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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund Limited LSE:ALAI London Ordinary Share JE00B44ZTP62 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.90p -1.20% 74.00p 74.00p 74.60p 74.00p 74.00p 74.00p 52,071 16:06:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 3.1 2.4 3.8 19.6 49.00

Aberdeen Latin American ... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/6/2019
12:49
NAV has been strengthening so nothing has really changed.
tiltonboy
20/6/2019
12:32
Indeed. Do you think this upward trend is on the premis of the fund being wound up rather than people running from Woodfords funds?
my retirement fund
19/6/2019
14:36
MRF, The discount is still out at 14.2%.
tiltonboy
19/6/2019
06:34
The fund is totally irrelevant at £50m and should be wound up. The discount has remained in the 12-15% range for a long time, against a 10% target. MCP have all but thrown the towel in, and was quite a bit larger. It's time for ALAI (and a few others) to follow suit.
tiltonboy
19/6/2019
04:47
Interesting that we are seeing the long standing NAV discount shrink a little. Its still fairly large but certainly going in the right direction.Wonder if it new blood from the Woodford debacle or something else?
my retirement fund
29/4/2019
13:54
Not a bad half year report on this today. They have pretty much out performed their bench mark. profit, EPS, Net assets are all up. Small amount of cash held, but looks good so far
hsduk101
10/1/2019
20:05
20k a day buy-backs have stopped for the time being(closed season), but didn't work anyway. The fund is sub-scale, and should really be wound-up.
tiltonboy
10/1/2019
19:52
Deserves to be trading closer to 80p
my retirement fund
20/6/2018
12:23
Nav up Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund Limited Undiluted Excluding Income 69.87p Ordinary Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund Limited Undiluted Including Income 71.26p Ordinary
neilyb675
08/6/2018
15:17
NAV falling daily here as the Pound strengthens against the Brazil Real.
nick rubens
25/5/2018
15:28
Hi, I'm watching this as well, but I won't be joining the party just yet. With Brazilian currency weak and epected to fall further and other Latin American countries with currency question marks, the outlook in the short term does not look great. If I do take a position it will only be small. The trust has quite high charges (over 2%) and also invests in fixed interest sovereign debt leaving it exposed to a fall in the value of Latin American currencies. I looked at the portfolio and was slightly put off by this. Although I have been following the company for several months I really need to do more research. I think ALAI could throw up a wonderful buying opportunity at some point this year. Goldpig
goldpiguk
25/5/2018
14:32
Been watching like a hawk and also with a yield just over 5.5% joined you
my retirement fund
25/5/2018
13:18
I've taken a small position.
topvest
11/1/2018
19:16
Just stays in a 10-12% range all the Time, with 28th 20k daily buy-back not helping. I've tried to buy some decent size but can't trade, admittedly I go on just above the bid. MCT also trades on a ridiculous Discount, but at least you can trade that one
tiltonboy
11/1/2018
17:26
Still a rather shocking discount to NAV
my retirement fund
07/12/2017
12:56
Rather disappointing. They've carried on at the same rate for now. Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund Limited Legal Entity Identifier (LEI): 549300DN623WEGE2MY04 First Interim Dividend 7 December 2017 In accordance with the Company's stated aim to pay a minimum dividend of 3.5p pence per share for the year, the Board of Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund Limited (the "Company") has today declared a first interim dividend of 0.875p per Ordinary share (2017: 0.875p) in respect of the year ended 31 August 2018 payable on 30 January 2018 to Ordinary shareholders on the register at close of business on 15 December 2017 (ex-dividend date 14 December 2017). Dividends will continue to be paid quarterly, all in the form of interim dividends. It remains the Company's aim to grow dividends over time. This remains subject to investee company performance, the level of income from investments, currency movements and unforeseen circumstances.
aleman
19/10/2017
08:37
Seems unloved and undervalued tight now.
my retirement fund
19/10/2017
07:53
Results are out. Revenue earnings 4.77p per share and a big increase in revenue reserve to about 3.2p per share, i.e. nearly a year's current dividend payments, from around 2.0p previously. This fund is underpaying its income. They weren't to know at the time, but the £'s fall after the Brexit vote offset the revenue weakness from the Brasilian recession that brought the dividend cut. Expect higher dividends in the near future. If they pay less than 4p this year, the revenue reserve will likely rise above a year's payments, which starts to look odd and would raise questions about the fund's aims. I'd guess they'll kick off at 0.95p and possibly have a higher final to get to 4p or a little more.
aleman
28/8/2017
10:16
Http://www.investmentnews.com/article/20170819/FREE/170819952/big-gains-attract-new-money-to-emerging-markets-but-should-investors
aleman
27/7/2017
14:50
Plenty of money apparently for buy backs and stock not expensive to hold. Considering it has been much higher 120 I think long ago suggest that it took the pain long ago recovery maybe protracted but meanwhile it's good quarterly payout there is good free cash flow it's a non sterling investment.Better bought before yes I am long term holder.
4spiel
25/7/2017
15:45
.. shareprices of retailers collapsing, gold edging higher... a few more signs of (anticipated) slowdown perhaps
mister md
25/7/2017
10:30
The discount to NAV has widened significantly over the last 6 months but it narrowed significantly in the 6 months before that. Https://www.trustnet.com/Factsheets/Factsheet.aspx?fundCode=KOFO8&univ=T&;pageType=performance I'd say the current discount is a bit higher than the 5-10% I would expect but it has been here before and won't necessarily shrink back anytime soon. I'm thinking we are seeing an economic slowdown, where widening discounts are common. As an old hand, I sometimes think widening investment trust discounts are actually a useful lead indicator of economic slowdown. It often indicates private investor sentiment in a way that gets lost in the huge volume of automated trades and big money flows led by traders and professional managers in the main market shares
aleman
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