Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies could change the global economy forever, but we’re still in the early stages.
Watch Jonathan and Robin as they discuss the factors they consider when investing in UK smaller companies, how they put together a portfolio and whether they believe the Brexit uncertainty will impact small cap investor confidence.
We review global market developments in July, highlighting the best and worst performing sectors globally.
John Richards provides an update on the potential impacts of the EU referendum results on the UK Equities investment trusts managed by our Head of UK Equities, Mark Barnett, and discusses how international companies have benefitted from the fall in sterling and whether the Brexit process is likely to deter foreign investment into the UK financial markets.
The European flash Purchasing Managers Indices (PMI) data was released on Friday 22nd July. The figures are particularly interesting; they reflect a survey conducted after the UK referendum and are the first major European macro release since Brexit.
Reaching the site of Brazil’s largest copper deposit in a remote part of the country proved a challenge but it was all worth it in the end, according to Jonathan De Vos.
In his latest update, Ian discusses his approach to the management of the investment trust, the countries and sectors that are attracting him and how he is positioning the investment trust in the current global uncertainty.
In his latest video update, Ciaran provides an update on the investment trust and, following the EU referendum result, explains how the portfolio is positioned and where he is seeing opportunities currently.
Tim Dickson finds reasons to be optimistic about Modi’s reform programme in India, and the positive impact it may have on economic growth in the medium term.
Following the UK’s decision to leave the EU, John Greenwood provides his views on the implications for the UK economy, whether we can expect any policy changes from the European Central Bank, and on the potential effects on the US and Emerging Market economies.
We review global market developments in June, highlighting the best and worst performing sectors globally.
Spurred on by the unexpected success of a populist Brexit campaign that emphasised immigration control, the prospects of a Trump victory may have increased. If he wins, what will it mean for Mexico?
Following the UK’s historic decision to leave the European Union (EU), we share the initial views from across our economic and investment teams as to what this result may now mean for markets and investment strategy.
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We review global market developments in May, highlighting the best and worst performing sectors globally.
Investing in the stock market can be unnerving, but it is important to remember that even the worst crashes in UK stock market history have eventually been followed by an equally significant recovery.
Few people really have the time to understand the hundreds of financial products currently on the market. Here we highlight five reasons for using a financial adviser.
Asian equity markets have had a lot to contend with over recent years. China’s economic growth has slowed, concerns about debt levels have lingered and corporate earnings forecasts have been downgraded. Ian Hargreaves, Asian equity fund manager, highlights his investment approach, views on valuation levels within the region and some of the sectors where he believes the most attractive investment opportunities are currently to be found.
With oil prices declining over 75% from their peak, the energy sector may be feeling unloved. But to Simon Clinch, it still has its attractions.
Can companies exposed to the strength of the Asian consumer achieve profitable growth despite the slowdown in Asian economic growth?
Paul Chesson explores his investment strategy and the opportunities and challenges in the Japanese market given the currently uncertain global economic outlook.
After a challenging 2015 for the emerging markets, Dean Newman assesses whether the prospects for this year are any brighter.
Our UK Equities team talk about how a long-term team approach can withstand turbulent times.
After a challenging start to the year in European equity markets, are we right to stick to our guns?
Your latest Invesco Perpetual statement for the period 6 October 2015 to 5 April 2016 will be with you shortly.
Why portfolio managers Jonathan Brown and Robin West believe UK smaller companies have the potential to perform well despite the current environment.
With the London mayoral elections imminent, Iain Anderson examines whether mayors of large cities have actually had an impact on the financial services sector in their region.
Invesco Perpetual walks away with multiple awards from the Thomson Reuters Lipper Fund Awards 2016 ceremony.
After the stormy start to the year, markets take a breath. Global recession or subdued economic growth? Nick Mustoe discusses.
What could lie ahead for global economies? John Greenwood tells us what we could expect looking forward.
A roundtable discussion about what a yes or no vote could mean for investors in June’s EU referendum.
With ISAs seemingly never out of the news, here’s just a quick reminder of some ISA key facts.
The Invesco Perpetual Select Trust plc UK Equity Share portfolio has been voted the winner of the ‘UK All Companies’ category in the Moneywise Investment Trust Awards 2016.
Rhys Davies provides an overview of the high yield market and the strategies that his team are using for the investment company.
In his latest video, Rhys Davies discusses the management of the investment company as well as his expectations for 2016.
Jonathan Brown discusses UK small cap equities and the opportunities that they currently present for the management of this investment trust.
Nick Mustoe considers the extreme start to the year for global financial markets driven by concerns around Chinese economic growth and the decline in the oil price.
Nick Mustoe shares his thoughts on the Invesco Perpetual Select Trust plc (Global Equity Income Share Portfolio) which he manages, along with future challenges we might face.
While I believe that in the short-term there are reasons to be cautious on the Japanese equity market, the longer term outlook is brighter.
The unimaginable is happening. At this stage, we have to assume it’s Trump versus Clinton and I think we have to prepare for what this could bring.
In his latest video, Ciaran Mallon provides an update on the investment trust, discusses what he looks for in the companies he invests in and shares his views on the outlook for 2016.
Why investing regularly can take the worry out of when to invest and help smooth the impact of market fluctuations.
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