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AAS Abrdn Asia Focus Plc

280.00
0.00 (0.00%)
29 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Abrdn Asia Focus Plc LSE:AAS London Ordinary Share GB00BMF19B58 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 280.00 280.00 282.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt 45.3M 35.19M 0.2249 12.54 441.21M
Abrdn Asia Focus Plc is listed in the Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAS. The last closing price for Abrdn Asia Focus was 280p. Over the last year, Abrdn Asia Focus shares have traded in a share price range of 240.00p to 289.00p.

Abrdn Asia Focus currently has 156,457,978 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Abrdn Asia Focus is £441.21 million. Abrdn Asia Focus has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 12.54.

Abrdn Asia Focus Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2024
10:57
Gabriel Sacks, Fund Manager of abrdn Asia Focus plc, delves into the trust's strategies and the dynamics of investing in smaller companies across Asia, excluding Japan. Discover the untapped potential, thematic investment avenues, and valuable insights for navigating Asia's dynamic growth markets.
davebowler
16/5/2024
10:16
Discount must be near 16% now

No buy backs since late last month.

essentialinvestor
10/5/2024
09:46
Considering the share price of the CULs is only 3% away from being 'in the money' i.e.284/293p = .97 the current price of the CULs at 97p allows for that!
davebowler
10/5/2024
09:34
From LSE -
CULS Holders are reminded that on 4 February 2022 the sub-division of each fully paid ordinary share in the capital of the Company of 25 pence into 5 Ordinary Shares of 5p each, approved by shareholders on 27 January 2022 became effective and, in accordance with the terms of the Trust Deed, the conversion price of the CULS was automatically and pro rata adjusted from 1,465p to 293p.

davebowler
09/5/2024
09:36
AASC is another way into this.
davebowler
08/5/2024
12:04
Thanks DB. Gabriel's interview was very interesting. Enjoyed the other speakers too this morning
the deacon
08/5/2024
09:43
Gabriel Sacks -
davebowler
07/5/2024
20:04
I agree, this trust generally outperforms over many years. no way should it be on such a big discount, yet it is. Buy.
bitgold
30/4/2024
08:34
I notice that investment trust discounts in general are declining but the discount here has actually risen to a ludicrous 17%. Bizarre mispricing by the stock market. Given the attractive prospects for Asian small companies, I have been taking advantage of the discount by increasing my holding here.
biggest bill
26/4/2024
21:46
I agree. I note that FPT (AAS top holding) signed a deal with Nvidia a couple of days ago. Their stockpicking continues to be excellent
the deacon
26/4/2024
13:24
I really like this trust, it always seems to eke out a few extra % for the investors compared to other asian trusts. Hard to believe the high discount, so will continue investing.
bitgold
01/3/2024
10:05
Nice interview with Keplerhttps://youtu.be/r_5Kif3eu1M?si=yXU_TTPfVKPqGW6g
the deacon
07/1/2024
19:48
Continues to perform solidly despite general asian downturn, which suggests clever investment by the managers. A worthy long-term holding.
bitgold
28/5/2023
16:15
Outside of the important India and Indonesia, for me AAS pips the others to the post - Why?

1. Has the smallest percentage in China, Fidelity Asia has over double the percentage.

2.The largest percentage in Vietnam.

3. I also like how AAS has 9.9% invested in Malaysia and 7.1% in Thailand.

4. How also has none of its investment is in the USA as both Fidelity Asia and Scottish Oriental have.

loganair
28/5/2023
16:10
1/4 of German exports go to China and therefore Germany would not be in recession if China was not also struggling.

There's been no real Chinese re-opening therefore China's economy was not being held back by pandemic policies. The re-opening story was just a media creation - copper hasn't rebounded.

Private sector is not investing much in China at the moment as the housing sector is the weakness as this is where the Chinese have so much of their savings.

loganair
18/5/2023
13:36
loganair


your post, chat, chat & chat

What is the conclusion of your delving ?

Which of those Asian trusts do you think is the best ?

smithie6
18/5/2023
13:35
loganair


your post, chat, chat & chat

What is the conclusion of your delving ?

smithie6
04/5/2023
16:43
Still waiting for a "Far East/Pacific ex-Comunist-China" IT to invest in. Even an ETF would do.
vacendak
01/6/2022
09:48
Thanks Dave.


@Mushypeas
I seem to be able to get it on EQi (Equiniti).
I had checked last month and again today.

In the distant past I had to fill in a form with them to self-certify that I was an adult and wise enough to conduct trade in warrants and convertibles. :)

So you may need to look into the T&Cs of your provider and make sure you tick a similar box.

vacendak
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