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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
  1.00 0.95% 106.50 105.50 107.50 - 751,286 15:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 7.9 1.8 55.8 383

European Assets Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/10/2020
07:34
Very steady here and nice diversification if your looking for income Gearing has been reduced
panshanger1
16/9/2020
19:01
Just looked at that a few minutes ago myself Nipper; looking very promising at the moment, but another 15 weeks or so is a long time to hold my breath in hope. I also welcomed the decision at start of year to state dividends in sterling from the outset, taking the FX uncertainty out of the equation. All the best NSB
north sea boy
16/9/2020
16:11
Recovered well during the past four months .If the net asset value holds or even increases up to the new year the dividend pay out for next year will be rewarding.
nipper66
25/8/2020
09:07
All quiet here Recovered nicely from Cov 19 lows Decent dividend and reasonable discount still
panshanger1
01/5/2020
08:51
I actually sold out yesterday morning after a good run. It has been in my portfolio for several years and been one of my disappointments. Good luck.
andyj
01/5/2020
06:42
EAT did well yesterday contrary to the markets in general. it could head back towards 86p today, and lower in time given impact of c-19 on eurozone. Good dividend. I'm sticking with it.
jfinvestments
20/3/2020
11:14
Up 12.8% - but beware panic-buyers.....
asmodeus
20/3/2020
08:37
All comes to those who wait LG. Have taken a few of these in anticipation of the next crisis ...
colonel a
18/10/2019
08:34
Ha! Me too. Sold mine three years ago to help finance a House move. Ok for income but the share price has gone nowhere. Europe staring recession in the face so I can't see any improvement in the short term. Better yield and better prospects elsewhere but it stays on the watch list in case of a bargain purchase opportunity.
lord gnome
18/10/2019
08:19
Or....doesn't earn enough to justify the yield :) Held EAT once - but only once.
spectoacc
18/10/2019
07:46
Yes, that's the policy. A few others do that as well. Stock picking is not constrained solely by income considerations.
lord gnome
18/10/2019
05:55
EAT generous divi but often paid out of capital?
spectoacc
18/10/2019
00:32
Total return from Sharepad, share price is effectively where it was at start of 2014
tudes100
18/10/2019
00:02
Is that total return? The dividend is policy is very generous here.
andyj
17/10/2019
12:57
My favoured European quoted exposure.
andyj
23/9/2019
16:49
Is this trust any good?
hugepants
22/5/2019
06:02
@carl - I also left iii on the fee raise. I use x-o - they're basic and hard work occasionally, but significantly better than I used to find Halifax (x-o do at at least reply to emails if there's problems; haven't actually used iweb, am going back a few years). Jarvis being listed gives me a little more confidence too.
spectoacc
21/5/2019
20:33
Any of you chaps recommend brokers X-O(by jarvis) or iweb-sharedealing(by halifax)? ii have increased theres fees again(from £90 a year to now £120/£240), I think its time I finally left them... Both x-o and iweb have a simple flat trade fee of £5.95 per trade and have no monthly/yearly admin fees or inactivity fees.
carlsagan1
16/11/2018
07:24
Migration to the United Kingdom - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/european-assets-tst--eat-/rns/migration-to-the-united-kingdom/201811160700035462H/ European Assets Trust N.V. ("the Company") is pleased to announce that it expects to bring forward proposals to its shareholders to migrate the legal seat and structure of the Company from the Netherlands to the United Kingdom. There will be no change to the investment policy or dividend policy as a result of this migration and the investment team will also remain the same. The Company has established a subsidiary European Assets Trust PLC to act as its successor vehicle. The Company believes that the benefits associated with the proposed migration include: · a simplified corporate structure. European Assets Trust PLC will be a United Kingdom resident investment trust, an investment vehicle that is widely accepted and understood in the UK intermediated and direct (retail) marketplace; · a single jurisdiction for current and future regulation - the United Kingdom; · a reduction in the ongoing charges rate; and · a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange and eligibility for inclusion in the FTSE UK Index Series. European Assets Trust PLC will not be listed in the Netherlands. Subject to receipt of certain regulatory approvals and other consents which are currently being sought, the migration will be proposed to shareholders of the Company. It is anticipated that the Company will provide a further update during the week commencing 26 November 2018.
speedsgh
02/2/2017
12:53
That looks a bit breaky outy
luckymouse
26/10/2016
06:31
A fairly honest assessment in today's Interim Management Statement: "While our portfolio delivered a good absolute return, it was disappointing to give back some further relative performance following a difficult first half of the year. Indeed this continues to be a very challenging period for the portfolio. We are however pleased that our shareholders are still seeing a positive total return this year, though in truth, we have the depreciation of Sterling to thank for most of that. "
spectoacc
24/10/2016
15:41
@lizafl - fair point. "4th of 4 better than 40th of 40" about the best response I can think of.
spectoacc
24/10/2016
14:31
Yes, SpectoAcc, you're quite right. I'd forgotten about the effect of the widening discount. In fact checking on Trustnet, I see that NAV performance is in a rising trend. However, EAT's 1 year and 3 year performance figures put it 4th out of 4 trusts in its sector. Perhaps that explains the rising discount?
lizafl
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