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|Hend.Far East Daily Update: Hend.Far East is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HFEL. The last closing price for Hend.Far East was 343p.|
Hend.Far East has a 4 week average price of 334.51p and a 12 week average price of 343.82p.
The 1 year high share price is 364p while the 1 year low share price is currently 252p.
There are currently 115,060,564 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 90,526 shares. The market capitalisation of Hend.Far East is £394,657,734.52.
|masurenguy: Henderson Far East gains from Brexit vote
Thu 10 Nov 2016
Investment Trust Henderson Far East, which provides a diversified portfolio of investments traded in the Asia Pacific region, reported a positive total return for the year ended 31 August 2016 due to the devaluation in Sterling following the result of the EU referendum. The company's proposed annual dividend rose by 4.2% to 20p, which maintains the significant yield advantage that the group achieves over other Asian income investment companies. The net asset value total return was 32.1% whilst the share price total return was 33.4%, reflecting the small uplift in the company's premium rating.
Chairman John Russell however cautioned that "global macro uncertainties continue to unsettle global stock markets which means that the volatility which has been a feature of the last two years looks set to continue." The company also issued 2.1m shares during the year to raise £6.3m at a premium to asset value thereby enhancing the NAV per share for existing shareholders. A further 350,000 shared were issued since 31 August 2016 raising £1.2m. The share price fell by 0.3% to 337p on Thursday.|
|goldpiguk: Hi Soupdragon55 and Skinny,
Very pleased with the increased dividend here. In the very short term the share price is well up with events. I hold these for the long term and HFEL has plenty of potential for dividend and capital growth over the next few years.
|aleman: I see NAV continues to creep up and has now got back above 300p. THe share price has now moved to a slight discount of 3-4%.|
|lord gnome: Given that the income element in the share price is only 3.6p, that's 1.1p coming out of capital. Still, the Directors must be confident if they are increasing the divi again. Must get some of these!|
|bikeaholic: A decent dividend payment is only good to me if the share price holds up as well and I'm not talking about the ex divi day drop.
I'd rather day trade, but try doing that with a silly spread.|
Hend.Far East share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange