Shally Seth Mohile from business-standard said that Shares of Tata Motors rose sharply by 15.21 per cent to touch Rs 322.30 apiece on Tuesday — the highest since May 2018 — in light of positive developments like robust sales volumes in January and an emphasis on infrastructure in the Budget.
It was also aided by the strong operational performance of the consolidated entity, including Jaguar Land Rover. The Tata Group flagship’s total commercial vehicles (CV) sales in the domestic market dropped 2 per cent to 30,764 units, compared with 31,348 units a year ago. However, medium and heavy commercial vehicles (MHCVs), its cash cow,
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