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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 A   Agilent Technologies  Medical Laboratories & Research Healthcare NYSE 22,150  69.97  -0.33 -0.5 1,596,414
 AAN   Aaron`s Inc  Rental & Leasing Services Services NYSE 4,110  60.59  -0.48 -0.8 443,525
 AAT   American Assets Trust  REIT - Retail Financial NYSE 2,250  47.25  1.07 2.3 2,748,484
 AAXN   Axon Inc  Aerospace/Defense Products & Services Industrial Goods NASDAQ 4,160  70.67  -0.44 -0.6 1,073,378
 ABC   Amerisourcebergen Corp  Drugs Wholesale Services NYSE 17,810  85.05  -1.39 -1.6 1,003,671
 ABCB   Ameris Bancorp  Regional - Mid-Atlantic Banks Financial NASDAQ 1,800  38.28  0.15 0.4 177,524
 ABEV   Ambev S.A.  Beverages - Brewers Consumer Goods NYSE 70,600  4.51  -0.13 -2.8 24,640,143
 ACES   Alps Clean Energy ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 58  28.45  -0.14 -0.5 1,771
 ACGL   Arch Capital Grp Ltd  Property & Casualty Insurance Financial NASDAQ 14,150  35.56  0.52 1.5 1,519,103
 ACGLP   Arch Capital Group Ltd  Property & Casualty Insurance Financial NASDAQ 14,133  24.00  0.07 0.3 67,008
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