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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ABR 
Arbor Realty Trust Inc
REIT - Mortgage
Real Estate
NYSE
 2,000  16.67  0.66 4.12 2,760,733
 ADS 
Alliance Data Systems Corp
Credit Services
Financial Services
NYSE
 4,120  96.50  4.69 5.11 1,587,907
 AGCO 
AGCO Corp
Farm & Heavy Construction Machinery
Industrials
NYSE
 9,670  129.48  0.32 0.25 570,410
 AGO 
Assured Guaranty Ltd
Insurance - Specialty
Financial Services
NYSE
 3,520  44.22  0.4 0.91 574,473
 AGX 
Argan Inc
Engineering & Construction
Industrials
NYSE
 798.15  50.02  -0.85 -1.67 93,069
 AGYS 
Agilysys Inc
Software - Application
Technology
NASDAQ
 1,390  59.59  0.64 1.09 322,973
 AMAL 
Amalgamated Bank Cl A
Banks - Regional
Financial Services
NASDAQ
 535.6  17.56  0.31 1.8 72,808
 AMCX 
AMC Networks Inc Cl A
Broadcasting
Communication Services
NASDAQ
 2,070  65.59  12.52 23.59 3,320,244
 ANTM 
Anthem Inc
Healthcare Plans
Healthcare
NYSE
 72,240  303.19  2.95 0.98 1,970,939
 ARCB 
ArcBest Corp
Trucking
Industrials
NASDAQ
 1,410  58.99  -0.9 -1.5 296,156
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