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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ADBE 
Adobe Inc
Software - Infrastructure
Technology
NASDAQ
 229,530  487.28  3 0.62 1,426,310
 AIO 
AllianzGI Artificial Intelligence & Technology Opportunities Fund
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NYSE
 837.23  24.92  0.44 1.8 59,048
 ALGN 
Align Technology Inc
Medical Devices
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 39,430  517.35  6.35 1.24 338,368
 ALOT 
AstroNova Inc
Computer Hardware
Technology
NASDAQ
 71.9  11.19  0.14 1.27 9,219
 AMBA 
Ambarella Inc
Semiconductor Equipment & Materials
Technology
NASDAQ
 2,700  91.46  2.97 3.36 669,764
 ANEW 
ProShares MSCI Transformational Changes Etf
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NYSE
 10.11  40.76  0.31 0.77 23,935
 AOD 
Aberdeen Total Dynamic Dividend Fund
Asset Management
Financial Services
NYSE
 927.79  8.82  0.02 0.23 141,935
 ASGI 
Aberdeen Standard Global Infrastructure Income Fund
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NYSE
 160.36  18.88  0.32 1.72 22,554
 ASYS 
Amtech Systems Inc
Semiconductor Equipment & Materials
Technology
NASDAQ
 86.77  7.02  0.06 0.86 65,648
 ATEX 
Anterix Inc
Telecom Services
Communication Services
NASDAQ
 530.96  30.43  0.02 0.07 31,613
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