Rossari Biotech will list tomorrow but the grey market is already offering a premium of over 40%

Rossari Biotech will list tomorrow but the grey market is already offering a premium of over 40%
Rossari Biotech
  • Rossari Biotech IPO was open for bidding between July 13-15, and it was oversubscribed by 79 times.
  • A chemical manufacturing company based out of Mumbai, Rossari Biotech recently announced that it is hiring, stating that it is growing manifold and needs manpower.
  • The Rossari Biotech IPO grey market premium is currently hovering above 40%, which suggests there could be a blockbuster listing on the cards.
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Rossari Biotech is all set to be listed on the bourses tomorrow, July 23. But even before the listing takes place, the grey market is already hot, with a premium of over 40%.

Rossari Biotech has an issue price of ₹425. However, the stock is already hot in the grey market. It is currently hovering in the range of ₹585-600, which suggests a grey market premium of up to ₹160-180 per share. This is an upside of over 40% over the issue price.
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Rossari Biotech grey market premium – blockbuster listing on the cards?

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Grey market premium is the measure of the extra amount that the market is ready to pay for a newly listed company’s share. It’s not an official measure, though, but it shows whether there is enough demand for a share in the market.

If the grey market premium on Rossari Biotech is anything to go by, the shares of the company could list at around ₹600, which is an upside of ₹175 over the issue price.

Overall, the Rossari Biotech IPO has been oversubscribed by 79 times, with non-institutional investors leading the charge, oversubscribing by almost 240 times.

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Non-institutional investors are those who bid more than ₹2 lakh in an IPO.

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