Hit hard by the continuing volume slowdown and mounting losses at its British arm Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), Tata Motors is looking for partnerships in China to lessen the financial burden on group's bottomline, chairman N Chandrasekaran said on Monday
Tata Motors reports net loss of Rs 3,679 cr in Q1; company's shares fall nearly 5% on ratings downgrade
Homegrown auto major Tata Motors on Thursday reported a consolidated net loss of Rs 3,679.66 crore for the first quarter ended 30 June
Tata Motors on Thursday reported a 5 percent decline in global sales, including that of Jaguar Land Rover, to 95,503 units in June
Stop calling luxury cars as sin goods, tax burden restricts growth of market: JLR India MD Rohit Suri
The government should stop classifying luxury cars as sin goods and reduce tax burden on such vehicles, as manufacturers contribute healthily in the country's economic growth, according to Jaguar Land Rover India
The next few years will be decisive for Tata Motors and the company needs to transform itself to be relevant in the world of future mobility by forming partnerships, developing new solutions and optimise investment, according to Chairman N Chandrasekaran
Tata Motors sees JLR back in profit this year on cost cuts, recovery in Chinese demand; says no plans to sell British auto arm
Britain-based JLR has been at the centre of media speculation in recent months, with reports Tata might look to sell a stake and also that the unit was set to announce a major investment in Britain.
Tata Motors Q4 net profit slumps 49% to Rs 1,109 cr as Jaguar Land Rover sales hit; expects tepid demand
Tata Motors expect a tepid demand domestically because of the liquidity situation easing as well as capacity starting to ease out on action bound regulation changes and changing sentiment.
Tata Motors' response came after various reports suggested that the sale process is already on.
Tata Motors shares continue to rise; jump over 8% on JLR's outlook for better financial results in Q4
Tata Motors' stock rose 8.36 percent to close at Rs 202.80 on the BSE. During the day, it jumped 9 percent to Rs 204.
Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is recalling over 44,000 units in the UK to rectify emission issues in models manufactured between 2016-19
Shares of Tata Motors on Tuesday jumped nearly 8 percent amid massive buying, adding Rs 4,014 crore to its market valuation, in-line with an overall bullish market sentiment
Tata Motors denies reports of JLR unit stake sale; auto firm's shares rise 3.7% to Rs 184 during intra-day
Two media reports said the company was considering options including a minority stake sale in the JLR unit or finding a venture partner that would jointly develop vehicles and lower costs.
Tata Motors shares crack 29.5% on biggest ever quarterly net loss of Rs 26,961 cr in Q3; market cap drops by over Rs 9,800 cr
Shares of Tata Motors Friday plummeted 29.5 percent after the company reported its biggest-ever quarterly net loss of Rs 26,960.8 crore for the third quarter ended 31 December
No deal Brexit will force JLR to shutdown plant for three weeks in April, profitability to be hit: Tata Motors
Tata Motors said delays at ports could disrupt import of components into the UK for manufacturing as well as export of finished vehicles.
Tata Motors shares recover 4.6% from intra-day fall after JLR takes auto major to biggest-ever quarterly loss
Total revenue from operations, however, rose 4.36 percent to Rs 77,582.71 crore as compared to Rs 74,337.7 crore in the year-ago period, Tata Motors said in a regulatory filing.
Tata Motors shares gained 2.34 percent to close at Rs 179.35 on the BSE. During the day, it surged 2.99 percent to Rs 180.50
"The negative outlook reflects JLR's weakening credit profile and the significant challenges in accomplishing a rapid turnaround amid heightened market risks and headwinds from rising input costs and fuel prices, as well as adverse impacts from the outcome of the Brexit negotiations," Moody's said in a statement.
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Commenting on the sales performance, Jaguar Land Rover Chief Commercial Officer Felix Brautigam said, "We continue to face challenges in some markets, notably China.
Last month, Tata Motors reported a consolidated net loss of Rs 1,009 crore for the second quarter ended 30 September, 2018, mainly due to a weak performance by its British arm Jaguar Land Rover (JLR).