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Paytm Shares Continue To Plunge After Weak Market Debut, Down Nearly 16%


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Paytm Shares Continue To Plunge After Weak Market Debut, Down Nearly 16%

On the BSE index, Paytm touched an intraday low of Rs 1,314.55.

New Delhi: Shares of Paytm fell as a lot as 15.96 per cent of their second day of buying and selling. On Thursday, the digital funds start-up made one of many worst main inventory market debuts in India, as its shares fell greater than 28 per cent after the nation’s largest-ever preliminary public providing (IPO).

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Paytm’s IPO was subscribed 1.89 instances final week.

On the BSE index, the inventory touched an intraday low of Rs 1,314.55.

Analysts have pointed on the agency’s costly valuations as the explanation behind the plunge in its inventory value.

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Several market members noticed the inventory’s efficiency as an indication that traders had develop into disillusioned with a current string of IPOs with inflated valuations.

Paytm is backed by Chinese tycoon Jack Ma’s Ant Group, Japan’s SoftBank, and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, which collectively personal round a 3rd of the corporate.
 

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