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DABUR Share Price Discussion

Dabur India Ltd.
NSE: DABUR | BSE: 500096 | ISIN: INE016A01026 | Sector: Personal Care
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Reputation: 2,343 • Mar 5 5:42 AM

DABUR MAR20 FUT


Type
Buy
Instrument
DABUR MAR20 FUT
Entry Price
₹521.55
Price@Trade
₹521.7
Target Price
₹550
Stop Price
₹500
Valid Till
Mar 26, 2020 3:20 AM
Margin
₹115,214.07 approx for 1250 Qty
Status
Stoploss Hit
Exit Price
₹500
Net P&L
-₹26,937.05 (-23.38%)
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NSE:DABUR price when posted: 523.3
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TrackerBot @trackerbot
Mar 5 5:43 AM

Update
Trade Entered
Entry Price
₹521.55
TrackerBot @trackerbot
Mar 6 4:06 AM

Update
Stoploss Hit
Exit Price
₹500
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Reputation: 3,821 • Yesterday 7:46 AM
Share market update: FMCG shares trade higher; Emami rises 2%
The Nifty FMCG index was trading 0.6 per cent up at 30497.8.
The Economic Times
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Type
Buy
Instrument
DABUR JUL20 FUT
Entry Price
₹467.5
Price@Trade
₹467.8
Target Price
₹469.5
Stop Price
₹465.5
Valid Till
Jul 3, 2020 3:20 AM
Margin
₹110,150.94 approx for 1250 Qty
Status
Exited
Exit Price
₹467.6
Net P&L
+₹125 (+0.11%)
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Reputation: 9,058 • Yesterday 3:02 AM

Type
Buy
Instrument
DABUR JUL20 500 CE
Entry Price
₹5.25
Price@Trade
₹5.25
Target Price
₹20
Stop Price
₹1
Valid Till
Jul 30, 2020 3:20 AM
Margin
₹6,562.5 approx for 1250 Qty
Status
Active
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Type
Sell
Instrument
DABUR
Entry Price
₹462.9
Price@Trade
₹469.7
Target Price
₹459.4
Stop Price
₹466.4
Valid Till
Jul 3, 2020 3:20 AM
Margin
₹115,725 approx for 250 Qty
Status
Expired before entry
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Reputation: 3,821 • Jul 2 7:41 AM
Share market update: FMCG shares mixed; United Breweries gains 3%
The Nifty FMCG index was trading 0.09 per cent up at 30259.4.
The Economic Times
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Reputation: 3,821 • Jul 1 9:36 AM
Rural growth alone won’t be able to sustain demand in the long term: Dabur Ex-CEO
‘Rural growth alone wont be able to sustain demand in the long term
The Economic Times
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