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What is Initial Public Offer (IPO) and Book Building

There are many ways in which corporates raise capital from the Primary Market such as Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), Rights issue of shares, or private placement. Selling of securities to the general public through the primary market is known as IPO. The main feature of IPO funds is that such source of funds has no definite maturity as far as the corporate is concerned..

Coal India Ltd IPO oversubscribed by 8 times

The Initial Public Offer (IPO), of Coal India Ltd., with an offer to sell shares worth $3.5 billion got a tremendous response from the investing public. The issue closes on Wednesday for institutions while for retail investors, the issue closes for subscription on Thursday, 21 October 2010.

What is A Depository Participants – How it works ?

Today we will discuss about Demat shares. Depositary Participants and the procedure and processes involved in getting the physical securities converted into electronic form. When we have currency notes with us we either hold it in physical form or deposit it in the Bank. But for all practical purposes cash in hand and bank balance is treated as "Physical" only in as much as the cash at Bank is any time encashable

Meaning of “Book Closure and Record Date"

We have what is known as a Register of Members. This is nothing but the names of members of theCompany as on a particular date. Now if as on a particular date, the company is announcing issue of bonus shares and right shares,dividend, split in face value, company has to decide the members who are entitled to receive such benefits

What are Bonus Shares ?

Bonus shares are shares issued free to the members of the company whose names appear in the Register of Members as on the specified date. These are capitalized from out of the General Reserves of the company. In other words a company with a capital base of Rs 25 crores has Rs 500 crores in its General Reserve. Now if the company decides to capitalize some part of the General Reserve say Rs 25 crores it is issued in the form of Bonus Shares.

BSE Ends the day with modest gain

BSE ends the day with modest gain. Today both NSE and BSE indices closed flat. The Sensex or sensitive index of Bombay Stock Exchange ended with a 33 point gain. Consumer durables and metal sector witnessed buys. The Sensex closed at 18032.11 points, with a marginal increase of 0.19 percent or 33.7 points over Friday's closing rate at 17998.41 points.

Muhurat Trading on November 5, 2010 at 6.15 pm

The Exchange has notified A "Special Trading Session for Muhurat Trading" on account of Diwali on Friday, November 05, 2010. The market timings for muhurat trading session for Pre Open/ Normal / RDM/ Odd Lot Market shall be as follows: Normal Market Opens : 18:15 hrs Normal Market Closes : 19:00 hrs

Coal India IPO Allotment And Listing Price

The allotment details for Coal India Ltd can be accessed at the Registrar's website online Investors who had applied for 400 shares will get 200 shares credited to their demat account, the allotment ratio being 1:2.

IPO Coal India Ltd IPO Allotment status, listing

The initial public offering (IPO) of Coal India Ltd at Rs 225 to 245 per share was oversubscribed by 2.31 times by retail investors The empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) headed by the Union Finance Minister, Pranab Mukherjee, met on October 25, 2010 and decided the issue price at Rs 245 a share. While the ratio of allotment status has not been announced, past experience taking into account number of times the IPO has been oversubscribed indicate the allotment ratio might be kept at 1 : 2

Coal India Ltd to debut Initial Public Offer on October 18, 2010

Coal India Ltd, a Public Sector Undertaking, is to debut its Initial Public Offering on Monday, the October 18, 2010 . Coal India Ltd. , one of India's National Assets is the largest producer of coal in the world. The Government is divesting 10 percent or Rs 15000 crores worth shares to the Indian Public. The objective of the divestment is also for "spreading the equity cult in the country".
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