IPO Grey market premium / IPO GMP and Kostak rate may change every day. The Grey market premium rates are decided in the secondary market in India. Generally, IPO GMP or IPO Grey market premium fluctuated based on market situation and IPO Subscription Status. The IPO Demand is higher mean IPO Listing price may be open at a higher price.
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IPO GMP FAQ Question
- What is GMP (Grey Market Premium)?
The IPO GMP / IPO Grey market is a premium paid for grey market IPO shares before they are listed on the stock exchange.
Example:- If We see the example of Devyani International IPO. The price is fixed at 90 Rs Per share and the IPO Grey Market Premium(GMP) is 50, the company will be listed at 140.90 so that investors receive up to 55 percent of the profit on the day of IPO Listing day
- Is Grey market Premium (GMP) changed every day?
Yes, the Grey market premium is changed every day based on the demand of the shares in the stock market.
- What is limit of IPO Grey market premium (GMP)?
There is no limit of IPO Grey market premium, It is based on the demand of the shares. if the stocks have good demand before listing then they might open on higher profit. The IPO stocks have weak demand on the market then they might open at a negative price.
- What is Subject to Sauda?
Before the IPO Shares are placed on the public market, an investor can sell an IPO Application to a buyer for a pre-agreed price (Kostak Rate).
The buyer and seller agree that a “Subject to Sauda” contract is only legitimate if the seller receives an allotment when purchasing an IPO application on the black market. Deal becomes null and void if seller doesn’t receive any shares throughout IPO procedure.
For instance, business ABC is launching an initial public offering (IPO) at a price of Rs 1000 per share. In 15 days, the IPO Shares are expected to list. A seller may sell his 2 lakh rupee retail IPO allocation for 5000 rupees via “Subject to Sauda.”
- What is Kostak Rate?
The cost of the IPO application before the IPO listing is known as the Kostak rate. One can fix their profit by purchasing and selling their entire IPO application at Kostak prices outside of the market. The Kostak charges apply in every situation you acquire the allocation.
- How to calculate gmp of ipo ?
The IPO Percentage can be calculated by dividing the Profit value by the total value (IPO Price), and then multiplying the result by 100. The formula used to calculate the percentage is: ( Profit Price / IPO Value)×100%. Example: Harsha engineer Share Listed at 530. The IPO Price is 330 Per share, so The Profit of Per Share is 200. The Percentage = 60.60% Profit.