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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AQXP   Aquinox Pharmaceutic  Drugs - Generic Healthcare NASDAQ 77  3.05  0.04 1.3 132,883
 NUBD   Nushares ESG U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 41  24.34  0.03 0.1 5,500
 SCPH   SC Pharmaceuticals Inc  Medical Appliances & Equipment Healthcare NASDAQ 85  4.94  -0.43 -8.0 73,795
 TD   Toronto Dominion Bank  Money Center Banks Financial NYSE 108,850  60.37  0.07 0.1 1,376,780
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