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Ashmore Group PLC (ASHM.L)

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221.40+4.00 (+1.84%)
At close: 04:35PM BST
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Previous close217.40
Bid221.40 x 0
Ask221.80 x 0
Day's range218.20 - 222.20
52-week range186.00 - 405.60
Avg. volume1,076,820
Market cap1.578B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.15
PE ratio (TTM)7.63
EPS (TTM)0.29
Earnings date02 Sept 2022
Forward dividend & yield0.17 (7.77%)
Ex-dividend date03 Mar 2022
1y target est227.57
  • Reuters

    Emerging market fund Ashmore shares hit 13-yr low as investors pull out cash

    LONDON (Reuters) -Shares in emerging markets investment firm Ashmore fell to a 13-year low on Thursday after it reported a much heavier-than-expected $6.6 billion exodus from its funds after a torrid few months for developing economies. Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a soaring dollar and China's economic strains have combined to give emerging markets their most difficult year on record. London-based Ashmore said its assets under management had tumbled by $14.3 billion to $64 billion during the quarter to June 30, comprising $6.6 billion of net outflow and what it described as $7.7 billion of negative investment performance.

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    Exclusive-BlackRock, Ashmore part of Sri Lanka's creditor group ahead of debt talks

    Asset managers Blackrock Inc. and Ashmore Group Plc. are among the top holders of Sri Lanka's international bonds that form part of a creditor group as markets prepare for a potential debt restructuring, a source said on Wednesday. The bondholder group, which hasn't been formally announced yet, holds more than 30% of country's foreign sovereign bonds, the source familiar with the situation told Reuters. BlackRock and Ashmore did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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    Ashmore profit hit by outflows, emerging market downturn

    LONDON (Reuters) -Ashmore Group's pretax profit dropped 23% in the six months to the end of 2021 as net outflows and a poor investment performance hit its assets under management. The emerging markets investment firm said its pretax profit was 116 million pounds ($157 million) during the period, while adjusted diluted earnings per share slipped 19% to 10.4 pence, which analysts said was broadly in line with expectations. Ashmore's shares slipped as much as 3% in early trading, before recouping some ground to trade down 0.5% at 277.6 pence.