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Invesco AUM down 1.8 per cent in January


Invesco has reported preliminary month-end assets under management (AUM) of USD764.9bn, a decrease of 1.8 per cent month over month. 

The decrease was driven by negative market returns, total net outflows and foreign exchange.
FX contributed USD2.0bn in AUM decline during the month. 
Long-term flows in the month were positive. 
Preliminary average total AUM for the quarter through 31 January is USD771.0bn, and preliminary average active AUM for the quarter through 31 January is USD632.8bn. 

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