Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fidelity Asian Values Plc LSE:FAS London Ordinary Share GB0003322319 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50p -0.85% 410.00p 411.00p 413.00p 410.00p 410.00p 410.00p 25,840 12:02:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 8.7 4.6 5.7 71.9 291

Fidelity Asian Values Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/12/2016
15:38
Nothing here! Still.....
mozy123
07/12/2016
18:23
They've arrived!
typo56
07/12/2016
11:23
Still no FASS allocation in my Selftrade account. A bit slack.
typo56
06/12/2016
19:10
Not yet with HL - although the dividend was credited early this morning
mozy123
06/12/2016
16:44
Have you all received you subscription share allocations? IGG credited to my account today (and they were even tradeable as FASS) but Selftrade haven't.
typo56
01/12/2016
12:26
I'm new to these things but afaik, there's no overall benefit to shareholders and the subscription shares are higher risk, being a leveraged security. Vote is tomorrow I think.
cordwainer
26/10/2016
10:22
does anyone get the benefits of the subscription shares - surely if you can still buy in the market at a discount that would be preferable? Perhaps I am being silly.
nimbo1
27/6/2008
22:00
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micolli
03/10/2007
08:41
Far East's a bit volatile today - still, these are up again. Just hope FJV follows suit soon.
cyborg27
02/10/2007
08:36
Powering ahead now.
bsg
05/12/2006
20:13
Today it was announced that there will be 12,190,111 warrants left unexercised. At the AGM, the resolutions passed under Special Business included... A Special Resolution granting the Company authority to purchase up to 14.99% of its own shares in issue on 2 October 2006 for cancellation. The maximum number of shares authorised to be purchased is 14,017,368 ordinary shares. Surely it is in everyone's interest for FAS to offer, say, 105p for these warrants (exercised) for cancellation?
foster
23/11/2006
11:34
Hhmm....NAV up again.
mart
23/11/2006
11:02
FAS has climbed steadily and consistently over the last few months and has still not reached its previous highs. FASW (warrants) need to be exercised by November 30th - but that leaves a good week for further increases in the underlying
sandbank
21/11/2006
11:22
The volatility in FASW is creating opportunities, BUT....
mart
15/11/2006
11:00
NAV now reached 115p. FASW potentially good value, although EXPIRY DATE VERY CLOSE.
mart
07/11/2006
11:44
NAV showing steady increase over the last week or so.
mart
28/4/2006
08:58
Nice discount to NAV now: more so for the ordinaries.
mart
04/4/2006
15:14
there we go at last... doing a bit better here.
hectorp
04/4/2006
14:19
Yep, I'm still accumulating.
mart
04/4/2006
09:03
yes, FAS up again now... when will the warrant catch up... it lagged Monday, and today so far, Warrant should be up at least a penny ( 11% ) since Yesterday morning. Might be worth a limit order to buy some more...
hectorp
03/4/2006
17:05
Not too tired!
mart
17/3/2006
07:42
The Far East looks tired...
hectorp
09/3/2006
11:55
same with TEM... however I now favour FAS and FASW because 'emerging' markets may suffer from the rise in Mainstream countries like the US raising interest rates. Also tehre is no warrant on TEM. KOrea, Malaysia Taiwan etc not 'emerging' so much as rapidly developing to Western standards. I may top up but I already hold loads from 10.5p two months ago.
hectorp
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