Invesco European Growth Fund Premium Guru

Last Update: 04-01-2015

Number of Stocks: 69
Number of New Stocks: 3

Total Value: $1,306 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 5%

Countries: USA CHE DEU GBR SWE ITA NLD FRA TUR NOR ESP HKG DNK RUS BEL
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Invesco European Growth Fund' s Profile & Performance

Profile

Historical Allocation of Stock, Bonds, Cash

Total Holding History

Performance of Invesco European Growth Fund

YearReturn (%)S&P500 (%)Excess Gain (%)
2014-6.2113.69-19.9
201323.5432.39-8.8
201221.08165.1
3-Year Cumulative40.3 (11.9%/year)74.6 (20.4%/year)-34.3 (-8.5%/year)
2011-5.072.11-7.2
201012.415.06-2.7
5-Year Cumulative49.7 (8.4%/year)105.1 (15.5%/year)-55.4 (-7.1%/year)
200937.1526.4610.7
2008-46.74-37-9.7
200714.195.498.7
200639.3815.7923.6
200513.064.918.2
10-Year Cumulative96.8 (7%/year)109.4 (7.7%/year)-12.6 (-0.7%/year)
200432.9310.8822.1
200343.228.6814.5
2002-9.71-22.112.4
2001-24.72-11.89-12.8
2000-3.28-9.15.8
15-Year Cumulative146.2 (6.2%/year)86.4 (4.2%/year)59.8 (2%/year)
199966.6221.0445.6
199840.6228.5812.0

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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Tupras-Turkiye
Tupras-Turkiye (IST:TUPRS) is Turkey's largest petrochemical company. Much like Haci Omer Sabanci , there was nothing company-specific behind the stock weakness, which also stemmed from negative sentiment toward Turkey and emerging markets in general. Read more...
Invesco European Growth Fund First Quarter New Buys and Increases
Invesco (IVZ) is an independent global investment management firm having $791.2 billion in assets under management as of Feb. 28, 2014. The Invesco European Growth Fund (Trades, Portfolio) is a $1.6 billion fund whose equities encompass all capitalization growth companies from both developed and emerging markets in the European region. Since its 1997 inception, the fund has returned 11.61% on average annually. Read more...
Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Haci Omer Sabanci
Haci Omer Sabanci (IST:SAHOL) is a conservative Turkish holding company, of which Akbank T.A.S. is the largest holding. There was nothing company-specific behind the stock's weakness. Rather, the weakness stemmed from negative investor sentiment toward Turkey and emerging markets in general. Read more...
Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Aryzta
Aryzta (XSWX:ARYN), a Switzerland-based global food company, continued to execute well, enjoying robust revenue growth and margin expansion. Read more...
Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Israel Chemicals
Israel Chemicals (ISCHF) is a company that extracts minerals from the Dead Sea to make fertilizers and potash. The company's share price declined over the quarter along with other potash miners as OAO Uralkali (not a fund holding), the world's biggest potash producer, suddenly abandoned its output limits, which put downward pres- sure on prices. Read more...
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Invesco European Growth Fund's Top Growth Stocks Invesco European Growth Fund - Invesco European Growth Fund's Top Growth Stocks
As the firm's name indicates, Invesco European Growth Fund (Trades, Portfolio) looks to invest in European companies that have either strong fundamentals, accelerated growth rates, or are reasonably priced. Here are the top three stocks in the Fund's portfolio with the highest growth rates. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Sells More Than Buys in January
As its name suggests, the Invesco European Growth Fund (Trades, Portfolio) is active in European stocks – but in 2015, many of the Fund’s European holdings have been shrinking, not growing. In January, the Fund bought shares in six companies – including three that are new to its portfolio – but sold shares in nearly 30. More...

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Invesco Adds to Existing Holdings In Third Quarter Invesco European Growth Fund - Invesco Adds To Existing Holdings In Third Quarter
The last several years have been quite good for Invesco European Growth Fund (Trades, Portfolio). It has returned more than 12% percent over the past three years, more than 9% over the past five years and nearly 8% over the past 10 years. In 2013, the Fund returned more than 23.5%; the year before, it returned 21.08%. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Shire PLC
The Fund’s health care holdings delivered strong double-digit returns with particular strength in the pharmaceutical industry. Shire (LSE:SHP), an Ireland-based global specialty biopharmaceutical company, was one of the Fund’s top performers. Shire’s stock price rose more than 50% during the fiscal year as it was subject to a takeover bid by US drug maker AbbVie (not a Fund holding). More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Q4 2014 Management’s Discussion
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Invesco Commentary - OPEC Decision Creates Oil Price Volatility — and Stock Buying Opportunities
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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Sberbank of Russia
Prosafe SE and Sberbank of Russia were the largest individual detractors. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Prosafe SE
Prosafe SE and Sberbank of Russia were the largest individual detractors. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Micro Focus International
Shire PLC and Micro Focus International PLC were the fund’s largest contributors over the quarter. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Q3 2014 Commentary
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Invesco Insights - 'Real Estate: Looking for Companies with Low Leverage and High Growth Prospects'
While there are still some macroeconomic impacts affecting real estate markets outside the US, in the US market we believe commercial real estate fundamentals are relatively strong, and companies are beginning to be rewarded based on their fundamentals. Our view is supported by two trends we've seen this year: The market is starting to favor higher quality real estate companies with stronger balance sheets and those companies that can generate growth through development and redevelopment activity. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Balfour Beatty PLC
Balfour Beatty PLC (LSE:BBY) was one of the largest individual detractors from fund performance during the quarter (0.69% of total net assets). Balfour Beatty is a UL-based multi-national infrastructure company with interests in construction and support services and infrastructure investments. The company released a profit warning and announced the possible sale of its professional services business. The UK construction environment remains challenging, particularly for the most profitable large infrastructure projects. However, a rapid rise in construction margins from current low levels should lead to a significant rise in both earnings expectations and investor interest. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Haci Omer Sabanci Holding AS
Shire PLC and Haci Omer Sabanci Holding AS (IST:SAHOL) were among the most significant individual contributors to fund performance during the quarter (2.08% and 1.88% of total net assets, respectively.) More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Shire PLC
Shire PLC (LSE:SHP) and Haci Omer Sabanci Holding AS were among the most significant individual contributors to fund performance during the quarter (2.08% and 1.88% of total net assets, respectively.) More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Second Quarter 2014 Commentary
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Invesco (IVZ) is an independent global investment management firm having $791.2 billion in assets under management as of Feb. 28, 2014. The Invesco European Growth Fund (Trades, Portfolio) is a $1.6 billion fund whose equities encompass all capitalization growth companies from both developed and emerging markets in the European region. Since its 1997 inception, the fund has returned 11.61% on average annually. More...

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Invesco's Top Five Stocks Showing Focus in the London Market Invesco European Growth Fund - Invesco's Top Five Stocks Showing Focus In The London Market
During the first quarter the Invesco European Growth Fund bought one new stock bringing the fund’s total number of stocks to 76. Invesco European’s portfolio is valued at $1.404 billion as of the first quarter. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund’s Top Five Invesco European Growth Fund - Invesco European Growth Fund’s Top Five
During the third quarter the Invesco European Growth Fund bought four new stocks bringing the fund’s total number of stocks to 75. Invesco European’s portfolio is valued at $1.178 billion as of the fourth quarter. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Tupras-Turkiye
Tupras-Turkiye (IST:TUPRS) is Turkey's largest petrochemical company. Much like Haci Omer Sabanci , there was nothing company-specific behind the stock weakness, which also stemmed from negative sentiment toward Turkey and emerging markets in general. More...

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Invesco European Growth Fund Comments on Haci Omer Sabanci
Haci Omer Sabanci (IST:SAHOL) is a conservative Turkish holding company, of which Akbank T.A.S. is the largest holding. There was nothing company-specific behind the stock's weakness. Rather, the weakness stemmed from negative investor sentiment toward Turkey and emerging markets in general. More...

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