PB Fintech Share Price: 12 Jan 2024 – Now Streaming Live

January 12, 2024
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  • PB Fintech stock price increased by 0.58% on 12 Jan 2024.
  • The stock closed at ₹ 833.35 per share and is currently trading at ₹ 838.2 per share.
  • PB Fintech’s market capitalization is ₹ 37,283.15 crore.
  • The 52-week high for the stock is ₹ 889.1 and the 52-week low is ₹ 390.6.

PB Fintech’s stock price experienced a slight increase of 0.58% on 12 Jan 2024, closing at ₹ 833.35 per share. It is currently trading at ₹ 838.2 per share. Investors are advised to monitor the stock closely to gauge its reaction to the news. The market capitalization of PB Fintech stands at ₹ 37,283.15 crore.

The stock’s performance in the past year showed a 52-week high of ₹ 889.1 and a 52-week low of ₹ 390.6. The BSE volume for PB Fintech was recorded at 14,746 shares.

The current stock price of PB Fintech is ₹ 838.2, indicating a slight increase of 0.58%. The net change is 4.85, meaning the stock price has increased by ₹ 4.85.

Based on the latest available data, PB Fintech’s stock price remains stable at ₹ 833.35, with no changes in percent and net change.

However, the stock is currently trading at ₹ 830, showing a decrease of -0.4% and a net change of -3.35. This indicates a decrease in value of ₹ 3.35.

The data shows that PB Fintech’s stock price is ₹ 830.05, with a percent change of -0.4 and a net change of -3.3. This suggests a decrease of 0.4% in stock price, equivalent to a decrease of ₹ 3.3.

As of now, PB Fintech is trading at ₹ 829.4, down -0.47% from the previous day’s closing price. The net change is -3.95, indicating a decrease of ₹ 3.95 in the stock price.

On the last trading day, PB Fintech closed at ₹ 827.2 with a total of 14,746 shares traded on the BSE.

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