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    TVS Motor Company Ltd. shares fall 0.48% as Nifty drops


    The stock quoted a 52-week high price of Rs 503.0 and a 52-week low of Rs 240.1.

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    Shares of TVS Motor Company Ltd. traded 0.48 per cent down at Rs 454.5 on Monday at around 11:59AM (IST), while the benchmark BSE Sensex declined 14.95 points to 38830.87.

    As many as 8,550 shares changed hands on the counter with a total value of Rs 0.39 crore.

    The stock quoted a 52-week high price of Rs 503.0 and a 52-week low of Rs 240.1.

    On the technical charts, the 200-DMA of the stock stood at Rs 399.14, while 50-DMA was at Rs 425.63. If a stock trades above 50 DMA and 200 DMA, it usually means the immediate trend is up. On the other hand, if the stock trades below 50 DMA and 200 DMA both, it is considered a bearish trend and if it trades between 50DMA and 200DMA, then it suggests the stock can go anywhere.

    Shares of the company have advanced 22.08 per cent in the past one year, while Sensex has risen 4.54 per cent during the same period.

    According to BSE data, the stock trades at a price-to-earnings multiple of 72.41 and a price-to-book ratio of 4.3. A higher P/E ratio shows investors are willing to pay a higher price because of better future growth expectations. Price to book value indicates the inherent value of a company and reflects the price that investors are ready to pay even for no growth in a business. The stock belongs to the Auto - 2 & 3 Wheelers industry.
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