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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 DMO 
Western Asset Mortgage Opportunity Fund Inc
Asset Management
Financial Services
NYSE
 132.67  11.67  0.05 0.43 1,081
 GOF 
Guggenheim Strategic Opportunities Fund
Asset Management
Financial Services
NYSE
 1,903.63  14.55  0.04 0.28 23,952
 GRN 
Barclays Bank Plc iPath Series B Carbon ETN
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NYSE
   29.08  0.18 0.62 163
 KSPI 
Kaspi.kz JSC ADR
Software - Infrastructure
Technology
NASDAQ
 23,219  122.40  -1.5 -1.21 11,563
 MGNI 
Magnite Inc
Advertising Agencies
Communication Services
NASDAQ
 1,709.69  12.46  0.25 2.05 103,160
 NBOS 
Neuberger Berman Option Strategy Etf
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NYSE
   26.00  -0.04 -0.15 24,693
 UMMA 
Wahed Dow Jones Islamic World Etf
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NASDAQ
   24.26  0.01 0.04 7,985
 YMAX 
YieldMax Universe Fund of Option Income Etf
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NYSE
   20.30  0.11 0.54 31,413
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