Periodic & Discrete Performance

The Company’s performance is shown over different time periods

Periodic Performance (%)

As at 31 Aug 2022

Duration
1 Mth
Share Price
2.9
Net Asset Value (NAV)
2.4
Index
0.8
Duration
3 Mths
Share Price
1.8
Net Asset Value (NAV)
1.5
Index
2.3
Duration
12 Mths
Share Price
3.0
Net Asset Value (NAV)
12.2
Index
0.1
Duration
2 Yrs
Share Price
6.1
Net Asset Value (NAV)
12.4
Index
12.1
Duration
3 Yrs
Share Price
0.6
Net Asset Value (NAV)
5.6
Index
10.2
Duration
5 Yrs
Share Price
0.9
Net Asset Value (NAV)
3.6
Index
9.7
Duration
Since Inception p.a
Share Price
7.4
Net Asset Value (NAV)
8.7
Index
10.3

See footnote underneath the discrete performance table

Discrete Performance (%)

As at 31 Aug 2022

Period
31 Aug 21 - 31 Aug 22
Share Price
3.0
Net Asset Value (NAV)
12.2
Period
31 Aug 20 - 31 Aug 21
Share Price
9.2
Net Asset Value (NAV)
12.6
Period
31 Aug 19 - 31 Aug 20
Share Price
-9.5
Net Asset Value (NAV)
-6.8
Index
6.5
Period
31 Aug 18 - 31 Aug 19
Share Price
-4.8
Period
31 Aug 17 - 31 Aug 18
Share Price
8.0
Index
10.9
Period
31 Aug 18 - 31 Aug 19
Net Asset Value (NAV)
-4.0
Period
31 Aug 17 - 31 Aug 18
Net Asset Value (NAV)
5.6
Period
31 Aug 21 - 31 Aug 22
Index
0.1
Period
31 Aug 20 - 31 Aug 21
Index
25.6
Period
31 Aug 18 - 30 Aug 19
Index
6.9

Past performance is no guide to future performance
* Company inception date 15 Dec 2003. The index data shown is for the FTSE All World Index. Share Price and FTSE All World Index total returns are sourced from Refinitiv. Share price returns are calculated on a closing mid price basis. NAV returns, including current period income, are sourced from Refinitiv. All dividends are reinvested at the ex-dividend date.

Periodic & Discrete Performance FAQs

The net asset value per share is shareholders’ funds expressed as an amount per individual share. Shareholders’ funds are the total value of a company’s assets, at current market value, having deducted all prior charges at their par value (or at their market value).

The share price data shown is for each day’s closing price. The information is historic and differs from the current share price.

Although the Company has no official benchmark, performance is shown against the FTSE All-World Index.

If the share price is lower than the NAV per share, the shares are said to be trading on a discount. The size of the discount is calculated by subtracting the share price from the NAV per share and is usually expressed as a percentage of the NAV per share. If the share price is higher than the NAV per share, the shares are said to be trading on a premium.