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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust Plc LSE:TEM London Ordinary Share GB0008829292 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00 -0.59% 1,014.00 1,012.00 1,014.00 1,022.00 1,012.00 1,022.00 188,604 16:13:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 75.1 66.2 24.4 41.6 2,453

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/2/2012
09:23
Riseing nicely
lollipop3
27/9/2011
14:15
lovegod Turkey 4.9% of assets reported on 5 September this year. http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=49057456&symbol=TEM
iomhere
27/9/2011
08:03
anybody have any ideas on templetons turkish holdings
lovegod
05/9/2011
15:15
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/opinion/funds-chief-mark-mobius-outlines-case-for-investing-in-mining-stocks/story-e6frg9if-1226129270430
gateside
05/9/2011
15:13
Decided to top up today @ 568p
gateside
05/9/2011
15:11
Hong Kong/China and Brazil remain the preferred markets of choice of investment trust Templeton Emerging Markets. The company said that, as at the end of August, 25.6% of the value of its portfolio was in Chinese or Hong Kong quoted stocks, while Brazilian stocks accounted for 17.4% of net assets. The company's net asset value per share at the end of August stood at 628.67p, on an ex-income basis, down from 692.80p at the end of July. As for sector weightings, 25.9% of the company's total assets are accounted for by financial stocks, while energy stocks represent 21.7% of the net asset value. Consumer discretionary and Materials both check in at around the 17.5% mark, with Brilliance China Automotive the single biggest holding, accounting for 10.4% of net assets. Shares in the investment trust fell 16p to 571p in the morning session on Monday.
gateside
30/6/2011
14:51
The job of the company is to grow and then return wealth to the shareholders. Clearly you buy shares in your own company and cancel them to give more value to those still remaining. But surely as the money to cancel the shares comes out of the companies cash pile this does not achieve anything? Wrong. If the people who are running the company consider the company to be seriously undervalued then it makes perfect financial sense to buy the "cheap" shares and cancel them. This course of action will, in time when the true value of the company is realised result in a net gain for the shareholders. With a NAV running some 6.5% above the current share price I see this as a sensible policy. Osi.
osirisra
27/6/2011
14:14
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust PLC announces that, on 24th June 2011, it bought for cancellation 50,000 ordinary shares in the market at an average price of GBP6.2725 per ordinary share. There remain 329,814,352 shares in issue
gateside
27/4/2011
10:19
Big shorting time in emerging markets? Could be time to be short already. $60 Billion of US QE2 money will soon be cut off... QE2 ending..
hectorp
20/4/2011
08:17
Tem said last Dec that they were upping their investments in Turkey this year. anybody know if they have done this ?
lovegod
23/3/2011
06:52
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-03-22/mobius-buying-petrobras-as-emerging-energy-equities-to-rally-1-.html
gateside
05/3/2011
23:56
Mobius Says Mexico Drug War Doesn't Deter His Investment: Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-7HlPsuwBw
traderabc
21/2/2011
21:38
Thanks for that.
dondee
21/2/2011
16:42
dondee I think the plan administrator charges £1.50 plus VAT for each purchase so it may be that you could save £1.80 a month by having one plan for £150 a month. It could be worth your while to check it out. Rgds. IOM
iomhere
21/2/2011
14:40
I put in £100 pm. The note shows- Total available for investment (£104.24p) Price paid per share (£6.18p) No. of shares bt (16). Date & time of deal(in this case it was 14/02/11 at 15:10:09). Net cost £98.88p. Stamp duty £0.50p. Total cost (£101.18p) Total shares now (82) Cash carried forward -to next month (£3.06p) Settlement date 17/02/2011. It's all there. My wife's one will show her details as £50 per month etc, but they arrive in separate envelopes as usual. Regards, DD
dondee
17/2/2011
09:40
dondee Your approach is interesting. Forgive the inquisition but about prices and charges, do the managers show the date/time of trades and are there any overheads in having two plans rather than a single joint one?
iomhere
16/2/2011
16:10
I have a monthly savings plan in this one as has my wife. £100/£50 resp. Both sold out last November at around £6.60p having seen them rise (with a little bobbing about) over the previous 2-3 years, (but generally upwards) from between £2-£3. We just keep the monthly plans going and Equinity send us a contract note every month - they arrived today in fact. I feel this is more and more the way to be going esp. with IT and UT investments.
dondee
15/2/2011
11:43
Nice thread Gateside, thanks. Sold out of Temit early in Jan on scare stories about EM. These now look to be overdone imho so I'll take my lead from Dr Mobius's statement on post 3 and start buying back in. The share price is also back at the the 200 day MA, from where it has bounced previously. Looks a bit over-sold to me
shavian
15/2/2011
09:46
MARKET VOLATILITY AND OUTLOOK Emerging economies continued to report strong economic growth in the period from 1 October 2010 to 31 December 2010. However, markets experienced a temporary period of heightened volatility in November as concerns of a wider debt crisis in the Euro zone resurfaced and North Korea and South Korea engaged in border skirmishes, sparking off a fresh round of tensions on the Korean Peninsula. The falls in equity prices were short-lived as investors focused on the long-term opportunities and prospects. Between 30 September 2010 and 31 December 2010, the net asset value of the Company increased by 6.5% to 710.3 pence. Templeton Asset Management Limited, the Investment Manager of the company's portfolio, however, continues to see emerging markets benefiting from relatively good growth prospects, attractive valuations and solid fundamentals and will continue to monitor the markets for favourable investment opportunities.
gateside
04/1/2011
13:05
Up 60p today-yipee!
dondee
28/12/2010
09:20
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/8187289/Questor-share-tip-Templeton-Emerging-Markets-still-a-buy.html Questor share tip: Templeton Emerging Markets still a buy Emerging market funds were some of the hardest hit by the financial crisis as frightened investors repatriated their cash. This also meant that these markets have recovered more rapidly than Western markets. Questor says buy. The next billion consumers will be found in these countries and economic growth in places such as Brazil, China and India will continue to charge ahead. Western investors seeking elusive growth continue to pour money into these markets. Figures released last week by the Investment Management Association (IMA) showed that the global emerging markets sector was the best-selling IMA sector in October, with net retail sales of £336m. This was the highest monthly sales on record. For the second month running, the lowest-selling fund sector over the month was the UK all-companies sector, which saw a net outflow of £239m. Fears about emerging markets overheating have once again returned. Inflationary pressures are a real concern, as they can easily stifle growth. This is probably the greatest threat to these markets in 2011. However, Questor is an investor and not a trader. The long-term prospects for these markets are very sound, despite their volatile nature. The markets are likely to continue to grow. The Templeton Emerging Markets fund released its half-year report last week. The fund's net asset value reached a record high in the period. Although there was a note of caution on global prospects, the investment manager's outlook statement was upbeat. It continues to believe that "growth in emerging markets will be sustainable and that opportunities will exist to find undervalued stocks across the globe". The fund's largest holding is in Chinese car-maker Brilliance, at 6.2pc of the fund, followed by Brazilian bank Itau Unibanco, at 6pc, and mining giant Vale at 5.9pc. The trust was first recommended on January 5 last year at 284p and the shares are up 132pc, compared with a FTSE 100 up 27pc. The fund remains a core buy for any investment portfolio.
gateside
28/12/2010
08:45
Link to GLOBAL MARKET DATA Templeton Emerging Markets IT Stock Announcements Templeton Emerging Markets IT Monthly Statements
gateside
08/12/2010
16:23
http://www.my-share.co.uk/Newspaper-share-tips-September-2010/ Tipped in press today
nellie1973
06/10/2010
16:23
Lovegod - this might help! http://www.franklintempleton.co.uk/documents/en/UK/pdf/Temit/TEMIT_Month_End_NAV_Portfolio_Breakdown_0910.pdf
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