Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
JP Morgan Chinese I.T. LSE:JMC London Ordinary Share GB0003435012 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50p -1.10% 315.50p 314.00p 317.00p 317.00p 305.00p 311.00p 114,540 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 0.6 1.2 272.0 236.64

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10/1/2013
10:41
China-Russia trade grew 11.2 percent in 2012 from the previous year to $88.16 billion, the Chinese General Customs Administration reported on Thursday. Trade with the European Union, China's largest trading partner, declined by 3.7 percent last year to $546.04 billion while trade with the United States, China's second-largest trading partner, grew by 8.5 percent to $484.68 billion. China's trade with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) grew by 10.2 percent to $400.09 billion. Japan ranked only fifth in trade with China in 2012, ceding its fourth place to Hong Kong. China-Japan trade fell 3.9 percent to $329.45 billion. China's foreign trade increased by 6.2 percent in 2012 to $3.87 trillion, with exports growing by 7.9 percent to $2.05 trillion and imports rising 4.3 percent to $1.82 trillion.
loganair
03/12/2012
08:37
It was all talk about reblancing the economy towards domestic consumption, it looks like that the industrials and even property developpers are bouncing back whilst consummer staple stocks are taking the Shangai Composite Index down. Good indus PMI numbers this WE. We'll have to wait longer for a stimulus - if any. Meanwhile, the rest of Asia China's trading partners see their market indices flying off on the back of these numbers.
alphahunter
09/11/2012
07:43
Took small profit in FCSS at 79p from 75p (the trust trades at 2% discount now) and switched to JPM China at 133.5p, whose discount to nav increased slightly over the last three weeks whilst FCSS's shrunk. Increased the overall exposure to China. Good numbers this am on inflation, industrial production and retail sales, if the official Chinese data are to be believed.
alphahunter
14/5/2012
11:31
http://www.independent.ie/business/chinas-stateowned-banks-really-are-built-on-quicksand-3105947.html
lbo
11/5/2012
11:18
China economy shows unexpected signs of weakness - China's economy stuttered unexpectedly in April with lower-than-expected output data, softening retail sales and easing prices suggesting economic headwinds might be stiffer than thought, requiring more robust policy responses to counter them. Industrial output expanded at its slowest annual pace in April in nearly three years, while fixed asset investment growth dipped to its lowest in almost a decade. The weak growth in fixed asset investment signalled that the impact of a prolonged credit crunch in China's real estate sector, and of flagging demand from export markets, was more severe than first thought. In fact, new loans in April were well below what most market observers had expected, helping to explain continued tight conditions for businesses and developers despite the gentle easing espoused by Beijing. "The data suggests further deceleration of the economy at the start of Q2, with all segments of private demand weak," Dariusz Kowalczyk, economist at Credit Agricole-CIB in Hong Kong, said. "This increases the pressure for policy stimulus, both fiscal and monetary. In particular given lower inflation, we believe that there is room for, and need for, such policy easing."
loganair
04/5/2012
10:23
JMCS seem to keep rising - fast! I don't hold any,
hectorp
19/1/2012
11:34
Subscription shareholders have just been offered another opportunity to convert their subscription shares into new ordinary shares at a cost of £1.68 per share. Why would anyone want to do that when the offer price for ords is currently £1.31?
plootocrat
17/1/2012
18:09
Next resistance around 140p... Better get some tomorrow.
hectorp
11/11/2011
12:18
Still in a downtrend IMO. Need to see a big breakout. A lot of worry still around about China recovery.
hectorp
11/11/2011
09:06
This fund is oversold and has some catching up to be done.
igoe104
11/11/2011
09:06
This fund is oversold and has some catching up to be done.
igoe104
29/5/2011
09:15
Telegraph - 29/5/11: The engine of this growth is, of course, China, where foreign investors continue to underestimate the scale of its economic transformation. China is at the beginning of a domestic consumption growth story that puts it on a par with Japan in about 1969. Like Japan before it, China has built its remarkable growth on exports. Private spending accounts for about only 35pc of economic output, half the proportion in the US and way below even the other export giants, Germany and Japan. The government's latest five-year plan is explicit about the need to rebalance from exports to domestic consumption and it is relaxed about wages rising at 7pc to 10pc, a rate that could see earnings double in just seven years. That kind of growth rate underpins the prediction that by 2020 the number of households enjoying disposable income of more than $30,000 will rise from 1m last year to 12m and those having more than $15,000 a year from 13m to 53m. This is just the beginning of a process that will see far more affluent Chinese in 20 years' time than Europeans or Americans. China is already the world's largest car market but it barely registers in terms of car ownership per head of population. Today, fewer than a third of the population has access to the internet and they are pretty much all down China's eastern seaboard. In the next two years, that penetration rate is expected to rise to 51pc, with the interior fast catching up with the coastal cities. Of course, rapid growth in GDP is not synonymous with good investment outcomes. But in the case of China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, it is forecast to lead to corporate earnings growth of close to 20pc a year compared with 12.5pc globally over the next three to five years. Despite this, shares in the Greater China region are valued no more highly than their counterparts in Western markets. That simple comparison is, in a nutshell, why the underperformance of the past six months will not last. Investors are worried that tighter monetary policy will choke off growth in Asia but I would argue that the willingness of the region's central banks to raise rates is a sign of their confidence. Contrast that with the caution of the Federal Reserve and Bank of England, which both know full well what higher rates would mean for our sickly economies. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/tom-stevenson/8543802/Why-China-raising-interest-rates-is-the-best-advert-for-investors.html
simon gordon
16/4/2011
13:58
Thanks for that i,ll put that in the header. i hold alot of these in a isa, im also tempted to invest into the brazil fund as well in my share fund.
igoe104
16/4/2011
11:52
Here is the link to the JP Morgan web page om this investment fund: http://www.jpmorganassetmanagement.co.uk/Investor//OurInvestmentRange/Chinese-JPM-IT.aspx I have been buying.
alun rm
07/4/2011
18:25
Jim O'Neill of Goldman Sachs was on CNBC today saying he expects Chinese equities to now start a new bull market.
simon gordon
18/3/2011
12:18
This has been well over sold, its value should be 1.61. im continuing to add in my isa.
igoe104
05/11/2010
11:02
Keep an eye on the NAV, if the share price gets much greater than 6% premium it's time to sell on any sign of weakness in the markets.
tarvold
05/11/2010
10:32
I wonder if this can go all the way up to £2. its having a great run at the moment.
igoe104
19/10/2010
11:20
This share is on a nice run, cant believe their isnt more interest on the forums. i was going to start buying into the brazil fund as well, it seems i should of thats up 25% on the month as well. dam
igoe104
08/10/2010
13:22
This fund is hitting new highs and i can only seeing getting higher. alot of this funds investments will evenually be the biggest companies in the world. even with me already making big profits, im looking for alot more yet.
igoe104
16/7/2010
16:09
Something of interest perhaps. My Fidelity investments have always been the wrong ones but I like the idea of an investment trust. This article says it is currently rading 5% below nav. http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/2010/07/15/anthony-bolton-bull-in-a-china-shop.aspx?source=ufwflwlnk0000001
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