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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jpmorgan Indian Investment Trust Plc LSE:JII London Ordinary Share GB0003450359 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00 -0.66% 748.00 749.00 750.00 753.00 749.00 752.00 23,357 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 3.1 0.2 -0.2 - 786

Jpmorgan Indian Investment Share Discussion Threads

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03/3/2021
09:33
I never trade this one as the spread is just too wide but chart looks good and of course the indian indices still uptrending . I see this has quite a big discount to NAV but maybe that is normal for this Trust ?
arja
26/2/2021
10:58
I just like the stock, I’m in
hpowell1
04/2/2021
11:37
Sale of state-owned firms could make India a $5 trillion economy: The Indian government’s efforts to privatize state-owned companies provide a “great opportunity” for the country to become a $5 trillion economy, a top Indian business leader told CNBC. This week the country’s Finance Ministry announced that the government has a disinvestment target of 1.75 trillion rupees (about $24 billion) for the next fiscal year, which starts on April 1. The government plans to sell state-owned assets to the private sector or list them on the stock exchange. This would include completing the privatization of state-owned companies such as Air India, Container Corporation of India and Shipping Corporation of India, among others. It would also involve a government proposal to make two public sector banks and a general insurance company private. “This is a very good move,” according to Anil Agarwal, executive chairman of diversified natural resources firm Vedanta Resources. He set up a $10 billion fund with UK-based investment firm Centricus last year, aimed at investing in government companies that are up for sale. Agarwal told CNBC that the government’s stake sale efforts will provide a “great opportunity, all over the world, for people to come in and invest.” It would also make the state-owned companies more productive, he added. India is expected to become the world’s fastest-growing economy in 2022, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The fund’s forecast followed “a stronger-than-expected” recovery in 2020. India’s economy is currently the fifth largest in the world, with a GDP of $2.6 trillion, according to the IMF.
loganair
05/8/2020
00:48
Maybe India as an alternative trading partner to China argument will give JII some upside LL
loss-leader
21/7/2020
09:54
but this stock just keeps rising albeit in a gentle fashion and chart looks good saying more to come .
arja
02/6/2020
17:51
India’s credit rating cut to lowest investment grade: Moody’s Investors Service has downgraded India’s credit rating to Baa3 with negative outlook, citing growing risks that Asia’s third-largest economy will face a prolonged period of slower growth amid rising debt. “The decision to downgrade India’s ratings reflects Moody’s view that the country’s policymaking institutions will be challenged in enacting and implementing policies which effectively mitigate the risks of a sustained period of relatively low growth, significant further deterioration in the general government fiscal position and stress in the financial sector,” the ratings agency said. It has also revised its current fiscal year (April 2020 to March 2021) GDP estimate for India to four percent contraction against zero percent growth projected earlier, citing a shock from the Covid-19 pandemic-related lockdown measures. S&P said last week that the country’s economy will shrink by five percent in the current fiscal year. India’s economic growth in the March quarter slowed to an 11-year low at 3.1 percent. Some 122 million Indians were forced out of jobs last month alone, the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy said on Monday, adding that the unemployment rate in May rose to 23.48 percent as a result of the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
loganair
29/4/2020
10:43
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/coronavirus-blood-clots-lungs-stroke/ Are tiny blood clots a more predominant cause of cv death than previously thought? Turmeric being a powerful blood thinner could be helping India fight China-19.
velvetide
07/4/2020
12:21
ANII looks the better play imv. JII too much cyclical exposure for me.
essentialinvestor
07/4/2020
10:37
Took some more this morning. Upside here versus developed markets and wider emerging market funds looks worth the risk. Was such a bonus being able to cash in close to NAV only a few weeks ago!
1nf3rn0
24/3/2020
09:36
''' azalea23 Mar '20 - 12:32 - 2134 of 2135 India and Bangladesh will be the next two countries who will become another Italy, once the virus takes hold there. ''' imo demographics (and diet ?) could counter this argument, however % smokers not favourable (although again this may be dunted by demographics which appears always a strong factor)
velvetide
23/3/2020
17:58
May be, however how much is already in the price may be the question?.
essentialinvestor
23/3/2020
12:32
India and Bangladesh will be the next two countries who will become another Italy, once the virus takes hold there.
azalea
23/3/2020
09:58
Time to be brave? Another 15% drop today, >25% discount to NAV
1nf3rn0
11/3/2020
15:25
HL confirmed the tender price received was £8.0434. The price i calculated below was after costs.
sludgesurfer
05/3/2020
13:11
I tendered all of my 1400 shares. I expected to only be able to sell around 40% but was in fact able to sell all but 3. I received £8.025 per share from HL on the 28th. I paid £3.69 for them back in 2014. Decent return but far from the best in the sector. Fair play to the board - they set a standard against the benchmark with a well defined penalty should they not meet it which they honoured. I wish all my ITs did so.
sludgesurfer
03/3/2020
13:31
Heck - Share Centre have taken all of mine at 804p. That's a result!
nk104
27/2/2020
09:02
India not as reliant on China as some other countries and only 3 cases of CV declared so far. I imagine NAV will drop 10% or more fairly swiftly if an outbreak occurs in a major town or city. Anyway, there are bargains galore (for longterm investors) for reinvesting tender funds once receipted. Probably pays to drip feed until the worst is over.
1nf3rn0
27/2/2020
07:45
I wrote the above assuming the Indian market like everywhere had fallen significantly. But looking it says the NAV was 782p last night. How on earth has it held up so well ?
graham1ty
27/2/2020
07:41
Getting 804p feels like manna from heaven in these markets ! If the timetable had been a couple of weeks later, JII would have been selling into a horrible market, getting horrible prices, and the NAV might have been 650p......
graham1ty
24/2/2020
10:46
I’m going to hold off a little longer just in case India does catch a dose of the virus. I can’t think of a harder country in which to try and contain an outbreak if one does happen.
cpgrang
24/2/2020
10:21
Yes, very lucky ! It is a 17% premium at the current price. I wonder how many will just buy back in below 700p ? Either get more shares than you had before be reinvesting the lot, or buy back the same number and keep the difference as a “dividend̶1;. I would have thought quite a few
graham1ty
24/2/2020
08:41
The whack shares are taking today on coronavirus worries makes beig able to cash in here at a good price even more fortunate.
1nf3rn0
21/2/2020
14:14
I tendered my full holding of 2,450 shares and have 5 still showing as ordinary shares held and 2,445 as "Assented Tender Offer Accepted". I'll see what happens when the proceeds hit next Friday. And yes, I'm with HL.
cpgrang
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