Aberdeen Standard Asia F... Dividends - AAS

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus Plc AAS London Ordinary Share GB0000100767 ORD 25P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
10.00 0.78% 1,290.00 08:00:18
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,290.00 1,290.00 1,290.00 1,280.00
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Aberdeen Standard Asia F... AAS Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
30/10/2019FinalGBX1431/07/201831/07/201914/11/201915/11/201911/12/201914
30/10/2019SpecialGBX531/07/201831/07/201914/11/201915/11/201911/12/20190
13/11/2018FinalGBX1331/07/201731/07/201820/12/201821/12/201822/01/201913
13/11/2018SpecialGBX431/07/201731/07/201820/12/201821/12/201822/01/20190
25/10/2017SpecialGBX431/07/201631/07/201702/11/201703/11/201707/12/20170
25/10/2017FinalGBX1231/07/201631/07/201702/11/201703/11/201707/12/201716
25/10/2016FinalGBX10.531/07/201531/07/201603/11/201604/11/201602/12/201610.5
28/10/2015FinalGBX10.531/07/201431/07/201505/11/201506/11/201504/12/201515
28/10/2015SpecialGBX4.531/07/201431/07/201505/11/201506/11/201504/12/20150
23/10/2014FinalGBX1031/07/201331/07/201406/11/201407/11/201405/12/201413
23/10/2014SpecialGBX331/07/201331/07/201406/11/201407/11/201405/12/20140
21/10/2013SpecialGBX331/07/201231/07/201330/10/201301/11/201306/12/20130
21/10/2013FinalGBX1031/07/201231/07/201330/10/201301/11/201306/12/201313
01/10/2012FinalGBX9.531/07/201131/07/201217/10/201219/10/201223/11/201212.5
01/10/2012SpecialGBX331/07/201131/07/201217/10/201219/10/201223/11/20120
06/10/2011FinalGBX9.531/07/201031/07/201126/10/201128/10/201102/12/201112.3
20/09/2011SpecialGBX2.831/07/201031/07/201126/10/201128/10/201102/12/20110
06/10/2010FinalGBX8.231/07/200931/07/201020/10/201022/10/201002/12/201010.1
06/10/2010SpecialGBX1.931/07/200931/07/201020/10/201022/10/201002/12/20100
12/10/2009FinalGBX431/07/200831/07/200921/10/200923/10/200927/10/20094
20/10/2008FinalGBX431/07/200731/07/200817/10/200819/10/200828/11/20084
20/10/2008SpecialGBX131/07/200731/07/200815/10/200817/10/200828/11/20080
30/11/2007FinalGBX3.4531/07/200631/07/200701/01/197001/01/197030/11/20073.45
30/11/2007SpecialGBX2.731/07/200631/07/200701/01/197001/01/197030/11/20070
20/10/2007FinalGBX3.4531/07/200631/07/200724/10/200726/10/200730/10/20083.45
10/10/2006SpecialGBX2.731/07/200531/07/200618/10/200620/10/200630/11/20060
10/10/2006FinalGBX3.4531/07/200531/07/200618/10/200620/10/200630/11/20063.45
13/10/2005FinalGBX3.4531/07/200431/07/200526/10/200528/10/200525/11/20053.45
28/09/2004FinalGBX3.131/07/200331/07/200413/10/200415/10/200426/11/20043.1
25/09/2003FinalGBX3.131/07/200231/07/200329/10/200331/10/200301/12/20033.1
03/10/2002FinalGBX2.6531/07/200131/07/200216/10/200218/10/200229/11/20022.65
03/10/2001FinalGBX231/07/200031/07/200110/10/200112/10/200130/11/20012
12/10/2000FinalGBX1.2231/07/199931/07/200023/10/200027/10/200030/11/20001.22
07/09/1999FinalGBX0.2631/07/199831/07/199920/09/199924/09/199922/10/19990.26
29/10/1998FinalGBX0.1131/07/199731/07/199809/11/199813/11/199809/12/19980.11

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
17/7/2020
14:17
davebowler: Fund Commentary HughYoung Hugh Young GabrielSacks Gabriel Sacks Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus Share prices of smaller companies in Asia rose in June, chalking up further gains for the second-quarter. Optimism about the nascent economic rebound bolstered sentiment amid further relaxing of COVID-19 lockdowns. However, worries over the ensuing resurgence in new infections in several countries tempered the mood. Geopolitical risks also ratcheted higher. We are cautious about the near-term outlook for global markets, given the apparent disconnect between equity prices and economic and corporate fundamentals. With the pace of recovery still uncertain, the sharp rally in equities feels a little ‘too much, too soon’. Governments are grappling with the delicate balancing act of re-opening economies while avoiding a resurgence in COVID-19 infections. What looks increasingly clear is that prolonged lockdowns are proving too costly for many emerging economies. Complicating matters further is the spike in US-China tensions, with the rift broadening out to areas other than trade. Notably, we are paying close heed to the rivalry in technology, which could disrupt smartphone supply chains and delay the rollout of 5G networks. In such a climate, it is no surprise that the outlook for corporate earnings has worsened. Many companies have lowered their profit forecasts, while dividend and capital spending are being cut where possible. In spite of all this, Asia remains well-positioned as the powerhouse of global growth. Smaller companies in the region have also not featured as prominently as recipients of investment flows, meaning valuations remain relatively attractive. Our focus continues to be on good quality companies that are able to weather the current storm. We believe the portfolio’s defensive characteristics, with companies exhibiting balance sheet strength, visible revenue streams and healthy profit margins, will be invaluable. We also favour market-leading businesses that are hitched to structural growth drivers in Asia. This encompasses trends that have boomed during the pandemic, such as e-commerce and greater adoption of technology, alongside longer-term shifts, including rising demand for healthcare and infrastructure. Our aim will be to take advantage of market gyrations, putting capital to work in our highest-conviction ideas while exiting those with declining prospects.
09/5/2018
22:28
chinahere: The CULS pay a dividend and may be eventually converted, but they would cost £1 each and there is nothing to sell now is there?
27/10/2017
21:05
the oak tree: In the papers: http://www.heraldscotland.com/business_hq/company_news/15620548.Asian_banks_help_drive_performance_of_Aberdeen_investment_trust/ Exert: “..........City Union Bank benefited from [Indian] Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation policy that drove consumers holding cash to place them in bank deposits instead and Tisco Financial was lifted by improving asset quality that outpaced that of the larger lenders,” the report said. “Separately, Tisco bought Standard Chartered’s Thai retail operations, which will be integrated into the group. The move, which we view positively, is in line with its long-term strategy.” Trust chairman Nigel Cayzer said India generally is presenting good investment opportunities for the trust, thanks to an “acceleration in economic growth”. China, on the other hand, is less attractive “owing to concerns over corporate governance and quality of smaller companies there”. Mr Cayzer added that the trust’s board is proposing a 12p final dividend for the year, which would take the total to 16p per share. If approved by shareholders that would represent a 52 per cent increase on the 10.5p paid out in 2016. The board is also proposing to pay a special dividend of 4p per share.
20/6/2017
16:39
chinahere: 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?
20/6/2017
16:13
chinahere: 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"
20/6/2017
13:20
davebowler: 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.
05/4/2017
14:49
davebowler: 4 Apr NAV Fully Diluted AAS Including Income 1202.92p
16/1/2017
18:33
chinahere: So these aren't like warrants then? Do you have to forgo the full nominal amount of CULS to get each AAS share?
08/4/2015
12:05
davebowler: Westhouse; Equity markets took the disappointing US non-farm payroll data in their stride. 2) Chinese equity markets continue to rally on the back of stimulus hopes. 3) We re-iterate our call to buy Fidelity China Special Situations Fund and India Capital Growth Fund. 4) If Indian equity markets consolidate, we might expect Pacific Assets Trust to underperform, based on its last announced portfolio. We therefore recommend a switch into Invesco Asia Trust* (IAT) and Aberdeen Asian Smaller Companies Investment Trust (AAS), for investors concerned about the Indian equity market.  
27/12/2012
13:49
sawadee3: No stopping AAS and ANW :-))
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