Investment Trusts

TR Property Investment Trust

TRY:LSE

TR Property Investment Trust

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  • Price (GBX)302.50
  • Today's Change1.60 / 0.53%
  • Shares traded389.77k
  • 1 Year change11.01%
  • Beta0.9506
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Total returns on £1000

1Y
Fund/benchmarkChange
PriceTR Property (Ordinary Share)+11.67%
NAVTR Property (Ordinary Share)+16.12%
Morningstar's BenchmarkMSCI ACWI/REAL ESTATE+12.63%

Key statistics

On Friday, TR Property Investment Trust (TRY:LSE) closed at 302.50, -6.35% below its 52-week high of 323.00, set on Oct 04, 2016.
52-week range
Today
241.70Jun 27 2016323.00Oct 04 2016
Markit short selling activity
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Shares outstanding317.35m
Market cap961.60m GBP
Total assets1.28bn GBP
Total expense ratio0.80%
High303.50
Low300.10
Previous close300.90
Average volume633.88k
YTD Change+1.27%
Beta0.9506%
Diluted NAV (est)347.05
Diluted NAV (last pub)347.30
Premium/Discount-12.84%
Gearing+117.00%
Annual div (ADY)9.30 GBX
Annual div yield (ADY)3.07%
Div ex-dateDec 01 2016
Div pay-dateJan 03 2017
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Board of Directors

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Hugh Seaborn, Chairman

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David Watson, Chairman of the Audit committee

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Simon Marrison

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Suzie Procter

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John Glen

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