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 Symbol Name Industry Sector ExchangeCap, mlnLastChangeChange, %Volume
 BAS    Basic Energy Services, Inc.  Oil & Gas Equipment & Services Basic Materials NYSE 80  0.89  -0.38 -29.9 7,106,033
 BZQ    UltraShort MSCI Brazil ProShares  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE   22.10  -0.67 -2.9 92,679
 DCTH    Delcath Systems, Inc.  Drug Delivery Healthcare NASDAQ 7  3.54  0.15 4.4 46,912
 ERB    ERBA Diagnostics, Inc.  Medical Instruments & Supplies Healthcare NYSE 39  0.54  -0.03 -5.3 41,688
 EVLMC    Eaton Vance Tabs 5-To-15 Year L    NASDAQ   100.03  -0.02 -0.02 6,040
 NVGS    Navigator Holdings  Shipping Services NYSE 596  9.83  -0.27 -2.7 525,994
 QUMU    Qumu Corp.  Computer Peripherals Technology NASDAQ 42  3.40  -1.16 -25.4 185,061
 RVP    Retractable Technologies, Inc.  Medical Instruments & Supplies Healthcare NYSE 81  2.30  -0.17 -6.9 63,146
 SKX    Skechers USA Inc.  Textile - Apparel Footwear & Accessories Consumer Goods NYSE 4,622  24.99  -7.19 -22.3 32,809,139
 STEM    StemCells Inc.  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 5  0.367  -0.013 -3.4 173,209
 TECZ    Technipower Systems  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE   23.35  -1.05 -4.3 500
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