Invesco Income Growth Trust plc update
Video | 14 March 2017
The value of investments and any income will fluctuate (this may partly be the result of exchange rate fluctuations) and investors may not get back the full amount invested.
When making an investment in an investment trust you are buying shares in a company that is listed on a stock exchange. The price of the shares will be determined by supply and demand. Consequently, the share price of an investment trust may be higher or lower than the underlying net asset value of the investments in its portfolio and there can be no certainty that there will be liquidity in the shares.
The investment trust may use borrowings to invest in the market. The use of borrowings may enhance total return when the value of the investment trust’s assets is rising, but it will have the opposite effect when asset values fall. The use of borrowings may increase the volatility of the share price and the net asset value per share. In certain circumstances, the investment trust may be required to repay borrowings and this could adversely affect income and capital returns.
All information correct as at 23 February 2017.
Where Ciaran Mallon has expressed opinions, they are based on current market conditions and are subject to change without notice. These opinions may differ from those of other Invesco Perpetual investment professionals.
For more information on our products, please refer to the relevant Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive document (AIFMD), the Investment Trust ISA and Savings Scheme Key Features and Terms & Conditions and the latest Annual or Half-Yearly Financial Reports. This information is available from the Literature section.
Issued on behalf of the board of Invesco Income Growth Trust plc by Invesco Fund Managers Limited. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.