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Zomato Share Price History & Returns (2021 To 2024)

Zomato Share Price History & Returns (2021 To 2024)

Updated: Fri 19 Apr 2024

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Zomato Share Highlights

As of Fri 19 Apr 2024, Zomato Share price is ₹189.20 which is ₹10.50 below 52-week high of ₹199.70 and ₹136.00 above 52-week low of ₹53.20

52-Week High Low

  • Zomato 52-Week High is ₹199.70 occured on Fri 12 Apr 2024
  • Zomato 52-Week Low is ₹53.20 occured on Wed 19 Apr 2023

All Time High

  • The all-time high or the highest price that Zomato shares have ever touched was ₹199.70 and this occurred on Fri 12 Apr 2024.
  • The highest closing price at which Zomato shares have ever closed was ₹196.89 recorded on Thu 11 Apr 2024.

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Short Info About Zomato

Zomato: A Delicious Journey of Innovation and Growth

Just over a decade ago the food delivery services were only company specific and many eateries that were unable to bear the cost of having their own delivery agents were unable to expand their area of business. In 2015 riding on the wave of increasing internet penetration, Zomato Ltd. launched its food delivery service in India and converted a challenge into an opportunity.

2008: Foodiebay was incorporated.

2010: The name of the company was changed to Zomato.

2021: It got listed on the Indian stock market.

It is an Indian MNC involved in the business of restaurant aggregator and food delivery. It can be considered as a startup which is not afraid to take bold steps. It started its operations in a lot of countries but later on took a prudent decision to shift its focus totally towards the Indian and UAE market.

It provides information, menus and reviews of restaurants as well as food delivery options from partner restaurants. Various indices have it as its constituent, such as the Nifty 100, Nifty India Digital, etc.

It has turned profitable in the first quarter of FY 2023-24 and made a profit of Rs. 2 crore. Let’s dive into the historical share price of Zomato Ltd. and see the roller coaster ride that it has taken its investors on.

Zomato Recent Performance

Over the past 23 trading days, the value of Zomato's stock has increased by ₹36.45 (+23.86%). On 14 Mar 2024, its one share was worth ₹152.75 and by 19 Apr 2024, the value jumped to ₹189.2. During this period it created a highest high of ₹199.7 and lowest low of ₹144.30.

Below Image represents line chart of daily close price of Zomato, helping you visualize how the price has changed day by day.

Zomato Recent Daily Close Chart

Zomato Share Price Chart From 2021 to 2024

Zomato Share Price History Table From 2021 to 2024

Zomato Share Price History Table From 2021 to 2024

YearZomatoYOY Chg%↑High - ↓Low

↑ ₹169

↓ ₹120


↑ ₹142

↓ ₹40.55


↑ ₹131

↓ ₹44.35


↑ ₹199

↓ ₹121

Analyzing the Impact of Investing in Zomato

Zomato Shares price in the year 2021 was ₹137.45. If you had invested ₹10,000 in Zomato Shares in 2021, in 3 years, your investment would have grown to ₹13,765 by the end of 2024. This represents a positive return of 37.6% from 2021 to 2024, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.2%.


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Zomato Share Returns In Last 5 Years

Zomato Share Returns In Last 5 Years
  • Its highest share price in the last 5 years was: ₹199.70 and lowest was: ₹40.55
  • Zomato Shares price in 2021 was ₹137.45
  • By 2024, its share price rose to ₹189.20
  • It gave a positive return of over 37% with a CAGR of 11.2% over the last 5 years
  • If you had invested ₹10,000 in Zomato in 2021 then in 5 years, your investment would have grown to ₹13,765 by 2024, which is 1.37 times of your initial investment.

Zomato Share VS FD (Normal) VS FD (Compounding)

You might wonder which option is better: shares, fixed deposits (FDs) or compounding FDs. Let’s compare them and see how they differ.

  • Shares: Units of ownership in a company can benefit from its profits or losses.
  • FDs: Deposits you make with a bank or a financial institution for a fixed time and at a fixed interest rate.
  • Compounding FDs: Similar to FDs but with one difference: the interest is reinvested into the principal amount instead of being paid out.
To help you make a well-informed decision, we have prepared a handy table that compares the returns of Zomato Share with both FD choices over time.

If you invested ₹10,000 rupees each in these 3 options in :

YearZomato InvestmentFD Normal InvestmentFD Compond Investment

Then today, your investment would have become this much in each option:


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Disclaimer: Information is provided ‘as is’ and solely for informational and educational purposes, not for trading purposes or advice. We highly recommend to do your own research before making any investment.

About The Author


Hi, I’m Nippun, a tech enthusiast from Haryana, India. I have been coding since 2010 and using my coding skills in the share market since 2020. I have been coding scripts in Pinescript that work on Tradingview app/web. I love learning about new technology and applying it to solve real-world problems. Coding and share-market are my passions, and I enjoy finding and fixing bugs in code. I aim to share my skill set and experience that can positively impact society. Feel free to connect with me, and let’s learn from each other. My Twitter