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MCX initial share sale biggest gainer on debut

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With its shares skyrocketing 26 per cent on debut trade, country's largest commodity bourse remains the most successful initial public offering so far this year amid turbulent market conditions. Of the five companies that entered the stock market in 2012, just two — MCX and education services firm — managed to close with gains on the first day of trading.

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MCX initial share sale biggest gainer on debut

With its shares skyrocketing 26 per cent on debut trade, country's largest commodity bourse MCX remains the most successful initial public offering so far this year amid turbulent market conditions. Of the five companies that entered the stock market in 2012, just two — MCX and education services firm MT Educare — managed to close with gains on the first day of trading.

With its shares skyrocketing 26 per cent on debut trade, country's largest commodity bourse remains the most successful initial public offering so far this year amid turbulent market conditions. Of the five companies that entered the stock market in 2012, just two — MCX and education services firm — managed to close with gains on the first day of trading.

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