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Bajaj Auto expects to sell 50,000 units of 'V' bikes in 12-18 months
Posted on 8th March 2016
Bajaj Auto is likely to sell around 50,000 units of the 150cc 'V' bikes in the country in the span of 12-18 months in order to extend the brand in various parts of the country.

Bajaj Auto is likely to sell around 50,000 units of the 150cc 'V' bikes in the country in the span of 12-18 months in order to extend the brand in various parts of the country.

Bajaj Auto motorcycle sales rise 9% in February
Posted on 2nd March 2016
Bajaj Auto today reported a 9% increase in motorcycle sales at 2,35,282 units in February 2016.

The company had sold 2,16,077 units in the year ago period.

Bajaj Auto Q3 net up 5% at Rs 901 crore
Posted on 4th February 2016
Two-wheeler major Bajaj Auto reported a 5% growth in net profit at Rs 901 crore for the quarter ended December 2015. It was Rs 861 crore in the same period a year ago.

However, sales declined 2% to Rs 5,564 crore as against Rs 5,657 crore in December 2014.

Bajaj Auto unveils new bike ‘V’
Posted on 1st February 2016
Bajaj Auto on Monday unveiled a 150 cc bike ‘V’, which contains metal from India’s first aircraft carrier INS Vikrant.

The commuter segment bike is expected to be priced between Rs 60,000 to Rs 70,000.

Bajaj to launch bike from metal used in INS Vikrant
Posted on 28th January 2016
Indian naval ship (INS) Vikrant, the first aircraft carrier, which played a pivotal role in the 1971 Indo-Pak war, has made its way into a commuter bike to be launched by Bajaj Auto next month.

The Pune-based, India’s most valued two- and three-wheeler maker, will launch a 150-cc motorcycle on February 1 christened ‘V’ which is built from metal used in the country’s most celebrated aircraft carrier.

Bajaj Auto: Export worries may worsen
Posted on 18th January 2016
The Bajaj Auto stock was down over three per cent on worries that further adverse currency movement in its key markets like Nigeria could hurt the company's revenues and margins. Nigeria, which accounts for over two-thirds of its Africa exports, is the single largest export market for Bajaj Auto with more than than a third of its export volumes going into that country. Why Nigeria and other key export markets such as Egypt are important is because exports constitute a major portion of the company's revenues at about 45 per cent and an even higher portion of operating profit given these markets fetch better margins.

Bajaj Auto bets big on its brand Pulsar
Posted on 14th January 2016
Despite a string of brand failures around it, Pulsar has managed to stand out from the crowd. With not less than eight models under its fold, Pulsar has been the most hardworking brand for Bajaj Auto, India's second-largest two-wheeler manufacturer.

After a three-year hiatus, the Pune-based company launched three Pulsar models in quick succession during the last calendar year.

Bajaj Auto to enter 12 new export markets by March end
Posted on 7th January 2016
Bajaj Auto Ltd, India’s largest exporter of motorcycles and three wheelers, will enter a dozen new export markets by end of March, a top company official said in an interview on Tuesday.

The maker of Pulsar and Avenger motorcycle brands has reported a decline in exports volume in the last few months because of political and economic uncertainties in some of its export markets, particularly in oil-producing emerging markets.

Bajaj Auto sales marginally down in December
Posted on 4th January 2016
Bajaj Auto today reported a marginal decline in total sales in December at 2,89,003 units as against 2,89,244 units during the same month last year.

However, motorcycle sales during the month increased by 1% to 2,47,782 units as against 2,46,233 units in the same month in 2014, the company said in a regulatory filing.

Bajaj Auto, UPL shares fall as Argentina peso plummets
Posted on 18th December 2015
Bajaj Auto and UPL Limited shares were trading lower on Friday in morning trade tracking Argentina’s peso that plummeted 26.5 per cent after the country lifted currency controls. Argentina’s new government floated the currency as part of a slew of free-market reforms aimed at revitalising the stagnant economy.

Bajaj Auto gets nearly 20 per cent of its revenue from exports to Latin America. According to UPL’s annual report, Argentina contributed Rs 330 crore in FY15 revenues.

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