Invesco Capital LLC – Invesco Growth Multi-Asset Allocation ETF (PSMG) drops 0.19% on high volume on October 6

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Invesco Capital Management LLC – The Invesco Growth Multi-Asset Allocation ETF (CBOE: PSMG) closed at $ 18.22 on Wednesday after losing $ 0.0348 (0.19%) on volume of 15,262 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 18.41 to a low of $ 18.05, while the market cap of Invesco Capital LLC – Invesco Growth Multi-Asset Allocation ETF now stands at $ 18,766,600.

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