Invesco Highome II (VLT) falls 1.36% on Moderate Volume January 14

Equities Staff  |

Invesco High Income Trust II (NYSE: VLT), a Boston, Massachusetts, company, fell to close at $14.59 Friday after losing $0.1966 (1.36%) on volume of 9,180 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $14.39 to a low of $14.30 while Invesco Highome II’s market cap now stands at $92,855,341.

About Invesco High Income Trust II

INVESCO VAN KAMPEN HIGH INCOME TRUST II, formerly Invesco High Income Trust II, is a diversified, closed-end management investment trust. The Trust's investment objective is to provide high current income, while seeking to preserve shareholders' capital, through investment in a professionally managed portfolio of income producing fixed-income securities. The Trust invests in a range of sectors, including aerospace and defense; agricultural and farm machinery; apparel retail; auto parts and equipment; building products; cable and satellite; construction and engineering; consumer finance; diversified banks; food retail; healthcare facilities; homebuilding; industrial machinery; Internet software and services; oil and gas equipment and services, paper packaging, and pharmaceuticals. Invesco Advisers, Inc. is the investment advisor of the Trust.

Visit Invesco High Income Trust II’s profile for more information.

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