Auto sectors bleeded most

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Indian Auto sector stocks had given investors very attractive return in past specially in 2016 and 2017. But now it is the sector bleeded most in recent downfall of Nifty and Sensex. Most of the auto sector stocks have shown negative trend in the year 2019 . Investors and mutual funds invested in auto sector stocks have lost their hard earned money and now expecting for a revival in auto sector stocks. Lets have a look on the auto sector stocks performance in the year 2018 and 2019.

1. Tata Motors: Tata Motors is an Indian multinational company and a part of one of the most recognised corporate house of India Tata Group. Tata Motors is a automobile manufacturing company and global leader in passenger and commercial vehicle segment. It has a business operation in more than 170 countries and recently ranked 31 in the list of most recognised global brand by Forbes. Tata Motors is a large cap stock listed in NIFTY 50 and BSE 30 index.

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 435

CMP: Rs. 120

Return (21 Months):Rs. 315 ( 72% )-Negative

2. Maruti Suzuki: Maruti Suzuki is a leading  Indian automobile manufacturing company and a joint venture of Suzuki Motors, Japan and Maruti. Maruti Suzuki has a strong domestic presence with a 53% market share in Indian passenger car market. Maruti Suzuki has strong customer base in rural and urban India. Maruti Suzuki is a large cap company and listed in NIFTY 50 and BSE 30.

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 9,730

CMP: Rs. 6,650

Return (21 Months):Rs. 3,080 ( 32% )-Negative

3. Ashok Leyland : Ashok Leyland is an Indian automobile manufacturing company having the strong global presence, specially in Asian and European market. Hinduja Group owned Ashok Leyland is second largest commercial vehicle manufacturer in India after Tata Motors. Ashok Leyland is also 4th largest bus manufacturer and 10th largest truck manufacturer in world. Ashok Leyland is listed in National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange as a mid cap stock.

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 120

CMP: Rs. 64

Return (21 Months):Rs. 56 ( 47 % )-Negative

4. Hero Motocorp: Hero Motocorp is an Indian two wheeler and scooter manufacturing company owned by Hero group. Hero Motocorp has dominating presence in domestic as well in global market  and has strong middle class customer base. Hero Motocorp is largest two wheeler manufacturer in India with a market share of 47%. It is also largest two wheeler manufacturer in world. Hero Motocorp is listed in National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange as large cap stock.

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 3,800

CMP: Rs. 2,600

Return (21 Months):Rs. 1,200 ( 32 % )-Negative

5. Eicher Motors: Eicher Motors is an Indian Tractor, two wheeler and heavy vehicles manufacturing company. Eicher motors has dominating market share in tractor and a significant market share in heavy vehicles segment. Eicher Motors also owns Royal Enfield, a middleweight motorcycle and has significant customer base. Eicher motors has entered in partnership with many foreign companies in aim to make a significance presence in global market. Eicher motors is a Large cap stock listed in National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange.

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 30,000

CMP: Rs. 18,000

Return (21 Months):Rs. 12,000 ( 40 % )-Negative

6. Mahindra and Mahindra : Mahindra and mahindra is an Indian automobile manufacturing company owned by Mahindra group. Mahindra and mahindra manufacture SUVs, buses, trucks and tractors. Mahindra and mahindra has strong market domestic presence in SUVs. Mahindra and mahindra has also a significant market share in global market specially in Asia, Europe and America. It is also working aggressively to increase their market share globally.For the purpose it entered in partnership with many global players like Renault and Ford motors. Recently it entered into a partnership with Korean car manufacturer Kia Motors, who just launched their most awaited two car models in Indian market. Mahindra nad Mahindra is listed in National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange .

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 750

CMP: Rs. 550

Return (21 Months):Rs. 200 ( 26 % )-Negative

7. MRF : Madras Rubber Factory Limited is an Indian tyre manufacturer company. MRF has dominating market share in tyre manufacturing segment in Indian market. MRF is largest tyre manufacturer in India and 14th largest in World. It manufacturer and export tyres for two wheeler, cars, trucks and buses. MRF is listed in National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange. MRF has surprised investors and experts with extraordinary growth in stock prices. It is most valuable stock of National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange.

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 72,000

CMP: Rs. 61,000

Return (21 Months):Rs. 11,000 ( 15 % )-Negative

8. Bajaj Auto : Bajaj Auto is a leading two wheeler and three wheeler manufacturing company. It is an Indian company owned by Bajaj group. Bajaj Auto has a dominating market share in three wheeler segment as well in two wheeler segment. Bajaj Auto is in tough competition with Hero motocorp and working aggressively to compete Hero Motocorp. Bajaj Auto is largest three wheeler manufacturer and third largest two wheeler manufacturer in world. It is also largest two wheeler manufacturer after Hero Motocorp and largest three wheeler manufacturer in India. It is listed in National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange as large cap.

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 3,300

CMP: Rs. 2,900

Return (21 Months):Rs. 400 ( 12 % )-Negative

9. TVS Motors: TVS Motors is an Indian motorcycle, scooter and three wheeler manufacturer company having a strong market presence in Indian as well in global market in motorcycle segment. TVS motors is second largest exporter and third largest two wheeler manufacturer in India. It has business operation in more than 50 countries. It is listed in National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange as large cap stock.

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 700

CMP: Rs. 400

Return (21 Months):Rs. 300 ( 43 % )-Negative

10. Motherson Sumi: Mothersumi is leading company manufacturing mirrors, wiring harnesses for cars and commercial vehicles. It has dominating presence in the segment in domestic as well in global market. Mothersumi is largest manufacturer of mirrors, wiring harnesses for cars and commercial vehicles. It is listed in National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange as .

Last two years performance (Nifty):

January 2018: Rs. 250

CMP: Rs. 100

Return (21 Months):Rs. 150 ( 60 % )-Negative

 

 

 

23 thoughts on “Auto sectors bleeded most”

  1. I honestly have no knowledge about stocks, but this post is pretty well put together and was easy to read even for someone who has no clue about this type of thing. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Ouch thats… Painful. Here in the PHilippines, so far our stock market is doing great. I have a few stocks on 3 companies and they’re booming great!

  3. I only knew the Mahindra brand from my previous Indian c-worker. I’m not into stocks yet at the moment, but I have plans in the future. Thanks for sharing this.

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