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Share Price Information for Athelney Tst. (ATY)


Share Price: 205.00Bid: 190.00Ask: 220.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Athelney Tst.
Spread: 30.00Spread as %: 15.79%Open: 205.00High: 205.00Low: 205.00Yesterday’s Close: 205.00

Athelney Trust Plc Ord 25P

Athelney Tst. is part of the Investment Companies sector






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205.00
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190.00
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220.00
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3,000
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205.00
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205.00
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205.00
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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 2.16m £4.42m 500

52 Week High 265.00 52 Week High Date 25-SEP-2018
52 Week Low 185.00 52 Week Low Date 30-JAN-2019

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
1 3,000 0 -4.100 -50.00 8.90 4.34




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

19-Jun-19
09:37:05
195.00
3,000
Sell* 
190.00
220.00
5,850
Trade Type:
Ordinary

05-Jun-19
14:10:13
193.00
50
 
0.00
0.00
96.50
Trade Type:
Ordinary

05-Jun-19
14:10:13
193.00
50
Sell* 
190.00
220.00
96.50
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Athelney Tst. (ATY)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
19-Dec-18Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Athelney Trust
Simon Moore held the position of Chairman at Athelney Trust at the time of this trade.
 Simon Moore
250GBX10,00050000
21-Sep-16Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Athelney Trust
Robin G Boyle held the position of Managing Director at Athelney Trust at the time of this trade.
 Robin G Boyle
200GBX2,500449055
07-Apr-16Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Athelney Trust
Robin G Boyle held the position of Managing Director at Athelney Trust at the time of this trade.
 Robin G Boyle
00446555
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harrymoon73
Posts: 864
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:251.00
invest
4 Jun '14
thinking of my next investing opportunity, little drop here, love the low share total

anyone convince me to buy?
EarlyBird-Rns
Posts: 2,167
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:210.00
This...
7 Mar '14
Could really move today... Tiny... Tiny... Market cap and so few shares on offer!
EarlyBird-Rns
Posts: 2,167
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:210.00
Nice Results...
7 Mar '14
07 March 2014

Embargoed 7am March 7 2014

ATHELNEY TRUST PLC: FINAL RESULTS

Athelney Trust PLC, the investor in junior markets and small companies, announces its audited results for the 12 months ended December 31 2013.

Highlights:

-- Net Asset Value ("NAV") up 47 per cent at 219.3p per share (2012: 149.1p)
-- Revenue return per Ordinary Share rose 13 per cent to 6.1p (2012: 5.4p)
-- Recommended increased dividend of 5.5p per share (2012: 5p)
-- Revenue up 13.8 per cent at GBP121,884 (2012: GBP107,956)
-- Unaudited NAV at 28 February 2014 was 230.9p per share
Chairman Hugo Deschampsneuf said: "Small companies had a wonderful year with the Athelney audited NAV being up 47 per cent and the Small Cap, Fledgling and AIM indices following on with 29.6 per cent, 26.8 per cent and 20.2 per cent rises respectively.

"Naturally, there are legitimate concerns about the strength of the recovery but most are not about consumption but, for example, Britain's enduring trade deficit says less about spending than about the ability of the economy to supply the goods that Britishers want. The only alternative to increased household spending would have been worse: stagnation, higher unemployment, lower incomes and deteriorating public finances - just have a look at France if you are not convinced.

"What can we say about 2014? Central banks have been pulling out all the stops in monetary policy terms, not just in the form of QE but in the low level of interest rates. In the first three centuries of its existence which included deflation, depression and world wars, the Bank of England never felt the need to push interest rates as low as they are now.

"Markets will have to learn how to cope with threats to taper, tighten, unwind QE and increase interest rates. This may take some time so we probably need a period of consolidation before asset prices can start to move ahead again.

"There again, it is likely that markets have got ahead of themselves in recent weeks. What we need are plenty of good company results and dividends and further good news on employment, steady inflation and increasing economic activity. A decent year for asset prices may eventually result".

-ends-

For further information:

Robin Boyle, Managing Director

Athelney Trust 020 7628 7937

Paul Quade 07947 186694

CityRoad Communications 020 7248 8010

CHAIRMAN'S STATEMENT AND BUSINESS REVIEW

I present the results for the year ended 31 December 2013. The salient points are as follows:

-- Audited Net Asset Value ("NAV") was 219.3p per share (31 December 2012: 149.1p) an increase of 47 per cent.

-- Revenue return per ordinary share was 6.1p, (31 December 2012: 5.4p).
-- Recommended final dividend of 5.5p per share (2012: 5p), an increase of 10 per cent.
Review of 2013

I had an out-of-body experience when a banker complained to me that a GBP4mil
mulledwine
Posts: 35,667
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:115.00
ATY
3 Aug '12
Athelney Chairman Hugo Deschampsneufs said: "A bright start to the year was undermined by the eurozone crisis so that markets fell heavily in April/May and only partially recovered in June. As far as small companies are concerned, the FTSE Small Cap Index rose by a surprisingly vigorous 8.3 per cent but the Aim All-share fell by a disappointing 2.2 per cent. Athelney Trust has 43 per cent of its assets in the former index and 39 per cent in the latter.

"The daily news about fluctuating oil prices is, I believe, the beginning of a major shift in the world economy and should be the end of all this talk about the so-called commodity super-cycle. It never made much sense to predict a super-cycle based on demand from Chinese factories, because rising prices will ultimately slow factories everywhere.

"The UK economy's weakness has been striking. The Bank of England did not start its programme of QE until early 2009. Since then, the assets it holds has built up to £325bn, that is around 20% of GDP - that should have given the economy a colossal boost and yet here we are sunk into renewed recession.

"Yet, looking at UK companies as a whole, I am impressed by high dividend yields, strong balance sheets, lean management structures, surprisingly decent profit margins and statistics such as ROCE (return on invested equity capital).

"I expect Athelney Trust to stay fully invested and so take advantage of rising asset prices later in the year".
mulledwine
Posts: 35,667
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:115.00
ATY
3 Aug '12
ATHELNEY TRUST plc: INTERIM RESULTS

Athelney Trust plc, the investor in small companies and junior markets, announces its unaudited results for the six months ending June 30 2012.

Main Points:
· Net Asset Value ("NAV") 128.6p per share (30 June 2011: 144.7p)
· Gross Revenue rose 5.9 per cent at £75,920 (30 June 2011: £71,695)
· Revenue return per ordinary share up 7 per cent at 3p (30 June 2011: 2.8p)
· Final dividend of 4.95p per share paid April 2012 (2011: 4.9p)
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