A report card of selected IPOs in India
Author(s):
J RAJESH
Keywords:
Capital Markets, Initial Public Offering, Overpriced, Underpriced.
Abstract
An initial public offering (IPO) is a process through which an unlisted company can be listed on a stock exchange by offering its securities to the public. Objective To study and measure the performance of IPOs in the Indian market and to measure the initial underpricing or overpricing of IPOs in India. From the research, it was found that Zomato has the highest risk (4.53592) and GR Infraprojects has the lowest risk (1.43869). From the research it is found that IRCTC has the highest yield (127.422) and Suryoday Small Finance Bank has the lowest yield (-8.91803). IPO listing gains are 17 out of 30 IPOs that perform very well on listing days than other IPOs. An initial public offering (IPO) can be a fantastic way for the average person to learn how to invest in the stock market. By researching the market and the history of the companies, there will be no risk of investing.
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Unique Paper ID: 156906

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 5

Page(s): 323 - 325
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