Tata Motors shares have edged higher on the BSE a day after the auto major reported a decline in domestic sales for the month of May. Tata Motors reported sales of 24,552 units in May 2021, marking a 38 per cent month-on-month decline compared to 39,530 units in April 2021. At 9:45 am, Tata Motors shares were trading at Rs 320.60, higher by 0.66 per cent , on the BSE.
Tata Motors’ combined sales in the domestic and international market for May 2021 stood at 26,661 vehicles.
Commercial vehicles sales in May 2021 stood at 11,401 units, a 32 per cent decline compared to 16,644 units sold in April 2021. Exports of commercial vehicles stood at 2,030 units in May 2021, marking an eight per cent drop month-on-month, compared to 2,209 units in April 2021.
The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty were trading lower by 0.4 per cent each at 51,716.650 and 15,529.65 respectively, at the time.
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