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Recovery across developed and emerging economies to diverge in 2017

Jan 5, 2017


Hong Kong, January 5, 2017 - Dr. John Greenwood, Chief Economist at Invesco spoke at the annual press conference, discussing his outlook for the year and the challenges facing both developed and emerging economies.

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Invesco Ltd. provides update on UK and Continental Europe business; announces accelerated share repurchase program

Jun 29, 2016


Invesco Ltd. (NYSE: IVZ) today reported long-term net flow information for its EMEA business to provide greater transparency to the market in light of the recent UK Referendum. Additionally, long-term net flows for Invesco Ltd. from June 1 through June 29, 2016, were positive at $1.3 billion.

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Invesco Ltd. completes acquisition of Religare Invesco Asset Management Company Private Limited

Apr 7, 2016


Invesco Ltd. (NYSE: IVZ), a leading independent global investment management firm, today announced the completion of the transaction under which Invesco has increased its shareholding to 100% in the Indian asset management joint venture with Religare Enterprises Limited – Religare Invesco Asset Management Company Private Limited – which will be soon renamed as Invesco Asset Management (India) Private Limited (the “Company”).

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Global growth on solid footing, despite EM headwinds

Jan 6, 2016


Against the backdrop of the possibility of a hard landing in China, emerging market (EM) weakness and currency volatility, collapsing commodity prices, and lackluster demand growth, the key question for 2016 is whether a slowdown in emerging economies would derail the nascent recoveries in developed markets (DM).

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Invesco launching Invesco Great Wall Core Competence Mixed Securities Fund under the Mainland-Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds arrangement

Dec 30, 2015


Invesco announced today that the Invesco Great Wall Core Competence Mixed Securities Fund was successfully authorized by the Securities and Futures Commission (“SFC”) as a recognized Mainland fund being offered to the Hong Kong public under the Mainland-Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds (“MRF”)arrangement.

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Uneven Global Recovery will Continue with US Leading the Pack

Jan 9, 2015


A striking feature of this year or next will be the marked divergence in the monetary stance between central banks in the US and the UK and their counterparts in Japan and the Eurozone. While the Fed and the Bank of England are likely to raise interest rates in the second half of 2015, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Japan are expected to continue asset purchases and zero interest rates. “We should be careful in understanding the forces behind rising rates, whether they are from economies returning to normal and tighter monetary policy or commercial banks expanding bank credit rapidly, for the latter would mean the rising rates may not be from tight money supply,” says Dr. John Greenwood, Chief Economist, Invesco.

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New funding for global sovereigns promotes strategic asset allocation to emerging markets and alternatives – Invesco study

Jun 23, 2014


Emerging markets remain winners of new global sovereign assets – despite overall underlying preferences, at a total portfolio level, for developed markets; Allocations to alternative investments increasing on a net respondent view basis; Increase in new funding encourages global sovereigns, including those in Asia, to allocate assets strategically rather than tactically; Sovereign investor risk appetite and time horizons increasing, while home market bias decreasing.

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Developed economies lead developing economies amid global sub-par growth in 2014

Jan 14, 2014


The prospectus for global economic growth and stock market performance in 2014 are likely to depend critically on two factors - the success of the US Federal Reserve's (Fed) tapering and communication operations, and the ability of the Eurozone economies to lift their growth rates from merely bumping along the bottom to a meaningful recovery that also reduces the risks of deflation. 

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