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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 CHAU   Direxion CSI 300 China A 2X  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 126  20.08  0.57 2.9 318,215
 CRAY   Cray Inc  Diversified Computer Systems Technology NASDAQ 1,430  34.64  0.07 0.2 638,082
 ENOB   Enochian Biosciences Inc  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 178  4.71  -0.03 -0.6 15,796
 GAZ   Ipath.B Natural Gas Subindex  Banks Financial NYSE 3.37  30.31  0.80 2.7 3,217
 NEW   Puxin Ltd  Education & Training Services Services NYSE 538  6.41  0.22 3.6 104,828
 NNVC   Nanoviricides Inc  Drug Manufacturers - Major Healthcare NYSE 20  0.23  -0.010 -4.2 47,452
 PSCC   S&P Smallcap Consumer Staples Invesco ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NASDAQ 46  72.27  1.11 1.6 2,147
 REGN   Regeneron Pharmaceuticals  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 32,190  296.85  3.74 1.3 649,013
 USOI   Credit Suisse Ag Credit Suisse X-Links Crude Oil  Independent Oil & Gas Basic Materials NASDAQ 8.07  20.07  0.17 0.9 9,152
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