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ASHM Ashmore Group Plc

1.70 (0.96%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.70 0.96% 178.90 324,548 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
178.30 179.00 180.20 178.20 178.60
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end 193.2M 83.3M 0.1169 15.30 1.27B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:52:37 O 2,212 178.90 GBX

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14/11/202318:15Ashmore Group Looking Good104
14/10/202007:01Ashmore Group – now in FTSE-250427
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Ashmore (ASHM) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-12-01 17:25:40179.08501897.21O
2023-12-01 17:23:30179.1047.16O
2023-12-01 17:22:10179.402,9505,292.24O
2023-12-01 17:18:45179.4321,32238,257.85O
2023-12-01 17:17:02179.09503900.80O

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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Ashmore Daily Update
Ashmore Group Plc is listed in the Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ASHM. The last closing price for Ashmore was 177.20p.
Ashmore currently has 712,740,804 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Ashmore is £1,274,380,558.
Ashmore has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 15.30.
This morning ASHM shares opened at 178.60p
Posted at 13/10/2023 12:30 by cerrito
I see that the only short more than 0.5% of share capital is Wellington with 0.79%,
Posted at 13/10/2023 12:23 by cerrito
When I read these rather disappointing but perhaps not very surprising results I asked myself if the market would be surprised and judging by the share price action it clearly has been.
I will not be selling as this represents my core EM holding and indeed apart from small holdings in BRLA and AAIF(which is not pure EM), I have no other EM exposure.
Posted at 11/10/2023 07:36 by cwa1
As ever, FWIW:-

* Ashmore ASHM.L : Jefferies cuts target price to 200p from 230p
Posted at 09/10/2023 10:26 by shawzie
The dividend may be sizeable, but the share price trend has been uncomfortable for the recent past few years and I expect that trend to continue for the present.
Posted at 20/7/2023 08:14 by velocytongo
Don't forget ASHM went long £ and short $ during the Truss madness and will be sitting on a massive FX gain.
Posted at 18/7/2023 08:28 by brucie5
Thanks Cerrito, I hold in an income folio and can see no reason to change my mind. EMs have a place in a diversified folio and this seems a good way of gaining exposure to any recovery while getting a dividend. The share price combined with yield looks attractive to me with above average income plus potential for good capital recovery. But then I also hold VOD!
Posted at 14/7/2023 14:12 by brucie5
Anyone aware of a broker update here? I'm curious to know what might be the implications for the dividend.
As 1jat says: BAD: outflows in FUM, which in current circs, is hardly surprising; but GOOD: performance.
According to div data the current yield stands at 7.80, making it a decent income share.
Posted at 14/7/2023 06:34 by 1jat
Todays quarterly update does not make great reading as outflows continue and were 5-6% although this would reflect client allocation decisions made earlier in the year.

The positive is investment performance….maybe that will change the flow towards the assets ASHM specialises in.

Overall ASHM is subscale….like many and could do with being part of a larger group.
Posted at 20/6/2023 15:46 by brucie5
Another overlooked dividend share?

I noticed this coverage by a rather thoughtful poster called 'Boon' on Stocko this month - since when the share price has come still further down.

BUY - Ashmore (LON:ASHM) – As the saying goes, fund managers make money in good and bad times. The last few years has been challenging for emerging market specialists such as Ashmore, which means we’re somewhat at the bottom of the cycle for EM fund managers. Yet, I can still get a 7% dividend yield (granted, not fully covered by earnings), a very strong cash positive balance sheet, and a very strong brand in the market. It is also still very much owner-owned and owner-operated, which is a business I love as it lets me sleep soundly at night. Especially for financial services firms, where too often the professional managers are in it just for their short-term bonuses. I do not know whether EM will be back in fashion with investors anytime soon. But for me, things can’t worse than they are. And if/when a recovery comes, EPS potential growth is 60%-100%, which should translate nicely to share price growth too. In the meantime, I’ll get to collect 7%+ dividends, which seem secure given the track record.


It also appears to be a house favourite at the IC, where Mark Robinso wrote this back in 2022:

Ashmore is one of our long-term buys and based on the strength of its balance sheet, an implied dividend yield in advance of 8 per cent and an enterprise/cash profit multiple of 3.7 (against a five-year average of 10.9), we think the current rating is compelling, even given the bumpy road ahead.

FWIW, I hold.
Posted at 14/10/2022 11:41 by kalai1
Ashmore Group plc, the specialist Emerging Markets asset manager, issued a trading update this morning. Assets Under management in the quarter ended 30 September 2022 declined by US$8.0 billion to $56 billion over the period, comprising net outflows of US$5.0 billion and negative investment performance of US$3.0 billion. The net outflows were predominantly a result of institutional investors reducing exposure in the external debt, local currency and blended debt themes, and local currency flows also include net redemptions of US$0.8 billion from overlay funds. Share price has been falling for 20 months now and is at 6 year lows, valuation is back to average. But with much of the global economy set to experience recession in 2022/23 there is little reason to expect the de-risking to stop just yet. ASHM is a solid specialist asset manager and is worth monitoring, but there is no reason to buy anytime soon....

...from WealthOracle

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