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Baillie Gifford Japan Trust PLC

BGFD:LSE

Baillie Gifford Japan Trust PLC

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  • Price (GBX)646.50
  • Today's Change7.25 / 1.13%
  • Shares traded81.88k
  • 1 Year change44.63%
  • Beta0.5841
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of May 26 2017 17:48 BST.
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Total returns on £1000

1Y
Fund/benchmarkChange
PriceBaillie Gifford Japan (Ordinary Share)+42.06%
NAVBaillie Gifford Japan (Ordinary Share)+36.26%
Morningstar's BenchmarkMSCI Japan+15.82%

Key statistics

Baillie Gifford Japan Trust PLC (BGFD:LSE) set a new 52-week high during Friday's trading session when it reached 650.00. Over this period, the share price is up 41.93%.
52-week range
Today
419.70Jun 24 2016650.00May 26 2017
Markit short selling activity
Low
Med
High
Shares outstanding80.98m
Market cap521.60m GBP
Total assets592.00m GBP
Total expense ratio0.88%
High650.00
Low644.00
Previous close639.25
Average volume173.62k
YTD Change+15.45%
Beta0.5841%
Diluted NAV (est)630.11
Diluted NAV (last pub)623.75
Premium/Discount+2.60%
Gearing+116.00%
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Board of Directors

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Nick Bannerman, Chairman

2/5

Martin Barrow CBE, Director

3/5

Paul Dimond CMG, Director

4/5

Martin Paling, Director

5/5

Keith Falconer, Director

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