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Elstree Hybrid Index

Elstree Hybrid Index: Investible Universe


The Elstree Hybrid Index includes all APRA regulated debt equity hybrid issues listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and all non APRA regulated issues where the market capitalisation of the issue exceeds AUD100 million.

Security types included in the index are; convertible preference shares, convertible notes, reset preference shares and income securities.

Securities are excluded from the index when the underlying share price trades at or through the strike price of the option embedded in the hybrid security.

The Elstree Hybrid Index base is 1,000 and inception date is 31/12/1999.

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Should you require additional information or would like to subscribe to the Index please do not hesitate to contact Elstree Investment Management Ltd on +61 3 8689 1348

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Our Funds

Australian Enhanced Income Fund NAV and Market Commentary (ASX Code AYF)

Latest: 30 September 2019 $6.016 (ex-distribution $5.936).
Previous 31 August 2019 $6.02.

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Elstree Enhanced Income Fund NAV

Latest: 5 November 2019 $0.8234.
Previous 31 October 2019 $0.8233.

Previous month end: 31 October 2019 $0.8233.

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Latest Share Price AYF

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Latest Fact Sheets

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Latest Press. November 2016. Elstree in the ASX

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The Swedish housing market; a harbinger of what might happen here?


Both the Swedish and Australian economies display a number of parallels. They are rich, employed, high income economies. Both feature high levels of household debt. An interesting facet of one of the economies is that property prices have fallen by 10% recently.

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