TTM - Tata Motors Limited

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
11.77
+0.20 (+1.73%)
At close: 4:02PM EST

11.98 +0.21 (1.78%)
Pre-Market: 8:46AM EST

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Previous Close11.57
Open11.65
Bid11.97 x 800
Ask12.00 x 2200
Day's Range11.58 - 11.82
52 Week Range10.29 - 29.11
Volume2,279,083
Avg. Volume1,618,377
Market Cap7.427B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.11
PE Ratio (TTM)6.08
EPS (TTM)1.93
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2016-07-14
1y Target Est14.00
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Tata Motors cuts profit margin outlook over JLR's Brexit, China woes
    Reuters Videos14 days ago

    Tata Motors cuts profit margin outlook over JLR's Brexit, China woes

    Indian automaker Tata Motors Ltd lowered its profit margin guidance for the current fiscal year after it posted its biggest quarterly loss on Thursday, hurt by an impairment charge for its British luxury car business Jaguar Land Rover (JLR). Francesca Lynagh reports.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Honda to Shut Major U.K. Production Plant Amid Brexit Uncertainty

    LONDON—Japanese car maker Honda Motor Co. will shut a major production plant in the U.K., becoming the latest auto group to plan a pull back from the U.K. as Brexit looms. The closure of the plant in Swindon, a pro-Brexit district in southwest England, was confirmed by local British lawmaker Justin Tomlinson and fills out a picture suggesting that the nation’s car-manufacturing industry is in decline. “They are clear this is based on global trends and not Brexit,” Mr. Tomlinson said in a statement, adding the factory will be closed in 2021-22.

  • Jaguar Land Rover Is Headed for a Cash Crash
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Jaguar Land Rover Is Headed for a Cash Crash

    The fourth-quarter loss announced by the Tata Motors Ltd.-owned company earlier this month was driven by a 3.1 billion pound ($3.9 billion) impairment charge. Half of the value of the writedown – some 1.55 billion pounds – comes out of tangible assets, which now won’t generate the value the company previously thought due to weak market conditions in China, technology disruptions, and rising debt costs.

  • Unloved and indebted, UK plc risks higher bond repayment costs from Brexit
    Reuters7 days ago

    Unloved and indebted, UK plc risks higher bond repayment costs from Brexit

    British companies with more than $130 billion (£102 billion) of debt to refinance this year are facing rising funding costs as a no-deal Brexit looms, with yields on some bonds now akin to those in emerging markets. Carmaker Jaguar Land Rover highlighted the issues facing some UK corporates when it said recently it would not tap bond markets for the $1 billion it needs to repay maturing debt and plans alternative funding instead. "Market conditions for issuing bonds presently are less favourable in general and with our bonds trading below par reflecting our recent financial performance," Jaguar Land Rover Treasurer Ben Birgbauer told Reuters.

  • India Investor Worries Go Beyond Election Angst
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    India Investor Worries Go Beyond Election Angst

    First off, recent gains have been narrowly focused this year, with only a handful of stocks, including Reliance Industries Ltd. and software exporters Infosys Ltd. and Tata Consultancy Services Ltd., driving the NSE Nifty 50 Index of India’s large caps.

  • GuruFocus.com12 days ago

    Stocks That Fell to 3-Year Lows in the Week of Feb. 8

    Allergan PLC, Vodafone Group PLC, WPP PLC and Tata Motors Ltd. have declined to their three-year lows

  • Jaguar Land Rover Considers Financing Options After Shock Writedown
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Jaguar Land Rover Considers Financing Options After Shock Writedown

    To support its needs, JLR could increase a receivables facility or turn to other bank financing, with further options including leasing assets and tapping export credit, Treasurer Ben Birgbauer said in an interview. JLR’s owner Tata Motors Ltd. shocked investors Thursday when it revealed the extent of the problems its U.K. arm is having in China. Sales of Jaguar sports cars and Land Rover SUVs dropped 35 percent in the world’s biggest auto market in the nine months to Dec. 31, sending the unit to a 273 million-pound ($354 million) loss and knocking as much as 30 percent off Tata stock.

  • Stock Market News: Jaguar Gets Crushed While Motorola Comes Back Into Style
    Motley Fool13 days ago

    Stock Market News: Jaguar Gets Crushed While Motorola Comes Back Into Style

    Trade concerns have investors examining key companies across the globe.

  • Jaguar Land Rover hands Tata the biggest loss in Indian corporate history
    Autoblog13 days ago

    Jaguar Land Rover hands Tata the biggest loss in Indian corporate history

    BENGALURU/NEW DELHI — Jaguar Land Rover's owner Tata Motors Ltd stunned markets by posting the biggest-ever quarterly loss in Indian corporate history of about $4 billion on slumping China sales, sending its shares crashing as much as 30 percent. Tata Motors also warned that the Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) unit, which brings in most of its revenue, would swing to an operating loss for the year versus an earlier projection it would break even, given weak sales at the luxury British carmaker. JLR's China retail sales were cut almost in half in the December quarter as overall demand in the world's biggest auto market contracted last year for the first time since the 1990s.

  • Jaguar Woes Lead to Tata Motors Loss for the History Books
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Jaguar Woes Lead to Tata Motors Loss for the History Books

    Tata Motors Ltd. shares had their biggest drop in 26 years in Mumbai trading after the company unveiled a writedown in its luxury Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Plc unit. Plummeting sales in China are compounding Jaguar Land Rover’s challenges that include the industry’s shift away from vehicles powered by gasoline and diesel -- a stronghold for the company. “Jaguar Land Rover is facing headwinds in multiple fronts, including geopolitical uncertainty and technological disruption apart from sluggish demand scenario in a strong market like China,” said Debjit Maji, an analyst at Stewart & Mackertich Wealth Management in Kolkata, India.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Nifty ends over 1 percent lower, Tata Motors drags

    (Reuters) - Indian shares ended over 1 percent lower on Friday, hammered by auto stocks such as Tata Motors Ltd after the automaker stunned markets by posting the biggest-ever quarterly loss in Indian ...

  • The Wheels Have Come Off at Jaguar Land Rover
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    The Wheels Have Come Off at Jaguar Land Rover

    India’s Tata Motors Ltd hasn’t been so lucky in how its own writedown was received this week. The 3.1 billion pound ($4 billion) non-cash impairment booked by Jaguar Land Rover, its British subsidiary, helped wipe 18 percent off Tata Motors’ share price on Friday, bringing the decline over the past year to 60 percent. JLR was once Tata’s golden child, but the luster has faded as a laundry list of problems emerged.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Tata Motors posts record $4 billion loss on Jaguar woes, shares crash

    BENGALURU/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Jaguar Land Rover's owner Tata Motors Ltd stunned markets by posting the biggest-ever quarterly loss in Indian corporate history of about $4 billion (£3.1 billion) on slumping China sales, sending its shares crashing as much as 30 percent. Tata Motors also warned that the Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) unit, which brings in most of its revenue, would swing to an operating loss in the year to March versus an earlier projection for breakeven, given weak sales at the luxury British carmaker. JLR's China retail sales almost halved in the December quarter as overall demand in the world's biggest auto market contracted last year for the first time since the 1990s.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] Tata Motors shares fall by most in 26 years after JLR loss

    Shares in Indian carmaker Tata Motors tumbled as much as 30 per cent on the Bombay Stock Exchange, the largest drop in 26 years, after the company announced a £3.1bn writedown of its investment in Jaguar ...

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] Tata Motors/Land Rover: dukes of hazard

    Britain’s elderly Duke of Edinburgh — the Queen’s consort — was left badly shaken when he crashed his Land Rover near the Sandringham royal estate earlier this year. JLR’s recovery will take longer. Tata Motors’ takeover of JLR during the 2008 global financial crisis was interpreted by some UK pundits as reflecting India’s economic ascendancy over its former colonial masters.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] Jaguar Land Rover pays the price as big bets fall flat

    After years of growing faster than the rest of its industry, Jaguar Land Rover’s engine is failing. Britain’s largest carmaker just reported its fourth quarter of losses in the last five quarters, and ...

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Morning News Call - India, February 8

    To access the newsletter, click on the link: http://share.thomsonreuters.com/assets/newsletters/Indiamorning/MNC_IN_02082019.pdf If you would like to receive this newsletter via email, please register at: http://financial-risk-solutions.thomsonreuters.info/india-morning FACTORS TO WATCH 5:00 pm: RBI to release weekly foreign exchange data in Mumbai. To join the conversation, click on the link: https://refini.tv/2P8N0Wp INDIA TOP NEWS Jet Airways grounds four aircraft after failing to pay lessors India's Jet Airways has grounded four aircraft after failing to make payments to lessors, in a sign that leasing firms are losing patience with the heavily indebted carrier. Tata Motors cuts profit margin outlook over JLR's Brexit, China woes Indian automaker Tata Motors lowered its profit margin guidance for the current fiscal year after it posted its biggest quarterly loss on Thursday, hurt by an impairment charge for its British luxury car business Jaguar Land Rover (JLR).

  • Why Shares of Tata Motors Were Crushed on Thursday
    Motley Fool14 days ago

    Why Shares of Tata Motors Were Crushed on Thursday

    Tata subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover had a tough 2018.

  • Jaguar Owner Posts $3.8 Billion Loss on Slump in China 
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Jaguar Owner Posts $3.8 Billion Loss on Slump in China 

    (Bloomberg) -- Tata Motors Ltd. reported a third straight quarterly loss as luxury unit Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Plc took an impairment of 278.4 billion rupees ($3.9 billion), mainly on account of challenges in the China market.Net loss was 270 billion rupees in the three months through December, the company said in a statement on Thursday, as it battled waning demand for diesel cars and risks from a potentially disorderly Brexit. Analysts predicted profit of 7.73 billion rupees on average.

  • Fitch puts Tata Motors on negative watch over JLR's Brexit woes
    Reuters15 days ago

    Fitch puts Tata Motors on negative watch over JLR's Brexit woes

    This comes after the ratings agency placed the credit ratings of JLR, Britain's biggest carmaker, under review for possible downgrades. "Trade barriers and logistic issues from a disorderly Brexit could have an impact on JLR's competitive positioning and ‍lead to significantly lower sales and profitability," the credit rating agency said, placing the parent's long-term issuer default rating on "‍rating watch negative".

  • Geely poaches Jaguar designer Wayne Burgess
    Autoblog16 days ago

    Geely poaches Jaguar designer Wayne Burgess

    The fact is simple: Chinese automaker Geely just poached designer Wayne Burgess from Jaguar. Burgess will oversee a team of 100 designers and staff, in charge of projects encompassing all of Geely's brands, and report to Peter Horbury, Geely's EVP of design. Burgess, who started at Jaguar in 1997, was lately the production studio director for Jaguar Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations, and the head of Jaguar's production cars.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Fitch puts ratings of Jaguar Land Rover under review citing Brexit

    Jaguar Land Rover, owned by India's Tata Motors Ltd, had said in January that there would be a week-long pause in production in April due to potential disruption from Brexit and trimmed production. "The group has a significant trade imbalance and production bias to the UK and could be significantly affected by trade barriers and various logistic issues," the credit rating agency said, placing JLR's long-term ratings and senior obligations at 'BB' on "Watch Negative".