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RIT Capital Partners

RCP:LSE

RIT Capital Partners

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  • Price (GBX)2,350.00
  • Today's Change85.00 / 3.75%
  • Shares traded140.53k
  • 1 Year change-3.69%
  • Beta0.5866
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Total returns on £1000

1Y
Fund/benchmarkChange
PriceRIT Capital Partners (Ordinary Share)-4.81%
NAVRIT Capital Partners (Ordinary Share)+0.13%
Morningstar's Benchmark(RPI +3%) 50.000% + ( MSCI All Country World (ACWI) ex USA USD) 50.000%--

Key statistics

On Friday, RIT Capital Partners (RCP:LSE) closed at 2,350.00, 6.54% above its 52-week low of 2,205.84, set on Mar 07, 2022.
52-week range
Today
2,205.84Mar 07 20222,787.00Nov 15 2021
Markit short selling activity
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Med
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Shares outstanding156.61m
Market cap3.55bn GBP
Total assets4.52bn GBP
Total expense ratio0.72%
High2,370.00
Low2,280.00
Previous close2,265.00
Average volume162.72k
YTD Change-14.55%
Beta0.5866
Diluted NAV (est)2,619.00
Diluted NAV (last pub)2,619.00
Premium/Discount-10.27%
Net Gearing+9.22%
Annual div (ADY)36.13
GBX
Annual div yield (ADY)1.59%
Div ex-dateMar 31 2022
Div pay-dateApr 29 2022
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