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Jupiter's Bonham Carter lets go of 750,000 shares
by Sarah Miloudi on Mar 18, 2013 at 07:27
Jupiter chief Edward Bonham Carter has let go of 750,000 of the company's ordinary shares.
In an announcement posted to the stockmarket, Bonham Carter executed the sale on March 15, bringing his holding down from over 3% of the issued share capital.
Jupiter Fund Management ended Friday's session trading at 349.4p, up 0.11% on the day. At this price Bonham Carter (pictured) will have netted in the region of £2.61 million from the sale.
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