Alliance Trust Savings: Change of Ownership
Please note that, as of 28 June, Alliance Trust Savings (ATS) is owned by Interactive Investor Limited. If you have any questions about the sale of ATS and what it means for you, please visit ATS’ website*. If you’d like to stay up to date with the Trust’s performance or any news, please sign up below.
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Price and Performance

Find out more about Alliance Trust’s performance, with the help of market commentary from our Investment Manager. 

Latest available values
share price
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nav per share
Net Asset Value (NAV) per share including income with debt at fair value. Source: BNYM Fund Services (Ireland) Limited
663.6p
discount
Discount including income with debt at fair value. Source: BNYM Fund Services (Ireland) Limited
6.6%
net yield
Annual dividend per share divided by share price. Source: BNYM Fund Services (Ireland) Limited
2.3%
gross assets
Total income net asset value excluding prior charges. Source: BNYM Fund Services (Ireland) Limited
£2956.6
Price and Net Asset Value per share
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Investment Manager's report February's Commentary

For the month of February, the Trust’s Total Shareholder Return and NAV Total Return were -9.0% and -5.7% respectively versus a returns of -5.1% for the MSCI All Country World Index (ACWI) .

In a down month for equities, the Trust’s gearing, which was at the lower end of the typical range, led to a slight performance drag.

In February, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) dominated the focus in markets. The increase in COVID-19 cases outside China led to a sharp fall in developed market equities, with the S&P 500 ending the month down 8.2%. Emerging markets outperformed developed economies, falling by only 5.1%, as investors factored in the declining rates of new infections in China compared with an increasing number outside of the Chinese region.

Within the Trust’s portfolio, Airbus was a material detractor from performance over the month, as the company was impacted by concerns related to the coronavirus outbreak and the airline industry. NVIDIA was a positive contributor to performance in February, as the company reported better than expected Q4 demand growth in the gaming and data centre segments. It may also have benefited from the perception of an increasing number of people remaining at home due to the Coronavirus.

We continue to monitor market conditions closely and our managers are again starting to find more interestingly priced opportunities in this much more volatile market.

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AIC Dividend Hero

Alliance Trust has been awarded the AIC’s Dividend Hero award and is proud to have increased its dividend every year for over 50 years. This award is made by the Association of Investment Companies to the small number of investment companies who have increased their dividends each year for 20 years or more. For more information and a full list of qualifying companies, you can visit the AIC website.

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