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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AAME   Atlantic Amer Cp  Life & Health Insurance Financial NASDAQ 49  2.24  -0.20 -8.2 6,182
 AAP   Advance Auto Parts Inc  Auto Parts Stores Services NYSE 10,810  151.80  1.19 0.8 769,009
 ABTX   Allegiance Banc CS  Banks Financial NASDAQ 697  32.84  0.12 0.4 54,273
 AC   Associated Capital Group Inc  Asset Management Financial NYSE 841  36.99  -0.09 -0.2 4,728
 ACER   Acer Therapeutics Inc  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 157  16.48  0.10 0.6 102,238
 ACHV   Achieve Life Sciences Inc  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 21  2.50  -0.17 -6.4 328,557
 ACY   Aerocentury Corp  Rental & Leasing Services Services NYSE 12  7.88  -0.55 -6.5 114
 ADAP   Adaptimmune Ther Ads  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 380  3.60  -0.10 -2.7 182,096
 ADIL   Adial Pharmaceuticals Inc  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 21  1.97  -0.09 -4.4 43,204
 ADMA   Adma Biologics  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 226  3.77  -0.07 -1.8 875,120
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