Investment Trusts

JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust

JII:LSE

JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust

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  • Price (GBX)670.00
  • Today's Change3.50 / 0.53%
  • Shares traded131.85k
  • 1 Year change50.94%
  • Beta0.9113
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Total returns on £1000

1Y
Fund/benchmarkChange
PriceJPMorgan Indian (Ordinary Share)+46.85%
NAVJPMorgan Indian (Ordinary Share)+39.24%
Morningstar's BenchmarkMSCI India+20.86%

Key statistics

On Tuesday, JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust (JII:LSE) closed at 670.00, -4.01% below its 52-week high of 698.00, set on Oct 25, 2016.
52-week range
Today
440.00Feb 23 2016698.00Oct 25 2016
Markit short selling activity
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Med
High
Shares outstanding105.29m
Market cap695.40m GBP
Total assets844.20m GBP
Total expense ratio1.22%
High674.00
Low664.50
Previous close666.50
Average volume114.40k
YTD Change+12.98%
Beta0.9113%
Diluted NAV (est)742.16
Diluted NAV (last pub)736.46
Premium/Discount-10.20%
Gearing+108.00%
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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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