A type of gearing that arises in a split capital investment company due to it issuing more than one class of share.
A tax you pay on the purchase of some investment company shares, but not on the sale.
A type of investment company which issues more than one class of share with different entitlements to income and capital.
A dividend paid in addition to normal regular dividends in circumstances which are unlikely to be repeated in the near future.
Another name for net asset value.
A measure showing how the share price has performed over a period of time, taking into account both capital returns and dividends paid to shareholders.
A measure showing how the share price has performed over a period of time in capital terms alone, without reflecting any income dividends paid to shareholders. However it does include capital dividends within the calculation.
The price of a share as determined by the stock market.
Describes an investment company buying its own shares and reducing the number of shares in existence.
A part of the share capital of a company.