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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 BA   Boeing Company  Aerospace/Defense Products & Services Industrial Goods NYSE 196,540  347.16  -1.70 -0.5 2,184,883
 CNCR   Loncar Cancer Immunotherapy ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NASDAQ 37  19.94  -0.24 -1.2 4,861
 EBIX   Ebix Inc  Business Software & Services Technology NASDAQ 1,600  53.35  0.22 0.4 120,663
 ENT   Global Eagle Entrtn  Entertainment - Diversified Services NASDAQ 60  0.694  0.019 2.8 375,450
 HQH   Tekla Healthcare Investors  Asset Management Financial NYSE 815  19.29  -0.11 -0.6 67,661
 HRZN   Horizon Technology F  Asset Management Financial NASDAQ 157  11.76  0.00 0.00 51,393
 LVHI   Legg Intl Low Vol High Div ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 47  26.05  0.09 0.3 4,061
 MPLX   Mplx LP  Oil & Gas Pipelines Basic Materials NYSE 24,890  31.25  -0.30 -1.0 2,073,410
 PGP   Pimco Global Stocksplus & Income  Asset Management Financial NYSE 135  12.30  0.06 0.5 20,209
 SRDX   Surmodics Inc  Medical Laboratories & Research Healthcare NASDAQ 558  41.34  -0.56 -1.3 69,749
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