Dabur M-cap topped Rs 1 trillion, which rose 2.2% to a lifetime of Rs 573

The stock has risen 9% in a month, while the Sensex has risen 3% during this period. Currently, 41 listed companies have a market cap of over Rs 1 trillion.


Dabur | Market capitalization

BS Reporter |

The market capitalization of FMCG company Dabur India crossed the Rs 1 trillion mark for the first time on Thursday. The company’s stock closed at a high of Rs 573, rising 2.2 per cent to Rs 1.01 trillion. Dabur’s stock has gained 9 per cent in a single month, while the Sensex has fallen by 3 per cent during the same period. Currently, there are about 41 listed companies with a market cap of over Rs 1 trillion.

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First Published: Thu, 15 April 2021. 16:56 IST

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