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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AIRI    Air Industries Group  Aerospace/Defense Products & Services Industrial Goods NYSE 21  1.84  -0.20 -9.8 141,654
 AQB    AquaBounty Technologies Inc  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 75  7.32  -0.81 -10.0 96,605
 ASMB    Assembly Biosciences Inc  Drug Manufacturers - Major Healthcare NASDAQ 413  20.90  -0.93 -4.3 1,897,678
 BAH    Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp  Management Services Services NYSE 5,449  32.22  -0.67 -2.0 3,282,374
 BBBY    Bed Bath & Beyond Inc  Home Furnishing Stores Services NASDAQ 5,718  29.65  -4.09 -12.1 21,787,150
 BGT    BlackRock Floating Rate Income Trust  Closed End Funds Financial NYSE 347  13.94  -0.05 -0.4 100,775
 BJRI    BJ`s Restaurants Inc  Restaurants Services NASDAQ 946  37.00  -0.65 -1.7 604,310
 BMLP    Bank of Montreal  Banks Financial NASDAQ 59,515  45.72  -2.76 -5.7 155
 BOJA    Bojangles Inc  Restaurants Services NASDAQ 615  15.85  -0.40 -2.5 1,064,125
 CLW    Clearwater Paper Corp  Paper & Paper Products Consumer Goods NYSE 749  43.90  -0.15 -0.3 448,147
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