Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashmore Group LSE:ASHM London Ordinary Share GB00B132NW22 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.20p -0.34% 347.50p 346.80p 347.20p 349.50p 344.90p 348.50p 937,093.00 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 211.6 167.5 19.1 18.2 2,458.12

Ashmore Group Share Discussion Threads

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23/2/2017
13:17
5.3% disclosable shorts at the end of December. And still 5.3% shorts today. Yet the share price has risen approaching 25% from 290p to almost 360p. The recent results had a very optimistic tone. Odey alone accounts for 3% short - personally I would have thought they had suffered enough pain in 2016 on their shorts. All evidence points to BIG inflows back into Emerging Markets. My opinion is that the EM investment environment is ever more positive for Ashmore. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
15/2/2017
12:31
Fascinating article in today's FT about massive resurgence of inflows into Emerging Markets. -Page 13, Short View column by Elaine Moore. Example given of recent Nigeria $1bn bond which was eight times oversubscribed to $8bn. The new massive and sudden investment inflows back into the EM sector bodes, in my opinion, extremely well for Ashmore. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
10/2/2017
08:08
"While the US election outcome interrupted the improvement in sentiment towards emerging markets, the effect has been short-lived with asset prices strengthening into 2017.
the_equaliser
09/2/2017
18:50
I guess it won't be long before the knockers tell us it's all smoke & mirrors to keep the share price down.
coolhandfluke
09/2/2017
18:28
Suprised peeps have misses this - Profit before tax increased 94% to £121.5m; diluted EPS rose to 13.9p (H1 2015/16: 6.5p) and the interim dividend per share is maintained at 4.55p. "Relative investment performance is strong with more than 90% of assets outperforming benchmarks over one year, and more than 80% over three and five years. "This backdrop, together with favourable currency movements, delivered a 94% increase in Ashmore's profit before tax. "While the US election outcome interrupted the improvement in sentiment towards emerging markets, the effect has been short-lived with asset prices strengthening into 2017. "The combination of attractive absolute and relative returns, accelerating GDP growth, and low allocations all support the expectation of further strong performance in 2017 and a return to the improving flow trend seen for most of 2016." Ashmore Group's assets under management stood at US$52.2bn at the end of December - down slightly from $52.6bn at the end of June but up 5% over the calendar year
the_equaliser
09/2/2017
07:49
Fantastic performance. Surprised that they didn't increase the interim dividend on the back of the whopping 94% increase in PBT - hopefully they will for the full year. But good going and a very positive Outlook. All positive - expect Ashmore and its share price to motor forward this year. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
08/2/2017
08:07
Recovering very solidly from post-Brexit blues and late 2016 ( but temporary) EM sell-off. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
16/1/2017
21:41
Time will tell.Let's see what they say about latest trend on 9th Feb.
coolhandfluke
16/1/2017
17:08
Update has reversed down trend.
philo124
23/11/2016
20:14
No. Will wait.
philo124
23/11/2016
11:23
I think you could be right Phil. Strange, when em's in the doldrums they are there for years but when people talk of them rebounding it lasts 5 minutes. Let us hope commodities strengthen to offset any dollar interest rate rise? Are you back in here now?
coolhandfluke
22/11/2016
20:23
Think we might see 260p thanks to Donald.
philo124
11/11/2016
09:39
Not had any profits to take as yet. Will continue to hold. A bit like my HSBC bought in at 676p and still waiting for a profit. Actually it's a bit like all my investments. C'est La Vie.
coolhandfluke
11/11/2016
09:25
I was correct QP.Comments please on the sell off !!! Looks like qvg took my advice.Sorry to see,but I did warn investor,s in ASHM to take there profits and invest in CLIG.
garycook
31/10/2016
07:39
Odey REDUCE disclosable short again by another 0.10%. Now down to 2.58%. Total shorts continue to unwind steadily. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
15/10/2016
13:37
As I have mentioned on this board before l bought in a few years ago at 410p and the price has been down ever since. I feel there is, with the resurgence of em's, a chance the share price will get back to previous highs so I will not be selling any time soon. Anyway, the yield even at my bought in price is much better than any normal savings account interest so I still may not sell. 5 year accounts offer a miserly 1.7% and no notice a/c's just 0.05%.
coolhandfluke
15/10/2016
10:12
If you are not a Troll , how do you explain your sudden appearance on this bulletin board out of the blue with a very spiteful, revengeful and nasty post from just two days ago dated 13th. October, post number 313 above. This is a copy of it: QUOTE Time to sell ASHM,and put proceeds into CLIG,better dividend also at over 6%.If Quepassa is ramping ASHM,then definetly time to sell. UNQUOTE As I have said before if you have a problem because my view is different to yours on Berkeley Holdings, that is where they belong and should stay. Not by trying to get back at me or have a vendetta against me on other bulletin boards. Alternatively, accept that the market is made of differing views and that different people have different views but don't post spiteful remarks like you did two days ago. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
15/10/2016
09:11
coolhandfluke,I am retired and live in Thailand.Just to inform other poster,s I am not a Troll,and there is no vendetta againt anyone here on ADVFN. I am a holder of 25 FTSE stocks,and a serious investor.The article on Motley Fool is there honest opinion,and not mine.It get,s me angry when certain people post comments on other threads,for there own mean,s in regard to maybe shorting the share,and when it is done to them,they start throwing there toys out of the pram,like a baby !!!
garycook
15/10/2016
07:38
You guys are up early?
coolhandfluke
15/10/2016
04:57
Just ignore posts from GARYCOOK. He has a vendetta from another board - Berkeley Group-. He is a troll. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
15/10/2016
03:41
Article on Motley Fool worth a read,if you are a ASHM shareholder.
garycook
14/10/2016
13:45
I suppose existing European clients won't be too concerned if they are making money, which they should be. As to whereabouts of new clients well again, if Ashmore's offer is performing well it will attract new money. Perhaps Europeans won't have a lot to invest once we are out. Only joking.
coolhandfluke
14/10/2016
13:32
https://www.ft.com/content/f8526a94-8a39-11e6-8cb7-e7ada1d123b1 an article in yesterday's FT saying that Fund managers with mainland European clients are going to be hit hard by Brexit. Even worse for those who only currently have small European offices. Ashmore seems to be worst hit - highest % of mainland European clients (28%) and zero employees in mainland Europe i have sold
qvg
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