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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.00 0.7% 579.00 133,752 15:29:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
576.00 580.00 580.00 576.00 576.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 9.97 5.52 104.9 934
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:44:57 O 3,421 581.00 GBX

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Jpmorgan Japanese Invest... Daily Update: Jpmorgan Japanese Investment Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JFJ. The last closing price for Jpmorgan Japanese Invest... was 575p.
Jpmorgan Japanese Investment Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 542p and a 12 week average price of 508p.
The 1 year high share price is 580p while the 1 year low share price is currently 323p.
There are currently 161,248,078 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 339,251 shares. The market capitalisation of Jpmorgan Japanese Investment Trust Plc is £933,626,371.62.
zcaprd7: Yes, my slight concern, but their top ten holdings all look ripe to benefit (banks and exporters) and the video of the fund manager was convincing enough... I though the lagging share price was due to the dividends coming out? (which I like as well)
watwungyi: last week, i went for a walking tour arranged by british library which is making a sort of awareness campaign about enviroment. there i met a student from japan studying at soas. and out of curiosity, i asked if she would go back to jap for job or find one here. she said she's already got a job from japan and said employment prospect are getting better and better. baby-boomers are retiring and the surging of jap's economy means japs are entering a new phase. secondly, japs are gradually changing their tight immigration policy and the declining population will eventually force them to accept more naturalization, not only talented brazillian footballers. so prospect seems ok for jap's future. recent data though are weak and crisis in western markets have dragged the share price. but prospects are good for long termers.
watwungyi: haveagoodday, good to see you here. i am not a veteran investor as you said i appear to claim to be. btw, i almost finished reading the shipley's japanese money tree, a good book from ft which i would recommend anyone interested in investing in japan. the author pointed out interesting sectors to look value in particulars. real estate and technology with strong protection by means of intellectual property rights. Some key events to look out. Japanese investors've been sending their money abraod because of their perception that valued can't be found in the country. so there's a large capital outflow which weakens yen and result in unattractive returns from domestic investment. but that is going to change as japanese economy shows consistent signs of sustained recovery and jap investors will take profit from overseas investment and put their money in domestic investment and that should be good for japanese investment. and next is interest rates rise by BoJ which should be a good thing, first many companies are valued on the assumption of deflation, which means market cap for the companies are less than their NAV. But interest rate hike means their worth should be revalued and boost share price, this should reinforce capital inflow and visciious circle began. so two things we need to look out, capital inflow and interest rate( last week it was 8 1) so there is no certainty in August decision. But it will come soon. two invst trust in particular: jfj and melchoir jap trust, some may opt for fidelity jap values. anyone any interesting investment here. but for me for the next ten years, vietnam(+southeast asia) and japan are good places to invest in Asia pacific, and aus and nz to a lesser extent due to seemingly undiminshing commodity bull market. by the way, i have been making heavy losses betting against dow jones and ftse though i haven't closed my short positions. thursday rally was more of hedge funds desperately trying to cover their shor hedges and that reinforced the gains which follow, unfortunately for me, the following day. I am not panic but apparently nervous. next week there will be lots of inflation data to come out and i don't think we'll see any positve for those expecting rate cut because friday import prices data show they are on the increase. and wsj reported china's disinflation pressure is waning. but of course it's market interpretation which counts. and i am increasingly nervous. fingers crossed and good luck all
tiraider: 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.
silent_angel: 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!
markth: Discount has narrowed from 5% to 0% in the last couple of weeks. That's a lot in such a short time. It means that the share price has performed better than the NAV. So the underperformance against the index is even worse on this measure. But we are not wanting it to track the index; if we were we'd buy these iShare thingies, right (assuming there is one for Japan).
markth: Depends on whether you look at the NAV or the Share Price, arja.
grippa: We are at quiet a discount to NAV £3.06 Share price should move up over £3 shortly.
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