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Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MARUTI.NS)

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12,201.50+52.00 (+0.43%)
At close: 03:30PM IST
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Previous close12,149.50
Open12,220.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range12,083.50 - 12,366.25
52-week range9,254.15 - 13,073.95
Volume947,716
Avg. volume528,145
Market cap3.836T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.60
PE ratio (TTM)28.41
EPS (TTM)429.49
Earnings date26 Jul 2024 - 29 Jul 2024
Forward dividend & yield125.00 (1.02%)
Ex-dividend date01 Aug 2024
1y target est13,468.80
  • Reuters

    India's Maruti Suzuki recalls over 16,000 cars

    The country's top carmaker said it would recall 11,851 units of Baleno and 4,190 units of WagonR models, manufactured between July and November 20l9. "It is suspected that there is a possible defect in a part of fuel pump motor, which in a rare case may lead to engine stalling or engine starting issue," Maruti said.

  • Reuters

    India's Maruti Suzuki facing some challenges due to Red Sea crisis -exec

    BENGALURU (Reuters) -Maruti Suzuki India, the country's top carmaker by sales, is facing some logistical challenges due to traffic disruption in the Red Sea, a company executive said on Wednesday. "The time of dispatches may change and there may be some uncertainty in vessels coming and picking up their consignments," Rahul Bharti, Maruti's investor relations chief, said in a post-earnings analyst call. Attacks by Yemen's Houthi militants on merchant ships in the Red Sea and retaliatory U.S. strikes have ratcheted up tensions in the Middle East, forcing companies to reroute shipments as they face delays and boosted rates.

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    India's Maruti Suzuki hikes prices across models

    Maruti Suzuki India, the country's top car maker, on Tuesday hiked prices of its models by 0.45%, far lower than its hike in January last year, signalling a slowdown in the demand for its cars. Maruti and its peers had said towards the end of 2023 that they planned to hike prices from January due to increased commodity costs. The company, majority owned by Japan's Suzuki Motor has struggled with sluggish sales in the small car segment, as the income levels of its traditional customers failed to keep pace with the escalating prices of goods ranging from cars to consumer products.