Janus (ASX:JHG) shares closed bearish on Thursday; here's why

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Highlights

  • Janus reported slashed down earnings in FY22 first quarter on 3 May 2022. 
  • As a result, the company's shares plummeted on the ASX today. 
  • Despite slashed down earnings, Janus will distribute US$0.39 per share of dividend to its eligible shareholders. 

The shares of Janus Henderson Group Plc (ASX:JHG) closed 13.035% lower at AU$37.76 per share on the ASX today (5 May). Approximately 423,000 shares of Janus were traded during the entire trading session on the ASX today.

On 4 May 2022, the ASX-listed diversified financial company shared its financial performance report for the first quarter of FY22 (Q1 FY22) for the period ended on 31 March 2022. 

The share price of Janus has fallen over 20% on the ASX over the past 12 months. On the other hand, Janus' year-to-date share price also fell over 35% on the ASX today (5 May). 


 


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