Listing gains in coming times: IPO may pick up in next 3 to 6 months

Listing gains in coming times: IPO may pick up in next 3 to 6 months, many companies are ready to list

  • In the last 9 months,  35 billion has been raised from IPO, FPO, QIP, Rights issue etc.
  • FPI has invested  10.6 billion in the Indian stock market in May and September
In the next 3 to 6 months, many companies may come with IPO. Recently, the kind of environment which has been in the market, these companies can come to raise money. It may include companies from the healthcare, commercial real estate (writ) and consumer sectors. In the last 9 months, 35 billion has been raised from IPO, FPO, QIP, rights issue etc.

Companies stopped by Covid-19

According to analysts, capital market regulator SEBI has approved IPOs to dozens of companies. Due to Covid-19, these companies were stopped from coming to the market. But recently the way 8-10 companies have raised money from the market, preparations have started for these companies. The companies that came out with IPO recently got a very good subscription, as well as their listings got banged up.

Companies in these sectors have brought the issue

Among the recent IPOs have been IPOs of commercial real estate, tech, specialty chemical or market leader CAMS and UTI. Investors have invested well in all these IPOs except UTI. This means that investors are watching the companies very closely.

Boost in fund raising

According to analysts, there has been a spurt in funds raised all the way recently. Foreign and domestic institutions have shown good interest in it. The market environment has been completely positive for the last three months. This is because central banks all over the world focused on liquidity and interest rates. This helped the economy recover. Investors preferred to invest in companies that are leaders in their sectors.

Investment in good quality papers

Global, sovereign and pension funds have invested substantially in India in high quality papers. Mutual funds have done a lot of big deals. Retail's participation in direct equity has increased since March. This is because people had savings in lockdown and invested in direct equity.Retail investors worked from home, which has led to good returns from equity. The equity market has attracted investors during this period as other asset classes such as real estate and fixed income have been under performing.

$ 8.3 billion in stock sales in March, April

Talking about foreign investors (FPIs), they sold shares worth $ 8.3 billion in March and April. But in May and September, they invested $ 10.6 billion. FPI Sentiment is positive at the moment. Due to India's strong profile, global funds, especially FPIs, have focused on investing continuously.