|Bid||2,415.85 x 0|
|Ask||2,416.70 x 0|
|Day's range||2,411.25 - 2,476.95|
|52-week range||2,228.25 - 3,021.15|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.17|
|PE ratio (TTM)||13.13|
|Forward dividend & yield||87.00 (3.58%)|
|1y target est||3,364.28|
"While this has been part of the annual holiday calendar on account of Independence Day, Raksha Bandhan and the weekend, it also partly reflects the prevailing market demand scenario," the company said.
India's largest two wheeler manufacturer Hero MotoCorp started revamping it's leadership team on Monday. As part of this process, Hero MotoCorp has appointed Vikram Kasbekar as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO), and Rajat Bhargava as the new head of the 'Emerging
Hero MotoCorp Ltd on Tuesday said it had appointed Rajat Bhargava as head of its newly created 'Emerging Mobility' unit as India's biggest motorcycle manufacturer looks to claim a slice of the country's electric vehicle (EV) market. The government, in a bid to promote electric automobiles in polluted cities, last week proposed tax waivers on the purchase of EVs and removed import taxes on some auto components to help boost sales. Hero has created the Emerging Mobility business unit to give an impetus to new mobility trends such as Electric Vehicles, the company said in a statement.
Hero MotoCorp launched the first-generation Karizma in the Indian market back in 2003. The first-gen model performed extremely well in the market, becoming quite popular among bikers in the country. However, over the years Hero brought in a number of
India's top three two-wheeler maufacturers, Hero MotoCorp, Bajaj Auto, TVS Motor Co lashed out at Niti Aayog's plan to push for 100 per cent electric vehicle, saying such a transition is completely uncalled for and could jeopardise the industry. They made
'Why should boys have all the fun?' This tagline might ring a bell and an image of a TV commercial starring Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra astride a Hero Honda Pleasure might pop up in your mind. Well, that is just
The Scooter Industry in India is currently in a slump, with lesser growth percentages. However, it is still growing and the best-selling two-wheeler in the Indian market for the FY 2018-19 is still a scooter. This proves that there still
Hero MotoCorp is said to change its strategy for the Indian market. The world's largest two-wheeler manufacturer will shift its focus on scooters in the Indian market. Their plan is to expand their presence in the Indian scooter segment, starting with
Hero MotoCorp is busy establishing a new X range of motorcycle offerings and the fastest one in their lineup is the Xtreme 200S. We get astride the latest Xtreme at the Buddh International Circuit to see whether it offers just sporty looks or more.
Hero MotoCorp is has introduced a buyback scheme for its scooters. This is a measure to boost sales of Hero's scooters, which quite evidently are dwindling. The buyback scheme is called BuySurance and under this scheme, buyers of Hero Scooters will
Hero MotoCorp introduced the Destini 125 last year and the scooter was an immediate success. It was the first Hero scooter to feature the patented i3S idle start/ stop technology. The Hero Destini 125 features in the top ten selling scooters
Hero Motocorp, the world's largest two-wheeler manufacturer has launched the Xtreme 200S motorcycle in India. The Hero Xtreme 200S is priced at Rs 98,500 (ex-showroom). The Hero Xtreme 200S is the fully faired version of the Xtreme 200R premium commuter
The country's largest two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp on Wednesday said it is eyeing leadership position in the premium motorcycle segment over the next five years.
Hero MotoCorp have priced the XPulse 200 at Rs 97,000, XPulse 200 FI at Rs 1.05 lakh, XPulse 200T at Rs 94,000 and Xtreme 200S at Rs 98,500 (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).
Hero MotoCorp is famous for two reasons, one is unveiling fantastic 'concept' motorcycles, and two, taking forever to push the concepts in to production. The Hero Xpulse was a prime example until we had confirmation that the motorcycle is set to
The country's largest two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp Friday reported 24.5 pc decline in its standalone net profit at Rs 730.32 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2019.
Hero MotoCorp has launched a vehicle maintenance scheme for those customers who cast their vote in the upcoming general elections. Hero MotoCorp has taken up the initiative to encourage all Hero two-wheeler owners to be responsible citizens of India and vote.
By Kritika Arora Although Hero MotoCorp hopes to woo customers with a five-year free own damage insurance cover, analysts say the scheme could hurt the company’s profitability. “We believe Hero MotoCorp’s gross profit per vehicle will be impacted and we build in an impact of Rs 575 per bike in the March 2019 quarter vis-a-vis the […]
Hero MotoCorp has updated a number of its models with Integrated-Braking System (IBS). The update is mainly to help all models comply with the upcoming safety norms, which will come into effect from the 1st of April 2019. The brand has
Hero MotoCorp, India's largest two-wheeler manufacturer has just set up their first research and development centre in Stephanskirchen, Germany. The R&D facility in Germany Hero tech Centre Germany GmbH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hero MotoCorp. The new facility
Hero MotoCorp Ltd, the world's largest two-wheeler manufacturer, posted a lower profit on Thursday as higher expenses weighed. Profit dropped to 7.69 billion rupees for the three months ended Dec. 31, ...