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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
  -9.00 -2.05% 430.00 430.50 432.00 440.00 428.50 440.00 1,635,475 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 33.0 25.2 4.5 95.3 2,216

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/3/2011
11:29
NAV: 98p!!!!! No further questions..
roman2325
15/3/2011
10:31
Hectorp: what are your thoughts on the chart now? Back to your 80p prediction?
roman2325
12/3/2011
12:31
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/8375952/Top-Asia-fund-manager-bearish-on-China.html
roman2325
10/3/2011
17:20
Its clobbered the rest of the market however.
gbb483
10/3/2011
10:00
Very poor China trade figures, imports too strong. However, has not impacted on the Fund here, a good sign. Will watch from now for a chance to add again.
hectorp
09/3/2011
08:37
Chart looking much better now.
hectorp
08/3/2011
13:16
If its bouncing back, there is this inverted head and shoulders in play. Chartists will have taken note of it. roman, calm down. anyhow the ETF is not covering 'special sits' but is a blind overall Fund. OK it has its values, but it's not Mr Bolton in charge. ;-) AS said I may add an ETF as well as.
hectorp
08/3/2011
10:34
It looks like that now all the mis-conceptions about the C shares have gone the share price is bouncing back.
gbb483
07/3/2011
08:53
Hectorp - if you really want to buy China buy an ETF. This is still on a silly premium and with the whopping fees Fido are charging it makes no sense to buy this (NAV is 103 for Christ's sake)
roman2325
07/3/2011
08:49
We can devalue in the west to create a platform to compete with the east in producing goods to export. The problem then is obvious! How do you get UK EU and US wages down to £1 an hour? 80p an hour? 80% devaluation perhaps, and thats a case for holding gold and silver. We simply cannot seriously compete. Also the East is fast becoming a 2 Billion people inclusive trading market with China as hub. Britain is a minnow, and our great Banking-based 'economy' is more or less stuffed for now at least. HSBC even, threatens to leave for H-K. I don't blame. I suspect it is still better holding this Fund or a China ETF than simply puting cash into a Yuan account. Also FCSS has come off quite a bit.
hectorp
06/3/2011
17:20
I suspect Chinese manufacturing is becoming so good that they will be able to sustain exports even with a substantial strenghtening of their currency. I think that bank account in Glasgow might well be worth a flutter as the Western nations leapfrog over each other to devalue their currencies/encourage inflation.
atflores
06/3/2011
15:02
But, he must know that, this creating a negative view of his Fund. Also I see China is to cut income tax for low paid. ( 3rd March decision) this will be good for Chinese markets. The poorer half of the population are hit by food and basic goods inflation. This will help a great deal. Perhaps a China ETF would do or half ETF half Mr Bolton's Fund. I see the China Bank in Glasgow will offer a Yuan savings account ( news today's press) min deposit £1800 paying 2.6% interest. Of course it is a currency play mainly. I doubt I shall subscribe.
hectorp
03/3/2011
12:23
Hectorp - if the premium remains he will raise more money - simple as that. With the Chinese economy stuttering further every day I see no reason to invest here
roman2325
03/3/2011
12:18
I can recommend the King's speech prompter, Ian. -I wonder at long last if I might dip a toe in again. But I fear next year he could come up with a further wheeze, eg 'D' shares then 'E' shares and in 2014, the dreaded 'Priority F' shares. Also there is a fair chance that in 2012-13 China will have massive inflation problems.
hectorp
01/3/2011
11:51
At the risk of splitting hairs, I make the effective price 105.5 (100/94.83) and calculate that accepting the offer has produced around 1% more shares than a direct market purchase..... not a big deal, but at least we have kept our heads above water!
ianwwwhite
28/2/2011
17:37
So the C shares are effectively priced at 104.5p - which means your dilution is purely imaginary.
gbb483
24/2/2011
11:31
Hey guys, just buy buy buy at these nice low levels.....only way is up
halfpenny
24/2/2011
10:23
Seeing as the new issue is bringing in new money, it's not a one for three dilution, it's expansion. Any dilution is just 1/1.05 due to the price difference (further minimised by the ratio of existing stock to new stock, your 1 to 3, which makes it 1/1.01666). All who applied got all they asked for (not mentioned in the RNS) - so the underwriters had some mopping up to do.
gbb483
24/2/2011
08:21
Shocking chart! I'll come back in mid 90's ish.
whizzy1
23/2/2011
12:23
Shocking NAV.. HSBC (who've got a fair few corp clients in the region) have said stay away from China until the end of 2011 - can't see any reason what so ever to buy this for the next few months
roman2325
23/2/2011
10:20
The one for three dilution alone puts me off this now having not been holding. I would want to reconsider an entry only back under a pound. China is having a few difficulties and I'd not be surprised to see this at 80p or less in 6 months.
hectorp
17/2/2011
08:27
Lots of disgruntled posters / investors here. This is where ADVFN threads can gives valuable guidance by reading them compared to someone going to a broker and being advised ' you should hold 8% in China, we have this excellent Fund".
hectorp
14/2/2011
18:13
No, it's just the dead cat you've got in there.
gbb483
14/2/2011
16:07
There must be a glitch with my computer - the share price appears to be going up!
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