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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AUBN   Auburn Natl Bncp  Regional - Southeast Banks Financial NASDAQ 141  41.18  0.03 0.073 3,184
 BDJ   Blackrock Enhanced Dividend Achievers  Asset Management Financial NYSE 1,710  9.18  0.03 0.3 281,947
 ESTC   Elastic N.V.  Technical & System Software Technology NYSE 6,790  92.05  -1.81 -1.9 838,049
 FRTA   Forterra Inc  Industrial Metals & Minerals Basic Materials NASDAQ 382  7.70  0.27 3.6 466,927
 FTHI   High Income ETF FT  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NASDAQ 72  22.57  -0.18 -0.8 13,506
 HCACU   Hennessy Capital Acquisition Corp IV Unit  Shipping Services NASDAQ 396  10.55  0.00 0.00 4,000
 JCE   Nuveen Core Equity Alpha Fund  Asset Management Financial NYSE 229  14.32  0.010 0.07 58,204
 LH   Laboratory Corp of America Holdings  Medical Laboratories & Research Healthcare NYSE 16,900  171.25  -0.13 -0.076 283,299
 MPWR   Monolithic Power Sys  Semiconductor - Specialized Technology NASDAQ 6,750  158.34  0.44 0.3 341,645
 NULG   Nushares ESG Largecap Growth ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 58  38.552  -0.01 -0.026 998
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