Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Abdn.Asset.Man. LSE:ADN London Ordinary Share GB0000031285 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.30p -0.39% 333.60p 333.80p 334.10p 334.40p 330.50p 332.30p 2,683,318 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 1,318.9 353.7 22.3 15.0 4,396.56

Aberdeen Asset Management Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/7/2016
17:10
Indeed. The banks are looking at charging businesses who sit on cash with negative interest rates...
zcaprd7
26/7/2016
08:26
It's a paper shuffling business with huge amount of cash. emerging markets are turning. No expensive capital expenditures/oil risk etc. Cash has no where else to go but to sit on the balance sheet or get paid away as dividends.
weemonkey
26/7/2016
07:03
What I like about these fund management companies is the strength of their balance sheets. Typically little or no gearing and stuffed with cash. In a world where equity is moving towards being the only realistic game in town surely consolidation is on the agenda. My gut tells me that we're through the worst here.
ygor706
25/7/2016
10:11
We are seeing Emerging market resurgence ...Funds are out performing. And 6% yield.
undervaluedassets
12/7/2016
13:59
huge resurgence in performance of funds under management. see aberdeen new Thai ANW to see what I mean
weemonkey
12/7/2016
13:59
huge resurgence in performance of funds under management. see aberdeen new Thai ANW to see what I mean
weemonkey
12/7/2016
11:11
Aberdeen: outflows expected before Brexit - HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-unilever-aviva-and-aberdeen/a928944?ref=citywire-money-picture-galleries-list#i=3 Brexit hasn’t impacted forecasts at Aberdeen Asset Management (ADN) as analysts had already factored in outflows. Jefferies analyst Phil Dobbin retained his ‘hold’ recommendation but reduced the target price from 253p to 240p. The shares fell 0.8% to 272.4p yesterday. ‘We already embed continued net outflow in our Aberdeen forecasts, so feel no need to further reduce them to reflect a potential post Brexit hiatus in net flow as we have done elsewhere in the sector,’ he said. ‘We do, however, need to reflect a positive foreign exchange impact on assets under management in Q3 and move property fund into net outflow. Our price target falls to 240p which together with its dividend leaves it as “hold”.’
speedsgh
25/6/2016
20:11
Bit brutal yesterday. What is their problem with a brexit
zcaprd7
04/5/2016
10:45
Peel Hunt downgrades Aberdeen Asset Management - HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-hsbc-rsa-insurance-and-aberdeen/a905405?ref=citywire-money-picture-galleries-list#i=4 Peel Hunt analyst Stuart Duncan downgraded his recommendation for Aberdeen Asset Management (ADN) from ‘buy’ to ‘add’ after what he called its ‘predictably bad’ half-year results. The emerging markets specialist reported a 40% decline in underlying pre-tax profits to £162.9 million as investors pulled a net £16.7 billion from its funds in the six months to the end of March. The shares tumbled 9.4% to close 28p down at 270.6p. That leaves their price 4.5% lower than the start of the year. Duncan set a target price of 330p and commented: ‘While the headline profit figure was predictably bad, there were some small positives in [the] interims – a small increase in assets under management, an unchanged dividend and expectations of £70 million of cost savings.’ He acknowledged there was ‘some encouragement that sentiment towards emerging markets improved towards the end of the period, although some uncertainty remains and the outlook statement refers to the ongoing challenge’. ‘However, the share price has recovered sharply and flows/forecasts now need to catch up. We move to “add”.’
speedsgh
03/5/2016
09:41
lower before higher is my feeling. But higher ultimately - emerging markets are the future. ADN well run organisation. . .But Macro economics in emerging markets and sentiment towards emerging markets not within their control obv. .
undervaluedassets
03/5/2016
08:19
Morning weemonkey Well the bears kick it off...bulls to follow I hope. What is your feeling going forward...I'm long...with my seatbelts on
excelsior2
03/5/2016
07:43
gonna be a volatile day. . . More outflow news . . . yet also glimmers that we may be at the bottom of the cycle here. . Aberdeen funds have performed creditably this year as well . Divi maintained. The bears and the bulls are set to fight it out.. seatbelts on.
weemonkey
19/4/2016
10:12
Long climb back.
its the oxman
21/3/2016
14:45
Even at it's high this stock was never expensive. emerging markets will come back (in fact are bouncing now). Meanwhile - nice divi here while we wait.
weemonkey
18/3/2016
08:42
yes as the shareprice rallies, the % yield drops unfortunately ;) Compared to US markets I think we're quite lucky with the number of high yield opportunities in the UK
mister md
15/3/2016
01:49
Sorry I did not take your advice.Could have purchased around 230,but I have 10% of my Portfolio,s in CLIG,and CNKS,paying better Dividends than ADN.
garycook
14/3/2016
13:38
happy with my top ups around the 240p level... lets hope the decline in funds under management has slowed down recently
mister md
14/3/2016
08:27
Shorting emerging markets has been a very "crowded" trade. There is a bit of buying back going on. Well emerging markets are still the future and right now they are very cheap. Won't be cheap forever.
undervaluedassets
04/3/2016
14:59
FTSE250 Trackers stocking Up?
pkvidean
04/3/2016
14:28
a few more days like this morning and it will be back in the FTSE 100...perhaps Blackrock active in their short covering
cerrito
02/3/2016
18:00
Back up to 260 now - not a good price yet but at least we are moving the right way.
huttonr
23/2/2016
12:09
Does this still pay a divi ta
revell40
17/2/2016
13:03
//www.fool.co.uk/investing/2016/02/15/should-you-buy-6-yields-at-sse-plc-pearson-plc-and-aberdeen-asset-management-plc/
mister md
12/2/2016
13:43
lol thats a comforting viewpoint Lord Gnome ;)
mister md
12/2/2016
13:15
I think almost everything except bankruptcy has been priced in.
lord gnome
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