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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
Amalgamated Bank Cl A
Banks - Regional
Financial Services
 386.88  11.83  -0.58 -4.67 410,677
Preferred Apartment Communities Inc
REIT - Residential
Real Estate
 324.35  5.84  -0.35 -5.65 2,104,495
Anterix Inc
Telecom Services
Communication Services
 780.58  39.22  -1.29 -3.18 875,221
Aware Inc
Software - Application
 59.99  2.65  -0.05 -1.85 126,662
Ayala Pharmaceuticals Inc
 131.63  13.50  -1.05 -7.22 37,770
Capital Bancorp Inc
Banks - Regional
Financial Services
 150.09  9.66  -0.84 -8 84,602
Coastal Financial Corp
Banks - Regional
Financial Services
 187.97  14.59  -1.38 -8.64 90,896
Chuy's Holdings Inc
Consumer Cyclical
 429.24  20.29  -0.51 -2.45 1,551,020
Cortland Bancorp
Banks - Regional
Financial Services
 76.52  16.52  -1.98 -10.7 44,671
ClearOne Inc
Communication Equipment
 37.64  2.59  0.12 4.86 2,607,242
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