Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust TEMIT


Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust TEMIT

  • Price (GBX)713.00
  • Today's Change-6.00 / -0.83%
  • Shares traded195.84k
  • 1 Year change-3.97%
  • Beta0.9936
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In millions of GBP
(except for per share items)
Fiscal data as of Mar 31 2019201920182017
Net income28259704
Non-Cash items9.57(224)(682)
Cash taxes paid, supplemental5.846.384.30
Cash interest paid, supplemental3.694.070.08
Changes in working capital(3.88)(11)(4.55)
Total cash from operations332418
Capital expenditures------
Other investing and cash flow items, total196180.59
Total cash from investing196180.59
Financing cash flow items(3.69)(4.07)(0.08)
Total cash dividends paid(53)(23)(24)
Issuance (retirement) of stock, net(148)(73)(90)
Issuance (retirement) of debt, net(20)6183
Total cash from financing(224)(39)(31)
Foreign exchange effects------
Net change in cash5.372.58(12)
Net cash-begin balance/reserved for future use686577
Net cash-end balance/reserved for future use736865
Depreciation, supplemental------
Cash interest paid, supplemental3.694.070.08
Cash taxes paid, supplemental5.846.384.30
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