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Tata Technologies stock price debuts at a bumper 140% premium; share price at Rs 1200 on BSE | India Business News



Tata Technologies share price bonanza: Tata Technologies made an impressive debut on the stock exchanges, listing at a premium of 140% or Rs 700 on Thursday. The stock opened at Rs 1200 on both the NSE and BSE, significantly higher than the issue price of Rs 500. Tata Technologies was the first IPO from the Tata group in nearly 20 years.
Prior to the listing, the shares were trading at a premium of Rs 406 in the unlisted market.Market analysts remain optimistic about the company’s prospects, even from a long-term perspective, irrespective of the listing gains – a positive signal for the stock.
Tata Technologies’ IPO, which raised Rs 3,042 crore, received bids worth over Rs 1.5 lakh crore, indicating a subscription of nearly 70 times the shares on offer.
Retail individual investors subscribed to the reserved quota 16 times, while qualified institutional buyers and non-institutional investors subscribed 203 times and 62 times, respectively.
Analysts attribute the strong response to the IPO to attractive valuations compared to industry peers and the strong brand value associated with the Tata lineage.
According to Shivani Nyati of Swastika Investmart, Tata Technologies’ global presence and expertise in engineering solutions have established it as a preferred partner for multinational corporations in various industries. The company’s diverse customer base, strong delivery network, and focus on innovation further enhance its competitive advantage.
In terms of financial performance, Tata Technologies outperformed its peers in terms of growth over FY21-23. Its FY23 PE ratio stands at 32-33x, compared to 105x for KPIT, 40x for L&T Technology Services, and 70x for Tata Elxsi.
Tata Technologies is a pure-play manufacturing-focused engineering research and development (ER&D) company, primarily catering to the automotive industry. It is currently engaged with seven of the top 10 automotive ER&D spenders and five of the 10 prominent new energy ER&D spenders in 2022. As of FY23, the company generated 80% of its revenue from services, 11% from products, and 9% from education.
In the first half of FY23, Tata Technologies recorded a 35% year-on-year increase in total income to Rs 2,587 crore, with net profit rising by 36% to Rs 352 crore during the same period.


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