Check the list of Closed IPOs that are closed for subscription now! Know how to open a demat account with 5paisa & start applying for live ipos immediately.
What are Closed IPOs?
A closed IPOs are IPOs that are not accepting subscriptions from investors. IPOs generally remain open between three and seven days for investors to subscribe. When the issue crosses the close date, it is known as a closed IPO.
Seasoned investors track closed IPO data carefully to make their investment decisions. They use closed IPO information to analyse the attractiveness of current and upcoming IPOs.
A closed IPO can give enough indication about the future prospects of upcoming IPOs. It also sends strong signals about the public demand for IPOs.
How to Apply for an IPO?
Login to your 5paisa account and select the issue in the
current IPO section
Enter the number of lots and price at which you wish to
Enter your UPI ID and click on submit. With this, your
bid will be placed with the exchange
You will receive a mandate notification to block funds in
your UPI app
Approve the mandate request on your UPI and funds
will be blocked
Subscription Status Update for Closed IPOs
|CMS Infosystems subscription status||1.98x||1.45x||2.15x||-||-||1.95x|
|Supriya Lifesciences subscription status||31.83x||161.22x||56.01x||-||-||71.51x|
|HP Adhesives subscription status||1.82x||19.04x||81.24x||-||-||20.96x|
|Data Patterns subscription status||190.86x||254.22x||23.14x||-||-||119.62x|
|Medplus Health subscription status||111.90x||85.33x||5.24x||3.05x||-||52.59x|
How to Check IPO Allotment?
You can check IPO allotment status in two ways by visiting
- BSE IPO allotment website
- Registrar's website
Before checking the IPO allotment status, you must select the IPO and enter your PAN.
Know what is an IPO Refund and what does it mean?
IPO refund refers to the process of returning the money blocked by the bank for an IPO subscription. Since IPO applications are supported by a blocked amount (ASBA - Application Supported by Blocked Amount), the bank marks a lien on the application amount until the IPO allotment. After the allotment list is declared by the company, it sends the information to the bank. If the applicant's name is not on the allotment list, the bank releases the lien and the investment amount returns to its original status, meaning the applicant can withdraw the amount or invest it in another IPO.
Frequently Asked Questions
After an IPO closes, the investor has to wait to know the IPO allotment status. If the investor gets an allotment, the shares are transferred to their Demat account. If no share is allotted, the bank releases the blocked amount.
You can check the IPO allotment status by visiting the BSE website or the official registrar's website.
If an IPO is undersubscribed, the underwriter may lower the price to push its demand. However, the subscription amount is still less than 90% on the closing date; the company will return the money to the subscribers.
The 600-crore Latent View Analytics IPO has been subscribed 339 times, making it the most subscribed IPO.
After an IPO lists on the stock exchange, you can log in to your online trading account, select the stock you want to sell, enter the quantity, and sell the share(s). Investors usually invest in an IPO hoping the stock would list at a premium.
A quick scan of the IPOs listed in 2021 shows that a significant majority has listed at a higher price than the issue price. However, stocks may also list a discounted price. The listing price depends on the company's valuations and investor interest.
To begin with, you have to stay invested from the issue date until the listing date. You can sell the IPO shares on a listing day. However, some investors keep holding on to the shares even after listing. An IPO allows you to participate in the company's growth story by entering it early.
There is no clear answer to how an IPO will perform on the first day. While some IPOs may become double their issue price, others may fall below the issue price. The Grey Market Premium (GMP) can give you some idea of the listing price.