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Mumbai32 minutes agoAuthor: Ajit Singh
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- So far this year, 7 companies have already raised 12 thousand crores rupees.
- LIC IPO may come by December, it is valuing now
Historically, 2021 will be the best year for an IPO. Companies can raise a total of Rs 2 lakh crore from the IPO market in this year. In this, the country’s largest insurance company Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) alone can have an IPO of 90 thousand crore rupees.
7 companies have come this year so far
So far this year, 7 companies have already raised Rs 12 thousand crore, while 55 companies are in line in the coming time. Out of this, LIC alone will raise about 90 thousand crores, out of the total amount of money that will be collected ie 1 lakh crore rupees. LIC’s IPO may come by November or December. It is currently being valued.
This year’s biggest IPO Will be
Apart from LIC this year, the big IPO that will come, there is also National Stock Exchange (NSE). It can raise 10 thousand crore rupees. After this HDB Financial can raise 9 thousand crores, Aadhaar Housing 8 thousand crores and Delhiwari 6 thousand crores.
These are also IPO in line
Among the companies in the line of IPO, Kalyan Jewelers will come to raise Rs 1,750 crore, Arohan Financial 1,800 crore, Macrotech Developers 2,500 crore, Policy Market Rs 3,500 crore, Star Health Insurance Rs 5,000 crore.
Better returns from IPO
The stock market has been setting new records every month for the last 3-4 months. There is a lot of money in the market. In the IPOs that have come so far, all the IPOs have given better benefits to almost the investors except Mrs. Bector. Burger King to Happiest Mind has delivered more than double.
NSE’s IPO has been stuck for years
The IPO of NSE has been stuck for the last 5 years. This is because it has some legal ramifications. Recently, SEBI has fined it in the case of co-location. Shares of NSE will be listed in BSE. It will be under cross listing. Similarly, when the IPO of BSE came in 2017, its stock was listed in NSE.
The companies raised the most money in 2017
NSE data shows that companies have collected the most money in 2017 so far. A total of 38 companies raised Rs 75,728 crore this year. Earlier in 2010, 64 companies raised Rs 36,362 crore, in 2007 104 companies raised Rs 33,946 crore, in 2018 24 companies raised Rs 31,731 crore. In 2016, 26 companies raised Rs 26 thousand 500 crore. The lowest was raised in 2013 and 2014. In these two years, an amount of Rs 1200–1283 crore was raised.
Coal India’s largest IPO
So far, the largest IPO of state-owned Coal India came in the Indian market. In 2010 it raised Rs 15,199 crore. Apart from this, Reliance Power raised Rs 11 thousand 560 crore in 2008 in a big IPO. SBI Card and Payment Services had raised Rs 10,000 crore. DLF raised Rs 9,187 crore in 2009. Cairn Energy raised Rs 8,616 crore in 2007.