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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fidelity Japan Trust Plc LSE:FJV London Ordinary Share GB0003328555 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.45% 222.00 220.00 224.00 219.00 219.00 219.00 149,138 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 2.9 0.7 0.3 765.5 290

Fidelity Japan Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/10/2008
15:07
Up to 33% profit now - not many shares you can say that about in this market over a 12 day timeframe.............sure i can't tempt anyone?
carver66
13/10/2008
15:19
Well that's over 10% on the first day of holding - is no-one going to dive in and join me? As long as Dow holds its gains - the Nikkei is going up again in the morning..........
carver66
10/10/2008
14:06
Just bought 50k of these at 30p - target 50p by the end of the year.
carver66
11/8/2008
22:26
Might add a few tomorrow.Nikkei been rising but Sp in the doldrums.
knowing
05/6/2008
14:52
http://www.h-l.co.uk/news_and_expert_views/feature_articles/articles/055/rq/article.hl Very interesting
knowing
04/6/2008
18:35
Fidelity Japanese Values Plc The net asset value (unaudited) for the above fund as at close of business on 03/06/2008 was: With debt at par: 68.11p. With debt at fair value: 68.09p. NB. The securities used to calculate the NAV have been valued on a bid basis. The valuation of the assets is as at each local market close or, where appropriate, adjusted for changes in the fair value of these assets at the valuation time, 17:00 GMT. Revenue to date is included in the NAV calculation. END
knowing
30/5/2008
11:41
Daily NAV Announcement Fidelity Japanese Values Plc The net asset value (unaudited) for the above fund as at close of business on 29/05/2008 was: With debt at par: 65.85p. With debt at fair value: 65.96p. NB. The securities used to calculate the NAV have been valued on a bid basis. The valuation of the assets is as at each local market close or, where appropriate, adjusted for changes in the fair value of these assets at the valuation time, 17:00 GMT. Revenue to date is included in the NAV calculation. END
knowing
30/5/2008
11:40
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/7426988.stm I suppose that the government might get jolted out of their paralysis if things get bad enough. They'll make some audacious policy decisions only when it looks like they'll be booted out of office - that's Japanese politics for you! And then they might still be the wrong one's - remember all the money spent on roads to nowhere etc! The slightest good news could make a big upward difference, like when Koizumi was elected. At the moment though, they seem to be squandering his positive achievements.
cyborg27
29/5/2008
07:09
Nikkei up 3% today
knowing
19/5/2008
14:55
Larger buys coming in today.
knowing
16/5/2008
19:04
Just looked on Trustnet, and FJV is the top NAV performer recently - doing really well.
cyborg27
16/5/2008
17:14
http://www.postchronicle.com/news/business/article_212147889.shtml
knowing
16/5/2008
17:12
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601084&sid=alb_aZo6FuJk&refer=stocks
knowing
16/5/2008
09:48
Japan's Sumitomo Mitsui Financial FY net rises 4.6 percent on one-off gains TOKYO (Thomson Financial) - Japanese banking group Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc. said Friday its net profit rose 4.6 percent in the fiscal year ended March, boosted by one-off gains from the recent consolidation of its leasing units. Japan's third-largest banking group said the one-off gains more than offset the bigger writedowns it took for non-financial institutions in Japan and losses related to its subprime loan exposure. The company posted net profit of 461.54 billion yen ($4.4 billion), up from 441.3 billion the year before. Pretax profit before extraordinary items grew a marginal 4.1 percent to 831.2 billion yen. Revenue rose 18.5 percent to 4.62 trillion yen. SMFG incurred a total loss of 93 billion yen from the sale of part of its residential mortgage-backed securities and other securitized assets, as well as from writedowns and loan-loss provisions. The loss announced was smaller than the estimate given by SMFG in January, when it said it was expecting such losses to reach 99 billion yen. SMFG said it also booked a loss of 30 billion yen to write down part of its exposure to U.S. bond insurers. The group said it spent some 147.8 billion yen to clean up its bad debts in the year to March 2008, compared to the earlier estimate of 110 billion yen, as it had to downgrade the classification of some of its borrowers and set aside extra provisions. But it generated more than 100 billion yen in equity method gains from the consolidation of its leasing subsidiaries. The company declared an annual dividend of 12,000 yen per share in the fiscal year just ended, compared to 7,000 yen paid in the year to March 2007. For the current fiscal year to March 2009, SMFG forecasts a net profit of 480 billion yen and a pretax profit of 850 billion yen on revenue of 3.90 trillion yen. It plans to pay an annual dividend of 14,000 yen per share this year.
knowing
16/5/2008
09:15
I was in with FJVW (warrants)for quite a while. Could have taken big profits just prior to dot com bubble bursting, but got burned in the end like many others. Stayed in for recovery that never came. Let's hope this time with FJV, things recover in Japan on a sustained footing & with substance. (Dreading massive earthquake in Tokyo!!!) I also have Invesco Perpetual Japan smaller companies oeic - can be volatile - good & bad.
cyborg27
16/5/2008
08:59
cyborg I have been picking up Legg Mason again as they dropped from over £3 to around a £ now.The Topix was hit about 2-3 years ago and never recovered.Maybe it will now as people go out looking for bargains.
knowing
16/5/2008
08:56
The discount must be narrowing in anticipation of things improving. Small-caps can double in a few months - watch this space!
cyborg27
16/5/2008
08:32
Up again. Was reading a report saying that confidence was building in the Japanese market.
knowing
15/5/2008
13:59
65p NAV at present valuation
knowing
15/5/2008
10:33
Maybe people starting to see value in Japan again.
knowing
15/5/2008
10:33
All buys again today so far
cyborg27
15/5/2008
09:22
Nice W formation on the charts.
knowing
08/5/2008
22:59
looks like share buybacks
bigspuds
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