Invesco Capital LLC – Invesco Moderately Conservative Multi-Asset Allocation ETF (PSMM) gains 0.18% for October 19

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Invesco Capital Management LLC – The Invesco Moderately Conservative Multi-Asset Allocation ETF (CBOE: PSMM) gained to close at $ 15.62 on Tuesday after gaining $ 0.0282 (0.18%) on volume of 4,647 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 15.70 to a low of $ 15.60, while the market cap of Invesco Capital LLC – Invesco Moderately Conservative Multi-Asset Allocation ETF now stands at $ 17,963,000. .

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Breaking down the supply chain bottleneck

Since the onset of the global pandemic, historically low interest rates and government spending have inhibited saving and encouraged borrowing and spending to boost the economy during difficult times. The US Federal Reserve and the government injected much more liquidity into the financial system than during the global financial crisis of 2008. We have seen an increase in inflationary pressures due to the stimulus. Additionally, the unintended consequences of the pandemic created shortages and supply chain bottlenecks that only exacerbated the price hike.

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