Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fidelity China LSE:FCSS London Ordinary Share GB00B62Z3C74 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 177.00p 176.80p 177.20p 179.00p 175.50p 179.00p 322,540.00 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 20.0 12.0 2.1 85.5 976.89

Fidelity China Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/10/2016
21:44
Nice bump up today anyone with a reason why
joy division still
18/9/2016
11:36
Anyone get into this when the new fund manager got appointed? Anyone hold JPM Chinese IT?
philo124
08/9/2016
20:37
Interesting level here - at res on the LT chart
luckymouse
21/6/2016
06:02
the most positive country for the UK to trade with is India, hence JCB's boss comments to survive a brexit china needs a massive internal spending spree to get economy going a growing rich middle class is not enough july 16 after steel, UK being flooded with other goods ie many container loads of tyres @ 20 quid ea
mike24
20/4/2016
12:29
Read Edison's note on FIDELITY CHINA SPECIAL SITUATIONS, out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB00B62Z3C74 "Fidelity China Special Situations (FCSS) is a specialist actively managed fund investing in Chinese equities. The manager focuses on sectors set to benefit from changing consumption trends and the rising middle class where long-term growth is expected to exceed GDP growth. Against a background of market decline and high volatility, FCSS has continued to outperform with NAV total returns ahead of the benchmark MSCI China Index as well as open and closed-ended peers over one, three and five years. The manager continues to find attractive investment opportunities and has recently increased gearing, reflecting a more positive outlook...."
thomasthetank1
08/7/2015
09:43
24/7 Bridgewater "greater risks in china" exporters to china say a recovery could take 2/3 yrs, thats only a guess, there is not just the vunerability to share prices but the rapid growth of liabilities to chinese banks 30/7 FT big companies warned on china slowdown ,set to hit second half profits, but the mothballing of factories has been going for on some time? JLR seem to be taking big risks in their expansion plans but JCB are on the ball, news article printed evening of 10/8th Jeremy batstone-carr, got spot on in timing pressure is rising on china to de-value so why the surprise in the US, where there still plugging shares in luxury goods, edit 16/10 Burberry's 10% drop re-China trade policymakers have to CONCEAL in convoluted technical terms they want us to work longer for lower living standards, via the blunt tool of currency depreciation/devaluation, its not good marketing to tell people the penalty is your isa's/ pensions/ savings could have been trashed, by as much as 2%&5% in the days either side of manic Monday 31/8 The chinese rule to curb excessive lending, has been relaxed removing a 75% loan to deposit ratio all the problems in Greece just seem a distant memory as the problems in china will be, but production is being re-directed 7/9 china daily, wages rising to rapidly over the yrs have put some total manufacturing costs above even the US 24/9 JCB cutting 400 jobs, but Caterpillar cutting 10,000 jobs, which is not going to help if $ gets stronger? 8/10 now the liabilities of foreign banks exposed, is china saving itself at our expense? whilst keeping links to Russia/N.Korea 16/10 thousands of UK steel jobs to go, China dumping blamed 28/10 now a kick in the teeth from HMG to mggt etc more red tape to export licenses/permits, 50bl thrown at HS2 the biggest white elephant of all time, yet we have flogged off our valuable Eurostar stake for 757ml, taking a 2.3bl loss 30 trade deals in last qtr alone between china/south Africa can see the mining companies taken over for next to nothing and why are we giving Zimbabwe a 100ml a yr in aid? remember what they did to Turner & Newall mining company 12/1 three days of c/bank intervention to ease company depreciation fears, in laymens terms a lot of hard work wiped out in a wk, 4/2 china just months from burning through its currency reserves dyor/nai
mike24
07/7/2015
23:36
Big 4 million shares dumped by some big holders this is in free fall now. I would not be surprised to see sub 100p
ch1ck
01/7/2015
11:26
nad share price rises today after chinese index fell sharply - beats me and I thought it would do better yesterday!
arja
26/6/2015
08:59
Latest NAV 192.63 but over the last few days the share price is taking a hammering.
pka3
08/6/2015
05:11
chinese index rocketing today and it might just stir FCSS to edge higher or is that wishful thinking !
arja
08/6/2015
03:44
this has become a real "dog" of late as even eddged down as chinese indices head higher !May take off soon I guess but maybe the high fees charged by greedy managemnt referred to above affect the performance .
arja
01/6/2015
08:12
there are only two in UK market I think - JMC is the other one . But I trade AGF in OZ using a CFD money to be made there .
arja
28/5/2015
14:11
is there any better alternative to this in terms of charges and equal or better performance
ali47fish
25/5/2015
10:28
If it just tracks the index as some investment treusts do , the fees charged are outrageous and reqsomn for pedestrian performsnce as chinese market rockets ! can still make money holding it I guess !
arja
24/5/2015
07:15
hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/11626186/Chinas-stock-market-bubble-shows-no-sign-of-bursting-yet.html
protean
19/4/2015
09:07
"Management Fee of 1% of the NAV payable quarterly in arrears. Performance Fee of 15% of any outperformance more than 2% of the total return on the benchmark index; capped at 1% of average asset value of each month end" Not far off hedge fund fees that
little beaker
14/4/2015
17:40
Latest nav 199p. Discount got to close and shares go higher unless Dow and wider stock markets fall. Crazy ride though.
its the oxman
14/4/2015
14:18
hi little beaker i have been watching this one for a while and its beating indian funds what do you mean by "Fidelity's cut is too high." many thanks
ali47fish
09/4/2015
11:10
It's just tracking Chinese stock markets higher. I don't like the fund as I think Fidelity's cut is too high.
little beaker
09/4/2015
10:50
Crazy nav uplift to 183p today.
its the oxman
08/4/2015
10:49
160 now is the time to run methinks!
spitfirerory
08/4/2015
09:53
Wide discount may slowly be reduced if the fund managers outperformance continues.
its the oxman
08/4/2015
09:08
Very encouraging share price movement.
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