Compared to July, companies can raise double the amount through IPO in August. According to market experts, a total of 18 companies can come with IPO in August. All these together can raise 28 thousand crores. A total of 6 companies have raised Rs 14,629 crore in July. In this, Zomato alone has raised Rs 9,375 crore.
On August 2, four companies have submitted applications with SEBI. In this, Adani Wilmar, the FMCG company of Adani Group, can raise Rs 4,500 crore, while Policy Bazaar will raise Rs 6,000 crore. Nykaa will raise Rs 450 crore. Fino Payments has also submitted the draft with SEBI yesterday.
The biggest issue in August could be of Nirma's cement company Novoco. It is working on a plan to raise Rs 5000 crore. Issues of 4 companies will open simultaneously on Wednesday. While the issue of Cartrade will open on August 9. All these companies together will raise Rs 6,611 crore. In this, Krishna Diagnostics will raise Rs 1,213 crore. It will sell the shares at Rs 954. Devyani International will sell the shares at Rs 90 to raise Rs 1,838 crore. Cartrade will raise Rs 2,998 crore.
Apart from these, the more IPOs that are coming in the month of August are Medi Assist Healthcare Services, Chemplast, Ami Organics, Vijaya Diagnostics, Penna Cement, Aditya Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund, Utkarsh Small Finance Bank. Similarly, Fincare Small Finance Bank, Paras Defense, and Space Technology along with Seven Iceland, Aptus Value Housing, and Supriya Life Sciences are also set to bring issues. Most of these are financial and pharma companies.
By the way, this pace of IPO can continue till Diwali. This is because whenever companies apply to SEBI, most of them get approval to bring IPO in 2 months. 12 applications in July, while 4 companies have filed applications on the first day in August. Now in August, more companies will file applications. In such a situation, the applications which will be filed in July and August can bring their IPO between September and November. During this time, the biggest issue of Paytm can also come which will be Rs 16,600 crore.
In January next year, the country's largest insurance company LIC can also submit an application to SEBI. She can come up with her issues before March. It can raise 80 thousand crore rupees from the market. Between January and July this year, companies have raised more than Rs 53 thousand crores through IPO. This enthusiasm in the primary market may continue till Diwali. In fact, one of the reasons for this boom in the primary market is that the secondary market has been trading in a stable range for some time. Investors feel that in the newly listed stocks, they can make more profit than the secondary market.
However, this expectation of investors is also true. All the stocks that have been listed recently have doubled the investor's money in no time or have shown an increase of 20-50% in it. Along with these investors, foreign investors are also excited about the Indian market. He plays a good role in the part of the anchor investors of IPO. Nearly 95% of IPOs this year are listed at a premium i.e. higher than the issue price. Issues like Zomato, Burger King, Tatv Chintan have been listed almost double. In the issue of giving benefits in 2021, G.R. Infra, Neureka, Tatva Chintan, Easy Trip, and MTAR have been the major issues.
Apart from these, issues like Clean Science, Dodla Dairy, Kims Hospital, Macrotech, Sona Comstar, Najara Tech, Lakshmi Organic, Railtel Corp, Stowe Croft have given returns of 40-96% to investors. With this, a total of 53 thousand crore rupees have been raised in 2021 through this medium. Experts believe that Devyani International can be as successful as Zomato, Burger King India, and Barbeque Nation. This is because Devnayi KFC runs a franchise like Pizza Hut which is similar to Zomato and Burger King.
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