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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
Acer Therapeutics Inc
 24.56  1.57  0.07 4.67 604,923
Agiliti Inc
Health Information Services
 2,320  19.72  2.29 13.14 1,807,135
Ashford Inc
Asset Management
Financial Services
 44.56  16.38  2.08 14.55 70,298
Cato Corp Cl A
Apparel Retail
Consumer Cyclical
 210.8  9.42  -0.67 -6.64 464,467
CSI Compressco LP
Oil & Gas Equipment & Services
 187.85  1.31  -0.02 -1.5 144,829
China Pharma Holdings Inc
Drug Manufacturers - Specialty & Generic
 5.83  0.163  0.0501 44.38 53,019,536
Yunhong CTI Ltd
Specialty Retail
Consumer Cyclical
 8.96  0.6499  0.0922 16.53 646,961
EHang Holdings Ltd ADR
Aerospace & Defense
 328.02  7.68  1.96 34.27 13,373,660
Forge Global Holdings Inc
Software - Application
 238.11  1.55  0.17 12.32 4,285,731
Fuel Tech Inc
Pollution & Treatment Controls
 43.63  1.63  0.19 13.19 465,322
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