Alliance Trust plc (ATST) Ordinary 2.5p Shares
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1 March 2019 10:38
(Sharecast News) - Alliance Trust reported a negative total shareholder return of -6.1% in its final results for 2018 on Friday, swinging from a positive return of 19.2% in 2017.
26 July 2018 13:02
(Sharecast News) - Alliance Trust posted its results for the six months ended 30 June on Thursday, reporting total shareholder return of 1.1%, net asset value total return of 2.9%, and equity portfolio total...
8 March 2018 08:33
(ShareCast News) - Alliance Trust said its new investment approach was paying off as it posted annual returns that outperformed the market.
27 July 2017 08:40
(ShareCast News) - Alliance Trust described its first half as an "encouraging start" to the year on Thursday, with its share price rising to 700p from 638p over the six months to 30 June, and its...
26 February 2017 18:12
(ShareCast News) - Billionaire Warren Buffett has denounced "Wall Streeters" for charging "high fees" and urged ordinary investors to buy low-cost index funds. In his famed annual letter...
15 December 2016 08:21
(ShareCast News) - Alliance Trust posted the outcome of its strategic review on Thursday, outlining a new investment approach involving a number of new managers.
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