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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 CVLG 
Covenant Logistics Group Inc Cl A
Trucking
Industrials
NASDAQ
 621.62  46.34  -1.05 -2.22 63,137
 DXLG 
Destination XL Group Inc
Apparel Retail
Consumer Cyclical
NASDAQ
 211.08  3.57  -0.02 -0.56 412,701
 GAN 
GAN Ltd
Gambling
Consumer Cyclical
NASDAQ
 60.37  1.35  -0.02 -1.46 48,487
 IRON 
Disc Medicine Inc
Biotechnology
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 847.46  34.14  -0.52 -1.5 332,616
 RUN 
SunRun Inc
Solar
Technology
NASDAQ
 2,968.07  13.37  -0.13 -0.96 7,730,030
 SJ 
Scienjoy Holding Corp Cl A
Broadcasting
Communication Services
NASDAQ
 43.1  1.07  0 0 31,713
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