Galaxy Surfactants IPO date starts today, 29th Jan 2018 and will remain till 31st Jan, 2018. Should you invest in this IPO? Will Galaxy Surfactants share price rise after it is launched?
Here are some insights that will help you to make an informed decision.
UPDATE: Subscribed 1.24 times at the end of Day 2.
UPDATE: Galaxy Surfactants lists at 3% gain.
|Issue Open Dates||29th Jan – 31st Jan 2018|
|Issue Size||Equity Shares of Rs 10|
|Issue Price||Rs 1,470-1,480 per share|
|Market Lot||6,331,674 shares|
|Listing at||BSE, NSE|
|Minimum Bid||10 shares|
Are you an experienced stock market investor? If you are, then you should analyze carefully the details of this company and take a call.
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Galaxy Surfactants India is a company based out of Mumbai, India. It was established in 1986.
It manufactures surfactants and other ingredients commonly used in consumer products.
With this IPO in 2018, Galaxy Surfactants aims to raise a total of Rs 937 crores.
Galaxy Surfactants Limited makes ingredients that can be broadly categorized into categories: home-based products and personal care products.
Galaxy Surfactants makes ingredients that go into making nearly all types of consumer products including but not limited to skin care, hair care, dental care, toiletries, detergent products, and so on.
It is a supplier to nearly all major FMCG companies in India.
It has 7 manufacturing facilities in all. 5 of those facilities are in India and the rest are abroad.
Multiple brokerages maintain a buy rating for Galaxy Surfactants.
The company had tried to raise Rs 200 crore in 2011 but decided to not list on seeing a tepid response from potential investors.
SSJ Finance, Hem Securities, and Centrum Broking are a few brokerages among more that are positive about this IPO.
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