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5 things to know about Chinese and emerging market stocks


Sr. Investment Strategist Invesco Thought Leadership
May 26, 2020

Subject | Coronavirus impact | Institutional | Macro views

As the world remains in the grip of the coronavirus, we’ve received many questions about the outlook for Chinese and emerging market (EM) stocks – as China was ground zero for the pandemic. First and foremost, we’re asked what the challenges and opportunities are for that country and region?

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Need some good news? Markets, economy do offer some


Global Market Strategist, North America
May 21, 2020

Subject | Coronavirus impact | Institutional | Macro views

John Krasinksi of The Office and Jack Ryan fame recently initiated a web series entitled “Some Good News.” It’s a news program devoted entirely to good news. I wish I had thought of that. Since I didn’t, I’m left to borrow the concept. This blog, and subsequent ones in this series, will be devoted entirely to producing lists of good (or less bad) news. After all, as Dwight Schrute says in the episode of “The Office” in which Jim Halpert mockingly takes on Dwight’s persona, “Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. So, I thank you.”

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U.S.-China tensions could be the biggest risk to U.S. stocks this year


Global Market Strategist, Invesco Ltd.
May 19, 2020

Subject | Coronavirus impact | Institutional | Macro views

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