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JEMA Jpmorgan Emerging Europe Middle East & Africa Securities Plc

0.40 (0.3%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jpmorgan Emerging Europe Middle East & Africa Securities Plc LSE:JEMA London Ordinary Share GB0032164732 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.3% 132.80 50,608 16:35:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
130.00 135.60 135.00 135.00 135.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end -352.83M -355.18M -8.7836 -0.15 54.59M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:18:18 O 2,500 131.75 GBX

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Posted at 11/11/2023 12:55 by redhorse2020
Loganair, where do you get these ideas? Unlike you, I can't speak for the entire nation, but the sense that I get is that the British people don't hate Russia or the Russian people at all. I think they just understandably hate those that have caused this pointless and incredibly costly invasion I.e. Putin etc. To be honest, I'm very surprised that you're such a fan given what his actions have done to the JEMA share price!
Posted at 28/10/2023 18:59 by loganair
Redhorse - What happens in Ukraine, effects Russia and what effects Russia effects JEMA as 90% of JEMA is invested in Russia.

The sooner its over in the Ukraine, the sooner things will start to return to some form of normality in Russia, maybe even some of the sanctions being lifted = positive impact on JEMA's Russian investments as would lead to JEMA valuing their Russian investment at a more fair value instead of 1% of their MOEX valuation = doubling of JEMA's share price. Even maybe an unfreezing of their 'S' Account which could lead to a possible 50p per share dividend being paid.
Posted at 28/10/2023 15:09 by redhorse2020
In this case, what exactly is Putin fighting for Loganair? Also, bearing in mind the forum, how does this impact the JEMA share price?
Posted at 12/10/2023 21:49 by 1917again
Currency controls back in Russia, like most junk banana republics

The reality is Russia will take most western assets to fund the war killing Ukrainians and the West will take Russian assets to support Ukraines defence

This reality dawning on jema share price
Posted at 11/10/2023 19:02 by loganair
The funds from Detsky Mir are going into JEMA 'S' Account as it was a management buy out at full MOEX price rather than Magnit which was at 50% of the MOEX value as will be Lukoil.

When shares are bought at 50% of the MOEX value then those from 'Unfriendly' countries can apply to take out said funds from Russia in roubles, yuan, euro or GBP.

Detsky Mir proceeds JEMA are using an exchange rate of 121.7 rub to the GBP. When the times finally comes and JEMA are able to repatriate the funds in their 'S' account the exchange rate may well be quite a lot different, hopefully for the share holders of JEMA more around the 90 RUB to the GBP.

Often posters ask why their and my calculations in GBP in JEMA's 'S' account are different to JEMA's, quite simply we're using different exchange rates. At first I used 80 RUB to the GBP then latterly 100 RUB to the GBP while it looks like in their latest financial report JEMA used circa 110 RUB to the GBP. Therefore I would much prefer JEMA to report the funds in their 'S' account in roubles rather than GBP.
Posted at 11/10/2023 14:49 by loganair
Camac Fund have gone from nowhere to 5.18% of JEMA. Seems to me the reason why JEMA share price has fallen back as Camac has now completed their buying - all normal there.

Camac is a New York based private investment advisor founded in 2011 that manages funds for a small number of sophisticated clients focused entirely on unique investment opportunities. We invest around the world in mispriced assets in discrete pockets of opportunity. We pride ourselves on our unique sourcing, flexible mandate, and constant emphasis on overlooked / out-of-favor opportunities. Our investments are long-term in nature and we are focused on compounding capital over several decades rather than months or years.
Posted at 12/9/2023 13:12 by popit

Are JEMA planning to sell their holdings in Magnit and Lukoil?

And are you sure that the funds from any Magnit and Lukoil sales will automatically get added on to the NAV for JEMA?

The JEMA Telegram group say that any proceeds from Magnit and Lukoil will not be able to be repatriated by JEMA.

They say that any proceeds from Magnit and Lukoil will have to be added to the frozen “S” Account, and as these frozen funds are valued at zero by JEMA, there will be no increase in the daily quoted NAV.

So they are saying that the NAV will just stay at about 45p after any Lukoil sale.

Is there any way to verify which view is correct? Do you know of any website or web links that show that the Lukoil sale proceeds can be repatriated by JEMA?

And did you ever manage to reconcile the huge difference in dividends that JEMA have received so far in the “S” Account, with the dividends that should have been received?

I think there was about £20 million in missing dividends or 50p per share.

And do you know if the Gazprom have been converted yet to MOEX shares?
Posted at 12/9/2023 07:57 by loganair
I'm not surprised to see JEMA share price rise because current Nav + Magnit + Lukoil = a Nav of circa 90p per share at the current Rouble exchange rate.
Posted at 17/8/2023 15:37 by loganair
Detsky is being taken private and is therefore different to the Magnit offer which is to buy the shares from 'Unfriendly' country investors only.

The major difference is that any funds JEMA may receive from Magnit can if they so desire repatriate them out of Russia in Euro, Pound or Yuan not USD whereas Detsky Mir can not be repatriated and as the RNS clearly states the funds being put into JEMA custody 'S' account.

Another major difference is Deksky Mir offer was at its full MOEX share price at the time of the offer while Magnit is at 50% of the MOEX share price at the time and is why Magnit funds can be taken out of Russia whereas Dekshy Mir can not be.

Magnit offer can also be taken in Roubles with these Roubles being held in JEMA custody 'S' account.

Due to the current GBP/RUB exchange, personally I hope JEMA hold any funds from Magnit in their 'S' account as it seems reasonable to say that when its all over the RUB will strengthen considerably against Western currencies, maybe even returning to the 80 to the GBP where is was 6 months ago, instead of the circa 120 it is today.
Posted at 17/7/2023 16:55 by loganair
What is the share price of JEMA telling us - it is currently showing us how UNCERTAIN the market is about any future value of JEMA therefore only a very small amount of future value is being brought into the present.

Meanwhile I value JEMA at somewhere between 250p and 300p because personally I am more CERTIAN about the future value of JEMA, in other words at least 50% of the current MOEX value of the shares JEMA holds will be returned to its share holders.
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