Recently Listed IPO

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  • Listing Date 10 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 256.00
  • LTP ₹ 346.80
  • Listing Date 10 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 1,008.00
  • LTP ₹ 1,351.45
  • Listing Date 3 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 207.00
  • LTP ₹ 236.17
  • Listing Date 2 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 281.00
  • LTP ₹ 303.70
  • Listing Date 28 Jun 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 369.00
  • LTP ₹ 557.95
  • Listing Date 26 Jun 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 120.00
  • LTP ₹ 94.61
  • Listing Date 26 Jun 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 203.00
  • LTP ₹ 353.55
  • Listing Date 18 Jun 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 93.00
  • LTP ₹ 170.78

The term recently listed IPO is used for IPOs which have been listed in stock exchanges like BSE and/or NSE.

An IPO goes through several stages before being listed. IPO listing comes after the bidding period comes to an end and the shares have been allotted to the successful investors. An IPO can list at a premium (higher than the issue price) or at a discount (lower than the issue price).

IPO listing refers to the process of making a company's shares available for trading in the stock market. When an IPO lists, traders and investors can buy or sell shares. The listing of an IPO also provides IPO investors with the opportunity to exit with a profit or book their losses.

On a fresh IPO's listing day, price discovery session or what is called as 'Call auction' is conducted.

This session is usually for an hour before the regular trading starts. The weighted average price in that session becomes the base on which the circuit filter is calculated when regular trading starts on day 1 of IPO listing.

As per SEBI guidelines, there are no limits for price discovery in price discovery session. But the exchanges apply an operating range of 75% during the price discovery session. This is to ensure that a few random bids do not twist the process. If there is heavy demand at the upper end of the 75% operating range, BSE and NSE officials jointly decide to relax the ceiling. However, if demand is not as heavy, the 75 percent ceiling stays.

Listing gain is the reason why investors invest in IPOs. Simply put, listing gain refers to the opening price of a recently listed IPO minus the cut-off price at the time of the IPO. For example, if the cut-off price was INR 100 and the stock listed opened at INR 120, the listing gain will be INR 20.

Yes, trading of IPO shares starts with the market opening time on listing date. Once price discovery is complete, trading begins for IPO shares and thereafter you can freely purchase or sell fresh IPO shares. Selling IPO shares is quite similar to how you sell any holding on 5paisa. Login to 5paisa mobile app or website and place a sell order for your IPO shares, you can choose to place market order or limit order as per preference.

IPO performance is how a stock performs vis-a-vis its promotion by investment banks. Some IPOs are overhyped and list at a lower price than the cut-off price set for the IPO. However, generally, IPOs list at a premium because investors flock it on the first day for pocketing short-term gains.

5paisa offers a comprehensive review of recently listed, current, upcoming, and closed IPOs. On the Current IPO page, you will find details and the subscription status of the IPOs that are open for subscriptions. Visit the Upcoming IPO page to find all details of the upcoming IPOs and get the DRHPs. And the closed IPO page provides you with accurate insights into the IPOs that are not accepting subscriptions anymore.

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Frequently Asked Questions

5paisa is the go-to destination for finding information about recent IPOs. You can check the company profile, price band, issue size, lot size, and minimum investment amount and invest directly.

Yes. All investors with a Demat and trading account can buy shares on the listing date. Generally, the market opens at 9 AM every day; but the IPO listing process begins at 10 AM. The first few minutes are usually very volatile. It is wise to wait for a while before investing.

5paisa provides an easy overview of the recently listed IPOs in India. You can visit the 'Recently Listed IPO' page and check the performance of all companies listed on the bourses.

With a listing gain of 111%, Happiest Minds Technologies aces the IPO segment. The stock is listed at INR 351 against its issue price of INR 166.