Tata Steel Price Change Analysis
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Tata Steel Synopsis
NSE-Steel-ProducersTata Steel is involved in the business activities of Manufacture of basic iron and steel. Company’s Total Operating Revenue is Rs. 129021.35 Cr. and Equity Capital is Rs. 1222.37 Cr. for the Year ended 31/03/2022. Tata Steel Ltd. is a Public Limited Listed company incorporated on 26/08/1907 and has its registered office in the State of Maharashtra, India. Company’s Corporate Identification Number(CIN) is L27100MH1907PLC000260 and registration number is 000260.
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|Mr. Ratan N Tata||Chairman Emeritus|
|Mr. N Chandrasekaran||Chairman|
|Mr. T V Narendran||Managing Director & CEO|
|Mr. Koushik Chatterjee||Executive Director & CFO|
|Mr. V K Sharma||Non Executive Director|
|Mr. Saurabh Agrawal||Non Executive Director|
|Mr. Aman Mehta||Independent Director|
|Mr. Deepak Kapoor||Independent Director|
|Mr. O P Bhatt||Independent Director|
|Ms. Mallika Srinivasan||Independent Director|
|Dr. Peter Blauwhoff||Independent Director|
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Tata Steel Price Change Analysis
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Tata Steel Limited is an global steel-production organization and a part of the Tata Group, situated in Jamshedpur. The headquarters of one of the world's most geographically-diversified steel producers is in Mumbai. Previously known as Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited (TISCO), Tata Steel is among the top steel creating organizations globally, with a yearly unrefined steel limit of 34 million tons each annum. The group (barring SEA activities) kept a solidified turnover of US$19.7 billion in the monetary year finishing 31 March 2020. Tata Steel is India's second-biggest steel organization (estimated by domestic production) with a yearly limit of 13 million tons after Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL).
Tata Steel works in 26 nations with key activities in India, the Netherlands, and The United Kingdom and employs around 80,500 individuals. Its biggest plant (10 MTPA limit) is situated in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. In the year 2007, Tata Steel acquired the UK-based steel maker Corus. It was positioned 486th in the 2014 Fortune Global 500 positioning of the world's greatest enterprises. In fact, it holds the seventh position in being the most significant brand in India in 2013, as indicated by Brand Finance.
Tata Steel has been perceived among India's Best Workplaces in Manufacturing 2022 by Great Place to Work. This acknowledgement has been gotten for the fifth time, featuring the organization's supported spotlight on cultivating a culture of high trust, trustworthiness, development, and care for the employees. Tata Steel has additionally been comprehensive towards its LGBTQ representatives and furthermore gives health care coverage advantages to accomplices of its LGBTQ workers under the new HR policy.
The History of Tata Steel
The Tata Iron and Steel Company (TISCO) was established by Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata and on 26 August 1907. TISCO began pig iron creation in 1911 and started delivering steel in the following year as a part of Jamsetji's Tata Group. The first-ever steel ingot by this organization was made on 16 February 1912. During World War I (1914-1918), the organization gained fast headway.
In 1920, The Tata Iron and Steel Company likewise fused with The Tinplate Company of India Ltd (TCIL), a joint endeavor with then Burmah Shell to produce Tinplate.
Nineteen years later, this organization operated the biggest steel plant in the British Empire. The organization sent off a significant modernization and extension program in 1951. Afterwards, in 1958, the program was moved up to 2 million metric tons for each annum (MTPA) project. By 1970, the organization gave employment to around 40,000 individuals at Jamshedpur, and a further 20,000 in the adjoining coal mineshafts.
There were two endeavours of nationalization by this company - one in 1971 and one more in 1979. However, both were fruitless endeavours. In 1971, Indira Gandhi attempted to nationalize the organization, yet it fizzled. In 1979 Janata Party system (1977-79) wanted to make an effort to nationalize TISCO (presently Tata Steel). Then Minister for Industries George Fernandes, at the induction of Biju Patnaik, Minister for Steel, undermined nationalization. However, because of the protests, the move failed.
In 1990, the organization started to extend and laid out its subsidiary branch, Tata Inc., in New York. Fifteen years later, the organization renamed itself from TISCO to Tata Steel Ltd.
Tata Steel – Some Important Facts
Founded in 1907, Tata Steel is the first-ever steel organization to be set up in Asia, and it is India's biggest private-sector steel company.
The main steel plant at Jamshedpur in eastern India has a creation limit of 5 million tons for every annum (MTPA). Abroad plants incorporate NatSteel Asia (2 MTPA) in Singapore, gained in February 2004 for $286 million, and Millennium Steel (1.7 MTPA) in Thailand, procured for $175 million.
Tata Steel – Awards Received
- India's Most Admired Company – by FORTUNE and Hay Group.
- Best Conscious Capitalist Award - by Forbes India.
- Thomson Reuters Innovation Award ("Hi-Tech Corporate" category).
- Confederation of Indian Industry's (CII) National Award for Excellence in Water Management for its "Most Innovative Rainwater Harvesting Project" (2011).
- 'Best in Corporate Social Responsibility in India - by Finance Asia.
- World Steel' Safety and Health Excellence Recognition Award' for two years in a row. Work-Life Excellence Award by the Singapore Ministry of Manpower.
- Platinum HEALTH Award by the Singapore Health Promotion Board.
Tata Steel has always been a company with a promising future, and it always plans effectively for its expansion. The company plans on doubling its production capacity by the year 2030 to 40 million tons (MT) is supposed to involve a venture of around 1 lakh crore INR, said industry specialists.
For the year ending March 2021 Tata Steel has declared an equity dividend of 250% amounting to INR 25 per share. At the current share price of INR 1173 this results in a dividend yield of 2.13%.
The ROE of Tata Steel is 10% which is good.
Tata Steel has an operating revenue of INR 203,226.08 Cr. on a trailing 12-month basis. An annual revenue growth of 4% is not great, Pre-tax margin of 9% is okay. Tata Steel has a debt to equity of 99%, which is bit higher. Institutional holding has gone up in the last reported quarter is a positive sign. Analyst Recommendation on Tata Steel: BUY.
PE ratio of Tata Steel is 12.7.
The stock price CAGR of Tata Steel for 10 Years is 12%, for 5 Years is 23%, for 3 Years is 33% and for 1 Year is 93%.
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The current Tata Steel share price for the long-term is 1698 INR.
As of April 2022, Tata Steel has a market cap of $22.06 Billion.
The 52-W High of Tata Steel share price is 1,534.50 INR, and the Low of Tata Steel share price is 1050 INR.
The face value of Tata Steel is 10.