Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Adv. Front. Npv LSE:AFMF London Ordinary Share GG00B1W59J17 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 53.125p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 0.7 0.4 122.0 90.03

Adv. Front. Npv Share Discussion Threads

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24/6/2016
12:47
Moved to -http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=35664659
davebowler
21/4/2016
12:07
12 April 2016 Advance Frontier Markets Fund Limited ("the Company") announces that its unaudited Net Asset Value as at the close of business on 08 April 2016 was USD 0.8093 per share (Sterling equivalent at that date was GBP 0.5728 per share).
davebowler
16/4/2015
15:18
HTtp://www.fundweb.co.uk/2020524.article?cmpid=fwnews_1053226
davebowler
30/4/2014
11:13
hxxp://www.frontiermarketsfund.com/downloads/assets/AFMF_-_1Q14.pdf
davebowler
18/2/2014
11:33
Westhouse; Blackrock Frontiers (BRFI.L, +4.2, Sell) – We recently highlighted this stock as a trading Buy, when the overspill from the recent panic in emergin g markets knocked frontier fund pricing (despite little evidence of any accompanying intrus ion into asset pricing in the frontier markets). The fund has as expected partly re-rated, though it is also worth noting that Advance Frontier Markets (AFMF.L, -7.5%, Buy) has outperformed BRFI at the NAV level in recent weeks, so it is worth watching this gap in p ricing for profit taking and switching opportunities.
davebowler
29/1/2014
12:09
28 January 2014 Advance Frontier Markets Fund Limited ("the Company") announces that its unaudited Net Asset Value as at the close of business on 24 January 2014 was USD 1.0162 per share (Sterling equivalent at that date was GBP 0.6165 per share). On the other hand BRFI trades at a slight premium to NAV.
davebowler
07/1/2014
11:38
Westhouse; Advance Developing Markets* (ADMF.L, -10.4%, Buy) – This remains the key value play in the emerging market space, with the fund continuing to outperform higher-rated vehicles such as Templeton Emerging Markets (TEM.L, -8.0%). Value investors may also be interested in sister fund, Advance Frontier Markets (AFMF.L, -10.2%) at current levels. While Blackrock Frontiers (BRFI.L) continues to add often significantly greater value in terms of the NAV, meriting a pricing gap, this gap has ex panded significantly in recent weeks (see Daily Chart on page 1) and some players may be temp ted to switch at current differentials or allocate capital to AFMF in its own right.
davebowler
18/12/2013
11:46
hxxp://moneyweek.com/new-world-these-four-markets-made-seventy-point-nine-percent/
ifthecapfits
23/11/2013
21:07
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/10467126/The-funds-to-back-for-frontier-stock-markets.html
davebowler
12/11/2013
09:57
Rising nicely - are they buying back there shares?
ifthecapfits
06/11/2013
16:29
Where was that from?
ifthecapfits
05/11/2013
12:57
The Board of Advance Developing Markets Fund* (ADMF.L, -9.6%, Buy) has announced that the fund will now move to implement a tender for up to 10% of shares outstanding at a 1% discount to the formula asset value (FAV). The record date for participating in the tender offer has been set at 7 November 2013. This has been instigated under the terms of the shareholder-approved proposals of March 2013 which allowed for two conditional tenders (in the six months to end-October 2013 and April 2014).  
davebowler
23/10/2013
12:32
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-24635338
ifthecapfits
21/10/2013
10:19
Just taken a few for the SIPP.
ifthecapfits
15/10/2013
11:18
Yes ,very! Westhouse; Blackrock Frontiers (BRFI.L, +7.2%, Sell) – Very expensive. By its own very high standards, BRFI has had something of a poor quarter (relative and absolute) in terms of its NAV performance. Yet the rating has improved. A pricing gap of over 16 percentage points with the weaker performing Advance Frontier Markets (AFMF.L, -9.4%, Buy) does look somewhat attractive for advocates of the asset clas s.
davebowler
19/9/2013
14:59
Lonely here Dave? :)
andrewcb
16/9/2013
12:43
Still at a good discount whereas BRFI is at a premium. 09 September 2013 Advance Frontier Markets Fund Limited ("the Company") announces that its unaudited Net Asset Value as at the close of business on 06 September 2013 was USD 0.9036 per share (Sterling equivalent at that date was GBP 0.5781 per share).
davebowler
07/8/2013
09:30
05 August 2013 Advance Frontier Markets Fund Limited ("the Company") announces that its unaudited Net Asset Value as at the close of business on 02 August 2013 was USD 0.9198 per share (Sterling equivalent at that date was GBP 0.6017 per share). In accordance with the Company's valuation policy, the Company's published NAV per share figures have always included and continue to include current financial year revenue items. 5 August 2013 www.frontiermarketsfund.com
davebowler
17/7/2013
11:25
hxxp://www.westhousesecuritiesresearch.com/Research/iid/63190842942/p
davebowler
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