Investment Trusts

Perpetual Income and Growth Investment Trust Plc

PLI:LSE

Perpetual Income and Growth Investment Trust Plc

Actions
  • Price (GBX)231.00
  • Today's Change1.00 / 0.43%
  • Shares traded326.59k
  • 1 Year change-20.75%
  • Beta1.2448
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Total returns on £1000

1Y
Fund/benchmarkChange
PricePerpetual Income and Growth Investment Trust Plc (Ordinary Share)+12.14%
NAVPerpetual Income and Growth Investment Trust Plc (Ordinary Share)+7.08%
Morningstar's BenchmarkFTSE AllSh TR GBP+2.98%

Key statistics

On Monday, Perpetual Income and Growth Investment Trust Plc (PLI:LSE) closed at 231.00, 46.94% above the 52 week low of 157.20 set on Mar 23, 2020.
52-week range
Today
157.20Mar 23 2020342.00Jan 02 2020
Markit short selling activity
Low
Med
High
Shares outstanding213.85m
Market cap491.86m GBP
Total assets629.62m GBP
Total expense ratio0.73%
High232.50
Low229.00
Previous close230.00
Average volume406.16k
YTD Change-31.04%
Beta1.2448%
Diluted NAV (est)258.63
Diluted NAV (last pub)255.08
Premium/Discount-11.74%
Gearing+15.24%
Annual div (ADY)15.00
GBX
Annual div yield (ADY)6.52%
Div ex-dateJun 04 2020
Div pay-dateJun 30 2020
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