Investment Trusts

JPMorgan US Smaller Companies Investment Trust

JUSC:LSE

JPMorgan US Smaller Companies Investment Trust

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  • Price (GBX)284.50
  • Today's Change-3.00 / -1.04%
  • Shares traded88.54k
  • 1 Year change60.17%
  • Beta0.8415
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Total returns on £1000

1Y
Fund/benchmarkChange
PriceJPMorgan US Smaller Companies (Ordinary Share)+63.12%
NAVJPMorgan US Smaller Companies (Ordinary Share)+42.76%
Morningstar's BenchmarkRussell 2000 (NET)+42.30%

Key statistics

On Friday, JPMorgan US Smaller Companies Investment Trust (JUSC:LSE) closed at 284.50, -2.74% below its 52-week high of 292.50, set on Jun 19, 2017.
52-week range
Today
163.00Jun 24 2016292.50Jun 19 2017
Markit short selling activity
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Med
High
Shares outstanding56.27m
Market cap161.80m GBP
Total assets176.60m GBP
Total expense ratio1.47%
High287.00
Low283.00
Previous close287.50
Average volume180.71k
YTD Change+0.89%
Beta0.8415%
Diluted NAV (est)285.93
Diluted NAV (last pub)287.06
Premium/Discount-0.50%
Gearing+110.00%
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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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