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Right Issues - NSE/BSE

A public company that wants to raise capital can opt for a Public Issue or a Rights Issue. Oftentimes they opt for latter, followed by former. In a rights issue, existing shareholders have the right to buy a specified number of new shares of the firm at a specified price within a specified time. Usually this price is below market price. The idea is to reward existing shareholders with an investment opportunity, which is perceived to be attractive.

Long-term investors can purchase additional shares in right issue at lower than current market price and hold the stocks.

From short-term investment prospective, one can sell the rights entitlement.

Alternatively, the rights may be allowed to lapse.

If a company is not in growth phase, rights issue tends to lower earnings per share and dividend yield. In such a scenario, offering rights (or public issue, for that matter) may not be a prudent course of action.

Company Name Premium Ratio Book Closures Date Ex Right Date Details
OASIS SEC. 22 26/Apr/1996 02/Apr/1996 Details?
OCL INDIA 118 05/Sep/2006 29/Aug/2006 Details?
ODISSI SECURITIE 40 15/Jan/1997 16/Dec/1996 Details?
OLYMPIC MANAGEM 3 25/Mar/1996 19/Feb/1996 Details?
OMAX AUTOS 0 28/Sep/1998 16/Sep/1998 Details?
OPAL INDUSTRIES 5 26/Apr/1995 30/Apr/1995 Details?
ORBIT EXPORTS 0 20/Sep/2007 13/Sep/2007 Details?
ORCHID CHEMICALS 30 01/Feb/1995 06/Jan/1995 Details?
ORIENT PAPER 350 15/Jun/2007 08/Jun/2007 Details?
ORIGIN AGRO. 35 16/Jun/1995 22/May/1995 Details?
ORISSA INDS. 0 31/Jan/1995 06/Jan/1995 Details?
OSHO CERAMICS 0 28/Aug/1995 06/Nov/1995 Details?
OUDH SUGAR MILLS 0 02/Jul/2008 24/Jun/2008 Details?

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