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Jupiter Fund Management PLC (JUP.L)

JUP.L on London Stock Exchange

484.00GBp
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Change (% chg)

1.10 (+0.23%)
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482.90
Open
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Volume
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JUP.L

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About

Jupiter Fund Management plc is a fund manager. The principal activity of the Company is to act as a holding company for a group of investment management companies. The Company focuses primarily on managing equity investments on behalf of retail, institutional and private client investors across a range of products, including the... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.46
Market Cap(Mil.): £2,210.23
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 457.70
Dividend: 10.20
Yield (%): --

Financials

  JUP.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 16.29 2,712.06 31.01
EPS (TTM): 0.30 -- --
ROI: 22.13 6.16 0.41
ROE: 22.47 11.12 15.59

UPDATE 2-Jupiter sees Q1 asset boost from investment gains, inflows

* Shares up 3.4 pct, leading FTSE mid-cap gainers (Adds analyst quote, share reaction, background)

Apr 26 2017

UPDATE 2-Jupiter's full-year profits hit by rising costs

* Shares fall as much as 5 pct, biggest mid-cap faller (Adds detail, CEO quote, analyst quote, share price)

Feb 24 2017

Jupiter posts 4 pct rise in FY pretax profit, to pay special dividend

LONDON, Feb 24 Jupiter Fund Management on Friday posted a 4 percent rise in full-year pretax profit to 171.4 million pounds ($215.19 million), as an inflow of new money boosted its fee income.

Feb 24 2017

UPDATE 1-Jupiter sees Q4 outflows but grows full-year assets

* FY inflows 859 mln stg; year-end assets up 13 pct (Adds detail from statement, CEO quote, bullet points)

Jan 12 2017

Jupiter says hit by Q4 outflows

LONDON, Jan 12 Jupiter Fund Management said on Thursday clients pulled 373 million pounds ($456.44 million) from its funds during the fourth quarter, with withdrawals largely by institutional investors exiting its European and multi-manager strategies.

Jan 12 2017

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