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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.00 1.24% 244.00 58,694 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
241.00 247.00 247.00 247.00 247.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 9.62 2.94 7.52 32.4 383
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:12 AT 400 247.00 GBX

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Posted at 29/11/2022 08:20 by Abrdn Asia Focus Daily Update
Abrdn Asia Focus Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAS. The last closing price for Abrdn Asia Focus was 241p.
Abrdn Asia Focus Plc has a 4 week average price of 228p and a 12 week average price of 224p.
The 1 year high share price is 303p while the 1 year low share price is currently 224p.
There are currently 156,953,631 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 46,855 shares. The market capitalisation of Abrdn Asia Focus Plc is £382,966,859.64.
Posted at 01/6/2022 08:12 by davebowler
AASC gives the right to convert at £2.93 per AAS share up to 2025 and gives downside protection of £1
Posted at 06/5/2022 14:24 by vacendak
I am considering getting into AAS.

I used to own some CULS years ago for Utilico, now UIL Ltd, (UTL) but the rules were simpler than for these with what appear to be floating conversion terms.

Any cheap advice on either buying only AAS or a mix of AAS and AASC?

Posted at 27/1/2022 10:14 by gerry53
Nav falls by 9p per share as per the AR.
Posted at 13/1/2022 18:36 by alan pt
"I understand that NAV reduces about 10% if the conv. loan notes are converted to shares, so imo the share price is at 0% discount to the NAV."

Care to explain the logic behind this, it doesn't make sense to me?

Posted at 13/1/2022 15:18 by smithie6
RNS today

"Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus plc Including 1616.47p Ordinary
with Debt at Fair Value Income"

Same valuation 2-3 weeks ago was 1680p-1695p

NAV has fallen ~70p but the share price has not.

(I understand that NAV reduces about 10% if the conv. loan notes are converted to shares, so imo the share price is at 0% discount to the NAV....not attractive imo, I am sure that the share price will drift down.

Posted at 12/1/2022 13:04 by smithie6
Interesting

The reported NAV has notably fallen, 60-70p.

But not the share price.
A high chance that the share price will track the NAV & decline a bit.

Posted at 01/12/2021 20:43 by chinahere
Yes, that was the one thing I didn't like - my name may suggest otherwise - lol.

I do think it is still a good price here though and should hopefully perform.

Posted at 12/8/2021 12:01 by davebowler
11 Aug NAV for AAS -Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus plc 1563.29p
Fully Diluted Including Income

Posted at 17/7/2020 13:17 by davebowler
Fund Commentary



HughYoung
Hugh Young

GabrielSacks
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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.

Posted at 18/1/2020 23:33 by chinahere
I like the discount and share buybacks but how well does this fund perform against other Asian focused funds / ITs?
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