Indian Tyre Shares Boosted in Wake of Hikes

10th July 2008 | 0 Comments
 

As promised, the price hikes across some of India’s premier tyre manufacturers have been implemented. JK Tyre raised its truck tyre prices by 6 per cent, while Ceat raised non-commercial vehicle tyres by the same quantity. Meanwhile, Apollo has raised prices across segments by 7 per cent.

Following the hikes, shares in each of the companies went up in value, JK Tyres the leaders with a rise of 1.86 percent, closing in Mumbai at 96.05 rupees.

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