** Shares of automaker fall ~4% to 181.65 rupees, a day after announcing Q4 results
** On Monday, Tata Motors posted a 47% drop in qtrly profit, as it kept struggling to sell its luxury Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) cars
** Recent channel checks with dealers in China show that progress on ground has been slow with dealers still incurring losses on JLR sales - Jefferies
** Brexit-related disruption and a slowdown in sales in China, once Jaguar Land Rover’s fastest-growing market, have hammered Tata’s finances.
** Domestic rival Maruti Suzuki India Ltd forecast weak growth for the year ending March 2020, partly blaming a consumer-led slowdown and tighter liquidity
** More than 11.3 mln shares TAMO change hands, 33.9 times the 30-day moving avg
** Up to Monday’s close, stock had risen 10.1% so far this year (Reporting by Chandini Monnappa in Bengaluru)