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IPO to provide ‘Safety net Guarantee’ and ‘Tax incentive’

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  The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) will consider this week wide-ranging reforms in its regulations for mutual ...

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2 New IPO’s in the flourishing markets

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With markets flourishing in the last 3 weeks, IPO market has come alive with 2 new IPO’s hitting the market ...

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All you want to know about Facebook IPO

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Is it worth to invest in over hype IPO or does Facebook deserve all the hype it has created? If ...

MCX IPO – Huge Hit

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After Blockbuster subscription to the MCX IPO, IPO is all set to get listed on Stock exchange on Thursday, 9th March. Retail participant is likely to get 8-9 shares per 2 Lac rs. Application.Are you excited about the listing price, allotment status & how to trade after listing?

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MCX commodity exchange comes with an IPO on 22nd Feb

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India's largest commodity exchange MCX will hit the capital market next week with an estimated Rs 650-750 crore initial public offer on February 22, becoming the first ever IPO by an exchange in the country. Will you subscribe to it?

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Will you apply for this decade most anticipated IPO of Facebook?

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Facebook, the world's most popular social networking site, with an estimated 845 million active subscribers, has turned eight 2 days back & has filed for an IPO. What is the valuation of Facebook IPO? How Facebook fairs when compared to Peers such as Microsoft, Google & Apple? How Facebook will list? How to invest in Facebook IPO? Have more burning questions on Facebook then read this whole guide on Facebook IPO.

Nothing good in Goodwill Hospital IPO – Avoid for Traders, Investors

Rajesh Singla

Goodwill Hospital And Research Centre is entering the capital market on 30th December with an issue size of Rs. 62 crores, in the band of Rs. 175 to Rs. 185 per share. Check out the Financials, Comparison with Peers, Valuations, subscriptions, Allotment, Listing & Recommendations for the IPO

25 IPO's pulls out the plug due to the sluggish markets

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Owing to a sluggish trend in the stock market, at least 25 companies have called off their initial public offer (IPO) plans so far in 2011. Mostly from the real estate and power sectors, these 25 IPOs were together estimated to raise about Rs31,000 crore worth capital to fund the companies’ business expansion plans.

SEBI trying to put life to dead IPO Market

Rajesh Singla

A cursory look at the BSE home page shows that there are currently six IPOs which are open for subscription, yet there is not even an iota of interest. Usually, IPOs create some buzz and there is always a sense of some investor interest. We hear about the IPOs and investors actually enquire about the prospects. But this time around, investors just do not seem to care. Why this change in attitude? Quite a few reasons though the biggest being that majority of the IPOs, after getting listed sinks to the bottom like a heavy stone in a bucket of water. Newly listed stocks - Brooks Labs, SRS, L&T Finance, Tree House, TD Power Systems and PG Electroplast are all amongst the losers. More than three-fourth of their value has been eroded over the past two months. One common factor between all these issues – all had hit the stratosphere, with logic defying high prices in the initial days of listing. Another common thread is that most of the issues do not find subscribers even till the last day; but in the last couple of hours before closing, miraculously, the issues gets fully subscribed.

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Flurry of IPO’s in the market. Should you subscribe to any?

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It is very strange that amid all the volatility in the stock markets, there have been numerous IPOs in the ...

RDB Rasayans IPO opens today

Rajesh Singla

The initial public offering of RDB Rasayans , a packaging material manufacturer, has opened for subscription today. The company offers 45 lakh equity shares through the issue. RDB is engaged in the business of manufacturing and selling of FIBC (jumbo bags) and woven sacks and various woven polymer based products like container liners, protective irrigation system, canal liners, etc. These products use fertilizers, cement, polymers, chemicals, textiles, machinery, automobiles and steel industry etc. Its manufacturing facility is located in West Bengal. Issue proceeds are proposed to be used for enhancing the manufacturing capacity by 7450 MTPA by establishing the Unit -II for Jumbo Bag Liners. Chartered Capital and Investment Ltd is the book running lead manager to the issue.

Prakash Constrowell comes with IPO on 19th September

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Prakash Constrowell, engaged in the business of infrastructure development and civil construction, will enter the capital markets Monday with its initial public offering to raise Rs 60 crore through 100 per cent book building process. Prakash Constrowell operates in the three segments of construction viz. infrastructure development, civil construction and residential & commercial real estate construction. The proceeds will be utilized to meet working capital requirement, investment in construction equipments and investment in subsidiaries. The price band and minimum bid lot will be announced at least two working days prior to the Issue opening date.

Should you apply for ONGC FPO which opens on Sep 20

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Finally after several postponements, follow-on public offer of state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) will open for subscription on September 20, 2011. Government will offer 42,77,74,504 shares (dilution of 5% post issue) through this FPO, which will close on September 23. The offer comprises a net offer to the public of 41,92,21,336 equity shares and a reservation of 85,53,168 equity shares for subscription by eligible employees. If we consider FPO price at Rs 250 a share, the issue size comes to Rs 10,700 crore. Market capitalisation of the company stands at Rs 221,073.86 crore. In the financial year 2010-11, the company reported sales turnover of Rs 66,154.88 crore and net profit of Rs 18,924.00 crore.

Grey Market Premium for IPO's & Bonds; ONGC FPO to hit on Sept 20

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ONGC FPO likely to hit market on Sept 20 The FPO has been jammed in a roadblock due to government's ad-hoc subsidy sharing mechanism. Post-FPO, the government's stake in ONGC would come down to 69.14% from the current 74.14%. Earlier, there were media reports that ONGC is considering to may file papers for a Rs 12,000 crore share sale by early next month. The government plans to sell 5% of 427.77 million shares through the FPO. The FPO was originally planned for 2010-11 fiscal but was deferred to April 5 as the company did not have adequate number of independent directors on its board to meet the SEBI's listing norm. Just Dial is planning to come with Rs 360 crore IPO Local search engine Just Dial plans to raise Rs 360 crore through an initial share sale, probably valuing the company more than 10 times its last fiscal revenue. On May 2011, the company had sold 2,400 shares at Rs 80 per share, the offer document shows. The company over the years had sold many preference shares which were converted into equity and had also issued bonus shares as high as 55:1. Citigroup Global Markets India and Morgan Stanley India are the book running lead managers to the issue.

Where will L&T finance list?

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After an audacious debut of Inventure limited, lot is expected from the debut of L&T Finance IPO which is about to list on Indian stock exchange. Where L& T finance stock is going to list? Lot has happened in the last week after the closure of IPO.

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