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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
ALX Oncology Holdings Inc
 197.53  7.51  2.7 56.13 42,477,356
American Vanguard Corp
Agricultural Inputs
Basic Materials
 320.22  10.24  -0.57 -5.27 533,813
Blue Ridge Bankshares Inc
Banks - Regional
Financial Services
 86.74  2.97  -0.23 -7.19 315,946
Borqs Technologies Inc
Software - Application
 31.36  0.108  -0.016 -12.9 8,896,116
Capstone Green Energy Corp
Specialty Industrial Machinery
 13.01  0.31  -0.1852 -37.4 1,465,937
Carriage Services Inc
Personal Services
Consumer Cyclical
 422.78  23.94  -3.89 -13.98 385,976
Torrid Holdings Inc
Apparel Retail
Consumer Cyclical
 230  2.03  0.01 0.5 447,575
Ebix Inc
Software - Application
 305.31  8.24  -0.48 -5.5 1,306,972
Femasys Inc
Medical Instruments & Supplies
 44.92  2.49  -1.4 -35.99 19,425,152
FingerMotion Inc
Telecom Services
Communication Services
 325.74  4.58  -2.42 -34.57 4,620,382
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