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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AAL 
American Airlines Group Inc
Airlines
Industrials
NASDAQ
 6,350  11.91  -0.89 -6.95 76,926,248
 ABR 
Arbor Realty Trust Inc
REIT - Mortgage
Real Estate
NYSE
 954.78  8.14  -0.52 -6 2,129,101
 ACGL 
Arch Capital Group Ltd
Insurance - Diversified
Financial Services
NASDAQ
 11,390  27.51  -0.99 -3.47 1,326,546
 ACHC 
Acadia Healthcare Co Inc
Medical Care Facilities
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 2,270  25.19  -1.08 -4.11 739,701
 ACM 
AECOM
Engineering & Construction
Industrials
NYSE
 5,810  35.64  -1.15 -3.13 818,131
 ACRX 
AcelRx Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Drug Manufacturers - Specialty & Generic
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 92.07  1.13  0.07 6.6 1,397,914
 ADMP 
Adamis Pharmaceuticals Corp
Drug Manufacturers - Specialty & Generic
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 39.92  0.5219  -0.0232 -4.26 682,741
 ADNT 
Adient Plc
Auto Parts
Consumer Cyclical
NYSE
 1,550  17.29  0.31 1.83 865,207
 ADSW 
Advanced Disposal Services Inc.
Waste Management
Industrials
NYSE
 2,720  30.13  0.02 0.07 1,119,871
 ADXS 
Advaxis Inc
Biotechnology
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 34.17  0.5527  -0.0131 -2.32 561,851
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