TTM - Tata Motors Limited

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+0.08 (+0.92%)
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Previous Close8.74
Bid8.85 x 1000
Ask8.86 x 2200
Day's Range8.81 - 8.96
52 Week Range7.38 - 17.14
Avg. Volume1,852,329
Market Cap5.379B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.91
PE Ratio (TTM)4.56
EPS (TTM)1.93
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2016-07-14
1y Target Est14.00
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    UPDATE 1-India's Sept passenger vehicle sales dive 24% as slowdown persists

    NEW DELHI/BENGALURU, Oct 11 (Reuters) - India's passenger vehicle sales slumped 23.7% in September, the eleventh straight month of declines, prompting an industry body to flag more job cuts if sales failed to pick up soon. Passenger vehicle sales dropped to 223,317 units in September, the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) data showed, while passenger car sales dived 33.4% to 131,281 units. SIAM's data comes as the domestic automobile industry faces a crippling slowdown in demand that has led to production cuts and thousands of job losses.

  • Financial Times

    Tata Motors says India tax cut will not rescue carmakers

    The head of Indian carmaker Tata Motors has questioned New Delhi’s corporate tax cut saying it is insufficient to pull the country’s auto sector out of its historic rut, underscoring the difficulty the government and industry face in addressing the unprecedented slowdown. The corporate tax cut is “nothing which is going to help us get out of the current situation”, he said.

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  • Jaguar Land Rover to stop output at UK factories for a week due to Brexit

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  • Reuters

    UK Labour party pledge billions to support electric vehicle industry

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  • Reuters

    India's Tata Motors to launch new EV in 2020

    Indian automaker Tata Motors will launch an electric vehicle (EV) early next year based on a new powertrain technology it has developed to grow its portfolio of clean energy cars, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. The government's incentive scheme supporting electric transport and a recent cut in taxes on electric cars is making it more affordable to build EVs, Guenter Butschek, CEO, Tata Motors, told reporters in Mumbai. "It is a completely different conversation (on EVs) now.

  • Reuters

    Billionaire Brexiteer Ratcliffe's Ineos to build new 4x4 vehicle in Britain

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  • Reuters

    Indian tax panel unlikely to favour tax rate cut for auto sector -sources

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  • JLR to launch 30 new vehicles in China over next two years

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    Luxury carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) plans to launch 30 new or revamped vehicles in China in the next two years, it said on Wednesday, seeking to build on a recent recovery in sales in the world's biggest auto market. JLR, owned by India's Tata Motors, said the models would include imported ones as well as products built by Chery Jaguar Land Rover, its local joint venture with Wuhu-based carmaker Chery Auto. The plan follows a 17% rise in JLR's sales in China in August and a 40% jump in July, after a more than 20% decline last year.

  • Nifty, Sensex tepid on slowdown concerns; Tata Motors drags

    Nifty, Sensex tepid on slowdown concerns; Tata Motors drags

    Domestic stock markets and the rupee had plunged on Tuesday after data last week showed the economy grew at its weakest pace in over six years. Foreign investors pulled out 20.16 billion rupees ($281.99 million) from capital markets on Tuesday, according to NSE data. Trade sentiment globally remained subdued after data showed the U.S. manufacturing sector contracted in August for the first time since 2016 amid worries about a weakening global economy and rising trade tensions between China and the United States.

  • Buy Tesla Stock if TSLA Hooks Up With Volkswagen

    Buy Tesla Stock if TSLA Hooks Up With Volkswagen

    Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) and Volkswagen (OTCMKTS:VLKAF) would make a great couple. If the companies do get together, investors should buy TSLA stock.Source: Vitaliy Karimov / Like a bachelor or bachelorette who is intellectually brilliant but has little common sense or everyday skills, TSLA has had tremendous achievements but has struggled with more rote tasks. Elon Musk and his crew have developed electric cars that are technologically advanced, can run on one charge for a long time and appeal to many people. Using these attributes, TSLA, largely singlehandedly, made electric vehicles cool around the world.But when it comes to more mundane tasks, what some call "blocking and tackling," the company has been pretty dismal.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsIn a column published back in January 2018, I pointed out that problem. I noted that TSLA was having problems producing enough vehicles to meet demand. I warned that TSLA could lose its first-mover advantage unless it solved the issue. The solution I recommended was partnering with a large auto producer, and I wrote that Ford (NYSE:F) would be an excellent partner for TSLA. I told investors to sell Tesla stock unless the company paired up with a large automaker.Fast forward to mid-2019. Of course, TSLA still hasn't made a partnership deal. And according to a June 2019 Fox Business article, "Tesla continues to struggle to scale production." Moreover, Tesla is also struggling to increase sales in the U.S. while expanding in China. Plus Fox Business's Joe Williams writes that poor reviews and manufacturing issues have "plagued" its new Model 3.If that wasn't enough, Elon Musk has also (just since January 2018) had problems communicating with shareholders, staying out of trouble with the Securities and Exchange Commission, deciding on a sales strategy, and, most importantly, maintaining profitability.Unfortunately for the long-time owners of Tesla stock, Wall Street has caught onto Tesla's problems. In 2019, when the stock market and most tech stocks have rallied, Tesla stock has tumbled over 35%. And since January 2018, TSLA stock has sunk a staggering 30%. It Won't Get Easier for TSLANo one should expect the road to get easier for TSLA or Tesla stock. As I pointed out last month, the federal tax credit that buyers of Tesla's vehicles receive fell by 50% to just $1,875 on July 1. The credit is on pace to be eliminated completely by 2020. That means TSLA is at a major disadvantage compared to EV makers whose vehicles still qualify for the full tax credit. * 7 Tech Industry Dividend Stocks for Growth and Income Not surprisingly Bernstein's Toni Sacconaghi warned that TSLA's competition in the luxury segment was intensifying. Specifically, according to Barron's, the analyst stated that the sales of Tesla's higher-end Model S and Model X are "deteriorating" due to competition from Jaguar and Audi. India's Tata Motors (NYSE:TTM) owns Jaguar, while Volkswagen owns Audi.Speaking of Volkswagen, on Aug. 22, a German business publication reported that the German automaker was interested in buying a stake in TSLA. Volkswagen denied the report.If the deal goes through, it would be great news for TSLA and the owners of Tesla stock. Although Volkswagen has its share of problems, including its emission scandal and a high rate of recalls, it's nonetheless the sort of huge, successful automaker that can fix most of Tesla's "blocking and tackling" issues.In 2018, the German automaker set a delivery record, driven partly by growth in the U.S. and Europe. Its new products have largely been successful and it has experience with many different types of autos, including its lower-end Volkswagen brand models and its high-end Audi models. Both Volkswagen and Audi models have been fairly popular in the U.S. Its joint ventures with China could help TSLA in that market. Would the Deal Make Sense?Most of all, Volkswagen's executives and technical experts can give Elon Musk advice about how to effectively increase Tesla's production as well as on how to sell and build automobiles. And the money that the highly indebted, unprofitable TSLA would get from Volkswagen wouldn't hurt either.For its part, Volkswagen can benefit from Tesla's wealth of experience in high tech and developing electric vehicles. It would be a great marriage, one that would likely propel both companies' businesses and stocks much higher.And since the deal would obviously benefit both companies, it could happen. Still, Volkswagen could balk at spending the money, and Elon Musk may not want to cede any of his control to outsiders.But if Volkswagen does take a stake in TSLA, I would buy Tesla stock. Until then, however, I would stay away.As of this writing, Larry Ramer did not own shares of any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Companies Using AI to Grow * The 10 Biggest Winners From Second-Quarter Earnings * 7 Marijuana Penny Stocks to Consider for Those Who Can Handle Risk The post Buy Tesla Stock if TSLA Hooks Up With Volkswagen appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Why one auto watcher thinks Volkswagen buying a Tesla stake is a good idea
    Yahoo Finance

    Why one auto watcher thinks Volkswagen buying a Tesla stake is a good idea

    Greg Migliore, editor-in-chief of Autoblog, believes it'd be a 'brilliant move' for Volkswagen to really look at buying Tesla and it will give it a 'critical edge'.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Top Indian automakers plan production cuts amid industry crisis

    Indian automakers Tata Motors Ltd and Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd (M&M) said on Friday they would cut production at some plants in response to slowing demand that industry executives say has driven the sector into one of its worst downturns. Tata Motors, which had previously flagged a "challenging external environment", said it closed some blocks at its Pune plant in the western state of Maharashtra. Shares of Tata Motors and M&M fell between 1.8% and 2.4% before cutting losses in a broader Mumbai market that was 1.3% higher as of 0720 GMT.