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

Polar Capital Global Healthcare Trust plc [PCGH.LUnited Kingdom

317.5USD2.5 (+0.79%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

468,238,846 USD
MARKET CAP
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PE
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BETA (5y)
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EPS

profit

68%

for 5 years

profit

55%

for 3 years

profit

37%

for 2 years

profit

16%

for 1 year

profit

15%

for this year

About Polar Capital Global Healthcare Trust plc

Polar Capital Global Healthcare Trust plc is a closed ended equity mutual fund launched and managed by Polar Capital LLP. The fund invests in public equity markets across the globe. It seeks to invest in stocks of companies operating in the healthcare sector, with an emphasis on companies involved in pharmaceuticals, medical services, medical devices, and biotechnology. The fund primarily invests in dividend paying growth stocks of large-cap companies having a market capitalization greater than US $5 billion. 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 MSCI ACWI/Health Care Index. It was formerly known as Polar Capital Global Healthcare Growth and Income Trust plc. Polar Capital Global Healthcare Trust plc was formed on May 12, 2010 and is domiciled in the United Kingdom.

Polar Capital Global Healthcare Trust plc
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