|Bid||88.45 x 0|
|Ask||88.90 x 0|
|Day's range||86.05 - 89.15|
|52-week range||77.50 - 152.00|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.76|
|PE ratio (TTM)||14.63|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.43 (2.80%)|
|1y target est||155.75|
Chennai based commercial vehicle manufacturing giant Ashok Leyland, the flagship of the Hinduja Group, has nailed an order from the African nation of Senegal to supply 400 minibuses valued 10.06 million Euros (approximately Rs 80 crore) to Senbus Industries. Senbus Industries
In the current fiscal, the company has spent Rs 600 crore towards capex by end of December and a further `200-300 crore is earmarked for the ongoing January-March quarter.
Indian shares recovered some of their early losses in late trade on Friday, but subdued global indicators and muted domestic earnings led to the markets ending in the red again. The trading sentiment also ...
Automaker Ashok Leyland Ltd posted a 21.5 percent fall in its third-quarter profit on Thursday, hurt by weak consumer demand. Profit fell to 3.81 billion rupees for the three months ended Dec. 31, compared ...
Ashok Leyland on Wednesday confirmed that it has bagged orders from IRT (Institute of Road Transport) Chennai, UPSRTC (Uttar Pradesh State Roadways Transport Corporation) and CTU (Chandigarh Transport Undertaking) for manufacturing a total of 2,580 buses.
Commercial vehicles’ demand in this region is majorly driven by the industries like garments, cement, construction, petroleum and market load
Chief executive officer Vinod K Dasari resigned after nearly 14 years with the company, the truckmaker said. The company board has accepted his resignation, a top official said on Tuesday.
India's Ashok Leyland Ltd posted a lower-than-expected 37.5 percent rise in second-quarter profit on Tuesday due to higher raw material costs. Profit was 4.60 billion rupees in the quarter ended Sept. ...
ASHOK LEYLAND share price has plunged by 6% and its current market price is Rs 123. The BSE AUTO is down by 2.8%. The top gainers in the BSE AUTO Index is MOTHERSON SUMI (up 0.4%). The top losers is ASHOK LEYLAND (down 5.8%)..
ASHOK LEYLAND share price has surged by 5% and its current market price is Rs 118. The BSE AUTO is up by 3.3%. The top gainers in the BSE AUTO Index is ASHOK LEYLAND (up 5.5%). The top losers [TOPLOSERS].
Vinod Dasari took the helm as Ashok Leyland Limited’s (NSE:ASHOKLEY) CEO and grew market cap to ₹379.27b recently. Recognizing whether CEO incentives are aligned with shareholders is a crucial partRead More...