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What does HGSC stand for?

HGSC stands for Hoare Govett Smaller Companies Index


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ABERFORTH SMALLER COMPANIES TRUST plc Interim Management Statement for the three months to 30 September 2011 Investment Objective The investment objective of Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust plc (ASCoT) is to achieve a net asset value total return (with dividends reinvested) greater than on the RBS Hoare Govett Smaller Companies Index (Excluding Investment Companies) (RBS HGSC (XIC)) over the long term.
3%, which compares with an increase in our benchmark, the Extended Hoare Govett Smaller Companies Index (excluding Investment Trusts), of 54.
Over 10 years the fund has consistently outperformed the Hoare Govett Smaller Companies Index, the main benchmark for this sector.
This is an encouraging performance, which is ahead of our benchmark index, the extended Hoare Govett Smaller Companies Index (capital gains excluding investment trusts), which rose by 31.
ABERFORTH SMALLER COMPANIES TRUST plc Interim Management Statement for the three months to 30 September 2010 Investment Objective The investment objective of Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust plc (ASCoT) is to achieve a net asset value total return (with dividends reinvested) greater than on the RBS Hoare Govett Smaller Companies Index (Excluding Investment Companies) (HGSC (XIC)) over the long term.
The extended Hoare Govett Smaller Companies Index ("HGSCI") (excluding Investment Companies) fell by 6.
3 * The Benchmark is the Extended Hoare Govett Smaller Companies Index (ex ICs) Manager's overview There is no doubting the fact that the past year has been a difficult period for your Company and investment performance has been disappointing.
5% decrease in the Hoare Govett Smaller Companies Index (ex Investment Companies).