Invesco Trust For Investment Grade New York Municipals (VTN) gains 0.15% for July 21

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Invesco Trust For Investment Grade New York Municipals (NYSE: VTN) shares gained 0.15%, or $0.02 per share, to close Wednesday at $13.70. After opening the day at $13.73, shares of Invesco For Grade New York Municipals fluctuated between $13.73 and $13.67. 10,677 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 24,183. Wednesday's activity brought Invesco For Grade New York Municipals’s market cap to $266,845,216.

Invesco For Grade New York Municipals is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts..

About Invesco Trust For Investment Grade New York Municipals

The Trust’s investment objective is to provide current income exempt from federal and New York income taxes.

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