The stock settled with hefty premium of 37 percent at Rs 342.55 per share on the National Stock Exchange.
The company had a stellar response to its initial public offering, getting oversubscribed 183.03 times.
The Rs 400-crore initial public offering of Capacit'e has oversubscribed 183.03 times.
The online matchmaking services provider listed at its issue price of Rs 985, the higher end of price band.
The company raised Rs 500 crore through the issue that comprised of fresh issue of up to Rs 130 crore and an offer for sale of up to 37.67 lakh equity shares.
The final issue price is fixed at Rs 985, the higher end of price band.
Dixon closed with a premium of 63.73 percent at Rs 2,891.55 on the National Stock Exchange, against issue price of Rs 1,766.
Soon, the stock saw sharp swings, as it fell over a percent in the first few minutes, but has now gained around 4 percent.
Consumer electronics manufacturer Dixon Technologies started off trade at Rs 2,725, up 54 percent over issue price of Rs 1,766.
Dixon Technologies has fixed issue price at Rs 1,766 per share and Bharat Road Network has set it at Rs 205 per share, the higher end of price band.
The Rs 212.10 is the upper circuit level for Apex Frozen fixed by the National Stock Exchange while the lower circuit level is fixed at Rs 191.90.
Apex Frozen is one of the integrated producer and exporter of shelf stable quality aquaculture products.
Cochin Shipyard did not break its issue price due to weak market sentiment but that capped its upside. The day's low was Rs 435 on the National Stock Exchange.
Cochin Shipyard immediately gained momentum further and hit a high of Rs 528.15 in early trade, up more than 22 percent over IPO price.
The stock closed at Rs 757.05 on the National Stock Exchange, down 7.1 percent from its issue price of Rs 815.
The premium of at least Rs 100 could be possible because of overwhelming response received by the issue, analysts feel.
In the pre-opening, the stock settled at Rs 879.80, higher by 8 percent from its issue price.
The price quoted in the grey market is the ‘premium’ over the likely issue price. So when brokers say the IPO is quoting at Rs 85-90 in the grey market, it means that the appetite for the issue is Rs85-90 above the issue price.
The Rs 780-crore public issue, which was opened for subscription between July 31 and August 2, was oversubscribed 7 times.
The bumper listing was on expected lines, given the overwhelming response to public issue and the hefty grey market premium.
AU Small Finance Bank touched an intraday high of Rs 540 and low of Rs 523.70.
Experts feel the stock price is expected to open over Rs 400, given the overwhelming response to the public issue and indication from the grey market premium that is around Rs 75-80.
The stock had a tepid listing as it opened with a loss of more than 1 percent against issue price of Rs 170 on the National Stock Exchange.
The listing price was on expected lines due to tepid response to its public issue and the grey market also indicated gains of Rs 3-5 on debut.