|Bid||3,382.00 x 0|
|Ask||3,382.00 x 0|
|Day's range||3,380.00 - 3,421.00|
|52-week range||2,508.00 - 3,465.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.16|
|PE ratio (TTM)||20.32|
|Earnings date||05 Mar 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.14 (3.37%)|
|Ex-dividend date||22 Aug 2019|
|1y target est||3,276.00|
Antler is a "company builder" that emerged a couple of years ago, running startup generator programs and investing from an early stage, bringing a heady mix of technologists, product builders and operators together with its own technology stack. Now, plenty of "company builders" have come and gone. It has made more than 120 investments across a wide range of companies, with several going on to raise later-stage funding from the likes of Sequoia, Golden Gate Ventures, East Ventures, Venturra Capital and the Hustle Fund.
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Iran's missile attack on U.S. army bases in Iraq overnight sent gold blasting above $1,600 an ounce, boosted the Japanese yen by almost 1% and oil by $3 a barrel. It was the second volte face in under a week following a similar pattern of events after the U.S. killing of top Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani on Friday. Welcome to the brave new world where it appears that little short of full-fledged world war between nuclear-armed powers would be required to have a durable impact on financial markets.
British asset manager Schroders is restructuring its business to put more emphasis on growth areas such as private assets and wealth management, it said on Wednesday, in a move that will lead to job cuts. Managers who make active investment decisions have been struggling to outperform markets in recent years, heaping pressure on them to lower their fees as more investors opt for cheaper, index-tracking funds. Schroders said in a statement it was "realigning our resources...to continue investing where we see strategic growth opportunities," adding that it had also "undertaken a targeted restructuring of teams".
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Shares in Woodford Patient Capital Trust, founded by veteran money manager Neil Woodford, dropped as much as 7% on Monday after the fund cut the valuation of one of its major holdings. WPCT last month named asset manager Schroders to manage its portfolio after the abrupt exit of Woodford following the winding up of his flagship equity income fund. WPCT's net asset value will drop by 4.3 pence following the downward valuation of IH Holdings, a unit of cold fusion technology firm Industrial Heat, as well as the upward valuation of another unnamed company, the fund said in a statement.
Woodford Patient Capital Trust (WPCT) named asset manager Schroders to manage its portfolio on Thursday after last week's abrupt exit of its founder Neil Woodford. Woodford, one of Britain's most high-profile fund managers, resigned as he shut his business after administrators closed his flagship equity income fund.
The appointment of the new manager for the Woodford Patient Capital Trust follows the implosion of Neil Woodford's investment empire last week.
* FTSE 100 up 0.9%, FTSE 250 down 0.1% * AstraZeneca biggest boost to main index * RBS slides after reporting Q3 loss * EU decision on Brexit extension awaited (Adds company news, updates share moves) By Muvija M and Shashwat Awasthi Oct 24 (Reuters) - London's exporter-heavy FTSE 100 jumped along with its European counterparts on strong French manufacturing data, while a sharp rise for AstraZeneca after a 2019 forecast upgrade and a slide in sterling amid Brexit woes also lent support. A sell-off in the pound ahead of the European Union's decision on whether to grant Britain another Brexit extension and amid risks of a possible general election led the domestically focussed FTSE 250 0.1% lower.
Woodford Patient Capital Trust (WPCT) named asset manager Schroders to manage its portfolio on Thursday after last week's abrupt exit of its founder Neil Woodford. Woodford, one of Britain's most high-profile fund managers, resigned as he shut his business after administrators closed his flagship equity income fund. It will be renamed Schroder UK Public Private Trust when Schroders takes over the management of the assets, expected by the end of the year, and the new management team will stick to WPCT's existing strategy of investing largely in unlisted firms.
British money manager Schroders said on Tuesday that assets under management at the end of September were 450.8 billion pounds ($569.23 billion), up from 407.2 billion pounds at the start of the year. The growth was driven by an increase in assets across its asset management and wealth management units and marks a 1.4% increase from the end of the June period.