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Invesco US

September 8, 2020

Fire Is the Test of Gold

This post examines whether the recent shakeout in gold is a change of trend or simply profit taking. After almost doubling since its cycle low in December 2015, the price of gold witnessed a violent shakeout of over 7% in early August.

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April 14, 2020

Trade, Stimulus, and Politics: What Matters to Markets This Week

The Federal Reserve unveils more tools to help the US economy while Congress debates its next step. A great deal of news has been announced over the last week, and it can be difficult to determine what’s the most meaningful for markets. Here are the items I’m focused on this week.

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Invesco US

March 31, 2020

Where Do Stocks and Bonds Go From Here?

Members of Invesco’s Global Market Strategy (GMS) team in Hong Kong, Italy, London, Tokyo and New York shared their on-the-ground insights of the fight against coronavirus from a health care, monetary, and fiscal perspective.

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Invesco US

March 10, 2020

Energy Infrastructure Outlook Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

Concern among market participants over the ongoing outbreak of the COVID-19 virus appears to have spread from simply a short-term reduction in demand for petroleum products within certain Chinese provinces to a broader, though still short-term, impact beyond hydrocarbon consumption.

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March 3, 2020

As Markets Struggle, Where Do Global Economies Go from Here?

We have seen a rapid and dramatic market correction as a result of the news flow around the COVID-19 outbreak. This appears to be an overreaction, in my view — but I would not be surprised to see the sell-off continue as uncertainty remains high on key issues: ease of transmission, length of time a person can be infected and contagious without showing symptoms, mortality rates, and length of time before the infection rate stabilizes globally.

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