LSE exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Asset Management. Location United Kingdom, London.

JPMorgan American Investment Trust plc [JAM.LUnited Kingdom

720USD

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

1,683,964,568 USD
MARKET CAP
3.833
PE
0.823
BETA (5y)
187.600
EPS

profit

100%

for 5 years

profit

73%

for 3 years

profit

48%

for 2 years

profit

21%

for 1 year

profit

-1%

for this year

About JPMorgan American Investment Trust plc

JPMorgan American Investment Trust plc is a close-ended equity mutual fund launched and managed by JPMorgan Funds Limited. It is co-managed by JPMorgan Asset Management (UK) Limited. The fund invests in public equity markets of the United States. It seeks to invest in stocks of companies operating across diversified sectors. The fund primarily invests in stocks of large cap companies. It employs fundamental analysis with a bottom-up stock picking approach to create its portfolio. The fund benchmarks the performance of its portfolio against the S&P 500 Net Index. It was formerly known as JP Morgan Fleming American Investment Trust. JPMorgan American Investment Trust plc was formed on December 25, 1881 and is domiciled in the United Kingdom.

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JPMorgan American Investment Trust plc
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