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BSE IPO Performance
- Low 7770.17
- High 7840.58
- Previous Close7,797.96
- Dividend Yeild0.19%
Day Open Price
Color code for Stocks Performance
- 5% and above
- 5% to 2%
- 2% to 0.5%
- 0.5% to -0.5%
- -0.5% to -2%
- -2% to -5%
- -5% and below
|Company||Market Cap||Market Price||Volume||Sector|
|Five-Star Business Finance Ltd||₹15804 Cr||
|Life Insurance Corporation of India||₹362296 Cr||
|Paradeep Phosphates Ltd||₹4261 Cr||
|Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Ltd||₹6576 Cr||
|Bikaji Foods International Ltd||₹8604 Cr||
BSE IPO Sector Performance
|Sector Name||Percentage Change|
|Infrastructure Developers & Operators||0.03|
|Stock/ Commodity Brokers||0.2|
|Real Estate Investment Trusts||0.39|
|Sector Name||Percentage Change|
|Diamond, Gems and Jewellery||-0.5|
|IT - Hardware||-0.51|
S&P BSE IPO
To evaluate the overall marketplace dynamics in the Indian capital market and gauge the improvement in shareholder worth within a two-year timeframe following the effective closing of an IPO or initial public offering, BSE developed a brand-new index category known as the BSE IPO index (IPO).
The primary market is anticipated to benefit from the Indian economy's rapid expansion, which was 6.7% in 2008–2009 and is anticipated to continue growing. This, along with other factors, made it the right moment to release an index that would monitor primary market situations in the capital market.
The BSE IPO index was introduced on August 24, 2009, by BSE to monitor the worth of businesses for two years once their initial public offerings have been successfully completed (IPO). By imposing a limit (capping) on the weightage of the market index, BSE proceeded to bring index improvements with the debut of the IPO index.
BSE IPO Scrip Selection Criteria
● After an initial public offering (IPO), businesses looking for a listing on the Exchange are eligible to be included in the index. The inclusion of subsequent public concerns in the index will be deemed unacceptable.
● A scrip must have a minimum 100 crore rupee free-float market capitalization on the initial day of the offering.
● Under the condition that the minimum free-float market cap requirements mentioned above are met, a scrip should be incorporated in the index on the 3rd day after it lists.
● A security listed for two years will be removed from the listing on the second Monday of the coming month.
● It is required to keep the index updated with at least ten scrips in all instances. When fewer than ten firms are due to potential removal after two years, the elimination of those companies will be postponed until new admission in the index is established.
● The component weighting will be examined when a scrip is included or excluded, as well as during each monthly rebalance. Nevertheless, any index component's weighting can reach 20% between any rebalancings.
Can you sell an IPO on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)?
It is possible to acquire stocks solely on a single market and sell them on a different marketplace the following day, or T+1 day, rather than the same day. For instance, when you desire to trade the shareholding of Infosys that you purchased on Monday on the NSE, you could do so on the BSE on Tuesday.
How do I calculate the BSE index?
The market cap of the 30 firms that make up the S&P BSE SENSEX is divided by an amount known as the Index Divisor to determine the index's value. The S&P BSE SENSEX's only connection to its initial base period value is the Divisor.
Is it possible to sell IPO shares the next day?
Typically, yes. You have complete control over your purchases and sales when you purchase shares on the day of the IPO on that stock exchange. The lock-up period could apply to stocks you acquired at the IPO price prior to the opening of trade, albeit if you had engaged in the IPO directly.
What is the time for which you need to retain IPO shares?
The stocks you acquired via IPO Access are always available for sale. Nevertheless, it's termed "flipping," and you can be banned from IPO Access for 60 days when you trade IPO stocks within thirty days of the IPO.
What's the IPO lock-in period?
The lock-in period is when shareholders of a firm that has launched its IPO are required to retain their stocks, irrespective of the current market value, comprising entrepreneurs, workers, and early investors.