TTM - Tata Motors Limited

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
11.20
-0.51 (-4.36%)
At close: 3:59PM EST

11.20 -0.00 (-0.04%)
After hours: 4:11PM EST

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Previous Close11.71
Open11.35
Bid11.23 x 4000
Ask11.24 x 1000
Day's Range11.07 - 11.39
52 Week Range7.38 - 17.14
Volume2,426,151
Avg. Volume1,299,834
Market Cap7.46B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.54
PE Ratio (TTM)5.79
EPS (TTM)1.93
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateJul 13, 2016
1y Target Est13.50
  • Jaguar Land Rover UK factories could shut down in two weeks due to coronavirus
    Autoblog

    Jaguar Land Rover UK factories could shut down in two weeks due to coronavirus

    Jaguar Land Rover has enough parts from China to maintain its British production for the next two weeks but not beyond that at the moment, Chief Executive Ralf Speth said on Tuesday. Britain's biggest carmaker, which operate three car factories in its home market, joined major global companies such as Apple in warning of the impact of the virus on supply chains. The rapidly spreading virus has killed nearly 1,900 in China and stricken some 72,000 people, confining millions to their homes, disrupting supply chains and delaying reopening of factories after the extended Lunar New Year holiday break.

  • Jaguar Land Rover's UK output at risk from coronavirus-hit supplies
    Reuters

    Jaguar Land Rover's UK output at risk from coronavirus-hit supplies

    Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has flown Chinese parts in suitcases to Britain to maintain production and could run out after two weeks as the impact of the coronavirus outbreak hits firms across countries and industries. Britain's biggest carmaker, which operates three car factories in its home market making nearly 400,000 vehicles a year, joined major global companies such as Apple in warning of the impact of the virus on supply chains. Components made in China are used in millions of vehicles assembled around the world and Hubei province - the centre of the virus outbreak - is a major hub for vehicle parts production and shipments.

  • Financial Times

    Jaguar Land Rover rushes parts out of China in suitcases

    Jaguar Land Rover is flying components out of China in suitcases as it races to prevent its UK plants from closing by the end of this month. Sir Ralf Speth, chief executive of the UK’s biggest carmaker, said the company’s British plants were “safe for this week” and the week after, but faced difficulties sourcing parts from China in the following weeks, which represented “a risk for overall production”. “We have flown parts in suitcases from China to the UK just to make sure that we have got the right parts,” he said, adding that last week the company was missing 38 key components.

  • Jaguar Land Rover to cut output at two UK factories
    Reuters

    Jaguar Land Rover to cut output at two UK factories

    Jaguar Land Rover will reduce or stop production on certain days at two of its British factories over the next few weeks as Britain's biggest carmaker pursues cost-cutting measures in response to falling demand. JLR posted a 2.3% drop in retail sales in the three months to the end of December and has targeted billions of pounds worth of savings to tackle falling diesel demand in Europe and a tough sales environment in China. The firm will halt production on selected days over a four-week period from late February at its Castle Bromwich factory in central England and stop production on some half or full days at its nearby Solihull facility until the end of March.

  • Reuters

    SE Asia Stocks-Philippines, Singapore gain on rate cut hopes

    * MAS says policy stance unchanged, but signals room for easing * Thai c.bank decision due later in the day * Philippine Jan inflation rises, but rate cut still likely * Indonesia Q4 GDP growth rate slower-than-expected By Shruti Sonal Feb 5 (Reuters) - Philippine stocks rose on Wednesday, boosted by expectations of an interest rate cut despite a surprise jump in January inflation, while Singapore shares gained after its central bank said it had room to ease policy if required. The Philippine index gained more than 1.3%, with index heavyweights San Miguel Corp and GT Capital Holdings Inc jumping about 5% and 3%, respectively. Data showed January inflation was at its highest in eight months, but the outcome was still within the Philippine central bank's comfort range and supported views that it will likely cut rates at its meeting on Thursday.

  • Why Tesla has a huge productivity advantage over Detroit's big three
    Yahoo Finance

    Why Tesla has a huge productivity advantage over Detroit's big three

    One analyst says Tesla has a "huge productivity advantage" over traditional car makers that use traditional engines.

  • AUTOSHOW-VW's Skoda targets Indian revival with tougher safety, emission rules
    Reuters

    AUTOSHOW-VW's Skoda targets Indian revival with tougher safety, emission rules

    Skoda is hoping government moves to drag regulations for cars sold in India up to developed market standards will help turn around its fortunes in a market where it has stalled. The Volkswagen-owned Czech carmaker has been tasked with helping its German parent achieve a 2025 target of a 5% market share in India, which is dominated by home-grown automakers including Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra.

  • Reuters

    PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Jan. 31

    The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. - In a speech on Monday British PM Boris Johnson will say that he is ready to accept the "off-the-shelf" model first proposed by the Europen Union's Chief negotiator, Michel Barnier. - The British government's plans to introduce a cap on Huawei will cost BT about 500 million pounds($657.20 million) over the next five years, the telecoms group has revealed.

  • Jaguar-Land Rover parent warns of profit hit from coronavirus outbreak
    Reuters

    Jaguar-Land Rover parent warns of profit hit from coronavirus outbreak

    The coronavirus outbreak in China could hit profits at luxury car brands Jaguar and Land Rover, parent Tata Motors said on Thursday, the latest company to warn of an impact from the epidemic that has killed 170 people and forced businesses to suspend operations. It could hamper JLR production in China as the epidemic has raised concerns that thousands of Chinese factory workers on extended Lunar New Year holidays may struggle to get back to work next week due to extensive travel restrictions. The Indian carmaker said the outbreak could impact its profit margin forecast of around 3% for the JLR unit in fiscal 2020 at a time when it was making progress on a turnaround plan to improve sales in China.

  • Jaguar Land Rover boss to step down in September
    Reuters

    Jaguar Land Rover boss to step down in September

    The boss of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will step down from his role at the end of his contract term in September as Britain's biggest carmaker shows signs of improvement after a torrid 2019 of job cuts, deep losses and falling sales. Ralf Speth has led the company since 2010 during which it has pursued a major global expansion with new factories in China, Brazil and Slovakia putting it on course to make 1 million cars per year. JLR posted a 6% decline in 2019 sales but it has bounced back in China in recent months and overall company sales rose by 1.3% in December.

  • Reuters

    British car production falls at quickest pace since recession

    British car output dropped last year at the fastest rate since the 2008-9 recession, hit by slumping exports and diesel demand, as an industry body called for an ambitious post-Brexit trade deal to protect the sector. Production fell by an annual 14.2% to 1.3 million cars in 2019, the third consecutive fall, also hit by some automakers closing factories for additional days in case of Brexit-related disruption, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). "It is essential we re-establish our global competitiveness and that starts with an ambitious free trade agreement with Europe," said SMMT Chief Executive Mike Hawes.

  • Nifty, Sensex end higher after selloff; Tata Motors, Bajaj Finance jump
    Reuters

    Nifty, Sensex end higher after selloff; Tata Motors, Bajaj Finance jump

    Indian stock indexes closed higher on Wednesday following a sharp selloff this week, as investors snapped up beaten down metals stocks and took heart from strong corporate earnings reports. The Nifty ended 0.61% higher at 12,129.50, while the Sensex closed up 0.57% at 41,198.66. The Nifty had fallen some 1.8% over the past two sessions as investors fretted about the economic impact from a virus outbreak in China.

  • Tata launches 'ecosystem' to kickstart Indian clean vehicles
    Reuters

    Tata launches 'ecosystem' to kickstart Indian clean vehicles

    India's Tata Group is making its biggest push yet toward clean vehicles with plans to make electric cars and batteries, set up charging stations and build a battery recycling plant, senior executives said on Tuesday. To try to curb pollution and reduce its fuel import bill, India is pushing automakers to produce electric vehicles, but has faced resistance from some that say the charging infrastructure needs to be set up first and battery costs are too high to allow the manufacture of affordable EVs. Tata Motors , Tata Chemicals , Tata Power and Tata Croma, a chain of stores selling consumer electronics, are pooling resources and expertise to build an electric vehicle ecosystem, the executives told reporters in Mumbai.

  • Reuters

    Trump's 'massive' U.S.-UK trade deal faces big hurdles

    Britain is the United States' closest ally but their long friendship may be sorely tested as the two countries try to forge a new trade agreement after Britain's exit from the European Union. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday in London that he was optimistic that a bilateral deal with Britain could be reached as soon as this year. Javid has insisted that Britain will proceed with a unilateral digital services tax, despite a U.S. threat to levy retaliatory tariffs on British-made autos.

  • Investors build war chests to buy bonds of distressed European companies
    Reuters

    Investors build war chests to buy bonds of distressed European companies

    Years into a bond market bull-run, investors are banking on a brighter future for funds that buy the debt of financially troubled European companies whose bonds are offering meatier returns because they are more risky. With European economic growth expected to be subdued in 2020, and default rates tipped to rise, investors expect an increase in the number of companies that will struggle to service their debt. Private equity groups and asset managers are creating so-called special situation funds to identify suitable targets for these high-risk - and potentially high-reward - bets.