Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashmore Group Plc LSE:ASHM London Ordinary Share GB00B132NW22 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 483.60p 483.80p 484.20p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 316.3 219.9 26.6 18.2 3,447

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/3/2016
08:15
Picking up a lot of momentum. Risk-on for Emerging Markets. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
03/3/2016
13:31
Making a decent recovery.
philo124
03/3/2016
13:18
Richard - yes, has gone XD today (day before the Record Date), so impressive share price action in the circumstances.
speedsgh
03/3/2016
12:27
I'm pretty sure that ex div is today which makes the rise today quite unusual, checked their website which is not conclusive, says the register date is tomorrow, the 4th, which is normally the day after ex div day. We'll see tomorrow, ADVFN has ex div today.
richardbroughton
03/3/2016
09:05
Divi 4.55p. Paid 1st Apr. XD tomorrow?
sat69
17/2/2016
09:08
Ashmore well positioned when sentiment returns - HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-barclays-anglo-american-and-intercontinental/a882830?ref=citywire-money-picture-galleries-list#i=4 Emerging markets investment company Ashmore (ASHM) is well positioned for when confidence in markets returns but risks remain. Peel Hunt analyst Stuart Duncan retained his ‘buy’ recommendation but reduced the target price from 330p to 270p. The shares fell 1.4% to 210.4p yesterday. ‘We reduce our forecasts and target price to reflect the ongoing challenges from emerging market exposure,’ he said. ‘The asset class potentially offers attractive returns but investors remain unconvinced. When sentiment returns, Ashmore is well positioned. The yield remains short-term compensation, although this is not without risk given the reduced earnings expectations.’
speedsgh
15/1/2016
07:56
Closed the long-held short position. From ~295p (Dec2014). Had to pay out a full dividend.
alphahunter
06/11/2015
14:31
Will the Fed make a decisive move at last? Barclays reverses Fed call from March to December http://on.ft.com/1kyBunU
alphahunter
10/10/2015
13:20
Including this Dec divi £803 in total but still down £1.3k on initial £7.4k investment. If they maintain divi at current level and share price is at today's level i will be okay in 4 years time. I believe the share price is only rising now due to the delay in US interest rate rise. I don't understand Ashmore's investment business but their funds under management have been reducing of late. Good luck but be careful.
coolhandfluke
09/10/2015
22:45
Just added the chart from flotation. Looks like you bought near the top! At least you've had a few nice divi payments. I've only put in £3k and my target is £3 though I'm getting itchy fingers.
sat69
09/10/2015
12:06
I bought Nov 2013 for the divi. Just need the share price to advance a further £1.20 from today's price and I can get my £7k back.
coolhandfluke
07/10/2015
16:57
I bought last month for the divi. Good to be back in profit!
sat69
02/10/2015
07:21
I xold TEMIT but held here.fwiw.
philo124
01/10/2015
23:16
"The signs are that outflows are coming from institutional investors as well as retail. That institutions may also be capitulating is certainly a bad sign" - Charles Collyns, IIF chief economist
alphahunter
01/10/2015
23:06
Investors pulled US$40 billion (S$57 billion) out of emerging markets in the third quarter - the worst fund outflow since the global financial crisis, according to the Institute of International Finance (IIF). Emerging markets have enjoyed a positive flow of funds in recent years - more cash being invested than taken out - but the gloss has long gone. Concerns over China's accelerating slowdown, the worsening commodities slump and jitters over higher United States interest rates are unnerving fund managers, who are voting with their feet. There was some respite a fortnight ago when cash starting coming back following the US Federal Reserve's decision to hold off on a rate hike but that blip of optimism vanished by last week. Investors sold off about US$19 billion of equities and US$21 billion in debt during the quarter, said the IIF report on Tuesday. This is the biggest negative quarterly flow since the fourth quarter of 2008, when investors sold US$105 billion of assets.
alphahunter
26/9/2015
15:15
Directors selling this week. Where has the smart money gone then?
alphahunter
26/9/2015
01:41
FT, today Once upon a time people thought central banks could boost business investment by lowering interest rates. Thus America had its Large-Scale Asset Purchase programmes, which, according to the Fed, lowered longer-term Treasury yields. Again, according to the Fed, part of the appeal of these purchases was the impact they would have on investors with fixed income liabilities. Unable to hit their return targets with safer bonds they would be forced to buy riskier instruments, which, in theory, should improve the flow of credit to businesses and households and therefore spending. The plan worked, from a certain point of view. Most of the US government bonds bought by the Fed were sold by foreigners, and for the most part they used their proceeds to buy newly issued dollar-denominated corporate bonds. The problem was that these new bonds overwhelmingly funded companies outside the US, often firms based in emerging market countries that wanted to exploit the yield spread between local currency financial assets and dollar liabilities.
alphahunter
21/9/2015
12:14
September's flows aint no good so far. Will the FED's procastination reverse EM's recent debt pain in the next few weeks?
alphahunter
16/9/2015
20:25
I'm holding on to this one as it heads steadily upwards. Happy to hold with the promised dividend.
micos
10/9/2015
10:59
Following the Q, a few modest cuts in price targets from brokers. FT article with a negative bias - market conditions not company specific. Bought some Henderson this am @260p - so relative value here we come!
alphahunter
08/9/2015
11:15
Sound fixed-cost control, FX and performance fee saved the day. Dividend upped by 1%. Sharp fall in AUM up to June and data suggest that this had got worst in the summer for the EM debt industry. Numis to upgrade? Keep the [edit] short position as it is. Stock up 5.5% @ 257p.
alphahunter
08/9/2015
08:25
Most impressively they didnt cut the dividend and in fact increased it....shares now yielding around 6.5% which should hopefully put a floor under the price.
nav_mike
08/9/2015
07:55
Decent statement.
philo124
04/9/2015
18:18
Thanks chaps, I'm aware that this is a crowded trade. I feel that the Management was over-confident about the return of smart money into emerging debt. They did not buy shares following their statement of guarded confidence. Outflow out of emerging debt funds has been relentless in the last 6 weeks. Naturally, a) some of Ashmore funds are close-end / discretionary portfolios which alleviates some of the risk for shrinking AUM and b) the share is quoted in £ yet the business generates $-revenues - which should alleviate the impact of the weak local-currency debt markets, but I still think that there is a downside risk to revenues. Sadly, I don't have the time nor the insight of a broker to find out wether their funds outperform their respective indices / peers. Ashmore launched a Chinese equity fund at the end of June.
alphahunter
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