TATASTEEL.NS - Tata Steel Limited

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381.75
-31.05 (-7.52%)
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Previous close412.80
Open398.70
Bid381.75 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range375.00 - 398.95
52-week range320.35 - 561.65
Volume24,504,351
Avg. volume13,633,536
Market cap459.677B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.26
PE ratio (TTM)8.55
EPS (TTM)44.67
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield13.00 (3.15%)
Ex-dividend date04 Jul 2019
1y target estN/A
  • 100,000 tons of Dutch-made Tata steel exempt from U.S. tariffs
    Reuters

    100,000 tons of Dutch-made Tata steel exempt from U.S. tariffs

    A U.S. tariff on laminated steel used in packaging will not apply to Tata Steel products manufactured in the Netherlands, the Dutch foreign trade minister said on Monday. Sigrid Kaag told reporters that the U.S. had agreed the products would be exempt from a 25% tariff announced by the administration of President Donald Trump in June 2018, saving consumers and the company up to 100 million euros annually in tariff costs. "The import tariffs on laminated steel have been retracted and that's wonderful news for Tata Steel," Kaag told reporters in The Hague.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Tata Steel Dutch factory exempt from new U.S. tariffs - ANP

    A U.S. tariff on steel derivatives used in packaging will not apply to Tata Steel products manufactured in the Netherlands, news agency ANP reported on Monday, citing the country's foreign minister. The ANP report said the U.S. tariff could have applied to 20% of the company's exports to the United States. A spokeswoman for Tata Steel, whose Dutch operations are based in the city of Ijmuiden, said that around 100,000 tons of its 531,000 tons of exports to the U.S. were covered by the exemption.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    China's Jingye, British Steel unions agree to up to 500 job cuts

    Trade unions have reached a deal with China's Jingye Group about its provisional deal to buy British Steel, acknowledging that up to 500 jobs will go in exchange for protecting pay and employment terms. "The sale to Jingye is now firmly in sight and we would encourage all stakeholders in the business to focus on reaching a positive conclusion," three trade unions said in a joint statement released on Friday. Jingye Group announced a provisional deal to buy British Steel last November, but it has not been finalised nor received regulatory approvals.

  • Liberty Steel to cut more than 350 jobs at speciality plants
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Liberty Steel to cut more than 350 jobs at speciality plants

    Liberty Steel has announced 355 jobs will be cut in Yorkshire and Wales due to 'challenging' market conditions.

  • Fears for Port Talbot jobs as Tata warns it can't 'keep funding losses'
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Fears for Port Talbot jobs as Tata warns it can't 'keep funding losses'

    Tata has already announced plans to slash thousands of jobs in Europe as the steel industry continues to struggle.

  • Port Talbot steelworks owner confirms plan to cut up to 1,000 UK jobs
    The Guardian

    Port Talbot steelworks owner confirms plan to cut up to 1,000 UK jobs

    Port Talbot steelworks owner confirms plan to cut up to 1,000 UK jobs. Tata Steel is to make nearly one in eight of its British workforce redundant

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Tata Steel locks horns with union over 3,000 job cuts

    Tata Steel Europe said on Wednesday it had begun talks with its workers on a "transformation programme" that involves up to 3,000 job cuts, prompting an angry response from union leaders who said the plan needed to be revised. Indian-owned Tata Steel, which announced restructuring plans on Nov. 18 in a bid to boost profitability, added the further detail on Wednesday that up to 1,600 cuts were expected in the Netherlands, 1,000 in Britain and 350 elsewhere.

  • Tata Steel locks horns with union over 3,000 job cuts
    Reuters

    Tata Steel locks horns with union over 3,000 job cuts

    Tata Steel Europe said on Wednesday it had begun talks with its workers on a "transformation programme" that involves up to 3,000 job cuts, prompting an angry response from union leaders who said the plan needed to be revised. Indian-owned Tata Steel, which announced restructuring plans on Nov. 18 in a bid to boost profitability, added the further detail on Wednesday that up to 1,600 cuts were expected in the Netherlands, 1,000 in Britain and 350 elsewhere. Unions in Britain and the Netherlands said that after that deal collapsed, they were given a jobs guarantee until 2021, and they would expect the company to stick to that.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Tata Steel in talks with European Works Council on job cuts -statement

    Tata Steel Europe said in a statement on Wednesday that it was in talks with a European Works Council on job cuts being made as part of restructuring. The company said http://bit.ly/2QWTeNv that of the 3,000 job cuts across its European business announced on Nov. 18, up to 1,600 are expected in the Netherlands, 1,000 in the United Kingdom and 350 in other parts of the world. Indian-owned Tata Steel had announced the cuts as part of wider efforts to boost profitability in Europe, saying around half of the losses would be in the Netherlands and around two-thirds would be office-based roles.

  • Exclusive: India probe finds bearings collusion by SKF, Schaeffler, Tata Steel units
    Reuters

    Exclusive: India probe finds bearings collusion by SKF, Schaeffler, Tata Steel units

    An Indian antitrust investigation has found that units of Tata Steel, Sweden's SKF and Germany's Schaeffler colluded on the pricing of bearings, a report seen by Reuters shows, opening them up to potential fines. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) began an investigation in 2017 after allegations that five companies colluded on bearings prices from 2009-2014 to pass higher raw material costs onto customers in the auto sector. European Union antitrust regulators fined SKF, Schaeffler and three Japanese auto parts makers $1.3 billion in 2014 for taking part in a bearings cartel from 2004 through 2011.

  • What to Watch: Tata Steel, war for Madrid stock exchange, EasyJet results
    Yahoo Finance UK

    What to Watch: Tata Steel, war for Madrid stock exchange, EasyJet results

    A daily overview of the top business, market, and economic stories to watch in the UK, Europe, and abroad.

  • Tata Steel to cut 3,000 jobs in Europe
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Tata Steel to cut 3,000 jobs in Europe

    The move comes after the company announced the closure of its Newport plant in South Wales, with the loss of nearly 400 jobs.

  • Tata Steel faces battle with unions over plans to cut up to 3,000 European jobs
    Reuters

    Tata Steel faces battle with unions over plans to cut up to 3,000 European jobs

    AMSTERDAM/LONDON (Reuters) - Steelworkers in Britain and the Netherlands said on Tuesday they would fight Tata Steel's plans to cut up to 3,000 jobs across its European operations, as the sector wrestles with excess supply, weak demand and high costs. Indian-owned Tata announced the cuts late on Monday as part of wider efforts to boost profitability in Europe, saying around half of the losses would be in the Netherlands and around two-thirds would be office-based roles. Tata's announcement confirmed a number previously reported by Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-Tata Steel faces battle with unions over plans to cut up to 3,000 European jobs

    AMSTERDAM/LONDON, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Steelworkers in Britain and the Netherlands said on Tuesday they would fight Tata Steel's plans to cut up to 3,000 jobs across its European operations, as the sector wrestles with excess supply, weak demand and high costs. Indian-owned Tata announced the cuts late on Monday as part of wider efforts to boost profitability in Europe, saying around half of the losses would be in the Netherlands and around two-thirds would be office-based roles.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    REFILE-Tata Steel plans to cut jobs across European operations

    Tata Steel plans to cut jobs across its European operations as it wrestles with excess supply and high costs, the company said on Monday. Following a weekend interview in the Financial Times with the group's European chief executive, Henrik Adam, Tata confirmed it was planning to announce job cuts across the European business, which employs around 20,000 people. Indian-owned Tata Steel, which launched a transformation programme in June to strengthen its European business, has operations including steelmaking in the Netherlands and Wales and downstream operations across Europe.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 4-China's Jingye Group agrees outline deal to rescue British Steel

    BEIJING/LONDON, Nov 11 (Reuters) - China's Jingye Group said on Monday it has reached a provisional deal to buy British Steel and promised to invest 1.2 billion pounds ($1.5 billion) over the next decade and save thousands of jobs. An agreement is of major political significance as Britain prepares to elect a new government on Dec. 12. The lack of opportunities in northern England, where British Steel is based, is an election issue, as the social gap between north and south widens.

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