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IRCTC IPO subscribed 3.25 times on Day 2

by TradingETFs.com
NEW DELHI: The initial public offer (IPO) by state-run IRCTC was subscribed 3.25 times on Day 2 of the bidding process.

By 5 pm, the issue received bids for 6,54,95,400 shares against the issue size of 2,01,60,000 shares. The retail quota was subscribed over 6 times. The quota limits of the company employees, qualified institutional buyers and non institutional investors were also fully subscribed.

IRCTC has set IPO has a price band of Rs 315-320 per share. At the upper price band, the stock is available at P/E multiple of 18.8 times to its FY19 EPS of Rs 17.

The issue is an offer for sale and is a part of the government’s divestment process.

IRCTC operates a website, www.irctc.co.in, with transaction volume averaging 15 to 18 million transactions per month in the three months ended June 30. At present, it operates in four business segments, namely, internet ticketing, catering, packaged drinking water under the “Rail Neer” brand, and travel and tourism.

The inclusion of a convenience fee on railway tickets, setting up of 10 water plants in the next two years and the recent tax reduction of corporate tax bodes well for EPS growth, said ICICIdirect in a note.

“Coupled with healthy dividend payout (45 per cent in FY19) and RoE (26.1 per cent), we recommend subscribe rating to the issue at the offer price. Further, at the IPO price band, the stock is available at a price to earnings multiple of 10 times FY21E EPS, which we believe looks attractive from the perspective of future earnings growth,” the brokerage said.

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Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) will launch its initial public offering (IPO) IPO on September 30, 2019 with a plan to raise up to Rs 645 crore. The IPO has a price band of Rs 315-320 per equity share with 2.01 crore shares on sale. The firm was incorporated on September 27, 1999.

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