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EAT European Assets Trust Plc

0.60 (0.73%)
Last Updated: 15:50:58
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
European Assets Trust Plc EAT London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.60 0.73% 82.40 15:50:58
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
82.50 82.20 82.50 81.80
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European Assets EAT Dividends History

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Posted at 23/11/2023 18:47 by investingdad
I have said elsewhere that this rally could continue to year end given the bankers will want to finish the year up. Nav currently around 90p, so momentum needs to keep going and then maintain for a decent dividend return. Hopefully not falling again before the NY.
Posted at 17/11/2023 14:52 by essentialinvestor
There's some fantastic value in UK IT's, I built a recent aggressive position
in BRSC, JMI and MTU, which has paid off at least short term. Intend to close
a % of those today, JMI has gone XD as well, so also have the annual divi
(one of the few IT's that pay once a year).

The EAT payout is too high and weighing on longer term performance.
I've recently bought in as sentiment towards European small caps is
on the floor ATM and that may hopefully reverse somewhat over the next 12 months.

If war spreads in the ME it alters the outlook significantly, however there are
always risks and reasons not to buy something.
Posted at 06/10/2023 16:06 by investingdad
I'll be adding over the next 5 years, at these prices although I will be disappointed by the NAV and resulting income loss from dividend change. It is a good enough trust. It will get back to 100p and then to 150p. But not this year, nor do I think next. But sentiment will change.
Posted at 24/9/2023 12:19 by essentialinvestor
A large slug of their dividend appears to come from capital, that's the salient point.

Now some may be fine with this, however it merits at least a mention,
if not some discussion.
Posted at 18/9/2023 18:16 by essentialinvestor
EAT v MTE, any views appreciated.
Posted at 18/9/2023 18:07 by investingdad
Looks like EAT is selling off today due to this. Mild technical recession' forecast in eurozoneS&P Global Market Intelligence are predicting a "mild technical recession" in the eurozone, in the second half of this year.Currently, US is the only direction of travel for investors. Arguably India too based on the trusts I hold. I think momentum from increasing price forecast may help the US but it is over valued and certainly not cheap. There will be a correction there at a point too as indexes are being driven by an increasing small amount of stocks. Europe will take time to recover, however, EAT has hit my near term numbers today below 84p is buying opportunity for me. I'll add this week. The current Nav hanging around 93.3p is opposite to what we are all hoping for, hopefully it can resist a sell off whilst setiment isn't through the floor.
Posted at 30/8/2023 12:12 by investingdad
A very good post Mark!Today's NAV 96.33 , with the right momentum it can press higher. Obviously, lots will be made from the ECB and its interest hiking process so it is anything but guaranteed. I have held EAT for a while, I have sold out of other growth focused trusts when needed to, and let this tick along. 150p was the selling point of the current cycle, however there will always be another if you have time. I have been buying throughout this year and previously. When it is below 90p I buy, and below 80p (rarely) I buy a lot more. My yield is double digit, so beating inflation and not having to move about too much. However, capital is down as we know the share price is sub 90p. But if you have time and can afford to be patient, it is a solid trust, in my opinion.
Posted at 30/8/2023 11:19 by marktime1231
Remember it is NAV not share price which sets the dividend. Last year we ended in a dip at around 97p. It would not take much of a rally from here to end 2023 at that mark or higher.

The surges to 120p+ and 150p+ in recent years now seem distant and show how sensitive even sound diverse stock portfolios are to macro economic factors. The income those phases produced was superb though, and the possibility that we will see those days again is a good argument for accumulating EAT while the share price is at such a historically low level.

In previous cycles I have forgotten or chosen not to top-slice and bank some gains, perhaps that was a mistake in hindsight but the rewards for holding on have been good.
Posted at 28/4/2023 11:05 by marktime1231
We have to be patient for the recovery here and we will be well rewarded. A double discount indeed.

What's the betting that hl delay crediting the EAT dividend to our accounts today and cling on to the cash over the long weekend. Something like this happens every time, can't be an accident. (Landed in ajb first thing this morning).
Posted at 29/3/2023 21:53 by investingdad
Thank you! I can't say I am massively surprised by the underperformance but it is a big difference between EAT and the index. It has been a tough year for EAT given lots of geopolitical issues on the doorstep. I think the final paragraph on outlook says it all, credit tightens from here. That will make it harder for many smaller companies, but also could dampen retail spending. It will be interesting to see.But under 90p this is always worth buying in my opinion. I added just below 89p recently. Build the dividend yield for when the portfolio turns around in time. It may be some years before we see 8.8p dividend however.

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