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    Tata Motors shares fall 13% in 5 days as market expects margin to nearly halve

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    Tata Motors shares fall 13% in 5 days as market expects margin to nearly halve

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    Tata Motors share price: Shares of Tata Motors slumped nearly four percent on Thursday ahead of its earnings for the quarter ended March 2022. The Street expects the auto major to report a mixed bag of earnings in the March quarter. The company's operating margin is likely to be under pressure due to higher raw material costs.

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    Shares of Tata Motors have been falling for five straight days now as the Street expects the automobile manufacturing company's operating margin to be under pressure due to higher raw material costs.
    The stock slumped nearly four percent today to touch an intraday low of Rs 373.10 on NSE.
    At 0952 IST, the scrip was down 3 percent at Rs 376.45 on NSE.
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    According to CNBC-TV18 Poll, the company is expected to report losses, on a standalone basis, but much lower losses compared to the third quarter of FY22.  Standalone volumes are likely to be strong  driven by improvement in demand in both Passenger Vehicles and Commercial Vehicles segments.
    Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) volumes are also expected to be under pressure, down 37.6 percent YoY at 76,526 units. Chip shortage is seen hurting production.
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    There are some key factors that market participants will watch out for in the results of the automobile manufacturer.
    Some of those monitorable factors are the production situation at JLR, demand and inventory situation across JLR’s key markets, growth outlook for domestic business, inflationary impact on both the businesses going ahead and new product launches with timelines.
    (With inputs from Sonia Shenoy)
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