So far this year, the shares of 16 companies have been listed. Of these, 50 percent of the returns were negative, while in 2 the returns have been flat.
IPO Market Return in 2022: In the upheaval of the stock market, the returns of the primary market i.e. IPO market have also deteriorated this year. So far this year, the shares of 16 companies have been listed. Of these, 50 percent of the returns were negative, while in 2 the returns have been flat. In terms of value, most of the investors’ money is immersed in the shares of LIC, the largest company in the insurance sector. On the other hand, if you look at the decline in percentage, LIC has been at number two. AGS Transact’s shares were the biggest losers. If you have also invested money in IPO this year, then you can check the performance of the listed shares.
8 stocks gave negative returns
Out of 16 listed stocks this year, 8 which have given negative returns, AGS Transact is at number one. This stock has declined by about 54 percent in comparison to the issue price. Its issue price was Rs 175, while the current price is less than Rs 80. This stock was listed on 31 January 2022.
LIC is at number two in this. LIC’s stock is trading at Rs 672, weakening about 29 percent from its issue price of Rs 949. LIC’s stock was listed on May 17 at a discount in the market.
Apart from these, Uma Exports, Paradeep Phosphates, Rainbow Child, Prudent Advisor, Ethos and eMudhra also gave negative returns to investors. Whereas Delhivery and Venus Pipes have got flat returns.
These shares earned
6 out of 16 stocks are such, in which some money of investors has been made. Among these, Adani Wilmar’s share of Adani Group is at number one. On 8 February 2022, this share was listed at Rs 274 as compared to the issue price of Rs 230. While its current price is Rs 620. That is, it got a return of 170 percent from the issue price.
Veranda Learn is at number two in this list. On April 11, 2022, the stock got listed at Rs 171 against the issue price of Rs 137. Presently the share price is Rs 232. That is, it has got 69 percent return from the issue price.
Apart from these, Aether Ind has given 22 percent return, Hariom Pipe 27 percent, Vedant Fashions 16 percent compared to the issue price. Campus Active has given 9 percent return.
LIC dipped the most money
LIC’s IPO has proved to be the biggest money sinker in terms of value. The market cap of the company has come down to 4.25 lakh crore after the stock fell by 29 per cent from the issue price. While its valuation during the IPO was 6 lakh crores. In this sense, about 1.75 lakh crores of investors have been drowned in this.