These IPOs are making investors rich this year, these IPOs gave a big profit of 40% with listing.

There are 10 IPOs listed in 2021, out of which only 1 listing has been done at a discount.

There are 10 IPOs listed in 2021, out of which only 1 listing has been done at a discount.

Along with the listing, IPOs are also making investors rich. Four IPOs have given profits of more than 40 percent in the listing.

New Delhi. This year, IPOs are rocking the stock market in the midst of a rapidly recovering economy. Last year, only 15 issues were launched, but this time 15 IPOs have been launched in the first three months only. Not only this, along with the listing, IPOs are also making investors rich. Four IPOs have given profits of more than 40 percent in the listing.
So far, 15 to 10 IPOs have been listed in the country’s stock markets this year. Of the 10 IPOs listed in 2021, only 1 was listed at a discount and one was listed at its issue price. While 8 IPOs have been listed at a premium. The listing of 4 of these IPOs has been done at a premium of at least 40% of the issue price.
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MTAR gave the highest profit of 84 percentAmong the IPOs listed this year at a minimum 40% premium are MTAR Tech. Its listing is done at 84% premium. Indigo Paints was listed at a premium of 75%, Nureca ltd listing at 44% and Heranba Industries listing at a 43.54% premium. This year only the listing of IRFC (Indian Railway Finance Corporation) has been done at a discount.
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Raised 16 thousand crores through IPO

So far this year, 13 IPOs have raised Rs 16,000 crore from the primary market, while in 2020 15 companies raised nearly Rs 31,000 crore through IPOs. Last year, only 3 IPOs were listed at a discount to Equitas Small Finance Bank, Angel Broking and SBI Cards. The 10 IPOs listed in 2021 this year have been subscribed over 56 times on average. At the same time, IPOs subscribed 75 times on average in 2020. In 2019, they were subscribed only 32 times. In 2020, IPOs gave an average of 42% return. Whereas in 2019, investors received an average return of 20% and in 2018 only 6%.
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Less than a dozen IPOs in the pipeline right now
At least a dozen IPOs are currently in the pipeline. This means that many IPOs can be launched in the coming months. At the same time, the IPO of Antony Waste Handling Cell was first listed in the stock market this year and it was listed at a premium of 36.51%. At the same time, kitchen appliance company Stove Kraft’s IPO was listed at 21.30% premium. Similarly, IPO of Home First Finance Company was listed at 18.18% and Railtel IPO at 11.28% premium.



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