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Sunday, January 2, 2011

Top Gainers among IPOs in 2010

The year 2010 has seen as many as 65 IPOs hitting the streets with some rewarding the investors handsomely, while some others disappointing with their performance. While Coal India IPO remains a favorite for many Retail Investors due to the sheer absolute gain reaped, here's a look at the top gainers amongst IPOs in 2010 in terms of percentage gain based on a comparison of Issue Price with Market Prices at the close of 2010

1. Jubilant Food Works IPO
Jubilant Foodworks Ltd. tops the list of gainers based on market price at the close of 2010, Jubilant Foodworks Ltd. which runs the Indian franchise for global fast food chain Domino's Pizza, came up with an IPO in January 2010. The IPO was overbid about 31 times and the Issue Price was fixed at Rs.145/- per share. Jubilant Food Works Ltd. has appreciated marvelously since then with current price of Rs.624.60 - a stunning return of about 331% in a period of about 12 Months

2. Thangamayil Jewellery IPO
Thangamayil Jewellery Limited (TJL), the jewellery retailer in Madurai, comes second on the list with current market price of about Rs.168/- as against an Issue Price of Rs.75/- per share, yielding a hefty return of close to 124% over the Issue Price

3. Talwalkars Better Value Fitness IPO
Talwalkars Better Value Fitness Limited, owner of one of the largest fitness chain in India offering a diverse suite of services including gyms, spas, aerobics and health counseling, came up with an IPO in mid-2010 and received an awesome response with the IPO overbid close to 28 times. The stock has witnessed close to 110% appreciation with the stock currently trading at around Rs.270/- as against an Issue Price of Rs.128/- per share

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