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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AAXJ   All Country Asia Ex Japan Ishares MSCI ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NASDAQ 4,183  70.16  0.34 0.5 459,118
 ABAC   Aoxin Tianli Grp  Farm Products Consumer Goods NASDAQ 19  1.95  0.06 3.2 941
 ABIO   Arca Biopharma Inc  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 8  0.583  0.0083 1.4 215,126
 ACCO   Acco Brands Corp  Office Supplies Consumer Goods NYSE 1,260  12.25  0.20 1.7 372,279
 ACHV   Achieve Life Sciences Inc  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 13  3.04  0.24 8.6 122,245
 ACIM   ACWI IMI MSCI ETF SPDR  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 103  79.368  0.31 0.4 7,626
 ACIU   AC Immune S.A.  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 577  8.42  -0.14 -1.6 57,130
 ACLS   Axcelis Tech Inc  Semiconductor Equipment & Materials Technology NASDAQ 621  19.15  -0.05 -0.3 661,071
 ACRS   Aclaris Therapts  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 485  16.02  0.37 2.4 212,522
 ACSF   American Capital Sen  Closed End Funds Financial NASDAQ 123  12.30  0.00 0.00 13,162
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Education Point n Figure (PnF Charts) - Technical Analysis from A to Z
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