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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 BRFS   Brf-Brasil Foods S.A.  Meat Products Consumer Goods NYSE 7,380  9.33  0.03 0.3 1,839,041
 CIK   Credit Suisse Asset Management  Asset Management Financial NYSE 165  3.14  -0.02 -0.6 27,640
 KN   Knowles Corp  Communication Equipment Technology NYSE 1,930  20.31  0.05 0.2 1,034,630
 MDLZ   Mondelez Intl Inc  Confectioners Consumer Goods NASDAQ 81,670  54.72  0.02 0.037 8,577,934
 PW   Pittsburgh & West Virginia Railroad  REIT - Diversified Financial NYSE 18  10.07  0.23 2.3 42,075
 UFPI   Universal Forest Prd  Lumber, Wood Production Industrial Goods NASDAQ 2,320  40.57  0.43 1.1 196,694
 UN   Unilever NV  Personal Products Consumer Goods NYSE 163,580  60.33  -0.11 -0.2 734,612
 V   Visa Inc  Credit Services Financial NYSE 416,130  175.29  -1.16 -0.7 6,164,466
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