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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
Altisource Asset Management Corp
Mortgage Finance
Financial Services
 6.41  2.47  -0.01 -0.4 1,218
AbbVie Inc
Drug Manufacturers - General
 277,348  154.79  -0.55 -0.35 3,926,733
Ambev S.A. ADR
Beverages - Brewers
Consumer Defensive
 36,548  2.20  -0.03 -1.35 16,133,565
Absci Corp
 476.08  4.18  -0.09 -2.11 1,859,674
Abbott Laboratories
Medical Devices
 180,835  100.73  -1.22 -1.2 4,685,191
ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Inc
 2,493.18  14.62  -0.47 -3.11 1,356,472
Accolade Inc
Health Information Services
 577.49  7.23  -0.42 -5.49 642,284
Acadia Healthcare Co Inc
Medical Care Facilities
 5,832.74  65.07  2.2 3.5 2,187,342
Archer Aviation Inc
Aerospace & Defense
 1,035.39  3.01  -0.19 -5.94 7,841,635
ACM Research Inc Cl A
Semiconductor Equipment & Materials
 1,398.91  22.62  -0.95 -4.03 1,078,758
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