Study the performance of IPO in Indian Capital Market
Author(s):
Chitraben Rajnikant Sheth, Dr. Sejal Christian
Keywords:
Capital market, Initial Public Offer, Over pricing Under pricing
Abstract
Initial Public offer (IPO) is a process through which an unlisted Company can be listed to a Stock exchange by offering its securities to the public. The aim of study and to measure performance of IPO in Indian market and to measure the initial under pricing or overpricing of IPO’s in India. From the research it has been found that the Zomato ltd has highest risk (4.53592) and the G R Infraprojects has lowest risk (1.43869). From the research it has been found that the IRCTC has highest return (127.422) and the Suryoday small finance bank has lowest return (-8.91803). The listing gains of the IPOs are the 17 out of 30 IPOs have very good performance on listing days than other IPOs. The initial public offering (IPO) might be a fantastic way for a regular person to learn how to invest in the stock market. By examining the market and the history of firms, there will be no risk in investing.
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Unique Paper ID: 153776

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 8

Page(s): 514 - 519
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