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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
  -1.00 -0.23% 436.00 436.00 437.50 442.00 435.50 442.00 1,298,884 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 33.0 25.2 4.5 96.7 2,247

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/6/2011
12:32
Re-entry ? I just got out. There seems to be no reason to ever get back in.
tyranosaurus
16/6/2011
09:17
Still watching and looking for a re-entry point. Stiil not tempted yet !
masurenguy
16/6/2011
09:13
So, who benefitted most from the share dilution?
atflores
15/6/2011
19:38
How Anthony Bolton Destroyed The Market Fidelity China Special Situations (LSE: FCSS), the biggest investment trust launch of 2010, and in fact the biggest such launch for 16 years. http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/2011/06/14/how-bolton-destroyed-the-market.aspx?source=ufwflwlnk0000001
masurenguy
15/6/2011
11:37
There lies your reason why every institution ducked it
roman2325
14/6/2011
16:45
Has Anthony Bolton lost his touch ?? One year in China and nothing to show for it. Me thinks he should get a kick up the backside to either get this performing or retire.
tyranosaurus
13/6/2011
17:03
Same here, I'd be happy to catch the knife @mid 80's or low 90's
whizzy1
13/6/2011
14:55
Took profits and sold half my original holding in September and then the balance early in January. Now looking for a suitable re-entry point again.
masurenguy
10/6/2011
13:40
China "B" shares took a proper drubbing overnight, but I think the focus will be more on HKG and Shanghai A - Interesting performance vs FXC (FTSE XINHUA tracker) which has been fairly choppy over the last few months. These loo to be a proper retail punter's share with high charges, high hype, and no discount to NAV. There must be better out there, check trustnet.
little beaker
09/6/2011
14:56
I wonder how the big investors are taking this? Hiccup or out & into something more promising' I'm up 18% from SDY with the cash used when I sold out FCSS, interesting week ahead, no support at the moment it seems.
whizzy1
03/6/2011
07:31
Waiting to get back in on a previous low, soft numbers from the U.S later today should see investors reducing risk across the board. The weak may sell on fear, and if so, I shall buy hoping for an entry point in the low 90's and top up if it goes lower, once over a quid again, I shall stop buying.
whizzy1
02/6/2011
18:32
Actually ii are now calling these a bear to 90p, after it touched 102p and closed today on 102.5p, with a stop loss of 116p. CANNOT SEE THIS ON 116P ANYTIME SOON NOW. OF COURSE THIS IS AN OLD FASHIONED LONG ONLY SHARE AND THE ONLY THING TO DO IS, TO SELL UNTIL IT HAS BOTTOMED OUT.
a1samu
01/6/2011
17:30
Mid 90's shortly?
whizzy1
23/5/2011
21:47
roman it is not trading at a discount as the last NAV was from the 20th. Chinese market had a big down day today so NAV figures have some catching up to do.
knowing
23/5/2011
21:15
Can anyone tell me when year end figures are due and any dividends on this? dont think I have had anything through post and no indication here. They have been trading over a year now?
g.j.a
23/5/2011
12:29
Finally trading at a discount - who would have believed it ;)
roman2325
04/5/2011
06:07
Still over a 10 premium - Bolton raising more cash?
roman2325
21/4/2011
12:30
barnierbear look like you made a stupid mistake.....i see £1.20p short term with £1.50 medium based on AB...... just top up as its cheap as chips...... put to one side and come back to great returns in 3 years.......help u retire....
rocketblast
21/4/2011
12:27
wots the next high.... £1.20p
rocketblast
21/4/2011
12:25
wots the next high.... £1.20p
rocketblast
07/4/2011
15:13
A decent chinese punt - Looks like Prosperity's ACC stake is marching higher again, up 8.6% to another new high of 22.59, ACC stake now worth £170m. PMHL's total market valuation £168m. PMHL's Total Assets worth £538m (Net cash £140m)(Prosperity's ACC stake has a market value of £170m). Waiting for PMHL to play catch up. Prosperity Minerals Holdings (120.5p) (LON:PMHL) (30.3.11) has an absurdly low valuation according to Daniel Stewart & Co's Richard Nolan.
eagle12357
19/3/2011
06:36
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-03-18/china-raises-banks-reserve-requirement-ratio-by-50-basis-points-next-week.html
roman2325
18/3/2011
11:29
NAV: 98p!!!!! No further questions..
roman2325
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