Yatra Online IPO Day 2: Check GMP, Subscription Status; Should You Invest?

Yatra Online IPO has been subscribed 11 per cent till afternoon on Monday, receiving bids for 33,83,625 shares as against the total of 3,09,42,356 shares on offer

Yatra Online IPO Day 2: The initial public offering of travel services provider Yatra Online, which opened on September 15, has so far been subscribed 11 per cent. This is the second day of bidding, and the IPO will close on September 20. September 19 is a market holiday on account of Ganesh Chaturthi.

As of 12 pm on Monday, Yatra Online IPO has been subscribed 11 per cent, receiving bids for 33,83,625 shares as against the total of 3,09,42,356 shares on offer.

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Yatra Online IPO Key Dates, Price

Yatra IPO has opened on Friday (September 15) and closes on Wednesday (September 20). The IPO allotment will take place on September 25. The shares will be listed on BSE and NSE on September 29.

The price band for the IPO has been fixed at Rs 135-142 per share. Investors need to apply for at least a lot comprising 105 shares. The Rs 775-crore IPO comprises both fresh fresh issue of shares worth Rs 602 crore and an offer-for-sale of Rs 173 crore.

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Yatra Online IPO GMP Today

According to market observers, the grey market premium of Yatra Online remains zero. It means the grey market is expecting no listing gain from the public issue. Importantly, GMP of unlisted shares keep changing based on the sentiments in the market.

‘Grey market premium’ indicates investors’ readiness to pay more than the issue price.

Yatra IPO Investor Quota

Out of the total 5,45,77,464 shares on offer, 45 per cent were earmarked for anchor investors, 30 per cent for qualified institutional buyers, 15 per cent for non-institutional investors, and 10 per cent for retail investors.

Yatra IPO: Should You Invest?

Giving ‘Subscribe- Long Term’ rating to the IPO, brokerage Anand Rathi in a note said, “We believe that for Yatra, there is a scope of business improvement on the back of industry tailwinds, brand recall and business scalability, resulting in expansion of EBITDA margin from here on.”

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It added that at an upper band, the company is valued at P/E of 219x while on market-cap/sales it is valued at 5.8x post issue of equity shares, compare to its peer (Easy trip planners – 15.7x) on FY23 basis.

Another brokerage BP Equities also gave ‘Subscribe’ rating to Yatra Online IPO. In its note, it said, “With the growth in the tourism industry, we expect the online travel market share (OTA) to increase faster than captive players, improving the company’s profitability. With the company posting profits in FY23 and strong revenue growth in the past, we remain positive on the company from a medium to long-term perspective. We, therefore, recommend an SUBSCRIBE rating for the issue.”

It also said that being one of the key players, Yatra Online is well-positioned to capture a significant share of growth in the tourism industry in India, owing to its longstanding relationship with both B2B and B2C customers. This enables the company to target India’s most frequent and high-spending travellers and educated urban consumers.

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