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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Baring Emerging Europe Plc LSE:BEE London Ordinary Share GB0032273343 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00 -1.15% 518.00 500.00 536.00 0.00 0.00 - 11,829 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 6.3 5.4 35.1 14.8 68

Baring Emerging Europe Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/1/2006
12:46
Yes, its been an excellent performer.
chester
09/1/2006
12:44
Up over a third since that 20% October dip - nice for anyone who bravely bought then. Up 90% from a year ago - so even those who held through the dip did well.
m.t.glass
09/1/2006
11:58
:-) been here for nearly two years now - this is fun ll
loss-leader
09/1/2006
09:37
One of the best performing Investment Trusts in the market. Up 8% in the past week..........
popout
03/1/2006
14:15
Testing that October high now..
m.t.glass
29/12/2005
17:02
Well, a more sensible climb out of the October slump. Much prefer this steady progress to the rocket trail of early autumn. Especially if I miss the start of the fall ! Japanese IT's look to have similarly steep curves - let's hope they don't regress quite so badly.
hgiderek
17/11/2005
13:43
a big jump is share price today ..making the difference to NAV almost negligible. I will watch today's NAV announcement to see if there is a similar jump ahead. P
loss-leader
19/10/2005
13:05
That's the gamble. Sod's law dictates that the bounce comes the minute you've sold. Any good news (partic re avian flu fizzling out) would see a rebound. I traded EST on the dead cat bounce a couple of weeks ago and don't hold currently. If I did I'd hold but wouldn't add yet. I do hold BEE though, which I add to monthly through the savings scheme. So I'm not too fussed at the present sell-off as it means I'll be buying some more cheaper.
stillbroke
19/10/2005
12:51
Thanks for the reply. Would you recommend getting out of the stock for the moment ? - although it has fallen a lot from the peak already.
midasmonkey
19/10/2005
11:13
Avian flu in Eastern Europe, oil price decline, wider market sell-off affecting riskier emerging markets disproportionately.
stillbroke
19/10/2005
11:06
Can anyone explain why this has fallen so much recently please ?
midasmonkey
06/10/2005
11:01
EST bounce lagging this if anyone is interested.
stillbroke
06/10/2005
10:07
regardless i have bought in twice on the way down.the second time hopefully at the bottom. we live in hope :-)
oniabsta
06/10/2005
09:55
Don't worry it is the nature of the volatility of this type of stock. Some Investors not sure what is going on and this promotes some selling. As said on this BB there is real value in Europe and this will come through. I am heavily into this area and have been for years. Have faith there is huge restructuring and de-regulation going on, capitalism has taken hold.
slug
06/10/2005
09:33
Same on EST, so it's not specific to this one fund.
m.t.glass
06/10/2005
09:25
does anyone know whats going on here ? this is a hell of a fall even in this market
oniabsta
24/9/2005
13:44
I never buy unit trusts, so the Jupiter fund is not for me. But its statements and observations do contribute to the territorial picture.
m.t.glass
24/9/2005
13:25
It'll be interesting to see if the expected outcome of tomorrow's Polish general election has an impact on the attitudes of fund managers. There is certainly every likelihood that the tax system there will be heavily altered, and that investment relationships between Russia and Poland will change.
m.t.glass
24/9/2005
09:12
http://www.citywire.co.uk/News/NewsArticlePrint.aspx?VersionID=77213 Despite their astronomical rise, central and eastern European stockmarkets are still attractively valued, argues Jupiter fund manager Elena Shaftan. Citywire A-rated Shaftan, whose £215 million Jupiter Emerging European Opportunities fund celebrates its third anniversary this week, believes central Europe is currently on a price/earnings ratio of just 11 times and also sees good value in Russia.
stillbroke
21/9/2005
21:36
'Raj Shant, manager of the Newton Continental European fund, sold all his eastern European stocks six months ago.' LOL! Wonder if he collected his P45?
stillbroke
21/9/2005
21:29
Look at the negative broker comments in May 2005 (post 5) ... and see how they relate to the chart ;o)
m.t.glass
21/9/2005
21:25
Nephin - thanks. I'm moving over to buying and trading indices and ITs 100% as I can do without checking all the RNSs with baited breath at 7am. My trading costs should fall as well as my blood pressure. Edit - not to mention the time wasted reading bulletin boards ;) I think BEE has risen on the back of the oil price largely.
stillbroke
21/9/2005
21:03
BEE 80% gain over the past 12 months. Revamped the header. Added recent breakdown of main holdings. Removed outdated annual report. Changed mix of charts (with link to Post 1 in which EST vs BEE charts are now overlaid for comparison).
m.t.glass
21/9/2005
20:44
Stillbroke: I'm new to this this share but I know exactly what you mean about Investment Trusts - have a look at the graph on MNE. I.Ts might be considered boring but they make money and more to the point they do not fall to bits overnight like many shares do. Good Luck. Nephin
nephin
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