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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aberdeen Asian Income Fund Ltd LSE:AAIF London Ordinary Share GB00B0P6J834 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.44% 227.50 227.00 228.00 228.00 227.00 227.00 84,896 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 16.9 14.6 7.4 30.7 407

Aberdeen Asian Income Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/6/2008
15:25
NAV 06/06/08 119.23p Close 115.75p Discount 2.9% Yield 4.1%
aleman
07/6/2008
22:53
Kbass: a 4.1% divi in major stocks in growing economies, this outranked the UK over the next 2 yrs+ for me. The index is MSCI AC Asia Pacific ex-Japan - can anyone tell me where to find a graph (Trustnet has 187 indices -this aint one of them).
davidbh
05/6/2008
08:12
Been watching for a while and half tempted missen
kbass
05/6/2008
00:12
Hi. I hope things work out. I am considering topping up a little myself. I'm not sure AAIF is anything special but mainstream Asian exposure with a dividend looks a lot more promising than a lot of UK stuff at the moment.
aleman
04/6/2008
21:53
Aleman: thanks for this board. Just bought in.Hopefully as a long-term holder. I respect the team from Aberdeen that set this up. Made afew bob with them in the past.
davidbh
27/5/2008
14:05
NAV 23/05/08 120.94p Close 117p Discount 3.3% Yield 4.1%
aleman
19/5/2008
14:33
NAV 16/05/08 124.34p Close 118p Discount 5.1% Yield 4.0%
aleman
12/5/2008
16:28
NAV 9/05/08 123.07p Close 116.5p Discount 5.3% Yield 4.1%
aleman
09/5/2008
09:56
But it has been known to trade at a premium.
aleman
09/5/2008
02:08
'Tis not much of a discount, is it?
kbass
08/5/2008
16:00
New NAV high for yesterday of 123.98p
aleman
06/5/2008
13:36
NAV 02/05/08 123.42p Close 122.5p Discount 0.7% Yield 3.7%
aleman
02/5/2008
18:08
Nice to see lots of blue today.
rogerbridge
30/4/2008
16:23
And again - 122.69p. Nice to see. My only share hitting new highs.
aleman
24/4/2008
16:35
Yes - 122.45p yesterday.
aleman
21/4/2008
16:03
NAV 18/04/08 120.86p CLose 118.25p Discount 2.2% Yield 4.0% COuld NAV hit a new high today due to the £? GBP - USD 1.98330 -0.01595 -0.8% GBP - CAD 1.98880 -0.02015 -1% GBP - JPY 204.81000 -2.65500 -1.28% GBP - EUR 1.24530 -0.01860 -1.47% GBP - AUD 2.10385 -0.03710 -1.73% GBP - HKD 15.46050 -0.12100 -0.78% GBP - BRL 3.30105 -0.03080 -0.92% GBP - INR 79.12500 -0.28760 -0.36% GBP - RUB 46.33350 -0.56500 -1.2%
aleman
17/4/2008
15:58
New high today for the shares if not quite for the NAV.
aleman
15/4/2008
10:34
New high for NAV? NAV 11/04/08 122.12p Close 112.75p Discount 7.7% Yield 4.2%
aleman
08/4/2008
11:55
NAV 04/04/08 120.72p Close 115p Discount 5.8% Yield 4.1%
aleman
31/3/2008
15:29
NAV 28/03/08 120.74p Close 113.75p Discount 5.8% Yield 4.2%
aleman
17/3/2008
16:20
NAV 14/03/08 113.76p Close 106.25p Discount 6.6% Yield 4.5%
aleman
17/3/2008
12:44
I've emailed Aberdeen and will let you know.
ptolemy
17/3/2008
11:16
Don't know. Is it something to do with the warrants?
aleman
17/3/2008
10:14
Agree with what you've written but look at page 2 http://www.asian-income.co.uk/pdfupload.nsf/62846AC16F74C5038025711E00565BDF/$FILE/asianincome.pdf?openelement
ptolemy
16/3/2008
14:09
What monthly fact sheet? The dividend is 4.75p for a 4.5% yield at 106p. The dividend probably won't rise next year since there was a slight exceptional boost to income this year that is unlikely to be repeated. I suppose they might even shave it a touch but I suspect they will have tried to make allowance so they don't have to. On 17 July 2007 the Board declared a first interim dividend of 2.0p per Ordinary share in respect of the year ending 31 December 2007 (2006 - 2.0p), which was payable on 28 August 2007 to shareholders on the register on 27 July 2007. A second interim dividend of 2.75p per Ordinary share (2006 - 2.50p) was announced on 16 January 2008 and was paid on 26 February 2008 to shareholders on the register on 25 January 2008. It should be noted that the overall payout has been lifted by a number of special dividends from your Company's investments. These one-off pay-outs made up about 12% of the Company's underlying 2007 revenues and they should not necessarily be expected to occur in the future By their very nature, these special dividends are unlikely to be maintained and, therefore could well have a distorting effect when comparing future dividend pay-outs against last year's.
aleman
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