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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
European Assets Trust Plc LSE:EAT London Ordinary Share GB00BHJVQ590 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.20 1.31% 92.80 92.60 93.00 93.40 92.40 92.80 433,047 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 6.9 5.4 1.3 71.3 334

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/6/2022
19:19
marktime1231: I did the very same for a small top up of 1000 shares at 93p and I follow the same logic as yourself. I remain heavily underwater with EAT. I also bought into SRE today at 90p and looking to increase my exposure in SERE given the dividend opportunity. GL
catch007
30/6/2022
13:13
I have used this year's contribution tax relief and some accumulated dividends to top up the EAT holding in my SIPP this morning at 93p, ahead of the 2.2p payday in July, with fingers crossed that we can hope for markets to stabilise and NAV 100p+ by year end.
marktime1231
29/6/2022
07:16
July Quarterly Dividend European Assets Trust PLC ("the Company") announces that a dividend of 2.2 pence per share will be paid on 29 July 2022 to shareholders on the register on 8 July 2022, having an ex-dividend date of 7 July 2022. In addition, t he Company has paid dividends of 2.2 pence per share in January and April 2022. It will also pay a further dividend of 2.2 pence per share in October 2022. These four interim dividends, with a cumulative total of 8.8 pence per share, provide an annual payment to shareholders representing six per cent of the closing net asset value per share of the Company as at 31 December 2021. As at 28 June 2022, the latest practicable date prior to publication of this announcement, an annual dividend of 8.8 pence per share represents a yield of 9.1 per cent calculated with reference to the Company's closing share price of 97.0 pence that day.
cwa1
18/6/2022
16:27
It's understandable to think that on ADVFN. The odd thing is how many decent investors are still on here despite the multitude of nutters. Most decent questions still get decent answers, though.
aleman
17/6/2022
17:02
It's set soon in the new year on Dec 31st NAV.
aleman
17/6/2022
16:52
0.0144p dividend per quarter at 96p NAV. A fairly big drop for the next year. I think there is a further drop coming and I hope it recovers in time for when they set the dividend from (I still don't know what date that is?).
jfinvestments
17/6/2022
15:57
nav 96 on 16-6-22
contango1
07/6/2022
23:06
Okay, well plenty of time and volatility ahead. I can see 6.5p being a likely amount which will be disappointing compared to this year's. Interestingly, over the last 6 months the performance Vs other EU based shares: https://twitter.com/FinanceJohnath1/status/1534289475240607745?t=tWX2wngCc2tUPanqG-qtTg&s=19I like that they have a good allocation to semiconductors etc in the portfolio and I bought big into this trust when it was at 99p just before full March 20 crash and I kept topping up throughout the pandemic. So I'm averaging a yield which is far higher than 6%. I will bulk buy at 98p and blow 90p on the next dips (if they happen) and partly make up for the predicted gap in dividend. 5 years time I think this share price will be above 200p and we'll have all doubled from here. For those seeking income and who don't need the money for a few years, this would offer £1000/1.03 would equal about 970 shares, which at 4.4 for the final two Qt would give ?£42. Then add on (6p div next year per share) that's about £58. I.e 10% income from 18 months. All depends on share price at year end but it's a risky market and this is still the beginning of a crash for me. (P.s. I hope I'm wrong).
jfinvestments
06/6/2022
22:05
A fall of 1.5-2p is looking very likely annoyingly. I still think it is a well run trust, but I have enjoyed the 2.2p dividend. When was/is year end?
jfinvestments
01/6/2022
13:57
NAV still recovering at 107.64p so the potential dividend for next year is growing again. Anything over 6p would be nice on my recent top-up.
aleman
18/5/2022
11:39
NAV dropped from 154p to 100p (-35%) and is now going up again. Allow for higher inflation, and that could be the bottom (at a fall of more than 40% after EU CPI of 7.4% - most of which occurred in just the last few months). 2 x 2.2p dividends to come this year and then it will reset. If it just goes up a bit that will be fine. If we get to 120p NAV and a 4 x 1.8p dividend, I'll be very happy, but 100p and 4 x 1.5p would not be the end of the world. I've bought some more as this looks good value for the longer term, barring a nasty escalation in Ukraine would that mess up everything anyway.
aleman
12/5/2022
10:26
Yesterday's nav 101p "indicated" dividend for 2023 6p. Discount to nav 3% average discount over the past year 7%. Suggesting an share price of 94p. Also bear in mind an share price and nav falling for 8 months
contango1
11/5/2022
18:35
Any dividend cut will take effect in 2023. The company pays out 6% of nav each year. If nav drops to £1 then the 2023 payout will be 6p and not 8.8p. We need nav to climd to around 140 - 150p to maintain the current level of divi next year. Good luck with that, I say.
lord gnome
11/5/2022
16:31
fordtin: Good point thank you, and one I am aware of hence I used the word 'May' in my commentary it is not certain. There has been a sea change in market sentiments in the past 6 weeks with the Ukrainian war impact I hope like you, dividends continue as the yield is excellent for an income portfolio hence my top up today. GL
catch007
11/5/2022
14:39
catch007 - I can't see EAT cutting the dividend any time soon having published the following only six weeks ago; "... a dividend of 2.2 pence per share will be paid on 29 April 2022 to shareholders on the register on 8 April 2022, having an ex-dividend date of 7 April 2022. In addition, the Company has paid a dividend of 2.2 pence per share in January 2022. It will also pay further dividends of 2.2 pence per share in July and October 2022. .." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/european-assets-EAT/share-news/European-Assets-Trust-PLC-Dividend-Declaration/87706739
fordtin
11/5/2022
13:54
Had a nibble at 98.6p this morning to add to my holding. Sell off way overdone imho and though may suffer further falls in short term will recover in time. I suspect the divi may be trimmed however will remain attractive at these levels. GLA
catch007
09/5/2022
19:56
Shares tend to fall fastest towards their ultimate destination after the £1 threshold crossed. Just an observation. This may be brutal, but it's an income IT, so a case of safety in numbers...
brucie5
09/5/2022
13:43
The trick to investing in EAT is to buy in when you think the share price will be higher at 31 Dec next, then if all goes to plan you are buying a 6%+ future dividend. Look beyond the short term payments, and the next one is months away yet. I was waiting for under 100p to double up, but I am still not sure what the bottom is or what the year end might bring. Could we see something in the 80s even?
marktime1231
07/5/2022
21:44
Back to £1. A break below would be interesting.
brucie5
04/5/2022
17:02
Added by >10% today, and it'll no doubt get lower still.
brucie5
28/4/2022
08:37
Almost certainly as it will be 6% of year end NAV
panshanger1
28/4/2022
08:30
The dividend they pay in future may well be lower than the current dividend.
rcturner2
28/4/2022
07:57
Panshanger1, are you suggesting the dividend will be much lower than currently offered ?
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