap

136,110 Cr

EPS

36.3

P/E Ratio (TTM) *

7.1

P/B Ratio (TTM) *

1.1

Day’s High

264.6

Day’s Low

260.0

DTE *

NaN

ROE *

15.4

52 Week High

285.5

52 Week Low

178.0

ROCE *

1.5

* All values are consolidated

* All values are consolidated

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Bank of Baroda

NSE: BANKBARODA

PRICE

260.6

-2.60(-0.99%)

stock direction

Last updated : 17 May 14:29

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PRICE

The current market price or CMP refers to the price at which the securities are trading in the share market. Current price in Over-the-counter costs: The following current price depends upon the bid price & the asking price when a financial asset is sold over-the-counter(OTC). Current Price in Bond Market: The current price of a bond is determined by measuring the actual interest rate against the bid-related interest rate. The par or the face value is then calculated to represent the remaining interest payments due which occur before the maturity of the bond.

Share price Over Time

1M

1Y

3Y

5Y

* All values are in Rupees

SWOT Analysis Of Bank of Baroda

Strength

2

S

Weakness

1

W

Opportunity

2

O

Threats

1

T

BlinkX Score for Bank of Baroda

Revenue

Profitability

Affordability

Liquidity

Dividend

Asset Value vs Market Value

Market Value

1,33,938

-0.2 X

Value addition

Asset Value

1,58,210

* All values are in Rupees

PE Ratio Over Market Cap

Key Valuation Metric

Earnings

18,767 Cr

7.1 X

PE Ratio

Market Cap

₹133938Cr

PE Ratio

PS Ratio

PB Ratio

The price-to-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) is a valuation measure calculated by dividing a company's current share price by its earnings per share.


P/E Ratio Formula


P/E ratio = (CMP of share/ Earning per share)


Types of Price to Earning Ratio


1. Forward P/E ratio: It is calculated by simply dividing the price of a single unit of a company along with the estimated earnings of a company derived from its future earning guidance.
2. Trailing P/E ratio: It is the most common metric used by investors where past earnings of a company over a period are considered.

PE Ratio

PS Ratio

PB Ratio

Earnings

18,767 Cr

7.1 X

PE Ratio

Market Cap

₹133938Cr

PE Ratio

PS Ratio

PB Ratio

The price-to-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) is a valuation measure calculated by dividing a company's current share price by its earnings per share.


P/E Ratio Formula


P/E ratio = (CMP of share/ Earning per share)


Types of Price to Earning Ratio


1. Forward P/E ratio: It is calculated by simply dividing the price of a single unit of a company along with the estimated earnings of a company derived from its future earning guidance.
2. Trailing P/E ratio: It is the most common metric used by investors where past earnings of a company over a period are considered.

PE Ratio of Banks Industry over time

PE Ratio of Top Sectors

Bank of Baroda PE Ratio Calculation

  • The Price-to-Earnings (PE) ratio, also known as the P/E Ratio, is a fundamental financial metric used to assess the valuation of a company's stock in relation to its earnings performance. For Bank of Baroda, the PE Ratio is calculated as follows:

P/E Ratio

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Market Capitalization

Net Income

  • Given the current market conditions, Bank of Baroda's Share Price stands at 260.6. The Earnings per Share (Diluted) for the trailing twelve months (TTM) ending in 2024-05-17T14:29:00 is 36.29. Substituting the values into the formula, PE Ratio becomes as follows: PE Ratio = 260.6/ 36.29= 7.14.

P/E Ratio

=

Stock Price

Earning Per Share

  • This indicates that Bank of Baroda's stock is trading at approximately 7.14 times its earnings per share for the trailing twelve months. Alternatively, the PE Ratio can also be computed using the company's overall financial performance: PE Ratio = Market Cap / Net Income. Where Market Cap represents the total market capitalization of the company, and Net Income signifies the total earnings after expenses and taxes.

Understanding Bank of Baroda’s PE Ratio (BSE: BANKBARODA)

    The Price-to-Earnings (PE) ratio, used to assess Bank of Baroda's stock (BSE: BANKBARODA), indicates how many years it would take for the company to earn back the stock price. If a company earns ₹2 per share annually and its stock trades at ₹30, the PE ratio is 15, signifying a 15-year payback period assuming steady earnings. Earnings fluctuate, affecting the payback period, Growing earnings shorten the recovery time while declining earnings extend it. Shareholders favor shorter payback periods, preferring lower PE stocks. Among stocks with the same PE ratio, faster-growing businesses are preferred. A company with losses makes the PE ratio meaningless. Peter Lynch introduced the PEG ratio to compare stocks with different growth rates, dividing the PE ratio by the growth rate. A company is considered fairly valued when its PE ratio matches its growth rate. The PE ratio, applicable across industries, measures stock valuation based on earnings power. It indicates how quickly an investment can be recouped. Unlike the PB ratio, which assesses valuation based on the balance sheet, the PE ratio focuses on earnings. Overall, the PE ratio provides insights into stock valuation, aligning with investors' preference for faster returns.

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Market Cap Over Time

Market Cap or market capitalisation refers to metrics that are used to measure a company's size. It is defined as the total market value of a company's outstanding shares of stock. Formula of Market Cap: Market Capital = N * P Here, N for the outstanding shares P refers to the closing price of the company's shares. Types of Companies based on Market Cap: - Small-Cap stocks: Up to 500 Crore - Mid-Cap Stocks: From Rs.500 crore up to Rs.7,000 crore - Large-Cap Stocks: From Rs.7,000 crore up to Rs.20,000 crore

Market Cap Over Time

Period
Mar '1934074
Mar '2024743
Mar '2138346
Mar '2257712
Mar '2387293

* All values are a in crore

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Revenue Over Time

Revenue term means the amount of money a company earns from its primary business activities such as the sales of its products & services. Types of Revenue: 1. Operating revenue: It refers to the income generated from the core business activities, which are sales of goods or services rendered. 2. Non-Operating revenue: It is the income generated from secondary sources unrelated to the primary business. Examples include rents, dividends, interest, and royalty fees. Formula for Revenue: The formula for calculating revenue is based on two goods & services: For goods: Revenue = Avg unit price x Number of Units sold For services: Revenue = Avg unit price x Number of Customers served.

Revenue Over Time

Period
Jun '2221577
Sep '2226320
Dec '2230353
Mar '2232528
Jun '2333318
Sep '2335766
Dec '2335084
Mar '2337611

* All values are a in crore

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EBITDA Over Time

PBIDT stands for Profit Before Interest, Depreciation, and Taxes. It is a financial metric that measures a company's profitability before accounting for interest expenses, depreciation of assets, and taxes. Formula to calculate PBIDT: PBIDT = Net Income + Interest + Depreciation + Taxes or PBIDT = Operating Income + Depreciation + Taxes PBIDT vs EBITDA vs EBIT vs EBT: Here is a brief explanation of the differences: - PBIDT (Profit Before Interest, Depreciation, and Taxes) includes taxes in its calculation, unlike EBITDA. - EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) excludes taxes and interest, focusing on operational performance. - EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) excludes interest and taxes, providing a measure of core operational profitability. - EBT (Earnings Before Taxes) includes all operating income but does not account for interest expenses. Conclusion: PBIDT, similar to EBITDA, is a measure of operational profitability but includes taxes in its calculation.

EBITDA Over Time

Period
Jun '2213367
Sep '2215912
Dec '2219341
Mar '2221886
Jun '2322278
Sep '2323550
Dec '2324528
Mar '2325342

* All values are a in crore

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Net Profit Over Time

Net profit is the amount of money a company retains after accounting for all expenses, depreciation, interest, taxes, and other deductions. Net Profit formula is expressed as: Net Profit = Total Revenue - Total Expense Net Profit Margin Ratio: Net Profit Margin Ratio = Net Profit / Total Revenue

Net Profit Over Time

Period
Jun '222139
Sep '223272
Dec '224166
Mar '225110
Jun '234302
Sep '234343
Dec '234748
Mar '235016

* All values are a in crore

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Dividend Payout Over Time

Dividend payout refers to the total dividends paid to shareholders relative to the company's earnings. It is a financial measure that determines the percentage of earnings paid out to existing shareholders as dividends. How to calculate Dividend Payout Ratio? The dividend payout ratio formula is as follows: DPR = Dividends paid / Net earnings With the dividend payout ratio, you can understand the company's priorities. It is an important metric that allows you to easily check DPR online.

Dividend Payout Over Time

Period
Mar '190
Mar '200
Mar '210
Mar '2220
Mar '2320

* All values are a in %

About Bank of Baroda

About Bank of Baroda

    They also offer rural banking services, which include deposits, priority sector advances, remittance, collection services, pension and lockers. During the period 1953-1969, the Bank opened three branches in Fiji, five branches in Kenya, three branches in Uganda and one each in London and Guyana. They entered in the oil rich Gulf countries in the year 1974 with two branches were opened in UAE, one at Dubai and another at Abu Dhabi. In the year 1976, the Bank sponsored the first of their 19 Regional Rural Banks thereby seeking to complement their operations in rural heartland. They launched the IT Enabled Business Transformation Program and signed the contract with Hewlett Packard. During the year 2008-09, the Bank opened eight new Urban Retail Loan Factories (URLFs) at Powai Mumbai, Agra, Bareili, Bhopal, Nagpur, Ernakulam, Jodhpur, and Noida. In June 22, 2009, the Bank launched a new business process reengineering and organizational restructuring project 'Navnirmaan- Baroda Next'. In September 2009, the Bank brought all the branches of the Bank on CBS platform to offer 'Anywhere Anytime' banking to all its customers. In October 10, 2009, the Bank launched a new subsidy linked housing loan scheme under the Bank's Home Loan Product styled as 'Interest Subsidy Scheme for Housing the Urban Poor (ISHUP)'. In July 2010, the Bank signed an agreement with the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to act as a registrar for the project. In August 2010, the Bank signed a Memorandum of Co-operation (MoC) with the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority (DMCC), a free zone authority dedicated to enhancing trade flows through Dubai. The subsidiary in New Zealand, Bank of Baroda (New Zealand), commenced operations with the opening of branch at Auckland. On 31 March 2015, Bank of Baroda issued and allotted 6.44 crore equity shares at an issue price of Rs 195.59 per equity share amounting to Rs 1260 crore to Government of India on preferential basis. A. to acquire their entire stake in Baroda Pioneer Asset Management Company, thus increasing its shareholding to 100%. 2/- each of Bank of Baroda aggregating Rs 49,69,02,332/- be issued and allotted to equity shareholders of Dena Bank. During the FY2020, the Bank awarded 'National award for SHG bank linkage 2018-19 'by DAY-NRLM, Government at New Delhi. As on 31 March 2022, the Bank's distribution network stood at 8,168 domestic branches, 94 overseas branches, 11633 ATMs & cash recyclers.

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10 May 2024 16:14

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Bank of Baroda to convene AGM

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10 May 2024 16:22

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Board of Bank of Baroda recommends final dividend

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09 May 2024 11:46

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Bank of Baroda to declare Quarterly Result

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FAQs for PE of Bank of Baroda

What is Bank of Baroda current share price?

The current market price of Bank of Baroda as of May 18, 2024 is ₹260.60.

Is Bank of Baroda a good investment?

As per BlinkX Score Bank of Baroda scores 13 in Revenue, 97 in Profitability. However it's advisable to conduct comprehensive research or seek advice from experts to evaluate whether it aligns with your investment objectives.

What are Bank of Baroda's total net assets?

According to Bank of Baroda's most recent financial filings, the company's net assets total ₹158209.8 Cr.

Is Bank of Baroda making a profit or loss?

Bank of Baroda's net Profit as of May 18, 2024 is close to ₹18,767 Cr.
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