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AN OVERVIEW OF UNDERPRICING OF INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS

    2 Author(s):  KAMAL KUMAR,DR. RAVINDRA KUMAR KATEWA

Vol -  11, Issue- 12 ,         Page(s) : 200 - 204  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

The idea of a firm's going public and profitability plays the most important role in investment decisions in the field of finance. Consequently, any firm's goal is to retain its core activities and to keep stakeholders successful over time (specifically to shareholders). A growing company requires capital to invest, and it can be created from different sources like the equity, external equity, debt or other types. In addition to shareholders' capital and income, companies typically raise money out of the market by various means, including private sector investment, venture capital, loan and the issuance of debt.

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