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
  +1.50p +0.29% 523.50p 524.00p 524.50p 529.00p 521.00p 522.00p 1,288,159 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 285.7 191.3 22.6 23.2 3,731

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15/8/2007
12:11
Looks like opportunistic trading from them. I wonder when they'll start pumping their own money into the AHL or the ESS funds like the Goldman Sachs crowd had to with their quant fund.
liquidkid
15/8/2007
11:25
LiquidKid, thanks for that. It covers all I need to know. But questions why the directors in RAB Capital and MAN making huge purchases now, when the credit crunch is at its hit. IS this merely a smokescreen, similiar to the ECB and the US attempts last week to prop up the markets?
contrarian2investor
15/8/2007
11:12
Start with this, EMLIP, is the flagship fund, (Ashmore Emerging Markets Liquid Investment Portfolio) http://funds.ft.com/funds/ashmore/managementcompanyguernsey/AZEMLI MEXID: AZEMLI The main risks associated with a diversified emerging market debt portfolio, as for other risk and credit markets, come from global liquidity and levels of investor aversion. Which I'd say is pretty problematic right now.
liquidkid
15/8/2007
10:46
ncp3 thanks for your reply.
contrarian2investor
14/8/2007
18:33
contrarian2investor - I sold out near £3 but still rate this stock despite Jim Pettigrew leaving and may get back in when I have freed up some cash. I'm not sure if ASHM are exposed to the sub-prime fallout, so would suggest you view their website/products.
ncp3
07/8/2007
14:50
ncp3 are you still on board? I've been trying to evaulate this stock and the recent freefall is bit concerning. Are they exposed to any of the sub-prime fallout. All comments and feedback will be appreciated. c2i
contrarian2investor
27/7/2007
14:46
probably a bad idea but a small top up today c.223p
its the oxman
17/7/2007
09:21
Just to clarify the figures, "AUM went from $29.2 to 31.6bn with net subscriptions totalling US$2.3bn across its investment themes" and 100mn from asset appreciation - thats a QoQ return of 0.34% pretty pretty low. As long as people keep chucking money at them they'll headline like they are growing but that underlying performance has to turn around as soon as.
liquidkid
17/7/2007
08:12
too early, but aum still growing nicely
its the oxman
20/6/2007
16:08
bought back in today - 285p
its the oxman
12/6/2007
14:31
sold out a while back c.320p - gettingtempted to buy back now nearly through 280p
its the oxman
18/4/2007
08:37
there we go - positive trading update 310p now and more to come
its the oxman
16/4/2007
21:46
feels like clear break through 300p is not far away now
its the oxman
22/3/2007
08:13
touching 300p today
its the oxman
05/3/2007
13:22
well bought in today c.252p - i see evg now forecasting 19.1p eps for 2008 and 7.9p div
its the oxman
27/2/2007
08:47
comments on results?
its the oxman
15/2/2007
09:30
Stock had significantly high trading volume yesterday, with some very large transactions. I suspect this stock is being accumulated by the institutions. AQP has had something of a similar rise to this stock, rising 50% this year alone. I've taken my profits on AQP, but have had to add to my holdings on ASHM. All signs are that there is substantially more upside to this stock.
marlonbrando
14/2/2007
12:19
Interims due on the 27th Feb. Anticipaition is high and high growth expectation for this stock is a mouth watering prospect. Almost 50% rise in 3 months and its only just off the starting blocks. Much much more expected. Jim's pedigree is unchallenged by any commentator.
marlonbrando
16/1/2007
09:32
So not a lot of upside left in 2007 considering that the company 'product' is emerging markets debt. But Jim Pettigrew seems the sort of manager to surprise. A good manager can be worth 20% more than is 'expected' from a company taken in 'general'. I'm not a buyer yet, but on close watch.
hectorp
13/1/2007
11:51
11.01.2007 (251.75) Investors locked in profits following the release of the firm's trading statement which prompted Goldman Sachs to raise its target price to 294 pence from 286, and to reiterate its 'buy' rating, dealers said. Earlier, the specialist emerging markets asset manager said trading across its investment themes continues to be in line with its expectations and added it "remains confident" of its prospects for the current financial year. Goldman Sachs said the trading statement is broadly neutral in terms of its earnings projection. However, it thought the higher asset levels are likely to lead to an increase in management fees, partially offset by lower performance fees in 2007. It considers this revenue mix shift supportive of the valuation, given the higher multiples ascribed to management fees versus performance fees. As ever, please DYOR!
ncp3
06/1/2007
21:38
thanks ncp3 very interesting article even more bullish now have decided to tuck away for my retirement
6lucky
06/1/2007
18:03
http://www.financialdirector.co.uk/financial-director/features/2171663/stand-deliver
ncp3
04/1/2007
13:34
got in today for 2007 share holding for the rest of year can see doubling easily buy @ 2.49999p per share BIG SAVING OF .0001P FROM REAL TIME
6lucky
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