On February 6, the combined market capitalisation of Tata Group companies exceeded ₹30 lakh crore, marking a significant achievement for the conglomerate. This makes Tata Group the first conglomerate in India to reach such a milestone, propelled by impressive performances from key entities including Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Motors, Tata Power, and Indian Hotels.
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Performance Highlights of Tata Group
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd witnessed a surge of over 9 per cent in 2024, demonstrating robust growth.
Tata Motors Ltd
Tata Motors Ltd saw a notable advancement of over 20 per cent, reflecting positive market sentiment towards the company.
Tata Power experienced a substantial jump of 18 per cent, indicating strong performance in the energy sector.
Indian Hotels recorded a gain of 16 percent, contributing to the overall growth of the Tata Group.
Tata Group, with 24 companies listed on exchanges, observed varied performances. While companies like Tejas Network, Tata Elxsi, and Tata Chemicals faced a decline of over 10 per cent, others showcased gains ranging from 1 to 5 percent.
Individual Company Performances
TCS’s Partnership Expansion
Tata Consultancy Services reached a new market cap high of ₹15 lakh crore on February 5, following the announcement of a 15-year partnership expansion with Aviva, a leading UK insurance company. This partnership aims to revolutionize the “UK Life business,” contributing to TCS’s growth trajectory.
Tata Motors’ Growth Momentum
Tata Motors witnessed a surge in its stock price in the past month, attributed to strong earnings and favorable market conditions. Factors such as the easing impact of semiconductor chip shortage, lower raw material prices, and robust demand contributed to its success. Notably, the Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) division posted an impressive 16.2 per cent margin, further boosting investor confidence.
Anticipated Growth for Tata Power
Tata Power has exhibited growth in 2024, with expectations of gaining further momentum post the Interim Budget. With a substantial clean energy portfolio of 5,500 MW, covering solar, wind, and hydropower, Tata Power is positioned for continued success in the energy sector.
In summary, the Tata Group‘s remarkable achievement in surpassing the ₹30 lakh crore market capitalisation milestone underscores its strong position in the Indian market and its ability to deliver consistent value to investors.