1. Many times we read in newspapers that a company is planning to bring public issue. What does it mean ? Shares of the company will be issued only through public sector organizations like banks/central financial institutions etc. Shares of the company will be issued to general public only through primary market. This means some stakeholders/promoters are willing to leave the company. Hence, they wish to sell their stock to the general public.






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