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With IPOs worth $1.8 bn registered, India is most promising market: EY

With IPOs worth $1.8 bn registered, India is most promising market: EY

India is a promising market for initial public offerings with two of its premier stock exchanges, BSE and NSE, registering the maximum number of IPOs in the Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) region worth USD 1.8 billion, says an EY report.

ICICI Pru IPO closes on high note; oversubscribed 10.5 times

Generating robust demand from investors, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance's Rs 6,057-crore IPO, the first by an insurer in India, today closed with over 10-time subscription for shares offered to public.

RBL Bank's IPO oversubscribed 70 times, applications cross 1 mn on Day 3

RBL Bank's initial public offer, the first by a private bank in a decade, was oversubscribed a staggering 69.58 times, with the number of applications crossing 1 million on the last day of the IPO Tuesday.

Infibeam's $80 million IPO fully subscribed

 Infibeam Incorporation Ltd`s initial public offering has been fully subscribed ahead of books closing later on Wednesday, exchange data showed.

Companies mop-up Rs 46,000 crore via primary market in April-January FY'16

 Indian firms have raised a staggering Rs 46,000 crore from the primary market route in first ten months of the current fiscal, mainly on account of robust fund mobilisation through initial public offerings.

SMEs raise Rs 287-cr through IPOs during Apr-Jan FY'16

To tap the upbeat investor sentiments, as many as 34 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) got listed on capital markets with initial public offerings worth Rs 287 crore in the first ten months of current fiscal.

Three companies get Sebi nod for IPOs

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) issued its final observations on the draft offer documents last week, which is necessary for launching a public offer.

IPO debut: 11 of 19 stocks trading above issue price

As many as 11 companies that debuted on the country's stock exchanges in last one year have given positive returns to investors and are trading way above the issue price.

More coffee on way as CCD plans to add 400 stores in 3 years

Cafe Coffee Day will invest up to Rs 450 crore over the next three years to open 400 outlets in the country while it completes all formalities to come out with its Rs 1,150-crore initial public offering in October.

SEBI eases norms for anchor investors in public offers

With an aim to boost fund raising through primary markets, capital markets regulator SEBI Monday approved relaxed norms for public offers by removing restriction on maximum number of anchor investors.

Global equity market deals top $500 billion but banker fees fall

Money raised in global equity capital markets rose in the first half of the year to top USD 500 billion, but bankers` fees fell as secondary share sales supplanted lucrative stock market listings as the dominant deals.

China regulators juggle IPOs with growth and a market plunge

A 20 percent fall in Chinese stocks over the past two weeks, mainly blamed on a flood of initial public offerings, highlights the risks that regulators face as they try to use the stock market to support the slowing economy.

SEBI clears 3 IPOs; total approvals reach 17 this year

Markets regulator SEBI has in the past one week approved Initial Public Offerings of three companies that have plan to raise at least Rs 1,000 crore for business expansion and meeting working capital requirements.

Sebi to prepare new guidelines for start-up IPOs in 3-4 months

Sinha, in an interaction with reporters, also said SEBI was in talks with the Reserve Bank of India about a new policy for wilful defaulters.

SMEs raise Rs 63 cr via IPOs in April-June quarter

Six small and medium enterprises (SMEs) got listed on the nation's capital markets with public issues worth a total of Rs 63 crore in the first three months of the ongoing financial year.

IPO grades not a factor in investors' decision making: Studies

A large number of investors are not influenced by the grades provided for IPOs, various studies had showed, which led market regulator Sebi to do away with mandatory grading norms for initial public offerings.

'Fund raising via equity sale drops 37% to $9.4 bn in 2013'

Equity capital markets in India saw a massive 37.1 percent decline in fund raising in 2013.

Fund raising via IPOs hit lowest level in 12 years during 2013

Amid volatile equity market, Indian companies mopped-up Rs 1,619 crore in 2013 through initial public offerings, the lowest level in 12 years.

Sebi eyes prompter enforcement, stronger insider trading norms

Sebi plans to work towards a "stricter and prompter enforcement" regime using the latest technology and strengthen insider trading norms as it seeks to create an atmosphere of trust in the capital markets.

Fund raising via primary market surges 77% in July: Sebi

Fund raising by Indian companies through primary market route jumped by 77 percent to more than Rs 760 crore in July over the previous month, amid sluggish market conditions.