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Monday, October 3, 2011

More than 20 companies cancel their IPOs plans for now

According to a recent report, at least 22 companies, mainly from real estate and power sector, have called off their initial public offers (IPOs) in this fiscal.

SMC Global Securities stated in a report that even after getting approval from market regulator SEBI, these companies could not open their IPOs within the valid period of one year from the date of approval due to the ongoing turmoil in the capital markets. Sterlite Energy, Jindal Power, Avantha Power, Lodha Developers, Ambiance Real Estate, Kumar Urban Developers, Neptune Developers, BPTP and Raheja Universal are some of the companies in the list

The volatile and highly uncertain market conditions have led many companies to defer their IPOs and many other to look for other alternatives of raising funds


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