Vinacapital Vietnam Oppo... Dividends - VOF

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Vinacapital Vietnam Opportunity Fund Ld VOF London Ordinary Share GG00BYXVT888 ORD $0.01
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  1.00 0.31% 326.00 327.00 325.00 326.50 325.00 16:35:01
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Vinacapital Vietnam Oppo... VOF Dividends History

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red ninja: The investment manager is buying, but not even that can raise the share price.
lageraemia: Cheers Steve I was dividing the excess (66p) by the £3.34 share price to get the discount, which is normally quoted as being TO the NAV. Still a big discount, and excellent currency hedge with Brexit nonsense. When the idiots without a plan 'take back control' the pound could tank badly.
corguv: Vietnam First Quarter 2018 Economic Growth forecast now at over 7%. Vietnam stock exchange Vnindex has risen every day this week. VOF share price now at a 19.25% discount to net Asset Value (HL)
corguv: Partly recent announcement by VOF of a twice yearly dividend payment to try to close the gap between the net asset value and the discounted share price ? The share price is still around 19% below VOF’s Vietnam holdings and this might narrow ? Also down to rising stock values in Vietnam stock exchanges with both good company results and good economic news. and rising GDP growth. Strong foreign investment in Vietnam now. Then there is the Asia background which is also on an uptrend.
wexboy: VinaCapital Vietnam Opportunity Fund (VOF:LN) (5.1% of current portfolio): Share Price: GBP 271p Market Cap: GBP 560 Million (USD 705 Million) Everything aligned for VOF in 2016 to deliver a blistering +70% return (in sterling terms): Its substantial capital markets (i.e. non/un-listed) portfolio allocation was a primary driver of a return that was nearly double that of the VN-Index, its NAV discount closed significantly, plus it enjoyed a dramatic boost from sterling’s post-Brexit depreciation (VOF shares are now listed in GBP). The portfolio out-performance is particularly gratifying, as I’d previously highlighted VOF’s more diversified portfolio as a better long-term bet (vs. its peer closed-end funds/ETFs, which focus on listed equities), in what’s still obviously a frontier market. [See blog comments here, for a comparison with the VanEck Vectors Vietnam ETF (VNM:US)…which, extraordinarily, managed to lose money for its shareholders last year!?] The underlying VN-Index return is also a reminder there has been little sign of over-heating in the market, which leads me to believe there’s plenty more gas in the tank here. 2017 GDP growth’s expected to surpass the current 6.2% rate, retail sales are humming along at +10.2% yoy, inflation remains sub-5%, the USD/VND remains stable, the banks & the property market appear to be heading in the right direction again, and 10-15% EPS growth is expected…yet Vietnam continues to trade at a 20-30% P/E discount to regional averages. As for VOF itself, it trades on a 0.81 Price/Book multiple, despite an aggressive & ongoing share buyback programme – I see plenty of gains ahead in terms of NAV growth & discount compression, as Vietnam continues to leverage & benefit from its labour/cost export advantage, and (just as importantly) its burgeoning domestic consumer economy. For this & other top picks, check/Google my latest 'Top Trumps For 2017...' post on the Wexboy investment blog.
closetinvestor: Looks like quite a large discount to NAV still here. Reported value on 9th August was for 292p. Share price still around 220-230. Took an initial position here over past week as discount seems unjustified for such a fast growing economy.
strollingmolby: Interesting snippets from the Q4 report out today: A priority for 2010 will be to actively close the share price discounts of our funds. We have a track record of realising exits above carrying value, and we believe 2010 will extend this record. VOF's NAV at 31 December 2009 declined by 4.6 percent to USD785 million, or USD2.42 per share, from USD823 million, or USD2.53 per share, at the end of September. During the quarter, VOF saw several investees list, such as top capital markets holding Eximbank (EIB). The fund invested in Hoan My hospital group, its first private equity investment of the year. With a tightening of bank lending, more private companies are looking for strategic investors, and we expect PE deal activity to increase notably in 2010.
dickbush: Vietnam market hit a new high for the current bull market. Now up 25% from the end of May, while VOF share price is unchanged. Weird.
dickbush: Share price back to end-May level while the Vietnam stockmarket is now up almost 20% since then, and only 4% from its 2009 high.
washbrook: Pudpud The stock is up 56% this year ----------------------------- see 30.6.09 Quarterly report:- --------------------------------------------------- current discount to NAV = -44.12% share price=75c NAV=$1.34
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