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Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited

BSIF:LSE

Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited

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  • Price (GBX)124.80
  • Today's Change-0.20 / -0.16%
  • Shares traded192.14k
  • 1 Year change-5.81%
  • Beta0.1940
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Fund/benchmarkChange
PriceBluefield Solar Income Fund Limited (Ordinary Share)--
NAVBluefield Solar Income Fund Limited (Ordinary Share)+5.81%
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Key statistics

On Wednesday, Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited (BSIF:LSE) closed at 124.80, 4.39% above its 52-week low of 119.55, set on Apr 27, 2021.
52-week range
Today
119.55Apr 27 2021138.99Sep 30 2020
Markit short selling activity
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Shares outstanding407.00m
Market cap508.75m GBP
Total assets458.85m GBP
Total expense ratio1.12%
High126.00
Low124.60
Previous close125.00
Average volume374.99k
YTD Change-4.00%
Beta0.1940
Diluted NAV (est)112.77
Diluted NAV (last pub)113.14
Premium/Discount+10.84%
Net Gearing0.00%
Annual div (ADY)8.00
GBX
Annual div yield (ADY)6.40%
Div ex-dateMay 13 2021
Div pay-dateJun 04 2021
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