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KP Green Engineering IPO GMP Price

The latest GMP stands at ₹36 as of March 19, 2024, indicating a potential listing price of ₹180. Stay tuned for daily updates on the IPO's GMP, with changes observed between ₹30 and ₹100 over the past 12 sessions.

by Alaguvelan M

Updated Mar 19, 2024

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KP Green Engineering IPO GMP Price

KP Green Engineering IPO GMP Price

The latest update of the KP Green Engineering IPO is on March 19, 2024, at 9.40 AM, it stands at ₹36. If you are curious about the listing price, consider the band price of ₹144.00, valued at be ₹180(that includes capital price and today’s GMP). This suggests a potential gain or loss of 25.00% per share.

The GMP has fluctuated between ₹30 and ₹100, in the past 12 sessions, and it seems to be leaning towards the lower end. Check out for daily updates on KP Green Engineering IPO.

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KP Green Engineering Past Week GMP IPO Trend

GMP Date

IPO Price

GMP

Estimated Listing Price

19-03-2024 Close

144.00

₹36 - GMP No Change

₹180 (25%)

18-03-2024

144.00

₹36 - GMP Down

₹180 (25%)

17-03-2024

144.00

₹38 - GMP No Change

₹182 (26.39%)

16-03-2024

144.00

₹38 - GMP Up

₹182 (26.39%)

15-03-2024 Open

144.00

₹35 - GMP Down

₹179 (24.31%)

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KP Green Engineering Limited IPO Detail

KP Green Engineering IPO is all about raising funds of Rs 189.50 crores. They offering new shares to investors of  131.6 lakh shares.  The subscription period for KP Green Engineering IPO started on March 15, 2024, and ends on 19 March, 2024.

They will be sorting out who gets how many shares on March 20, 2024. The shares are expected to start trading on the BSE SME platform by March 22, 2024.

The Price band of KP Green Engineering IPO for each share is set to ₹137 to ₹144. To buy at least 1000 shares in one go means to invest a minimum of ₹144,000. For High Net Worth Individuals (HNIs), they need to buy at least 2 lots, that is 2000 shares, total ₹288,000.

Specification

Details

IPO Date

March 15, 2024 to March 19, 2024

Price Band

₹137 to ₹144 per share

Fresh Issue

13,160,000 shares

Total Issue Size

13,160,000 shares

(aggregating up to ₹189.50 Cr)

Shareholding Post-Issue

50,000,000

Shareholding Pre-Issue

36,840,000

Market Maker Portion

658,000 shares (Spread X Securities)

Lot Size

1000 Shares

Issue Type

Book Built Issue IPO

Listing At

BSE SME

Listing Date

March 22, 2024

Face Value

₹5 per share

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KP Green Engineering IPO Timeline

KP Green Engineering IPO begins on March 15, 2024, and ends on March 19, 2024.

Event

Date

IPO Open Date

Friday, March 15, 2024

Credit of Shares to Demat

Thursday, March 21, 2024

Listing Date

Friday, March 22, 2024

Initiation of Refunds

Thursday, March 21, 2024

Cut-off time for UPI mandate confirmation

5 PM on March 19, 2024

Basis of Allotment

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

IPO Close Date

Tuesday, March 19, 2024

KP Green Engineering IPO GMP Price - FAQs

1. What is the latest GMP (Grey Market Premium) for KP Green Engineering IPO?

As of March 19, 2024, at 9:40 AM, the GMP stands at ₹36.

2. How is the potential listing price calculated for KP Green Engineering IPO?

Considering the band price of ₹144.00 and today's GMP of ₹36, the estimated listing price is ₹180.

3. What does the GMP suggest about the potential gain or loss per share for KP Green Engineering IPO?

The GMP suggests a potential gain or loss of 25.00% per share.

4. How has the GMP fluctuated over the past 12 sessions for KP Green Engineering IPO?

The GMP has fluctuated between ₹30 and ₹100 over the past 12 sessions, leaning towards the lower end recently.

5. What is the total fund raising goal and number of new shares offered in KP Green Engineering IPO?

KP Green Engineering aims to raise funds of Rs 189.50 crores by offering 131.6 lakh new shares to investors.

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