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Launched in 1996, Perpetual Income and Growth Investment Trust plc has seen shifting consumer trends, demographic change and globalisation shape the last 21 years in equity markets, a period forging a new millennial mind-set.
In this latest update, Rhys Davies discusses how the general improvement in confidence around the global economic outlook has influenced the performance of the Fixed Interest investment companies, how the portfolios are currently positioned and where he sees the biggest risks and opportunities over the coming months.
While there are signs of stability in Japan’s economy, should we be mindful of an unusually unclear outlook?
As the political season in Europe continues, so does investor uncertainty. But perhaps the biggest surprise of all will be that the much-speculated radical power-grab just doesn’t happen.
In an in-depth panel interview on 16 March 2017 we asked members of our Fixed Interest team about the key issues facing corporate bond investors. Here are the highlights of the interview, where the team discuss the opportunities they are currently finding in investment-grade, high-yield and financial bonds, their market expectations for 2017 and how their portfolios are positioned to reflect this.
UK Equities Product Director, Hilary Cook, discusses UK equity market developments and opportunities with Head of UK Equities, Mark Barnett and Fund Manager, Martin Walker.
We review global market developments in April, highlighting the best and worst performing sectors globally.
Plagued by legacy issues and regulatory uncertainty, the banks sector has struggled to join in the equity bull market of the past eight years. James Goldstone discusses his views on the sector and why it currently forms a major part of his portfolios.
From 6 April 2017, following a change in the tax rules, income tax will no longer be deducted from interest distribution payments made by our ICVCs.
As the dust settles on the US election, the US equity market is showing signs of scepticism towards President Trump’s progrowth proposals. But what does this mean for US investors? Simon Laing explains where he is finding opportunities.
An ‘America first’ trade policy is causing friction with its southern neighbour. Will the Mexican economy stall from US protectionist policies?
A strengthening economy and progressive politics are creating a bright outlook for Russia.
Your latest Invesco Perpetual statement for the period 6 October 2016 to 5 April 2017 will be with you shortly.
The prospect of improving corporate earnings has helped drive the recent strong performance of Asian equity markets. While there are reasons for concern as well as optimism, we believe that there are attractive opportunities in Asia for disciplined, active fund managers.
From 10 July 2017, changes will be made to bring the fund into line with the rest of the Invesco Perpetual ICVC fund range.
We review global market developments in March, highlighting the best and worst performing sectors globally.
Following the Budget of March 2016, we are making changes to the payment of interest distributions and the Invesco Perpetual Gross Share Classes.
William Lam is an Asian equities fund manager at Invesco Perpetual. We recently caught up with him to discuss his investment philosophy and process.
With effect from 1 May 2017, William Lam will become the sole fund manager of the Invesco Perpetual Asian Fund.
Additional information for investors holding investment trust holdings within an Invesco Perpetual ISA and/or Investment Trust Savings Scheme
We previously wrote to investors who hold investment trusts in an Invesco Perpetual ISA and/or Investment Trust Savings Scheme (ITSS), to inform them that we’ll no longer be offering investment trusts within these products from 13 April 2017, with the day to day servicing of investment trust accounts being taken over by The Share Centre.
Article 50 has been triggered and French and German elections are fast approaching. Read our European equities team’s outlook for how these events will impact European markets.
As Article 50 is triggered, the road to Brexit has reached another milestone, but what does this mean for the UK equity market?
Keystone Investment Trust plc has announced that with effect from 1 April 2017, James Goldstone will become the portfolio manager of the investment trust.
In his latest update, James outlines the qualities and characteristics he looks for in the companies he invests in, summarises the changes he has made to the portfolio and gives his outlook for 2017.
Watch Jonathan and Robin as they explain what they look for in a holding, the risks to UK small caps and how they try to minimise them, and the areas of the market they believe are currently providing them with growth opportunities.
In his latest update, Ciaran explains how he goes about putting together the portfolio, including how he narrows down the range of potential investments and where he is seeing opportunities at the moment.
Mark Barnett shares his thoughts on his investment philosophy, how he sees the Brexit negotiations impacting on equity markets in 2017 and provides his views on some of the key sectors he holds in the portfolios he manages.
In his latest update, Ian considers what has been driving the strong start to Asian equities this year, shares his thoughts on what he believes to be the main risks at present and discusses some of the key themes in the portfolio.
Invesco Perpetual today announced new investment responsibilities for Matthew Perowne within its European Equities team.
With effect from 31 March 2017, Matthew will become co-manager of the Invesco Perpetual European Smaller Companies Fund, working alongside lead manager Adrian Bignell on the management of the fund.
Please be aware that as of 06 April 2017, we’ll not be accepting new investments into the Invesco Perpetual Money Fund within the Invesco Perpetual Cash ISA.
The latest fund from our Fixed Interest team provides access to emerging market bonds and the diversity that investing across a broad investment universe brings.
With valuations high, where can investors find equity opportunities?
With effect from 30 December 2016, Tim Marshall became fund manager of the Invesco Perpetual Children's Fund, taking over day-to-day management responsibility from Martin Walker.
Playing the Trump card: What is the shape of things to come for US equity markets in 2017?
How might economic recovery differ across developed and emerging economies in 2017?
UK equity valuations face four main challenges in 2017, which may force a reassessment of current valuations.
European equities remain unloved after a volatile 2016, but what can we expect going into 2017?
David Millar introduces our new Multi Asset fund – the Invesco Perpetual Global Targeted Income Fund.
Rhys Davies discusses high yield bond opportunities, looking at what has been driving performance, alongside his approach and outlook.
In his latest video, Rhys Davies discusses opportunities found in 2016 for the investment company, as well as giving his outlook for the coming months.
Time will tell which campaign promises translate into policy reform. Karen Dunn Kelley, Senior Managing Director Investments at Invesco, discusses.
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Shareholder approval received to amend the investment objectives of our Invesco Perpetual Fixed Interest fund range.