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Current IPO in India 2023


Main board IPO Watch 2023 and Mainline IPO List 2023

An Initial Public Offer (IPO) is the first sale of shares to the public by a privately owned company. The companies going public raises funds through IPO for working capital, debt repayment, acquisitions, and a host of other uses.

The investor can apply for IPO Stocks in India by filling an online IPO application offered by the stockbrokers and banks. Brokers offer UPI-based online IPO applications and the banks offer both UPI as well as ASBA IPO applications.

A list of IPOs in 2023 provides detail of IPOs came in the year 2023 at BSE, NSE, BSE SME, and NSE Emerge exchanges. Click on the company name for IPO details, IPO reviews, and analysis, IPO Allotment Status , IPO Bidding Information, Grey Market Premiums of IPO, IPO News, and Performance.

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IPO Terms

  • Exchange: The stock exchange where the IPO shares are proposed to be listed. Mainline IPO's are listed on BSE and NSE. The SME IPO's are listed on NSE EMERGE or BSE SME platform of the respective exchanges.
  • IPO Open Date / Issue Close Date: The opening and closing date of the IPO bidding process. Investors can apply in an IPO during this time only.
  • Lot Size: The minimum count of shares an investor can apply for in an IPO. A lot size of '400' means that an investor needs to bid for at least 400 shares.
  • Issue Price: The price per equity share. There are 2 types of IPO's- Book Building and Fixed Price IPOs. Book Building IPOs will have a price range, say Rs 120-125 and investors need to bid within the price range. Fixed price issue has a specific price to bid.
  • Issue Size: The total monetary value of the IPO. It is arrived by multiplying the number of shares offered by the company with the issue price per share.

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Note:

  • Striked 'Issuer Company Name' represents that the initial public offer (IPOs) was withdrawn and didn't list in the stock market.

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