Middlefield Canadian Income PCC - Middlefield Canadian Income - GBP PC

About Middlefield Canadian Income PCC - Middlefield Canadian Income - GBP PC

Middlefield Canadian Income PCC - Middlefield Canadian Income - GBP PC is a close-ended equity mutual fund launched and managed by Middlefield International Limited. The fund is co-managed by Middlefield Capital Corporation. It invests in public equity markets of Canada. The fund also invests in real estate investment trusts. It benchmarks the performance of its portfolio against the S&P/TSX Equity Income Index (CDN$). The fund was formerly known as Middlefield Canadian Income Trusts Investment Company PCC - Middlefield Canadian Income Trusts - GBP PC. Middlefield Canadian Income PCC - Middlefield Canadian Income - GBP PC was formed on July 6, 2006 and is domiciled in the United Kingdom.

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https://www.middlefield.co.uk/mcit.htm

MCT.L United Kingdom

116USD4.25 (-3.66%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

LSE exchange

Sector: Financial Services

Industry: Asset Management

Location United Kingdom, London

Grade: ADF

151,117,446 USD
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Profits

for 5 years
15%
for 3 years
9%
for 2 years
29%
for last year
0%
for this year
0%
Middlefield Canadian Income PCC - Middlefield Canadian Income - GBP PC
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