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Abrdn Asiafocus (AAS)

Price 263.00p on 01-03-2024 at 17:42:57
Change 4.00p 1.54%
Buy 263.00p
Sell 261.00p
Buy / Sell AAS Shares
Last Trade: Unknown 20,000.00 at 262.00p
Day's Volume: 217,206
Last Close: 263.00p
Open: 260.00p
Day's Range 260.00p - 263.00p
52wk Range: 240.00p - 269.00p
Market Capitalisation: £405m
VWAP: 261.57036p
Shares in Issue: 154m

Recent Trades History Abrdn Asiafocus (AAS)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Unknown* 20,000 262.00p Ordinary
16:42:56 - 01-Mar-24
Unknown* 30,478 262.50p Ordinary
14:57:14 - 01-Mar-24
Buy* 5,000 263.00p Suspected BUY Trade
16:35:19 - 01-Mar-24
Sell* 271 260.924p Ordinary
16:02:07 - 01-Mar-24
Unknown* 25,000 262.50p Ordinary
14:55:46 - 01-Mar-24
Buy* 1,703 262.60p Ordinary
15:04:33 - 01-Mar-24
Buy* 10,000 262.50p Ordinary
15:04:05 - 01-Mar-24
Buy* 1 262.50p Ordinary
15:02:59 - 01-Mar-24
Buy* 7,385 262.50p Ordinary
15:00:58 - 01-Mar-24
Buy* 5,925 262.60p Ordinary
14:52:22 - 01-Mar-24

Share Price History for Abrdn Asiafocus

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IN BRIEF: abrdn Asia Focus ups dividend, net assets rise

20th Oct 2023 08:51

abrdn Asia Focus PLC - invests in smaller, listed companies in Asia and Australasia, excluding Japan, formerly Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus - Net asset value at July 31 was 308.9 pence per share, up 4.6% from 295.3p per share a year ago. For the year ended July 31, NAV total return was 7.6% against the MSCI AC Asia ex Japan Small Cap Index benchmark of 8.0%, and up from 2.0% the year before. Declares total dividend of 8.66p per share, up 8.3% from 8.00p a year ago. Chair Krishna Shanmuganathan says: "The ASEAN region continues to look attractive...The bloc's supportive policies, cost competitiveness, industrial development, linkages to existing manufacturing hubs and rising middle-income consumers are structural drivers that are not only attracting foreign direct investment but also spurring intra-Asian trade, and in turn, boosting economic growth." Read More

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