Investment Trusts

Henderson International Income Trust

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Henderson International Income Trust

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  • Price (GBX)166.50
  • Today's Change-0.125 / -0.08%
  • Shares traded91.37k
  • 1 Year change16.23%
  • Beta0.7642
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Total returns on £1000

1Y
Fund/benchmarkChange
PriceHenderson International Income (Ordinary Share)+20.89%
NAVHenderson International Income (Ordinary Share)+15.46%
Morningstar's BenchmarkFTSE World+13.42%

Key statistics

Henderson International Income Trust (HINT:LSE) set a new 52-week high during Tuesday's trading session when it reached 167.78. Over this period, the share price is up 16.23%.
52-week range
Today
137.75Dec 02 2016167.78Oct 17 2017
Markit short selling activity
Low
Med
High
Shares outstanding174.68m
Market cap291.60m GBP
Total assets286.20m GBP
Total expense ratio1.02%
High166.00
Low166.00
Previous close166.63
Average volume128.05k
YTD Change+12.69%
Beta0.7642%
Diluted NAV (est)166.24
Diluted NAV (last pub)165.90
Premium/Discount+0.16%
Gearing+100.00%
Annual div (ADY)4.90
GBX
Annual div yield (ADY)2.94%
Div ex-dateJul 27 2017
Div pay-dateAug 31 2017
Next div ex-dateOct 26 2017
Next div pay-dateNov 30 2017
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