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2.Price Touched Above Lower Band of BB(50,2)
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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ACHC   Acadia Healthcr CO  Specialized Health Services Healthcare NASDAQ 2,960  31.92  -0.37 -1.1 391,101
 ADC   Agree Realty Corp  REIT - Retail Financial NYSE 2,490  64.93  0.18 0.3 156,664
 AKRX   Akorn Inc  Drugs - Generic Healthcare NASDAQ 546  3.87  -0.25 -6.1 1,210,530
 ALDX   Aldeyra Therapeu  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 157  5.41  -0.07 -1.3 179,185
 ALT   Altimmune Inc  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 38  2.33  -0.12 -4.9 166,929
 ALTM   Altus Midstream Company  Oil & Gas Pipelines Basic Materials NASDAQ 279  3.16  -0.24 -7.1 1,827,788
 AM   Antero Midstream Corp  Oil & Gas Pipelines Basic Materials NYSE 5,760  11.02  -0.19 -1.7 4,825,491
 AMAG   Amag Pharmaceuticals  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 304  9.00  0.35 4.0 1,447,052
 AMG   Affiliated Managers Group  Asset Management Financial NYSE 4,370  87.92  2.59 3.0 737,208
 AMID   American Midstreampartners LP  Oil & Gas Pipelines Basic Materials NYSE 285  5.24  0.00 0.00 382,033
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