Maruti Suzuki India Limited listing was launched on July 9, 2003 in the NSE, the company brought its IPO at a share price of Rs.125 Maruti Suzuki is today the country’s largest automobile manufacturer Maruti Suzuki started in 1982 as a joint venture of Japan’s auto company Suzuki Earlier, the government had 74% stake in the company and Suzuki had 26% stake. Suzuki increased the stake to 50% by buying additional shares twice. . In 1992, during the time of the then government, Maruti Suzuki’s stock holdings fell below 50%. That is why Maruti was declared a private company, the government also transferred management control and in 2007, the government came out of the company by selling the remaining stake.

Maruti’s stock is currently running around Rs. 7317, its face value is Rs. 5 and the market cap is 221,031.00. Its security code in BSE is 532500. Highest circuit price Rs. 8060.15 paise and lowest circuit price Rs. 6594. 75 is money. The 52 week maximum price has been Rs 7755 and the 52 week minimum price has been Rs 5447. The total market cap of the company is Rs 2,21,60,593.20 lakhs. Security Var 5. 20, ware margin 7.50, maximum loss rate 5.00, applicable margin rate is 12. 50. As per constitutional indications, Nifty 500 is a part of Nifty India function, Nifty 200, Nifty MNC, Nifty Auto, Nifty 100, Nifty 50. As far as the dividend paid by the company is concerned, Rs. 25 per share at the Annual General Meeting on 26 August 2015, Rs. 35 per share as the final dividend on 31 August 2016, Rs. 75 as the dividend on 24 August 2017, per share Dividend Maruti Suzuki Limited gave to its investors as Rs. 80 per share on 14 August 2018 and Rs. 80 per share on 14 August 2019. As far as the shareholding of the company is concerned, the promoter and promoter group holds 56.21% stake in the company and public holds 43.79% stake in the company.

After the quarter of 30 September 2018, there has been a decrease in the total compressive income in the quarter up to 30 September 2019, mainly due to the increase in inflation and competition. CRISIL confirmed its rating on the bank facilities of Maruti Suzuki IndiaLimited (MSIL) in CRISIL AAA / Stable / CRISIL A1 +. Crisil has short-term rating BBB. According to them, performance is expected to improve gradually due to high demand. Higher volume, favorable commodity prices and reduced discounts should benefit the profit provider going forward. The company has successfully launched new models Baleno , Vitara Brezza launched the New Swift New WagonR in the premium segment and the current case success is a way to expand the product portfolio.

Rumukh creates market position Crisil believes that MSIL will establish its dominant position in the domestic BP segment with a large and successful product portfolio with strong network and access to SMC technology. Financials due to conservative gearing surplus liquidity and growth seal apex The risk profile is expected to be healthy. Currently there are 16 models with more than 150 variants in the entire segment of MSIL. . Maruti’s stock may remain under pressure for some time but the company’s long-term plans are attractive.

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