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52 Week High Breakout (24/08/2017)

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Many records will break this year in the IPO market 5 insurance companies will raise the equivalent amount of 2010 this year Expect to raise Rs 20,000 crore in the month of September  

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MUMBAI: The initial public offering (IPO) market, which is fast emerging from the beginning in this calendar year, is expected to be in the fast by next year. While the amount of IPO raised in the last several years will break the record this year, the best companies in government and private sector will be listed on the market for investors. Most of them have also got approval from the SEBI for capital market regulator.

According to sources, the next month, that is, in the month of September, the companies can mobilize more than Rs 20,000 crore through IPOs. At present, the main companies which are ready to get the IPO are Shelby Hospital Rs 580 crore, Mass Financial 550 crore, Capitit Infra 400 crore, Matrimony 350 crore and 6th September, the opening of the Indian Road Network is an IPO of 400 crore rupees. Apart from these, companies like Pratap Snacks, Khadim India are also ready.

This year, companies of 5 life insurance and ordinary insurance are such that they will raise more than Rs 40,000 crore. The amount raised in the year 2010 is more than Rs 36,300 crore from the total amount raised from the IPO market. The insurance companies who are coming up with IPO this year include SBI Life 6,000 crore, ICICI Lombard 6,000 crore, HDFC Life 7,500 crore, New India Assurance 7,000 crore and GIC of Rs 10,000 crore.

In September, companies which can bring their output are Shelby, Capitol, Matrimony, SBI Life, ICICI Lombard, HDFC Life. Although analysts believe that by December, the companies are expected to raise more than Rs 50,000 crore through the IPO, while so far the companies have raised Rs 22,000 crore through this medium, out of which some amount was raised through input and write Are there.

Talking about the previous calendar year, 26,000 crore rupees were raised through IPO. Compared to this, 4 months left this year and the market is fast. In 2010, only Rs 36,300 crores was collected. In this way, the record of 2010 will be broken this year. Analysts believe that in this year so far except a few IPOs, the rest have given better returns to the investors. Some IPOs got double returns this year. In such a situation, investors can get a better return if they invest in the coming IPO. This year, retail investors have shown very good interest in the IPO.

The market is flat, the enthusiasm seen in the mid-cap  

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MUMBAI: Before the long weekend, trading in limited scope in the domestic markets today. In today’s trading, the Nifty continued to shine within the 30-point range, while the Sensex was trading in a scope of 130 points. BSE’s 30-share index Sensex closed at a level of 31,596, with a marginal increase of 28 points i.e. 0.1 percent. On the other hand, NSE’s 50-share index Nifty rose 4.5 points to close at 9,857 level flat.

However, good purchases were seen in mid-caps and smallcap stocks. BSE’s mid-cap index has climbed 0.8 percent, while the Nifty mid-cap 100 Index has gained 0.6 percent. BSE’s smallcap index closed nearly 0.5 percent higher.

Banking, FMCG, realty, consumer durables and oil and gas stocks have seen pressure. Bank Nifty closed 0.2 percent down at 24,274 level. However, good buying has been done in pharma, metal, IT, auto, capital goods and power stocks today. Nifty’s pharma index has gained 3.3 per cent, metal index 0.5 per cent, IT index 0.25 per cent and auto index 0.2 per cent. The BSE Capital Goods Index has gained 0.5 per cent and the power index has increased by 0.25 per cent.

In today’s business, HCL Tech, Adani Ports, ACC, Bajaj Auto, Bosch, Reliance Industries, HDFC and HUL have fallen down by 1.4-0.7 per cent. However, Arvindo Pharma, Lupine, Sun Pharma, Dr Reddy’s, Cipla and Infosys were up 4.8-2 per cent in the giants.

In mid-cap stocks, Wockhardt, Division Lab, JSW Energy, Bajaj Holdings and Ajantha Pharma have climbed up to 8.9-3.1 per cent. Career Point, Eptech, Prakash Industries, Globus Spirits and IntraSoft Tech have remained strong in smallcap stocks up to 19-11 per cent.

This week, the Sensex and Nifty gained 0.2 percent. Bank Nifty has seen a surge of 0.8 per cent. However, the mid-cap index of the Nifty has declined 0.5 percent.

Nifty’s auto index has declined 1 per cent, FMCG Index has 0.6 per cent and Media Index is 0.6 per cent. However, Nifty’s IT index has gained 0.6 per cent, Pharma Index has 2.9 per cent, Metal index 1 per cent and PSU Bank index 0.5 per cent.

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