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Recently Listed SME IPOs

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  • Listing Date 29 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 52 to ₹ 55
  • LTP ₹ 244
  • Listing Date 3 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 95
  • LTP ₹ 196
  • Listing Date 2 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price -
  • LTP ₹ 105.1
  • Listing Date 2 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 162
  • LTP ₹ 306.9
  • Listing Date 2 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price -
  • LTP ₹ 75.9
  • Listing Date 1 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 62
  • LTP ₹ 149.45
  • Listing Date 1 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 95
  • LTP ₹ 324
  • Listing Date 1 Jul 2024
  • Issue Price ₹ 55
  • LTP ₹ 109.85

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Frequently Asked Questions

The term recently listed SME IPO is used for SME IPOs which have been listed in stock exchanges like BSE SME and/or NSE SME.
An SME IPO can list at a premium (higher than the issue price) or at a discount (lower than the issue price).
 

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

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, the SME IPO Shares can be sold on the day of listing if you’re a retail investor. Usually, other investors are subjected to a lock-in period.