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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AFGE 
American Financial Group Inc 4.5 Sub. Deb.
Insurance - Property & Casualty
Financial Services
NYSE
 217.6  27.21  -0.03 -0.11 1,413
 AGO 
Assured Guaranty Ltd
Insurance - Specialty
Financial Services
NYSE
 2,560  30.66  -0.22 -0.71 412,816
 AIHS 
Senmiao Technology Ltd
Credit Services
Financial Services
NASDAQ
 61.17  1.28  -0.02 -1.54 714,889
 AIT 
Applied Industrial Technologies Inc
Industrial Distribution
Industrials
NYSE
 3,040  76.88  0.33 0.43 96,373
 AME 
Ametek Inc
Specialty Industrial Machinery
Industrials
NYSE
 27,270  114.43  -0.59 -0.51 841,897
 AMOT 
Allied Motion Technologies Inc
Electronic Components
Technology
NASDAQ
 412.26  42.55  2.19 5.43 53,369
 ASGN 
ASGN Inc
Staffing & Employment Services
Industrials
NYSE
 4,250  78.87  0.67 0.86 220,936
 BEDU 
Bright Scholar Education Holdings Ltd ADR
Education & Training Services
Consumer Defensive
NYSE
 778.75  6.15  0.05 0.82 72,358
 BIP 
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP
Utilities - Diversified
Utilities
NYSE
 20,740  50.06  0.32 0.64 205,638
 BJ 
BJ`s Wholesale Club Holdings Inc
Discount Stores
Consumer Defensive
NYSE
 5,550  38.72  -1.02 -2.57 3,666,495
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