GLOBAL, MARKETS, STRATEGIES

Kristina Hooper

Chief Global Market Strategist,

Invesco

  • Chief Global Market Strategist at Invesco
  • Cover of the January 2015 Issue of Kiplinger’s
  • Joined the Investment Industry in 1995

About Kristina

Kristina Hooper is the chief global market strategist at Invesco. She entered the financial industry in 1995 and prior to joining Invesco, Ms. Hooper was the US investment strategist at Allianz Global Investors. She has regularly been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The New York Times, Reuters, and other financial news publications. Ms. Hooper was featured on the cover of the January 2015 issue of Kiplinger's magazine, and has appeared regularly on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Yahoo! Finance, and Reuters TV.

Kristina's Videos

Against the backdrop of heightened tensions in US-China relations, strong economic data, and raw-material shortages and supply-chain issues, what can investors expect for the rest of the year? Our distinguished panel will dissect the economic, global trade, and political landscape and offer a unique perspective on the long- and short-term implications of these factors and more on your portfolio.
Kristina Hooper will share the base case for the economy in the back half of 2021 and asset implications. She will also explore two tail-risk scenarios, high inflation and a pandemic resurgence, and their respective asset class implications.
Many investors are rethinking the role global stocks play in their portfolio. But few realize just how much opportunity there is beyond our borders and what missing it will mean for their money. Join us as this panel of experts discusses how and where to find the best global market opportunities.
Against the backdrop of heightened tension in US-China relations, a deep pandemic-induced recession, and weeks of legal maneuvers surrounding the election results, what can investors expect in the year ahead? Our distinguished panel will dissect the political and economic landscape and offer a unique perspective on the long- and short-term implications of these factors and more on your portfolio.