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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

Jpmorgan Japanese Invest... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/4/2006
16:26
nerja, good point and i overlooked it as i tend to focus on other trading stocks with JFJ in my small portfoliio. I am actually down about 4% on my purchase price and maybe best to be wary when a trust trades at a premium to NAV unless super confident of future trend based on chart . It can change fairly quickly to a discount as you pointed out ! The Nikkei 225 chart suggests it is heading for about 20,000 in time!!
arja
30/3/2006
09:23
Tankan report due tomorrow I think. Will determine trend.
knowing
30/3/2006
09:22
Magical 17000 mark crossed...Should see more gains in JFJ soon.
grippa
29/3/2006
18:23
Marvellous!! was happy to read this http://greatbrilliantstocknews.zip.to
uhd
29/3/2006
18:19
topped up another 3000CFD's today I think we are on a roll
orvil
29/3/2006
11:29
arja, I think all thats happened is that at the start of the year the nav was at a slight premium, now the stock is trading at a 6% discount.
nerja
29/3/2006
08:36
this trust certainly underperforms the Japanese indices ! Must be bad management or too much churning of stocks !!
arja
24/3/2006
10:16
Japanese trade back in the black Japan's trade balance returned to surplus in February but the high cost of oil imports continued to be felt. Japan posted a surplus of 955.7bn yen ($8.17bn; £4.6bn) last month, as exports to China and the US improved. The surplus, although slightly lower than market expectations, marked a return to the black after Japan saw a surprise 348bn yen deficit in January. This was largely due to the Lunar holiday season and high oil prices, although the latter remain a factor. Improving picture Although an improvement on January's figures, February's surplus was 12% lower than in the same month last year. The value of exports rose a healthy 21% year-on-year to 5.8 trillion yen, as trade to other Asian economies picked up and Japanese cars continued to prove popular in the US. Imports rose faster, however, gaining 30% to 4.89 trillion yen on the back of higher oil costs. Japan's deficit with China fell to $97.4m in February - 90% lower than this time last year - while its surplus with the US rose 9.6% to $6.3bn. The Japanese economy has recovered over the past year, boosting domestic demand and improving the outlook for exporters. The Bank of Japan recently announced plans to tighten its longstanding 'ultra-loose' monetary policy, indicative of the upturn in output. "Exports are improving but oil prices continue to keep import prices high," Soichi Okuda, senior economist at Sumitomo Shoji Research, said of the latest figures. "But the strength in exports is more indicative of the nation's recovery, which is continuing."
megsta
17/3/2006
08:09
just opened another 3000 share CFD-I have been absent for a while because of the recent poor performance, but with the rising of the discount to net asset value and I think the Jap market is due for a run I will be increasing my position with caution.
orvil
16/3/2006
00:00
What if it doesn't ? What if it does and all the HOT money flees to Japan ? Jeez
knowing
15/3/2006
23:50
if the dow crashes next week so will this
jonno1
15/3/2006
19:31
or STOCK MARKET OUTLOOK: Exports To Lift Nikkei To 20,000 This Year Nikkei Interactive 17:30
knowing
13/3/2006
20:52
Maybe STOCK MARKET OUTLOOK: Nikkei To Top 18,500 By June On Corp Gains Nikkei Interactive 17:28 9-Mar-06
knowing
11/3/2006
12:00
We are now at more than 5% discount to NAV!!
grippa
03/3/2006
22:54
Knowing: If you're waiting for the Nik to go up to 17k I hope that you're not holding your breath. I think that the Jap story is over for quite some time now, the Live Door scandal will roll on for the rest of the year and knowing how much potential there is in Japan for another corruption scandal I have a horrible feeling that a new one will start before the old one is put to bed. I still hold a small amount of JPS but I cannot see any decent prospects for it in the near future - let's just hope that the summer might bring a bit of cheer to the Jap I.Ts. Good luck to you anyway.
nephin
26/2/2006
22:43
Hopefully higher to go on this one. Watch the Nikkei close and if positive then buy in IMO. Expect Nik to go upto 17K+
knowing
21/2/2006
22:09
I went back into JPS today, I looked at this one but I think that when the market turns it will be the small firms that get off the canvas first. P.S. As a point of interest if anybody has a couple of minutes to spare have a look at VOF
nephin
21/2/2006
12:32
Nav 300 price 315, must be 24 hrs behind?
orvil
21/2/2006
08:12
Looks like time to be buying back in.
knowing
20/2/2006
19:57
red & markth I held quite a few JPS and I got out @ 401p. I'm hoping to get back in soon but I'm worried about trying to catch a falling knife ect. Its all a bit confusing at the moment.
nephin
20/2/2006
19:04
Japanese consumer spending has picked up and the charts are at last showing that retracement that was long overdue. I really don't understand why investors start running to the door whenever the chart retraces - nothing goes up in a straight line. I see it as a good buying opportunity even if the price should fall back a bit more.
red army
20/2/2006
18:35
I have never seen IT shares go into a melt down like these Jap ones have, JPS is the worse one. It looks as though the Live Door scandal is going to pull the index down to 1450/1500. I'm glad that I'm out & safe.
nephin
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