new Delhi. Small investors prefer to invest in IPO as it is expected to generate good returns. But IPOs of many companies also came out, which have drowned the money of investors. Those who put money in their IPO are now repenting. These companies are not small, but they include big names like Paytm to Nykaa.
Let’s take a look at how big a shock IPOs have come to investors last year. Today, after the market closure on March 14, we are placing the data in front of you by calculating according to the situation.
Paytm reduced capital by 65%
Shares of One97 Communications, the parent company of digital payments firm Paytm, lost nearly 13 per cent on Monday. Due to this there was a huge drop in the market capitalization of the company by Rs 6,429.92 crore. This fall is only for one day. If we talk about the decline from its listing so far, then it is troubling investors in a terrible way.
The share, which was sold at Rs 1950 on the National Stock Exchange, is currently at Rs 674.80. On Monday, it has given closing at its lowest level. However, for the latest fall, the ban imposed by the RBI on opening new accounts to Paytm Payments Bank is believed to be responsible.
Also read – Stock Market: These five steel stocks can fill the bag of investors, know the reason
So far 65% of the investors’ capital has gone out of this stock. This means that if someone has invested 1 lakh rupees, then now his capital will be only 35 thousand rupees. If we talk about the fall from the issue price, then it has fallen by 69% so far. The bidders got this stock at Rs 2,150 for the IPO.
CarTrade did the poor
The share of Car Trade Tech Ltd has also eaten up to 65% of the capital so far. The all-time high of this stock is Rs 1,618 and so was its issue price. It opened at 1,599 and set a high of 1618 on the same day. Since then it has been falling continuously till now. On 24 February 2022, it also made a low of Rs 460.
On Monday, this stock gave a closing of Rs 548.15. According to this closing, this stock is giving negative return of 66% from its issue price.
Also Read – Ruchi Soya Shares Rocket Before FPO, Today The Upper Circuit Of 20%
PB Fintech, the parent company of online insurance aggregator policy market, has fallen 53 percent from its all-time high. The issue price of this stock, which was listed on the Indian Stock Exchange in November 2021, was Rs 980. Although this stock opened at a premium of 17%. On the third day it had put a high of Rs 1470.
People felt that this stock has lived up to their expectations, but their thinking soon changed. After the listing, it started falling from the fourth day that till now it is falling. It is now trading around 30% below its issue price. So far, it has swallowed capital of more than 12 thousand crores.
Also read – Why is there a need to deposit money every year in PPF, Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana and NPS
The company was giving a bumper return of up to 80 percent in its listing, but now it is 46% below its highest level. However, this stock is currently trading above its issue price. Let us inform that the issue price of Nyka’s share was Rs 1,125, but the listing was done at Rs 2,018. In the next few days, the stock made a high of 2,573.70 and then it could not break its high. On Monday, Nykaa closed at Rs 1384.45, which is 19 per cent higher than its issue price of 1,125. But for those who bought it at its highest level, it is nothing less than a nightmare.
Zomato’s stock is also not giving a loss from the issue price like Nykaa, but it has fallen more than 50 percent from its highest level. Meaning the one who would have bought it at the highest level would now be seeing a huge loss in his portfolio. On Monday, Zomata shares closed at 79.30, while its issue price is Rs 76. After giving a tremendous listing of Zomato, a high of Rs 169 was imposed.
Tags: Paytm, stock market
Read Article in हिन्दी