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In the last 36 months, Tata Motors has increased its stock by 204 pieces

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<p>Tata Motors stock has greatly outpaced major indexes with a 204% return in the previous 36 months compared to a 50% return in the Nifty, according to a research from Motilal Oswal Financial Services. This is due to the company’s outstanding success across all of its important business divisions.</p>
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<p>“The majority of the positive triggers have already been accounted for in our estimations. We do not see any need to reconsider our TP, which is already based on SoTP value, even if the company demerger seems to be a step in the right way, the statement said.</p>
<p>The plan to demerge the firm into two distinct listed entities—CV and its connected investments and b) PV, which includes India PV, EV, JLR, and related investments—was accepted by the Tata Motors board.</p>
<p>This seems to be a natural development from the independent reporting of the India PV financials and the CV financials, which are managed by different CEOs (from 2021). According to a study by Emkay Global Financial Services, “We believe this signifies management’s confidence that the two businesses can operate independently with self-sustaining cash flows.”</p>
<p>The demerger announcement between Tata Motors’ two divisions, CVs and PVs, would divide the company’s worth in half and should allow for flexibility and a focused strategy. The relocation is explained by the fact that there are no synergies between the two firms. According to Ashwin Patil, Senior Research Analyst at LKP Securities, “their volume performances, margins, drivers, and competitors are totally diverse.”</p>
<p>Since the demerger announcement, Tata Motors’ stock has increased by 4.6% to Rs 1033 on the BSE.</p>
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