Tata Motors is likely to report a decline in its net profit mainly due to globally lower sales of Jaguar Land Rover vehicles arising out of low demand in China and higher discounts offered by JLR. Lower JLR sales compared to last year will result ... Financial Chronicle, 10 hours ago
Maruti Suzuki , the country's largest car maker, reported a 56 per cent jump, year-on-year, in its net profit in the June quarter and its net sales rose 18 per cent to Rs 13,078 crore. The growth in profit was driven by higher volumes and ...Business Standard Motoring, 6 days ago
Stocks of automobile companies, under a cloud on forecast of deficit monsoon early this month, are on a recovery path. The BSE Auto Index has appreciated more than the benchmark Sensex after touching its lowest point since November 2014 on June 11.Business Standard India, 1 month ago
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