Jpmorgan Euro Small Dividends - JESC

Jpmorgan Euro Small Dividends - JESC

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Jpmorgan Euro Small Co. Trust Plc JESC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 499.00 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
499.00
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Jpmorgan Euro Small JESC Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
16/06/2021FinalGBX5.531/03/202031/03/202124/06/202125/06/202130/07/20216.7
10/12/2020InterimGBX1.230/03/202030/09/202017/12/202018/12/202022/01/20210
12/06/2020FinalGBX5.531/03/201931/03/202025/06/202026/06/202031/07/20206.7
04/12/2019InterimGBX1.230/03/201930/09/201912/12/201913/12/201917/01/20200
05/06/2019FinalGBX5.531/03/201831/03/201913/06/201914/06/201918/07/20196.7
06/12/2018InterimGBX1.230/03/201830/09/201813/12/201814/12/201818/01/20190
06/06/2018FinalGBX5.531/03/201731/03/201814/06/201815/06/201818/07/20186.7
12/12/2017InterimGBX1.230/03/201730/09/201721/12/201722/12/201719/01/20180
02/06/2017FinalGBX3.531/03/201631/03/201715/06/201716/06/201718/07/20174.7
24/11/2016InterimGBX1.230/03/201630/09/201601/12/201602/12/201604/01/20170
24/05/2016FinalGBX231/03/201531/03/201602/06/201603/06/201607/07/20163.2
23/11/2015InterimGBX1.231/03/201531/03/201617/12/201518/12/201515/01/20160
26/05/2015FinalGBX231/03/201431/03/201504/06/201505/06/201515/07/20153.2
25/11/2014InterimGBX1.231/03/201431/03/201518/12/201419/12/201414/01/20150
23/05/2014FinalGBX8.531/03/201331/03/201404/06/201406/06/201415/07/201414.5
26/11/2013InterimGBX631/03/201331/03/201418/12/201320/12/201315/01/20140
31/05/2013FinalGBX1031/03/201231/03/201331/07/201302/08/201330/08/201316
28/11/2012InterimGBX631/03/201231/03/201319/12/201221/12/201216/01/20130
12/06/2012FinalGBX531/03/201131/03/201201/08/201203/08/201231/08/201211
29/11/2011InterimGBX631/03/201131/03/201221/12/201123/12/201116/01/20120
01/06/2011FinalGBX431/03/201031/03/201115/06/201117/06/201113/07/20114

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
30/12/2020
10:18
quepassa: Against a tough market year, JPM Smaller European Investment Trust (ticker: JESC)has done well and has significantly outperformed its benchmark this year. Share price 31/12/19 - 384p Today 480p Gross Assets now circa £900 million, making it an increasingly large fund which should attract significantly more institutional interest going forward. The large and somewhat unmerited 12% Discount to NAV is ready for compression to the lower discount levels of a couple of percent typically found with well-performing Trusts around the £1 billion size and higher. With a Brexit deal now signed, political risk has been radically diminished which will see the rapid and wholesale return of international investors to the European markets. It would not surprise me if JESC does particularly will in 2021 buoyed in four ways by a rising market, a likeley outperformance of European smaller companies sector, a major return of international investors and a significant narrowing of discount to NAV. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
09/8/2019
09:55
robow: very quiet here but the share price has done well of late. Questor in the Daily Telegraph is a fan Questor investment trust bargain: JPMorgan European Smaller Companies’ experienced management team is adept at ‘kicking the tyres’ of the continent’s smaller stocks British investors have been pulling their money out of Europe in recent months – and Questor has been no exception. While savers withdrew £2bn from European funds in the first five months of 2019, according to the Investment Association, the trade body for open-ended funds, this column has advised readers to sell two investment trusts focused on the continent: TR European Growth in November last year and Jupiter European Opportunities in March. In the former case our misgivings related to the economic outlook; in the latter to the fund’s very large holdings in particular stocks. This has left our portfolio of investment trusts with minimal exposure to the continent at a time when many professional investors think pessimism about the European economy has become overdone and much of any downturn is already “in the price”. “Europe is clearly out of favour and overlooked,” said Peter Walls, manager of the Unicorn Mastertrust, an open-ended fund that holds investment trusts. “It’s a recognised fact that there are some exciting businesses in Europe whose shares are trading at undemanding valuations – valuations that look attractive when compared with American equivalents and long-term averages.” He added: “The tendency in Britain is to think that Europe is not good at producing innovative businesses but this is not the case – it’s just that there aren’t many with the exposure of, say, Google.” One investment trust that puts a lot of its money into what Mr Walls called “Europe’s innovators and disrupters” is JPMorgan European Smaller Companies, a holding in his fund. “About two-thirds of that trust is invested in businesses that I would call cutting edge,” he said. Examples include Altran Technologies, an engineering and research consultancy listed in Paris, Ingenico, another French firm that specialises in secure payments, and Stockholm-listed Husqvarna, whose products include robotic lawnmowers. He said the portfolio was well diversified, with about 80 holdings, and had particular exposure to Holland, Switzerland and Sweden. Francesco Conte, the co-manager, has been with the trust for 21 years, while Edward Greaves joined him three years ago. “They are people I trust,” Mr Walls said. “They do a lot of kicking of tyres when they visit companies.” Investors must expect higher volatility from smaller companies, not to mention extra ups and downs as sterling is buffeted during the Brexit end game. But Mr Walls said this was balanced by the well-established tendency for smaller companies to outperform larger ones. “You have bigger ups and downs in smaller stocks,” he said. “There is more risk, so we should expect better returns, but you have to be prepared to hold for the long term.” Questor says: buy Ticker: JESC Share price at close: 368p
23/6/2017
06:53
quepassa: Up an amazing 30% so far this year. And going strong. Europe political scene has been significantly "de-risked" with Macron being elected and major fund flows have been pouring into European stocks. A very positive outlook for JESC and small-cap Europe looks set to benefit significantly. An excellent new piece of work by Edison research dated 22/6; hXXp://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/jpmorgan-european-smaller-cos4/full My personal view is that JESC has a LOT MORE to run. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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