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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AAC   Aac Holdings Inc  Specialized Health Services Healthcare NYSE 21  0.60  -0.019 -3.1 385,047
 AADR   Advisorshares Dorsey Wright ADR  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 105  48.84  0.46 1.0 16,376
 AAL   American Airlines Gp  Major Airlines Services NASDAQ 12,250  25.79  0.38 1.5 8,807,558
 AAOI   Applied Optoelect  Semiconductor - Integrated Circuits Technology NASDAQ 197  9.24  0.36 4.1 462,403
 AAXN   Axon Inc  Aerospace/Defense Products & Services Industrial Goods NASDAQ 3,400  59.22  1.86 3.2 640,191
 ABBV   Abbvie Inc  Drug Manufacturers - Major Healthcare NYSE 93,880  64.43  1.45 2.3 8,030,427
 ABCB   Ameris Bancorp  Regional - Mid-Atlantic Banks Financial NASDAQ 2,470  36.43  1.18 3.3 388,821
 ABIO   Arca Biopharma Inc  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 8.08  5.64  0.07 1.3 230,501
 ABM   ABM Industries Incorporated  Business Services Services NYSE 2,650  38.53  0.47 1.2 210,703
 ABR   Arbor Realty Trust  REIT - Diversified Financial NYSE 1,150  12.21  0.15 1.2 926,968
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