Tata-Adani-Ambani will be forgotten, this small company broke earnings records - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Tata-Adani-Ambani will be forgotten, this small company broke earnings records

A small company was listed in the NSE stock market, but the explosion of this company was heard in the entire market. A share worth only Rs 33 was listed at Rs 145. Investors saw huge earnings. Let us also tell you what is the name of this company.

A company named Maxposer made a big debut in the stock market. The issue price of the company was only Rs 33, while the listing was seen at Rs 145. This means that investors got a shock return of 339.39 percent from the listing of the company. Investors made a profit of lakhs of rupees from one lot. The size of Maxpose IPO was only Rs 20.26 crore. The IPO was open for subscription between January 15-17. SME IPO Maxpose in 2024 received highest ever subscription of 987.47 times.

how much was subscribed

The company has received bids for 401.70 crore shares against 40.68 lakh shares on offer. Its NII quota was subscribed the most at 1,947.55 times, followed by the retail category at 1,034.23 times. Meanwhile, QIB shares were bid 162.35 times in 3 days. The issue included a fresh issue of 61,40,000 equity shares at a face value of Rs 10 each. The price band of MaxExposure IPO was between Rs 31-33. The IPO lot size included 4,000 shares. Investors could bid for 4,000 shares and in multiples thereof. This means that the value of one lot size was Rs 1,32,000.

explosive listing

The stock market opened after three days on Tuesday. As soon as the company's shares were listed, the shares were priced at Rs 145. This means that the listing price of the company itself had become Rs 145. This means that investors got a return of Rs 339.39 as soon as the shares were listed. The company's shares are trading at Rs 137.75 with a decline of 5 per cent at 2 pm on the National Stock Exchange.

profit of lakh rupees

Investors have got huge benefits from this explosive listing. According to the data, if an investor has been allotted one lot, then the value of the lot will be Rs 1.32 lakh based on 4000 shares and the price of Rs 33 per share. After listing, the value of that lot would have increased to Rs 5,80,000 at the rate of Rs 145. Even if the investment value of Rs 1.32 lakh is removed from this, the investors would have made a profit of Rs 4.48 lakh.

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