39 companies raised Rs 60,000 crore
In the last one year, 39 companies have garnered around Rs 60,000 crore from the primary market. However, during the second wave of Corona, the primary market also had a cold when the number of cases increased. In the first half of the current year, 24 companies have raised around Rs 39,000 crore through IPOs. There was a consolidation in the benchmark index during April-May as the situation in Corona deteriorated. In June, there was a recovery in both the primary and secondary markets as well as the benchmark index and Sensex and Nifty made new high levels.
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IPO of these companies will come
At least 20 companies, including Zomato, Aditya Birla Sun Life AMC and Rolex Rings, have submitted documents to the market regulator for IPOs. Their IPO is expected to come this year. These companies plan to get more than Rs 40,000 crore. Among these companies, GR Infra, Clean Science & Technology, Glenmark Life Sciences, Utkarsh Small Finance Bank, Vijaya Diagnostic Centre, Nuvoco Vistas Corporation, Aadhar Housing Finance, Shriram Properties, Seven Islands Shipping and Amy Organics will have their initial public offerings in July. .
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Zomato’s biggest IPO
In the 11 companies that are preparing for this month, Zomato will bring an IPO of Rs 8,250 crore. That is, Zomato will raise half of the amount that will be raised from the IPO in a month. While Glenmark Life Sciences will raise Rs 1,800 crore, Clean Science is planning to raise Rs 1,500 crore. At the same time, Utkarsh Small Finance Bank will raise Rs 1,350 crore, Krishna Diagnostic Rs 1,200 crore. Shriram Properties and G.R. Infra will bring issues of Rs 800-800 crore. Rolex Rings, Windlash Biotech and Seven Iceland will raise Rs 600-600 crore and Tattva Chintan Pharma is planning an IPO of Rs 500 crore.