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SDP.L | Schroder AsiaPacific Fund

464.58 -3.5 (-0.75%) 
Category: Financial
  • Industry: Asset Management

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      Company Profile

      Schroders delivers a broad range of investments designed to meet the diverse needs of institutions, intermediaries and high net worth individuals.

      Earnings History

      Date EPS / Forecast Revenue / Forecast
      December 16, 2019-0.02 / --988.0K / -
      June 3, 20190.1 / -21.88M / -Beat!
      December 11, 2018-0.07 / --6.84M / -
      June 11, 20180.28 / -52.21M / -Beat!
      December 7, 20170.44 / -78.97M / -Beat!
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