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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Utilico Emerging Markets Trust Plc LSE:UEM London Ordinary Share GB00BD45S967 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.25 -2.1% 198.25 2,382,075 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
197.50 199.00 203.00 198.50 199.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 21.42 18.17 7.47 26.5 444
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:43 O 500,000 199.00 GBX

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16/1/2021
08:20
Utilico Emerging Markets Daily Update: Utilico Emerging Markets Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UEM. The last closing price for Utilico Emerging Markets was 202.50p.
Utilico Emerging Markets Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 191p and a 12 week average price of 168p.
The 1 year high share price is 252p while the 1 year low share price is currently 135.50p.
There are currently 223,800,939 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 383,833 shares. The market capitalisation of Utilico Emerging Markets Trust Plc is £443,685,361.57.
25/11/2020
09:56
davebowler: Stifel comments- Utilico Emerging Markets – Interims to 30/09/20 – underperforms as growth remains in vogue Performance: Despite difficult markets the fund’s NAV recovered +10.3% and reports a NAV total return of +12.3%. This return lagged the MSCI Emerging Markets total return index which was up +24.2%, as investors globally have driven digital investments higher, while generally ignoring infrastructure and utility investments, and the Brazilian Real weakening by 11.7% which in itself reduced UEM's GBP NAV by an estimated -3.5%. Despite UEM's portfolio being largely value-based utilities and infrastructure assets, UEM has outperformed the MSCI Emerging Markets Utilities total return index which was up +1.5%. Earnings: Revenue income decreased to £14.7m, an 18.7% decline and EPS decreased 12.5% to 5.59p (2019: 6.39p). The board expects to maintain the third and fourth quarter dividends at 1.925p which would result in dividends for the full year to 31 March 2021 of 7.70p – an uplift of +1.7% over the year to 31 March 2020 (2020: 7.575p). Dividends remain fully covered by income at the half-year and if needed the board will use its revenue reserves or substantial capital reserves to maintain the dividend payments. As at 30 September 2020, UEM has revenue reserves of £9.8m, some 4.38p per share. Outlook: The chairman says, “It is pleasing to see most of UEM's portfolio companies performing well in the circumstances. It is worth re-emphasising that UEM's performance continues to be driven by bottom-up stock selection. The portfolio is predominantly invested in relatively liquid, cash-generative companies with long-duration assets that the Investment Managers believe are structurally undervalued and offer excellent total returns. Since inception over 15 years ago, UEM's track record of performance has been reassuring and the Board has every confidence that the Investment Managers will continue to identify investments offering attractive, long-term returns for UEM.” (
24/11/2020
11:10
speedsgh: Dividend Declaration Q2 2020-21 - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/utilico-emerging-mkt--uem-/rns/dividend-declaration-q2-2020-21/202011231223381969G/ The Board of Utilico Emerging Markets Trust plc has declared a second quarterly interim dividend of 1.925p per ordinary share in respect of the year ending 31 March 2021, which will be paid on 18 December 2020 to shareholders on the register on 4 December 2020. The ex-dividend date will be 3 December 2020.
21/6/2020
13:32
vacendak: Yes, the half-year report reads well. The dividend is covered and they would also have some extra money for it if needed from capital reserves due to the court ruling about not being able to transfer the revenue reserves from UEM Bermuda to EUM UK back when they re-domiciled. Some tax shenanigans I assume. A lot of movement in the portfolio due to exiting Argentina. They have also lightened a lot on the airport sector, which is a good conservative choice considering the current climate.
05/6/2020
12:41
erogenous jones: Odd that the bid price is not rising based on the bargains on the buy side that have been transacted.
06/1/2018
10:15
riverman77: Good to see the UEM share price finally start to rise after a weak few months as the UEMS expiry date draws near. Should be worth 48p now based on latest UEM price of 231.
16/9/2017
10:18
vacendak: August factsheet. Http://www.uem.limited/files/6515/0547/1253/UEM_Factsheet_August_2017.pdf NAV progression a bit meh, but upbeat commentary on the holdings. The UEM share price got hit on Friday due to the current excitement about Sterling I suppose.
01/9/2017
08:31
kenmitch: Below is part of my first post on this thread on 15th Feb with reasons why UEMS looked a strong buy. One of the target prices has already been reached - the 32p sell price for 35% gain, against 5% for the share. The higher 42p target has also been hit but so far only the buy price. Very high chance that 42p will be exceeded if current bull market continues. Share now 226p to sell so UEMS worth 43p but can still be bought under 40p. Target 240p share price. Then UEMS worth 57p if exercising but probably as now lower is deciding to sell the subs. Trustee route is risky but has the advantage of need to do nothing and just wait for proceeds in accounts. Here's the first part of Feb 15th post. Hope one or two hold from 24p or so or lower:- "The subscription shares (UEMS) are now very good value AND (some probably don't realise this) sub shares can go in to ISAs. For any not familiar with sub shares and warrants,they are traded the same way as shares though you may have to sign a risk form first if never having traded them before. As with shares they can be bought and sold at any time up to expiry date of Feb 28th next year. Exercise price is 183p. So with the share at 205p to sell, UEMS are currently worth 22p. Current buy quote is 24.5p but they can be bought inside the spread at 23.25p. Yesterday they could be bought for just 21.3p. Target a 5% gain for the share price to 215p and UEMS would be worth 32p, and around 35% more than the buy price today. Target a 10% share price gain to 225p to sell and UEMS would then be worth 42p and not far off double the current price."
15/8/2017
21:23
riverman77: I guess it depends on what you think will happen to uem share price. If it goes below 183 then sub shares will be worthless. If the price stays at 222 then the sub shares would be worth around 39, so a decent profit from today's price of 35p Ultimately I would say if you want exposure to uem, then the sub shares seem a very cheap way of getting this exposure, but remember to divide the exposure you want by around 6 (since 35p uems shares gives exposure to 223p uem share). When I put this through the black Scholes option calculator using a conservative volatility of 15%, I think it said uems was worth around 41p so clearly very cheap at 35p.
07/4/2017
15:13
kenmitch: Posted this on UEMS thread earlier today, but as even fewer posts there (just 12 since August!) it might get seen by and be of interest to a couple of people here. UEM again at 218p to sell and worth 35p but can be bought for just 28.25p. The only trades so far today are one tiny sell and another 4000 or so at 25.5p. Why sell when such incredible value unless thinking the share is heading down. UEMS is likely to continue to trade at a discount, and it could even widen a bit too. But it's amazing so few investors are aware of this bargain. Target just 5% more on the share price to 230p and UEMS will be worth 48p. OK the discount could get even wider, at share 230p UEMS should be at least 40p to sell. i.e not far off 50% gain compared with 5% for the share. As long as this isn't the peak for UEM, UEMS looks a no brainer. EDIT. £1000 UEMS stake - profit around £500 for 5% share price rise any time between now and next Feb. £10000 share stake. - profit around £500 for 5% share price rise. Same profit. £9500 less staked. Share goes down 5%.... loss on UEMS ( if not selling out long before share falls that much) would be around half the stake, i.,e £500., Loss on £10000 share stake would also be £500. If wanting to hold the share long term, then just exercise UEMS at expiry for no dealing or other costs. i.e if holding, say 3500 UEMS, then exercise by using UEMS to buy 3500 UEM at 183p a share.
15/2/2017
09:16
kenmitch: The subscription shares (UEMS) are now very good value AND (some probably don't realise this) sub shares can go in to ISAs. For any not familiar with sub shares and warrants,they are traded the same way as shares though you may have to sign a risk form first if never having traded them before. As with shares they can be bought and sold at any time up to expiry date of Feb 28th next year. Exercise price is 183p. So with the share at 205p to sell, UEMS are currently worth 22p. Current buy quote is 24.5p but they can be bought inside the spread at 23.25p. Yesterday they could be bought for just 21.3p. Target a 5% gain for the share price to 215p and UEMS would be worth 32p, and around 35% more than the buy price today. Target a 10% share price gain to 225p to sell and UEMS would then be worth 42p and not far off double the current price. Downside. If the share price falls then UEMS will fall faster too. e.g 190p share price would mean UEMS only worth 7p. And if the share is 183p or lower at expiry then UEMS would expire worthless. A very good tactic if currently in profit on the share would be to take just that profit and reinvest it in UEMS. Then EITHER exercise at expiry by converting UEMS in to shares at just 183p a share OR sell ahead of expiry date or let them lapse and let the trustee appointed exercise for you. That trustee route is a last resort and better one of the first two options. Not always easy to trade sub shares in size as there are so few trades. BUT a very good way of maximising profits IF the share price can keep rising. e.g to give another example. While Polar Capital Finance Investment Trust shares have risen from around 115p late last year to 135p to sell now, their sub share PCFS has risen from 4p to buy to 13p to sell.
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