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Top auto stocks have plunged up to 30% this year. Check automakers' market capitalisation here

Updated : 2019-10-14 15:15:04

Auto sector has been the worst-affected industry due to the ongoing economic slowdown in the country. Low consumer demand and liquidity crisis have pushed auto companies to cut jobs, with an estimated 200,000 workers having lost their employment owing to the downturn. With reduction in the goods and services tax (GST) ruled out by the government, the Nifty Auto index has slumped over 19 percent this year. A majority of auto stocks have eroded more than 20 percent of investors’ wealth in 2019, with Ashok Leyland leading the pack having declined 34.59 percent year-to-date. Here's how the market capitalisation of India's major automakers stands currently:

Maruti Suzuki has fallen nearly 10 percent this year and its market capitalisation stands at Rs 202,635 crore. (Image: Reuters)
Maruti Suzuki has fallen nearly 10 percent this year and its market capitalisation stands at Rs 202,635 crore. (Image: Reuters)
Bajaj Auto is the only auto stock that is trading in green having risen about 8 percent this year. The company's market capitalisation is at Rs 85,290 crore. (Image: Reuters)
Bajaj Auto is the only auto stock that is trading in green having risen about 8 percent this year. The company's market capitalisation is at Rs 85,290 crore. (Image: Reuters)
Mahindra & Mahindra has fallen nearly 30 percent this year, and currently has a market capitalisation of Rs 85,290 crore. (Image: Reuters)
Mahindra & Mahindra has fallen nearly 30 percent this year, and currently has a market capitalisation of Rs 85,290 crore. (Image: Reuters)
Hero MotoCorp's market capitalisation stands at Rs 52,104 crore having plunged 16 percent so far this year. (Image: Reuters)
Hero MotoCorp's market capitalisation stands at Rs 52,104 crore having plunged 16 percent so far this year. (Image: Reuters)
Eicher Motors has fallen 21 percent this year and its market capitalisation stands at Rs 49,864 crore. (Image: Company)
Eicher Motors has fallen 21 percent this year and its market capitalisation stands at Rs 49,864 crore. (Image: Company)
Tata Motors has declined 26 percent so far this year. It currently has a market cap of Rs 36,871 crore. (Image: Reuters)
Tata Motors has declined 26 percent so far this year. It currently has a market cap of Rs 36,871 crore. (Image: Reuters)
Ashok Leyland's market capitalisation stands at Rs 19,712 crore, having slipped over 34 percent so far this year. (Company Image)
Ashok Leyland's market capitalisation stands at Rs 19,712 crore, having slipped over 34 percent so far this year. (Company Image)
TVS Motors has slumped 31 percent this year, and has a market capitalisation of Rs 18,651 crore currently.
TVS Motors has slumped 31 percent this year, and has a market capitalisation of Rs 18,651 crore currently.
Escorts has fallen 15 percent this year and its market capitalisation stands at Rs 7,354 crore.
Escorts has fallen 15 percent this year and its market capitalisation stands at Rs 7,354 crore.
Force Motors market cap is at Rs 1,431 crore and stands tenth on the list of auto companies with the highest market capitalisation. (Company Image)
Force Motors market cap is at Rs 1,431 crore and stands tenth on the list of auto companies with the highest market capitalisation. (Company Image)
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