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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -2.11% 93.00 193,242 10:20:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
92.60 93.00 94.20 93.00 94.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 6.86 5.37 1.27 71.5 335
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:03:44 O 3,202 92.8996 GBX

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European Assets Daily Update: European Assets Trust Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EAT. The last closing price for European Assets was 95p.
European Assets Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 92.20p and a 12 week average price of 92.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 152p while the 1 year low share price is currently 92.20p.
There are currently 360,069,279 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 470,361 shares. The market capitalisation of European Assets Trust Plc is £338,465,122.26.
cwa1: 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.
jfinvestments: 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: 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).
fordtin: 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. .."
marktime1231: 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?
dodger777: Decent price currently to start buying in ? I know there might be more opportunities ahead but to get my foot in the door and a 7%ish dividend on current price looks decent value
catch007: Added some more at 108.5 to my SIPP & ISA holdings today looking ahead to August Dividends and hopefully a recovery in share price.
marktime1231: Added some in to my ISA at 115p to catch the ex-div but in the short term I suspect EAT might drift. (Edit ... rats, could of had these at 113p if only I had held nerve. Hey ho. Now the trick is spotting the bottom to double up ... 100p again?)
marktime1231: Looking at the remaining 6.6p dividend this year yield would be 5.5% if you can get some at 120p. Thereafter 6% of year-end NAV. Is the share price / NAV heading back to 140p+ from here, well I would hope so yes but it could also drift a bit further with inflation and economic drag in Europe as we overcome Omicron. You could hedge your bets by taking it in instalments eg some in case this is the low and some either if it dips lower and/or when it becomes clear values are on the rise again. Even though my average buy price is so much lower I mentally set myself a buy price of 120p, wondering whether there could be a 10% bounce ahoy.
marktime1231: Rounded up to four x 2.2p thank you Bank of Montreal or Threadneedle or whatever name you go by these days. To think you could have bought these under 80p during the covid crunch. Surprised an investment giant has not sought to replicate this model of converting a bit of growth in to top drawer distribution. Income investors would be lining up. The share price performance has been boosted by the narrowing of the discount, used to average around 10% now under 5%. If that trend continues to the point where EAT trades at a modest premium 2-3% we could arrive at that pivotal moment where the trust can expand, issue new stock at a small gain, propel itself forward using demand momentum. Why not, other income trusts with a solid track record do it. Nevertheless the performance of EAT rests on the growth of its basket of pan-European small and mid-caps, and as the man on the telly says they can go down as well as up. We can be happy with years of steady progress but that does not mean it will always be linear and so impressive.
marktime1231: And with today's progress to 135p I think EAT share price is hitting a 5-year and all-time high? Thank goodness I stuck with EAT through its bad patch. Since EAT converts asset value growth into dividends, by setting a 6% of year-end NAV as the payout, hopefully this means we can look forward to even better income next year. But it is NAV and not share price or the shrinking discount we need to watch. And remembering NAV gets diluted as Sterling gains on the Euro, so we are running into a slight breeze. NAV peaked at 145p recently and is now about 142p compared to 2020 year end at around 136p. Ending they year over 150p for a 9p+ annual dividend would be terrific.
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