Tata Group stocks remain under pressure after NCLAT verdict; fall up to 2% in morning trade

Shares of various Tata Group companies remained under pressure on Thursday as well, falling up to 2 percent in morning trade, after the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) restored Cyrus Mistry as Tata Sons Chairman

Press Trust of India December 19, 2019 12:44:13 IST
Tata Group stocks remain under pressure after NCLAT verdict; fall up to 2% in morning trade
  • Shares of various Tata Group companies remained under pressure on Thursday as well, falling up to 2 percent in morning trade, after the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) restored Cyrus Mistry as Tata Sons Chairman

  • Tata Power Company fell 1.62 percent, Tata Coffee declined 1.52 percent, Tata Metaliks dipped 1.60 percent, Tata Steel 1.46 percent and Tata Communications 1.23 percent on the BSE in early trade

  • The scrip of Tata Global Beverages fell 0.89 percent, Indian Hotels Company slipped 0.62 percent, Titan Company 0.46 percent, Tata Motors 0.37, Tata Investment Corporation 0.14 percent and Tata Consultancy Services stock fell 0.10 percent

New Delhi: Shares of various Tata Group companies remained under pressure on Thursday as well, falling up to 2 percent in morning trade, after the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) restored Cyrus Mistry as Tata Sons Chairman.

Tata Power Company fell 1.62 percent, Tata Coffee declined 1.52 percent, Tata Metaliks dipped 1.60 percent, Tata Steel 1.46 percent and Tata Communications 1.23 percent on the BSE in early trade.

The scrip of Tata Global Beverages fell 0.89 percent, Indian Hotels Company slipped 0.62 percent, Titan Company 0.46 percent, Tata Motors 0.37, Tata Investment Corporation 0.14 percent and Tata Consultancy Services stock fell 0.10 percent.

Tata Group stocks remain under pressure after NCLAT verdict fall up to 2 in morning trade

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However, later some of these scrips such as Tata Motors and TCS bounced back and were trading with gains.

Various group scrips had fallen up to 4 percent in the previous trade after the order.

In a big win for Cyrus Mistry, a company law appeals court on Wednesday restored him as executive chairman of Tata Sons and ruled that appointment of N Chandrasekaran as head of the holding company of over $110 billion salt-to-software conglomerate was illegal.

It, however, stayed the operation of the order with respect to reinstatement for four weeks to allow Tatas to appeal.

Mistry, scion of the wealthy Shapoorji Pallonji family, had in December 2012 succeeded Ratan Tata as the Executive Chairman of Tata Sons, a post that also made him the head of all Tata group listed firms such as Tata Power and Tata Motors.

In an overnight coup, he was removed as the Chairman of Tata Sons in October 2016. Along with him, the entire senior management too was purged and Ratan Tata was back at the helms of affairs four years after he took retirement.

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