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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ADNT   Adient Plc  Auto Parts Consumer Goods NYSE 2,420  24.74  -0.80 -3.1 2,856,864
 AEGN   Aegion Corp  Heavy Construction Industrial Goods NASDAQ 617  19.43  0.32 1.7 107,149
 AL   Air Lease Corp Cl A  Rental & Leasing Services Services NYSE 4,150  38.00  0.69 1.8 487,552
 ALK   Alaska Air Group  Major Airlines Services NYSE 7,450  60.89  0.59 1.0 1,045,659
 AM   Antero Midstream Corp  Oil & Gas Pipelines Basic Materials NYSE 4,900  13.50  -0.02 -0.1 2,708,664
 AN   Autonation Inc  Auto Dealerships Services NYSE 3,390  37.90  0.57 1.5 498,008
 ANDAR   Andina Acquisition Corp III Right    NASDAQ 1  0.30  -0.03 -9.1 1,200
 AOBC   American Outdoor Brands Corp  Aerospace/Defense Products & Services Industrial Goods NASDAQ 526  9.77  0.12 1.2 645,170
 APC   Anadarko Petroleum Corp  Independent Oil & Gas Basic Materials NYSE 32,160  63.99  -0.07 -0.1 10,463,333
 ARR   Armour Residential R  REIT - Residential Financial NYSE 1,190  20.01  0.08 0.4 588,255
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