India: The declining trend of returns from IPOs on listing day

A hundred rupees invested in a new share sale, or initial public offer (IPO), at the turn of the millennium often doubled or tripled the moment the shares were listed. That meant you could have made more money by selling shares immediately on listing than you would have by locking your capital in a fixed deposit for years.

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