Newly listed companies dumped Rs 2 lakh crore of investors, who gave the biggest blow?

These loss-making companies are One 97 Communications ie Paytm, FSN E-Commerce ie Naeca, Zomato, Policy Bazaar, Cartrade and Delhivery.

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Updated on: Nov 26, 2022, 11:49 AM IST

Over-reliance on IPOs, which became a guarantee of high earnings last year, is costing investors a lot. The situation is that a huge amount of investors have sunk in the newly listed companies. According to a Moneycontrol news, due to the decline in 6 new companies listed after the IPO, the market value of investors’ investment has decreased by more than Rs 2 lakh crore. These loss-making companies are One 97 Communications ie Paytm, FSN E-Commerce ie Naeca, Zomato, Policy Bazaar, Cartrade and Delhivery. Know how much the investors lost.

Investors have suffered the most in Paytm's stock.  Since the listing, the value of investors' investment in the company has reduced by Rs 66,000 crore.  The stock is currently trading below 500 against the issue price of 2150.

Investors have suffered the most in Paytm’s stock. Since the listing, the value of investors’ investment in the company has reduced by Rs 66,000 crore. The stock is currently trading below 500 against the issue price of 2150.

Investors in FSN E-Commerce Ventures, owner of the Naeca brand, have lost half of the amount invested at the time of their issue.  This figure of the amount sinking in the market value is more than 50 thousand crore rupees.

Investors in FSN E-Commerce Ventures, owner of the Naeca brand, have lost half of the amount invested at the time of their issue. This figure of the amount sinking in the market value is more than 50 thousand crore rupees.

Investors have also lost a lot of money in Zomato.  Since the listing, the market cap of the company has sunk by more than Rs 40,000 crore.  The stock has seen a decline of up to 60 percent from its upper levels.

Investors have also lost a lot of money in Zomato. Since the listing, the market cap of the company has sunk by more than Rs 40,000 crore. The stock has seen a decline of up to 60 percent from its upper levels.

Apart from this, investors have also suffered significant losses in Policy Bazar, Delhivery and Car Trade.  In all the three shares, the investors in the stock have lost 30 to 50 percent of their amount.

Apart from this, investors have also suffered significant losses in Policy Bazar, Delhivery and Car Trade. In all the three shares, the investors in the stock have lost 30 to 50 percent of their amount.


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