Investment Trusts

JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust

JII:LSE

JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust

Actions
  • Price (GBX)703.50
  • Today's Change-2.00 / -0.28%
  • Shares traded131.99k
  • 1 Year change42.09%
  • Beta0.8386
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of May 24 2017 17:15 BST.
More ▼

Total returns on £1000

1Y
Fund/benchmarkChange
PriceJPMorgan Indian (Ordinary Share)+44.41%
NAVJPMorgan Indian (Ordinary Share)+38.27%
Morningstar's BenchmarkMSCI India+24.14%

Key statistics

On Wednesday, JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust (JII:LSE) closed at 703.50, -4.74% below its 52-week high of 738.50, set on May 17, 2017.
52-week range
Today
491.00May 24 2016738.50May 17 2017
Markit short selling activity
Low
Med
High
Shares outstanding105.29m
Market cap742.80m GBP
Total assets879.40m GBP
Total expense ratio1.22%
High710.00
Low703.50
Previous close705.50
Average volume123.58k
YTD Change+18.63%
Beta0.8386%
Diluted NAV (est)775.58
Diluted NAV (last pub)774.00
Premium/Discount-9.29%
Gearing+108.00%
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of May 24 2017 17:15 BST.
More ▼

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

© Thomson Reuters Click for restrictions
All markets data located on FT.com is subject to the FT Terms & Conditions
All content on FT.com is for your general information and use only and is not intended to address your particular requirements. In particular, the content does not constitute any form of advice, recommendation, representation, endorsement or arrangement by FT and is not intended to be relied upon by users in making (or refraining from making) any specific investment or other decisions.
Any information that you receive via FT.com is at best delayed intraday data and not "real time". Share price information may be rounded up/down and therefore not entirely accurate. FT is not responsible for any use of content by you outside its scope as stated in the FT Terms & Conditions.