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List of Current and Listed IPOs

Current IPO List 2022 Company NameIssue DatePrice RangeIPO SizeMin. InvestmentUniparts India Limited30th Nov - 2nd Dec 2022Rs. 548 - Rs. 577Rs. 835.61 CrRs. 13,700 Closed IPO Company Name Issue Dates Listing on Issue Price Issue SizeDharmaj Crop Guard Limited28th Nov...

capital expenditure

Capital Expenditure

What is Capital Expenditure? Capital expenditure refers to the expenditure done by a business to acquire, upgrade, or maintain long-term assets to increase productivity or capacity. Long-term assets consist of tangible, immovable, non-consumable assets with a useful life of more...

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Revenue Expenditure

What is Revenue Expenditure? Revenue expenditure refers to the funds spent by a company to maintain the regular functioning of the system. It does not boost the profit-generating capacity of a company. It is the total cost incurred by a company...

swaps in derivatives

Swaps in Derivatives

What are Swaps in Derivatives? Swaps in derivatives is a contract or agreement between two parties where they can exchange liabilities or cash flows from two different financial instruments. Most swaps involve cash flows based on a notional principal amount...

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What are Multibagger Stocks?

What are Multibagger Stocks? Coined by Peter Lynch in his book ‘One Up On Wallstreet’, multibagger stocks refer to stocks that return several times the initial acquisition cost within a short period. In other words, multibagger stocks give more than...

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Interest Rate Swap

What is Interest Rate Swap? An interest rate swap (IRS) is a type of derivative contract where the two counterparties agree to exchange one stream of future interest payments for another based on the specific principal amount. Generally, these contracts...

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Difference Between Future and Forward Contract

Derivatives trading involves a contract between parties to buy and sell assets at a given price and at a specific time. Companies and investors mainly use derivative contracts to hedge against risks or speculation. Futures and forwards are an example...

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Stock Market Basics

What is a Stock Market? A stock market is a marketplace where buyers and sellers transact in securities of publicly listed companies. The securities that trade in the stock market are equity shares, bonds, derivatives, commodities, etc. The trading of...