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Tactical asset allocation: May 2021


May 21, 2021
Subject | Economics | Invesco

We expect the global economy to remain in an expansionary regime and see inflation developments as consistent with historical cyclical patterns. While we expect inflation to stabilize towards the end of 2021, we monitor its evolution across categories, with particular attention to wages and inflation expectations.

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Four truths about inflation and the Fed


May 17, 2021
Subject | Economics | Invesco

Weekly Market Compass: Last week, investors shuddered as data showed a big rise in prices in the U.S. and a greater-than-expected rise in prices in the eurozone. Stocks sold off, U.S. Treasury yields climbed higher, and market pundits obsessed over inflation. I feel it’s important at this juncture to remind investors of a few truths surrounding inflation and the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed).

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Looking beyond the active-passive debate

Recently, one of Invesco’s funds – Trimark International Companies Fund – was singled out for praise as an example that true active management can outperform. While the kudos were well-deserved for the team, it appeared as part of a commentary that was otherwise unsympathetic to active management.

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