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RIT Capital Partners announces 6.8 per cent fall in NAV

RIT Capital Partners has announced a 6.8 per cent drop in net asset value per share during the half year to September 30.


Net asset value per share fell from 384.1p to 357.9p. The company says the fall was due to the global crisis in confidence.


The net asset value has fallen by £54m from £726m to 673m.

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