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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ACGL 
Arch Capital Group Ltd
Insurance - Diversified
Financial Services
NASDAQ
 37,001  96.10  -2.14 -2.18 999,182
 BAER 
Bridger Aerospace Group Holdings Inc
Security & Protection Services
Industrials
NASDAQ
 166.38  3.28  0.05 1.55 33,944
 BYFC 
Broadway Financial Corp
Banks - Regional
Financial Services
NASDAQ
 45.02  4.99  0.12 2.46 9,544
 BYSI 
BeyondSpring Inc
Biotechnology
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 97.53  2.20  -0.11 -4.76 30,449
 CAPL 
CrossAmerica Partners LP
Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing
Energy
NYSE
 750.66  19.61  0.03 0.15 21,693
 CERO 
CERo Therapeutics Holdings Inc
Biotechnology
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 4.03  0.20  -0.0429 -17.66 4,497,255
 COR 
Cencora Inc
Medical Distribution
Healthcare
NYSE
 44,055  223.60  -0.11 -0.05 836,016
 CPLP 
Capital Product Partners LP
Marine Shipping
Industrials
NASDAQ
 909.25  16.55  0.05 0.3 19,710
 CRKN 
Crown Electrokinetics Corp
Specialty Chemicals
Basic Materials
NASDAQ
 10.43  3.53  -0.44 -11.08 491,808
 CRT 
Cross Timbers Royalty Trust
Oil & Gas E&P
Energy
NYSE
 59.88  10.00  0.01 0.1 32,701
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