Invesco Asia Trust NAV falls 5.5% as China concerns 'dominate'

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Asian markets 'struggle for direction'
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Asian markets 'struggle for direction'

The Invesco Asia Trust saw its net asset value per share fall by 5.5% in the six months to October 2021, as Asian markets “struggled for direction”.

Both the NAV and the trust's share price total return, which was at -4.9% as of the end of October, underperformed the benchmark index. Ian Hargreaves, co-manager of the trust, said: "Having recovered...

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