The amount raised is 32 per cent lower than Rs 51,979 crore raised through 25 IPOs in the corresponding period of 2021-22.
Books closed on Wednesday with a final price of 82.50 euros, the carmaker said, at the top end of the 76.50-82.50 euro range it announced earlier this month.
Electronics Mart IPO: Electronics Mart expects to raise around Rs 500 crore through the fresh issue with a face value of Rs 10 each. As on August 31, 2022, it had 112 stores across 36 cities, out of which, 100 stores are multi-brand outlets (MBO) and 12 stores are exclusive brand outlets.
The $800 million offering values the company at $7 billion. That implies a forward price-to-sales multiple of three times similar to a basket of peers including Nio and Xpeng and assumes it continues to grow its top line at the same pace as last year.
Electronics Mart India IPO: The shares will be allotted on October 12 and initiation of refunds will be carried out on next day. They are likely to be listed on October 17 on BSE and NSE.
Harsha Engineers had fixed a price band of Rs 314-330 for the IPO. The quota reserved for qualified institutional buyers got oversubscribed 178.26 times. Likewise, the portion reserved for non-institutional investors and retail individual investors also got oversubscribed by 71.72 times and 17.63 times, respectively.
Harsha Engineers IPO: Market participants suggested that Harsha Engineers IPO grey market premium (GMP) is around Rs 200. This implies that the grey market is expecting the lender to list around Rs 530 (Rs 330 + Rs 200), which is more than 60 per cent to the IPO's upper band price of Rs 330 per equity share.
The insurer filed a draft prospectus for its initial public offering (IPO) in August comprising a fresh issue of Rs 1,250 crore and an offer for sale (OFS) of more than 10.94 crore equity shares.
Harsha Engineers IPO: The IPO was open from September 14 to September 16. The issue was subscribed 74.70 times on the last day. The IPO received bids for 1,25,96,90,175 shares against 1,68,63,795 shares on offer.
Amid the ongoing volatility in the domestic equity markets, more than 20 IPOs have already raised nearly Rs 40,000 crore from the capital market in the ongoing calendar year till date.
The IPO size is expected to be approximately Rs 5,500 crore that may turn out to be the one of the largest ever issued by a domestic pharmaceutical company.
Patanjali Group IPO Plan: Earlier this year, Baba Ramdev-owned Patanjali Ayurved divested its food retail business to group company Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd last month for Rs 690 crore. Through its follow-on public offer (FPO), Ruchi Soya collected Rs 4,300 crore, to clear its bank and long-term borrowings.
Harsha Engineers IPO: The public offer has received bids for 17,45,50,545 shares against 1,68,63,795 shares offered by the company, at a price band of Rs 314-330, according to the data available on the stock exchanges. The IPO will close on September 16.
This is Harsha Engineers' second attempt to go public. It had filed its draft papers with the regulator in August 2018 but later shelved the proposal due to the IL&FS crisis, which shook the NBFC (non-banking financial company) sector.
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank IPO: All of the six foreign shareholders -- Robert & Ardis James Company (4.95 per cent), Starship Equity Holdings (4.72 per cent), Subcontinental Equities (4.64 per cent), East River Holdings (3.72 per cent), Swiss Re Investors Mauritius (1.90 per cent) and FI Invest Mauritius (1.48 per cent) -- would have to retain their holdings for the next six months after the IPO.
Dreamfolks' initial public offering (IPO) garnered a strong investor response and was subscribed 56.68 times times on the last day of subscription on August 26.
The last few years have seen the share of offer for sale portion in a public issue go up that clearly shows that promoters along with institutional investors like PE/VCs are making a lucrative exit even as retail investors might be taking a hit
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank IPO: The public offer got subscribed 6 per cent on the first day of the offer till 12.08 pm. The public offer has received bids for 5,49,388 shares so far against 87,12,000 shares offered by the bank.
According to IPOWatch.in, the grey market premium for Dreamfolks was around 105, or 32 per cent, over the issue price of Rs 326.
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank has fixed the IPO price band at Rs 500-525 per share for the Rs 832 crore public offer. The bank would be issuing 1.58 crore new equity shares of Rs 10 face value in the IPO, nearly 10 per cent of its equity shares.
The private lender has fixed the IPO price band at Rs 500-525 per share for the Rs 832 crore initial share offer that would open between September 5 and September 7.
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