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Guys all of you pls note that min.bid for this SME IPO is 1600 shares ! which means you have to invest 1.44 lakhs !
DONT FORGET this.. thanks !
In grey market, the premium touched to 56/58. But on closing
date it came down to 10/12. However, after more than seven times subscription in retail segment, the grey market players are now in race of short covering. So the premium has touched 24/26 and buyers are still buying. The interest rates remained in range of 600 but witnessed minimum operations.
it will be multibagger for those who got allotment may be list in A or B group.
no intraday upper curcuit
Shemaroo premium down to just 25 in grey market.. soch lo bhai log !
NEW DELHI: The government on Wednesday kicked off the most ambitious disinvestment programme, targeting to mop up a record Rs 45,000 crore by selling shares in blue chips public sector companies — Coal India, ONGC and National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC).
While the exact dates are yet to be finalized, SAIL''s disinvestment, which was cleared earlier, is likely later this month, with a 10% stake sale in Coal India expected around Diwali. The energy behemoth will help the government raise around Rs 23,600 crore based on its current share price. If prices hold, this sale alone is going to match the best ever disinvestment receipts of Rs 23,957 crore in 2012-13, when the government had sold shares of NTPC and NMDC, among others.
ONGC, where the government can garner close to Rs 19,000 crore via a 5% sale, is expected later in the year as the government is awaiting clarity on gas prices before the issue, sources in the government told TOI. Somewhere during the course of the year, it will also sell 11.3% in NHPC which, going by current price, will help generate around Rs 3,000 crore.
Momai Apparels aims to come out with the largest IPO in the Small & Medium Enterprise (SME)
Issue likely to opens on 25th Sep & Closes on 29th September & Price Band Rs. 78 to 90
Care has assigned SME Fundamental Grade 4/5
Momai Apparels, a subsidiary of Ashapura Intimates Fashion
It listed last years in SME Platform Rs 40/- and now trade Rs. 130/-
how are thoughts on this ?
Final figures -
FII - 32
HNI - 251
Retail - 5.85 times !