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In Charts: RIL's journey to Rs 10 lakh crore market cap

Updated : 2019-11-29 06:38:37

Reliance Industries's market capitalisation crossed Rs 10 lakh crore today, became the first Indian company to achieve the milestone. With this, the Mukesh Ambani-led company has also become the sixth-largest oil and gas company in the world. RIL shares rose nearly 1 percent today to hit a new 52-week high, pushing the company's market cap to Rs 10.1 lakh crore. Here are the five charts that explain the significance of the milestone:

Reliance Industries became the first Indian company to hit Rs 10 lakh crore market cap, making it the most valued Indian company in terms of market capitalisation. RIL shares rose as much as 0.7 percent intraday today to touch a new 52-week high of Rs 1,581.25 per share on the BSE, pushing the company's market cap to over Rs 10 lakh crore.
Reliance Industries became the first Indian company to hit Rs 10 lakh crore market cap, making it the most valued Indian company in terms of market capitalisation. RIL shares rose as much as 0.7 percent intraday today to touch a new 52-week high of Rs 1,581.25 per share on the BSE, pushing the company's market cap to over Rs 10 lakh crore.
Reliance Industries' achieved the Rs 10 lakh crore milestone in roughly a month, rising 8 percent. The Rs 5 lakh crore jump in RIL's market cap has come in a little over three years. In September 2017, Reliance Industries' market cap stood at Rs 5 lakh crore.
Reliance Industries' achieved the Rs 10 lakh crore milestone in roughly a month, rising 8 percent. The Rs 5 lakh crore jump in RIL's market cap has come in a little over three years. In September 2017, Reliance Industries' market cap stood at Rs 5 lakh crore.
Listed in 1977, an investment of Rs 10,000 in Reliance Industries during its IPO, would have been worth Rs 2.2 crore today, rising over 2,09,900 percent.
Listed in 1977, an investment of Rs 10,000 in Reliance Industries during its IPO, would have been worth Rs 2.2 crore today, rising over 2,09,900 percent.
In m-cap, IT giant TCS comes at a distant second with a market value of Rs 7.71 lakh crore. Interestingly, HDFC Bank has joined the top three recently, with its m-cap crossing the landmark figure of Rs 6.99 lakh crore.
In m-cap, IT giant TCS comes at a distant second with a market value of Rs 7.71 lakh crore. Interestingly, HDFC Bank has joined the top three recently, with its m-cap crossing the landmark figure of Rs 6.99 lakh crore.
The Mukesh Ambani-led oil-to-telecom conglomerate has become the largest company on Indian bourses and also jumped to the sixth spot as the largest oil and gas company in the world.
The Mukesh Ambani-led oil-to-telecom conglomerate has become the largest company on Indian bourses and also jumped to the sixth spot as the largest oil and gas company in the world.
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