Good investor response
Stove Craft’s IPO opened on 25 January and closed on 28 January. The issue price for this IPO was Rs 384-385. Lot size 38 shares have been kept in this IPO. That is, you have to invest for at least 38 shares. In the Stove Craft IPO, the reserve position for retail investors was subscribed around 26 times, while for non-institutional investors, the reserve was filled by about 32.72 times. While the Porson kept for qualified institutional buyers is almost 8 times full.
Option 1: From BSE website
For this, first you have to go to the BSE website.
After that the equity box has to be checked.
Then you have to enter the issue name in the dropdown.
After that you have to type your application number in the box.
After that you will have to provide information about your PAN number.
Finally, you have to click on the search button, after which the complete information will be revealed.
Option 2: On the registrar’s website
Link Intime India is the registrar for this issue. For this IPO, one has to go to the registrar’s website.
The website is https://www.linkintime.co.in/IPO/public-issues.html.
Type in the company name in the dropdown.
After this, enter PAN number, application number or depository / client ID in the box
Then enter the captcha and click on the search button.
(Note – If you do allot, then the status will be visible.)
Where will the company use the funds
Of the funds that will come to the company through this IPO, 76 crore rupees will be used to repay the debt and the remaining funds will be spent in corporate needs. The company has set a target of raising Rs 413 crore through it. The company hired Edelweiss Financial Services and JM Financial as the lead managers for the IPO.
Opinion on investment
Experts believe that stove craft has a higher valuation than peer companies. According to brokerage house Angel Broking, the brand value, margin and returns of the company are weak compared to some peer companies. There is still further uncertainty regarding profits, in such a situation there is a neutral rating on the issue. Although the brokerage also says that the company’s margin has improved in the first half of FY 2021 due to cast cutting and some other measures, but there is a concern about how sustainable it is. After COVID-19 once again when the business is normal, the travel cast, advertising expenses will increase again.