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What are shareholdings?

Apart from retail investors, a company’s shares are held by promoters, foreign & domestic institutions (large investors) and mutual funds. Promoters are the ship captains and control the company’s direction. Along with institutional and mutual fund holdings, a change in their holdings can indicate performance outlook for the stock

Promoter Holdings Trend

Total Promoter Holding
Increasing promoter holding is considered good and reflects management’s positive view about the future outlook

In last 6 months, promoter holding in the company has almost stayed constant

High Pledged Promoter Holding
Lower pledged promoter holdings is considered good

80.62% of all the companies listed on NSE have lower pledged promoter holding than the company

Institutional Holdings Trend

Mutual Fund Holding
Increasing Mutual Fund holdings are generally considered good, as it reflects that fund managers are becoming more bullish about the stock

In last 3 months, mutual fund holding of the company has almost stayed constant

Decreased Foreign Institutional Holding
Foreign Institutional Holding is quantum of stock held by foreign large-quantities-trading entities. Increasing value indicates growing support and comfort for the stock

In last 3 months, foreign institutional holding of the company has decreased by 1.08%

Tickertape Separator

Shareholding Pattern

Pledged Promoter Holdings: 7.22%
Other PartiesForeign Institutional HoldingsDomestic Institutional HoldingsMutual Fund HoldingsTotal Promoter Holding54.68%10.94%19.56%12.80%12.94%

Jun 2019

Sep 2019

Dec 2019

Mar 2020

Shareholding History

Dec '18MarJunSepDec '19Mar54.38%54.38%54.38%54.54%54.55%54.68%
Total Promoter Holding as % of total holdings for last six quarters


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