Auto sector slowdown due to loan related issues, BS-VI transition: Tata Motors Pareek hoped that the vehicle market would grow due to the continuous expansion of infrastructure in the country and the increasing population of young professionals.
Eyeing leadership position in electric vehicle segment: Tata Motors The company, which sells its Tigor EV primarily to fleet customers, is now gearing up to cater to the personal segment with the introduction of the electric version of compact SUV Nexon which comes with a range of over 300 kms.
Tata Motors slipped up to 3.7 per cent on the BSE after news agency Reuters reported that its UK arm Jaguar Land Rover would cut jobs at its Halewood plant in UK. The stock settled 3.08 per cent lower.
SOURCE: Data from D'Market via Quandl. Intraday data delayed 15 minutes.
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