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Jupiter Fund Management Plc (JUP.L)

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141.10+3.50 (+2.54%)
At close: 05:19PM BST
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Previous close137.60
Open134.90
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range134.90 - 142.40
52-week range132.70 - 300.00
Volume1,516,350
Avg. volume1,453,606
Market cap780.424M
Beta (5Y monthly)1.42
PE ratio (TTM)6.36
EPS (TTM)22.20
Earnings date24 Feb 2022 - 28 Feb 2022
Forward dividend & yield0.17 (10.02%)
Ex-dividend date21 Apr 2022
1y target est207.50
  • Bloomberg

    Jupiter CEO Quits $68 Billion Firm to Sit at the Beach and ‘Do Nothing’

    (Bloomberg) -- Andrew Formica, the chief executive officer of Jupiter Fund Management Plc, suddenly announced he’s leaving the £55.3 billion ($67.9 billion) asset manager he joined in 2019.Most Read from BloombergRussia Slips Into Historic Default as Sanctions Muddy Next StepsMichael Burry of ‘The Big Short’ Fame Warns Fed May Alter CourseAnti-Abortion Centers Find Pregnant Teens Online, Then Save Their DataChina Cuts Travel Quarantine in Biggest Covid Zero Shift YetA $2 Trillion Free-Fall Rattl

  • Reuters

    Incoming Jupiter boss pledges to maintain focus on international growth

    Jupiter Fund Management's incoming chief Matthew Beesley pledged on Tuesday to maintain its focus on overseas growth even as it grapples with outflows and challenging markets, after his predecessor announced his departure earlier in the day. The British fund manager said on Tuesday Andrew Formica would leave after just over three years as chief executive and be replaced by investment chief Beesley. Jupiter said Formica, 51, would step down at the start of October and relocate back to Australia, though he will remain with the group until the end of June 2023.

  • Simply Wall St.

    Investors in Jupiter Fund Management (LON:JUP) have unfortunately lost 49% over the last five years

    For many, the main point of investing is to generate higher returns than the overall market. But every investor is...