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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AEUA    Anadarko Petroleum Corp 7.5 Un  Independent Oil & Gas Basic Materials NYSE 307  37.47  0.15 0.4 2,212
 AFSI    AmTrust Financial Services Inc  Property & Casualty Insurance Financial NASDAQ 2,700  13.48  -0.22 -1.6 42,789
 AIRR    First Trust RBA American Industrial Renaissance ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NASDAQ   22.43  -0.19 -0.8 1,595
 AJXA    Great Ajax Corp. 7.25% Convertible Senior Notes    NYSE 79  10.98  -0.01 -0.091 20
 AM    Antero Midstream Partners LP  Oil & Gas Pipelines Basic Materials NYSE 5,858  31.10  -0.25 -0.8 2,840
 ARCW    ARC Group Worldwide Inc  Metal Fabrication Industrial Goods NASDAQ 42  2.20  -0.20 -8.3 0
 AVT    Avnet Inc  Electronics Wholesale Services NYSE 4,692  35.77  -0.22 -0.6 42,019
 AXDX    Accelerate Diagnostics Inc  Medical Laboratories & Research Healthcare NASDAQ 1,240  19.95  -1.75 -8.1 128,778
 AXE    Anixter International Inc  Industrial Equipment Wholesale Services NYSE 2,435  70.70  -0.35 -0.5 2,531
 AZN    AstraZeneca PLC  Drug Manufacturers - Major Healthcare NYSE 73,101  28.90  -0.22 -0.8 576,091
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