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- Redemption charge
See Exit charge.
- Redemption date
Usually associated with gilts or bonds, the redemption date is the date set in advance when the gilt or bond will be repaid by the issuing government or company and you will receive your capital back.
- Redemption yield
See Gross redemption yield.
- Redemption value
The price at which a financial product or security is redeemed.
An organisation responsible for maintaining a company's share register.
See Financial Services Authority.
- Reinvestment of dividends
1) For the purposes of total value performance statistics, it is assumed that any dividends received on an investment trust company share are reinvested back into the shares of the investment trust.
2) The process of reinvesting dividends by buying additional shares in the investment trust. A useful tool for shareholders who have no immediate need for this income. Many management groups now offer saving schemes where dividends can be reinvested.
The sale of units back to the fund manager to realise/cash in the investment. It is also referred to as redemption, although not to be confused with the redemption of a gilt or bond.
- Retail investor
Term referring to members of the general investing public.
The amount of income, capital growth or both that is generated by your investment.
- Rights Issue
An invitation to existing shareholders to purchase additional shares in the company.
- Risk profile
This relates to how much risk you are prepared to take with your money. Generally the more risk you take, the higher the potential gain but the more likely it is that you could lose some or all of your capital. Your risk profile may depend on your financial circumstances, as some people are able to take more risk than others. If you are unsure of your risk profile you should contact an independent financial adviser for assistance before making an investment.
- Risk rating
See credit rating.
- Running yield
Also known as income yield. The amount of income generated by a bond or gilt fund at the current time.