Bikaji Foods IPO GMP TODAY (LIVE DATA) Latest Grey Market Premium Updates

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Bikaji Foods IPO date is fixed, the initial public offer (IPO) is to hit the market on Nov 3, 2022, and close on NOV 7, 2022. Bikaji Foods IPO to raise ₹881.22 Cr via IPO that comprises an offer of up to 29,373,984 Equity Shares of Rs.1 each. The retail quota is 35% with QIB 50% and HNI 15%.

Bikaji Foods International Limited is one of India’s largest fast-moving consumer goods (“FMCG”) brands. The company’s product range includes six principal categories: bhujia, namkeen, packaged sweets, papad, western snacks as well as other snacks which primarily include gift packs (assortment), frozen food, mathri range and cookies. In the six months that ended June 30, 2022, the company sold more than 300 products under the Bikaji brand.

The company was the largest manufacturer of Bikaneri bhujia with an annual production of 29,380 tonnes, and we were the second largest manufacturer of handmade papad with an annual production capacity of 9,000 tonnes in Fiscal 2022. The company has an international footprint, selling Indian snacks and sweets, and is among the fastest-growing companies in the Indian organised snacks market.

The company has over the years established market leadership in the core states of Rajasthan, Assam and Bihar with an extensive reach. It has gradually expanded its footprint across India, with operations across 23 states and three union territories as of June 30, 2022.

Check out Bikaji Foods IPO grey market premium, Kostak rates, and subject to sauda rates as of today.

Bikaji Foods IPO Details:

Issuer Bikaji Foods International Limited
Issue Type Book Built Issue IPO
Issue Period Issue Opens: NOV 3, 2022
Issue Closes: NOV 7, 2022
Price Brand ₹285 to ₹300 Per Share
Issue Size ₹881.22 Cr
Face Value Rs.1 per Equity Share
Market Lot 50 Shares
Maximum Bid amount for Retail ₹195000
QIB 50% of the issue size
NIB 15% of the issue size
Retail Individual Bidders 35% of the issue size
Listing at NSE & BSE
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Equity 29,373,984 Shares

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Bikaji Foods IPO GMP Rates day by day

Bikaji Foods IPO Grey market premium as of today

Date GMP (in INR) Kostak (in INR) Subject to Sauda
16 NOV 2022 ₹ ₹ ₹
15 NOV 2022 ₹18 ₹300 ₹500
14 NOV 2022 ₹20 ₹ ₹
13 NOV 2022 ₹30 ₹300 ₹500
12 NOV 2022 ₹40 ₹300 ₹500
11 NOV 2022 ₹38 ₹ ₹
10 NOV 2022 ₹38 ₹ ₹
09 NOV 2022 ₹35 ₹300 ₹500
08 NOV 2022 ₹13 ₹300 ₹500
07 NOV 2022 ₹20 ₹350 ₹1400
06 NOV 2022 ₹20 ₹350 ₹900
05 NOV 2022 ₹20 ₹350 ₹900
04 NOV 2022 ₹28 ₹350 ₹900
03 NOV 2022 ₹75 ₹400 ₹3200
02 NOV 2022 ₹75 ₹400 ₹3200
01 NOV 2022 ₹70 ₹400 ₹4500
31 OCT 2022 ₹80 ₹400 ₹4000
29 OCT 2022 ₹60 ₹400 ₹4000

Bikaji Foods IPO Market Lot:

Application Lots Shares Amount
Retail (Min) 1 50 ₹15000
Retail (Max) 13 650 ₹195000
S-HNI (Min) 14 700 ₹210000
B-HNI (Min) 67 3350 ₹1005000

Bikaji Foods IPO Allotment & Listing:

Bikaji Foods IPO Opening Date: NOV 03, 2022
Bikaji Foods IPO Closing Date : NOV 07, 2022
Basis of Allotment: NOV 11, 2022
Refunds: NOV 14, 2022
Credit to Demat Account: NOV 15, 2022
Listing Date: NOV 16, 2022

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How to Apply Bikaji Foods IPO through Zerodha?

Log in to Console in Zerodha Website or in Application. Go to Portfolio and Click on IPO. You will see the IPO Name “Bikaji Foods”. Click on Bid Button. Enter your UPI ID, Quantity and Price. Submit IPO Application Form. Now go to your UPI App on Net Banking or BHIM App to Approve the mandate. Open Demat Account with Zerodha.

How to Apply Bikaji Foods IPO through Upstox?

Log in to Upstox Application with your credentials. Select the IPO. You will see the IPO Name “Bikaji Foods”. Click on Bid Button. Confirm your application. Now go to your UPI App on Net Banking or BHIM App to Approve – mandate. Open Demat Account with Upstox.

In case you have not been allotted or for any partial allotment of IPO shares, the blocked amount, if any, will be unblocked/released on or before UPI mandate expiry date. Please reach out to your bank in case funds are not unblocked/released post the mandate expiry date.

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What is Grey Market?

Grey Market is the term used to describe an unregulated over-the-counter market for trading IPO applications and IPO shares before the stock is listed at a stock market. This is a way for dealers to support their customers who may want to exit before listing.

This is also a way to boost the listing price and support the issue before listing happens. There are two kinds of transactions that happen in thee IPO grey market:

  • Trade of IPO shares at a grey market premium
  • Trade of IPO application at a kostak.

What is Grey Market Premium?

GMP or Grey Market Premium is the premium at which equity shares from the IPO are being traded in the grey market.

This could either be a positive or negative – meaning the trading price in the grey market is either higher or lower than issue price respectively, based on demand and supply for the shares.

Typically, investors who do not want to take the risk of allocation not happening through IPO will buy shares in the gray market and hope to flip the shares on listing to make a good profit.

What is Kostak?

Kostak is the premium at which IPO application is being traded in the grey market. Applications are typically traded after the application window is closed but the allotment has not yet been finished.

It is rare for someone to trade IPO application post-allocation. This is a way for investors to increase their chance of shares being allotted as the allocation process treats each retail application equally. An example (indicative) for kostak is:

Example:

IGL Limited
Issue Price: Rs 306 Per Equity Share (Maximum Bid price)
Lot Size: 45
Grey Market Premium: Rs 220 to Rs 230
Kostak (Rs 13770): Rs 680 to Rs 720

This means IGL IPO applications of Rs 13500 are being traded in IPO Grey Market at Rs 695 to Rs 720.

Despite the fact that this IPO’s Grey Market Premium is roughly 75% of the issue price, the ‘Kostak’ is just 5% of the application value.

As can be seen the Kostak is at a much lower %age than GMP. This indicates that the grey market expects the issue to be oversubscribed and expects on an average only one lot to be allocated per application.

Kostak rate is the amount an investor gets by selling his/her IPO application in grey market. This is the amount an investor stands to gain, irrespective of allotment status.

Subject to Sauda simply reflects the amount which an investor stands to get by selling his/her application for firm allotment. The key operative word here is firm allotment. In case of no allotment to the applicant, the sauda stands cancelled.

In case of ‘Subject to Sauda’ deal, while selling IPO application in the grey market, buyer and seller agree that deal is only valid if the seller will get the allotment. If the seller doesn’t get any shares in IPO process, the deal gets avoid.

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