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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ARA   American Renal Associates Holdi    NYSE   18.27  0.41 2.3 179,497
 CARG   Cargurus Inc Class A  Internet Information Providers Technology NASDAQ 4,710  41.85  -1.63 -3.7 708,620
 CODI   Compass Diversified Holdings  Conglomerates Conglomerates NYSE 1,060  17.06  -0.06 -0.4 168,332
 FIS   Fidelity National Information Services  Information Technology Services Technology NYSE 35,450  104.07  -0.80 -0.8 942,181
 FIX   Comfort Systems USA  General Contractors Industrial Goods NYSE 2,020  51.93  -0.69 -1.3 252,275
 FNCB   First National Community Bancorp Inc  Regional - Northeast Banks Financial NASDAQ 172  9.19  0.00 0.00 26
 HFWA   Heritage Financial  Regional - Pacific Banks Financial NASDAQ 1,270  32.53  -0.70 -2.1 81,206
 INFY   Infosys Ltd  Technical & System Software Technology NYSE 41,110  9.54  -0.26 -2.7 21,205,361
 KMG   KMG Chemicals  Specialty Chemicals Basic Materials NYSE 1,150  74.57  -0.53 -0.7 229,439
 MBI   MBIA Inc  Property & Casualty Insurance Financial NYSE 990  9.94  -0.15 -1.5 383,111
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