Reliance Industries ₹3,300 Crore Investment Sparks 20% Surge in Alok Industries Share Price

Eivod Desk
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Alok Industries Share Price

Today, Alok Industries, a company that makes textiles, saw its stock price go up by 20%, reaching ₹25.9 each. This happened because Reliance Industries invested ₹3,300 crore in the company by buying preferred shares. In November, Alok Industries' board agreed to issue these preference shares to Reliance Industries with a 9% dividend rate. The company can choose to redeem these shares at any time within the next 20 years.

About Alok Industries

Industry: Textiles (Spinning, Weaving, Knitting)

Market Capitalization: INR 570 crores (as of Jan 2, 2024)

Listed on: NSE, BSE

Shareholding Pattern

Promoters & Promoter Group:** 52.14%

Institutions/Mutual Funds:** 16.47%

Retail Investors:** 31.39%

Share: Last 5 Years' Financial Performance

YearSales (INR cr)Net Profit (INR cr)Reserves (INR cr)Assets (INR cr)Debt (INR cr)
2023 (Mar 31)38239207794339

Positive Signs

Revenue and net profit have grown steadily in the past 5 years.

Debt has reduced in FY23 compared to FY22.

Promoters hold a majority stake, indicating commitment to the company.

Negative Signs

High debt levels compared to net worth.

Profit margins are relatively low compared to industry peers.

Stock price is volatile and currently near its 52-week high.

Moving averages: a 50-day, a 100-day, and a 200-day. All three averages are currently trending upwards, which suggests a bullish trend. The price has recently crossed above the 50-day and 100-day averages, which could be a sign of continued upward momentum.

Relative Strength Index (RSI): The RSI is currently at 68.77, which is above the neutral level of 50 and approaching the overbought level of 70. This suggests that the stock is becoming overbought, and a pullback could be imminent.

Fundamental Factors

  • Company financials: Alok Industries Ltd is a small-cap Indian textile company. The company's financials are not as strong as some of its larger competitors, and its profits have been volatile in recent years. However, the company has recently reduced its debt levels, which is a positive sign.
  • Industry outlook: The Indian textile industry is expected to grow at a moderate rate in the coming years, driven by domestic demand and rising exports. However, the industry is facing some challenges, such as rising cotton prices and competition from other Asian countries.
  • Overall market conditions: The Indian stock market has been volatile in recent months, due to concerns about rising interest rates and global trade tensions. This volatility could continue in the near term, which could impact Alok Industries Ltd's stock price.


Based on the technical and fundamental factors, Alok Industries Ltd appears to be a small-cap stock with some growth potential. However, the stock is currently approaching overbought territory, and a pullback could be imminent. Investors should carefully consider the risks and rewards before investing in Alok Industries Ltd.

DISCLAIMER: This article by Eivod is general in nature. We provide investment opinions, based on historical data and our articles are not intended to be investment advice. It does not constitute a recommendation to buy or sell any stock, and does not take account of your objectives, or your financial situation. We aim to bring you long-term focused analysis, driven by fundamental data. Note that our analysis may not factor in the latest price-sensitive company announcements or qualitative material.

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