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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jpmorgan Japanese Investment Trust Plc LSE:JFJ London Ordinary Share GB0001740025 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 1.69% 602.00 601.00 603.00 603.00 600.00 600.00 519,117 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 9.4 5.2 115.5 971

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25/1/2007
12:58
NAV = 276.83, highest for some time.
tiraider
24/1/2007
11:26
(Close): Leading Japanese shares were higher by close of trade Wednesday, after reaching their highest level in over six years, buoyed by exporters. The benchmark Nikkei index ended 98.83 points up at 17,507.4 while the broader Topix was 0.45 points up at 1,738.61. Exporting firm such as Toyota, which rose 1.8%, were boosted by strong earnings forecasts. Electric power firm Kansai Electric rose 3.1% after being upgraded and Tokyo Electric Power added 2.3%. Fallers included Advantest along with shares in other chip industry firms after Credit Suisse downgraded certain ratings in the industry.
tiraider
23/1/2007
13:47
N225 just off the nine month high today (from yesterday). A small push will take it to a 15 year high. JFJ nav now 272. Getting ready to go higher......252 the res, once clear, expect some sharp rises.
tiraider
17/1/2007
12:12
(Close): Property companies led the market higher after reports that the Bank of Japan may keep interest rates on hold this week. The Nikkei 225 index ended the day up 58.89 points at 17,261.35. The news lifted real estate shares, with Mitsubishi Estate rising 2.9% and Sumitomo Realty & Development up 2.1%. The reports of a rate freeze hit bank shares, with Mizuho Financial Group down 0.2% and Sumitomo Trust & Banking Co falling 1.1%.
tiraider
15/1/2007
23:06
Tokyo shares outlook - Firm amid improved sentiment TOKYO (XFN-ASIA) - Share prices are expected to open higher as investor sentiment continues to improve, with a weak yen and receding concerns over the strength of the US economy reviving expectations for a better-than-expected profit performance by Japanese exporters, dealers said. Worries are also receding over the health of the corporate sector in Japan in the wake of the release yesterday of a slightly stronger-than-expected machinery orders, they said. But activity here may be slow due to the absence of US players, with US markets closed on Monday for Martin Luther King Day, dealers said. In addition, the top side may be capped on caution ahead of the start tomorrow of a two-day policy board meeting, where the nine policy board members of the Bank of Japan are widely expected to vote to raise overnight call rate for the first time since July last year. On the Tokyo bourse yesterday, the blue-chip Nikkei 225 Stock Average closed up 152.91 points or 0.9 pct at 17,209.92, while the broader TOPIX index of all first-section issues was 19.31 points or 1.15 pct higher at 1,704.58. Ahead in Japan, the Bank of Japan will release 10 minutes before the opening bell corporate goods prices for December, while the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will announce in the afternoon revised industrial production data for November. Shin-Etsu Chemical announces earnings for April-December. Stocks to watch include Sanyo Electric after the struggling consumer electronics maker announced it and Haier Group of China signed today a formal agreement to establish a joint venture and start collaboration in the refrigerator business, in line with a tentative agreement on Oct 27. Credit Saison Co Ltd may draw attention on a report that the credit card firm will begin selling no-load investment trusts to its 24 mln cardholders in March through a tie-up with US mutual fund firm Vanguard Group Inc, targetting a net asset balance of 200 bln yen by 2010. Marubeni Corp may advance on a report that the trading house has bought 100 pct of Integrated Resources Holdings Inc of the US for some 8 bln yen. Integrated Resources Holdings Inc owns AT Clayton & Co, a distributor of lightweight coated paper used in magazines and other printed materials. Komatsu Ltd may be active on a report that it has won mining equipment orders totaling some 32 bln yen from a Mexican gold miner and a Chinese coal producer.
knowing
13/1/2007
13:14
Unfortunately, JPM with the best stockpicks in the Japan, are fighting a rising GBP / falling Yen
tiraider
13/1/2007
11:27
Japanese stock markets have a huge way to catch up with the rest of Asia...I am surprised we are at such a discount to NAV and that more people are'nt optimistic about prospects in Japan! Especially as last year was so bad. Lets hope JPM can pick the right stocks from now on!
grippa
02/1/2007
23:33
Yep lot's of potential upside if you happen to pick the right fund in Japan. I have some of these and FJV along with a few others. Nikkei has to play catch up.
knowing
29/12/2006
10:29
Over the last 12mnths the NAV has fallen from £3.38 to £2.69 (-20%) over the same peroid the Nikkei has risen approx 1,000 points or 6%. To say this is dissapointing is an understatement! JFJ has wiped out all the other gains I made on my SIPP during last 6 months of 2006 despite only being 15% of the total. I'm giving the fund managers another 6-12mnths to prove themselves or I'll be switching.
pinhead3
28/12/2006
17:47
There's a band of resistance in the 245 - 253 range. It will need to clear that before progressing. It has broken clear of the pennant today, so technically should rise towards the top of that resistance band. Recent events (JPM buy back programme) will assist in taking any market overhang out and help it on it's way. That's my humble opinion anyway. It's certainly good value at the current price.
haveagoodday
28/12/2006
11:04
JFJ Sp now at a £0.22 discount to NAV. Almost 10% Discount.
grippa
16/12/2006
02:48
this fund has been a big disappointment in 2006 the fund is 255th position out of 273 investment funds - although many of the tail enders are Japan funds 2007 should be better!
nod
15/12/2006
14:55
Seems like a good time to tuck a few away with the share price at the bottom of the longer term N225 rising price channel.
tiraider
13/12/2006
17:08
grippa-have you seen the currency effect 15% depreciation since feb 06, when it turns we will see massive potential.
orvil
13/12/2006
16:14
Market going up...JFJ going down?!?!
grippa
25/10/2006
09:11
I took profits yesterday selling at 262.45, bought HHR instead
silent_angel
21/10/2006
13:58
Could this be 3rd time lucky as JFJ rockets up to break the 270 barrier?
silent_angel
13/10/2006
14:25
For anyone interested check out JRIC (Japan Residential Investment Company)floated today. Remit to invest in Japanese residential conurbations with a prospective yield of 3-6%. DYOR.
flashheart
13/10/2006
14:18
I see what you mean, maybe JFJ invested in more long term shares that haven't come to fruition yet. It will on average only go as high as the NAV that it reports each day, but yeah the chances are if the Nikkei goes up, JFJ has some shares that have gone up with that. Just relax knowing that the Toucan report on the Japanese economy that came out recently was very positive, and even if JFJ are buying and selling the wrong shares at the wrong time, whats done is done and they can go up on what shares they are now in in the Nikkei... which went up another 1% yesterday!
silent_angel
12/10/2006
12:49
Its still very frustrating that this is around 30% below its Jan high (inc NAV) whereas the NI225 has now recovered to be amost flat for the year!
hosede
09/10/2006
11:41
mid price at time of writing is 255 yet the value of them is 274.9 which is about 8% more.
silent_angel
03/10/2006
10:14
Thanks Orvil! i take it that means that a lot of people will start buying, but at what price?
silent_angel
03/10/2006
08:16
silent angel-me to-i have opened up a heap of cfds awaiting the rebound
orvil
02/10/2006
14:09
I have made a loss three times on this share in the past you would think i have learnt by now however im in again as this time their net asset value is 275.81 compared to the share price of 255 at the moment, and that is before the Nikkei rise last night filters through, From previous daily agonising over this share I have noticed usually the share price runs at 10p less than the net asset value, after the net value is updated tomorrow, this will be trading well under its true value, (if the share price doesn't go up by then) anyway i rate this a buy now, not that my past experience is anything to go by!
silent_angel
21/9/2006
12:34
Thanks for replies - I think Japan is an invesment for the long term and I'm relatively happy to stick it out. As you say Stillbroke both these trusts have good long term records
hosede
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