Shares of this Tata Group investment corporation soared 7% today and have returned 143% in just two years
Tata Investment Corporation company hits a 52-week high on 12 September.
The stock achieved a high of Rs 1972 today after starting the day at Rs 1850. The company's 52-week high and low are Rs. 1973 and Rs. 1218, respectively. The firm has a market capitalization of Rs. 9973 crores. The stock's PE and PB are both 37.70 and 0.47, respectively. The stock produced a staggering return of 143% in just two years.
Tata Investment Corporation Ltd's main line of business is investing in equity shares, debt instruments, mutual funds, and other financial products of firms across a variety of industries, both public and unlisted. The business is an investment company-class NBFC that is registered with the RBI.
The company has a broad investment portfolio that includes both stock and bond interests in businesses. The corporation currently has investments in 88 companies, of which 69 are listed and 19 are not. The company makes investments in both Tata and non-Tata enterprises; however, its portfolio is dominated by investments in Tata companies.
As of June 2022, the promoters owned 74% of the company's shares, followed by FIIs with 1.33%, DIIs with 0.46%, and the general public with 24.33%. As of FY22, the fair value sector's investment consisted of around 53% of FMCG and consumer durables, followed by 10% of Trent, its retail subsidiary, and about 8% of Tata Chemicals.
Dividend income from stock holdings and interest income from bonds/debentures (debt) holdings are both included in the company's revenues. Currently, interest income makes up 34% of total revenues, with dividend income accounting for 66% of total revenues. Additionally, it makes money by selling long-term stock investments.
The company's CAGR growth over the past 15 years has been 12.03 %, compared to the 9.97 % growth of the BSE 200 index. The company's investments comprise quoted equity shares 85%, unquoted equity shares 6%, bonds/debentures 5%, debt/equity mutual funds 2% and ETFs 1%.
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