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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
  12.00 1.18% 1,030.00 1,028.00 1,030.00 1,032.00 1,010.00 1,024.00 152,299 16:29:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 75.1 66.2 24.4 42.2 2,492

Templeton Emerging Marke... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/11/2008
12:43
Just bought 600 of these @ 266, watch them tank...
traderxxx12
12/8/2008
15:03
JMG is a comparable investment trust (smaller and with a wider spread). However a chart comparison may give a possible indication as to whether TEM has settled after the sell-off shock.
iomhere
12/8/2008
14:38
Thanks IOMhere Reading a little more into the NAV discount, there is an addition 1% or so in costs associated with the tender offer. As you say, it is unlikely that 30% of the assets could be sold on 1 day, so it is likely to take them some time to redeem the assets into a falling market
freda
08/8/2008
14:18
freda I'm by no way clued up on this but it apparently depended on the prices the underlying shares could be sold at. Take heart from the current share price and its discount to nav. The plan, so I believe, was to reduce the discount for remaining shareholders!
iomhere
05/8/2008
15:27
Hi Just received the final payment from TEM for the tender offer. The total amount was 426.83p per share. On the 13th June the NAV was 460.40p and tender price was at -4%. So 460.40 X 0.96 (4% discount) = 441.98. This is 15p different from the amount paid. Am I being stupid or can anyone else see where the difference is?
freda
03/8/2008
17:17
you me an millions of others
lovegod
02/8/2008
14:07
glad to be of assistance ;) I find this stuff fascinating even though my portfolio on most fronts has taken a pummelling.
dasv
01/8/2008
18:44
thanks dasv. perhaps a serious correction on the way. dow collapse imminent.turk lira holders will flee to franc and yen.
lovegod
01/8/2008
09:59
http://www.rttnews.com/Content/CurrencyMarket.aspx?Node=b3&Id=670977 "The Turkish Statistical Institute or TURKSTAT said on Thursday that Turkey's foreign trade deficit rose by 45.7 percent to 7.7 billion dollars in June. TURKSTAT also said that the Turkey's June imports rose 36.4 percent and exports rose 31 percent." Erdogan escapes:- http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601213&sid=a45dZEOeXK3U&refer=home
dasv
31/7/2008
19:07
ANYBODY KNOW WHY THE TURKISH LIRA IS ROCKETING AND SWISS FRANC FALLING ?
lovegod
01/6/2008
18:20
Does anyone have any suggestions for how to guess the strike-price for the buy-back? The price will lie at a discount of between 2% and 9.5% to the nav on 13th June. The mid share-price is currently at a discount of about 9.5% to nav, so the worst strike-price would give us more or less the same as if we sell our shares in the normal way (assuming the discount to nav stays the same as it is now). Presumably a lot of the pi's who want to take up the offer will not put in offers to sell of their own devising, but will opt to accept the strike price, whatever it may be. The strike price will, a fortiori, be determined by the big holders. Will they be aggressive or play safe by offering to sell at big discounts to nav? What normally happens?
hoggetwood
22/3/2008
19:25
TEM weak. Well not surprising, have a look at the 'Select Frontier Index' ( S&P)
hectorp
13/2/2008
08:55
26% Brasil: 9% Russia, these guys know where the money can still be made...
hectorp
21/1/2008
19:29
350p wouldn't surprise me. I'm not trying to scare anyone, rather just to be prepared to hang on for some further downside.
dasv
21/1/2008
17:27
One brave soul bought 9,833 at 383.25 at 16.20. It could prove to have been a good price to enter.
iomhere
21/1/2008
17:04
support is around 10-20p below here , or hereabouts.
hectorp
21/1/2008
09:10
hectorp True. But the scare factor is reflected in the fall. Fear will turn to greed so wait for the real horrors to set in. Increasing your stakes while on the way to the toilet often shows good profits.
iomhere
21/1/2008
08:59
Take care guys, tricky market..
hectorp
14/1/2008
22:04
Hectorp: cheers :) Mart: yes tried to buy IZBL today and was impossible online. TEM is much more liquid :)
dasv
14/1/2008
21:00
dasv only... RDG Mining ! RDG ( not yet producing)
hectorp
14/1/2008
20:47
IBZL has a dire spread in my experience (limited!).
mart
13/1/2008
15:31
Hectorp - out of interest what platinum shares do you hold? Lonmin? I have BRR which as you may know is a PGM/Ni play - though PGM production is currently on a small scale. (BTW again as you may know the ETF IZBL tracks the Bovespa index)
dasv
13/1/2008
15:09
Maybe - but only time can tell. - Brasilian Investments direct anyone? Apparently Brasil has little exposure to sub-prime .
hectorp
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