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.
AEDAX: Volatility of Returns Compared to Its Peers
AEDAX’s standard deviation, or the volatility of returns, in the one-year period until March 15, 2016, was much lower than the STOXX Europe 600 Index and the peer group’s average.
What You Should Know about the Calamos International Growth Fund
Calamos International Growth Fund management expects to invest at least 40% of its assets in foreign issuer securities.
AEDAX: How Does Its Performance Rank in Its Peer Group?
The Invesco European Growth Fund (AEDAX) is the fifth largest among its peers, with assets worth $1.5 billion under management as of January 2016.
AIIEX: What Drove Its Sharpe Ratio Downwards?
The Invesco International Growth Fund – Class A (AIIEX) has been in existence since April 1992.
The Invesco European Growth Fund in October 2015
The Invesco European Growth Fund Class A rose 4.7% in October 2015 from a month ago. It fell 3.6% in the three-month period ended October 30, 2015.
Portfolio Positioning of the Invesco European Growth Fund
Over the course of the one-year period ended October 2015, the Invesco European Growth Fund added two stocks to the consumer discretionary sector.
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.
UK Stock Market Upbeat as EWU Closes with a Gain of 2.31%
The UK stock market cheered owing to positive rallies across the Asian and US stock markets. The iShares MSCI United Kingdom ETF (EWU) rose by 2.31%.