Stocks10 Most Expensive Stocks In India | Should You Invest In Them?

December 20, 2022by Sanket Alurkar0

There are 7000 stocks in Indian share market, each of them is bought and sold at different price. Some of these stocks are cheap like penny stocks and others with a very high value. There are various factors which set the price of the stock.

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Following are the 10 most expensive shares in India.

10. Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd

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Lakshmi Machine Works Limited is engaged in the production and distribution of textile spinning machinery, computer numerical control machine tools, heavy castings, and parts and components for the aerospace industry. The current market price of the stock is ₹13,957.60.

Key Features Value
IPO Price
All Time High Price (2022) 12,664.55 INR
Current Price 12,664.55 INR
Website https://www.lmwglobal.com/
9. Procter & Gamble Hygiene and Health Care Ltd

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P&G Hygiene and Health Care are among the top 10 FMCG companies in India. P&G’s growth can be accounted for by the rate at which this company is growing. Their share price is so high that it is one of the top 10 highest share prices in the world.  The current market price of the stock is ₹14,119.80.

Key Features Value
IPO Price
All Time High Price (2022) 14,380.00 INR
Current Price 14,119.80 INR
Website https://in.pg.com/
8. Bosch Ltd

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Bosch Ltd represents Industrial, Automotive, Consumer Technology, Energy and Building technology. The company manufactures and trades items like security systems, electrical power tools, automotive aftermarket products, consumer energy things and solutions are some of the products that are manufactured and traded by this company.

The current market price of the stock is ₹17,510.0.

Key Features Value
IPO Price
All Time High Price (2022) 17,510.00 INR
Current Price 17,517.65 INR
Website https://www.bosch.com/
7. Nestle India Ltd

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Nestle India is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nestle SA, which is the largest food company in the world measured by revenue and is headquartered in Switzerland.

In 1912, NESTLE started doing business in India, back then it was known as NESTLE Anglo Swiss Condensed Milk Company (Export) Limited.

At that time, the company was engaged in the business of importing and selling completed products in the Indian market. The company’s footprint in India continued to grow throughout the course of time.

The majority of the firm’s product categories, including milk products and nutrition, drinks, prepared dishes and culinary aids, chocolate and confectionery. The current market price of the stock is ₹ 20,047.90.

Key Features Value
IPO Price
All Time High Price (2022) 20, 065.90 INR
Current Price 20,047.70 INR
Website https://www.nestle.in/
6. Abbott India Ltd

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Abbott India Ltd. was founded in 1944. It has a presence in more that 160 nations around the world. Abbott India Ltd is considered to be the most successful global pharmaceutical businesses operating in India.

Independent distributors distribute the goods almost exclusively within India.

The current market price of the stock is ₹20,838.00.  It has registered over 300% returns in the past 5 years.

Key Features Value
IPO Price
All Time High Price (2022) 20,928.70 INR
Current Price 20,927.00 INR
Website https://www.abbott.co.in/
5. 3M India Ltd

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The company was Incorporated in 1987 as Birla 3M Ltd. 3M India LTD. is a life science application company that deals in a wide range of products ranging from healthcare to automation.

The current market price of the stock is ₹23,088.70.  Scotch Brite is owned by 3M in India.  3M operates under 4 verticals which includes safety and industrial, transportation and electronics.

It is one of the most diversified tech companies as it manufactures paint adhesives, paint protection films, abrasives etc.

Key Features Value
IPO Price
All Time High Price (2022) 23,149.00 INR
Current Price 23,088.70 INR
Website https://www.3mindia.in/3M/en_IN/company-in/
4.  Shree Cement Ltd

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Shree Cements are the owners of Chennai Super Kings.

The company is the largest cement manufacturers in India, they have manufacturing units in six states. It has a market capitalization of above ₹ 1 Trillion, the current market price of the stock is ₹23,856.00.

Key Features Value
IPO Price
All Time High Price (2022) 23,867.25 INR
Current Price 23,856.00 INR
Website https://www.shreecement.com/
3. Honeywell Automation India Limited

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Honeywell Automation is subsidiary of Honeywell which is an MNC headquartered in California, USA.

They have office spaces in India in 9 cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata etc. It is currently trading at a price ₹41,202.50. It has products dealing with environmental and combustion controls and provides engineering services to global clients.

The stock is premium priced as it is backed by healthy balance sheet, strong percentage and asset-light business model.

Key Features Value
IPO Price 347 – 366 INR
All Time High Price (2022) 41,736 INR
Current Price 41,202.70 INR
Website https://www.honeywell.com/us/en
2. Page Industries Ltd.

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Page Industries is the poster boy of multibagger stocks.

The Jockey Products in India, UAE, Nepal, Bangladesh are manufactured and marketed by Page Industries.

The current market price of the stock is ₹43,839.70. As the company plans to enhance the stock continues to exhibit strong fundamentals as the products enter more premium ranges.

Key Features Value
IPO Price 360 to 395 INR per share
All Time High Price (2022) 44,100.70 INR
Current Price 43,839.70 INR
Website https://www.pageind.com/

1. MRF Limited

most expensive stock in india

In Madras, MRF which stands for (Madras Rubber Factory) began as a small unit for toy manufacturing in the backyard of MR. K. M Mammen Mappillai. MRF is primarily engages in manufacturing of tyres, it also manufactures sports goods, paints, and coats.

MRF also owns the funskool brand.

In 1990, when MRF’s IPO was released its share price was Rs 11 currently its price is ₹ 89,822.70 per share. The company had humble beginnings which was started with a capital of Rs 14000 as a rubber balloon factory, and until 1949 the company was making balloons, contraceptives and toys.

Today it is India’s largest tire manufacturer and 14th in the world. It took the industry to new highs and brought new innovations via technological investments in the field.

MRF is the most expensive share in India as the stock has never been split by the company and it exhibits strong fundamentals and growth opportunities.

Key Features Value
IPO Price 11 INR
All Time High Price (2022) 89,971.70 INR
Current Price 89,822.70 INR
Website https://www.mrftyres.com/

FAQS

Q. Which is highest price share in India?

Answer : MRF is the highest priced share in India at ₹ 98,599.95 per share

Q. Which stock is the least expensive share in India?

Answer : Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd. It’s market price is ₹13,957.60.

Q. Which stocks will boom in 2023?

Answer : 3M India Ltd, Shree Cement Ltd, Abbott India Ltd. are the socks which will boom in 2023.

Q. Which share will grow in future?

Answer: P&G Hygiene and Healthcare share will grow in future.

Q. Can I buy 1 MRF share?

Answer :  The share price is to high ordinary investor cannot buy 1 MRF share in India.

These where the top most expensive shares in India. We sincerely hope that you liked the article and found it informative. If Yes Kindly share the article with your friends and colleagues who are interested in knowing more about shares and stocks.

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