Burger King IPO List Price | Burger King India jumps 85 per cent in market entry

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Mumbai2 days ago

  • Burger King is the fourth IPO of the year to deliver the most
  • SBI Card has become the largest IPO. Out of this, more than Rs 10,000 crore has been collected

Initial public offerings (IPOs) have been successful in benefiting investors this year. Burger King has also emerged as King. On Monday, its stock was listed at a premium of 92%. This means that the list of investors investing money in IPOs has increased by 92% on the day of listing. This is the fourth IPO this year and it has benefited the most.

Open between 2 and 4 December

Let us know that Burger King’s IPO was open between 2nd and 4th December. It was priced at Rs 58-60. It was trading at Rs 11 on the BSE on Monday. That means those who invested Rs 1,000 in the IPO became Rs 1,920. The craze for the IPO market in 2020 is huge. Investors have not only made money from IPOs, they have also made good money from the secondary market. The secondary market has grown nearly 78% since March. However, it has returned more than 10% compared to January.

These three IPOs gave more than 100% profit

There are 3 IPOs before Burger King, which are listed at a premium of over 100%. In the year 2020, 0% of IPOs are listed, which are listed at a premium. There have been 12 IPOs so far this year. This has benefited 8 investors. The IPOs of 10 of these companies came in September or later. Speaking of this year, the lockdown has prevented companies from entering the market for a long time. But once the economy is on track, companies are constantly bringing in IPOs.

The companies raised Rs 25,000 crore

Exchange figures show that companies have raised more than Rs 25,000 crore this year. The figure is expected to touch Rs 30,000 crore. This year, SBI Card is the largest IPO of 12 companies. Out of this, more than Rs 10,000 crore has been collected. Since then, CAMS and UTI Mutual Funds have accumulated over Rs 2,000-2,000 crore.

Pharma’s largest IPO

Gland Pharma has launched the largest pharma IPO in the country so far. Out of this, Rs 6,400 crore has been collected. In addition, Rosari Biotech, Root Mobile, Happiest Minds, Kemcon Specialty, Lingel Broking, Mazgaon Dock, Equitas Bank and Burger King are some of them. Talking about his performance, the IPO of Camcon Specialty was worth Rs 340. It was listed at Rs 731. This is an increase of 115% by investors.

111% profit

Happy Minds’ IPO came in at Rs 166. The list was at Rs 351. That is, 111% of investors benefited. Root Mobile’s IPO was listed at a premium of 102%. It came in at Rs 350 in the IPO. It was listed at Rs 708. Burger King, listed today, paid 92% to investors.

Burger King costs Rs

Burger King’s IPO was Rs 60. It was listed at Rs 115. That is, investors have seen a 92% increase. Rosari Biotech’s IPO has given investors a 58% advantage. It came in at Rs 525 and was listed on the IPO exchange at Rs 70,770. Apart from this, the IPOs which are listed have also benefited a lot. However, this benefit is reduced by less than 50%.

49% advantage of Mazgaon post

Mazgaon Dak’s IPO has benefited 49% of investors. It was listed at Rs 216 and the IPO was priced at Rs 145. CAMS, which works for mutual funds, made a 25% profit on its IPO. Gland Pharma’s IPO rose 14%. Its IPO value was Rs 1,500. Some IPOs, however, hurt investors this time.

This IPO gave a loss

Financial servicing equity holdings had given investors a 6% loss. It was Rs 31 compared to Rs 33. Angel Broking has lost 10%. It was priced at Rs 306 which was listed at 275. UTI Asset Management Company also had a hard time filing an IPO. This resulted in a 12% loss to investors. The SBI Card IPO has resulted in a 13% loss to investors.

Opportunity to regain

By the way, you will have the opportunity to get an IPO again from Tuesday. The IPO of Mrs. Baster, who supplies the material to Burger King, is set to begin tomorrow. It is trading in the gray market at a 70% premium. This means that there is a huge demand among investors even before the IPO opens. In such a scenario his IPO would be good and at the same time he could make a good profit on the list. The company aims to raise Rs 540 crore. Many shareholders will sell their stake in it.

Reserved for employees

Employees get a discount of Rs. 50 lakh shares are reserved for them. Investors can apply for at least 50 shares. It is priced at Rs 286 to Rs 288. In fact the value of this company was going to go down. But in the meantime, the way Burger King’s IPO received response, Mrs. Bacter’s price was raised. Burger King’s IPO was filled 156 times. In such a scenario, the company supplying the material will be an IPO hit.

These IPOs are also in the queue

Apart from this, IPOs of Kalyan Jewelers, state-owned Rail Oil, Suryadaya Microfinance Bank, Nazara Technology and Anthony West Handling will also come up. Kalyan Jewelers will raise Rs 1,750 crore. Rail Tel has set a target of raising Rs 700 crore. Suryadaya Small Finance Bank has set a target of Rs 1,000 crore, Vision Rs 1,000 crore and Anthony Rs 100-500 crore.

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