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U.K. voters to decide: Should we stay or should we go?

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U.K. voters to decide: Should we stay or should we go? by Sean Connery, and Arnab Das, Portfolio Managers, Invesco Canada In a June 23 referendum, the U.K. ...
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Norman MacDonald: Gold Miner Worth the Wait

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Gold Miner Worth the Wait by Norman MacDonald, Invesco Canada Earlier this month, I attended the opening ceremony of a gold mine in Mexico, along with the governor ...
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How does NIRP impact European financials?

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How does NIRP impact European financials? - by Matt Peden by Matt Peden, Invesco Canada With ongoing mentions of negative interest rates policies (NIRP) in the media, we’ve ...
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Four reasons why oil prices should normalize

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Four reasons why oil prices should normalize by Norman MacDonald, Portfolio Manager, Invesco Canada When oil is trading at US$20-US$30, many energy companies are not profitable. When oil ...
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Price is what you pay, value is what you get

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Price is what you pay, value is what you get by Jeff Hyrich, Invesco Canada At the end of 2015, the market was trading close to full valuation ...
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Emerging markets: The “trade of a decade”?

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Emerging markets: The “trade of a decade”? by Jeff Feng, Invesco Canada In a recent Bloomberg article, Research Affiliates LLC called emerging markets (EM) “the trade of a ...
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Biotech: A case study in quality

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Biotech: A case study in quality by Jim Young, Invesco Canada I have spent my investing life evaluating the culture of innovation at companies in different industries. Innovation ...
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To hedge or not to hedge? - by Matt Peden

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To hedge or not to hedge? - by Matt Peden by Invesco Canada Currency hedging is not without cost, particularly given the volatility in currency markets. We do ...
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The “flywheel” of quality innovation

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The “flywheel” of quality innovation by Jim Young, Invesco Canada My key investing goal is, and always has been, sustainable growth. In a rapidly changing world, I believe ...
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Volatility in context: The retreat from U.S. equities

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Volatility in context: The retreat from U.S. equities by Jim Young, Invesco Canada It appears we have reached the give-up phase for U.S. equities. Concerns about the U.S. ...
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