The Company has announced its Half Yearly Results for the six months ending 30 June 2020.
- In a period of extraordinary global turmoil precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic, Fidelity Japan Trust PLC’s net asset value (“NAV”) increased by 2.3% in sterling terms, outperforming the Reference Index which returned -0.8% and the average of the peer group which returned 0.7%.
- As at 30 June 2020, the discount to NAV was 8.7% which compared well with the average of the peer group of 10.7%.
- Core holdings in internet services, medtech and factory automation related companies contributed to the Company’s outperformance against the Reference Index.
Please access the full half yearly report here.
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