Invesco Capital LLC – Invesco Balanced Multi-Asset Allocation ETF (PSMB) gains 0.62% to close at $ 17.07 on November 1

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Invesco Capital Management LLC – Shares of the Invesco Balanced Multi-Asset Allocation ETF (CBOE: PSMB) gained 0.62%, or $ 0.105 per share, to close at $ 17.07 on Monday. After opening the day at $ 16.97, shares of Invesco Capital LLC – Invesco Balanced Multi-Asset Allocation ETFs fluctuated between $ 17.09 and $ 16.97. 3,108 stocks traded in the hands, down from their 30-day average of 7,735. Monday’s activity brought the market capitalization of Invesco Capital LLC – Invesco Balanced Multi-Asset Allocation ETF to $ 21,856,000 .

See the profile of Invesco Capital Management LLC – Invesco Balanced Multi-Asset Allocation ETF for more information.

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