Investment Trusts

JPMorgan Japanese Investment Trust


JPMorgan Japanese Investment Trust

  • Price (GBX)390.00
  • Today's Change-2.00 / -0.51%
  • Shares traded81.15k
  • 1 Year change12.88%
  • Beta0.5496
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Total returns on £1000

PriceJPMorgan Japanese (Ordinary Share)+14.71%
NAVJPMorgan Japanese (Ordinary Share)+8.81%
Morningstar's BenchmarkMSCI Japan+18.17%

Key statistics

JPMorgan Japanese Investment Trust (JFJ:LSE) set a new 52-week high during today's trading session when it reached 393.81. Over this period, the share price is up 12.39%.
52-week range
316.00Dec 06 2016393.81Oct 17 2017
Markit short selling activity
Shares outstanding161.25m
Market cap628.90m GBP
Total assets813.90m GBP
Total expense ratio0.74%
Previous close392.00
Average volume73.51k
YTD Change+18.63%
Diluted NAV (est)446.22
Diluted NAV (last pub)444.62
Annual div (ADY)3.65
Annual div yield (ADY)0.93%
Div ex-dateNov 24 2016
Div pay-dateDec 28 2016
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Investor Relations Contact

JPMorgan Asset Management
Client Administration Centre
Finsbury Dials
20 Finsbury Street
London EC2Y 9AQ

UK-based Investor Services Team
Tel: 0800 731 1111 (or +44 20 7742 9995 if calling from outside the UK)
Fax: 0845 246 1852

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