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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
Aaron`s Co Inc
Specialty Retail
Consumer Cyclical
 405.03  13.32  -0.02 -0.15 217,933
Aegon N.V. ADR
Insurance - Diversified
Financial Services
 8,910  4.47  0.23 5.42 6,431,350
Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd
Basic Materials
 19,350  43.46  -0.3 -0.69 2,747,533
VanEck Africa Index Etf
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
 49.98  17.33  0.06 0.35 6,361
Adecoagro S.A.
Farm Products
Consumer Defensive
 964.89  8.38  0.23 2.82 426,925
Argan Inc
Engineering & Construction
 517.26  35.61  0.34 0.96 41,627
AIB Acquisition Corp Rt
   0.091  -0.0192 -17.42 360
Assurant Inc
Insurance - Specialty
Financial Services
 8,330  155.29  -0.95 -0.61 522,499
Alico Inc
Farm Products
Consumer Defensive
 267.87  32.41  0.02 0.06 76,826
Aileron Therapeutics Inc
 12.89  0.172  0.0145 9.21 7,192,876
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