Ashmore Group traded at 223.40 this Wednesday June 29th, decreasing 3.60 or 1.59 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Ashmore Group lost 9.04 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 41.97 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Ashmore Group to be priced at 218.39 by the end of this quarter and at 201.29 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Ashmore Group 223.40 -3.60 -1.59% -41.97%
Azimut Holding 16.93 -0.25 -1.43% -17.33%
Julius Baer Gruppe 44.71 -1.13 -2.47% -25.95%
Deutsche Boerse 159.65 1.65 1.04% 8.46%
Man Group 249.10 -1.90 -0.76% 38.43%
Hargreaves Lansdown PLC 801.20 -11.00 -1.35% -49.58%
Intermediate Capital Group PLC 1,345.50 -48.50 -3.48% -36.65%
3i Group 1,112.00 -8.50 -0.76% -5.20%
London Stock Exchange 7,700.00 -48.00 -0.62% -3.39%
Schroders 2,730.00 -48.00 -1.73% -22.29%
St. Jamess 1,136.00 -27.00 -2.32% -23.09%


Ashmore Group
Ashmore Group plc is a United Kingdom-based company, which operates as a specialist emerging markets asset manager. The Company offers a range of investment themes, such as external debt, local currency, corporate debt, blended debt, equities, alternatives, multi-strategy and overlay/liquidity. Its geographical segments include United Kingdom, United States and Others. The external debt theme invests in debt instruments issued by sovereigns (governments) and quasi-sovereigns (government-sponsored). The local currency theme invests in local currency-denominated instruments issued by sovereign, quasi-sovereign and corporate issuers. The corporate debt theme invests in debt instruments issued by public and private sector companies. The Company's products are available in a range of fund structures, covering the liquidity spectrum from daily-dealing pooled funds through to multi-year locked-up partnerships.