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IPO Subscription Status - Live from BSE and NSE 2014

IPO Subscription is the number of times a public issue subscribed at BSE and NSE. The investors can place the bid for IPO shares with any of the exchange (i.e. BSE or NSE). Each exchange provides live IPO subscription status on its website for the bids received by them. We publish IPO live subscription for the current IPO. We also provide the final bidding detail as of the last day of subscription for all the IPO's since 2006.

A privately held company raises fund and get listed at stock exchanges by offering its shares through Initial Public Offer IPO. Company going public receives bids from investors for shares offered through IPO. In most cases, the IPO receives the bid for more than the number of shares on offer. This means the IPO is over-subscribed.

IPO live subscription 2014 matters a lot to investors for the following reasons:

  • It shows the demand of the shares. Higher demand usually results in better listing gains.
  • Investors choose a category based on the subscription figure i.e. Retail or HNI.
  • Some IPO investors take IPO Funding based on the IPO subscription status BSE and NSE.
  • The IPO Grey Market rates movement depends on the IPO Subscription Data.

The latest IPO subscription status 2014 provided below is the sum of BSE IPO subscription status and IPO Subscription status NSE.

IPO Subscription Status Live Data

Company Name Close Date Size (Rs Cr) QIB (x) NII (x) Retail (x) Employee (x) Others (x) Total (x)
Monte Carlo Fashions LimitedDec 05, 2014350.4313.961.716.967.83
Shemaroo Entertainment LtdSep 18, 2014120.005.698.647.797.39
Sharda Cropchem LtdSep 09, 2014351.8632.06251.355.8559.97
Snowman Logistics LtdAug 28, 2014197.4016.98221.7941.2659.75
Wonderla Holidays LtdApr 23, 2014181.2516.71159.047.5538.06
Engineers India LimitedFeb 12, 2014505.403.930.232.480.222.83

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I know how many times an IPO will get oversubscribed?

It's not easy to predict the subscription level of an IPO. The subscription level depends on factors like the issuer company fundaments, issue size, issue prices, grey market premium and market conditions.

Some analysts guess IPO over-subscription levels before IPO closes to estimate the HNI IPO Shares cost. But their prediction keeps changing until the last minute.

Most good IPOs get heavily over-subscribed in the range of 300 to 1000 times under the NII category (HNI) and 15 to 30 times in the retail category by application.

The oversubscription also depends on the demand in the grey market. Higher demand for an IPO in the grey market usually leads to higher oversubscribed.

It is difficult to derive the expected over-subscription of an IPO based on the historic data as there are too many variables to it.


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