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    Product Details

    The Invesco Global Listed Private Equity ETF (Fund) is based on the Red Rocks Global Listed Private Equity Index (Index). The Fund will normally invest at least 90% of its total assets in securities, which may include American depository receipts (ADRs) and global depository receipts (GDRs), that comprise the Index. The Index includes securities, ADRs and GDRs of 40 to 75 private equity companies, including business development companies (BDCs), master limited partnerships (MLPs) and other vehicles whose principal business is to invest in, lend capital to or provide services to privately held companies (collectively, listed private equity companies). The Fund and the Index are rebalanced and reconstituted quarterly.

    as of 08/31/2022 06/30/2022

    Performance

    Index History (%)YTD1Yr3Yr5Yr10YrSince Inception
    Red Rocks Global Listed Private Equity Index-33.85-33.023.063.629.30N/A
    MSCI AC World Index-17.75-15.888.036.978.705.73
    Fund History (%)
    Fund NAV-34.24-33.502.272.828.380.51
    After Tax Held-34.73-35.60-0.630.235.76-1.42
    After Tax Sold-20.24-19.260.991.495.86-0.22
    Fund Market Price-34.39-33.642.392.838.380.51
    Index History (%)YTD1Yr3Yr5Yr10YrSince Inception
    Red Rocks Global Listed Private Equity Index-35.30-30.041.923.379.50N/A
    MSCI AC World Index-20.18-15.756.217.008.765.59
    Fund History (%)
    Fund NAV-35.50-30.411.242.598.610.39
    After Tax Held-35.97-32.60-1.630.005.98-1.55
    After Tax Sold-20.98-17.360.251.346.08-0.30
    Fund Market Price-35.44-30.261.472.658.630.41

    Market returns are based on the midpoint of the bid/ask spread at 4 p.m. ET and do not represent the returns an investor would receive if shares were traded at other times. Performance data quoted represents past performance, which is not a guarantee of future results. Investment returns and principal value will fluctuate, and shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Current performance may be higher or lower than performance data quoted. After-tax returns reflect the highest federal income tax rate but exclude state and local taxes. Fund performance reflects applicable fee waivers, absent which, performance data quoted would have been lower. After Tax Held and After Tax Sold are based on NAV. Returns less than one year are cumulative.

    as of 06/30/2022

    Growth of $10,000

    Data beginning 10 years prior to the ending date of 06/30/2022. Fund performance shown at NAV.

    Red Rocks Global Listed Private Equity Index* performance prior to 9/30/2009 reflects that of the original Underlying Index Red Rocks Capital Listed Private Equity Index. From 9/30/2009, forward, the Index performance reflects that of the Underlying Index Red Rocks Global Listed Private Equity Index AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR ANY THIRD PARTY USE.

    An investor cannot invest directly in an index. The results assume that no cash was added to or assets withdrawn from the Index. Index returns do not represent Fund returns. The Index does not charge management fees or brokerage expenses, nor does the Index lend securities, and no revenues from securities lending were added to the performance shown.

    as of09/22/2022

    Sector Allocation

    SectorPercent of Fund
    Financials80.51%
    Industrials9.48%
    Investment Companies5.58%
    Communication Services1.91%
    Consumer Discretionary1.34%
    Information Technology0.76%
    Health Care0.43%

    as of09/22/2022

    Top Country Allocation

    CountryPercentage
    United States41.63%
    United Kingdom18.31%
    Sweden7.76%
    Canada5.71%
    Switzerland5.70%
    France5.26%
    Belgium4.49%
    Guernsey2.83%
    Australia2.26%
    Japan1.87%

    as of 09/21/2022

    Market Cap & Style Allocations

    Large-Cap Value7.57%
    Large-Cap Blend11.14%
    Large-Cap Growth5.74%
    Mid-Cap Value15.70%
    Mid-Cap Blend16.08%
    Mid-Cap Growth7.20%
    Small-Cap Value17.05%
    Small-Cap Blend4.87%
    Small-Cap Growth14.65%

    as of 09/22/2022Top Holdings | View All

    Fund Holdings subject to change

    TickerCompany% of Fund
    III LN3i Group PLC5.05
    KKR KKR & Co Inc4.75
    BX Blackstone Inc4.72
    OWL Blue Owl Capital Inc4.68
    EQT SSEQT AB4.47
    PGHN SWPartners Group Holding AG4.44
    TPG TPG Inc4.05
    CG Carlyle Group Inc/The3.82
    SOF Sofina SA3.77
    MRO LNMelrose Industries PLC3.50
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    The characterizations of distributions reflected in this table are as of the date noted below. The actual amounts of income, capital gains and return of capital for tax purposes are only determined after the Fund’s fiscal year end, and may differ from the amounts and characterizations reflected in the chart below. Please refer to the Tax Center for the most current and/or final characterizations of these distributions, including any distributions characterized as return of capital.

    Distributions| HideView All | Distribution Information

    Ex-DateRecord DatePay Date$/
    Share
    Ordinary IncomeShort Term GainsLong Term GainsReturn of CapitalLiquidation Distribution
    09/19/202209/20/202209/23/20220.067490.06749----
    06/21/202206/22/202206/30/20220.104150.10415----
    03/21/202203/22/202203/31/20220.099800.09980----
    12/20/202112/21/202112/31/20210.530410.53041----
    09/20/202109/21/202109/30/20210.438650.43865----
    06/21/202106/22/202106/30/20210.541030.54103----
    03/22/202103/23/202103/31/20210.088390.08839----
    12/21/202012/22/202012/31/20200.182340.18234----
    09/21/202009/22/202009/30/20200.116630.11663----
    06/22/202006/23/202006/30/20200.128310.12831----
    03/23/202003/24/202003/31/20200.201220.20122----
    12/23/201912/24/201912/31/20190.364740.36474----
    09/23/201909/24/201909/30/20190.220400.22040----
    06/24/201906/25/201906/28/20190.165140.16514----
    09/24/201809/25/201809/28/20180.274280.27428----
    06/18/201806/19/201806/29/20180.102780.10278----
    03/19/201803/20/201803/29/20180.304370.30437----
    12/18/201712/19/201712/29/20170.360750.36075----
    09/18/201709/19/201709/29/20170.440860.44086----
    06/16/201706/20/201706/30/20170.348860.34886----
    03/17/201703/21/201703/31/20170.116810.11681----
    12/16/201612/20/201612/30/20160.105210.10521----
    09/16/201609/20/201609/30/20160.204110.20411----
    06/17/201606/21/201606/30/20160.036070.03607----
    03/18/201603/22/201603/31/20160.111970.11197----
    12/18/201512/22/201512/31/20150.045070.04507----
    09/18/201509/22/201509/30/2015------
    06/19/201506/23/201506/30/20150.413150.41315----
    03/20/201503/24/201503/31/20150.197150.19715----
    12/19/201412/23/201412/31/20140.259940.25994----
    09/19/201409/23/201409/30/20140.120790.12079----
    06/20/201406/24/201406/30/20140.018000.01800----
    03/21/201403/25/201403/31/20140.143470.14347----
    12/20/201312/24/201312/31/20130.623150.62315----
    09/20/201309/24/201309/30/20130.568280.56828----
    06/21/201306/25/201306/28/20130.334040.33404----
    03/15/201303/19/201303/28/20130.105660.10566----
    12/21/201212/26/201212/31/20120.195010.19501----
    09/21/201209/25/201209/28/20120.096400.09640----
    06/15/201206/19/201206/29/20120.000000.00000----
    03/16/201203/20/201203/30/20120.000000.00000----
    09/16/201109/20/201109/30/20110.051460.05146----
    06/17/201106/21/201106/30/20110.577520.57752----
    12/17/201012/21/201012/31/20100.380700.38070----
    09/17/201009/21/201009/30/20100.046180.04618----
    06/18/201006/22/201006/30/20100.115700.11570----
    12/18/200912/22/200912/31/20090.155130.15513----
    09/18/200909/22/200909/30/20090.094890.09489----
    06/19/200906/23/200906/30/20090.030400.03040----
    03/20/200903/24/200903/31/20090.022720.02272----
    12/19/200812/23/200812/31/20080.289320.28932----
    09/19/200809/23/200809/30/20080.372770.37277----
    06/20/200806/24/200806/30/20080.188330.18833----
    03/20/200803/25/200803/31/20080.238440.23844----
    12/21/200712/26/200712/31/20070.541010.54101----
    09/21/200709/25/200709/28/20070.112660.11266----
    06/15/200706/19/200706/29/20070.217920.21792----
    03/16/200703/20/200703/30/20070.072350.07235----
    12/15/200612/19/200612/29/20060.265280.26528----

    Distribution Information

    During the period October 27, 2015, through December 7, 2015, the Invesco Floating Rate Fund declared daily distributions in excess of daily net investment income, which was reflected in Distribution yield test.

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    Frequency Distribution of Discounts & Premiums

    • Bid/Ask MidPoint Above NAV
    • Bid/Ask Midpoint Below NAV
    Bid/Ask MidPoint Above NAV
    Quarter
    Ending
    Days 0.00-
    0.25%
    0.26-
    0.50%
    0.51-
    0.99%
    1.00-
    1.49%
    1.50-
    1.99%
    ≥2.00%
    06/30/2022621675000
    03/31/20226212188100
    12/31/20216425185000
    09/30/20216426271000
    Year Ended 20212521017916000
    Bid/Ask Midpoint Below NAV
    Quarter
    Ending
    Days 0.00-
    0.25%
    0.26-
    0.50%
    0.51-
    0.99%
    1.00-
    1.49%
    1.50-
    1.99%
    ≥2.00%
    06/30/20226219114000
    03/31/20226211102000
    12/31/2021641510000
    09/30/202164910000
    Year Ended 20212524682000

    Fund Inception : 10/24/2006

    Shareholders may pay more than net asset value when they buy Fund shares and receive less than net asset value when they sell those shares, because shares are bought and sold at current market prices. Performance data quoted represents past performance, which is not a guarantee of future results.

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    Shareholders may pay more than net asset value when they buy Fund shares and receive less than net asset value when they sell those shares, because shares are bought and sold at current market prices. Performance data quoted represents past performance, which is not a guarantee of future results.

    Typically, security classifications used in calculating allocation tables are as of the last trading day of the previous month.

    There are risks involved with investing in ETFs, including possible loss of money. Shares are not actively managed and are subject to risks similar to those of stocks, including those regarding short selling and margin maintenance requirements. Ordinary brokerage commissions apply. The Fund's return may not match the return of the Underlying Index. The Fund is subject to certain other risks. Please see the current prospectus for more information regarding the risk associated with an investment in the Fund.

    Certain risks are inherent when investing in listed private equity companies, such as BDCs, other financial institutions or vehicles whose principal business is to invest in and lend capital to, or provide services to privately held companies. Little public information exists for private and thinly traded companies, and there risk that investors may not be able to make a fully informed investment decisions or that the issuer may default on its payments or declare bankruptcy. BDCs tend to invest in less mature private companies, which involve greater risk than well-established, publicly-traded companies.

    A significant portion of the Underlying Index is composed of BDCs or other investment companies. The Fund may not acquire greater than 3% of the total outstanding shares of such companies. As a result, the Fund would be required to use sampling techniques, which could increase the risk of tracking error.

    An MLP is an entity classified as a partnership under the Internal Revenue Code, and whose partnership interests or “units” are traded on exchanges like common stock. Investments in MLPs units are subject to risks inherent in the MLP's structure, including tax and management risks.

    The risks of investing in securities of foreign issuers can include fluctuations in foreign currencies, political and economic instability, and foreign taxation issues.

    Stocks of small and mid-sized companies tend to be more vulnerable to adverse developments, may be more volatile, and may be illiquid or restricted as to resale.

    Investments focused in a particular sector, such as financials, are subject to greater risk, and are more greatly impacted by market volatility, than more diversified investments.

    Swaps involve greater risks than direct investments. Swaps are subject to leveraging, liquidity and counterparty risks, and therefore may be difficult to value. Adverse changes in the value or level of the swap can result in gains or losses that are substantially greater than invested, with the potential for unlimited loss.

    The Global Listed Private EquitySM Index includes between 40 and 60 publicly listed private equity companies, including business development companies and other financial institutions or vehicles whose principal business is to invest in and lend capital to privately held companies.

    The Red Rocks Capital Listed Private Equity Index is comprised of 25 to 40 public companies which invest in, lend capital to, or provide services to privately held businesses. The Index represents a means of diversified exposure to private equity firms, as well as the consolidated exposure of the underlying portfolio investments.

    The Global Industry Classification Standard was developed by and is the exclusive property and a service mark of MSCI, Inc. and Standard & Poor's.

    The product is not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by Red Rocks Capital LLC, and Red Rocks makes no representation regarding the advisability of investing in this fund.

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    FAQs

    Is PSP ETF a Buy? ›

    The Invesco Global Listed Private Equity Portfolio ETF (NYSEARCA:PSP) is a private equity index ETF. The fund's diversified holdings, strong, growing 7.5% dividend yield, and industry-beating returns make it a buy.

    Does Invesco do private equity? ›

    We invest in early-stage venture, growth, buyout, and private equity funds, as well as making select direct investments or co-investments.

    Is Invesco A Good Investment? ›

    Invesco Ltd.

    may be undervalued. Its Value Score of B indicates it would be a good pick for value investors. The financial health and growth prospects of IVZ, demonstrate its potential to outperform the market. It currently has a Growth Score of F.

    Is Neuberger Berman a private equity? ›

    Neuberger Berman, founded in 1939, is a private, independent, employee-owned investment manager. The firm manages a range of strategies—including equity, fixed income, quantitative and multi-asset class, private equity, real estate and hedge funds—on behalf of institutions, advisors and individual investors globally.

    What is a private equity ETF? ›

    Private Equity ETF is a type of exchange-traded fund that only invests in companies that do not trade on the stock exchange and provides an opportunity for small investors to participate and gain from such exposure.

    What is INVESCO famous for? ›

    Invesco offers a sizable mix of mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. The asset manager is widely known for its strength in international investing and its fixed-income offerings, specifically the BulletShares series of bond-laddering funds it acquired when it bought OppenheimerFunds in 2019.

    Is INVESCO a Chinese company? ›

    Invesco Ltd. is an American independent investment management company that is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with additional branch offices in 20 countries.

    Is Invesco a buy or sell? ›

    Invesco has received a consensus rating of Hold. The company's average rating score is 2.38, and is based on 3 buy ratings, 5 hold ratings, and no sell ratings.

    How does Invesco rank? ›

    With nearly $1.6 trillion in assets under management1 and 8,000-plus employees in 25 countries, Morningstar ranks Invesco as the seventh-largest U.S. retail asset manager. The independent funds research firm estimates that Invesco is the 13th biggest global asset manager.

    Is Invesco a safe company? ›

    Invesco Ltd. (NYSE:IVZ) reported good fourth-quarter results and finished 2021 strong. There is no doubt based on valuation metrics that the company is undervalued at the moment. It is also true that you can find better asset management companies to invest in, but IVZ is a decent company at a reasonable price.

    Is Neuberger Berman a good firm? ›

    New York, December 12, 2016 — Neuberger Berman, a private, independent, employee-owned investment manager, is honored to be named as the top ranked firm among those with 1,000 employees or more in the 2016 “Best Places to Work in Money Management” survey by Pensions & Investments, the global news source of money ...

    Who bought Neuberger Berman? ›

    Four years later Neuberger managers got another big payday when Lehman acquired the firm for $2.6 billion, part of a then-popular strategy of financial firms gathering assets to dampen earnings volatility.

    Is Neuberger Berman a hedge fund? ›

    Neuberger Berman is an experienced hedge fund solutions provider investing on behalf of institutional, high-net-worth and retail clients via registered liquid alternative funds, custom portfolios, and commingled products.

    Who invests in private equity funds? ›

    Who can invest? A private equity fund is typically open only to accredited investors and qualified clients. Accredited investors and qualified clients include institutional investors, such as insurance companies, university endowments and pension funds, and high income and net worth individuals.

    Does Vanguard have a private equity fund? ›

    Each of Vanguard's private equity funds is slated to take 14- to 17 years to complete its investment journey. Yes, the plan is to begin generating some returns after four- to six years, but the ultimate performance of Vanguard's 2020 vintage fund won't be known until 2035 or so.

    Can an ETF hold private companies? ›

    Private equity exchange-traded funds (ETFs) hold companies that can be financially complicated because they use leverage and are strongly transaction-oriented. However, they provide investors with exposure to private equity investments and can offer significant and attractive returns on investment.

    Is Invesco better than Vanguard? ›

    If you want a true value diversifier to buoy your portfolio during significant downturns, the Invesco fund is the better option. If you want a diversifier that performs better when the market is up, the Vanguard ETF is a good choice. It will likely have better long-term returns if historical patterns hold.

    Who are Invesco competitors? ›

    Invesco competitors include American Century Investments, ON24, Franklin Resources and Manning & Napier.

    Why did IVR stock drop? ›

    IVR reported relatively bad quarterly results. This is mainly due to the Fed's more hawkish policy stance. Because of that, the yield curve flattened and IVR faced more challenging external market conditions. The book value per share declined by 10.46% compared to Q3 2021 from $3.25 per share to $2.91.

    Who is INVESCO owned by? ›

    Top 10 Owners of Invesco Ltd

    The Vanguard Group, Inc. SSgA Funds Management, Inc.

    How many countries does INVESCO operate in? ›

    Invesco is a leading independent global investment manager with offices in 20 countries.

    Is INVESCO A good mutual fund company? ›

    Is Invesco mutual fund good? Invesco is an investment management firm based out of the USA. It offers a wide range of investment capabilities across equity, fixed income, money market, and alternative asset classes.

    Is Invesco a hedge fund? ›

    Invesco Ltd. (NYSE:IVZ) is not the most popular stock in this group but hedge fund interest is still above average. Our overall hedge fund sentiment score for IVZ is 83.6.

    How do I invest in Invesco? ›

    How to buy Invesco Stocks & Shares to Invest in IVZ Steps of buying Invesco shares
    1. Step 1: find a good online broker. ...
    2. Step 2: open your brokerage account. ...
    3. Step 3: deposit money to your account. ...
    4. Step 4: buy the Invesco share. ...
    5. Step 5: review your Invesco position regularly.

    How many ETFs are INVESCO? ›

    Invesco ETF Overview

    With 241 ETFs traded on the U.S. markets, Invesco ETFs have total assets under management of $342.91B. The average expense ratio is 0.42%. Invesco ETFs can be found in the following asset classes: Fixed Income.

    Is INVESCO a Canadian company? ›

    Invesco Canada Ltd. is one of Canada's leading investment management companies, and is a subsidiary of Invesco Ltd. It operates under three distinct yet complementary product brands: Trimark, Invesco and PowerShares. With over $745.5 billion in assets under management worldwide, Invesco Ltd.

    Is iShares owned by BlackRock? ›

    iShares is a collection of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) managed by BlackRock, which acquired the brand and business from Barclays in 2009. The first iShares ETFs were known as World Equity Benchmark Shares (WEBS) but have since been rebranded.

    How much money does Invesco manage? ›

    Announcing August 31, 2022 assets under management

    We have reported preliminary month-end AUM of $1,416.0 billion, a decrease of 2.3% versus previous month-end.

    What is an Invesco account? ›

    Invesco Client Account Access is a mobile-friendly site that provides financial professionals with a single view into retirement and non-retirement accounts. Invesco Client Account Access provides financial professionals with a single view into retirement and non-retirement accounts.

    What is Neuberger Berman known for? ›

    From offices in 38 cities across 25 countries, Neuberger Berman manages a range of equity, fixed income, private equity and hedge fund strategies on behalf of institutions, advisors and individual investors worldwide.

    Is it hard to get a job at Neuberger Berman? ›

    Is it hard to get a job at Neuberger Berman? People have reported that the interview at Neuberger Berman is medium. The interview process takes about two weeks. People have rated the overall interview experience as favorable.

    Who does Neuberger Berman clear through? ›

    Neuberger Berman taps J.P. Morgan Clearing as new custodian.

    Is Neuberger Berman Lehman Brothers? ›

    On September 29, 2008, Lehman agreed to sell its asset management businesses, including Neuberger Berman, to a pair of private-equity firms, Bain Capital Partners and Hellman & Friedman.

    Is Neuberger Berman buy side? ›

    New York, March 2, 2016 — Neuberger Berman has been recognized for the “Best Buy Side Trading Technology” at the 2016 Markets Choice Awards.

    What does Neuberger Berman invest in? ›

    Neuberger Berman's range of fund types includes UCITS, QIAIFs and private funds, among others. They span asset classes, investment styles and geographies, offering investors a broad range of options to suit their investment objectives.

    How do you pronounce Neuberger? ›

    How to Pronounce Neuberger - PronounceNames.com - YouTube

    What kind of company is Neuberger Berman? ›

    Neuberger Berman is a 75-year-old private, independent, employee-controlled investment manager. The firm manages equities, fixed income, private equity and hedge fund portfolios for institutions and advisors worldwide.

    Who is the CEO of Neuberger Berman? ›

    A Note from Chairman and CEO George Walker | Neuberger Berman.

    Does INVESCO have hedge funds? ›

    The Invesco S&P 500® Downside Hedged ETF (Fund) is an actively managed exchange-traded fund (ETF) that seeks to achieve positive total returns in rising or falling markets that are not directly correlated to broad equity or fixed-income market returns.

    Is Oppenheimer now INVESCO? ›

    OppenheimerFunds, Inc.

    was a global asset manager. As of February 28, 2019, the company managed over $260 billion in assets in over 13,000,000 investor accounts. In May 2019, the company was acquired by Invesco. OppenheimerFunds, Inc.

    Did INVESCO buy Oppenheimer Funds? ›

    The Invesco Oppenheimer name was applied to funds that Invesco gained from merging with Oppenheimer in 2019. Oppenheimer will be officially removed from the funds effective on or around September 30.

    How much does INVESCO have under management? ›

    Announcing August 31, 2022 assets under management

    We have reported preliminary month-end AUM of $1,416.0 billion, a decrease of 2.3% versus previous month-end.

    What does Invesco sell? ›

    Invesco for the Individual Investor

    Invesco offers a wide range of investments, from stocks and bonds to alternatives, in a variety of vehicles — all designed to help you meet your goals.

    Does Invesco have ETFs? ›

    You can find Invesco ETFs on your trading platform of choice, or consult your financial professional.

    What kind of company is Invesco? ›

    Invesco Ltd. is a publicly owned investment manager. The firm provides its services to retail clients, institutional clients, high-net worth clients, public entities, corporations, unions, non-profit organizations, endowments, foundations, pension funds, financial institutions, and sovereign wealth funds.

    Is Invesco A good mutual fund company? ›

    Is Invesco mutual fund good? Invesco is an investment management firm based out of the USA. It offers a wide range of investment capabilities across equity, fixed income, money market, and alternative asset classes.

    Is Oppenheimer a good company? ›

    Oppenheimer is a very good company to work for. The people are amazing and very hard working. Its a midsize company but has the feel of a small company with a very supportive environment.

    How do I cash out my Oppenheimer? ›

    If you have an account with Oppenheimer, you can click on their website to get an Oppenheimer funds withdrawal form for the type of account you have. You will have to fill in your account information, the reason for the requested distribution and the type of distribution.

    Who merged with Oppenheimer? ›

    Invesco

    Why did IVR stock drop? ›

    IVR reported relatively bad quarterly results. This is mainly due to the Fed's more hawkish policy stance. Because of that, the yield curve flattened and IVR faced more challenging external market conditions. The book value per share declined by 10.46% compared to Q3 2021 from $3.25 per share to $2.91.

    How does Invesco rank? ›

    With nearly $1.6 trillion in assets under management1 and 8,000-plus employees in 25 countries, Morningstar ranks Invesco as the seventh-largest U.S. retail asset manager. The independent funds research firm estimates that Invesco is the 13th biggest global asset manager.

    How many ETFs are Invesco? ›

    Invesco ETF Overview

    With 241 ETFs traded on the U.S. markets, Invesco ETFs have total assets under management of $342.91B. The average expense ratio is 0.42%. Invesco ETFs can be found in the following asset classes: Fixed Income.

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