Northern 2 VCT PLC.
Northern 2 VCT fund performance
|Latest NAV per share||68.5p (31 December 2017)|
|No of shares in issue||130,199,490|
|1 yr||3 yrs||5 yrs||10 yrs|
|NAV total return||– company||101.3||125.5||154.5||203.2|
|– sector average||4.0||16.9||39.1||70.6|
|Share price total return||– company||102.6||133.3||166.2||234.2|
|– sector average||4.6||20.7||49.1||96.3|
“Share price” is mid-market price as at 15 March 2018. “Dividend yield” is based on dividends paid and proposed in respect of latest full financial year, excluding special dividends, expressed as a percentage of share price. Total return statistics are for periods to 15 March 2018, return shown is on £100 invested, based on mid to mid share price/latest published NAV, assuming net income re-invested (source: Morningstar). In accordance with AIC methodology, figures shown over 5 years are based on NAVs excluding current period revenue; and figures shown for 5 years and under are based on NAVs including current period revenue.
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