JPMorgan Japanese Investment Trust plc - Ordinary Shares - J.P. Morgan Asset Management
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JPMorgan Japanese Investment Trust plc
(GB0001740025)
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Manager Commentary

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Board of Directors

  • Andrew Fleming

  • Sir Stephen Gomersall KCMG

  • Christopher Samuel

  • Stephen Cohen

  • George Olcott

In their words (as of )

The Company's share price and net asset value outperformed the benchmark in January, due to stock selection. E-commerce company Monotaro was the top contributor, while factory automation stocks Keyence and SMC also performed well. Fuji Heavy Industries was the top detractor.
Earnings forecasts for Japanese companies have been revised up sharply, backed by a pick-up in the global economy and the weaker Japanese yen vs. a few months ago. Japan has regained the top spot among major markets in terms of the revision index for the first time in nearly a year. The interest rate environment has also improved for Japanese banks. The outlook for inflation is gradually improving, driven by a tight labour market and rising commodity prices. Corporate governance continues to be a major focus in Japan. Across the stock market in 2016, total share buybacks totalled a record high of JPY 5.2 trillion.

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AGM information

Annual General Meeting: 14 December 2016 2.00pm at 60 Victoria Embankment, London, EC4Y 0JP.

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Disclaimer

Source:Morningstar (www.morningstar.co.uk)
3 Actual gearing: Represents the excess amount above shareholders' funds of total assets less cash/cash equivalents, expressed as a percentage of shareholders funds. If the amount calculated is negative, this represents a net cash position.
7 Non-Benchmark holdings (where held) are classified in the appropriate sector/region. Cash is net current assets and holdings used as cash substitutes if applicable.