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Is Google Considering Bypassing Advertising Middlemen?
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is one of the world’s largest digital advertising platforms.
Why Amazon’s Digital Ad Revenues Could Surge
While Alphabet’s (GOOG) Google and social-media giant Facebook (FB) currently hog most of the US digital ad revenues, this situation could change soon.
The Discretionary and Healthcare Sectors Dented AEDAX in 2016
Although the industrials sector has done well for AEDAX, the remaining top three invested sectors have been quite substantial negative contributors—especially the consumer discretionary sector.
Examining Year-to-Date Portfolio Changes in AIIEX
The Invesco International Growth Fund (AIIEX) invests in the common and preferred stocks and depository receipts of foreign issuers.
Consumer Sectors Weigh on the Invesco European Growth Fund
The Invesco European Growth Fund’s two top invested sectors—financials and consumer discretionary—have been the biggest negative contributors to its returns.
This Sector Bumped Consumer Discretionary from AEDAX’s Top Spot
AEDAX’s assets were invested across 69 holdings as of June 2016, and it was managing assets worth $1.5 billion as of June’s end.
Sector Composition Changes in AEDAX until 1Q16
Assets of AEDAX were invested across 69 holdings as of March 2016. That’s one less than a quarter ago. It was managing assets worth $1.6 billion as of the end of March.
AIIEX: What Drove Its Sharpe Ratio Downwards?
The Invesco International Growth Fund – Class A (AIIEX) has been in existence since April 1992.
Fact File: The Invesco International Growth Fund (AIIEX)
Investors in the Invesco International Growth Fund (AIIEX) require a minimum initial investment of $1,000. Investors can add to their investments in multiples of $50.
The Invesco European Growth Fund Class A (AEDAX): Historical Overview
The Invesco European Growth Fund Class A “seeks long-term growth of capital by investing in reasonably priced, quality companies in the European region.
Must-know: Interpublic’s performance versus its ad agency peers
IPG has a lower dividend yield compared to WPP and Omnicom, which raised its quarterly dividend in May by 25% to $0.50 per share—IPG also raised its dividend earlier this year by 27% to $0.095 per share quarterly or $0.38 annually.
Why international acquisitions could expand Interpublic
According to news reports, IPG was rumored to be an attractive takeover candidate for its peers, especially the Japanese media network Dentsu (DNTUY), France-based Havas (HAVSF), or larger peer Publicis (PUBGY).