Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fidelity China Special Situations Plc 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
  2.00 0.83% 243.00 242.50 243.50 245.50 242.00 242.00 840,396 16:20:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 30.9 23.0 4.1 59.9 1,335

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/1/2020
03:17
Now is most definitely not the time to be investing in China. Even the most optimistic forecast is controlling the virus in the next three months. When the rate of infections slows you can expect a relief rally, followed by the grim realisation that this was caused by one original infection and that it could begin spreading again until a vaccine is produced en masse. There will be an opportunity to buy but that time is not now.
andyj
28/1/2020
11:12
I was actually expecting a much larger drop in the NAV from yesterdays market close however this was not the case. If "Corona" is contained quickly then this may represent a good opportunity at current price.
galaxy enforcer
27/1/2020
16:15
and i got out completely at £2.375 on thursday 23rd Jan. Seemed clear to me, there was bound to be further reaction to coronavirus.
cordwainer
26/1/2020
12:55
I took profits at the same price. I agree but this virus could destroy the Chinese economy in the short term.
andyj
17/1/2020
10:27
Took a few profits 250p. Probably wrong thing to do as looking out 5 years this will undoubtedly be a lot higher.
its the oxman
27/11/2019
12:10
NAV where it was in May 2017. According to Dale Nicholls "Looking across valuations within the portfolio overall, we are back to levels last seen after the sharp A-share driven correction in 2015, which was an opportune entry point for investors."
shieldbug
31/10/2019
19:20
Added at 207p , not sure when this will push higher and yes it could go lower but valuations are certainly not stretched.
its the oxman
10/8/2019
06:21
You got your wish! I am waiting for sub 200, but fine if it does not go there.
andyj
02/8/2019
08:57
Up and down at the whim of Trumps tweets re China and tariffs.Tempted to add if we go much under 220p.
its the oxman
05/3/2019
13:58
235p, better
its the oxman
04/3/2019
09:18
Chart has a nice double bottom in place now over last 6 months, not sure what that means for the future though. But if Mr Trump can agree a trade deal i hope to see a steady climb.
its the oxman
26/2/2019
09:25
See the latest ADVFN twitter poll about Funds: https://twitter.com/advfn/status/1100297573917736961
shiv1986
25/2/2019
09:25
Better 225p, plenty to go yet, still dreaming of a break through 300p one day.
its the oxman
01/2/2019
15:04
Bloody awful. Just getting back over 200p. In for the long haul here. Will move sharp when it does though. Buy buy buy.
its the oxman
04/12/2018
07:37
Benn adding a few of these over the past month. Not like me to start at the bottom! :0)
shavian
08/10/2018
08:01
where is the bottom here? markets feel like a slow motion car crash at the moment but it doesn't yet feel like we are anywhere near capitulation stage. I want to buy these in my sipp but sat on my hands at the moment.
nimbo1
21/8/2018
13:59
In my view the unreduced tencent positioning was a management misstep given the increased regulatory and competitive threats, but i guess there would have been some profit taking on the way up just to maintain the similar weighting. Guessing range bound below 245p until Q4 on largely indirect effects of politics / sentiment. Top up below 225p seems very reasonable.
cordwainer
16/8/2018
07:46
300p seems a long way off now, added today 218p
its the oxman
07/6/2018
08:46
Be nice if the share price can get to 300p as well this year.
its the oxman
22/5/2018
06:54
Nav all time high c.300p
its the oxman
10/5/2018
11:25
nav creeping up again
lance corporal winstanley ash
16/4/2018
16:31
Not sinking, but correcting along with equities in general since January, so far. For starters, Alibaba and Tencent are both down 15% over the past month and together make up around 25% of the fund. They are the main reason I trimmed my FCSS holding in December on valuation concerns, although I'm not sure whether at least part of these holdings are via the NYSE ADR's but they got hit by recent tech sector sentiment just the same I suppose. No doubt the manager will say these stocks are all about the longer term growth story. OTOH, we have a discount of around 12%, and a larger portion of presumably hand-picked smaller companies less exposed to global market trading.
cordwainer
16/4/2018
08:52
229p is this ship sinking?
its the oxman
18/3/2018
17:30
NAV retesting high point at 291p but discount slightly more than 1-yr average. New Chinese central bank governor to be chosen tomorrow.
cordwainer
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