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Sun TV Network Ltd drops out for fifth consecutive session

Sun TV Network Ltd quotes at Rs 473.15, down 0.63% on the day at 13:24 IST on the NSE. The stock has fallen 4.02% in the past year, compared to a 23.13% rally in NIFTY and a 30.88% surge in the Nifty Media Index.

Sun TV Network Ltd fell for a fifth consecutive session today. The stock is trading at Rs 473.15, down 0.63% on the day as of 1:24 p.m. IST on the NSE. The benchmark NIFTY index is down about 1.53% on the day, at 17013.3. The Sensex is at 56927.99, down 1.61%. Sun TV Network Ltd is down around 3.81% in the past month. Meanwhile, the Nifty Media index of which Sun TV Network Ltd is a part, has fallen around 1.69% over the past month and is currently trading at 2172.75, up 0.51% on the day. . The share volume stood at 8.87 lakh shares today, compared to the daily average of 7.01 lakh shares over the past month.

The benchmark January futures contract for the stock is quoted at Rs 469.55, down 1.5% on the day. Sun TV Network Ltd has fallen 4.02% over the past year, compared to a 23.13% rally in NIFTY and a 30.88% surge in the Nifty Media Index.

The stock’s PE is 11.21 based on TTM earnings ending September 21st.

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