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
  -2.40 -3.36% 69.00 68.80 69.00 69.60 69.00 69.60 67,868 11:03:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 3.1 2.4 3.8 18.3 45

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/7/2016
13:47
Tipped in Moneyweek. David C Stevenson says, "... The fund still trades on a chunky 15% discount to net asset value. If everything goes the right way for Latin America over the next year - and the global economy avoids recession - I recon we could see as much as 20%-30% upside over the next year, as well as that generous dividend yield."
jimbox1
05/7/2016
15:16
First (tiny) fall in ages to 72.6p but £ has fallen quite a bit again today.
aleman
04/7/2016
11:58
Goes ex dividend on 7th July. 0.875p.
plasybryn
04/7/2016
11:17
Just keeps going up - NAV 72.84p Seems to be accumulating income quickly. 1.98p compared to 1.05p this time last year. I wonder WHERE accumulated income was being held when the £ fell. It might have been given a boost.
aleman
28/6/2016
14:47
NAV up again to 68.25p yesterday. Might have fallen a touch today, though.
aleman
27/6/2016
23:58
NAV here has probably risen 10% over the two days since Brexit. It is interesting to think that the dividend might rise by 10%. Granted, we don't know what the knock-on affects of Brexit will be globally, but quite a lot of ALAI income is fixed interest that will probably not be axed until after any coporate dividend squeeze. There is a possibility the dividend migh trise.
aleman
27/6/2016
17:54
Hefty rise in NAV on Brexit day.
aleman
24/6/2016
17:26
nice 7% move up on Brexit day ...
mister md
22/6/2016
16:04
Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund Limited Third Interim Dividend 22 June 2016 In accordance with the Company's stated aim to pay a minimum dividend of 3.5 pence per share for the year, the Board of Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund Limited (the "Company") has today declared a third interim dividend of 0.875p per Ordinary share (2015: 1.00p) in respect of the year to 31 August 2016 payable on 29 July 2016 to Ordinary shareholders on the register at close of business on 8 July 2016 (ex dividend date 7 July 2016). 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. Aberdeen Private Wealth Management Limited Manager and Company Secretary
aleman
27/4/2016
10:43
I take it your a big fan of this fund, is it the management or the sector?
my retirement fund
27/4/2016
07:11
Oil hit a new 5-month high overnight. Edit - sorry, wrong thread.
aleman
13/4/2016
13:42
NAV up a bit to 62.44p.
aleman
13/4/2016
13:41
12 April 2016 Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund Limited Second Interim Dividend 12 April 2016 In accordance with the Company's stated aim to pay a minimum dividend of 3.5 pence per share for the year, the Board of Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund Limited (the "Company") has today declared a second interim dividend of 0.875p per Ordinary share (1.00p: 2015) in respect of the year to 31 August 2016 payable on 29 April 2016 to Ordinary shareholders on the register at close of business on 22 April 2016 (ex dividend date 21 April 2016). 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. Aberdeen Private Wealth Management Limited Manager and Company Secretary End This information is provided by RNS
aleman
01/4/2016
08:29
This is a conspicuously good chart. What is the current dividend?
brucie5
31/3/2016
22:00
I have sold down my ALAI and have only a little bit left(same for BRLA) and really wondering if I should sell out completely as I do not share the market's gungho attitude to Brazil-certainly as manifested in the FX and Equity market. If Rousseff does go it will be very messy and I cannot see any coalition forming in Congress with the mandate to get the reforms needed enacted-the very spooky primary fiscal deficit figures for February are just one of many indications of the need for a Government with the mandate to get legislation through Congress.
cerrito
04/3/2016
14:23
Brazilian stocks up sharply higher after the arrest of the former president in relation to petrobas corruption scandal. I am deep underwater in this one but its a relatively minor holding for me.
dr biotech
26/2/2016
20:23
City of London Investment Management Company Ltd RNS holdings increase to >5%
mister md
25/2/2016
19:39
chart trending upwards nicely. discount to nav. bottomed ?
mister md
23/2/2016
14:55
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-02-23/brazil-real-falls-as-goldman-sachs-cites-fiscal-insolvency-risk
soundbuy
22/2/2016
23:24
This broke the downtrend with some style today. Hope it follows on like so many other charts that have broken downtrends in just the same imanner in recent days on the back of $/£ and commodity price movements. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
aleman
22/2/2016
22:32
Huge jump in Brasilian employment numbers and stockmarket rose strongly in last month.Caution needed as strongly linked tp recent recovery in $/commodities. hTTp://www.tradingeconomics.com/brazil/employed-persons free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
aleman
16/2/2016
12:34
Strangely conflicting numbers coming from Brasil. Consumer credit is rising nicely and confidence jumped in January after a couple of unexpectedly good unemployment numbers. What are they spending consumer credit on if retail sales fell as it rose? hTTp://www.tradingeconomics.com/brazil/consumer-confidence
aleman
16/2/2016
11:54
from the Ft.. Brazil’s retail sales fell more than forecast in December, vindicating economists’ forecasts that the country’s consumers will begin to flag in the face of a protracted slowdown. Sales dropped 2.7 per cent in December, the worst monthly decline in at least a decade, according to Bloomberg data. They are down 7.1 per cent from a year ago, the country’s statistics agency said on Tuesday
llef
10/2/2016
18:32
I see Brasil smashed unemployment forecasts again. Both the last two months beat consensus forecasts by 0.5%. hTTp://www.tradingeconomics.com/brazil/unemployment-rate Wages start to rise again. hxxp://www.tradingeconomics.com/brazil/wages-in-manufacturing Consumer credit accelerated in November and December. hTTp://www.tradingeconomics.com/brazil/private-sector-credit Retail sales turn positive again. hTTp://www.tradingeconomics.com/brazil/retail-sales Brasilian stockmarket is up about 6% this year. Yellen needs to get out more. And just for good measure, a reminder of China vehicle sales: hTTp://www.tradingeconomics.com/china/total-vehicle-sales Funny global slowdown.
aleman
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