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Antony Waste: Analysts expect stock to list at 31-38% premium to IPO price

Antony Waste is the second-largest player in the domestic municipal solid waste (MSW) management sector with a market share of around 9 per cent as of FY20.

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Saloni Goel  |  New Delhi 

Following the sharp run-up, returns are expected to plateau.
Antony Waste may invite tepid response from investors and not match up to the stellar listing gains given by Burger King and Mrs Bectors.

is expected to make a decent debut on the exchanges on Friday, January 1, riding on the underlying bullish sentiment in the market but may fail to match up to the euphoria witnessed by some of its predecessors such as Burger King India or Mrs Bectors Food.



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First Published: Thu, December 31 2020. 13:14 IST