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- Fund Family Invesco
- Assets Under Management 2,403,538,400
- Market Capitalization, $K 2,403,538
- Shares Outstanding, K 69,850
- 60-Month Beta 0.90
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+2.27 (+7.05%)since 09/23/20
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+0.63 (+1.86%)since 07/23/20
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-8.56 (-19.90%)since 10/23/19
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Investors should prepare their portfolios for heightened volatility in the broader equities space in this year of U.S. Presidential elections.
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