Investment Trusts

Pacific Assets Trust

PAC:LSE

Pacific Assets Trust

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  • Price (GBX)277.00
  • Today's Change-6.00 / -2.12%
  • Shares traded41.23k
  • 1 Year change0.18%
  • Beta0.7476
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Total returns on £1000

1Y
Fund/benchmarkChange
PricePacific Assets (Ordinary Share)+7.69%
NAVPacific Assets (Ordinary Share)+6.41%
Morningstar's BenchmarkMSCI AC Asia ex Japan+11.70%

Key statistics

On Tuesday, Pacific Assets Trust (PAC:LSE) closed at 277.00, 2.50% above its 52-week low of 270.25, set on Jan 14, 2019.
52-week range
Today
270.25Jan 14 2019313.67Jun 20 2019
Markit short selling activity
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Med
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Shares outstanding120.96m
Market cap358.00m GBP
Total assets351.90m GBP
Total expense ratio1.21%
High280.00
Low277.00
Previous close283.00
Average volume211.14k
YTD Change-1.95%
Beta0.7476%
Diluted NAV (est)294.03
Diluted NAV (last pub)292.98
Premium/Discount+0.09%
Gearing0.00%
Annual div (ADY)3.00
GBX
Annual div yield (ADY)1.06%
Div ex-dateMay 30 2019
Div pay-dateJul 04 2019
Data delayed at least 20 minutes, as of Dec 10 2019 16:35 GMT.
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Board of Directors

1/5

James Williams, Chairman

2/5

Charlotta Ginman, FCA

3/5

Sian Hansen

4/5

Terence Mahony

5/5

Robert Talbut

Contact

Registered Office:
16 Charlotte Square
Edinburgh
EH2 4DF

W: www.pacific-assets.co.uk
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