Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aberdeen Asian Smaller Companies LSE:AAS London Ordinary Share GB0000100767 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.09% 1,066.00p 1,063.00p 1,069.00p - - - 34,905 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 11.0 3.9 9.2 115.6 372.93

Aberdeen Asian Smaller Companies Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/10/2017
11:53
12 Oct NAV Aberdeen Asian Smaller Cos Investment Trust Fully Diluted Including Income 1221.62p
davebowler
04/10/2017
11:09
2nd Oct Aberdeen Asian Smaller Cos Fully Diluted NAV Including Income 1199.36p
davebowler
17/8/2017
14:17
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davebowler
22/6/2017
16:13
21 Jun NAV Aberdeen Asian Smaller Cos Investment Trust with Debt at Fair Value Including Income 1282.83p Ordinary
davebowler
20/6/2017
19:55
I cleared out the 129p offer today, and buying them for precisely the reasons you mention DB. First started buying them at 113p.
tiltonboy
20/6/2017
16:39
Great. Am interested.
chinahere
20/6/2017
16:39
Cheers. So assuming they don't go bust we get 3.5p dividend per annum for each one held and for two years we can exchange them at the rate of 8.3 CULS per ordinary share regardless of the underlying share price?
chinahere
20/6/2017
16:27
Price is £1.29 x 8.3 = £10.71 plus a higher div and protection down to £1 per pref share.
davebowler
20/6/2017
16:16
Edit. Just read this so is the conversion price fixed in time ?: "The Conversion Price (being the nominal amount of CULS required to convert into one Ordinary Share) will be rounded down to the nearest 5 pence, and will be set at a 15 per cent. premium to the unaudited NAV (including income) per Ordinary Share on Monday, 14 May 2012." So what was that figure? Davebowler is it £1.29 * 8.3 then?
chinahere
20/6/2017
16:13
It doesn't look like a good way to get into AAS to me. I had a look at the prospectus and I read it that they convert at nominal price into a premium on the ordinaries NAV. Am I right? Here's their text illustration: "By way of illustration, had the Conversion Price been set by reference to the unaudited NAV (including income) per Ordinary Share at 18 April 2012 of 718.56p, the Conversion Price would have been 825p and a holder of £1,000 nominal of CULS would have been entitled to 121 Ordinary Shares on conversion of their CULS"
chinahere
20/6/2017
13:20
AASC is a cheaper way into this at its current price of £1.29 as it can convert to AAS at the rate of 8.3 AASC to 1 AAS.Plus there is the higher div and protection too offered by the convertibles.
davebowler
20/6/2017
12:19
Wonder how the new merger will affect performance? I'm assuming it's part of the group announced today. 12% discount is cheap imho
the oak tree
20/6/2017
12:06
16th June NAV Aberdeen Asian Smaller Cos Investment Trust Fully Diluted Including Income 1219.73p Ordinary
davebowler
09/6/2017
13:58
8 Jun NAV Aberdeen Asian Smaller Cos Investment Trust Fully Diluted Including Income 1211.79p Ordinary
davebowler
10/4/2017
13:17
7 Apr NAV Aberdeen Asian Smaller Cos Investment Trust Fully Diluted Including Income 1214.17p
davebowler
06/4/2017
18:30
Ah I meant building up.....
the oak tree
06/4/2017
04:37
I agree it's quite a discount buying up. Too many chase the last great performing IT. This will have its time again.....
the oak tree
05/4/2017
14:49
4 Apr NAV Fully Diluted AAS Including Income 1202.92p
davebowler
17/1/2017
10:13
Still, the AACS look better value as they offer downside protection (£1 buyback in 2 yrs), some gearing , and twice the yield.
davebowler
16/1/2017
18:50
Thanks. I had hoped that each CUL would allow you to buy one share at £8.30. That would have offered some nice warrant-style gearing.
chinahere
16/1/2017
18:45
If you own 8.3 CULS nominally worth £8.30 (£1 each), at the end of the period, you can either accept £8.30 as repayment or convert them to 1 ordinary share. If the ordinary shares trade above £8.30 then you're better converting than accepting the nominal £1 for each of the CULS you own.
jamielein
16/1/2017
18:33
So these aren't like warrants then? Do you have to forgo the full nominal amount of CULS to get each AAS share?
chinahere
16/1/2017
16:24
I agree - they still look attractive but just wanted to point out that your calculations were slightly wrong, so you don't get a shock in the future!
jamielein
16/1/2017
15:21
Still, I've got downside protection at nominal cost! Plus more than twice the yield of the ordinaries.
davebowler
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