Citation
Charlotte sun herald

Material Information

Title:
Charlotte sun herald
Uniform Title:
Charlotte sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : 1995)
Running title:
Sun herald
Place of Publication:
Charlotte Harbor, FL
Publisher:
Sun Coast Media Group- Robert E. Lee - Publisher - Jim Gouvellis - Executive Editor
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Charlotte Harbor (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Charlotte County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Charlotte -- Port Charlotte
Coordinates:
26.966141 x -82.068026

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also issued on microfilm from Crest Technologies.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
General Note:
"An edition of The Sun Herald."

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
36852667 ( OCLC )
sn 97027762 ( LCCN )
ocm36852667

Related Items

Related Item:
DeSoto sun herald
Related Item:
Englewood sun herald
Related Item:
North Port sun herald
Preceded by:
Sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : Charlotte ed.)

Downloads

This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text

PAGE 1

LAKE OKEECHOBEE „ In Floridas midterm elections, draining the swamp has suddenly taken on a new and uncomfortable meaning. As waves of green continued to drift on the surface of Lake Okeechobee toward its eastern shores Wednesday, toxic algae congealed around boats at the Pahokee Marina and piled against the Port Mayaca Lock and Dam, increasingly consuming the oxygen in the water „ and the air in statewide campaigns as candidates scramble to cast blame and promise change. This is something that was totally avoidable,Ž said Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jeff Greene, who chartered a red Bell 407 helicopter out of Palm Beach International Airport on Wednesday to view the lake from 400 feet. You should send a picture to the people of Port St. Lucie. Headline: Coming soon to a river near you. Thank you, Governor Scott.Ž Fed by heavy May rains, government inaction and a toxic combination of runoff from ranches, septic tanks and sugar farms, the green sludge „ with a consistency often compared to guacamole „ is becoming powerful ammunition in Floridas political food “ght. It is threatening to kill “sh, foul beaches and spoil tourist-driven economies for yet another summer, offering both parties a prop with which to bash their opponents for inaction and claim credit for recent efforts toward a solution. Already, the foul phenomenon has factored heavily in the U.S. Senate race between Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. Gov. Scott accomplished more for Lake Okeechobee and the surrounding communities in just over one year than Bill Nelson did in 30 years, boasted a press release from the Republican governors campaign this week. Scott donned a baseball cap and hopped on a boat Monday for a tour of the Caloosahatchee River, then declared a state of emergency that will allow state regulators to waive various restrictions and regulations to store water south of the lake in an attempt to avoid the damaging discharges from the lake. Nelson, who conducted Floridas politicians use slimy algae to muddy each otherBy DAVID SMILEY and MARY ELLEN KLASTAMPA BAY TIMES ALGAE | 4 MIAMI HERALD PHOTO BY CHARLIE TRAINORAlgae on Lake Okeechobees east shore surrounds boats docked at the Pahokee Marina, July 11. An algae bloom has residents and government ocials concerned, particularly after the 2016 algae bloom that impacted the environment and economies in Central Florida. NELSONSCOTTThe citizens of Florida have made it clear they want us to take care of the environment and they dont want us to pollute estuaries and rivers with poisonous guacamole.„ Joe Negron, state Senate President  The The  mole. mole INSIDEConvoy leaves Punta Gorda to rally today € See page 4Mochi has the longest tongue of any dog in the world. Its of“cial „ Guinness World Records of“cial. Shes also a rescue dog, and her owner, Carla Rickert, believes her story can help other animals “nd permanent homes. Next week, animal lovers can meet Mochi and support the efforts of the Animal Welfare League. Copper“sh Books in Punta Gorda is hosting a meet-andgreet event with Mochi from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday. The dog is really friendly and just loves when people pet her and give her attention,Ž said store co-owner Cathy Graham. If families come, children will especially love it, but I wont discourage anyone who just likes dogs.Ž Two Mochi-related books will be on sale during the event: The Guinness World Records: Amazing Animals,Ž which features Mochi and her 7.3-inch tongue on the cover; and an illustrated childrens book written by Rickert called The Adventures of Mochi the Dog: Finding a Forever Home.Ž A portion of the proceeds from sales of the books will go to support the AWL. Graham said the idea came about because Mochi was rescued before she became famous. Visitors will also have the chance to donate directly to the AWL during the event. Anyone who wants to meet Mochi for a picture or just to see her and her record-holding feature in action is encouraged to attend. The event will be in-andout so people can stay as long as they like. Its not a seated event like we usually have,Ž said Graham, since shes a pretty big dog aside from the long tongue.ŽSuns out, tongues out at fundraiserBy RORY LANESUN INTERNRecord-setting dog raises awareness about pet adoption PHOTO PROVIDEDCoppersh Books in Punta Gorda is hosting a meet-and-greet event with Mochi, the record holder for worlds longest dog tongue, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday.Almost fourteen years after Hurricane Charley, Charlotte County is disputing $1.2 million in disaster funds withheld by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA believes that Charlotte County was already paid this money by its insurance carrier, according to its appeal analysis in June. At their July 10 meeting, county commissioners voted to “le a second appeal, allowing up to $15,000 in legal fees. The “rst appeal cost $11,181, said county attorney Janette Knowlton. All the disaster money has already been spent to repair the storm-damaged facilities, Knowlton said. That includes buildings, infrastructure and other county-owned property. From FEMA, the county has already received $46.4 million for Charley damage, including $9 million for the airport. From private insurance carriers, the county received $37.4 million, FEMA stated. FEMA analysts have been combing through the details of the county damage and insurance over the years, assessing which were covered by private insurance. Last year, FEMA rejected another $5.4 million requested by the county, stating that the expenses were already paid by insurance coverage. The county is appealing $1.2 million of that. After conference calls between FEMA and county of“cials, along with pages of analysis, FEMA denied the countys “rst appeal. The denial came in June 14. FEMA gave the county 60 days from June 14 to “le its second appeal.Email: ecalvert@sun-herald.comCharlotte fights for Hurricane Charley fundsBy ELIZABETH CALVERT STAFF WRITERENGLEWOOD „ Beach Guy Mark Timchula posted a video on Facebook Friday morning showing a change in the water color at Englewood Beach. It was brownish, not clear or bluish-green as it has been for the last week or so. Thats not a good sign for someone who watches out for red tide on a nearly hourly basis „ and whose beach rental business depends on people coming out to enjoy the sun and surf. But it could be worse. Its beautiful out temperature-wise, weather-wise, however the water is a little bit brown today,Ž he said in the video. Theres no smell at all, its great. Maybe you could go out and get your feet wet, but thats all Im gonna say.Ž The conclusion: Red tide is still lurking around area waters, but it isnt as bad as it was in late June or the “rst day of July. The Florida Wildlife Commission, which sent out its twice-weekly report Friday afternoon, said the patchy bloomŽ of red tide algae that has been plaguing the waters around Manasota Key and Boca Grande for the past few weeks showed up in very low to high concentrations in “ve samples collected from offshore of Charlotte County.Ž In the 17 samples collected in Sarasota County, there were Red tide lurks in area watersBy ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHCOMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR RED TIDE REPORT€ For the latest red tide status, call 866-300-9399 or visit myfwc.com/ research/redtide. € Marine Laboratory assists the state with tracking red tide at visitbeaches.org. Also, likeŽ FLHABS.Mote on Facebook for updated information. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission encourages the public to report red tide conditions or any fish kills to its hotline at 800-636-0511. The public can call 866-300-9399 to hear recorded reports of red tide throughout the state. More information about red tide can be found at myfwc.com/research/redtide or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FLHABS.WATERS | 4 Pulitzer Prize winner2 0 1 6 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 126 | NO. 195AMERICAS BEST COMMUNITY DAILY 60 percent chance of rainHigh 92 Low 75$1.50 www.yoursun.comTodays weather:www.yoursun.comFIND US ONLINE CHARLIE SAYS ...I dont like poison in my guacamole. 705252000258Daily Edition $1.50 Saturday, July 14, 2018 MOSCOW NOW ACCUSED OF US ELECTION MEDDLING, IN INDICTMENTTwelve Russian military intelligence ocers hacked into the Clinton presidential campaign and Democratic Party in a sweeping co nspiracy by the Kremlin to meddle in the 2016 U.S. election, according to a grand jury indictment announced days before President Donald Trumps summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. See The News Wire INSIDETHE SUN: Crosswords ............10 Police Beat ............10 State .....................12 Viewpoint ............8-9OUR TOWN: Calendar ................11 Classifieds ........18-22 Local Sports .......... 12 Obituaries ................6NEWS WIRE: Comics/Puzzles .........5-7 Nation ......................3 Stocks ......................4 Weather ...................2World .....................2SPORTS: Lotto .......................2CALL US AT941-206-1000CHARLOTTE SUN

PAGE 2

Page 2 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 The SUN (USPS 743170) is published daily at Sun Coast Media Group, Inc., 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980-2100. Periodicals postage paid at Punta Gorda, FL. Postmaster: Please send address changes to the SUN, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, Florida 33980-2100.Publisher .................................................Glen Nickerson ..............941-205-6400 Executive Editor ......................................Jim Gouvellis .................941-206-1134 Circulation Director .................................Mark Yero ......................941-206-1300 Arcadian Editor .......................................Craig Garrett .................863-494-3925 Arcadian Publisher ..................................Joe Gallimore ................863-494-7049 Charlotte Sun Editor ................................Garry Overbey ...............941-206-1143 North Port Sun General Manager ............Mike Ruiz ......................941-564-3284 North Port Sun Editor ..............................Scott Lawson ................941-429-3002 Englewood Sun Publisher .......................Carol Y. Moore ...............941-681-3031 Englewood Sun Editor ...............................Chris Porter ...................941-681-3022 Editorial Page Editor ..................................Steve Baumann .............941-681-3003 SUN NEWSPAPERSMember of Alliance for Audited Media For vacation holds, please call Customer Service at 941-206-1300. SUBSCRIPTIONS Home Delivery Rates: Newspaper designated market: City ZoneCarrier home delivered 7 days. Rates as follows plus 7% Florida Sales Tax: Monthly Bank/ Credit Card .........................$40.50 3 Months ..........................$121.50 6 Months ..........................$243.00 1 Year ...............................$485.99Does not include Waterline and TV Times. Effective May 18, you can add the TV Times or Waterline for an additional monthly charge of $1.00 each. Above rates do not include sales tax.Subscribers residing in outlying areas may incur additional delivery charge. Mail subscription rates: Rates as follows (advance payment required): 7 Days 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year $154.07 $276.35 $492.11 Sunday Only 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year $71.89 $144.61 $243.54Above rates do not include sales tax.Single Copy rates Daily $1.50 Sunday $3.00 Unclaimed account balances under $10, inactive for 15 months, will be used to purchase newspapers for classroom use. Sun Newspapers CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICY Delivery should be expected prior to 6:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday. Redelivery hours: 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Customer Service hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday Friday; Saturday 7a.m. to 9:30 a.m.; and Sunday 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Call Customer Service for our current specials. To subscribe or to report any problems with your service, please call or visit your local office. Charlotte: 941-206-1300 23170 Harborview Road, Port Charlotte Englewood: 941-681-3000 120 W. Dearborn St., Englewood North Port: 941-429-3000 13487 Tamiami Trail, North Port DeSoto: 863-494-0300 or toll-free at 877-818-6204 108 S. Polk Avenue, Arcadia LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSWhen Brian LaRussa went out to his lanai to check the boneless beef ribs on the grill, he noticed they werent cooking. He checked that the knobs were properly positioned. He checked the valve on the gas tank. He bent down to check for kinks in the hose. As he was opening the door to check the hose, there was suddenly a flash „ and a fireball knocked him off his feet. Ive broken a lot of bones, Ive been cut, Ive had stitches „ getting burnt and seeing it happen is an entirely different experience, especially when you watch that fireball and its right here,Ž he said, with his hands a few inches from his face. The blow pushed him backward, landing on his right wrist, shattering it. The grill continued to burn, while his wife called 911. The fire department came, and they realized they werent going to be able to put the fire out, so they were somehow able to push it into my pool,Ž he said. Im told a big fireball erupted out of the pool and burnt a hole on the top of my pool cage, in addition to causing damage to the pool itself.Ž The incident happened in August 2016, just a little more than a month after LaRussa retired from the Charlotte County Sheriffs Office, where he worked for eight years. Prior to that, he was an officer with the New York Police Department, serving as a first responder during the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center. I was injured many times as a police officer and never this bad,Ž he said. I never thought a barbecue was the one that would almost kill me.Ž LaRussa suffered firstand seconddegree burns on his face from the explosion, which took two to three months to heal. The day after, he went into surgery for his wrist, getting a plate and nine screws put in. He still hasnt recovered from that injury, he said. He lost more than 50 percent his normal range of motion. His wrist throbs constantly, and he suffers carpal tunnel, occasional numbness, and twitching. Next week, he goes into surgery again to get the screws and plate removed. The doctor says that he cant guarantee me that Im going to get any range of motion back or that its going to relieve any of the pain,Ž he said. But he can tell me that while the plate is in there and the screws are in there, its not going to get any better than the way it is.Ž The screws also have a chance of rupturing the tendon that controls his thumb, which would require another major surgery to repair and six to 12 months recovery. LaRussa is currently in litigation with all parties that may be held liable. The lawsuit, filed by his attorney Kenneth Hancock, of Lake Suzy, lays responsibility on Nexgrill Industries LLC, the grills manufacturer; Cavagna North America Inc., the manufacturer of the propane tank valve; Manchester Tank & Equipment Company, the manufacturer of the propane tank itself; Sams Club, who sold the grill to LaRussa; and Ace Hardware, who filled the tank at its Cape Haze location. When it comes to lawsuits, you pretty much have to sue everybody you can think of, anybody who touched it,Ž Hancock said. If you dont, then the other side decides that, well, Sams sold the grill to Mr. LaRussa, and theyre not named in the complaint, so they try to get it dismissed.Ž For two years, LaRussa and Hancock have attempted to resolve the issue without a lawsuit but the other parties have not taken responsibility, Hancock said. Only one of the companies responded to a request for comment. Rick Quinlivan, attorney for Manchester, said the company has little information so far but has been in contact to schedule an inspection. I guess the first thing I would tell you is I dont believe it was a grill explosion,Ž he said. Generally its a leak of some sort that ignites and you get a flash fire. In this case, we have not had the opportunity to inspect the equipment. We have very little information as to what happened and cannot comment on how it happened.Ž The lawsuit requests damages in excess of $15,000, though the actual amount could vary. LaRussa said the worst part for him is the effect the injury had on his ability to do normal things, like chores around the house, golf, bowling, and fishing. Im right-hand dominant, so anything I would use my right hand for,Ž he said. When I go to pick up something heavy, I have to think twice.ŽEmail: aeasker@sun-herald.com Former cop recovering from grill accident By ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITER IMAGE PROVIDEDThe X-ray shows the plate and nine screws put in Brian LaRussas wrist after it was shattered during the explosion.A local clinic received a grant to help detect cancer in underinsured men and women. The Virginia B. Andes Volunteer Community Clinic received a grant for $54,000 from Project Detect, which will provide 200-300 mammograms and specialty services to detect lung, prostate, colon and other cancers at no cost to the patient. Our mission is to provide early detection screenings for uninsured and underinsured women and men who are at risk of cancer in the Greater Charlotte County, Florida, area,Ž Project Detect states on its website. VBA is a free medical clinic and pharmacy, providing voluntary medical, pharmacy and wellness services to residents in Charlotte County at no cost. It is just an amazing place,Ž said Noreen Chervinski, the director of operations and volunteers at VBA. We really do save peoples lives every day.Ž Project Detect originally fundraised for only breast cancer procedures and mammograms. We realized we were cutting out a large piece of the population who needed other screenings,Ž said Linda Thurston, the CEO of Project Detect, not just mammograms.Ž The nonpro“t has consistently been a support,Ž said Suzanne Roberts, CEO of VBA. One patient who has directly bene“ted from these services over the years is Ron Flutow, 54. Worried about a lump under his breast, Flutow went to VBA for an ultrasound, mammogram and biopsy. Each test came back positive. Flutow received his diagnosis for stage two breast cancer in March 2017. (VBA) really did go beyond to help me out,Ž Flutow said. There was nothing else I could do realistically.Ž Finances low, uninsured and grieving the recent death of his father, who died of pancreatic cancer two days after Flutows diagnosis, Flutow was referred by VBA to the Mof“tt Cancer Center. Once (we) identify breast cancer, its imperative we get (the patient) connected to Mof“tt,Ž Chervinski said. There, Flutow received a mastectomy and had two lymph nodes removed. I couldve died,Ž Flutow said. If i hadnt taken care of it, I wouldve been killed.Ž The Project Detect Grant funds mammograms and other cancer screenings, which are performed at Fawcett Memorial Hospital and Bayfront Health Port Charlotte. These services are at no cost to the patient. In 2017, VBA provided more than 200 screenings funded by Project Detect and referred 20 patients to the Mof“tt Cancer Center. (VBA) really (does) help the community in a lot of ways,Ž said Flutow, who is currently taking an estrogen modulator to combat his breast cancer. He has created a GoFundMe called Family Cancer ReliefŽ to support his treatment. Project Detect has donated more than $202,500 to VBA over the past “ve years. Project Detect also works with the Englewood Community Clinic. Project Detect is a nonpro“t that was initiated by the Riverwood Ladies Golf Association (RLGA). Project Detect has raised more than $342,000 since 2005, with all the proceeds going toward mammograms and diagnostics for men and women. Previously in conjunction with the Susan B. Komen organization, Project Detect formed its own nonpro“t in 2011 to make sure their funds directly impacted Charlotte County. VBA also received $50,000 in May from Direct Relief and the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) to support staff lost wages and a generator to keep the clinic running during future power outages. VBA is located on the intersection of Olean and Harbor boulevards. The clinic is open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday. Email: lhardaway@sun-herald.comClinic receives grant for free cancer detectionBy LIZ HARDAWAYSTAFF WRITER Placida PEARLSUSHi BARSPECiALiTY ROLLS941-474-8730 2643 PLACIDA RD, ENGLEWOOD, FL 34224CLASSiC ROLLS adno=54538943 FREE Domestic DRAFT BEER with any roll purchase with this coupon!Englewoods Only Sushi Bar!OPEN 7 DAYS a week 3 pm until closing! adno=54537459

PAGE 3

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 3 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS adno=718499

PAGE 4

Page 4 C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 FROM PAGE ONEhis own tour of the southwest Florida region last week, and other Democrats “red back. They labeled Scott an election year environmentalistŽ who slashed funding for regulatory agencies tasked with cleaning the water, and famously banned phrases like climate changeŽ from the state Department of Environmental Protection. Why all the political “nger-pointing? Its because the Everglades is real important in Florida politics, said Manley Fuller, president of the Florida Wildlife Federation. I dont think any statewide politician in Florida can afford not to be a big supporter of restoring the Everglades.Ž Whats harder to say is who will bear more of the blame: Scott or Nelson. There arent a lot of heroes in the Lake Okeechobee situation,Ž said Rick Wilson, a Republican political strategist in Florida. Its a really nightmarish problem that isnt going to go away.ŽFits and startsFor more than a generation, half a dozen state and federal administrations from both parties have struggled to piece together a solution to clean and re-route the phosphorus-laden lake water and revive the wilted south end of the Everglades, struggling to survive largely on rainfall. For more than two decades it has been an exercise of “ts and starts, but this year, as algae returned for a third summer in “ve years, the slow-moving federal government seemed to be responding with unprecedented speed. Last week the federal government said it would approve the use of $514 million in hurricane relief funds to strengthen the dike around the lake and accelerate its repair. On Monday, responding to political pressure from Floridas elected of“cials, the Army Corps said it would temporarily delay plans to release billions of gallons of water „ and algae „ into the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers, as needed each year to alleviate pressure on a leakprone levee surrounding Lake Okeechobee. On Tuesday, the White House announced it had sent a funding package to the Senate that will allow the federal government to fund its share of the project, as one of a series of water projects to be authorized by Congress. And on Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers approved the $1.4 billion reservoir project funded by the state and federal government to store water south of Lake Okeechobee in future rain-soaked years, and avoid the need to release polluted water into the waterways along the east and west coasts. A combination of these kind of things are going to help so that the Army Corps of Engineers doesnt have to release that nutrient-rich water which causes the algae blooms, Nelson said in a speech on the ”oor of the U.S. Senate Wednesday. Both Nelson and Scott took credit for the Army Corps reaction and the potential funding, proposed as part of a broad state and federal project intended to restore the natural ”ows to the states famed River of Grass. They have also accused the other of doing too little. On Tuesday, Scotts campaign dredged up a quote from when Nelson was state treasurer and insurance commissioner and promised to save Lake Okeechobee and make polluters pay for the cleanup.Ž Scotts campaign asked: What does Nelson have to show for this pledge? A federally operated dike that has yet to be repaired and another summer of algal blooms affecting families and job creators around Lake Okeechobee.Ž But environmentalists blame Scott for siding with polluters and loosening Floridas water regulations. They point to legislation he signed in 2012 that repealed a state law mandating that septic tanks receive regular inspections to ensure theyre not allowing untreated waste to seep into water bodies, like Lake Okeechobee, and they note that he reversed an effort to buy up sugar land to set it aside for Everglades restoration. Nelson, however, cant point to many victories hes had at the federal level. Since his election to the Senate in 2000, Nelson has grappled with the twin forces of slow-moving federal support and fading enthusiasm from the Florida Legislature. A bipartisan agreement struck between the state and federal governments just before the 2000 election promised to rescue the ailing Florida Everglades. But it soon faltered as the federal government delayed authorizing water infrastructure projects, and the Florida Legislature, under pressure from the sugar industry, postponed enforcement of strict pollution limits in the Everglades in 2003 until 2016. When that deadline came, the Legislature delayed it again another 20 years. During that time, Nelson has gone from being a member of the minority to the majority and back to the minority again, but his requests to Congress have been the same: fund, approve and accelerate the Everglades restoration projects. Last year, for the fourth time, Nelson introduced legislation that would automatically authorize the Army Corps of Engineers to move forward on any Everglades-restoration project that is ready to begin, without waiting for congressional approval. It didnt pass. In 2011, Nelson publicly commended Scott after the new governor proposed a state budget that restored some of the states share of funding for restoration projects. Nelson also credited the bipartisan effort of the Florida congressional delegation, whose members have worked together to get spending bills passed to fund smaller segments of the project. But Nelson is among many Democrats who have relied on sugar-industry contributions for support and has been reluctant to embrace proposals vigorously opposed by the sugar industry.Reservoir inevitableAfter the 2016 toxic algae outbreak that fouled both coasts, state Senate President Joe Negron called for the construction of a deep-water storage reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee to avoid toxic discharges into the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers. Sugar growers control about half of the 700,000-acre Everglades Agricultural Area and they have bitterly opposed selling large tracts of land, or ending their leases with the state, to make room for the reservoir. Nelson said Negrons reservoir idea had meritŽ but didnt want it viewed in isolationŽ from other restoration projects. For his part, Scott has also aligned himself closely with the agenda of the sugar industry, a long-time campaign donor, a power broker in Tallahassee and a key employer for some of the states poorest agricultural communities. Four months into of“ce, Scott petitioned the federal Environmental Protection Agency to rescind its Clean Water Act rule relating to excess nutrients in Florida waterways. He then slashed funding and regulations at the states water management districts and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, prompting hundreds of layoffs and a 65 percent reduction in DEP enforcement cases in the “rst two years. St. Lucie County Commissioner Chris Dzadovsky said last week there is a direct correlation between Scotts push to cut millions in property taxes that “nance water management districts and a lack of state oversight that has resulted in an increase in phosphorus and other contaminants in our waterways.Ž He hobbled the agencys ability to do enforcement and continue its regulatory work,Ž said Aliki Moncrief, of the Florida League of Conservation Voters Action Fund. The state of emergency Scott announced this week was the second one he has ordered for the same problem. In 2016, toxic algae prompted Scott to declare a 100-day state of emergency along Floridas Treasure Coast and led state Senate President Negron to call for the construction of the deep-water storage reservoir south of the lake. Instead of shepherding the reservoir approach, however, Scott has focused on fast-tracking repairs to the leaking and aged Herbert Hoover Dike, which if it fails could devastate communities throughout the region. Scott has made repeated calls on Congress and the president to fund the dike repairs by 2022, instead of 2025. Nelson and Floridas congressional delegation have also urged the federal government to fund the dike repairs but, in contrast to Scott, his press releases also credit Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio for seeking the additional funding to speed up work on the dike. After the White House announced it would support the reservoir project Tuesday, Rubio credited Negron for spearheading the initiative, saying that coupled with existing efforts, (it) will greatly reduce the harmful Lake Okeechobee discharges once again threatening our coastal communities.Ž Rubio didnt mention Scott. Negron, who was vili“ed by the sugar industry and its lobbyists for calling for a larger, 60,000-acre reservoir, said he believes the credit goes to the people of the coastal communities who, after 18 years of talk about a southern reservoir demanded action. The citizens of Florida have made it clear they want us to take care of the environment and they dont want us to pollute estuaries and rivers with poisonous guacamole, Negron said. The construction of the southern reservoir is now inevitable.Ž Nelson and environmentalists have also criticized Scott and the state Legislature for failing to use money approved by voters in 2014 for land acquisition purchases and conservation, including Everglades restoration. For three years, lawmakers diverted dollars intended for the Land Acquisition Trust Fund to “nance other budget needs, such as agency operations and employee salaries. Nelson has declined to join Democrats from other states and support legislation backed by environmentalists called the Sugar Policy Modernization Act. The proposal would impose some market forces on the sugar industry by making import quotas more ”exible and protecting taxpayers from government-funded buyouts of surplus sugar. Environmentalists say the arti“cial supports provided to the sugar industry in the 2018 Farm Bill encourage mass production of sugarcane in the Everglades Agricultural Area.ALGAEFROM PAGE 1 MIAMI HERALD PHOTO BY CHARLIE TRAINORAlgae piles up against the shore of the St. Lucie Canal, which connects with Lake Okeechobees east shore, July 11. An algae bloom has residents and government ocials concerned, particularly after the 2016 algae bloom that impacted the environment and economies in Central Florida. background to medium concentrations.Ž Respiratory irritation was reported on Manasota Key off Englewood during the past week, according to FWC, and “sh kills were reported as far north as Manatee County and as far south as Collier County, and including Manasota Key and Boca Grande. For longtime local Martin Shawn, just breathing in caused an allergic reaction. (Im) not talking about the mere generic choking gases/airborne respiratory reactions that affect many,Ž he said. There are more severe physical effects that myself and perhaps a silent minority has experienced. I am talking about complete and severe rash on chest and torso, face.Ž Shawn recently went to Englewood Beach at 8:30 a.m. While walking to the parking meter, a woman told him to leave because there were dead “sh and it was really bad on the beach. I walked to the restroom, returned and left,Ž he said. Two days later, my chest broke out. I felt that this is it. This time, Ill die from an allergic reaction. Unfortunately, no medications work. My doctor cant “gure out why. So, the bottom line is red tide has toxic effects, airborne toxins, which can be much more beyond dead “sh and coughing tourists.Ž Shawn encourages anyone susceptible to rashes or airborne respiratory conditions to check the Beach Conditions Reporting System, www.visitbeaches.org or download the smartphone app which gives daily reports on Karenia brevis blooms. FWC is increasing red tide awareness efforts by asking anyone who spots dead “sh in the water or on the beach, or suffers respiratory irritation due to red tide, to report it at: 800-636-0511.Email: eallen@sun-herald.comWATERSFROM PAGE 1 Floridians fed up with what has been described as a dismal conditionŽ of public waterways will ride to rally in Clewiston today. Hundreds are expected to gather for the Save Our Fisheries convoy at 8 a.m. at Laishley Park, 120 Laishley Court, in Punta Gorda, according to the event listing on Facebook. The ride is sponsored by Josh Greer, owner of the West Wall Out“tters in Port Charlotte. Locals on the 80-mile road trip support anglers, water-related business owners and all Floridians who are fed upŽ and want mismanaged statewide waterways cleaned and maintained. The journey ends at a boat ramp, 709 Hoover Dike Road, at the base of Lake Okeechobee. The actual rally begins at 10 a.m. at the public boat ramp in Clewiston. Organizers say they are concerned the toxic bluegreen algae blooms now stretch from Fort Myers to Lake Okeechobee to Stuart. Its killing seagrasses, “shing opportunities are suffering, and people are getting sick from the toxins. Organizers are also angry that red tide persists in the Gulf of Mexico. While the event is deemed non-political, organizers encourage anyone to bring signs that say Enough is Enough,Ž according to a Facebook post about the Save Our Fisheries event. The event is open to anyone who is tired of big industries destroying Floridas marine life,Ž according to the Facebook post. Load your families in the van, hop on your motorcycles, and lets hit the highway for one day to send our powerful message that enough is enough!Ž Greer said the problem has been occurring for decades and now its time to take a stand, especially for those who represent the restaurant, boating, hotel and other tourist-related industries. For information, visit Save Our Fisheries Convoy on Facebook: https:// www.facebook.com/ SaveOurFloridaFisheries/.Save Our Fisheries convoy leaves Punta Gorda to rallySTAFF REPORT AP PHOTO BY LYNNE SLADKYAn algae bloom covers the surface of the Caloosahatchee River at the W.P. Franklin Lock and Dam, Thursday, July 12, in Alva near Fort Myers. Water releases from Lake Okeechobee toward both Florida coasts were to resume Friday.

PAGE 5

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS Outdoor Furniture Quality Furniture & Interior Design € Sale Prices At These Store Locations Only € All Sales Final € No Returns € No Hold Orders € Limited Quantities€ All Items Are Subject To Prior Sale € Cash, Check or Credit Cards€ Excludes Previous Sales Immediate Delivery Or Bring Your Car, Truck, SUV, Or Trailer And Carry Off Your Purchases If You Choose. Well Help You Load.PORT CHARLOTTE 4200 Tamiami Trail (North of Kings Hwy.) Phone: 941-624-3377FORT MYERS 4580 Cleveland Ave. (At SW Corner of Colonial Blvd.) Phone: 239-278-4401Saturday 10AM to 8 PM, Sunday 12 Noon to 6 PM, Monday 10 AM to 9 PM & Tuesday 10 AM to 9 PM Shop Today 10am-8pm€ Many One-Of-A-Kinds € Discontinued Collections € Floor Samples € Factory Close-Outs € Merchandise Fresh From The Carton From The Warehouse € Prices You Wont Believe Save 40-80% Off Storewide Must Sell Everything From Floor Samples To Warehouse Stock Attention: Bargain Hunters 7 Pc. Dining Room Set $ 497Includes: Rectangular Table & 6 Side Chairs 80% OffSelect Mattress Set Floor Samples $1197100% Genuine Leather Chair + Ottoman Compare Price: $2903From 70% OffTOMMY BAHAMA HOMECARACOLE MODERNStreamline Bedroom & Dining Room 60% Off Power Recliner$247Compare Price $799 BERNHARDT 5 Pc. Leather Sectional$1488Compare Price $8400 Over 80% OffPort CharlotteUP TONATUZZI EDITIONSGenuine Leather Swivel Chair$297Compare Price $899 Over 70% Off $498BROYHILL Sofas$497STANLEY Panavista King Bed Dining Room Chairs & Barstools$18Port CharlotteFrom $88Port Charlotte Furniture$88Port Charlotte BERNHARDT Upholstered Queen Bed$797Compare Price $2699 BROYHILL Ashgrove Dining Table, 4 Side Chairs & 2 Arm Chairs$847Compare Price $2903 70% OffSelect Lamps & Accessories70% Off 70% OffFrom75% OffUP TO FromDining Room TablesPort Charlotte Over 75% OffFrom70% OffTHEODORE ALEXANDER & CENTURYUP TOOccasional Tables$18Port CharlotteFromOver 75% OffPort Charlotte & Ft Myers Port Charlotte & Ft Myers Port Charlotte & Ft Myers Port Charlotte & Ft Myers Port Charlotte & Ft Myersadno=50537842

PAGE 6

Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSThe Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS adno=54539184

PAGE 7

Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters will be edited to length as well as for grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name „ not initials. An address and telephone number must be included. The phone number and address are not for publication, but must be provided. Due to the number of letters received, we are able to run only one letter per person per month. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse, and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. The newspaper takes no responsibility for the content of these letters. Please send or bring correspondence to the Sun Letters to the Editor, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. Readers may email Letters to the Editor at letters@sun-herald.com. Further questions or information, call 941-681-3003. HOW TO SUBMIT A LETTER TO THE EDITOREmail letters to letters@sun-herald.comPublisher „ Glen Nickerson Executive editor „ Jim Gouvellis Editorial page editor „ Stephen Baumann Commentary Editor „ John Hackworth V IEWPOINTRecognize dierences in support dog laws Conservative elites control government Knowing pools cost is priority Soul of nation is at stake Phosphate nightmare in DeSoto County No reservations for these AmericansEditor: This is in response to the writer who questioned the new lawŽ allowing emotional support animals in stores. There is no new law regarding emotional support animals. There are service dogsŽ and there are emotional support animals.Ž The law governing public facilities and services, including stores, was enacted in 1991 as the Americans with Disabilities Act. This law states that service animals are dogs, must be individually trained and must perform a work or service that mitigates one of the daily living activities for a disabled person. A business employee may only ask two questions: (1) Is this a service dog?, and (2) What service does the dog perform for you? An emotional support animal is a different category. Emotional support animals do not have to be specially trained. They serve to provide comfort and emotional support to persons with disabilities. The Fair Housing Amendment of 1988 allows emotional support animals to live in housing where pets are normally not allowed. It also allows animals other than dogs to be emotional support animals. The law does not allow emotional support animals to be in public facilities, including stores and restaurants. As president of the Guide Dog Users of Florida and the South Sarasota County Council of the Blind, I strongly urge businesses in the area to have copies of the laws, train your employees to recognize the difference and implement the law. If customers are in violation, contact the local police regarding enforcing the law.Tom Hanson North PortEditor: Gubernatorial candidate Adam Putnams television ads blame liberal elitesŽ for Floridas problems. Websters Dictionary de“nes Editor: Recently North Port commissioners approved the budget for the new aquatic center. What? The construction contract and ground-breaking has already been approved and we are now approving the operating cost? This should have been done prior to letting the contract. The citizens should have been told the total cost on this project before now. Negotiations and studies have been on going for months. During the meeting, the operating budget was announced. Sticker shock. De“cit $270,000 for “scal year. No problem, just change the numbers. No need for “nancial analysis. Just do this on the ”y. How many households “t the resident pro“le? Has there been a survey to see what percent would use the facility and what would they agree to pay for daily and annual passes? What is the basis for the numbers we are given? We are way beyond this now. You need to know before you go.Ž There were consultants involved? Sloppy job.Charlie Kotsaftis North PortEditor: Leonard Pitts recent editorial column concluded with, I am a liberal. Because I have, literally, no alternative.Ž I can empathize and this year Ill cast my ballot for candidates who will: protect Medicare and Medicaid and help more Americans get good health care; address income inequality and wage stagnation; tackle destructive effects of climate change; restore public education funding; create a government that works for the middle class as hard as it does for the privileged; respect women; restore the sanctity of democracy and Editor: You do not have to live in Desoto County to attend and speak at the County Commission meeting on July 24, where the rezoning of 18,000 agricultural acres to phosphate mining will be open to public input before a vote. It will only take three votes of individual commissioners to decide this issue. There is an informational workshop planned for July 14 starting at noon at Peace River Campground in DeSoto County. Please attend and get information on the impending vote. Outflow during heavy rain event can adversely affect water quality all the way into the Gulf of Mexico. An accidental spill or sinkhole under one of the settling ponds will be an environmental disaster. This issue of strip mining has a huge impact on Southwest Florida. To let it further encroach on this area will be an ongoing environmental nightmare for generations to come. Please help before it is too late.Candace Lawless ArcadiaEditor: One must consider the threat these immigrants are. They may do to our politicians what their ancestors did to the native Americans. Living on reservations isnt very profitable. Just think what might have been had the native Americans not welcomed those ancestors. And finally: To quote Justice William Brennan: Punishing desecration of the flag dilutes the very freedom that makes this emblem so revered.ŽHilda M. Boron North PortThe end of speed traps in FloridaOUR POSITION: A corrupt, small-town institution apparently ends.Bye, bye, Boss Hogg. After two decades, AAA this week officially removed a stain on Florida law enforcement and expunged the states designation as a place where crooked, back-woods injustice ruled the roads. Legalized highway robbery. On Tuesday came the announcement: AAA declared there were no longer any flagrant speed trapsŽ in Florida. In fact, the announcement meant there were no longer any AAA-designated speed traps anywhere in the United States. Florida had the last two from the venerable automobile club, which still rules the road for many (mostly older) American drivers. The first here were designated in 1995. The decision, according to AAA, means the club will no longer warn its members to drive with extreme caution or take alternative routesŽ around the longtime offenders „ the cities of Waldo (where?) and Lawtey in Alachua County. Both were notorious. Deservedly so. Many Southwest Florida drivers travel take the backroad hypotenuse U.S. 301 to get from Interstate 75 to Jacksonville and Interstate 95, which extends up the coast to Maine. Anyone whos driven that stretch may know „ or should have been aware of „ the sneaky, tiny-town traps along the way. In one place „ the city of Hampton (population 477) in Bradford County „ a scandal exposed a speed-trap scam in 2014. Despite having less than 1,300 feet of U.S. 301 within its borders, Hampton raked in more than $200,000 annually in speeding fines. Then came the infamous Waldo, just down U.S. 301, which disbanded its police department later that year after local police officers rose in revolt and refused to meet traffic-ticket quotas. According to the Orlando Sentinel, the city of 1,000 souls had six different speed limits along 2 miles of U.S. 301. The speed limit went from 65 to 55 to 45 to 35 mph, which isnt extremely unusual. But the signage was minimal and income large: Waldos seven officers wrote 12,000 tickets that brought in more than $400,000 in revenues. Ca-ching! The situation was so outrageous AAA at one point posted billboards outside Waldo warning drivers of the nearby Speed TrapŽ 6 miles ahead. And, of course, the AAA TripTik was covered in red-stamp warnings for the U.S. 301 corridor. It certainly helped that the Legislature passed a law forbidding the use of municipal traffic-ticket quotas a few years back. The focused outrage on Waldos police antics helped stem the cash-flow. Following the police departments demise, traffic enforcement in Waldo has been handled by the Alachua Sheriffs Office, presumably on the up and up. AAA said it also worked with highway officials to highlight postings of lower speed limits and warn drivers properly along U.S. 301. Good thing. Now, on your way driving northeast through Florida you can relax a little more. Not too much, of course, but at least you wont be subject to gross highway robbery at the hands of a tiny, but effective police state.Scott, Big Sugar pollute waterEditor: After eight years as governor, Rick Scotts campaign donations rolled in from Big Sugar. Lake Okeechobee now is in a state of emergency declared by Rick Scott himself. Blue-green algae covers at least 90 percent of Lake Okeechobee presently and is headed downstream toward the Gulf. Rick Scott allowed Big Sugar to self-policeŽ their discharges into our Florida waterways in trade for campaign donations. Interesting decision. Now, Rick Scott wants to make these types of decisions in Washington for us all. Enough is enough. Vote. What will he trade off next, our clean air?Thea N. Nelson Englewoodelites as a group regarded as the “nest, best, most distinguished, most powerful.Ž The U.S. group that “ts this description is the top 1 percent of the population, those who earn $500,000 or more yearly. And are these people liberal? Hardly. The term is an oxymoron. For Putnam to label liberal elitesŽ as the instigators of anti-democratic policies in Florida is hypocritical. A Gallup Poll states that, of the wealthiest 1 percent, 57 percent are Republican, compared to 36 percent Democrats. And these conservative elitesŽ now control all three branches of our government. Democrats do, indeed, need to woo back working class voters. But right-wing pundits have coined a dog whistleŽ phrase in order to promote a polarized political climate. Floridians should not be fooled by this tactic. What we need from our politicians today, with the preservation of our democratic values at stake, is respectful dialogue and reasoned policy-making. We need a governor with a proven record of willingness to work on the real issues and to help solve the real problems important to all Floridians. Voters, do your research before you vote in the primaries. Then choose the gubernatorial candidate who will best serve Floridians.Karen J. Fisk Rotonda Westthe rule of law; and put a check on Trumps power grab. I watch in disbelief as the GOP tolerates narcissism, sexism, racism, divisiveness and malice. Only retiring or dying Republicans will call Trump out while the remainder silently chant Melanias motto, I really dont care,Ž as asylum seekers are treated with unspeakable cruelty. The GOP is overjoyed to have a president who lowers taxes for the wealthy and corporations and cuts programs that help the poor and middle class. In less than two years we have witnessed atrocious levels of corruption and the obliteration of a host of democratic norms by a president who coddles enemies, bumbles into a trade war, snubs gun violence and student deaths, and boasts about grabbing womens genitals „ enough! This is the most consequential midterm election of our lifetime. To reclaim government policies that seek to represent all Americans, Democrats must retake control of the U.S. Congress. The soul of our nation is at stake.Teresa Jenkins Punta Gorda

PAGE 8

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 9 VIEWPOINTHere we go again. All you folks that thought the extremely negative impact that the Scrub-Jay Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) has on portions of Charlotte County didnt affect you „ well, get ready. You may not have many scrub-jays in District 2 (Burnt Store Road) but you may have the endangered Florida bonneted bat. So whats the worry, you say? History tells us that what starts out as a minor inconvenience can grow into an intolerable burden. Here are some parallels that you might not see coming or even doubt that it can happen to me.Ž Charlotte County entered into the scrub-jay HCP back in 2013 because property owners were having to do surveysŽ to determine if scrub-jays inhabited their property. The HCP eliminated the individual surveys by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service granting a take permitŽ to the county. The property owner needed only pay a fee and move ahead with construction. The fee was to purchase, and maintain forever, lands for the scrub-jay to occupy and hopefully multiply. Now, USFWS is requiring Charlotte County to do a surveyŽ to determine if the bonneted bat can be found along the Burnt Store Road expansion project. Does anyone remotely think the next step is to have all (private and public) projects undergo a survey for bonneted bats? Property owners in the scrub-jay permit boundary area are required, for example, to pay $76,000 just to start construction on their new home „ not to mention the conservation easement demands. Will there soon be a surveyŽ requirement for those District 2 (potential bonneted bat habitat) parcel owners? Will the county move for a Bat HCP? Will more property owners need to pay inordinate fees just to build their retirement home? Where does it end? A CharlotteCounty spokesman reported, It took a year to find out what USFWS wanted.Ž That should be no surprise. The county has waited almost two and a half years to get a response to a fee schedule change to the Scrub-Jay HCP. That begs a real question: Why has the county been so laid back on demanding responses from USFWS? No business could afford to wait years for a response from our government „ nor should they. No true leader, be it private or public, would just sit and wait. It should not be unreasonable to ask our county leadership to set up meetings with USFWS and ask, Whats going on? Why do you take so long to respond? Why cant we get answers in a reasonable amount of time? Dont you care just a little about the financial and development impacts of your lack of action? Who can I talk to to get something done, now?Ž Come on, Charlotte County administration. Make these USFWS lack of responses a priority concern. So now the county needs to come up with an additional $50,000 for a bat survey. The amount covers only the survey, not what would be required should the bats be found,Ž according to the county spokesman. Guess what, if there are bats, or better yet, if the habitatŽ might/could someday become bat habitat, all construction stops until mitigation steps are taken. Dont be looking for Burnt Store Road widening to continue in the near future. You think this is impossible? Just ask the folks in Prairie Creek Park how these $76,000 fees and conservation easements have all but stopped development in the park. So here we go again. More endangered species surveys, more habitat studies, more habitat conservation plans, more fees, more waiting for responses, and more county administration sitting and waiting, and waiting, and waiting ƒ Rick Kilmer of Punta Gorda is the director of the Prairie Creek Park POA.First it was scrub-jays; now come bonneted bats Guest ColumnRick Kilmer Be prepared for a festival of hypocrisy, evasion and misdirection from supporters of the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Begin with the idea that because Kavanaugh is qualified, welleducated, intelligent and likable, senators should fall in line behind him. Sorry, but Senate Republicans have already demonstrated that none of these characteristics matters. If they did, Judge Merrick Garland would be a Supreme Court justice. In blocking Garland, conservatives made clear that personal qualities have nothing to do with confirmation battles. They are struggles for power. Everything we know about Kavanaugh demonstrates he would cement a right-wing majority on the court on social issues as well as regulatory and economic questions. (Thats why he was picked.) The environment, gun safety and health care are all at stake. So are civil, voting and labor rights. Kavanaugh may be as lovely a human being as Garland is, but he would behave very differently as a justice. Thats the point. Progressives are told they should get over the shameful treatment of Garland. What an astonishing exercise in hypocrisy from conservatives who have been reliving the defeat of Robert Borks nomination to the Supreme Court for 31 years. And unlike Garland, Bork got a hearing and a vote. Kavanaugh will try to duck questions on Roe v. Wade, new challenges to the Affordable Care Act and President Trumps efforts to escape the investigation of Russian influence on our election. His defenders will pretend that his ideology is not a legitimate matter for senatorial examination. But these same people made conservative ideology central to their case to Trump on Kavanaughs behalf. As Ashley Parker and Robert Costa reported in The Washington Post, Former clerks fended off criticism that his record on abortion was squishy and that his rulings were too deferential to government agencies.Ž Kavanaughs champions cant have it both ways „ and neither can Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, or Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, who are supporters of abortion rights. Kavanaugh cant simultaneously be un-squishy on abortion for Trump and squishy enough for Collins and Murkowski. Dont count on the good judge to help us unravel these mysteries. Kavanaugh kicked off his confirmation campaign with a statement that lacked all credibility. No president,Ž he said, has ever consulted more widely, or talked with more people from more backgrounds, to seek input about a Supreme Court nomination.Ž Good grief! Trumps list of potential appointees was formulated in consultation with rightwing groups. Period. Civil rights groups, womens organizations, labor unions and countless other sectors of our society had no part in this. Remember Kavanaughs wholly unnecessary whopper when he addresses other subjects. And given that the president who named him is facing legal scrutiny, the would-be justices sweeping views about presidential immunity are highly relevant to whether he should be put in a position to adjudicate Trumps future. Kavanaugh cant be let off the hook just because his now widely read 2009 Minnesota Law Review article suggested that presidents should be protected by congressional action, not the courts. Nowhere does he say explicitly that the courts couldnt act. His only statement on the matter is that the Supreme Courts decision in Clinton v. Jones requiring former President Bill Clinton to testify in a civil lawsuit may well have been entirely correct.Ž Hmm. That may well have been is one heck of a verbal loophole. His passion is plainly on the side of presidential power. Imagine Trumps grin in response to these words from Kavanaugh: The indictment and trial of a sitting president, moreover, would cripple the federal government, rendering it unable to function with credibility in either the international or domestic arenas. Such an outcome would ill serve the public interest, especially in times of financial or national security crisis. Even the lesser burdens of a criminal investigation „ including preparing for questioning by criminal investigators „ are time-consuming and distracting.Ž Rudy Giuliani couldnt have said it better, meaning that senators have every reason to demand that Kavanaugh promise (under oath) to recuse himself on any case involving the Trump inquiry. As for Republican efforts to rush Kavanaugh through, the judge wrote in that law review article that the Senate should consider a rule ensuring that every judicial nominee receives a vote by the Senate within 180 days of being nominated by the president.Ž Its interesting that going the full 180 days would take us well past Novembers election. And according to the Kavanaugh Doctrine, Garland ought to have been given a vote. Senators should ask him about that, too. E.J. Dionnes email address is ejdionne@ washpost.com. Republican hypocrites line up to support Kavanaugh E.J. Dionne DAN'S FAN CITY QUALITY FANS, EXPERT ADVICE FOR OVER 38 YEARS!PARTS, SERVICE & INSTALLATION AVAILABLE LIC#EC13004528 dansfancity.com OVER 290 STYLES AND FINISHES OVER 35 STYLES & FINISHES OF ARBOR BLADES CHOOSE YOUR BLADES OVER 175 STYLES & FINISHES CHOOSE YOUR MOTOR OVER 1150 STYLES AND FINISHES CHOOSE YOUR LIGHTING BRING IN THIS AD FOR FANTASTIC DEALS VENICE1965C S. Tamiami497-3267 PT. CHARLOTTE2586 N. Tamiami627-6933SARASOTA6728 U.S. 41924-9611adno=50538072 Florida Notary Public Certi“ ed Notary Signing AgentNSA-battle@comcast.net Henry Battlewww.notaryrotary.com www.signingagent.com PO Box 380056 Murdock, FL 33938adno=720764Mobile Notary Englewood Car Wash & Detail CenterDedicated Customer Service 287 South Indiana Ave.Treat your Car to a day at the SpaOPEN 7 DAYS A WEEKMon-Sat 8:30am-4:30pm, Sun 9am-3pm We honor all competitor coupons.(941) 681-2167 $5.00 OFFCrown Jewel Wash(Only 1 coupon per Vehicle) Exp. 7/16/18 (Must present Coupon before service) $2.00 OFFThe Royal Treatment WashExp. 7/16/18 (Must present Coupon before service) 2018 adno=54538744 adno=720767Supplies € Repairs € Pool ServiceBuy 2 Chlorine Get One FREE Must have jug or pay deposit. 1511 Sumter Blvd North Port FL, 34287(941) 423-60031201 W Price Blvd North Port, FL 34288(941) 564-8069 OPEN 7 DAYS MON. FRI. 9-6 SAT. 9-5 € SUN. 10-2 adno=54538905 Eclectic WhimsyCarolyn 815-871-4789 Kelly 781-361-2151eclecticwhimsy69@yahoo.com2801 Placida Road Englewood, FL 34224Check us out on Facebook adno=54538733 2006-2017 DEBIT CARD 941-474-8626850 N. Indiana, Hwy. 776MON-SAT 7:30am-5pm CLOSED SUNDAYSR # 47220933www.OakFarmsNursery.com adno=54535321 20% OFFAll Plants 3 Gal. & UpOne Coupon Per TransactionMUST PRESENT COUPON AT TIME OF SALE. EXCLUDING SALE ITEMS, LANDSCAPE PACKAGES, TROPICAL FRUIT, CITRUS, SPECIALTY ITEMS AND BOUGAINVILLEASThank You Englewood For Voting Us #1 Plants! adno=720745 Family Restaurant & PizzeriaAsk About Our Other Daily Specials € Open 7 Days 14512 S. Tamiami Tr., North Port € 941-426-3619Monday-Saturday 7am-2pm Sunday 8am-2pm Serving Breakfast til 1pm Lunch 11am-2pmALVAROS SPECIAL 2 eggs with bacon or ham or sausage, home fries or grits, toast and coffee $5.25 BREAKFAST COMBO 2 eggs with bacon or ham or sausage and 2 pancakes $5.70 SUNDAY All you can eat Breakfast Buffet (regular menu available) $7.95 MONDAY Small 1 topping Pizza with Antipasti or Greek Salad for 2 (11am-2pm) $9.95 FRIDAY Fish n chips, soup or salad and bread $8.95 DAILY SPAGHETTI SPECIAL Spaghetti with meat balls or meat sauce or mushrooms or marinara or sausage soup or salad and garlic bread $5.55 adno=54537451

PAGE 9

Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 Look for a third crossword in The News Wire section. To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com 3000 NOTICES 3112 FICTITIOUS NAME 07/14/2018 3138 OTHER NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE Charlotte Harbor Community Redevelopment Agency; Murdock Village Community Redevelopment Agency; And Parkside Community Redevelopment Agency The following three redevelopment agencies: Charlotte Harbor; Mur dock Village; and Parkside, pursuant to Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, have filed with the Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners a report of its activities for Fiscal Year 2016-2017. Annual Financial Reports and Au dits for these Agencies are in cluded in the Charlotte Count y annual report. These CRA annual reports for Fis cal Year 2016-2017 are available for review by the general public during regular business hours in the office of the Clerk of the Courts at 18500 Murdock Circle and at the Economic Developmen t Office, 18501 Murdock Circle, Suite 302, Port Charlotte, Florida 3 3948. The reports are also available by visiting www.charlottecountyfl.gov BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA Published: July 14, 2018 Reference No.: CRA FY16-17 Publish: 07/14/2018 163352 3595502 Turn Your Trash Into Cash! Advertise any Item Under $500. for FREE by Going to: www.sun-classieds. com *Limit 5 Ads Per Week Excluding Pets & Firearms T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSA Port Charlotte man picking up a package containing more than 1,000 grams of marijuana told cops he thought it was OK because he had a medical marijuana card out of California. A Charlotte County Sheriffs K-9 deputy responded to a U.S. Postal Service facility to inspect a suspicious parcel Thursday afternoon. K-9 Ladybird, who is trained to detect the odors of marijuana, heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and MDMA, reacted to the package and attempted to bite the box, an arrest af“davit stated. Evert Luke, 22, of the 2400 block of Wimpole St., had been calling the post of“ce about the parcel, and post of“ce staff called him to say the package was secured at the facility after the deputy obtained a search warrant. Luke picked up the package around 3:30 p.m. and put it in the trunk of his black Camaro. Members of the Narcotic Unit then made contact with Luke and read him his Miranda warnings. When asked what was inside the package, he stated it was BudŽ marijuana and said the label on the box, which gave a Michigan address, was a return address, not where the marijuana was shipped from. Luke allegedly stated his friend in California shipped him the marijuana and he paid several thousand dollars for it. He showed the deputy how he had tracked the parcel on his cellphone, before refusing to provide the password. He stated he did not want to incriminate himself because he didnt know if he had done anything wrong, according to the af“davit. Medical marijuana cards are not transferable between states, and medical marijuana in Florida must be purchased through a licensed medical marijuana treatment center. The marijuana tested positive for the presence of THC and was sent to FDLE for analysis. Deputies also found $2,100 which was placed into evidence. According to CCSO Public Information Of“cer Katie Heck, deputies believe Luke planned to sell the marijuana because it was 12 different types of marijuana, packaged in 12 separate jars. He was placed under arrest for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia, and using a two-way communication device to facilitate a felony. He was transported to the Charlotte County Jail and was later released after posting a $12,000 bond. The Charlotte County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Brandy Nicole Roth Gibson, 33, 9200 block of Strasse Blvd., Punta Gorda. Charges: two counts off bond/forfeiture/revocations, knowingly driving while license suspended or revoked, fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement officer, and resisting an officer without violence. Bond: $9,000. € Lori Elizabeth St. James, 27, 4300 block of Conway Blvd., Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of harmful new legend drug without a prescription, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $9,000. € Javier Gines Cruz, 53, 200 block of MacArthur Drive, Port Charlotte. Charge: driving while license suspended 3rd or subsequent offense. Bond: $7,000. € Keith Edward McElhone, 55, 22200 block of Midway Blvd., Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of probation. Bond: none. € Robert Henry Stasalovich, 60, 4200 block of Spire St., Port Charlotte. Charge: DUI. Bond: none (supervised release). € Jesse Alexander Grant, 19, 2000 block of Alliance Ave., North Port. Charges: possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: $15,000. € Robert John St. Croix, 34, of Cape Coral. Charges: out-of-county warrant and four counts off bond/forfeiture/revocations. Bond: $45,000. € Alfonso Ixcayao-Ramirez, 31, of Bradenton. Charge: operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. Bond: $1,000. € Justin Michael Miller, 21, 19200 block of Edgewater Drive, Port Charlotte. Charges: two counts off bond/forfeiture/revocations, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, and operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. Bond: $5,000. € Scot William Hanlon Jr., 31, 2600 block of Rock Creek Drive, Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Bond: $19,000. € Patrick Edward Merrill, 50, 17800 block of Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte. Charge: resisting an officer without violence. Bond: none (supervised release). € Lisa Christine Darnell, 45, 2000 block of Lakeview Blvd., Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, introduction of contraband into county detention facility, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $12,000. € David Malcolm Fox, 45, 2700 block of Cadiz St., North Port. Charge: out-of-county warrant. Bond: $2,746. € Shawn Earl Tooker, 41, 700 block of Morningside Drive, Englewood. Charges: two counts of violation of probation, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: none. € Niki Norell Riedel, 25, of Cape Coral. Charge: DUI. Bond: none (supervised release). The Punta Gorda Police Department reported the following arrests: € James Anthony Ginos, 35, 100 block of Mark Twain Lane, Rotonda West. Charges: possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: $10,000. € Nicholas Edward Jones, 29, 4400 block of Hennemann St., Port Charlotte. Charge: battery. Bond: $3,000. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Bradley Gardner, 43, 100 block of Shadeylawn Lane, Nokomis. Charge: possession of methamphetamines. Bond: $1,500. € Melvin Hillard, 61, 2800 block of E. Price Blvd., North Port. Charge: contempt of court (original charge: driving with a suspended license second or subsequent charge). Bond: $7,500. € Robert McVey, 55, 1200 block of Collier Place, Venice. Charge: sexual assault of an elderly or disabled person. Bond: $1,500. € Leon Mobley, 31, 700 block of W. Pine St., Arcadia. Charges: hold for Hillsborough County for possession and distribution of cocaine. Bond: $9,500. € Christopher Vietts, 29, 200 block of Browns Road, Nokomis. Charges: resisting an officer without violence, contempt of court for violation of a protection order, and larceny. Bond: $1,500. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrests: € Ashley Odom, 33, 4260 block of Ozark Avenue, North Port. Charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: $1,500. € Colleen Taylor, 37, 500 block of Lowell Road, Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of narcotic equipment. Bond: $620. The Venice Police Department reported the following arrest: € Madison Johnson, 27, 200 block of Rio Esplinade, Venice. Charge: fraud. Bond: $1,500. „ Compiled by Anne Easker and Alexandra HerreraCops: Suspect picked up pot from post office POLICE BEATThe information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriffs office, Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.

PAGE 10

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 11 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS Lincoln 7110 S. Tamiami Trail € Sarasota www.MazdaofSarasota.com www.EdHowardLincoln.net941-924-6700 7048 S. Tamiami Tr. € Sarasota 1/4 Mile South of Stickney Point Rd. on Business 41 ED HOWARD ED HOWARD 941-921-4402All Prices Plus Tax, Tag, and $799 dealer fee. Expires 7/30/18. ED HOWARDS WHOLESALE TO THE PUBLICŽ LAST CHANCE TO SAVE! DEALS OF THE WEEK ONLY 23K MILES, NAVIGATION, ONE OWNER $ 23,999 $ 23,950 $ 5,495 NOW! 2013 SMART FOUR-TWO # M18096C $ 12,999 NOW! 2016 FORD FUSION SE # M18126A $ 9,950 NOW! 2011 BUICK LACROSSE CXS # LA5616B $ 13,950 NOW! 2013 LINCOLN MKZ HYBRID # L8505PA $ 13,988 NOW! 2013 VOLVO XC60 # MA5725A $ 22,450 NOW! 2015 LINCOLN MKZ HYBRID # L8539P $ 9,950 NOW! 2010 FORD EDGE LIMITED # L18222A $ 22,799 NOW! 2015 FORD EXPEDITION # MA5600A $ 12,950 NOW! 2012 LINCOLN MKX # L17556A $ 37,450 NOW! 2016 LEXUS RX 350 # LA5626A $ 15,450 NOW! 2015 DODGE JOURNEY # M17649A $ 9,950 NOW! 2012 VOLVO S60 T5 # L18220A $ 12,950 NOW! 2012 LINCOLN MKS # L17611A $ 19,999 NOW! 2016 MAZDA CX-5 GR. TOUR. # M17439A $ 15,988 NOW! 2011 BMW 535i # M18259A 2017 FORD MUSTANG 2015 FORD EXPLORER XLT SAVE $6,000 SAVE $2,500 SAVE $3,000 SAVE $4,000 SAVE $3,000 SAVE $4,000 SAVE $2,000 SAVE $3,000 SAVE $2,500 SAVE $5,000 SAVE $3,000 SAVE $4,000 SAVE $2,500 SAVE $2,500 SAVE $4,500 SAVE $4,000 SAVE $5,000 #M18235 #L8523P NOW! NOW!13K MILES, CUSTOM SPORT PKG, CLEAN HISTORY ONLY 15K MILES! LOADEDadno=54539183

PAGE 11

Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 STATE NEWSTALLAHASSEE „ While federal relief for Florida growers impacted by Hurricane Irma may be getting closer to reality, citrus farmers found no surprises as a historically devastating growing season formally came to a close Thursday. The U.S. Department of Agriculture closed out its monthly forecast report for the current growing season without veering from its June projection, made when essentially all the fruit was picked. The latest numbers showed that growers produced 34.7 percent fewer oranges and half the number of grapefruits than a year ago. The bottom line for Florida is we had no change from the previous forecast,Ž said Mark Hudson, U.S. Department of Agriculture state statistician. Ravaged by the September hurricane just as growers felt they were make headway in a decadelong “ght against citrus greening disease, growers saw overall production at its lowest „ 49.58 million 90-pound boxes, the industry standard „ since the 19411942 growing season. Grapefruit production on its own, 3.88 million boxes, hit its lowest output since 1920. Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam has called the season horrible.Ž The latest “gures did provide some consolation for Florida growers, many of whom suffered losses of more than 70 percent due to Irma: Collectively, they remained ahead of California in terms of orange production. However, where less than a decade ago Florida doubled its western counterpart in orange production, this seasons Sunshine State orange crop “lling 44.95 million boxes „ a “fth of the states production 20 years ago „ barely edged out the 44 million similar-sized boxes packed in California. Another positive for the industry is that by Monday farmers may be able to start applying for long-awaited federal disaster relief that was part of a $2.36 billion agriculture package approved by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump in February. Since April, the program has been targeted to start by July 16, with federal of“cials saying their goal was to start even earlier. The U.S. Department of Agricultures Farm Service Agency continues to state on its website that the agency is working quickly to implement this program.Ž The money is slated to assist recovery efforts associated with hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico and wild“res in California. Florida has estimated its agriculture losses from Irma total $2.5 billion, with citrus accounting for at least $761 million of those losses. Florida Citrus Mutual Executive Vice President Mike Sparks has advised members to quickly set up appointments for the relief. Under the federal aid, growers that received 75 percent of their adjusted gross income from agriculture will be eligible for up to $900,000 from the Wild“re and Hurricane Indemnity Program (WHIP), while those below the 75 percent benchmark face a $125,000 cap. A growers insurance coverage will factor into the WHIP payments. More coverage can generate higher payments, according to Sparks. We understand there is a lot of complexity to WHIP and accompanying paperwork,Ž Sparks wrote to members. But we believe this is a fair program that will provide the necessary funding to get growers back on their feet in addition to building a foundation for the industry to expand in the coming decade.Ž Growers eventually also will be able to seek additional funds from a $340 million block grant the state is getting for citrus growers. Under the block grant proposal, an insured citrus growers “nancial recovery cannot exceed 85 percent of estimated losses. For uninsured growers, the cap is 65 percent of their losses. The Florida Division of Emergency Management will oversee the block grant funding, which will be available to replace damaged or destroyed trees, cover future economic losses and help pay the cost of crop insurance, division spokesman Alberto Moscoso said in an email. The block grant will be open only to those growers who “rst apply for the WHIP money.Citrus season ends on gloomy noteBy JIM TURNERNEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATEArmy corps resumes flushing water from Lake OkeechobeeMIAMI (AP) „ Goopy green water ”owed Friday from both sides of Lake Okeechobee, carrying toxic algae toward Floridas coasts. Col. Jason Kirk of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says the pulsing water ”ows will simulate rainfall. By varying the ”ows, they hope to reduce environmental problems. Kirk says they need to ”ush the lake to reduce ”ood risks as water levels rise. Its aging dike was built after ”ooding unleashed by two catastrophic hurricanes killed thousands of people in the 1920s. Coastal communities say previous discharges spread toxic algae, threatening tourism and health. Both Republican and Democratic political candidates are making the discharges a campaign issue. The Trump administration has approved a new reservoir to store more water south of the lake, but it awaits passage in Congress.Pastor accused of taking pic up parishioners dressDELTONA (AP) „ A pastor in Florida is under arrest and out of a job after allegedly recording images under the dress of a parishioner as she bent over to put her child in a car seat. Thirty-one-year-old Brian RickŽ Kenyon Jr., formerly with the Florida Church of Christ, was arrested Thursday afternoon on a charge of video voyeurism. Volusia County Sheriffs spokesman Andrew Gant tells The Daytona Beach News-Journal that the 41-year-old woman reported the incident on April 24, telling investigators it happened two weeks earlier when she attended a service at the Church of Christ of Deltona. An arrest report says that she felt skin against her leg and turned to see Kenyon holding his cellphone. Gant said Kenyon has been removedŽ from the church.Lawsuit: Party hindered security in airport shootingFORT LAUDERDALE (AP) „ A new lawsuit claims a detectives retirement party got in the way of security before a 2017 shooting that killed six people at a Florida airport. The lawsuit was “led Thursday on behalf of Ann Andres of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Her husband Terry Andres was shot at Fort LauderdaleHollywood International Airport. The lawsuit claims Broward Sheriffs Of“ce deputies who should have been on duty at an airport baggage claim area were instead at the party eating cake. The lawsuit seeks unspeci“ed damages from the sheriffs of“ce, Broward County, an airline and other entities. The sheriffs of“ce had no immediate comment Friday. Twenty-eight-yearold Esteban Santiago of Anchorage, Alaska, pleaded guilty in May to federal charges in the shooting and faces life in prison at his sentencing next month.Deputies fatally shoot man who pointed gun at themTAMPA (AP) „ Authorities say Florida sheriffs deputies fatally shot a 60-year-old man who showed up at his estranged wifes home and would not leave. Hillsborough County Sheriffs spokesperson Danny Alvarez said it happened early Friday in Riverview, where deputies say the man refused to respond to their commands and raised a “rearm at them. Alvarez said the deputies then “red multiple shots in fear for their lives, and the man died at the scene. Alvarez said the dead mans record included arrests for robbery and white-collar crimes in Texas and trespassing in Florida. Authorities were working to notify his relatives before releasing his identity.NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING CERTAIN COUNTY ROADS FOR GOLF CART USEA PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSALS AND PETITIONS AS DESCRIBED BELOW WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT A REGULAR MEETING ON TUESDAY, July 24, 2018, at 2:00 P.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS THE MATTER MAY BE HEARD DURING THE COURSE OF A CTION. THE HEARING WILL BE HELD IN COMMISSION CHAMBERS, ROOM 119, FIRST FLOOR, BUILDING A, THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER, 18500 MURDOCK CIRCLE, PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA. THE BOARD IS NOT BOUND TO CONSIDER THE PETITIONS IN THE ORDER LISTED IN THIS NOT ICE. ANY OF THESE PETITIONS MAY BE CONSIDERED AS SOON AS THE MEETING COMMENCES. COPIES OF SAID PETITIONS WITH COMPLETE LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS AND SUBSEQUENT STAFF REPORTS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW AT THE CHAR LOTTE COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT AND ALL CHARLOTTE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARIES. A MEETING AGENDA AND PETITION PACKETS MAY BE REVIEWED AT THE FOLLOWING INTERNET ADDRESS: http:// www.charlottecounty” .gov/Pages/BCC-meeting-agendas.aspx ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE URGED TO ATTEND THESE PUBLIC HEARINGS. THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME TO SPEAK; THERE WILL BE A FIVE-MINUTE T IME LIMIT FOR EACH CITIZENS PRESENTATION ON AN AGENDA ITEM. IF YOU HAVE SPECIFIC QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO CO NTACT A STAFF PERSON AT ANY TIME IN ADVANCE OF THE PUBLIC HEARING(S). PLEASE CALL 941-764-4903 AND MENTION THE PETITION NUMBER OF THE MATTER YOU WISH TO DISCUSS. PETITIONS Operation of Golf Carts within Babcock Ranch Community Subdivision Leg islative Commission District I A Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Charlotte County, Florida, designating all roads in the Babcock Ranch Comm unity Subdivision, Phase 1B1 Northeast, as roads where gold carts may be operated, provided such golf cart operation follows Section 2-4-10, Operation of Golf Carts on Pu blic Roads, of the Charlotte County Code of Laws and Ordinances; Applicant: Babcock Ranch Community Independent Special District; providing for an effective date. SHOULD ANY AGENCY OR PERSON DECIDE TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING, A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS REQUIRED, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners does not discriminate on the basis of disability. This nondiscrimination policy involves every of aspect the Countys functions, including access to and participation in meetings, programs and activities. FM Sound Enhancement Units for the Hearing Impair ed are available at the Front Security Desk, Building A of the Murdock Administration Complex. Anyone needing other reasonable accommodation or auxiliary aids and services pleas e contact our of“ ce at 941.764.4191, TDD/TTY 941.743.1234, or by email to David.Lyles@CharlotteCountyFL.gov. Publish: July 14, 2018 adno=50520409 COURSES COURSESTo place your ad here, call 941-429-3110adno=718485 22400 Gleneagle Ter. Port Charlotte941-625-4109 The Palms697-8118The Links 697-8877The Hills 697-2414 Long Marsh 698-0918Seminole Lakes Country Club Open to the Public 9 Holes Par 35 Open To The PublicPlay 9 Anytime 888-663-2420www.sunnybreezegolf.net TWIN ISLES CC Championship Golf CourseUnder Age 60 Membership $160 Mo. Accepting Non Member Play While We Fill Our RosterGolf, Seasonal, Tennis & Social Memberships301 Madrid Blvd., Punta Gorda 941-637-1232 ext. 422 € www.twinislescc.org Kingsway Country ClubPure Championship Golf(941)-625-8898www.kingswaycountryclub.com 1-mi. East I-75 exit 170 Kings Hwy 5301 HERON CREEK BLVD., NORTH PORT Between US 41 & I-75 Exit 182423-6955 € www.heroncreekgcc.com NEW TIFEAGLE GREENS PREMIER PRACTICE FACILITYCall 625-6911 for Tee Times & Lessons Nice People, Great GolfŽTake a tour online at: DeepCreekGolf.com Call For Tee Times 941-429-0500 1350 Bobcat Trail, North Port www.bobcattrailgc.com Under New ManagementOpen 7AM to 5PM (7days) AM 18 holes w/cart-$35-PM-$30(941)637-6191 For Tee Times 29201 S. Jones Loop Rd. € Punta Gorda 1/2 mile south of Burnt Store Rd. on US 41 in Punta Gorda941-639-5440 www.seminolelakes.netBest Value in S.W. Florida Closed for Golf Course Renovations through October 1st Call for Tee Timesadno=50520415 CHARLOTTE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE VARIANCEThe zoning o cial has received a request for an Administrative Variance and intends to grant the variance pursuant to Section 3-9-6.3(l) of the Charlotte County Zoning Code. Petition number AVAR-18-011 is being requested by Stephen J. and Barbara K. Simon. The request is for an Administrative Variance of 1.5 feet to allow a 13.5 foot rear yard setback (for pool cage) instead of the required 15, located in the Residential Single Family-3.5 (RSF-3.5) zoning district. The property address is 9150 Pine Cove Drive, Englewood, Florida and is described as Lot 95, Pine Cove Subdivision, in Section 21, Township 41 South, Range 20 East. A complete legal description and additional information are on “ le. This notice is being mailed to the adjoining property owners as revealed by the current County Tax Roll. Within “ fteen (15) days of the publication of this notice, but not thereafter, any interested person may object in writing stating their name, the nature of their interest and the nature of their opposition. Any such written communication should be addressed to Shaun Cullinan, Zoning O cial, Charlotte County Community Development Department, Zoning Division, 18400 Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte, Florida 33948-1095. Shaun Cullinan Zoning O cialRun Date: July 14, 2018 Where Shopping Makes Cents charlottecountychamber.org adno=50538225 adno=50538223

PAGE 12

CHARLOTTE OUR TOWN INSIDE: CLASSIFIEDS SATURDAY, JULY 14, 2018 YOU AUTO KNOWSeepage 8 Chinese tariffs that went into effect July 6 aim to hit U.S. producers where it hurts by taxing traditionally American products like bourbon and lobster. Its only natural that lobster lovers, up to their ears in drawn butter and juices this time of year, wonder whether theyll start feeling a price pinch. Some 20 percent of exports by Maine Coast, a York lobster distributor, normally go to China, but that market was slapped with an additional 25 percent tariff in July. We will lose a crucial part of the market that weve developed over the years here in Maine „ losing sales and revenue for our company, possibly making us eliminate jobs,Ž fretted Maine Coasts CEO, Tom Adams. Despite fears from Maine to Florida that lobster “shing is endangered, local lobster experts Joe and Nancy Scola who own Englewoods and Port Charlottes Twin Lobsters arent concerned. The United States is going to get a cheaper lobster,Ž said Joe. And China will still buy them and pay the duty. I think were going to be “ne, and things will iron out in time.ŽLobsters literally on a rollSome surprisingly succulent lobster is literally on a local roll „ served out of rolling seafood trucks that cater to the areas growing population of New England transplants. For the last year, Andy DeGaetanos Mobstah Lobstah ($$) has been serving them from Sarasota to Fort Myers, and at venues like Punta Gordas Peace River Beer Company and Port Charlottes DVines with mobile lobster rolls and fried seafood. Now theres competition from a new Englewood boss. Garrett Crowley knows the 2014 Jon Favreau “lm ChefŽ pretty well. You might even say hes living its story of a gourmet chef who quits a high-end restaurant job to chase his dream with a food truck. Crowley, a Culinary Institute of America-trained chef, worked his way through high-end San Francisco and Santa Fe restaurants before moving to Florida. Early this year, he became head chef at Englewood Beachs The Waverly but left to pursue his own dream of fried, fresh, New England-style seafood, served from his and business partner Kate Destefanos new food truck, The Maine Menu now parked regularly on West Dearborn Street. The truck puts a smile on my face,Ž Crowley said. Its stressful in the kitchen, but the truck has re-energized my love for food. I think its because I get to speak with every person I prepare food for.Ž His food puts a smile on their faces, too. He has fried whole-belly clams from Ipswich, Massachusetts; Maine lobster; Maine natural-casing red snapperŽ hot dogs; gluten-free clam chowder; and the of“cial treat of Maine „ awardwinning Wicked Whoopie Pies, in toothache-sweet ”avors from chocolate to creamsicle. Englewoods Simply Yum Yum Bakery the same shop that supplied Chuck Cyr with rolls for the recent Down East contest, provides his rolls. Three days after the grand opening, in the space of 20 sweltering mid-afternoon minutes at the Dearborn Street park, three potential customers strolled up to see if the truck was open. Alas, it was not. Crowley is closed Thursdays and Sundays to accommodate the needs of Joyce Colmar, Vino Loco Gourmet owner and Dearborn Street Farmers Market organizer, whose land he occupies. Crowley is taking full advantage of the now-relaxed Sarasota County food truck ordinance „ which North Port will soon embrace. In April and again last week, North Ports commissioners, who favor food trucks, continued working toward a new ordinance based on Sarasotas, with a pilot program allowing the trucks to park on city-owned properties. The Maine Menu ($$), 207-841-7547, is at 348 W. Dearborn St., the corner of West Dearborn and Orange streets, every day but Thursday and Sunday, from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.My Seafoods in Punta GordaSteve and Shelley Mattesich got their start with a seafood truck originally run by an old Maine “sherman on Burnt Store Road. But now their brick-andmortar My Seafood Market & Caf ($$; formerly Mainely Seafood) serves sit-down and takeout lobster rolls, fried Ipswich whole-belly clams, fried and fresh “sh at Turtle Crossing Plaza on Burnt Store Road, Punta Gorda. For now, their ample lobster rolls are served cold with mayo, but during season, they plan to add a ”at top for warm lobster rolls. The tariff wouldnt affect me directly,Ž added Steve, who sees little but good news for his business. In fact, the price of lobster might come down because lobster “shermen will have an abundance of it.ŽBurgundy Square makes good showingLast weekend, Chuck Cyr of Venices Burgundy Square Caf ($$) made a valiant showing at Thompsons Point in Portland, Maine, as one of only 10 worldwide “nalists in the second annual Down East (Magazine) Lobster Roll World Championship The tariff and its impact on lobstering were the talk of Portland, but Cyr and his team rose above the furor to “nish just shy of third place. Send restaurant and bar news and recommendations to columnist Sue Wade at suewade47@aol.com. Average price ranges are $ = inexpensive (under $10), $$ = moderate ($10-$30), and $$$ = pricey (over $30), including tip and beverage.Local lobsters on a roll, despite Chinese tariffWill lobster lovers feel the pinch? PHOTO PROVIDEDIce sculptor Chris Merriam and Chuck Cyr of Venices Burgundy Square Caf prepare for last weekends Down East Lobster Roll World Championship.SUN PHOTO BY SUE WADEBurgundy Square Cafs lobster roll. Chuck Cyr is still on a roll. SueWADECOLUMNIST Do you love to sing? How about in the shower? Are you a college student in need of tuition assistance? The Gulf Coast Harmonizers a capella group, based in Fort Myers, is in need of young talent that would like to ”ex their vocal muscles for the mens ensemble. Chuck Solomon, a member of the Gulf Coast Harmonizers, expressed growing interest in adding younger men to their ensemble, with a recent college graduate as their new director. We are always looking for new members,Ž said Solomon. And younger men add quality to our sound, as younger voices add depth to the four-part harmony we produce. The purpose of our scholarship program is meant to draw college men to our group who love to sing.Ž The Harmonizers have created a college scholarship program for young men that will award them $500 per semester, on top of covering most expenses such as membership dues and performance costume purchases. Solomon feels the Harmonizers can help college men looking to gain experience in a group, as well as help “nancially. College men who love to sing can bene“t from our group by learning correct singing methods, as well as correct breathing methods for singers. We can help them “nancially as well as introduce them to four-part a capella singing (Barbershop Style).Ž The Gulf Coast Harmonizers recently added new director, Jonathan Riviere, has brought a new atmosphere and added skill set to the group; having just graduated from college with a degree in music and business. Along with his music education he brings lively rehearsals,Ž said Solomon. And his entertaining wit has brought new enthusiasm to our members. With only one month under his belt our chorus improved to such a degree that we moved up one level at our last competition.Ž Interested students must be part of an accredited college in a graduate or undergrad program and in good academic standing. In order to receive the award, students must pass a singing audition, become a member of the Gulf Coast Harmonizers and attend at least 75 percent of rehearsals and performances. On top of the education and “nancial bene“ts, Solomon believes one of the major selling points to new members is the groups camaraderie. We are a group of men who support each other and work together to achieve our goals with our love of singing,Ž said Solomon. Our teachings can also contribute to any other singing ventures students and members can utilize in their other singing groups.Ž For more information visit gulfcoastharmonizers.org.A capella group looking for young talentBy JUSTIN RAFFONESUN INTERN PHOTO PROVIDEDThe Gulf Coast Harmonizers a capella group is looking for young talent.PUNTA GORDA „ The results of this years airport authority elections may last longer than the typical four-year term. The stakes are high for both District 2 and 4 seats as the airport authority begins to implement its Master Plan. The plan, which identi“es proposed capital improvements, costs and sources for funding for the Punta Gorda Airport (PGD), spans over the next 20 years. The 66 projects identi“ed in the plan will cost an estimated $206 million, which is anticipated to be mainly funded through federal grants through the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). And whoever is elected for the available seats this year will get to oversee how exactly these projects are carried out. The plan will be implemented in three phases: short-term projects from 2018-2022, intermediate-term projects from 2023-2027 and longterm projects from 2028-2037. The “rst phase, which costs $57 million, is currently underway with the four projects scheduled for 2018 staying right on track. The acquisition of land for a runway, the “rst phase of wetland mitigation, a replacement T-Hangar door and extending a runway are all in the process of being completed, said Robert Hancik, Republican incumbent candidate for District 2. With 50 years of aviation experience, from being a pilot to founding a ”ight school in Pennsylvania, Republican candidate Stan Smith for District 4 believes he can steer the master plan in the right direction. Knowing the experience I have, I can make those decisions and make sure the 20-year master plan is executed in a manner to where we dont lose sight from where we want to be in 10, 20, 30, 40 years from now,Ž Smith said Friday. Its not just about the immediate, (but) keeping the airport here for a long duration is critical because it will be an economic driver.Ž The master plan forecasts that passenger enplanements will increase from 589,000 in 2016 to approximately 841,000 in 2036. Smith is running against Republican incumbent candidate Kathleen Coppola, who has served on the airport authority for 28 years. I know what needs to be done “rst, what needs to be done second and what needs to be done third,Ž Smith said, citing his knowledge of airport operations. Though he commends his opponents work over the years, Smith believes he will bring a fresh, independent input to PGD that will not be based on secondary opinions. I dont need it explained to me.Ž During her tenure on the airport authority, Coppola has helped PGD recover from Hurricane Charley, built an air traf“c control tower, constructed a new terminal building and brought Allegiant Airlines to the airport. Coppolas priorities for PGD are continuing the business model that has brought economic success to the county; promoting and implementing the master plan as presented; increasing tourism through PGD; growing Western Michigan Universitys impact at PGD; and to assist Allegiant Airlines in its continued growth at Punta Gorda Airport and its impact within Charlotte County,Ž Coppola said in her campaign statement. As of Friday, none of the airport authority candidates have received monetary contributions from Allegiant or its CEO John Redmond. Hancik also has an opponent this year, Julie Price. Price has raised almost six times as much as Hancik, or more than $18,000 since January. Her donors include two candidates Election may impact Airports futureBy LIZ HARDAWAYSTAFF WRITERAIRPORT | 2

PAGE 13

Page 14 C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 2OUR TOWNfor school board District 1, Geri Waksler and Cara Marie Reynolds; Charlotte County Sheriff Bill Prummell; and State Rep. Michael Grant. Price has used at least $500 on political consulting with both Octagon Political Strategies and, more recently, Jonathan Skavroneck. Is Hancik worried about this funding? All my supporters are through grassroots,Ž Hancik said.  I have a lot of valuable assets that I hope the voters recognize ƒ my credentials and experience will bene“t Charlotte County via the Punta Gorda Airport.Ž This is Hanciks fourth year with PGD airport authority, and hopes he can help steer the projects in the right direction. I have all the knowledge necessary to implement (the plan) in the necessary sequence,Ž Hancik said. Though Price doesnt have the 32 years of aviation experience that Hancik does, she does want to bring a new viewpoint to PGD. The Airport Authority needs a fresh perspective, it needs a business perspective, and it needs a community perspective,Ž Price said in her candidate statement found on the Charlotte County Supervisor of Elections website. With my background and history of community involvement, I can provide all three.Ž Coppola, Price and write-in candidate Joseph Makray could not be immediately reached for comment on Friday. Email: lhardaway@sun-herald.comAIRPORTFROM PAGE 1 Not every child has the benefit of going to the mall or going online and picking out new shoes for the upcoming school year. For 14 years, the Sunrise Kiwanis Shoes for Kids program has been providing new shoes for students in Charlotte County, but the program is running behind and needs help. The goal is to collect 5,000 new pairs of sneakers in all sizes. They have collected 2,254 pairs as of this report. Compared to previous years, Christy Smith, founder and chairperson of the project, said they are behind in this years donation program. It is not unusual to be behind,Ž said Smith. It has been a similar story since we started the project. It is usually a big finish. The key is to keep the faith.Ž The Kiwanis Shoes for Kids project collection continues through July 22. The shoes will be sent to each school in Charlotte County. Staff will give children shoes when they see a need. We are presently in need of assistance with either monetary donations or a pair of shoes donation at one of our collection sites throughout the county.Ž The gift that you give to local families through this project is immeasurable,Ž said Smith. I have met individuals who have received the shoes, as well as family members of those who received the shoes through the project. Their comments have a similar tone: one of joy and appreciation.Ž Some of the comments Smith said she receives are Thank you for caringŽ or Thanks for helping us when we needed it most.Ž Other comments have been We didnt have the extra money to buy shoes; it was such a treat to receive them up at school.Ž Students have options as far as what kind of pair of shoes is concerned. There are high-tops, low-tops and other options. We have gotten better ƒ with the hightops, upper elementary and middle school students will wear those,Ž said Smith in an article earlier this summer. The lower-top shoes, or more like the Converse or something like that, youll see more in the middleschool ages. The older students for the high school, they typically do not like high tops, unless they are in a basketball program.Ž Smith said that they have already delivered shoes to the year-round schools, Baker Center, Peace River Elementary, East Elementary and Sallie Jones Elementary. Local residents are needed to boost the contributions. If interested, check out the Kiwanis Shoes for Kids Facebook page or visit shoesforkidsproject.org, where their donation locations are listed. More information can be provided by Smith at shoesforkidsproject.org or 941-769-0864.Email: dsutphin@sun-herald.comShoes for Kids needs community to step upBy DANIEL SUTPHINSTAFF WRITER INFOFind a complete list of shoe donation drop-off points at shoesforkidsproject.org. PHOTOS PROVIDEDShoes for Kids founder Christy Smiths garage where she stores new shoes as part of the project Shoes to be delivered to schools as part of the Sunrise Kiwanas Shoes for Kids project Bags of new shoes to be delivered to local schools as part of the Sunrise Kiwanas Shoes for Kids project CHARLOTTE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE VARIANCEThe zoning o cial has received a request for an Administrative Variance and intends to grant the variance pursuant to Section 3-9-6.3(l) of the Charlotte County Zoning Code. Petition number AVAR-18-010 is being requested by Perry Jordan. The request is for an Administrative Variance of 1.14 feet to allow a 13.86 foot rear yard setback (for pool) instead of the required 15, located in the Residential Single Family-3.5 (RSF3.5) zoning district. The property address is 9290 Pine Cove Drive, Englewood, Florida and is described as Lot 46, Pine Cove Subdivision, in Section 21, Township 41 South, Range 20 East. A complete legal description and additional information are on “ le. This notice is being mailed to the adjoining property owners as revealed by the current County Tax Roll. Within “ fteen (15) days of the publication of this notice, but not thereafter, any interested person may object in writing stating their name, the nature of their interest and the nature of their opposition. Any such written communication should be addressed to Shaun Cullinan, Zoning O cial, Charlotte County Community Development Department, Zoning Division, 18400 Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte, Florida 33948-1095. Shaun Cullinan Zoning O cialRun Date: July 14, 2018adno=50520414 deserves a breakEVERYONE ONE If youre responsible for helping a loved one recover at home from surgery, illness or injury, you know all too well these days are few and far between. Our respite / vacation program gives you the opportunity to take a break from these demands. Youll have the added peace of mind knowing they are receiving around-the-clock professional care. Whether you use respite care on a regular basis, or just for a special occasion, call to learn about our short stays and affordable rates. Call today.ManorCare Health Services Venice 1450 East Venice Avenue € Venice, FL 34292 941.486.8088 € manorcare.com/Venice 201 7 HC R He alth care LLC adno=54537424 2017

PAGE 14

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 15 3OUR TOWN *Offer applies to only single-receipt qualifying purchases. No interest will be charged on promo purchase and equal monthly pay ments are required equal to initial promo purchase amount divided equally by the number of months in promo period until promo is paid in full. The equal monthly payment will be rounded to the next highest whole dollar and may be higher than the mi nimum payment that would be required it the purchase was a non-promotional purchase. Regular account terms apply to non-promotional purchases. For new accounts: Purchase APR is 29.99%; Minimum Interest Charge is $2. Existing cardholders should see their credit card agreement for their applicable terms. Subject to credit approval. Terms of promotions Previous purchase excluded, cannot be combined with any other promotion or discount. Discount offers exclude Hot Buys, ”oor models or cl earance items, sales tax, furniture protection plans, warranty, delivery, or service charge.PT CHARLOTTE1241 El Jobean Rd. S.R. 776 across from Sams Club941-764-8700Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sun. 11-6VENICE550 S. Seaboard Ave. Just North of Venice Nissan on U.S. 41 Bypass941-485-3211Weekdays 9-6 Sat. 9-6 Sun. 11-6SARASOTA4027 N. Washington (US 301) 1 Mile South of University on US 301941-351-8600Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sun. 11-6BRADENTON1100 West Cortez Rd. Northeast Corner of Cortez Rd & 41941-749-6069Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sun. 11-6ELLENTON5814 18th St East Across from the Ellenton Outlet Mall941-479-7900Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sun. 11-6 www.furnwarehouse.comTill 12 NoonSo our crews can mark down every item in the store! Do Not Miss This Opportunity To Save Like Never Before!NO INTEREST UNTIL JULY 2019* SAME DAY PICK UP OR NEXT DAY DELIVERY! *On Purchases $300 or more with your Furniture Warehouse credit card made before July 14, 2018 and July 13, 2019. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the promotional purchase is not paid in full within 12 months, by July 2019. Minimum Monthly Payments required. COME, BUY & SAVE BIG!!! Saturday 12 9 PM & Sunday 11 6 PM adno=54539181

PAGE 15

Page 16 C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 4OUR TOWNThe Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce Explorer Post 29 brought home trophies from a state competition last month. I am so proud of this group of young men and women,Ž said CCSO Sheriff Bill Prummell, about their performance at the Florida Sheriffs Explorer Association State Competition. They represent the agency, and our community, with integrity and professionalism. I look forward to their continued success.Ž CCSO announced its Post 29 earned second place in two competitions: domestic violence scenarios, and felony traf“c stops. The explorers were expected to approach the scenarios at the competition as if they were certi“ed law enforcement of“cers. Scenarios required individual decision-making, and teamwork, according to CCSO. The competition took place in Okaloosa County during the last week of June. It involved over 300 explorers from 26 explorer posts. To learn more about CCSO post 29 and the explorer program visit: www.ccso.org.Charlotte Warriors holding car wash todayThe Charlotte Warriors youth football players and cheerleaders are holding a car wash fundraiser today from noon until 4 p.m. The car wash will be on the property of Charlotte State Bank & Trust, 2331 Tamiami Trail, in Punta Gorda. Funds will be raised for equipment, supplies and other essentials. A $5 minimum for each car wash is requested, and donations in any amount would be accepted. For more information on the program, visit: www. charlottewarriors.com. Charlotte County commissioner earns designationThe Florida Counties Foundation recently presented 39 county commissioners with a Certi“ed County Commissioner designation. Charlotte County Commissioner Joe Tiseo was one of them. The designation followed completion of a comprehensive study program developed by the foundation, and involves a series of courses totaling 45 hours. An awards ceremony was held at the Florida Association of Counties annual conference in Orange County. The coursework includes topics such as Sunshine Law, county government roles, responsibilities, structure, authority, “nancial management, growth management, negotiation skills, economic development and effective communication. University of Florida/ IFAS Extension sponsors the foundations educational programs. For more information visit: factor.”-counties.com.Kiwanis shoe drive is taking donationsThe Sunrise Kiwanis Shoes for Kids project collects new tennis shoes for children in the Charlotte County Public Schools system, and it is underway. That includes children of all ages from pre-k through high school. The need for the 2018-2019 school year is 5,000 new pairs of sneakers. For local drop-off locations, information on making monetary donations, and more information, visit: www. shoesforkidsproject.orgAbused, homeless pets are focus of free filmA documentary “lm on the life of homeless and abused pets, which was produced in Southwest Florida, will be shown soon for free in Port Charlotte. A premiere and DVD release of the “lm Rescue 4 PawsŽ will be open to the public on Saturday, July 21, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event will be held at All Star Sports Grill, 2360 Tamiami Trail, in Port Charlotte, and is being hosted by the Animal Welfare League of Charlotte County and PetRescueProject.org. A limited supply of free DVDs of the film will be available for educators who attend with ID. The documentary is 23 minutes long and covers six topics including but not limited to: Feral animal trap, neuter and release programs in Lee County, a spay/neuter surgery in Fort Myers, and a dog rescued off the streets of Punta Gorda that became trained as a search and rescue dog. Free appetizers will be offered during the event. For more information visit: www.petrescueproject.org/ pet-rescue-project.html „ Compiled by Andrea Praegitzer. Email News of Note and .JPEG photos to Apraegitzer@sun-herald. com Sheriffs Explorers compete for the real world PHOTO FROM CCSOCharlotte County Sheris Oce Explorer Post 29 recently brought home trophies from the 2018 Florida Sheris Explorer Association State Competition. ENGLEWOOD „ ChalkFest is getting a new home. Pioneer Days ChalkFest 7.0, set for Saturday, Aug. 25, will be held at the Englewood Rec Center on Orange Street. Sign-in starts at 8 a.m., and chalking ends at 2 p.m. Its a free event and open to all ages. In past years, the festival has been held on West Dearborn Street. This years move is just a couple blocks north to the shady park. (Its) an opportunity to get a bunch of different people of all ages working together to help other people play together and hopefully feel more like a community in the process,Ž said event chair Erick Phelps. Along the way, were thinking we can highlight an underused, underappreciated community asset „ the Englewood Rec Center „ and maybe pull it into more prominence in future Pioneer Days. One thing I want to do is a cleanup.Ž Phelps hopes to arrange a cleanup crew and has scheduled a meeting for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 17, at the Englewood Rec Center, 101 Orange St., for those who would like to be involved. I want to recruit a few helpers with metal detectors to comb through before the other helpers start picking up,Ž Phelps said. In addition to actually cleaning it up, its another way of bringing attention to the Center and involving a diverse mix of participants in Pioneer Days and the community.Ž Hes planning for 9 a.m. Saturday, July 28, for the detectors sweep the park, and 10 a.m. for the cleanup. ChalkFest is a successful event and will have more of a festival feel this year. With the change of location, Phelps is hoping to draw more people to Chalkfest 7.0 than ever before. The Rec Center has plenty of space for event set up and the park offers a safe place for children to play once chalking is complete, or even while the oldsters chalk. The event will remain free for participants. For more information, please email erick@ corinbay.com. In its 62nd year, the Englewood Pioneer Days celebration is sure to be the best yet. To see a full schedule of events, visit www. englewoodpioneerdays. com. The next planning meeting is at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 18, at the Elsie Quirk Library, 100 W. Dearborn St. in Englewood.ChalkFest relocating to Englewood Rec CenterBy SARAH GARCIAPIONEER DAYS COMMITTEE PHOTO PROVIDEDChildren and teens enjoy drawing at ChalkFest 6.0. News of noteadno=50537874 NOTICE TO PATIENTS Hector N. Hernandez M.D. announces his medical practice is closing & terminating effective July 31, 2018 Thank you, Southwest Florida, for 20+ great years! Patients have the opportunity to obtain their records or transfer them to a new physician by calling or visiting our of“ ce prior to July 26, 2018. Hector N. Hernandez, M.D., P.A. 21297-A Olean Blvd in Port Charlotte Tel. (941) 764-0660 Beginning July 26, 2018: Patients may obtain records by contacting Dr. Hernandez at PO Box 510429 Punta Gorda, FL 33951-0429 Family Owned and Operated for over 36 YEARS!!!CUSTOM TRIMINCORPORATED"We Are THE BEST At What We Do"23058 Harbor View Rd Port Charlotte, FL 33980941-624-4024 nickscustomtriminc.comCustom Interiors Restorations Convertible Tops Installation & Service adno=50538370Visit Your Convertible Leak Specialists and Get a Lifetime Guarantee!!BACK WINDOW FALLING OUT? THURSDAY IS FREE APPRAISAL DAYIF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SELLING YOUR UNUSED OR UNWANTED GOLD JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, WATCHES OR OBJECTS DART, SELL IT TO US. WE OFFER A FREE CONSULTATION SERVICE TO HELP YOU DETERMINE WHICH ITEMS ARE OF VALUE. PERHAPS SEVERAL HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS.€ DIGNIFIED PRIVATE CONSULTATION € LOCAL PEOPLE YOU CAN TRUST € HIGHEST PRICES PAID IMMEDIATELYWE BUY OLD FAMILY JEWELRY€ DIAMOND PINS € GOLD WATCHES € PLATINUM JEWELRY € OLD CUT DIAMONDS€ We also provide written appraisals for insurance at reasonable prices.347 W. VENICE AVE € ISLAND OF VENICE488-2720ROLEX WATCHES HIGHEST PRICES PAID € DINNER RINGS € POCKET WATCHES € SILVER OR GOLD BOXES € ANTIQUE JEWELRY € GOLD COINS € CARTIER & TIFFANY JEWELRY € ROLEX WATCHESadno=54533583 Conference Room A/B, Second Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-951-3608 Training Room, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-0945 Meeting Room A, Gulf Gate Library, 7112 Curtis Ave., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5000 Conference Room 2, Sarasota County Operations Center, 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-6637 St. Davids Episcopal Church, 401 S. Broadway St., Englewood. Call 941-861-2779 Conference Room 1, Sarasota County Operations Center, 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5214 Commission Chamber, Robert L. Anderson Administration Center, 4000 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice. Call 941-861-5000 … Eighth Floor, Small Conference Room, Court Administration, Judge Lynn N. Silvertooth Judicial Center, 2002 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-2564 Selby Library, 1331 First Street, Sarasota. Call 941-907-0011 Conference Room 6, Sarasota County Operations Center, 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-0660 Conference Room 5, Sarasota County Operations Center, 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-232-5541 As summer continues and trips to the beach become more frequent, Sarasota County is reminding all visitors and residents to keep light out of sight during sea turtle nest ing season. The biggest threats to sea turtle survival are often man-made. Activities disruptive to sea turtles are prohibited during nesting season, from May 1 through Oct. 31. Here are some ways you can help sea turtles beat the odds: recreational items from the beach. beach so turtles have direct access into and out of the water. beach at night. marked nesting areas. guish or shield lights visible from the beach, or replace white incandeslighting with amber or red light-emitting diodes (LED) or low-pressure For more information call the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-861-5000 or visit scgov.net. Sarasota County will hold a free community cleanup in Englewood from 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday, July 21. Dumpsters will be availbale at the following locations: Dearborn Ave. Broadway Road and Englewood Heights Road. wood Road. For a full list of items accepted items, call the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-861-5000 or vist scgov.net. adno=54535863

PAGE 16

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 17 5OUR TOWN VISIT US ONLINE: DESOTOAUTOMALL.COMHighway 70 ArcadiaAll stores available at one convenient location1-800-880-3099Hours:Thurs-Friday 8am-7pm Saturday 8am-5pm Sunday ClosedVisit us 24/7 on the web atwww.DesotoAutomall.com* Prices include all factory rebates. Cheaper In The Country Cheaper In The Country VISIT OUR NEW 2018 RAM 1500 TRADESMAN CREW CAB $ 29,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18DT122 NEW 2018 JEEP COMPASS LA TITUDE $ 21,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18JT208 NEW 2018 FORD ESCAPE S FWD $ 19,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18T364 NEW 2018 FORD EDGE SE $ 25,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18T161 NEW 2017 JEEP WRANGLER $ 29,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#7JT321 NEW 2017 CHRYSLER PACIFICA $ 26,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#17CT187 NEW 2018 FORD FOCUS S FWD $ 14,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#18F286 NEW 2017 FORD FIESTA SE FWD $ 13,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#17F564 NEW 2018 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE $ 22,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18DT136 NEW 2018 FORD F-150 CREW CAB $ 30,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18T407 PRE-OWNED LOT LARGEST IN SW FLORIDA! N N E EW NEW 2018 FORD ECOSPORT S FWD $ 18,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18T260adno=718476

PAGE 17

Page 18 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 6OUR TOWNCHARLOTTE Linda Susan GreenwaldLinda Susan Greenwald, 68, of Port Charlotte, Florida, passed away Wednesday, July 11, 2018, at Englewood Community Hospital, in Englewood, Florida. Linda was born on April 8, 1950, in Des Moines, Iowa. She was the daughter of Raymond and Vivian Good of Boone, Iowa. Linda was a 1972 graduate of Iowa State University with a specialization in child development. Prior to relocating to Mankato, Minnesota in 1987, she worked as a special education teacher in Clinton, Iowa. She is survived by her loving family, husband Roger Greenwald of 45 years; her brother, Douglas (Marcella) Good of Boone, Iowa; her three sons, Brian (Theresa) Greenwald of Punta Gorda, Brandon (Adrianna) Greenwald of Shakopee, Minnesota, Brooks (Kayla) Greenwald of Plymouth, Minnesota, and three grandchildren. A private service will be held in Minnesota. In lieu of ”owers, donations may be made to your local humane society. Friends may visit online at www.robersonfh.com to extend condolences to the family. Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home & Crematory Punta Gorda Chapel.ENGLEWOOD Nancy Lynn MartinNancy Lynn Martin went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, July 11, 2018. Nancy was born on Oct. 2, 1956, at St. Clair Memorial Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Kenneth G. and Betty J. Martin and the cherished daughter of Judith A. Martin for 56 years. Nancy is survived by her son, Matthew K. Stoffan; her mother, Judith A. Martin; her brother, Kenneth C. (Mary Sokol) Martin; and her sister, Michele (Todd) Dominick. She was a loving Aunt to her niece, Lauren (Danny) Tonks; and her nephew, Marcus Dominick. Nancy was loved by all of her friends at Oak Grove. Her generosity and kindness were given freely and from her heart to anyone who needed them. A visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to Noon on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at Lemon Bay Funeral Home in Englewood. You may express your condolences to the family at lemonbayfh.com. Lemon Bay Funeral Home and Cremation Services is in charge of arrangements. OBITUARIES The land dispute between the city of Punta Gorda and descendants of the citys founder might “nally be coming to a close. In January 2017, the family of Col. Isaac H. Trabue “led suit against the city for rightful ownership of 20 plats of land, all of which are parks, including Fishermens Village. Ive had recent conversations with the attorney representing the heirs of the Trabue family,Ž said City Attorney David Levin at a recent City Council meeting. Im cautiously optimistic that ... by the City Council meeting in August, that we will have a settlement proposal approved by the heirs of Trabue.Ž No settlement was discussed at Wednesdays council meeting. The city and the plaintiffs have come to a preliminary settlement but the city has asked for some additional changes,Ž according to Derek Rooney of GrayRobinson, the plaintiffs attorney, which we are attempting to accommodate.Ž Levin said the major holdup on the case has been getting signatures on the settlement proposal from all the heirs. The number of Trabue heirs could not be determined at the time of this report. When asked, city staff could not provide a number of heirs. This has been ... I wont say on the backburner,Ž said Levin. The dif“culty or the reason why its taken a while is my insistence that the agreement be signed off on by as many of the heirs that can be identi“ed. The attorney for the plaintiff in this case has been working diligently to try to make that happen and I think were close.Ž When asked if there would be any “nancial implications on the city from negotiations at the meeting, Levin said the city is not negotiating at this point. (That) is not really the right word,Ž said Levin, we discuss proposals. There should be no net impact “nancially in respect to the city if all things work out the way weve been discussing. Im trying to be as optimistic as I can ... and realistic.Ž The main petitioner in the suit is Trabues great-grandnephew, Robert Berry Trabue. The city would not comment any further on the case. The Trabues, who live in Kentucky, are also not commenting. I would love to provide more information regarding the settlement,Ž said Rooney, but until everything is “nalized I prefer to not comment. That said, as has been previously reported, the goal of Robert Trabue ... is to ensure the familys legacy in the dedication of waterfront parks is preserved.Ž In a May 2017 Sun report, Rooney said the goal of the suit is to preserve the parks, not to collect “nancial damages. They (Trabue family) want to guarantee the parks wont be sold off,Ž said Rooney. The town was initially to bear their name, but over the last 100 years, its been carved up and sold off to private interests,Ž he added The case requests the city to vacate 20 plats of land that were originally owned by Isaac who helped build the town of Trabue, which later became Punta Gorda. ATA Fishville, owner of Fishermens Village, was also involved in the case but bowed out in February. Punta Gorda gained $3.5 million in the sale of the property that is now Fishermens Village. In February 2018, the Sun reported that the Trabue family was aiming to have some of the proceeds from that sale go to park improvements and historic markers. The city is holding onto that money until after the litigation is completed, according to City Manager Howard Kunik, noting that multiple one-time-cost items in the citys “scal year 2019 budget could be supported with the Fishville sale money. If theyre one-time costs,Ž said Kunik, such as the (Citizens) Master Plan, which is a one-time cost. Actually, city hall renovations is a one-time cost, building security systems „ onetime cost. (City staff) always had ... in the back of our mind ... a funding source for that (and) thats the Fishville sale money of $3.5 million that sits in our bank account that we just cant use yet.Ž Punta Gorda staff is working on revising the Citizens Master Plan, which was developed to jump-start conversations about growth after Hurricane Charley devastated the city in 2004.Email: dsutphin@sun-herald.comTrabue lawsuit may settle soon, Punta Gorda attorney cautiously optimisticBy DANIEL SUTPHINSTAFF WRITER NORTH PORT „ Michael Dietz, 44, was arrested Wednesday following two instances where he was accused of threatening a woman. Dietz allegedly threatened the woman in June and July, following a “ght. In the “rst incident, North Port Police said they responded to a call along Toledo Blade Boulevard, where Dietz struck the victims car. Reports show that Dietz and the victim met to discuss a “ght the pair had earlier in the day. When the victim arrived, Dietz remained outside the vehicle speaking to her, when he became angry and either kicked or punched her car. Dietz then walked over to the passenger side and got into the car where ripped the rear view mirror from the windshield, causing the windshield to crack. The victim ran to get away from Dietz „ reports show he got into his own vehicle and followed her. Dietz then yelled at the victim are you scared,Ž and followed the victim into the restaurant, according to reports. The victim returned to her vehicle and called the police, where she advised that she did not give Dietz permission to enter her car. In addition to the incident with the car, Dietz had a warrant issued for his arrest for domestic battery and criminal mischief. In a separate incident July 4, reports show that Dietz met with the victim to watch the “reworks, where she realized hed been drinking. The victim stated in the report that Dietz has an alcohol abuse problem. She said that when Dietz gets intoxicated he does not take no for an answer, and she did not want to upset him „ which is why she left with him. Despite the victims efforts to calm Dietz down, he continued to scream at her, which was when he grabbed her by throat, reports show. Dietz then punched a hole in her bedroom wall, though the victim couldnt say if it was while he was holding her neck or after. The victim attempted to ”ee, but Dietz followed her in his vehicle and blocked the road. The victim ran back home and locked herself in the house, where she realized her phone was missing. Reports show that Dietz had the phone and placed it on the roof of her car while yelling, she said she didnt want to go outside to get it because she was afraid he was waiting for her. The victim remained in the house for over an hour before going outside to get the phone and running back in. The victim told police she was afraid of Dietz and that he may kill her. A warrant was issued for Dietz in connection to the battery, and he was booked into Sarasota County Jail on a $27,000 bond. Dietz is being held for burglary, domestic battery and criminal mischief. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comMan accused of threatening woman in North PortBy ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER County residents invited to play dateCharlotte County is celebrating Park and Recreation Month, an initiative of the National Recreation and Park Association, and all the ways parks and recreation has the power to transform our daily lives. From providing us places to play, get “t and stay healthy to fostering new relationships and forging a connection with nature, our close-tohome community park and recreation facilities provide essential services and improve quality of life. Community Services will celebrate Park and Recreation Month today with free admission to pools and free parking at beaches and boat ramps. For more information, contact Mike Koenig, Resource Coordinator at 941-625-7529 or Mike.Koenig@ CharlotteCountyFL.gov.Current voter signature on fileThe Supervisor of Elections would like to inform all registered voters in Charlotte County of the importance of keeping a current signature on “le with the Election Of“ce. As per Florida Statute 98.077(4), the signature that is on “le at the start of the canvass of Vote By Mail ballots, which is Aug. 13, is the signature that shall be used in verifying the signature on the Vote By Mail ballot and Provisional Ballot Certi“cates. For information on updating your signature, contact the Charlotte County Supervisor of Elections Of“ce at 941-833-5400, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday or visit www. charlottevotes.com.Englewood CleanupSarasota County has set an Englewood Community Cleanup for 8 a.m. to noon July 21. Everyone is invited to bring discarded household items, yard waste, tree trimmings, junk and other garbage or refuse, and tires. Dumpsters will be available at the main site on the vacant lot at South McCall Road and 201 W. Dearborn St., and at North Broadway and Englewood Heights Road (behind the Englewood Elks), and Old Englewood Road at Buchan Airport. Sarasota County hazardous waste personnel will be available at the main site at South McCall and West Dearborn to accept hazardous materials, electronics, tires, appliances, and computers from residential customers.Benefit breakfastThe third-annual Helping Hands for Englewoods Homeless Breakfast is set for 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, July 21, at Noys Bistro, 31 Chailette Road, Rotonda West. The breakfast will bene“t the St. Davids Jubilee Center Mission. For more about the breakfast, contact Noys Bistro at 941-214-5194. The Jubilee Center at 401 S. Broadway, Englewood, administers a food pantry, clothing closet, cold-weather shelter and more for the needy in Englewood. For more about the Jubilee Center, call 941-681-3550.Being veganThe North Port Friends of Wildlife hosts a talk about being vegan called Being Vegan 101. It takes place from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 19 at the Shannon Staub Public Library, Room 159, 4675 Career Lane, The instructor is Samantha Gentrup, a middle school teacher who has lived a vegan lifestyle for 10 years. RSVP at northportfowl@gmail.com or by phone 513-967-8575 or visit www.northportfriendsofwildlife.org.Safe boatingCoast Guard Auxiliary hosts a Safe Boating fourpart course from 6:30-9:00 p.m. July 17, July 19, July 24 and July 26 for a cost of $45 per person or $65 per couple. It will be held at the Flotilla 92 Building, 7030 Chancellor Blvd., North Port. For more information or to register, call Bernie OGrady at 941-661-5774 or email brog127@gmail. comBoard workshopThe Charlotte County Commissioners will hold a Board Workshop at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, July 18, in Room 119 of the Charlotte County Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte. Topics include Master Space Plan update, and commissioners, administrator, and county attorney comments. The public is invited to attend but there will be no public input. For more information, call 941-743-1300.Kitten Shower plannedThe Animal Welfare League, 3519 Drance St., Port Charlotte, will host a Kitten ShowerŽ from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 21. It is kitten season and the demand for donations and supplies are high. Bring an item off the wish list such as KMR kitten formula, blankets, beds, toys and kitten food. Snacks, raf”es and kitten adoptions will available. For a full wish list and online gift registry, visit www. awlshelter.org/kittenshower or call, 941-625-6720.Englewood Bike NightMoose Riders Chapter 1933 will present its next Englewood Bike Night, set for 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. July 21 at Pioneer Park, 348 W. Dearborn St., Englewood. The night will feature 22 vendors with food, beverages and merchandise, prize drawings and lots of music with three bands, starting at 5 p.m. The Copperhead Band will take the stage at 8 p.m. The Moose Riders have planned Bike Night for the third Saturday of each month during the summer. Proceeds bene“t Moose Rider charities like F.A.M.E., Englewood Area Cancer Foundation, Helping Hand, Blanches Dog Rescue, Dachshund Rescue, Sheriffs Youth Ranch, Mooseheart, Moosehaven, Wreaths Across America, and many more. For more information, visit Englewoodbikenight. com.GOP golf tourneyThe West Charlotte County Republican Club will have a golf outing, set for a 9 a.m. July 21 at Lemon Bay Golf Club, 9600 Eagle Preserve Drive, Englewood. Cost is $85 per player by July 14, then $100 after. Registration includes players cocktail party from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. July 20 at Lemon Bay Golf Club, with two beer or wine tickets, hors doeuvres and live music, plus continental breakfast and lunch on the tournament day, door prizes and individual team prizes. There will be four $10,000 hole-in-one prizes. Foursomes, twosomes and individual golfers are welcome to play this four-player shamble format. Proceeds bene“t the junior golf program at Lemon Bay Golf Club. For more information, contact Barb Peszko at 941-697-7592, or email joba9595@gmail.com, lcurtis43@msn.com or jolenedrexel@gmail.com. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS

PAGE 18

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 19 7OUR TOWNNORTH PORT „ Saturday saw two of the best teams in the 12-13-year old division of the North Port Youth Basketball Inc. summer season take decisive victories at the Morgan Family Center. Blas stayed undefeated at 4-0 as it rolled over Nilsson 50-39, leading most of the way. Blas led 19-6 at the end of the “rst quarter, but Nilsson cut the lead to 25-18 at halftime. Blas came on strong in the second half for the victory. Angelo Blas was the leading scorer for the winners, scoring 22 points on a variety of shots. Daylan Patel and Victor Merceron both added 11 points for Blas. We played well,Ž said Blas coach Lorenda Blas. Good defense was especially a key for us. We also did well on offense.Ž In another 12-13 contest, Wagoner held off Baker 57-43 to raise its record to 3-1. Baker got to within three points at 23-20 before Wagoner pulled away for the victory. Jordan Howell scored 18 points to lead a balanced attack for the winners. Wagoners only loss this season was to Blas. We didnt play as well as we did last week,Ž said Wagoner coach Robert Wagoner.Ž But we did a good job passing the ball around and getting into position.Ž Games are played in the 5-7, 8-9, 10-11 and 14-18 divisions besides the 12-13 divison. There arent of“cial standings in the summer league in contrast to the winter league. There also arent any post-season playoffs. There are plenty of recreational sports activities going on in North Port during the summer and fall seasons. The mens basketball league begins Aug. 6 and registration began July 9 (Monday). All games will be played at the Morgan Family Center, 6207 W. Price Blvd., North Port, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The season runs for eight weeks followed by a postseason tournament. There will be three games each night, starting at 6 p.m., 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. The Rising Stars basketball programs for youths will be conducted Oct. 5 to Nov. 9. at the George Mullen Activity Center, 4956 City Center Blvd., North Port. Kids will learn the fundamentals of basketball. The program will be on Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. The fee is $6 per class or $25 per for the session. Youths in grades kindergarten to “fth grade can participate. Other sports like volleyball, beginning soccer, baseball and kickball are also taught by North Port Parks & Recreation. For more information, call Sarah Good at 429-7275 or email her at sgood@cityofnorthport. com.Blas, Wagoner take impressive victoriesBy GARY BROWN SUN CORRESPONDENT SUN PHOTOS BY TAMI GARCIANorth Port Youth Basketball hosted one of many summer league games at Morgan Family Community Center including Team Wagoner versus Team Nilsson (white jerseys) during a 12-13 year old age division game. Team Wagoner won 70-46. Team Nilssons Alex Alvarado takes the ball down court during a game against Team Wagoner at Morgan Family Community Center recently. Kamyla Ainex Carrasquillo, for Team Nilsson, takes a shot, with Team Wagoners Dillon Chambers defending. Jeremiah Hill for Team Wagoner prepares to make his shot. Daniel Wagoner, for Team Wagoner, throws the ball to a teammate. Team Wagoners Jayden Underwood makes his way across the court. Jordan Howell dribbles toward Team Wagoners basket with Team Nilssons Alexander Petrosky following behind. Makayla Rassbach for Team Nilsson defends against Team Wagoners Shane Greenwood. AS WE WORSHIP HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH, ELCA LED BY THE SPIRIT, WE SERVE GOD AND SHARE CHRISTS LOVE WITH ALL. Come and see Gods Love in action. Saturday Worship 5:30 pm Sunday Worship 10:00 am14200 Hopewell Ave, Pt. Charlotte, FL941-697-2345 www.hopelutheranpc.org Northside Christian Church685 North Indiana Ave. (776), Englewood, FL941-474-4437 Sunday School................9:00AM Worship Service.............10:00AM Bible Study, Wed............7:00PM Rotonda West Community Church501 Rotonda Blvd W, Rotonda, FL Dr. Michael McLerren PastorSunday worship is 10:30 a.m. Nursery provided for up to age 5941-697-2100 St. Francis of Assisi Catholic ChurchMasses: Weekdays: 8:15 am Sat: 3:00pm, 4:30pm (Jan. thru Easter) 4:00pm (Easter thru December) Sun: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00 Noon (Jan thru Easter) 8:00am, 10:00am (Easter thru December) Sacrament of ReconciliationSaturday 3:00 pm Rev. Richard York, Pastorwww.sfoachurch.com5265 Placida Rd., Grove City 941-697-4899 REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH & CHILD CARELCMSPastor Jim KressSunday Worship 9:15 AM Sunday School 9:15 AM Adult Bible Class 8:30 AM 6465 Mayport St., Englewood 941-475-2410 „ www.redeemer” .com 551 Rotonda Blvd. West941-697-3313Email: o ce@alivingfaith.org www.alivingfaith.org Sunday Worship 9:30 amThe Rev. Dr. Brian Armen, Pastor Community Presbyterian ChurchRev. Dawn Mayes, PastorSunday Worship 10:00 a.m.If you are looking for COMMUNITY, youll “ nd it here!941-474-9579 www.cpcenglewood.com 405 S. McCall Rd., Englewood, FL 34223 Early Worship 8:30am Main Worship 10:30amWorship Center Now Open! 140 Rotonda Blvd. West941-475-SHIP (7447) fcenglewood.comNEW Pastor Tim Davis Sunday Worship, 9:46 am 941-380-1388 Follow Our Live Stream at www.alwcenglewood.com Ministry FIRST!Ž ST. DAVIDS EPISCOPAL CHURCH SUNDAY WORSHIP Service 9am474-3140 401 S. Broadway stdavidsenglewood.org EAT € PRAY € LOVE Calvary Baptist CHURCHJohn M. Boutchia III Senior PastorSunday School 9:45am Sunday Worship 11:00am & 6pm Englewood Bible Hour Wed. 7pm Youth Group & Kids Wed. 6:30pm75 Pine St. 475-1555€ www.calbaptist.net 11050 Willmington Blvd. Englewood,FL www.wcbaptistchurch.org € (941) 475-5363Sunday Worship Morning Worship 10:15 am Evening Worship 6:00 pm Pastor: Rev Clif Burritt ENGLEWOOD EAST CHURCH OF CHRIST 941-475-4973 € www.engchurch 9600 Gulfstream Blvd., Englewood, FL 34224-9256 Senior Minister, Jim ChandlerSUNDAYAdult Sunday School 10 am Worship Service 11 amWEDNESDAYBible Study 6 pm ENGLEWOOD CHURCHES Crosspoint Church of NazareneSunday School at 9:45 am Morning Service at 10:45 am Children's Service at 10:45 am Adult Fellowship at 5:30 pm Wednesday Bible Study at 6:30 pm 404 W. Green St., Englewood 941-475-1034 28 Hast thou not known? hast thou not heard, [that] the everlasting God, the LORD, the Creator of the ends of the earth, fainteth not, neither is weary? [there is] no searching of His understanding. 29 He giveth power to the faint; and to [them that have] no might He increaseth strength. 30 Even the youths shall faint and be weary, and the young men shall utterly fall: 31 But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew [their] strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; [and] they shall walk, and not faint. Isaiah 40: 28-31adno=54538795

PAGE 19

Page 20 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 8OUR TOWNWHEELS Dear Car Talk: Lately, when my husband is behind the wheel, a couple of his habits have been driving me nuts (as a retiree, I have nothing else to think about when were on the road). My husband puts the car in park, turns off the engine and then removes his foot from the brake. Then the car will roll slightly until the transmission is locked into place. Whereas I put the car in park, take my foot off the brake to engage the transmission and then turn off the engine. I think his way needlessly crunches the gears. He says either way is the same. Is there a correct way to turn off a car? Also, he will „ albeit gently „ bump into the concrete barrier at the end of a parking space before stopping. I stop before running into the barrier. Again, he says it doesnt matter. Is there a right or wrong call on this issue? According to my husbands opinion of my car knowledge, it is beyond reason that I am doing things correctly and he is not. However, I promise to let him read your response, even if it proves that hes been right all along. „ Sandy Oh, Sandy, you must be Freds wife. I got a letter from him last week complaining about your driving. The truth is, neither one of you is doing anything terribly wrong. When turning off the car, I actually recommend that you put the car in park, then apply the parking brake. And then take your foot off the brake pedal and turn off the ignition. That keeps the car from rolling those few inches while the transmission engages the parking pawl. Letting it roll until the parking pawl engages really isnt harmful, but if you park on a steep enough hill, it sometimes can be hard to get the car out of park when you want to drive away. If you start the car, put it in gear and then release the parking brake, youll never have that problem. So lets call that one even, and maybe you both can adopt this new habit. I can see how banging into the concrete curbstone can be annoying, but at very low speed, it also isnt doing any real damage „ no more than going over a small bump, which the car can easily handle. But because you have better spatial awareness than Fred does, youre able to stop the car short of the curbstone and spare him from bouncing forward in his seat. We prefer your way, but your husband is not harming the car by touching the curbstone. I think the real solution, Sandy, is for you to tune out more while Fred is driving. Im going to suggest that you look into meditation. And podcasts. To buy or not to buy „ options, that is. Are options worth what you pay for them, or are you better off just going with the basics? Order Tom and Rays pamphlet Should I Buy, Lease, or Steal My Next Car?Ž to “nd out. Send $4.75 (check or money order) to Car Talk/Next Car, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. Got a question about cars? Write to Ray in care of King Features, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803, or email by visiting the Car Talk website at www.cartalk. com.Mans driving habits grind wifes gears RayMAGLIOZZICAR TALK COLUMNIST Todays title is so very true! I found this out last week at the Englewood regular Dearborn Street “rst Saturday of the month Cruise In. The popular event is a real cruise-in where some of the varied collector cars, trucks and motorcycle owners slowly drive up and down Dearborn Street until they “nd a parking space of their choice. Then get parked, bring out the folding chairs, sit down and watch others cruise by. Hunger sets in and the old vehicles are left under the watchful eyes of other owners while they go to nearby restaurants for a sandwich or full meal. Lee and I drove the 40-mile trip from our south Punta Gorda home to the Cruise In for a scheduled photo shoot of a unique bright yellow reproduction Shelby Cobra Roadster, almost a racing version with heavy-duty everything plus a dyno-tested 650 HP engine, etc. The owner Phil White and his signi“cant other, Judy McConnell, are air traf“c controllers. Actually, she is presently and hes retired, in Atlanta. More about them and their Cobra in a future column. Todays feature car is a sleek metallic red 1973351 Cobra Jet Mustang nicknamed Ruby RedŽ by Diana, wife of its owner, 56-year-old Kevin Donlon. This convertible is no slouch. It has a 351 cubic inch, Holly 650 carb and easy ”ow dual exhaust, engine develops 320 HP and has heavy-duty suspension, brakes, transmission, posi trac rear etc. Its an eyecatcher with a hood scoop, “ve stamped steel “ve lug wheels and special tires. The rear has a 1968 Cougar taillight system all across the body below the trunk. Pictures I took were near dusk; however, Ruby RedŽ still looked good including the neat interior. It gets driven often going to and from their jewelery stores, Englewood Jewelers located at Merchants Crossing Center next to Publix and another named Downtown Jewelry, 480 W. Dearborn St., also in Englewood and thus the citizens of Englewood know the Mustang well. Kevin has two other collector cars that are in the eye-catching league: one an Atomic Orange 1966 Cobra Reproduction with a 302 cubic inch engine and Englewood jeweler also loves old cars Many Americans are fairly fat. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average American man is 59Ž, weighs 195.5 pounds and has a waist size of nearly 40 inches. The average femme fatale is 54Ž, weighs 166 pounds and has a waist slightly more than 37 inches. Clearly, the only weight-watching were doing is watching it grow. This means that the small, front-wheel-drive cars that the EPA would prefer that you drive dont provide the space, comfort and utility that we need. And with climate change providing weather scenarios that seem out of the norm, is it any wonder that Americans now prefer crossovers to compact or midsize sedans? That said, the redesigned 2018 Traverse offers the space for those who live large. With slightly more than 157 cubic feet of space, this cavernous threerow crossover can carry up to eight passengers and 23 cubic feet of lifestyle debris. Legroom in the “rst two rows is generous, while the third row proves to be adequate for those limber enough to reach it. That shouldnt come as a surprise; its 204.3-inch length is longer than almost any sedan. And the dual sunroofs lend the cabin an even more spacious feel. Better yet, second row passengers get climate controls, seat heaters and manually operated side shades. But its only the beginning of the little touches that make the Traverse easy to live with. Up front, youll “nd the instrument panel is logically designed, with controls clustered by function. Chevrolets easy-to-use MyLink infotainment system comes with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The screen moves at the touch of a button, revealing a hidden storage compartment with built-in USB port. Theres a 10-speaker Bose audio system, USB and audio input ports, and an integrated Wi-Fi hot spot. In the center console, youll “nd a wireless charging pad for your smartphone. And the front seats are ventilated and heated. Theres even a heated steering wheel and three-zone automatic climate control. Offered in L, LS, LT, RS, Premier and High Country models, the front-wheel-drive Traverse can be “tted with optional all-wheel drive, although its standard on the top-ofthe-line High Country model. All models are powered by a standard 310-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6 and nine-speed automatic transmission except on the RS, which gets a 257-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Given the Traverses 2018 Chevrolet Traverse makes an ideal mobile family roomBy LARRY PRINTZTRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE PHOTO PROVIDEDThe 2018 Chevrolet Traverse High Country mid-size SUV drives onto the stage Monday, January 9, 2017, during its unveiling at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. CHEVROLET | 10 STATSBase prices: $30,875-$53,595 Engine: 3.6-liter DOHC V6 Horsepower: 310 Torque: 266 pound-feet EPA fuel economy (city/ highway): 18/27 (FWD), 17/25 (AWD) Wheelbase: 120.9 inches Length: 204.3 inches Cargo capacity: 23-98.3 cubic feet Towing capacity: 5,000 pounds Curb weight: 4,362 pounds NHTSA safety rating: 5 stars SUN PHOTOS BY DON ROYSTONA 1955 Raven Black Thunderbird next to a 1966 Atomic Orange Cobra Replica having a 302 cubic inch engine and 5-speed transmissi on that owner Kevin Donlon says can get up and go.Ž These cars are Kevins in addition to todays featured 1973 351 Cobra Jet Mus tang. Kevin and Diana Donlon, married 22 years, and owners of the Englewood Jewelry Stores. A 1973 351 Cobra Jet Mustang nicknamed Ruby RedŽ owned by Englewood resident jeweler Kevin Donlon. ROYSTON | 11 adno=50538176DONATIONS NEEDED! Your donation makes a big di erenceŽ Please Donate Clean, Usable Items. Call to schedule a pickup for large Furniture & AppliancesNow accepting pick up in Arcadia. All money received from donations in Arcadia will be utilized to assist DeSoto County residents in need. Charlotte County to assist people in need in Charlotte County.(941) 637-1981 (941) 460-3638SALVATION ARMY THRIFT STORES 1048 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda 3325 S Access Rd EnglewoodOpen: Mon. Sat. 9am 5pm Open: Tues. Sat. 9am 5pm

PAGE 20

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 21 9OUR TOWNadno=50539936Advertisement Advertisement HOME GARDEN SUN COAST One of the most ef“ cient and effective ways to boost your homes curb appeal and overall dcor is to apply a fresh coat of paint. Newly applied paint can make a home look cleaner, newer, and more elegant both inside and out. Paint on a home in Florida is not only about dcor but it is imperative to your homes longevity. If you have excessive cracks and areas where stucco has become compromised, you have a good possibility of water intrusion, mold growth or much more expensive repairs. Stucco being maintained, cracks being “ lled and a good chalk sealer will assure you years of protection. Happy Home Services in Port Charlotte has several painting teams that provide interior and exterior painting services to their customers year-round. The Happy Home teams are more than just experts in painting; theyre also experts in cleaning and treating the surfaces to be painted. Outside, our teams pressure wash the surface and check for cracks and damage that needs to be repaired before painting,Ž said Tammy Lockhart who is the showroom manager at Happy Homes Services. We show the homeowner any problem areas, make repairs and seal the surface to make it waterproof.Ž The team will dig down four to six inches around the perimeter of the home and clean the exposed area with a wire brush, then a basement seal and chalk sealer will be applied before painting. Inside, Happy Home Services will handle any paint job, whether its one small room or the entire home. As experts in mold remediation, the team is trained to be alert to the signs of growth. Where some painters might just paint over mold, Happy Home Services will “ nd whats causing it and “ x the problem before painting. Oftentimes, painting can be a necessary step after other problems occur. So why not contact a company that can take care of it all? Happy Home Services is known for its expertise in water, “ re and storm damage repairs. When disaster strikes after hours, which it often does, call the companys main phone number and someone will return your call immediately. Happy Homes will handle the problem from start to “ nish and even coordinate with your insurance company.For a free estimate on painting, ” ooring, design, cleaning, repair or any other service or emergency, contact Happy Home Services by calling 941-766-0115 or visit them at 2144 El Jobean Road in Port Charlotte. Log on to the companys website at www.happyhomeservices.net. Protect Your Biggest Investment With Happy Home Services ...because you know where this is going to end up. Even the best things in life can be a little messy. Thats why we created Waterproof 100% Kidproof Petproof Just like your friends, COREtec flooring is warm, inviting and comfortable. So spread out and relax...because COREtec is the perfect fit for your life. find out more at usfloorsllc.com FLOORS 261 W. Marion Ave Punta Gorda, FLOther Locations in Fort Myers & Naples M-F 8am to 6pm Sat 9am to 5pm € Sun 1pm-5pm Family Owned & Operated Since 1951(941) 639-2610hessler” oors.com $2.89 Starting At sq. O er Ends: 7/20/18adno=50522984 ank You for Voting Us #13785 Tamiami Trail € FriendlyFloors.com Port Charlotte 941624 0077 € Punta Gorda 941637 0777 Introducing Wood Without CompromiseBuilt to withstand real life Waterproof & Pet Proof adno=50538253adno=50536812 € Serving Charlotte County & Surrounding Areas Since 1986 € 24 Hour Emergency Service € State Certi“ ed Mold Remediation € Over 30+ Years Experience941.766.01152144 EL JOBEAN ROAD PORT CHARLOTTE, FL 33948 Licensed € Bonded € Insured Lic.#CGC1519246www.HappyHomeServices.netThe Company That Does It AllŽ Specializing in Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling 2006-2017 a dno=50536809 H ARPERS Since1980 (941)629-3490Locally owned and operated HARPERS1980.COM€Cost-Effective € High-Quality € Built to Last e e € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € H H H H H H H H H H H H € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C y y y y y y y y y y y € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B Call us today for a free estimate and a timely installation when you most need it!HARPERS Harp e r s Hurrican e Pro te c t ion an d Scr ee n Enclo s ur esHa s e Compl ete S t orm Pro te c t ion For Your Hom e !Protect your home while adding enjoyment to your everyday life.s inc e 1 980 adno=50536811

PAGE 21

Page 22 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 10OUR TOWNtwo-ton curb weight, the turbo engines rating seems meager, although there wasnt a chance to test one. On the other hand, the V-6 provided the power necessary to move with some authority. Power delivery was strong and steady, with the transmission providing timely, seamless shifts. A stop/start system, which shuts off the engine when stopped for traf“c lights to save fuel, works imperceptibly. However, fuel economy was disappointing on the all-wheel drive Premier test vehicle. Although EPA rated at 18 mpg city, 27 mpg highway with front-wheel drive and 17 city, 25 highway with all-wheel drive, the Traverses fuel economy never broke 20 mpg, with an overall fuel economy rating of 18.8 mpg in an even mix of suburban parkway and highway driving. What didnt disappoint was this crossovers dynamics. The Traverse remains poised no matter what you throw at it, with a comfortably compliant ride balanced with an agility thats surprising for such a big beast. Body lean is evident in corners, but comes on gradually. Despite its size, it never feels unwieldy or clumsy, something that cant be said of the Tahoe, which is nearly as long and almost two inches wider than the Traverse. As youd expect on a family vehicle, the Traverse can be “tted with forward automatic braking, forward collision alert, and lane keep assist with lane departure warning, however theyre only offered in option packages on higher trim levels. Nevertheless, the Traverse makes a strong case as an ideal mobile family room, one wrapped in sophisticated, handsome sheet metal and “tted with the many options that make family hauling more pleasant. And it has the space to handle the average Americans ever expanding waistlines „ and expectations.CHEVROLETFROM PAGE 8adno=54538717 2018 Best Of EnglewoodCongratulations To All Best Of Englewood Winners For 2018! FAN LADY & LIGHTING, INC.Family Owned & Operated Since 1985€ INTERIOR / EXTERIOR LIGHTING € INSTALLATION AVAILABLEwww.fanladyandlighting.us fanladyandlighting@hotmail.com(941) 475-6901 € FANS FROM 27Ž TO 84Ž€ WHOLE HOUSE LIGHTING € ALL WORK GUARANTEEDNEWPORT SQUARE ~ ENGLEWOOD3579 S. Access Road, Ste. EMon.-Fri. 9am 5 pm Sat. 10 2 pm or by appointmentadno=54532304 10% OFF in stock items clip this adBEST OF ENGLEWOOD SINCE 1997 Thank You For Voting Us #1 Corey Steinfath, Owner941-697-70714990 Placida Rd., EnglewoodExpert Foreign & Domestic Collision Repairadno=54532294 2012-2018adno=54535308 Your Home Town Plumber € No Service Call Fee Price Protection € No Overtime Charges 517 Paul Morris Drive Suite A 941-473-2344 Over 22 yearsCAC1816927100% Customer ServiceDrain Cleaning € Pipe Lining € Leak Detection Water Treatment € Re-pipe Specialist € Water Heaters Fully Stocked Trucks € Back” ow Certi“ cation We Charge by the Job, NOT by the hour! BEACH LIQUORS FINE WINE & SPIRITS941-474-9453Family OwnedŽ1600 South McCall Road Englewood, FL 34224 FINE WINE & SPIRITS FINE WINE & SPIRITS 9 9 9 4 4 4 1 1 1 4 4 4 7 7 7 4 4 4 9 9 9 4 4 4 5 5 5 3 3 3   F F a a m m i i l l y y O O w w n n e e d d Ž Ž 16 16 00 00 S S ou ou th th M M cC cC al al l l Ro Ro ad ad E E n l g l ewoo d d F F L L 34 34 22 22 4 4 adno=54535534 sbgtires.comThanks EnglewoodOur technicians are ASE certi“ ed to repair and service most domestic and foreign vehicles. Our sta has the expertise to replace your tires on everything from a golf cart to a loader. adno=54535535 adno=54532215 Call to schedule your Complimentary Consultation & Hearing Screening (a $65 value) www.advancedhearingsolutions.net 941.474.8393 655 S. Indiana Ave. € Hearing Aids € Diagnostic Hearing Services € Tinnitus; Evaluation & Treatment Dr. Nol Crosby, Au.D Thank You Englewood for Voting for us allowing us to be The Best of EnglewoodŽ for 20 years! Advanced Hearing Solutions Where Better Hearing Happens 2018 adno=54538713 adno=54538707 941-548-3170447 W. Dearborn St. peter.mason@raymondjames.com www.mason“ nancialgrp.com President Mason Financial Group Branch Manager, RJFS Investment Management ConsultantSecurities offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc, member FINRA/SIPCServing the Englewood Community for over 20 Years! "Where Wall St. meets Dearborn St." Voted Best Ice CreamŽ6945 Sunnybrook Blvd Englewood (941) 475-1855 6800 Placida Rd C-1 Englewood (941) 697-3959www.SwirlsnCurlsIceCream.comOpen 7 DaysHARD & SOFT Come by and play some Putt Putt Golf! Open 7 Days, 11am 10pmOver 60 Flavorsadno=54538896 COFFEE € ESPRESSO € CAPPUCCINO LATTES & MOCHAS € MOREOpen Daily 7am to 1pm 450 W Dearborn St. adno=54538709 Come by for a refreshing iced co ee adno=54538711 Shoes, handbags, jewelry & more FASHIONS FROM PETITE TO PLUS SIZES!Gift Wrapping & Gift CardsOpen M-S 10am-4pm446 W. Dearborn St. 941-474-7435 € www.ivysondearborn.com adno=54538715 live life € enjoy color adno=54538907

PAGE 22

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 23 11OUR TOWN UPCOMING EVENTS€ Wednesday, July 18, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Collector Car Display, AAA South Port Charlotte Open House, 21229 Olean Blvd., Port Charlotte. Vintage (formerly Veteran) Motor Car Club of America, SW Florida Region will display a limited number of collector cars to help celebrate this event. Come by meet the staff, join a well-recognized auto club, receive a great deal on a trip or discuss insurance, the Big Red Bus and some other vendors will be there as well. VMCCA information, Don Royston at 941-626-4452. € Thursday, July 19, 4:30 to 8 p.m. Collector Car Display during Punta Gorda Downtown Merchants Alive After Five by Vintage (formerly Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region. (SW corner of Marion Avenue between the Big Blue Turtle and F.M. Dons.) Non-modified vehicles at least 20 years old and special interest cars welcome. Stores open late, free samplings of food and beverages, live music at various businesses. A fun evening! VMCCA information, Don or Lee Royston at 941-626-9359. € Information for Collector Car Events: Larry Day of Lee County has Cruise In and show information from Naples to Sarasota and east coast. Access his websitewww.larrycruisinlistswfl.com for all the details. € Also for similar but somewhat different hobby happenings log onto www. musclecarcity.net. € You may also contact the DJs: Tommy Brooks at 941-815-6204 or Randy Wright at 941-380-0650 of Toms Traveling Tunes. a neat 5-speed manual transmission which he proudly says can get out and go.Ž Theres also a very special Raven Black colored 1955 T-Bird with an interesting background. It belonged to Kevins older brother, Denny, who had a garage where he worked on his own cars. Kevin used to hang out there, increasing his knowledge of mechanics plus he considered it a privilege to help with the Thunderbird as it was a very coveted car. When Kevin was 15 years old, Denny was killed in an auto accident and the T-Bird was bought from the estate by another brother. Kevin told that brother if it was ever for sale, call him. He did and this special automobile has belonged to Kevin for 20 years, resulting in keeping Dennys spirit living on through Kevins love of classic cars. Enough about special transportation vehicles of yesteryear and on to their personal lives. Kevin was born and raised in Berkley, Michigan, near Detroit. He was the youngest of nine children, thus what the older boys did Kevin did also, including viewing the famous Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise which is over 20-plus miles long and has up to 30,000 motoring participants. Thus the young man was infatuated by fancy cars. His sister and brother-in-law gave him a 1956 Chevy BelAir that did not run. Kevin was determined to get it on the road so every spare minute and dollar went to that goal. It worked and soon that old Chevy was his wheels.Ž While attending a friends funeral wake, he met Diana and they both thought it was meant to be. After courting her, Kevin proposed resulting in marriage. Now 22 years later the couple are practically inseparable, living, working and enjoying life together as they did in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Donlons have two daughters who made Kevin and Diana grandparents of three little ones. To make a living, this multi-talented man became a master goldsmith and went on to be in the jewelery “eld all his life designing custom jewelry, setting stones, repairing any type of jewelry and sizing rings. You name it, he does it. During 2005 while on a second vacation at Manasota Key, he saw an ad in National Jewelers Magazine of a jewelry store in Englewood for sale. Being avid boaters and tired of the harsh winters they drove to Englewood for a looksee. Once back home, they sold out including seven of the 10 classic cars he had and within three months owned the store and also became residents in the area since 2005. Kevin can make a custom ring that represents the front clip of your car with or without diamonds for the headlights cast in 14 carat gold or silver. Wow! They invite readers of this article to stop by to talk about jewelry or to just say hi and meet their four-legged greeters,Ž a Pug named RubyŽ and a Shih Tzu who answers to PippiŽ there everyday. In addition to exquisite jewelry, Kevin has a passion for creating sculptures and furniture out of steel. This very interesting couple does what very few people have the talent, experience and desire to do. Diana herself is talented also as a writer, reporter and publisher in the print media “eld locally and elsewhere in the past. All this plus a housewife, homemaker, mother and grandmother yet still looks like a college girl. Were proud to have been able to inform readers of our column about their keeperŽ cars and businesses. Don Royston is president of the Vintage (formerly Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region and may be reached at 941-626-4452 or leekr42@embarqmail. com.ROYSTONFROM PAGE 8 SUN PHOTOS BY DON ROYSTONFront view showing Ruby Reds hood scoop of Kevin Donlons 1973 351 Cobra Jet Mustang. Dash, instrument panel and gauges with 5-speed transmission manual shifting lever on console of the 1973 351 Cobra Jet Mustang. The 351 cubic inch, 320 HP, Holly 650 Carb engine of the 1973 Cobra Jet Mustang. TODAY PG farmers market, 8-12 taylor & olympia 941391-4856. Fresh produce, olives, oils & vinegars, bakers, cheese, seafood and music and more!! Christmas In July, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 9am-3pm free admission. Over 80 vendors 941-625-4175. Outdoor Market, American Legion Post 103 Fri Sat Sun 9-12 Variety of Vendors year around for vendor info call 626-2569 Free Art Show, FREE Art Show at the Port Charlotte Fairgrounds this sat (14th) 10 til 3, Free parking, Show under roof, Culture Fest, International Culture Fest featuring live music, dance, food, exhibitors at Fishermens Village 10 am-4 pm. 639-8721 CCDems Club, 10:30 am 3596 Tamiami Tr, Sunnydell Plaza #102 Port Charlotte, FL 33952 941-2583542 Constitution amendments discussed. Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645 dinner 5-8 Bingo 1-4 open mic S & H Bingo, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 10:45am-3:30pm. Game packs start at $13. Over 25 games w/ payouts up to $250. 625-4175. Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch; 3pm Tiki; 5-8 Dinner; 6pm QnHrts; 6:30-9:30 Music/TaT2 @ 25538 Shore,PG,637-2606;mbrs&gsts Deep Creek Elks 2763, Deep Creek Elks 4-9:30pm Prime Rib, Fish & more 58pm Twice As Nice 6:30 9:30pm Reservations: 941-249-8067 SUNDAY Farmers Market, History Park Farmers Market open every Sunday 9am-1pm, 501 Shreve St., between Virginia Ave. & Henry St. 941-639-1887 Outdoor Market, American Legion Post 103 Fri Sat Sun 9-12 Variety of Vendors year around for vendor info call 626-2569 Christmas In July, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 10am-2pm free admission, over 80 vendors. 941-625-4175. Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645, breakfast 7:30-11 Funday with Linda NASCAR/Bargo 12-7 Prime Rib Dinner, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. Enjoy our $11.95 Prime Rib Dinner in Beaches Caf. Full menu also available. Punta Gorda Elks, 12pm Bar & Tiki open; 2-5 Funday Sunday, Music by Tiki Tom @ 25538 Shore,PG,637-2606; members & guests TODAY Free Art Show, Free Art Show at the Port Charlotte Fairgrounds this Sat. (14th) 10 til 3, Free parking, show under roof Spanish Story time, Bilingual stories, songs, & activities Ages 3-11.10:30 am 2nd Sat. Elsie Quirk Library, 100 W. Dearborn St., 861-5000 Cornhole 12:30pm, Corn hole sign up 12;30 games start 1pm $2 fee per game. Come solo or bring a buddy. Rotonda Elks members & guests Bingo, VFW 10178 Auxiliary 550 N. McCall Rd. Englewood 1:00 3:30 p.m. Public Welcome, 941-4747516 Indivisible Meeting, Englewood Indivisible Mtg. 3PM Sat. 7/14 at Elsie Quirk Library. 941-3122164. Resist the Trump agenda with us! Free Karaoke Night, Come and sing! Karaoke starts @ 6:30 pm. SUNDAY Eagles Breakfast, $7, 8:30-11:00 am, the Eagles, 250 Old Englewood Rd. 941-474-9802 Membership drive, open to the public Sunday Blue Plate, Chicken Salad $6:00 VFW Aux. 550 N. McCall Rd. 4:00 6:00 P.M. Dine In Carry Out Public Welcome. 941-474-7516 FC Blast Kids, BLAST Middle School Youth Group meets Sun. 5-7pm@140 Rot. Blvd. W. Join us for fun, food, games & Bible Study. 475-7447 Karaoke @ the Eagles, with Gil & Rhonda from 6-9 pm at the Eagles, 250 Old Englewood Rd, 941-474-9802. Member drive. Food available to 8 pm. Bingo Night, Bingo starts at 6:30 pm. Get lucky at the American Legion Post 113. MONDAY Crafting, Help us to craft items; bring lunch, we supply dessert at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St. 9:30 12:30 681-2048. Table Tennis, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9:30-12:30p. $2 to play! Partners in Play, Share meaningful play with your child ages 05 limit 12 families 10:15 or 11:45 Elsie Quirk Lib 100 W Dearborn 861-5000 Euchre, Euchre Every Mon & Wed @ l:00 PM VFW Post 10178, 550 N McCall Rd. (941)474-7516 Come join us! Ukulele Band, All levels of Ukulele play welcome, 2 PM Mondays, 941-786-5455 for info Doug Wings & Dancing, Wings dry & wet, burgers, salads & more 5-7pm Music: TAT2 6-9pm Members and guests Rotonda Elks Zumba Gold & Toning, Get fit while working out with Ricki to world music at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St, 6-7 pm, $7 each. 445-1310 TODAY Beginner Meditation, 10 am, Shannon Staub Library, 941-8611740, Learn to meditate. Ages 12 and up. Free. North Port Moose, Asian Extravaganza dinner special with choice of stir fried rice, teriyaki steak, general Tsos chicken and more! 5-7:30 North Port VFW, Members & Guests, 10AM-10PM Pool Table, Bowling and Jukebox...whats your pleasure. 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 AMVETS 2000 Euchre, Euchre 11:30-3:30pm $10 entre fee Karaoke by Greg Gage @ 7:30pm 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 Adult Boxing, USA Boxing. Self-defense, confidence, weight loss. Sat. 2-3at Morgan Center. $10. 239-292-9230. NPBOXCLUB@gmail. com American Legion, Post 254 Canteen Bingo, 2pm, 6648 Taneytown St. $1 per hand. Food available. Members and guests only. Parkinsons Boxing, NeuroChallenge Foundation endorsed. Balance, memory. Sat. 2-3 at Morgan Center. $10. 239-292-9230. NPBOXCLUB@gmail.com AMVETS 312 Dinner, 5:00-7:00 Beer-Can-Chicken W/Sides $9.00 ADV Tics Only by 07/10 Open Jukebox 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 SUNDAY Writers on the Air, Lucky amateur poets/authors interviewed. Sign up 2:30 Common Grounds Meeting Hall 12735 US-41 941-223-1262 AMVETS 2000 Special, BEST Breakfast in town, large menu to choose from only $7 incl/bev 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 AMVETS 312 Breakfast, 8:30-11:00 Great selection only $7.00 $1.00 Bloody Marys 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 North Port Moose, Sunday Funday with Kristin! Ship cap and crew 1-3! Bar food available all day and legionnaire discount day! North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Open 10AM-8PM, $0.25 off of drafts, domestic bottles & well drinks. 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 SOA Fry & Grill Day, Relax & let the SONS do the cooking a large menu to choose from 1-5pm 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 American Legion, Post 254, 6648 Taneytown St. Wings, 3-5pm. 10 Wings for $5! Members and guests only. Come on down! FC Blast Kids, BLAST Middle School Youth Group meets Sun. 5-7pm@140 Rot. Blvd. W. Join us for fun, food, games & Bible Study. 475-7447 MONDAY Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Join Brenda for a good work out & feel better. Mahjong, 9am-12:30 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Looking for more players. Will teach if interested. CHARLOTTE EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS The Community Calendar items are entered by the event organizers and are run as submitted.Ž To submit an item, go to www.yoursun.com, select an edition and click on the Community CalendarŽ link on the left. Click Submit Event,Ž and fill out the appropriate information. Voted Best Dental Implants 2017 3D Guided Dental Implant Placement Fixed Dentures € Same Day Crowns, Full Mouth Restorations € IV Sedation, Expert Teeth Whitening € Kybella Dr. Brent Beyer Dr. Charles DavisDr. Frank LewickiFacial Spa ServicesCall For Our Monthly SpecialNew Patients Welcome!1218 E Venice Ave., Venice, FL 34285941.488.1075www.venicedentist.com ADNO=54537419 Alvaro Miguel Bada, M.D.Board Certi“ ed General SurgeonServing Charlotte County and Surrounding AreasDr. Bada provides the following services:18308 Murdock Circle #101 Port Charlotte, FL 33948941.255.0069 www.badamd.comda Vinci Robotic Surgery Appendectomy Hernia Repair Breast Surgery Colon & Rectal Surgery Thyroid & Parathyroid Gallbladder Surgery Skin Cancer Surgery Hemorrhoid Surgery Endoscopy adno=50538488 S ur ge g ry y h yr y y y oid g er e er e y g g g g er er y y ge ge g ry ry adno=50538248 Convertible Top InstallationConvertible Top Installation and Seat Upholstery All Years 5530 Independence Court Punta Gorda, FL 33982941-639-0437www.hydroe.com

PAGE 23

Page 24 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 12LOCAL SPORTS LOCAL SPORTS Contact usBenjamin Baugh € Editor bbaugh@sun-herald.com or 941-206-1175 Jacob Hoag € Staff writer jhoag@sun-herald.com or 941-206-1122 EMAIL: sports@sun-herald.com FAX: 941-629-2085 SunCoast Sports NowWhen news breaks, we blog it at www.suncoast sportsnow.com Like us and share our photos on Facebook: facebook.com/ SunCoastSports Follow us on Twitter for live updates and breaking news: @SunCoastSports How to ƒSubmit a story idea: Email sports@sun-herald.com or call the sports department at 941-2061175. Must contain name, address and number. Report a high school result: Call 877-818-6204 or 941-206-1175. To report an error: Call the sports department at 941-206-1175 or email sports@sun-herald.com. PUNTA GORDA „ It was a battle of previous pickleball champions. This past Sunday the “nals of the Third Annual Gilchrist Summer League Tournament were held at Gilchrist Park. And in the end, the winners of the inaugural Gilchrist Summer League Tournament, the Big Guns, walked away with the seasonal championship. Four teams, composed of 14 members each, battled throughout the heat and humid conditions for six weeks, with their win-loss records determining their seed in what has become a hotly contestested and anticipated tournament. The Big Guns, Ninjas, Backhanders and Blues Brothers, found themselves vying for plaudits. The tournament has grown from its nascent stages, where there were 32 participants, expanding to 40 in 2017 and increasing to 56 for this years event. Its a summer activity,Ž said Dave Fox, the tournaments organizer, who keeps sophisticated statistics for the participants and teams involved in the tournament. Usually we start during Memorial Day weekend, and we end the Sunday after the Fourth of July. I had to turn people down (who wanted to participate).Ž The “rst seed, Big Guns, played the No. 4 seed the Blue Brothers. Ninjas, the No. 2 seed and defending champions, met the No. 3 seed the Backhanders. The winners, the Big Guns and Ninjas, played for the overall championship. It keeps growing,Žsaid Fox. We get more people in Punta Gorda that play Pickleball. Other people want to play in the tournament next year. Hopefully, well be at PicklePlex.Ž The depth of the players composing the rosters was impressive, and the tournaments participants ranged in age from 20 to 70, offering a competitive environment for those battling to take home the prestigious crown. Families are also part of the festivities, competing with or against one another, creating intense rivalries. There are opporutnities for all levels of players who wish to compete. You have people who are just starting and playing at the beginner level, they can play in this league,Ž said Fox. The league conducts an annual draft, with captains selecting the rosters of their respective teams. The organizers made sure that two courts were left open for people who werent playing in Sundays tournament. Prior to the finals, the players involved, played at different times of the day to accommodate their schedules, allowing for other players to make use of the courts at the park. The sports popularity has grown exponentially, and theres a need for more courts, so players of all levels can feel comfortable and be accommodated. PicklePlex at South Western State College would provide ample opportunity for those interested in playing Pickleball. Big Guns faster on the draw By BEN BAUGHSPORTS EDITOR PICKLEBALL: TOURNAMENT PHOTOS PROVIDEDThe Blues Brothers Sue Carman and Bert Peacher were a formidable force in mixed doubles. Melissa Shaer, Bert Peacher, Pete Reilly, Je Houhoulis, Je Gately, Nancy Morton, Sue Carman and Liz Ameruoso were part of the Blue Brothers roster. LOCAL SPORTS CALENDARGOLFThe West Charlotte County Republican Club will have a golf outing, set for a 9 a.m. July 21 at Lemon Bay Golf Club, 9600 Eagle Preserve Drive, Englewood. Cost is $85 per player by July 14, then $100 after. Registration includes players cocktail party from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. July 20 at Lemon Bay Golf Club, with two beer or wine tickets, hors doeuvres and live music, plus continental breakfast and lunch on the tournament day, door prizes and individual team prizes. There will be four $10,000 hole-in-one prizes. Foursomes, twosomes and individual golfers are welcome to play this four-player shamble format. Proceeds benefit the junior golf program at Lemon Bay Golf Club. For more information, contact Barb Peszko at 941-697-7592, or email joba9595@gmail.com, lcurtis43@msn.com or jolenedrexel@gmail. com. The Ryon D. Provencher Memorial Fund is accepting registration for the Provo Open 11 golf tournament set for July 14 at The Hills at Rotonda Golf & Country Club in Rotonda West. The format will be four-player bestball scramble. Cost is $90 per player or $350 per team, which includes green fees, cart, breakfast and lunch, drink cards and gift bags. There will be cash prizes, raffles, hole-in-one and longest-drive prizes. The Ryon D. Provencher Memorial Fund was established in 2007 to support local scholarship and youth programs in the Englewood community and beyond. The golf tournament is the funds primary fundraiser. For information about playing, donating or becoming a sponsor, contact Korey Provencher at koreyp@ gmail.com or 917-6870708. For updates, like the Ryon D. Provencher Memorial Fund on Facebook. adno=720058 Angie & Garys act showcases a wide variety of musical styles spanning the last fty years, with songs from such 50s and 60s artists as The Shirells, Patsy Cline, Dean Martin, and Frank Sinatra. They also perform hits from the 70s and 80s by artist like Dobie Gray Bette Midler and The Romantics Youll hear country classics from Patsy Cline and Kenny Rogers as well as modern favorites from Lonestar and Miranda Lambert They even play some much more recent pop songs from Los Lonely Boys Megan Trainor and John Legend There is truly something for everyone!All Seats Reserved$15-$20Taxes & Fees Included7:00pm Showtime Order online: www.SunEvents.comBy phone: (941) 625-4175 M-F 9am-2pmIn person: All sales nal. Please notify us at time of ticket purchase for any special needs seating requirements. William H. Wakeman, III Cultural Center Theater50 years of MEMORIES & RADIO HITS BY LEAD SINGERS FROM adno=720054

PAGE 24

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 25 CLASSIFIEDS 17745 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota941.922.2400 Prices are plus tax, tag, title & include rebates which are subject to change. Dealer also charges a pre-delivery service fee o f $799 which represents cost & pro“t to the dealer for items such as cleaning, inspecting & adjusting vehicles & preparing documents related to the sale or lease. D ealer not responsible for typographical errors. Vehicles may not be as pictured & are subject to prior sale. Financing is with approved credit. Residency rul es may apply. See dealer for details.www.SunsetDodgeChryslerJeep.comSERVICE HOURS: MON-SAT 7:00AM-6:00PM SALES HOURS: MON-FRI 8:30AM-7:00PM SAT 9:00AM-6:00PM Se habla Espaol, Bill Wagner 941-705-9095 NEW 2018 JEEP WRANGLER 4DR JK UNLIMITEDRemovable 3-Piece Hard Top, Voice Command w/ Bluetooth, 3.6L V-6, Command Trac Shift-on -theFly 4WD, Speed Control, 8-Speaker Sound System w Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Theft Deterrent, Fog Lamps, Sport Bar with Full Padding, Tilt Steering and much more. #J18452$28,999 SALE NEW 2018 DODGE JOURNEY SESeven Passenger Seating, Power Windows/Locks/ Mirrors, Speed Control, Sunscreen Glass, 6-Speaker Sound System w/Touch Screen Display & Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Remote Proximity Keyless GO, Theft Deterrent System, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel & more. #D18290$17,799 SALE NEW 2018 FIAT124 SPIDER CONVERTIBLEBest Sports Car for the MoneyŽ U.S. News & World ReportsŽ Turbo Charged Rear Wheel Drive with Near Perfect 50/50 Weight Distribution, Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Remote Keyless Entry, Speed Control, Aluminum Wheels and much more. #F1848$23,988 SALE NEW 2018 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LSave another $500 if you Own/Lease a non-FCA vehicle. SafetyTec Grp w/Blind Spot Monitoring & Rear Cross Path Detection, ParkSense Rear Park Assist w/Stop, Back-Up Camera, 7-Passenger, Rear A/C wi/Heater, Keyless Enter-NGo, Speed Control, Voice Command w/Bluetooth Price inc $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #C18168$23,999 SALE NEW 2018 CHRYSLER300 TOURING3.6L V-6, 8-Speed Automatic, Back-Up Camera, Aluminum Wheels, Keyless GO, HD Sat Radio w/6-Speaker Sound System, Speed Control, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Power Seat/Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Apple CarPlay/Google Android Capable, Automatic Temp Control & much more. #C18265$21,999 SALE NEW 2019 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDEBack-Up Camera, Keyless Entry, 17Ž Aluminum Wheels, Sat Radio, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Speed Control, Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Sunscreen Glass, Fog Lamps, Apple CarPlay/Google Android Capable & more. Price includes $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler, Own a Non-FCA Vehicle, Save another $500 #J1914$19,999 SALE NEW 2018 DODGE CHALLENGER SXT3.6L V-6 w/8-Speed Automatic, 18Ž Satin Carbon Aluminum Wheels, Uconnect Apple CarPlay & Android Capable, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, 6-Speakers, Back-Up Camera, Keyless Enter & GO, Theft Deterrent, Auto. Temperature Control, Power Seat/Windows/Locks/Mirrors & more. #D18178$23,599 SALE NEW 2018 RAM QUAD CAB3.6 V-6, 8-Speed Auto, Power Window & Locks, Spray-In Bedliner, Trailer Tow, Back-Up Camera, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Sat Radio w/6Speakers, Keyless Remotes, Speed Control, Popular Equipment Group & more. Price includes “nance bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #D18493$24,999 SALE MSRP $26,100 SAVE $6,101 MSRP $28,090 SAVE $4,491Kelly Blue Book & Consumers Digest Best Buy AwardMSRP $33,560 SAVE $8,561 Better Prices Bigger Selection*Prices are plus tax, tag, title. Dealer also charges a pre-delivery service fee of $799 which represents cost & pro“t to the d ealer for items such as cleaning, inspecting & adjusting vehicles & preparing documents related to the sale or lease. Dealer not responsi ble for typographical errors. Vehicles may not be as pictured & are subject to prior sale. Financing is with approved credit. Residency rules may apply. See dealer for details. 2018 Kelley Blue Book Brand Image Awards are based on the Brand Watch’ study from Kelley Blue B ook Strategic Insights. Resale Value Award calculated among non-luxury shoppers. Vehicles projected resale value is speci“c to th e 2018 model year. For more information, visit www.kbb..com. Kelley Blue Book is a registered trademark of Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc..7611 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34231 Sales: Mon-Fri 8:30 7 € Sat 9-6 941-925-1234 € www.sunsetsubaru.com 2018 SubaruFORESTER 2.5iAlloy Wheel Pkg. 2.5i. Symmetrical All Wheel Drive, Automatic Transmission, Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors, Backup Camera, Speed Control, Bluetooth Phone Connectivity, Tilt Telescoping Steering Wheel, Remote Keyless Entry, MP3/CD, 6-Speakers, & Much More! JFB-02 #U18770SALE $23,999 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 48 Months 2018 Subaru Impreza2.0i 4DR All Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more. JJA-01 #U18567Lease as low as$155/mo.36 months 10,000 miles per year $1,999 due at signing No Security DepositOr Purchase for$18,999 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 60 Months 2018 SubaruOUTBACK 2.5iAutomatic. All Wheel Drive,APPLE CARPLAY/ DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more. JDB-01 #U18945SALE $25,999 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 48 Months on OUTBACK 2018 SubaruCROSSTREK 2.0iAll Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/DROIDAUTO, Power Windows Locks/Mirrors, Bluetooth Phone Connectivity, Back-Up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm And Much More. JRA-01 #J9351904SALE $21,999 NEW SERVICE HOURS: MON-SAT 7-6 € TECHNICIANS NEEDED 4 Day Work Week Higher PayBetter Bene“ts SUNSET MASERATI ALFA ROMEO OF SARASOTAAlfa Romeo has earned and sustained its place as one of automotives most revered names for over a century. Fueled by passion, daring invention and proven track records, Alfa Romeo continues its evolutionary strides for the pure driver in you. Sunset Maserati Alfa Romeo of Sarasota7641 S Tamiami Trail Sarasota 941-924-8822www.alfaromeoofsarasota.com*Vehicle Prices Listed Are Plus Tax, Tag And Title. Prices Include Rebates. Dealer Also Charges A Pre-Delivery Service Fee Of $ 799 Which Represents Cost And Pro“t To The Dealer For Items Such As Cleaning, Inspecting And Adjusting New And Used Vehicles And Preparin g Documents Related To The Sale Or Lease. Dealer Not Responsible For Typographical Errors. Vehicles May Not Be As Pictured And Ar e Subject To Prior Sale. Financing Is With Approved Credit. Residency Rules May Apply. See Dealer For Details. All New 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio RWD starting at $37,999Alfa Romeos Stelvio combines a luxury SUV with an innate sense of dynamic swerve and dashing style. The Stelvio takes the modern compact luxury crossover in all its elephantine two-box blandness and injects it with personality, verve, and panache. And although there are people haulers and people haulers that haul a**, none do the latter with such glamour as the Stelvio. Damn, this thing looks good.Ž Motor Trend June 2017Hands down the best pure sport sedan you can buy today.Ž Motor TrendNew 2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia RWD starting at $37,999Lease Special $479 per month,36mo/10K per year.$2,995 Total Due at Signing including tax, tag and all fees. No security deposit w/approved credit. Lease Special $479 per month,36mo/10K per year$2,995 Total Due at Signing including tax, tag and all fees. No security deposit w/approved credit#A18114 # A1850 MSRP $30,340 SAVE $8,341 MSRP $23,890 SAVE $6,091 Subaru is Kelley Blue Books 2018 Most Trusted Brand Subaru Impreza & Subaru WRX have the best resale value in their class, according to Kelley Blue Book. All 2018 Subaru models with EyeSight and Steering Responsive Headlights are an IIHS Top Safety Pick. Top Gear Magazine named the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio The Best Car in the WorldŽ 80 WRANGLERS IN STOCK. adno=54539182

PAGE 25

Page 26 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 CLASSIFIEDS You cant catch them if you dont know where they are! Check out the Fish Finder every Thursday,only in WaterLine,only in You cant catch them if you dont know where they are! Check out the Fish Finder every Thursday,only in WaterLine,only in You cant catch them if you dont know where they are! Check out the Fish Finder every Thursday,only in WaterLine,only in 2 LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES AND THRIFT STORESFood Pantries:€ Community Life Center, 19048 Edgewater Drive, Port Charlotte, 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. every two weeks on Thursdays. For more information, call 941-629-0999. € Discipleship Driven Ministries, 4040 Tamiami Trail (at the end of the U.S.41 Access Road at Gardner Drive), Port Charlotte, 1p.m. to 4p.m. Mondays only. For more information, call 941-764-8458. € Englewood East Church of Christ, 9600 Gulfstream Blvd., Englewood, 10 a.m. to noon the third Saturday of each month. Visit engchurch.org or call 941-574-4973. € Englewood Helping Hand, 700 E. Dearborn St., Englewood, behind Englewood United Methodist Church, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Financial Assistance is by appointment only. For information, 941-474-5864, www.englewoodhelpinghand.org. € First Baptist Church, 459 Gill St., Punta Gorda, 9a.m. to noon Tuesdays. The ministry includes free nonperishable food items and incidentals. For more information, call 941-639-3857. € Harry Chapin Mobile Food Pantry, Sacred Heart Church parking lot, 211 W. Charlotte Ave., Punta Gorda, 10 a.m. to noon on the fourth Thursday of each month. Fresh produce and other healthy food; take a bag or box to carry food. € Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 2565 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, 9a.m. to noon on Monday and Wednesday. For more information, call 941-625-5262. € Lutheran Church of the Living Waters, 12475 Chancellor Blvd., Port Charlotte. Free dinner from 4p.m. to 6p.m. the first and third Thursdays of each month. For more information, call 941-625-8090. € Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, 411 E. Charlotte Ave., Punta Gorda. Free hot meals served 10 a.m. to noon on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Food pantry hours 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays. For more information, call 941-637-7743. € Pilgrim United Church of Christ, 24515 Rampart Blvd., Port Charlotte, 10a.m. to noon on the second and fourth Mondays. For more information, call 941-6292633 or 941-764-9471. € Praise Tabernacle, 18350 Edgewater Drive, Port Charlotte, 9:30a.m. to 10:30a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Baked goods such as breads, cookies, cakes. Other items by appointment only. For more information, call 941-766-9995. € Salvation Army, 2120 Loveland Blvd., Port Charlotte. 10:30a.m. to noon and 1p.m. to 3p.m., every Wednesday until further notice. For more information, call 941-6295950, ext. 402. € San Antonio Catholic Church, St. Vincent de Paul Ministry, 24445 Rampart Blvd., Port Charlotte, 9 a.m. to noon every Wednesday and Friday to provide food and basic necessities to families in need. For more information, call 941-235-1254. € St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, St. Vincent de Paul Ministry, 21505 Augusta Ave., Port Charlotte, 9 a.m. to noon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Providing food and basic necessities for families in need of help. For more information, call 941-625-9784. € St. Davids Jubilee Center, 401 S. Broadway, Englewood, 10 a.m.noon Monday through Friday, and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesdays. Clothing Closet is open from 10 a.m. to noon the first Saturday of each month. For information, call 941-474-3140 or 941-6813550 or find it on Facebook. € St. James Episcopal Church, 1365 Viscaya Drive, Port Charlotte, 10a.m. to 1p.m. every first and third Friday. Charlotte County residents only. For more information, call 941-627-4000. € The First Presbyterian Church, 2230 Hariet St., Port Charlotte, 9a.m. to 11a.m. the first and third Tuesday and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month. For more information, call 941-625-5045. € Trinity United Methodist Church, 23084 Seneca Ave. (corner of Parmely Street and Seneca Avenue, behind KFC), Charlotte Harbor, 10:30a.m. to 12:30p.m. every Wednesday. The programs serve those in need and those qualified for the USDA food distribution program. For more information, call 941-625-3372. € Wintergarden Presbyterian Church, 18305 Wintergarden Ave, Port Charlotte, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Wednesday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Friday. They will also be opening Charlotte Countys first 24-hour emergency food pantry at the same location starting May 30. For more information, call 941-467-5425.Thrift Stores€ Bargain Boutique, First United Methodist Church, 507 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda, 10a.m. to 4p.m., Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. For more information, call 941-505-0794. € Christ Community United Methodist Church, 27000 Sunnybrook Road, Harbour Heights, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through May, hours are 10a.m. to 1p.m. Free community soup and sandwich supper from 5p.m. to 7p.m. each Monday. For more information, call 941-629-1593. € Edgewater Methodist Shoppe, 19190 Cochran Blvd., Port Charlotte, 11a.m. to 4p.m. Monday through Friday. Donations accepted and tax receipts given. For more information, call 941-625-3039. € Englewood Family Store, 3325 S. Access Road, Englewood. Tuesday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 941-460-3638. € Gods Precious Gifts Inc., 228 E. Ann St., Punta Gorda. 9a.m. to 2p.m. on Saturdays on the fourth and fifth Saturdays. For more information, call 941-661-7332. € Heaven Cent Boutique, Cleveland United Methodist Church, 28038 Cleveland Ave., Punta Gorda. Summer hours are 10a.m. to 6p.m. on Fridays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. For more information, call 941-639-2775. € Jesus Loves You Ministry Inc., 1734 Cedarwood St., Port Charlotte, 10a.m. to 2p.m. Wednesday through Saturday through season. For more information or to arrange pickup of large donations, call 941-661-8117. € Port Charlotte Seventh-day Adventist, 2036 Loveland Blvd., 9a.m. to 12:30p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. For more information, call 941-629-0398. € Punta Gorda Family Store, 1048 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda. Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 941-637-1981. € St. Davids Episcopal Thrift Shop, Bealls Outlet shopping center, 485 S. Indiana Ave., Englewood. Open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays. Call 941-474-1047 for more information. „ Compiled by Sherri Dennis. Specializing In...Annual Rentals€ Venice Gardens Duplex, 2/1, Carport, Lanai, Lake View..................................................... $900 mo € North Port Home, 3/2/2, Cathedral Ceilings, Pet Friendly ............................................. $1,250 mo € Venice Island Condo, 3/2, Lanai, Close to Beach .................................................................... RENTED € Jacaranda West Home, 2/2/2, Screened Lanai ....................................................................... RENTED € Venice Island Home, 3/2, private pool, pet friendly, close to beach .......................... $2,200 moLET US MANAGE YOUR PROPERTY € www.rentalcompanyofvenice.com Since 1991 € 941-484-7644 adno=54537302 IDEALLY LOCATED! NORTH PORT € 7956 HYDE PARK AVE.Perfect “ rst home, retirement haven or investment. 2/1/1 1100sf block home in the heart of North Port, just one street behind the library in a lovely, quiet neighborhood. City water and sewer. Not in ” ood zone! Security system. $117,700 Patty Gillespie 941-875-2755 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY NEW CUSTOM HOME! 1493 NAVIGATOR RDBeautiful New Construction Home on Deep Creek Golf Course. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3 car garage. 2,000 sq ft. with all custom upgrades $299,900 941-626-7682 OPEN SAT. & SUN 12PM-4PM 342 MONACO DR. PUNTA GORDA ISLES3/2.5/2 3,300 sf. Waterfront home. Custom In“ nity Pool w/ Waterfall & Custom In“ nity Stone Spa. LP Gas Throughout. $725,000 (518) 810-5070 or (863) 529-3736 OPEN SUNDAY 1:30-3:30 PORT CHARLOTTE € 14518 BRIDGEVIEWRiverwood. Turn-key furnished with million dollar view in gated golf community! Magni“ cent 1800sf 3/2/2 heated pool home with extended lanai on the premier oversized lake-front and golf-view lot. Gorgeous sunset view! Electronic hurricane shutters. Port Charlottes most prestigious address $489,900 Patty Gillespie 941-875-2755 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY FOR SALE BY OWNER PUNTA GORDA 29200 JONES LOOP RD #5172/2 Plus Den, 4 Car Carport, 1680 sf, Open Concept, Newly Updated Decor, Partially Furnished, New Roof 2017. On Golf Course & Water. Large Lanai. $109,900 614-560-4784 PINNACLE OF LUXURY IN PARADISE PUNTA GORDA SAY WOW To This 2 Story 4/5.5/2 Estate On 30 Acres Incl. Freestanding 2 Story Garage With 2 In-Law Apts. & Detached 1 Story Home. Private Boat Ramp, Natural Spring, Security Cameras, Gated, Granite, 10-20 Ceilings, Travertine, Marble, Onyx, & So Much More!! $4,500,000 Stefanie Pish 941-716-1334 GARDENS OF GULF COVE! GREAT FAMILY HOME! $199,999VA, FHA Move in ready! 6481 Thorman Rd. 33981 2000 sf 3/2/2 2004 Built Ron DeNichilo Cell 201-390-9544 who25@yahoo.com Keller Williams Realty Gold LAKESIDE POOL HOME 4 SPORTSMAN LANE Rotonda. Lakeside 2,577 Sq. Ft. Cus tom Pool Home. New Roof, Granite, Oversized Lot! $349K CALL TERRY LONG Always Long On Service With KW Realty Gold To View Or See What Your Home Is Worth In This Market! 941-830-2347 MAPLE LEAF ESTATES 743 NIPIGON TRAIL € PORT CHARLOTTE Resident owned, Gated, Gol“ ng Community, 4 pools 2016 manufactured home, 1674 sq ft overall, Open Plan 2BR+ DEN/OFFICE Vaulted Ceilings, Wood/plank Ceramic Floors, Spacious Granite Kitchen. $177,400 Barb Collins 941-268-0505 Allison James Homes UNRIVALED OPPORTUNITY PORT CHARLOTTE 15349 MILLE FIORE BLVD. S-o-o-o MUCH for so little! WATERFRONT with ULTIMATE PRIVACY in NW Port Charlottes expanding Gate Community of Villa Milano. Spectacular custom 1-owner Mediterranean design, 2200 SF LIGHT, BRIGHT, open great room concept with formal dining room, 3 BR + Den/Of“ ce. Low HOA ($98/mo) $325K Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 REDUCED COASTAL CAPE HAZE CONDO LUXURY CONDO2B/2BA w/oversized private garage. Totally refurbished! New appliances, all new tropical furniture & accessories. Turn-key ready. Pristine gated resort, pool, spa, clubhouse & lots more. Minutes to beach & bay. $174,900 941-769-0200 VACATION / SEASONAL RENTAL RENT THE BEST LIKE NEWŽ LARGE 2 BED / 2 BATH W/PRIVATE GARAGE, BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED, HEATED POOL. COASTAL CAPE HAZE AREA. SO CLOSE TO MANY BEACHES & BAY. LARGE DECK W/LAKE VIEW. 941-7 69-0200 PREPARE TO FALL IN LOVE! 5156 SAGO PALM, RD., NORTH PORT BLESSED WITH A LARGE FAMILY? Spectacular custom 2400 SF 4/3/3 w/ formal living-dining area divided, + 18'x22' family room, breakfast nook, 11'x14' screened/tiled lanai + 12'x14' open patio, on lushly landscaped oversized corner lot. NO DEED RESTRICTIONS! NOT IN FLOOD ZONE! Available NOW! Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 Call Us To Sell Your Home In The Showcase Of Homes Call (941) 429-3110 Sun-Classi“ eds.com Find Your Home Todayadno=50520475

PAGE 26

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 27 CLASSIFIEDS 3 C B C C C D C D C C C A Serving South of Venice No Job Too Big or Too Small!Licensed & Insured CRC 1327653(941) 629-4966 A Lic. # 123956Ins.# VGMD1014G5136-1 Various Lengths 12Ž thru 32Ž € Over 25 Years Experience EXPERT RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL RENOVATIONS Visit:www.blueparrotconstruction.com Well Established & Many References D D The State of Florida Requires all Contractors to be Registered or Certi“ed. Be advised to Check License Numbers with the State by Calling1-850-487-1395 or on the Web at D E HILL TOBACCO 941-249-8916 Florida Qualied Business QB #60655 State Certied #SC131149736 SCREEN ROOMS CARPORTS SHEDS ENTRYWAYS PAN ROOFS COMPLETE ROOFS VINYL WINDOWS S S M MS S S TS S T TS S S D S DS S DS S S YS S Y YS S S S FS S F FS S S S FS S F FS S S S W S S W W S S S ACRYLIC WINDOWS CONCRETE STORM PANELS AWNINGS SIDING RESCREENS REPAIR & SERVICE 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN ALUMINUM CONTRUCTION Serving Charlotte & Sarasota Counties 5 5 5 5 BEST PRICES IN TOWN N N O O RO O OM OM OM O E E E EN N R R R R O O RO RO O O O O O O M M M M M M S S MS MS Y C C CR Y A A A C AC ACR A A A C AC AC CR CR CR Y YL L L CW C R R Y Y Y YL YL YL LI LI LI C I C C C W W W N W W I I I N N DO D D O S S T T T T T P P P P P P P R R I C C E S S N N T T T T T T O O O O O O W S T T P P P P P P R R R R S S T T S T T T T P P P P P P P P P R R R R R R I I C C E E E S S I I I N N N T T T O O O O O W I I I I N N N N T T T T T T O T T T T O O O O O O O W W O W W a a a at t t t t t t Phone: 941-627-9244 Visit us at ALUMASERV.NET Home Watch Services Now Available.www.mrscleaningup.com941-204-8057Licensed & Insured Mrs. Cleaning UpDeep Clean Your Home From Top To Bottom Inside Out! Starting from$99Initial Clean$20 OHouse Clean Specials! Weekly Bi-weekly Move-Ins Move Outs ReferencesLic. Ins. 941-769-4455 PRO PATH CONCRETE C ONCRET C O O N C R RET R E T T E A A A A C C C C C A Dadno=718472

PAGE 28

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 29 CLASSIFIEDS 5 R S R C R T P P T T P P Lic. / Ins. 941-661-7897Serving all areas Mosquitos conjuring near you? 941-303-3252 Call for a FREE estimate Licensed & Insured 10% OFF $500 OR MORE WITH COUPON MATHEWS TREE SERVICESPECIALIZES IN DANGEROUS LIMB & TREE REMOVALS TILES BY FRANK, INC.FRANK S. CORRADO Owner941-307-9507 Its not a JOB when you do something you LOVE over 22 YearsLic. # CCC1329187 Expert Roof Repairsat prices you can aordLicensed and Insured Call Roger2 Years unlimited Guarantee on Leaks RICH LANDERS STUCCO, INC.( 941 ) 497-4553New Construction & Remodels Rusted bands & Wire Lath Repair.Spraycrete & More! Semi-Retired Reasonable RatesLicensed and Insured CFC1429017 LARRYS PLUMBING941-484-5796 W The State of Florida Requires all Contractors to be Registered or Certi“ed. Be advised to Check License Numbers with the State by Calling1-850-487-1395 or on the Web at W P T T T T R R R R R R R R R T T R P P Tadno=718474

PAGE 29

Page 30 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 \ 1000REAL ESTATEWe Are Pledged To The Letter And Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achievement Of Equal Housing Opportunity Throughout The Nation. We Encourage And Support An Affirmative Advertising And Marketing Program In Which there Are No Barriers To Obtaining Housing Because of Race, Color, Religion, Sec, Handicap, Familial Status Or National Origin.Ž REAL EST A TE 1010 16501010Open House 1015 Real Estate Auctions 1020Homes/General For Sale 1030Waterfront Homes For Sale 1031 Foreclosures For Sale 1035 Golf Course Community For Sale 1040Condos/Villas For Sal e 1060Townhouses For Sale 1070Duplexes For Sale 1075Tri-Plex For Sale 1080Apartments For Sale 1090Mobile Homes For Sal e 1100Interval Ownership 1100 Out of Area Homes For Sale 1115Trade/Exchange 1120Wanted To Buy RENT 1205 Lease Option 1210 Homes 1240Condos/Villas 1280 Townhouses 1300Duplexes 1320Apartments 1330Hotel/Motel 1340Mobile Homes 1345Misc. Rentals 1350Efficiencies 1360Room ToRent 1370Rentals To Share 1390Vacation/Seasonal 1420Wanted To Rent LOTS 1500Lots & Acreage 1515Waterfront 1520Out Of Area Lots 1530Commercial Lots 1540Trade/Exchange BUSINESS 1600Business For Sale 1610Business Rentals 1615Income Property 1620 Commercial/ Industrial Prop. 1640Warehouse & Storage 1650Farm/Ranches 1010 OPEN HOUSE 07/14/18 10578 RIVERSIDE RD PORT CHARLOTTE, FL 33981 OPEN BY APPT.UNIQUE ONE OF A KIND SAILING COMPOUND A SAILORS DREAM GORGEOUS3 BEDROOM2.5 BATH4 CARGARAGEHOME WITHHEATEDPOOL& SPAND OVER2,550 SFUNDERAC OF LIVINGSPACE(3284SFTOTAL) A 160 CONCRETESEAWALL, 145 OFDOCKINCLUDING2 BOATLIFTS. IFSAILINGAND LIVINGONTHEWATERISYOUR DREAM, THISISYOURDESTINATION.FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 ADVANTAGE REALTY INC.OPEN HOUSE TODAY11AM 2PM217 Rotonda Blvd N. Rotonda $389,000 Beautiful turnkey furnished home in Rotonda. Large 3/2/2 with Pool. (776 to So on Sunnybrook Blvd. continues onto Rotonda Blvd N.)941-255-5300 800-940-5033www.eraportcharlotte.com OPEN SUN. 1PM-3PM 17268 ACAPULCORD. UNIT223 PUNTAGORDA. 3/2 CONDOINBURNTSTORELAKES. MANYUPGRADES! $179,900. RITAD`ANTONA941-740-0927 RE/MAXOFMARINAPARK GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! PORT CHARLOTTE SAT. 10-2 4256 WOODDUCKRD. 2/1 INVESTMENTPROPERTY! WATERFRONTSAILBOATACCESS INELJOBEAN. $166,500. www.4256woodduckroad.com TRACICREIGHTONKELLERWILLIAMSREALTYGOLD302-542-9910 1010 OPEN HOUSE ENGLEWOOD SAT., 7/14, 12PM…3PM SUN., 7/15, 12PM…3PM 6585 MANASOTA KEY RD. $1,075,000. Private hideaway w/100 Ft bayside frontage. Main house w/2BR 2BA, updated Kit. Plus guest house w/2 BR 1 BA. Spectacular. Jeffrey Ament 941-539-2338 Alan Craig941-303-3876 SUN., 7/15, 12PM…3PM 87 CAYMAN ISLES BLVD. $499,900. Quality built Thompson home. Private waterfront setting. Lg LR/DR combo plus oversized Kit. w/42Ž cabinets. Tons of builder upgrades. Janet Shawen941-882-2398 SUN., 7/15, 11AM…2PM 30 S BUENA VISTA AVE. $140,000. Located in active Alemeda Isles community. Large model, 2/2 w/FR & LR, replaced appliances & new roof in 2017. Liz Merlino941-661-4717 PORT CHARLOTTE SUN., 7/15, 1PM…3PM 2468 QUAIL TERR. $424,900. Gulf Cove waterfront home is just minutes from Charlotte Harbor and beyond! Updated kit, lg dock, lift & deck plus more! Bob & Darlene Gravatt 941-391-3989 SUN., 7/15, 10AM…2PM 532 WABASH TERR. $291,500. Beautiful, well-maintained waterfront pool home w/ spectacular views of abundant wildlife. John MitanaIII 941-268-0776 LAKE SUZY SAT., 7/14, 10AM…2PM 12543 SW KINGS ROW $294,900. Beautiful lakefront home in desirable Lake Suzy Estates. Vaulted ceilings, split bedrooms, lots of lake views from several rms. Stunning sunsets! John Mitana, III 941-268-0776 NORTH PORT SAT., 7/14, 12PM…3PM 2725 ARUGULA $279,900. 3/2/2 open floor plan, tiled floors in desirable Cypress Falls 55+ community. Raffle, beverages & snacks provided! Anthony & Karen BuccitellI 941-233-8079 SAT., 7/14, 12PM…3PM 1378 MUSIC LN. $229,500. Gorgeous, well maintained 3/2/2 plus office/den. Nestled in quiet neighborhood, close to shopping & restaurants. Patricia Upp-Miller 810-691-0692 PUNTA GORDA SAT., 7/14, 11:30AM…2:30PM 7116 MIKASA DR. $269,500. Huge price reduction. Over $60,000 in upgrades. 4/2/2 salt water heated pool w/screened lanai & paver deck. Marie Sellitto941-626-3770 SAT., 7/14, 11AM…2PM 7225 ALLAMANDA LN. $219,900. 3/2/2 w/formal LR & DR, open kit./FR combo. Split floor plan, large lanai w/ view of the greenbelt. Mary Lou Zett 941-380-2598 NEEDCASH? OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITYLocation, location, location with the best corner in Rotonda West the premiere subdivision of Charlotte County. Land, plans, blueprints, engineering and a Real Estate brokerage. $250,000.00 Principals Only! FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 Venice Jacaranda West Open Sunday 1-4pm 1724 Coral Sands Court 2/2/2 All New windows, Roof & AC. Painted in & out. Move-in Ready. Will consider lease purchase. $247,000 For sale by owner 941-492-5050 1010 OPEN HOUSE FIVE STAR REALTY OPEN HOUSEStop by Five Star Realty to pick up a home tour flyer with directions.ŽSATURDAY 7/14/2018: 740 Hollyhill Court, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 11:00AM-1:00PM 750 Hollyhill Court, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 11:00AM-1:00PM 46 Madre De Dios Street, Punta Gorda, FL 33983, 1:00PM-3:00PM 1750 Jamaica Way #213, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 1601 Park Beach Circle #116/6, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 2:00PM-4:00PM 281 Skylark Lane NW, Port Charlotte, FL 33952, 2:00PM-4:00PM SUNDAY 7/15/2018: 18475 Limberlos Avenue, Port Charlotte, FL 33948, 12:00PM-2:00PM 528 Marseilles Court, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 12:00PM-2:00PM 46 Madre De Dios Street, Punta Gorda, 33983, 1:00PM-3:00PM 822 Monaco Drive, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 2:15PM-4:00PM 214 Stanhope Street, Port Charlotte, FL 33954, 3:00PM-5:00PM F OR MORE INFORMATION AND PHOTOS VISIT : WWW FIVESTARREALTY COM / BLOG / AREYOUONLINE? INCREASEYOUR EXPOSURE! Addyourinternetaddress toyouradforalittleextra! PORT CHARLOTTE OPEN SUN., 1:30-3:30PM 14518 Bridgeview (Riverwood) BETTER THAN NEW, TURNKEY FURNISHED, WITH MILLLION-$$ VIEW IN GATED GOLF COMMUNITY! Magnificent 1800 SF 3/2/2 heated pool home with extended lanai on premier oversized lake-front and golf view lot. Gorgeous sunset views! On cul-de-sac at end of tranquil tree-lined street, within waking distance of community center, fitness center, golf shop and on-site restaurant. Electronic hurricane shutters & MORE! PORT CHARLOTTE'S MOST PRESTIGIOUS ADDRESS! $489,900 Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, OR LOT? WE CAN HELP YOU. Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 150,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special. Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! 4 SPORTSMAN LANE, ROTONDA. LAKESIDE2,577 SQ. FT. CUSTOMPOOLHOME. NEWROOF, GRANITE,OVERSIZEDLOT! $349K CALLTERRYLONGALWAYSLONGONSERVICEWITHKW REALTYGOLD TOVIEWORSEEWHATYOUR HOMEISWORTHINTHISMARKET! 941-830-2347 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE PORT CHARLOTTE 1137 Barbour Ave. 33948 3 bed / 2.5 bathroom Pool Home $134,900 941-276-5132 PORT CHARLOTTE 14518 Bridgeview (Riverwood) BETTER THAN NEW, TURNKEY FURNISHED, WITH MILLLION-$$ VIEW IN GATED GOLF COMMUNITY! Magnificent 1800 SF 3/2/2 heated pool home with extended lanai on premier oversized lake-front and golf view lot. Gorgeous sunset views! On cul-de-sac at end of tranquil tree-lined street, within waking distance of community center, fitness center, golf shop and on-site restaurant Electronic hurricane shutters & MORE! PORT CHARLOTTE'S MOST PRESTIGIOUS ADDRESS! $489,900 Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2 SAILBOATWATERFRONTPOOLHOME! ONLYMINUTESTOCHARLOTTEHARBOR, FANTASTICWATERVIEWOFLAKE, WELLMAINTAINED! $379,000 BARBMCHENRY941-833-1667COLDWELLBANKERSUNSTARREALTY ROTONDA WEST FSBOFairway Rd. 2058 SF + Office, + extra Lot, Large Lap Pool, Fenced, Paver Patio, Golf Course, All Tile, Secluded, No Flood Zone. 8 Doors, Plantation Shutters, Crown Molding. $325,000941-999-8623 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES GARDENS OF GULF COVE GREATFAMILYHOME!$199,999 VA, FHA Move in ready! 6481 Thorman Rd. 33981 2000 sf 3/2/2 2004 Built Ron DeNichilo Cell 201-390-9544 rwho25@yahoo.com Keller Williams Realty Gold PORT CHARLOTTE 4/4/2 BOATERS DREAM! Well-maintained waterfront pool home. Handicapped friendly. $494,500 Jackie Thornberry Harbor Coast Realty 941-740-4580 PORT CHARLOTTE Stunning 4/3/2 Waterfront SALTWATER POOL & SPA Home w/ Great Room, Split Bedroom Floor Plan, Gourmet Kitchen w/ Aquarium Window Breakfast Nook. Fabulous Master Bedroom w/ Separate Shower, Dual Sinks and Garden Tub! Upgrades Galore! Situated on a Dead End Street, this Location Offers a Peaceful, Natural Setting w/ Wildlife, Birds & Tranquility of Living on the Water. 1 Year Home Warranty at Closing! $348,900 Sharon Kerr 941-286-7315 Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty PUNTA GORDA-SAYWOWTOTHIS2 STORY4/5.5/2 ESTATEON30 ACRESINCLUDESFREESTANDING2 STORYGARAGE WITH2 IN-LAWAPTS. & DETACHED1 STORYHOME. PRIVATEBOATRAMP, NATURALSPRING, SECURITYCAMERAS, GATED, GRANITE, 10-20 CEILINGS, TRAVERTINE, MARBLE, ONYX, & SO MUCH MORE!! COMEANDSEETHEPINNACLE OFLUXURYINPARADISE! $4,500,000. STEFANIEPISH, 941-7161334 COLDWELLBANKERSUNSTAR 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES WHO YOU GONNA CALL?Since 1975 Only OneCompany and One BrokerOwner Still Stand: Century 21 Aztec & & Rick Page 941-815-2199 1040 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR SALE COASTAL CAPE HAZE LUXURY CONDO STUNNING2B/2BA W/PRIVATEGARAGE. TOTALLY REFURBISHED! NEWAPPLIANCES,ALLNEWTROPICAL FURNITURE& ACCESSORIES. TURN-KEYREADY. PRISTINE GATEDRESORT, POOL, SPA,CLUBHOUSE& LOTSMORE. MINUTESTOBEACH& BAY, $174,900. 941-769-0200 ABargainHunters Delight Checkthe ClassifiedsFirst! AWhole Marketplaceof Shoppingisrightat your Fingertips! PUNTA GORDA Pristine Resort Condo 2/2 PRV Garage, low HOA fees in Vivante. Stainless, Updated, Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring, 2 Lrg Master. $239,900 Barb Brooks, Integrity Real Estate of Florida Inc. 941-286-8669 Get $1000 off your Closing. To Advertise in The Showcase of Homes Please Call 866-463-1638 or Email; special@sunnewspapers.net 1090 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE ENGLEWOOD 2bdrm/1bath 14 Wide, 55+ Park, No Dogs, Low Lot rent. Close to Town. $16,000 941-474-2007 PUNTA GORDA1/1 w/ Large Lanai in Punta Gorda RV Resort. Community Pool, Hot Tub, Clubhouse, Coin Washer & Dryer. $14,600. 941-666-1757 VENICE RANCH MOBILE HOME ESTATESWALKING DISTANCE TO PUBLIX & CVS No Dogs, Cats ok! Call Mike 941-488-5672 www.VeniceRanch.com $25,000, 24x36, 2bd, 2 bath, Furnished. Handyman Special 24x36, 2/2 with screen room. As is $8,000 1095 MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE NEW 3/2 DblWide Delivered & Set-Up on Your Lot w/ Skirting, Steps & Air! Only $56,795. + Tax. Financing For ALL Credit Scores Avail! Prestige Homes, Punta Gorda 941-637-1122 1095 MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE SAVE 25% UP TO $25,000 OFF THE PURCHASE OF YOUR NEW HOME! 55+ COMMUNITYW/ AMENITIES! 701 AQUIESTADRPUNTAGORDA, 33950 BUTTONWOODVILLAGE.COM941-212-1516 1210 HOMES FOR RENT CAPE HAZE RESORT, 2Bed/2 Bath, Furnished. Aug-Oc t $1400/mo, Nov-Dec $2000 / mo All Included. 941-268-8968 ENGLEWOOD/ROTONDA Lg. 3/2/2 Screen Lanai on canal, New tile, carpet & paint $1600 2/2 Condo 2 to choose from $950 and upWEST COAST/ PROPERTY Mgmt 941-473-0718www.rentalsflorida.net NEED A RENTAL Paradise Properties & Rentals, Inc 941-625-RENT NORTH PORT Do you need a Transition Home? 3/2/2, No Smoking, 5 month minimum. Call Keith at 941-313-1375 PORT CHARLOTTE 3397 Croton Terr 2BR/1BA $1100/mo 1st + 2 mth sec dep. Mary 941-626-0125 PORT CHARLOTTE Executive Sailboat 3/2/2 Grassy Point $2200/mo. 2/2/1 Furnd, Pool $1200/mo All Beautifully Furnd, NO Smoking 941-628-0941 1240 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR RENT ENGLEWOOD 1/1.5 Quails Run unfurnished garden apartment with updated kitchen. Rent includes; water, sewer, trash, basic cable. $900/mo 330-948-2544 PORT CHARLOTTE/LAKE SUZY 13370 SW Pembroke Cir N, Fully Furn/or Not 3/2/2. Gorgeous with Granite, SS, Tile, Crown, Fla. Shutters. Employment, Credit. No Animals or Smoking. Annual. $1,250. 508-974-5084 F i n d y o u r B e s t F r i e n d i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT VENICE ISLAND EFFICIENCY1 & 2 br, Call for Details. No Pets, 1 Year Lease 941-416-5757or 323-6466 1340 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT PORT CHARLOTTE2/1, CHA House Near Olean. $700./Mo. NOCATEE/ARCADIA. 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Dblwide. CHA. $600./Mo. ALSO 1 Bedroom 1 Bath $500./Mo. Double Dep. Required. 941-800-7105 or 941-624-0355 1350 EFFICIENCIES FOR RENT HARBOUR HEIGHTS c l ose to river, newly renovated efficien cies w cable & internet, Sunny brookMotel 941-625-6400 1360 ROOMS FOR RENT PORT CHARLOTTE Cl ean, Quiet, 1 person, $320/bi-wk or $630/mo Furnd, No Pets. 941-743-3070/941-740-2565CLASSIFIEDS 6

PAGE 30

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 31 1360 ROOMS FOR RENT PUNTA GORDA Furnished, Use of Whole House. $600/Mo. 1st & Deposit. 941-456-1976 1390 VACATION/ SEASONAL RENTALS PT CHARLOTTE 2 Room TROPICAL GET-A-WAYS Waterfront, Wifi, Daily, Wkly Extend a Stay $300. wk + Up Non smoker 941-661-4262. RENT THE BEST LIKENEWŽ LARGE2 BED/2 BATH W/PRIVATEGARAGE, BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED, HEATEDPOOL. COASTALCAPEHAZEAREA. SO CLOSETOMANYBEACHES& BAY. LARGEDECKW/LAKEVIEW. 941-769-0200 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, or LOT?We Can help you.Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 175,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special.Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! PT CHARLOTTE Riverwood BY OWNER.1/3 acre + with full water & GC views. Cleared and ready. Upscale neighborhood. Low HOA fees. 678-778-1023/ mike@uniquemanuf.com 1610 BUSINESS RENTALS VENICEISLAND Office Space at 333 S. Tamiami Trl. 242SF Unit at $350/mo 532 SF Unit at $750/mo 2420 SF Unit at $3,330/mo Brand New! 1st Month FREE! Building Under New Ownership. Judy Smith 772-971-1434 1620 COMMERCIAL/ INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY PUNTA GO RDA AIRP O RT AREA 2100sf Commercial Warehouse /Flex Space, Overhead door, AC, Water, Sewer, trash, camera system incl. $1100/mo + tax. Call 203-644-4732 2000EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 2005Services 2010Professional 2015Banking 2020Clerical 2025Computer 2030Medical 2035Musical 2040 Restaurant/Hotel2050SkilledTrades 2060Management 2070Sales 2090Child/Adult Care Needed 2100General 2110Part-time/ Temp 2115Home Based Business 2120Seeking Employment CLASSIFIED WORKS! 2005 SERVICES PROFESSIONAL RESUMES SARASOTA/CHARLCO. CALLFORDETAILS 941-214-5257 2010 PROFESSIONAL COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER ANALYST This entry level position will provide support in developing, documentation, testing, performance tuning and supporting computer applications and processes used by Administrative Office of the Courts' Users. This position is responsible for meeting with users, analyzing and resolving program problems, debugging and testing existing and new applications. For additional details and to apply please go to htt p://www.ca.cjis20.org and click the Employment Link. SUNCOAST HUMANE SOCIETY ISHIRINGTHEIDEALPERSON FORDEVELOPMENT MARKETING & EVENT PLANNINGSEEADSONOURWEBSITE WWW.HUMANE.ORGNO PHONE CALLS PLEASE 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE N O W H I R I N G CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE PART-TIMEThe Arcadian Newspaper is seeking an individual that has excellent customer service skills and works well in a team environment. Applicant must be reliable, flexible and have a pleasant personality. Must have computer experience, be able to work in a fast paced environment and multitasking is a priority. Apply at: The Arcadian 108 S. Polk Avenue Arcadia, FL 34266 or Email resu me to: gnickerson@sun-herald.com 2030 MEDICAL $2000 Sign on BONUS!! SOLARIS HEALTHCAREis now HiringCNAs Full Time & WeekendsNURSES: Weekend Supervisor, Shift SupervisorApply: solarishealthcare.vikus.net C ARE G IVER T O Y O UN G AT HEART LADY IN WHEEL CHAIR Overnights Mon Friday. Light Housekeeping Pt Charlotte Ar ea. 941-629-0872 CNA/HHAsPAYINGUPTO$13/HR.IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!Call today, work tomorrow!941-480-0880 ALL STAT HOME HEALTH VENICE, PT. CHARLOTTE, PUNTAGORDA, ENGLEWOODSARASOTA& ARCADIA! CNAs, HHAs and CaregiversFind New Clients by Advertising Your Services in the Senior Directory Every Wednesday in The Sun Newspapers. This Feature Publishes in Charlotte, Sarasota, and Desoto Counties. Market Yourself Reach 150,000 Readers! Call 941-429-3110 for more information MEDI C AL A SS I S TANT WANTED Peds office in Engl. START IMMEDIATELY! Experienced preferred. Waived lab Tests, VSs, Vaccine injections, assist Dr., EMR Charting. Fax Resume 941-474-9049 www.HorizonTechInstitute.ComADVANCE YOUR CAREERŽ Licensed & Accredited School Murdock Town Center on 411032 Tamiami Tr Unit 3YOUcan become a LPN within 11 months. Enrollment ongoing.Start Working In 2-5 wks! Classes Start Each Month Call For Class Dates Nursing Assistant (120hrs) Home Health Aide (75hrs) Phlebotomy Tech (165hrs) EKG Tech (165hrs) Patient Care Tech (600hrs) Job Assist. & Pymt. Plans Call Now to Register! 941-889-7506 PHLEBOTOMY,EKG, Classes Start 07/23 LPNwkds 07/23 CNA07/23 Med. Asst. 07/23 2040 RESTAURANT/ HOTEL PREP COOK, DISHWASHER, & EXP. LINE COOK NEEDED. T OLLS P AID SOUTHBEACHBAR& GRILLBOCAGRANDE941-964-0765 WANTEDEXPD, TEAM MEMBERSSERVERS & BARTENDERS For Busy Waterfront Restaurant Apply in Person: White Elephant Pub 1855 Gulf Blvd. Englewood 2050 SKILLED TRADES ASSISTANT MANAGER for Tire Store, Experienced in all phases. 941-639-5681 INSTALLER/HELPER NEEDEDfor INSTALLATION/ MANUFACTURING of Hurricane Shutters. FL Drivers lic. required. Exp. helpful but will train the right person. (941)-485-5878 Venice NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for SURVEY FIELD CREW STAFF 941-629-6801 PAINTER NEEDED M ust b e Experienced. Must Spray, Brush & Roll and Have Valid DL. Call (941)-268-3939 TIRE CHANGER $500-$700 PER WEEK w/DL. Call 941-639-5681 WARRANTY CLERK FT POSITION for experienced pro. Must have minimum of 2 years warranty experience in auto or RVs. Busy repair facility. Benefits, 401K, drug-free workplace. SEND RESUMEand payroll requirements to: jobs@rvworldinc.com or call Dave Hakes at (941) 966-2182Ž 2070 SALES BOAT/YACHT $ALE$Great career opportunity Call for conf. interview. 941-786-7777 CHARLOTTE SUN NOW HIRINGOUTSIDE SALES REPRESENTATIVETo Sell Media and Digital products to Real Estate Professionals throughout Charlotte and Lee Counties. Minimum of 5 years quantifiable Outside Sales experience with digital and media experience preferred. Salary plus commission. We OFFER: Health Insurance Paid Time Off 401K Training Stable and secure company with advancement opportunies. We are a Drug FREE Workplace. Pre-employment Drug testing required. EMAIL RESUME TO: jharrington@sun-herald.com Now Hiring S howroom Assistant Exceptional customer service and retail experience required. Plumbing Knowledge a plus Please email resume thorn berry.linda@gmail.com 2100 GENERAL The Venice Gondolier Sun is now taking applications for carriers in Venice and surrounding areas. Must have dependable vehicle, a valid Florida Drivers License and proof of insurance. Apply in person: 200 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285 No Phone Calls Please. CARRIERS NEEDED NEEDAJOB? CHECKTHE CLASSIFIEDS! GRANITE INSTALL HELPERS & FABRICATORSNEEDED NOW! EXPERIENCE A PLUS PC (941) 235-9567LEARN A NEW TRADE 2100 GENERAL DRIVER NEEDEDNIGHTS Part time CDL and non CDL Drivers needed Delivery experience a plus 20-30 hours a weekTo fill out an Application Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 9-5 The Charlotte Sun Newspaper 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor, FL Please, no phone calls We are a drug free workplace Pre-employment drug testing required ENTRY LEVEL POSITION FOR PRINTING We are currently seeking a full time entry level manufacturing position. This position includes the opportunity to learn the printing process from the entry level position and advance in a progressive environment. In this position you will assist in the creation of various well known newspapers and other related products on our Press. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Remove product from the end of the printing press or finishing machine. Move skids of product with a hand jack Comply with all quality, safety and work rules and regulations. Work Hours are: 4:30 pm to 1:30am QUALIFICATIONS Effectively communicate with other members of the staff. Assist other crew members with various duties including webbing up of the press and/or special handwork in order to meet customer requests. Follow all clean-up and housekeeping procedures. The ability to take stacks (average 10-30 lbs) using repetitive hand/wrist movement, off of the end of a machine (2-4 feet high) and stack product on skids from floo r level to 5 feet high using repetitive bending and twisting. The ability to remove skids (weighing up to 2400 lbs) by using a pallet jack. The ability to use a computer. At least 18-years of age or older. Ability to work well in a team environment. Ability to follow instructions and work independently. The ability to read and write; possess good verbal and written comprehension. We are a Drug FREE Workpla ce. Pre-employment Drug testing required. Apply to Ken Moring kmoring@suncoastpress.com GREEN LEAF SOLUTIONS is NOW HIRING LANDSCAPE TECHS & LABORERS. ENGLEWOODAREA.941-468-2493 LOOKING FOR AN ENJOYABLE POSITION WITH FLEXIBLE HOURS THAT FITS YOUR LIFESTYLE? IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for Representatives to Promote the Sun Newspapers at Various Locations Throughout the Local Area. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED WE WILL TRAIN! Perfect for Retired/Semi Retired, Outgoing, Dependable Who Can Set Their Own Schedule. Prior Self-Employed or Sales Experience a Plus. Positive Work Environment. Business Casua l Attire. Reliable Transportation and Cell Phone Required. Call Today for Interview 941-268-5731 R O UTE SC HEDULER, Full Time Position, M-F 8-5, Call Customers, Answer Phones, Filing, Computer Knowledge a must. Apply in person: Ban-A-Bug 1560 S McCall Rd Englewood. F i n d i t i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY "AMBASSADORS" NEEDEDTOSOLICITSUBSCRIPTIONS FORTHEAWARDWINNING LOCALNEWSPAPERS, THESUN, ATSTOREFRONTSINTHEVENICE, NORTHPORTANDENGLEWOODAREAS. CONTACTJIMDEFALLEAT941-786-7676FORMOREINFORMATION. 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY PART TIME OFFICE HELP for Storage Facility in Deep Creek. Send resume to 24751 Sandhill Blvd. P.G. 33983 or Fax resume to 941-623-0132 or call 941-623-0031 between 9am-noon Monday Friday! 3000 NOTICES 3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. V ETERAN S Are You Interested in Joining the American Legion Post #159 1770 E. Venice Ave. V enice. For More Info Call 508245-8856 or 941-485-4748 3020 PERSONALS WELL MANNERED tr i m & fi t, easy to talk with Gentleman. Seeks slender lady for quality l ive in relationship in my waterf ront home in Punta Gorda. FREE. Call George 941-9169106 or Cell 941-875-8000 3040 CARD OF THANKS Thank you S t. Jude f or prayers answered. MC 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES BIBLE STUDY BEGINNING SUNDAY MAY 6TH @5PM. Journey To Discovering and Using Your Spiritual Gift. New Hope Baptist Church Fellowship hall. 2100 Englewood Rd. Eng. FL 34223 A light supper will be provided. Public is invited and encouraged to attend. $10/ Workbook fee. www.NewHopeBC4U.org To register or for more information, call the church office at 941-474-7647 or e-mail kay@newhopebc4u.org. C AL VAR Y BIBLE C HUR C H 1936 E. Venice Ave. Venice Friday at 9am. Study features video teachings of noted Bible Scholars on various subjects. For more info. Call Rev. Jones at: 941-485-7070 or visit www.CBCVenice.com CERTIFIED CHRISTIAN COUNSELING941-876-4416Liberty Community Church North Port Charlotte Charlotte County House of Prayer Night Watch Fridays 7pm-9pm Worship-Word-Prayer One River-One Stream 992 Tamiami Trail Unit I Port Charlotte 941 249-8946 cchop.org CO MMUNITY C ENTER 4PM 7PM each Wednesday. Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. PC, Open to All Ages. For more info 941-766-9357 FAITH BUILDERS A Basic Study to Build your Christian Faith. Call Pastor Gumm at Christ the King Lutheran Church for times. 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte Lutheran Church of the Cross 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek Bible Study Thursdays 10-11:30 and Sundays @ 9 AM Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 UNI Q UE & INF O RMATIVE DVD Every Sunday @ 6pm. Disussion After at El Jobean Baptist 941-769-6291 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES GATEWAY WORSHIP PRAYER & HEALING ROOMS If you need healing, we want to pray with you! Our prayer teams are available to minister to you every Thursday 7:30 pm-8:30 pm. For information call 863-832-4418 5377 Dunkin Rd., Punta Gorda 33982 Jesus Still Heals Today! NEW S EA SO N FULL GOS PEL MINISTRIES Meet Every Wednesday at 6:30 Held at 3320 Loveland Blvd Port Charlotte, Fl (Held at Board of Realtors Building same side as Visani's Restaurant) Food and Refreshments being served plus live Christian Music..Come and be a part of our celebration!! Everyone welcome! For more info call Anna Soloduk 941-286-5506 3090 LOST & FOUND L OS T C ELL PH O NE: Tringali Park, Englewood. REWARD. Devistated Grandma needs her photos back. 941-828-0207 LOST TAN CANVAS BOAT COVER In the Vacinity of Venice Island on 7/11/18. Please Call 941-488-1522 3091 ARTS CLASSES Beginning watercolor classes with award winning artist Robert Broyles at North Port Hobby Lobby. Private lessons also avail Call 941-875-8163 3095 EXERCISE CLASSES GULF COAST ACUPUNCTURE 151 Center Rd. Wednesdays 5:30pm Thursdays 9:00 am Saturdays 8:30am YOGA FOR BEGINNERS Proceeds to Venice Wildlife Center Call Rick or Mary 941-488-1769 3096 RELIGION CLASSES BEGIN YOUR DAY IN BIBLE STUDY Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. Tuesdays 10AM-11AM. For more info 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte F AITH LUTHERAN C HUR C H 4005 Palm Drive, Punta GordaVarious Days & Times CONFIRMATION/BIBLE STUDY Adult Infomational Class 941-639-6309 START YOUR DAY RIGHT Bible Study Thursdays 10:00-11:30 LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE CROSS 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek and Sundays at 9:00 a.m. Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 3097 OTHER CLASSES KRIYA YOGA MEDITATION with Linda Weser, 4 p.m. every Monday. FREE; Open to the public. 941-276-0124 5000 BUSINESS SERVICES A N OCC UPATI O NAL LI C may be required by the Cit y and/or County. Please call th e appropriate occupational licensing bureau to verify. 5006 ALUMINUM ALL AMERICAN RENOVATIONS LIC& INSUREDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDSPECIALIZINGINRESCREENING,BUILDINGANDREPAIRING. SCREWCHANGEOUTS PRESSUREWASHING& PAINT-INGPOOLCAGES, LANAIS,FRONTENTRYWAYSETC... 941-915-3381 SERVINGSARASOTACOUNTYFREEESTIMATES 5050 ADULT CARE HONEST, CARING PERSONALASSISTANT AVAIL. TOCAREFORYOUR LOVEDONE! I WILLCAREFOR YOURSASI DOMYOWN! DR. APTS, LITECLEANINGAND MEALPREP, ERRANDS& MUCH MORE. (941)-979-2887 5051 CHILD CARE ALL CHILDCARE FACILITIES MUST INCLUDE, WITH ADVERTISEMENT, STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY LICENSE NUMBER. FLORIDA STATE LAW requ i res all child care centers and day care businesses to register with the State of Florida. The Sun Newspapers will not knowingly accept advertising which is in violation of the lawCLASSIFIEDS 7

PAGE 32

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 33 6000 MERCHANDISE 6001 ARCADIA AREA GARAGE SALES INDOOR MOVING SALE! Everything MUST Go! THURS FRI & SAT 9-3 8355 SW Liverpool Rd. EmployClassified! 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES FRI SAT 8 : 00 1 : 00 1380 Viscaya Dr, Port Charlotte. Tools, Books, Christmas in July and More! Cash Only. 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES FRI. AND S AT. JULY 1 3 TH AND 14TH. 8:00AM-1:00 PM 23401 Westchester Blvd. ANTIQUE BENTWOOD ROCKER, KITCHEN ITEMS, PAPERBACKS, CHINA CLOTHES. FRI.S AT. 1 0 AM-4PM 22524 Bolanos Ct. CARPORT SALE! Large & Small ItemsLawn, Videos, Toys Household, Games & Furniture FRI.S AT. 8 AM? 2380 Linton Lane 33952. Tools, Beach Items, Tables, Chairs, Bike Parts, & LOTS of MISC!! SAT. 8-12PM 21077 Nowell Ave. Downsized, Lots to Sell. S AT. 8 AM-1PM 3 15 9 Pinetree St. Beautiful Love Seat & Other Furniture, Household & Misc. Items! SAT 9 5 24645 N ova L n. MOVING! ALL MUST GO! Tools, Restaurant Equipment! NO EARLY BIRDS! 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES SAT. ONLY OPEN EARLY FOR SALE: 9:30AM 4PM St. Vincent De Paul Resale Shop/St. Max, Toledo Blade Blvd. & 776. MEGA SALE! 50% OFF ALL DEPARTMENTS! (Items Over $1.00) Ladies Jeans...50 Cents, ALL Shoes...$2.00, School Supplies Available. 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI &S AT. 8 -5 598 BAL HARBOR BLVD. PGI MOVING SALE Everything goes! Furniture, Misc & tools. FRI SAT 8AM 2PM 2511 Rio Palermo Ct. Tools, 2 Loft Beds, Furniture, Kids Clothes, Toys and More! SAT SUN 9 2 145 Gl enholm Ave. Antiques, Jewelry, Baby Items, Toys, Womens & Kids Clothes, FREE GIFTS! 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI.-SAT.9AM-3PM 901 MESSINADR. PGI FINEJEWELRY, HIGHENDSEWINGITEMS, LGDOLL& AIRLINECOLLECTIONS; HOUSEISFULL! S AT. 8 3 1 009 Taylor Rd. Join us at our Indoor/ Outdoor Special Sales Event at PG Train Depot. Crazy Sales, Tons of Fun, Free Giveaways! GreatDealsin theClassifieds! SATURDAY JULY14 2018. 8am-3pm 1473 St George Lane, Punta Gorda Fl 33983. Movin g Sale 6006 NORTH PORT AREA GARAGE SALES S AT. O NLY 9 3 1978 ALLIANCE AVE. Clothes, tools, household goods and much more. 6007 ENGLEWOOD AREA GARAGE SALES FRI &S AT 8 2 9039 KESTRAL CIRCLE RAIN OR SHINE Home decor, Furniture, Picture Collection, Fishing Baby items, much more. C a s h i n w i t h C l a s s 6008 ROTONDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI SAT 8AM 4PM 303 Rotonda Cir. Furniture, Flat screen TV, Household and more! 6011 S. VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES PSYCHIC FAIR2nd & 4th Sat. Every month 10am-3pm TOP READERS $15/15 min ANGEL MINISTRIES 2269 S. Tamiami Trail Venice 941-4 92-4995 www.angelministriesfl.org S ATS UN 9 AM3 PM 2631 Fiesta Dr. Huge Estate/Yard Sale: Household / holiday items; many new. Sale paying medical bills for can cer patient that died. Classified=Sales 6012 VENICE GARAGE SALES S AT.S UN. 1 0 AM-4PM 830 Wood Sorrel Lane. Lakes of Jacaranda. HUGE MOVING OUT SALE!! Everything MUST GO!! 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES GOLF SETS PRO .putters, quality $75 786-306-6335 YELLOW JACKET 4G BATTERY CABLES Corrosion Resistant Best Golf Cart Cables $129.95/SET. VISIT DarsGolfCarts.com 941-769-1431 NO TEXT PLEASE 6126 GOLF CARTS 2015 Club Car Precedent $3995 BOB-CAT Green BRAND NEW BATTERIES Yellow Jacket Cables Monsoon Roof Matching Club Cover 48 volt ERIC Charger Factory Upholstery Folding Windshield Factory spoke Hubcaps Cooler, Sandbucket Excellent DOT Tires Wide Angle Mirror STK# 1824 941-769-1431 Visit DarsGolfCarts.com WE DELIVER FREE (25 MI.) CLASSIFIED ADSSELL Club Car DS 4 PASS $2850 Reconditioned 4 PASSENGERŽ Brand New Batteries NEW Flip Down rear seat NEW $Yellow Jacket Cables$ NEW Head & Taillights NEW Flip Down Windshield Aluminum Frame Chrome SS wheel caps Great Tires, Brakes, Mirror 36 Volt Charger Runs as it should! STK#D974 $2850 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE CLUB CAR PRECEDENT $2995 RECONDITIONED 4 PASSENGER GOLF CART White w/Tan Top Flip Down Rear Seat CROWN BATTERIES $New Yellow Jacket Cables$ Battery Meter Factory Upholstery Head & Taillights Flip Down Windshield Chrome SS wheel caps All New Bushings Fresh Tires, Brakes, Mirror 48 Volt Charger, STK#R7 CALL: 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE Club Car Precedent $3595 RECONDITIONED 4 Passenger Golf Cart Tan w/Tan Top Flip Down Rear Seat BRAND NEW BATTERIES $New Yellow Jacket Cables$ Battery Meter Factory Upholstery Head & Taillights Flip Down Windshield Chrome SS wheel caps All New Bushings Fresh Tires, Brakes, Mirror 48 Volt Charger, STK#R8 Call: 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE 6126 GOLF CARTS PASSION PINK Custom Build 2014 Club Car Precedent BRAND NEW BATTERIES Custom Pearl Pink Paint Tuck & Roll Upholstery NEW Yellow Jacket Cables NEW New Bushings NEW Folding Windshield NEW Head and Taillights NEW SS Wheel Covers New Rear Seat AVAIL. New Tires, Mirror Top and Charger STK#1823 $4995 941-769-1431 Delivery Inc. 25 MI. Visit DarsGolfCarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE 6128 EXERCISE / FITNESS EXERCISE BIKE RECUMBENT w/Electronics NICE $65 941-268-8951 6130 SPORTING GOODS 2 GUYS GUN SHOWS JULY 28TH & 29TH Charlotte County Fairgrounds 2333 El Jobean Rd (776) Port Charlotte, FL Buy-Sell-Trade New-Used FREEParking CWP Classes Avail. Sat 9-5 and Sun 9-4 727-776-3442 www.nextgunshow.com ALUMINUM BEACH/FISHING Cart large, holds 8 rods, large tires $175 863-494-5918 BL O W G UN AZ O NI new 4 2 Ž $20, OBO 941-426-4151 B O AT C HAIR BRAND NEW. GREAT PRICE! $60 941-391-6090 C AT C HER S MITT/ RAWLIN GS NEW $85 941-624-0928 FIREWOOD $100.00 PER PICK UP LOAD NOCAMPINGTRIPIS COMPLETEWITHOUTIT! PINE, OAK, ORCITRUSSPLIT, BUN-DLED, ANDREADYFORTHE FIREPIT! 941-468-4372 FL O ATIN G SC REEN & S hovel for hunting shark teeth & shells $20 863-494-5918 WOMAN GOLF c l u b s an d b ag $90 941-400-7657 6131FIREARMS NOTICE : S e ll er A c k now l e d ges Compliance With All Exisiting Federal, State and Local Firearms Regulations and Laws in Regards to Sale and Transfer of Advertised Firearms. 6133 HUNTING & FISHING SUPPLIES FI S HIN G P O LE S Nice selection of poles get out and GO FISH! Each only $5 941-474-1776 6135 BICYCLES/ TRICYCLES 3 WHEELER good looking smooth riding 3 Wheeler only $185 941-474-1776 ADULT TRICYCLE 3 w h ee l bike, brand new, still in box! $275 941-524-1025 BIKE Adult. Nice selection o f quality great riding bikes each only $50 941-474-1776 BIKE RA C K allen deluxe like new $60, OBO 941-426-4151 BIKE RA C K HIT C H M O UNT for 1 1/4Ž for 2 BIKES $40 941-268-8951 BIKE-WE S L O EXER C I S E Bike, EX/CONDITION Like New. Pic on request. $65 941-743-0399 CANNONDALE MENS Ultegra. 54 cm, red, ex, cond $450 941-235-2203 KENT ALUMINUM f olding bike 20Ž-multi sp for RV-boat-camper $90, OBO 941-380-6935 RE C UMBANT BIKE ReBike very comfortable w/great back support $190 954-642-6599 6135 BICYCLES/ TRICYCLES TREX BEA C H bike new tires barefoot pedals multi speed $90, OBO 941-380-6935 6140 PHOTOGRAPHY/ VIDEO C AN O N T 3 camera kit Like new. 18-55mm and 75-300mm lenses. $300 941-286-5978 6145 POOL/SPA/ & SUPPLIES **SPAS & MORE** Family owned and operated for 20 years! www.spasandmoreflorida.com Over 40 Spas to choose from. We take trades! We Move Spas & We Buy Used! 941-625-6600 POOL 15X3 P oo l pump l a d der skimmer vacuum chemicals $175 941-626-3265 6160 LAWN & GARDEN C RAFT S MAN 22ŽPUSH MOWER 4.5hp $65, OBO 941-485-0681 CRAFTSMAN GRASS TRIM MER W/EDGER ATTACHMENT GD CD $60 941-202-9172 Seizethesales withClassified! CRAFTSMAN TRACTOR 42Ž CUT JUST TUNED UP GD CD $275 941-202-9172 C u ddl e up b y t h e fi re Firewood Split, Bundled and ready for the firepit! Pine, Oak, or Citrus, 941-468-4372 EDGER ELECT an d 18i n e l ect trimmer. no gas hassle each $25 941-224-5464 FI S H P O ND Plastic 5x5x1 8 Ž w/waterfall 2 pumps&filters 2 Koi $100 941-204-6895 LAWNMOWER SP TB240 160cc 21Žcut $175, OBO 941-485-0681 MOSQUITOS POTS prevent t h e Zika flu $15 941-624-0928 MOWER MURRAY RIDER 11HP, 30Ž CUTNEWBATTERY$425 (941)763-4818 P O LY T O W Lawn Roller AgriF ab 18 by 48-Inch $125, OBO 941-698-5748 PRESSURE WASHER Excell Honda 2700 psi $220, OBO 941-485-0681 PU S H M O WER 20 14 low hours starts 1st pull 21Ž cut -Englewood $65 352-628-0288 T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! RIDIN G LAWN M O WER Lawn Chief 12.5hp 38Ž deck $225, OBO 941-485-0681 RIDIN G LAWN M O WER Murray, 12 hp 38Ž deck new bades, etc. $450 941-467-8723 RIDIN G M O WER S (2) Murray. 17.5 hp 42Ž deck $450 941-467-8723 W ATER P O ND S good shape, & plant containers $20 941-624-0928 6161OUTDOOR LIVING PATI O L O VE S EAT Iron Taupe Decorative $110 941-624-0364 PATI O S ET G lass, 45Ž round+ Chairs with Cushions Good cond $79 941-697-0794 6161OUTDOOR LIVING Treemendous Tree, Inc. NURSERYPROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN SERVICES AVAILABLE!STOP IN TO SEE US MONDAY SATURDAY 9AM-3PM 6068 RUFF ST. NORTH PORTOR CALL 941-426-8983 FL-6444 A 6170 BUILDING SUPPLIES DOOR LOCK LEVER HANDLE LOCK, NIB. $25 941-627-6780 DRAIN R OC K 3 /4 approx 1/ 8 yd (2 commercial wheelbarrows worth) $10 941-787-0328 SINK TAN & FAUCET w / porcelain handles shot/cold $35 941-235-1054 S LIDIN G G LA SS door tinted,(8) 80ŽHigh x 96 inches wide, $150 941-685-4559 TILE P O R C ELAIN enough f or 200sf. Can email photo $125.00 941-235-1054 6190 TOOLS/ MACHINERY 2 WHEEL H an d T ruc k id ea l f or moving appliances and large furniture $60 941-474-1776 BEN C H G RINDER 6 Ž 1/4 HP GD COND $35 941-202-9172 BENCH GRINDER 6Ž HP GD COND $35 941-202-9172 BUMPIN G D O LLY S (8) plus 3 body hammers BARGAIN 11 pc set only $65 941-474-1776 CHOP SAW Hi tac hi 15Ž used runs fine $30, OBO 941-426-4151 CRAFTSMAN SABRE SAW GD COND $35 941-202-9172 P O RTER C ABLE P ro plunge router used like new $225, OBO 941-426-4151 RADIAL ARM S AW 1 0 Ž C ra f ts man, 8 blades, DADO, Chuck & accs. $50 941-637-3950 RAMSET CEILING master model L1600 w/case & acc $30, OBO 941-426-4151 WALLPAPER TABLE 6L x 2W WITH WALLPAPER TOOLS GD COND $50 941-202-9172 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS EQUIP./SUPPLIES H O RIZ O NTAL O AK f ile cabinet Two drawers, 32Wx20Dx30ŽH $150, OBO 941-276-0116 OAK COMPUTER d es k W/ shelves, file drawers 53x29x57Ž $100 941-276-0116 6232 CATS N O TI C E: S tatute 5 8 5.1 9 5 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at least eight weeks old, have an official health certificate and proper shots, and be free of intestinal and external parasites. FREE 3 Kitties, Females, 10 weeks old (941) 629-6624 RESCUE CATS SEEK NEW ADDRESS! Cats include Eye CandyŽ Siamese, Beauty Pageant perfect Calico. Easy on the Eyes Tiger Manx, Must have baby Calico kitten, Phone lne open call now! Cat Peddler 941-270-2430. 6233 DOGS YO RKIE PUPPIE S Male, Reg istered, 4 months old, very small. 941-405-9301 6233 DOGS NOTICE : S tatute 585 195 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at least eight weeks old, have an official health certificate and proper shots, and be free of intestinal and external parasites. GERMAN SHEPARD PUPPIES (ONLY 2left) Parents AKC Reg. A vailable Now. Shots & Health Cert. Call or Text, No Voicemail. $750. ea. (941)-268-1581 6236 PET SUPPLIES & SERVICES NUBZ D OG C HEW S made in USA, real chicken $8 941-624-0928 PET C A G E Living world, Top o f line PD$128 $50 941-423-2585 6250 APPLIANCES AC WIND O W UNIT INCLUDES HEAT$125. (941)763-4818 APPL SET El ec. R ange /Di s h washer/Micro Wave White G.E $100 941-255-9894 C ARPET C LEANER Royal, never used w/manual. Orig. $279 $40 941-697-0983 CO FFEE MAKER Keurig Deluxe orig 359. latte cappicino expresso $85 941-580-4460 DRYER MAYTA G C entennial dryer 2015 model. White. Runs well. $100 941-204-3531 EDGESTAR COUNTERTOP DISHWASHER $150 OBO. Great for small apartment or limited space issues. In very good condition. Call 941-380-0107 FREEZER Ni ce, Whi te, $100 (941)763-4818 delivery avail. HOTPOINT STOVES 3 c l ean & works & digital /each $100, O BO 941-249-0928 ORECK STEAM Cl eaner. H ar d floors, carpet, fabrics, xlnt cond $100, OBO 941-740-0357 REFRIDGERATOR GE w hi te, Top Freezer $250 (941)7634818 REFRI G WHIRLP OO L side by side 1yr old $499 941-639-3670 REFRIGERATOR PERFECT FOR A DORM ROOM E/X $75 obo 941-743-0399 STOVE DISHWASHER & MICROWAVE all in Exc. cond. W hite $345 941-200-5488 WASHER & DRYER Ni ce, White, $325. (941)763-4818 deliver y avail. WASHER & DRYER PAIR whirlpool full size white can de liver $195, OBO 941-380-6935 W ASHER & DRYER, Whirlpool each 6 mo.old large capacity $350 941-639-3670 WINDOW AC 18 000 BTU LG with remote New still in box $500 $100 below cost(941)-637-7498 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 100S OF C ar db oar d a ll $20 00 for crafts or ? $20 941-496 9252 5 LASER Di scs $15 00 eac h $15 941-496-9252 BAMB OO MAT f or desk chair to roll on. $8 941-496-9252 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE $75.00 per panel SLIDING GLASS DOOR REPAIRS Wheels Tracks & LocksLicensed & Insured, Free Est. since 1981 visit us at www. SlidingDoorsandmore.com Call Bob 941-706-6445 Owned and operated by Local Fire fighter. L o w o v e r h e a d = L o w p r i c e s COFFEE MAKER Keurig, slightly used $50, OBO 941-627-0516 COFFEE MAKER Keurig, slightly used $50, OBO 941-627-0516 CO FFEE MAKER Keurig, slightly used $50, OBO 941-627-0516 FIREWOOD Split, Bundled, and ready for the firepit! Perfect for these cooler nights! Pine, Oak, Citrus 941-468-4372 KIT C HEN FAU C ET+ S PRA Y MOEN. 8Ž CENTER $25, OBO 941-627-6780 LAUNDRY BA G Black, f or col lege dorm. $5 412-418-5784 T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! MINI BLIND S White 1-5 2 Wx4 9 1-34Wx41 $30 941-235-8976 MINI BLINDS Whi te. 2-18Wx49,2-25Wx61,1 52Wx37 $60 941-235-8976 PATIO UMBRELLA 10 WITH STAND OPENS WITH CRANK E X CD $75 941-202-9172 PORTABLE SAT A ntenna Wi ne gard for Direct,Dish or Bell Sys. $225 941-429-0681 RE CO RD CO LLE C TI ON includes album covers 5 0 cents each. Entire collection. 941-496-9252 S TEP LADDER 6 f t used fiberglass nice cond $25 941-426-4151 STEP STOOL COSCO 17Ž 2 STEPS, FLOWING $10, OBO 941-627-6780 STEP STOOL COSCO 17Ž 2 STEPS, FOLDING $10, OBO 941-627-6780 T SQUARE & M eta l R u l er, R u l er is 24Ž, for school or college. $10 412-418-5784 TABLE S (2) f olding 5 round lite $75 Ea 941-496-9252 Y AMAHA SCOO TER 5 0 cc Exc. condition. $500 941-815-3951 6265 FREE MERCHANDISE CO U C H & L O VE S EAT FREE Super Clean Set, light pastel print. Just move 941-661-2814 6270 WANTED TO BUY/TRADE BUYIN G S ILVER CO IN S DIMES Thru SILVER DOLLARS. 941-626-7785CLASSIFIEDS 9

PAGE 33

Page 34 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 7000TRANSPORTATION 7020 BUICK 2008 BUICK ENCLAVE $6500 Excellent condition Senior owned, 941-624-4622 7030 CADILLAC 1 98 7 C ADILLA C FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM $2,500 OBO, 70K actual miles. 317-512-2152 20 14 C ADILLA C S RX $22,911. WHITE, 24K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 200 5 C ADILLA C DEVILLE 81K MI. EXTRA CLEAN! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 1983 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE 50K ORIGINAL MILES! A MUST SEE! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7040 CHEVROLET 20 1 2 C HEVY E Q UIN O X $10,877 SILVER ICE, LS, 92K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 1989 CHEVROLET CAMARO $12,500 One Owner, 17,000 miles, 355 cid, 5-speed, t-tops. 989-284-7851 1996 CHEVY CORVETTE $19,900 Collector Edtion. LT4, 6 Spd., 29,500 Miles, NCRS Top Flight 2011, New Tires, Excellent Cond! 941-780-3072 2007 CHEVY CORVETTE $26,500 Conv., 3LT-6.0-6 spd manual, 37K miles, Red ext, Gray int. 440-343-1985 20 11 C HEVY TRAVER S E 71K MILES, LOCAL TRADE MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 200 4 C HEVY TRAIL BLAZER MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7050 CHRYSLER 2009 C HRY S LER PT CRUISER 4 CYL. AUTO, 59K MILESMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7060 DODGE 2007 DODGE CHARGER $5,000 OBO, Black on Black, Clean, 2.7 V6, air blows cold, switches, windows, cruise all work. Just replaced radiator and oil change. 941-769-4260 7070 FORD 20 1 0 F O RD FU S I O N $6,987 RED CANDY, SEL, 102K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 3 F O RD ED G E $13,911. RED, SEL 59K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2017 FORD FOCUS SE $15,900 SEDAN7,214 MI 866-726-8593 DLR 20 15 F O RD FU S I O N S E CPO -NOW $16,300 18,900 mi., Was $19,900 941-625-6141 DLR 2015 FORD ESCAPE SE CPO -NOW $16,900 23,400 mi., Was $19,900 941-625-6141 DLR 2016 FORD FUSION SE CPO -NOW $17,500 29,300 mi., Was $20,900 941-625-6141 DLR 20 14 F O RD F-15 0 $28 900 CREW PICK UP 48,307 MIL 866-726-8593 dlr 2016 FORD F 350 $29 995 CAB CHASSAIS 8,879 MIL 866-726-8593 dlr 20 15 F O RD EXPL O RER $29,995 4DR WAGON, 20,423 MI 866-726-8593 20 17 F O RD EXPL O RER $38,995 4DR WAGON, 9,009 MI 866-726-8593 7070 FORD FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. 20 15 F O RD ED G E S EL NOW $23,900/CPO 24,700 mi., Was $26,900 941-625-6141 DLR 20 1 0 F O RD E SC APE GRAY, XLT, 115K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2009 F O RD TAURU S LIMITED 88K MI., NICELY EQUIPPED MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2008 F O RD ED G E S EL 44K MILES, 1 OWNER IMMACULATE MATTAS MOTORS941-916-9222 DLR 7075 GMC 2017 GMC SIERRA 1500 $41,5006.2L, 8 Spd., SLT, Dbl. Cab. Loaded! Like New! 7,500 Miles. Save $$ 716-474-1764 7080 JEEP 20 17 JEEP WRAN G LER $29,911. GRAY, SAHARA, 3,924 MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2006 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4, 80K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7090 LINCOLN 20 17 LIN CO LN CO NTINTENTAL $32,911. TAN, SELECT, 11K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7135 SATURN USED SATURN CARS & SUVs Starting at $1,200 & Up. Saturn Parts Available. Pro Power Auto Sales941-627-8822www.propowerauto.com 7147 AUDI 2012 AUDI A630TQ $19,990. GRAY, NAV, 53K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7148 BMW 20 14 BMW 5 3 5I $17,911. BLACK, NAV, 89K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 BMW 75 0 LI $28,990. GREEN, NAV, 32K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 2009 H O NDA C IVI C $6,987 POLISHED METAL, EX, 134K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2009 HONDA ACCORD $7,950 ROYAL BLUE, LX-P, 95K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 0 F O RD FLEX $8,977 DARK BLUE, SEL, 128K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2009 H O NDA O DY SS EY $9,377 TAFFETA WHITE, EX-L 147K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2008 HONDA ACCORD LX $9,500 4dr, dark grey ex cond. 4cyl. All power, newer tires, 95k miles 941-979-6016 20 11 H O NDA C IVI C $9,877 POLISHED METAL, LX, 63K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 0 H O NDA C IVI C $9,877 SILVER METALLIC, EX, 113K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 2 H O NDA A CCO RD $10,877 METAL METALLIC, LX 88K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 0 H O NDA C IVI C $11,877 BLACK PEARL, EX, 71K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 0 H O NDA C R-V $11,987 CRYSTAL BLACK, EX-L 79K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 2 H O NDA A CCO RD $12,477 WHITE ORCHID, EX-L 84K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 2 H O NDA C IVI C $12,677 CRYSTAL BLACK, LX 76K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2012 HONDA CIVIC $12,677 CRIMSON PEARL, EX 27K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 11 H O NDA PIL O T $13,477 BLACK PEARL, EX-L, 119K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 3 H O NDA C RV $14,911. SILVER, EX-L, AWD, 69K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 20 15 H O NDA A CCO RD $16,911. BLACK, EX-L, 32K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2009 H O NDA C IVI C TAFFETA WHITE, LX, 117K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7163 HYUNDAI 2009 HYUNDAI S ANTA-FE, $5,950. SLATE BLUE, LIMITED, 130K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2009 HYUNDAI TU CSO N, $8,977. OBSIDIAN BLACK, GLS 83K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2014 HYNDAI SONATA $10,911. RED, GLS, 58K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR Getthe Getthe WordoutWordoutAdvertise Advertise inthe inthe Classifieds! Classifieds! 7177 KIA 20 11 KIA SO UL PLU S 4 CYL. AUTO, EXTRA CLEAN. MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7178 LEXUS 200 4 LEXU S L S -4 30 $15,990. WHITE, 59K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS CT 200H $16,911. BLACK, CERT, 59K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 LEXU S E S 3 5 0 $17,990. GRAY, CERT, NAV, 69K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2011 LEXUS RX 350 $19,990. WHITE, 64K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $25,911. SILVER, CERT, NAV, 49K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 LEXU S E S 3 5 0 $29,911. SILVER, CERT, 12K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 LEXU S I S 200 T $32,990. WHITE, CERT, NAV F 18K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS RC 350 $33,911. WHITE, CERT, NAV F 46K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 17 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $43,990. SATIN, CERT, NAV, 16K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 LEXUS LS 460L $47,990. BLACK, NAV, CERT, 24K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 8 LEXU S L C -5 00 $92,990. SILVER, CERT, NAV F 1,767 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 8 LEXU S L S -5 00 $93,990. WHITE, CERT, NAV F 1,395 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7180 MAZDA 2008 MAZDA C X9 $8,877 CRYSTAL WHITE, SPORT 143K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7190 MERCEDES 2012 MERCEDES C 250 BEIGE METALLIC, SPORT, 44K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7195 MITSUBISHI 20 1 2 MIT S UBI S HI O UTLANDER $9,877 SILVER, SPORT, ES 93K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7200 NISSAN 20 14 NI SS AN R OG UE $11,911. WHITE, SV, NAV, 72K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 NI SS AN MAXIMA $21,990. BLUE, 26K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7205 SPORTS CARS 20 14 TE S LA M O DELS $59,990. RED, NAV, 5,581 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7207 SUBARU 20 1 3 S UBARU C R OSS TREK $16,990. SILVER, 36K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7210 TOYOTA 20 1 3 T O Y O TA CO R O LLAS $11,750 OBO, Blue, Cream Puff, Only 32,585 miles. 941-639-0477 941-276-8484 20 1 2 T O Y O TA HI G HLANDER $12,950. BLACK, 95K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 11 T O Y O TA AVAL O N $16,990. WHITE, LTD, 32K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 T O Y O TA RAV4 $17,911. RED, LE, AWD, 23K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 T O Y O TA RAV4 $17,911. WHITE, LTD, AWD, 37K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 T O Y O TA VENZA $18,990. RED, LTD, 46K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 T O Y O TA PRIU S SILVER, TWO, 38K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES MERCEDES 1929 REPLICA, 4 cyl Chevy engine, Excellent cond, 6k miles, Lots of extras, Runs great, $7500. Text to 941-626-9598 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES 1983 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE 50K ORIGINAL MILES! A MUST SEE! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7252 BUDGET BUYS 1 992 LEXU S SC -4 00 $1,800 Many New Parts, Runs Great! 941-916-4759 2002 C HEVY AVALAN C HE $3,000 Runs Great but rusty. 941-916-4759 7260 AUTOS WANTED CASHFOR ALL TRUCKS & CARS ANY COND RUNNING OR NOT. (352)-342-7037 W E BUY CARS & PICKUPS RUNNING OR NOT! $400 CASH + UP Frank 941-276-0204 BEST $$ FOR JUNKERS 7 Days, FAST PICKUP941-286-3122, 623-5550 Y Y ouSa ouSa ve ve BigBuc BigBuc ks ks Shopping Shopping Classifieds! Classifieds! WE BUY & PICK UP JUNK CARS 941-661-1928 YOUNG OVERSEER Li ves at Loving Hands Ministry Caring for 20+ Troubled Young Men. Des perate Need of a Vehicle. Keith 941-538-1652 Or Aunt Dotty 941-460-6577 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORIES BUCKET SEATS 2 grey c l ot h Ex cond. $70/ pair 941-6612667 1 96 7 MU S TAN GS ide Scoops, New, $75 941-661-2667 TIRES 4 Ti res 195/65 R15 $150 941-626-3265 TIRES 4 185/65 R14 $150 941-626-3265 CO RVETTE RALLYWHEEL S 70Žs,set $495 786-306-6335 V 6 EN G INE C over 3 6 L Direct Injection $25 863-494-5918 14Ž RALLYWHEELS chevy el-camino,camaro $425 786-306-6335 7290 VANS 2003 CHEVROLET VENTURE $1,650 151k miles, Runs great. 941-661-2667 2008 C HRY S LER T O WN & COUNTRY LIMITED MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7300 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS 1995 FORD F-150 $700 4x4 Mud Tires, Needs Work or for Parts. 207-263-7031 (Englwd) 20 11 C HEVY CO L O RAD O $10,977. SILVER, LT W/ 1LT 107K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 C HEVY S ILVERAD O 1500 $26,911.BROWN, LT 38K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7305 SPORT UTILITY/ VEHICLES 2010 CHEVY TRAVERSE LT $6,995 AWD, Like New inside and out. Runs Perfect New Tires, Cold A/C, third row seat. 149K miles. 352-572-3135 20 1 6 F O RD E SC APE S E C P O NOW $13,900 Hatchback 22k mi, was $15,900. 941-625-6141 DLR 2006 FORD EXPLORER XLT 82K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7330 BOATS-POWERED 33' CHRIS-CRAFTCOMMANDER338 W/ DUALSTATIONS, LRG.FLYBRIDGE, STATEROOMW/PRIVATEHEAD, (2) 5.7L MERCCRUISERS, 6.5 KW ONAN GENSET, (2) MARINEA/CUNITS,ETC.. GREATPARTY/LIVEABOARD BOAT. CALLOWNER@ 941-626-7038 $16,500. 23 1989 PRO-LINE CC w/ttop, 2003 Yamaha 225, 4S less 600 hrs. $5,500 717-386-1078 REDUCED 18.5 2001 BASS TRACKER PRO90HP MERCURYW/ 37 HRS! MINN-KOTAWHITEWATERTROLLINGMOTORW/ REMOTE. GALV. TRAILERW/ NEWTIRES. MANYEXTRAS! $6000. 305-987-1634 16 2004 SUNDANCE CC, 2005 TRAILER. 40HP JOHNSONO/B. GARAGEKEPT! 3 BATTERIES, TROLLINGMOTOR, FF, LIVEWELL...ETC! $4,750. 941-830-4693 15 GHEENOE 1997 Gheenoe, 15HP Suzuki OB, Electric motor, Trailer $2,600, OBO 941-740 0173 F i n d y o u r B e s t F r i e n d i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s 7336 BOAT STORAGE/ DOCKING DOCK RENTAL 1 Canal From Harbor $250/mo. inclds Elect & water 941-224-5464 7338 MARINE SUPPLY & EQUIP. GARMIN GPSMAP / 76C x $120, OBO 781-834-9002 7339 CANOES/KAYAKS CANOE TYPE WATERCRAFT 14 (2) Fiberglass plus Mold $250 941-268-8951 7341 TRAILER & ACCESSORIES NEW SHIPMENT!ENCLOSEDTRAILERSBYLARK ANDOPENTRAILERSBYTRIPLE CROWNINSTOCKALSO NEW CARGOCRAFTENCLOSEDTRAILERSMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 120Ž TRAILERS CARGO ENCLOSED DUMP UTILITY EQUIPMENT SKIDSTEER. PARTS-SERVICETRADESWELCOME. FINANCINGAVAILABLE. 941-575-2214WEBUYTRAILERS, CARS& TRUCKS.ROYS TRAILER COUNTRY 4760 TAYLOR RD., P.G. 7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ SCOOTERS SCOOTER 500 watt Electric, Brand new $1,095 Call 941-916-7350 SCOO TER E-zip electric $2 5 0 OBO 941-627-0516 SCOO TER E-zip electric $2 5 0 OBO 941-627-0516 HARBOR SCOOTERS for all your scooter needs... 3315 Tamiami Trl. PG We Repair Scooters too! 941-347-8705 SALES SERVICE PARTS HarborScooters.net C AR GO C RAFT HAULER S IN STOCK @ MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7370 CAMPERS/ TRAVEL TRAILERS WINNEBAGO SAVINGSSAVE UP TO 25% Limited time only! Family owned/operated GERZENYS R.V. WORLD2110 US 41, Nokomi s I-75 Exit 195 (941) 202-6422 CLASS BSLARGEST DEALER IN USAFamily owned/operated GERZENYS R.V. WORLD2110 US 41, Nokomi s I-75 Exit 195 (941) 202-6422 7380 MOTOR HOMES / RVs WANTED All M otor Homes, TTs, 5th wheels,& Diesel trucks. CASH paidon the spot for quick sale. Any Condition! Low or High Value. 954-789-7530 TURN YOUR RV INTO CASH!Sell it! Consign it! Trade it!NOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM TRAILERS/5TH WHEELS TOY HAULERS/ SLIDE INS Top Brand s Be s t Price sNOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195941-202-6422WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM RV HOTLINE 1-877-684-5132 OVER 800 RVS IN STOCK! *SALES *SERVICE *PARTS *BODYFAMILYOWNEDAND OPERATEDGERZENYS RV WORLD2110 US41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195941-202-6422NEAROSCARSCHERERSTATEPARK WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM I BUY TRAVEL TRAILERS 5th Wheels Motor Homes & Trucks I Come to You! Call Dave Anytime. 813-713-3217 Blue-Ox Tow Hitches Sold & Installed. PRO-POWER AUTO SALES 4140 Whidden Blvd PC 33980 (941) 627-8822 Findthe newYou intheClassifieds! 7382 RV/CAMPER PARTS P O RTABLE S AT Antenna Wine gard auto for Direct, Dish, Bell $225 941-429-0681CLASSIFIEDS 10

PAGE 34

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 35 CLUB NEWSBlue Star MothersSouthwest Florida Chapter 4 of the Blue Star Mothers of America meets at 9:30 a.m. the second Saturday of each month at the Sarasota American Red Cross building, 2001 Cantu Court, Sarasota. Light refreshments are served. Blue Star Mothers of America is a nonpro“t, nonpartisan, nonsectarian and nonpolitical organization for mothers, grandmothers and stepmothers who have children serving in the armed forces. Associate members assist the chapter in supporting the mission of the Blue Star Mothers of America; any family member or friend may join. For more information or to join, visit www.”oridabluestarmoms. com or email swfbluestarmothers@ gmail.com.Charlotte County Parliamentarians UnitThe Charlotte County Parliamentarians Unit (CCPU) is a teaching unit that offers classes for anyone interested in Roberts Rules of Order and parliamentary procedure. Meetings are held the second Thursday of January, March, May, September, and November starting at 9:30 a.m. and are held at the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Hall, 23300 Harper Ave., Charlotte Harbor. Visitors are always welcome. Each meeting begins with a short business session followed by an informal class on some point of parliamentary procedure. For more information, call 941-637-5921 or go www.robertrules.org.Charlotte County Woodcarvers/SculptorsMeetings for the Charlotte County Woodcarvers/Sculptors, a nonpro“t organization dedicated to the art of woodcarving and wood sculpture, are held from 8 a.m. to noon every Tuesday at 802 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. The public is invited to visit and see what the club is all about. For more information, call 941-875-9244.Coast Guard AuxiliaryThe auxiliary is the volunteer arm of the U.S. Coast Guard, and is a member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The operational unit of the auxiliary is the Flotilla,Ž where Coast Guard policies and programs are transformed into action. For more information, go to www.coastguardenglewood. com or attend monthly meetings held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 1949 Englewood Road, (State Road 776).Computer GroupThe Charlotte County Computer Group meets at 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month at the Cultural Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte. The club will host programs or guest speakers each month with time allowed for computer questions. Members and guests are welcome. For more information, call 941-585-0356.Disabled American Veterans Meetings for the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 82 are at 4 p.m. on the “rst Thursday of every month at its new monthly meeting place, The American Legion Post 110, 3152 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. All veterans are urged to attend. For more information, call 941-629-2833.Greater Charlotte Harbor Sierra ClubMeetings are held at 7 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1532 Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte. Meetings include coffee, outdoor prizes, environmental speakers and more. For more information, call 941-626-4919.Italian Heritage Social ClubThe Italian Heritage Social Club is a fast growing club with 85 members of all ages. You do not have to be Italian to join. Pasta dinners and karaoke are held twice a month and a dinner/ dance once a month. A yearly talent show is also held. Yearly dues are $35 per member or $65 per couple. September membership drive dues are reduced to $25 per person. For more information, call 941-235-3303.Kiwanis Club of Punta GordaMeetings are held from 11: 45 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the “rst and third Thursdays of each month at Laishley Crab House, 150 E. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. Local projects include Socks for Kids, sponsorship of East Elementary, road cleanup, K-Kids, Builders Club, Key Club and Cir cle K. For more information, call 941-769-1270.League of Women Voters Charlotte CountyThe League of Women Voters Charlotte County is a non-partisan political group encouraging informed, active participation in government. Membership is open to residents of all ages, regardless of gender. The Charlotte County (Florida) chapter is one of 800 af“liates of the national Leagues. Like them on Facebook at League of Women Voters of Charlotte County and visit their website at http:// www.lwvcc”.org. For more information, email president Julie McGillivray at juliekmac@ymail.com.Military Women Across the Nation (MWAN)MWAN is a national organization dedicated to keeping all military women, past and present, informed of current events associated with their military service while staying connected with other women veterans to preserve our common history. Membership is open to all women veterans who have served honorably or are currently serving in all branches of the military. Meetings are held at 11 a.m. every third Wednesday of the month at Heron Creek Golf & Country Club, 3401 S. Sumter Blvd., North Port, at 11:00 am. Lunch may be ordered off the menu. For more information, call 941-429-8952.NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)A family support group is held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of every month at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1532 Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte. Two problems one person support group is held from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Friday at Charlotte Behavioral Health, Building A, Room 1, 1700 Education Ave., Punta Gorda. For more information, call Joseph P. Zyjewski, program coordinator, at 239-337-9024.NYC Transit RetireesMeetings for the New York City Transit retirees of Florida Chapter 11 are held at 1 p.m. the “rst Saturday of each month at Olympia Restaurant, 3245 S. Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte. All retirees from the Mabstoa, Queens and Surface lines are invited. For more information, contact Armando R. Loney at 941-623-8672 or J ose Grant at 941-624-6812.The Patriot Riders of America Inc.The Patriot Riders of America Inc., Chapter One meet at 2 p.m on the third Sunday at the American Legion Hall, Post 110 at 3152 Harbor Blvd, Port Charlotte. All parties interested in helping Veterans that have fallen on hard times are invited to attend. For more information contact 757-206-7871.Peace River Doll ClubThe Peace River Doll club was created 21 years ago to provide education, service, conservation, collecting and appreciation of dolls. Every society, from the most primitive to the most civilized has dolls and doll makers. They are created to teach and foster human nurturing. The club is a member of the National Club UFDCŽ (United Federation of Doll Clubs) and meet at 12:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at 227 Sullivan St., Punta Gorda. All who have an interest in dolls are invited to attend. For more information, call 941-575-7789 or 941-244-2204.Peace River Riders Bicycle ClubScheduled club rides are: 7:30 a.m. Tuesdays from Gilchrist Park, 400 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda, A group 18-21 mph for 30-35 miles, Tweeners 16-19 mph same distance, B group 14-16 mph same distance. Helmets required; 8 a.m. Thursdays, Tweeners Ride leaves from Gilchrist Park 16-19 mph, 30 miles; 7:30 a.m. Fridays from boat ramp at Laishley Marina, 120 Laishley Court, Punta Gorda, 19-21 mph, 35-40 miles; 8:30 a.m. Saturdays from the Acme Bicycle Shop, 615 Cross St. No. 1116, Punta Gorda, three speed groups from 12 mph to 21+ for 30 miles; 7 a.m. Sundays from Gilchrist Park, 18-19 mph for 30 miles. Helmets required. The public is invited to join. For more information, visit www.peaceriverridersbicycle.club.com.Peace River Sail and Power SquadronPeace River Sail and Power Squadron is the Charlotte County Florida unit of the U.S. Power Squadrons, Americas Boating Club. Peace River offers a variety of classes taught by boaters for boaters. The squadron is active in the community and offers social activities on sea and land. Classroom facilities are located at 750 West Retta Esplanade Punta Gorda, FL. Membership in Peace River Sail and Power Squadron is open to anyone with an interest in safe boating and has completed the USPS Americas Boating Course (or a NASBLA approved equivalent). For information contact info@ PeaceRiverSailandPowerSquadron.org, call 941-637-0766 or visit our web page at http://www.usps.org/localusps/ peaceriver/index.html.Peace River Wood TurnersPeace River Wood Turners meet at 6 p.m. on the “rst Thursday of every month at the Cultural Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Room 34, Port Charlotte. For more information, call 941-505-1016 or 219-928-3509.Port Charlotte Garden ClubMeetings are held monthly between September and May (except December) at 9:30 a.m. on the second Thursday, at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 2565 Tamiami Trail. The public is warmly welcomed and all attendees are encouraged to sign in. For more information, contact Carolyn Savary, 941-426-1299.Punta Gorda Lions ClubMeetings are held the second and fourth Mondays at 5:30 p.m. at the FOE Eagles, 23111 Harborview corner of Kings Highway, Port Charlotte. Dinner reservations are required by calling 941-637-9979 or email Bill Ringelstein at biljeanr@embarqmail. com. The Punta Gorda Lions are major providers of eye exams, eye glasses, eye surgeries, hearing aids and hearing aids in the Charlotte County area. Also, we provide county wide preschool screenings of vision and hearing through the Early Learning Coalition.Punta Gorda Masonic Lodge F&AM 115Chartered, Jan. 21 1890, serving the community for more than 125 years. Free and Accepted Masons stated communications are held the “rst and third Thursday at 7:30 p.m., dinner served at 6:30 p.m., at 2539 Airport Road, Punta Gorda. All Master Masons are welcome. For more information, email puntagorda115@gmail.com.Rotary Club of Charlotte HarborMeetings are held at 6:45 a.m. every Tuesday morning at the Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte. For more information, call Mark Payne at 941-743-5365.Rotary Club of MurdockMeetings are held from 7:45 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. every Thursday at Perkins on 41 (1700 Tamiami Trail). Breakfast is available. Visiting Rotarians and snowbird Rotarians are welcome as well as anyone who might be interested in joining Rotary. Some local projects include the building of the adaptive playground at Charlotte Harbor School, yearly Halloween parties for disabled children at Peace River Elementary, distribution of dictionaries to all third graders in “ve schools in Port Charlotte (other schools are handled by other Rotary Clubs), and scholarships for high school students. For more information, call Walt Powers at 941-624-2353.Rotary Club of Punta Gorda Meetings are held at noon on Thursdays at the Isles Yacht Club, 1780 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. The Rotary Club of Punta Gorda promotes good fellowship and puts service to the community and to the world above self. It sponsors the Taste of Punta Gorda, works with several local charitable organizations, and funds international humanitarian projects in Africa and Latin America. Visitors are welcome. For more information, call 219-742-3287, or visit http://www.puntagordarotary.com.Royal Order of Ponce de Leon ConquistadorsThe Conquistadors honor Ponce de Leons discovery of Florida, celebrate his landing in Charlotte Harbor, and promotes the Spanish heritage of Punta Gorda and Port Charlotte. It is a non-pro“t organization of local businessmen, professionals, community leaders and retirees. Membership is open to men wishing to promote the organizations history and community endeavors. Meetings are held year-round at 5 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month, at the Charlotte Park Community Center in Punta Gorda. The ROPC sponsors college scholarships at Charlotte, Port Charlotte and Lemon Bay high schools, sponsors community events like the Conquistadors Cup Regatta, and participates in full costume, with its ship, the Palencia, in local parades. For more information, call Larry Sexton at 941-505-4686, or Lindsay Harrington at 941-380-4277.Sons of ItalyThe Sons of Italy, 3725 Easy St., Port Charlotte, is a nonpro“t Fraternal Organization, which donates quarterly to Autism, Alzheimers, Cooleys Anemia, Cancer, Salvation Army & Homeless Coalition, here in Charlotte County and also creates scholarships for students from the community. A full dinner is served at 6 p.m. every Thursday followed by karaoke and dancing for $9. You dont have to be Italian, to be a member.Ž For more information, call 941-764-9003 or 941-875-7314.SWFL Retired Law Enforcement AssociationMeetings are held every “rst Wednesday of each month meets at 6: 30 p.m. at Fraternal Order of Police R.E. Lister Memorial Lodge 66, 23300 Harper Ave., Port Charlotte. Dinner is served to all members. The association welcomes all new members. For more information, call 941-235-8493.Sunrise Kiwanis Club of Port CharlotteMeetings are held from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. every Thursday at the Cultural Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St. Breakfast is served. Some of the local projects include: Shoes for Kids, Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets to local schools and agencies, reading program at Neil Armstrong Elementary, Florida Foundation Scholarship Fund Sponsor and many more. For more information, call 941-637-5611.US ParatroopersThe U.S. Paratroopers group meets the third Wednesday of each month at American Legion Post 110, 3152 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. All military jump-quali“ed individuals are invited to join.Venetian Harmony ChorusVenetian Harmony Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines a womens barbershop singing organization, is looking for new members from the area. Rehearsals are held every Monday night from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. (except on the second Monday of the month) at Christ Lutheran Church, 701 N. Indiana Ave., Englewood. For more information, call 941-4801480 or visit website www.venetianharmony.com.Vietnam Veterans of AmericaGulf Coast Chapter 1037, Vietnam Veterans of America meets at 7 p.m. on the “rst and third Monday of each month at American Legion Post 110, 3152 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. All Vietnam veterans and supporters are welcome to attend. For more information, call 941-276-1842 or email drbruland@comcast.net.Writers Help WritersMeetings are held the “rst Tuesday of each month from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. the Punta Gorda Library, 424 W. Henry St. In Punta Gorda. Everyone, in turn, reads a few pages of their current work and receives helpful and encouraging feedback from those present. This is a small group normally around 10 authors so we have time to help each other improve our work. The group is sponsored by the Charlotte Arts and thanks to the generosity of the public library there is no charge to attend and one does not have to belong to any particular group. So if youre writing a book poetry or anything else you are welcome to join in. For more information, contact Paul Holmes at pgholmes@comcast.net.Zonta ClubThe Zonta Club of Punta Gorda/Port Charlotte works diligently to advocate for empowerment of women and girls. The club is an af“liate of Zonta International which is a global network of professionals committed to equal rights and a life free of violence for all women and girls. Local projects include support to CARE, Girls on the Run, Healthy Start Coalition, and the Human Traf“cking Awareness Partnerships. Monthly dinner meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at the Laishley Crab House in Punta Gorda. For more information, call 941-380-0877 or email judiw5@comcast.net. To submit items for consideration, email sdennis@sun-herald.com.CLASSIFIEDS 11

PAGE 35

Page 36 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 CLASSIFIEDS 12 ENGLEWOOD 7785 Manasota Key Road Michelle Hupp 941-773-5464 N5915516 $1,699,000 PUNTA GORDA 43 Sabal Drive Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7250410 $1,350,000 PLACIDA 11492 Creekside Way Kirt Huggins 407-456-3022 D5922186 $1,395,000 LOCALLY KNOWN. GLOBALLY CONNECTED. ENGLEWOOD41 Dominica Drive Maryann Casey 941-468-3741 D5922683 $499,900 ENGLEWOOD1970 Georgia Avenue Randy & Joni McLendon 941-504-5675 D6100488 $489,900 PUNTA GORDA3329 Sunset Key Circle 607 Cynthia Artale 239-851-2216 C7246153 $485,000 VENICE19787 Cobblestone Circle Bryan Dwyer 941-809-9106 A4193539 $475,000 PUNTA GORDA25180 Roland Lane Sandra Limberger 239-898-5238 C7402954 $469,000 VENICE824 Derbyshire Drive Robert Goldman 941-400-2756 N6100956 $349,000 VENICE157 Grand Oak Circle Denise Mattmuller 941-232-8055 A4404780 $335,000 VENICE980 Cooper Street 401 Jackie Kennedy 941-266-4074 N5916446 $299,000 PUNTA GORDA3392 Sunset Key Circle B Ken & Sue Parr 941-916-1252 C7249092 $295,000 PORT CHARLOTTE388 Blarney Street Tanya Harrington 941-249-1019 C7249870 $276,900 PORT CHARLOTTE10274 Lobelia Place Elizabeth Burr 941-855-1142 D5923300 $269,000 VENICE550 W Flamingo Drive 205 Kevin Stanley 941-716-0564 N5916360 $919,000 PLACIDA11000 Placida Road 2802 Debi Benson 941-815-5969 D6100389 $685,000 PALM ISLAND301 S Gulf Boulevard 19 Kevin Mackin 941-769-0198 D5922183 $599,900 VENICE417 Villas Drive Peggy Mock 941-356-3584 A4209657 $539,000 PLACIDA11220 Hacienda Del Mar Blvd A201 Krista S. Potthast-Haynes, P.A. 941-759-3796 D5916007 $529,000 PLACIDA8944 Scallop Way Elizabeth Burr & Shawna Wagar941-855-1142 & 727-420-4987 D5923173 $399,000 PUNTA GORDA95 Vivante Boulevard 303 Karen Brown 941-380-2820 C7402746 $375,000 ROTONDA WEST31 Broadmoor Lane Irina Kolesnik 941-777-4377 N6101049 $375,000 VENICE121 Wading Bird Drive Jo-Anne Sckowska & Nell Taylor 941-321-8975 N6100286 $374,900 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE157 Inlets Boulevard Marilyn Tibball 941-350-1832 N5916213 $364,999 PUNTA GORDA24417 Baltic Avenue 201 Richard Stewart 941-639-0000 C7251184 $359,900 NORTH PORT/VENICE2337 Wurtsmith Lane Ken Callahan 941-676-0901 D6100526 $214,900 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE628 Hamlin Street Janet Oberholtzer 484-798-7824 N5915434 $210,000 VENICE654 Bird Bay Drive E 201 Tammy Kitt 941-284-7274 N6101101 $184,000 ROTONDA WEST135 Rotonda Circle Misty Raines 941-724-1989 D6100844 $179,000 ENGLEWOOD1240 Drury Lane Misty Raines 941-724-1989 D5923362 $154,900 PUNTA GORDA25225 Rampart Boulevard 802 Debra Gurin 941-875-3242 C7401701 $115,000 OSPREY127 Bishops Court Road Nicole Dovgopolyi & Rosalie Phillips 941-356-5849 A4402607 $450,000 OSPREY1511 Landlubber Lane Kristine Niehaus & Christy Neff 941-376-4950 A4212936 $449,000 VENICE494 Summerfield Way Susan Brooker 941-223-6055 N5916951 $448,500 VENICE1255 Tarpon Center Drive 705 Martha Pike 941-716-4392 N6101077 $439,900 VENICE586 Mossy Creek Drive Martha Pike 941-716-4392 N6101075 $434,900 VENICE1441 Gleneagles Drive Robert Brooker 941-445-0861 N6101140 $415,000 VENICE1629 Monarch Drive 1629 Cheryl Torres 941-915-9026 A4400616 $264,500 PUNTA GORDA814 Islamorada Boulevard Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7247659 $260,000 PLACIDA7070 Placida Road 1121 Shawna Wagar 727-420-4987 D6100747 $239,900 VENICE902 Casa Del Lago Way 902 Marybeth Tvaroch 941-815-4202 D6100495 $216,000 PUNTA GORDA721 Tangerine Court Leo Roberts 941-916-0598 C7402590 $215,000 PUNTA GORDA112 Big Pine Lane Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7228044 $214,900 VENICE 743 Eagle Point Drive Helen Moore 941-724-2030 N6101092 $2,450,000 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE 199 Bayview Parkway Helen Moore 941-724-2030 N6100311 $799,000 SARASOTA 1548 Selby Lane 7 Maryann Casey 941-468-3741 D5919051 $895,000 OSPREY 82 Sugar Mill Drive Tracy DeRamo 941-650-4988 A4203127 $985,000 PORT CHARLOTTE 12439 Prather Avenue Bob Lorence 239-682-2106 N5915475 $1,000,000 MSC MORTGAGE | MSC TITLE | MS&C COMMERCIAL NEW HOMES & CONDOMINIUMS | RENTAL888.552.5228 michaelsaunders.comLICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKEROPEN HOUSES SUNDAYS 1Â…4 PMmichaelsaunders.com SUNDAY'S OPEN HOUSESNOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE19 Inlets Boulevard 19. $449,000. Marilyn Tibball. 941-350-1832. N5916400 105 Bellini Court. $370,000. Charlie O'Donnell. 941-416-7061. N6100842NORTH PORT2784 Arugula Drive. $220,900. Randy & Joni McLendon. 941-504-5675. A4204776PORT CHARLOTTE22375 Edgewater Drive 107. $97,500. Debra Gurin. 941-875-3242. C7250975PUNTA GORDA3392 Sunset Key Circle B. $295,000. Chrstine Chamberline. 941-268-3172. C7249092VENICE920 Inlet Circle. $549,000. Dan & Audrey Peabody. 941-780-6695. N6100937 10600 Corkwood Court. $465,000. Joanne Hammar. 941-204-1094. N6100743 519 Albee Farm Road 117. $104,000. Robin Sullivan. 941-467-4210. N6100461 adno=54537271

PAGE 36

The News Wire Saturday, July 14, 2018 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER FDA OKs first drug to treat smallpoxU.S. regulators Friday approved the first treatment for smallpox „ a deadly disease that was wiped out four decades ago „ in case the virus is used in a terror attack. See page 8. The U.S. has nosed ahead of Saudi Arabia and is on pace to surpass Russia to become the worlds biggest oil producer for the “rst time in more than four decades. The latest forecast from the U.S. Energy Information Administration predicts that U.S. output will grow next year to 11.8 million barrels a day. If the forecast holds, that would make the U.S. the worlds leading producer of crude,Ž says Linda Capuano, who heads the agency, a part of the Energy Department. Saudi Arabia and Russia could upend that forecast by boosting their own production. In the face of rising global oil prices, members of the OPEC cartel and a few non-members including Russia agreed last month to ease production caps that had contributed to the run-up in prices. President Donald Trump has urged the Saudis to pump more oil to contain rising prices. He tweeted on June 30 that King Salman agreed to boost production maybe up to 2,000,000 barrels.Ž The White House later clari“ed that the king said his country has a reserve of 2 million barrels a day that could be tapped if and when necessary.Ž The idea that the U.S. could ever again become the worlds top oil producer once seemed preposterous. A decade ago the only question was how fast would U.S. production go down,Ž said Daniel Yergin, author of several books about the oil industry including a history, The Prize.Ž The rebound of U.S. output has made a huge difference. If this had not happened, we would have had a severe shortage of world oil,Ž he said. The United States led the world in oil production for much of the 20th century, but the Soviet Union surpassed America in 1974, and Saudi Arabia did the same in 1976, according to Energy Department “gures. By the end of the 1970s the USSR was producing one-third US expected to become worlds top oil producer next yearBy DAVID KOENIGAP BUSINESS WRITEROIL | 8 Russian military officers indictedMoscow now accused of US election meddlingWASHINGTON „ Twelve Russian military intelligence of“cers hacked into the Clinton presidential campaign and Democratic Party and released tens of thousands of private communications in a sweeping conspiracy by the Kremlin to meddle in the 2016 U.S. election, according to an indictment announced days before President Donald Trumps summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The indictment represents special counsel Robert Muellers “rst charges against Russian government of“cials for interfering in American politics, an effort U.S. intelligence agencies say was aimed at helping the Trump campaign and harming the election bid of his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton. The 29-page indictment lays out how, months before Americans went to the polls, Russian of“cers schemed to break into key Democratic email accounts, including those belonging to the Clinton campaign, Democratic National Committee chairman John Podesta and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Politically damaging emails for Clinton appeared on WikiLeaks in the elections critical “nal stretch. The charges allege the Russian defendants, using a persona known as Guccifer 2.0, in August 2016 contacted a person close to the Trump campaign saying it would be a great pleasureŽ to help. And they allege that the hackers, hours after Trump encouraged Russia to “nd missing Clinton emails, tried for the “rst time to break into email accounts used by Clintons personal of“ce, along with 76 Clinton campaign email addresses. The indictment does not allege that Trump campaign associates were involved in the hacking effort or that Americans were knowingly in touch with Russian of“cers. It also does not allege that any vote tallies were altered by hacking. The White House seized on those points in a statement that offered no condemnation of the alleged Russian conspiracy. Trump has repeatedly expressed skepticism about Russian involvement in the hacking and has been accused by Democrats of cozying up to the Russian president. He complained anew about the Russia investigation before the indictment, saying the stupidityŽ was making it very hard to do something with Russia.ŽBy ERIC TUCKERASSOCIATED PRESSINDICTED | 8 AP PHOTODeputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks during a news conference at the Department of Justice, on Friday.LONDON „ President Donald Trump closed out a turbulent 30-hour visit to England on Friday that featured massive protests, moments of pageantry and startling diplomatic back”ips as the U.S. leader tried to smooth over controversies on trade, Brexit and his critical assessment of British Prime Minister Theresa May. After a breach of protocol in bashing his hosts, Trump was on his best behavior as he wrapped up the visit, insisting the U.S.-U.K. relationship is at the highest level of specialŽ before dropping by Windsor Castle for tea with the queen and heading off for a weekend at one of his golf courses in Scotland. He left a trail of double-talk and chaos that has become a pattern in the U.S. presidents recent overseas travels. Even Trumps reception by Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle became a dramatic split-screen event, as the Justice Department in Washington simultaneously announced indictments against 12 Russian military intelligence of“cers for 2016 election interference, charges issued just days before Trumps summit with Russias Vladimir Putin on Monday. Trumps pomp-“lled visit to the U.K. was overshadowed by an explosive interview in The Sun newspaper in which he blasted May, blamed Londons mayor for terrorist attacks against the city and argued that Europe was losing its cultureŽ because of immigration. The president who prides himself on not apologizing did his own version of backpedaling at a news conference with May on Friday, seeking to blame his favorite foil for any perceived friction with May, whom he lavished with praise after having questioned her leadership. I didnt criticize the prime minister,Ž Trump said. I have a lot of respect for the prime minister.Ž He blamed the newspaper for skipping over his praise of May in a piece that was published Thursday just as the prime minister played host to Trump at an opulent welcome dinner at a country palace. The president then urged reporters to listen to a full recording of the interview, which he said would give the full picture. But the audio already posted on The Suns website only undermined Trumps familiar charge of fake news.ŽProtests, diplomatic backflips mark Trumps visit to EnglandBy JILL COLVIN and JONATHAN LEMIREASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOPresident Donald Trump walks with Queen Elizabeth II, inspecting the Guard of Honour at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England.BACKFLIPS | 8 LAHORE, Pakistan „ The deadliest attacks in Pakistans troubled election campaign killed at least 132 people, including a candidate, on Friday just before the arrest of disgraced former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif upon his return to the country. In the southwestern province of Baluchistan, a suicide bomber killed 128 people, including a politician running for a provincial legislature. Four others died in a strike in Pakistans northwest, spreading panic in the country. The attacks came hours before Sharif returned from London along with his daughter Maryam to face a 10-year prison sentence on corruption charges, anti-corruption of“cials said. Maryam Sharif faces seven years in jail. He was taken into custody to serve his sentence however he is expected to appeal and seek bail. It wasnt clear when his appeal would be “led but he has until Monday. In the southern town of Mastung, candidate Siraj Raisani and 127 others died when a suicide bomber blew himself up amid scores of supporters who had gathered at a rally. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement carried on its Aamaq news agency. The group gave no reason for the bombing that killed Raisani, who was running for the election on the Baluchistan Awami Party ticket. Raisani is the brother of the former Baluchistan chief minister, Aslam Raisani. Caretaker Home Minister Agha Umar Bungalzai told The Associated Press another 300 people were wounded in Fridays bombing.132 die in Pakistan election violenceBy ZAHEER BABAR and ABDUL SATTARASSOCIATED PRESSVIOLENCE | 8

PAGE 37

Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTAn afternoon thunderstorm A t-storm in spots earlyHIGH 92 LOW 7560% chance of rain 40% chance of rainA stray thunderstorm in the afternoon91 / 7540% chance of rain SUNDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREClouds and sun with a thunderstorm; humid90 / 7655% chance of rain MONDAYA shower or thunderstorm in the area91 / 7655% chance of rain TUESDAYSome sun, humid; a p.m. t-storm possible88 / 7630% chance of rain THURSDAYSome sun with a shower or t-storm; humid87 / 7655% chance of rain WEDNESDAY 2 5 11 9 3 2 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent 050100150200300500 530-50 Good; 51-100 Moderate; 101-150 Unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300 Very Unhealthy; 301-500 HazardousSource : scgov.net 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme.RealFeel Temperature is the exclusive AccuWeather. com composite of effective temperature based on eight weather factors.UV Index and RealFeel Temperature TodayPrecipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Temperatures Temperatures TemperaturesSource : National Allergy Bureau CONDITIONS TODAY AIR QUALITY INDEX POLLEN INDEX WEATHER HISTORY WEATHER TRIVIA’ PORT CHARLOTTE SEBRING VENICE89961031059893Air Quality Index readings as of FridayMain pollutant: ParticulatesPunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Friday Sebring through 2 p.m. Friday Venice through 2 p.m. Friday24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 1.23Ž Month to date 5.14Ž Normal month to date 3.72Ž Year to date 31.67Ž Normal year to date 24.68Ž Record 2.05Ž (1994) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.14Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. Trace Month to date 6.19Ž Normal month to date 3.19Ž Year to date 20.28Ž Normal year to date 23.93Ž Record 2.05Ž (2008) High/Low 92/75 Normal High/Low 92/74 Record High 95 (2016) Record Low 69 (1985) High/Low 93/72 High/Low 88/77 Normal High/Low 91/74 Record High 95 (1996) Record Low 69 (1975)Pollen Index readings as of Friday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2018 2017 Avg. Record/Year J an. 1.98 0.88 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 0.66 0.94 2.52 11.05/1983 Mar. 0.53 0.80 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 1.15 1.59 2.03 5.80/1994 May 15.98 2.74 2.50 15.98/2018 J un. 6.23 14.79 8.92 23.99/1974 J ul. 5.14 9.02 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 13.12 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 12.46 6.84 14.03/1979 Oct. 2.54 2.93 10.88/1995 Nov. 0.44 1.91 5.53/2002 Dec. 1.04 1.78 6.83/2002 Y ear 31.67 60.36 50.74 (since 1931) T otals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W FLORIDA CITIES Today Sun.Apalachicola 90 78 t 90 78 pc Bradenton 91 77 t 89 77 sh Clearwater 90 78 t 89 77 t Coral Springs 93 75 sh 93 76 pc Daytona Beach 91 74 t 89 73 t Fort Lauderdale 90 78 s 91 79 pc Fort Myers 92 74 t 91 74 pc Gainesville 93 75 t 91 74 t Jacksonville 89 75 t 87 73 t Key Largo 88 77 sh 88 78 pc Key West 89 82 sh 90 83 s Lakeland 91 74 t 89 74 t Melbourne 92 75 pc 92 77 pc Miami 90 75 sh 91 75 pc Naples 91 77 t 91 77 pc Ocala 91 73 t 88 72 t Okeechobee 90 71 t 90 73 t Orlando 92 74 t 91 74 t Panama City 90 78 t 89 77 pc Pensacola 93 79 t 91 79 pc Pompano Beach 91 77 pc 92 78 pc St. Augustine 89 73 t 87 73 t St. Petersburg 90 76 t 89 76 t Sarasota 92 74 t 90 74 t Tallahassee 93 76 t 90 73 t Tampa 92 79 t 90 78 t Vero Beach 91 70 pc 92 72 pc West Palm Beach 90 75 c 90 76 pc Punta Gorda Englewood Boca Grande El Jobean Venice High Low High Low Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola Wind Speed Seas Bay/Inland direction in knots in feet chop TIDES MARINEPossible weather-related delays today. Check with your airline for the most updated schedules. Hi/Lo Outlook Delays AIRPORTToday 6:24a 9:48a 4:07p --Sun. 7:00a 12:24a 5:00p 10:48a Today 5:01a 8:04a 2:44p 10:40p Sun. 5:37a 9:04a 3:37p 11:24p Today 3:51a 6:51a 1:30p 9:18p Sun. 4:32a 7:55a 2:22p 10:00p Today 6:56a 12:07a 4:39p 10:17a Sun. 7:32a 12:53a 5:32p 11:17a Today 3:16a 6:43a 12:59p 9:19p Sun. 3:52a 7:43a 1:52p 10:03p W 5-10 0-2 Light SW 5-10 0-1 SmoothFt. Myers 92/74 storms afternoon Punta Gorda 93/74 storms afternoon Sarasota 92/74 storms afternoon The Sun Rise Set The Moon Rise Set Minor Major Minor MajorThe solunar period schedule allows planning days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during those times. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. SUN AND MOON SOLUNAR TABLEForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018First Jul 19 Full Jul 27 Last Aug 4 New Aug 11 Today 8:20 a.m. 10:03 p.m. Sunday 9:28 a.m. 10:51 p.m. Today 6:43 a.m. 8:25 p.m. Sunday 6:44 a.m. 8:25 p.m. Today 7:32a 1:17a 8:03p 1:48p Sun. 8:38a 2:23a 9:07p 2:52p Mon. 9:41a 3:27a 10:08p 3:55p Monterrey 97/70 Chihuahua 91/66 Los Angeles 88/69 Washington 92/75 New York 90/74 Miami 90/75 Atlanta 87/73 Detroit 91/71 Houston 93/77 Kansas City 89/72 Chicago 86/72 Minneapolis 89/71 El Paso 92/74 Denver 96/62 Billings 91/61 San Francisco 74/61 Seattle 84/63 Toronto 85/68 Montreal 83/69 Winnipeg 91/57 Ottawa 88/64 WORLD CITIESCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WWeather (W): s -sunny, pc -partly cloudy, c -cloudy, sh -showers, t -thunderstorms, r -rain, sf -snow flurries, sn -snow, i -ice. THE NATION Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow IceShown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Fronts Precipitation -10s-0s0s10s20s30s40s50s60s70s80s90s100s110sU.S. ExtremesPublication date: 07/14/18 Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun.Albuquerque 85 68 t 87 67 pc Anchorage 61 51 c 63 52 c Atlanta 87 73 t 88 73 pc Baltimore 91 72 s 93 73 pc Billings 91 61 pc 81 59 pc Birmingham 90 73 t 89 72 t Boise 100 66 s 100 68 s Boston 79 67 pc 81 69 pc Buffalo 84 68 pc 87 68 s Burlington, VT 83 66 t 87 64 pc Charleston, WV 92 71 pc 89 71 t Charlotte 89 71 pc 92 72 pc Chicago 86 72 pc 87 74 pc Cincinnati 95 75 s 90 74 pc Cleveland 92 71 pc 88 70 pc Columbia, SC 91 70 pc 93 73 pc Columbus, OH 92 74 pc 89 73 t Concord, NH 78 58 c 84 58 t Dallas 98 79 s 99 79 s Denver 96 62 s 85 59 t Des Moines 83 70 t 87 70 t Detroit 91 71 t 90 71 pc Duluth 87 62 s 83 59 t Fairbanks 67 51 s 64 52 sh Fargo 89 63 s 78 55 t Hartford 86 67 pc 88 66 pc Helena 82 55 pc 87 58 s Honolulu 87 75 r 88 77 pc Houston 93 77 t 96 77 t Indianapolis 93 74 s 88 74 pc Jackson, MS 94 73 t 94 73 t Kansas City 89 72 t 91 74 t Knoxville 90 72 s 89 74 t Las Vegas 103 87 pc 105 89 pc Los Angeles 88 69 pc 85 69 pc Louisville 96 77 s 91 77 t Memphis 96 77 t 95 77 t Milwaukee 82 68 t 83 70 pc Minneapolis 89 71 pc 87 63 t Montgomery 92 75 t 91 73 t Nashville 95 76 s 92 77 c New Orleans 93 76 t 94 76 pc New York City 90 74 pc 88 74 pc Norfolk, VA 84 71 pc 91 74 pc Oklahoma City 96 75 pc 96 74 s Omaha 85 73 pc 89 72 t Philadelphia 90 72 s 91 74 pc Phoenix 103 82 pc 100 84 pc Pittsburgh 90 72 pc 86 70 t Portland, ME 72 59 c 76 61 pc Portland, OR 91 66 s 97 68 s Providence 80 66 pc 84 67 t Raleigh 89 68 s 92 72 pc Salt Lake City 90 70 s 95 72 s St. Louis 95 77 pc 91 75 t San Antonio 97 77 pc 99 76 s San Diego 79 70 pc 77 69 pc San Francisco 74 61 pc 75 60 pc Seattle 84 63 s 90 62 s Washington, DC 92 75 s 93 78 pc Amsterdam 75 56 pc 80 61 pc Baghdad 112 81 s 113 84 s Beijing 85 75 t 88 78 t Berlin 76 58 pc 76 58 pc Buenos Aires 68 48 pc 60 40 pc Cairo 97 76 s 98 78 s Calgary 69 47 s 76 50 pc Cancun 88 77 pc 89 76 pc Dublin 74 59 pc 70 53 sh Edmonton 66 43 pc 75 49 pc Halifax 66 58 s 70 62 c Kiev 75 59 pc 75 60 t London 81 59 pc 84 62 pc Madrid 94 63 s 90 63 s Mexico City 74 55 t 76 53 t Montreal 83 69 c 86 69 pc Ottawa 88 64 c 90 63 s Paris 83 64 t 85 64 t Regina 74 47 pc 73 44 s Rio de Janeiro 79 66 s 84 69 s Rome 91 67 s 89 69 s St. Johns 62 52 r 71 60 c San Juan 87 78 pc 88 78 s Sydney 62 42 s 62 41 s Tokyo 92 80 s 92 81 s Toronto 85 68 t 87 69 s Vancouver 78 61 s 79 61 s Winnipeg 91 57 pc 77 54 sHigh ................... 102 at Thermal, CALow ..................... 37 at Leadville, CO(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)85The mid-Atlantic was in the middle of a monsoon-like storm July 14, 1975. Some areas in Maryland had 7 inches of rain. Q: When does the Atlantic hurricane season start to get into full swing?A: August. Port Charlotte Tampa Bradenton Englewood Fort Myers Myakka City Punta Gorda Lehigh Acres Hull Arcadia Bartow Winter Haven Plant City Brandon St. Petersburg Wauchula Sebring Lake Wales Frostproof La Belle Felda Lake Placid Brighton Venus Longboat Key Placida Osprey Limestone Apollo Beach Venice Ft. Meade Sarasota Clearwater Boca Grande Cape Coral Sanibel Bonita Springs Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows. North Port 92/75 92/73 92/73 92/74 93/74 93/73 92/72 91/73 92/72 92/79 91/77 90/78 91/76 92/74 93/74 93/74 92/74 93/75 93/75 92/74 93/74 93/74 93/75 90/76 93/74 90/77 90/76 91/75 93/74 92/76 90/76 91/73 92/74 90/78 89/78 91/76 91/76 92/75 WORLD NEWS/WEATHERFAISALABAD, Pakistan „ Pakistan is seeing an unprecedented number of extremists and militant sectarian groups „ even an international terror “gure with a $10 million U.S.-offered bounty on his head „ on the campaign trail ahead of parliamentary elections later this month. Analysts warn the phenomenon is a slippery slope to further radicalization of this conservative Muslim majority nation. Michael Kugelman, deputy director of the Asia Program at the Washington-based Wilson Center, says the participation of the radical groups in the election is highly signi“cant, not because of their ability to sweep into power, which wont happen, but because of how they can use the political process to legitimize themselves and their extremist ideologies.Ž Take the small political party known as the Milli Muslim League, or MML. In April, Washington placed the MML on its list of foreign terrorist groups, calling it a front for the Lashkar-e-Taiba militant group, co-founded by U.S.-wanted militant Ha“z Saeed to stage attacks against Indian troops in the Himalayan region of Kashmir, divided between India and Pakistan but claimed by both in its entirety. Saeed, blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people, was declared a terrorist by the United Nations and the United States has offered a $10 million bounty for him. When Pakistans election commission refused to register the MML for the July 25 elections, Saeed “elded his candidates under the banner of the already-registered Allah-oAkbar Tehreek party. Its a familiar modus operandi for Saeed, who routinely dodges sanctions by renaming his outlawed organizations. When Lashkar-e-Taiba was declared a terrorist group, it was resurrected as the Jamaat ul Daawa „ a welfare organization aiding the poor and sick, according to Saeed. By bringing the often-toxic views of these groups into the political mainstream, Pakistans already-enabling environment for extremism risks becoming all the more permissive,Ž said Kugelman. Mohammad Yaqoub Sheikh, a candidate for parliament from the Punjab provincial capital of Lahore, openly admits that the Allah-o-Akbar Tehreek and the MML are one party.Ž The Allah-o-Akbar Tehreek has more than 260 candidates contesting the polls. In Lahore and elsewhere across Punjab province, where 60 percent of the countrys 200 million people live, its campaign posters prominently feature Saeed and are emblazoned with the MML party name. The political crisis that has gripped Pakistan since last July, when the Supreme Court ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from of“ce over corruption and the subsequent cascading allegations against his ruling Pakistan Muslim League party, have also played into the hands of extremists and radicals, who have traditionally had the patronage of the countrys powerful military and intelligence agency. Forced to elect a new leadership, the Pakistan Muslim League is heading into the race for the 342-seat National Assembly and four provincial parliaments weakened by the scandal surrounding Sharif and an irate military. Sharif is believed to have run afoul of the military, which has ruled Pakistan directly or indirectly for most of its 71-year history, when he sought to restrict its involvement in civilian affairs and criticized army efforts to combat extremist groups. Rights groups say the military is seeking to in”uence the election outcome to keep Sharifs party out of power.Radicals, extremists campaign ahead of Pakistan electionsBy KATHY GANNONASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON „ British detectives investigating the poisoning of two people by the nerve agent Novichok in southwestern England said Friday that a small bottle found in the home of one of the victims tested positive for the deadly substance. Dawn Sturgess, 44, and Charlie Rowley, 45, were sickened on June 30 in a town not far from the city where British authorities said a Russian ex-spy and his daughter were poisoned with Novichok in March. Sturgess died in a hospital on Sunday. Her partner, Charlie Rowley, initially was in critical condition, but has regained consciousness. The Metropolitan Police said the bottle was found during searches of Rowleys house Wednesday and scientists con“rmed the substance in the bottle was Novichok. Police have interviewed Rowley in recent days since he recovered consciousness. Police are still looking into where the bottle came from and how it came to be in Rowleys house. Further tests will be carried out to establish whether it is from the same batch that contaminated Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in March. Assistant Police Commissioner Neil Basu said no more details would be provided about the bottle. More than 100 police of“cers had been searching for the source of Rowley and Sturgess exposure in the towns of Amesbury, where they lived, and Salisbury, where the Skripals were poisoned. Basu said cordons would remain in place in some locations to protect the public. This is clearly a signi“cant and positive development. However, we cannot guarantee that there isnt any more of the substance leftŽ Basu said. This is to allow thorough searches to continue as a precautionary measure for public safety and to assist the investigation team.Ž The Novichok saga began in March when Sergei and Yulia Skripal mysteriously fell ill on a park bench in Salisbury. They were found to have been poisoned with Novichok, a lethal nerve agent produced in the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Prime Minister Theresa May blamed the Russian government for the attack, which the Kremlin vehemently denied. The case led the United States and other countries to expel a large number of Russian diplomats. Public health of“cials say the risk to the public is low, but advised people not to pick up any strange items.UK police confirm source of Novichok poisoningBy GREGORY KATZASSOCIATED PRESS MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLDPompeo visits Mexico, is urged to reunite migrant familiesMEXICO CITY (AP) „ Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on Friday urged a U.S. delegation led by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to quickly reunite migrant families separated at the border. Pena Nieto called for a permanent alternative that prioritizes the well-being and rights of minorsŽ and expressed concern over a recent attack on a 92-yearold Mexican man legally residing in California, a statement from the presidency said. The man was reportedly beaten by a woman with a brick and told, Go back to your country.Ž Pena Nieto said such incidents encourage a climate of hate and racism that we must avoid.Ž Pompeo was visiting Mexico with Cabinet-level of“cials to meet with both Pena Nieto and president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.Iceberg 4 miles wide breaks off from Greenland glacierLONDON (AP) „ An iceberg four miles wide has broken off from a glacier in eastern Greenland and scientists have captured the dramatic event on video. New York University professor David Holland, an expert in atmospheric and ocean science, told The Associated Press that this is the largest event weve seen in over a decade in Greenland.Ž A June 22 video of the incident was taken by his wife, Denise Holland of NYUs Environmental Fluid Dynamics Laboratory. They had camped by the Helheim Glacier for weeks to collect data to better project sea level changes due to global warming. Holland said Wednesday that the time-lapse video, which is speeded up 20 times, shows 3 percent of the annual ice loss of Greenland occur in 30 minutes.Ž It sounded like rockets going off,Ž he said.UN council narrowly approves arms embargo on South SudanUNITED NATIONS (AP) „ The U.N. Security Council narrowly approved a U.S.-drafted resolution imposing an arms embargo on South Sudan Friday over objections that it could hurt African efforts to end the “ve-year con”ict in the worlds newest nation. The resolution received the minimum nine yesŽ votes. The six other council members abstained „ Russia, China, Ethiopia, Equatorial Guinea, Kazakhstan and Bolivia. In addition to an immediate arms embargo, the resolution imposes a travel ban and asset freeze on South Sudans deputy defense chief for logistics, Malek Reuben Riak Rengu, and former chief of the Sudan Peoples Liberation Army, Paul Malong Awan.

PAGE 38

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 3 ABSmCpGrA m 62.81 +.44 +39.1AMGYackFocN d 22.03 +.10 +13.8 YacktmanI d 23.75 +.13 +13.3AberdeenIntlSmCpA m 31.41 +.43 +13.6AkreFocRetail m 36.39 +.66 +30.9AlgerSmCpGrB m 7.73 +.07 +33.1AlpineDynDivInstl 4.11 +.02 +9.5AmanaMutGrInv b 37.55 +.68 +19.3 MutIncInv b 50.31 +.73 +8.9American CenturyCptlValInv 8.78 +.07 +6.4 HYMuniInv 9.69 +.02 +5.3 HeritageInv 24.44 +.44 +17.8 IntTrmTxFrBdInv 11.20 +.02 +1.6 UltraInv 50.19 +1.36 +29.3American FundsAMCpA m 34.14 +.35 +22.4 AmrcnBalA m 27.61 +.23 +10.2 AmrcnHiIncA m 10.18 +.05 +3.3 AmrcnMutA m 41.66 +.47 +12.9 BdfAmrcA m 12.59 +.01 -.5 CptWldGrIncA m 51.64 +.39 +11.0 CptlIncBldrA m 60.76 +.09 +3.5 EuroPacGrA m 54.30 +.88 +8.4 FdmtlInvsA m 64.01 +.63 +15.2 GlbBalA m 32.38 +.08 +6.0 GrfAmrcA m 55.61 +.79 +23.6 IncAmrcA m 23.06 +.17 +6.9 InvCAmrcA m 41.43 +.45 +14.8 NewWldA m 66.16 +1.05 +9.4 NwPrspctvA m 46.25 +.76 +15.9 SmCpWldA m 59.66 +.72 +17.3 TheNewEcoA m 49.69 +.62 +24.8 WAMtInvsA m 45.54 +.63 +15.7BairdAggrgateBdInstl 10.58 +.02 ... CorPlusBdInstl 10.92 +.03 +.3BaronAsstRetail b 78.60 +1.40 +21.5 GrRetail b 78.01 +1.26 +24.6 PtnrsRetail b 58.44 +1.60 +25.2BerkshireFoc d 27.75 +.73 +46.6BlackRockAlCpEngyRsInvA m 12.10 +.06 +24.8 EqDivInstl 23.16 +.27 +11.2 GlbAllcIncInstl 19.75 +.08 +4.5 GlbAllcIncInvA m 19.61 +.07 +4.3 HYBdSvc b 7.65 +.04 +3.8 StrIncOpIns 9.76 ... +1.9 TactOppsInvA m 15.09 +.07 +10.8BruceBruce 532.87 +2.66 +6.3CGMFoc 44.46 +.65 -9.0ClipperClipper 121.81 +1.98 +14.0ColumbiaLgCpValA m 14.24 +.07 +7.1DFAEMktCorEqI 21.42 +.30 +3.5 EmMktsValInstl 29.18 +.36 +3.6 FvYrGlbFIIns 10.91 +.01 +.6 IntlCorEqIns 13.99 +.01 +7.7 IntlSmCoInstl 20.63 +.02 +8.1 IntlSmCpValIns 21.57 -.07 +4.0 USCorEq1Instl 24.00 +.28 +17.6 USCorEqIIInstl 22.48 +.21 +16.0 USLgCpValInstl 38.85 +.45 +11.5 USSmCpInstl 38.61 -.14 +17.2 USSmCpValInstl 40.55 -.22 +16.2 USTrgtedValIns 26.18 -.09 +15.1Delaware InvStrategicIncA m 8.00 +.01 ...DeutscheCorEqA m 29.08 +.50 +17.7 CorEqS 29.38 +.51 +18.0 GNMAS 13.37 ... -.2Dodge & CoxBal 106.71 +.79 +8.3 Inc 13.44 +.04 +.7 IntlStk 43.77 +.14 -.4 Stk 207.56 +2.30 +14.0DoubleLineTtlRetBdI 10.44 ... +1.2 TtlRetBdN b 10.44 +.01 +1.0DreyfusMidCpIdxInvs 39.29 +.14 +14.7 MnBd 11.62 +.02 +2.0 NYTxExBd 14.61 +.01 +1.3 OppcSmCpInv 39.97 +.17 +21.4 ShrtTrmIncD 10.10 +.01 -.4Eaton VanceDivBldrA m 14.96 +.19 +15.3EdgewoodGrInstl 35.15 +.75 +27.0FMICommonStk 27.33 +.14 +9.9 LgCp 22.32 +.20 +13.2FPACptl 35.27 +.35 +2.3 Crescent d 35.01 +.32 +5.2FederatedHiIncBdA f 7.34 ... +1.2 IntlSmMidCoA m 39.15 +.35 +10.8 KaufmannA m 6.59 +.07 +29.5Fidelity500IdxIns 97.93 +1.49 +16.6 500IdxInsPrm 97.93 +1.49 +16.7 500IndexPrm 97.93 +1.49 +16.6 AsstMgr50% 18.50 +.11 +7.8 BCGrowth 102.09 +1.88 +29.4 Balanced 24.91 +.23 +12.6 Canada 54.00 +.64 +7.8 Cap&Inc 10.10 +.06 +5.7 Contrafund 137.27 +3.04 +26.2 ContrafundK 137.25 +3.04 +26.3 DivGro 33.27 +.40 +12.7 EmMkts 31.26 +.66 +9.7 EmergMketsOpps 20.06 +.21 +5.8 EmergingAsia 43.42 +1.00 +10.3 ExMktIdxPr 67.63 +.22 +19.2 Fidelity 48.54 +.99 +19.5 FocusedStock 26.34 +.61 +31.6 FourinOneIdx 45.70 +.39 +11.7 Frdm 2020 16.40 +.09 +7.7 Frdm 2025 14.31 +.09 +8.4 Frdm 2030 17.96 +.13 +10.1 GNMA 11.16 +.01 -.2 GroCo 19.47 +.43 +31.1 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn Mutual Funds Interest ratesThe yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell to 2.83 percent Friday. Yields affect interest rates on mortgages and other consumer loans. NET 1YR TREASURIES LAST PVS CHG AGO 5.00 4.50 4.25 1.88 1.38 1.13 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill 1.95 1.95 ... 1.03 6-month T-bill 2.15 2.16 -0.01 1.13 52-wk T-bill 2.34 2.34 ... 1.20 2-year T-note 2.58 2.59 -0.01 1.37 5-year T-note 2.73 2.75 -0.02 1.89 7-year T-note 2.80 2.82 -0.02 2.16 10-year T-note 2.83 2.85 -0.02 2.35 30-year T-bond 2.93 2.95 -0.02 2.92 NET 1YR BONDS LAST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 2.00 1.99 +0.01 1.64 Barclays USAggregate 3.30 3.29 +0.01 2.55 Barclays US Corp 3.99 3.98 +0.01 3.18 Barclays US High Yield 6.42 6.45 -0.03 5.69 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.81 3.82 -0.01 3.72 10-Yr. TIPS .71 .73 -0.02 .57Commodities Energy futures finished mostly higher Friday. U.S. crude oil, wholesale gasoline and heating oil rose, while natural gas fell. Gold, silver and copper declined.Crude Oil (bbl) 71.01 70.33 +0.97 +17.5 Ethanol (gal) 1.40 1.41 -0.71 +5.4 Heating Oil (gal) 2.13 2.12 +0.49 +2.8 Natural Gas (mm btu) 2.75 2.80 -1.61 -6.8 Unleaded Gas (gal) 2.11 2.07 +1.69 +17.1 FUELS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Gold (oz) 1239.60 1245.00 -0.43 -5.1 Silver (oz) 15.74 15.90 -1.00 -7.7 Platinum (oz) 826.20 842.30 -1.91 -11.6 Copper (lb) 2.77 2.77 +0.07 -15.5 METALS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Cattle (lb) 1.05 1.05 -0.45 -15.0 Coffee (lb) 1.10 1.12 -1.48 -12.9 Corn (bu) 3.33 3.37 -1.19 -5.2 Cotton (lb) 0.88 0.89 -0.79 +11.7 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 570.00 584.00 -2.40 +27.2 Orange Juice (lb) 1.69 1.68 +0.72 +24.1 Soybeans (bu) 8.32 8.30 +0.18 -12.6 Wheat (bu) 4.97 4.83 +2.59 +16.4 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD USD per British Pound 1.3228 +.0019 +.14% 1.2943 Canadian Dollar 1.3162 -.0009 -.07% 1.2730 USD per Euro 1.1677 +.0007 +.06% 1.1406 Japanese Yen 112.30 -.16 -.14% 113.23 Mexican Peso 18.9502 +.0180 +.09% 17.7384 1YR. MAJORS CLOSE CHG %CHG AGO Israeli Shekel 3.6431 -.0025 -.07% 3.5398 Norwegian Krone 8.1228 +.0128 +.16% 8.2535 South African Rand 13.2829 -.0356 -.27% 13.2125 Swedish Krona 8.8928 +.0291 +.33% 8.3538 Swiss Franc 1.0021 -.0009 -.09% .9669 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST Australian Dollar 1.3488 -.0019 -.14% 1.2937 Chinese Yuan 6.6932 +.0263 +.39% 6.7814 Hong Kong Dollar 7.8490 -.0000 -.00% 7.8081 Indian Rupee 68.479 +.154 +.22% 64.447 Singapore Dollar 1.3662 +.0030 +.22% 1.3753 South Korean Won 1129.85 +4.55 +.40% 1137.78 Taiwan Dollar 30.59 +.06 +.20% 30.35 ASIA/PACIFICForeign Exchange The dollar lost ground Friday to the yen, euro and British pound. The U.S. currency also weakened against the Swiss franc and Canadian dollar, while it rose versus the Mexican peso.LAST6 MO AGO 1 YR AGO GroCo 208.09 +4.58 +30.1 GroCoK 208.15 +4.59 +30.2 Independence 40.81 +.76 +21.4 IntlDiscv 44.79 +.47 +8.2 IntlGr 16.36 +.23 +10.0 IntlIdxPremium 42.42 +.12 +6.4 IntlRlEstt 11.70 -.02 +11.9 IntlVal 10.34 +.01 +3.0 InvmGradeBd 10.99 +.01 +.7 InvmGradeBd 7.73 +.01 +.2 JapanSmlrCo 17.97 -.04 +11.4 LatinAmerica 21.98 +.49 -3.5 LowPrStk 55.75 +.46 +14.2 LvrgdCoStk 35.18 +.42 +14.8 Magellan 109.00 +2.11 +22.2 MegaCapStock 18.01 +.25 +12.9 MidCapValue 24.63 ... +6.9 NYMuniInc 12.96 +.01 +1.2 NewMillennium 42.27 +.30 +17.7 Nordic 52.81 +.36 +2.1 OTCPortfolio 12.85 +.28 +29.1 Overseas 50.34 +.43 +7.9 Puritan 24.53 +.31 +14.0 SCGrth 29.15 +.19 +32.6 TaxFreeBond 11.34 +.01 +2.1 TotalBond 10.40 +.01 +.5 TtlMktIdxF 80.98 +1.06 +17.1 TtlMktIdxPrm 80.97 +1.06 +17.1 USBdIdxInsPrm 11.28 +.01 -.1 ValDiscv 28.91 +.19 +6.8Fidelity AdvisorLargeCapA m 34.47 +.36 +13.6 LimitedTermBdA m 11.26 +.01 -.5 NewInsI 34.98 +.63 +23.4 StgInc 12.23 +.02 NAFidelity SelectBiotechnology 242.61 +.92 +18.6 Energy 47.83 +.05 +25.4 Gold 18.80 -.59 -4.1 HealthCare 256.39 +3.20 +20.7 HealthCareSvcs 97.22 +2.12 +20.7 Leisure 158.97 +2.80 +12.9 Materials 83.38 +.26 +8.0 MedTech&Devcs 51.17 +.53 +21.8 NaturalGas 25.92 +.10 +16.6 NaturalRes 31.33 -.04 +21.9 Pharmaceuticals 19.89 +.27 +6.5 Semicon 11.42 -.09 +27.7 Wireless 10.13 +.03 +10.4First EagleGlbA m 58.92 +.19 +5.5First InvestorsGlbA m 8.64 +.13 +9.8 TtlRetA m 19.88 +.12 +4.6FirsthandTechOpps 12.45 +.20 +48.7Franklin TempletonCATxFrIncA m 7.32 +.01 +2.1 EqIncA m 25.33 +.29 +10.8 FdrTFIncA m 11.73 +.01 +1.5 FloridaTFIncA m 10.47 +.01 +1.1 GlbBdAdv 11.74 +.18 -1.0 GlbBdC m 11.81 +.18 -1.8 Gr,IncA m 27.16 +.20 +4.8 GrA m 102.47 +2.00 +18.9 GrOppsA m 42.29 +.82 +26.1 IncA m 2.32 +.01 +3.9 IncAdv 2.30 +.01 +4.1 IncC m 2.35 +.01 +3.3 RisingDivsA m 62.79 +.85 +14.0 TtlRetA m 9.50 +.01 -.5 UtlsC m 18.58 -.27 +4.0GERSPUSEq 56.00 +.80 +14.8GabelliAsstAAA m 60.70 +.42 +12.7 EqIncAAA m 23.03 +.13 +8.0 Val25A m 16.07 +.10 +7.6GlenmedeSmCpEqAdv 32.34 -.01 +16.5Goldman SachsShrtDurGovtA m 9.75 -.01 -.2HarborCptlApprecInstl 79.92 +1.66 +30.5 IntlInstl 67.04 +.30 +4.0Harding LoevnerIntlEqInstl d 23.08 +.22 +10.8HeartlandValPlusInv m 36.36 -.05 +22.5HennessyCrnrstnGrInv b 24.21 -.07 +13.3 GasUtilityInv b 29.34 -.46 +2.2HodgesRetail m 51.15 +.67 +17.6INVESCODivIncInv b 23.75 -.03 +2.9 EngyA m 27.01 +.01 +22.6 EngyInv b 26.89 ... +22.5 EuropeanGrA m 39.48 +.18 +4.8 GrAllcA m 16.29 +.10 +8.5 QualIncA m 11.59 +.01 -.5 SmCpEqA m 16.40 -.01 +14.3 TechInv b 52.10 +1.38 +26.6IvyAsstStratB m 23.00 +.25 +10.8JPMorganCoreBondR6 11.32 +.01 +.4 InvCnsrvGrA m 12.74 +.06 +4.3 MCapValL 40.92 +.08 +8.1Janus HendersonBalancedC m 34.04 +.37 +13.3 ContrarianT 20.81 +.22 +13.9 EnterpriseT 129.19 +1.76 +20.8 FlexibleBondS b 10.06 +.01 -.6 GlobalLifeSciT 61.99 +.37 +14.6 GlobalValueT 14.97 +.06 +5.8 High-YieldT 8.21 +.03 +2.1 MidCapValueL 17.43 +.07 +8.7 MidCapValueT 17.03 +.07 +8.5 OverseasT 32.67 +.23 +8.5 ResearchT 50.99 +.87 +19.0 Short-TermBondT 2.98 ... +.2 SmallCapValueL 23.95 -.20 +10.1 VentureT 87.64 +.56 +24.9John HancockBdI 15.43 +.03 +.6 DiscpValI 21.86 +.26 +10.7 DiscpValMCI 23.51 +.17 +8.3 MltMgLsBlA b 15.34 +.10 +7.4 MltmgrLsGr1 b 16.46 +.13 +9.8Litman GregoryMtrsIntlInstl 17.55 +.15 +4.9Lord AbbettShrtDurIncF b 4.18 ... +1.2MFSMAInvsTrustB m 32.41 +.47 +12.9 ValI 39.95 +.51 +5.8MainStayMacKHYCorpBdA m 5.60 +.02 +2.9Mairs & PowerGrInv 121.43 +2.12 +8.8Manning & NapierPrBlndCnsrvTrmS 13.70 +.06 +3.9 PrBlndMaxTrmS 22.11 +.19 +15.4Marsico21stCentury 31.71 +.44 +24.1 FlexCptl b 15.50 +.29 +16.5MatthewsAsianGrIncInv 16.17 +.06 -1.0MeridianGrLegacy d 46.29 +.30 +23.1Metropolitan WestTtlRetBdI 10.42 +.02 +.3 TtlRetBdM b 10.42 +.01 +.1 TtlRetBdPlan 9.80 +.01 +.3Midas FundsMidas m 1.12 -.03 -3.4 MidasMagic m 19.61 +.27 +16.8NeedhamGrRetail b 45.65 +.05 +7.5Neuberger BermanSmCpGrInv 42.70 +.28 +32.6NicholasNicholas 64.68 +1.30 +14.3NuveenNYMnBdI 10.86 +.01 +2.1Oak AssociatesEmergTech 5.94 +.16 +26.7 LiveOakHlthSci 20.29 +.28 +3.8 PinOakEq 70.14 +.52 +14.9 RedOakTechSel 28.19 +.78 +28.3OakmarkEqAndIncInv 32.25 +.24 +7.1 GlbInv 32.80 +.23 +8.9 IntlInv 26.73 -.04 +1.5 Inv 87.92 +1.07 +15.3 SelInv 47.14 +.50 +7.1Old WestburyLgCpStrats 14.99 +.20 +11.0OppenheimerDevMktsY 42.80 +.32 +10.7 GlbStrIncA m 3.76 +.01 -.3 IntlGrY 43.03 +.61 +7.4PGIM InvestmentsJenUtlA m 14.13 -.18 +5.8 JennisonBldA m 22.75 +.18 +18.8 QMAIntlEqC m 7.27 +.04 +3.0 QMASmCpValZ 20.94 -.22 +11.2 TtlRetBdZ 14.14 +.03 +1.2PIMCOAlAstInstl 11.78 +.01 +4.0 IncA m 12.03 +.01 +2.3 IncI2 12.03 +.01 +2.6 IncInstl 12.03 +.01 +2.7 ShrtTrmIns 9.87 ... +2.2 TtlRetIns 10.00 ... +.3PRIMECAP OdysseyAgrsGr 50.04 +.89 +27.5 Gr 41.41 +.65 +26.0PaxBalIndvInv b 22.79 +.19 +8.3PioneerA m 30.16 +.58 +15.8PrincipalDiversIntlIns 13.60 +.16 +6.5 SAMgCnsGA m 18.59 +.17 +10.7PutnamGlbUtlsB m 13.60 -.16 +7.3 IntlGrB m 20.86 +.23 +13.1 SmCpValA m 14.21 +.02 +10.6ReynoldsBlueChipGr b 65.65 +1.47 +27.1RoyceSmCpValSvc m 11.10 -.04 +19.9RydexElectronicsInv 139.00 -.38 +18.7 HCH b 27.92 +.40 +14.4 NASDAQ100Inv 39.13 +.89 +27.0SchwabHC 25.95 +.40 +11.3 SP500Idx 43.59 +.66 +16.6State FarmGr 79.11 +.97 +9.9Sterling CapitalStrtonSmCpVlIns 88.04 +.05 +11.9T. Rowe PriceBCGr 112.10 +2.62 +29.8 Bal 24.66 +.16 +9.1 Comm&TeInv 108.96 +1.19 +22.2 CorpInc 9.22 +.03 -.7 CptlAprc 29.66 +.31 +10.5 EMStk d 43.33 +.81 +10.6 EqIdx500 d 75.20 +1.14 +16.4 EqInc 33.43 +.22 +10.5 FinclSvcs 29.07 -.02 +12.9 GNMA 8.98 +.01 -.1 GlbTech 18.02 -.14 +19.0 GrStk 71.52 +1.60 +25.1 HlthSci 80.10 +1.54 +20.4 InsLgCpGr 43.02 +.97 +31.1 IntlEqIdx d 14.12 +.03 +5.9 IntlStk d 18.48 +.13 +5.9 IntlValEq d 14.40 -.03 ... MdCpGr 94.21 +1.32 +17.0 MdCpVal 31.75 -.09 +12.2 NJTFBd 11.91 +.01 +2.5 NewAmericaGr 55.33 +1.25 +27.1 NewAsia d 18.95 +.21 +8.2 NewHorizons 62.70 +.72 +31.4 NewInc 9.22 +.01 ... RlEstt d 28.41 -.21 +5.8 Rtr2020 22.97 +.14 +7.9 Rtr2025 17.99 +.12 +8.8 Rtr2030 26.61 +.19 +9.8 Rtr2035 19.53 +.15 +10.5 Rtr2040 28.12 +.23 +11.2 RtrBal 15.47 +.06 +5.5 SciandTech 51.78 +.45 +27.8 SpectrumGr 25.45 +.24 +13.9 SpectrumInc 12.39 +.03 +1.6 SummitMnIncInv 11.78 +.01 +2.4 TFShrtInterm 5.54 +.01 +.1 TxEfficientEq d 32.77 +.66 +25.0 Val 37.10 +.19 +7.7TIAA-CREFEqIdxIns 20.90 +.27 +17.1 IntlEqIdxIns 19.87 +.04 +6.4Third AvenueValIns d 49.48 -.27 +3.9ThompsonBd 11.44 +.01 +2.9 LgCp 68.62 +.91 +11.4ThornburgInvmIncBldrA m 21.48 +.08 +6.7ThriventIncA m 8.90 +.03 +.3TocquevilleGold m 33.67 -1.13 -4.4TouchstoneLargeCpFocA m 45.30 +.83 +18.3TransamericaAsAlGrC m 14.94 +.13 +8.9 AsAlModC m 12.06 +.06 +4.4U.S. Global InvestorGlbRes b 5.70 -.04 +6.8 GoldPrcMtls b 7.71 -.17 +10.1USAACrnrstnMod 14.84 +.05 +5.0 GrInc 25.86 +.25 +12.0 GvtSec 9.54 +.01 -.7 HiInc d 8.01 +.04 +3.2 PrcMtlsMnral 12.63 -.40 +2.3 SciTech 30.01 +.58 +22.4 TELngTrm 13.22 +.01 +2.8 TrgtRet2040 14.32 +.10 +8.3 TrgtRet2050 14.53 +.10 +8.7 WldGr 32.41 +.41 +6.8Value LinePremGr b 36.29 +.71 +18.5Vanguard500IdxAdmrl 258.83 +3.94 +16.6 500IdxInv 258.83 +3.93 +16.5 BalIdxAdmrl 35.54 +.31 +10.1 CAITTxExAdm 11.65 +.02 +1.7 CnvrtSecInv 13.87 +.07 +7.8 CptlOppAdmrl 167.77 +3.17 +19.7 CptlOppInv 72.61 +1.37 +19.6 DevMIdxAdmrl 13.90 +.03 +6.8 DevMIdxIns 13.92 +.03 +6.9 DivGrInv 27.30 +.48 +13.6 EMStkIdxInAdm 35.67 +.51 +4.8 EqIncAdmrl 77.75 +.63 +11.4 ExplorerAdmrl 102.08 +.79 +26.8 ExtMktIdxAdmrl 91.92 +.30 +19.2 ExtMktIdxIns 91.92 +.30 +19.2 FAWexUSIIns 103.20 +.49 +6.2 FAWexUSIdxInv 20.66 +.09 +6.0 GNMAAdmrl 10.24 ... +.2 GlbEqInv 32.25 +.40 +13.0 GrIdxAdmrl 80.00 +1.50 +22.0 GrIdxIns 80.00 +1.50 +22.0 GrandIncInv 49.78 +.82 +17.1 HCAdmrl 89.44 +1.74 +7.3 HYCorpAdmrl 5.72 +.03 +1.4 HYTEAdmrl 11.27 +.01 +3.9 InTrBdIdxAdmrl 10.99 +.02 -.9 InTrInGdAdm 9.42 +.01 -.6 InTrTEAdmrl 13.92 +.01 +1.3 InPrtScAdmrl 25.43 -.02 +2.3 InsIdxIns 255.51 +3.89 +16.7 InsIdxInsPlus 255.52 +3.88 +16.7 InsTrgRt2020Ins 22.85 +.14 +7.5 InsTtlSMIInPls 62.62 +.82 +17.2 IntlGrAdmrl 101.40 +1.31 +19.4 IntlValInv 38.69 +.14 +7.2 LTInGrdAdm 9.88 +.06 +.6 LTTEAdmrl 11.45 +.01 +2.6 LfStrGrInv 34.06 +.27 +10.4 LfStrModGrInv 27.30 +.18 +8.0 LgCpIdxInv 51.97 +.79 +16.6 LtdTrmTEAdmrl 10.87 +.02 +.8 MCpGrIdxInv 54.71 +.82 +17.8 MdCpIdxAdmrl 200.51 +1.95 +14.0 MdCpIdxIns 44.29 +.43 +14.0 MdCpIdxInsPlus 218.45 +2.12 +14.1 MorganGrAdmrl 102.32 +2.11 +24.8 MorganGrInv 32.99 +.69 +24.7 PrmCpAdmrl 146.07 +2.76 +21.5 PrmCpCorInv 28.37 +.51 +16.0 RlEstIdxAdmrl 116.63 -.99 +4.5 SCpValIdxAdm 59.53 -.04 +14.1 SCpValIdxI 33.27 -.03 +14.1 STBdIdxAdmrl 10.25 ... -.2 STInvmGrdAdmrl 10.46 ... +.3 STInvmGrdIns 10.46 ... +.3 STTEAdmrl 15.74 +.01 +1.0 SeledValInv 30.35 +.06 +6.6 SmCpIdxAdmrl 76.66 +.21 +18.8 SmCpIdxIns 76.66 +.21 +18.9 StarInv 27.36 +.23 +10.1 StrEqInv 36.14 +.07 +14.1 TrgtRtr2015Inv 15.49 +.07 +6.0 TrgtRtr2020Inv 31.82 +.18 +7.4 TrgtRtr2025Inv 18.80 +.13 +8.5 TrgtRtr2030Inv 34.25 +.24 +9.3 TrgtRtr2035Inv 21.12 +.17 +10.2 TrgtRtr2040Inv 36.60 +.31 +11.1 TrgtRtr2045Inv 23.04 +.20 +11.5 TrgtRtr2050Inv 37.08 +.33 +11.6 TrgtRtrIncInv 13.54 +.05 +4.6 TtBMIdxAdmrl 10.46 +.01 ... TtBMIdxIns 10.46 +.01 ... TtBMIdxInsPlus 10.46 +.01 ... TtInBIdxAdmrl 21.93 +.03 +3.6 TtInBIdxIns 32.91 +.04 +3.6 TtInBIdxInv 10.97 +.01 +3.6 TtInSIdxAdmrl 29.29 +.14 +6.5 TtInSIdxIns 117.14 +.58 +6.5 TtInSIdxInsPlus 117.16 +.58 +6.5 TtInSIdxInv 17.51 +.08 +6.4 TtlSMIdxAdmrl 70.44 +.92 +17.2 TtlSMIdxIns 70.45 +.92 +17.2 TtlSMIdxInv 70.41 +.92 +17.0 ValIdxAdmrl 41.53 +.49 +12.3 WlngtnAdmrl 72.27 +.77 +8.5 WlngtnInv 41.85 +.44 +8.4 WlslyIncAdmrl 63.79 +.29 +4.3 WlslyIncInv 26.33 +.12 +4.2 WndsrAdmrl 79.47 +.27 +9.7 WndsrIIAdmrl 67.80 +.77 +9.8 WndsrIIInv 38.21 +.43 +9.7VictorySpecValA m 27.63 +.39 +14.7WasatchGlbValInv d 8.91 +.09 +8.3Wells FargoTarget2010Adm 10.91 +.04 +3.2Western AssetCorPlusBdI 11.38 +.04 +.3 WAMngdMuniA 16.07 +.01 +2.2Wintergreen FundInv m 12.63 -.06 -4.6 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn Mutual Fund Footnotes: b Fee covering market costs is paid from fund assets. d Deferred sales charge, or redemption fee. f front load (sales charges). m Multiple fees are charged, usually a marketing fee and either a sales or redemption fee. NA not available. p previous days net asset value. s fund split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the week. Source : Morningstar and the Associated Press.(Previous and change gures reect current contract.) NATIONAL NEWS/STOCKSOKLAHOMA CITY „ Pot advocates celebrated the culmination of a yearslong effort to ease restrictions on the use of cannabis last month when nearly 60 percent of Oklahoma voters approved medical marijuana. Oklahomas proponents had even included a twomonth deadline for the implementation in their measure so as to avoid the years of delays they had seen elsewhere. But that has not stopped state health of“cials and the Republican governor from making drastic changes. Within weeks of the election, they signed off on tough new restrictions, including a ban on the sale of smokable pot. The change was supported by groups representing doctors, hospitals and pharmacists who opposed medical marijuana, but infuriated supporters of the state question and has already led to lawsuits. Its like they snatched defeat out of the jaws of victory,Ž said Chip Paul, who helped write Oklahomas medical marijuana state question and push for its approval. You try to do something the proper way. You follow the rules. And then you win and you get screwed.Ž Even in conservative states such as Oklahoma, which became the 30th in the U.S. to legalize medical marijuana, attitudes are shifting in favor of easing restrictions on pot. But there remains resistance from policymakers, especially in Republican-controlled areas, where the rollout of medical marijuana has frequently been restricted by lawmakers or bogged down in court battles. After more than 70 percent of Florida voters approved medical marijuana in 2016, the Republican-controlled Legislature there imposed a similar ban on smokable pot. A judge last month ruled that such a ban was unconstitutional. In Arkansas, 53 percent of voters approved medical marijuana in 2016, but a legal challenge has delayed the program. Michigan voters approved medical marijuana in 2008, only to be followed by years of court “ghts. In Texas, the GOP-led Legislature approved a restrictive medical marijuana law in 2015, then proceeded to institute strict regulations. It allowed only three dispensaries in a state of 27 million people and imposed the highest licensing fees in the country. Marijuana advocates say the restrictions on how medical marijuana can be used or the additional burdens placed on doctors may wind up undermining the initiatives and laws. The extent of limitations really serves to deprive people of the key goal, which is letting people use medical marijuana without being punished,Ž said Karen OKeefe, director of state policies for the Marijuana Policy Project.Conservative states balk at voter-approved medical marijuanaBy SEAN MURPHY and ANDREW DEMILLOASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK „ Stocks wrapped up another solid week Friday as industrial and energy companies ticked higher, but corporate earnings got off to a sluggish start as reports from several major U.S. banks failed to excite investors. Indexes wobbled in morning trading, but rising oil prices helped energy companies, and defense contractors and machinery makers also rose. Consumer-focused companies like Amazon set record highs. Wells Fargo skidded after reporting a drop in earnings as fallout continued from its phony accounts scandal. Citigroup also fell after its revenue growth was weak. AT&T skidded after the Justice Department asked a court to overturn the companys purchase of Time Warner. Investors expect another round of great pro“t growth this quarter, but theyre not sure about what will come next: the U.S. and China are in a trade war without any signs of resolution, midterm Congressional elections are getting closer, and interest rates keep rising. Paul Christopher, head of global market strategy for the Wells Fargo Investment Institute, said investors will focus on corporate forecasts covering the rest of the year. We think there will be a lot of attention paid to the outlook,Ž he said. We still think the economy is really what investors should be watching here, and we think its going to be solid this year and again good next year.Ž The S&P 500 index edged up 3.02 points, or 0.1 percent, to 2,801.31. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 94.52 points, or 0.4 percent, to 25,019.41. The Nasdaq composite set another record, just barely, as it rose 2.06 points to 7,825.98.Stocks end the week with more gainsBy MARLEY JAYAP MARKETS WRITER MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE NATIONWatchdog slams ex-HHS chief Price on costly travelWASHINGTON (AP) „ The government wasted at least $341,000 on travel by ousted Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, including booking charter ”ights without considering cheaper scheduled airlines, an agency watchdog said Friday. The HHS inspector generals long-awaited report chastised the department for ”outing federal travel rules, which require of“cials to book trips in the most cost-ef“cient way for taxpayers. The inspector general estimated that the government spent nearly $1.2 million on Prices travel during his seven months in of“ce. That included more than $700,000 in military ”ights on two foreign and two domestic trips, as well as more than $480,000 for various domestic trips by private chartered aircraft. HHS improperly used federal funds related to Sec. Prices government travel,Ž the report said. Of 21 trips reviewed by the inspector generals investigators, only one complied with all federal travel requirements. The report said none of the charter ”ights complied.Papa Johns pulling founders image from its marketingNEW YORK (AP) „ Papa Johns, which has featured founder John Schnatter as the face of the company in logos and TV ads, is pulling his image from its marketing after reports he used a racial slur. His face was off at least some materials by late morning Friday, though the company said the details and exact timing for everything were still being worked out. The pizza chain said there are no plans to change its name. Schnatter is still on the board and is the companys largest shareholder „ meaning he remains a key presence. Papa Johns has acknowledged in regulatory “lings that Schnatters public role as its pitchman could be a liability if his reputation was damaged. The company got a taste of that last year, when Schnatter stepped down as CEO after blaming disappointing pizza sales on the outcry surrounding football players kneeling during the national anthem.Roy Moore says hes among political figures duped by TV showGADSDEN, Ala. (AP) „ Defeated Senate candidate Roy Moore is talking about a defamation suit after discovering that he too was duped by actor Sacha Baron Cohen for his upcoming television series. In a statement posted on Facebook, Moore says he accepted an all-expenses trip to Washington in February after being told hed receive an award for supporting Israel. He says he didnt know Baron Cohen would mock Israel and scheme to humiliate him and other conservatives such as Sarah Palin and Dick Cheney. I did not know Sacha Cohen or that a Showtime TV series was being planned to embarrass, humiliate, and mock not only Israel, but also religious conservatives such as Sarah Palin, Joe Walsh, and Dick Cheney,Ž Moore wrote on Facebook. I am involved in several court cases presently to defend my honor and character against vicious false political attacks by liberals like Cohen,Ž Moore added. If Showtime airs a defamatory attack on my character, I may very well be involved in another. As for Mr. Cohen, whose art is trickery, deception, and dishonesty, Alabama does not respect cowards who exhibit such traits!ŽMicrosoft raises alarms about face recognitionREDMOND, Wash. (AP) „ Microsoft is calling on Congress to regulate the use of facial recognition technology to protect peoples privacy and freedom of expression. Its the “rst big tech company to raise serious alarms about an increasingly sought-after technology for recognizing a persons face from a photo or through a camera. Microsoft President Brad Smith said in a blog post Friday that the government should form a bipartisan expert commission. Smith says Microsoft, which supplies face recognition to some businesses, has already rejected some customers requests to deploy the technology in situations involving human rights risks.Ž

PAGE 39

Page 4 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 44.24 19.34 H&E Eqp 1.10 12 39.19 +.97 -3.6 32.34 21.48 HCP Inc 1.48 14 25.84 -.40 -0.9 24.75 17 .45 HP Inc .56f 9 23.71 +.70 +12.9 55.89 46.23 HSBC 1.50e ... 47 .44 +.30 -8.1 45.61 25.41 HainCels lf ... ... 30.02 -.62 -29.2 9.07 3.82 HalconRs n ... ... 3.96 -.18 -47 .7 57 .86 38.18 Hallibrtn .72 dd 45.35 +.42 -7 .2 25.73 16.38 Hanesbds s .60 11 21.68 -.64 +3.7 125.00 87 .51 HanoverIns 2.16 67 122.90 +.96 +13.7 56.50 39.34 HarleyD 1.48 14 42.93 +.54 -15.6 5.35 2.80 Harmonic ... dd 4.40 +.15 +4.8 170.54 111.72 HarrisCorp 2.28 26 148.89 +4.59 +5.1 26.75 15.05 Harsco .20m 58 22.45 +.50 +20.4 59.20 49.67 HartfdFn 1.00 18 52.53 +.68 -6.7 38.72 31.71 HawaiiEl 1.24 24 34.67 -1.46 -4.1 56.20 35.04 HlthCSvc .77f ... 44.26 +.74 -16.0 5.58 3.25 HeclaM .01e dd 3.46 -.27 -12.8 22.55 16.60 Hersha rs 1.12 16 22.32 -.06 +28.3 115.82 89.10 Hershey 2.62 20 93.99 -1.56 -17 .2 27 .27 11.27 HertzGl ... ... 14.10 -2.17 -36.2 71.14 37 .25 Hess 1.00 dd 66.54 -1.01 +40.2 19.48 12.82 HP Ent n .56f 12 15.49 +.51 +7 .9 28.32 21.47 HilltopH .28 11 21.65 -.77 -14.5 13.95 5.97 HimaxTch .10e 54 7 .82 +.58 -25.0 83.28 26.43 HollyFront 1.32 17 68.68 +.08 +34.1 207 .61 144.25 HomeDp 4.12 26 198.69 +4.21 +4.8 37 .29 27 .05 Honda .84e ... 29.30 +.11 -14.0 165.13 133.49 HonwllIntl 2.98 65 147 .50 +1.78 -3.8 38.00 29.75 Hormel s .75 23 37 .58 +.62 +3.3 31.27 23.83 HospPT 2.12f 11 28.77 -.16 -3.6 22.47 17 .26 HostHotls 1.00a 18 21.18 -.14 +6.7 30.60 23.64 HuanPwr 2.45e ... 28.42 +1.50 +13.7 149.03 100.55 Hubbell 3.08 22 113.36 +4.79 -16.2 319.44 229.84 Humana 2.00f 27 317 .12 +8.10 +27 .8 16.60 12.14 HuntBncsh .44 16 14.65 -.22 +0.6 276.69 190.90 HuntgtnIng 2.88 21 224.98 +7 .34 -4.5 50.82 15.25 Huya n ... ... 36.93 +8.39 +130.0 11.26 7 .75 ICICI Bk .16e ... 7 .90 -.11 -18.8 237 .94 146.09 IdexxLab s ... 72 238.15 +12.62 +52.3 20.58 14.14 ING .14e ... 14.58 -.17 -21.0 46.23 15.30 IQIYI n ... ... 33.95 +4.03 +118.3 13.11 11.61 iShGold ... q 11.90 -.13 -4.9 47 .85 30.98 iShBrazil .67e q 34.05 +.87 -15.8 47 .13 40.28 iShEMU .86e q 41.96 +.03 -3.3 26.93 23.26 iSh HK .61e q 24.43 +.25 -3.9 57 .82 43.55 iShMexico .78e q 50.25 -.18 +1.9 17 .14 14.44 iShSilver ... q 14.88 -.20 -6.9 102.32 90.47 iShSelDiv 3.03e q 98.92 -.34 +0.4 54.00 39.35 iShChinaLC .87e q 42.90 +.56 -7 .1 288.69 242.48 iSCorSP500 4.38e q 281.43 +4.22 +4.7 52.08 41.25 iShEMkts .59e q 43.85 +.44 -6.9 121.85 113.72 iShiBoxIG 3.87 q 115.70 +.52 -4.8 129.57 116.09 iSh20 yrT 3.05 q 122.72 -.03 -3.3 75.27 64.74 iS Eafe 1.66e q 67 .79 +.21 -3.6 89.04 84.07 iShiBxHYB 5.09 q 85.61 +.28 -1.9 119.30 100.22 iShNsdBio s ... q 118.35 +2.14 +10.8 38.21 32.16 iShIndia bt .24e q 34.10 +.77 -5.5 170.20 134.12 iShR2K 1.77e q 167 .42 -.83 +9.8 94.20 82.07 iShCorHiDv 2.90e q 86.09 +.07 -4.5 76.72 54.29 iShChina .61e q 64.60 +.56 -2.9 39.28 36.52 iShUSPfd 2.13a q 37 .67 -.33 -1.1 83.27 71.27 iShREst 2.76e q 81.32 -.77 +0.4 70.84 60.44 iShCorEafe 1.56e q 64.00 +.19 -3.2 100.04 79.59 Idacorp 2.36 23 93.18 -1.24 +2.0 179.07 135.07 ITW 3.12 30 143.75 +4.11 -13.8 27 .10 18.50 IndBkMI .60 20 25.40 -.65 +13.6 20.09 13.88 Infosys .40e 18 19.42 +.27 +19.7 97 .67 79.63 IngerRd 2.12f 21 91.05 +1.18 +2.1 146.28 107 .77 Ingredion 2.40 13 99.46 -12.38 -28.9 57 .60 33.23 Intel 1.20 20 52.22 +.85 +13.1 21.05 2.44 Intelsat ... ... 20.70 +2.82 +510.6 135.59 51.05 InterceptP ... dd 97 .10 +3.10 +66.2 171.13 137 .45 IBM 6.28f 11 145.90 +3.42 -4.9 31.00 18.00 IntlGmeT n .80 ... 24.89 +1.15 -6.1 66.94 50.00 IntPap 1.90 18 53.15 +.79 -8.3 4.74 1.46 Intersectns ... dd 1.66 -.09 -26.5 525.12 307 .00 IntSurg s ... 79 524.34 +28.88 +43.7 38.43 25.98 Invesco 1.16 11 25.62 -.82 -29.9 65.51 39.07 IonisPhm ... cc 45.24 -.29 -10.1 64.71 52.81 iShJapan rs ... q 57 .56 +.36 -4.0 39.36 35.01 iSTaiwn rs ... q 36.42 +.89 +0.6 62.70 49.83 iShCorEM .95e q 52.97 +.49 -6.9 16.98 9.92 ItauUnibH .32e ... 11.50 +.62 -11.5J-K-L 50.68 34.76 JD.com ... 20 38.27 -1.19 -7 .6 119.33 88.08 JPMorgCh 2.24f 15 106.36 +2.30 -0.5 72.18 49.31 JacobsEng .60 26 66.32 +1.28 +0.5 3.95 1.95 JkksPac ... dd 2.58 -.63 +9.6 24.13 18.05 JetBlue ... 11 19.28 -.17 -13.7 148.32 118.62 JohnJn 3.60f 17 125.93 +.18 -9.9 44.37 32.89 JohnContl n 1.04e 24 35.12 +.48 -7 .8 30.29 23.61 JnprNtwk .72 15 27 .86 -.10 -2.2 25.10 17 .96 KKR 1.31e 11 24.85 ... +18.0 123.96 87 .93 KLA Tnc 3.00f 14 104.86 -.01 -0.2 114.91 99.47 KC Southn 1.44f 20 106.61 +.10 +1.3 72.24 56.40 Kellogg 2.16 17 71.17 -.66 +4.7 8.38 3.30 KeryxBio ... dd 4.39 +.36 -5.6 22.40 16.28 Keycorp .48f 14 19.56 -.14 -3.0 62.41 39.21 Keysight ... 45 59.97 +.14 +44.2 127 .94 97 .10 KimbClk 4.00 21 105.62 -1.23 -12.5 21.25 14.69 KindMorg .80f 25 17 .91 -.02 -0.9 4.91 3.48 Kinross g ... 29 3.77 -.16 -12.7 90.38 54.11 KraftHnz n 2.50 18 63.85 -.58 -17 .9 13.93 8.90 KratosDef ... dd 12.70 +.74 +19.9 31.45 19.69 Kroger s .56f 11 28.05 -1.07 +2.2 28.71 18.22 Kulicke .12p 61 28.48 +3.37 +17 .0 63.10 30.70 L Brands 2.40 10 31.71 -4.99 -47 .3 218.71 168.54 L-3 Tch 3.20 20 203.34 +9.77 +2.8 51.91 34.46 LTC Prp 2.28f 18 42.16 -1.74 -3.2 71.04 42.58 LambWst n .77 26 70.85 +.66 +25.5 118.60 80.00 Landstar .60 24 110.10 -1.85 +5.8 13.46 7 .41 LaredoPet ... 4 9.81 +.25 -7 .5 36.13 24.10 LaSalleH .90m 19 34.88 -.08 +24.3 53.96 39.57 LeggPlat 1.52f 21 45.67 +.51 -4.3 6.56 2.57 LendingClb ... cc 4.46 +.34 +8.0 72.17 48.71 LennarA .16 14 54.06 +.41 -14.5 6.80 5.53 LbtyASE .72e q 6.67 +.16 +5.9 45.40 37 .77 LibtProp 1.60 16 44.69 +.02 +3.9 101.34 81.48 LincElec 1.56 26 90.53 +2.78 -1.1 363.00 284.22 LockhdM 8.00 39 318.37 +19.18 -0.8 108.98 70.76 Lowes 1.92f 22 99.58 +3.44 +7 .1M-N-0 197 .37 141.12 M&T Bk 3.20f 19 166.45 -2.51 -2.7 10.97 6.04 MBIA ... dd 9.39 -.05 +28.3 35.18 26.45 MDC 1.20 11 31.79 +.26 -0.3 29.62 24.29 MDU Res .79 25 29.29 -.31 +9.0 38.41 27 .88 MGM Rsts .48 9 30.95 +1.98 -7 .3 10.97 9.25 MVC Cap .60 q 9.63 +.38 -8.8 78.10 36.20 Macquarie 5.24e 8 44.71 +.89 -30.4 41.33 17 .41 Macys 1.51 11 36.39 -.50 +44.5 67 .47 45.37 Magna g s 1.32f 11 59.90 +1.08 +5.7 22.16 17 .73 Manulife g .44 ... 17 .99 +.09 -13.8 22.74 10.55 MarathnO .20 dd 21.48 +.39 +26.9 83.33 49.30 MarathPt s 1.84 10 71.74 +1.54 +8.7 149.21 96.90 MAR 1.32 34 131.01 +3.35 -3.5 19.85 12.70 MartinMid 2.00 22 13.80 +.10 -1.4 25.18 14.87 MarvellTch .24 20 21.86 +.23 +1.8 209.19 121.82 MasterCrd 1.00 48 205.91 +6.39 +36.0 74.94 43.43 MaximIntg 1.68 25 60.67 +.16 +16.0 11.04 5.75 McClatch rs ... dd 9.50 -.24 +6.4 120.23 90.25 McCorm 2.08 18 119.14 -.24 +16.9 178.70 146.84 McDnlds 4.04 24 158.51 -.91 -7 .9 178.86 131.43 McKesson 1.36 11 136.59 -1.29 -12.4 14.52 11.82 MedProp 1.00 16 14.34 -.11 +4.1 6.65 3.35 MedleyCap .40m 5 3.42 -.02 -34.5 88.82 76.41 Medtrnic 2.00f 35 88.36 +1.73 +9.4 66.41 52.83 Merck 1.92 23 62.89 +.69 +11.8 61.51 41.41 MercGn 2.50 39 43.87 +.13 -17 .9 72.25 47 .30 Meredith 2.18 13 54.80 -.50 -17 .0 29.54 16.68 Meritor ... 6 21.77 -.08 -7 .2 55.91 43.09 MetLife 1.68 10 44.20 +.47 -12.6 64.66 26.85 MicronT ... 6 56.35 +3.12 +37 .0 104.41 69.20 Microsoft 1.68 61 105.43 +4.27 +23.3 3.25 1.00 Microvisn ... dd 1.06 -.01 -35.0 138.89 98.06 Middleby ... 19 102.23 -.94 -24.2 46.74 33.96 MdsxWatr .90 30 44.32 +.58 +11.0 14.17 10.93 MHowHiInc 1.39 q 12.38 +.08 -0.7 18.25 3.01 MiMedx ... 15 3.37 +.02 -73.3 8.11 5.49 MitsuUF J ... ... 5.66 +.07 -22.1 94.02 58.75 MolsCoorB 1.64 11 68.10 -2.52 -17 .0 54.24 22.49 Momo ... ... 43.96 -2.48 +79.6 46.54 37 .42 Mondelez .88 22 42.83 +.48 +0.1 93.93 70.79 Moog A .25p 20 78.26 +1.08 -9.9 59.38 43.84 MorgStan 1.00 12 48.08 +.99 -8.3 121.30 82.86 MotrlaSolu 2.08 22 120.77 +2.36 +33.7 35.98 22.21 MurphO 1.00 dd 33.00 -.08 +6.3 47 .82 29.39 Mylan NV ... 8 36.58 -.05 -13.5 43.24 26.00 NCR Corp ... 28 31.40 +.64 -7 .6 35.17 16.04 NRG Egy .12 51 31.57 +.44 +10.8 20.15 15.55 NRG Yld C 1.24f 25 17 .90 +.05 -5.3 125.93 90.83 NXP Semi ... 39 107 .52 +.05 -8.2 8.87 5.32 Nabors .24 dd 6.07 -.22 -11.1 59.92 48.31 NatFuGas 1.70f 17 54.57 -.39 -0.6 65.60 51.44 NatGrid 2.89e ... 57 .20 -1.39 -2.7 81.60 62.71 NtHlthInv 4.00 17 75.09 -.96 -0.4 136.65 88.80 NatPresto 1.00a 16 120.40 -2.45 +21.1 111.36 17 .51 NektarTh ... dd 47 .79 +.15 -20.0 84.46 47 .67 Neogen s ... 73 82.01 -1.74 +33.0 423.21 149.65 Netflix s ... cc 395.80 -12.45 +106.2 47 .60 35.55 NJ Rscs s 1.09 15 45.95 -1.35 +14.3 19.10 12.74 NewMedia 1.48 33 18.94 +.18 +12.9 108.40 72.34 NewOriEd .40e 47 97 .14 +2.68 +3.3 14.53 10.88 NY CmtyB .68 13 11.42 +.15 -12.3 6.54 5.35 NYMtgTr .80 9 6.14 +.02 -0.5 54.19 22.60 NewellRub .92f 6 27 .80 +.38 -10.0 A-B-C 13.56 9.86 AES Corp .52 12 13.18 +.18 +21.7 46.19 38.31 AFLAC s 1.04 13 42.60 -.31 ... 21.94 17 .84 AGNC Inv 2.16 7 19.06 -.01 -5.6 6.88 4.00 AK Steel ... 21 4.61 +.02 -18.6 39.80 31.17 AT&T Inc 2.00 12 31.67 -.51 -18.5 21.80 14.65 AV Homes ... 6 21.55 ... +29.4 64.60 47 .83 AbbottLab 1.12 28 63.06 +1.18 +10.5 125.86 69.38 AbbVie 3.84 17 96.63 +.67 -0.1 29.20 8.81 AberFitc .80 17 25.16 -.84 +44.3 41.20 14.51 AcadiaPh ... dd 17 .46 -.38 -42.0 30.35 16.75 AccelrDiag ... dd 20.95 -.20 -20.0 6.15 3.60 Accuray ... dd 3.90 -.23 -9.3 52.80 3.28 AchvLfS rs ... dd 3.55 -.04 -73.6 81.46 57 .29 ActivsBliz .34f 53 81.50 +4.31 +28.7 86.42 47 .03 Adient n 1.10 ... 48.58 -1.46 -38.3 258.91 141.57 AdobeSy ... 60 258.59 +10.40 +47 .6 95.00 57 .03 AdvEnId ... 16 59.14 -2.02 -12.4 17 .34 9.04 AMD ... ... 16.27 -.09 +58.3 39.90 30.15 Aecom ... 11 32.57 -.42 -12.3 74.05 36.71 AeroViron ... cc 73.37 +1.30 +30.6 194.40 149.69 Aetna 2.00 19 191.89 +5.68 +6.4 2.65 .98 AeviGeno ... dd .97 -.05 -18.9 75.00 58.22 Agilent .60 75 63.38 +1.09 -5.4 25.30 18.97 Aircastle 1.12 9 20.26 -.20 -13.4 33.73 10.76 Akorn Inc ... 51 17 .91 -.16 -44.4 2.91 1.39 AlaskCom ... 56 1.68 -.05 -37 .3 144.99 86.75 Albemarle 1.34f 21 95.57 +.03 -25.3 62.35 33.68 Alcoa Cp ... 44 47 .26 +.12 -12.3 149.34 102.10 Alexion lf ... 52 135.87 +3.67 +13.6 211.70 142.25 Alibaba ... 56 190.04 -2.23 +10.2 30.25 16.51 AllegTch ... dd 26.76 +.88 +10.9 181.45 111.54 AllegiantT 2.80 11 143.20 -.85 -7 .5 256.80 142.81 Allergan 2.88 11 177 .15 +2.56 +8.3 81.24 66.64 Allete 2.24 23 77 .57 -2.84 +4.3 21.90 15.55 AllnceRes 2.06f 5 18.03 -.23 -8.5 29.80 22.55 AlliBern 2.57e 14 29.05 -.05 +16.0 45.52 36.84 AlliantEg s 1.34f 21 42.93 -.91 +0.8 45.69 32.93 AllisonTrn .60 15 41.82 +1.41 -2.9 105.36 85.59 Allstate 1.84 14 92.83 +.67 -11.3 153.99 70.76 AlnylamP ... dd 107 .47 +6.44 -15.4 1186.89 903.40 Alphabet C ... 31 1188.82 +48.65 +13.6 1201.99 918.60 Alphabet A ... 36 1204.42 +49.34 +14.3 10.03 8.39 AlpTotDiv .69 q 8.91 ... -5.9 12.13 9.01 AlpAlerMLP 1.35e q 10.33 +.12 -4.3 82.45 54.27 Altaba ... cc 74.48 -.88 +6.6 31.32 14.60 Altice n ... dd 18.87 +.45 -1.1 74.67 53.91 Altria 2.80f 19 58.50 +.21 -18.1 4.60 2.66 Amarin ... ... 3.05 +.07 -23.9 1798.00 931.75 Amazon ... cc 1813.03 +102.40 +55.0 66.23 37 .17 Ambarella ... cc 37 .91 -1.85 -35.5 7 .43 4.58 Ambev .05e 8 4.81 +.16 -25.5 64.89 51.89 Ameren 1.83 22 61.39 -.64 +4.1 6.50 5.85 AFMulti .50 22 6.40 ... +5.8 19.91 14.85 AMovilL .17e 13 17 .57 +.08 +2.4 59.08 35.64 AmAirlines .40 6 37 .12 -.97 -28.7 25.77 10.23 AEagleOut .55f 18 23.01 -1.11 +22.4 78.07 62.71 AEP 2.48 18 70.35 -1.21 -4.4 103.24 83.33 AmExp 1.40 16 100.50 +1.98 +1.2 60.35 46.62 AmStsWtr 1.02 33 59.51 -.49 +2.8 92.37 76.04 AmWtrWks 1.82f 38 87 .70 -.78 -4.1 48.37 39.41 Amerigas 3.80 35 42.44 +.03 -8.2 183.90 129.87 Ameriprise 3.60f 12 142.01 +.33 -16.2 106.27 71.90 AmeriBrgn 1.52 10 87 .91 -.06 -4.3 79.32 60.50 Ametek .36 31 73.70 +1.81 +1.7 201.23 163.31 Amgen 5.28 17 195.91 +4.90 +12.7 93.62 72.93 Amphenol .92f 36 88.71 +.52 +1.0 76.70 39.96 Anadarko 1.00 87 74.59 +.93 +39.1 151.89 89.58 Andeavor 2.36 39 135.49 +2.50 +18.5 126.50 91.70 ABInBev 3.19e 26 103.92 +.08 -6.8 12.58 9.95 Annaly 1.20 12 10.43 -.09 -12.3 267 .95 179.40 Anthem 3.00 16 250.51 +8.36 +11.3 6.21 4.55 Anworth .60 10 5.02 -.06 -7 .7 51.21 33.60 Apache 1.00 30 47.45 +.54 +12.4 6.47 5.18 ApolloInv .60 ... 5.68 +.04 +0.4 194.20 143.37 Apple Inc 2.92f 22 191.33 +3.36 +13.1 62.40 41.94 ApldMatl .80 13 46.13 ... -9.8 103.41 22.54 ApldOptoel ... 18 47 .78 +1.76 +26.3 39.55 32.30 AquaAm .82 27 36.37 -.34 -7 .3 50.45 21.05 ArcBest .32 15 44.50 -1.25 +24.5 31.17 16.47 Arconic .24 dd 17 .38 +.15 -36.2 17 .11 15.03 AresCap 1.52 8 16.54 +.04 +5.2 25.95 17 .40 AresMgmt 1.18e 14 21.45 +.30 +7 .3 311.67 141.78 AristaNetw ... 54 266.49 +4.10 +13.1 20.21 7 .15 ArrayBio ... dd 17 .07 -.96 +33.4 87 .26 72.31 ArrowEl ... 11 77 .54 +.48 -3.6 81.26 59.80 Ashland .90m 45 81.18 +2.56 +14.0 37 .30 28.43 AstraZen s 1.37e 9 37 .16 +1.98 +7 .1 40.97 20.07 AtHomGr n ... 51 37 .94 -2.51 +24.8 93.56 76.46 ATMOS 1.94f 17 91.13 -1.44 +6.1 141.52 100.51 AutoData 2.76f 37 137 .34 +3.12 +17 .2 4.24 1.91 AVEO Ph h ... dd 2.90 +.49 +3.9 123.67 90.41 AveryD 2.26f 27 103.66 +2.59 -9.8 50.88 27 .75 AvisBudg ... 11 31.90 -1.51 -27 .3 52.91 41.40 Avista 1.49f 28 50.14 -2.73 -2.6 39.75 22.00 B&G Foods 1.90f 9 30.05 -2.30 -14.5 49.06 40.19 BCE g 3.02 ... 42.52 +.88 -11.4 16.97 10.65 BGC Ptrs .72 cc 11.15 -.15 -26.2 47 .92 31.88 BHPBil plc 1.66e ... 43.89 -.66 +8.9 47 .83 33.90 BP PLC 2.38 24 45.37 -.57 +7 .9 31.80 18.65 BP Pru 3.60e 5 30.70 +1.46 +52.7 284.22 181.59 Baidu ... 10 267 .19 +15.42 +14.1 104.59 70.23 Balchem .42f 45 98.46 -4.13 +22.2 43.24 34.71 BallCorp s .40 19 37 .62 +.75 -0.6 5.94 2.57 BallardPw ... dd 2.80 -.07 -36.5 11.98 6.53 BcoBrad s .06a ... 7 .49 +.28 -19.6 7 .57 5.25 BcoSantSA .21e ... 5.42 -.17 -17 .1 33.05 22.75 BkofAm .48 16 28.55 +.52 -3.3 84.71 71.37 BkMont g 3.84e ... 78.36 +.41 -2.1 58.99 49.39 BkNYMel .96 13 53.03 -.17 -1.5 66.78 55.85 BkNova g 3.28f 9 57 .35 +.06 -11.1 56.50 25.59 B iPVxST rs ... q 31.45 -2.78 +12.6 8.41 4.10 BarnesNob .60 dd 5.40 +.15 -19.4 18.35 11.07 BarrickG .12 27 12.91 -.44 -10.8 75.62 58.81 Baxter s .76f 35 74.78 +.41 +15.7 23.24 13.09 BeazerHm ... 17 15.56 +.72 -19.0 248.39 191.53 BectDck 3.00f cc 247 .10 +4.24 +15.4 31.15 16.52 BedBath .64 7 19.87 -1.20 -9.6 49.84 40.60 Bemis 1.24 17 42.47 +.19 -11.1 217 .62 168.00 BerkH B ... 26 190.96 +3.40 -3.7 64.42 36.20 BigLots 1.20 13 41.85 +1.18 -25.5 22.70 9.62 Bilibili n ... 49 13.80 +.50 +22.8 49.20 3.50 Biocept rs ... ... 7 .19 +1.79 -65.5 6.69 3.95 Biocryst ... dd 6.19 +.21 +26.1 370.57 249.17 Biogen ... 21 348.48 -9.00 +9.4 8.45 .75 BlackBox .48 dd 2.28 +.25 -35.8 71.01 50.49 BlkHillsCp 1.90f 18 61.32 -2.65 +2.0 14.55 8.47 BlackBerry ... dd 10.20 +.28 -8.7 41.44 32.81 BlkHlthSci 2.40 q 41.17 +1.51 +12.8 15.84 13.04 BlkMuniast .65a q 13.18 +.09 -12.0 37 .52 29.58 Blackstone 2.70e 16 35.21 -.32 +10.0 8.32 1.72 BlueAprn n ... dd 3.89 +.54 -3.5 374.48 202.19 Boeing 6.84 37 350.79 +16.15 +18.9 2228.99 1630.56 BookingHl ... 28 2031.44 -55.49 +16.9 58.22 42.06 BorgWarn .68 13 45.08 +.49 -11.8 315.25 128.75 BostBeer ... 40 326.20 +23.55 +70.7 37 .30 24.54 BostonSci ... 23 33.35 -.26 +34.5 40.44 24.53 BoydGm .20 25 38.17 +1.38 +8.9 27 .34 17 .11 BrigStrat .56 11 18.45 +.38 -27 .3 54.14 29.50 Brinker 1.52 16 48.95 -.21 +26.0 70.05 49.96 BrMySq 1.60 56 56.86 +.30 -7 .2 71.74 48.00 BritATob s 2.24e ... 51.80 +.02 -22.7 285.68 197 .46 BroadcInc 7 .00 8 202.46 -45.22 -21.2 14.82 6.28 Brookdale ... dd 9.49 -.30 -2.2 46.88 37 .27 BrkfInfra s 1.88 29 40.26 -.44 -10.2 69.60 48.04 Brunswick .76 19 67 .56 +1.10 +22.3 65.90 33.85 Bu ckeye 5.05 11 36.28 +1.86 -26.8 44.20 30.45 CA Inc 1.02 20 44.06 +7 .33 +32.4 9.67 3.80 CBL Asc .80 3 5.57 -.19 -1.6 50.83 40.48 CMS Eng 1.43 29 47 .85 -.74 +1.2 15.65 10.09 CNH Indl .14e cc 10.37 +.12 -22.6 67 .69 47 .99 CSX .88 10 64.71 -.29 +17 .6 26.00 6.70 CVR Rfng 2.95e 20 23.00 +.95 +39.0 84.00 60.14 CVS Health 2.00 12 68.63 +2.15 -5.3 8.86 6.25 CYS Invest .88 7 7 .55 -.06 -6.0 29.57 21.71 CabotO&G .24 44 23.45 -.13 -18.0 14.50 10.25 CaesarsEnt ... dd 11.50 +.23 -9.1 52.30 33.40 Cal-Maine 2.49e 90 45.70 -1.35 +2.8 13.15 10.60 CalaCvHi 1.20 q 13.02 +.22 +9.9 25.45 17 .52 CalAmp ... 31 24.05 -.39 +12.2 46.15 35.25 CalifWtr .75 29 40.95 -1.10 -9.7 14.65 9.34 CallonPet ... 24 10.89 ... -10.4 9.95 4.00 CalumetSp ... dd 7 .75 +.35 +0.6 96.39 78.19 CamdenPT 3.08 24 91.51 -.14 -0.6 54.37 32.63 CampSp 1.40 13 41.05 -.86 -14.7 100.01 81.70 CIBC g 5.32 9 88.16 +.23 -9.5 85.77 70.59 CdnNR gs 1.33 ... 85.81 +3.83 +4.0 38.20 28.02 CdnNRs gs 1.34 ... 36.90 +.45 +3.3 106.50 76.98 CapOne 1.60 21 94.59 +1.69 -5.0 16.72 9.15 CapSenL ... dd 10.76 -.48 -20.2 10.58 8.17 CapsteadM .64 12 8.57 -.67 -0.9 1.90 .58 CpstnTur rs ... dd 1.58 +.10 +105.2 78.78 48.28 CardnlHlth 1.90f 12 50.80 +.86 -17 .1 81.67 57 .05 CarMax ... 20 76.92 +.51 +19.9 72.70 56.45 Carnival 2.00 14 58.05 +.50 -12.5 61.49 36.57 CarpTech .72 44 56.51 +1.72 +10.8 31.57 11.10 Carrizo ... 29 28.46 +.08 +33.7 173.19 105.11 Caterpillar 3.44f 17 140.75 +5.34 -10.7 71.85 57 .15 CedarF 3.56 16 60.08 -5.09 -7 .6 147 .17 74.13 Celgene ... 26 85.69 +3.25 -17 .9 10.37 5.72 Cemex .29t ... 6.77 -.19 -9.7 11.52 6.90 CenovusE .20 8 10.57 -.25 +15.8 30.45 24.81 CenterPnt 1.11 20 27 .76 -.18 -2.1 23.81 13.16 CntryLink 2.16 9 19.88 +.22 +19.2 59.83 43.61 ChemFinl 1.12 19 55.16 -1.12 +3.2 58.08 39.57 Chemours n .68 12 44.88 +.36 -10.3 5.60 2.53 ChesEng ... 9 5.19 -.10 +31.1 133.88 102.55 Chevron 4.48 55 124.04 -.10 -0.9 10.90 6.96 Chicos .34 10 8.06 -.38 -8.6 70.52 34.27 ChinaSoAir .64e ... 36.20 -.66 -30.1 474.46 247 .52 Chipotle ... cc 457 .21 +6.17 +58.2 55.05 43.21 ChurchDwt s .87f ... 55.89 +1.23 +11.4 227 .13 163.02 Cigna .04 17 173.09 +.99 -14.8 81.98 66.33 CinnFin 2.12 20 69.61 +1.27 -7 .1 66.87 34.78 Cirrus ... 15 40.27 +.18 -22.3 46.37 30.36 Cisco 1.32f 21 41.78 -.93 +9.1 38.42 5.81 CgpVelICrd ... ... 6.82 +.66 -51.5 80.70 64.38 Citigroup 1.28 12 67 .00 -.14 -10.0 48.23 31.51 CitizFincl .52 12 39.36 +.01 -6.2 109.92 73.34 CitrixSy s ... 31 109.77 +3.20 +24.7 4.05 1.31 CleanEngy ... dd 2.65 -.54 +30.5 9.15 5.60 ClevCliffs ... 7 8.40 -.07 +16.5 150.40 113.57 Clorox 3.84 22 134.46 -.98 -9.6 48.62 41.45 CocaCola 1.56 76 44.74 +.10 -2.5 13.19 10.55 CohStQIR .96 q 12.18 -.06 -3.7 29.16 25.16 CohStSelPf 2.06 q 27 .25 -.06 -3.5 77 .91 61.28 ColgPalm 1.68 23 65.75 -.03 -12.9 44.00 30.43 Comcast s .76 17 34.70 +1.12 -13.0 102.66 64.04 Comerica 1.36f 17 89.46 -1.16 +3.1 9.62 4.90 CmpTask .24 ... 8.21 +.48 +61.0 34.98 17 .11 Comtech .40 28 35.12 +2.52 +58.8 39.43 32.16 ConAgra .85 17 36.07 +.34 -4.2 69.72 48.86 ConnWtrSv 1.25f 42 66.47 -.60 +15.8 72.00 42.27 ConocoPhil 1.14f 58 72.00 +2.35 +31.2 20.72 10.31 ConsolCom 1.55 ... 12.82 -.12 +5.2 89.70 71.12 ConEd 2.86 16 79.46 -.04 -6.5 236.62 191.71 ConstellA 2.96f 17 215.50 +.52 -5.7 69.91 29.73 ContlRescs ... cc 62.42 -.33 +17 .8 40.78 22.58 CooperTire .42 19 26.00 -1.75 -26.4 53.75 33.24 CorOnDem ... dd 52.08 +3.08 +47 .4 35.10 26.11 Corning .72 dd 28.80 +.67 -10.0 35.26 24.55 CorpOffP 1.10 15 29.58 -.32 +1.3 214.17 150.00 Costco 2.28f 31 216.54 +6.92 +16.3 21.68 12.92 Coty .50 ... 14.24 +.08 -28.4 9.88 8.23 CousPrp .26 14 9.55 -.21 +3.2 179.12 141.75 CrackerB 5.00f 16 150.52 -3.31 -5.3 14.96 8.50 CS VSSilv ... q 8.52 -.41 -26.6 35.65 22.15 CrestEq rs 2.40 dd 33.30 +1.10 +29.1 19.54 7 .42 Crocs ... dd 17 .12 +.38 +35.4 62.27 42.63 CrownHold ... 18 45.36 -.04 -19.4 194.18 129.90 Cummins 4.56f 38 136.86 +5.46 -22.5 25.69 11.35 CybrOpt ... cc 19.45 +.55 +29.7 18.87 12.50 CypSemi .44 28 16.54 +.45 +8.5D-E-F 67 .47 52.06 DCT IndlTr 1.44 32 66.65 -.57 +13.4 11.57 9.71 DNP Selct .78 q 10.91 +.03 +1.0 116.74 94.25 DTE 3.53 19 106.19 -.84 -3.0 111.74 76.27 Darden 3.00f 23 112.09 +1.76 +16.7 16.21 8.14 DeanFoods .36 14 10.73 -.26 -7 .2 175.26 112.87 Deere 2.76f 27 137 .58 -2.40 -12.1 60.50 44.59 DeltaAir 1.40f 11 50.77 +1.19 -9.3 5.56 .92 DenburyR ... dd 4.89 -.03 +121.3 31.42 6.98 Dermira ... dd 11.56 +1.65 -58.4 20.23 10.36 DeutschBk .83e ... 11.24 -.22 -40.9 46.54 29.34 DevonE .32f 29 44.72 +.21 +8.0 148.85 117 .73 Diageo 3.20e ... 148.35 +2.77 +1.6 21.92 10.09 DiamOffsh .50 34 20.50 +.75 +10.3 5.16 3.07 DianaShip ... dd 4.64 -.36 +14.0 23.70 11.43 Diebold .40 14 12.45 -.40 -23.9 14.70 8.50 DigiIntl ... 48 13.45 -.45 +40.8 127 .23 96.56 DigitalRlt 4.04 56 116.24 +.94 +2.1 98.75 49.91 Dillards .40 10 85.57 -5.33 +42.5 44.03 21.25 DxGBull rs ... q 23.31 -2.35 -26.5 25.76 11.34 DrGMBll rs .09e q 13.36 -1.24 -24.8 28.73 4.97 DxSPOGBr rs ... q 5.79 +.04 -51.2 18.57 8.31 DxSCBear rs ... q 8.65 +.11 -29.5 81.93 57 .50 Discover 1.40 13 69.89 -.55 -9.1 113.18 96.20 Disney 1.68 16 110.00 +5.22 +2.3 105.82 68.69 DollarGen 1.16f 17 99.50 +1.16 +7 .0 116.65 66.01 DollarTree ... 12 86.75 +2.12 -19.2 85.30 61.53 DomEngy 3.34 14 69.99 -.03 -13.7 293.81 166.74 Dominos 2.20f 47 281.40 +2.25 +48.9 52.58 36.55 Domtar g 1.74 18 48.22 +.40 -2.6 52.20 42.59 Donaldson .76f 24 45.76 +.70 -6.5 77 .08 61.27 DowDuPnt 1.52 21 66.36 +.43 -6.8 9.18 7 .53 DryStrt .52 q 7 .67 +.03 -11.2 43.50 27 .75 Dropbox n ... ... 32.17 +.81 +13.0 9.33 8.40 DufPUC .60 q 8.54 -.06 -3.5 91.78 71.96 DukeEngy 3.71f 18 80.62 -1.00 -4.1 30.14 24.30 DukeRlty .80 23 28.92 -.31 +6.3 46.99 33.95 eBay s ... 25 37 .61 +.22 -0.3 128.03 81.99 EOG Rescs .74f dd 125.96 +1.61 +16.7 39.72 26.02 ETF M AlH ... ... 28.83 -.95 -1.4 89.85 69.82 Eaton 2.64f 18 77 .76 +1.74 -1.6 17 .72 14.41 EV EEq2 1.05 q 17 .53 +.58 +15.2 9.84 8.02 EVTxMGlo .98 q 9.45 -.02 +0.7 150.46 125.74 Ecolab 1.64 31 143.16 +1.40 +6.7 83.38 57 .63 EdisonInt 2.42 15 65.64 -.62 +3.8 155.22 100.20 EdwLfSci s ... 49 148.13 +.60 +31.4 89.09 73.69 EliLilly 2.25 85 89.71 +2.32 +6.2 116.90 79.71 EllieMae ... 72 102.84 -3.63 +15.0 20.60 18.00 ElmiraSB .92b 17 20.50 ... +5.3 10.45 5.65 EmergeES 2.68m dd 7 .17 -.05 -0.3 74.45 57 .47 EmersonEl 1.94 27 70.58 +1.30 +1.3 16.63 8.89 EnbrdgEPt 1.40 13 10.98 +.14 -20.5 42.31 29.00 Enbridge 2.68 ... 35.58 -.03 -9.0 14.31 8.31 EnCana g .06 22 13.24 +.44 -0.7 12.54 5.27 Endo Intl ... dd 11.12 +.26 +43.5 13.49 7 .61 Enerpls g .12e 17 13.12 +.35 +34.0 20.00 13.80 EnLinkLLC 1.05f 14 15.75 -.85 -10.5 21.80 17 .65 Ennis Inc .90f 15 19.95 -.50 -3.9 8.00 4.10 ENSCO .04 dd 7 .60 +.34 +28.6 87 .85 71.95 Entergy 3.56 36 81.89 -.67 +0.6 29.65 23.10 EntProdPt 1.72f 21 28.40 +.75 +7 .1 57 .44 47 .06 Evergy 1.60 25 55.91 -.85 +5.9 66.15 52.76 EversrceE 2.02 19 59.14 -1.17 -6.4 1.62 .76 EvineLive ... ... 1.40 +.06 ... 71.60 36.10 ExactSci h ... dd 63.76 +1.30 +21.4 11.38 8.51 ExantasCap .20 dd 10.13 -.07 +8.1 32.50 18.50 Exelixis ... 27 21.86 +.65 -28.1 43.20 35.51 Exelon 1.38f 12 42.39 -.70 +7 .6 161.00 98.52 Expedia h 1.20 58 126.95 +.95 +6.0 85.07 55.80 ExpScripts ... 11 81.48 +1.41 +9.2 89.30 72.16 ExxonMbl 3.28f 18 83.31 +.98 -0.4 14.92 12.02 FNBCp PA .48 14 13.22 -.31 -4.3 207 .08 149.02 Facebook ... 39 207 .32 +4.09 +17 .5 58.74 39.79 Fastenal 1.60f 24 55.24 +7 .03 +1.0 274.66 203.13 FedExCp 2.60f 11 233.75 +5.48 -6.3 24.37 9.78 FedNatHld .32 21 23.27 +.32 +40.4 135.59 106.41 FedRlty 4.00 22 125.09 -1.80 -5.8 149.85 86.68 Ferrari n ... ... 142.51 +7 .15 +35.9 5.75 2.87 Ferrellgs .40 dd 3.32 -.03 -22.4 24.95 11.07 FiatChrys ... ... 19.43 -.57 +8.9 42.52 31.89 FidlNatFn 1.20f 14 37 .08 -.80 -5.5 17 .04 12.63 FidusInvst 1.56a 9q 14.46 +.04 -4.7 34.67 24.66 FifthThird .72f 9 29.09 -.05 -4.1 22.53 14.73 FstData n ... 12 22.31 +.45 +33.5 81.72 39.11 FstSolar ... 33 54.06 -.47 -19.9 37 .00 29.12 FirstEngy 1.44 7 35.84 -.93 +17 .0 7 .79 4.51 Fitbit n ... dd 6.65 -.21 +16.5 22.51 19.07 FlrtyTotR 1.63 q 19.25 -.05 -10.9 19.71 12.93 Flex Ltd ... 15 14.81 +.49 -17 .7 22.82 16.80 FlowrsFds .72f 22 20.65 -.67 +6.9 62.09 37 .04 Fluor .84 36 49.45 +.40 -4.3 59.40 28.42 FootLockr 1.38 21 52.67 +.37 +12.4 13.48 10.14 FordM .60a 6 10.98 -.08 -12.1 73.62 52.63 FBHmSec .80 19 55.18 +.63 -19.4 20.25 11.78 FrptMcM .20 11 16.80 -.66 -11.4G-H-I 24.23 18.83 GGP Inc .88 31 20.90 +.28 -10.6 164.76 96.42 GW Pharm ... dd 151.77 +10.51 +15.0 24.97 21.10 GabDvInc 1.32 q 23.36 +.38 -0.2 10.09 8.42 GabMultT .88e q 9.09 +.08 -1.2 7 .20 5.68 GabUtil .60 q 5.97 -.05 -15.9 39.32 32.51 Gam&Lsr n 2.52 20 36.16 +.12 -2.3 35.68 21.02 Gap .97 14 29.40 -1.62 -13.1 65.96 49.80 Garmin 2.12f 20 63.23 +1.88 +6.1 36.59 32.20 GAInv 1.15e q 35.25 +.65 +2.5 230.00 184.21 GenDynam 3.72 20 192.74 +3.90 -5.3 27 .05 12.61 GenElec .48 dd 13.89 +.04 -20.5 60.69 41.01 GenMills 1.96 10 44.91 +.36 -24.3 46.76 34.50 GenMotors 1.52 dd 39.36 +.20 -4.0 31.79 18.42 GenesisEn 2.88f 56 22.91 +.54 +2.5 25.41 16.59 Gentex .44f 16 23.23 -.03 +10.9 107 .75 79.86 GenuPrt 2.88f 21 93.25 +2.51 -1.9 5.32 2.89 Gerdau .02e ... 4.00 +.06 +7 .5 89.54 64.27 GileadSci 2.28 9 77 .38 +2.17 +8.0 42.95 34.52 GlaxoSKln 2.89e ... 41.74 +.72 +17 .7 57 .55 27 .79 GlobusMed ... 44 52.02 +.56 +26.6 77 .02 40.78 GoDaddy n ... cc 76.78 +3.00 +52.7 14.76 4.15 Gogo ... dd 4.04 -.85 -64.2 15.55 11.64 Goldcrp g .24 18 13.23 -.73 +3.6 275.31 214.64 GoldmanS 3.20f 22 226.41 +4.62 -11.1 36.52 22.73 Goodyear .56 7 22.68 -1.12 -29.8 11.89 4.42 GoPro ... dd 6.31 -.63 -16.6 19.60 11.87 GovPrpIT 1.72 26 16.02 -.52 -13.6 77 .37 58.48 vjGrace .96 22 74.54 +.15 +6.3 16.74 12.65 GraphPkg .30 16 14.85 +.30 -3.9 65.60 47 .97 Greif A 1.68 18 54.55 +1.43 -10.0 46.50 29.70 Griffin .40f ... 43.97 -.43 +19.8 5.99 3.60 Groupon ... ... 4.67 +.31 -8.4 37 .43 24.78 GuangRy .63e ... 26.10 -.44 -21.9 15.08 8.11 Gulf p ortE ... 6 12.09 -1.14 -5.3 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg Combined StocksFrom the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. Stock Footnotes: Stock Footnotes: cld Issue has been called for redemption by company. d New 52-week low. ec Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace. g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not me et continued-listing standards. lf Late ling with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low gu res date only from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. pr Preferences. pp Holder owes installments of purchase price. r t Right to buy security at a specied price. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock h as split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd When distributed. wt Warrant, all owing a purchase of a stock. u New 52-week high. un Unit,, including more than one security. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Stocks in bold are worth at least $5 and changed 5 percent or more in price. Underlining for 50 most actively traded stocks of the day. Dividend Footnotes: a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. Most recent dividend was omitted or deferred. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent dividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. PE Footnotes: q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.ExtraMoney & MarketsUDow industrials2.30% (wkly)t 4-wk. -0.28%s YTD 1.21%UNasdaq1.79% (wkly)s 4-wk. 1.03%s YTD 13.36%US&P 5001.50% (wkly)s 4-wk. 0.78%s YTD 4.78%US&P mid-cap0.34% (wkly)s 4-wk. 0.20%s YTD 5.04%VRussell 200 0 -0.41% (wkly)s 4-wk. 0.19%s YTD 9.87% 170.65 139.53 NextEraEn 4.44f 12 169.52 -.79 +8.5 27 .76 22.44 NiSource s .78 33 26.30 -.58 +2.5 81.00 50.35 NikeB s .80 67 77 .38 +.90 +23.7 6.84 3.14 NobleCorp .08 dd 6.45 +.36 +42.7 37 .76 22.99 NobleEngy .44 36 36.02 +.81 +23.6 6.59 4.51 NokiaCp .19e ... 5.81 +.05 +24.7 6.61 1.82 NordicAm .41e dd 2.49 -.38 +1.2 54.11 37 .79 Nordstrm 1.48a 20 52.18 -1.77 +10.1 159.04 111.44 NorflkSo 2.88 24 159.46 +4.94 +10.0 3.73 .63 NthnO&G ... 43 3.41 +.13 +66.3 360.88 259.00 NorthropG 4.80f 34 321.73 +14.37 +4.8 18.20 15.06 NwstBcsh .68 19 17 .67 -.18 +5.6 69.50 51.50 NwstNG 1.88 dd 64.30 -2.25 +7 .8 94.19 72.30 Novartis 2.75e 16 78.78 +1.61 -6.2 2.75 .91 Novavax ... dd 1.36 -.05 +9.7 58.37 41.03 NovoNord .96e ... 49.88 +1.47 -7 .1 84.00 53.50 NuSkin 1.47 37 77 .28 -1.58 +13.3 70.48 51.67 Nucor 1.52 16 64.12 +.78 +0.8 14.46 12.92 NuvDivA .85a q 13.25 +.03 -5.8 18.59 15.35 Nv AMT-Fr .78a q 15.40 +.02 -10.8 10.75 9.29 NvPfdInco .80 q 9.30 -.13 -10.1 14.57 13.00 NuvEqtP 1.00 q 14.21 +.04 -0.3 269.20 148.68 Nvidia .60 47 249.32 +1.99 +28.8 29.93 22.70 NxStageMd ... dd 28.00 -.28 +15.6 37 .32 29.59 OGE Engy 1.33 19 35.42 +.12 +7 .6 5.91 4.17 OaktrSpL .38 dd 4.67 ... -4.5 9.09 7 .03 OaktStInco .56e 11 8.41 -.08 +0.1 13.87 6.69 OasisPet ... dd 12.55 -.66 +49.2 87 .67 58.38 OcciPet 3.12f cc 83.64 -.61 +13.5 30.90 24.02 OceanFst .60 17 29.52 -.90 +12.5 6.26 2.00 OfficeDpt .10 6 2.62 -.08 -26.0 19.35 15.38 OldNBcp .52 25 18.50 -.55 +6.0 22.34 17 .92 OldRepub .78 17 20.03 +.17 -6.3 38.84 27 .68 Olin .80 9 29.22 +.19 -17 .9 33.85 24.90 OmegaHlt 2.64 11 31.33 -.74 +13.8 27 .10 14.20 OnSmcnd ... 12 23.48 +.38 +12.1 71.99 49.65 ONEOK 3.18f 52 71.40 +.19 +33.6 7 .24 2.66 OpkoHlth ... dd 5.86 +.65 +19.6 53.48 42.57 Oracle .76 55 48.63 +2.63 +2.9 65.75 33.72 Orbotch ... 21 62.13 -.57 +23.7 2.72 .91 Organovo ... dd 1.34 -.05 ... 61.86 42.68 Orthofix ... 77 58.10 +.18 +6.2 100.26 66.55 OshkoshCp .96 17 73.60 +2.66 -19.0 49.75 38.75 OtterTail 1.34 24 48.40 -1.20 +8.9 32.51 14.26 OwensMin 1.04 11 17 .32 +.24 -8.3P-Q-R 71.57 37 .30 PG&E Cp 2.12f 7 43.27 -1.76 -3.5 22.35 12.25 PGT Inc ... 27 21.35 ... +26.7 163.59 119.77 PNC 3.80f 13 138.32 +2.32 -4.1 46.00 33.75 PNM Res 1.06 19 38.30 -1.40 -5.3 93.12 64.48 POSCO ... ... 70.00 -.40 -10.4 122.07 100.36 PPG s 1.80 18 103.99 +.99 -11.0 39.90 25.30 PPL Corp 1.64 12 28.52 -1.05 -7 .9 79.69 59.82 Paccar 1.12 12 63.45 +2.54 -10.7 39.97 25.15 Pagsegur n ... ... 27 .30 -.57 -13.9 219.19 126.56 PaloAltNet ... dd 215.95 +4.79 +49.0 9.98 4.09 Pandora ... dd 8.16 -.09 +69.3 1.44 .31 ParkDrl ... dd .36 -.02 -64.2 212.80 152.47 ParkerHan 3.04f 20 161.51 +4.69 -19.1 33.43 21.12 ParsleyEn ... 53 32.07 +.40 +8.9 73.10 54.20 Paychex 2.24 28 70.54 +.75 +3.6 89.19 54.33 PayPal n ... 56 87 .99 +2.05 +19.5 36.99 29.28 Pembina g 1.56 26 35.47 +.08 -2.0 36.47 19.98 PnnNtGm ... 38 36.59 +1.68 +16.8 7 .84 6.29 PennantPk .72 8 7 .08 -.01 +2.5 5.63 2.25 Penney ... 40 2.38 -.06 -24.7 54.83 38.33 Penske 1.40f 12 48.68 -.92 +1.7 74.84 41.28 Pentair .70 13 43.52 +1.24 -38.4 20.26 15.97 PeopUtdF .70f 17 18.06 -.15 -3.4 122.51 95.94 PepsiCo 3.71f 35 112.69 +3.13 -6.0 84.49 62.43 PerkElm .28 29 75.67 +1.35 +3.5 95.93 63.68 Perrigo .76 dd 75.90 -.33 -12.9 14.98 7 .24 PetrbrsA ... ... 9.38 +.17 -4.6 17 .20 7 .72 Petrobras ... ... 10.69 +.27 +3.9 39.43 32.32 Pfizer 1.36 15 37 .53 +.42 +3.6 121.69 76.21 PhilipMor 4.56f 21 82.68 +.42 -21.7 43.98 35.47 PhilipsNV .88e ... 43.66 +.18 +15.5 122.38 80.73 Phillips66 3.20f 26 111.81 +.63 +10.5 10.89 10.00 PimIncStr2 .96 q 10.48 -.14 +0.5 92.42 73.41 PinWst 2.78 18 80.15 -2.59 -5.9 213.40 125.46 PioNtrl .32f cc 184.55 -.47 +6.8 16.13 8.11 PitnyBw .75 6 8.96 -.15 -19.9 26.95 18.38 PlainsAAP 1.95 31 23.53 +.10 +14.0 137 .66 86.96 Polaris 2.40 32 122.42 -3.21 -1.3 47 .48 34.15 PolyOne .70 20 44.58 +.56 +2.5 166.95 127 .36 Praxair 3.30 38 166.80 +2.76 +7 .8 75.59 52.31 PrinFncl 2.08f 11 53.16 -.46 -24.7 63.45 34.95 ProAssur 1.24a 20 36.40 +.25 -36.3 65.12 32.52 PrUltPQ s ... q 65.26 +4.18 +41.1 45.62 8.52 PUVixST rs ... q 9.61 -1.38 -5.9 139.47 9.53 ProShtVx s ... q 13.77 +.53 -89.3 94.67 70.73 ProctGam 2.87 21 79.31 ... -13.7 51.12 35.66 PrUShSP rs ... q 35.98 -1.10 -12.4 32.24 12.52 PShtQQQ rs ... q 12.49 -.91 -41.9 8.37 5.51 ProspctCap .72 8 6.67 -.05 -1.0 127 .14 92.05 Prudentl 3.60 10 95.07 +.22 -17 .3 54.50 41.67 PSEG 1.80 18 52.04 -1.23 +1.0 234.90 180.48 PubStrg 6.80 25 228.08 -4.13 +9.1 35.21 23.81 PulteGrp .36 17 29.65 +.34 -10.8 7 .72 6.89 PMMI .44 q 7 .10 +.10 -4.2 13.77 7 .02 QEP Res .08 36 12.75 -.13 +33.2 69.28 48.56 Qualcom 2.48 dd 58.39 +.55 -8.8 116.49 90.10 QstDiag 2.00f 22 114.95 +4.46 +16.7 145.94 70.57 RLauren 2.50f 18 127 .55 +1.13 +23.0 22.92 11.93 RangeRs .08 18 16.40 -.67 -3.9 42.40 26.70 RavenInds .52 1 39.35 -.57 +14.6 102.17 74.14 RJamesFn .88f 19 93.00 +3.32 +4.4 39.73 27 .71 Rayonier 1.08f 41 38.19 -1.22 +20.7 229.75 165.14 Raytheon 3.47 29 199.75 +7 .05 +6.8 60.05 47 .25 RltyInco 2.53 31 55.15 -.43 -3.3 17 .45 14.29 RedwdTr 1.20f 12 16.57 -.20 +11.8 526.12 281.89 Regenrn ... 28 367 .64 -1.95 -2.2 20.21 13.03 RegionsFn .36 16 17 .21 -.38 -0.4 97 .41 68.46 RelStlAl 2.00 20 89.99 +1.67 +4.9 49.23 29.56 Replgn ... 68 47 .86 -1.09 +31.9 68.89 53.09 RestBrnds 1.80 20 63.48 +2.59 +3.3 20.78 16.18 RetailOpp .78 56 19.13 -.37 -4.1 60.72 42.65 RioTinto 2.27e ... 54.00 -.65 +2.0 2.80 1.38 RiteAid ... 2 1.65 -.09 -16.2 210.72 155.81 RockwlAut 3.68 25 171.07 +1.83 -12.9 139.63 105.04 RockColl 1.32 22 137 .86 +2.50 +1.7 184.00 105.60 Rogers ... 33 117 .38 +.69 -27 .5 58.80 15.75 Roku n ... dd 48.76 +2.06 -5.8 292.97 226.81 Roper 1.65 30 283.45 +7 .27 +9.4 87 .10 72.61 RoyalBk g 3.76 ... 77 .10 +.66 -5.6 135.65 101.20 RylCarb 2.40 14 107 .87 +3.13 -9.6 76.99 53.56 RoyDShllB 3.76 cc 73.44 +.70 +7.5 73.86 52.48 RoyDShllA 3.76 cc 70.00 +.54 +4.9 90.26 65.65 Ryder 2.08f 18 74.69 +1.46 -11.3S-T-U 46.44 33.92 S&T Bcp 1.00 19 43.63 -1.24 +9.6 68.35 33.61 SCANA .49m 10 39.06 -1.45 -1.8 106.04 89.46 SLGreen 3.25 30 102.97 +.26 +2.0 28.45 12.29 SM Energy .10 dd 26.42 -.40 +19.7 129.52 114.83 SpdrGold ... q 117 .61 -1.25 -4.9 286.63 240.85 S&P500ETF 4.13e q 279.59 +4.17 +4.8 101.55 74.25 SpdrBiot s .44e q 100.56 +.31 +18.5 37 .46 35.26 SpdrLehHY 2.30 q 35.69 +.13 -2.8 66.04 49.31 SpdrS&P RB .74e q 60.85 -1.10 +3.4 51.04 37 .72 SpdrRetl s .49e q 49.22 -.61 +8.9 45.45 28.96 SpdrOGEx .73e q 43.19 -.22 +16.2 50.00 37 .00 SabnR 2.34e 22 45.90 -.72 +2.9 87 .05 51.05 Saia Inc ... 37 76.55 -4.35 +8.2 20.00 16.75 StJoe ... 54 17 .95 -.45 -0.6 148.70 87 .26 Salesforce ... cc 147 .61 +6.21 +44.4 21.36 14.05 SallyBty ... 10 16.37 +.49 -12.7 10.54 5.66 SJuanB .65e 13 5.93 -.01 -28.0 50.65 37 .43 Sanofi 1.58e ... 41.93 -.55 -2.5 80.35 61.02 Schlmbrg 2.00 43 68.08 +1.05 +1.0 60.22 38.06 Schwab .40 29 50.62 -.03 -1.5 10.76 1.99 SearsHldgs ... dd 2.26 -.01 -36.9 10.72 5.50 Seaspan .50 15 9.59 -.94 +42.1 122.98 100.49 SempraEn 3.58 22 116.51 -1.27 +9.0 20.27 14.86 SenHous 1.56 12 18.22 -.52 -4.9 435.15 326.68 Sherwin 3.44f 32 418.39 +4.81 +2.0 11.64 2.00 ShiftPixy n ... ... 4.62 +2.03 +60.4 15.98 12.80 ShipFin 1.40 15 14.65 ... -5.5 173.63 145.78 SimonProp 7 .80 23 171.69 -1.30 ... 7 .70 5.17 SiriusXM .04 39 7 .10 +.10 +32.5 117 .65 86.13 SkywksSol 1.28 21 99.60 -.53 +4.9 27 .69 20.50 SmartFn rs ... 24 25.35 -1.62 +16.8 133.38 96.13 Smucker 3.12 15 111.06 -.68 -10.6 21.22 10.50 SnapInc A n ... ... 13.36 -.17 -8.6 185.47 140.83 SnapOn 3.28 16 165.26 +1.90 -5.2 98.26 49.73 SodaStrm ... 32 90.14 +2.81 +28.1 22.55 19.70 SolarCap 1.64 12 20.74 -.05 +2.6 55.77 46.55 SonocoP 1.56 27 54.06 +1.07 +1.7 53.91 36.25 SonyCp ... ... 53.31 +3.73 +18.6 42.97 38.63 SourcC 1.00 q 40.40 +.47 -0.9 36.41 25.96 SoJerInd s 1.12 29 33.65 -1.62 +7 .7 53.51 42.38 SouthnCo 2.40f 53 47 .96 +.20 -0.3 66.99 49.76 SwstAirl .64f 9 53.09 +.35 -18.9 6.72 3.42 SwstnEngy ... 6 5.38 -.10 -3.6 8.46 6.47 SpiritRltC .72 12 8.21 -.14 +6.8 8.92 4.81 Sprint ... 3 5.66 +.03 -3.9 69.40 23.44 Square n ... ... 66.97 +.53 +93.2 5.70 1.14 Staff360 rs ... ... 2.69 +1.32 -14.6 64.17 53.41 SP Matls .98e q 58.58 +.13 -3.2 91.79 77 .82 SP HlthC 1.01e q 87 .40 +1.39 +5.7 58.95 48.76 SP CnSt 1.28e q 52.74 +.52 -7 .3 112.62 87 .89 SP Consum 1.12e q 112.59 +2.29 +14.1 79.42 61.80 SP Engy 2.04e q 76.26 +.59 +5.5 30.33 23.79 SPDR Fncl .46e q 26.98 +.31 -3.3 80.96 66.95 SP Inds 1.12e q 73.75 +1.59 -2.5 72.66 54.94 SP Tech .78e q 72.54 +1.48 +13.4 57 .23 47 .37 SP Util 1.55e q 52.54 -.63 -0.3 176.62 130.56 StanBlkDk 2.52 19 135.57 +2.43 -20.1 11.35 8.74 StarGas .47f 15 9.76 +.05 -9.2 61.94 47 .37 Starbucks s 1.44f 24 51.62 +2.64 -10.1 114.27 89.25 StateStr 1.68 16 92.44 -.31 -5.3 52.10 32.20 StlDynam .75 19 47 .27 +.88 +9.6 4.04 .48 SteinMart s .30 dd 2.16 +.06 +86.2 34.71 14.48 StitchFix n ... ... 32.99 +.58 +27 .7 179.84 137 .70 Stryker 1.88 30 174.30 +1.19 +12.6 27 .05 21.85 SubPpne 2.40 33 23.21 -.31 -4.2 99.74 80.12 SunCmts 2.84f cc 99.29 +.02 +7 .0 70.83 40.86 SunHydrl .36 42 50.22 -.35 -22.4 73.37 51.96 SunTrst 1.60 14 67 .64 +.29 +4.7 28.85 18.80 SupGpCos s .38 18 20.26 -.43 -24.1 34.20 18.85 Symantec lf .30 10 21.67 +.39 -22.8 40.59 28.33 Synchrony .60 12 32.44 -1.26 -16.0 57 .40 40.27 SynovusFn 1.00 19 52.76 -.83 +10.1 69.94 48.92 Sysco 1.44 28 70.74 +1.36 +16.5 59.30 22.64 TC PpLn 2.60m 9 27 .22 +1.48 -48.7 96.82 66.44 TJX 1.56 22 95.33 -.22 +24.7 46.57 34.55 TaiwSemi .73e 17 37 .77 +.50 -4.7 55.50 38.70 Tapestry 1.35 29 46.53 -.27 +5.2 66.61 44.78 Taubmn 2.62f 21 59.48 -.53 -9.1 111.10 75.31 TechData h ... 27 85.51 +2.41 -12.7 65.75 27 .35 Teladoc n ... ... 66.10 +2.75 +89.7 65.59 41.78 Tenneco 1.00 7 43.69 -1.00 -25.4 44.27 28.33 Teradata ... 26 43.01 +1.17 +11.8 89.60 75.20 TerraNitro 5.15e 10 83.96 ... +5.2 389.61 244.59 Tesla Inc ... dd 318.87 +9.97 +2.4 33.82 10.85 TevaPhrm .73e 7 23.29 -.84 +22.9 120.75 77 .93 TexInst 2.48 29 115.14 +2.43 +10.2 69.43 44.29 TexRdhse 1.00 31 67 .73 +.93 +28.6 26.50 13.75 Textainer .96 dd 15.55 -.05 -27 .7 69.36 47 .24 Textron .08 43 67 .30 +1.61 +18.9 226.44 170.07 ThermoFis .68 26 211.20 +4.00 +11.2 19.06 7 .92 3D Sys ... 61 15.35 +.61 +77 .7 259.77 191.44 3M Co 5.44f 30 201.18 +3.72 -14.5 137 .97 86.15 Tiffany 2.20f 39 132.25 -1.42 +27 .2 55.65 41.85 Timken 1.12f 17 44.75 +1.35 -9.0 93.60 74.48 Torchmark .64 7 83.43 +.64 -8.0 75.46 49.91 TorDBk gs 2.68 ... 57 .69 +.25 -1.5 64.59 48.43 Total SA 2.71e ... 62.29 -.45 +12.7 140.99 107 .57 Toyota ... ... 129.51 -.05 +1.8 6.04 .60 TransEntx ... dd 4.60 +.56 +138.3 14.34 7 .20 Transocn ... dd 13.47 +.29 +26.1 150.55 113.76 Travelers 3.08f 16 126.63 +3.45 -6.6 28.32 22.63 TriContl 1.02e q 27 .01 +.31 +0.3 52.95 48.56 TriCntl pf 2.50 ... 50.80 -.10 +0.8 57 .76 31.52 TriNetGrp ... 36 55.44 +.35 +25.0 38.25 26.80 Trinity .52 8 34.79 +.21 -7 .1 29.50 19.30 TrueBlue ... 17 27 .05 -.65 -1.6 9.70 7 .51 TrstNY .26 17 8.90 -.25 -3.3 70.35 39.62 Tuppwre 2.72 dd 42.13 +.23 -32.8 50.15 24.81 21stCFoxA .36 22 47 .56 -1.37 +37 .7 49.65 24.30 21stCFoxB .36 20 47 .19 -1.24 +38.3 47 .79 15.67 Twitter ... dd 44.49 -2.16 +85.3 98.58 45.50 2U ... dd 93.59 +5.50 +45.1 40.33 32.88 UDR 1.29 23 37 .40 -.03 -2.9 54.09 42.51 UGI Corp 1.04f 11 52.76 -1.17 +12.4 34.59 15.36 UltraClean ... 7 16.10 -.28 -30.3 24.70 11.40 UndrArm s ... 37 21.49 -.77 +48.9 193.05 135.95 UniFirst .45f 24 189.60 +4.10 +15.0 61.62 51.56 UnilevNV 1.43e ... 56.12 +.04 -0.4 148.33 101.06 UnionPac 2.92 10 139.94 -3.12 +4.4 28.68 15.29 Unit ... 15 27 .07 +.13 +23.0 81.39 56.51 UtdContl ... 10 72.10 +1.14 +7 .0 135.53 101.45 UPS B 3.64 18 108.97 +2.94 -8.5 190.74 106.52 UtdRentals ... 8 154.83 +5.30 -9.9 58.50 48.49 US Bancrp 1.20 14 50.91 +.70 -5.0 15.25 9.02 US OilFd ... q 14.47 -.49 +20.5 47 .64 20.89 USSteel .20 21 36.21 +.87 +2.9 139.24 109.10 UtdTech 2.80 22 129.51 +4.11 +1.5 256.90 183.86 UtdhlthGp 3.60f 24 258.70 +7 .94 +17 .3 26.55 13.81 UnitGrp 2.40 56 21.70 +.27 +22.0 71.60 45.95 UnvslCp 3.00f 10 68.40 -1.20 +30.3 58.73 36.15 UnumGrp .92 2 37 .66 -.46 -31.4 2.00 .96 UraniumEn ... dd 1.60 -.08 -9.6V-W-X-Y-Z 85.15 55.51 VF Corp 1.84 45 84.84 +3.33 +14.6 15.24 8.76 Vale SA .29e 13 13.14 +.11 +7 .4 27 .79 10.94 ValeantPh ... 6 23.40 +.44 +12.6 13.38 10.61 VlyNBcp .44 21 12.45 +.03 +11.0 25.58 20.84 VanEGold .06e q 21.96 -.65 -5.5 24.33 19.10 VnEkRus .01e q 21.79 -.02 +2.7 114.55 83.03 VnEkSemi .58e q 104.98 +.03 +7 .3 29.87 21.70 VEckOilSvc .47e q 26.31 +.15 +1.0 37 .76 29.84 VanE JrGld ... q 32.53 -.97 -4.7 86.14 72.05 VangREIT 3.08e q 82.26 -.76 -0.9 108.99 91.60 VangDivAp 1.82e q 104.57 +1.83 +2.5 78.12 67 .24 VangTotW 1.53e q 78.12 ... +5.2 50.99 40.68 VangEmg 1.10e q 42.80 +.55 -6.8 47 .89 41.02 VangFTSE 1.10e q 43.25 +.16 -3.6 71.71 57 .48 Vectren 1.80 28 71.31 -.10 +9.7 69.92 46.55 Ventas 3.16 16 58.21 -.91 -3.0 8.75 6.52 Vereit .55 cc 7 .69 -.01 -1.3 147 .34 94.31 Verisign ... 38 147 .58 +5.67 +29.0 54.77 42.80 VerizonCm 2.36 7 51.41 +.52 -2.9 61.85 46.65 ViadCorp .40 28 57 .05 -.05 +3.0 11.54 8.34 Viavi ... 31 10.46 +.12 +19.7 19.14 7 .79 Vipshop ... 9 10.24 -.66 -12.6 139.95 94.15 Visa s .84 46 139.42 +5.33 +22.3 26.45 16.65 VishayInt .34f dd 25.70 +.45 +23.9 165.00 87 .54 VMware ... 42 155.05 -2.63 +23.7 32.75 24.04 Vodafone 1.82e ... 24.16 -1.16 -24.3 141.20 108.17 VulcanM 1.12 27 126.16 -4.28 -1.7 8.92 1.83 W&T Off .40 14 8.08 +.61 +144.1 162.85 103.80 WD 40 2.16 39 162.30 +10.50 +37 .5 70.09 58.48 WEC Engy 2.21 21 65.19 -1.22 -1.9 72.41 59.23 WP Carey 4.06 18 66.78 -1.16 -3.1 19.78 9.21 WPX Engy ... dd 18.74 -.22 +33.2 109.98 73.13 WalMart 2.08f 21 87 .70 +3.19 -11.2 83.89 59.07 WalgBoots 1.76f 14 65.17 +1.87 -10.3 31.65 8.53 WarrMet n .20 ... 25.57 -1.97 +29.7 33.96 24.92 WREIT 1.20 30 30.79 -.27 -1.1 89.73 73.48 WsteMInc 1.85 18 84.37 +2.08 -2.2 220.20 171.32 Waters ... 30 198.09 +1.61 +2.5 4.72 2.07 WeathfIntl ... dd 3.52 +.13 -15.6 67 .86 44.04 WebsterFn 1.32f 22 64.10 -.14 +14.1 105.73 32.55 WtWatch ... 84 92.03 -10.39 +107 .8 33.83 25.67 WeinRlt 1.58f 11 30.52 -.47 -7 .1 66.31 49.27 WellsFargo 1.56 13 55.36 -.53 -8.8 75.58 49.58 Welltower 1.68e 14 62.68 -1.72 -1.7 18.22 13.57 Wendys Co .34 19 17 .56 +.28 +6.9 12.10 11.10 WAstInfSc .38 q 11.40 +.09 -3.3 106.96 75.96 WDigital 2.00 9 79.52 +1.59 ... 26.38 20.52 WestpacBk 1.52e ... 22.00 -.16 -9.8 71.55 54.05 WestRck 1.72 17 57 .44 +.52 -9.1 38.39 30.95 Weyerhsr 1.28 32 36.44 -.83 +3.3 200.61 142.30 Whrlpl 4.60f 33 155.77 +4.90 -7 .6 33.67 24.00 WmsCos 1.36 10 27 .32 -.26 -10.4 44.06 32.74 WillmsPtrs 2.46f 48 41.05 -.28 +5.9 36.59 31.65 WT MCD s ... q 36.33 +.02 +3.0 89.30 65.76 Woodward .57 29 80.20 +2.19 +4.8 40.16 19.79 WorldFuel .24 10 21.42 +.92 -23.9 77 .46 20.44 WldW Ent .48 cc 76.90 +.22 +151.5 53.27 39.52 Worthgtn .92f 15 45.44 +.57 +3.1 203.63 124.11 Wynn 3.00f 46 165.24 +8.38 -2.0 52.22 41.51 XcelEngy 1.52 20 46.27 -.69 -3.8 37 .42 23.52 Xerox rs 1.00 32 25.27 +.88 -13.3 78.02 60.12 Xilinx 1.44f 35 67 .99 +.40 +0.8 17 .61 8.07 YRC Wwde ... dd 10.61 +.32 -26.2 3.80 2.21 Yamana g .02 dd 2.91 -.19 -6.7 39.00 27 .45 YorkWater .67 32 32.40 -1.05 -4.4 88.07 72.61 YumBrnds 1.44f 28 79.14 +.87 -3.0 48.75 34.98 Yum China .40 ... 36.62 -.72 -8.5 23.70 8.30 Zagg ... 17 17 .10 -.35 -7 .3 60.26 25.09 Zendesk ... dd 59.68 +2.02 +76.4 133.49 104.28 ZimmerBio .96 16 114.89 +.89 -4.8 89.25 59.50 Zoetis .50 40 86.14 -.72 +19.6 4.57 3.20 Zynga ... 72 4.34 +.12 +8.5 STOCKS LISTING CHANGE REQUESTS WELCOME!Mutual funds listings will run on Saturdays. The Sun Newspaper is tweaking the way stocks are listed in the daily paper. We will continue to run a wide range of stocks, but were trying to eliminate stocks our readers dont want. If you do not see your stock in the paper, please let us know and we will put it in the listings. Email the name of the company and the symbol to nlane@sun-herald.com, or call 941-206-1138. You can leave the stock name and symbol on voice mail. If you reach voice mail, please leave your contact information so your call can be returned.

PAGE 40

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 5 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers Do you nd yourself waking up at night worrying about nances, relationships, your family's safety and health or politics? Are you often upset at work or as you're driving? Feeling conict with relatives and co-workers? You're not alone. A new poll from the American Psychological Association reveals that Americans' anxiety levels are increasing every year „ with millennials (born between 1981 and 1996) being the most worried group, especially about money; and baby boomers (born 1948 to 1964) experiencing a seven-point jump in their anxiety level this year. Overall, when asked to compare their current anxiety with that of the previous year, 57 percent of women 18 to 49 said that they were more anxious, as were 38 percent of men the same age. So ... We're going to talk about your stress responses, and we don't want the discussion to irk you. It's important to admit to the tension. To identify when it derails you. To nd ways to ease it. Breathe. Unrelieved stress increases unhappiness and ages your arteries, destroys connections in your brain and damages your immune system. Job-related stress costs U.S. industries $300 billion annually, according to the American Stress Institute! Where to Start: Change your physical and emotional responses so that you don't get caught up in a feedback loop of ever-increasing discomfort. This calls for becoming aware of how you respond physically to stress then working to change that. For example, when exhaling, become aware of your anxious thoughts and let them oat away. Focus on relaxing your jaw muscles, and you'll stop clenching your teeth. That, in turn, will defuse your internal hormonal stress response and cool your level of distress. What works: Mindful meditation „ just 10 minutes a day in the morning or at night „ can reset your internal tension regulation so that potentially upsetting thoughts or events roll o your back. Act to reclaim your sense that you can inuence your environment. That can come from volunteering in a community project that helps others with nancial challenges; spending time at your child's school; working in a community garden; or just reaching out to a neighbor who you know needs help with handling daily tasks. In the APA poll, 56 percent of folks felt somewhat or extremely anxious about the impact of politics on daily life. And 87 percent strongly or somewhat agree than gun violence was a public health threat. You can write letters, join protests, run for oce. "Do, don't stew," can become your motto. Make a plan: Write down three organizations doing activities that you would like to participate in. Give them a call or research online to nd out what volunteer opportunities they oer. Use physical activity to increase your body's resilience so that you feel more capable of handling whatever comes your way. When your body functions from strength, the feeling of condence it gives you is a huge benet. Get stronger. Dr. Oz oers this ve-step plan from tness trainer Todd Durkin: choose the right weights; know how many reps to do; if it hurts, don't do it/if you're tired, ght through it; work your muscles in the right order; and determine how often you should train. Print out the Beginner's Guide to Getting Strong one-sheet at Doctoroz.com (https://s.doctoroz. com/Getting-Strong-One-Sheet. jpg).DEAR ABBY: I am a 20-year-old college student. After attending a local community college for two years, I will be starting classes at a four-year school. I make excellent grades, but I struggle with organization. My mother has ADD, and I am certain that I also have it because I display all the symptoms. However, I have never been diagnosed. My mother purposely didn't have me diagnosed as a child because she didn't want me to feel like there was anything holding me back. Now that I'm an adult, I keep wondering if getting a diagnosis along with some mental and emotional support might help me to become more organized and successful in life. Any advice would be appreciated, along with any resources you might know of for people who have ADD or ADHD. „ Anonymous In The South DEAR ANONYMOUS: Because you feel that receiving a diagnosis would be helpful, it's time to be evaluated by a mental health professional. If your college has a student health center, that's the place to start. If not, contact the psychological association in your state about a referral to a therapist who specializes in patients with adult attention decit disorder. I wish you luck, because there is help for it. DEAR ABBY: When my wife shops for clothes, she often returns something for exchange or reimbursement. Recently she bought an article of clothing and it shrank after she washed it, so she returned it. To me that was inappropriate. I think after a garment is washed it belongs to the buyer, and a return is wrong. Or am I wrong? „ Returned In The East DEAR RETURNED: Personally, I agree with you „ unless the item was supposed to be shrinkresistant. However, because the retailer was willing to exchange it or reimburse your wife, it appears we are mistaken. Dear Readers: Cars and dogs and HOT SUMMER DAYS is a combination that will never add up. On a typical 85-degree summer day, the temperature inside a parked car can skyrocket to over 100 degrees in 10 minutes, and to over 120 degrees in 30 minutes. Shade and cracked windows oer no relief from the heat. Laws have been passed in many states that allow police and others to open your vehicle by any means necessary if there is a dog inside on a hot day. Your only choice is to leave your pet at home, if the alternative is for the animal to wait in a hot car. „ Heloise Dear Heloise: How do you make liquid for blowing bubbles? „ V.W., via email Mix together equal amounts of water and a mild dishwashing liquid. For a wand, dip in a ring from a canning jar. Use outside only, for no spills or stain worries. „ HeloiseThe importance of de-stressing your own stress response College student wants to become more organized Cooling a summer hot dogHints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

PAGE 41

Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). No one can change the truth, but the truth can change everyone. Its the light that brings plants up from mud. Its a curtain that opens to begin the show. You already know the truth, so you dont have to seek it, only accept it. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Dont be too quick to form an opinion today, because youre likely to change it after youve had some time to consider all of the dierent viewpoints. Your best thinking will happen in private, in silence and after the fact. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Obviously, writing, painting, acting and other artistic disciplines call on your powers of imagination. But not so obviously, so does love. You imagine the best in another person and project how you might exist together. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Who are all of these friends on your list, anyway? Are they buying tickets to the rae when youre fundraising? Do they show up to your birthday party? Have they ever even stepped a foot into your house? Its pruning time. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Youve a dierent image of yourself than the one currently being supported by your lifestyle. Reconcile the discrepancy. To make it match youll have to think dierently of yourself or do dierently as yourself. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Just because you were dropped into the environment doesnt make it your identity, but it does make it your challenge to gure it out. And gure it out you will, so long as you stick with it, resolving to handle all that comes. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Because youre consciously and actively trying to improve yourself, youll be analyzing the facts of your life a lot more than usual. Keep in mind that its not what you do but why you do it that matters most. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Someone who wont show you support is either withholding it or incapable of it. Either way, you deserve better communication. Thats a key part of healthy relationships. Dont settle in this regard. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). It would be boring if life were always this smooth, but for now, savor these good times. You can rest assured that however tough things might get, youre tougher. So for now, relax and have fun. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). There are many forms of knowing. The knowing that matters most to todays outcome doesnt center on hard facts; rather, it circles the imaginative and emotional realms, relying on the fuel of creativity. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Excessive amounts of time in solitude and an absence of social relationships are typically considered unhealthy. Alone time can also be healing. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Youre a magical thinker. You see the potential in things that others miss. Its especially interesting when the object of your projection misses it, too. But keep seeing. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (July 14). Once you marveled at how dicult it was to control your impulses and know your own secret agenda. This solar return comes as a welcome reprieve, because self-direction gets simple. You tell yourself what to do, and then you do it. Youre brilliant at both planning and executing, so youre the master of your destiny. Gemini and Sagittarius adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 3, 5, 35, 31 and 11. HOROSCOPE BLONDIE By Dean Young and John Marshall BORN LOSER By Art and Chip Sansom BABY BLUES By Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott MUTTS By Patrick McDonnell DOONSBURY By Garry Trudeau

PAGE 42

The Sun /Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 7 PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

PAGE 43

Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 FROM PAGE ONE ALMANACToday is Saturday, July 14 the 195th day of 2018. There are 170 days left in the year. Today in historyOn July 14, 1933 all German political parties, except the Nazi Party, were outlawed. On this dateIn 1789 in an event symbolizing the start of the French Revolution, citizens of Paris stormed the Bastille prison and released the seven prisoners inside. In 1798 Congress passed the Sedition Act, making it a federal crime to publish false, scandalous or malicious writing about the United States government. In 1881 outlaw William H. Bonney Jr., alias Billy the Kid,Ž was shot and killed by Sheriff Pat Garrett in Fort Sumner in present-day New Mexico. In 1914 scientist Robert H. Goddard received a U.S. patent for a liquid-fueled rocket apparatus. In 1945 Italy formally declared war on Japan, its former Axis partner during World WarII. In 1966 the city of Chicago awoke to the shocking news that eight student nurses had been brutally slain during the night in a South Side dormitory. Drifter Richard Speck was convicted of the mass killing and condemned to death, but had his sentence reduced to life in prison, where he died in 1991. In 1999 race-based school busing in Boston came to an end after 25 years. In 2004 the Senate scuttled a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. (Forty-eight senators voted to advance the measure „ 12 short of the 60 needed „ and 50 voted to block it). Todays birthdaysActress Nancy Olson is 90. Actor Vincent Pastore is 72. Rock musician Chris Cross (Ultravox) is 66. Actor Jerry Houser is 66. Actor-director Eric Laneuville is 66. Actor Stan Shaw is 66. Movie producer Scott Rudin is 60. Singer-guitarist Kyle Gass is 58. Actress Jane Lynch is 58. Actor Jackie Earle Haley is 57. Actor Matthew Fox is 52. Rock musician Ellen Reid (Crash Test Dummies) is 52. Rock singer-musician Tanya Donelly is 52. Actress Missy Gold is 48. Actor Scott Porter is 39. Rock singer Dan Smith (Bastille) is 32. Actress Sara Canning (TV: The Vampire DiariesŽ) is 31. Bible verseThe thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.Ž „ John 10:10 Jesus came to give us the very best in life. Remember that any others who seek to master your life will rob you of that blessing. WINDSOR, Vt. (AP) „ A Vermont state board plans to hear a mans request to change the name of Mount Ascutney because its a made-up name. Hartland resident Rob Hutchins says he recently discovered the name Ascutney is made up and the original name of the summit was Kaskadenak, which means wide mountainŽ in the Abenaki language. Hutchins tells Vermont Public Radio he always thought the mountains name was a Native American name but the current name doesnt actually have meaning. Koasek Traditional Band of the Sovereign Abenaki Nation Chief Paul Bunnell worked with Hutchins to help track down the proper spelling and pronunciation of Kaskadenak. The State of Vermont Board of Libraries has statutory authority to rename mountains and has scheduled a special hearing July 17 to consider the name change.ODD NEWS State board to consider changing mountains made-up namemore oil than the U.S.; by the end of the 1980s, Soviet output was nearly double that of the U.S. The last decade or so has seen a revolution in American energy production, however, led by techniques including hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and horizontal drilling. Those innovations „ and the breakup of the Soviet Union „ helped the U.S. narrow the gap. Last year, Russia produced more than 10.3 million barrels a day, Saudi Arabia pumped just under 10 million, and the U.S. came in under 9.4 million barrels a day, according to U.S. government “gures. The U.S. has been pumping more than 10 million barrels a day on average since February, and probably pumped about 10.9 million barrels a day in June, up from 10.8 million in May, the energy agency said Tuesday in its latest short-term outlook. According to the Energy Department, the U.S. edged ahead of Saudi Arabia in February and stayed there in March; both trailed Russia. Capuanos agency forecast that U.S. crude output will average 10.8 million barrels a day for all of 2018 and 11.8 million barrels a day in 2019. The current U.S. record for a full year is 9.6 million barrels a day in 1970. The trend of rising U.S. output prompted Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency, to predict this spring that the U.S. would leapfrog Russia and become the worlds largest producer by next year „ if not sooner. One potential obstacle for U.S. drillers is a bottleneck of pipeline capacity to ship oil from the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico to ports and re“neries. They are growing the production but they cant get it out of the area fast enough because of pipeline constraints,Ž said Jim Rittersbusch, a consultant to oil traders. Some analysts believe that Permian production could decline, or at least grow more slowly, in 2019 or 2020 as energy companies move from their best acreage to more marginal areas.OILFROM PAGE 1 The U.S. State Department in a statement strongly condemned this weeks attacks on political candidates and their supporters in Pakistan. These attacks are cowardly attempts to deprive the Pakistani people of their democratic rights,Ž it said. We will continue to stand with the people of Pakistan and the broader South Asia region in their “ght against terrorism.Ž Meanwhile, Sharif arrived in the eastern city of Lahore from London where he was visiting his ailing wife when a Pakistani court convicted him and his daughter of corruption. Sharifs son-in-law is currently serving his oneyear prison sentence on the same charge, which stems from the purchase of luxury apartments in Britain that the court said were bought with illegally acquired money. Ahead of his return, police swept through Lahore, arresting scores of Sharifs Pakistan Muslim League party workers to prevent them from greeting him at the airport. Barbed wire was strung across some roads leading to the Lahore airport on Friday and barricades were positioned at the roadside ready to close off main boulevards should crowds start to gather. In a video message Friday reportedly from aboard his aircraft en route to Pakistan, Sharif said he was returning knowing he would be taken directly to prison. Sharif has been banned from participating in politics, and his brother Shahbaz Sharif now heads his Pakistan Muslim League and is campaigning for re-election on July 25. In a televised appeal to supporters from London earlier this week, Sharif said he was not afraid of prison and asked people to vote for his party. He also used the opportunity to again criticize Pakistans powerful military, which has ruled the country directly or indirectly for most of its 71-year history, saying Pakistan now has a state above the state.Ž During his term in of“ce, Sharif criticized the militarys involvement in civilian affairs and its efforts in “ghting extremists. Pakistani and international rights groups have accused the military of seeking to maintain its in”uence in Pakistani politics by keeping Sharif out of power. The military denied the accusations saying their assistance in carrying out the elections was requested by Pakistans Election Commission. The army will deploy 350,000 security personnel to polling stations throughout the country on election day.VIOLENCEFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOPeople rush an injured person to a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan, on Friday.U.S. regulators Friday approved the “rst treatment for smallpox „ a deadly disease that was wiped out four decades ago „ in case the virus is used in a terror attack. Smallpox, which is highly contagious, was eradicated worldwide by 1980 after a huge vaccination campaign. But people born since then havent been vaccinated, and small samples of the smallpox virus were saved for research purposes, leaving the possibility it could be used as a biological weapon. Maker SIGA Technologies of New York has already delivered 2 million treatments that will be stockpiled by the government, which partially paid for the development of the drug, called TPOXX. To test the drugs effectiveness, monkeys and rabbits were infected with a similar virus and then given the drug. More than 90 percent survived, the company said. Its safety was tested in several hundred healthy volunteers, who were not infected with smallpox. Smallpox killed about 300 million people worldwide in the 20th century before its eradication. Symptoms include fever, fatigue and pus-“lled sores. Until now, doctors could only provide supportive care such as IV ”uids and fever remedies and isolate the patients. Vaccination can be used to prevent infection but it must be done within “ve days of exposure to the virus, well before symptoms appear. This new treatment affords us an additional option should smallpox ever be used as a bioweapon,Ž Dr. Scott Gottlieb, head of the Food and Drug Administration, said in a statement. The drug is a capsule, taken twice daily for 14 days. SIGA develops vaccines and medicines for biological, chemical, radiological and nuclear attacks. Chief Executive Phil Gomez said the company is developing an IV version and is exploring selling the drug to other countries and developing it to treat other infectious diseases, including monkeypox, which African monkeys can transmit to humans. Monkeypox can then spread among people, and has a mortality rate of about 15 percent.FDA OKs first drug to treat smallpoxBy LINDA A. JOHNSONAP MEDICAL WRITER AP PHOTOThis undated photo provided by SIGA shows capsules of the drugTPOXX.In the interview, Trump criticized Mays plan for Brexit and said it may cause a proposed U.K.U.S. trade deal to collapse. He questioned her competence just as her government is in turmoil from contentious negotiations on how Britain will leave the European Union. Well, I think the deal that she is striking is not what the people voted on,Ž Trump said in the interview. He also praised one of Mays political rivals, former foreign secretary Boris Johnson, who resigned from her government in protest this week. The president backed away from the comments on Friday, saying of Mays Brexit talks: Whatever youre going to do is OK with us. Just make sure we can trade together. Thats all that matters.Ž May, for her part, praised the strength of the BritishU.S. bond. But in a gentle rebuke, she said: It is all of our responsibility to ensure that trans-Atlantic unity endures.Ž As for her relationship with Trump, she said: We are friends.ŽBACKFLIPSFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOU.S. President Donald Trump, left, sits with British Prime Minister Theresa May, during their meeting at Chequers, in Buckinghamshire, England, on Friday. The Kremlin, meanwhile, denied anew that it tried to sway the election. The Russian state has never interfered and has no intention of interfering in the U.S. elections,Ž Putins foreign affairs adviser, Yuri Ushakov, said Friday. If the involvement of the of“cers in the Russian intelligence agency known as the GRU is proved, it would shatter the Kremlin denials of the Russian states involvement in the U.S. elections given that the GRU is part of the state machine. The indictment identi“es the defendants as of“cers with Russias Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff, also known as GRU. It accuses them, starting in March 2016, of covertly monitoring the computers of dozens of Democratic of“cials and volunteers, implanting malicious computer code known as malware to explore the networks and steal data and using phishing emails to gain access to accounts. One attempt at interference noted in the indictment came hours after Trump, in a July 27, 2016, speech, suggested Russians look for emails that Clinton said she had deleted from her tenure as secretary of state. By June 2016, the defendants began planning the release of tens of thousands of stolen emails and documents, the indictment alleges. The messages were released through “ctitious personas like DCLeaks and Guccifer 2.0. According to the indictment, Guccifer 2.0 received a request for stolen documents from an unidenti“ed congressional candidate and provided them, and sent pilfered materials on the Black Lives Matter movement to a journalist. On Aug. 15, the indictment says, Guccifer 2.0 reached out to someone in regular contact with the Trump campaign and asked the person if he or she had seen anything interesting in the docs I posted?Ž Guccifer 2.0 offered help.INDICTEDFROM PAGE 1

PAGE 44

Saturday, July 14, 2018 SPORTS www.yoursun.com www.Facebook.com/SuncoastSports € @SunCoastSportsINDEX | Lottery 2 | Golf 2 | Pro Baseball 2, 4 | Scoreboard 5 | Auto Racing 3 | World Cup 6 RAYS BLAKE SNELL AN ALL-STAR AFTER ALLSnell has been named a replacement for Clevelands Corey Kluber on the American League team. Page 2By SCHUYLER DIXONAssociated PressPLANO, Texas „ Walt Coleman doesnt see the revamped catch rule as a big change for NFL game officials because the veteran referee believes theyve already been calling catches the new way. If anything, Coleman figures there will be fewer reviews of their rulings. Most of the calls that seemed to create the most controversy, we ruled them correctly and then they were overturned on replay,Ž Coleman said Friday as officials gathered for their annual preseason meeting in the Dallas area. From our standpoint, were just going to continue to officiate the plays like we have.Ž League owners unanimously approved the changes in April „ more than three years after Dez Bryants infamous catch that wasnt in Dallas playoff loss at Green Bay, and just a few months since Pittsburghs Jesse James had a late go-ahead touchdown taken away in a loss to New England that damaged the Steelers hopes for the AFCs top seed. Essentially, the new rule eliminates the ground as a factor on catches while establishing three main criteria: „having control of the ball; „getting two feet down or another body part; „making a football move, such as taking a third step or extending the ball. On the plays involving Bryant and James, the ball moved slightly after hitting the ground as they extended it forward, even though they never lost control of it. Both were ruled catches and overturned on review. I dont think it was one thing,Ž senior vice president of officiating Al Riveron said. I think we got to a point where fans, the office, coaches, players, wanted to see more exciting plays. How do we make this particular play a catch? How do we take the Dez Bryant play and make it a catch?Ž Riveron said the competition committee consulted with coaches, former players, game officials and supervisors, among others, to reach the rule change that was approved. The committee cited overturned receptions by James and fellow tight end Zach Miller of Chicago last season among the dozens of plays they reviewed Heres the catch: refs thought they were right all alongNFL: Rules changes MLB: RaysHeres our Mount Rushmore of Rays The Mount Rushmore of Tampa Bay Rays baseball (from left): Evan Longoria, Carl Crawford, David Price and James Shields. [TIMES FILE]By Marc TopkinTampa Bay TimesThe first two choices for the Rays' Mount Rushmore are easy. They are the greatest players in 20 seasons of Devil Rays/Rays franchise history. They got there, though, in different ways.Evan LongoriaLongoria was a can'tmiss prospect as the No. 3 pick in the 2006 June draft, arrived in the The Buccaneers are really, really badNFL: BuccaneersBy Thomas BassingerTampa Bay TimesSo training camp is less than two weeks away, and you're beginning to feel hopeful. Why not the Buccaneers, right? To which Pro Football Focus might respond, "We'll tell you why not." The analysts at the website are not high on the revamped offensive line and think even less of the roster as a whole. Despite the offseason addition of center Ryan Jensen, the Bucs' unit ranks 22nd in PFF's preseason offensive line rankings. That's seven spots lower than it ranked at the end of last season. Here's PFF's explanation: "The signing of Ryan Jensen could pay big dividends for Tampa Bay as it not only adds a quality starter to the lineup (Jensen earned a 74.9 overall grade last year), but it also moves Ali Marpet back to his more natural guard position where he had a career year in 2016. The issue here is still left tackle Donovan Smith. Last season was the first in which he didn't allow 50-plus pressures and yet was still below average by allowing 42." AP PHOTO Even with the addition of center Ryan Jensen and the move of Ali Marpet back to guard, the Bucs have one of the NFL's weaker of fensive lines, according to Pro Football Focus. Roof drives lofty cost of proposed Ybor City ballparkMLB: RaysBy Richard DanielsonTampa Bay TimesTAMPA „ Nobody pretends that $892 million to build a baseball stadium is pocket change, not even the guy who owns the team. "Thats a large number, and its a shocking number when you see it," Tampa Bay Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg says of the projected cost, which the team revealed this week along with a design for an Ybor City ballpark thats meant to be comfortable and intimate. But, Sternberg adds, with the cost of a new football stadium and related development for the Los Angeles Rams topping $4 billion, and $1 billion going into a new San Francisco basketball arena for the Golden State Warriors, "this is whats going on out there." In Major League Baseball, the Rays estimated project cost „ which does not include the cost of buying the land or moving an electrical substation „ would put the team into one of the leagues most expensive ballparks, behind Yankee Stadium, which cost $2.7 billion in 2018 inflationadjusted dollars, Citi Field ($1 billion-plus) and Nationals Park ($908 million). "With these ballparks, people get a little sticker SEE BUCS, 3 SEE NFL, 3 SEE STADIUM, 3 SEE RAYS, 3

PAGE 45

Page 2 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, July 14, 2018 / The SunSaturday, July 14 AUTO RACING 2 p.m. FS2 „ FIA Formula E, Qatar Airways New York City e-Prix, Race 1, qualifying, at New York (same-day tape) 3:30 p.m. FOX „ FIA Formula E, Qatar Airways New York City e-Prix, Race 1, at New York 5 p.m. NBCSN „ IndyCar, Honda Indy Toronto, qualifying (same-day tape) 7:30 p.m. NBCSN „ NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Quaker State 400, at Sparta, Ky. BOXING 7 p.m. ESPN „ Regis Prograis vs. Juan Jose Velasco, junior welterweights, at New Orleans CYCLING 7:30 a.m. NBC „ Tour de France, Stage 8, from Dreux to Amiens Mtropole, France GOLF 10 a.m. GOLF „ European PGA Tour, Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open, third round, at Gullane, Scotland 12:30 p.m. NBC „ European PGA Tour, Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open, third round, at Gullane, Scotland 1 p.m. GOLF „ PGA Tour, John Deere Classic, third round, at Silvis, Ill. 3 p.m. CBS „ PGA Tour, John Deere Classic, third round, at Silvis, Ill. NBC „ American Century Celebrity Championship, second round, at Lake Tahoe, Nev. GOLF „ LPGA Tour, Marathon Classic, third round, at Sylvania, Ohio 4 p.m. FS1 „ USGA, U.S. Senior Womens Open, third round, at Wheaton, Ill. 5 p.m. GOLF „ Champions Tour, Constellation Senior Players Championship, third round, at Highland Park, Ill. 7 p.m. GOLF „ Web.com Tour, Utah Championship, third round, at Farmington, Utah MLB BASEBALL 1 p.m. MLB „ Toronto at Boston OR Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (12:30 p.m.) 4 p.m. MLB „ Arizona at Atlanta OR Washington at N.Y. Mets 7 p.m. FOX „ N.Y. Yankees at Cleveland, L.A. An g els at L.A. Dodgers or Texas at Baltimore 10 p.m. MLB „ Regional coverage, Chicago Cubs at San Diego OR Oakland at San Francisco MIXED MARTIAL ARTS 8 p.m. FS1 „ UFC, Fight Night, prelims, at Boise, Idaho 10 p.m. FS1 „ UFC, Fight Night, Junior Dos Santos vs. Blagoy Ivanov, at Boise, Idaho NBA BASKETBALL 4 p.m. NBA „ Summer League, Playoffs, second round, Detroit vs. Chicago, at Las Vegas 4:30 p.m. ESPN2 „ Summer League, Playoffs, second round, Cleveland vs. Houston, at Las Vegas 6 p.m. NBA „ Summer League, Playoffs, second round, Toronto vs. Charlotte, at Las Vegas 6:30 p.m. ESPN2 „ Summer League, Playoffs, second round, Miami vs. Boston, at Las Vegas 8:30 p.m. ESPN2 „ Summer League, Playoffs, second round, Philadelphia vs. Milwaukee, at Las Vegas 10:30 p.m. ESPN2 „ Summer League, Playoffs, second round, Memphis vs. Utah, at Las Vegas SOCCER 10 a.m. FOX „ FIFA World Cup, Belgium vs. England, at St. Petersburg, Russia 7 p.m. ESPNEWS „ NWSL, Orlando at Utah SOFTBALL Noon ESPN2 „ USA Softball International Cup, Japan vs. USA Blue, at Irvine, Calif. 4 p.m. ESPN „ USA Softball International Cup, Chinese Taipei vs. USA Red, at Irvine, Calif. SPECIALS 9 p.m. ESPN „ 2018 World Series of Poker, Main Event, at Las Vegas TENNIS 9 a.m. ESPN „ Wimbledon Championships, womens “ nal, at London 3 p.m. ABC „ Wimbledon Championships, womens “ nal, at London (same-day tape) TRACK & FIELD Noon NBCSN „ IAAF Diamond League, Meeting International Mohammed VI de Rabat, at Rabat, Morocco (taped) 2 p.m. NBCSN „ IAFF, World Cup, Day 1, at London Florida Lottery www.flalottery.comPICK 2July 13N .......................... 1-7 July 13D .......................... 8-7 July 12N .......................... 4-7 July 12D .......................... 2-0 July 11N .......................... 7-8 July 11D .......................... 3-9PICK 3July 13N ....................... 1-1-5 July 13D ....................... 5-0-6 July 12N ....................... 1-6-4 July 12D ....................... 2-9-4 July 11N ....................... 1-3-6 July 11D ....................... 6-3-3PICK 4 July 13N .................... 4-2-5-0 July 13D .................... 6-6-7-3 July 12N .................... 4-0-7-2 July 12D .................... 4-7-2-3 July 11N .................... 7-0-3-0 July 11D .................... 5-4-4-9PICK 5July 13N ................ 9-4-8-9-8 July 13D ................ 8-8-1-8-8 July 12N ................ 4-5-9-1-7 July 12D ................ 2-9-8-6-2 July 11N ................ 5-4-6-5-0 July 11D ................ 9-4-5-0-3 D-Day, N-NightFANTASY 5July 12 .......... 11-18-20-29-36 July 11 ............ 6-18-23-27-34 July 10 ............... 2-5-7-12-28 € € € PAYOFF for July 12 0 ...................... 5-digit winners 235 4-digit winners $555.00 7,536 3-digit winners $22.50CASH FOR LIFEJuly 12 ............ 1-20-28-48-56 Cash Ball ............................ 4 € € € PAYOFF FOR July 9 0 ............. 5-5 CB $1,000/Day 0 ................ 5-5 $1,000/Week 2 ...................... 4-5 CB $2,500 16 ............................ 4-5 $500LUCKY MONEYJuly 6 ................. 16-27-37-45 Lucky Ball ......................... 16 € € € PAYOFF FOR July 3 0 ........ 4-of-4 LB $1.5 Million 6 ..................... 4-of-4 $969.50 53 ............ 3-of-4 LB $240.50 819 .................. 3-of-4 $45.50 ESTIMATED JACKPOT $1.8 Million LOTTOJuly 11 ...... 1-19-29-43-49-52 € € € PAYOFF FOR July 11 0 6-digit winners $3 million 12 5-digit winners $6,032.00 681 ... 4-digit winners $80.00 ESTIMATED JACKPOT $3 millionPOWERBALLJuly 11 .......... 19-21-27-46-47 Powerball ........................... 7 € € € PAYOFF FOR July 7 0 ................5-5 + PB $80 Million 0 ...................... 5-5 $1 Million 1 .................4-5 + PB $50,000 23 ............................ 4-5 $100 ESTIMATED JACKPOT $90 MillionMEGA MILLIONSJuly 10 ............ 1-17-28-56-70 Mega Ball ......................... 14 € € € PAYOFF FOR July 10 0 .. 5 of 5 + MB $ 306 Million 0 ................. 5 of 5 $1 Million 1 .......... 4 of 5 + MB $10,000 41 ....................... 4 of 5 $500 ESTIMATED JACKPOT $340 MillionSPORTS ON TV MLB: RaysRays Blake Snell named to AL All-Star team after allBy Marc TopkinTampa Bay TimesRays LHP Blake Snell is going to the All-Star Game after all. Snell was named as a replacement for Cleveland's Corey Kluber on the American League team for Tuesday's game in an announcement by MLB. Snell certainly had a good case to be named to the original squad on Sunday, with a 12-4 record and 2.09 ERA that as the time was the lowest in the AL. But he was passed over, in what many observers considered the biggest snub of the year. Rays officials, teammates, TV analysts, other players and even some from outside baseball, such as ESPN basketball broadcaster Dick Vitale and Snell friend Odell Beckham Jr. of football fame, showed their support. Snell was basically a victim of the selection process. Five starters were voted in by the players, who cast their ballots three weeks previously when Snell, after losing to the Yankees, was a less eye-popping 8-4, 2.58, then went on a 4-0, 0.63 roll before losing Thursday to the Twins. Those choices, though, were hard to quibble with: Justin Verlander (Astros), Luis Severino (Yankees), Gerrit Cole (Astros), Chris Sale (Red Sox) and Kluber. Two more starters were named by MLB among its five picks from teams that had no other selections and had to be represented: Jose Berrios of the Twins and J.A. Happ of the Blue Jays. Then when Verlander made it known he wouldn't be available to pitch, MLB named Cleveland's Trevor Bauer to replace him rather than Snell. Snell said he was disappointed at the time but buoyed by the support. He will go to Washington with C Wilson Ramos, who was voted the AL starter, and manager Kevin Cash, who was selected as a coach. This will be the ninth straight year the Rays have had a pitcher named an All-Star. Only the Yankees have a longer current streak in the AL. Snell never seems to get visibly excited about much, but it was clear how much being added to the team meant to him. This is awesome,Ž he said. It was a childhood dream. Somethin g Ive looked forward to for a long time. To be able to do it and say I did it, no one can take that away from me. Thats whats cool about it.Ž Manager Kevin Cash got the news this morning and called Snell to tell him, and then he called to share the news with his dad. Teammates started sending their congratulations after seeing it on Twitter shortly before the announcement.MONICA HERNDON | TIMESRays pitcher Blake Snell said the outpouring of support after his All-Star snub was overwhelming.Ž Associated PressSILVIS, Illinois „ Michael Kim took a four-shot lead Friday at the John Deere Classic in the Quad Cities, which was suspended twice because of weather concerns. Kim, who is winless in 84 career PGA Tour starts, was 16 under through 35 holes, with the second round to be completed Saturday morning. Kim birdied eight of his first 14 holes without a bogey to race past first-round leader Steve Wheatcroft, who shot 68. Wheatcroft was 12 under along with David Hearn (64) and Johnson Wagner (66). Francesco Molinari was 11 under along with Matt Jones and Bronson Burgoon, who made two eagles on Friday and was 8 under for the round with three holes to play. The 24-year-old Kim, a former standout at Cal, Kim, pushed his lead to three shots by hitting a wedge from 111 yards to within 5 feet for birdie on the par-4 13th. Kim, who had missed the cut in 14 of 22 starts this season, followed that up with a 13-footer for birdie on the par-4 14th. Hearn has had an upand-down year, missing eight cuts. But his irons have been dialed in at TPC Deere Run. He birdied three of the four par-3s on Friday. I think I just have good feelings around this golf course. Ive always enjoyed playing it. I am putting the ball in play off the tee, which isnt as hard here as some of the other golf courses we play. But when I am doing that, Im giving myself good chances for birdie,Ž Hearn said. The putter has been hot.Ž Wheatcroft, who led on Thursday after the best round of his career, made three bogeys on his back nine. But hes still in position for his first top-10 finish of the season. Just need to tighten things up a little bit, and hopefully a good night of rest and get hydrated here and well come back out (Saturday),Ž Wheatcroft said. Molinari got his first official PGA Tour win two weeks ago at the Quicken Loans National outside Washington, and the Italian continued his strong play at TPC Deere Run with rounds of 6-under and 5-under. Renowned for his ball-striking, Molinari hit 12 of 14 fairways and 14 of 18 greens in regulation both Thursday and Friday. Im happy, yeah. The game is still there. I think I can hit my irons a little bit better, especially the wedges. (Thursday) and (Friday have) been OK, but not great, so there is room for improvement,Ž Molinari said. Local favorite Zach Johnson, who won at the Quad Cities in 2012 and has seven top-5 finishes at TPC Deere Run, shot a 70 to move to 3-under, just inside the projected cut line. Fridays round was delayed by nearly an hour because of poor weather. It was resumed and then called because of another batch of storms that descended on the area.GOLF: John Deere ClassicKim takes 4-shot lead at weather-delayed classic AP PHOTOMichael Kim tees off on the ninth hole during the first-round of the John Deere Classic on Thursday in Silvis, Ill. Staff ReportThe Charlotte Stone Crabs' late rally fell just short Friday night, losing 3-2 to the Jupiter Hammerheads on the road. Jupiter (48-42) struck first in the bottom of the second inning with a solo home run from James Nelson off starting Stone Crabs pitcher Blake Bivens (5-3). Charlotte (45-44) answered in the next half inning with a twoout RBI-double from shortstop Lucius Fox, which scored second baseman Tristan Gray from second. Gray went 2 for 3 on the night with two runs scored. After Bivens held them scoreless in the fourth, he couldn't hold them at bay in the fifth, giving up two runs on a two-RBI single from James Nelson scoring Milton Smith Jr. from third and Aaron Knapp from second. Bivens went six innings and gave up two earned runs on six hits with two strikeouts. Reece Karalus and J.D. Busfield each pitched an inning in relief. Charlotte attempted a surge late in the game, but it fizzled. Gray scored his second run of the night on a sacrifice flyball from Fox to cut the deficit to one, but the Stone Crabs were unable to complete the comeback in the top of the ninth as catcher Rene Pinto hit into a unassisted double play to end the game.MILB: Hammerheads 3, Stone Crabs 2Late rally falls short for Stone Crabs

PAGE 46

The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com SP Page 3 Associated PressSPARTA, Ky. „ Ben Rhodes raced to his second career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win in front of his home state fans at Kentucky Speedway on Thursday night. The Louisville native opted for only fuel on the final pit stop. The gamble paid off as he took the lead out of pit road with 24 laps remaining and then steadily pulled away from Stewart Friesen. I still dont have any words,Ž said Rhodes, who led for 38 of the 150 laps. This is amazing; a dream come true. This has been such a long time coming. These guys deserved it so much. Theyve been working their butts off and weve been having such bad luck this year. Weve had trucks like this all year long, finally we could showcase it. Im so proud of this team. This is exactly what we needed.Ž Friesens team was forced to change engines prior to the race and came from the rear of the field to finish second „ tying a career best „ just under a second behind Rhodes. We had an engine problem during time trials and the whole team stepped in,Ž he said. It was awesome. We had less than an hour to go to swap em out and we had a good finish. We led some laps. Didnt get off the way we needed to on pit road at the end and it was the difference of about 100 yards and a lot of clean air. Proud of the guys, but I made a little mistake there and it cost us.Ž Matt Crafton, Brandon Jones and John Hunter Nemechek rounded out the Top 5. Rhodes surged ahead of pole-sitter Noah Gragson to win Stage 1. Gragson retook the lead and won Stage 2. He led 62 of the first 73 laps but after his Stage 2 win he came out of pit road in 13th place and finished eighth. Traffic was a huge factor. You would lose so much momentum on the lapped cars and you had to be so careful. But our truck just stayed really consistent. That was just such a fun race,Ž Rhodes said. Rhodes wins in front of home state fans at KentuckyNASCAR: Camping World Truck SeriesAP PHOTOBen Rhodes celebrates after winning the NASCAR Truck Series auto race Thursday at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Ky. Associated PressTORONTO „ It has been nearly 10 years since Paul Godfrey brokered a deal to secure $2 million in provincial and municipal subsidies to help bring Torontos IndyCar race back from the dead. Fans, however, have been lukewarm about the race since it returned to the city in 2009 after a oneyear hiatus. The race routinely attracted more than 70,000 people and about 170,000 over the course of three days during the 1990s and early 2000s, but the turnout figures to be far lower this weekend for the Honda Indy. Godfrey, president and CEO of the Postmedia Network, feels the race has somewhat lost its charmŽ in the years since he and seven-time Toronto Indy champion Michael Andretti helped secure funding to revive it after it was given the ax because of scheduling issues when the two rival open-wheel racing series reunited in 2008. The buzz that was there a few years ago has not gotten back to the same levels its been at in the past,Ž Godfrey told the Canadian Press. I know Honda is trying their best to get that to happen and hopefully it will. Because its a great sport and its a great event, and Id love to see it get back to the excitement of yesteryear.Ž Godfrey „ who was the chairman of the Indys board of trustees when it was sponsored by Molson from 1986 to 2006 and for a year after the beer company dropped its support „ said he and his colleagues would try to create anticipation nearly a year in advance and would focus on local charity events. He said he doesnt see the same strategy from current owners Green Savoree. Im not being critical of them. I think they had their own charity, and thats fine, but I think it did take away from some the excitement that took place,Ž Godfrey said. Godfrey refereed to Molson as outstanding corporate citizens,Ž while describing Green Savoree as a very bottom-lineoriented group.Ž They spent a lot of money on the race, but they also spent a lot of money as well on the events surrounding the race that created sort of the focus of attention,Ž Godfrey said of Molson. Jeff Atkinson, president of the Honda Indy, said the race has grown over the past two years since he took on the role, adding that hes expecting a three-day turnout of well overŽ 125,000. Weve been very pleased with where ticket sales are at,Ž he said. I think Toronto has very much embraced the event.Ž He added that under his watch the Indy has increased the types of charitable events that were seen during Godfreys time, such as the donation of tickets, and a ramped up Fan Friday, which allows people to attend for free in exchange for a voluntary contribution to the MakeA-Wish foundation. Atkinson added that the Indy also is expecting a boost because of a good weekend weather forecast and three Canadian contenders „ James Hinchcliffe, Robert Wickens and Zachary Claman De Melo. I think the fans have a lot to cheer for,Ž he said. The Honda Indy certainl y isnt the only race with attendance concerns. Former Canadian IndyCar star Paul Tracy has a theory on fading fan support at races across the continent. The two-time Toronto Indy winner said race owners dont seem to prioritize fan interest and are instead intent on getting corporate support. They dont seem to be overly concerned about empty stands as long as they sell out the corporate suites,Ž he said this week.AP PHOTOJames Hinchcliffe passes in front of Princes Gate during the first practice session for the Toronto Indy IndyCar auto race in Toronto, on Friday.INDYCAR dozens of times,Ž according to committee chairman Rick McKay, president of the Atlanta Falcons. Ron Torbert, going into his fifth season as a referee and ninth overall as a game official, doesnt think the new rule is just about simplicity. We had a good idea of what it was and how to officiate it,Ž Torbert said. We certainly understand that the way it was written, plays that people wanted to be a catch werent a catch under the older rule. We understand that.Ž And while game officials are hesitant to share opinions on anything related to their role, they can see where fans sit with the catch rule. I think fans will like it more because weve got some of the greatest athletes in the world who can do things that no one else can do,Ž Torbert said. To be able to see them rewarded with a catch when under the old rule, it may not have been a catch, I think from that standpoint the fans will enjoy the game more.ŽNFLFrom Page 1 majors by early April 2008 and immediately became a lineup cornerstone, earning an AL Rookie of the Year award, three All-Star selections, six top-20 AL MVP finishes, three Gold Gloves.Carl CrawfordCrawford was a 1999 second round pick who was a tremendous athlete but had to work really hard at becoming a great baseball player, which he did, earning four All-Star selections and a Gold Glove plus the label as the Rays most exciting player, at least this side of Kevin Kiermaier. From there, under our rules for selection (meaning no Joe Maddon), this gets a little trickier.David PriceFast-tracked for stardom as the top pick of the 2007 draft, Price started delivering by September 2008. During parts of seven seasons he made four All-Star teams, won the biggest individual award of any Ray with the 2012 AL Cy Young (and still is their only 20-game winner) and got arguably the biggest out in franchise history in the 2008 ALCS clincher.James ShieldsBy the numbers, especially WAR, the final spot should go to INF/ OF Ben Zobrist, who played so well for parts of nine seasons, earning two All-Star selections and three top-20 AL MVP finishes, and created the now baseball-wide model for being a super utility player at a high level. But Shields, who has lesser statistics but a larger footprint in the organization's success, deserves the honor. He not only pitched very well during his seven seasons (with more wins than Price, 87-82), but he created the template from which so much of the Rays great pitched has been developed, based on hard work, relentless drive and the simple slogan passed down from his father and then passed on: "If you don't like it, pitch better.''RAYSFrom Page 1 PFF has been critical of Smith since his rookie season in 2015. PFF ranked him 73rd out of 76 qualifying offensive tackles in 2015, 70th out of 76 in 2016 and 73rd out of 83 last season. As for the overall roster, PFF recently ranked it as the sixth worst in the NFL. Only the Giants, Jets, Colts, Texans and Browns were ranked lower. In PFF's view, only two players „ Gerald McCoy and Lavonte David „ earned "elite" grades last season. Of the other 20 projected starters, seven earned "good/high quality" grades (Jameis Winston, Cameron Brate, Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson, Demar Dotson, Vinny Curry and Brent Grimes). The team's biggest strength, according to PFF, is McCoy. "Gerald McCoy continued to be a one-man wrecking crew on the Buccaneers' defensive front and ended 2017 with 47 quarterback pressures, the 10th most among all interior defensive linemen. McCoy now has six straight seasons of 40 or more pressures, which is tied for the longest active streak in the league among interior defenders." Its biggest weakness? Once again, PFF hammered Smith. "On an offensive line that has one of the better right tackles in the league in Demar Dotson, the left tackle spot is a relatively weak link for Tampa Bay. Donovan Smith ended the 2017 campaign with a 51.9 grade after he allowed a whopping 42 quarterback pressures in 658 passblocking snaps." The Falcons have the highest-ranked roster in the NFC South, followed by the Saints and the Panthers. The Super Bowl champion Eagles have the highest-ranked roster in the NFL. Dismiss the rankings if you'd like, but consider Red's advice to Andy Dufresne in The Shawshank Redemption: "Hope? Let me tell you something, my friend. Hope is a dangerous thing. Hope can drive a man insane."BUCSFrom Page 1 shock, but 10 years ago, we were talking about something in the $450 million to $500 million range," Sternberg said, referring to the waterfront stadium with a sail-like cover that the Rays had proposed unsuccessfully in St. Petersburg. "And when you take that and grow it at 4, 5, 6 percent a year," he said, "you get to where we are now." Along with time, Rays executives say other factors figure into their budget. One is labor. With construction booming, it is increasingly scarce „ and expensive. And, they acknowledge, the Trump administrations tariffs on steel will make materials more expensive. But an especially big driver of the cost, they say, is the roof.The cost of game certaintyAt nearly $245 million, the roof would account for about 30 percent of the construction budget for the proposed Ybor ballpark. That is close to the difference between the Rays proposal and the Atlanta Braves no-roof SunTrust Park, which opened last year after construction that, adjusted for inflation, cost more than $642 million. Given the bay areas near-daily summer thunderstorms, a roof was essential for fan comfort and what the Rays call "game certainty," or the assurance that if you buy a ticket, the game wont get rained out. In surveys of and focus groups with fans during two years of planning, those two priorities were the biggest demands. A stadium without a roof could cost closer to $600 million, Sternberg said, but "it wont be air-conditioned. It wont be comfortable." The Rays considered a roof they could open, but designers said the site isnt big enough to accommodate one, plus it wouldnt be used that often and would be even more expensive to operate and maintain that what they did propose: a translucent roof made from a synthetic fluoropolymer known as polytetrafluoroethylene, or PTFE. (The team looked at using other transparent materials to let more sunlight through as well as the use of grow lamps in the hope of having a grass playing surface. But even in the best case, they would have had to replace the turf at least four times a season.) Still, the cost of the roof surprised even Hillsborough County Commissioner Ken Hagan, who has been the elected official most involved in the effort to bring the Rays to Tampa. "I was under the impression that by having a fixed roof the number would be much, much lower," he said. Architects with Populous, the company that designed the ballpark, say theres more that goes into the roof, even one that doesnt move, than just the PTFE fabric covering. Theres also the structural steel to hold it up, the cost of erecting that structure, special deep foundations and columns to support the roof that are separate from the ballpark itself, plus a winged-shaped hard canopy that will shade the seats, the costs of airconditioning the building (because it wouldnt be air-conditioned without the roof), and $2.1 million in solar cells that will be part of the roof. And theres the cost of the large glass sections between the ballpark structure and the roof. Those will be able to be opened, allowing a breeze in on nice days, but they wouldnt be part of the project at all if it didnt have the roof. Moreover, adding air conditioning to the building requires an electrical system with more capacity, and adds expense related to handling rain that falls on the structure. "Theres a lot of other ballpark elements that are in this cost," Populous project manager Pat Tangen said. "Its not just the roof that you see." The roof raises the estimated cost of the ballpark itself to $809 million. But theres more „ specifically, about $83 million in infrastructure costs that could include: € road improvements, storm drainage pipes and other utilities around the stadium; € environmental cleanup of the site; € an elevated walkway over Adamo Drive; € and a 1,000-space parking garage on the west side of Channelside Drive, a former industrial plot of land known, in a quirk of local spelling, as the Gas Worx property.STADIUMFrom Page 1 Fan support has dwindled at Toronto race

PAGE 47

Page 4 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, July 14, 2018 / The SunAMERICANLEAGUENATIONALLEAGUEEASTDIVISION TEAMWLPCT.GBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY Boston6630.688„„9-1L-132-1334-17 NewYork6132.6563„6-4L-133-1328-19 TampaBay4845.5161696-4L-126-1722-28 Toronto4350.46221144-6W-124-2519-25 Baltimore2669.27439322-8L-314-3312-36 CENTRALDIVISION TEAMWLPCTGBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY Cleveland5142.548„„5-5W-130-1821-24 Minnesota4249.4628147-3W-227-2115-28 Detroit4056.41712192-8L-525-2315-33 Chicago3161.33719263-7W-117-2814-33 KansasCity2666.28324311-9L-111-3515-31 WESTDIVISION TEAMWLPCTGBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY Houston6334.649„„7-3W-131-2032-14 Seattle5836.6173„5-5L-131-1727-19 Oakland5341.564857-3W-224-2129-20 LosAngeles4846.51113105-5W-124-2324-23 Texas4154.43221173-7W-119-2822-26 EASTDIVISION TEAMWLPCT.GBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY Philadelphia5340.570„„7-3W-230-1623-24 Atlanta5141.5541„3-7L-124-1927-22 Washington4747.500655-5L-122-2425-23 NewYork3854.41314135-5W-118-3120-23 Miami3957.40615144-6L-121-2818-29 CENTRALDIVISION TEAMWLPCT.GBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY Milwaukee5540.579„„5-5L-330-1825-22 Chicago5238.578„7-3L-128-1524-23 St.Louis4744.516635-5L-123-2224-22 Pittsburgh4549.479975-5W-326-2419-25 Cincinnati4152.44113106-4L-121-2620-26 WESTDIVISION TEAMWLPCT.GBWCGBL10STRHOME AWAY LosAngeles5142.548„„7-3W-226-2325-19 Arizona5243.547„5-5W-126-2326-20 Colorado4845.516337-3W-220-2328-22 SanFrancisco4946.516334-6W-130-1719-29 SanDiego4056.41712133-7L-220-2820-28 MAJORLEAGUEBASEBALLPHILLIES2,MARLINS0 P HILADELPHIAABRHBIBBSOAVG. Hernandez2b301011.270 Hoskinslf300011.252 Ploufferf300002.250 Herreracf100001.276 S antana1b401000.214 Kingeryss411001.233 A lfaroc401002.253 Franco3b411100.272 A ltherrcf-rf402102.176 A rrietap200002.167 b-Williamsph100000.251 A ranop000000--d -Knappph101000.232 Neshekp000000--T OTALS34282212 M IAMIABRHBIBBSOAVG C astro2b400000.293 A ndersonrf400000.285 Realmutoc400001.312 Bour1b101020.238 Prado3b300000.217 C ooperlf300001.222 Riddless300001.266 Maybincf101020.235 C henp100000.136 a -Dietrichph101000.288 G uerrap000000--c -Rojasph100001.256 Z ieglerp000000--T OTALS2603044 P HILADELPHIA010000001 „280 M IAMI000000000 „030 a -doubledforCheninthe6th.b-”iedoutfor A rrietainthe8th.c-struckoutforGuerra i nthe8th.d-singled,outat2ndforArano i nthe9th. LOB„Philadelphia7,Miami3.2B„Altherr ( 8),Dietrich(18).HR„Franco(13),off Z iegler.RBIs„Franco(46),Altherr(33). Runnersleftinscoringposition„ Philadelphia3(Santana,Arrieta2)Miami1 ( Castro).RISP„Philadelphia1for4Miami0 f or1. G IDP„Prado2. DP„Philadelphia2(Kingery,Hernandez, S antana),(Franco,Hernandez,Santana). P HILADELPHIAIPHRERBBSONPERA A rrieta,W,7-673 003395 3.23 A rano,H,510 001120 2.38 Neshek,S,1-110 000013 0.00 M IAMIIPHRERBBSONPERA C hen,L,2-765 111890 5.75 G uerra20 001438 2.08 Z iegler13 110011 4.50 W P„Guerra. Umpires„Home,SeanBarberFirst,Eric C ooperSecond,ToddTichenorThird,Gary C ederstrom. T „2:34.A„8,090(36,742).RANGERS5,ORIOLES4 T EXASABRHBIBBSOAVG. C hoodh501003.289 A ndrusss310010.254 Mazararf402100.272 Beltre3b401000.288 O dor2b300001.239 G uzman1b400002.252 C hirinosc411001.207 G allolf321110.188 T occicf201000.086 a -Ruaph111300.189 DeShieldscf100001.212 T OTALS3458528 B ALTIMOREABRHBIBBSOAVG. Beckham3b500003.204 S choop2b502000.227 Machadoss300010.313 J onescf411000.275 T rumbodh412000.254 V alenciarf311101.250 Davis1b311010.158 Mancinilf300002.218 J osephc402301.208 1-Petersonpr000000.197 T OTALS3449427 T EXAS000010400 „580 B ALTIMORE000010300 „491 a -homeredforTocciinthe7th. 1-ranforJosephinthe9th. E„Beckham(7).LOB„Texas5,Baltimore 7 .2B„Mazara(16),Jones(25),Joseph(9). HR„Gallo(22),offCobbRua(5),offScott. RBIs„Mazara(58),Gallo(51),Rua3(10), V alencia(27),Joseph3(7).SB„Davis(1), Peterson(9).SF„Valencia. Runnersleftinscoringposition„Texas2 ( Beltre,Chirinos)Baltimore5(Beckham, S choop,Davis2,Joseph).RISP„Texas1for5 Baltimore2for10. Runnersmovedup„Trumbo.GIDP„Andrus, Beltre,Machado. DP„Texas1(Odor,Andrus,Guzman) Baltimore2(Cobb,Schoop,Davis),(Schoop, Machado,Davis). T EXASIPHRERBBSONPERA Hamels,W,5-86.15 441381 4.36 Leclerc,H,11.21 000217 2.18 C havez,H,3.22001119 3.58 Diekman,H,12.10 00004 3.31 Kela,S,23-2311 000115 3.27 B ALTIMOREIPHRERBBSONPERA C obb,L,2-126.16 220395 6.41 S cott.12 332121 6.84 Marinez.10 00002 3.86 Fry10000215 1.23 G ivens10000214 4.40 Inheritedrunners-scored„Leclerc3-3, Diekman3-0,Scott1-1,Marinez1-0.HBP„ C obb(Odor),Hamels(Mancini). Umpires„Home,BillWelkeFirst,Andy FletcherSecond,CoryBlaserThird,Lance Barrett. T „3:08.A„17,348(45,971).PIRATES7,BREWERS3 M ILWAUKEEABRHBIBBSOAVG. T hamesrf100001.250 a -Perezph-rf302101.250 C aincf401000.294 Y elichlf400002.285 A guilar1b400002.302 S haw3b411100.241 V illar2b402000.264 S aladinoss412001.292 Nottinghamc300012.176 G uerrap100001.000 W oodruffp111100.286 b-Millerph100000.257 Barnesp000000--c -Broxtonph100000.162 T OTALS35393110 P ITTSBURGHABRHBIBBSOAVG. Dickersonlf412001.308 Martecf411001.284 Polancorf311200.234 C rickp000000--C ervellic310011.243 Moran3b423100.266 Bell1b414200.259 Harrison2b300010.259 Mercerss401102.253 Kinghamp300002.063 S antanap000000--Meadowsrf100000.298 T OTALS33712627 M ILWAUKEE001001100 „392 P ITTSBURGH30210001X„7120 a -singledforThamesinthe3rd.b-grounded o utforWoodruffinthe8th.c-groundedout f orBarnesinthe9th. E„Cain(3),Nottingham(2).LOB„ Milwaukee6 Pittsbur g h5.2B„Dickerson 2(21),Bell(20),Mercer(22).3B„Bell (4).HR„Woodruff(1),offKinghamShaw (17),offKinghamPolanco(14),offGuerra. RBIs„Shaw(54),Perez(22),Woodruff(1), Polanco2(49),Moran(37),Bell2(44), Mercer(31).SB„Villar(14),Saladino(2), Marte(24).SF„Polanco. Runnersleftinscoringposition„Milwaukee 3(Aguilar,Broxton2)Pittsburgh5(Marte, Harrison,Kingham2,Meadows).RISP„ Milwaukee1for7Pittsburgh4for10. GIDP„Cain,Harrison. DP„Milwaukee1(Saladino,Villar,Aguilar) Pittsburgh1(Mercer,Harrison,Bell). MILWAUKEEIPHRERBBSONPERA Guerra,L,6-649 662486 3.23 Woodruff31 000334 4.44 Barnes12 110013 3.65 PITTSBURGHIPHRERBBSONPERA Kingham,W,4-46.15 331995 4.26 Santana,H,111.12 000017 3.21 Crick,S,2-21.12 000120 2.04 Inheritedrunners-scored„Santana1-0, Crick2-0. Umpires„Home,KerwinDanleyFirst,Carlos TorresSecond,PaulNauertThird,Scott Barry. T„2:48.A„21,431(38,362).METS4,NATIONALS2WASHINGTONABRHBIBBSOAVG. Eatonrf502001.320 Sotolf401002.306 Rendon3b401000.284 Harpercf401001.214 Adams1b211121.284 Murphy2b200020.250 Wietersc400001.213 Roarkp111000.182 a-Goodwinph100000.194 Millerp000000--Gracep000000.000 Kelleyp000000.000 c-Turnerph100000.268 Difoss401100.248 TOTALS3228246 NEWYORKABRHBIBBSOAVG. Nimmorf-cf513002.261 Cabrera2b311021.283 Bautista3b-rf401101.219 Confortolf311011.217 Flores1b301100.268 Mesoracoc401101.224 denDekkercf300002.000 Lugop000000.091 b-Kellyph100001.000 Gsellmanp000000.000 Rosarioss412000.249 Syndergaardp201101.125 Reyes3b200001.162 TOTALS344114311 WASHINGTON001000010 „280 NEWYORK31000000X„4110 a-linedoutforRoarkinthe6th.b-struck outforLugointhe7th.c-”iedoutforKelley inthe9th. LOB„Washington8,NewYork10.2B„Difo (9),Rosario(16).3B„Roark(1),Rosario(5). HR„Adams(14),offGsellman.RBIs„Adams (37),Difo(24),Bautista(26),Flores(30), Mesoraco(22),Syndergaard(3).SB„Eaton (2),Rosario(6).SF„Flores.S„Roark. Runnersleftinscoringposition„Washington 4(Harper,Difo3)NewYork4(Bautista2, Conforto,Kelly).RISP„Washington1for12 NewYork3for12. Runnersmovedup„Cabrera,Flores.LIDP„ Rendon.GIDP„Harper. DP„NewYork2(Cabrera),(Rosario, Cabrera,Flores). WASHINGTONIPHRERBBSONPERA Roark,L,3-1258 442587 4.87 Miller11 001225 3.58 Grace11000213 2.88 Kelley11 000221 2.54 NEWYORKIPHRERBBSONPERA Syndrgrd,W,5-157 112375 2.97 Lugo,H,620 002336 2.65 Gsellman,S,4-1021 110026 4.31 Umpires„Home,JohnLibkaFirst,Alan PorterSecond,MarvinHudsonThird,Bill Miller. T„2:53.A„26,558(41,922).DIAMONDBACKS2,BRAVES1ARIZONAABRHBIBBSOAVG. Jaycf-rf401100.280 Goldschmidt1b401001.284 Peraltalf400002.286 SouzaJr.rf402001.194 Bradleyp000000--Boxbergerp000000--Lamb3b400003.229 Descalso2b210010.257 Hiranop000000--Pollockcf100000.285 Ahmedss402102.233 Avilac311011.149 Godleyp100000.094 a-Marteph-2b100001.240 TOTALS32272211 ATLANTAABRHBIBBSOAVG. Inciartecf400000.243 Albies2b400002.285 F.Freeman1b412001.315 Markakisrf402001.324 Suzukic401101.274 Camargo3b300002.249 Winklerp000000.000 Biddlep0000001.000 Jacksonp000000.000 b-Tuckerph100001.248 Acunalf301011.261 Swansonss300011.245 Sanchezp100001.000 S.Freemanp000000.000 Culberson3b100001.267 TOTALS32161212 ARIZONA000001100 „270 ATLANTA100000000 „161 a-struckoutforGodleyinthe7th.b-struck outforJacksoninthe9th. E„Inciarte(3).LOB„Arizona6,Atlanta7. 2B„SouzaJr.(4),Ahmed(20),Avila(2), Acuna(11).RBIs„Jay(29),Ahmed(38), Suzuki(32).S„Godley,Sanchez. Runnersleftinscoringposition„Arizona2 (Jay,SouzaJr.)Atlanta4(Inciarte,Albies, Camargo2).RISP„Arizona2for7Atlanta1 for9. Runnersmovedup„Swanson,Inciarte. ARIZONAIPHRERBBSONPERA Godley,W,11-665 111795 4.61 Hirano,H,2110 001118 2.20 Bradley,H,2511 000120 1.99 Bxbergr,S,23-2710 000314 3.15 ATLANTAIPHRERBBSONPERA Sanchez65 110686 2.60 S.Freeman,L,2-5.10 111112 5.06 Winkler11 001121 2.84 Biddle.21 000112 2.36 Jackson10 000213 3.07 Inheritedrunners-scored„Winkler1-1.WP„ Godley,Winkler. Umpires„Home,TomHallionFirst,Mike EstabrookSecond,PhilCuzziThird,Dan Bellino. T„3:05.A„42,130(41,149).INDIANS6,YANKEES5NEWYORKABRHBIBBSOAVG. Gardnerlf300200.254 Judgedh300001.277 Hickscf300013.252 Stantonrf411100.275 Bird1b412000.220 1-Frazierpr000000.265 Andujar3b311010.283 Walker2b311111.196 Higashiokac300001.185 b-Gregoriusph100000.260 Wadess312001.188 TOTALS3057437 CLEVELANDABRHBIBBSOAVG. Lindorss321021.297 Brantleylf412210.308 Ramirez3b312210.299 Encarnaciondh200022.227 Alonso1b401103.258 Kipnis2b400001.217 Naquinrf311001.275 a-Guyerph-rf100000.162 Gomesc411102.251 G.Allencf400001.204 TOTALS32686611 NEWYORK000030011„570 CLEVELAND13002000X „680 a-groundedoutforNaquininthe7th.bpoppedoutforHigashiokainthe9th. 1-ranforBirdinthe9th. LOB„NewYork3,Cleveland8.2B„Bird(8), Walker(8),Wade(4),Lindor(30),Brantley (25),Gomes(17).3B„Ramirez(2).HR„ Stanton(23),offC.Allen.RBIs„Gardner2 (33),Stanton(55),Walker(18),Brantley2 (54),Ramirez2(69),Alonso(53),Gomes (31).SB„Lindor(13).CS„Judge(3). SF„Gardner. Runnersleftinscoringposition„NewYork1 (Judge)Cleveland6(Brantley,Encarnacion, Alonso,Gomes2,Guyer).RISP„NewYork2 for5Cleveland2for14. Runnersmovedup„Gardner,Ramirez, G.Allen,Naquin.GIDP„Stanton,Andujar. DP„Cleveland3(Lindor,Kipnis,Alonso), (Gomes,Lindor),(Lindor,Kipnis,Alonso). NEWYORKIPHRERBBSONPERA German,L,2-545 664691 5.49 Holder21 001226 1.85 Shreve22001343 4.54 CLEVELANDIPHRERBBSONPERA Bieber,W,5-175 432699 3.53 Perez,H,8.1000006 0.73 Ramirez,H,10.20 000111 3.20 C.Allen,S,19-2012 111013 4.78 Germanpitchedto2battersinthe5th. Bieberpitchedto1batterinthe8th. Inheritedrunners-scored„Holder1-1,Perez 1-1.HBP„Ramirez(Judge).WP„German, Bieber.PB„Gomes(5). Umpires„Home,GabeMoralesFirst,Ed HickoxSecond,JerryMealsThird,Chris Segal. T„2:59.A„35,078(35,225).ASTROS3,TIGERS0DETROITABRHBIBBSOAVG. Goodrum2b400002.253 Hicks1b401002.278 Castellanosrf201020.306 McCannc401001.227 Mahtooklf400000.200 Martinezdh400000.233 Rodriguezss402001.196 Candelario3b301012.226 Jonescf401000.219 TOTALS3307038 HOUSTONABRHBIBBSOAVG. Springerdh411000.248 Bregman3b422200.287 Altuve2b402000.335 Gurriel1b402100.306 Reddickrf400001.257 Gonzalezss401001.224 Tuckerlf400001.174 Stassic301000.256 Kempcf302001.307 Marisnickcf000000.192 TOTALS34311304 DETROIT000000000 „071 HOUSTON20100000X„3111 E„Rodriguez(3),Altuve(7).LOB„Detroit 9,Houston7.2B„Jones(18),Gonzalez(13). HR„Bregman(20),offFiers.RBIs„Bregman 2(63),Gurriel(49).CS„Kemp(3). Runnersleftinscoringposition„Detroit4 (Goodrum,Hicks,Martinez2)Houston4 (Springer,Tucker2,Stassi).RISP„Detroit1 for9Houston2for11. GIDP„McCann,Jones. DP„Houston2(Altuve,Gonzalez,Gurriel), (Gonzalez,Gurriel). DETROITIPHRERBBSONPERA Fiers,L,6-669 330291 3.70 VerHagen10 000113 7.66 Greene12 000115 3.92 HOUSTONIPHRERBBSONPERA Keuchel,W,7-866 001498 3.75 Sipp,H,211 000215 2.01 Peacock,H,710 001218 3.05 Rondon,S,8-1110 001017 1.57 Umpires„Home,LanceBarksdaleFirst,Pat HobergSecond,TomWoodringThird,Ted Barrett. T„2:44.A„38,843(41,168).BLUEJAYS13,REDSOX7TORONTOABRHBIBBSOAVG. Grandersonrf-lf500003.235 GurrielJr.ss512100.255 Solarte3b612001.248 1-Diazpr-3b010000.243 Smoakdh523411.248 Morales1b331131.243 Martinc321021.172 Pillarcf524401.248 SmithJr.lf311300.303 a-Grichukph-rf100001.199 D.Travis2b400011.242 TOTALS40131413710 BOSTONABRHBIBBSOAVG. Bettsrf423210.357 Holt2b512102.285 Martinezlf512001.330 Bogaertsss401113.282 Moreland1b401110.281 Nunez3b501000.258 S.Travisdh411011.188 Leonc410012.239 BradleyJr.cf511101.208 TOTALS407126510 TORONTO035000032„13144 BOSTON150100000„7120 a-struckoutforSmithJr.inthe8th. 1-ranforSolarteinthe9th. E„Borucki(1),GurrielJr.2(5),Pillar(5). LOB„Toronto10,Boston11.2B„Morales (12),Pillar2(27),Holt(13),Martinez(23), S.Travis(1).3B„Betts2(3).HR„Smoak (15),offPorcelloSmithJr.(2),offPorcello Smoak(16),offScott.RBIs„GurrielJr.(14), Smoak4(52),Morales(30),Pillar4(37), SmithJr.3(7),Betts2(51),Holt(23), Bogaerts(58),Moreland(46),BradleyJr. (30).SB„Holt(5).SF„SmithJr.. Runnersleftinscoringposition„Toronto 4(Solarte,SmithJr.2,D.Travis)Boston7 (Holt,Bogaerts,Moreland2,Nunez,Bradley Jr.2).RISP„Toronto8for15Boston5for19. GIDP„Holt. DP„Toronto1(GurrielJr.,D.Travis,Morales). TORONTOIPHRERBBSONPERA Borucki38 744581 3.52 Petricka,W,1-022 001136 3.57 Loup,H,9.1000001 4.55 Axford,H,61.100000144.03 Oh,H,1111000221 2.82 Mayza.1000002 3.14 Clippard11 000210 3.02 BOSTONIPHRERBBSONPERA Porcello,L,11-427 884264 4.12 Velazquez21 002340 2.66 Thornburg11 000225 7.71 Brasier20 001128 0.00 Kelly02 33008 3.92 Scott23 2202 3715.43 Porcellopitchedto5battersinthe3rd. Boruckipitchedto3battersinthe4th. Kellypitchedto3battersinthe8th. Inheritedrunners-scored„Petricka2-0, Mayza1-0,Scott2-1.HBP„Kelly(Gurriel Jr.),Scott(Granderson).PB„Martin(3), Leon(5). Umpires„Home,BrianGormanFirst,Mike MuchlinskiSecond,AdrianJohnsonThird, TrippGibson. T„3:43.A„37,018(37,731).STATISTICAL LEADERSAMERICANLEAGUE RUNS: Lindor,Cleveland, 85;Betts,Boston,76;Trout, LosAngeles,71;Benintendi,Boston,68;Martinez, Boston,68;Judge,New York,65;Ramirez,Cleveland,65;Springer,Houston, 64;Segura,Seattle,63;2 tiedat62. RBI: Martinez,Boston,79; Ramirez,Cleveland,69; Haniger,Seattle,65;Machado,Baltimore,64;KDavis, Oakland,63;Encarnacion, Cleveland,63;Gattis,Houston,62;Lindor,Cleveland, 62;Lowrie,Oakland,62; Bregman,Houston,61. HOMERUNS: Martinez, Boston,28;Ramirez, Cleveland,28;Judge,New York,25;Lindor,Cleveland, 25;Trout,LosAngeles,25; Betts,Boston,23;Machado, Baltimore,23;Stanton,New York,23;Cruz,Seattle,22; Gallo,Texas,22. STOLENBASES: Gordon, Seattle,22;Anderson, Chicago,21;Ramirez, Cleveland,19;Benintendi, Boston,17;Betts,Boston, 16;RDavis,Cleveland, 16;DeShields,Texas,16; Merri“eld,KansasCity, 16;Smith,TampaBay,16; Trout,LosAngeles,15. PITCHING: Severino,New York,14-2;Kluber,Cleveland,12-5;Snell,Tampa Bay,12-5;Morton,Houston, 11-2;Porcello,Boston,11-3; Rodriguez,Boston,11-3;6 tiedat10. ERA: Verlander,Houston, 2.05;Sale,Boston,2.23; Snell,TampaBay,2.27; Bauer,Cleveland,2.30; Severino,NewYork,2.31; Cole,Houston,2.57;Skaggs, LosAngeles,2.57;Kluber, Cleveland,2.76;Morton, Houston,2.96;Clevinger, Cleveland,3.34. STRIKEOUTS: Sale,Boston, 188;Cole,Houston,169; Bauer,Cleveland,168; Verlander,Houston,160; Paxton,Seattle,155; Morton,Houston,146;Severino,NewYork,144;Snell, TampaBay,134;Kluber, Cleveland,132;Berrios, Minnesota,122. NATIONALLEAGUE RUNS: Albies,Atlanta,73; Blackmon,Colorado,70; Hernandez,Philadelphia, 63;Arenado,Colorado,61; Goldschmidt,Arizona,61; Pham,St.Louis,59;Gennett,Cincinnati,58;Yelich, Milwaukee,58;4tiedat57. RBI: Suarez,Cincinnati,69; Aguilar,Milwaukee,68;Arenado,Colorado,66;Baez, Chicago,66;Story,Colorado,63;Freeman,Atlanta, 60;Kemp,LosAngeles,60; Markakis,Atlanta,60;Gennett,Cincinnati,59;Rizzo, Chicago,59. HOMERUNS: Aguilar, Milwaukee,24;Arenado, Colorado,23;Harper,Washington,23;Goldschmidt, Arizona,21;Muncy,Los Angeles,21;Albies,Atlanta, 20;Suarez,Cincinnati,19;5 tiedat18. STOLENBASES: SMarte, Pittsburgh,24;MTaylor, Washington,24;Inciarte, Atlanta,23;Hamilton, Cincinnati,22;Turner, Washington,22;Baez,Chicago,17;Cain,Milwaukee, 17;Peraza,Cincinnati,17; Dyson,Arizona,16;3tied at14. PITCHING: Nola,Philadelphia,12-2;Scherzer, Washington,12-5;Lester, Chicago,11-2;Godley, Arizona,10-6;Mikolas,St. Louis,10-3;Greinke,Arizona,9-5;9tiedat8. ERA: deGrom,NewYork, 1.68;Stripling,LosAngeles, 2.08;Nola,Philadelphia, 2.27;Scherzer,Washington,2.41;Lester,Chicago, 2.46;Mikolas,St.Louis, 2.65;Foltynewicz,Atlanta, 2.66;Corbin,Arizona,3.10; Freeland,Colorado,3.11; Guerra,Milwaukee,3.23. STRIKEOUTS: Scherzer, Washington,182;deGrom, NewYork,149;Corbin, Arizona,146;Nola,Philadelphia,126;Foltynewicz, Atlanta,120;Gray,Colorado,119;Greinke, Arizona,117;Pivetta, Philadelphia,113; Velasquez,Philadelphia, 110;Stripling,LosAngeles, 108.BOXSCORES ROUNDUP/MATCHUPSPhillies2,Marlins0: AaronAltherr droveinhis“rstrunofJulyandlater startedasensationalrelaytoprotect thelead,helpingJakeArrietaandthe PhilliestoptheMiamiMarlins. Mets4,Nationals2: NoahSyndergaardpitchedoutoftroubleina rustyreturnfromthedisabledlist andhelpedhimselfwithanRBIsingle fortheMets. Pirates7,Brewers3: JoshBelltied acareerwithfourhits,Gregory Polancohomeredandbothdrove intworunstoleadthePittsburgh PiratestoavictoryovertheBrewers. Rangers5,Orioles4: RyanRuahad atiebreaking,pinch-hitthree-run homerintheseventhinningandthe RangersheldontobeattheOrioles tosnapathree-gamelosingstreak. Indians6,Yankees5: RookierighthanderShaneBieberpitchedintothe eighthinningandClevelandsshaky bullpennarrowlyclosedthingsout. Diamondbacks2,Braves1: Nick Ahmedhitatiebreakingsingleinthe seventhafterZackGodleyalloweda runoversixinnings,andtheArizona DiamondbacksbeattheBraves. BlueJays13,RedSox7: KevinPillar hadfourhitsandJustinSmoakhad three,includingapairofhomers,and TorontosnappedBostons10-game winningstreak. Astros3,Tigers0: DallasKeuchel pitchedsixshutoutinningstolead HoustonoverDetroit. LATE CincinnatiatSt.Louis ChicagoCubsatSanDiego KansasCityatChicagoWhiteSox TampaBayatMinnesota SeattleatColorado L.A.AngelsatL.A.Dodgers OaklandatSanFranciscoTODAYSPITCHINGCOMPARISONNATIONALLEAGUE2018TEAMLASTTHREESTARTS TEAMSPITCHERSTIMEW-LERARECW-LIPERA MilwaukeeTBD0-00.000-00-00.00.00 PittsburghHolmes(R)12:35p0-17.110-10-12.115.43 MilwaukeeAnderson(R)6-63.8110-81-017.01.06 PittsburghNova(R)4:05p5-64.509-81-116.27.02 ArizonaGreinke(R)9-53.3911-82-018.02.00 AtlantaNewcomb(L)4:10p8-43.449-90-212.19.49 CincinnatiCastillo(R)5-85.589-100-014.24.91 St.LouisFlaherty(R)4:10p3-43.345-80-212.17.30 PhiladelphiaNola(R)12-22.2714-53-021.20.83 MiamiRichards(R)4:10p2-55.245-70-112.26.39 WashingtonVoth(R)0-00.000-00-00.00.00 NewYorkWheeler(R)4:10p2-64.425-120-018.02.50 ChicagoHendricks(R)5-83.936-120-116.05.06 SanDiegoPerdomo(R)10:10p1-37.091-50-215.28.62AMERICANLEAGUE2018TEAMLASTTHREESTARTS TEAMSPITCHERSTIMEW-LERARECW-LIPERA TorontoGaviglio(R)2-34.705-50-113.06.92 BostonRodriguez(L)1:05p11-33.6215-32-117.22.55 TampaBayArcher(R)3-44.417-70-114.13.14 MinnesotaBerrios(R)2:10p9-73.4111-81-218.14.91 KansasCityDuffy(L)4-84.896-131-118.03.50 ChicagoLopez(R)2:10p4-63.776-122-117.14.67 DetroitFulmer(R)3-84.115-130-221.03.86 HoustonCole(R)4:10p9-22.5715-40-117.02.65 NewYorkSabathia(L)6-43.349-82-118.04.00 ClevelandClevinger(R)7:15p7-43.348-101-217.05.29 TexasPerez(L)2-39.672-31-214.08.36 BaltimoreRamirez(R)7:15p0-33.930-30-313.15.40INTERLEAGUE2018TEAMLASTTHREESTARTS TEAMSPITCHERSTIMEW-LERARECW-LIPERA L.Angeles(AL)Heaney(L)5-63.946-101-117.16.23 L.Angeles(NL)Kershaw(L)7:15p3-42.615-72-017.01.59 SeattleLeBlanc(L)5-03.3910-32-018.23.86 ColoradoGray(R)9:10p7-75.778-91-016.06.19 OaklandAnderson(L)1-25.753-21-111.03.27 SanFran.Samardzija(R)10:05p1-56.422-70-310.26.750 KEY: TEAMREC-TeamsRecordingamesstartedbytodayspitcher. THISDATEINBASEBALLJULY14 1916: St.LouisBrownspitcherErnieKoobwentthe distanceina17-inning0-0tiewiththeBostonRedSox. CarlMayswentthe“rst15inningsfortheRedSoxand DutchLeonard“nished. 1946: Clevelandplayer-managerLouBoudreauhitfour doublesandahomeruninthe“rstgameofadoubleheaderagainstBoston,butTedWilliamsconnectedfor threehomerunsanddroveineightrunsforan11-10 RedSoxvictory. 1956: MelParnelloftheBostonRedSoxpitchedanohitteragainsttheChicagoWhiteSoxfora4-0victoryat FenwayPark. 1967: EddieMathewsoftheAstroshithis500thhome runoffSanFranciscosJuanMarichalatCandlestick Park.HoustonbeattheGiants8-6. 1968: HankAarongothis500thhomerunoffMike McCormickastheAtlantaBravesbeattheSanFranciscoGiants4-2. 1968: DonWilsonoftheHoustonAstrosstruckout18 Redsina6-1victoryoverCincinnati. 1969: OaklandsReggieJacksonknockedin10runsina 21-7winovertheBostonRedSoxatFenwayPark. 1970: PeteRoseoftheCincinnatiRedsscoredonJim Hickmans12th-inningsingleafterbowlingoverClevelandsRayFosseathomeplatetogivetheNLa5-4 victoryovertheALatRiverfrontStadium. 1972: Inamajorleague“rst,BillHallerwastheumpire behindtheplatewhilehisbrotherTomwasthecatcher fortheDetroitTigers.THURSDAYSGAMES AmericanLeague Oakland6,Houston4 Boston6,Toronto4 N.Y.Yankees7,Cleveland4 Minnesota5,TampaBay1 L.A.Angels11,Seattle2 NationalLeague Colorado5,Arizona1 Pittsburgh6,Milwaukee3 Washington5,N.Y.Mets4 L.A.Dodgers3,SanDiego2 Interleague Philadelphia5,Baltimore4 SUNDAYSGAMES AmericanLeague TexasatBaltimore,1:05p.m. TorontoatBoston,1:05p.m. N.Y.YankeesatCleveland,1:10p.m. DetroitatHouston,2:10p.m. KansasCityatChicagoWhiteSox, 2:10p.m. TampaBayatMinnesota,2:10p.m. NationalLeague PhiladelphiaatMiami,1:10p.m. WashingtonatN.Y.Mets,1:10p.m. ArizonaatAtlanta,1:35p.m. MilwaukeeatPittsburgh,1:35p.m. CincinnatiatSt.Louis,2:15p.m. ChicagoCubsatSanDiego,4:10p.m. Interleague SeattleatColorado,3:10p.m. OaklandatSanFrancisco,4:05p.m. L.A.AngelsatL.A.Dodgers,4:10p.m.

PAGE 48

The Sun / Saturday, July 14, 2018 www.yoursun.com SP Page 5 SCOREBOARD MINOR LEAGUESFLORIDA STATE LEAGUENorth Division W L Pct. GB Dunedin (Blue Jays) 15 7 .682 „ Lakeland (Tigers) 12 8 .600 2 Daytona (Reds) 12 9 .571 2 Tampa (Yankees) 12 9 .571 2 Clearwater (Phillies) 11 10 .524 3 Florida (Braves) 11 11 .500 4South Division W L Pct. GB Charlotte (Rays) 11 11 .500 „ Fort Myers (Twins) 10 12 .455 1 Palm Beach (Cardinals) 10 12 .455 1 Bradenton (Pirates) 9 12 .429 1 St. Lucie (Mets) 8 13 .381 2 Jupiter (Marlins) 7 14 .333 31/Thursdays GamesTampa 5, Jupiter 1 Charlotte 6, St. Lucie 0 Charlotte 4, St. Lucie 0 Dunedin 3, Clearwater 0 Bradenton 8, Lakeland 3 Daytona at Florida, 6:31 p.m. Palm Beach at Fort Myers, 7 p.m. Florida at Daytona, 7:05 p.m.Fridays GamesDunedin at Tampa, 6:30 p.m. Charlotte at Jupiter, 6:30 p.m. Fort Myers at Lakeland, 6:30 p.m. Palm Beach at St. Lucie, 6:30 p.m. Clearwater at Florida, 6:31 p.m. Bradenton at Daytona, 7:05 p.m.Saturdays GamesCharlotte at Jupiter, 5:30 p.m. Fort Myers at Lakeland, 6 p.m. Dunedin at Tampa, 6:30 p.m. Palm Beach at St. Lucie, 6:30 p.m. Clearwater at Florida, 6:31 p.m. Bradenton at Daytona, 7:05 p.m.ODDSPREGAME.COM LINEMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Today National LeagueFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE at Pittsburgh (G1) Off Milwaukee Off at Pittsburgh (G2) Off Milwaukee Off at Atlanta -107 Arizona -103 at St. Louis -143 Cincinnati +133 Philadelphia -177 at Miami +165 Washington -111 at New York +101 Chicago -167 at San Diego +157American Leagueat Boston Off Toronto Off at Minnesota -133 Tampa Bay +123 at Chicago -111 Kansas City +101 at Houston -250 Detroit +220 at Baltimore -108 Texas -102 at Cleveland -107 New York -103Interleagueat LA Dodgers -205 LA Angels +185 at Colorado Off Seattle Off at San Francisco -114 Oakland +104 Updated Odds Available at Pregame.comTRANSACTIONSBASEBALLAmerican LeagueBOSTON RED SOX „ Placed OF Andrew Benintendi on the bereavement list. Recalled 1B/ OF Sam Travis from Pawtucket (IL). CHICAGO WHITE SOX „ Sent OF Nicky Delmonico to Charlotte (IL) for a rehab assignment. DETROIT TIGERS „ Sent LHP Ryan Carpenter to the GCL Tigers West for a rehab assignment. HOUSTON ASTROS „ Sent RHP Brady Rodgers to Fresno (PCL) for a rehab assignment. OAKLAND ATHLETICS „ Optioned RHP Josh Lucas to Nashville (PCL). Selected the contract of LHP Jeremy Bleich from Nashville. Transferred RHP Andrew Triggs to the 60-day DL. Signed 3B Christopher Cruz; LHP Gerald Garcia; C Marcos Betancourt; OFs Brayan Buelvas and Ramon Martinez; SSs Ronny Santana, Jose Escorche and Nelson Beltran; and RHPs Richard Guasch, Robin Vasquez, Roberto Garza, Adriel Gonzalez, Luis Carrasco, Jose Gonzalez, Luis Martinez and Roger Rodriguez to minor league contracts. SEATTLE MARINERS „ Placed LHP James Paxton on the 10-day DL. Optioned RHP Nick Rumbelow and 2B Gordon Beckham to Tacoma (PCL). Selected the contract of RHP Mike Morin from Tacoma. Recalled RHPs Casey Lawrence and Christian Bergman from Tacoma. TORONTO BLUE JAYS „ Placed RHP Marco Estrada on the 10-day DL. Recalled OF Dwight Smith Jr. from Buffalo (IL).National LeagueATLANTA BRAVES „ Recalled OF Preston Tucker from Gwinnett (IL). CHICAGO CUBS „ Optioned RHP Luke Farrell to Iowa (PCL). CINCINNATI REDS „ Optioned RHP Tanner Rainey to Louisville (IL). Recalled RHP Austin Brice from Louisville. COLORADO ROCKIES „ Placed RHP Antonio Senzatela on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Tuesday. Recalled RHP Jeff Hoffman from Albuquerque (PCL). MILWAUKEE BREWERS „ Optioned RHP Adrian Houser to Colorado Springs (PCL). Recalled RHP Brandon Woodruff from Colorado Springs. NEW YORK METS „ Assigned RHP Chris Beck outright to Las Vegas (PCL). PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES „ Sent RHP Luis Garcia to Lehigh Valley (IL) for a rehab assignment. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS „ Optioned RHPs John Brebbia and Luke Weaver to Memphis (PCL). Reinstated RHP Luke Gregerson and LHP Tyler Lyons from the 10-day DL. SAN DIEGO PADRES „ Optioned LHP Joey Lucchesi to El Paso (PCL). Recalled C Raffy Lopez form El Paso. WASHINGTON NATIONALS „ Sent RHP Koda Glover to Potomac (Carolina) for a rehab assignment.American AssociationGARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS „ Released OF Christoph Bono. KANSAS CITY T-BONES „ Sold the contract of LHP Joe Filomeno to the Seattle Mariners. LINCOLN SALTDOGS „ Released RHP Dillon Sunnafrank. WICHITA WINGNUTS „ Released INF Graylin Derke. WINNIPEG GOLDEYES „ Released OF Dave Sappelt.Can-Am LeagueQUEBEC CAPITALES „ Signed INF Jonathan Malo. SUSSEX COUNTY MINERS „ Signed INF Danny Mateo.Frontier LeagueEVANSVILLE OTTERS „ Sold the contracts of RHP Patrick McGuff and OF Logan Taylor to the Cincinnati Reds. Signed 1B/3B Jacob Richardson and OF Daniel Spingola. FLORENCE FREEDOM „ Traded LHP Braulio Torres-Perez to Windy City. Signed INF Graylin Derke and OF Harrison White. LAKE ERIE CRUSHERS „ Signed LHP Oriel Caicedo and RHP Logan Lombana. NORMAL CORNBELTERS „ Signed INFs Michael Baca and Gerald Bautista, OF James Davidson and LHP Miles Moeller. RIVER CITY RASCALS „ Signed LHP Chris Chigas. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MINERS „ Signed RHP James Carter and OF D.J. Oliver. TRAVERSE CITY BEACH BUMS „ Signed RHP Luke DeVenney. WINDY CITY THUNDERBOLTS „ Signed LHP Colton Follett and C Daniel Herrera.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationBROOKLYN NETS „ Traded G Jeremy Lin, a 2025 second-round draft pick and the right to swap 2023 second-round picks to Atlanta for the draft rights to G Isaia Cordinier and a protected 2020 second-round draft pick.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueNFL „ RB DeMarco Murray announced his retirement. GREEN BAY PACKERS „ Released OT Kyle Meadows. Claimed G Ethan Cooper off waivers from the N.Y. Giants. HOUSTON TEXANS „ Waived/injured G Jeff Allen. WASHINGTON REDSKINS „ Signed CB Adonis Alexander.HOCKEY National Hockey LeagueANAHEIM DUCKS „ Signed C Chase De Leo to a one-year, two-way contract. DALLAS STARS „ Signed C Devin Shore to a two-year contract and LW Adam Mascherin to a three-year, entry-level contract. LOS ANGELES KINGS „ Signed D Paul LaDue to a two-year contract and F Rasmus Kupari to a three-year, entry-level contract. VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS „ Agreed to terms with G Marc-Andre Fleury on a three-year contract extension. WASHINGTON CAPITALS „ Re-signed F Liam OBrien to a one-year, two-way contract.ECHLATLANTA GLADIATORS „ Named Jeff Pyle coach and general manager of hockey operations. WORCESTER RAILERS „ Signed D Tommy Panico to a one-year contract.SOCCERMajor League SoccerLOS ANGELES FC „ Loaned G Luis Lopez to Orange County SC (USL).TENNISTENNIS INTEGRITY UNIT „ Suspended Robert Farah three months and “ ned him $5,000 for facilitating betting by promoting a gambling website on social media. The period of ineligibility is suspended if no further breaches occur within three months.COLLEGEEMMANEL (GA.) „ Announced it has been accepted as a full NCAA Division II member. OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN „ Named Shanon Hays softball coach and Shalee Cordell assistant softball coach. ST. ANDREWS „ Named Evan Smith mens and womens golf coach.SOCCERMAJOR LEAGUE SOCCERAll times EasternEASTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GAAtlanta United FC 12 4 4 40 42 23 New York City FC 11 4 4 37 38 24 New York 10 5 2 32 34 17 Columbus 8 6 6 30 24 23 New England 7 4 7 28 30 25 Montreal 8 12 0 24 24 35 Philadelphia 7 9 3 24 25 30 Chicago 6 9 5 23 32 38 Orlando City 6 11 1 19 25 41 Toronto FC 4 10 4 16 29 36 D.C. United 2 7 5 11 23 29WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GAFC Dallas 10 3 5 35 28 21 Los Angeles FC 10 4 4 34 41 28 Sporting Kansas City 9 4 6 33 35 24 Real Salt Lake 9 8 2 29 27 34 Portland 8 3 5 29 26 22 Vancouver 7 7 5 26 29 37 Houston 7 6 4 25 36 26 LA Galaxy 7 7 4 25 31 28 Minnesota United 6 11 1 19 23 36 Seattle 4 9 4 16 15 22 Colorado 4 11 3 15 22 32 San Jose 2 10 6 12 29 373 points for victory, 1 point for tieWednesdays GamesNew York City FC 3, Montreal 0 Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3Todays GamesColumbus at New York City FC, 7 p.m. Sporting Kansas City at New York Red Bulls, 7 p.m. Los Angeles Galaxy at New England, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at FC Dallas, 8 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Minnesota United, 8 p.m. Toronto FC at Orlando City, 8 p.m. Vancouver at D.C. United, 8 p.m. Houston at Colorado, 9 p.m.Sundays GamesSeattle at Atlanta United FC, 2 p.m. Portland at Los Angeles FC, 6 p.m.NATIONAL WOMENS SOCCER LEAGUEAll times Eastern W L T PTS GF GA North Carolina 13 1 3 42 37 14 Seattle 8 3 5 29 19 13 Orlando 7 6 4 25 24 24 Chicago 6 4 7 25 25 22 Portland 6 5 5 23 24 20 Utah 5 5 6 21 13 16 Houston 5 6 5 20 20 25 Washington 2 11 4 10 11 24 Sky Blue FC 0 11 3 3 11 26 3 points for victory, 1 point for tie.Wednesdays MatchesNorth Carolina 2, Washington 0Houston 3, Orlando 1Seattle 1, Utah 0Todays MatchesNorth Carolina at Sky Blue FC, 7 p.m. Orlando at Utah, 7 p.m. Seattle at Chicago, 8 p.m.Sundays MatchHouston at Portland, 11 p.m.Friday, July 20North Carolina at Utah, 10 p.m. FIFA WORLD CUPAll times Eastern SEMIFINALS Tuesday At St. Petersburg, RussiaFrance 1, Belgium 0Wednesday At MoscowCroatia 2, England 1THIRD PLACE Today At St. Petersburg, RussiaBelgium vs. England, 10 a.m.WORLD CUP CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday At MoscowFrance vs. Croatia, 11 a.m.TENNISATP WORLD TOUR/WTA TOURWIMBLEDONFridays results at The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, London (seedings in parentheses):Mens Singles Semi“ nal Kevin Anderson (8), South Africa, def. John Isner (9), United States, 7-6 (6), 6-7 (5), 6-7 (9), 6-4, 26-24. Novak Djokovic (12), Serbia, vs. Rafael Nadal (2), Spain, 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (19), susp., curfew.Womens Doubles Semi“ nal Barbora Krejcikova, Czech Republic and Katerina Siniakova (3), Czech Republic, def. Abigail Spears, United States and Alicja Rosolska, Poland, 7-5, 6-4. Kveta Peschke, Czech Republic and Nicole Melichar (12), United States, def. Xu Yifan, China and Gabriela Dab rowski (6), Canada, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5.Mixed Doubles Semi“ nal Victoria Azarenka, Belarus and Jamie Murray, Britain, def. Harriet Dart, Britain and Jay Clarke, Britain, 6-2, 6-2. Alexander Peya, Austria and Nicole Melichar (11), United States, def. Michael Venus, New Zealand and Katarina Srebotnik (9), Slovenia, 6-4, 6-4.PRO BASKETBALLWNBAAll times EasternEASTERN CONFERENCE W L PCT GB Washington 13 8 .619 „ Atlanta 11 9 .550 1 Connecticut 11 10 .524 2 Chicago 7 14 .333 6 New York 6 14 .300 6 Indiana 2 19 .095 11WESTERN CONFERENCE W L PCT GBSeattle 15 6 .714 „ Phoenix 14 8 .636 1 Dallas 12 8 .600 2 Los Angeles 13 9 .591 2 Minnesota 12 9 .571 3 Las Vegas 10 12 .455 5Thursdays GameDallas 92, Los Angeles 77 Fridays Games Washington 88, Chicago 72 Atlanta 98, Indiana 74 Connecticut 91, Phoenix 87 Las Vegas 85, Minnesota 77Todays GameDallas at Seattle, 9 p.m.Sundays GamesWashington at Atlanta, 3 p.m. Chicago at New York, 3 p.m. Phoenix at Indiana, 5 p.m. Los Angeles at Las Vegas, 6 p.m. Connecticut at Minnesota, 7 p.m.AUTO RACINGNASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUPQUAKER STATE 400After Friday qualifying for todays race at Kentucky Speedway, Sparta, Ky. Lap length: 1.5 miles(Car number in parentheses)1. (78) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 188.890 mph. 2. (20) Erik Jones, Toyota, 188.739. 3. (4) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 188.547. 4. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 188.390. 5. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 188.206. 6. (21) Paul Menard, Ford, 188.121. 7. (12) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 187.944. 8. (14) Clint Bowyer, Ford, 187.696. 9. (41) Kurt Busch, Ford, 187.630. 10. (31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 187.071. 11. (19) Daniel Suarez, Toyota, 187.000. 12. (10) Aric Almirola, Ford, 186.884. 13. (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 187.169. 14. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 187.071. 15. (88) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 186.625. 16. (9) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 186.548. 17. (6) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 186.522. 18. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 186.342. 19. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 186.329. 20. (37) Chris Buescher, Chevrolet, 186.181. 21. (24) William Byron, Chevrolet, 186.143. 22. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 185.886. 23. (34) Michael McDowell, Ford, 185.465. 24. (38) David Ragan, Ford, 184.716. 25. (43) Bubba Wallace, Chevrolet, 184.533. 26. (47) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 184.483. 27. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 184.420. 28. (13) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 182.846. 29. (95) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 182.543. 30. (15) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 181.178. 31. (72) Corey LaJoie, Chevrolet, 180.385. 32. (23) JJ Yeley, Toyota, 179.868. 33. (00) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 179.104. 34. (51) BJ McLeod, Chevrolet, 177.883. 35. (99) Garrett Smithley, Chevrolet, 176.188. 36. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 0.000. 37. (32) Matt DiBenedetto, Ford, 0.000. 38. (7) Jesse Little, Chevrolet, 0.000. 39. (66) Timmy Hill, Toyota, 0.000.NASCAR XFINITYALSCO 300After Friday qualifying for Fridays night race at Kentucky Speedway, Sparta, Ky. Lap length: 1.5 miles(Car number in parentheses)1. (00) Cole Custer, Ford, 181.458 mph. 2. (7) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, 181.038. 3. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 181.026. 4. (12) Austin Cindric, Ford, 180.880. 5. (21) Daniel Hemric, Chevrolet, 180.578. 6. (42) John Hunter Nemechek, Chevrolet, 180.162. 7. (2) Matt Tifft, Chevrolet, 180.108. 8. (9) Tyler Reddick, Chevrolet, 179.396. 9. (16) Ryan Reed, Ford, 179.253. 10. (1) Elliott Sadler, Chevrolet, 179.217. 11. (19) Brandon Jones, Toyota, 178.442. 12. (20) Christopher Bell, Toyota, 181.062. 13. (11) Ryan Truex, Chevrolet, 179.307. 14. (22) Paul Menard, Ford, 178.796. 15. (23) Spencer Gallagher, Chevrolet, 178.672. 16. (3) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 178.336. 17. (5) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, 178.130. 18. (60) Ty Majeski, Ford, 178.024. 19. (39) Ryan Sieg, Chevrolet, 177.258. 20. (51) Jeremy Clements, Chevrolet, 177.061. 21. (4) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 176.609. 22. (35) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, 175.810. 23. (38) JJ Yeley, Chevrolet, 173.835. 24. (0) Garrett Smithley, Chevrolet, 173.255. 25. (36) Alex Labbe, Chevrolet, 173.132. 26. (15) BJ McLeod, Chevrolet, 172.772. 27. (55) Brandon Hightower, Toyota, 172.502. 28. (93) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, 172.238. 29. (66) Timmy Hill, Dodge, 172.133. 30. (52) David Starr, Chevrolet, 172.007. 31. (90) Josh Williams, Chevrolet, 171.385. 32. (89) Morgan Shepherd, Chevrolet, 170.827. 33. (8) Ray Black II, Chevrolet, 170.783. 34. (45) Josh Bilicki, Toyota, Owner Points 35. (40) Chad Finchum, Toyota, Owner Points 36. (76) Spencer Boyd, Chevrolet, Owner Points 37. (78) Blake Jones, Chevrolet, Owner Points 38. (01) Vinnie Miller, Chevrolet, Owner Points 39. (74) Mike Harmon, Chevrolet, Owner Points 40. (79) Josh Reaume, Chevrolet, 163.910.NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCKBUCKLE UP IN YOUR TRUCK 225Thursdays results at Kentucky Speedway, Sparta, Ky. Lap length: 1.5 miles(Car number in parentheses)1. (3) Ben Rhodes, Ford, 150. 2. (14) Stewart Friesen, Chevrolet, 150. 3. (30) Matt Crafton, Ford, 150. 4. (6) Brandon Jones, Toyota, 150. 5. (17) John Hunter Nemechek, Chevrolet, 150. 6. (5) Grant En“ nger, Ford, 150. 7. (2) Todd Gilliland, Toyota, 150. 8. (1) Noah Gragson, Toyota, 150. 9. (9) Dalton Sargeant, Chevrolet, 150. 10. (10) Justin Haley, Chevrolet, 150. 11. (4) Chris Eggleston, Toyota, 149. 12. (11) Cody Coughlin, Chevrolet, 149. 13. (15) Korbin Forrister, Toyota, 149. 14. (18) Austin Self, Chevrolet, 149. 15. (7) Johnny Sauter, Chevrolet, 148. 16. (12) Austin Hill, Chevrolet, 148. 17. (19) Justin Fontaine, Chevrolet, 148. 18. (13) Brett Mof“ tt, Toyota, 148. 19. (20) Jordan Anderson, Chevrolet, 146. 20. (22) Bo LeMastus, Toyota, 146. 21. (21) Clay Green“ eld, Chevrolet, 145. 22. (23) Robby Lyons, Chevrolet, 143. 23. (26) Josh Reaume, Chevrolet, 143. 24. (28) Wendell Chavous, Chevrolet, 139. 25. (31) Norm Benning, Chevrolet, 138. 26. (32) Myatt Snider, Ford, 137. 27. (8) Parker Kligerman, Chevrolet, Accident, 133. 28. (16) Tate Fogleman, Chevrolet, Suspension, 103. 29. (29) Jennifer Jo Cobb, Chevrolet, Overheating, 28. 30. (27) Bayley Currey, Chevrolet, Vibration, 22. 31. (25) Camden Murphy, Chevrolet, Electrical, 11. 32. (24) Tyler Matthews, Chevrolet, Accident, 1.Race StatisticsAverage Speed of Winner: 146.739 mph. Time of Race: 1 Hour, 32 Minutes, 00 Seconds. Margin of Victory: 0.922 Seconds. Caution Flags: 3 for 14 laps. Lead Changes: 11 among 5 drivers. Lap Leaders: N. Gragson 1-26; B. Rhodes 27; N. Gragson 28-32; B. Rhodes 33-42; N. Gragson 43-73; P. Kligerman 74-83; S. Friesen 84-85; P. Kligerman 86-87; S. Friesen 88-122; B. Rhodes 123-125; T. Gilliland 126; B. Rhodes 127-150. Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Lead, Laps Led): N. Gragson 3 times for 62 laps; B. Rhodes 4 times for 38 laps; S. Friesen 2 times for 37 laps; P. Kligerman 2 times for 12 laps; T. Gilliland 1 time for 1 lap.GOLFPGA TOURJOHN DEERE CLASSICFriday at TPC Deere Run, Silvis, Ill. Purse: $5.8 million; Yardage: 7,268; Par: 71 (35-36) PARTIAL SECOND ROUND David Hearn 66-64„130 Steve Wheatcroft 62-68„130 Johnson Wagner 64-66„130 Francesco Molinari 65-66„131 Matt Jones 68-63„131 Robert Garrigus 68-64„132 Sam Ryder 66-66„132 Parker McLachlin 66-66„132 Harold Varner III 67-65„132 Whee Kim 65-68„133 John Huh 70-63„133 Denny McCarthy 65-69„134 Derek Fathauer 68-67„135 Jason Bohn 69-66„135 Dominic Bozzelli 70-65„135 Andres Romero 64-71„135 Joel Dahmen 64-71„135 Patrick Rodgers 66-69„135 Keith Mitchell 67-68„135 Nick Taylor 64-71„135 John Merrick 66-70„136 Seamus Power 68-68„136 Dylan Meyer 68-68„136 Ryan Blaum 67-69„136 Fabian Gomez 66-70„136 Chris Stroud 68-68„136 Steve Stricker 70-66„136 Chesson Hadley 69-67„136 Chad Campbell 66-70„136 Brendon de Jonge 68-68„136 Hunter Mahan 70-67„137 Mackenzie Hughes 72-65„137 Vaughn Taylor 67-70„137 Kevin Streelman 66-71„137 Stuart Appleby 67-70„137 Kelly Kraft 66-71„137 Hudson Swafford 68-69„137 Nick Watney 68-69„137 Scott Brown 65-72„137 Richy Werenski 68-69„137 Mark Wilson 71-67„138 Andrew Putnam 69-69„138 Blayne Barber 69-69„138 Chris Kirk 66-72„138 David Lingmerth 71-67„138 Austin Cook 69-69„138 George McNeill 69-69„138 D.J. Trahan 68-70„138 Kris Blanks 71-67„138 Lanto Grif“ n 66-72„138 Tyler Duncan 66-72„138 Joaquin Niemann 69-69„138 Corey Conners 66-72„138 Cody Gribble 72-66„138 John Senden 72-66„138 Tommy Gainey 70-68„138 Kevin Tway 69-69„138 Ricky Barnes 70-69„139 Sam Saunders 72-67„139 Bill Haas 69-70„139 Andrew Landry 71-68„139 Brian Stuard 69-70„139 Ryan Moore 70-69„139 Martin Flores 72-67„139 Arjun Atwal 69-70„139 Ben Silverman 72-67„139 LEADERBOARD NAME PAR THRU 1. Michael Kim -16 17 2. David Hearn -12 F 2. Steve Wheatcroft -12 F 2. Johnson Wagner -12 F 5. Francesco Molinari -11 F 5. Matt Jones -11 F 5. Bronson Burgoon -11 15 8. Robert Garrigus -10 F 8. Sam Ryder -10 F 8. Parker McLachlin -10 F 8. Harold Varner III -10 F 12. Whee Kim -9 F 12. John Huh -9 F 12. J.J. Henry -9 17EUROPEAN TOURABERDEEN ASSET MANAGEMENT SCOTTISH OPENFridays leaders at Gullane GC, East Lothian, Scotland; Purse: $7 million; Yardage: 7,133; Par: 70 (35-35) SECOND ROUND Robert Rock, England 64-63„127 Tyrrell Hatton, England 65-64„129 Jens Dantorp, Sweden 64-65„129 Eddie Pepperell, England 67-63„130 Rickie Fowler, United States 64-66„130 Lee Westwood, England 64-67„131 Haotong Li, China 66-65„131 Alexander Bjork, Sweden 67-64„131 Scott Fernandez, Spain 64-67„131 Trevor Immelman, South Africa 68-64„132 Dylan Frittelli, South Africa 65-67„132 Luke List, United States 63-69„132 Sam Hors“ eld, England 67-65„132 Aaron Rai, England 69-63„132 Thongchai Jaidee, Thailand 68-65„133 Connor Syme, Scotland 71-62„133 Russell Knox, Scotland 66-67„133 Ian Poulter, England 66-67„133 Charley Hoffman, United States 67-66„133 Soren Kjeldsen, Denmark 66-67„133 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, Spain 67-66„133 Marcel Siem, Germany 66-67„133 Justin Rose, England 67-66„133 Hideto Tanihara, Japan 72-61„133 Steven Brown, England 69-64„133 James Morrison, England 69-65„134 Duncan Stewart, England 70-64„134 Danny Willett, England 66-68„134 Patrick Reed, United States 65-69„134 Oliver Farr, Wales 69-65„134 Matthieu Pavon, France 67-67„134 Benjamin Herbert, France 69-65„134 Jordan Smith, England 67-67„134 Julien Guerrier, France 65-69„134 Matthew Fitzpatrick, England 68-66„134 Alexander Levy, France 68-66„134 Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Thailand 69-65„134 Jorge Campillo, Spain 69-65„134 Brandon Stone, South Africa 70-64„134 LPGA TOURMARATHON CLASSICFriday at Highland Meadows Golf Club, Sylvania, Ohio; Purse: $1.6 million; Yardage: 6,541; Par: 71 (34-37) SECOND ROUND (a-amateur) Brooke M. Henderson 67-66„133 Caroline Hedwall 66-67„133 Thidapa Suwannapura 65-69„134 Emma Talley 68-67„135 Jacqui Concolino 66-69„135 In Gee Chun 66-69„135 Celine Herbin 69-67„136 Brittany Lincicome 68-68„136 Christina Kim 67-69„136 Caroline Inglis 67-69„136 In-Kyung Kim 66-70„136 Mirim Lee 66-70„136 Mo Martin 69-68„137 Katherine Perry 68-69„137 Mina Harigae 68-69„137 Angela Stanford 73-65„138 Brittany Marchand 70-68„138 Ola“ a Kristinsdottir 70-68„138 Lexi Thompson 70-68„138 Lee-Anne Pace 70-68„138 Brianna Do 69-69„138 Chella Choi 68-70„138 Wei-Ling Hsu 68-70„138 Yani Tseng 66-72„138 Katelyn Dambaugh 66-72„138 Daniela Darquea 75-64„139 Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 74-65„139 Pornanong Phatlum 72-67„139 Angel Yin 71-68„139 a-Bianca Pagdanganan 71-68„139 Jaye Marie Green 70-69„139 Cheyenne Woods 70-69„139 Austin Ernst 68-71„139 a-Jennifer Kupcho 68-71„139 Emily Pedersen 68-71„139 Kris Tamulis 67-72„139 Annie Park 67-72„139 Wichanee Meechai 67-72„139 Martina Edberg 71-69„140 Nanna Koerstz Madsen 68-72„140 Marina Alex 68-72„140 Sandra Changkija 68-72„140 Xiyu Lin 67-73„140 Alison Lee 73-68„141 Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 72-69„141 Haru Nomura 71-70„141 Tiffany Joh 70-71„141 Mel Reid 70-71„141 Camilla Lennarth 70-71„141 Jennifer Song 70-71„141 Cydney Clanton 69-72„141 Sei Young Kim 69-72„141 Stacy Lewis 68-73„141 Paula Reto 75-67„142 Charley Hull 73-69„142 Dori Carter 72-70„142 Beth Allen 72-70„142 Benyapa Niphatsophon 72-70„142 P.K. Kongkraphan 72-70„142 Robynn Ree 72-70„142 Celine Boutier 72-70„142 Yu Liu 71-71„142 Julieta Granada 71-71„142 Alena Sharp 71-71„142 Luna Sobron 71-71„142 Ally McDonald 70-72„142 Mind Muangkhumsakul 70-72„142 Peiyun Chien 69-73„142 Hyo Joo Kim 69-73„142 Cindy LaCrosse 68-74„142 Allison Emrey 67-75„142PGA TOUR CHAMPIONSCONSTELLATION SENIOR PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIPFriday at Exmoor Country Club, Highland Park, Ill. Purse: $2.8 million; Yardage: 7,149; Par: 72 (36-36) SECOND ROUND Scott Parel 67-66„133 Brandt Jobe 67-67„134 Jeff Maggert 66-68„134 Scott McCarron 67-68„135 Kenny Perry 65-70„135 Tom Byrum 67-68„135 Bart Bryant 66-69„135 Glen Day 66-69„135 Vijay Singh 68-67„135 Bernhard Langer 68-67„135 Kevin Sutherland 71-65„136 Mike Small 65-71„136 Woody Austin 69-67„136 Jerr y Smith 70-66„136 Peter Lonard 73-64„137 Clark Dennis 68-69„137 Wes Short, Jr. 67-70„137 Ken Tanigawa 69-68„137 Scott Verplank 72-66„138 Tommy Tolles 68-70„138 Rocco Mediate 68-70„138 Marco Dawson 71-68„139 Rod Spittle 69-70„139 John Daly 72-68„140 Colin Montgomerie 72-68„140 Joey Sindelar 71-69„140 Scott Dunlap 70-70„140 Miguel Angel Jimenez 71-69„140 Jerry Kelly 69-71„140 Kirk Triplett 72-68„140 Jay Haas 70-70„140 Doug Garwood 71-69„140 Willie Wood 72-69„141 Duffy Waldorf 70-71„141 Mark Calcavecchia 71-70„141 Gene Sauers 71-70„141 Lee Janzen 70-71„141 Jeff Sluman 70-71„141 Larry Mize 69-72„141 Bob Estes 69-72„141 Esteban Toledo 73-69„142 Carlos Franco 71-71„142 Jesper Parnevik 72-70„142 Gary Hallberg 72-70„142 David Frost 70-72„142 Jay Don Blake 71-71„142 Phillip Price 71-71„142 David McKenzie 71-71„142 Billy Andrade 72-71„143 Corey Pavin 70-73„143 Mark Brooks 71-72„143 Tim Petrovic 70-73„143 David Toms 74-69„143 Paul Broadhurst 71-72„143 Steve Flesch 71-72„143 Mike Goodes 71-72„143 Michael Bradley 76-68„144 Stephen Ames 69-75„144 Todd Hamilton 73-71„144 Tom Lehman 69-75„144 Sandy Lyle 71-73„144 Russ Cochran 71-73„144 Skip Kendall 74-70„144 Tommy Armour III 73-71„144 Billy Mayfair 75-70„145 Mark OMeara 74-71„145 Paul Goydos 74-72„146 Kent Jones 76-70„146 Fran Quinn 72-75„147 Tom Pernice Jr. 72-75„147 Miguel Angel Martin 76-71„147 Brian Henninger 74-74„148 Joe Durant 73-75„148 Hale Irwin 73-75„148 Tom Kite 71-78„149 Olin Browne 74-76„150 Steve Pate 78-73„151USGAU.S. SENIOR WOMENS OPENFriday at Chicago Golf Club, Wheaton, Ill. Purse: $1 million; Yardage: 6,279; Par: 73 (36-37) SECOND ROUND (a-amateur) Trish Johnson 71-71„142 Laura Davies 71-71„142 Juli Inkster 73-72„145 Danielle Ammaccapane 75-71„146 Yuko Saito 76-71„147 Barb Mucha 74-73„147 Liselotte Neumann 71-76„147 Elaine Crosby 70-78„148 Barb Moxness 76-72„148 a-Patricia Ehrhart 75-74„149 Susie Redman 74-75„149 Marilyn Lovander 73-76„149 Alicia Dibos 73-76„149 Rosie Jones 77-73„150 Missie Berteotti 76-74„150 Suzy Green-Roebuck 75-75„150 Kristi Albers 78-72„150 Lorie Kane 76-74„150 Barb Bunkowsky 77-74„151 Michele Redman 78-73„151 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 79-72„151 Helen Alfredsson 72-79„151 Tammie Green Parker 76-75„151 Jamie Fischer 74-77„151 Suzanne Strudwick 74-78„152 a-Ellen Port 79-74„153 a-Martha Leach 78-75„153 Hollis Stacy 77-76„153 Maggie Will 80-73„153 Laurel Kean 80-74„154 Lisa Grimes 74-81„155 Nanci Bowen 80-75„155 Lisa DePaulo 80-75„155 Jean Bartholomew 73-82„155 Betsy King 78-77„155 Christa Johnson 76-79„155 Nancy Taylor 74-82„156 Jenny Lidback 77-79„156 a-Kathy Kurata 75-81„156 So“ a Gronberg Whitmore 80-76„156 Cindy Figg-Currier 78-78„156 Martha Nause 74-82„156 Pat Bradley 78-78„156 Jane Crafter 82-74„156 a-Sue Wooster 81-76„157 Carolyn Hill 79-78„157 Eriko Gejo 79-78„157 Cathy Panton-Lewis 78-79„157 Amy Alcott 77-80„157 Becky Iverson 77-81„158 a-Marie-Therese Torti 76-82„158 Laurie Brower 83-75„158 a-Akemi Nakata Khaiat 78-80„158 Jane Geddes 80-78„158 Kay Cockerill 74-84„158WEB.COM TOURUTAH CHAMPIONSHIPFriday at Oakridge Country Club, Farmington, Utah; Purse: $700,000; Yardage: 7,045; Par: 71 (36-35) SECOND ROUND Cameron Champ 61-64„125 Steven Ihm 63-65„128 Bhavik Patel 65-64„129 Jim Knous 65-64„129 Luke Guthrie 63-67„130 Sam Burns 67-63„130 Joey Garber 66-65„131 Tim Wilkinson 65-66„131 Tom Whitney 67-64„131 Trevor Cone 66-65„131 Erik Barnes 65-66„131 Sebastian Munoz 66-66„132 Patrick Newcomb 67-65„132 Curtis Luck 65-67„132 Kyle Jones 69-63„132 Derek Ernst 64-69„133 Jacques Blaauw 69-64„133 Jimmy Stanger 67-66„133 Carlos Ortiz 66-67„133 Max Rottluff 67-66„133 Scott Pinckney 67-66„133 Mark Hubbard 67-66„133 Andres Gonzales 67-66„133 John Chin 67-67„134 Rafael Campos 68-66„134 Patrick Fishburn 67-67„134 J.T. Grif“ n 66-68„134 Samuel Del Val 66-68„134 Martin Trainer 63-71„134 Michael Johnson 67-67„134 Bo Hoag 66-68„134 Matt Fast 72-63„135 Steven Alker 66-69„135 Joseph Bramlett 67-68„135 Michael Tolladay 68-67„135 Dawie van der Walt 68-67„135 Conner Godsey 66-69„135 Sebastian Cappelen 68-67„135 Max McGreevy 67-68„135 Anders Albertson 65-70„135 Jordan Niebrugge 66-69„135 Jin Park 68-67„135 Rico Hoey 66-69„135 Mark Blake“ eld 67-68„135 Kevin Dougherty 68-68„136 Juliam Etulain 66-70„136 Brad Hop“ nger 67-69„136 Wes Roach 70-66„136AMERICAN CENTURYFriday at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course Stateline, Nev.; Purse: $600,000; Yardage: 6,709; Par: 72 FIRST ROUND (Stableford scoring: double eagle, 10 points; hole-in-one, 8; eagle, 6; birdie, 3; par, 1; bogey, 0; double bogey, (-2). Joe Pavelski 25 Trent Dilfer 24 John Smoltz 21 Mark Rypien 21 Andrew Bachelder 20 Eric Gagne 19 Jeremy Roenick 19 Alfonso Ribeiro 18 Tony Romo 18 Steph Curry 18 Sterling Sharpe 18 Case Keenum 18 Mardy Fish 17 Jack Wa g ner 17 Bret Saberhagen 17 Mark Mulder 16 Carson Palmer 16 Aaron Rodgers 16 Adam Thielen 15 Jerome Bettis 14 Derek Lowe 14 Ray Allen 14 Tom Glavine 13 Greg Maddux 13 Robbie Gould 12 Bret Baier 12 Joe Carter 12 Colt Ford 12 Patrick Peterson 12 David Wells 12 Ozzie Smith 11 Trevor Hoffman 11 Golden Tate 10 Bode Miller 10 Larry Fitzgerald 9 Mike Modano 9 Brian Kelly 8 Joe Don Rooney 8 Justin James 7 Dell Curry 7 Tim Brown 7 Vinny Del Negro 7 Roger Clemens 6 Doug Pederson 6 AJ Hawk 5 Joe Theismann 5 Brian Urlacher 4 Mike Eruzione 4 Deron Williams 3 Tim Wake“ eld 3 Urban Meyer 3 Brian Baumgartner 1 Ivan Rodriguez 1 Jerry Rice 1 Alex Smith 1 Doug Flutie 0CYCLINGTOUR DE FRANCESIXTH STAGEFriday at Chartres, France A 143.5-mile ” at ride, the longest of this years Tour, from Fougeres to Chartres, with a single Category 4 climb midway 1. Dylan Groenewegen, Netherlands, LottoNLJumbo, 5:43:42. 2. Fernando Gaviria, Colombia, Quick-Step Floors, same time. 3. Peter Sagan, Slovakia, Bora-Hansgrohe, same time. 4. Arnaud Demare, France, Groupama-FDJ, same time. 5. Christophe Laporte, France, Co“ dis, same time. 6. John Degenkolb, Germany, Trek-Segafredo, same time. 7. Daryl Impey, South Africa, Mitchelton-Scott, same time. 8. Andre Greipel, Germany, Lotto Soudal, same time. 9. Andrea Pasqualon, Italy, Wanty-Groupe Gobert, same time. 10. Mark Cavendish, Britain, Dimension Data, same time. 11. Rick Zabel, Germany, Katusha Alpecin, same time. 12. Sonny Colbrelli, Italy, Bahrain-Merida, same time. 13. Alexander Kristoff, Norway, UAE Team Emirates, same time. 14. Thomas Boudat, France, Direct Energie, same time. 15. Timothy Dupont, Belgium, Wanty-Groupe Gobert, same time. 16. Greg Van Avermaet, Belgium, BMC Racing Team, same time. 17. Vincenzo Nibali, Italy, Bahrain-Merida, same time. 18. Nikias Arndt, Germany, Sunweb, same time. 19. Alejandro Valverde, Spain, Movistar, same time. 20. Soren Kragh Andersen, Denmark, Sunweb, same time.Also25. Chris Froome, Britain, Sky, same time. 29. Nairo Quintana, Colombia, Movistar, same time. 31. Tom Dumoulin, Netherlands, Sunweb, same time. 35. Tejay van Garderen, United States, BMC Racing, same time. 49. Romain Bardet, France, AG2R La Mondiale, same time. 130. Taylor Phinney, United States, EF Education First-Drapac, 1:27 behind. 163. Ian Boswell, United States, Katusha Alpecin, 2:21. 168. Chad Haga, United States, Sunweb, same time. 169. Lawson Craddock, United States, EF Education First-Drapac, same time.Overall Standings (After seven stages)1. Greg Van Avermaet, Belgium, BMC Racing, 28:19:25. 2. Geraint Thomas, Britain, Sky, :06. 3. Tejay van Garderen, United States, BMC Racing, :08. 4. Julian Alaphilippe, France, Quick-Step Floors, :09. 5. Philippe Gilbert, Belgium, Quick-Step Floors, :15. 6. Bob Jungels, Luxembourg, Quick-Step Floors, :21. 7. Rigoberto Uran, Colombia, EF Education FirstDrapac, :48. 8. Alejandro Valverde, Spain, Movistar, :54. 9. Rafal Majka, Poland, Bora-Hansgrohe, :55. 10. Jakob Fuglsang, Denmark, Astana, :56. 11. Richie Porte, Australia, BMC Racing, same time. 12. Mikel Landa, Spain, Movistar, :58. 13. Adam Yates, Britain, Mitchelton-Scott, 1:05. 14. Chris Froome, Britain, Sky, same time. 15. Soren Kragh Andersen, Denmark, Sunweb, 1:06. 16. Vincenzo Nibali, Italy, Bahrain-Merida, 1:11. 17. Primoz Roglic, Slovenia, LottoNL-Jumbo, 1:20. 18. Bauke Mollema, Netherlands, Trek-Segafredo, 1:21. 19. Tom Dumoulin, Netherlands, Sunweb, 1:26. 20. Steven Kruijswijk, Netherlands, LottoNL-Jumbo, 1:29.Also23. Romain Bardet, France, AG2R La Mondiale, 1:48. 27. Nairo Quintana, Colombia, Movistar, 2:13. 75. Chad Haga, United States, Sunweb, 11:30. 131. Ian Boswell, United States, Katusha Alpecin, 27:00. 162. Taylor Phinney, United States, EF Education First-Drapac, 38:00. 170. Lawson Craddock, United States, EF Education First-Drapac, 1:00:03.TOUR DE FRANCE STAGESJuly 7 „ Stage 1: Noirmoutier-en-lIle„Fontenayle-Comte, ” at (201km-124.9 miles) (Stage: Fernando Gaviria, Colombia; Yellow Jersey: Gaviria) July 8 „ Stage 2: Mouilleron-Saint-Germain„La Roche-sur-Yon, ” at (182.5-113.4) (Peter Sagan, Slovakia; Sagan) July 9 „ Stage 3: Cholet„Cholet, team time trial (35.5-22) (BMC Racing; Greg Van Avermaet, Belgium)July 10 „ Stage 4: La Baule„Sarzeau, ” at (195121.2) (Gaviria; Van Avermaet) Wednesday „ Stage 5: Lorient„Quimper, hilly (204.5-127.1) (Sagan; Van Avermaet)Thursday „ Stage 6: Brest„Mur de Bretagne Guerledan, hilly (181-112.5) (Dan Martin, Ireland; Van Avermaet) Friday „ Stage 7: Fougeres„Chartres, ” at (231143.5) (Dylan Groenewegen, Netherlands; Van Avermaet) Today „ Stage 8: Dreux„Amiens Metropole, ” at (181-112.5) July 15 „ Stage 9: Arras Citadelle„Roubaix, hilly (156.5-97.2) July 16 „ Rest: Annecy July 17 „ Stage 10: Annecy„Le Grand-Bornand, high mountain (158.5-98.5) July 18 „ Stage 11: Albertville„La Rosiere Espace San Bernardo, high mountain (108.5-67.4) July 19 „ Stage 12: Bourg-Saint-Maurice les Arcs„Alpe dHuez, high mountain (175.5-109.1) July 20 „ Stage 13: Bourg dOisans„Valence, ” at (169.5-105.3) July 21 „ Stage 14: Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux„ Mende, hilly (188-116.8) July 22 „ Stage 15: Millau„Carcassonne, hilly (181.5-112.8) July 23 „ Rest: Carcassonne July 24 „ Stage 16: Carcassonne„Bagneres-deLuchon, mountain (218-135.5) July 25 „ Stage 17: Bagneres-de-Luchon„SaintLary-Soulan, high mountain (65-40.4) July 26 „ Stage 18: Trie-sur-Baise„Pau, ” at (171-106.3) July 27 „ Stage 19: Lourdes„Laruns, high mountain (200.5-124.6) July 28 „ Stage 20: Saint-Pee-sur-Nivelle„ Espelette, individual time trial (31-19.3) July 29 „ Stage 21: Houilles„Paris ChampsElysees, ” at (116-72.1) Total „ 3,351 kilometers, 2082 miles An g elle Sam p e y, 257. 10 Hector Arana 255.

PAGE 49

Page 6 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, July 14, 2018 / The Sun Kingsway Country Club E x p e r i e n c e P u r e G o l f Experience Pure Golf For Tee Times Please Call 941-625-8898 or visit Kingswaycountryclub.com1 mile East of Exit 170, I-75 (Kings Highway) Left at Kingsway Circleadno=50538508SOCCER: World CupBy Howard Fendrich and Ronald BlumAssociated PressMOSCOW „ Roger Federer almost sounded offended when asked whether he would be concerned about Centre Court spectators paying too much attention to the World Cup final during the Wimbledon mens singles final. Im more concerned the World Cup final will have issues because the Wimbledon final is going on,Ž he quipped. Theyll hear every point, Wow, love-15, 15-30. The players are going to look up in the crowd and not understand whats going on at Wimbledon.Ž Thats how important Wimbledon is to me,Ž the eight-time champion said, before he was eliminated in the quarterfinals this week, and to us over here.Ž Whats a viewer to choose this Sunday? The Wimbledon final between the man who beat Federer, Kevin Anderson, and Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic could be only about halfway done in London when the World Cup final between France and Croatia kicks off in Moscow. This years soccer final starts at 11 a.m. EDT, an unusual time: nine of the 10 World Cup finals from 1978 through 2014 started in the 2-3:30 p.m. EDT range. The exception was the 2002 finale in Japan, which began at 7 a.m. EDT. Im sure the change they made was to maximize their audience worldwide, considering the time in China, Japan, Russia, all the other major countries,Ž said former CBS Sports President Neal Pilson, now an industry consultant. The soccer game begins at 6 p.m. local time at Luzhniki Stadium, which is 5 p.m. in Paris and Zagreb. The shift appears aimed at soccers ever-increasing Asian audience, with the start time at 11 p.m. in Tokyo and midnight in Beijing. Four of FIFAs 11 top-level partners and sponsors are Chinese companies. The kickoff times for the FIFA World Cup were set in cooperation with a range of stakeholders and taking into account a number of aspects such as the global broadcast market and feasibility for the fans „ both in terms of attending the matches and reaching a wide TV audience,Ž soccers governing body said in an email to The Associated Press. In the U.S., the soccer is on Fox and the tennis on ESPN. In Britain, the soccer is on both BBC1 and ITV, and the tennis on BBC1. Tennis would switch to BBC2 if the finals overlap. In due respect to the All England Club, the finals of Wimbledon is a blip on the radar when youre talking about the World Cup final,Ž Pilson said. Its unfortunate, and it does hurt in the United States, where tennis has a significant audience.Ž Dates for the World Cup final have ranged from June 10 to July 30, and each has been on a Sunday except for the first tournament in Uruguay in 1930, and the 1966 tournament in England. The Wimbledons mens singles final was scheduled for a Saturday through 1981. The World Cup final has twice been the same day as the mens singles final, on July 8, 1990, in Rome, and on July 9, 2006, in Berlin. Those soccer matches started at 8 p.m. local time (2 p.m. EDT), about two hours after the tennis ended: Stefan Edbergs 6-2, 6-2, 3-6, 3-6, 6-4 win over Boris Becker in 1990, and Federers 6-0, 7-6 (5), 6-7 (2), 6-3 win over Nadal in 2006. W orld Cup, Wimbledon “ nals could overlapAP PHOTOSpectators attend the mens singles quarterfinal tennis match between John Isner of the United States and Canadas Milos Raonic, at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London, Wednesday. By GRAHAM DUNBARAssociated PressMOSCOW „ Kylian Mbappe has electrified the World Cup with his speed and youthful exuberance. Luka Modric has coolly controlled matches in Russia with his graceful play in the middle. Whether France wins its second title in 20 years or Croatia raises the trophy for the first time Sunday at the Luzhniki Stadium in front of Russian President Vladimir Putin and nearly a billion television viewers could turn on the play of the two stars. The 19-year-old Mbappe has been the biggest sensation at the tournament in Russia, scoring three goals „ including two against Argentina in the round of 16 „ and creating havoc for opposing defenses with his pace and his agility. Its going to be the biggest match of my life, for sure,Ž the Paris Saint-Germain forward said Friday. Although Mbappe has impressed for France at the month-long tournament, Modric has been the rock and the spark for Croatia. When the Real Madrid midfielder has the ball at feet, good things seem to happen for Croatia. Even when you think theyre going to lose, or going to crack, they always have the mentality to come back,Ž Mbappe said of the Croatian team. Its a team that plays with a lot of intensity.Ž France last won the World Cup title in 1998, at home. The French defeated Croatia in the semifinals that year, which until now had been the countrys best showing at the tournament. The heads of state from both countries are expected to sit with Putin. Will Smith is set to headline the closing ceremony. Croatia, a country of 4.5 million people which gained independence from the former Yugoslavia only 27 years ago, enters the final after playing three straight extra-time matches, including two nerve-racking penalty shootouts. In all three of those matches, Croatia has had to recover from being a goal down. The players never gave up. When you put the sacred Croatia shirt on you become a different person,Ž Croatia midfielder Ivan Rakitic said through a translator. Im not trying to say its a superior feeling that the French have for France, or Russians for Russia. The best feeling is to be Croat these days and this is the source of all our strength.Ž While Croatia had to rally to keep advancing, France won all three of its knockout games in the regulation 90 minutes and trailed for only nine of the 540-plus minutes it has been on the field.Mbappe, France to face Modric, Croatia for World Cup titleAP PHOTOSCroatias Luka Modric, left, Sime Vrsaljko and Ivan Rakitic, right, celebrate after Croatias Mario Mandzukic scored his sides second goal during the semifinal match between Croatia and England at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, onWednesday. Frances Kylian Mbappe, right, and Presnel Kimpembe celebrate at the end of the semifinal match between France and Belgium at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the St. Petersburg Stadium, in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Tuesday. By JAMES ELLINGWORTHAssociated PressST. PETERSBURG, Russia „ How do you stay motivated for the game no one wants to play? England and Belgium have different answers. After both were eliminated in the World Cup semifinals, a once-in-alifetime chance gone, the teams have to play again in Saturdays third-place game. As always in English football, coach Gareth Southgate and his men are looking back to the England team that won the World Cup in 66. Beating Belgium on Saturday would give England its best World Cup finish since then, surpassing fourth place in Italy in 1990. We have a chance to win a medal at a World Cup, which only one English team has ever done, so theres a lot of motivation for us,Ž Southgate said Friday. After exceeding expectations by reaching the semifinal, only to lose 2-1 to Croatia in extra time, England wants to keep its positive buzz. None of us knows if thats as good as it gets,Ž Southgate said. Weve raised expectation and I dont see a problem with that because weve also raised belief. Weve raised their enjoyment of playing. They now associated playing for England with enjoyment, fun, and not being under siege.Ž For Belgium coach Roberto Martinez, its about leaving Russia with a warm feeling and playing attractive football to inspire the next generation. We want to win. When you finish a tournament you carry the feeling of the last game ... Every Belgian fan deserves that winning feeling,Ž he said. For us the way you play is essential, not just for this tournament but for future generations.Ž Third would be Belgiums best-ever World Cup performance. It finished fourth in 1986 after losing the playoff 4-2 in extra time to France. Both coaches have one eye on fitness for what will be each teams seventh game in 26 days. Southgate said he wants to make as few changes as possible,Ž but may need to switch some players due to injury and illness. He wouldnt confirm whether hed give either of his reserve goalkeepers, Jack Butland and Nick Pope, their first game of the tournament in place of Jordan Pickford. We need to have everyone fully fit on the pitch. There are players who have played a lot of minutes and we need to have that in mind,Ž Martinez said. Were going to have the strongest team on the pitch but maybe changes will need to be made.ŽBy RONALD BLUMAssociated PressMOSCOW „ Budweiser has a boat on the Moscow River and a disco. Coke set up an interactive sculpture-video installation in Gorky Park and entertained 5,000 guests during the monthlong tournament. Visa built a campaign around former Sweden star Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Business went on at the World Cup without the presence of the United States, although the tournaments visibility decreased across America. The absence of the U.S. team here doesnt change what were doing,Ž said Ricardo Fort, The Coca-Cola Co.s head of global sponsorships. The real value is based on how broad our programs are implemented. We have over 180 countries doing work.Ž FIFA said after the group stage that of 2.6 million tickets sold, U.S. residents bought about 97,000 on FIFAs website and from its ticketing centers, second only to host Russias 1.1 million. The U.S. was second to host Brazil in 2014, but the American total was around 200,000 that year. We were all disappointed when the U.S. team didnt qualify,Ž said Brian Perkins, vice president of global marketing for Budweiser at Anheuser-Busch InBev. But two-thirds of the sales of Budweiser globally are sold outside of the U.S., so actually the bigger part of the business is international, and thats where all the growth is coming from as well. It really didnt change much at all.Ž World Cup advertising increased sharply in the U.S. during the past few tournaments. Nike used a 70-foot advertising board near New Yorks Penn Station and its store windows to attract attention. Plans for U.S. marketing changed last October when the U.S. lost at Trinidad and Tobago, ending a string of seven straight World Cup appearances dating to 1990. Since Team USA will not be competing, we dont have much going on,Ž Nike spokesman Ilana Finley said in an email. Past World Cups contributed to soccers growth in the U.S., both at Major League Soccer and at the youth level. The four matches involving the American team in 2014 were seen by 10 million to 18 million viewers on ESPN and generated what then-U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati called water-cooler talk.Ž That opportunity was lost in this four-year cycle.Corporations market despite absence of USAP PHOTOEngland head coach Gareth Southgate attends a news conference in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Friday on the eve of the third place match between England and Belgium at the 2018 soccer World Cup. Southgate and Martinez tackle game no one wants to play AP PHOTOA helicopter sits atop the Budweiser boat, parked on the Moskva River on July 5 during the 2018 soccer World Cup in Moscow, Russia.

PAGE 50

MarcyGordon ;AlexNieves € AP Source:InvestmentCompanyInstitute IndependentRetirementAccounts Regulators say its important for investors to get unbiased advice for their retirement decisions. An Obama administration rule targeting brokers conflicts of interest has been stalled in a legal fight, struck down by a federal appeals court. Now the Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed a new version of the rule, requiring brokerage firms to act in the best interest of a retail customer when recommending securities trades or investment strategies. Critics say its watered down from the original Labor Department rule. But the SEC says it would improve investors relationships with advisers and brokers, while preserving their choice of types of advice and investment products. Hundreds of billions of dollars in retirement investments are at stake. SEC Chairman Jay Clayto n has been on a road trip around the country this summer, inviting Main Street investorsŽ in several cities to talk about their experiences and relationships with financial professionals. The input will help the regulators shape the final rule, the agency says. Those who cant attend in person can submit information to www.sec.gov/Tell-Us.Seeking investor input 0 5 10 15 20 25 $30 trillion 17 16 15 10 05 00 95 Defined benefit/pension plans Defined contribution plans (such as 401(k)s) IRAs*U.S. retirement assets Source: ZEW David McHugh; Alex Nieves € APThe investment analysts surveyed by Germanys ZEW institute can be a moody bunch. Right now theyre on edge about the possibility of a global trade war that could raise import taxes and hinder international buying and selling of goods and services. Few economies are more exposed than Germanys. Fully 47 percent of GDP is exports. In July, the ZEW index fell for a sixth straight month to the lowest since August 2012 despite otherwise robust economic data on orders, industrial production and jobs. So will Trump tank Germanys upswing? Economist Carsten Brzeski at financial group ING takes comfort from the fact that the ZEWs track record for predicting slowdowns is mixed. It fell ahead of economic slowdowns in 2010 and 2012, but a 2006 dip was followed by strong growth: Recent data releases support our view that the truth is somewhere in the middle. The economy is nowhere near falling off a cliff. Instead, it seems to be in a transition period towards growth normalization.ŽTrade fears -30 0 30 60 18 17 16 15 14 13 12Germany ZEW economic sentiment e ye d b y be a moody e dge about the a r that could n g of y So will T upswing? financial g thefact t h predi fe Top Weekly Exchange Traded Funds $0$550$1,100 Copper Emerging-market stocks Gold Asian stocks European stocks Investment-grade bonds High-yield bonds Utilities stocks REITs S&P 500 Health care stocks Small-cap stocks Technology stocks Oil 1-week percent change $1,000 invested at the end of last year ... ... today is worthPerformance benchmarks: industries sectors of the Standard & Poors 500 index; international stocks MSCI indexes; bond returns Barclays Capital and BofA Merrill Lynch indexes. Source: FactSet Data through July 12-4.7 2.3 -0.2 1.4 1.4 -0.6 -1.2 0.4 0.0 -0.2 0.5 -0.7 1.2 -1.7Technology stocks jumped more than 2 percent this week and oil held on to the Derbys top spot despite falling nearly 5 percent. Utilities stocks and copper also posted losses for the week.$1,000Derby StocksBonds Commodities% $1,164 1,161 1,108 1,065 1,057 1,025 1,015 1,006 986 983 955 952 940 841AP DB FI Gbl HiYld2023 FIEG 162.99 +26.29 +19.2 +10.1 +7.7 Direx Em Mkt Bull EMBU 21.70 +2.28 +11.7 +11.7 ... Citigp Vel Inv Crde DWT 6.82 +0.66 +10.7 -28.5 -80.0 Direx Aero & Def Bul DFEN 49.67 +4.39 +9.7 +1.3 +61.4 Etrac AlerianInfra MLPB 22.67 +1.95 +9.4 -1.7 -8.4 Dir Dly Gold Bear3x DUST 25.28 +2.09 +9.0 +3.5 -24.1 Velocity Daily Inv EXIV 37.10 +3.00 +8.8 -5.0 +18.8 Direxion GoldMinBear JDST 51.08 +3.95 +8.4 +1.0 -28.0 USCF Short Oil USOD 5.39 +0.41 +8.2 -29.8 ... Etracs 2xLevHomebldr HOML 48.00 +3.50 +7.9 +0.1 +29.3 Direx DlyBrazilBull BRZU 21.08 +1.45 +7.4 +12.0 -35.6 Direx India Bull 3X INDL 79.34 +5.30 +7.2 +2.8 -6.0 Citigroup Long GBP DJPY 24.52 +1.62 +7.1 +7.5 ... ProShs UltPro Dow30 UDOW 92.53 +5.92 +6.8 -1.7 +48.5 ProShs UltraPro QQQ TQQQ 65.26 +4.18 +6.8 +4.0 +86.9 Direxion Indsut Bull DUSL 31.81 +2.00 +6.7 -6.7 +12.0 UBS 3x Inverse Crude WTID 7.64 +0.48 +6.7 -25.5 -79.8 ProShs Ultra Sht NG KOLD 43.21 +2.61 +6.4 +19.0 +25.6 Direx 300 China A CHAU 20.79 +1.21 +6.2 -19.1 -9.7 Direxion TechBull 3x TECL 151.41 +8.76 +6.1 +2.1 +95.8 Rex Volmx In Vx Wk F VMIN 3.29 +0.19 +6.1 -0.6 -85.3 CS VS Inv Vix MTerm ZIV 78.53 +4.30 +5.8 +0.9 +9.1 KraneShs New China KFYP 32.85 +1.78 +5.7 -8.4 +4.1 ProShs Ult Nasd Biot UBIO 41.35 +2.18 +5.6 +19.5 +24.7 PwSh Crude DblSht DTO 55.72 +2.71 +5.1 -21.0 -63.6 Prsh Ulshrt Gold Min GDXS 14.72 +0.72 +5.1 +1.4 -14.7 Deutsche CSI 300 Ch ASHX 18.88 +0.88 +4.9 -8.9 -8.2 Direx Hlthcre Bull3x CURE 52.06 +2.44 +4.9 +6.1 +23.5 VanEck Vect Chin AMC CNXT 29.47 +1.36 +4.8 -6.8 -4.6 ProShs UltSht Crude SCO 16.02 +0.74 +4.8 -17.3 -63.5 ProShs Ultra Dow30 DDM 44.29 +1.94 +4.6 -0.9 +33.2 ProShs Ultra S&P500 UPRO 51.10 +2.18 +4.5 +1.8 +43.8 ProShs Ultra QQQ QLD 94.58 +4.09 +4.5 +2.9 +56.5 Direxion S&PBull 3x SPXL 48.45 +2.08 +4.5 +1.9 +43.6 CS EnhEur50 ETN 9-18 FIEU 128.71 +5.56 +4.5 +3.7 +4.1 VanEck Rare Earth St REMX 23.69 +1.00 +4.4 -2.1 +27.1 Fst Tr Nasd Pharma FTXH 22.64 +0.95 +4.4 +2.7 +11.7 ProSh Ultra Tech ROM 112.85 +4.78 +4.4 +1.3 +62.9 CS Velocity3xInvSilv DSLV 27.43 +1.13 +4.3 +15.8 -12.4 Global X China Matls CHIM 18.21 +0.75 +4.3 -12.0 +3.4 $CHG PCT RETURN FUNDS TICKER FRI 1WK 1WK 1MO 1YR The Department of Justice said it will appeal a ruling that allowed AT&T to buy Time Warner. The banks revenue growth was relatively weak even though the U.S. economy continues to grow. The banks profit disappointed investors as a scandal over fraudulent accounts continued to affect its business. Stocks finished modestly higher Friday, closing out the markets second straight week of gains. Industrial and consumer-goods companies were among the biggest gainers. Energy stocks also rose. Banks took some of the biggest losses. Small-company stocks fell. 45 50 55 $60 AJ MJ Wells FargoWFC Close: $55.36 -0.67 or -1.2% $49.27$66.31 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 34.3m (1.8x avg.) $269.8 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 13.7 2.8% 65 70 $75 AJ MJ CitigroupC Close: $67.00 -1.51 or -2.2% $64.38$80.70 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 34.0m (2.1x avg.) $170.9 b 52-week range PE: Yield: ... 1.9% 30 32 34 $36 AJ MJ AT&TT Close: $31.67 -0.56 or -1.7% $31.40$39.80 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 53.1m (1.3x avg.) $194.5 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 6.4 6.3% Best Stocks One MonthBEST LARGE-CAP STOCKS Sarepta Thera SRPT 139.42 0.1 36.3 296.7 dd ... Darden Rest DRI 112.09 1.6 19.1 27.3 23 2.7 Parsley Energy PE 32.07 1.3 19.0 13.9 53 ... RPM Intl RPM 60.81 0.6 18.8 10.4 21 2.1 CA Inc CA 44.06 20.0 18.2 31.6 20 2.3 Cdn Nat Res CNQ 36.90 1.2 18.2 28.1 ... ... Petrobras A PBR/A 9.38 1.8 18.0 15.2 ... ... Concho Resources CXO 148.08 4.7 17.8 18.3 22 ... Cimarex Energy XEC 99.97 -0.6 17.5 8.2 21 0.6 Regeneron Pharm REGN 367.64 -0.5 16.6 -26.3 28 ... Vertex Pharm VRTX 180.50 4.1 16.4 35.6 cc ... FEMSA FMX 95.52 -0.2 16.1 -3.4 ... 0.8 Line Corp LN 45.11 2.9 15.6 29.3 ... ... Cenovus Energy CVE 10.57 -2.3 14.6 49.5 8 ... Biogen Inc BIIB 348.48 -2.5 14.2 26.4 21 ... Apache Corp APA 47.45 1.2 14.0 1.0 30 2.1 Diamondback Energy FANG 131.34 -2.7 13.6 48.0 25 ... Spectra Energy Ptrs SEP 35.68 0.4 13.4 -12.7 10 8.4 FRIDAY %CHG %CHG %RTN COMPANY TICKER CLOSE 1WK 1MO 1YR PE YLDBEST MID-CAP STOCKS Solid Biosciences SLDB 42.35 0.2 59.8 ... dd ... Natera Inc NTRA 21.59 8.3 51.5 98.6 dd ... Arrowhead Pharma ARWR 16.41 3.7 48.2 951.9 dd ... Acxiom Corp ACXM 42.40 6.7 41.2 60.9 83 ... Zogenix Inc ZGNX 61.35 31.7 36.3 273.9 dd ... RegenxBio Inc RGNX 77.35 -2.5 35.7 271.9 56 ... Foundation Medicine FMI 136.70 0.0 34.1 247.3 dd ... Opko Health Inc OPK 5.86 12.5 33.2 1.8 dd ... WillScot Corp WSC 15.85 6.7 30.5 57.5 ... ... Tandem Diabetes Cre TNDM 25.89 12.3 30.0 338.0 dd ... ENSCO PLC ESV 7.60 4.7 29.9 55.6 dd 0.5 Heron Therapeutics HRTX 38.75 -5.1 29.4 179.0 dd ... Gray Television GTN 15.65 -2.5 29.3 17.2 9 ... Denbury Res DNR 4.89 -0.6 28.0 218.6 dd ... Momenta Pharm MNTA 28.00 23.3 27.9 56.4 dd ... Acceleron Pharma XLRN 45.86 -1.8 27.3 49.9 dd ... Simply Good Foocs Co SMPL 17.22 13.7 26.6 41.6 ... ... Endo Intl plc ENDP 11.12 2.4 25.2 -4.6 dd ...BEST SMALL-CAP STOCKS Renren Inc RENN 2.45 2.1 169.2 90.0 dd ... Innovate Biopharma INNT 23.70 16.0 128.8 117.3 ... ... Xerium Tech XRM 13.32 0.3 95.9 80.0 cc ... Arbutus Biopharma ABUS 11.70 27.2 84.3 204.6 dd ... TransGlobe Engy TGA 4.05 37.8 80.8 189.2 dd 4.9 ShiftPixy Inc PIXY 4.62 78.4 79.8 -70.5 ... ... Lifevantage Corp LFVN 9.34 10.7 71.7 127.0 ... ... Siebert Fncl SIEB 15.07 18.4 66.5 256.1 dd 0.7 Hornbeck Offsh Svcs HOS 5.18 10.0 62.4 108.4 dd ... CLPS Incorporation CLPS 14.29 31.6 60.6 ... ... ... Legacy Resrvs LP pfB LGCYO 16.11 -4.4 56.4 0.0 ... 12.4 BioLife Solutions BLFS 19.79 16.3 53.8 510.9 dd ... Danaos Corp DAC 2.03 -15.6 50.0 24.3 3 ... Finjan Holdings Inc FNJN 4.47 18.3 49.5 35.3 5 ... Gray Television A GTN/A 15.25 2.7 47.3 28.1 23 ... Apollo Endosurgery APEN 8.97 22.4 45.9 36.7 ... ... AC Immune SA ACIU 13.77 7.1 43.4 78.2 ... ... Funko Inc FNKO 16.11 8.3 41.4 ... 85 ...Industry Rankings 1. Utilities -1.2 5.9 6.2 ^% | 7641 2.4 2. Oil & Gas 0.7 3.5 7.5 ^% | 9996432 18.5 3. Health Care 1.7 2.3 7.8 ^% | 987651 11.3 4. Telecommunications -1.6 0.9 -1.7 %#@542 | -0.6 5. Consumer Services 2.1 0.9 10.9 ^% | 99986532 21.6 6. Technology 2.2 0.8 9.5 ^% | 99998761 28.4 DJ Total Market index 1.4 0.7 5.7 ^% | 997643 14.1 7. Consumer Goods 0.7 0.3 0.6 65 | -1.1 8. Financials 0.8 -0.5 1.9 ^% | 98642 9.7 9. Industrials 2.0 -1.1 2.3 ^% | 98752 10.6 10. Basic Material 0.3 -1.9 1.2 ^% | 976532 8.5 PERCENT CHANGE %RTN INDUSTRY 1WK 1MO 1QTR 1YR Water -0.9 8.3 8.6 &^%$@! | 7654321 11.6 Aquaventure Holdings WAAS +2.7 +15.8 +24.3 &^%$@! | 765321 +10.9 Consol Water Co Inc CWCO +10.8 +10.8 +5.9 &^%$@! | 851 +13.2 Pure Cycle Corp PCYO +5.4 +9.2 +15.8 &^%$@! | 982 +35.1 Aqua America Inc WTR -0.9 +8.5 +8.9 &^%$@! | 851 +13.2 Amer Water Works AWK -0.9 +8.2 +8.5 &^%$@! | 852 +13.3 Multiutilities -1.4 6.4 5.9 &^%$@! | 0.0 Genie Energy Ltd GNE +1.5 +17.2 +54.4 ^%$#@!65421 | -5.4 Duke Energy DUK -1.2 +8.5 +5.2 &^%$@! | 1 +0.1 Ameren Corp AEE -1.0 +7.8 +10.6 &^%$@! | 8651 +16.1 WEC Energy Group WEC -1.8 +7.6 +5.9 &^%$@! | 7652 +10.4 CenterPoint Energy CNP -0.6 +7.2 +4.1 &^%$@! | 6541 +5.2 Gas Distribution -2.0 5.8 10.9 &^%$@! | 6542 5.3 Antero Resources AR -0.4 +11.6 +5.0 &^%$@! | 2 +0.2 Hess Corp HES -1.5 +10.8 +18.1 &^%$@! | 997653 +57.1 ConocoPhillips COP +3.4 +10.2 +10.9 &^%$@! | 9987641 +67.8 Suncor Energy SU +1.8 +7.0 +10.7 &^%$@! | 98765 +45.1 Enable Midstream ENBL +0.5 +5.7 +28.1 &^%$@! | 86432 +15.9Electricity -1.2 5.6 5.7 &^%$@! | 5421 2.5 Sunrun Inc RUN +1.7 +15.6 +85.3 &^%$@! | 9999743 +126.1 Vivint Solar Inc VSLR +8.7 +10.9 +40.0 &^#@!521 | -1.8 DTE Energy Co DTE -0.8 +9.4 +3.7 &^%$@! | 6321 +3.6 CMS Engy CMS -1.5 +8.6 +8.2 &^%$@! | 7432 +7.1 Edison Intl EIX -0.9 +8.6 +3.5 765421 | -11.2Utilities sectors (best performers)Excludes stocks with market values less than $100 million. Bar chart for stocks with annual returns of more than 100 percent not shown to scale. Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 51

A -:A-MarkPM Q AMRK .32 2.5 55 18.83 10.39 5 12.75 38 13.13 12.65 -.38 -13.0 AAC Hldgs N AAC 13.06 5.99 104 10.04 709 10.51 9.25 +.56 +11.6 AAON Q AAON .32f .9 43 40.25 29.05 98 35.75 793 36.10 34.93 +.45 -2.6 AAR N AIR .30 .7 49.05 34.25 346 45.64 3189 48.99 42.41 -1.56 +16.2 ABB Ltd N ABB .76e 3.5 28.67 21.22 2055 21.63 13320 21.94 21.32 +.08 -19.4 ABM N ABM .70 2.2 19 45.12 28.17 658 31.38 3075 31.68 30.13 +1.31 -16.8sAC Immun n Q ACIU 16.36 6.03 112 13.77 1929 16.36 11.50 +.91 +7.6 ACI Wwde Q ACIW 27.16 20.23 316 26.30 1580 26.57 25.81 +.28 +16.0 ACM Rsc n Q ACMR 15.60 4.74 112 12.63 443 12.91 10.66 +1.78 +140.6 ACNB Cp Q ACNB .92f 2.6 19 36.00 24.45 6 34.80 43 36.00 34.08 -.70 +17.8sADT Inc n N ADT 9.12 6.93 2936 8.96 11179 9.21 8.22 +.78 +14.6 AES Corp N AES .52 3.9 12 13.56 9.86 3717 13.18 34831 13.19 12.55 +.18 +21.7 AFLAC s N AFL 1.04 2.4 13 46.19 38.31 2237 42.60 14469 43.45 42.13 -.31 AG MtgeIT N MITT 2.00f 10.4 7 19.95 16.31 125 19.15 768 19.38 19.12 -.10 +.7sAG Mtg pfA N MITTpA 2.06 8.0 25.91 24.88 1 25.91 9 25.92 25.47 +.26 +2.2sAG Mtg pfB N MITTpB 2.00 7.8 25.73 24.50 0 25.63 19 25.73 25.46 -.00 +1.2tAGCO N AGCO .60 1.0 26 75.95 56.36 822 60.38 3374 63.59 56.36 -.55 -15.5 AGNC Inv Q AGNC 2.16 11.3 7 21.94 17.84 2230 19.06 19650 19.18 18.92 -.01 -5.6 AGNC pfB Q AGNCB 1.94 7.5 26.87 25.28 14 25.82 40 25.96 25.76 +.05 -.1 AGNC pfC Q AGNCN 1.75 6.8 26.79 24.95 30 25.80 97 26.16 25.80 -.20 +.3tAH Belo N AHC .32 6.9 5.80 4.25 47 4.65 224 4.70 4.25 +.25 -3.1 AK Steel N AKS 21 6.88 4.00 7059 4.61 57403 4.73 4.40 +.02 -18.6 ALJ Reg n Q ALJJ 3.75 1.42 14 1.95 110 1.98 1.90 +.01 -38.3 AMAG Ph Q AMAG 25.63 11.93 570 21.75 2737 22.40 19.85 +1.50 +64.2 AMC Ent N AMC .80 4.7 22.40 10.80 1443 17.05 7476 17.85 16.52 -.25 +12.9 AMC Net Q AMCX 12 69.02 46.89 584 63.38 2412 64.43 62.13 +.53 +17.2 AMCON A DIT .72 .9 9 113.60 80.95 0 81.30 1 87.05 81.25 +.20 -16.9 AMN Hlth N AMN 23 68.20 34.85 328 59.55 1729 62.50 59.17 -2.15 +20.9 ANGI Hme Q ANGI 16.61 10.24 125 16.37 900 16.52 15.76 +.19 +56.5 ANI Ph h Q ANIP 29 74.70 42.23 48 70.88 439 72.46 70.00 -.12 +10.0tARC Docu N ARC 11 4.84 1.65 257 1.64 1897 1.85 1.62 -.11 -35.7 ARC Grp Q ARCW 3.10 1.80 2 2.55 67 2.60 2.30 +.25 +21.4 ARCAbio rs Q ABIO 2.71 .45 245 .60 1613 .64 .55 +.06 -55.3tASA Gold N ASA .04e .4 12.99 10.00 124 10.05 338 10.48 9.99 -.30 -11.2 ASLAN n Q ASLN 10.44 5.08 10 7.65 39 8.64 7.29 -.65 +36.4 ASML Hld Q ASML 1.71e .9 40 216.90 133.51 423 199.19 4117 200.69 193.33 +1.87 +14.6 ASV Hld n Q ASV 10.80 4.75 6 6.72 80 6.93 5.89 +.69 -33.8 AT&T Inc N T 2.00 6.3 12 39.80 31.17 53330 31.67 222176 32.50 31.50 -.51 -18.5 AT&T 66 n N TBB 26.72 24.47 263 25.35 932 25.51 25.27 +.01 -2.8 ATA Inc Q ATAI .41e 9.1 6.62 4.02 0 4.50 23 4.97 4.06 +.42 -2.6 ATN Intl Q ATNI .68 1.2 67.90 49.34 31 56.80 222 57.60 56.09 +.42 +2.8 A10 Ntwks N ATEN 8.36 5.63 227 7.27 1937 7.39 6.91 +.28 -5.8 AU Optron N AUO .18e 4.76 3.31 735 4.00 7164 4.26 3.84 +.24 +8.0 AV Homes Q AVHI 6 21.80 14.65 290 21.55 867 21.60 21.45 +29.4 AVX Cp N AVX .46 2.5 20.22 14.51 363 18.07 1530 18.70 17.96 +.07 +4.5 AXA EqH n N EQH 22.25 19.90 731 21.04 7833 21.74 20.70 -.16 -1.6 AXT Inc Q AXTI 26 10.75 5.80 955 8.10 5646 8.80 7.00 +.95 -6.9sAZZ Inc N AZZ .68 1.2 24 54.95 39.50 160 54.65 1184 54.95 53.25 +1.80 +6.9 Aarons N AAN .12 .3 10 49.77 34.29 436 44.89 1850 45.23 43.86 +.76 +12.6 Abaxis Q ABAX .72f .9 71 83.98 43.66 121 83.28 884 83.36 83.17 +.05 +68.2 AbbottLab N ABT 1.12 1.8 28 64.60 47.83 5327 63.06 21078 63.44 62.14 +1.18 +10.5 AbbVie N ABBV 3.84 4.0 17 125.86 69.38 3712 96.63 27025 98.95 94.10 +.67 -.1 AbeonaTh Q ABEO 22.75 7.01 573 14.75 4157 16.14 13.90 -1.20 -6.9 AberFitc N ANF .80 3.2 17 29.20 8.81 1624 25.16 7501 26.08 24.11 -.84 +44.3 AbdAsPac A FAX .42 9.6 5.29 4.32 624 4.36 2657 4.38 4.33 +.03 -10.6 AbdAustEq A IAF .70e 11.6 6.77 5.85 36 6.03 218 6.16 6.03 -.12 -5.3 AbdnChile A CH .58e 8.2 9.64 6.76 271 7.04 1395 7.11 6.98 +.03 -21.2 AbdGlbInc A FCO .84 10.5 9.48 7.81 24 8.01 134 8.03 7.85 +.16 -9.2 AbdJapnEq N JEQ .48e .7 9.89 8.32 19 8.52 117 8.60 8.39 +.01 -5.5 Ability rs Q ABIL 14.55 2.14 173 7.09 1161 8.24 6.50 -.39 +61.1 Abiomed Q ABMD 450.93 140.00 530 418.76 3466 421.11 399.18 +12.77 +123.4 Abraxas Q AXAS 41 3.27 1.51 755 2.89 8383 3.23 2.87 -.09 +17.5 AcaciaC n Q ACIA 50.10 24.72 594 35.47 2352 36.48 33.79 +.07 -2.1 AcaciaTc Q ACTG .50 13.0 5.50 2.90 116 3.85 480 4.10 3.80 -.20 -4.9 AcadiaHlt Q ACHC 19 54.34 26.92 357 43.45 3949 43.72 42.29 +1.20 +33.2 AcadiaPh Q ACAD 41.20 14.51 2556 17.46 21221 18.44 16.00 -.38 -42.0 AcadiaRlt N AKR 1.08 4.0 23 30.63 21.34 363 27.00 2433 27.69 26.91 -.68 -1.3 Acasti g rs Q ACST 3.36 .55 84 .59 996 .65 .55 +.00 -37.3 AccelrDiag Q AXDX 30.35 16.75 109 20.95 619 21.55 20.80 -.20 -20.0 Acceleron Q XLRN 50.00 29.57 344 45.86 3239 49.97 44.69 -.84 +8.1sAccenture N ACN 2.66 1.6 27 168.15 123.20 1420 168.09 9099 168.50 164.61 +3.58 +9.8 AccessNt Q ANCX .60 2.1 25 30.99 24.36 40 28.74 265 30.14 28.58 -.96 +3.2sAccoBrds N ACCO .24 1.7 25 14.55 10.35 342 14.45 1714 14.63 13.98 +.40 +18.4 Accuray Q ARAY 6.15 3.60 608 3.90 2424 4.15 3.85 -.23 -9.3 AcelRx Q ACRX 5.75 1.55 1912 3.20 7593 3.65 2.80 -.35 +58.0sAcerTh rs Q ACER 27.80 7.25 18 22.30 97 27.80 22.03 -1.53 +61.0 AcetoCorp Q ACET .04m 1.2 17.10 2.22 118 3.42 1377 3.77 3.33 -.20 -66.9tAchaogen Q AKAO 25.22 7.43 878 7.82 7509 8.64 7.43 -.69 -27.2 AchvLfS rs Q ACHV 52.80 3.28 354 3.55 19515 5.70 3.41 -.04 -73.6 Achillion Q ACHN 5.66 2.58 3529 3.14 6389 3.41 2.80 +.15 +9.0 AclarisTh n Q ACRS 30.08 16.01 165 20.59 994 21.97 19.74 +.10 -16.5 AcmeU A ACU .44 2.2 18 28.80 18.51 1 19.74 27 19.97 19.01 +.74 -15.6 AcordaTh Q ACOR 36.35 16.55 261 29.80 2005 30.75 28.68 -.75 +38.9 AcornInt rs N ATV 38.86 9.33 9 21.70 96 22.85 18.93 +2.70 +23.0 ActiniumP A ATNM 1.10 .33 5092 .78 12034 .83 .61 +.16 +17.9 Act TxR n N TAXR 23.79 19.42 13 22.01 41 22.01 21.70 +.28 +2.9sActivsBliz Q ATVI .34f .4 53 81.46 57.29 4530 81.50 30427 81.64 75.35 +4.31 +28.7 Actuant N ATU .04 .1 30.05 21.50 569 28.35 3560 29.70 27.56 -1.10 +12.1 Acuity N AYI .52 .4 16 208.83 109.98 810 134.46 4647 135.50 127.42 +5.99 -23.6 Acushnet n N GOLF 25.66 15.16 69 23.87 717 24.63 23.68 -.66 +13.2sAcxiom Q ACXM 83 41.39 18.60 1464 42.40 5251 42.56 39.12 +2.68 +53.8 AdamasPh Q ADMS 44.00 13.50 522 27.06 2044 27.56 24.83 +1.44 -20.2 AdamisPh Q ADMP 5.85 2.35 292 4.03 3766 4.50 3.80 -.48 -8.5 AdaDvsEq N ADX 1.32e 1.3 16.11 14.30 266 15.77 964 15.84 15.60 +.22 +4.9 AdamsNR N PEO 1.32e 1.0 21.48 16.90 51 20.08 396 20.48 19.86 +.09 +1.2 AdmRsc A AE .88 2.2 50.59 32.80 7 39.50 53 42.09 39.43 -1.55 -9.2 Adaptim n Q ADAP 14.63 4.71 568 11.34 1976 11.50 10.62 -.13 +69.8 AddusHmC Q ADUS 49 61.25 30.95 63 59.80 478 60.45 55.25 +2.30 +71.8 ADDvtgTch Q AEY 2.33 1.21 53 1.47 1037 1.83 1.31 +.14 Adecaogro N AGRO 11.15 7.20 504 8.36 1786 8.62 8.18 -.05 -19.1 AdestoTc n Q IOTS 10.80 4.25 1387 5.70 9227 8.40 5.61 -2.80 -11.6 Adient n N ADNT 1.10 2.3 86.42 47.03 637 48.58 4037 50.88 48.17 -1.46 -38.3 AdmaBio Q ADMA 5.70 2.01 464 4.67 1146 5.16 4.17 +.27 +45.5sAdobeSy Q ADBE 60 258.91 141.57 3934 258.59 13397 259.51 245.85 +10.40 +47.6 Adomani n Q ADOM 18.31 .50 354 .72 2443 .85 .69 -.10 -83.7sAdtalemGl N ATGE .36 .7 21 52.90 30.15 199 52.25 2045 52.90 50.95 +1.60 +24.3 Adtran Q ADTN .36 2.3 43 25.10 13.95 173 15.65 1042 15.75 15.05 +.15 -19.1 AduroBio n Q ADRO 14.05 5.83 317 6.85 1285 7.55 6.70 -.65 -8.7 AdvAuto N AAP .24 .2 25 143.42 78.81 835 139.34 4042 141.91 136.37 +2.17 +39.8sAdvDisp n N ADSW 25.71 21.50 227 25.43 2723 25.80 24.82 +.52 +6.2 AdvDrainS N WMS .32f 1.1 24 31.00 17.90 113 28.85 861 29.75 28.48 -.50 +21.0 AdvEmis n Q ADES 1.00 8.6 3 12.20 7.00 40 11.66 226 11.86 11.39 +.01 +20.7 AdvEnId Q AEIS 16 95.00 57.03 306 59.14 1511 61.55 59.10 -2.02 -12.4 AMD Q AMD 17.34 9.04 40606 16.27 226721 16.84 16.02 -.09 +58.3 Advansx n N ASIX 46.51 29.55 256 38.41 911 39.22 37.40 +.83 -8.7 AdvOil&Gs N AAV 6 7.35 2.70 34 3.22 538 3.30 3.10 +.07 -25.1tAdvaxis Q ADXS 7.45 1.15 6980 1.34 10986 1.62 1.15 -.23 -52.8 AdvClayCv N AVK 1.13 7.3 16.80 14.62 41 15.49 256 15.57 15.29 +.34 -2.5 AdvCCvII N AGC .56 10.1 6.49 5.40 98 5.55 568 5.62 5.54 +.04 -7.3 AdvClEnh N LCM .84 10.8 8.87 7.67 34 7.75 118 7.82 7.73 -7.0 AdverumBi Q ADVM 8.59 2.40 402 5.15 4188 6.35 5.10 -.80 +47.1 AdSDorWr N AADR .32e .6 64.00 47.03 22 54.50 157 54.70 52.43 +.94 -7.4stAdS Shrt n Q DWSH 25.03 24.98 1 25.01 204 25.03 24.98 -.1stAdS Micr n Q DWMC 25.00 24.63 1 24.60 8 25.00 24.60 -.4 AdvS Vice n Q ACT 29.50 24.23 5 26.34 15 26.42 26.17 +.05 +.5 AdSNewT n N FNG 24.13 19.60 12 22.08 143 22.24 21.47 +.36 +2.9 AdvS Kor n N KOR 32.69 26.11 4 27.27 4 27.27 27.11 +.54 -12.0sAdvSmCap N SCAP 39.72 30.53 0 39.17 2 39.72 37.35 -.21 +11.9 AdvPacFlt N FLRT 1.56e 50.07 48.52 49.34 1 49.34 48.63 +.33 AdvSSage N HOLD .41e .4 103.68 99.03 99.26 1 99.29 99.26 +.04 tAdvNfltMS N MINC 1.34e 2.8 48.91 47.73 7 47.84 145 47.90 47.01 -.01 -1.1 AdvSStarG N VEGA 31.97 28.75 0 31.57 5 31.57 31.34 +.34 +2.4 AdvTrTabs N TTFS .47e .7 75.63 64.11 2 68.92 14 69.75 68.82 +.24 -3.5 AdMadGBd N FWDB .73e 2.9 27.29 24.20 25.48 9 25.70 25.41 -.14 -1.5 AdMadIntl N FWDI .37e 1.2 33.10 27.31 0 30.63 8 30.70 30.45 +.29 -1.4 AdMadDm N FWDD .18e .3 57.19 47.83 54.18 5 54.33 54.18 +.74 +1.3 AdvActBear N HDGE 8.91 7.43 77 7.59 349 7.66 7.54 -.02 -3.2 Aecom N ACM 11 39.90 30.15 521 32.57 2896 33.41 30.95 -.42 -12.3 AegeanMP N ANW .08 4.7 4 6.00 .60 1370 1.69 10727 1.95 1.52 -.17 -60.7 Aegion Q AEGN 22 28.19 19.11 49 25.62 431 26.80 25.43 -.86 +.7 AegleaBio n Q AGLE 12.00 2.81 265 8.78 1183 10.64 8.70 -1.39 +62.3 Aegon N AEG .25e 4.2 7.48 5.29 917 6.00 9095 6.13 5.89 -.02 -4.8 Aegon cap N AEH 1.59 6.1 26.52 25.40 67 26.21 618 26.30 26.07 -.02 +1.5 Aegon 6.5 N AED 1.63 6.2 26.83 24.55 24 26.36 120 26.59 26.36 -.14 +1.6 Aegon flt N AEB .77 3.1 25.35 23.55 29 24.72 124 24.84 24.60 -.05 +2.2 AehrTest h Q AEHR 4.33 2.12 43 2.63 370 2.74 2.51 +.02 -3.0 Aemetis Q AMTX 3.12 .45 9 1.54 187 1.81 1.51 -.20 +180.0 AerCap N AER 9 56.26 46.76 610 54.95 3732 55.40 54.19 +.36 +4.4 sAeriePhm Q AERI 71.65 47.05 579 73.10 2189 74.55 66.40 +5.70 +22.3 Aerocntry A ACY 3 17.34 10.10 2 15.63 9 15.80 14.75 +.33 +2.6 AerohiveN N HIVE 6.50 3.02 150 4.06 897 4.18 4.01 -.07 -30.4 AerojetR N AJRD 36.25 21.44 539 30.23 2295 30.34 28.93 +.53 -3.1sAeroViron Q AVAV 74.05 36.71 275 73.37 1446 74.05 71.31 +1.30 +30.6 AEtern g rs Q AEZS 3.29 .98 51 1.96 324 2.08 1.94 -.07 -16.9 Aethlon rs Q AEMD 3.85 .79 48 1.30 284 1.36 1.27 -.04 +15.0 Aetna N AET 2.00 1.0 19 194.40 149.69 1995 191.89 9476 193.66 186.81 +5.68 +6.4tAeviGeno Q GNMX 2.65 .98 44 .97 739 1.08 .95 -.05 -18.9 AffilMgrs N AMG 1.20 .8 12 216.99 145.00 367 148.48 1935 152.60 147.82 +.42 -27.7 AffimedNV Q AFMD 2.85 1.15 390 1.80 1066 1.85 1.70 -.05 +38.5 Agenus Q AGEN 6.19 2.13 548 2.19 4330 2.43 2.18 -.23 -32.8 AgileThr h Q AGRX 5.60 .44 192 .54 946 .58 .53 -.02 -79.9 Agilent N A .60 .9 75 75.00 58.22 964 63.38 9463 63.83 62.43 +1.09 -5.4sAgilysys Q AGYS 16.80 9.80 29 16.49 626 16.80 16.21 +.22 +34.3 AgiosPhm Q AGIO 99.82 51.62 200 90.40 1766 91.66 84.66 +5.46 +58.1 Agnico g N AEM .44 43 51.86 37.35 993 45.52 4798 47.42 45.21 -1.35 -1.4sAgreeRlt N ADC 2.16f 4.0 25 54.45 43.74 136 54.11 777 54.45 53.27 -.14 +5.2 AgroFresh Q AGFS 15 9.05 4.94 77 6.95 419 7.15 6.93 -.13 -6.1tAileronT n Q ALRN 15.48 4.84 29 5.02 191 5.53 4.84 -.38 -52.4 Aimmune n Q AIMT 42.00 18.25 334 29.34 1553 29.68 27.96 +.86 -22.4 Air Inds A AIRI .60 39.2 1.95 1.15 49 1.53 215 1.60 1.41 +.03 -9.5 AirLease N AL .40 .9 5 50.70 38.03 533 42.30 2551 43.37 42.08 +.12 -12.0 AirProd N APD 4.40 2.8 23 175.17 141.88 573 157.33 4006 159.67 156.51 +.69 -4.1 AirT Inc Q AIRT 35.08 14.40 5 33.68 24 34.50 30.40 +3.13 +36.4 AirTrnsp Q ATSG 27.67 19.17 118 23.22 789 24.17 22.99 -.48 +.3tAirMedia Q AMCN 2.87 .58 129 .60 644 .64 .57 -.04 -47.8 Aircastle N AYR 1.12 5.5 9 25.30 18.97 293 20.26 2057 21.10 20.19 -.20 -13.4 Airgain n Q AIRG 42 14.05 7.31 22 10.51 270 11.05 10.11 +.39 +16.9 AkamaiT Q AKAM 70 83.08 44.65 1036 77.32 6245 77.73 74.59 +2.15 +18.9 AkariTh rs Q AKTX 11.95 1.70 32 2.10 143 2.16 2.00 +.04 -51.5 AkceaTh n Q AKCA 33.99 8.10 161 27.80 1455 28.49 23.70 +2.28 +60.1 AkebiaTher Q AKBA 20.25 7.90 509 9.95 2475 10.20 9.75 -.12 -33.1 AkersBios Q AKER 1.82 .12 1848 .36 8069 .38 .34 -.02 +164.9 Akorn Inc Q AKRX 51 33.73 10.76 7522 17.91 26161 19.35 16.81 -.16 -44.4 Akoustis n Q AKTS 9.50 4.86 100 8.80 653 9.03 8.31 +.01 +41.3 AlaPw pf Q N ALPpQ 1.25 4.8 27.05 24.49 4 25.94 66 26.14 25.71 -.26 -2.4 AlamoGp N ALG .44 .5 24 120.58 86.41 45 89.97 237 93.01 89.07 -1.05 -20.3 AlamosGld N AGI .02 .4 8.58 4.83 929 5.59 6602 5.92 5.52 -.26 -14.1 Alarm.cm n Q ALRM 44 49.49 33.39 283 42.93 1594 43.57 42.13 +.64 +13.7 AlaskaAir N ALK 1.28f 2.1 8 95.75 57.53 1057 61.43 8112 63.86 59.85 -.91 -16.4 AlaskCom Q ALSK 56 2.91 1.39 37 1.68 291 1.85 1.68 -.05 -37.3 AlbnyIn N AIN .68 1.1 54 68.85 49.20 44 62.90 405 63.25 61.75 +1.15 +2.4 Albemarle N ALB 1.34f 1.4 21 144.99 86.75 848 95.57 5224 96.84 94.10 +.03 -25.3 Albireo Q ALBO 39.87 20.25 46 34.42 303 37.21 34.06 -2.21 +34.5 Alcentra h Q ABDC .72 11.8 13.61 5.90 53 6.10 315 6.60 6.03 -.41 -27.3 Alcoa Cp N AA 44 62.35 33.68 1350 47.26 11997 48.87 46.59 +.12 -12.3sAlderBioPh Q ALDR 19.35 8.60 838 19.25 5377 19.60 17.35 +1.45 +68.1 AldeyraTh Q ALDX 11.90 3.90 100 8.55 455 8.55 8.05 +.35 +25.7 AlexB Inc N ALEX .28 1.1 34 30.35 20.83 343 25.00 2475 25.43 24.90 -.07 -9.9 Alexanders N ALX 18.00 4.7 436.80 332.98 3 383.88 21 385.51 380.61 -.97 -3.0 AlexREE N ARE 3.72f 2.9 32 134.37 114.00 496 127.91 3658 129.00 127.11 +.24 -2.1 AlxRE pfD N AREpD 1.75 5.0 37.59 33.99 35.24 18 35.25 35.08 +.27 -4.7 AlexcoR g A AXU 1.85 1.10 144 1.32 1102 1.48 1.31 -.14 -17.0 Alexion lf Q ALXN 52 149.34 102.10 1573 135.87 6965 136.47 129.71 +3.67 +13.6tAlgonPw n N AQN .51f 11.34 9.45 299 9.57 1103 9.68 9.45 -.08 -14.2 Alibaba N BABA 56 211.70 142.25 12542 190.04 80411 195.13 187.42 -2.23 +10.2 Alico Q ALCO .24 .7 34.80 25.55 6 32.70 36 32.75 31.00 +.95 +10.8 AlignTech Q ALGN 371.55 150.33 734 363.45 3515 368.97 345.44 +15.98 +63.6 AlimerSc h Q ALIM 1.65 .74 143 1.00 578 1.02 .97 -24.8 Alio Gld rs A ALO 4.94 1.32 65 1.45 602 1.61 1.43 -.11 -60.5 Alkermes Q ALKS 71.22 39.54 463 44.27 3403 44.73 42.43 +1.74 -19.1 AllegCp N Y 639.42 521.07 29 594.67 227 606.35 586.42 +3.96 -.2 AllegTch N ATI 30.25 16.51 1776 26.76 5675 27.05 25.75 +.88 +10.9 AllgnceBc n Q ABTX 31 46.85 31.75 24 43.65 116 45.05 42.60 -.55 +15.9 AllegiantT Q ALGT 2.80 2.0 11 181.45 111.54 288 143.20 991 147.00 138.05 -.85 -7.5 Allegion N ALLE .84 1.1 89.81 73.85 547 79.71 2731 80.03 76.89 +2.85 +.2sAllegMrg un Q ALGRU 10.07 10.04 49 10.12 605 10.12 10.05 +.06 +.8 AllenaPh n Q ALNA 17.56 6.13 43 11.38 350 13.42 11.01 -1.80 +13.1 Allergan N AGN 2.88 1.6 11 256.80 142.81 1069 177.15 7299 178.10 173.34 +2.56 +8.3 Allete N ALE 2.24 2.9 23 81.24 66.64 272 77.57 1329 80.60 75.92 -2.84 +4.3 AlliCAMun N AKP .70 5.3 14.02 12.49 5 13.20 55 13.29 13.11 -.08 -2.9 AlliData N ADS 2.28 .9 16 278.33 192.02 366 243.50 2354 245.93 241.07 +2.90 -3.9 All MMA n Q AMMA 3.07 .28 868 .32 4593 .37 .30 +.02 -72.5 AlliBNtlMu N AFB .75 5.9 14.22 12.32 30 12.62 200 12.66 12.53 -.04 -5.8 AlliOne rs N AOI 30.70 9.85 109 16.40 467 18.85 16.15 -2.00 +23.8 AllnceRes Q ARLP 2.06f 11.4 5 21.90 15.55 272 18.03 1295 18.65 17.95 -.23 -8.5 AlliBGlbHi N AWF .84 7.3 13.12 11.46 85 11.51 731 11.58 11.46 -.04 -9.8 AlliBern N AB 2.57e 8.8 14 29.80 22.55 145 29.05 1054 29.65 28.70 -.05 +16.0 AlliantEg s N LNT 1.34f 3.1 21 45.52 36.84 919 42.93 6489 43.77 41.79 -.91 +.8 AlliGlCvInc N NCV .78 11.1 7.28 6.41 97 7.04 1117 7.12 6.95 +.07 +.1 AlliGblCv2 N NCZ .69 11.5 6.49 5.70 172 6.03 1047 6.12 5.99 +.01 -3.0 AlliNFJDv N NFJ 1.20 9.4 13.81 12.29 209 12.70 992 12.78 12.65 +.08 -2.7sAlliGlEqCv N NIE 1.52 6.6 23.03 19.03 77 22.98 413 23.08 22.48 +.54 +8.8 Allz24Tgt n N CBH 10.05 8.75 64 9.18 277 9.31 9.13 +.04 +.9 AllnzgDI&Cv N ACV 2.00 8.4 24.13 20.03 28 23.86 182 23.97 23.27 +.84 +9.2 AlldCap47 N AFC 1.72 6.7 26.31 25.14 5 25.61 43 25.75 25.52 -.12 +.5 AldHlPrd rs Q AHPI 5.25 1.72 2 2.51 208 3.05 2.44 +.06 +20.1sAlliedMot Q AMOT .12f .2 47 51.80 22.78 26 48.58 310 51.80 47.66 -2.05 +46.8 Alliqua rs Q ALQA 4.58 1.58 26 2.16 369 2.39 1.93 +.18 +19.3 AllisonTrn N ALSN .60 1.4 15 45.69 32.93 1624 41.82 6585 42.23 40.17 +1.41 -2.9 AllotComm Q ALLT 6.09 4.74 44 5.40 472 5.55 5.34 +1.3 AllscriptH Q MDRX 16.13 10.78 1632 12.46 7114 12.60 12.00 +.10 -14.4 Allstate N ALL 1.84 2.0 14 105.36 85.59 1191 92.83 7278 94.16 92.26 +.67 -11.3 Allstat pfA N ALLpA 1.41 5.5 26.43 24.63 18 25.76 141 25.98 25.62 -.21 +.6 Allstate 53 N ALLpB 1.28 4.9 28.13 25.10 37 26.18 288 27.09 26.09 -.71 -.2tAllstat pfC N ALLpC 1.69 6.6 27.14 25.39 20 25.48 211 25.55 25.39 +.02 -2.1 Allstat pfD N ALLpD 1.66 6.4 27.98 25.60 1 25.97 17 26.10 25.97 -.06 -1.6 Allstat pfE N ALLpE 1.66 6.4 27.55 25.70 53 25.96 290 26.14 25.92 -.13 -1.1 Allstat pfF N ALLpF 1.56 5.8 27.83 25.02 7 26.94 65 27.55 26.90 -.49 +1.3 AllyFincl N ALLY .52 1.9 12 31.29 20.67 1618 27.32 12429 27.86 27.03 +.37 -6.3 AlmadM n A AAU 1.32 .69 89 .71 736 .75 .70 -.01 -30.8 AlnylamP Q ALNY 153.99 70.76 425 107.47 2870 108.98 100.51 +6.44 -15.4 AlphaOmg Q AOSL 19 18.72 12.92 42 14.15 373 14.99 14.02 -.37 -13.5 AlpUSQVal N QVAL 1.35e 4.2 33.51 24.74 5 31.86 40 32.15 31.70 +.17 +3.7 AlpValuIntl N IVAL 1.35e 4.4 35.03 30.11 8 30.71 43 31.25 30.57 -.02 -7.1 AlpMoIntQ N IMOM 33.00 25.93 2 29.64 15 29.64 29.10 +.67 -2.4 AlpMoUSQ N QMOM 33.24 24.94 2 31.59 16 31.71 31.20 +.35 +10.4 AlpArcVl n N VMOT 31.39 25.19 21 29.16 144 29.34 28.99 +.24 +.6 AlphaPro A APT 18 4.25 2.95 14 3.60 110 3.60 3.40 +.20 -10.0sAlphabet C Q GOOG 31 1186.89 903.40 1222 1188.82 6742 1195.42 1141.00 +48.65 +13.6sAlphabet A Q GOOGL 36 1201.99 918.60 1630 1204.42 8425 1210.44 1155.38 +49.34 +14.3 Alphatc rs Q ATEC 4.27 1.58 57 2.79 369 3.06 2.72 -.05 +4.9 AlpImmu n Q ALPN 12.87 2.30 7 8.20 44 8.39 8.01 +.20 -26.8 AlpTotDiv N AOD .69 7.7 10.03 8.39 8.91 -5.9 AlpsETF N GRI 1.52e 3.5 47.47 40.28 0 44.15 6 44.46 44.09 -.32 -1.7 AlpsEqSect N EQL 1.83e 2.6 73.29 63.69 1 71.07 9 71.13 70.61 +.52 +2.2 AlpDisrTc n N DTEC 29.82 24.40 88 28.85 134 29.00 28.38 +.59 +14.4 AlpsRtSec n Q SWIN 32.49 27.23 0 31.82 1 31.88 31.62 +.36 +6.9sAlpBzSoMed N BUZ 38.12 28.30 13 37.11 31 38.12 36.64 +.57 +15.9sAlpsRivFlex N RFFC 35.35 30.68 8 35.11 28 35.35 34.90 +.30 +1.1 Alps RivDiv N RFDA 33.92 28.25 12 33.03 38 33.25 32.92 +.17 +4.3 AlpRvrCare N RFCI 26.24 23.73 31 24.04 77 24.05 23.94 +.06 -2.7 AlpRivUncn N RFUN 26.57 24.98 13 25.19 36 25.23 25.08 +.10 -3.3 AlpSprtJG N SGDJ 38.94 27.95 59 28.94 124 30.40 28.91 -1.11 -13.9 AlpMedBrk N SBIO 39.50 27.19 56 38.81 230 39.22 38.21 -.04 +18.4 AlpSprotG N SGDM .12e .6 22.94 18.32 9 18.92 142 19.86 18.87 -.81 -8.6 AlpWkplEq N EQLT .42e 1.1 39.15 32.95 11 37.12 14 37.31 36.87 +.13 +2.4 AlpEDvDg N EDOG .73e 3.4 27.38 20.95 3 21.64 61 21.88 21.49 +.02 -14.9 AlpAlerEn N ENFR 1.35e 6.1 24.50 19.24 8 22.29 44 22.59 22.13 -.08 -3.5 AlpIntDvDg N IDOG 1.47e 5.4 30.26 26.15 40 27.34 525 27.85 27.19 -.20 -4.6sAlpBarr400 N BFOR .25e .6 44.67 36.66 6 44.20 31 44.67 43.88 +.15 +6.3 AlpRivStInc N RIGS .30e 1.2 25.76 24.28 26 24.50 197 24.50 24.33 +.14 -2.6 AlpsDvDog N SDOG 1.40e 3.1 49.27 41.57 81 45.03 432 45.55 44.94 -.05 -1.7 AlpAlerMLP N AMLP 1.35e 13.1 12.13 9.01 6732 10.33 42211 10.36 10.12 +.12 -4.3 AltaMesa n Q AMR 10.79 6.35 794 6.89 5055 7.39 6.74 +.10 -30.5 Altaba Q AABA 82.45 54.27 8488 74.48 51193 76.92 73.70 -.88 +6.6 Altair A n Q ALTR 37.77 16.55 160 34.63 884 35.02 33.79 +.04 +44.8sAlteryx n N AYX 41.47 18.64 814 42.11 2535 42.22 38.44 +2.29 +66.6 Altice n N ATUS 31.32 14.60 3658 18.87 31106 19.06 18.40 +.45 -1.1 Altimm rs Q ALT 3.16 .40 4621 .51 8962 .59 .42 +.10 -74.4 AltisrcAst A AAMC 116.00 55.00 2 66.00 7 69.85 63.90 -.75 -19.1 Altisrce n Q ASPS 2 33.17 19.28 36 31.68 217 32.09 30.61 +.25 +13.1 AltraIndlM Q AIMC .68 1.5 25 53.70 38.88 199 44.45 569 44.70 43.15 +.80 -11.8 Altria N MO 2.80f 4.8 19 74.67 53.91 5428 58.50 37652 58.98 57.63 +.21 -18.1tAlumChina N ACH 23.54 10.10 27 10.09 196 10.52 10.05 -.05 -43.7 AmTrstFn Q AFSI .34 2.3 15 16.37 8.80 670 14.54 5227 14.60 14.41 -.05 +44.4 ATrFn pfA N AFSIpA 1.69 9.1 25.28 13.96 10 18.58 41 19.10 18.13 -.42 -9.8 AmTrF pfB N AFSIpB 1.81 9.2 25.23 12.92 6 19.63 37 20.05 19.60 -.37 -10.2 AmTrF pfC N AFSIpC 1.91 9.3 25.57 14.91 11 20.60 63 20.71 20.31 +.32 -8.4 AmTrF pf F N AFSIpF 24.19 13.93 10 19.55 211 20.00 19.41 -.25 -4.8 Market profile NYSE American Nasdaq Cisco 50,814,700 41.78 -1.80 AMD 40,606,100 16.27 -.29 ShiftPixy n 34,063,400 4.62 +1.88 MicronT 28,791,400 56.35 +.90 IQIYI n 26,107,400 33.95 -1.09 Comcast s 25,166,900 34.70 +.15 Microsoft 24,578,300 105.43 +1.24 Starbucks s 21,716,500 51.62 +1.37 CA Inc 21,302,200 44.06 -.09 21stCFoxA 21,134,900 47.56 +.18 WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg2731.79 -6.49TransEntx 6,573,800 4.60 +.16 NthnO&G 3,129,200 3.41 -.01 NwGold g 2,567,200 2.01 -.05 22ndCentry 2,434,500 2.76 +.12 iShIndia bt 2,234,700 34.10 -.14 SRC Eng 2,170,500 10.77 -.37 CheniereEn 1,915,600 62.06 -.52 B2gold g 1,305,200 2.47 -.01 GranTrra g 1,031,600 3.56 +.01 Paretem rs 871,100 2.37 -.03 IsoRay 55,329,700 .61 +.17 TransEntx 27,903,500 4.60 +.56 NthnO&G 25,724,600 3.41 +.13 Globalstar 22,622,100 .43 -.04 iShIndia bt 18,660,600 34.10 +.77 AMD 226,721,300 16.27 -.09 HeliMAn h 179,337,700 .15 -.04 MicronT 169,066,800 56.35 +3.12 IQIYI n 167,100,000 33.95 +4.03 Cisco 135,716,100 41.78 -.93 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg 12769.50 +8.04 NYSE Advanced Declined Unchanged WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE BkofAm 75,111,100 28.55 -.22 SPDR Fncl 64,144,600 26.98 -.12 AT&T Inc 53,330,000 31.67 -.56 GenElec 48,468,700 13.89 -.10 S&P500ETF 48,206,100 279.59 +.22 iShEMkts 40,515,200 43.85 +.03 FordM 36,551,000 10.98 -.07 WellsFargo 34,322,600 55.36 -.67 Citigroup 34,051,100 67.00 -1.51 B iPVxST rs 26,586,700 31.45 -.24 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg BkofAm 302,568,700 28.55 +.52 SPDR Fncl 299,650,500 26.98 +.31 iShEMkts 297,331,700 43.85 +.44 S&P500ETF 287,397,200 279.59 +4.17 GenElec 261,653,400 13.89 +.04 Huya n 36.93 +29.4 NatrlGroc 15.90 +23.0 VaalcoE 3.27 +20.7 LSB Inds 6.97 +16.8 BlueAprn n 3.89 +16.1 Oi SA C 4.98 +16.1 Intelsat 20.70 +15.8 RubiconPrj 3.33 +15.2 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg GenesisHlt 1.51 -36.6 Farmland 6.24 -29.7 PPDAI n 4.36 -24.8 NevroCorp 57.77 -22.8 Kadmon n 3.30 -16.7 StoneMor 4.76 -16.5 Turkcell 5.80 -16.2 WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg GeeGroup 3.05 +25.8 BlonderT 1.47 +24.6 Cel-Sci rs 1.04 +24.0 Tengsco 1.20 +23.4 AsteriasBio 1.80 +20.0 Takung n 1.52 +16.0 TransEntx 4.60 +13.9 BirksGrp 1.45 +13.3 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg NewConcEn 3.36 -21.1 TelInstEl 3.05 -18.7 Pedevco rs 1.50 -17.6 Innsuites 1.52 -15.6 Myomo n 2.28 -13.0 NuverEnv n 10.95 -12.3 MexcoEn 6.10 -11.7 Staff360 rs 2.69 +96.4 Izea n 1.89 +85.1 ShiftPixy n 4.62 +78.4 BenitecB n 3.13 +42.0 MER Tel rs 1.58 +41.1 Ever-Glory 3.70 +39.6 MonakGp n 3.11 +38.8 TransGlb 4.05 +37.8 SSLJ.cm n 1.56 -59.2 SelasLf rs 1.66 -52.2 Tantech n 1.39 -50.9 AdestoTc n 5.70 -32.9 CytoriTh rs 1.14 -30.9 GrinrdSh n 11.36 -29.0 ReShape rs 1.55 -28.97825.98 +2.06How to read the weekend stock tables STOCK GLOSSARY „ cc: PE greater than 99. d: New 52-week low; dd: Loss in last 12 mos. g: Stock trades in U.S. money but dividend and earnings in Canadian money, and no yield or PE unless stated in U.S. money; n: New issue in past 52 weeks, with high-low range from start of trading; s: A split or stock dividend of 25 percent or more in the past 52 weeks, with the 52-week high-low adjusted. Dividend begins with the date of split or dividend; q: Closed-end fund; no PE calculated. u: New 52-week high; v: Trading halted on primary market; vj: In bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized, or securities assumed by such companies; z: Sales in full, not in hundreds. SPECIAL TYPES: pf: Preferred stocks, which get priority when dividends are paid; pp: Holder owes two installments of purchase price; rs: Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50 percent within the past year; rt: Rights to buy new issues below market; un: Sold in units that may include bonds or warrants; wt: Warrants, or options granted by the company; xw: Without warrants; ww: With warrants; wd: When distributed by holder; wi: When stock is issued. DIVIDEND FOOTNOTES: a: Extra dividend(s); b: Annual rate plus stock dividend; c : Dividend from a liquidating company; e: Declared or paid preceding 12 months; f: Annual rate, increased on last declaration. i: Declared or paid after dividend or split; j: Paid this year, dividend omitted, deferred or no action taken at last meeting; k: Declared or paid this year, an accumulative issue with dividends in arrears; r: Declared or paid in last 12 months plus stock dividend; m: Annual rate, reduced on last declaration. p: Initial dividend, annual rate unknown; yield not shown. t: Paid in stock in preceding 12 months, estimated cash value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution date; X: Buyers arent entitled to next dividend (ex-dividend) or rights (ex-rights); y: ex-dividend and sales in full. 1 „ Name of stock. 2 „ Market: N = NYSE, A NYSE American, Q = NASDAQ. 3 „ Ticker Symbol company trades under. 4 „ Dividend: A distribution of the companys earnings to shareholders, usually consisting of stock dividends, interest on bonds, or short-term capital gains on the sale of securities usually paid quarterly in the form of cash or stock.5 „ Div. Yield: The dividend divided by the stock price. It helps gauge how well the stock is paying, compared to other investments such as CDs, bonds or savings accounts. 6 „ Price to earnings ratio: The price of a stock divided by its earnings per share. PEs are used to gauge the relative worth of a company stock. When compared to other companies in the same industry, the companies with the lowest PEs are generally earning higher profits.7 „ Range of closing prices in last year.8 „ Trading for the day, with sales in thousands (10 = 10,000 shares), and closing price.9 „ Weekly sales volume, High, low, and change from previous weeks close.10 „ Percent change for the year. st Arrows, indicate new highs or lows during the week. Underline: indicates weekly volume surge equal to or more than 5%. Bold stocks designates which stocks have gone up or down 10% for the week. XYZcorp Q ABC .35m 1.3 26 32.17 22.26 2 26.97 13 28.18 24.92 +.98 -14.00 Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg 2 3 1 4 5 6 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg 7 8 9 10 Continued on next page WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chgpq p 1,395 1,426 118 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,939 96 27 Advanced Declined Unchanged 141 147 26 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 314 4 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,253 1,551 206 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,010 98 42 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,470 1,463 55 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,988 246 80 Advanced Declined Unchanged 144 174 9 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 327 13 9 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,431 1,576 84 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,091 291 119 Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 52

AmTrF pfE N AFSIpE 25.94 14.80 21 23.25 84 23.45 22.20 -.04 +1.4 AmTrFn 7.5 N AFST 27.79 23.30 3 25.14 26 25.38 25.01 -.12 -2.9 AmTrFn 55 N AFSS 1.81 7.4 26.36 21.41 2 24.38 41 24.76 24.19 -.31 -2.5 AmTrF pfD N AFSIpD 1.88 8.7 25.46 14.42 10 21.64 91 22.07 21.53 -.26 -2.5 Amarin Q AMRN 4.60 2.66 5934 3.05 18879 3.10 2.85 +.07 -23.9sAmazon Q AMZN 1798.00 931.75 4379 1813.03 18677 1815.30 1716.23 +102.40 +55.0 AmbacF wt Q AMBCW 12.50 5.04 5.76 +.3 AmbacFin Q AMBC 9 22.02 13.17 278 20.23 2246 20.40 19.80 +.38 +26.6 Ambarella Q AMBA 66.23 37.17 2084 37.91 4634 40.99 37.25 -1.85 -35.5 AmberRd N AMBR 10.29 6.14 29 9.06 315 9.53 8.91 -.42 +23.4 Ambev N ABEV .05e 1.0 8 7.43 4.58 24142 4.81 150452 4.81 4.60 +.16 -25.5 Amdocs Q DOX 1.00 1.5 19 71.72 61.00 408 68.81 2207 69.12 67.42 +1.45 +5.1tAmedica rs Q AMDA 6.94 .50 770 .53 6530 .87 .50 -.26 -83.7sAmedisys Q AMED 54 95.07 45.60 198 93.99 1268 95.70 90.03 +3.74 +78.3 AMERCO Q UHAL 1.50e 20 400.99 317.43 47 378.82 215 382.02 368.98 +9.58 +.2 Ameren N AEE 1.83 3.0 22 64.89 51.89 1016 61.39 7986 62.02 59.15 -.64 +4.1 Ameresco N AMRC 22 13.95 5.25 59 13.20 543 13.75 12.75 -.25 +53.5 AmeriHld n Q AMRH 13.50 .70 157 1.15 679 1.24 1.10 +.02 -62.8 AFMulti Q ATAX .50 7.8 22 6.50 5.85 56 6.40 386 6.45 6.35 +5.8 AMovilL N AMX .17e 1.0 13 19.91 14.85 1862 17.57 15460 18.11 17.43 +.08 +2.4 AmMovl A N AMOV 19.87 14.77 8 17.60 19 18.00 17.30 +.25 +3.5 AmCarM Q CRMT 13 68.20 33.05 51 62.70 241 66.50 62.05 -1.50 +40.4tAmAirlines Q AAL .40 1.1 6 59.08 35.64 10824 37.12 57607 39.41 35.64 -.97 -28.7 AmAssets N AAT 1.08f 2.8 24 41.69 30.62 192 38.17 1325 38.90 37.67 -.77 -.2 AmAxle N AXL 5 20.27 13.38 1018 16.61 5848 17.10 16.17 +.20 -2.5 AmCampus N ACC 1.84f 4.3 42 49.26 34.52 822 42.70 4030 43.24 42.48 -.47 +4.1 ACapSenF Q ACSF 1.16 9.4 6 13.30 10.35 9 12.30 75 12.35 12.30 +16.9 AEagleOut N AEO .55f 2.4 18 25.77 10.23 3790 23.01 28281 24.58 22.40 -1.11 +22.4 AEP N AEP 2.48 3.5 18 78.07 62.71 2432 70.35 18830 71.45 68.24 -1.21 -4.4 AmElTech Q AETI 2.53 .62 39 1.30 1132 1.49 1.27 +.03 -13.3 AEqInvLf N AEL .24f .7 21 37.16 25.43 592 35.54 2922 36.97 35.18 -.29 +15.7 AmExp N AXP 1.40 1.4 16 103.24 83.33 3456 100.50 22082 101.33 99.08 +1.98 +1.2 AFnclGrp N AFG 1.40 1.3 19 121.69 95.19 202 108.11 1338 110.13 107.12 +1.14 -.4 AFnclGp 54 N AFGE 1.56 6.0 27.37 25.20 7 26.04 39 26.28 25.84 -.14 -.7 AFnclGp 55 N AFGH 1.50 5.8 28.40 25.00 7 25.80 461 26.11 25.77 -.26 -1.6 AHm4Rent N AMH .20 .9 23.23 18.39 965 22.71 8368 22.78 22.25 +.17 +4.0 AHm4Rn pfD N AMHpD 1.63 6.3 27.73 24.61 10 25.93 34 26.12 25.77 -.01 -5.3 AHm4R pfE N AMHpE 1.59 6.1 27.53 24.53 91 25.92 121 25.98 25.52 +.10 -3.2 AH4Rn pfG N AMHpG 1.47 6.1 26.38 22.27 11 24.16 74 24.55 23.81 -.06 -4.0 AHm4R pfF N AMHpF 26.27 22.43 13 24.59 120 25.15 24.37 -.22 -3.8 AmIntlGrp N AIG 1.28 2.4 67.30 49.57 2727 54.24 16643 55.80 53.85 -.13 -9.0 AmLorain A ALN .50 .14 98 .20 966 .24 .19 -.04 +13.1 AMidstrm N AMID 1.65 15.8 15.25 9.42 185 10.45 1339 10.70 10.10 +.35 -21.7 AmerNtl Q AMNB 1.00 2.5 18 43.00 34.95 6 40.60 24 42.45 40.16 -.85 +6.0 AmNatIns Q ANAT 3.28 2.7 23 134.03 110.43 58 123.61 276 125.40 121.43 +1.79 -3.6 AmOutBr Q AOBC 30 22.21 8.32 387 10.96 3828 12.00 10.94 -.87 -14.6 AmPubEd Q APEI 37 45.75 17.40 43 44.55 404 45.25 43.85 -.20 +77.8 AmRailcar Q ARII 1.60 3.8 6 42.52 34.29 23 41.80 417 42.19 39.45 +1.22 +.4 AmrRlty N ARL 21.57 8.00 11 16.74 19 18.02 15.50 -1.15 +30.3 AmRenAs n N ARA 24.07 9.91 84 15.41 1160 16.57 14.87 -.70 -11.4 AmrRvr Q AMRB .20 1.3 29 17.50 12.21 1 15.60 13 16.01 15.60 -.40 +2.4 AmShrd A AMS 13 4.10 2.25 4 2.70 60 2.85 2.70 -.10 +4.0 ASoft lf Q AMSWA .44 2.8 41 16.45 9.00 45 15.86 450 16.39 15.66 -.42 +36.4sAmStsWtr N AWR 1.02 1.7 33 60.35 46.62 115 59.51 961 60.35 58.10 -.49 +2.8 AmSupr rs Q AMSC 8.03 2.89 139 5.09 2004 5.96 4.99 -.66 +40.2 AmTower N AMT 3.08f 2.2 42 155.28 130.37 954 143.23 11125 145.02 139.17 -2.58 +.4 AVangrd N AVD .08 .4 41 24.00 17.50 25 22.20 230 23.20 22.15 -.50 +13.0 AmWtrWks N AWK 1.82f 2.1 38 92.37 76.04 481 87.70 3673 88.67 84.22 -.78 -4.1 AWoodmk Q AMWD 25 148.44 78.75 164 91.70 844 94.60 89.85 -1.60 -29.6 Amerigas N APU 3.80 9.0 35 48.37 39.41 233 42.44 796 42.76 41.56 +.03 -8.2 Ameriprise N AMP 3.60f 2.5 12 183.90 129.87 845 142.01 5133 146.37 138.20 +.33 -16.2 AmerisBc Q ABCB .40 .8 20 59.05 41.05 462 51.25 2821 54.15 51.00 -2.05 +6.3 Amerisafe Q AMSF .88 1.5 23 67.82 51.30 35 59.10 300 60.15 57.70 +1.60 -4.1 AmrSvFin Q ASRV .06 1.4 4.40 3.80 9 4.15 69 4.25 4.10 +.05 AmSvFn pf Q ASRVP 2.11 7.3 33.90 26.50 1 28.82 10 30.17 27.30 -.36 -.6 AmeriBrgn N ABC 1.52 1.7 10 106.27 71.90 1158 87.91 6296 89.55 85.62 -.06 -4.3sAmesNatl Q ATLO .92f 2.9 21 32.00 26.00 3 31.25 27 32.00 30.95 -.35 +12.2 Ametek N AME .36 .5 31 79.32 60.50 538 73.70 4939 73.91 71.80 +1.81 +1.7 Amgen Q AMGN 5.28 2.7 17 201.23 163.31 2232 195.91 14849 196.75 191.17 +4.90 +12.7 AmicusTh Q FOLD 17.62 10.18 2145 15.75 10157 16.82 15.71 -.38 +9.5 AmiraNatF N ANFI 7.05 1.62 111 2.07 603 2.25 2.03 -.13 -50.4 AmkorTch Q AMKR 7 11.88 8.19 642 8.60 4188 9.03 8.48 -.19 -14.4 Ampco N AP 18.60 8.49 12 9.90 137 10.75 9.40 -.80 -20.2 Amphastar Q AMPH 20.45 14.40 229 16.53 919 17.00 16.06 +.18 -14.1 Amphenol N APH .92f 1.0 36 93.62 72.93 678 88.71 4223 89.56 85.93 +.52 +1.0 AmpioPhm A AMPE 4.95 .38 201 2.31 1882 2.47 2.23 -.03 -43.2sAmpOnRt ef Q IBUY 53.56 34.52 129 52.70 563 53.56 52.10 -.25 +28.9 AmpSrLn n N YESR 28.57 23.85 24.16 1 24.31 24.15 +.04 -1.0 AmpDivOpt N DIVO 30.56 25.96 0 28.93 3 28.93 28.51 +.57 -.2 Ampliph rs A APHB 2.05 .70 29 1.09 354 1.15 1.07 -.01 +8.0 Amrep N AXR 9 7.71 6.44 5 7.07 8 7.24 7.05 -.12 +.7tAmtechSys Q ASYS 15.45 5.63 212 5.80 1072 6.23 5.63 -.08 -42.4 Amyris rs Q AMRS 7.30 1.86 284 6.71 2240 6.92 6.24 +.42 +78.9sAnadarko N APC 1.00 1.3 87 76.70 39.96 2825 74.59 19515 76.70 72.40 +.93 +39.1 AnalogDev Q ADI 1.92 2.0 35 103.59 76.41 1130 98.12 9978 98.74 95.90 +.92 +10.2 Anaptys n Q ANAB 134.00 20.12 214 71.51 1294 74.74 69.66 +.11 -29.0 Anavex rs Q AVXL 5.55 1.85 339 3.21 2440 3.49 3.10 -.23 -.3sAnchBcWA Q ANCB 19 27.71 23.70 10 27.75 72 27.85 26.15 +1.65 +11.9 Andeavor N ANDV 2.36 1.7 39 151.89 89.58 842 135.49 5141 137.80 131.65 +2.50 +18.5 AndeavLog N ANDX 4.42f 10.3 22 55.21 40.66 453 42.81 1918 42.87 41.96 +.53 -7.3 Andersons Q ANDE .66 1.9 38.00 29.60 37 35.45 308 35.99 35.15 -.15 +13.8sAnf DvAlt n N DALT 10.90 9.62 0 10.40 14 10.90 10.29 +.04 +2.4sAngioDyn Q ANGO 23.95 14.97 466 20.60 4746 23.95 18.60 -3.05 +23.9 AnglogldA N AU 12.00 7.81 1920 8.50 9306 8.94 8.46 -.21 -16.6 ABInBev N BUD 3.19e 3.1 26 126.50 91.70 698 103.92 5146 104.56 102.86 +.08 -6.8 AnikaTh Q ANIK 17 69.81 28.54 71 35.32 583 35.85 33.90 +1.53 -34.5 Anixter N AXE 14 88.85 56.25 144 64.70 831 67.35 63.95 -.60 -14.9 Annaly N NLY 1.20 11.5 12 12.58 9.95 5766 10.43 33263 10.55 10.40 -.09 -12.3 Annaly pfC N NLYpC 1.91 7.5 26.02 25.00 28 25.31 79 25.46 25.30 -.04 -.7 Annaly pfD N NLYpD 1.88 7.4 25.85 24.06 10 25.31 105 25.39 25.25 +.04 -.2 Annaly pfG N NLYpG 1.63 6.7 24.83 23.35 51 24.38 486 24.44 24.24 +.07 -1.6 Annaly pfF N NLYpF 26.59 24.54 39 25.49 216 25.69 25.42 -.11 -1.3 Annaly pfE N NLYpE 1.91 7.6 25.89 25.12 25.26 Ansys Q ANSS 55 184.95 119.20 452 179.72 2711 181.04 175.04 +2.01 +21.8 AntaresP Q ATRS 4.09 1.58 434 2.69 2144 2.76 2.61 -.01 +35.2 Antero n N AMGP .16e .8 22.39 14.85 1351 19.00 3106 19.82 18.45 -.31 -3.7 AnteroMid N AM 1.56f 5.2 23 35.10 24.20 359 30.01 1897 31.03 29.68 -.05 +3.3sAnteroRes N AR 1.00 4.6 45 22.69 16.31 3081 21.76 13245 22.69 21.47 -.08 +14.5 Anthem N ANTM 3.00 1.2 16 267.95 179.40 1016 250.51 6564 252.41 239.99 +8.36 +11.3 Anworth N ANH .60 12.0 10 6.21 4.55 183 5.02 1722 5.09 4.97 -.06 -7.7 Anwrth pfA N ANHpA 2.16 8.1 27.49 25.35 0 26.58 7 26.88 26.57 -.16 +.5 Anwrth pfB N ANHpB 1.56 5.9 30.60 24.60 26.35 0 26.35 26.35 -.05 -4.0 Anwrth pfC N ANHpC 1.91 7.6 25.59 24.46 3 25.06 15 25.40 25.04 -.10 -.4 Aon plc N AON 1.60f 1.1 29 152.78 130.87 663 144.20 4535 144.36 139.89 +4.58 +7.6 Apache N APA 1.00 2.1 30 51.21 33.60 2749 47.45 15698 49.59 46.05 +.54 +12.4 AptInv N AIV 1.52 3.6 25 46.72 37.97 471 42.66 5383 43.16 41.87 +.32 -2.4 AptInv pfA N AIVpA 1.72 6.7 27.80 25.52 25.77 3 25.95 25.77 -.03 -5.9 Apellis n Q APLS 32.00 12.45 299 18.95 1530 21.46 17.82 -2.01 -12.7 ApogeeE Q APOG .63 1.3 18 55.74 37.24 197 50.24 1275 50.75 48.99 +.25 +9.9 ApolloCRE N ARI 1.84 9.8 11 19.06 17.56 736 18.70 4262 18.95 18.67 -.19 +1.4 ApoCRE pfC N ARIpC 25.88 24.80 5 25.40 46 25.53 25.36 -.03 -1.6sApollEnd rs Q APEN 9.13 3.55 660 8.97 1246 9.65 7.16 +1.64 +60.2 ApolloGM N APO 1.95e 5.4 12 37.35 26.18 631 36.12 10294 36.17 34.58 +1.25 +7.9 ApollG pfA N APOpA 1.59 6.2 26.62 23.98 12 25.78 79 25.85 25.69 -.08 -1.9 ApolG pfB N APOpB 1.59 6.3 25.20 24.25 91 25.05 385 25.10 24.87 -.02 +.9 ApolloInv Q AINV .60 10.6 6.47 5.18 597 5.68 3155 5.76 5.63 +.04 +.4 ApolloI 43 N AIY 1.72 6.8 26.86 24.99 17 25.11 58 25.12 25.06 +.03 -3.7 ApolMed n Q AMEH 30.00 10.00 80 23.30 324 26.34 23.14 -1.65 -2.9tApollSrFlt N AFT 1.08a 6.7 18.69 16.06 55 16.08 498 16.25 16.06 -.08 -.9 ApolloTact N AIF 1.20a 7.7 16.56 15.37 35 15.54 209 15.63 15.46 -.05 -1.3 AppFolio n Q APPF 68.50 32.15 81 63.00 427 63.45 60.21 +.60 +51.8 Appian A n Q APPN 43.61 18.34 1234 33.13 3202 34.53 31.50 +.01 +5.2 AppHReit n N APLE 1.20 6.6 29 20.19 16.72 1056 18.13 5677 18.40 17.88 -.23 -7.1 Apple Inc Q AAPL 2.92f 1.5 22 194.20 143.37 12506 191.33 104150 191.84 187.61 +3.36 +13.1 ApplRecy h Q ARCI 1.75 .52 123 .71 972 .84 .66 +.05 -31.7 ApldDNA Q APDN 3.45 1.21 14 1.26 187 1.30 1.21 -.03 -20.8 AppGenTc Q AGTC 5.75 3.25 85 3.95 256 4.45 3.95 -.25 +9.7 ApldIndlT N AIT 1.20 1.6 20 76.20 54.00 116 73.20 639 73.60 71.75 +1.60 +7.5 ApldMatl Q AMAT .80 1.7 13 62.40 41.94 6349 46.13 51205 46.92 44.98 -9.8 ApldOptoel Q AAOI 18 103.41 22.54 1862 47.78 6626 50.30 44.37 +1.76 +26.3 Approach Q AREX 11 4.21 2.19 253 2.50 1097 2.62 2.44 -.06 -15.5 Apptio n Q APTI 38.35 16.07 150 36.23 1366 37.10 35.25 -.29 +54.0 ApricusB rs Q APRI 3.34 .25 139 .38 1490 .42 .35 -79.6sAptargrp N ATR 1.28 1.3 28 96.83 79.97 205 94.87 1028 96.83 94.45 +.79 +10.0 AptevoTh n Q APVO 6.35 1.15 74 4.97 398 5.34 4.93 -.12 +17.2 Aptinyx n Q APTX 25.21 17.35 91 21.07 431 24.37 19.45 -2.43 +4.3 Aptiv N APTV .22 .2 18 103.23 72.83 695 93.63 6911 96.44 92.30 -.63 +10.4 AptoseB g Q APTO 4.55 1.30 516 3.21 2574 3.76 3.08 -.43 +43.3 AquaAm N WTR .82 2.3 27 39.55 32.30 403 36.37 2982 36.72 35.12 -.34 -7.3 AquaMetal h Q AQMS 12.61 1.42 330 3.02 2122 3.11 2.79 +.17 +41.8 AquaB Tc n Q AQB 9.99 2.25 20 3.10 336 3.50 3.05 -.19 -11.9 Aquantia n N AQ 18.49 9.60 133 12.51 1053 12.89 12.22 +.03 +10.4 Acquavnt n N WAAS 17.70 10.87 40 16.85 427 17.43 16.43 +.45 +8.6 AquinoxPh Q AQXP 16.90 1.96 964 2.65 5783 2.96 2.58 -.20 -77.5sArQule Q ARQL 7.21 .94 1247 5.59 14572 7.21 5.50 -1.22 +238.8 Aradigm h Q ARDM 7.35 1.03 50 1.47 140 1.64 1.42 -.01 -78.1tAralezP h Q ARLZ 2.98 .27 553 .29 4508 .34 .27 -.04 -79.5 Aramark N ARMK .42 1.1 20 46.09 36.29 1212 38.66 5754 39.01 38.29 +.45 -9.5 AratanaTh Q PETX 7.67 3.67 99 4.41 992 4.69 4.37 -.08 -16.2sArborRT N ABR 1.00f 9.2 9 11.00 7.88 884 10.89 7661 11.00 10.78 +.04 +26.0 Arbor prA N ABRpA 2.06 7.9 26.23 24.81 0 26.08 8 26.10 25.90 +.16 +2.9 ArborR pfB N ABRpB 1.94 7.6 25.95 24.59 25.48 5 25.62 25.45 +.01 -.3 ArborR pfC N ABRpC 2.13 8.1 26.68 25.51 26.31 2 26.38 26.17 -.07 +.5sArbutusB g Q ABUS 12.05 3.20 823 11.70 6241 12.05 8.50 +2.50 +131.7 ArcBest Q ARCB .32 .7 15 50.45 21.05 144 44.50 1325 47.90 43.80 -1.25 +24.5 ArcadB rsn Q RKDA 66.56 3.60 116 7.41 742 7.96 7.12 -.42 +34.7 ArcelorM rs N MT .10p 7 37.50 22.85 1649 29.59 11129 30.40 28.74 -.45 -8.4 ArchCap s Q ACGL 26 34.20 25.71 1642 28.43 9146 28.46 26.95 +1.15 -6.0 ArchCap pfF Q ACGLO 1.36 5.5 25.99 23.67 6 24.84 149 24.99 24.76 -.20 -2.0 ArchC pfE Q ACGLP 1.31 5.4 25.25 22.75 74 24.14 320 24.24 24.07 +.01 -3.9 ArchCoal N ARCH 1.60 2.1 7 102.61 68.93 216 76.99 1433 81.76 75.09 -2.75 -17.4sArchDan N ADM 1.34 2.8 20 48.26 38.59 2403 47.57 15560 48.26 46.95 +.86 +18.7sArchrock N AROC .48 3.8 35 13.35 8.25 666 12.80 4774 13.35 12.40 +.20 +21.9 Arcimoto n Q FUV 6.35 2.26 17 4.10 151 4.79 3.70 -.58 +2.2 Arconic N ARNC .24 1.4 31.17 16.47 1891 17.38 14395 17.86 17.00 +.15 -36.2 Arconic pf A ARNCp 3.75 4.3 92.00 84.56 0 86.50 2 88.75 85.90 -1.40 +.8 ArcosDor N ARCO 34 10.80 6.75 525 7.20 1849 7.35 7.05 +.05 -30.4 ArcturusT rs Q ARCT 15.19 4.78 44 8.76 163 9.19 7.82 -.25 +10.2 ArcusBio n N RCUS 19.67 11.73 38 12.22 293 13.14 12.02 -.72 -29.0 Ardaugh n N ARD .56 3.4 23.72 15.98 43 16.68 378 17.38 16.45 -.02 -20.9 Ardelyx Q ARDX 8.65 3.58 614 4.55 1967 4.60 4.20 +.25 -31.1 ArdmoreSh N ASC 9.05 6.40 87 8.05 629 8.65 8.00 -.50 +.6 ArenaPh rs Q ARNA 50.05 18.26 216 44.18 1779 45.46 43.41 -.61 +30.1 AresCap Q ARCC 1.52 9.2 8 17.11 15.03 780 16.54 7722 16.67 16.48 +.04 +5.2 AresCmcl N ACRE 1.12f 7.9 12 14.25 11.96 44 14.09 309 14.22 13.99 -.13 +9.2 AresDyCr N ARDC 1.40 8.7 16.73 15.48 137 16.07 456 16.10 15.96 -2.1 AresMgmt N ARES 1.18e 5.5 14 25.95 17.40 658 21.45 4780 21.85 20.65 +.30 +7.3 AresMg pfA N ARESpA 1.75 6.5 27.43 25.31 9 27.06 90 27.29 26.84 -.14 +2.1 Argan N AGX 1.00 2.5 9 69.95 34.90 140 40.50 962 41.65 40.40 -.55 -10.0 Argenx n Q ARGX 103.00 19.36 58 88.92 419 89.50 84.71 +2.92 +40.8 ArgoGp42 N ARGD 1.63 6.4 25.51 25.00 17 25.33 54 25.42 25.32 -.03 +.2 ArgoGpInt N ARGO 1.08b 1.8 13 65.90 48.83 66 60.20 324 61.00 59.50 +.80 +12.3 AristaNetw N ANET 54 311.67 141.78 1427 266.49 3505 279.18 261.16 +4.10 +13.1 ArkInnova N ARKK 48.57 28.34 327 47.74 1799 47.95 46.05 +1.04 +28.7 ArkIndInno N ARKQ 37.14 27.95 23 35.65 81 35.79 35.09 +.57 +8.2sArkGenom N ARKG 31.80 21.72 126 31.69 484 31.89 30.57 +.61 +29.4 ArkWebX.O N ARKW .94p .6 59.29 34.85 149 58.47 993 58.78 56.65 +1.38 +26.9 Ark 3dPr n N PRNT 27.21 22.65 74 25.50 92 25.59 24.85 +.37 +4.6 Ark IsrTc n N IZRL 22.04 19.16 9 21.01 28 21.15 20.62 +.23 +3.2 ArkRst Q ARKR 1.00 4.1 90 29.49 21.75 1 24.34 10 24.65 24.05 +.09 -10.0 ArlingAst N AI 2.20 21.5 5 13.95 9.90 243 10.21 2489 10.50 10.19 -.25 -13.3 ArlingAst23 N AIW 1.66 6.9 25.21 23.58 11 24.20 84 24.40 24.05 -.20 -1.0 ArlingAst25 N AIC 1.69 7.0 24.85 23.05 1 24.05 4 24.16 23.89 -.11 -.8 ArlAsst pfB N AIpB 1.75 7.1 25.85 22.97 24.59 5 24.60 24.29 +.17 -1.4 ArmadaHof N AHH .80 5.2 20 16.00 12.69 202 15.38 1523 15.58 15.23 -.15 -1.0 ArmrR pfA N ARRpA 2.06 8.1 25.75 23.71 2 25.39 11 25.54 25.38 +.11 -.2 ArmrR pfB N ARRpB 1.97 7.9 25.37 24.09 12 24.97 127 25.08 24.90 +.18 -.2 ArmourR rs N ARR 2.72 11.7 6 27.55 21.40 330 23.16 2306 23.70 23.09 -.29 -10.0 ArmsFloor N AFI 67 18.60 12.03 30 14.03 246 14.68 13.85 -.50 -17.1sArmstrWld N AWI 16 66.45 43.77 489 67.40 2265 67.55 65.05 +1.80 +11.3 Arotech Q ARTX 27 4.35 2.70 46 3.80 432 3.90 3.70 -.05 +7.0 ArrayBio Q ARRY 20.21 7.15 1671 17.07 9601 18.18 16.66 -.96 +33.4 ArrisIntl Q ARRS 30 30.38 22.60 1779 26.43 7838 26.92 25.39 +.99 +2.9 ArrwDJYld N GYLD 1.59e 9.0 19.24 16.98 12 17.67 65 17.90 17.42 -.11 -1.8 ArrowEl N ARW 11 87.26 72.31 285 77.54 1551 78.79 74.90 +.48 -3.6 ArrowFn Q AROW 1.00b 2.7 17 38.60 29.81 14 37.65 59 38.55 37.38 -.15 +10.9 ArrCountR n Q DWCR 33.04 27.55 0 29.02 7 29.26 28.80 +.73 -3.9 ArwDWATc Q DWAT .09e .7 12.50 10.90 12.04 14 12.14 11.90 +.07 +3.4sArrowPhm Q ARWR 16.64 1.48 839 16.41 7460 16.64 15.58 +.58 +345.9tArsanis n Q ASNS 4 28.69 3.41 71 3.40 526 3.65 3.36 -.23 -73.4 ArtesRes Q ARTNA .95 2.5 26 43.22 32.00 19 37.98 62 40.10 37.77 -1.97 -1.5 ArtisanPtr N APAM 2.40a 7.8 21 41.45 29.00 270 30.70 1041 31.45 30.60 +.15 -22.3 ArtsWay Q ARTW .05 1.8 5.45 2.00 1 2.73 40 3.00 2.60 +.01 -8.4 AskanoG g A AKG 1.66 .43 136 1.14 974 1.17 1.08 +.01 +61.5 AsburyA N ABG 10 76.50 49.10 357 67.35 1102 75.95 67.00 -3.10 +5.2 AscenaRtl Q ASNA 4.74 1.69 1677 3.28 12712 3.89 3.25 -.51 +39.6 Ascendis n Q ASND 76.29 26.30 192 69.73 700 72.93 67.69 -1.94 +74.1 AscentCap Q ASCMA 17.84 1.68 243 3.38 1356 4.16 3.30 -.57 -70.6 AshfordHT N AHT .48 5.9 8.66 5.42 208 8.16 2339 8.55 8.04 -.38 +21.2 Ashfrd pfD N AHTpD 2.11 8.2 26.17 25.06 8 25.80 45 25.91 25.56 +.18 +2.5 AshfHT pfF N AHTpF 1.84 7.7 25.50 22.21 3 24.05 18 24.15 23.98 +.07 -5.3 AshfrH pfG N AHTpG 1.84 7.6 25.44 22.23 2 24.10 34 24.11 23.80 +.21 -4.1 AshfrdH pfH N AHTpH 1.88 7.7 25.47 22.44 4 24.26 24 24.55 24.17 +.04 -4.5 AshfrdH pfI N AHTpI 1.88 7.8 25.16 22.62 19 24.12 476 24.42 23.86 -.14 -3.9 Ashford A AINC 17 109.82 47.03 2 66.35 28 67.64 64.13 -.49 -28.7sAshland N ASH .90m 1.1 45 81.26 59.80 395 81.18 2625 81.40 78.72 +2.56 +14.0 AsiaPc N APB .61e 2.1 15.71 12.90 13 13.62 32 13.76 13.43 +.11 -5.5 AsiaPWire Q APWC .10e 3.10 2.26 1 2.60 36 2.75 2.60 +.01 -5.5 AspenAero N ASPN 5.58 3.99 3 5.04 66 5.11 4.89 +.16 +3.3 AspenGp n Q ASPU 9.61 5.35 105 7.59 275 7.64 6.85 +.36 -14.9 AspenIns N AHL .96 2.4 52.40 34.80 370 39.65 2172 41.17 38.90 -.85 -2.3 Aspen pfC N AHLpC 1.49 5.8 28.99 25.21 14 25.83 86 26.10 25.75 -.26 -5.3 AspIns pfD N AHLpD 1.41 5.7 26.60 23.71 15 24.69 100 24.84 24.55 -.09 -4.2 AspenTech Q AZPN 41 99.86 53.51 313 97.70 1886 98.08 92.38 +2.13 +47.6 AssembBio Q ASMB 67.36 20.48 397 41.64 3168 43.42 36.33 +1.77 -8.0 AscBnc pfC N ASBpC 1.53 5.9 27.50 25.28 5 26.05 7 26.57 26.00 +.01 -4.2 AsscBc pf D N ASBpD 26.65 24.08 5 25.16 28 25.21 25.04 -.11 -3.1 AsscdBanc N ASB .60 2.2 19 29.03 20.95 1049 27.65 4170 28.50 27.30 -.15 +8.9 AssocCap n N AC .20 .5 42.25 32.20 12 41.65 67 41.85 39.40 +1.65 +22.1sAssurant N AIZ 2.24 2.1 42 109.01 84.34 762 108.02 4897 109.01 104.48 +3.30 +7.1 AssuredG N AGO .64 1.7 7 45.73 32.97 660 36.81 2946 37.73 36.71 +.02 +8.7 AsdGMu01 N AGOpB 1.72 6.7 26.40 25.36 6 25.85 17 26.05 25.83 -.14 -.6 AsdGMu02 N AGOpE 1.56 6.0 26.82 24.81 14 25.91 48 26.44 25.77 -.41 -.9 AsdGMu03 N AGOpF 1.40 5.6 25.81 24.13 7 24.97 28 25.10 24.94 -.08 -.4 AstaFd lf Q ASFI 5.30e 5.30 3.12 0 3.50 5 3.50 3.40 +.05 +1.6 Astec Q ASTE .40 .7 35 64.80 45.70 40 61.49 435 63.69 60.58 +.45 +5.1 AsteriasBio A AST 3.75 1.20 150 1.80 1832 1.90 1.45 +.30 -20.0 AstraZen s N AZN 1.37e 3.7 9 37.30 28.43 5219 37.16 20517 37.18 35.15 +1.98 +7.1 AstroNova Q ALOT .28 1.5 38 20.00 11.00 29 18.75 60 19.30 18.05 -.25 +35.4 Astronics Q ATRO 66 49.45 23.95 40 38.25 237 38.59 36.17 +1.91 -7.8 Astrotch rs Q ASTC 8.15 1.64 24 3.45 314 3.88 3.31 -.16 +3.0 AsureSftw h Q ASUR 19.78 9.89 234 16.13 902 16.48 15.96 -.13 +14.2sAtHomGr n N HOME 51 40.97 20.07 879 37.94 7313 40.97 34.61 -2.51 +24.8 AtaraBioth Q ATRA 54.45 12.65 371 39.95 1982 42.05 39.05 -.70 +120.7tAtento SA N ATTO .34p 12 12.90 6.45 86 6.45 477 7.65 6.40 -.90 -36.5 athenahlth Q ATHN 163.94 111.61 242 161.44 1938 162.54 156.63 +1.99 +21.3 Athene n N ATH 55.22 43.09 862 44.53 3888 45.85 44.39 -.19 -13.9 Athenex n Q ATNX 20.00 13.16 252 18.51 1803 18.92 17.68 -.22 +16.4 Athersys Q ATHX 3.09 1.29 480 2.06 2022 2.12 1.93 +.08 +13.8 AtkoreInt n N ATRK 24.48 15.05 191 22.43 2496 22.73 21.16 +1.31 +4.6 AtlAcq n Q ATAC 15.00 9.75 10.17 29 10.18 10.05 +.12 +3.1 AtlAcq un Q ATACU 11.00 9.56 10.75 +5.4sAtlAcq rt Q ATACR .66 .33 281 .69 677 .70 .55 +.18 +15.0 AtlanAmer Q AAME .02 .8 4.00 2.30 1 2.39 20 2.60 2.35 -.06 -29.8 AtlCapBc n Q ACBI 33 21.60 15.20 41 19.60 288 20.35 19.45 -.45 +11.4 AtlPwr g N AT .12 2.60 1.80 231 2.25 1144 2.30 2.20 -4.3 AtlanticaYd Q AY 1.18e 5.8 25.99 18.00 173 20.39 892 21.02 20.31 -.55 -3.9 Atlanticus Q ATLC 2.70 1.52 13 1.71 42 2.02 1.71 -.07 -28.8 AtlasAir Q AAWW 8 75.29 50.65 196 70.50 1069 73.15 68.66 -.95 +20.2tAtlasFin Q AFH 21.50 8.05 38 8.35 501 8.75 8.05 -.20 -59.4 AtlasFin pf Q AFHBL 1.66 6.7 27.87 24.43 1 24.84 13 25.18 24.80 +.08 -4.6sAtlassian n Q TEAM 68.77 33.16 1171 67.19 4498 68.77 63.61 +1.96 +47.6 ATMOS N ATO 1.94f 2.1 17 93.56 76.46 251 91.13 1898 92.86 89.38 -1.44 +6.1 Atomera n Q ATOM 8.00 2.45 17 5.79 76 6.10 5.72 -.25 +33.7 AtriCure Q ATRC 30.96 14.88 103 28.98 618 29.28 27.88 +1.03 +58.9 Atrion Q ATRI 4.80 .8 47 694.00 516.85 3 617.00 35 645.00 601.30 -20.40 -2.2 AttisInd hn Q ATIS 3.63 .35 267 .38 1779 .44 .35 -.01 -64.2sAttunity Q ATTU 12.39 6.25 508 12.52 829 12.79 11.61 +.73 +79.4 aTyrPhm n Q LIFE 6.50 .80 1907 .94 4373 1.09 .86 +.00 -73.1sAubNB Q AUBN .96 1.9 23 53.96 33.22 2 50.93 27 53.96 50.03 -.39 +30.9 Audentes n Q BOLD 46.18 15.74 102 38.09 956 40.47 37.38 -1.37 +21.9 AudCodes Q AUDC 21 8.43 6.15 27 7.97 180 8.05 7.92 +.05 +8.3 AuriniaPh Q AUPH 7.68 4.41 805 5.95 2265 6.09 5.62 +.21 +31.3 AurynRs n A AUG 3.00 1.00 101 1.15 404 1.28 1.06 +.09 -29.9 AutoNatn N AN 12 62.02 38.59 847 48.85 7994 50.54 46.55 -.88 -4.8 AutoWeb Q AUTO 11 12.67 2.88 32 4.17 127 4.44 4.04 +.11 -53.7 Autodesk Q ADSK 142.94 101.55 973 137.21 8713 137.88 131.65 +2.10 +30.9 Autohome N ATHM 17 119.50 45.99 601 100.29 2682 109.43 99.97 -4.52 +55.1 Autoliv N ALV 2.32 2.2 17 115.42 75.32 432 105.71 2815 106.34 102.24 +1.59 +15.5tAutolus n Q AUTL 30.00 20.88 280 20.86 660 26.99 20.22 -5.48 -16.6 AutoData Q ADP 2.76f 2.0 37 141.52 100.51 1171 137.34 11565 138.01 133.21 +3.12 +17.2 AutoZone N AZO 15 797.89 491.13 209 686.97 1066 694.37 676.47 +5.11 -3.4 AvadelPh Q AVDL 11 11.93 5.60 160 7.11 2247 7.27 6.15 +.88 -13.3 Avalara n N AVLR 59.40 40.63 243 43.75 2295 48.20 42.34 -3.64 -.8 AvalonHld A AWX 3.64 1.83 3 2.23 17 2.30 2.19 +.03 +11.4 AvalonBay N AVB 5.88 3.4 23 193.41 152.65 438 173.35 2948 175.16 171.07 +.46 -2.8 Avangrid n N AGR 1.76f 3.3 40 54.55 43.30 320 52.90 2368 54.16 51.80 -1.23 +4.6 AvanosMd N AVNS 29 66.22 38.44 237 58.80 1353 58.87 57.24 +.86 +27.3 AvayaHl n N AVYA 18 23.76 19.08 1046 20.86 6603 21.55 20.37 -.45 +4.3 AveThera n Q ATXI 7.87 3.28 71 3.93 208 4.29 3.45 +.33 +8.6 AVEO Ph h Q AVEO 4.24 1.91 2178 2.90 21264 2.97 2.43 +.49 +3.9 AveryD N AVY 2.26f 2.2 27 123.67 90.41 694 103.66 2282 103.71 101.31 +2.59 -9.8tAvianca N AVH .18e 2.8 9.76 6.18 52 6.53 513 6.62 6.18 +.02 -18.7 AviatNet rs Q AVNW 19.79 12.90 8 15.95 46 16.57 15.66 -.75 +5.1 AvidBios rs Q CDMO 5.78 2.24 529 4.64 3068 4.82 4.36 +.24 +19.6 AvidTech Q AVID 7.65 3.99 63 5.28 423 5.41 5.15 +.03 -2.0 Avingr nrs Q AVGR 25.20 .95 368 1.44 3070 1.77 1.42 -.30 -80.2 AvinoSG g A ASM 1.89 1.14 131 1.19 427 1.29 1.18 -.08 -11.2 AvisBudg Q CAR 11 50.88 27.75 1374 31.90 8463 35.00 31.28 -1.51 -27.3 Avista N AVA 1.49f 3.0 28 52.91 41.40 1352 50.14 4464 52.87 49.61 -2.73 -2.6 AvistaHl n Q AHPA 10.20 9.28 20 10.05 414 10.06 10.05 +1.3 Avnet Q AVT .76 1.7 11 44.85 35.67 844 44.28 4565 44.83 42.62 +.31 +11.8tAvon N AVP 15 3.89 1.45 3144 1.45 79723 1.67 1.45 -.19 -32.6 AvroBio n Q AVRO 35.00 26.51 266 28.10 611 30.80 26.54 -.25 -9.9 Aware Q AWRE 37 5.25 3.70 3 4.03 19 4.10 3.95 -.03 -10.6 Axalta N AXTA 38.20 27.77 1479 30.09 8883 30.83 29.66 -.59 -7.0 Axcelis rs Q ACLS 6 37.05 18.60 153 21.00 1797 22.70 20.30 -.05 -26.8 AXIS Cap N AXS 1.56 2.7 65.89 47.43 524 56.89 3166 58.38 56.30 +1.07 +13.2 AXIS pfD N AXSpD 1.38 5.5 25.98 23.79 50 25.16 124 25.98 25.12 -.41 -.3 AxisCap pfE N AXSpE 25.85 23.39 33 24.91 226 25.25 24.80 -.22 -1.0 AxoGen Q AXGN 55.55 14.30 498 52.75 1840 55.10 51.50 -1.30 +86.4 AxonEntpr Q AAXN 71.00 20.57 629 67.79 3397 70.43 65.53 +1.83 +155.8 Axovant n Q AXON 27.98 1.02 2745 2.67 15162 3.00 2.37 +.11 -49.3 AxsomeT n Q AXSM 6.45 2.05 54 3.15 418 3.23 3.05 -.05 -43.8 AytuBioSc n Q AYTU 6.82 .23 292 .29 3102 .31 .25 +.01 -87.0 Azul n N AZUL 35.05 15.53 710 17.08 5177 17.16 15.90 +.95 -28.3 AzurRx n Q AZRX 5.25 2.25 25 2.67 218 3.26 2.67 -.49 -26.6 AzurePwr n N AZRE 18.10 12.53 29 14.46 73 15.35 14.35 -.02 +1.8B -:tB Comm Q BCOM 3.58e 20.49 7.57 1 8.00 12 8.80 7.57 -.99 -56.5 B&G Foods N BGS 1.90f 6.3 9 39.75 22.00 757 30.05 4206 32.50 29.93 -2.30 -14.5 BRileyFn Q RILY .49e 2.2 23 23.70 15.15 19 22.55 280 23.25 22.50 +24.6tBRileyF 7.5 Q RILYL 1.88 7.4 26.84 25.19 8 25.24 113 25.62 25.19 -.29 -2.9 BRiley27 n Q RILYZ 1.88 7.6 26.20 24.76 14 24.85 174 25.20 24.79 +.22 -3.9 BRileyF27 n Q RILYG 25.90 24.49 18 24.70 113 25.02 24.53 +.18 -2.7 BRiley23 Q RILYH 1.84 7.2 25.72 25.07 4 25.39 94 25.63 25.32 +.20 +1.2 B2gold g A BTG 62 3.30 2.31 1305 2.47 13746 2.57 2.43 -.07 -20.3 BB&T Cp N BBT 1.50a 2.9 16 56.31 43.03 3676 50.93 16063 52.91 50.74 -.28 +2.4 BB&T pfD N BBTpD 26.35 24.87 21 25.97 179 26.29 25.86 -.32 +2.0 BB&T pfE N BBTpE 1.41 5.5 26.20 24.49 49 25.85 404 26.15 25.76 -.23 +2.3sBB&T pfF N BBTpF 1.30 5.2 25.67 23.50 33 25.16 107 25.67 25.16 -.40 +.5 BB&T pfG N BBTpG 1.30 5.2 25.85 23.57 25 25.07 139 25.48 25.06 -.31 -.4 BB&T pfH N BBTpH 1.41 5.3 27.33 24.95 21 26.81 137 27.06 26.69 -.25 -.7 BBVABFrn N BFR .25e 1.9 27.45 11.41 243 13.00 1457 13.91 12.88 +.02 -48.4 BBX Cap n N BBX .03 .3 11 10.17 5.87 312 8.90 998 9.48 8.89 -.40 +11.7 BCB Bc Q BCBP .56 3.7 16 16.10 12.05 10 15.05 72 15.70 14.95 -.13 +3.8 BCE g N BCE 3.02 49.06 40.19 660 42.52 3793 42.69 41.40 +.88 -11.4 BFC Cp pf Q BANFP 1.80 6.6 33.54 26.05 1 27.31 3 29.09 27.15 -.69 -.8 BG Staffing A BGSF 1.20f 5.2 27 24.07 14.26 51 23.25 254 23.40 22.70 -.12 +45.9 BGC Ptrs Q BGCP .72 6.5 16.97 10.65 1479 11.15 9171 11.48 11.05 -.15 -26.2 BGCPtrs 42 N BGCA 2.03 7.8 26.73 25.25 1 25.95 18 25.99 25.79 +.05 +.2 BHP BillLt N BHP 1.66e 3.4 52.17 36.76 1979 49.12 12281 51.22 48.68 -.46 +6.8 BHPBil plc N BBL 1.66e 3.8 47.92 31.88 1599 43.89 9835 45.85 43.37 -.66 +8.9 BIO-key n Q BKYI 3.67 1.20 25 2.35 156 2.60 2.32 -.20 +32.8 BJsRest Q BJRI .44 .7 25 62.85 28.00 385 61.75 1286 61.80 59.60 +.35 +69.6 BMC Stock Q BMCH 23 25.70 17.10 154 21.35 1382 21.75 20.90 +.05 -15.6 BOK Q BOKF 1.80 1.9 17 107.00 77.10 335 95.53 1188 98.45 94.20 -.16 +3.5 BOK 56 n Q BOKFL 1.34 5.4 26.23 24.47 8 25.04 67 25.48 25.00 -.28 -2.2 BOS Ltd Q BOSC 2.97 1.53 49 2.43 912 2.78 2.35 -.07 +11.0 BP MidPt n N BPMP 23.00 16.83 44 20.96 486 21.91 20.33 -.34 +1.9 BP PLC N BP 2.38 5.2 24 47.83 33.90 6376 45.37 37492 47.25 44.83 -.57 +7.9 BP Pru N BPT 3.60e 11.7 5 31.80 18.65 440 30.70 2930 31.45 29.25 +1.46 +52.7 BRF SA N BRFS 15.50 4.65 1664 5.98 16780 6.39 5.87 -46.9sBRT N BRT .80f 5.7 12 14.00 7.40 123 13.95 680 14.05 13.27 +.68 +18.3 BSB Bcp Q BLMT 23 36.50 27.25 5 35.00 24 35.50 34.80 -.30 +19.7 BT Grp s N BT .99e 6.7 21.16 13.53 530 14.78 3667 15.45 14.73 -.62 -18.9 BWX Tech N BWXT .64f 1.0 32 72.18 48.79 192 63.93 2533 64.40 63.18 +1.02 +5.7 B&W Ent n N BW 11.44 1.61 679 2.34 4947 2.36 2.15 +.12 -58.8 BabShDHi N BGH 1.84 9.8 20.83 18.35 50 18.75 307 18.82 18.65 +.08 -3.3 BadgerMtr s N BMI .52 1.1 40 52.10 39.15 64 46.05 430 46.85 45.70 -.15 -3.7 Baidu Q BIDU 10 284.22 181.59 2533 267.19 15611 274.00 255.75 +15.42 +14.1 BakHuGE n N BHGE .72f 2.2 38.37 25.53 2338 32.63 16034 34.82 32.42 -1.04 +3.1sBalchem Q BCPC .42f .4 45 104.59 70.23 70 98.46 563 104.59 97.87 -4.13 +22.2 BaldwLy Q BWINA 1.12 4.6 56 24.86 21.31 0 24.50 1 24.50 24.25 +.66 +1.0 BaldLyB Q BWINB 1.12 4.6 56 25.70 21.20 9 24.60 57 24.95 24.30 -.30 +2.7 BallCorp s N BLL .40 1.1 19 43.24 34.71 2380 37.62 14624 38.17 36.93 +.75 -.6 Ballanty A BTN 7.00 3.95 13 5.30 33 5.50 5.20 +.10 +14.0 BallardPw Q BLDP 5.94 2.57 317 2.80 2043 2.92 2.80 -.07 -36.5 BanColum N CIB 1.27e 2.6 51.38 36.38 253 49.15 1123 50.60 48.32 -1.26 +23.9 BancCalif N BANC .52 2.7 15 23.40 17.10 631 19.05 2669 20.30 18.85 -.90 -7.7 BcCalif pfC N BANCpC 2.00 7.6 27.00 25.46 1 26.16 14 26.38 26.09 -.22 -.3 BcCalif pfE N BANCpE 28.59 24.70 1 26.43 27 26.71 26.30 -.03 BcCal pfD N BANCpD 1.84 7.0 26.80 25.58 7 26.44 25 26.45 26.22 +.09 -.4 BncFstOK s Q BANF .84 1.4 21 63.55 48.20 27 60.10 271 62.55 60.05 -.90 +17.5 BcBilVArg N BBVA .27e 3.8 9.54 6.65 2211 7.02 11796 7.50 6.97 -.41 -17.4 BcoBrades s N BBDO .02r .4 11.90 5.49 2 6.71 13 6.73 6.40 +.23 -20.4 BcoBrad s N BBD .06a .8 11.98 6.53 12813 7.49 59827 7.54 7.05 +.28 -19.6 BcoLatin N BLX 1.54 6.4 12 30.50 23.68 43 24.24 317 25.37 24.21 -.80 -9.9 BcoMacro N BMA 25 136.10 54.83 383 66.00 1671 71.94 64.29 -.25 -43.0 BcoSantSA N SAN .21e 3.9 7.57 5.25 5957 5.42 32906 5.66 5.37 -.17 -17.1 BcoSBrasil N BSBR .29e 3.6 5 12.11 7.20 1332 8.13 6843 8.17 7.61 +.49 -15.9 BcSanChile N BSAC .85e 2.7 35.09 25.44 303 31.40 3437 32.29 31.21 -.21 +.4 BcoChile N BCH 2.12e 2.3 106.50 78.36 18 92.65 131 94.97 90.57 +.47 -4.0 Bancorp34 n Q BCTF 1.25e 17.25 13.29 15.75 2 15.95 15.75 -.10 +6.8 BncpBnk lf Q TBBK 12.00 7.21 155 10.51 1140 10.96 10.37 -.17 +6.4 BcpSouth N BXS .56 1.7 35.55 27.20 564 33.35 2776 35.05 33.30 -.50 +6.0 Bcp NJ A BKJ .24b 1.4 28 17.67 14.43 20 17.55 29 17.55 16.67 +.68 +1.0 BancrftFd A BCV 1.27e 5.7 24.19 19.66 8 22.30 66 22.40 22.04 +.30 +2.5 Bandwith n Q BAND 30 40.83 18.05 187 36.00 712 38.94 35.17 -2.63 +55.7 BkofAm N BAC .48 1.7 16 33.05 22.75 75111 28.55 302569 29.33 28.22 +.52 -3.3 BkAML pfI N BMLpI 1.59 6.2 26.39 25.26 47 25.63 362 25.65 25.54 +.08 -1.4 BkAML pfJ N BMLpJ 1.02 4.2 25.09 22.64 26 24.27 95 24.94 24.01 -.61 +3.9 BkAm pfD N BACpD 1.55 6.1 26.25 25.32 26 25.53 347 25.67 25.41 -.03 -1.2 BkAm pfE N BACpE 1.02 5.0 25.09 23.03 10 24.22 99 24.47 24.16 -.17 +1.7 BkAm pfL N BACpL 72.50 5.7 1352.71 1187.95 2 1263.99 39 1270.99 1261.00 -15.51 -4.2 BkAm pfW N BACpW 1.66 6.3 27.53 25.85 89 26.26 365 26.55 26.16 -.30 -3.3 BkAm pfY N BACpY 1.63 6.1 27.39 25.82 82 26.52 411 26.64 26.40 -.04 -1.9 BkAm pfA N BACpA 27.51 25.25 133 26.13 648 26.50 26.00 -.32 -3.9 BkAm pfC N BACpC 27.83 25.41 107 26.44 632 26.76 26.29 -.27 -3.6 BkAML pfL N BMLpL 1.02 4.2 25.30 22.14 105 24.27 373 24.36 23.66 +.45 +3.3 BkAML pfH N BMLpH .77 3.4 23.11 20.09 5 22.62 69 22.77 22.53 -.10 +4.7 BkAML pfG N BMLpG .77 3.4 22.97 20.31 4 22.55 24 22.65 22.41 -.25 +4.2 Bk of But n N NTB 1.28 2.8 49.36 31.36 131 46.45 740 47.97 46.08 -.91 +28.0sBkCmcCA Q BOCH .16 1.3 17 12.95 9.90 13 12.40 50 12.95 12.40 -.50 +7.8 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 53

BkHawaii N BOH 2.40f 2.9 19 89.09 74.72 261 83.94 1018 86.53 83.80 -.49 -2.1 BankMarin Q BMRC 1.24 1.5 23 90.85 61.40 8 80.30 54 84.53 79.85 -2.25 +18.1 BkMont g N BMO 3.84e 84.71 71.37 226 78.36 1633 78.66 77.49 +.41 -2.1 BkMont36 n Q BMLP 3.43e 7.0 53.32 43.00 0 49.24 2 49.88 48.53 -.19 +3.2 BkNYMel N BK .96 1.8 13 58.99 49.39 4102 53.03 18015 54.40 52.74 -.17 -1.5 BkNYM pfC N BKpC 1.30 5.1 26.39 23.75 21 25.49 152 25.67 25.42 -.17 +1.4 BkNova g N BNS 3.28f 9 66.78 55.85 645 57.35 4258 57.70 56.74 +.06 -11.1sBkPrince n Q BPRN 35.45 29.43 41 34.65 134 35.45 34.54 -.40 +.9 BankSC Q BKSC .60 2.9 20 22.50 15.77 1 20.80 6 21.10 20.80 +.25 +18.5 BkofJames Q BOTJ .24 1.5 16 18.00 13.87 1 15.60 17 16.00 15.50 -.77 +4.5 BkOzarks Q OZRK .80f 1.9 13 53.70 40.15 2801 41.24 12826 47.18 41.07 -4.12 -14.9 BankFncl Q BFIN .36f 2.0 27 18.62 14.66 13 17.80 99 18.08 17.74 -.16 +16.0 BankUtd N BKU .84 2.1 15 44.97 30.37 888 39.29 4883 42.91 39.14 -2.43 -3.5 BankwellF Q BWFG .48 1.5 16 37.95 30.11 3 32.71 39 32.85 31.66 +.88 -4.7 Banner Cp Q BANR 1.40a 2.3 20 62.98 52.20 113 60.35 714 62.41 59.76 -1.00 +9.5 Baozun n Q BZUN 67.41 25.00 1119 60.68 7960 62.30 55.05 +5.24 +92.3 BarHarbr s A BHB .80f 2.7 20 32.48 25.09 38 29.79 140 30.81 29.50 -.89 +10.3 Br iPthCrd N OILB 74.18 44.95 0 70.96 14 73.97 69.68 -2.49 +20.0 BarcSPVeq N VQT 181.89 144.85 165.40 2 165.40 165.07 +2.61 +4.5 BarSelMLP N ATMP 1.17e 5.7 22.97 17.78 15 20.37 184 20.51 20.08 -.01 -1.8 BiP Cmdty N DJP 25.80 22.42 211 23.20 5971 24.14 23.09 -.78 -5.0 BarcGsci36 N GSP 17.81 12.58 1 16.52 65 17.20 16.30 -.61 +6.3 BrcEnEu n N FLEU 180.26 137.43 2 145.99 4 148.46 143.59 -.82 -8.3 BiP Cocoa N NIB 35.77 21.37 190 29.87 639 30.06 28.70 +.34 +30.9 BarcBk prD N BCSpD 2.03 7.6 27.24 25.76 74 26.54 723 26.79 26.44 -.20 -.5 BiPNG N GAZ .35 .23 .23 BiPTrLBear Q DLBS 22.73 13.54 1 19.16 12 19.73 19.03 +.20 +17.3 BiP10yTBear Q DTYS 24.96 13.93 6 21.98 47 22.46 21.92 -.02 +20.4 BiPTrSteep Q STPP 35.49 29.08 4 29.90 6 30.60 29.57 +.11 -2.8 BiP2yrTBear Q DTUS 40.28 29.63 39.25 1 39.25 38.72 +.28 +12.1 BarcCAPE N CAPE 126.10 106.48 2 124.68 12 124.90 122.40 +2.35 +7.0 BiPSPMLP N IMLP 1.22e 6.9 19.89 15.44 1 17.80 5 17.82 17.52 +.26 -1.0 Barclay N BCS .15e 1.5 12.55 9.29 1440 10.15 9768 10.21 10.01 +.10 -6.9 BiP SPVix N XVZ 24.11 17.32 18.38 9 18.72 18.20 -.44 -19.9 BrVxMdT rs N VXZ 23.35 16.42 42 17.61 343 18.34 17.58 -1.03 +.6 B iPVxST rs N VXX 56.50 25.59 26587 31.45 153831 33.47 31.36 -2.78 +12.6 BarcWomLd N WIL 70.29 61.00 67.13 0 67.13 67.13 +.61 BarIvrsUST Q TAPR 30.68 19.30 0 25.43 1 25.95 25.43 +.34 +15.8 BaringsCp s N MCI 1.20 7.9 16.36 14.70 20 15.22 126 15.39 15.14 -.02 -.3 BaringsPt N MPV 1.08 7.4 15.65 13.90 13 14.51 61 15.03 14.51 -.42 +2.9 BarHilc rt Q BHACR .45 .10 .18 4 .25 .14 +.03 +12.5 BarHilc un Q BHACU 28.81 8.52 10.76 0 10.76 10.76 +.26 +3.5 B&N Ed n N BNED .60 11.0 16 11.01 4.99 321 5.47 1612 5.50 5.23 +.07 -33.6 BarnesNob N BKS .60 11.1 8.41 4.10 1356 5.40 5823 5.55 5.10 +.15 -19.4 Barnes N B .64f 1.1 56 72.87 52.42 121 60.81 896 61.41 59.25 +.88 -3.9 Barnwell A BRN 2.95 1.62 6 1.82 109 2.10 1.82 -.23 -12.5 BarrettB lf Q BBSI 1.00 1.0 41 98.76 44.52 27 97.40 126 98.39 94.61 +.25 +51.0 BarrickG N ABX .12 .9 27 18.35 11.07 5035 12.91 37056 13.59 12.83 -.44 -10.8 BasicEn n N BAS 29.58 10.29 233 11.65 1882 12.40 11.16 -.16 -50.4tBassettF Q BSET .50f 1.9 40 41.30 26.06 42 26.15 203 28.10 26.00 -1.50 -30.5 Baxter s N BAX .76f 1.0 35 75.62 58.81 2090 74.78 10312 75.12 74.10 +.41 +15.7 BayCom n Q BCML 25.99 22.50 22 24.63 141 25.20 24.61 -.09 +6.6 BaytexE g N BTE 6 4.85 2.22 1428 3.44 11250 3.62 3.37 +.04 +14.7tBeacnRfg Q BECN 20 66.48 38.71 743 39.94 7928 42.30 38.71 -1.92 -37.4 BeasleyB Q BBGI .20 1.8 4 14.40 8.55 2 11.25 21 12.00 10.90 -.55 -16.0 BeazerHm N BZH 17 23.24 13.09 390 15.56 2544 16.08 14.71 +.72 -19.0 BectDck N BDX 3.00f 1.2 248.39 191.53 517 247.10 4150 247.87 242.27 +4.24 +15.4 BectDk pfA N BDXA 63.84 54.18 27 62.55 1467 63.14 62.09 +.43 +8.0 BedBath Q BBBY .64 3.2 7 31.15 16.52 3095 19.87 18398 21.45 19.76 -1.20 -9.6 BeiGene n Q BGNE 220.10 65.59 230 166.09 1066 173.05 159.10 -2.88 +70.0 BelFuse A Q BELFA .24 1.2 21 29.90 15.24 0 20.05 1 21.69 20.05 -1.89 -8.1 BelFuseB Q BELFB .28 1.4 20 33.45 17.10 48 20.45 99 22.85 20.15 -2.23 -18.8 Belden N BDC .20 .3 12 87.15 53.65 175 65.60 1346 66.00 63.46 +2.65 -15.0 Belden pfB N BDCpB 114.45 74.97 5 89.27 394 89.57 87.35 +3.03 -13.4tBelltrx g rs N BXE 1 3.10 .94 156 .98 627 1.01 .94 -.01 -43.3 Belleroph n Q BLPH 3.30 1.00 293 2.88 1589 2.90 2.55 +.32 +11.6 BellicumP Q BLCM 13.30 5.02 296 8.09 1766 8.49 7.88 -.26 -3.8 Belmond N BEL 14.20 10.30 414 11.50 2918 11.80 10.85 +.70 -6.1 Bemis N BMS 1.24 2.9 17 49.84 40.60 304 42.47 2779 43.08 42.19 +.19 -11.1 BenchElec N BHE .60 2.0 20 35.80 25.75 132 29.65 1461 30.45 29.30 -.25 +1.9 BenefBncp Q BNCL .24a 1.5 17.50 14.40 76 16.20 457 16.80 16.13 -.35 -1.5 Benefitfoc Q BNFT 36.95 21.75 111 35.85 503 36.10 34.40 -.10 +32.8sBenitecB n Q BNTC 4.90 1.85 30 3.13 5052 4.90 2.86 +.93 +5.7 Berkley N WRB 1.52e 2.1 16 79.74 62.00 312 73.37 1403 74.61 72.75 +.92 +2.4 Berkley pfB N WRBpB 1.41 5.7 26.21 23.67 9 24.78 39 25.29 24.70 -.42 -1.7 Berkly pfC N WRBpC 27.24 24.45 7 25.38 45 26.11 25.35 -.59 -3.1 Berkly pfD N WRBpD 1.44 5.8 26.92 24.10 9 24.90 66 25.13 24.84 -.12 -4.0 BerkHa A N BRK/A 23 326350.03 252254.16 1 290000.00 2 290100.00 284515.00 +6300.00 -2.6 BerkH B N BRK/B 26 217.62 168.00 2694 190.96 16064 191.29 187.82 +3.40 -3.7 BerkHBcp N BHLB .88 2.2 18 44.10 32.85 432 40.50 1335 42.10 40.40 -1.05 +10.7 BerryPlas N BERY 18 61.71 45.60 1380 47.15 6016 48.28 46.69 +.55 -19.6 BestBuy N BBY 1.80f 2.4 27 79.90 51.61 3106 75.88 12650 76.78 73.03 +1.60 +10.8 Best Inc n N BSTI 13.54 8.08 1670 10.49 6716 11.96 10.45 -1.32 +16.8 Beyondsp n Q BYSI 42.68 19.55 5 25.98 32 27.53 25.11 -1.02 -10.7 Big 5Sprt Q BGFV .60 8.9 7 12.60 5.05 209 6.75 1548 7.40 6.50 -.60 -11.2 BigLots N BIG 1.20 2.9 13 64.42 36.20 1267 41.85 4308 42.32 40.20 +1.18 -25.5 BigRock rt Q BRPAR .74 .29 .41 1 .41 .36 +.04 +11.1 Biglari B N BH 5 269.58 176.19 12 192.59 37 204.99 189.00 -10.85 -23.5 Biglari A N BH/A 1036.79 938.30 0 960.00 1 1020.00 953.79 -35.00 Bilibili n Q BILI 49 22.70 9.62 9511 13.80 44701 14.69 12.76 +.50 +22.8sBioRadA N BIO 80 305.00 208.95 103 303.95 501 306.39 296.05 +6.03 +27.4 BioTechne Q TECH 1.28 .8 51 166.81 112.33 127 153.11 870 154.27 151.10 +2.70 +18.2 BioDlvry lf Q BDSI 3.60 1.70 120 2.90 1025 3.05 2.85 -.10 -1.7 BioHiTch n Q BHTG 5.76 2.68 9 3.61 33 3.88 3.55 -.19 -20.7sBioLifeSol Q BLFS 19.64 2.85 841 19.79 2612 20.80 15.70 +2.77 +229.8 BioLneRx h Q BLRX 1.34 .78 261 .93 1492 .99 .90 +.02 -14.9sBioXcelT n Q BTAI 14.79 6.76 68 10.94 424 14.79 9.80 +1.11 -.8 BioanlySys Q BASI 38 2.95 1.37 9 1.91 220 2.03 1.78 -.04 -22.0 Bioblast rs Q ORPN 5.99 1.53 61 1.60 874 2.20 1.60 -.13 -30.0tBiocept rs Q BIOC 49.20 3.50 13621 7.19 25457 12.15 3.50 +1.79 -65.5sBiocryst Q BCRX 6.69 3.95 508 6.19 3838 6.69 5.90 +.21 +26.1 Biofront n Q BFRA 29 17.98 11.25 0 12.80 3 13.50 12.59 -.23 +5.1 Biogen Q BIIB 21 370.57 249.17 1168 348.48 11829 360.35 339.15 -9.00 +9.4 BiohvnPh n N BHVN 44.28 16.50 212 41.80 1564 43.75 39.80 -1.20 +54.9sBioMarin Q BMRN 103.53 75.81 1369 103.61 7409 103.96 95.37 +5.36 +16.2 Biomeri n Q BMRA 9.32 2.52 2 4.14 34 4.20 3.97 +.09 +10.7 BiondVax n Q BVXV 10.75 4.60 1 6.57 9 6.57 6.40 +.10 +22.6 BioPhrmX A BPMX .48 .10 2644 .21 10029 .23 .20 -.01 +92.7 BioScrip Q BIOS 3.39 1.80 692 3.00 5082 3.26 2.99 -.17 +3.1 BioSpecif Q BSTC 28 53.77 38.05 12 47.35 148 47.90 45.26 +.39 +9.3 BiostrPh rs Q BSPM 5.97 1.18 30 2.33 595 2.85 2.29 -.05 +31.6sBioTelem Q BEAT 49.35 23.30 345 49.25 1536 49.35 47.35 +1.10 +64.7 BioTime A BTX 3 3.18 1.98 281 2.33 2477 2.40 2.11 +.15 +8.4 BirksGrp A BGI 2.77 1.01 20 1.45 131 1.45 1.19 +.17 +11.5sBisnCap n Q BCAC 10.09 9.67 10.09 2 10.09 10.05 +.08 +2.2 BisnCap un Q BCACU 11.37 10.05 0 10.47 0 10.47 10.47 -.02 +1.9 BisnCap rt Q BCACR .52 .25 .36 2 .39 .30 -.06 -4.5 BitautoH N BITA 12 54.42 18.47 835 23.61 7160 25.42 22.24 +.14 -25.8 BlackBox Q BBOX .48 21.1 8.45 .75 1682 2.28 50479 2.63 1.84 +.25 -35.8 BlkHillsCp N BKH 1.90f 3.1 18 71.01 50.49 240 61.32 2191 63.98 60.65 -2.65 +2.0 BlkHCp un N BKHU 77.25 56.40 6 66.48 112 69.35 66.18 -1.60 +.5sBlKnight n N BKI 51 55.30 42.70 383 55.25 2632 55.35 54.10 +1.05 +25.1 BlRidgAc n Q BRAC 9.80 9.52 1 9.77 26 9.77 9.76 +.01 +1.2 BlRidgAc rt Q BRACR .43 .22 13 .35 61 .35 .30 +.05 +25.0 BlRidgA un Q BRACU 11.35 9.97 10.42 1 10.42 10.42 -.03 +2.8 BlkStMin n N BSM 1.25 6.9 21 19.03 15.76 69 18.05 507 18.41 17.71 -.09 +.6 BlackLin n Q BL 50.31 28.79 208 46.96 1131 47.35 44.25 +1.78 +43.2 BlkRkCap Q BKCC .72 12.2 84 7.67 5.48 234 5.91 1302 6.07 5.91 -.08 -5.1 Blckbaud Q BLKB .48 .4 76 116.07 81.64 228 114.30 1403 114.73 109.81 +4.93 +21.0 BlackBerry N BB 14.55 8.47 2669 10.20 14045 10.22 9.85 +.28 -8.7 BlackRock N BLK 11.52 2.3 21 594.52 408.62 786 507.09 3077 512.50 493.94 +15.40 -1.3 Blrk22Gl n N BGIO 10.20 8.88 39 8.96 239 9.01 8.93 +.04 -8.6 BlkBldAm N BBN 1.58 7.2 23.96 21.26 87 21.94 632 22.23 21.76 +.07 -5.4 BlkCA18 N BJZ .33 2.2 15.35 14.37 3 14.76 27 14.81 14.72 +.02 +1.4 BlkCAIT N BFZ .87 6.7 14.81 12.83 29 12.91 357 12.96 12.90 +.01 -6.3 BlkCorBd N BHK .78 6.1 14.26 12.63 78 12.84 584 12.98 12.82 +.04 -8.5 BlkCpHiY N HYT .84 8.0 11.47 10.41 213 10.51 1118 10.54 10.45 +.06 -3.9 BlkCrdAllo N BTZ .97 8.0 13.66 12.03 148 12.12 988 12.20 12.09 +.03 -9.0 BlkDbtStr rs N DSU .82 7.4 11.86 11.12 100 11.12 973 11.25 11.12 -.03 -5.0sBlkEngyRs N BGR 1.32 8.5 15.77 12.32 69 15.46 516 15.77 15.29 +.32 +9.0 BlkEnhC&I N CII 1.20 7.2 17.08 14.46 91 16.64 532 16.69 16.43 +.33 +1.6 BlkEEqDv N BDJ .56 6.1 9.65 8.03 253 9.14 2680 9.18 9.06 +.13 -1.0 BlEnhGvIn N EGF .66 5.1 14.14 12.69 0 12.94 13 13.12 12.94 -.08 -3.4 BlkFltRtInc N FRA .81 5.8 14.63 13.70 191 13.86 653 14.04 13.83 -.08 +.5 BlkFloatR N BGT .70 5.3 14.33 13.02 29 13.11 271 13.26 13.07 +.01 -5.8 BlkFL2020 N BFO .37 2.6 15.18 13.46 3 14.26 27 14.30 14.26 -.04 -1.1 BlkGlbOp N BOE 1.16 10.5 13.08 10.09 197 11.05 1011 11.22 11.03 -.05 -11.7sBlkHlthSci N BME 2.40 5.8 41.44 32.81 22 41.17 186 41.44 39.87 +1.51 +12.8 BlkIT N BKT .37 6.4 6.40 5.70 24 5.82 336 5.85 5.80 +.02 -5.7 BlkIntlG&I N BGY .59 10.2 6.85 5.63 156 5.76 1259 5.82 5.74 +.02 -11.7 BlkIQM N BKN .74a 5.3 15.75 13.49 25 14.03 154 14.38 14.02 -.36 -6.0 BlkLtdD N BLW .95 6.4 16.30 14.81 88 14.88 356 14.96 14.83 +.12 -6.4 BlkLTMu N BTA .65a 5.8 12.54 11.09 31 11.19 150 11.26 11.18 +.01 -6.8 BlkMultSec N BIT 1.40a 8.2 18.77 16.56 149 17.01 540 17.27 16.98 -.04 -6.3 BlkMuIntD N MUI .59a 4.5 14.41 12.92 44 13.15 238 13.26 13.14 -.01 -5.5 BlkMuNYInt N MNE .69 5.4 14.45 12.51 2 12.68 11 12.74 12.65 -.02 -6.8 BlkMunihCA N MUC .64 4.9 15.19 12.99 56 13.18 278 13.26 13.11 +.02 -7.2 BlkMunHIQ N MFL .86 6.7 15.33 12.64 140 12.84 457 12.96 12.81 -.04 -12.2 BlMunhNYQ N MHN .61a 4.9 14.58 12.31 32 12.41 190 12.42 12.33 +.06 -7.3tBlMunhNJQ N MUJ .71a 5.5 14.96 12.92 43 12.96 400 13.06 12.90 -.02 -10.4 BlkMunihQ N MUS .81 6.7 14.22 11.92 51 12.11 192 12.12 11.95 +.21 -9.5 BlkMunHQ2 N MUE .82 6.7 14.33 12.03 48 12.18 368 12.30 12.13 +.01 -12.4 BlMunyCAQ N MCA .88 6.6 15.69 13.18 35 13.35 266 13.43 13.33 +.02 -8.9 BlkMunyInv N MYF .97 7.1 17.50 13.58 45 13.62 251 13.75 13.58 -.01 -8.3tBlkMunyIQ N MFT .85 6.7 15.32 12.74 18 12.80 100 12.84 12.74 +.05 -8.2tBlkMYMIQ N MIY .83 6.4 14.35 12.95 84 12.93 271 13.00 12.91 +.01 -7.6 BlMunyNYQ N MYN .57a 4.8 13.43 11.79 34 11.90 233 11.98 11.88 -.01 -7.9 BlkMunyPaQ N MPA .86 6.4 14.91 13.32 6 13.44 73 13.48 13.41 +.06 -6.3 BlMunyQlty N MQY .96 7.0 16.10 13.66 28 13.76 257 13.84 13.73 +.10 -9.3 BlkMuniyQ3 N MYI .70 5.6 14.86 12.36 157 12.56 900 12.59 12.48 +.07 -9.1 BlkMuniast N MUA .65a 4.9 15.84 13.04 61 13.18 274 13.30 13.13 +.09 -12.0 Blk2018 N BPK .06 .4 15.07 14.71 13 15.00 91 15.00 14.92 +.01 +1.6 BlkMu2020 N BKK .47a 3.1 15.84 14.92 45 15.06 263 15.11 15.03 +.4 BlkMuBdT N BBK .76a 5.3 16.47 13.95 56 14.36 112 14.39 14.22 +.08 -5.2tBlkMuIIQ N BAF .82 6.2 15.58 13.32 25 13.35 196 13.49 13.32 +.02 -9.9 BlkMunIIT N BBF .87 6.8 15.80 12.75 59 12.84 216 12.95 12.84 +.02 -8.4 BlkMuIQT N BYM .86 6.6 15.24 12.92 41 13.12 195 13.21 13.09 +.08 -7.5 BlkMuIT N BFK .78 6.0 14.72 12.64 81 12.92 376 12.95 12.84 +.07 -8.3 BlkMuIT2 A BLE .95a 6.8 15.87 13.31 14.05 -2.6 BlkMuTTT N BTT .86a 4.0 23.28 20.98 66 21.46 511 21.62 21.41 -.05 -3.9 BlkMunienh N MEN .73a 6.9 12.46 10.34 28 10.50 180 10.52 10.45 +.10 -9.9 BlkMunihld N MHD .89a 5.7 18.25 14.90 27 15.57 120 16.06 15.57 -.08 -5.8 BlkMunihd2 N MUH .81a 5.9 16.63 13.58 23 13.65 151 13.76 13.65 +.03 -7.6 BlkMuniv2 N MVT .88a 6.3 16.13 13.84 45 14.03 230 14.22 14.02 -.02 -9.2 BlMunyldCA N MYC .74a 5.8 15.72 13.10 66 13.42 222 13.45 13.34 +.10 -9.3 BlkMuniyld N MYD .80a 5.9 15.73 13.04 77 13.49 475 13.59 13.36 +.13 -7.1 BlkMunyNJ N MYJ .90 6.6 17.48 13.49 39 13.67 193 13.79 13.65 -.05 -13.5 BlMunQlt2 N MQT .80 6.7 13.91 11.88 28 12.01 122 12.08 11.99 +.02 -8.3 BlkNJMB A BLJ .83a 6.1 16.21 13.37 13.61 -7.6 BlkNY18 N BLH .03 .2 14.98 14.66 0 14.81 15 14.81 14.73 +.09 +.7 BlkNYMB N BQH .74 5.7 15.65 12.96 8 13.06 15 13.15 13.03 -.08 -11.3 BlkNYIQT N BSE .69 5.6 14.00 12.14 11 12.40 46 12.46 12.38 +.02 -5.8tBlkNYIT N BNY .83 6.6 15.50 12.55 11 12.57 160 12.65 12.55 -.02 -12.1 BlkRsCmdy N BCX .79 8.6 10.50 8.15 171 9.11 987 9.40 9.10 +.01 -6.8 BlkSciTch N BST 1.20 3.4 35.75 22.34 108 34.89 459 35.09 33.35 +2.06 +30.7 BlkStMT N BSD .78a 6.2 15.61 12.41 19 12.66 80 12.75 12.62 +.07 -7.5 BlkU&Inf N BUI 1.45 7.1 21.74 19.08 29 20.37 185 20.70 20.22 -.07 -5.8 BlkstFltRt N BSL 1.08 6.1 18.51 17.01 25 17.83 176 17.99 17.82 -.15 -.9 BlkstGSOSt N BGB 1.26 7.9 16.22 15.51 68 15.86 485 15.97 15.85 -.04 +1.0 Blackstone N BX 2.70e 7.7 16 37.52 29.58 2300 35.21 16475 35.94 34.31 -.32 +10.0 BlkstnMtg N BXMT 2.48 7.6 14 33.08 29.51 614 32.45 4091 32.73 32.35 -.01 +.8 BlkLSCrInc N BGX 1.18 7.1 17.05 15.45 46 16.54 164 16.75 16.53 -.13 +3.9 BlinkCh n Q BLNK 8.65 1.28 192 3.93 1953 4.35 3.78 +.16 +26.0 BlockHR N HRB 1.00f 4.2 8 31.80 22.45 2188 23.93 12924 24.24 23.45 +.42 -8.7 BlonderT A BDR 2.20 .38 568 1.47 2332 1.64 1.10 +.29 +142.6 BloominBr Q BLMN .36 1.7 17 25.00 16.11 1548 21.07 8438 21.10 19.43 +1.53 -1.3 Blucora Q BCOR 40.60 19.05 198 37.85 1384 39.82 37.70 -1.70 +71.3 BlueAprn n N APRN 8.32 1.72 6282 3.89 27915 4.15 3.35 +.54 -3.5 BlueBird Q BLBD 10 24.99 15.66 51 22.95 384 23.60 22.65 +.15 +15.3 BlueCapRe N BCRH 1.20 10.5 20.20 9.50 20 11.45 93 11.85 11.05 -5.0sBlueHBcp Q BHBK .60a 2.8 27 22.95 17.65 48 21.80 198 22.95 21.75 -.95 +8.5 BluebBio Q BLUE 236.17 85.65 492 180.60 3505 183.60 168.00 +10.65 +1.4 BluegVac n N BXG .60 2.4 25.91 13.00 81 24.60 397 25.70 23.74 -.38 +34.7 BlueknEP Q BKEP .58 17.8 6.30 3.25 453 3.25 1305 3.45 3.25 -.10 -36.3tBluekn pf Q BKEPP .72 11.4 8.05 5.99 5 6.26 180 6.40 5.99 -.12 -19.4 BlueLinx rs N BXC 12 46.42 7.57 230 37.82 925 38.63 35.65 -.31 +287.5 BlueprtM n Q BPMC 109.00 41.41 353 66.98 1835 68.26 65.08 -.13 -11.2 BluerkRsd A BRG 1.16 12.8 13.77 7.02 90 9.08 580 9.20 8.93 -.03 -10.2 BluerkRs pf A BRGpA 2.06 8.1 27.00 24.53 1 25.52 24 25.67 25.35 -.02 -3.3 BluerkR pfD A BRGpD 1.78 7.7 26.25 20.84 5 23.04 31 23.04 22.38 +.55 -8.6 BluerkR pfC A BRGpC 1.91 7.6 26.50 22.48 6 25.01 23 25.01 24.48 +.33 -1.7 BdwlkPpl N BWP .40 3.3 11 17.72 9.10 2189 12.06 18068 12.06 12.03 +.02 -6.6 Boeing N BA 6.84 1.9 37 374.48 202.19 2264 350.79 14082 351.24 336.51 +16.15 +18.9 BofI Hld s Q BOFI 18 45.18 23.51 682 40.45 2991 43.19 40.33 -1.43 +35.3 BofI pf Q BOFIL 1.56 6.1 28.33 24.25 25.75 9 25.94 25.66 -.05 -.3 Boingo Q WIFI 28.34 14.63 285 23.27 1501 24.59 23.03 -.87 +3.4 BoiseCasc N BCC .28 .6 16 49.30 27.60 227 45.60 1191 46.35 44.70 +.40 +14.3 Bojangles n Q BOJA 8 16.20 11.35 109 14.70 640 15.10 14.25 -.20 +24.6 BonanzaCE N BCEI 39.00 23.33 226 36.10 1557 37.74 34.79 -1.43 +30.8 BonsoElec Q BNSO 5.04 1.96 33 3.60 66 3.96 3.32 +.20 +46.9 BookingHl Q BKNG 28 2228.99 1630.56 271 2031.44 1684 2099.06 2027.02 -55.49 +16.9 BootBarn N BOOT 13 26.25 6.10 477 22.95 2726 23.97 22.05 -.37 +38.2sBoozAllnH N BAH .76 1.6 23 46.37 31.56 978 46.50 6250 46.76 44.41 +.82 +22.0 BorgWarn N BWA .68 1.5 13 58.22 42.06 1133 45.08 7207 46.41 44.24 +.49 -11.8 BorqsTch Q BRQS 77 10.50 4.00 7 4.60 28 5.20 4.55 -.65 -15.6sBostBeer N SAM 40 315.25 128.75 188 326.20 672 327.85 300.00 +23.55 +70.7 BosOma n Q BOMN 35.49 12.95 40 21.49 222 22.97 21.31 -1.02 -33.7 BostPrv Q BPFH .48 3.0 18 17.85 13.95 223 16.05 2465 16.60 16.00 -.05 +3.9 BostProp N BXP 3.20 2.5 30 131.84 111.57 626 127.32 2774 128.13 125.08 +1.02 -2.1 BosProp pfB N BXPpB 1.31 5.1 26.94 22.69 1 25.68 28 25.77 25.27 +.28 +1.7 BostonSci N BSX 23 37.30 24.54 4994 33.35 24702 34.09 33.10 -.26 +34.5sBttmlnT Q EPAY 75 54.73 25.22 309 54.50 1532 54.73 51.69 +.68 +57.2 BldrG&IFd N BIF .11a 1.1 11.84 9.63 143 10.35 702 10.45 10.33 +.04 -6.7sBovieMed A BVX 5.49 2.17 86 5.15 1680 5.49 4.63 +.16 +98.1 BowlA A BWL/A .68 4.8 39 16.64 13.43 1 14.06 11 14.96 14.04 -.72 -6.3 Box Inc n N BOX 29.79 17.25 1817 26.28 12298 26.93 25.75 +.14 +24.4 Boxlight n Q BOXL 17.40 3.00 79 4.16 492 4.64 4.00 -.31 -28.1 BoydGm N BYD .20 25 40.44 24.53 632 38.17 3675 38.50 36.83 +1.38 +8.9 BradyCp N BRC .83 2.1 25 40.90 31.70 51 39.25 691 39.60 38.35 +.41 +3.6sBraemHot N BHR .64 5.4 9 12.10 8.44 139 11.88 940 12.10 11.68 -.01 +22.1 Brainstorm Q BCLI 5.35 2.88 25 4.23 141 4.35 4.10 -.01 +7.9 Brandyw N BDN .72 4.3 16 18.69 15.21 905 16.92 7437 17.23 16.79 -.20 -7.0 BrasilAgro N LND 4.55 3.21 0 3.67 9 3.67 3.53 +.15 +4.8 Braskem N BAK .78e 2.9 33.73 20.71 174 27.21 2908 28.30 25.57 +1.74 +3.6 BridgeBcp Q BDGE .92 2.6 18 38.00 29.80 19 35.90 105 37.35 35.85 -1.00 +2.6 Bridglne rs Q BLIN 4.45 1.03 746 1.58 43879 3.75 1.15 +.31 -34.9 BridgptEd N BPI 27 14.16 5.31 141 6.46 856 6.71 6.29 -.09 -22.2 BridgBcs n Q BWB 13.87 12.60 18 12.84 145 13.00 12.69 -.10 +1.7 BridgfdFds Q BRID 14 21.55 11.05 13.74 5 14.32 13.71 -.26 +9.5 BrigStrat N BGG .56 3.0 11 27.34 17.11 163 18.45 975 18.63 17.95 +.38 -27.3sBrightHrz N BFAM 53 108.86 75.85 162 108.84 729 109.16 106.44 +2.73 +15.8 BrghtSch n N BEDU 28.18 11.80 197 16.82 721 16.90 15.50 +.54 -9.9tBrghtSph N BSIG 16.31 13.56 608 13.61 3655 14.73 13.56 -.90 -15.9 Brightcove Q BCOV 10.75 6.20 77 9.50 516 9.80 9.45 -.30 +33.8 BrghtFn n Q BHF 70.00 39.24 1831 40.53 8574 43.71 40.32 -1.18 -30.9 Brinker N EAT 1.52 3.1 16 54.14 29.50 854 48.95 4249 49.91 48.16 -.21 +26.0 Brinks N BCO .60 .7 88.10 66.80 409 83.05 2004 84.80 81.50 -1.45 +5.5 BrMySq N BMY 1.60 2.8 56 70.05 49.96 3685 56.86 19783 57.07 55.53 +.30 -7.2 BristowGp N BRS .28 1.9 18.91 6.36 407 14.45 2240 15.12 13.90 +.22 +7.3 BritATob s N BTI 2.24e 4.3 71.74 48.00 653 51.80 5278 52.44 51.23 +.02 -22.7 BrixmorP N BRX 1.10 6.3 14 20.59 13.74 1584 17.36 10425 17.57 17.10 -.08 -7.0tBroadcInc Q AVGO 7.00 3.5 8 285.68 197.46 16162 202.46 67869 251.80 197.46 -45.22 -21.2 BroadrdgF N BR 1.46 1.2 36 119.99 71.58 501 117.97 3381 119.78 116.64 +1.38 +30.2 BroadVis Q BVSN 4.50 1.77 58 2.28 311 2.35 1.90 +.26 -36.8 BrdwyFn h Q BYFC 70 2.67 1.91 0 2.09 6 2.19 2.04 -.04 -11.4 BroadwdE Q BWEN 4.92 2.10 8 2.34 75 2.49 2.34 -.06 -14.0 Brookdale N BKD 14.82 6.28 2843 9.49 9901 10.10 9.37 -.30 -2.2 BrkfdAs g s N BAM .60 1.4 14 44.33 37.22 543 41.70 3107 42.34 41.24 +.36 -4.2 BrookBus n N BBU .25 .6 41.42 27.01 14 39.55 76 40.25 38.64 +.44 +14.6 BrkfDtla pf N DTLAp 1.91 8.3 31.31 22.08 3 22.99 65 23.61 22.89 -20.2 BrkGblInf N INF 1.40 11.2 13.87 11.02 44 12.48 309 12.48 12.20 +.05 -3.5 BrkfInfra s N BIP 1.88 4.7 29 46.88 37.27 170 40.26 1220 40.95 39.64 -.44 -10.2 BrkfldPrp Q BPY 1.26 6.6 24.96 18.13 466 19.11 3393 19.70 19.09 -.45 -13.8 BrkRlAs n N RA .20p 24.39 21.06 83 23.08 512 23.12 22.93 +.10 -1.2 BrkfReEn N BEP 1.96 6.4 36.00 29.57 76 30.55 483 30.93 30.01 -.10 -12.5 BrklneB Q BRKL .40f 2.2 22 19.35 13.60 249 18.30 1658 19.15 18.15 -.70 +16.6 BrooksAuto Q BRKS .40 1.2 35 36.45 21.75 730 32.20 4745 35.58 31.94 -2.21 +35.0sBrwnBrn s N BRO .30 1.0 28 28.83 21.15 488 28.75 3644 28.84 28.37 +.45 BrownFA s N BF/A .79 1.5 30 57.70 35.69 19 51.50 143 52.01 50.53 +.81 +3.0 BrownFB s N BF/B 29 59.58 37.71 1069 51.02 5731 51.36 50.19 +.58 BrukerCp Q BRKR .16 .6 27 36.53 26.98 464 28.93 3573 29.72 28.46 -.34 -15.7sBrunswick N BC .76 1.1 19 69.60 48.04 767 67.56 4421 69.60 66.28 +1.10 +22.3 BrynMawr Q BMTC .88 1.9 29 48.90 38.75 28 46.65 193 48.30 46.55 -.70 +5.5 Bsquare Q BSQR 5.84 2.50 9 2.60 61 2.75 2.55 -44.1tBuckeye N BPL 5.05 13.9 11 65.90 33.85 1167 36.28 5081 36.60 33.85 +1.86 -26.8 Buckle N BKE 1.00e 4.3 12 28.80 13.50 598 23.20 2412 26.90 22.80 -3.10 -2.3 Buenavent N BVN 16.80 11.21 872 12.59 6823 13.80 12.44 -.96 -10.6 BldBear N BBW 28 11.00 7.25 355 8.15 667 8.65 7.55 +.50 -11.4 BldrFstSrc Q BLDR 18 23.28 14.39 477 18.18 3403 18.86 17.64 -.04 -16.6 BungeLt N BG 2.00f 2.9 30 83.20 63.87 1188 68.47 10905 70.90 68.09 -1.31 +2.1 BurlStrs N BURL 32 158.23 79.07 771 151.15 2841 152.52 146.63 +.02 +22.9 BusinFst n Q BFST .08p 88 30.00 23.10 13 25.47 110 25.75 24.90 +.32 +.8 BylineBc n N BY 24.80 19.02 24 22.36 235 23.05 22.29 -.52 -2.7C -:C&F Fnc Q CFFI 1.36 2.2 19 66.08 45.28 15 61.25 47 65.65 61.25 -3.05 +5.6 C&J Eng n N CJ 36.57 21.99 770 23.15 5704 23.91 22.43 -.15 -30.8 CTrkMH23 N MLPC .89e 6.2 16.87 12.85 0 14.44 1 14.44 14.41 +.10 -5.1 CtrMillr n N MLPE 25.56 19.84 21.68 0 22.04 22.04 -.12 -6.5sCA Inc Q CA 1.02 2.3 20 44.20 30.45 21302 44.06 105053 44.20 36.74 +7.33 +32.4 CAE Inc g N CAE .36 21.70 15.66 85 20.86 564 21.37 20.61 -.21 +12.4 CAI Intl N CAI 6 40.11 19.35 219 23.16 901 24.25 22.36 +.14 -18.2 CAS Med Q CASM 2.06 .59 237 1.98 411 1.99 1.80 +.10 +157.1 CASI Phr h Q CASI 8.42 .93 290 7.30 1924 7.89 6.96 -.47 +124.6 CB FnSvcs Q CBFV .88 2.6 23 36.95 25.50 7 33.70 35 34.70 33.25 -.45 +12.3 CBAK Eng Q CBAK 2.35 .85 8 .90 717 1.02 .86 +.02 -38.9sCBIZ Inc N CBZ 26 24.00 14.05 207 22.95 1133 24.00 22.90 -.75 +48.5 CBL Asc N CBL .80 14.4 3 9.67 3.80 884 5.57 11309 5.83 5.54 -.19 -1.6 CBL pfD N CBLpD 1.84 9.5 24.96 16.30 246 19.40 760 19.40 19.16 +.05 -11.3 CBL pfE N CBLpE 1.66 9.6 25.08 15.06 11 17.31 96 17.67 17.25 -.17 -21.5 CBOE Glb Q CBOE 1.08 1.0 42 138.54 91.12 436 102.90 3635 103.73 100.51 +2.11 -17.4 CBRE GRE N IGR .60 7.9 8.05 7.17 162 7.57 1280 7.68 7.56 -.05 -4.4sCBRE Grp N CBRE .05p 19 49.89 34.38 1263 49.11 6915 49.89 48.01 +.51 +13.4 CBS A N CBS/A .72f 1.2 17 68.86 47.98 1 59.31 13 59.76 57.80 +.96 -.8 CBS B N CBS .72 1.2 13 68.75 47.54 1144 59.01 12343 59.59 57.34 +.86 CBTX Inc n Q CBTX .20 .6 35.00 27.00 45 33.33 419 35.00 33.25 -1.12 +12.4 CCA Inds A CAW 14 3.81 2.75 3 2.84 6 2.95 2.75 +.04 -9.8 CDK Globl Q CDK .60 .9 27 76.04 60.28 516 67.34 5802 67.73 64.27 +.90 -5.5sCDW Corp Q CDW .84 1.0 30 85.82 58.57 523 85.28 3323 85.93 82.93 +2.37 +22.7 CEVA Inc Q CEVA 24 51.80 27.35 44 31.60 343 32.10 31.00 -31.5 CF Inds s N CF 1.20 2.8 46.20 27.73 2998 42.31 15322 44.25 42.11 -.57 -.5 CGG rs N CGG 1 7.50 1.88 19 2.57 134 2.65 2.46 +.12 -42.5sCGI g N GIB 66.31 49.02 133 65.94 710 66.31 64.15 +1.79 +21.4 CH Robins Q CHRW 1.84 2.1 26 100.18 63.41 1008 86.74 5571 87.02 84.55 +2.28 -2.6tCHF Sol rs Q CHFS 24.45 1.65 304 1.60 2064 1.90 1.52 -.08 -53.8 CHS Inc pf Q CHSCP 2.00 6.6 31.47 28.89 5 30.11 76 30.44 30.05 -.18 -.1 CHS pfB Q CHSCO 1.97 6.8 29.86 27.78 24 28.97 161 29.30 28.89 -.13 +.5 CHS pfB2 Q CHSCN 1.78 6.2 29.99 26.16 20 28.50 105 28.86 28.20 +.12 +4.2 CHS pfB3 Q CHSCM 1.69 6.2 28.99 25.56 17 27.31 136 27.84 27.15 -.17 +3.2 CHS pfB4 Q CHSCL 1.88 6.6 29.90 27.15 21 28.44 143 28.92 28.35 -.12 +1.0 CIM CmTr Q CMCT .50a 3.3 41 20.45 11.75 1 15.25 7 15.25 14.80 +.20 -20.2 CIT Grp N CIT .64 1.2 21 56.14 43.25 1176 51.95 5689 52.98 51.26 +.31 +5.5 CKX Lands A CKX .12m 1.1 46 12.00 9.60 10.99 0 10.99 10.99 +8.0 CLPS Inc n Q CLPS 17.35 4.70 889 14.29 1896 15.00 10.13 +3.43 +159.3 CM Finan Q CMFN 1.00 11.4 7 10.40 7.40 23 8.80 124 9.06 8.80 -.20 +8.0 CM SevSt rt Q CMSSR .40 .01 .36 2 .36 .35 +.04 +12.5 CME Grp Q CME 2.80a 1.7 36 174.36 119.30 1021 166.91 7512 167.40 161.00 +6.48 +14.3 CMS Eng N CMS 1.43 3.0 29 50.83 40.48 1745 47.85 12226 48.68 46.29 -.74 +1.2 CNA Fn N CNA 1.20a 2.5 13 55.62 45.10 119 47.10 794 47.79 46.72 +.64 -11.2 CNBFnPA Q CCNE .66 2.2 17 32.86 23.50 8 30.28 82 32.03 30.12 -1.25 +15.4tCNH Indl N CNHI .14e 1.4 15.65 10.09 1888 10.37 12272 10.81 10.09 +.12 -22.6 CNO Fincl N CNO .40f 2.0 13 26.47 18.65 1007 19.58 4384 20.07 19.13 +.13 -20.7 CNOOC N CEO 4.92e 3.0 185.72 108.66 73 165.61 561 167.68 158.78 +3.95 +15.4 CNX Midst N CNXM 1.30f 6.7 12 21.05 15.25 75 19.35 613 19.99 19.12 -.09 +15.4sCNX Resc N CNX .04 .2 18.37 11.59 1038 17.16 8590 18.37 16.93 -.23 +17.3 ConslCoal n N CCR 2.05 13.5 16.65 13.15 26 15.15 83 15.50 14.85 +.05 -3.2 CONSOL n N CEIX 18 48.12 19.51 513 39.44 2260 39.85 37.85 +1.13 -.2 CPFL Eng N CPL .12e 1.0 17.69 10.63 8 11.44 65 11.44 11.11 +.24 -.5 CPI Aero A CVU 16 11.75 7.80 21 10.52 79 10.55 9.85 +.72 +17.5 CPI Crd rs Q PMTS 16.00 1.93 24 2.12 152 2.21 2.00 +.07 -42.2 CPS Tech Q CPSH 30 2.20 1.04 1 1.50 21 1.59 1.50 -.04 -9.6 CRA Intl Q CRAI .68 1.2 29 58.74 34.49 24 54.75 166 55.06 53.17 +.37 +21.8 CRH Med A CRHM 5.50 1.46 24 3.15 184 3.20 2.99 +.10 +18.9 CRH N CRH .72e 2.0 39.32 32.47 1025 35.48 5611 36.13 35.21 -.36 -1.7 CRISPR n Q CRSP 73.90 15.67 747 65.71 3830 66.26 59.61 +2.83 +179.9 CSG Sys Q CSGS .84 2.0 26 48.82 37.21 124 41.30 718 42.67 41.24 -1.00 -5.8 CSI Comp Q CCLP .75 13.3 8.05 4.19 49 5.66 456 5.83 5.46 +.20 +3.5 CsopChiA50 N AFTY 1.17e 7.7 20.51 14.46 0 15.15 37 15.36 14.70 +.40 -13.9 Csop Csi300 N HAHA 36.52 27.41 0 28.34 0 28.34 27.79 +.83 -15.8 CSP Inc Q CSPI .44 4.3 22 18.89 8.75 9 10.26 23 10.44 9.75 +.31 -35.1 CSS Inds N CSS .80 4.8 30.29 15.13 53 16.57 243 17.65 16.35 -.88 -40.5 CSW Ind n Q CSWI 37 56.20 37.80 23 52.90 150 54.40 52.50 -.95 +15.1 CSX Q CSX .88 1.4 10 67.69 47.99 4937 64.71 24466 66.69 64.35 -.29 +17.6 CTI BioP rs Q CTIC 5.36 2.45 454 4.13 5045 4.70 4.10 -1.07 +54.1 CTI Inds Q CTIB 5.99 3.25 6 4.07 13 4.29 3.76 +.07 CTS N CTS .16 .4 31 39.20 21.10 151 37.35 710 38.90 37.05 -1.50 +45.0 CUI Glbl Q CUI 4.35 2.44 10 2.83 260 3.04 2.60 -.17 +2.9sCURO Gp n N CURO 56 28.12 13.50 222 27.34 831 28.12 25.85 +.31 +94.2 CVB Fncl Q CVBF .56 2.5 21 25.49 19.58 363 22.24 1978 23.43 22.24 -.64 -5.6 CVD Eqp Q CVV 18 13.50 6.39 12 7.19 57 7.32 6.76 +.29 -38.1 CVR Engy N CVI 3.00f 8.1 47.67 16.75 312 37.05 2413 38.32 36.04 +.77 -.5 CVR Ptrs N UAN .71e 19.1 4.20 2.58 531 3.72 3341 4.00 3.33 +.33 +13.4 CVR Rfng N CVRR 2.95e 20 26.00 6.70 300 23.00 3059 23.41 22.10 +.95 +39.0 CVS Health N CVS 2.00 2.9 12 84.00 60.14 5592 68.63 40383 70.34 66.81 +2.15 -5.3 CWA Inco n N CWAI 26.93 24.45 24.83 0 24.83 24.83 +.16 -2.8 CYS Invest N CYS .88 11.7 7 8.86 6.25 370 7.55 3882 7.69 7.55 -.06 -6.0 CYSInv pfA N CYSpA 1.94 7.8 25.65 24.01 4 24.92 41 24.98 24.81 +.03 -.4 CYSInv pfB N CYSpB 1.88 7.6 25.32 23.40 3 24.62 56 24.69 24.46 +.16 -.6 CabGS flt34 N GYB .83 3.6 23.75 22.03 4 22.82 8 22.82 22.48 +.12 -.7 CabcoJCP97 N PFH 1.91 14.3 18.74 11.00 1 13.35 21 13.46 12.80 -.08 -9.5 CabAT&T34 N GYC .83 3.7 24.90 21.30 1 22.60 11 23.18 22.50 -.34 +.2 CableOne n N CABO 7.00 .9 38 788.00 597.40 33 760.35 127 773.48 758.45 -.57 +8.1 Cabot N CBT 1.32f 2.1 18 68.63 50.56 113 62.90 1324 63.58 61.91 +1.30 +2.1 CabotMicro Q CCMP 1.60 1.4 42 119.32 68.00 85 114.08 710 115.24 110.83 +2.11 +21.3 CabotO&G N COG .24 1.0 44 29.57 21.71 2554 23.45 20872 24.06 23.18 -.13 -18.0sCACI N CACI 15 179.75 118.10 78 178.35 582 179.75 173.80 +.70 +34.8 Cactus n N WHD 37.50 19.18 1057 33.67 10926 37.38 32.02 -.41 +66.3 CadencB n N CADE .13 .4 62 31.44 20.00 724 28.67 3825 29.97 28.49 -.15 +5.7 Cadence Q CDNS 57 46.00 33.54 978 45.29 6699 45.73 44.28 +.41 +8.3 Cadiz h Q CDZI 14.75 9.65 64 13.10 378 13.15 12.85 -8.1 CaesarStne Q CSTE .29e 33 37.70 12.50 74 15.55 600 16.00 15.45 +.15 -29.3 CaesarsEnt Q CZR 14.50 10.25 4428 11.50 43662 11.60 11.05 +.23 -9.1 CafePress Q PRSS 2.50 1.12 4 1.31 183 1.35 1.25 +.05 -29.0 Cal-Maine Q CALM 2.49e 5.4 90 52.30 33.40 248 45.70 1229 47.85 45.45 -1.35 +2.8 Caladriu rs Q CLBS 11.65 2.63 230 6.18 459 6.35 5.32 +.43 +76.1sCalaCvHi Q CHY 1.20 9.2 13.15 10.60 241 13.02 1116 13.15 12.87 +.22 +9.9 CalaCvOp Q CHI 1.14 9.6 12.00 10.01 118 11.90 849 12.00 11.83 +.17 +6.3 CalaCv&Inc Q CCD 2.00 9.1 22.32 18.15 49 21.92 325 22.28 21.65 -.02 +9.2 CalaGDyIn Q CHW .84 9.4 9.87 8.32 130 8.95 695 9.13 8.94 -.04 -1.4 CalaGTR Q CGO 1.20 8.4 16.34 12.36 20 14.28 80 14.51 14.02 +.08 -5.2 CalaStrTR Q CSQ .99 7.6 13.07 11.00 210 12.96 1460 13.06 12.75 +.32 +7.3 CalAmp Q CAMP 31 25.45 17.52 141 24.05 1031 24.52 23.27 -.39 +12.2 CalavoGr h Q CVGW .95f 1.0 43 99.00 65.75 53 95.20 424 98.40 94.45 -2.60 +12.8 CaledoMn n A CMCL .28 3.3 9.94 5.17 14 8.40 65 8.80 8.40 -.25 +13.7 Caleres N CAL .28 .8 16 37.06 22.39 852 33.56 2061 35.47 32.66 -1.61 +.2sCalifRes rs N CRC 48.85 6.47 2014 40.53 11761 48.85 40.20 -4.14 +108.5 CalifWtr N CWT .75 1.8 29 46.15 35.25 100 40.95 938 42.25 40.41 -1.10 -9.7tCalithera Q CALA 20.05 4.30 181 4.75 1745 5.00 4.30 -.20 -43.1 Calix N CALX 8.00 4.65 154 7.85 555 8.00 7.40 +.10 +31.9 CallGolf N ELY .04 .2 39 20.82 12.36 1172 18.56 4465 19.48 18.41 -.75 +33.2 CallonPet N CPE 24 14.65 9.34 3992 10.89 22633 11.46 10.82 -10.4 Callon pfA N CPEpA 5.00 9.7 53.07 47.11 8 51.44 27 51.83 51.35 -.29 +.3 CalumetSp Q CLMT 9.95 4.00 90 7.75 1219 7.85 7.25 +.35 +.6 Calyxt n Q CLXT 31.89 9.26 45 17.71 547 18.89 17.40 -.32 -19.6 CambLrn Q ABCD 1.36 11.6 38 13.77 4.73 96 11.68 585 12.08 11.40 -.36 +105.6 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 54

Cambrex N CBM 21 62.30 42.55 142 55.15 1310 55.85 53.40 +1.05 +14.9 CambriaYld N SYLD .49e 1.3 41.00 33.28 7 38.35 118 38.92 38.15 +.06 -.1 CambFgnY N FYLD .75e 3.0 27.94 23.06 6 25.41 25 25.75 25.26 -.07 -3.7 CambGblV N GVAL .54e 2.3 28.50 23.36 20 24.00 130 24.40 23.84 -.15 -6.3 CamGblMo N GMOM .56e 2.1 29.42 24.82 11 26.84 50 27.14 26.62 +.12 -2.0 CambGlAss A GAA .55e 2.0 28.60 25.82 21 26.98 57 27.16 26.85 +.07 -1.8 CambrEmS N EYLD 38.25 30.15 1 32.81 9 33.34 32.70 -.15 -5.4 CambEq n N CCOR 26.18 24.12 9 24.61 70 24.63 24.52 +.17 -4.7 CambTail n N TAIL 24.68 20.75 1 20.93 20 21.06 20.83 -.26 -7.3 CamValMom N VAMO 28.07 23.10 5 25.77 35 26.52 25.69 -.19 +3.3sCambrBc n Q CATC 1.92 2.1 92.54 70.00 5 89.88 47 92.54 87.73 +.27 +12.6 CamdnN s Q CAC 1.20f 2.7 23 47.86 37.10 22 45.12 145 47.30 44.93 -1.63 +7.1 CamdenPT N CPT 3.08 3.4 24 96.39 78.19 410 91.51 2376 92.52 90.50 -.14 -.6 Cameco g N CCJ .40 12.19 7.68 1171 10.96 5132 11.15 10.84 -.01 +18.7 CampSp N CPB 1.40 3.4 13 54.37 32.63 2656 41.05 16204 42.54 41.01 -.86 -14.7 CampWrl n N CWH .54 2.0 47.62 18.16 990 26.36 6235 27.17 25.28 +.04 -41.1 Camtek h Q CAMT .56 7.5 12 8.74 4.17 48 7.47 293 7.76 7.35 -.25 +30.6 Can-Fite A CANF 13 2.75 1.12 32 1.28 495 1.29 1.16 +.11 -13.5 CdaGoose n N GOOS 68.75 16.96 702 60.27 4889 61.97 58.68 +.66 +91.0 CIBC g N CM 5.32 9 100.01 81.70 146 88.16 1110 88.64 87.27 +.23 -9.5sCdnNR gs N CNI 1.33 85.77 70.59 821 85.81 5823 86.29 83.01 +3.83 +4.0 CdnNRs gs N CNQ 1.34 38.20 28.02 1831 36.90 13205 37.41 35.96 +.45 +3.3 CP Rwy g N CP 2.60f 196.34 150.91 403 187.49 2241 188.79 182.28 +6.59 +2.6 CdnSolar Q CSIQ 5 19.09 11.37 550 13.10 2534 13.28 12.81 +.34 -22.3 CancerGen Q CGIX 4.05 .82 125 .88 311 .95 .86 -.03 -52.6 CannaeHl n N CNNE 21.34 16.16 359 19.52 1723 19.92 18.62 +.86 +14.6tCanon N CAJ 40.67 31.23 173 31.61 1185 31.98 31.23 +.11 -15.5 CantelMed N CMD .17e .2 40 130.92 72.82 185 94.72 1551 97.38 93.31 -1.00 -7.9 CantbryPk Q CPHC .28 1.8 23 17.72 11.00 0 15.25 10 15.25 14.56 +.55 -6.2 CpStarFn n Q CSTR .04p 56 22.22 16.00 21 19.43 127 19.98 18.89 +.24 -6.5sCapellaEd Q CPLA 1.72 1.6 29 105.85 65.15 20 104.40 332 105.90 101.95 +1.25 +34.9 CapCtyBk Q CCBG .28 1.1 24 26.50 19.76 17 24.75 116 25.40 24.54 +.21 +7.9 CapOne N COF 1.60 1.7 21 106.50 76.98 1953 94.59 10734 97.12 93.56 +1.69 -5.0 CapOne pfC N COFpC 1.56 6.0 26.79 25.49 39 26.14 175 26.28 26.07 -.08 -.2 CapOne pfD N COFpD 1.68 6.3 27.67 25.82 31 26.60 128 26.95 26.56 -.29 -.8 CapOne pfF N COFpF 1.55 5.9 27.31 25.49 271 26.45 471 26.98 26.39 -.47 -2.1 CapOne pfB N COFpP 1.50 5.8 25.80 24.91 63 25.73 225 25.80 25.61 -.05 +1.7 CpOne pf H N COFpH 27.19 25.12 16 25.97 182 26.30 25.96 -.35 -3.5 CapOne pfG N COFpG 25.55 23.25 80 25.01 388 25.07 24.83 -.06 -.1 CapProd Q CPLP .32 10.5 17 4.00 2.98 262 3.05 1587 3.20 3.05 -.15 -9.2 CapSenL N CSU 16.72 9.15 84 10.76 752 11.32 10.64 -.48 -20.2 CapSwst Q CSWC 1.16a 6.4 18 19.38 14.85 9 18.22 40 18.70 18.16 -.26 +10.1 CapitalaF Q CPTA 1.00 11.8 13.57 6.88 49 8.49 286 8.50 8.31 +.14 +16.6 Capitala22 Q CPTAL 1.50 6.0 26.15 24.13 25.05 10 25.12 24.78 -.10 -.6 CapFedFn Q CFFN .34a 2.6 21 15.11 12.19 426 12.93 1583 13.47 12.89 -.43 -3.6 CapInv n N CIC 10.10 9.60 0 9.86 3 9.87 9.85 -.04 +1.9 Capricor Q CAPR 4.25 .66 2298 1.49 2927 1.54 1.29 +.18 -5.7 CapsteadM N CMO .64 7.5 12 10.58 8.17 792 8.57 5306 9.25 8.52 -.67 -.9 Capstd pfE N CMOpE 1.88 7.4 25.85 24.62 6 25.32 84 25.37 25.08 +.28 -.1 CpstnTur rs Q CPST 1.90 .58 295 1.58 1538 1.60 1.46 +.10 +105.2 CarGurus n Q CARG 40.60 25.85 614 36.89 2413 37.70 35.02 +.89 +23.0 CaraThera Q CARA 22.29 11.11 545 21.72 4293 22.15 19.81 +1.72 +77.5 CarboCer N CRR 12.69 6.05 383 9.99 2413 10.59 9.49 +.16 -1.9tCarbBlk n Q CBLK 35.00 21.44 532 24.92 3373 26.35 21.44 +1.86 +4.1 Carbonite Q CARB 41.25 18.55 250 38.45 1260 38.60 36.16 +1.55 +53.2 CardnlHlth N CAH 1.90f 3.8 12 78.78 48.28 3035 50.80 17993 51.63 48.85 +.86 -17.1sCardiovSys Q CSII 35.36 20.58 147 34.96 1428 35.36 34.31 +.11 +47.6 Cardlytc n Q CDLX 25.71 11.10 60 22.34 410 23.81 21.50 +.22 +67.1 Cardtronic Q CATM 12 34.90 15.80 226 26.28 1367 27.09 25.47 -.05 +41.9 CareTrust Q CTRE .82 4.9 33 19.82 12.73 253 16.90 4203 17.42 16.88 -.38 +.8 Care.com N CRCM 22.95 12.80 76 21.58 681 22.01 21.03 -.11 +19.6 CareDx h Q CDNA 16.00 1.12 233 12.39 1562 13.29 12.21 -.64 +68.8sCareerEd Q CECO .30f 1.7 18.50 8.10 230 17.91 3167 18.50 16.72 +1.09 +48.3 Carlisle N CSL 1.48 1.3 20 119.21 92.09 325 114.32 1517 114.90 111.35 +2.02 +.6 CarlyleGp Q CG 1.41e 5.9 9 25.90 19.25 445 23.80 2443 23.90 23.15 +.15 +3.9 CarlGp pfA Q TCGP 1.47 6.0 25.85 23.17 44 24.34 295 24.58 24.17 +.14 -4.1 CarMax N KMX 20 81.67 57.05 1007 76.92 6640 78.12 75.45 +.51 +19.9 Carnival N CCL 2.00 3.4 14 72.70 56.45 3241 58.05 23927 58.86 57.25 +.50 -12.5 CarnUK N CUK 1.80f 3.1 72.29 56.76 114 57.80 1778 58.53 57.15 -.04 -12.8 CaroFin s Q CARO .24 .6 23 45.58 31.33 157 42.04 607 45.35 41.62 -3.13 +13.2 CarolTrBk Q CART 31 10.00 7.34 1 8.30 21 8.46 8.25 -.10 -13.1 CarpTech N CRS .72 1.3 44 61.49 36.57 170 56.51 1277 56.82 54.84 +1.72 +10.8 CarrSrv N CSV .30 1.2 17 28.96 23.15 56 25.02 377 25.29 24.66 +.23 -2.7sCarrizo Q CRZO 29 31.57 11.10 2247 28.46 13763 31.57 28.16 +.08 +33.7 CarrolsRst Q TAST 20 15.25 9.90 198 14.80 1127 15.25 13.90 -.20 +21.8sCars.cm N CARS 32.57 20.94 933 32.21 7473 32.94 29.00 +2.31 +11.7 Carters N CRI 1.80 1.6 18 129.00 83.84 353 112.88 3109 113.55 107.97 +3.12 -3.9sCarvana A n N CVNA 49.87 12.17 607 44.10 4388 49.87 43.39 -3.07 +130.6 CarverBc lf Q CARV 39 11.94 2.01 17 3.93 42 4.92 3.85 -.58 +35.1 CasaSys n Q CASA 82 34.21 13.25 887 15.62 5746 18.83 14.89 -1.19 -12.0 CasellaW Q CWST 27.50 15.20 90 25.41 573 26.05 25.22 -.42 +10.4 Caseys Q CASY 1.16f 1.1 29 128.51 90.42 301 109.17 1437 109.96 106.65 +2.28 -2.5 CassInfo Q CASS 1.04f 1.5 34 74.49 53.23 28 70.09 101 72.26 69.58 -1.04 +20.4 CastleBr A ROX 1.93 .98 107 1.22 875 1.24 1.20 -.02 CastlightH N CSLT 4.75 3.15 120 4.45 2027 4.60 4.35 +.05 +18.7tCatabasis n Q CATB 3.78 .78 315 .85 3983 .93 .78 -43.0 Catalent N CTLT 75 47.87 33.42 587 43.39 3738 44.18 43.14 +.16 +5.6 CatalstB rs Q CBIO 37.00 3.11 317 12.44 1743 12.50 11.02 +1.05 -8.8 CatalystPh Q CPRX 4.51 2.09 896 3.27 2242 3.58 3.13 -.02 -16.4 Catasys n Q CATS 8.88 3.30 49 6.80 171 7.05 6.27 +.02 +81.3 CatchMTim N CTT .54 4.2 13.73 10.81 140 12.84 802 13.00 12.72 -.10 -2.2 Caterpillar N CAT 3.44f 2.4 17 173.19 105.11 2839 140.75 24580 141.86 135.84 +5.34 -10.7 CathayGen Q CATY .96 2.4 19 45.59 34.00 316 40.56 1778 42.51 40.53 -.62 -3.8 CatoCp N CATO 1.32 5.8 22 26.25 10.76 618 22.85 2129 25.40 20.45 -2.16 +43.5 CavcoInd Q CVCO 37 224.95 123.10 29 218.35 221 220.00 212.45 +3.80 +43.1 CecoEnv Q CECE .30 4.5 10.30 4.00 68 6.66 389 6.69 6.40 +.19 +29.7tCedarF N FUN 3.56 5.9 16 71.85 57.15 273 60.08 2424 65.96 57.15 -5.09 -7.6 CedarRlty N CDR .20 4.2 12 6.29 3.54 297 4.80 2206 5.34 4.76 -.47 -21.1 CedarR pfB N CDRpB 1.81 7.4 25.64 22.03 2 24.50 13 24.50 23.96 +.75 -3.0 CedrRT pfC N CDRpC 1.63 7.2 25.39 18.82 41 22.77 228 22.77 21.94 +.81 -9.1 Cel-Sci rs A CVM 3.69 .83 400 1.04 10474 1.29 .83 +.20 -45.0 Celanese N CE 1.84 1.7 13 118.40 91.15 757 110.77 3742 114.77 110.66 -1.66 +3.4 Celcuity n Q CELC 29.19 11.10 5 22.64 56 23.83 22.04 -.95 +19.5 Celestic g N CLS 10 13.92 9.79 386 12.18 1481 12.44 12.04 +.10 +16.2 Celgene Q CELG 26 147.17 74.13 4617 85.69 35580 86.05 82.94 +3.25 -17.9 Celgene rt Q CELGZ 1.61 .11 13 .65 120 .74 .36 +.25 -33.0tCellcom N CEL 6 10.62 5.43 5 5.59 43 5.62 5.43 -.10 -45.2 CelldexTh Q CLDX 3.26 .48 1272 .52 8279 .53 .50 -.00 -81.7 CellectBio n Q APOP 13.50 6.12 2 7.35 40 7.42 7.20 +.14 +5.0 Celct wtA Q CLRBZ .85 .39 .49 -1.6 Cellectar rs Q CLRB 2.06 .57 138 .74 3687 .82 .63 +.14 -46.0 Cellectis n Q CLLS 38.85 21.25 246 28.35 654 29.42 28.13 -.58 -2.7 CallularBio Q CBMG 22.75 8.30 93 19.45 254 20.40 18.55 +.55 +72.9 Celsion rs Q CLSN 6.06 1.24 151 3.06 1175 3.34 3.00 -.18 +14.2 CelsiusH n Q CELH 7.00 3.42 30 4.57 326 4.80 4.39 -.18 -13.0 Celyad n Q CYAD 64.75 25.55 4 28.69 28 31.29 28.67 -2.25 -33.4 Cementos N CPAC .50e 4.3 14.11 11.02 2 11.55 18 11.73 11.04 -.10 -6.9 Cemex N CX .29t 10.37 5.72 4640 6.77 26381 7.07 6.73 -.19 -9.7 Cemig pf N CIG .08e 4.0 2.93 1.66 4284 2.01 15583 2.02 1.90 +.08 -2.4 Cemig N CIG/C .08e 4.3 3.16 1.58 3 1.85 4 1.85 1.76 -.1 Cemtrex rs Q CETX .02p 7 3.71 1.90 48 2.17 202 2.28 2.05 +.06 -14.9tCemtrx pf Q CETXP .58t 7.62 4.03 0 4.20 17 4.23 4.03 -.15 -16.9 CenovusE N CVE .20 8 11.52 6.90 2769 10.57 13525 11.29 10.53 -.25 +15.8sCentene s N CNC 21 132.87 79.06 1407 134.53 6969 134.70 128.43 +5.37 +33.4 CntRsDvA Q CDEV 22.14 14.21 1718 17.89 10583 18.96 17.69 +.05 -9.6 CC MLPInf N CEN 1.25 13.7 11.62 8.12 147 9.14 957 9.15 8.96 +.18 -8.2 CenterPnt N CNP 1.11 4.0 20 30.45 24.81 2102 27.76 20043 27.98 26.55 -.18 -2.1 CntrStBk Q CSFL .40 1.4 32.27 21.77 327 29.27 1977 31.24 29.23 -1.18 +13.8 CentElBr B N EBR/B 9.06 3.43 3 4.25 98 4.50 4.14 -.01 -37.4 CentElecBr N EBR 7.86 3.14 172 3.84 1318 4.05 3.68 +.04 -32.6 CEurMed Q CETV 5.20 3.70 84 4.05 461 4.25 4.03 -.10 -12.9 CnEurRusT N CEE .56e 2.3 28.32 21.52 7 24.14 27 24.60 24.01 -.05 -1.0 CentrlFedl Q CFBK 29 2.75 2.05 5 2.58 117 2.59 2.40 +.15 -6.3 CentGard lf Q CENT 23 45.02 30.60 18 43.59 328 45.00 41.38 -1.35 +12.0sCenGrdA lf Q CENTA 41.97 29.03 70 40.67 663 41.97 40.04 -1.06 +7.8 CenPacFn N CPF .84f 2.9 19 33.15 27.34 82 28.89 462 30.00 28.89 -.47 -3.2 CentSecur A CET 1.78e .7 29.00 24.12 3 28.35 103 28.43 28.08 +.20 +3.5 CntlVyCm Q CVCY .28 1.3 17 23.28 18.05 20 21.24 79 22.00 20.90 -.46 +5.3 CentrusEn A LEU 5.14 3.30 6 3.37 32 3.69 3.37 -.31 -16.0 CentAl Q CENX 22 24.77 12.94 800 14.24 5252 15.58 14.18 -.99 -27.5 CntyBcMA Q CNBKA .48 .6 89.40 63.10 12 78.75 39 78.90 75.10 +3.60 +.6 CentCas Q CNTY 39 9.85 6.28 52 8.56 414 8.92 8.35 -.29 -6.2 CentCmtys N CCS 16 36.00 21.90 203 31.90 763 32.45 31.35 -.10 +2.6 CntryLink N CTL 2.16 10.9 9 23.81 13.16 5128 19.88 37370 20.15 19.65 +.22 +19.2 CeragonN Q CRNT 4.15 1.64 132 3.52 1218 3.72 3.50 -.17 +77.8 Cerecor n Q CERC 5.74 .52 105 4.13 261 4.90 4.01 -.64 +29.1 CerdHCM n N CDAY 42.46 29.68 293 34.66 2074 35.50 32.24 +.81 +13.6 Cerner Q CERN 31 73.86 52.05 1302 61.47 8497 63.88 59.96 -1.49 -8.8sCerusCp Q CERS 7.49 2.10 771 7.27 4331 7.55 6.92 +.26 +115.1 Cervecer N CCU .35e 1.4 30.35 24.37 152 25.53 646 25.59 25.05 +.16 -13.7 CescaTh h Q KOOL 6.44 .37 410 .46 3055 .52 .38 +.03 -84.7 Chaisma n Q CHMA 2.95 1.25 12 1.55 69 1.60 1.45 -8.8 ChampO hrs Q CSBR 7.60 2.19 60 6.10 463 6.90 5.99 -.15 +57.2tChangyou Q CYOU 6 30.35 15.57 392 15.74 929 16.47 15.41 -.52 -36.6 ChannAdv N ECOM 15.63 8.30 83 15.35 281 15.50 14.60 +.40 +70.6 Chantic rs Q BURG 5.15 1.81 9 3.10 87 3.19 2.95 -.09 +17.9 CharahSol n N CHRA 12.00 9.98 150 10.72 665 11.75 10.48 -.74 -10.7 CharlsCol h Q CTHR 1.60 .80 22 1.08 73 1.09 1.03 +.04 -20.0 ChRvLab N CRL 23 119.05 94.15 120 117.31 1245 117.85 115.31 +1.53 +7.2 ChartInds Q GTLS 54 74.27 32.54 178 65.76 969 65.91 60.76 +3.00 +40.3 ChartCm n Q CHTR 99 408.83 250.10 670 304.84 4759 310.57 299.12 +.41 -9.3 CharterFn Q CHFN .34f 1.4 23 26.01 15.81 32 23.76 181 25.11 23.71 -.80 +35.5sChaseCorp A CCF .80f .7 36 131.35 83.35 7 121.25 166 131.35 119.35 -2.10 +.6 ChathLTr N CLDT 1.32 6.2 29 23.91 17.90 222 21.42 948 21.85 21.21 -.34 -5.9 ChkPoint Q CHKP 22 119.20 93.76 1206 109.31 9869 110.03 101.71 +6.50 +5.5 CheckC wt Q CHEKW 1.61 .15 .33 +80.6 CheckC nrs Q CHEK 24.00 3.12 138 3.90 614 4.22 3.85 -.13 -62.6 ChckPnt n Q CKPT 10.50 2.25 26 2.74 163 3.00 2.55 -.10 -29.4 Cheesecake Q CAKE 1.16 2.0 18 60.08 38.34 756 57.56 3157 58.10 55.76 +.50 +19.5 CheetahM N CMCM 18.18 7.54 335 9.61 1883 10.55 9.42 -.67 -20.4sChefsWhs Q CHEF 63 31.40 12.00 167 31.25 1018 31.40 30.10 +.30 +52.4 Chegg N CHGG 29.76 12.07 459 28.92 3741 29.41 28.51 +.16 +77.2 Chembio Q CEMI 11.20 5.75 9 11.15 71 11.20 10.90 +36.0 Chemed N CHE 1.12 .3 48 335.99 186.09 185 324.08 968 328.26 318.52 +2.36 +33.4 ChemFinl Q CHFC 1.12 2.0 19 59.83 43.61 228 55.16 1308 58.07 55.16 -1.12 +3.2 ChemoCntx Q CCXI 50 15.08 5.42 224 13.58 1088 13.97 13.11 -.09 +128.2 Chemours n N CC .68 1.5 12 58.08 39.57 888 44.88 6840 46.35 43.77 +.36 -10.3 ChemungF Q CHMG 1.04 2.1 24 56.83 38.79 13 50.50 45 51.86 48.75 +1.43 +5.0 CheniereEn A LNG .56p 69.50 40.36 1916 62.06 14406 66.68 61.52 -4.09 +15.3 ChenEnLP A CQP 2.20 6.0 37.31 26.41 232 36.45 1090 36.73 35.31 +.83 +23.0 ChenEnHld A CQH 2.04f 6.8 29 33.59 24.03 81 29.92 716 32.12 29.72 -1.96 +8.1 Cherokee h Q CHKE .20 33.4 6.25 .50 311 .60 763 .68 .53 +.06 -68.5 CherHMtg N CHMI 1.96 10.9 4 19.43 16.01 88 18.00 493 18.37 17.96 -.25 +.1 ChrHMt pfA N CHMIpA 2.05 8.1 26.03 24.47 2 25.43 10 25.50 25.43 +.05 -1.4sChesEng N CHK 9 5.60 2.53 18869 5.19 145232 5.60 5.08 -.10 +31.1sChesEn pfD N CHKpD 4.50 8.0 57.94 45.99 1 55.93 17 57.99 55.44 -1.17 +12.5 ChesGranW N CHKR .32e 19.7 1 2.50 1.20 54 1.60 275 1.65 1.60 -13.5sChespkLdg N CHSP 1.60 4.9 34 32.95 24.08 263 32.51 1609 32.95 32.12 -.24 +20.0sChespkUtil N CPK 1.48f 1.7 24 87.25 66.35 84 85.70 381 87.25 84.08 -.05 +9.1 Chevron N CVX 4.48 3.6 55 133.88 102.55 3353 124.04 23329 128.51 122.97 -.10 -.9 ChiRivet A CVR .84 2.7 36.80 26.50 1 31.50 8 32.25 31.45 -.70 -.9 ChkSoup n Q CSSE 13.26 6.19 36 9.51 127 9.95 9.20 -.22 +5.7 ChkSoup pf Q CSSEP 2.44 9.8 25.25 24.05 6 25.00 25 25.05 24.31 +.25 +.4 Chicos N CHS .34 4.2 10 10.90 6.96 1935 8.06 16694 8.51 7.85 -.38 -8.6 ChildPlace Q PLCE 2.00 1.7 26 161.65 98.20 693 116.45 2607 121.30 112.55 -3.95 -19.9 Chimera rs N CIM 2.00 10.6 8 19.77 15.77 644 18.79 3625 18.94 18.73 -.05 +1.7 Chimer pfA N CIMpA 2.00 7.7 26.74 24.51 9 25.85 40 26.08 25.85 -.13 +.1 Chimer pfB N CIMpB 2.00 7.7 26.47 24.88 28 25.90 139 26.19 25.80 -.11 +.4 Chimerix Q CMRX 5.94 4.17 87 4.74 420 4.92 4.72 -.15 +2.4 ChAdvCns Q CADC 10.20 1.55 28 6.30 148 7.45 6.10 -.75 +46.5 ChinAutLog Q CALI 8.77 1.50 150 2.30 414 2.38 2.02 +.20 -28.1tChinaAuto Q CAAS 7 5.90 4.01 13 4.06 55 4.19 4.01 -.05 -15.4sChinaBio Q CBPO 25 107.44 71.85 336 100.89 3922 107.44 95.82 +3.60 +28.1 ChinCer rs Q CCCL 4.28 1.25 49 1.69 362 1.84 1.58 +.07 -29.3 ChiCmCr h Q CCCR 4.00 .97 107 1.22 893 1.27 1.15 +.03 -11.7 ChiCustR n Q CCRC 35.10 10.75 115 15.89 720 19.65 15.70 -3.25 -6.8 ChinaDEd N DL .45e 8 10.71 6.61 25 7.20 91 7.54 7.10 -.23 -22.3 ChinaEAir N CEA 45.33 24.44 17 33.16 122 33.89 31.98 +1.25 -8.2 ChiFnOnl Q JRJC 4.14 1.32 42 1.95 100 2.08 1.88 +.08 -27.2 ChinaFd N CHN .55e 2.7 24.76 18.51 7 20.63 90 20.91 20.38 +.15 -4.7 ChinaGreen N CGA .10e 8.5 2 2.11 1.14 29 1.17 206 1.19 1.14 -5.6 ChinaHGS Q HGSH 3 4.48 1.18 109 1.70 157 1.86 1.59 +.09 +38.4 ChnaIntNt n Q CIFS 66.10 10.81 31 14.82 290 16.33 13.03 -1.25 -64.7 ChinaJJ h Q CJJD 1.79 1.17 7 1.35 107 1.46 1.30 -.07 +8.9 ChinLend h Q CLDC .32e 15.8 7.75 1.66 93 2.03 692 2.48 2.03 -.45 -34.7 ChinaLife s N LFC .14e 1.1 17.85 12.23 221 12.64 1818 12.70 12.40 +.27 -19.0 ChinaMble N CHL 3.50e 7.9 56.93 43.63 797 44.10 3779 45.54 43.94 -.72 -12.7 ChinaNRes Q CHNR 4.23 1.88 4 2.18 82 2.28 2.08 +.02 -18.4 ChiNBorun N BORN 2 1.57 1.10 109 1.16 367 1.26 1.11 -.06 -7.6 ChOnlEd n N COE 19.82 9.25 1 10.43 9 10.45 10.14 +.16 -16.6 ChinaPet N SNP 3.73e 4.1 105.61 69.60 98 90.27 666 91.15 87.01 +2.63 +23.0 ChinaPhH A CPHI 1.45 .15 39 .25 959 .26 .22 +.03 +44.3tChinRap n N XRF 12.86 1.98 84 1.98 521 2.22 1.95 -.17 -65.4 ChiRecy rs Q CREG 9.39 .95 31 1.58 711 1.76 1.56 -.03 -43.5 ChinaSoAir N ZNH .64e 1.8 70.52 34.27 86 36.20 388 38.00 35.84 -.66 -30.1sChnaTcF rs Q CNTF 4.07 1.75 370 2.51 5604 4.07 1.82 +.68 -3.1 ChinaTel N CHA 1.21e 2.7 53.78 41.28 36 45.54 180 46.72 45.26 -.69 -4.1 ChinaUni N CHU 16.55 11.87 222 12.09 1714 12.47 12.07 -.11 -10.6tChXDPlas Q CXDC 2 5.00 3.13 5 3.20 64 3.25 3.13 -30.4 ChinaYuch N CYD .73e 3.5 7 27.98 16.16 63 20.68 651 21.32 20.50 -.29 -13.8 ChiCache lf Q CCIH 4.75 .72 700 1.43 3923 1.67 1.11 +.24 -15.4 ChinaNt rs Q CNET 11.90 .90 19 2.48 748 2.78 2.41 -.03 +127.5 ChipMOS Q IMOS 1.97e 13.6 19 21.90 13.49 28 14.53 225 14.76 14.15 +.43 -17.7 Chipotle N CMG 474.46 247.52 349 457.21 2783 464.57 452.17 +6.17 +58.2 ChoiceHtls N CHH .86 1.1 38 85.35 59.60 126 77.35 1192 77.80 76.05 +1.20 -.3 ChrisBnk N CBK 1.55 .75 56 1.03 522 1.04 .95 +.04 -18.9 ChromaDx n Q CDXC 7.24 2.86 267 4.56 2069 4.70 4.15 +.35 -22.4 ChubbLtd N CB 2.86e 2.2 17 157.50 123.96 1134 132.14 10478 133.66 128.75 +2.95 -9.6 ChungTel N CHT 1.29e 3.6 39.33 33.10 187 36.07 935 36.85 35.98 -.60 +1.8sChurchDwt s N CHD .87f 1.6 55.05 43.21 1942 55.89 11294 55.94 53.16 +1.23 +11.4 ChrchllD Q CHDN 1.52f .5 36 314.60 179.05 32 302.90 232 306.50 295.95 +.05 +30.2 ChuysHldg Q CHUY 33 32.50 18.00 63 32.05 340 32.35 31.15 +.20 +14.3 CideraTh n Q CDTX 8.80 3.70 98 5.00 575 5.30 4.70 -.25 -26.5 CienaCorp N CIEN 6 27.73 19.40 1881 26.99 9966 27.54 26.83 -.18 +29.0 Cigna N CI .04 17 227.13 163.02 700 173.09 6538 174.11 171.10 +.99 -14.8 Cimarex N XEC .64 .6 21 130.16 82.45 886 99.97 4798 103.73 98.75 -.59 -18.1 Cimpress Q CMPR 171.76 80.61 58 150.95 560 153.50 147.38 +3.07 +25.9 CincB pfB N CBBpB 3.38 6.9 52.37 48.15 2 49.30 47 50.00 49.30 -.56 -3.3 CinciBell rs N CBB 68 22.20 11.65 1511 15.55 4439 17.60 15.45 -1.75 -25.4 CinnFin Q CINF 2.12 3.0 20 81.98 66.33 378 69.61 2323 70.31 68.39 +1.27 -7.1 Cinedigm rs Q CIDM 1.81 1.11 4 1.49 48 1.61 1.47 -.09 -.7 Cinemark N CNK 1.28f 3.5 16 44.00 32.03 979 36.33 5374 37.76 35.97 -1.11 +4.3 CinerRes N CINR 2.27 8.3 14 29.36 22.61 5 27.26 41 27.71 26.81 +.15 +8.6sCintas Q CTAS 1.62f .8 37 195.18 124.85 320 195.71 2229 196.27 191.50 +4.44 +25.6 Circor N CIR .15 .4 23 59.82 35.16 198 38.86 1667 40.37 37.88 +.93 -20.2 Cirrus Q CRUS 15 66.87 34.78 690 40.27 4129 41.95 39.79 +.18 -22.3 Cisco Q CSCO 1.32f 3.2 21 46.37 30.36 50815 41.78 135716 43.78 40.94 -.93 +9.1 Cision N CISN 43 17.07 10.60 359 16.25 2639 16.37 14.68 +.86 +36.9 CitiTrends Q CTRN .32 1.2 22 32.49 17.43 126 27.40 480 28.95 27.14 -1.15 +3.6 CitGBP Dl n N UGBP 32.62 21.81 0 23.04 2 23.43 22.96 -.14 -13.0 CitCHF Dl n N UCHF 32.08 22.57 0 22.90 2 23.29 22.90 -.39 -13.7 Citi GBP n N DGBP 26.12 18.65 25.46 0 25.48 25.46 +.01 +19.4 CitEUR Dl n N UEUR 31.62 21.82 0 22.68 1 23.14 22.60 -.56 -17.7 Citi EUR n N DEUR 27.48 18.78 1 26.27 14 26.52 25.37 +.63 +14.5 Citi AUD n N DAUD 27.22 18.62 25.39 1 25.42 25.28 -.52 +27.0 CitAUD Dl n N UAUD 32.65 21.25 22.31 3 23.39 22.30 +.06 -16.5sCiti JPY n N DJPY 24.70 18.17 3 24.52 17 24.70 23.22 +1.62 +7.5tCitJPY Dl n N UJPY 39.22 24.29 24.32 11 25.99 24.29 -1.82 -16.8 Citigp pfN N CpN 1.97 7.3 27.81 26.03 64 27.15 886 27.18 26.93 +.25 -1.2 CgpVelLCrd N UWT 45.10 11.23 2252 37.52 17176 44.13 35.24 -5.00 +53.1 CgpVelICrd N DWT 38.42 5.81 9243 6.82 60643 7.25 5.93 +.66 -51.5 Citigroup N C 1.28 1.9 12 80.70 64.38 34051 67.00 94542 69.35 66.22 -.14 -10.0 Citigrp pfC N CpC 1.45 5.8 26.16 24.70 87 25.18 347 25.66 25.17 -.04 -1.1 Citigp pfJ N CpJ 1.78 6.4 29.89 27.59 103 27.79 406 28.19 27.68 -.22 -3.7 Citigp pfK N CpK 1.72 6.2 29.99 26.85 47 27.55 396 27.88 27.37 -.18 -3.4 Citigrp pfS N CpS 1.58 6.0 27.40 25.44 34 26.50 233 26.64 26.39 +.04 -1.6 Citigrp pfL N CpL 1.72 6.6 27.36 25.71 32 26.04 160 26.13 25.94 -.01 -2.0 CitiusPh n Q CTXR 5.49 2.08 184 3.09 1335 3.12 2.20 +.74 -18.7sCitiz&Nthn Q CZNC 1.08 4.0 23 27.85 22.00 2 26.76 38 27.85 26.58 -.35 +11.5 CtzCmtyBc Q CZWI .20f 1.4 17 14.43 13.00 3 14.20 8 14.20 14.00 +.06 +5.2 CitizFincl N CFG .52 1.3 12 48.23 31.51 4343 39.36 20624 40.83 38.95 +.01 -6.2 CitizFst Q CZFC .23e .9 18 26.83 20.15 26.05 2 26.51 26.05 +8.5 CitizHold Q CIZN .96 4.1 17 26.00 21.18 23.50 6 23.50 22.29 +1.10 +1.7 CitizInc N CIA 8.87 6.67 40 7.88 187 8.01 7.66 +.08 +7.2sCitrixSy s Q CTXS 31 109.92 73.34 968 109.77 5560 110.44 103.72 +3.20 +24.7sCtyHld Q CHCO 1.84 2.4 21 80.43 58.80 60 75.59 541 80.43 75.40 -2.23 +12.0 CityOffce g N CIO .94 10 13.93 10.03 123 12.91 1185 13.15 12.80 +.07 -.8 CityOff pfA N CIOpA 1.66 6.8 26.47 22.78 2 24.41 22 24.75 24.32 +.35 -3.1sCiveo N CVEO 4.59 1.57 926 4.56 3760 4.64 4.16 +.26 +67.0 CivistaBcsh Q CIVB .28 1.1 18 25.71 18.96 10 24.62 102 25.17 24.44 -.38 +11.9 CivitasSolu N CIVI 31 19.90 11.15 39 16.35 244 16.95 16.05 -.55 -4.4 Clarus Q CLAR 8.45 5.20 43 8.35 165 8.45 8.25 +6.4 ClayGSCn N GCE 1.43e 9.1 17.55 14.85 5 15.67 11 15.95 15.05 -.22 -5.9 CleanEngy Q CLNE 4.05 1.31 2503 2.65 12582 3.20 2.54 -.54 +30.5sCleanHarb N CLH 58.28 44.75 412 57.28 1706 58.41 56.23 +.75 +5.7 ClearChan N CCO 5.75 3.60 29 4.40 232 4.50 4.35 -.10 -4.3 ClrBrEnTR N CTR 1.35e 11.9 13.18 9.50 51 11.32 337 11.54 11.20 -.02 -2.6tClearOne Q CLRO .28 7.9 10.20 3.55 15 3.53 28 3.80 3.50 -.18 -60.6sClrAllCGr n Q CACG 31.04 24.97 14 31.02 67 31.11 30.56 +.47 +11.3 ClrLgCap n N LRGE 32.49 26.78 32.34 2 32.39 32.22 +.85 +10.0 ClrDvStr n Q YLDE 29.07 25.43 27.84 0 27.84 27.84 +.14 +.7 ClrbrgMLP N CBA .80m 10.4 9.58 6.53 125 7.69 523 7.73 7.53 +.06 -7.1 ClearEnFd N CEM 1.76f 12.5 17.36 12.10 124 14.08 780 14.37 13.88 -.05 -7.8 ClrbEOpFd N EMO 1.47e 13.2 13.36 9.56 42 11.10 292 11.20 10.93 +.11 -5.9 Clearfield Q CLFD 25 15.30 10.35 11 11.20 100 11.40 10.85 -.10 -8.6 ClearsBio n Q CLSD 15.33 5.30 264 10.28 880 11.24 10.16 -.68 +46.9 ClearSign Q CLIR 4.70 1.65 17 1.98 175 2.01 1.95 -45.1 ClearwPpr N CLW 13 50.60 22.48 81 23.35 570 25.50 23.25 -1.15 -48.6 ClemPhr n Q CMTA 20.15 11.13 192 12.54 605 12.83 11.78 +.29 -33.9 CleBio hrs Q CBLI 4.25 2.24 4 2.37 35 2.49 2.31 -.12 -40.9 ClevCliffs N CLF 7 9.15 5.60 4468 8.40 35550 8.58 8.11 -.07 +16.5 ClipRlty n N CLPR .38 12.46 7.62 37 9.88 266 10.08 8.87 +.81 -1.1 Clorox N CLX 3.84 2.9 22 150.40 113.57 936 134.46 6773 135.24 130.82 -.98 -9.6 CloudPeak N CLD 5.70 2.76 292 3.26 1736 3.74 3.23 -.38 -26.7 Cloudera n N CLDR 22.43 12.57 1539 14.77 7987 15.08 14.20 +.15 -10.6 CloughGA A GLV 1.44 11.5 14.39 12.25 32 12.49 136 12.83 12.47 -.08 -6.4 CloughGEq A GLQ 1.38 9.4 14.95 12.53 46 14.66 290 14.66 14.32 +.26 +9.6 ClghGlbOp A GLO 1.20 10.7 11.67 10.40 125 11.17 601 11.19 11.04 +.12 +2.7 ClovisOnc Q CLVS 99.45 41.31 691 48.53 4308 50.00 47.13 +.06 -28.6 CoDiagn n Q CODX 6.85 1.45 15 3.62 397 4.28 3.11 -.62 +37.1 CoBizFncl Q COBZ .40f 1.9 34 23.48 16.28 192 21.60 2243 22.09 21.38 -.11 +8.1sCoStar Q CSGP 97 429.92 255.41 94 424.48 879 429.92 417.49 +2.08 +42.9 CoastwayB Q CWAY 75 27.95 19.55 6 27.80 30 27.90 27.75 -.05 +31.1 CCFemsa N KOF 1.75e 2.9 91.85 54.53 61 61.10 597 62.25 58.78 +.01 -12.2 CocaBtl Q COKE 1.00 .7 34 249.54 125.08 26 135.48 206 138.96 134.42 -2.55 -37.1 CocaCola N KO 1.56 3.5 76 48.62 41.45 5586 44.74 42521 45.00 44.34 +.10 -2.5 CocaCEur n N CCE 1.04 2.5 44.75 36.17 1213 41.67 6804 42.27 40.76 +.86 +4.6 CocrystP n Q COCP 6.45 1.61 50 4.38 179 4.50 3.63 +.44 -4.9 CodaOct n Q CODA 6.56 3.28 10 3.73 32 3.84 3.53 +.01 -21.8 Codexis Q CDXS 16.80 4.80 253 15.75 1362 16.00 14.95 +.25 +88.6 CdrsVlly Q CVLY .62b 2.1 18 33.46 22.82 6 30.01 39 33.45 29.93 -2.41 +9.0 Coeur N CDE 9.87 6.71 1580 8.23 14917 8.55 8.01 +.02 +9.7 CoffeeH Q JVA 41 5.75 3.65 22 5.39 176 5.67 4.88 -.24 +26.6 CogentC Q CCOI 2.08f 3.8 57.65 35.75 179 54.20 1292 56.70 51.45 -1.95 +19.6 Cognex s Q CGNX .18 .4 35 72.99 39.90 747 45.72 6163 48.39 45.01 -.57 -25.2 CognizTch Q CTSH .80 1.0 26 85.10 66.65 4163 81.71 15772 83.35 80.25 +1.15 +15.1 CohBar n Q CWBR 10.79 4.44 113 6.06 910 6.60 5.42 -.22 +21.9 Cohen n A COHN .80 7.5 12.00 7.50 10.70 2 10.73 10.70 -.30 +33.4 CohSClosed N FOF 1.04 8.0 13.52 11.60 29 13.00 249 13.09 12.97 -.07 -2.3 CohStGlbI N INB 1.12 11.5 10.44 9.05 43 9.74 241 9.74 9.63 +.15 -1.4 Cohen&Str N CNS 1.32f 3.0 20 47.83 36.29 219 43.47 657 43.84 41.15 +2.24 -8.1 CohStInfra N UTF 1.60 6.9 24.61 20.88 120 23.11 816 23.19 22.96 +.08 -3.7 C&SLtDP&I N LDP 1.87 7.4 27.25 24.85 45 25.15 251 25.34 25.12 -.08 -3.5 C&SIncEgy N MIE 1.32 12.9 11.40 8.86 50 10.24 250 10.34 10.09 +.08 -.1 CohStQIR N RQI .96 7.9 13.19 10.55 238 12.18 1095 12.24 12.08 -.06 -3.7 CohStRE N RNP 1.48 7.6 21.98 17.91 108 19.57 512 19.66 19.43 +.03 -8.0 CohStSelPf N PSF 2.06 7.6 29.16 25.16 19 27.25 87 27.72 27.03 -.06 -3.5 CohenStTR N RFI .96 7.6 12.87 11.50 41 12.60 261 12.76 12.56 -.12 -1.3 Coherent Q COHR 23 329.00 145.66 407 163.24 2092 168.14 157.47 +5.41 -42.2 CoherusBio Q CHRS 17.80 8.05 262 15.20 2521 15.25 14.48 +.15 +72.7sCohu Q COHU .24 1.0 33 26.66 16.04 231 25.24 1443 26.66 24.47 +.10 +15.0 Colfax N CFX 24 43.29 28.80 516 30.93 3027 31.48 29.95 +.42 -21.9 ColgPalm N CL 1.68 2.6 23 77.91 61.28 2685 65.75 14825 65.90 64.70 -.03 -12.9 CollPlant n Q CLGN 8.99 4.70 21 5.03 28 5.97 5.00 -.67 -43.8 CllctUnv Q CLCT .70 5.1 10 30.82 13.50 38 13.81 195 14.46 13.75 -.40 -51.8 Collegium n Q COLL 29.90 9.01 794 19.74 6606 21.44 18.49 -1.40 +6.9sColliers Q CIGI .10 .1 28 81.95 46.60 25 81.30 137 82.10 79.05 +2.25 +34.7 ColonyBk Q CBAN .20 1.1 17 19.50 11.10 3 17.60 14 18.05 17.50 +.10 +20.5 ColonCap N CLNS 14.74 5.28 1486 6.19 10343 6.54 6.18 -.31 -45.7 ColCap pfB N CLNSpB 2.06 8.1 25.76 22.26 1 25.57 32 25.70 25.47 -.08 +.6 ColCap pfE N CLNSpE 2.19 8.3 27.45 23.86 12 26.24 50 26.24 26.11 +.01 -1.2 ColCap pfG N CLNSpG 1.88 7.7 26.75 22.49 1 24.35 190 24.56 24.25 -.46 -3.2 ColCap pfJ N CLNSpJ 24.84 21.48 44 23.21 157 23.49 22.80 -.14 -5.5 ColCap pfI N CLNSpI 1.79 7.7 25.94 21.81 12 23.23 301 23.29 22.76 -.20 -7.7 ColCap pfH N CLNSpH 1.78 7.7 26.00 21.61 158 23.25 254 23.55 22.96 -.14 -7.0 ColBnkg Q COLB 1.04f 2.6 21 48.06 35.67 555 40.48 1881 42.90 40.42 -1.49 -6.8 Col Sust n N ESGW 32.13 27.20 29.75 1 29.75 29.75 +.38 -1.4 Col SusInt n N ESGN 32.31 27.17 0 28.62 2 28.62 28.35 +.35 -6.3 Col SusUS n N ESGS 32.51 28.62 29.81 2 30.07 29.81 +.16 +.7 ColumFn n Q CLBK 17.73 15.30 101 16.18 949 16.35 16.01 +.03 +4.9 Col Bey N BBRC .50e 2.8 20.47 16.95 9 17.55 115 17.70 17.48 +.02 -4.8 ColEmxChi N XCEM 30.22 24.42 0 25.28 3 25.65 25.08 +.09 -8.6 ColQualDv N HILO .32e 2.2 17.10 13.72 14.50 4 14.50 14.21 +.52 -8.7 Col EMCns N ECON .10e .4 29.87 23.71 47 25.04 772 25.21 24.70 +.14 -11.0 Col IndiaC N INCO .03e .1 51.06 41.41 7 46.65 36 47.02 46.61 +.19 -6.0 Col IndiaInf N INXX .10e .8 16.79 12.10 14 12.58 49 12.81 12.50 +.10 -20.7 Col IndSC N SCIN .17e 1.0 25.98 16.26 0 17.38 17 17.79 17.25 +.46 -25.8sColumbPT N CXP .80 3.5 14 23.33 19.55 432 22.98 2153 23.33 22.84 -.26 +.1 ColSelTec N STK .92a 4.2 24.58 20.09 66 22.00 313 22.09 21.65 +.39 -1.1 ColuSprtw Q COLM .88 1.0 32 94.33 54.89 274 92.07 1914 93.14 89.82 +.85 +28.1sColmbus Q CMCO .20f .5 45.85 24.14 158 41.77 630 45.85 41.46 -1.84 +4.5 comScore n Q SCOR 25.69 20.25 79 22.14 325 22.98 21.52 -.51 -9.6 Comcast s Q CMCSA .76 2.2 17 44.00 30.43 25167 34.70 112322 35.15 33.03 +1.12 -13.0 Comcst29 N CCZ 1.58e 2.9 64.00 50.00 1 55.37 2 59.50 54.05 +2.49 -11.9 Comerica N CMA 1.36f 1.5 17 102.66 64.04 2222 89.46 10095 93.88 88.63 -1.16 +3.1 ComfrtS N FIX .32 .7 30 48.95 31.90 129 48.30 666 48.60 46.90 +.70 +10.7 CommScpe Q COMM 30 41.60 26.29 1172 29.75 4681 30.19 29.59 +.12 -21.4 ComndSec A MOC 3.55 1.50 16 1.52 213 1.66 1.51 -.04 -50.5sCmcBMO Q CBSH .94f 1.4 19 70.00 49.43 944 67.54 5394 70.00 65.34 +2.30 +21.0 CmcBc pfB Q CBSHP 1.50 5.8 27.65 25.00 3 25.97 8 26.11 25.86 -.13 -1.4 CmclMtls N CMC .48 2.2 45 26.72 17.05 712 22.04 4356 22.56 21.58 +.37 +3.4 CmclVehcl Q CVGI 30 13.90 5.55 88 7.18 738 7.91 7.04 -.37 -32.8 CommSys Q JCS .16 4.4 4.79 3.18 43 3.60 104 3.87 3.55 -.27 +1.1sCmtyBkSy N CBU 1.36 2.2 17 62.58 48.89 333 60.73 1244 62.58 60.35 -.85 +13.0sCmtyBkTr Q ESXB 25 10.05 7.90 14 9.90 80 10.05 9.55 +.20 +21.5 CmtyFinCp Q TCFC .40 1.1 19 40.69 32.06 2 35.24 65 37.09 35.10 -1.57 -8.0 CommuFt n Q CFBI 14.00 10.53 13 11.43 30 11.56 11.25 +.10 -1.5 CmtyHlt N CYH 9.89 2.81 1618 2.86 12431 3.29 2.84 -.24 -32.9 CmtyHlt rt Q CYHHZ .02 .01 339 .01 1252 .02 .01 +.00 +114.3 CmtyHcT n N CHCT 1.60f 5.4 30.64 22.41 40 29.66 366 29.97 29.44 -.24 +5.6 CmtyTrBc Q CTBI 1.32 2.6 18 53.00 40.33 30 50.40 232 52.80 50.20 -1.55 +7.0 CmtyWest Q CWBC .20f 1.7 17 12.97 10.05 11.85 30 11.93 11.76 +.02 +11.3 CommVlt Q CVLT 72.65 48.35 149 69.70 932 70.30 68.30 +1.05 +32.8 CBD-Pao N CBD .08e .4 25.90 18.36 1653 20.26 4624 20.73 19.11 -.04 -14.0 CompDivHd N CODI 1.44 8.0 18.35 14.60 129 17.95 649 18.00 17.70 +.05 +5.9 ComDivH pf N CODIpA 1.81 7.9 25.75 20.01 13 22.80 201 23.41 22.70 -.33 -7.5 CompssMn N CMP 2.88 4.3 24 76.65 56.50 251 66.25 1116 67.18 64.85 +.25 -8.3 Compugn Q CGEN 5.00 2.25 133 3.30 808 3.40 3.10 +32.0sCmptrPr Q CPSI .40 1.2 55 34.65 27.60 119 34.30 662 34.65 33.75 +.40 +14.1 CmpTask Q CTG .24 2.9 9.62 4.90 56 8.21 246 8.30 7.63 +.48 +61.0 Compx A CIX .20 1.5 13 16.50 11.95 1 13.30 10 13.75 13.03 +.40 CmstkH rs Q CHCI 6.58 1.20 14 2.49 1518 3.78 2.37 -.19 +46.5 ComstkM rs A LODE 1.34 .21 222 .24 2425 .27 .24 -.02 -37.4sComstkRs rs N CRK 12.32 4.01 920 11.54 4592 12.32 10.84 +.78 +36.4sComtech Q CMTL .40 1.1 28 34.98 17.11 139 35.12 717 35.20 32.60 +2.52 +58.8 ConAgra N CAG .85 2.4 17 39.43 32.16 3962 36.07 28462 36.87 35.74 +.34 -4.2 ConatusPh Q CNAT 7.95 3.22 329 4.65 1328 4.89 4.42 -.10 +.6 ConcertPh Q CNCE 30.71 12.87 98 17.01 583 18.13 16.84 -.49 -34.2 ConchoRes N CXO 22 163.11 106.73 1983 148.08 9227 150.09 141.46 +6.62 -1.4 ConcdMed N CCM 4.29 2.46 0 4.11 5 4.15 4.00 -.09 +23.5 CondHos rs A CDOR .78e 7.4 17 11.19 8.13 2 10.53 18 10.70 10.40 -.20 +5.8 Conduent n N CNDT 21.06 14.95 1768 18.45 9253 18.73 18.23 -.14 +14.2tConformis n Q CFMS 5.73 1.08 544 1.24 1834 1.32 1.07 +.05 -47.9 ConiferH n Q CNFR 7.25 5.00 6.50 4 7.20 6.50 -.64 +12.1 Conmed Q CNMD .80 1.1 25 76.63 47.41 146 73.78 775 76.13 73.69 -1.85 +44.8sConns Q CONN 55 37.95 16.55 590 37.50 2648 38.40 34.70 +2.45 +5.5 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 55

ConnectOne Q CNOB .30 1.2 23 31.40 21.04 77 25.10 733 26.70 25.05 +.03 -2.5 ConnWtrSv Q CTWS 1.25f 1.9 42 69.72 48.86 41 66.47 250 67.44 64.90 -.60 +15.8sConocoPhil N COP 1.14f 1.6 58 72.00 42.27 6250 72.00 29110 72.57 69.43 +2.35 +31.2 ConsolCom Q CNSL 1.55 12.1 20.72 10.31 448 12.82 3550 13.65 12.62 -.12 +5.2 ConEd N ED 2.86 3.6 16 89.70 71.12 1411 79.46 10942 79.66 75.93 -.04 -6.5 CnsTom A CTO .24 .4 8 67.97 51.02 4 59.50 42 61.68 59.50 -1.58 -6.3 ConsolWtr Q CWCO .34 2.4 42 15.35 11.20 53 14.40 376 14.50 12.95 +1.40 +15.1 ConstAlph n Q CNAC 9.99 9.55 5 9.97 5 9.97 9.97 +2.3 ConstAlp un Q CNACU 11.21 8.22 4 10.90 4 10.90 10.30 +.25 +7.1 ConstAl rt Q CNACR .95 .25 10 .58 33 .63 .52 -.02 +87.1 ConstellA N STZ 2.96f 1.4 17 236.62 191.71 1957 215.50 7194 219.70 215.04 +.52 -5.7 ConstellB N STZ/B 2.68f 1.2 21 234.00 191.29 5 215.50 7 218.81 215.50 +.10 -5.3 Constellm N CSTM 14.10 7.15 636 10.90 2896 11.40 10.60 +.05 -2.2 ConstPrt n Q ROAD 14.06 10.86 54 12.42 251 12.99 12.31 -.31 +2.6 ConsuPtf Q CPSS 5 4.86 3.27 8 3.69 122 4.22 3.65 -.45 -11.1tCnE pfB N CMSpB 4.50 4.3 105.95 96.93 3 103.75 4 103.75 96.93 +1.95 -.2 ContainStr N TCS 17 8.93 3.53 100 8.17 540 8.71 8.14 -.31 +72.4sContango A MCF 6.92 2.22 98 6.17 1400 6.92 5.85 +.34 +31.0 ContlBldg N CBPX 22 32.75 21.00 105 31.65 939 32.35 31.05 -.70 +12.4tContMatls A CUO 24.60 15.90 0 16.25 4 16.64 15.90 -.15 -14.5 ContlRescs N CLR 69.91 29.73 1751 62.42 8738 65.41 60.54 -.33 +17.8sContraFect Q CFRX 2.93 .80 301 2.65 1113 2.93 2.43 +.21 +162.4tContraV rs Q CTRV 6.60 1.15 139 1.16 854 1.34 1.15 -.14 -59.7 Control4 Q CTRL 41 35.99 20.01 129 25.29 891 25.99 24.86 -.16 -15.0 ConvrgOn n Q CVON .02p 10.83 8.01 59 9.49 297 9.65 9.27 -4.9 Cnvrgys N CVG .44f 1.7 17 26.72 21.13 892 25.22 7522 25.71 25.20 -.37 +7.3 CoolHl rs Q AWSM 21.00 2.70 174 4.90 621 4.90 3.71 +1.01 -31.8 CooperCo N COO .06 94 260.26 216.47 276 247.12 1940 248.69 242.71 +4.42 +13.4 CooperTire N CTB .42 1.6 19 40.78 22.58 776 26.00 2560 27.90 25.65 -1.75 -26.4 CooperStd N CPS 15 142.08 95.33 156 134.19 748 136.23 132.36 +1.65 +9.5 CopaHold N CPA 3.48f 3.6 11 141.34 91.75 283 97.38 1819 99.52 93.61 -.84 -27.4 Copart s Q CPRT 38 60.43 30.46 1094 59.31 8342 59.52 56.93 +1.30 +37.3 Copel N ELP .26e 4.7 9.69 5.33 315 5.50 1622 5.83 5.39 -.22 -27.9 CorbusPhm Q CRBP 9.96 4.85 320 5.65 1665 5.70 5.25 -.05 -20.4 Corcept Q CORT 14 25.96 11.83 1570 14.30 5257 15.78 14.29 -.91 -20.8 CoreLabs N CLB 2.20 1.9 66 130.34 86.55 493 118.61 2089 122.04 114.79 +.98 +8.3 CoreMold A CMT .05 24.50 13.53 13 13.89 87 14.85 13.56 -.71 -36.0 CoreMrk s Q CORE .40 1.7 29 38.20 17.10 236 23.49 1945 24.32 23.30 -.25 -25.6 CorePtLd n N CPLG 28.30 25.04 110 26.27 3630 26.81 25.87 -.23 -5.8 Corecivic N CXW 1.72 6.9 15 29.23 18.61 597 24.84 4370 25.03 23.46 +1.04 +10.4 CoreLogic N CLGX 23 55.79 42.00 261 53.28 1575 53.66 52.36 +.45 +15.3 CorEn pfA N CORRpA 1.84 7.3 26.93 24.50 7 25.20 54 25.36 25.10 -.10 -2.1 CorEnInf rs N CORR 3.00 7.9 16 39.42 31.50 68 38.19 303 38.54 37.41 +.25 CoreSite N COR 4.12f 3.6 42 120.85 89.76 180 113.68 1069 115.00 112.36 -.58 -.2 Corindus n A CVRS 2.05 .66 527 1.05 6938 1.22 1.03 -.06 +4.0 Corium Q CORI 13.93 7.24 70 8.01 654 8.22 7.60 +.02 -16.6 CorMedix A CRMD .78 .17 693 .28 6169 .29 .25 +.02 -44.6 CorOnDem Q CSOD 53.75 33.24 569 52.08 2475 52.78 48.50 +3.08 +47.4 CrnstTotR A CRF 3.35 23.9 16.72 13.62 249 14.00 1547 14.27 13.80 +.45 -8.4 CrnrstnStr A CLM 3.40 24.3 16.59 13.10 527 14.02 2960 14.40 13.86 +.44 -9.4 Corning N GLW .72 2.5 35.10 26.11 2669 28.80 22152 29.03 28.14 +.67 -10.0 CpBT JCP N JBN 1.75 14.9 16.50 9.92 2 11.76 12 12.09 11.66 -.25 -6.4 CorpCapT n N CCT 1.61 9.8 19.00 14.43 228 16.36 1811 16.75 16.20 +.22 +2.4 CorpOffP N OFC 1.10 3.7 15 35.26 24.55 354 29.58 2561 30.02 29.58 -.32 +1.3 Cort1Aon27 N KTN 2.05 6.5 35.11 30.31 0 31.46 5 31.46 30.84 +.46 -3.9 CortsJCP97 N KTP 1.91 14.4 18.00 11.06 1 13.28 47 13.44 13.08 -.17 -6.9 CortsJCP N JBR 1.75 15.0 16.49 9.82 11.70 3 12.11 11.65 -.32 -6.3 CortsPE N KTH 2.00 5.9 35.00 30.26 1 34.00 2 34.23 33.18 -.23 +5.1 Corvel Q CRVL 30 61.20 45.01 17 55.55 120 57.50 55.40 -1.00 +5.0 CorvusPh n Q CRVS 17.64 7.42 31 11.05 237 11.53 10.85 -.35 +6.7 Cosan Ltd N CZZ .26e 3.2 11.89 6.33 976 8.21 5418 8.27 7.58 +.53 -15.4sCostamre N CMRE .40 5.0 8.39 5.45 324 8.00 2521 8.39 7.81 -.28 +38.6 Costam pfB N CMREpB 1.91 7.8 27.43 22.95 5 24.55 27 24.94 24.30 -.13 -1.9 Costmr pfC N CMREpC 2.13 8.4 26.24 23.61 4 25.30 40 26.05 25.20 -.23 -.6 Costam pfD N CMREpD 2.19 8.3 26.89 24.44 6 26.32 101 26.73 25.74 -.47 +1.9sCostco Q COST 2.28f 1.1 31 214.17 150.00 1951 216.54 9506 216.64 209.97 +6.92 +16.3 Cotiviti n N COTV 45.97 30.84 223 44.27 1716 44.39 44.18 -.08 +37.4 Cott Cp N COT .24 1.4 17.78 14.06 992 16.75 4098 17.06 16.30 -.03 +.5 Coty N COTY .50 3.5 21.68 12.92 2632 14.24 20251 14.46 13.97 +.08 -28.4 CountrP rs Q CPAH 7.30 1.86 114 2.82 211 2.98 2.39 +.30 -12.1 CountyBcp Q ICBK .28 1.1 16 33.94 23.30 3 26.64 15 28.15 26.55 -1.53 -10.5sCoupaSft n Q COUP 66.20 28.95 1344 65.61 4255 66.20 62.87 +.61 +110.2 CousPrp N CUZ .26 2.7 14 9.88 8.23 3273 9.55 36417 9.81 9.52 -.21 +3.2sCovantaH N CVA 1.00 5.8 17.40 13.08 550 17.30 3712 17.45 16.83 +.35 +2.4 Covenant Q CVTI 33 35.19 15.86 143 29.92 889 34.37 29.75 -3.10 +4.1 CowenInc s Q COWN 38 18.25 11.63 173 13.95 1505 14.50 13.50 -.20 +2.2 Cowen27 n Q COWNZ 1.84 7.2 26.24 24.76 11 25.40 50 25.49 25.14 +.10 -1.2sCowen33 n Q COWNL 1.94 7.7 25.25 24.87 72 25.05 141 25.25 25.03 -.19 +.5 CrackerB Q CBRL 5.00f 3.3 16 179.12 141.75 235 150.52 1625 160.30 150.37 -3.31 -5.3 CraftBrew Q BREW 34 21.00 16.50 79 20.05 271 21.00 19.65 -.85 +4.4 Crane N CR 1.40 1.7 28 102.65 71.23 232 81.94 1305 82.75 80.43 +1.61 -8.2 CrwfdA N CRD/A .28 3.3 60 9.95 6.78 22 8.40 60 8.62 8.18 -.13 -1.2 CrwfdB N CRD/B .20 2.4 60 12.40 7.54 15 8.46 46 8.78 8.35 -.21 -12.1 Cray Inc Q CRAY 69 28.60 17.40 172 25.70 885 27.20 25.65 -.80 +6.2 Credicp N BAP 8.57e 3.8 239.54 181.00 152 227.33 871 232.12 226.37 -1.21 +9.6 CreditAcc Q CACC 17 377.82 239.00 35 362.62 274 369.28 360.03 +.02 +12.1 CS EnEur50 N FIEU 153.69 109.31 128.71 1 128.89 128.71 +5.56 -6.2 CSVixMd rs Q TVIZ 16.27 7.93 3 8.22 55 8.95 8.20 -1.03 -8.4 CSVixST rs Q VIIX 23.85 10.84 124 13.27 802 14.13 13.25 -1.19 +12.6sCS FILgCG N FLGE 274.11 177.75 7 275.37 24 278.43 266.35 +10.47 +20.7 CSSilvCC Q SLVO .58e 7.9 8.63 7.28 9 7.31 54 7.50 7.29 -.10 -7.5tCSGoldCvC Q GLDI .55e 6.5 9.48 8.46 8 8.46 78 8.63 8.44 -.09 -6.3 CSVS3xInSlv Q DSLV 34.67 20.03 236 27.43 752 27.71 25.41 +1.13 +16.2 CSVS3xInG Q DGLD 55.21 37.83 145 50.91 560 51.06 48.19 +1.70 +16.7tCS VS3xGld Q UGLD 12.72 9.07 557 9.06 4224 9.61 9.04 -.35 -18.7 CSVIVxMT Q ZIV 94.42 60.60 60 78.53 542 78.64 75.33 +4.30 -11.4 CrSuisInco A CIK .26 8.4 3.50 3.11 88 3.14 560 3.16 3.12 +.02 -5.1tCS InvBr n N DBRT 85.47 23.07 4 26.38 112 29.07 23.07 +1.04 -47.4 CS LgBrnt n N UBRT 316.38 115.89 239.95 1 240.08 236.61 -37.96 +34.5 CrS Crd n Q USOI 2.45e 8.4 33.00 21.97 0 29.01 11 29.72 28.90 -.24 +8.9 CS MthlMtg N REML 33.31 22.00 12 27.07 78 28.69 26.94 -.31 -11.5 CS CrdeOil N OIIL 44.02 27.22 1 42.22 7 43.74 41.68 -.87 +19.9 CS MAsHi N MLTI 1.30e 29.48 27.00 28.03 0 28.35 28.30 -.06 +.1tCS VSSilv Q USLV 14.96 8.50 3528 8.52 18398 9.23 8.42 -.41 -26.6 CredSuiss N CS 1.22e 8.2 19.98 14.37 1089 14.81 10308 15.38 14.71 -.22 -17.0 CrSuiHiY A DHY .29 11.0 2.91 2.56 157 2.63 1135 2.65 2.63 -7.4 Cree Inc Q CREE 50.68 20.50 447 45.59 4756 47.02 45.00 -.27 +22.8 CrescPtE g N CPG .12 1.6 43 9.25 6.40 1086 7.72 6668 7.87 7.44 +.28 +1.3 CrestEq rs N CEQP 2.40 7.2 35.65 22.15 310 33.30 1123 33.60 31.83 +1.10 +29.1 Cresud Q CRESY .45e 2.8 23.69 14.44 110 16.14 404 16.23 15.82 +.44 -26.9 Criteo SA Q CRTO 27 53.79 21.00 381 34.00 3244 35.33 33.51 +.53 +30.6 Crocs Q CROX 19.54 7.42 884 17.12 4179 17.36 16.35 +.38 +35.4 CronosGp n Q CRON 10.39 5.12 1577 7.06 8912 7.19 6.81 +.10 -7.3 CrossAmer N CAPL 2.10m 12.1 40 29.80 15.50 37 17.40 312 17.68 17.15 +.23 -26.7 CrssCtryHl Q CCRN 21 14.65 9.07 84 11.90 1826 12.75 11.77 -.26 -6.7 CrosTim N CRT 1.02e 7.0 14 15.72 12.99 2 14.60 41 14.65 14.02 +.27 -.6 CrwnCstle N CCI 4.20 3.8 114.97 93.14 1110 111.06 10698 111.79 108.00 -.21 CrwnCst pfA N CCIpA 1.72 .2 1160.00 1023.93 7 1073.00 20 1098.49 1072.71 -10.00 -5.3tCrownCfts Q CRWS .32 5.9 17 7.54 5.26 55 5.45 179 5.65 5.26 -.10 -15.5 CrownHold N CCK 18 62.27 42.63 1897 45.36 8108 47.24 45.25 -.04 -19.4sCryolife N CRY .12 .4 71 30.45 16.80 46 29.65 504 30.45 29.00 -.50 +54.8 CryoPort rs Q CYRX 16.88 4.70 188 15.64 1399 16.75 15.35 -.54 +82.1 Ctrip.com s Q CTRP 27 60.65 40.13 2888 45.00 17544 46.14 44.72 -.65 +2.0 CubeSmart N CUBE 1.20 3.8 29 33.18 22.83 1072 31.83 7344 33.18 31.77 -1.14 +10.1 Cubic N CUB .27 .4 72.43 39.58 104 69.90 835 70.20 68.50 +1.55 +18.6 CueBioph n Q CUE 17.99 10.30 31 11.83 391 12.10 10.92 +.07 +1.7 CullenFr N CFR 2.68f 2.4 20 121.66 81.09 438 111.05 2453 112.97 108.94 +2.02 +17.3 CullnF pfA N CFRpA 1.34 5.3 25.62 24.11 8 25.09 31 25.22 25.03 -.14 -.1 Culp Inc N CULP .36 1.5 15 34.05 24.20 17 24.70 123 26.30 24.55 -1.40 -26.3 CumbldPh Q CPIX 7.96 5.53 1 6.24 55 6.36 6.00 +.11 -15.2 Cummins N CMI 4.56f 3.3 38 194.18 129.90 963 136.86 7392 138.39 132.05 +5.46 -22.5 Curis rs Q CRIS 11.35 1.57 235 1.90 1322 1.97 1.75 +.15 -45.7 CurtisWrt N CW .60 .5 26 143.38 91.64 290 123.25 1299 123.50 118.66 +4.17 +1.1 Cush Jn37 n N PPLN 24.42 16.55 18.30 1 18.31 18.15 -.07 -8.3 CushTRet rs N SRV 1.08 9.1 13.05 10.00 10 11.85 105 12.05 11.73 +.04 -.8 CushngRen N SZC 1.64 9.0 21.30 15.35 36 18.19 174 18.49 18.03 +.18 -10.4 CushRoy rs N SRF .48 5.1 10.10 7.81 3 9.41 46 9.55 9.31 +.21 +.5 CustomBcp N CUBI 10 33.85 24.75 106 28.59 615 30.01 28.52 -.77 +10.0 CustBcp 18 N CUBS 1.59 6.3 26.44 25.08 0 25.16 11 25.16 25.14 +.02 -2.2 CustBc p C N CUBIpC .57p 27.32 26.05 2 26.46 4 26.52 26.28 +.05 -.4 CustBc pfD N CUBIpD 28.20 24.60 0 26.22 2 26.22 26.16 +.07 -1.6tCustBc pfE N CUBIpE 27.15 23.75 26.24 6 26.45 23.75 -.25 -1.2 CustoBc pf F N CUBIpF 27.71 25.02 4 25.47 18 25.87 25.47 -.31 -2.9 Cutera Q CUTR 43 56.05 25.25 151 43.40 862 44.05 41.81 +1.60 -4.3 Cyanotch h Q CYAN 5.78 3.25 1 4.03 18 4.20 3.90 -.09 +3.0 CybrOpt Q CYBE 25.69 11.35 44 19.45 228 19.83 18.49 +.55 +29.7sCyberArk Q CYBR 92 67.69 39.34 177 67.39 973 67.85 65.06 +2.39 +62.8 Cyclacel pf Q CYCCP .60 9.4 8.75 5.11 6.40 3 6.55 6.50 -.20 -13.5 Cyclacel rs Q CYCC .15p 3.74 1.28 13 1.46 97 1.53 1.41 -.02 -16.1 CymaBay Q CBAY 15.59 5.10 1618 13.20 4700 14.94 12.81 -1.03 +43.5 CynergT n A CTEK 5.45 2.70 1 4.15 58 4.15 3.90 +.02 +2.5 CypressEn N CELP .84 11.5 13 8.50 5.50 9 7.31 59 7.93 7.05 -.14 +21.8 CypSemi Q CY .44 2.7 28 18.87 12.50 3402 16.54 19130 16.80 16.05 +.45 +8.5 Cyren Ltd Q CYRN 3.15 1.35 3 2.91 43 2.95 2.85 +.02 +16.4 CyrusOne Q CONE 1.84 3.0 96 65.73 43.49 604 61.64 4199 62.80 61.25 -.56 +3.5 CytRx rs Q CYTR 5.99 1.06 87 1.24 709 1.29 1.22 -.01 -26.6 Cytokinetic Q CYTK 15.95 6.75 150 9.30 980 9.45 9.05 -.05 +14.1 CytomX n Q CTMX 35.00 13.09 2382 23.01 3670 25.55 22.78 -2.14 +9.0tCytoriTh rs Q CYTX 12.00 1.11 263 1.14 1309 1.88 1.03 -.51 -62.3sCytosorbnt Q CTSO 12.70 4.25 192 12.35 1113 12.70 11.65 +.85 +90.0D -:DBV Tech Q DBVT 50.57 18.43 58 19.45 365 20.48 19.28 -.65 -20.9 DCP Mid N DCP 3.12 7.4 59 42.79 29.95 520 41.94 1966 41.99 39.84 +1.58 +15.4 DCT IndlTr N DCT 1.44 2.2 32 67.47 52.06 277 66.65 1969 67.46 66.36 -.57 +13.4 DDR Corp rs N DDR 9 35.90 12.50 2265 14.35 10905 14.90 14.10 -.46 DDR pfJ N DDRpJ 1.63 6.5 25.55 21.38 4 24.90 189 25.00 24.72 +.12 -.9 DDR pfK N DDRpK 1.56 6.5 25.98 21.04 12 23.95 212 24.12 23.79 +.10 -6.7 DDR Cp pfA N DDRpA 27.09 22.40 12 25.49 220 25.50 25.00 +.20 -3.1 DFB Hlt un Q DFBHU 10.20 10.00 10.12 1 10.13 10.12 -.03 +1.2 DGSE A DGSE 1.72 .70 7 .74 64 .78 .74 -.02 -20.5 DHI Grp N DHX 6 3.25 1.25 122 2.15 1361 2.35 2.15 -.15 +13.2 DHT Hldgs N DHT .20e 4.3 36 4.99 3.27 267 4.66 3009 4.90 4.64 -.15 +29.8 DLH Hldgs Q DLHC 50 6.83 5.00 1 5.52 10 5.64 5.50 +.01 -10.5 DMC Globl Q BOOM .08 .2 48.25 12.43 108 47.35 612 47.85 44.90 +1.30 +89.0 DNB Fncl Q DNBF .28 .8 15 37.15 30.00 5 34.40 23 36.50 33.68 -1.35 +2.1 DNP Selct N DNP .78 7.1 11.57 9.71 289 10.91 1694 10.98 10.81 +.03 +1.0 DR Horton N DHI .50 1.2 16 53.32 34.95 3689 41.47 17794 42.13 40.63 +.05 -18.8 Drdgold N DRD .03e 1.2 4.11 2.23 20 2.41 146 2.57 2.41 -.06 -26.1 DSP Gp Q DSPG 13.95 11.30 68 12.90 347 13.00 12.50 +.15 +3.2sDSW Inc N DSW 1.00 3.7 28 27.86 15.14 789 26.92 7057 27.86 26.61 -.69 +25.7 DTE N DTE 3.53 3.3 19 116.74 94.25 933 106.19 5634 106.95 101.88 -.84 -3.0 DTEEn 62 N DTQ 1.31 5.3 25.61 23.59 4 24.94 18 25.05 24.92 -.17 -.6 DTE En76 n N DTJ 1.34 5.3 26.04 23.99 20 25.13 103 25.53 25.07 -.43 -1.3 DTE En27 n N DTW 1.31 5.3 25.75 23.34 19 24.85 98 24.99 24.84 -.04 -3.3 DTE F76 n N DTY 1.50 5.6 27.90 25.37 9 26.59 42 26.82 26.43 -.03 -.7 DTE En un N DTV 58.42 48.68 15 52.11 450 52.15 51.12 +.22 -3.4 DTF TxF N DTF .84 6.3 14.81 13.03 8 13.31 68 13.52 13.27 -5.3 DXC Tch n N DXC .76f .9 93.28 66.71 2186 86.15 11150 86.35 83.29 +2.60 +5.0 DXP Ent Q DXPE 43 43.21 24.86 30 42.38 253 43.10 40.73 +1.37 +43.3 DailyJourn Q DJCO 250.95 195.00 0 230.60 6 241.45 229.94 -.89 +.2 Daktronics Q DAKT .28 3.3 37 10.86 7.85 193 8.51 698 8.73 8.39 -.13 -6.8 DanaInc N DAN .24 1.2 17 35.27 19.47 895 20.85 6327 21.55 20.31 +.47 -34.9 Danaher N DHR .64 .6 25 104.82 78.97 2104 99.20 14354 100.48 98.49 -.13 +6.9 Danaos N DAC 3 3.20 1.05 193 2.03 1077 2.50 2.00 -.38 +39.7 DaqoNEn N DQ 4 72.50 19.93 966 37.35 3382 40.99 35.85 -1.20 -37.2sDarden N DRI 3.00f 2.7 23 111.74 76.27 956 112.09 8378 112.32 109.25 +1.76 +16.7 DareBio rs Q DARE 9.80 .74 99 1.30 825 1.41 1.24 +.02 -40.1 DarioHlth Q DRIO 3.64 1.11 119 1.37 337 1.45 1.25 +.07 -14.5sDarlingIng N DAR 26 20.37 15.50 333 19.82 2376 20.37 19.73 -.09 +9.3 DasanZ rs Q DZSI 11.75 5.72 16 9.97 56 10.25 9.67 -.28 +7.7 Daseke n Q DSKE 14.52 8.16 126 9.48 1170 10.06 9.35 -.41 -33.7 Data IO Q DAIO 19 16.49 6.04 21 6.34 249 6.50 6.17 -.04 -47.3 Datawatch Q DWCH 12.65 7.70 111 10.40 369 10.45 9.50 +.65 +9.5 DaveBuster Q PLAY 17 67.94 37.85 974 49.20 5285 52.90 48.01 +.30 -10.8 DavidsT g n Q DTEA 6.30 3.20 8 3.30 100 3.65 3.30 -.39 -15.4 DavSelFn n Q DFNL 25.62 21.15 13 24.15 74 24.39 23.96 +.25 +.8 DavSelEq n Q DUSA 25.32 20.76 6 24.82 35 24.91 24.51 +.44 +6.1 DavSelW n Q DWLD 28.88 22.37 19 26.82 109 26.90 26.47 +.35 +2.2 DaVita Inc N DVA 18 80.71 52.51 827 71.77 6799 72.13 69.52 +1.55 -.7 DawsonGeo Q DWSN .05p 8.40 3.57 137 7.95 500 8.28 7.61 +.02 +68.0 Daxor A DXR .15 2.4 21.66 3.40 10 6.14 27 6.47 6.10 -.35 +34.3 DeanFoods N DF .36 3.4 14 16.21 8.14 416 10.73 3830 11.02 10.57 -.26 -7.2 Deciphera n Q DCPH 45.61 15.15 138 37.56 864 41.27 37.04 -3.01 +65.7 DeckrsOut N DECK 122.98 61.37 500 111.91 2639 115.67 110.52 -1.92 +39.5 Deere N DE 2.76f 2.0 27 175.26 112.87 5113 137.58 12946 146.29 137.48 -2.40 -12.1tDelFriscos Q DFRG 18.85 11.65 363 11.60 1136 12.55 11.55 -.75 -23.9 DelTaco Q TACO 11 15.99 10.00 212 14.13 1140 14.78 13.91 -.51 +16.6 DE EnhGlb N DEX .90 8.0 12.70 10.71 69 11.19 313 11.38 11.16 +.08 -7.7 DelaCO A VCF .72 5.0 16.50 14.00 1 14.37 13 14.52 14.31 -.07 -7.4sDelaDvInc N DDF .62 5.2 12.28 10.18 17 12.03 407 12.28 12.00 -.02 +12.1 DelaNatl A VFL .72 5.8 13.94 12.25 12 12.49 45 12.54 12.42 +.07 -5.8 DelaMN2 A VMM .63 5.1 15.00 12.35 4 12.42 56 12.53 12.39 +.04 -7.8 DelekLogis N DKL 3.00f 10.7 13 35.54 26.50 35 28.10 151 28.25 27.00 +.70 -11.4 Delek N DK 1.00f 2.1 34 61.57 20.65 1254 47.60 8354 50.81 46.33 -1.69 +36.2sDellTch n N DVMT 96.15 60.98 1017 94.90 8880 96.15 92.80 +1.56 +16.8tDelmarPh n Q DMPI 2.84 .64 189 .67 1052 .73 .61 -.01 -39.0 DelphiTc n N DLPH .68 1.5 26 60.39 42.94 708 44.14 3847 46.03 43.12 +1.17 -15.9 DeltaAir N DAL 1.40f 2.8 11 60.50 44.59 6836 50.77 46676 51.28 48.81 +1.19 -9.3 DeltaAprl A DLA 22.50 16.90 11 18.46 107 19.26 18.37 -.43 -8.6 DeltaTch h Q DELT 4.70 .91 21 1.08 166 1.16 1.07 -.02 +1.9 Dltsh SPX n N DMRL 59.02 49.16 3 55.58 11 56.08 54.99 +.85 +2.4 Dlt SP400 n N DMRM 56.45 48.78 1 55.39 4 55.84 55.15 +.44 +2.5 Dlt SP600 n N DMRS 59.36 47.73 2 58.48 4 59.16 58.20 -.24 +7.7 DltshInt n N DMRI 56.65 49.79 6 51.96 10 51.96 50.88 +.71 -1.9 Deluxe N DLX 1.20 1.8 13 78.87 65.17 184 66.32 998 67.30 65.55 +.36 -13.7tDenaliTh n Q DNLI 25.79 14.57 181 14.49 1343 16.20 14.45 -1.41 -7.4sDenburyR N DNR 5.56 .92 24165 4.89 87627 5.56 4.87 -.03 +121.3 DenisnM g A DNN .64 .38 119 .50 1428 .52 .49 -.02 -10.0 Dennys Q DENN 29 17.75 11.24 185 15.90 1175 16.38 15.66 -.39 +20.1 Dentsply Q XRAY .35 .8 68.98 41.64 1124 45.35 8254 46.06 44.31 -.03 -31.1 Depomed Q DEPO 11.15 4.31 1256 8.21 16033 8.88 6.92 +1.22 +2.0 Dermira Q DERM 31.42 6.98 575 11.56 5921 11.90 9.67 +1.65 -58.4sDescSys Q DSGX 34.55 23.90 33 34.10 285 34.55 33.30 +.85 +20.1tDespg.cm n N DESP 36.56 19.37 435 20.42 1517 20.96 19.37 -.07 -25.7 DestMatrn Q DEST .80 13.8 6.84 1.02 86 5.78 635 6.44 5.71 -.22 +94.6 Dest XL Q DXLG 2.70 1.45 36 2.24 136 2.25 2.15 +.05 +2.0 Deswell Q DSWL .28 8.2 3.64 2.17 9 3.41 68 3.46 3.33 +.08 +25.4 Determine Q DTRM 2.54 1.23 24 1.46 127 1.58 1.35 +.02 -18.9 DeutschBk N DB .83e 20.23 10.36 2725 11.24 21286 11.55 11.08 -.22 -40.9 DBDogs22 N DOD 30.43 19.01 2 22.76 12 22.87 22.59 +.15 -10.8 DBWMTR N WMW 32.46 26.75 31.51 3 31.75 31.12 -.44 +5.0 DeutBCT2 pf N DXB 1.64 6.5 26.51 24.12 43 25.33 286 25.47 25.22 -.03 -.5 DeutBCT5 pf N DKT 2.01 7.9 27.18 25.05 75 25.48 621 25.55 25.39 +.02 -2.5 DBCmdyS N DDP 57.02 38.00 46.38 0 46.38 46.38 -1.41 +4.2 DBCmdDL N DYY 4.09 2.08 2.60 9 2.95 2.60 -.21 -31.6 DB AgriLg N AGF 13.46 8.96 1 9.25 1 10.58 9.25 -8.0tDB AgriDL N DAG 3.81 2.15 9 2.19 119 2.44 2.15 -.18 -23.4 DBGoldSh N DGZ 14.65 13.01 14.46 141 14.50 14.23 +.14 +6.2 DBGoldDL N DGP 29.42 21.65 18 22.18 75 23.03 22.14 -.54 -11.2 DBGoldDS N DZZ 6.29 4.88 16 6.04 125 6.05 5.81 +.14 +12.7 DBGlbHY23 N FIEG 184.00 117.10 162.99 1 167.00 162.99 +26.29 -4.7 Deut Multi N KMM .51 5.8 8.99 8.59 24 8.85 686 8.88 8.67 +.07 Deut StInc N KST .66a 5.3 12.66 12.11 3 12.36 26 12.43 12.28 +.08 -.6 DBXEmMkt N DBEM .36e 1.5 26.32 21.87 15 23.36 86 23.47 23.06 +.28 -3.0 DBXEafeEq N DBEF .95e 3.0 33.05 29.64 346 31.89 2402 31.91 31.45 +.36 +.3 DBXGerEq N DBGR .35e 1.3 29.78 25.97 6 27.18 19 27.37 26.97 +.10 -4.5 Deu HYBd n N HYLB 51.56 48.68 67 49.34 818 49.40 49.20 +.13 -2.2 DeutBarI n N IFIX 50.76 49.59 50.01 0 -.1 DeuBrcIn n N IGVT 50.12 48.32 49.22 1 49.22 49.22 -.02 +.8 DbXR1KECo N DEUS 33.87 28.87 15 32.82 153 32.85 32.54 +.33 +2.3 DeutEmCo N DEMG 30.95 24.97 4 25.77 6 25.92 25.43 +.28 -10.6 DBXJapnEq N DBJP .91e 2.2 46.61 37.94 392 41.98 1034 42.00 41.29 +.99 -4.8 DbXDvxEU N DEEF 31.76 26.99 9 28.95 58 29.11 28.56 +.12 -3.6 Deut 300Ch N ASHX .74p 24.14 18.00 13 18.88 554 18.88 18.62 +.88 -14.5 DbxAllWHiD N HDAW .27e 27.42 24.49 1 25.19 6 25.38 25.15 +.03 -5.8 DbxEafeHiD N HDEF .43e 1.1 25.41 23.08 32 23.72 176 23.89 23.39 -.03 -4.0 DbxNikk400 N JPN 31.67 25.97 2 28.16 22 28.44 27.82 +.11 -3.9 DeuMunInf N RVNU .71 2.7 27.23 25.99 0 26.40 15 26.61 26.33 +.06 -2.8 DBX EMBd N EMIH .99e 4.1 25.69 23.85 1 23.92 3 24.26 23.92 -.12 -4.7 DBX IGBd N IGIH .77 3.2 24.99 20.99 1 23.75 8 23.84 23.55 +.18 -2.8 DBXHYCpB N HYIH 1.20 5.2 23.72 22.42 1 22.86 4 23.12 22.75 +.17 -.7 DBXChiSC N ASHS 37.50 27.18 1 28.27 41 28.27 27.19 +.95 -18.9 DBXHrvChi N CN .30e .9 42.41 31.24 6 34.64 19 35.12 34.36 +.41 -7.2 DBXSKorH N DBKO .03p 32.94 28.10 1 28.74 151 28.74 28.39 +.45 -8.5 DBXAWxUS N DBAW 1.33e 3.2 29.07 25.97 12 27.61 38 27.63 27.28 +.29 -.6 DBXAsiaPH N DBAP .74e 2.6 31.53 26.38 28.39 3 29.01 28.20 +.27 -.1 DBXEurHgd N DBEU .65e 2.3 29.80 26.57 316 28.59 1642 28.66 28.19 +.25 +.6 DBXUKHdg N DBUK .89e 4.0 22.49 19.98 22.04 0 22.08 22.04 +.16 +1.2 DBXHvChiA N ASHR 34.89 25.13 1268 26.19 9950 26.35 25.36 +.80 -15.6sDevonE N DVN .32f .7 29 46.54 29.34 6549 44.72 30310 46.54 43.63 +.21 +8.0sDexCom Q DXCM 105.46 42.62 980 100.45 4768 105.46 98.29 +1.48 +75.0 ElevWat n N WTRX 33.44 28.83 30.85 -2.5 Diageo N DEO 3.20e 2.2 148.85 117.73 237 148.35 1191 148.47 145.16 +2.77 +1.6 DiamHill Q DHIL 7.00e 13 219.90 183.34 6 193.70 38 198.97 187.44 -1.76 -6.3 DiamOffsh N DO .50 2.4 34 21.92 10.09 1760 20.50 6972 21.37 19.51 +.75 +10.3 DiamRk N DRH .50 4.1 17 12.99 9.87 1456 12.34 7269 12.57 12.03 -.17 +9.3sDiambkEn Q FANG .13p 25 138.25 85.24 897 131.34 6434 138.25 128.65 -3.63 +4.0 DianaCnt rs Q DCIX 767.34 1.31 269 1.58 1121 1.69 1.57 -.03 -61.1 DianaShip N DSX 5.16 3.07 255 4.64 1122 5.02 4.62 -.36 +14.0sDianaS pfB N DSXpB 2.22 8.8 25.80 21.50 4 25.09 34 25.80 25.00 +.24 +1.1 DianaSh20 N DSXN 2.13 8.3 26.18 22.76 1 25.76 22 25.86 25.72 -.04 +.3 DicernaPh Q DRNA 15.80 2.69 348 12.50 1798 14.47 12.39 -1.63 +38.4 DicksSptg N DKS .90 2.6 12 39.35 23.88 2544 34.54 12407 35.38 33.92 +.49 +20.2 Diebold N DBD .40 3.2 14 23.70 11.43 992 12.45 5066 13.40 12.05 -.40 -23.9 DifferBr rs Q DFBG 6.89 .70 233 5.22 2752 5.80 4.76 -.08 +449.5 DiffusP hn Q DFFN 3.04 .42 136 .46 487 .48 .44 -.02 -61.3 DigiIntl Q DGII 48 14.70 8.50 37 13.45 226 14.00 13.40 -.45 +40.8 Digimarc Q DMRC 39.95 22.85 33 30.25 178 30.75 27.85 +1.85 -16.3 Digirad Q DRAD .22 13.5 4.35 1.25 7 1.63 90 1.70 1.60 -36.9 DigitalAlly Q DGLY 4.20 1.70 11 2.33 164 2.50 2.20 +.08 -12.3 DigitalRlt N DLR 4.04 3.5 56 127.23 96.56 802 116.24 5394 117.43 113.56 +.94 +2.1 DigitlR pfG N DLRpG 1.47 5.8 26.04 24.27 9 25.36 88 25.62 25.33 -.20 -.5 DigtlR pfH N DLRpH 1.84 7.1 27.94 25.84 23 25.92 103 26.25 25.90 -.32 -2.8 DigitRlt pfJ N DLRpJ 25.30 22.13 5 24.58 271 24.75 24.44 -.01 -2.1 DigitalR pfI N DLRpI 1.59 6.0 28.18 25.48 10 26.33 67 26.65 26.28 -.14 -4.3 DigitlTurb Q APPS 2.59 .99 337 1.42 1928 1.58 1.40 -.07 -20.7 Dillards N DDS .40 .5 10 98.75 49.91 163 85.57 1438 92.05 83.81 -5.33 +42.5sDillard38 N DDT 1.88 6.9 26.85 25.13 43 27.10 302 27.13 26.30 +.91 +4.8 DimeCBc Q DCOM .56 2.8 19 22.65 17.75 113 19.75 522 20.55 19.70 -.50 -5.7 DineEquity N DIN 2.52m 3.4 5 82.62 36.71 159 73.40 1131 74.97 71.35 -1.21 +44.7 Diodes Q DIOD 38 37.53 24.43 248 36.18 1282 36.55 33.80 +.67 +26.2 DiploPhm N DPLO 77 28.74 14.39 899 26.29 3284 27.40 25.80 -.26 +31.0 Dir SilMBl n N SHNY 12.28 6.92 9 6.99 59 7.50 6.94 -.41 -26.6 DirBrCm n N COM 26.10 23.23 7 24.90 41 25.06 24.57 -.04 +1.4 DirChInt n N CWEB 69.08 41.71 18 49.22 251 51.24 46.80 -.06 -3.6 Dirx Euro n N EUXL 33.40 20.59 0 22.72 8 23.60 22.20 -.29 -13.5 DirxAero n N DFEN 58.00 28.23 87 49.67 443 49.75 45.73 +4.39 +11.6 DrxTrnBl n N TPOR 43.11 23.47 3 31.39 37 32.91 30.40 +.43 -9.0 DxEmMkt n N EMBU 26.61 19.37 0 21.70 0 21.70 21.70 +2.28 -16.0 DirxUtil n N UTSL 34.73 19.59 4 26.29 67 27.53 24.38 -1.17 -4.6 DirxInds n N DUSL 44.53 25.95 3 31.81 54 32.04 30.34 +2.00 -13.4 DirxMex n N MEXX 33.36 13.05 17 20.22 126 21.26 20.10 -.25 -1.8 DrxRBkBr rs N WDRW 56.13 19.69 2 24.56 6 24.58 22.72 +.57 -19.8 DxRsaBr rs N RUSS 37.51 14.43 87 17.29 578 18.04 16.22 -.18 -24.8 DxSOXBr rs N SOXS 30.58 8.83 1607 10.66 11194 11.04 9.92 +.15 -35.4 DxGBull rs N NUGT 44.03 21.25 5651 23.31 31077 26.71 23.25 -2.35 -26.5 DrGMBll rs N JNUG .09e .7 25.76 11.34 8459 13.36 39774 15.22 13.35 -1.24 -24.8 DirSPX Br N SPDN 34.03 28.53 2 28.88 26 29.15 28.87 -.40 -5.7 DxGlMBr rs N JDST 79.16 40.90 458 51.08 3459 51.29 45.21 +3.95 -.4tDirSPBear s N SPXS 41.75 24.22 2230 24.18 15269 25.01 24.09 -1.15 -19.3 Dir7-10TBr N TYNS 29.52 27.74 28.83 1 28.83 28.83 -.06 +2.1 DrxDlySpxB N LLSP .10p 40.38 31.85 1 38.16 9 38.20 37.68 +.65 +6.0 DxChiABear N CHAD 37.17 27.67 5 35.48 71 36.71 35.30 -1.33 +13.9tDrxNGBear rs N GASX 47.19 14.90 23 16.54 305 17.25 14.90 -.16 -29.5tDxSPOGBr rs N DRIP 28.73 4.97 4494 5.79 40169 6.00 4.97 +.04 -51.2 DrxRBkBull N DPST 95.94 43.51 52 74.51 193 84.82 74.15 -4.34 +2.4 DirDGlBr rs N DUST 35.88 19.01 2360 25.28 16106 25.28 22.21 +2.09 +6.7 DxSPXBll s N SPUU 57.21 40.77 9 53.72 31 53.87 52.73 +1.52 +8.4 DxEuFnBl N EUFL 65.95 34.09 0 35.61 2 36.76 35.36 -.60 -25.0 DirSCBll s N SMLL .27e .4 61.72 39.39 1 60.34 3 61.55 59.81 +2.19 +17.8 Drx EurF n N EUFS DxHiYldBr N HYDD 20.15 10.08 18.99 1 19.03 18.99 -.01 +1.1 DrNsd100 rs N QQQE 47.40 39.20 29 47.04 120 47.14 46.25 +.83 +8.9sDrxDlySCB N LLSC .10p 41.84 31.20 0 41.30 2 41.84 41.02 +.02 +16.2 DxRusBll s N RUSL 73.38 33.90 215 45.51 1183 49.20 43.72 -.34 -9.8 DiEurBll3x N EURL .14e .4 47.12 30.57 181 34.18 505 35.02 32.86 +.15 -10.2 DrxEMBll rs N EDC 168.70 83.80 67 93.53 791 96.07 88.70 +2.45 -25.6 Dir MLPHi N ZMLP 1.60m 10.7 17.94 13.61 7 15.02 44 15.09 14.74 +.07 -6.1 DxLatBll s N LBJ 49.13 17.74 10 22.35 84 22.56 21.04 +.66 -30.8 DirTotBBr N SAGG 32.31 30.87 31.77 4 31.84 31.77 +.00 +2.1 DxBrzBull s N BRZU 65.25 15.82 2522 21.08 10334 21.20 18.75 +1.45 -47.7 DxBiotBll rs N LABU 116.54 55.10 444 111.20 3126 113.25 105.07 +.69 +42.8 DxIndiBll rs N INDL 120.64 67.97 16 79.34 131 80.44 75.18 +5.30 -22.3 DxNGBll rs N GASL 31.99 14.60 75 24.98 411 27.79 23.84 +.02 -1.6 DrDevMBr N DPK 16.20 10.08 4 12.59 24 13.07 12.28 -.11 +2.2sDxSPOGBl s N GUSH 47.55 15.04 1828 40.67 7935 47.55 39.20 -.85 +34.0 DxREBear N DRV 15.62 9.07 16 9.41 114 9.46 9.12 +.30 -10.1 Dir20yrTBr N TYBS 21.58 19.69 20.35 1 20.43 20.35 -.03 +2.2 DrxJpBull N JPNL 96.48 53.51 3 65.17 18 66.94 62.85 +.93 -15.5 DxEMBear rs N EDZ/WI 72.75 33.35 -100.0tDrxSKBull N KORU 72.86 36.59 16 37.78 85 39.41 36.59 -.00 -39.4tDxSCBear rs N TZA 18.57 8.31 5151 8.65 30494 8.78 8.31 +.11 -29.5 DxFnBr rs N FAZ 17.36 9.71 2075 10.49 7976 10.70 10.25 -.31 -10.3 DrxHmbBull N NAIL 110.62 41.70 9 59.18 84 61.01 56.72 +1.15 -35.9 Dx30TBear N TMV 22.45 17.07 392 18.49 2205 18.91 18.43 -.01 +4.9 DxFnBull s N FAS 82.80 47.17 1852 66.29 8521 67.97 65.04 +1.76 -3.1 DrxACInsi N KNOW .48e 1.1 43.81 38.11 8 41.93 42 42.29 41.75 +.01 +1.0tDxMCBr rs N MIDZ 19.74 10.71 3 10.96 20 11.07 10.71 -.09 -18.6 Drx300Chin N CHAU 37.53 19.13 74 20.79 811 20.98 19.46 +1.21 -30.0 DxHcrBll s N CURE 63.45 38.85 69 52.06 528 52.27 49.93 +2.44 +11.7sDxTcBull s N TECL 152.09 72.50 137 151.41 786 152.40 142.66 +8.76 +35.0 DxRetlBll s N RETL 48.79 21.33 19 43.68 313 46.79 41.75 -1.31 +21.2 DxSOXBll s N SOXL .12e .1 209.00 84.86 465 149.02 3951 161.29 143.76 -3.49 +8.1 Dir30TrBul s N TMF 23.46 16.93 361 19.95 1358 20.03 19.52 -.03 -9.8 Dir10TrBear N TYO 16.00 13.12 2 14.84 12 14.96 14.77 +.04 +5.5 Dx10yTBull N TYD 47.36 38.20 0 40.72 1 40.74 40.50 +.03 -7.2 DxMCBull s N MIDU 53.91 33.43 17 51.58 104 53.05 50.91 +.50 +11.1 DrxREBull s N DRN 24.73 14.68 38 22.38 224 23.18 22.15 -.62 -2.0 DirxChiBull N YINN .38e 1.5 53.89 21.25 810 25.22 6734 25.90 23.53 +.88 -25.9 DirxDMBull N DZK 100.54 65.11 73.02 15 75.44 71.19 -.51 -11.4 DrxSCBull s N TNA .41e .5 92.67 48.17 2148 88.72 12984 92.57 87.43 -1.28 +26.3 DrxSPBull s N SPXL 54.49 33.67 2318 48.45 15615 48.67 46.93 +2.08 +9.3 DirxEnBull N ERX 44.29 21.37 2105 38.38 11515 41.12 36.82 +.74 +9.9 Discover N DFS 1.40 2.0 13 81.93 57.50 2085 69.89 11941 72.50 69.58 -.55 -9.1 DiscIncA Q DISCA 14 28.78 15.99 2834 27.44 16104 28.51 27.24 -.43 +22.6 DiscIncB Q DISCB 19 48.85 19.25 1 37.00 2 37.00 30.10 +6.33 +49.2 DiscIncC Q DISCK 13 27.15 14.99 1318 25.51 9018 26.35 25.33 -.25 +20.5 DishNetw h Q DISH 16 66.50 28.80 2121 33.59 15559 35.80 32.85 -1.40 -29.7 Disney N DIS 1.68 1.5 16 113.18 96.20 8189 110.00 37628 110.24 104.75 +5.22 +2.3 Diversicre Q DVCR .22 3.2 18 12.25 6.45 9 6.93 17 7.15 6.90 -.01 -30.8tDivrsRst h Q SAUC 2 2.65 1.09 51 1.17 508 1.24 1.09 -.04 -26.9 Div&Inco N DNI 1.63 13.1 14.25 11.61 15 12.40 145 12.50 12.36 +.03 -7.7tDixieGrp Q DXYN 4.75 2.10 27 2.25 91 2.40 2.10 -.05 -41.6 DrReddy N RDY .29e .9 42.97 28.13 223 33.24 1422 33.95 33.06 +.65 -11.5 DocuSign n Q DOCU 66.80 37.00 1039 55.33 7017 56.49 51.50 +.38 +39.3 DocuSec rs A DSS 3.16 .56 17 1.35 281 1.47 1.30 +.06 -25.0tDgssInt A n Q DOGZ 6.40 3.15 6 3.15 126 4.19 3.15 -1.17 -46.6 DolbyLab N DLB .64 1.0 67 74.29 48.00 231 63.87 898 64.14 61.86 +2.21 +3.0 DollarGen N DG 1.16f 1.2 17 105.82 68.69 2267 99.50 9336 100.65 97.96 +1.16 +7.0 DollarTree Q DLTR 12 116.65 66.01 1904 86.75 10958 87.09 83.73 +2.12 -19.2 DolphEnt hn Q DLPN 5.77 2.47 11 3.65 116 4.07 3.52 -.02 +1.4 DomMidst N DM 1.34f 9.3 10 34.85 12.55 412 14.35 2274 14.65 13.30 +.85 -52.9 DomEngy N D 3.34 4.8 14 85.30 61.53 2575 69.99 19321 70.66 67.30 -.03 -13.7 DomRes un N DCUD 53.58 42.50 57 47.32 728 47.40 45.91 +.02 -8.4 DomRs76 n N DRUA 25.94 23.04 27 24.99 181 25.10 24.96 -.11 -2.3 Dominos N DPZ 2.20f .8 47 293.81 166.74 456 281.40 2853 283.34 271.40 +2.25 +48.9tDomo B n Q DOMO 28.86 18.35 731 19.72 4659 22.28 18.35 -2.17 -27.8 Domtar g N UFS 1.74 3.6 18 52.58 36.55 358 48.22 2331 48.64 47.61 +.40 -2.6 Donaldson N DCI .76f 1.7 24 52.20 42.59 161 45.76 1348 46.31 45.00 +.70 -6.5 DonegalA Q DGICA .57f 4.0 25 18.25 13.28 17 14.35 100 14.64 13.91 +.43 -17.1 DonegalB Q DGICB .50f 3.7 26 15.91 12.83 13.45 3 13.83 12.91 +.25 -11.6tDonlleyRR rs N RRD .56 9.9 6 12.92 5.46 713 5.63 5046 5.89 5.46 -.16 -39.5 DonnlyFn n N DFIN 23.73 15.22 115 19.05 935 19.31 18.10 +.90 -2.3 DorchMin Q DMLP 1.41e 7.3 19 20.93 13.90 20 19.25 162 19.70 19.15 -.25 +26.6 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 56

DorianLPG N LPG 8.79 6.20 301 7.91 1538 8.35 7.61 -.07 -3.8 Dorman Q DORM 23 83.44 56.36 79 70.75 511 72.35 70.27 -.86 +15.7 DoubIncSol N DSL 1.80a 8.9 21.56 19.56 133 20.22 1166 20.38 20.06 +.06 +.1 DblLOppCr N DBL 2.00a 9.5 25.43 20.48 32 20.99 388 21.07 20.58 +.21 -5.4sDougDyn N PLOW 1.06f 2.2 34 49.50 30.23 52 48.00 406 49.50 47.50 -.40 +27.0 DEmmett N DEI 1.00 2.5 26 41.59 34.72 455 40.18 2833 40.82 40.11 -.44 -2.1 DovaPh n Q DOVA 37.00 16.98 240 23.30 3343 27.25 22.19 -5.91 -19.1 Dover N DOV 1.88 2.5 19 109.06 71.71 999 74.91 4937 75.25 73.11 +2.01 -25.8 DoverDG N DDE 2.40 .92 72 1.91 319 2.00 1.84 -.05 +87.3 DoverMot N DVD .08f 4.1 9 2.35 1.80 42 1.95 106 2.15 1.95 -.15 DowDuPnt N DWDP 1.52 2.3 21 77.08 61.27 4060 66.36 30163 68.14 65.76 +.43 -6.8tDragVic n Q LYL 14.99 2.72 3 2.98 22 3.09 2.72 -.03 -31.7 DrprOkw n Q DOTA 10.00 9.71 9.99 10 10.00 9.99 +.01 +2.1 DrprOk rt Q DOTAR .65 .30 .59 1 .59 .59 +18.0 DrpOkwd un Q DOTAU 13.50 10.07 12.00 0 12.00 12.00 +13.9 Dry Gl24 n N DCF .22f 2.4 10.05 9.08 18 9.09 156 9.20 9.08 -.04 -3.3 DryHYSt N DHF .35 11.2 3.57 3.09 196 3.10 1076 3.15 3.10 -.01 -7.2 DrMuBdInf N DMB .75 5.9 13.54 12.10 25 12.63 215 12.66 12.40 +.23 -2.8 DryfMu A DMF .54 6.7 10.00 7.93 10 8.04 71 8.10 8.03 +.02 -9.6 DryStrt N LEO .52 6.7 9.18 7.53 167 7.67 568 7.70 7.61 +.03 -11.2 DrySM N DSM .50 6.6 8.85 7.42 90 7.57 505 7.57 7.50 +.10 -11.5sDril-Quip N DRQ 56.55 35.85 1013 56.65 2599 57.10 52.15 +3.90 +18.8 DriveShack N DS .48 6.6 19 8.06 2.41 275 7.28 2517 8.03 7.14 -.46 +31.6 DriveS pfB N DSpB 2.44 9.6 26.49 24.72 1 25.53 4 25.55 25.40 +.10 -.7 DriveS pfC N DSpC 2.01 8.0 26.08 23.36 0 25.12 1 25.54 25.12 -.35 DriveS pfD N DSpD 2.09 8.3 25.84 24.25 2 25.28 8 25.40 25.00 +.10 -.7 DropCar rs Q DCAR 13.52 1.17 86 1.28 2363 1.83 1.25 +.03 -68.6 Dropbox n Q DBX 43.50 27.75 2409 32.17 18378 32.90 30.45 +.81 +13.0 DryShips s Q DRYS .14e 1 7.56 .98 1894 5.18 6621 6.36 5.17 -.93 +46.7 DuPnt pfA N DDpA 3.50 4.0 96.65 82.01 0 87.00 195 87.99 85.75 +.38 -5.8 DuPnt pfB N DDpB 4.50 4.4 110.00 100.00 1 101.46 7 104.54 101.44 -1.91 -6.3 Ducomun N DCO 20 35.89 25.06 18 34.99 104 35.63 34.18 +.82 +23.0 Df&PGblUt N DPG 1.40 9.5 17.17 13.50 112 14.75 585 14.88 14.58 +.13 -5.0 DufPUC N DUC .60 7.0 9.33 8.40 10 8.54 71 8.64 8.53 -.06 -3.5 DukeEngy N DUK 3.71f 4.6 18 91.78 71.96 3366 80.62 19777 81.59 77.90 -1.00 -4.1 DukeEn 73 N DUKH 1.28 5.0 26.52 23.71 21 25.51 215 26.31 25.37 -.21 +.6 DukeRlty N DRE .80 2.8 23 30.14 24.30 1012 28.92 8723 29.32 28.79 -.31 +6.3 DuluthH n Q DLTH 36 25.39 15.13 63 24.42 737 24.80 23.72 -.34 +36.8 DunBrad N DNB 2.09 1.6 19 134.25 105.42 116 127.45 999 128.90 127.00 +.61 +7.6sDunkin Q DNKN 1.39 1.9 30 71.50 50.89 747 71.43 4777 71.85 70.12 +1.26 +10.8 DurectCp Q DRRX 2.55 .75 290 1.67 3044 1.71 1.55 +.04 +81.1 Dycom N DY 23 123.99 73.95 256 99.17 1714 100.25 96.12 +1.35 -11.0 Dynagas N DLNG 1.00 12.2 15.52 7.51 73 8.21 727 8.74 8.02 +.02 -24.4 Dynags pfA N DLNGpA 2.25 8.7 26.98 25.09 3 25.76 36 26.28 25.76 -.53 -1.0 Dynasil Q DYSL 8 2.06 1.13 1.35 38 1.40 1.32 -.02 +14.7 Dynatronic Q DYNT 3.55 2.10 3.04 7 3.05 2.85 +.18 +5.4 DynavaxT Q DVAX 24.45 8.15 488 15.10 3956 16.20 14.90 -.90 -19.3 DynexCap N DX .72 11.3 15 7.41 6.02 278 6.39 1382 6.45 6.39 -.04 -8.8 Dynex pfA N DXpA 2.13 8.3 26.00 25.04 1 25.53 4 25.53 25.45 +.05 +.1 Dynex pfB N DXpB 1.91 7.8 25.16 23.25 4 24.60 36 24.68 24.35 -.08 -.7E -:ETracBDC N BDCS 1.84e 9.1 23.36 18.72 22 20.12 70 20.70 20.03 +.06 -3.1 ETrAlerNG N MLPG 1.86e 8.1 26.25 19.00 1 23.10 10 23.30 23.10 +.42 -4.1 E-TrAlerInf N MLPI 1.88e 8.2 26.91 20.31 238 22.81 1053 23.28 22.63 +.16 -5.7 ETBbgCmd N DJCI 17.00 14.60 4 15.40 43 15.86 14.90 -.44 -3.9 ETrAlerian N AMU 1.45e 8.7 19.18 14.59 74 16.76 357 16.78 16.42 +.16 -3.2tE-TrFood N FUD 19.82 15.98 0 16.11 3 16.32 15.98 -1.00 -10.5 E-TracAg N UAG 21.45 16.11 16.18 0 16.18 16.18 -.51 -9.1 ETr2xBDC N BDCL 3.52e 23.1 19.90 13.13 80 15.21 464 15.99 15.12 -.04 -7.5 E-TrcCmci N UCI 16.37 12.85 12 14.96 68 15.45 14.79 -.37 -2.8 E-TrcGld N UBG 35.00 31.00 31.52 1 31.52 31.52 -.03 -4.5 E-Trade Q ETFC 23 66.46 38.17 2651 59.76 11114 61.98 59.11 -.82 +20.6 eBay s Q EBAY 25 46.99 33.95 7716 37.61 49041 37.93 36.78 +.22 -.3 eBay56 n Q EBAYL 1.50 5.8 27.35 25.00 44 26.06 259 26.60 26.00 -.19 -3.3 ECA MTrI N ECT .33e 16.7 5 2.55 1.45 14 1.95 180 2.05 1.90 -.05 -9.3 EDAP TMS Q EDAP 4.25 2.07 118 3.25 312 3.28 3.00 +.23 +13.2 EG Energy N OGEM 22.23 eHealth Q EHTH 28.59 13.61 77 24.33 449 24.96 23.50 +.91 +40.1 ELF Inc n N ELF 27.27 15.19 314 15.74 2451 16.91 15.73 -.95 -29.4 EMC Inc s Q EMCI .88 3.1 20 32.19 24.51 13 28.67 70 29.62 27.79 -.42 -.1 EMCOR N EME .32 .4 23 85.08 62.15 132 77.35 1221 79.05 76.03 -.34 -5.4 EMX Roy g A EMX 1.34 .67 63 1.05 232 1.14 1.01 +.01 +26.4 ENDRA n Q NDRA 5.88 1.55 35 2.22 708 3.11 1.95 -.40 -54.4 ENGlobal Q ENG 5 1.47 .73 10 1.32 271 1.41 1.19 +.07 +51.1 ENI N E 1.29e 3.4 40.15 29.47 248 38.11 972 38.95 37.68 +.13 +14.8 EOG Rescs N EOG .74f .6 128.03 81.99 1820 125.96 12169 127.96 123.10 +1.61 +16.7 EP Energy N EPE 3.80 1.27 2363 2.70 8489 3.22 2.69 -.25 +14.4sEPAM Sys N EPAM 77 133.74 77.96 453 133.56 3110 134.78 128.27 +5.30 +24.3 EPR Prop N EPR 3.84 5.8 17 74.15 51.87 228 66.13 1811 66.79 65.42 -.45 +1.0 EPR pfC N EPRpC 1.44 5.3 29.49 23.38 4 27.10 148 27.26 26.96 -.30 +.7 EPR pfE N EPRpE 2.25 6.4 37.19 33.48 0 35.40 2 35.49 34.70 +.06 -3.9 EPR Pr pfG N EPRpG 1.44 6.2 25.23 21.60 5 23.36 60 23.45 23.15 +.12 -6.7 EQT Corp N EQT .12 .2 67.84 43.70 2369 55.52 11751 57.34 54.42 -.40 -2.5 EQT GP n N EQGP 1.03e 4.1 13 30.74 21.05 106 25.07 649 25.33 23.56 +1.38 -6.8 EQT Mid N EQM 4.26f 7.8 10 78.75 49.95 477 54.41 2164 54.80 51.73 +2.53 -25.6 ESSA Bcp Q ESSA .36 2.3 23 16.80 14.16 4 15.63 35 15.89 15.50 -.15 -.3 ETF SITRis N RISE 25.18 22.59 1 24.72 17 24.73 24.64 +.06 +4.0 ETF JrSil N SILJ 13.81 9.79 58 10.67 224 11.25 10.54 -.42 -6.0 ETF Cyber N HACK 39.67 28.38 1198 38.92 2732 39.14 37.61 +1.23 +23.0sETF MobP N IPAY 40.53 30.01 52 40.42 315 40.53 39.70 +.89 +15.8 ETF M AlH N MJ 39.72 26.02 121 28.83 536 30.11 28.76 -.95 -1.4 ETF M Vid N GAMR 55.00 40.55 19 50.23 173 50.88 49.00 +.78 +4.8 ETF Drone N IFLY 38.00 33.54 3 35.46 39 35.81 34.99 +.09 -5.1sETF AIPw n N AIEQ 28.96 24.03 48 28.89 371 28.98 28.57 +.35 +11.6sBlStIsrTc n N ITEQ 35.87 30.11 11 35.91 43 35.92 35.04 +.74 +13.5 ETF Clim N ETHO 37.25 30.23 11 36.32 16 36.44 36.05 +.39 +6.9 ETFAlpAlt N ALFA 49.46 39.79 1 49.24 6 49.24 48.39 +.66 +15.0 ChngFnDvr N CHGX 20.37 18.02 19.61 1 19.61 19.61 +4.7 ETF EmM n N EEMD 28.41 23.30 10 23.71 11 23.86 23.60 +.04 -9.3 ETF spx H n N SPDV 28.19 25.00 2 27.08 8 27.11 26.84 +.38 +3.5 ETF AptF n N FTVA 30.36 24.74 2 28.73 7 28.82 28.56 +.24 +5.9 ETF GOP n N MAGA 29.82 24.92 0 27.82 8 28.02 27.61 +.14 -.3sNtDUSEq ef N MXDU 28.80 25.93 2 28.79 14 28.83 28.65 +.34 +1.4 RsBsUSE ef N RBUS 27.19 24.83 0 27.09 12 27.11 26.95 +.62 -.4 ETF RvCp n N RVRS 16.76 14.84 3 16.51 30 16.54 16.40 +.20 +3.8 ETF BrVl n N BVAL 16.70 14.46 7 15.79 90 15.80 15.64 +.19 -.6 ETFDeepV N DVP .66e 1.9 37.26 27.75 19 35.08 64 35.62 34.79 -.19 +6.9 GlGoGld n N GOAU 14.13 11.39 3 12.77 24 13.05 12.63 -.22 -1.9 ETF OCIO n N OCIO 27.81 25.44 26.68 1 26.68 26.68 +.13 -.3 ETF Seren N ICAN 28.96 25.36 3 28.75 6 28.80 28.47 +.13 +6.0 PremisCap N TCTL 31.57 27.77 0 30.43 8 30.45 30.06 +.39 +1.5 AptBehMo N BEMO 36.09 27.34 7 35.03 29 35.11 34.51 +.50 +15.5 EtfLonCanc Q CNCR 32.32 21.75 26 25.04 93 25.48 24.60 -.10 +5.3sEtfAlpSmC Q SMCP 27.14 23.22 4 26.85 19 27.14 26.85 +.11 +2.9 EtfUSGblJ N JETS 34.75 27.69 20 29.76 81 29.91 28.79 +.27 -8.6 EtfDiaHVal N DHVW .99e 3.0 33.86 30.05 7 33.19 20 33.23 32.86 +.53 -.6 EtfValidea Q VALX 30.43 26.30 0 29.91 1 30.18 29.69 +.19 +3.1 EtfInfcMLP N AMZA 2.08 28.1 9.83 6.55 617 7.41 4474 7.47 7.25 +.06 -13.9sETF BioPr n N BBP 46.62 37.33 5 46.70 11 46.78 45.68 +.51 +15.1 ETF ClinT n N BBC 36.25 25.88 7 34.48 59 35.26 34.13 -.28 +21.3 InfrCpPfd N PFFR 26.27 23.61 13 24.94 17 25.02 24.85 +.04 -.4 EtfNwfMSec N NFLT 1.13e 4.6 25.95 23.87 12 24.33 154 24.39 24.26 +.04 -3.6 Etf VirtEM N EMEM 28.57 22.20 3 22.88 13 23.11 22.87 +.10 -12.7 IsectPsGr ef Q PMPT 28.26 24.98 27.59 4 27.63 27.54 +.33 +1.3 ETF Virt n N CUMB 26.08 24.38 1 24.98 4 24.99 24.83 +.13 -2.0 ETF PrMtl N GLTR 68.06 59.21 11 60.70 118 62.00 60.61 -.77 -6.6 ETFS Com N BCI 25.95 18.58 1964 23.40 2084 24.24 23.34 -.68 -4.4 ETFS Comd N BCD 28.39 24.07 2 25.29 6 25.94 25.15 -.64 -1.8 ETFS EnCm N BEF 29.22 22.55 27.75 6 28.85 27.72 -.96 +9.3 ETFSGold N SGOL 132.10 117.20 18 119.94 123 122.13 119.82 -1.56 -4.9 ETF Pall N PALL 107.47 79.38 7 89.10 54 91.95 88.91 -1.27 -12.3 ETF Plat N PPLT 97.94 76.85 70 78.94 1107 81.38 78.40 -1.27 -10.8 EVO Pay n Q EVOP 23.40 19.00 93 21.84 541 22.00 20.22 +1.72 +14.8 EXFO g Q EXFO 4.70 3.17 711 3.50 935 3.65 3.30 -19.5teXp Wrld n Q EXPI 19.00 10.89 28 11.12 243 11.48 10.89 +.15 -27.8 EagleBncp Q EGBN 18 69.80 46.20 154 60.15 677 65.42 60.00 -3.60 +3.9 EagBcMT Q EBMT .36 1.9 16 21.95 17.35 2 19.05 6 19.30 19.05 +.15 -9.1 EagleBkS rs Q EGLE 6.14 4.18 118 5.38 906 5.55 5.27 -.04 +20.1 EagleCGr A GRF .50e 2.3 8.59 7.11 1 7.87 115 8.19 7.77 +.13 -.9 EaglFnB n Q EFBI .22p 19.57 14.50 5 16.46 6 16.61 16.01 +.11 +1.8 EagleGrInc N EGIF 1.31 8.4 17.26 14.83 13 15.61 65 15.76 15.59 +.01 -5.9 EagleMat N EXP .40 .4 26 122.49 86.51 247 107.33 1327 108.86 105.87 -.17 -5.3sEaglePhm Q EGRX 40 83.49 45.05 196 79.66 1060 83.50 77.71 +1.44 +49.1 EaglePtCr N ECC .80 4.3 21.60 17.28 58 18.52 776 18.78 18.23 +.07 -1.5 EagleP pfA N ECCA 1.94 7.6 26.36 24.96 4 25.38 44 25.49 25.12 +.16 -1.7 EaglPt pfB N ECCB 1.94 7.4 26.60 25.50 1 26.37 12 26.54 26.30 +.13 +.3 EagleP27 n N ECCY 26.75 24.80 1 25.39 3 25.57 25.36 +.03 Earthstone N ESTE 12.16 7.80 199 10.77 1488 11.00 9.90 +1.02 +1.3 EstWstBcp Q EWBC .80 1.2 19 73.98 52.86 997 64.23 4144 68.09 64.03 -1.73 +5.6 EastrAcq n Q EACQ 10.40 9.25 10.40 1 10.40 10.40 +3.0 EastGvP n N DEA 1.04 5.2 30 22.32 19.03 1642 19.86 4450 20.18 19.79 -.08 -6.9 EasternCo Q EML .44 1.6 39 31.05 24.00 4 28.25 21 30.75 28.25 -2.05 +8.0 Eastgrp N EGP 2.56 2.6 34 98.17 77.74 167 96.93 902 97.99 95.54 -.91 +9.7 EastChem N EMN 2.24 2.3 13 112.45 81.91 616 99.48 4260 102.65 98.71 -.26 +7.4 EKodak N KODK 13.28 2.95 269 3.95 1575 4.00 3.74 +.15 +27.4 EastsDist n Q EAST 9.25 3.35 2 7.91 74 8.47 7.80 -.68 +96.3 Eaton N ETN 2.64f 3.4 18 89.85 69.82 1431 77.76 9936 78.66 75.44 +1.74 -1.6 EatVn 22 n N EFL 10.09 9.08 46 9.35 188 9.46 9.30 +.04 +1.2 EatV HiIn21 N EHT .60 6.2 10.52 9.34 10 9.73 104 9.75 9.66 +.07 -2.7 EV GlInBu s Q EVGBC 100.02 49.98 100.02 0 100.02 100.02 +.04 +100.1 EV CAMu A EVM .68 6.6 12.89 10.15 30 10.29 206 10.33 10.27 +.02 -10.6 EVCAMu2 A EIA .62 5.8 13.00 10.55 20 10.75 60 10.79 10.69 +.03 -6.5 EVCAMu A CEV .71 6.2 13.01 11.23 7 11.45 33 11.59 11.44 -.06 -5.8 EatnVan N EV 1.24f 2.3 20 60.95 45.06 505 53.44 2246 54.10 52.73 +.83 -5.2 EV EnEq N EOI 1.04 6.6 16.46 12.94 60 15.59 407 15.73 15.38 +.27 +7.4 EV EEq2 N EOS 1.05 6.0 17.72 14.41 92 17.53 533 17.53 17.01 +.58 +15.2 EV FltRt N EFT .91 6.3 15.33 14.03 114 14.53 529 14.63 14.52 -.04 +1.4 EVFltRtIP N EFF 1.13 6.7 17.13 15.93 15 16.78 64 16.79 16.53 +.25 +2.9 EV LtdDur A EVV 1.22 9.7 14.29 12.47 278 12.52 1606 12.62 12.48 -.02 -8.3 EV MAMu A MAB .65 5.0 16.00 12.35 2 12.94 11 12.95 12.89 +.05 -2.0 EVMAMu A MMV .69 5.5 14.04 12.26 4 12.48 9 12.50 12.39 +.07 -4.8 EV MIMu A MIW .71 5.4 14.39 12.52 9 13.16 15 13.22 13.16 -.03 -2.2 EVMIMu A EMI .71 5.5 14.01 12.04 0 12.97 9 12.97 12.91 +.09 +1.1 EVMuniBd A EIM .77 6.5 12.98 11.60 110 11.82 451 11.85 11.78 -.02 -5.5 EVMuni2 A EIV .70 5.9 12.95 11.47 12 11.84 169 11.96 11.80 -.06 -3.8 EVMunTT N ETX .85 4.3 21.20 18.81 17 19.73 105 20.19 19.55 -.46 -4.8 EV MuIT N EVN .85 7.0 13.13 11.39 83 12.05 348 12.06 11.81 +.14 -2.8 EV NMuOp N EOT 1.03 5.0 23.54 19.90 21 20.51 128 20.63 20.34 +.09 -9.0 EV NJMu A EMJ .75 6.4 13.52 11.51 6 11.66 43 11.74 11.62 -.03 -6.2 EVNJMu A EVJ .73 6.5 12.95 10.99 17 11.16 54 11.39 11.13 -.11 -4.9 EVNYMu2 A NYH .69 6.4 13.64 10.48 3 10.74 18 10.84 10.74 -.06 -7.1 EV NYMu A ENX .72 6.4 13.34 11.01 24 11.20 145 11.29 11.15 -.08 -9.2 EVNYMu A EVY .74 6.1 13.56 11.84 3 12.13 15 12.20 12.10 +.05 -4.6 EV OHMu A EIO .70 6.1 14.70 11.35 11.57 10 11.60 11.54 +.02 -8.9 EVOHMu A EVO .73 5.9 13.96 12.10 1 12.46 20 12.49 12.39 +.07 -4.4 EV PAMu A EIP .77 6.4 14.70 11.62 0 12.16 3 12.26 12.15 -.04 -2.3 EVPAMu A EVP .73 6.4 12.66 11.20 0 11.34 23 11.49 11.22 +.05 -7.0 EVRiskMgd N ETJ 1.12 11.6 9.92 8.74 239 9.60 867 9.68 9.52 +.09 -.3 EV SrFlt N EFR .95 6.7 15.06 14.01 165 14.15 572 14.38 14.13 -.16 -2.0 EV SrInc N EVF .42 6.6 6.87 6.31 107 6.32 802 6.42 6.32 -.05 -3.1 EVShDur N EVG 1.08 8.3 14.64 12.91 40 12.98 140 13.03 12.91 +.06 -9.5 EVTxABdO N EXD 1.16 12.7 11.98 8.96 27 9.11 134 9.13 9.03 -.01 -11.1 EV TxAd N EVT 1.74 7.5 24.43 21.01 89 23.22 580 23.38 23.05 +.17 -.2 EV TxAG N ETG 1.23 7.1 18.45 16.06 91 17.42 681 17.48 17.21 +.26 +.5 EV TxAOp N ETO 2.16 8.7 26.83 22.60 18 24.94 138 24.95 24.46 +.60 -1.8 EV TxDiver N ETY 1.01 8.1 12.62 10.17 305 12.44 1375 12.51 12.34 +.12 +2.1 EVTxMGlo N EXG .98 10.3 9.84 8.02 397 9.45 2313 9.54 9.41 -.02 +.7 EVTxBWIn N ETB 1.30 8.0 17.27 15.28 38 16.25 200 16.30 16.14 +.08 -2.9 EVTxGBW N ETW 1.17 9.8 12.74 11.15 201 11.88 965 11.97 11.81 -.04 -.3sEVTxBWOp N ETV 1.33 8.5 15.71 14.19 143 15.72 868 15.73 15.50 +.22 +2.3 Ebix Inc s Q EBIX .30 .4 26 87.50 53.90 112 81.15 558 82.25 79.25 +1.25 +2.4 Echelon rs Q ELON 8.37 4.07 74 8.29 459 8.37 8.28 -.04 +49.7 EchoGLog Q ECHO 71 32.95 13.00 255 29.75 1090 30.15 28.80 +.35 +6.3 EchoStar Q SATS 14 62.29 43.33 135 47.17 1475 47.44 46.15 +.87 -21.3 EclipseRs N ECR 26 3.07 1.23 858 1.80 6203 1.96 1.71 +.09 -25.0 Eco-Stim h Q ESES 1.74 .61 74 .72 215 .75 .63 +.05 -42.9 Ecolab N ECL 1.64 1.1 31 150.46 125.74 671 143.16 2995 143.40 141.60 +1.40 +6.7 EcologyEn Q EEI .40 3.0 14.45 10.25 2 13.50 21 13.50 12.90 +.59 +28.6 Ecopetrol N EC .16e .8 23.34 8.77 670 20.72 4202 21.21 20.29 +.23 +41.6 Edenor N EDN 63.29 27.92 54 33.14 444 35.92 31.05 +1.20 -33.3 EdgeTher h Q EDGE 17.77 .84 144 1.03 1141 1.12 1.02 -.04 -89.0 Edgewater Q EDGW 7.30 4.25 5 5.43 89 5.72 5.29 -.07 -13.0 Edgewell N EPC 13 76.76 39.50 1162 51.64 4020 52.77 49.76 -.24 -13.0 EdisonInt N EIX 2.42 3.7 15 83.38 57.63 1227 65.64 9618 66.26 63.67 -.62 +3.8 EditasM n Q EDIT 45.02 15.28 622 37.90 3097 38.77 37.00 -.04 +23.3 EducRltTr N EDR 1.56 3.7 33 43.30 30.07 2431 41.63 7944 42.15 41.51 -.17 +19.2 EducDevel Q EDUC .40f 2.1 32 27.93 9.25 89 18.90 156 19.40 17.17 +.35 -.3 EdwLfSci s N EW 49 155.22 100.20 971 148.13 6147 148.78 143.90 +.60 +31.4seGain Q EGAN 19.05 1.55 862 13.75 6318 19.05 13.15 -4.20 +161.9 EgaletCp Q EGLT 1.59 .37 502 .40 1792 .43 .37 -59.8 eHiCarSvc N EHIC 14.65 8.89 43 13.02 382 13.24 13.01 -.08 +12.5 EidosThr n Q EIDX 24.75 18.10 26 20.77 374 22.78 19.36 -1.73 -10.2 EigerBio rs Q EIGR 18.00 7.13 65 11.50 328 12.00 11.30 -.40 -17.6 8x8 Inc N EGHT 23.05 12.00 914 21.15 4855 21.73 20.50 -.05 +50.0 EksoBio n Q EKSO 4.77 1.02 155 1.76 1857 2.06 1.71 -.22 -17.4 ElPasoEl N EE 1.44f 2.4 26 61.15 48.05 192 60.10 1440 60.85 58.65 -.60 +8.6 ElPasE pf N EPpC 2.38 5.1 51.33 45.00 0 46.55 4 48.50 46.50 -2.35 -4.5 ElPolLoc h Q LOCO 72 13.75 9.05 167 11.60 1048 11.70 11.20 +17.2 ElbitIm rs Q EMITF 3.24 1.90 5 2.24 25 2.32 2.13 -.08 -21.1 ElbitSys Q ESLT 1.76 1.5 20 153.13 111.01 28 120.04 128 120.39 118.33 -.07 -9.9 EldorGld g N EGO .02e 11 2.60 .80 2556 1.08 13502 1.11 1.02 +.03 -24.5sEldorRsts Q ERI 60 46.45 18.80 2000 46.25 6703 46.85 41.70 +5.05 +39.5 ElectSci Q ESIO 8 27.72 7.50 335 17.25 3185 17.85 16.12 +1.22 -19.5 ElectroSen Q ELSE 34 5.24 2.96 4.02 1 4.02 3.90 +.07 -.7telectCore n Q ECOR 20.25 13.32 73 14.90 576 16.45 13.32 -.80 -24.9 Electrmed A ELMD 21 7.96 4.60 6 5.47 22 5.52 5.40 -9.9sElectArts Q EA 33 148.74 99.63 2109 148.73 10899 151.26 142.27 +3.63 +41.6 EFII lf Q EFII 49.76 25.28 273 34.65 1485 34.99 33.39 +.79 +17.3sElevCr n N ELVT 11.27 5.90 401 10.40 2631 11.27 9.90 +.43 +38.1sEliLilly N LLY 2.25 2.5 85 89.09 73.69 3335 89.71 15315 89.87 87.20 +2.32 +6.2 EllieMae N ELLI 72 116.90 79.71 951 102.84 2545 108.31 101.25 -3.63 +15.0 EllingtnF N EFC 1.76 11.0 12 16.43 14.12 16 15.94 168 15.99 15.68 +.22 +9.9 EllingtRM N EARN 1.48 13.4 14 14.97 10.23 48 11.04 375 11.22 10.96 -.15 -8.3 Ellomay A ELLO 11.09 7.50 8.55 3 8.55 7.75 -.05 -5.0 EllswthFd A ECF .80e 8.3 9.88 8.81 19 9.59 93 9.64 9.49 -.01 +1.9 Ellswt pfA A ECFpA 1.31 5.3 26.20 23.39 2 24.69 21 24.80 24.47 +.05 -1.7 ElmiraSB Q ESBK .92b 4.5 17 20.60 18.00 1 20.50 9 20.50 20.34 +5.3 EloxxPh n Q ELOX 24.60 11.11 58 18.86 255 19.78 18.51 -.15 +65.4 EltekLtd rs Q ELTK 8.95 2.65 0 3.86 212 4.48 3.74 +.10 -5.4 eMagin A EMAN 2.65 1.23 10 1.75 144 1.80 1.70 -.03 +6.1 EAndinA N AKO/A .68e 3.3 28.25 19.23 20.41 7 21.19 19.95 +.81 -23.0tEAndinB N AKO/B .74e 3.3 31.80 21.64 8 22.50 66 24.50 21.64 -.10 -23.2 Embraer N ERJ .13e .6 28.55 18.36 3060 21.50 10797 24.73 21.09 -1.94 -10.2 EmclaireF Q EMCF 1.12 3.3 17 36.00 26.75 2 34.07 5 35.43 33.79 -.93 +12.3 Emcore Q EMKR 1.50e 12.20 4.40 81 5.10 420 5.40 5.05 +.05 -20.9 EmerExp n N EEX .29f 1.4 24.56 18.19 145 20.30 957 20.79 20.06 -.32 -.2 EmergeES N EMES 2.68m 10.45 5.65 138 7.17 1310 7.73 7.00 -.05 -.3 EmergBio N EBS 31 55.94 32.48 210 54.96 1545 55.16 52.71 +.06 +18.3 EmersonEl N EMR 1.94 2.7 27 74.45 57.47 1554 70.58 12136 71.29 68.81 +1.30 +1.3 EmerR hs A MSN 1.89 1.07 16 1.47 49 1.50 1.41 -.02 +.7 EmmisC rs Q EMMS 1 5.84 2.44 37 4.41 77 5.15 4.16 -.69 +25.3 EmpirRst rs Q NYNY 30.98 15.88 27 19.85 55 20.25 18.55 -.15 -26.5 EmpOPES N ESBA .34 2.0 21.25 15.17 1 17.16 32 17.41 17.08 -.15 -17.0 EmpOP60 N OGCP .34 2.0 20.90 15.28 1 17.09 10 17.39 17.08 -.15 -16.1 EmpOP250 N FISK .34 2.0 20.95 15.88 17.31 0 17.31 17.28 +.20 -15.1 EmpStRTr N ESRT .34 2.0 44 21.24 15.94 1287 17.23 4872 17.54 17.15 -.15 -16.1 EmployH N EIG .80 1.9 14 50.45 38.35 93 41.55 465 41.80 40.55 +1.05 -6.4 EElChile N EOCC 1.07e 5.2 29.41 19.32 15 20.40 125 20.94 19.95 +.40 -24.2 EnLinkLP N ENLK 1.56 10.4 18.58 12.75 771 15.07 3251 15.95 15.01 -.72 -2.0 EnableMid N ENBL 1.27 7.4 19 18.13 12.89 428 17.26 1581 17.32 16.70 +.09 +21.4 EnantaPh Q ENTA 70 127.77 33.15 237 123.05 1534 127.00 118.68 -2.25 +109.7 EnbrdgEM N EEQ 1.40t 16.23 8.38 223 10.44 1586 10.53 10.10 +.09 -22.0 EnbrdgEPt N EEP 1.40 12.8 13 16.63 8.89 1518 10.98 7377 11.03 10.72 +.14 -20.5 Enbridge N ENB 2.68 42.31 29.00 2387 35.58 14039 35.88 35.17 -.03 -9.0 EnCana g N ECA .06 .5 22 14.31 8.31 6854 13.24 44616 13.53 12.68 +.44 -.7sEncompHlth N EHC 1.00 1.4 26 69.76 42.21 584 69.30 3711 69.87 68.53 -.05 +40.3 EncoreCap Q ECPG 11 52.00 35.85 221 38.00 1244 39.10 37.10 +.25 -9.7 EncorW Q WIRE .08 .2 15 58.70 37.30 27 49.15 286 49.60 47.65 +.20 +1.0sEndvSilv g N EXK 49 3.35 1.94 579 2.94 5487 3.35 2.90 -.29 +23.0 Endo Intl Q ENDP 12.54 5.27 3094 11.12 26758 11.39 10.59 +.26 +43.5sEndocyte Q ECYT 17.42 1.17 535 17.26 4026 17.47 15.71 +1.25 +303.3 Endologix Q ELGX 6.72 3.75 326 5.50 1380 5.85 5.42 -.28 +2.8sEndurIntl Q EIGI 10.95 6.95 597 10.70 3629 10.95 10.28 -.10 +27.4 EnduroRT N NDRO 1.45e 38.2 10 4.41 2.31 44 3.80 230 3.80 3.60 +.20 +20.6sEnergen N EGN .08 .1 26 78.30 47.23 690 74.46 4409 78.30 73.92 -.64 +29.3 Energizer n N ENR 1.16 1.8 22 64.93 40.64 776 63.02 2861 64.92 62.43 -1.87 +31.3 Energous Q WATT 33.50 6.91 258 15.73 1849 15.86 14.46 +1.01 -19.1 EngyFocus Q EFOI 3.46 1.51 4 2.14 74 2.29 2.00 +.10 -12.7 EnFuel grs A UUUU 2.65 1.30 347 2.33 3478 2.52 2.29 -.13 +30.2 EnrgyRec Q ERII 11.30 6.13 311 8.04 1374 8.46 7.86 -.03 -8.1 EgyTrEq s N ETE 1.22 7.1 21 19.34 12.80 1697 17.24 9515 17.82 17.17 -.49 -.1 EngyTrfPt N ETP 2.26 11.7 19 21.68 15.06 2464 19.24 16317 19.40 18.88 +.13 +7.4 EnrgXXi hn Q EGC 21.17 3.41 633 8.94 2544 9.10 8.93 -.06 +55.7 Enerpls g N ERF .12e .9 17 13.49 7.61 454 13.12 3995 13.47 12.72 +.35 +34.0 EnersisAm N ENIA .21e 2.5 12.11 8.45 382 8.56 4728 8.83 8.50 +.03 -23.4 EnerChile N ENIC .22e 4.3 6.57 4.75 311 5.16 2286 5.23 4.94 +.23 -9.2 EnerSys N ENS .70 .9 28 82.25 61.33 200 77.48 789 78.16 75.10 +1.64 +11.3sEngility N EGL 35.84 21.19 140 35.45 773 35.84 31.45 +3.82 +25.0 EnLinkLLC N ENLC 1.05f 6.7 14 20.00 13.80 351 15.75 3118 16.70 15.40 -.85 -10.5 Ennis Inc N EBF .90f 4.5 15 21.80 17.65 60 19.95 369 21.05 19.85 -.50 -3.9sEnovaIntl N ENVA 21 38.90 11.15 237 37.35 1767 38.90 36.35 -.55 +145.7sEnphase Q ENPH 7.60 .76 1519 7.04 13709 7.60 6.86 +.01 +192.1 EnPro N NPO .96f 1.3 41 94.79 66.01 71 73.18 482 74.19 71.75 +.76 -21.7sENSCO N ESV .04 .5 8.00 4.10 8633 7.60 81557 8.00 7.26 +.34 +28.6 Enservco A ENSV 1.50 .30 470 1.23 889 1.23 1.12 +.09 +91.0 EnsignGp s Q ENSG .18 .5 30 40.09 18.75 86 37.50 765 38.42 36.84 +.14 +68.9 EnstarGp Q ESGR 19 237.30 183.85 20 212.00 152 214.95 206.30 +.70 +5.6 EnSync A ESNC .65 .32 121 .37 330 .38 .34 +.03 -7.8 EntegraFn Q ENFC 25 30.70 22.00 13 30.20 104 30.60 30.05 +.05 +3.2 Entegris Q ENTG .28 .8 30 39.55 22.23 691 35.05 4716 36.08 33.80 +.20 +15.1 EnteraBi n Q ENTX 7.60 5.11 2 6.61 92 6.95 6.25 +.01 +5.3 Entercom N ETM .36 4.5 10 12.43 6.30 1823 8.00 10557 8.55 7.80 +.15 -25.9 EntArk66 n N EAI 1.22 5.0 25.29 23.08 13 24.63 52 24.70 24.56 -.09 -2.0 EntArk 63 N EAE 1.19 4.9 25.60 22.51 6 24.20 23 24.27 23.89 +.32 -2.9 EntArk 52 N EAB 1.23 5.0 25.45 23.26 2 24.65 19 24.92 24.51 -.12 -2.3 Entergy N ETR 3.56 4.3 36 87.85 71.95 1254 81.89 8690 82.66 79.55 -.67 +.6 EntLA 66 N ELC 1.22 5.0 25.17 23.08 13 24.56 69 24.65 24.48 +.01 -1.0 EntgyLA52 N ELJ 1.31 5.2 25.75 23.76 1 25.28 55 25.54 25.05 -.13 +.7 EntLA 63 N ELU 1.18 4.9 25.72 22.61 3 24.18 15 24.18 23.87 +.26 -2.6 EntMS FtM N EMP 25.49 23.18 13 24.58 64 24.75 24.54 -.08 -2.3 EntgyNO n N ENO 26.99 24.25 11 25.84 46 26.09 25.75 -.05 +.9 EntgyNO 52 N ENJ 1.25 5.0 25.90 23.17 13 24.94 27 24.95 24.51 +.14 -.1 EntgyTx64 N EZT 1.41 5.3 27.67 25.02 1 26.36 14 26.65 26.33 -.24 -.6 EntBcpMA Q EBTC .58 1.5 21 44.14 30.00 1 38.20 51 41.27 36.12 -2.40 +12.2 EntFinSv Q EFSC .44 .8 19 57.05 36.65 36 54.25 321 56.15 54.15 -1.30 +20.2 EntProdPt N EPD 1.72f 6.1 21 29.65 23.10 2752 28.40 13368 28.57 27.65 +.75 +7.1 Entravisn N EVC .20 4.1 49 7.90 3.90 181 4.90 1471 5.05 4.75 +.05 -31.5 EntrResc A EGI .69 .34 37 .45 224 .48 .44 +.00 -25.0 Envestnet N ENV 47 60.28 37.75 141 57.75 1553 59.80 57.05 -.90 +15.8 EnviroStr A EVI .20e 82 43.25 21.30 2 39.95 67 40.55 37.55 -.50 -.1 EnvisnHl n N EVHC 63.31 23.79 1437 44.71 13855 44.83 44.18 +.52 +29.4 Enviva n N EVA 2.50f 8.7 31.95 25.01 12 28.65 102 29.15 28.45 -.35 +3.6 EnzoBio N ENZ 12.04 4.97 114 5.11 787 5.60 5.00 -.42 -37.3 Epizyme Q EPZM 21.40 11.15 131 13.30 2535 14.12 12.55 +.70 +6.0sePlus s Q PLUS 25 100.65 67.65 46 98.65 304 100.65 97.55 -.90 +31.2 Equifax N EFX 1.56 1.2 22 147.02 89.59 769 126.99 4240 129.31 126.90 -.25 +7.7 Equinix Q EQIX 9.12f 2.1 495.35 370.79 282 443.43 1934 449.39 439.35 -2.27 -2.2 EquitFin n Q EQFN .20p 10.95 10.00 4 10.45 16 10.60 10.30 -.10 -4.1sEqtyBcsh n Q EQBK 27 44.30 31.25 109 42.15 500 44.30 42.14 -.50 +19.0 EquityCmw N EQC 32 32.35 27.96 284 31.66 1928 32.09 31.57 -.35 +3.8 EqCm pfD N EQCpD 1.63 6.2 27.24 25.24 2 26.19 19 26.40 26.08 +.04 -.6 EqtyLfPrp N ELS 2.20 2.4 28 93.18 79.78 248 92.49 1527 93.09 91.26 -.03 +3.9 EqtyRsd N EQR 2.16 3.3 31 70.46 54.97 1230 64.50 8999 65.48 64.13 -.29 +1.1 EquusTR N EQS 29 2.54 2.19 2 2.28 27 2.33 2.28 -.06 -5.0 EraGroup N ERA 13 14.00 8.10 13 13.29 281 13.94 12.82 -.36 +23.6 Ericsson Q ERIC .13e 1.7 8.05 5.52 2961 7.73 15928 7.85 7.65 -.07 +15.7 ErieInd Q ERIE 3.36 2.8 29 129.73 106.63 19 118.12 171 119.32 117.40 +.13 -3.1 Eros Intl N EROS 16.90 6.65 170 13.65 1651 14.50 13.60 -.45 +41.5 ErytechP n Q ERYP 30.56 10.00 0 10.98 7 11.20 10.71 -.14 -50.1 Escalade Q ESCA .50 3.6 14 15.25 11.65 5 13.75 33 14.50 13.60 -.30 +11.8 EscoTech N ESE .32 .5 20 66.80 50.30 46 61.35 386 62.10 60.15 +1.25 +1.8 Esperion Q ESPR 82.68 33.06 651 42.35 4577 45.89 40.00 -2.27 -35.7 Espey A ESP 1.00 3.8 53 29.97 21.07 0 26.06 6 26.70 25.70 +.31 +8.8 EsqFnHld n Q ESQ 29.45 14.51 12 26.36 107 27.04 24.01 -.34 +33.5 EssaPh gs Q EPIX 12.74 2.00 5 3.89 30 4.27 3.85 -.01 -11.2 Essendant Q ESND .56 4.0 14.81 7.20 148 14.15 1219 14.50 13.84 +.23 +52.6 Essent N ESNT 9 50.08 32.73 641 35.70 3560 37.85 35.50 -1.50 -17.8stEssentPr n N EPRT 14.09 13.27 222 14.00 2209 14.09 13.27 +.54 +2.3 EssexPT N ESS 7.44f 3.1 28 270.04 214.03 246 239.62 1827 243.70 237.28 -.40 -.7 EsteeLdr N EL 1.52 1.1 47 158.80 93.45 1414 140.49 9162 144.82 138.05 -1.93 +10.4 Esterline N ESL 17 100.60 67.15 88 75.15 498 75.55 73.00 +1.45 +.6 EstreAm n Q ESTR 13.38 7.72 2 8.15 11 8.70 8.15 -.12 -5.6 EtfSilver N SIVR 17.70 14.92 74 15.38 1161 15.78 15.34 -.22 -6.9 EthanAl N ETH .76 3.0 17 33.13 21.50 117 25.05 744 25.55 24.48 -.11 -12.4 Etrac2xMtg N MORL 3.31e 20.9 19.30 12.50 476 15.81 1638 16.69 15.74 -.18 -10.4 Et2xDJDiv N DVYL 3.55e 5.0 77.86 60.01 1 71.60 12 73.18 70.72 -.76 -2.2 Etr2xHomb N HOML 70.00 34.00 48.00 0 48.00 48.00 +3.50 -20.3 EtrCrdOil n N OILX 43.69 26.87 43.03 1 43.03 42.53 +.21 +32.0 EtHiDLwV N HDLV 2.57e 9.6 33.35 23.58 5 26.79 23 27.73 26.67 -.42 -16.8 Etr2xCEFd N CEFL 2.88 18.6 18.98 15.30 88 15.48 368 15.74 15.43 +.06 -14.6 EtrcDvsHi N DVHL 2.85e 14.8 22.31 17.57 3 19.28 97 19.61 19.13 +.11 -4.6 EtrWFxEn N LMLP 1.90e 11.0 19.00 14.10 22 17.29 113 17.75 16.85 -.20 +9.8 EtracReit N LRET 2.00e 7.9 27.57 19.32 25.24 11 25.55 25.17 -.19 -4.0 UBS VlHdg N XIVH 82.84 11.86 15.28 -80.2 Etr EnhGl N FIHD 191.45 147.00 11 164.00 71 166.59 161.20 +.41 -4.7 FI EnhEu n N FIEE 202.02 151.77 1 164.52 23 168.05 161.45 -1.63 -7.3 Etr SP MLP N MLPZ .06p 51.00 31.45 37.33 3 39.73 38.48 -.38 -12.9 Etr MLP In N MLPQ .08p 48.65 25.63 122 31.96 300 33.28 31.47 +.35 -15.2 EtrAlerInf N MLPB .99e 26.40 20.87 22.67 0 23.07 23.07 +1.95 -2.4 EtrWFBsD N BDCZ .91e 26.16 19.08 1 20.00 1 20.00 20.00 +.30 -4.1 Etr2xLevLg N LBDC 2.89e 19.1 19.93 13.65 1 15.10 11 15.93 15.10 -.16 -7.4 EtrMtgReit N MRRL 1.70e 19.15 11.51 14 15.72 66 16.65 15.72 -.17 -11.2 EtrSCHiDv N SMHD 3.06e 15.6 21.47 14.27 19 19.65 172 20.93 19.19 -.46 +.1 Etsy n Q ETSY 63 45.88 13.58 1167 43.00 7246 45.59 42.56 -1.71 +110.3 EuroTech Q CLWT 8.45 2.00 121 4.90 1351 5.90 3.84 +1.10 +48.0 Euronav n N EURN 2.41e 10.10 6.90 360 8.70 3649 9.30 8.70 -.25 -5.9 Euronet Q EEFT 20 101.07 70.67 286 85.20 2210 86.90 84.69 -.55 +1.1 EuroEqFd N EEA .17e 1.8 10.88 9.10 4 9.54 48 9.58 9.39 +.26 -3.4 Euroseas rs Q ESEA 2.73 1.25 13 1.78 114 1.95 1.63 -.03 +4.5 EvansBc A EVBN .92f 2.0 19 49.00 37.80 2 46.65 31 47.50 46.19 -.05 +11.3 EveloBio n Q EVLO 16.75 11.10 57 13.04 397 13.45 12.11 +.50 -19.8 Ever-Glory Q EVK 7 4.50 1.96 2 3.70 69 3.80 2.55 +1.05 +57.4tEverQuo n Q EVER 22.09 16.26 197 16.90 1009 17.95 16.14 -.80 -6.2 Everbrdg n Q EVBG 53.42 21.56 194 50.23 1019 50.26 47.35 +.81 +69.0 Evercore N EVR 2.00f 1.9 25 112.60 69.55 388 106.35 2307 109.70 103.50 -1.25 +18.2 EverestRe N RE 5.20f 2.2 25 277.17 208.81 158 231.55 845 235.75 230.75 +1.09 +4.7 Evergy N EVRG 1.60 2.9 25 57.44 47.06 889 55.91 6538 56.74 54.17 -.85 +5.9 EveriHldgs N EVRI 8.99 6.08 279 7.75 1679 7.93 7.39 +.33 +2.8 EversrceE N ES 2.02 3.4 19 66.15 52.76 1843 59.14 10347 60.68 57.80 -1.17 -6.4 EvrspnTc n Q MRAM 25.39 6.40 57 9.82 445 9.85 9.00 +.74 +30.9sEvertec N EVTC .40 1.8 19 22.95 12.60 610 22.70 2511 23.45 22.10 +.45 +66.3 EvineLive Q EVLV 1.62 .76 553 1.40 2229 1.48 1.32 +.06 EvofemBio Q EVFM 12.56 .30 27 2.60 185 2.73 2.41 -.01 +33.3 Evogene Q EVGN 5.75 2.66 16 2.87 78 3.11 2.87 +.01 -6.5 EvokePhm Q EVOK 4.09 1.85 23 2.67 91 2.75 2.60 +.05 +18.1 EvolentH n N EVH 27.15 10.30 589 22.25 3241 23.15 22.15 -.75 +80.9 Evolus n Q EOLS 39.50 6.75 212 26.17 1553 28.03 23.52 -1.19 +127.6sEvolPetrol A EPM .40 3.5 24 12.00 6.35 173 11.30 1419 12.00 11.00 -.20 +65.0tEvolvgSys Q EVOL .44 15.4 8 5.85 2.70 10 2.85 53 3.00 2.70 -.05 -39.4 EvoquaWt n N AQUA 25.36 18.05 337 20.71 2032 21.02 20.27 +.39 -12.7 ExOne Q XONE 12.50 6.16 87 7.35 597 7.84 7.10 -.19 -12.5 ExactSci h Q EXAS 71.60 36.10 639 63.76 5476 64.39 61.16 +1.30 +21.4 ExantasCap N XAN .20 2.0 11.38 8.51 101 10.13 510 10.23 10.06 -.07 +8.1 ETYldShHi N YYY 1.92 10.5 20.00 18.08 46 18.31 210 18.33 18.25 +.04 -6.0 ExTrRobo N ROBO .07e .2 46.20 35.38 222 40.72 1737 41.05 40.12 +.44 -1.5 RxVlmxWk A VMAX 31.03 2.69 1 18.44 7 19.36 18.44 -1.50 +50.7 Ber Gl Rs n N BRGL 28.14 24.89 26.88 0 26.88 26.67 -.22 +3.2 Ber US Rs n N BERN 29.41 24.94 0 28.67 1 28.70 28.67 +.21 +6.6 ExTTactUS N HTUS 29.30 24.04 4 27.40 47 27.50 27.25 +.04 +1.0 ETF IndExp N TETF 21.64 16.10 3 19.87 17 20.21 19.82 +.10 +4.3 RxVlmxInF A VMIN 46.55 2.37 84 3.29 236 3.30 3.15 +.19 -90.5 ETEMeCmc N EMQQ .02p 43.50 31.68 137 37.10 666 37.74 36.42 +.05 -2.5 ExelaTch n Q XELA 8.97 4.15 52 4.94 560 5.24 4.82 +.08 -4.1 Exelixis Q EXEL 27 32.50 18.50 2756 21.86 20932 22.21 20.77 +.65 -28.1 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 7 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 57

sExelon N EXC 1.38f 3.3 12 43.20 35.51 4771 42.39 31871 43.20 41.20 -.70 +7.6 ExlSvcHld Q EXLS 44 64.34 52.50 102 61.67 628 61.96 59.26 +2.15 +2.2 Expedia h Q EXPE 1.20 .9 58 161.00 98.52 894 126.95 5153 127.96 123.81 +.95 +6.0 ExpdIntl Q EXPD .90f 1.2 25 78.16 54.32 943 73.23 5891 73.79 71.46 +1.38 +13.2 Exponent s Q EXPO 60 52.63 28.53 118 49.95 735 50.80 49.10 -.55 +40.5 Express N EXPR 30 11.34 5.28 1632 9.38 9245 9.80 9.05 -.29 -7.6 ExpScripts Q ESRX 11 85.07 55.80 1289 81.48 11095 82.79 79.18 +1.41 +9.2 ExtendStay Q STAY .88f 4.1 45 22.58 16.27 1087 21.44 7013 22.09 20.80 -.39 +12.8 Exterran n N EXTN 33.69 23.29 81 28.03 723 28.35 26.50 +1.56 -10.8 ExtraSpce N EXR 3.44f 3.6 23 101.96 73.70 1324 96.81 5861 100.97 96.55 -3.95 +10.7 ExtrOilGs n Q XOG 17.42 10.28 1645 14.56 7489 15.70 14.54 -.36 +1.7 ExtrmNet Q EXTR 15.55 7.63 1735 8.50 7486 8.87 8.46 -.07 -32.1 ExxonMbl N XOM 3.28f 3.9 18 89.30 72.16 8720 83.31 48738 84.12 82.03 +.98 -.4 EyePtPh Q EYPT 2.88 .93 95 2.15 1194 2.34 2.12 -.03 +99.1 EyegatePh Q EYEG 1.42 .29 230 .57 1344 .60 .54 -.01 -46.9 Eyenovia n Q EYEN 10.74 5.75 2 6.44 68 7.46 5.94 +.39 -35.1 Ezcorp Q EZPW 16 15.10 7.58 186 12.10 2428 12.65 12.01 -.05 -.8F -:F5 Netwks Q FFIV 23 183.27 114.63 661 176.03 3321 179.22 170.12 -1.22 +34.1 FAT Br n Q FAT .48 7.2 13.99 5.54 6 6.67 54 7.53 6.53 -.83 -25.2 FB Finl n N FBK .06p 17 45.43 32.84 99 40.84 600 42.52 40.33 -1.07 -2.7 FBL Fn N FFG 1.84 2.3 19 85.00 64.00 4 80.70 66 82.65 80.00 -.10 +15.9 FCB Fin N FCB 22 62.95 39.90 443 57.95 1401 61.90 57.50 -2.60 +14.1 FFBW n Q FFBW 12.50 10.30 2 11.15 11 11.15 11.02 +1.2 FGL Hldg n N FG 11.94 8.14 760 8.65 4884 8.88 8.63 -.06 -14.1 FLIR Sys Q FLIR .64 1.2 32 55.72 35.24 433 52.83 4244 53.27 51.86 +1.06 +13.3 FMC Corp N FMC .66 .7 17 98.70 72.73 715 88.34 4572 91.08 87.92 -1.44 -6.7 FNBCp PA N FNB .48 3.6 14 14.92 12.02 1740 13.22 10563 13.86 13.21 -.31 -4.3 FNB FL pfE N FNBpE 31.65 27.64 3 29.33 12 29.57 28.56 -.45 +.3 FNCB Bc n Q FNCB .04p 10.00 8.01 2 8.72 4 8.99 8.62 -.04 -5.7 FTFQAntiB N BTAL 20.69 18.31 0 19.96 20 19.96 19.76 -.11 +3.5 FTFQMom N MOM 26.26 22.76 0 24.23 7 24.46 24.23 -.18 +.8 FTFQValu N CHEP 27.13 23.33 23.43 16 23.43 23.43 -.46 -10.2 FTFQHgDiv N DIVA 1.08e 2.9 25.68 23.17 23.72 0 23.72 23.72 +.01 -4.6sFRP Hldgs Q FRPH 21 66.70 41.90 10 64.00 91 66.70 63.50 -1.95 +44.6sFS Bncp Q FSBW .56f .9 13 66.40 42.77 29 62.01 99 66.40 61.54 -1.86 +13.6 FS Invest N FSIC .76 9.8 9 9.15 6.95 823 7.75 4197 7.83 7.60 +.05 +5.4 FSB Bcp n Q FSBC 18.23 14.80 2 17.71 2 17.75 17.50 -.05 +4.1 FTD Cos Q FTD 20.47 3.46 232 4.43 1009 4.91 4.25 -.48 -38.4 FTE Net n A FTNW 26.25 14.10 10 18.15 51 19.08 17.00 +1.25 +10.0sFTI Cnslt N FCN 30 68.11 31.65 267 68.87 1642 68.99 62.80 +6.03 +60.3tFTS Intl n N FTSI 22.60 12.61 395 12.74 2904 14.85 12.61 -1.22 -35.0 Fabrinet N FN 13 47.02 24.02 305 38.86 1378 39.65 37.87 +.69 +35.4sFacebook Q FB 39 207.08 149.02 11421 207.32 73888 208.43 201.75 +4.09 +17.5 FactsetR N FDS 2.56 1.3 25 217.36 155.09 392 202.20 1430 209.08 201.35 +.57 +4.9sFairIsaac N FICO .08 52 203.63 131.52 164 202.89 852 203.70 197.58 +5.24 +32.4 FDaves Q DAVE 9.65 3.40 8 6.75 81 6.90 6.30 -.10 +3.1 FangHldg N SFUN .20e 5.7 1 5.69 3.01 969 3.51 5590 3.76 3.50 -.10 -37.1 Fanhua Q FANH .65e 2.1 52 38.24 8.21 175 30.96 1188 31.84 29.26 +1.96 +43.2tFarPtAc un N FPAC/U 10.45 10.14 90 10.17 795 10.22 10.13 +.1 FarmerBrs Q FARM 35.05 23.60 40 29.55 136 30.90 29.45 -1.25 -8.1 FarmMer s Q FMAO .56f 1.3 23 49.99 27.05 4 42.90 20 43.00 40.99 +1.43 +5.1 FarmCB Q FFKT .50 1.0 22 55.05 32.60 6 52.40 90 54.10 52.40 -.80 +36.1sFarmersNB Q FMNB .28 1.7 19 16.85 12.80 12 16.30 104 16.85 16.23 -.25 +10.5tFarmland N FPI .51 8.2 57 9.68 5.15 874 6.24 12883 8.89 5.15 -2.63 -28.1tFarmln pfB N FPIpB 1.50 6.7 27.96 17.30 195 22.30 1044 24.62 17.30 -2.15 -13.5 FaroTech Q FARO 65.35 32.25 40 56.20 251 57.50 55.70 +.05 +19.6 Fastenal Q FAST 1.60f 2.9 24 58.74 39.79 5186 55.24 47792 56.42 48.09 +7.03 +1.0 FateThera Q FATE 14.45 2.52 105 11.86 1200 12.82 11.46 -.58 +94.1 Fauquier Q FBSS .48 2.2 42 22.25 17.24 2 21.46 6 21.79 21.25 +.20 -2.0 FedExCp N FDX 2.60f 1.1 11 274.66 203.13 983 233.75 6680 237.20 228.98 +5.48 -6.3 FedNatHld Q FNHC .32 1.4 21 24.37 9.78 116 23.27 302 23.39 22.30 +.32 +40.4 FedAgric N AGM 2.32 2.5 95.97 62.72 15 93.75 123 95.66 92.42 +.81 +19.8 FdAgricA N AGM/A 2.32 2.7 25 87.20 61.50 84.58 1 85.28 84.31 +1.10 +16.3 FAgMt pfA N AGMpA 1.47 5.8 26.47 24.75 0 25.48 3 25.48 25.22 +.25 +1.4 FAgMt pfB N AGMpB 1.72 6.5 28.80 25.52 1 26.39 3 26.43 26.11 -.13 +.2 FAgMt pfC N AGMpC 1.50 5.6 31.25 25.68 26.70 1 26.70 26.16 +.56 -4.0 FedRlty N FRT 4.00 3.2 22 135.59 106.41 247 125.09 1978 127.29 124.58 -1.80 -5.8 FedRlt pfC N FRTpC 1.25 5.1 25.48 21.32 4 24.50 44 24.72 24.06 -.09 -2.7 FedSignl N FSS .28 1.2 28 25.00 17.38 152 23.65 851 23.99 23.18 -.07 +17.7sFedlStAc n Q FSAC 9.86 9.65 17 9.87 137 9.88 9.83 +.05 +1.6 FedlStA un Q FSACU 10.50 9.53 10.45 1 10.45 10.40 +.09 +2.0 FedInvst N FII 1.08f 4.6 8 36.76 22.82 1285 23.33 5993 24.59 23.01 -.41 -35.3 FedPMu N FMN .88 6.6 15.07 13.18 20 13.36 124 13.43 13.21 +.15 -4.8 FenncPhr n Q FENC 14.99 7.55 30 9.68 385 10.42 9.45 -.67 -3.4 Ferrari n N RACE 149.85 86.68 434 142.51 1522 143.70 134.84 +7.15 +35.9 Ferrellgs N FGP .40 12.0 5.75 2.87 112 3.32 1020 3.42 3.26 -.03 -22.4 Ferro N FOE 17 25.50 17.78 441 21.03 1958 21.65 20.69 -.16 -10.9tFerrogl n Q GSM .16 2.0 17.61 7.99 1577 7.98 4065 8.53 7.85 -.15 -50.7 FiatChrys N FCAU 24.95 11.07 1421 19.43 14044 20.43 19.08 -.57 +8.9 FibriaCelu N FBR .09e .5 22.05 9.60 1458 18.67 4341 18.94 18.50 -.13 +27.0 Fibrocll rs Q FCSC 20.30 2.21 419 2.50 1882 2.63 2.39 -.01 -21.9sFibroGen Q FGEN 68.55 32.20 579 63.90 3196 68.55 62.80 -3.35 +34.8 FidCorpBd N FCOR 1.58 3.2 51.30 47.95 9 48.80 33 48.84 48.31 +.26 -4.2 FidLtdTm N FLTB .98 2.0 50.75 49.11 37 49.33 169 49.39 49.22 -.03 -1.6 FidTotBd N FBND 1.20e 2.4 50.80 48.42 22 49.02 221 49.09 48.90 +.03 -2.4 FidD&D n Q FDBC .96 1.6 68.00 33.09 1 58.77 15 65.04 57.30 -.03 +42.3 FidCnsDis N FDIS .40e .9 44.16 34.66 98 44.04 491 44.09 43.40 +.80 +12.6 FidCnsStpl N FSTA .87e 2.7 35.47 29.50 128 31.90 521 31.95 31.51 +.25 -7.0 FidEnergy N FENY .53e 2.5 22.21 17.01 135 21.33 1301 21.88 21.06 +.12 +6.4 FidFinan N FNCL .60e 1.5 43.90 34.85 224 39.73 1181 40.47 39.47 +.28 -2.6 FidHlthCre N FHLC .70e 1.6 44.44 37.13 245 43.29 907 43.34 42.68 +.66 +8.3 FidIndls N FIDU .56e 1.5 41.28 34.01 84 38.15 522 38.25 37.49 +.78 -1.4 Fid Val n N FVAL 35.18 29.04 7 33.63 55 33.69 33.28 +.35 +2.3 Fid Qual n N FQAL 34.02 28.45 11 33.32 47 33.38 32.99 +.49 +4.8sFidInfoTch N FTEC .42e .7 58.00 42.95 410 57.92 2124 58.06 56.55 +1.24 +15.9 Fid Moment N FDMO 34.26 27.86 7 33.76 124 33.79 33.15 +.65 +7.9 Fid LowVol N FDLO 32.45 27.60 7 32.04 55 32.07 31.60 +.56 +4.7 Fid RisR n N FDRR 32.71 27.94 49 31.04 211 31.15 30.81 +.30 +1.3 Fid CoreD n N FDVV 30.41 26.24 45 29.79 285 29.96 29.68 +.08 +3.8 FidMsciRE N FREL .86e 3.5 25.36 21.73 111 24.80 682 25.03 24.66 -.21 +.4 FidUtils N FUTY 1.21e 3.5 37.01 30.99 58 34.65 861 35.10 33.72 -.43 +.4 FidTelecm N FCOM .76e 2.6 33.40 27.59 23 28.96 121 29.50 28.90 -.43 -6.3 FidelMatls N FMAT .53e 1.6 37.11 30.49 27 34.05 195 34.59 33.90 +.07 -2.8sFidNasdIdx Q ONEQ 2.29e .7 306.77 241.02 21 307.16 147 307.61 301.62 +5.71 +13.3 FidlNatFn N FNF 1.20f 3.2 14 42.52 31.89 1229 37.08 4003 38.65 36.90 -.80 -5.5sFidNatInfo N FIS 1.28 1.2 20 109.15 86.49 1021 108.13 7497 109.15 107.06 -.24 +14.9 FidelSo Q LION .48 1.9 17 27.05 20.28 45 25.53 301 26.71 25.00 -.60 +17.1 FidClayOp N FMO 1.72f 14.7 15.43 10.27 158 11.69 558 11.81 11.52 -.05 -11.1 FidusInvst Q FDUS 1.56a 10.8 9 17.04 12.63 55 14.46 300 14.68 14.38 +.04 -4.7 FidsInv23 n Q FDUSL 1.47 5.6 28.00 24.85 1 26.05 9 26.15 25.73 +.37 +4.2sFiestaRst Q FRGI 30.30 15.50 164 29.60 945 30.30 28.80 -.45 +55.8 FifthThird Q FITB .72f 2.5 9 34.67 24.66 4946 29.09 29343 30.19 28.89 -.05 -4.1 FifthT pf Q FITBI 1.66 6.1 30.54 27.00 14 27.17 128 27.56 27.09 -.24 -4.7 51job Q JOBS 114.63 45.46 429 92.63 2016 98.75 91.08 -5.35 +52.2 58.com N WUBA 77 89.90 45.07 979 65.73 5204 67.93 63.93 -1.06 -8.2 FinTcII n Q FNTE 11.76 9.70 7 10.03 366 10.03 10.00 +.03 +1.1tFinTcII un Q FNTEU 11.24 9.04 10.50 3 10.70 9.04 -.10 FinclEngin Q FNGN .32 .7 51 45.00 24.45 106 44.93 849 45.00 44.90 -.08 +48.3 FnclInst Q FISI .96 2.9 16 34.35 25.65 43 32.68 279 33.70 32.53 -.73 +5.1 Finisar Q FNSR 28.84 14.25 4959 18.22 11098 19.00 18.15 -.55 -10.5sFinjanH Q FNJN 5 4.78 1.66 1050 4.47 5307 4.78 3.85 +.69 +106.9 FireEye Q FEYE 19.36 13.40 2088 17.29 14671 17.41 16.26 +1.31 +21.8 FstAFin n N FAF 1.52 2.9 21 62.71 44.21 313 51.83 2616 52.31 51.30 +.54 -7.5 FstBcpPR N FBP 26 8.32 4.48 1396 7.77 8495 8.12 7.69 -.16 +52.4 FstBcpME Q FNLC 1.16f 4.0 17 32.33 25.00 6 29.00 44 30.38 28.84 -1.27 +6.5 FtBcpNC Q FBNC .40 1.0 24 42.94 29.73 49 40.45 603 42.64 40.43 -1.25 +14.6 FstBcMiss Q FBMS .20f .6 22 36.90 26.10 10 35.80 86 36.90 35.50 -.95 +4.7 FstBkNJ Q FRBA .12 .8 32 14.95 11.15 21 14.25 209 14.75 14.20 +.05 +2.9sFstBusey rs Q BUSE .80 2.5 22 33.25 27.33 90 32.22 519 33.25 32.21 -.43 +7.6 FBusnFn s Q FBIZ .56 2.2 18 26.95 20.57 13 25.21 55 26.46 25.16 -.77 +14.0 FrstCap Q FCAP .92 2.4 19 43.02 30.07 0 38.20 1 39.90 37.73 -2.00 +4.0 FstCash N FCFS .88f 1.0 35 95.40 56.40 109 91.60 826 93.25 91.00 +.70 +35.8 FtChoBc n Q FCBP 33.50 26.54 6 30.29 67 30.60 29.45 +.29 +9.2 FCtzBA Q FCNCA 1.40 .4 20 463.44 323.74 30 399.90 171 416.93 396.12 -8.44 -.8 FstCwlth N FCF .36f 2.3 22 16.40 12.07 234 15.68 1564 16.23 15.64 -.17 +9.5 FCmtyBsh Q FCBC .72a 2.3 20 36.09 24.02 11 31.64 94 33.65 31.59 -1.49 +10.1 FCmtyCp Q FCCO .40 1.6 24 26.25 19.60 11 24.60 64 26.05 24.45 -1.15 +8.8 FtConnBcp Q FBNK .68f 2.2 23 31.90 23.25 66 30.60 464 31.80 30.50 -.30 +17.0 1stCnstBn Q FCCY .24 1.1 17 27.00 16.15 9 21.30 72 21.85 21.20 -.25 +16.4sFstData n N FDC 12 22.53 14.73 3871 22.31 26106 22.53 21.91 +.45 +33.5sFstDefiF s Q FDEF 17 34.38 23.51 89 32.63 212 35.00 32.50 -1.38 +25.6 FFnclOH Q FFBC .76 2.4 20 33.70 22.80 126 31.25 937 32.45 30.60 -.50 +18.6 FstFnBksh Q FFIN .84f 1.6 27 56.35 37.31 134 52.10 793 53.90 51.75 -.65 +15.6 FstFnIN Q THFF 1.02 2.2 20 50.20 39.55 51 47.00 178 47.50 46.15 -.20 +3.6 FstFnNwst Q FFNW .32f 1.6 23 21.82 13.13 33 20.41 240 20.98 19.02 +.49 +31.6 FstFound s Q FFWM 22 20.43 16.08 169 18.69 681 19.80 18.67 -.81 +.8 FstGtyBc n Q FGBI .64b 2.4 29.50 22.76 2 26.89 16 27.63 26.20 -.41 +7.6 FsHawaii n Q FHB .96 3.4 32.36 26.30 797 28.36 3823 29.82 28.29 -.95 -2.8 FstHorizon N FHN .48 2.7 15 20.86 15.84 2705 17.59 14480 18.29 17.53 -.30 -12.0 FstHrz pfA N FHNpA 1.55 6.1 26.06 24.77 0 25.43 15 25.43 25.22 -.06 +.9 FstInRT N FR .87 2.6 22 34.04 27.61 443 33.53 3105 34.00 33.24 -.34 +6.5 FIntntBcp Q INBK .24 .7 14 42.40 27.25 57 33.60 216 34.32 33.30 -.50 -11.9 FIntBc26 n Q INBKL 1.50 5.8 26.74 24.75 1 25.88 3 26.20 25.88 -.34 -2.4 FstIntBc A Q FIBK 1.12 2.7 19 44.95 33.33 73 42.10 517 44.05 41.95 -1.00 +5.1sFMajSilv g N AG 8.48 4.93 1296 7.70 12246 8.48 7.54 -.56 +14.2 FstMerch Q FRME .88f 1.9 20 49.19 37.09 110 46.60 523 48.66 46.50 -1.23 +10.8 FstMidIll Q FMBH .68a 1.7 17 42.46 30.01 14 39.59 154 41.61 39.31 -1.41 +2.7 FMidBc Q FMBI .44 1.7 20 27.40 20.50 370 25.54 1678 26.79 25.46 -.52 +6.4 FstNwBc n Q FNWB 45 18.35 15.07 5 16.03 38 16.34 15.92 -.20 -1.7 FstRepBk N FRC .72 .7 105.52 84.56 1509 97.74 5458 102.00 97.13 -1.79 +12.8 FstRep pfD N FRCpD 1.38 5.4 26.36 24.16 3 25.43 33 25.66 25.39 -.08 -.4 FstRep pfE N FRCpE 1.75 6.8 27.45 25.54 5 25.80 33 25.92 25.76 +.05 -1.3 FstRep pfF N FRCpF 1.43 5.5 27.00 24.65 1 25.96 20 26.18 25.79 -.29 +.7 FtRepB pfH N FRCpH 1.28 5.2 25.97 23.30 21 24.79 82 24.95 24.68 -.04 -2.4 FtRpBk pfG N FRCpG 27.05 24.09 12 25.10 58 25.43 25.09 -.17 -2.9 FstSavFin Q FSFG .60 .8 19 80.01 52.16 1 71.59 13 74.00 71.50 -2.01 +25.6 FstSolar Q FSLR 33 81.72 39.11 1613 54.06 7341 55.75 53.30 -.47 -19.9 1stSource Q SRCE .96f 1.8 20 56.77 44.59 22 54.17 169 56.41 54.15 -1.03 +9.5 FTNDXTc Q QTEC .58e .7 83.42 62.64 132 80.40 697 80.72 78.74 +1.38 +11.8 FtTr AbsRet Q FAAR .84e 34.79 27.00 2 28.75 35 29.02 28.65 -.09 -2.0 FtTr 22 n N FIV 10.08 9.02 23 9.27 339 9.32 9.22 +.02 +1.5 FT RisDv n Q SDVY .11e .5 22.04 19.62 21.02 4 21.10 20.94 -.07 +.1 FtTrGlob N FAM .90 8.9 11.97 9.88 33 10.13 223 10.16 10.07 +.05 -12.5 FT MCGr N FNY .15e .3 45.34 33.90 48 44.83 151 45.02 44.28 +.55 +14.4 FT AsiaPc Q FPA 1.01e 3.1 38.10 31.66 2 32.27 23 32.52 31.91 +.14 -9.6 FT Europe Q FEP .65e 1.7 42.49 34.89 128 39.12 1405 39.49 38.66 +.21 +.2 FT LatAm Q FLN 2.01e 10.9 23.27 17.33 13 18.48 27 18.55 18.07 +.29 -9.5 FT Brazil Q FBZ 1.62e 13.8 18.24 11.15 7 11.77 57 11.83 11.34 +.15 -24.2 FT China Q FCA .68e 2.4 34.79 23.65 28.55 15 28.77 27.73 +.86 -3.9 FT Japan Q FJP .77e 1.4 63.38 51.81 7 54.94 174 55.44 54.14 +.46 -8.3tFT SKorea Q FKO .59e 2.4 32.08 24.82 1 24.94 40 25.33 24.82 -.07 -15.6 FT DevMkt Q FDT .96e 1.6 67.22 55.17 56 60.13 364 60.54 59.17 +.52 -3.6 FT EmMkt Q FEM .64e 2.5 31.32 23.61 69 25.88 1230 26.20 25.35 +.22 -7.3 FT Germny Q FGM 1.04e 2.2 55.51 43.54 7 47.16 59 47.63 46.67 -.05 -7.9 FT MCVal N FNK .40e 1.1 37.68 32.17 6 36.54 22 36.93 36.35 -.11 +.7 FT Canada Q FCAN .29e 1.1 27.35 23.69 1 26.49 6 26.74 26.12 +.19 -.1 FT UK Q FKU 1.57e 3.9 43.39 35.84 2 40.20 14 40.75 39.99 +.13 +.8 FT Switzld Q FSZ .78e 1.5 56.74 48.44 8 50.72 63 51.03 50.34 +.11 -3.8 FT HKong Q FHK 2.82e 7.3 46.25 36.40 1 38.74 11 38.95 38.41 +.63 -8.7 FT SCGr N FYC .04e .1 50.73 36.99 63 50.12 562 50.65 49.56 -.01 +17.9 FT EmMSC Q FEMS 1.65e 4.3 47.47 36.98 79 38.75 372 38.96 37.88 +.58 -10.6 FTDvMkSC Q FDTS .97e 2.3 48.51 37.92 3 41.34 51 42.43 40.73 -.03 -6.9sFT SCVal N FYT .26e .7 39.88 32.07 7 39.20 61 39.88 38.83 -.32 +6.3 FT EurzAlp Q FEUZ .50e 1.2 48.43 39.12 14 42.79 591 43.45 42.13 +.04 -2.5 FT MegaCp N FMK .44e 1.2 36.82 29.85 1 35.70 6 35.73 35.48 +.99 +6.6 FstT BICK Q BICK .34e 1.2 33.60 25.91 9 27.57 54 27.88 26.98 +.36 -8.7 FTEurSelDv N FDD 1.09e 8.1 14.79 12.99 65 13.40 631 13.60 13.29 -.10 -2.4sFTDJMic N FDM .49e 1.0 52.62 41.86 17 51.49 130 52.62 51.37 -.83 +8.5 FT DynEq N FDEU 1.45 9.0 20.20 15.79 52 16.10 341 16.41 16.06 -.03 -13.9 FtTrInOp n Q FCEF .36 1.6 23.93 20.04 4 21.91 12 21.96 21.77 +.08 -.5 FtTrMun n Q MCEF 19.39 17.65 17.85 8 17.91 17.82 -.04 -4.7 FtTEqCom N ERM 23.64 20.17 1 22.70 12 22.71 22.53 +.23 +1.5 FtT EqTact N TERM 23.62 19.41 4 22.73 45 22.76 22.53 +.43 +1.7 FtTrOpp n Q FIXD 1.52 3.1 52.92 48.74 9 49.40 69 49.50 49.23 +.05 -2.7 FTNsdGrid Q GRID .19e .4 53.73 43.39 2 49.80 13 50.50 49.51 +.63 -2.3 FTMltAInc Q MDIV 1.20e 6.5 19.49 17.60 60 18.49 405 18.56 18.41 -.03 -2.7 FT PfdSec N FPE 1.02e 5.3 20.25 18.97 764 19.23 3496 19.23 19.10 +.05 -3.9 FTNsqTDv Q TDIV .86e 2.3 38.44 31.07 139 36.65 545 36.85 36.32 +.27 +4.1 FTLwDOpp Q LMBS 1.41 2.8 52.30 50.98 216 51.21 845 51.25 51.17 -.02 -.8 FTIntlMltA Q YDIV .99e 5.7 19.83 17.04 8 17.38 16 17.64 17.30 -.15 -6.7 FT BuyInc Q FTHI .96 4.2 24.00 21.53 3 23.13 32 23.23 23.00 +.16 -.8 FT StratInc Q FDIV 2.34 4.7 52.20 46.89 3 49.55 23 49.61 49.39 +.09 -3.1 FT HdgBuy Q FTLB .66 2.9 23.65 21.34 16 22.92 36 23.09 22.72 +.23 -.6 FTEnhSht Q FTSM 1.11 1.8 60.09 59.92 420 60.03 1810 60.06 60.01 +.03 +.1 FT RisDiv Q RDVY .40e 1.3 32.00 26.51 180 30.49 799 30.71 30.19 +.35 +2.0 FT SSICv Q FCVT .48a 1.6 32.38 27.52 45 30.32 209 30.46 30.03 +.22 +5.8 FT DWF5 Q FV .18e .6 31.03 24.74 138 30.54 964 30.68 30.18 +.37 +10.8 FT HeitGl N PRME 20.81 17.96 0 20.44 2 20.51 20.24 +.10 +2.5 FT AmIndR Q AIRR .08e .3 28.40 22.38 4 27.48 133 27.79 27.17 +.12 +.3 FT AI Rob n Q ROBT .07p 30.96 28.50 2 30.33 27 30.37 29.84 +.65 +5.5 FT US Eq Q RNDV .35e 1.6 23.04 19.30 0 21.90 11 21.90 21.67 +.21 +1.0sFT SmCap Q RNSC .22e 1.0 23.38 19.03 22.92 4 23.38 22.81 -.20 +6.5 FT MdCap Q RNMC .19e 22.75 19.19 22.22 9 22.45 22.16 +.10 +2.3 FT LgCap Q RNLC .18e 23.11 19.67 22.29 16 22.41 22.12 +.31 +2.3 FT EM Sl n N RNEM 59.26 48.96 0 50.58 9 51.17 49.98 +.75 -7.2 FT DevInt Q RNDM .45e 55.12 48.94 0 50.44 3 50.82 50.04 -.20 -3.3 FTNsTrn ef Q FTXR .33e 1.3 27.65 22.24 24.99 1 24.99 24.99 +.69 -3.6 FT QualInc Q QINC .60e 2.4 26.90 23.66 1 24.97 65 25.07 24.91 -.01 -2.1 FTNsSem ef Q FTXL .14e .4 36.21 24.50 11 33.13 41 33.46 32.64 +.38 +9.4 FsTrNsRt ef Q FTXD .82e 3.5 23.93 18.70 23.32 1 23.32 23.32 +.41 +8.7 FTNasPh ef Q FTXH .51e 2.3 23.57 19.06 22.64 5 22.65 22.18 +.95 +5.8 FTNsOil ef Q FTXN .37e 1.5 25.88 16.85 3 24.54 79 25.78 24.29 -.16 +16.2 FTNaFood ef Q FTXG .32e 1.6 21.28 19.11 20.15 4 20.19 20.15 +.07 -3.0 FTNsBk ef Q FTXO .40e 1.4 32.44 24.57 135 28.54 621 29.63 28.39 -.27 -2.8 FTDorW n Q FVC .17e .6 28.96 22.93 23 28.45 363 28.63 28.04 +.39 +10.8 FT DWInt Q IFV .32e 1.5 24.24 19.40 136 21.07 607 21.26 20.80 +.15 -5.3 FT LgShEq N FTLS .16e .4 41.72 35.71 9 39.71 112 39.79 39.36 +.33 +1.1 FTEMCur Q FEMB 2.68e 7.0 48.17 37.33 4 38.06 55 38.37 37.34 +.04 -9.7 FT MunHI n Q FMHI 1.68 3.3 53.47 49.45 4 50.51 18 50.54 50.30 +.19 +.1 FT RivAsia Q RFAP 1.14e 2.0 64.93 55.60 2 56.88 20 57.07 56.16 +.56 -6.1 FT RivDev Q RFDI 1.09e 1.8 68.99 59.88 20 62.00 135 62.47 61.23 +.37 -3.2 FT RvfrDyE Q RFEM 1.12e 1.7 79.04 62.05 15 66.57 67 66.92 65.36 +.82 -5.5 FT RivEur Q RFEU .95e 1.5 70.58 61.19 7 63.74 36 64.42 62.98 +.33 -2.5 FT PfInc n N FPEI 21.03 18.88 60 19.18 166 19.19 19.00 +.12 -4.8 FT CA Mun Q FCAL 1.50 3.0 53.00 48.91 21 50.37 29 50.60 50.13 -.04 -2.3 FT VolIn n N HDMV 36.34 32.51 4 33.34 35 33.71 33.08 -.05 -2.9 FT VolD n N HUSV 23.72 21.53 25 23.19 270 23.22 23.00 +.21 +.9 FTEgyInco A FEN 2.32 10.2 28.00 21.34 76 22.85 284 23.10 22.62 -.12 -13.8 FTEnInfra N FIF 1.32a 8.0 19.23 14.57 33 16.41 228 16.44 16.14 +.18 -7.9 FtTrEnEq N FFA .96 6.0 16.73 14.00 37 15.99 166 16.04 15.75 +.31 -1.2 FTCapStrn Q FTCS .59e 1.1 54.95 45.42 79 52.48 578 52.50 51.72 +1.04 +2.9sFTArcaBio N FBT 150.73 111.23 73 150.77 301 151.28 146.87 +3.11 +21.0sFTDJInet N FDN 146.07 94.95 588 145.08 3185 146.19 141.50 +2.87 +32.0 FTN100ExT Q QQXT .14e .3 52.82 45.13 2 52.24 27 52.24 51.32 +.94 +7.5 FsTrGrEn Q QCLN .08e .4 21.73 17.77 9 20.10 52 20.31 19.91 +.09 -1.0sFTrTUSAlp Q TUSA .24e .7 35.46 29.30 1 35.07 7 35.46 34.84 +.81 +6.0 FT RNG N FCG .22e .9 24.67 18.65 95 23.61 941 24.44 23.25 +.04 +3.6 FstTrDrcy ef Q DWPP .27e .9 30.68 25.63 1 29.63 10 29.68 29.43 +.30 +3.0 FT ConDis N FXD .30e .7 45.57 35.88 55 43.20 764 43.42 42.83 +.16 +2.6 FT ConStap N FXG .75e 1.6 51.57 44.32 98 47.65 482 48.07 47.47 -.26 -2.1sFT Engy N FXN .33e 1.9 17.75 12.25 263 17.06 1291 17.75 16.81 -.09 +10.2 FT Fincl N FXO .65e 2.0 32.92 28.10 115 31.76 1294 32.22 31.70 +.01 +1.4sFT HlthCr N FXH 77.45 63.96 36 77.41 460 77.55 76.18 +1.33 +10.9 FT IndPrd N FXR .16e .4 42.74 34.52 158 40.10 539 40.37 39.53 +.55 -1.2 FT Matls N FXZ .37e .9 46.43 37.58 529 42.43 719 43.08 42.18 +.23 -3.2 FT Tech N FXL .13e .2 59.90 43.87 344 59.19 763 59.46 57.72 +1.20 +15.3 FT Utils N FXU .67e 2.5 28.28 23.46 75 26.48 690 26.87 26.26 -.40 +1.8sFTCloudC Q SKYY .13e .2 56.39 39.40 225 56.10 1208 56.44 54.65 +1.42 +22.3 FTDJGlDiv N FGD 1.42e 5.7 28.07 24.45 63 25.11 326 25.42 24.93 -.11 -4.7 FTNdqAuto Q CARZ .88e 2.4 45.00 36.65 1 37.09 20 37.68 36.83 -.21 -12.1 FT GblAg rs Q FTAG .38e 1.5 29.98 25.12 0 26.18 7 26.68 26.04 +.11 -7.0 FT GblNRs Q FTRI .45e 3.6 13.25 10.96 0 12.64 5 12.81 12.55 -.01 +2.1 FT Cybersc Q CIBR .03e .1 27.84 20.59 150 27.60 568 27.82 26.79 +.61 +19.3 FTIntlIPO Q FPXI .28e .8 39.87 31.66 1 35.43 19 35.49 34.82 +.81 +.1 FT GlbRE N FFR .75e 1.6 47.43 41.42 3 45.67 20 45.85 45.47 -.21 +.4 FT NAEngy N EMLP .93e 4.0 25.51 21.43 260 23.44 1430 23.60 23.23 -.13 -4.6 FTSenLoan Q FTSL 1.83 3.8 48.67 47.69 1025 48.00 2791 48.00 47.90 +.13 -.1 FTTactHY Q HYLS 2.64 5.6 49.76 47.05 168 47.56 547 47.59 47.27 +.24 -2.1 FT GlbCmd Q FTGC .26e 21.88 19.19 705 19.96 1458 20.59 19.86 -.48 -3.6tFT HiLgSh N FSD 1.20 8.3 17.22 14.35 66 14.52 666 14.57 14.35 -.03 -11.6 FT USIPO N FPX .32e .4 74.54 59.17 106 73.97 400 74.19 73.12 +.49 +8.4 FTChnd N FNI .19e .5 43.90 35.37 15 38.78 118 39.32 38.49 +.17 -2.1 FT Dow30 n N EDOW 23.50 19.61 1 22.29 18 22.33 21.90 +.42 +.7 FT EngCn N FLM .58e 1.0 63.91 52.97 1 55.65 9 56.16 55.48 +.27 -6.5 FT Wtr N FIW .21e .4 50.09 41.72 9 48.94 60 49.35 48.40 -.14 +.5 FT IntPfd N FPF 1.95 9.0 25.10 21.40 151 21.59 788 21.70 21.53 -11.4 FT LCCore N FEX .58e 1.0 62.82 52.42 87 60.71 373 60.92 60.19 +.60 +3.7 FT LCGr N FTC .24e .4 69.06 54.43 83 67.99 229 68.28 67.13 +1.02 +11.1 FT LCVal N FTA .82e 1.5 57.69 49.07 91 53.10 631 53.62 52.89 +.10 -2.8 FT MLP&E N FEI 1.42 10.9 16.50 11.68 121 13.05 590 13.10 12.86 +.14 -16.0 FT MgdMu Q FMB 1.35 2.5 54.43 52.06 20 52.98 157 52.99 52.75 +.17 -1.0 FT MCCore N FNX .51e .7 71.16 57.71 91 70.09 246 70.84 69.72 +.12 +6.6 FTMstrDv N FDL .79e 2.7 31.14 27.37 366 29.05 1047 29.23 28.90 +.05 -3.5 FTFutStrt N FMF 51.53 37.80 2 48.39 18 48.43 48.01 +.23 +1.6 FstTrMtg N FMY 1.02 7.6 14.48 13.24 5 13.45 59 13.53 13.28 +.20 -5.5 FT MultCG N FAD .20e .3 75.06 57.62 5 74.29 29 74.48 73.17 +.85 +13.2 FT MultCV N FAB .45e .8 59.34 50.58 2 56.75 47 57.45 56.62 -.11 -.4 FTNDXEq Q QQEW .27e .4 63.55 52.68 16 63.20 183 63.26 62.06 +1.14 +9.1 FT NsdABA Q QABA .75e 1.4 58.63 45.86 63 54.63 300 57.07 54.62 -1.27 +4.2 FTSmartph Q FONE .86e 1.7 55.89 47.30 0 49.47 156 49.47 48.79 +.91 -5.2 FT MLPEn N FPL 1.26 12.1 13.49 9.57 94 10.41 335 10.43 10.26 +.06 -12.3 FT REIT N FRI .39e 1.7 24.11 20.20 169 23.57 583 23.80 23.50 -.19 +1.2sFT SCCore N FYX .38e .6 68.71 53.07 106 67.61 506 68.71 67.11 -.43 +10.5 FTSpecFin N FGB .70 11.4 7.57 5.65 45 6.13 156 6.18 6.05 -.2 FTrVL100 N FVL .05e .2 25.04 20.82 2 23.60 12 23.81 23.44 +.19 +.9 FTrVLDv N FVD .57e 1.8 31.85 28.82 392 30.94 1714 30.98 30.72 +.20 +.3 FT EmOp N FEO 1.40 10.1 17.42 13.42 12 13.85 120 13.93 13.68 +.12 -15.2 FstUSBcsh Q FUSB .08 .7 35 14.38 10.52 5 11.40 22 11.60 11.25 -.03 -10.9 FstUtdCp Q FUNC .36 1.9 18 24.32 14.55 6 19.10 58 19.69 19.02 -.16 +9.8 First LI s Q FLIC .60 2.4 10 33.50 23.30 29 24.75 168 25.70 24.65 -.45 -13.2 FTrSenFlt N FCT .72 5.7 13.53 12.41 66 12.72 381 12.84 12.67 -.01 -.9 FirstEngy N FE 1.44 4.0 7 37.00 29.12 2203 35.84 22410 36.80 34.97 -.93 +17.0 FsthdTech Q SVVC 15.59 7.29 31 14.73 169 15.05 14.56 -.18 +64.4sFstSvc n Q FSV .54 .7 42 80.79 62.90 20 78.82 283 80.79 77.46 +1.26 +12.7sFiserv s Q FISV 37 77.57 59.85 1104 77.45 6706 77.73 75.50 +1.96 +18.1 Fitbit n N FIT 7.79 4.51 2949 6.65 18258 7.12 6.54 -.21 +16.5 FiveBelow Q FIVE 103.99 44.30 688 101.36 3714 103.00 97.62 +2.46 +52.8 500.com N WBAI 62 23.22 9.05 106 14.17 265 15.57 13.90 -.98 +40.2 FvPntHld n N FPH 15.45 10.25 121 12.29 807 12.32 11.66 +.61 -12.8 FivePrime Q FPRX 48.87 15.32 131 17.26 1115 17.63 16.43 +.23 -21.3 FiveStar Q FVE 1.80 1.05 53 1.40 163 1.45 1.30 -.05 -6.7 Five9 Q FIVN 39.55 19.53 357 35.09 1494 36.23 34.00 -.63 +41.0 FlagstarB N FBC 27 40.06 29.61 379 33.05 2107 35.75 32.73 -1.71 -11.7 F&C DynPf N DFP 1.92 8.0 28.36 22.78 39 23.99 265 24.18 23.83 -.07 -10.0 FlrtyPfdInc N PFD 1.08 8.0 16.34 13.19 16 13.52 115 13.74 13.50 -.18 -9.7 FlrtyPfdOp N PFO .88 8.0 13.00 10.60 19 10.92 114 10.95 10.81 +.08 -7.5 FlrtyPfdSc N FFC 1.63 8.5 22.44 18.28 92 19.10 467 19.37 19.00 -.17 -6.6 FlrtyTotR N FLC 1.63 8.5 22.51 19.07 21 19.25 115 19.45 19.22 -.05 -10.9 Flanign A BDL .25f .9 16 30.30 20.20 1 28.23 6 28.50 27.70 -.02 +19.6 Fleetcor N FLT 27 222.92 138.43 648 220.23 3269 221.41 216.57 +3.44 +14.4 Flex Ltd Q FLEX 15 19.71 12.93 4276 14.81 22909 14.92 14.27 +.49 -17.7 FlexPhm n Q FLKS 8.98 .82 265 .86 1017 .94 .84 -.08 -75.5 FlexUSTilt N TILT 1.74e 1.5 118.93 100.11 8 116.51 42 117.11 115.79 +.91 +4.1 FlxEmgTilt N TLTE 1.26e 2.3 65.59 52.56 57 53.84 154 54.24 53.07 +.37 -9.9 FlxUpstNR N GUNR .67e 2.0 35.54 28.30 176 33.69 927 34.43 33.46 -.23 +1.2 Flx3yrTips N TDTT .39e 1.6 24.71 24.06 347 24.22 695 24.24 24.17 -.03 -.5 Flx5yrTips N TDTF .54e 2.2 25.46 24.27 297 24.67 725 24.68 24.59 -.02 -1.1 FlxCoreSl n N BNDC 28.51 23.99 43 24.28 53 24.28 24.10 +.04 -3.1 FlxGlbImp Q ESGG 101.95 85.57 0 96.74 8 96.76 95.48 +1.38 +1.9 FlxUS Imp Q ESG 70.00 57.55 65.39 2 65.54 65.39 +.37 +2.8 FlexEMTilt N TLEH 33.14 28.37 1 29.00 6 29.01 28.64 +.54 -6.0 FlxDMTilt N TLDH 30.34 27.01 8 28.14 13 28.33 27.97 +.21 -3.5 FlxRAstAlo Q ASET 29.37 26.74 1 28.12 10 28.28 27.95 -.15 -2.2 FlxUSQLgC Q QLC 35.78 29.39 4 34.70 22 34.78 34.36 +.51 +4.1 FlxUSLgCp Q LKOR .41e 55.13 49.28 9 50.83 12 50.84 50.10 +.73 -7.2 FlxUSCpBd Q SKOR 1.24 2.5 51.61 48.59 17 49.11 19 49.11 48.86 +.24 -3.5 FlxDisDur Q MBSD .62e 2.7 24.42 22.98 49 23.20 56 23.20 23.03 +.11 -1.6 FlxGlbQRE N GQRE 1.33e 2.1 64.31 57.24 11 62.76 131 63.42 62.58 -.55 FlxGblInfr N NFRA .95e 2.0 49.99 44.91 33 46.59 76 46.84 46.26 -.18 -4.4 FlxDevTilt N TLTD 1.88e 2.9 73.71 62.62 17 65.14 99 65.78 64.52 +.09 -5.9 FlxIntDvDf N IQDE 1.15e 5.0 27.04 22.79 11 23.17 85 23.58 23.05 -.18 -9.2 FlxIntDvDy N IQDY 1.02e 3.9 30.65 25.73 3 26.16 48 26.60 26.05 -.17 -8.5 FlxIntlDiv N IQDF 1.01e 4.1 28.63 23.98 60 24.38 356 24.76 24.22 -.15 -9.0 FlxQDvDef N QDEF 1.19e 2.6 46.52 40.00 6 45.45 29 45.53 45.21 +.28 +3.0 FlxQDvDyn N QDYN 1.22e 2.8 47.20 39.37 44.13 13 44.36 44.05 +.29 -.2 FlxQualDv N QDF 1.22e 2.6 47.95 40.47 29 46.22 187 46.32 45.86 +.41 +2.6 FlxRdyAcc N RAVI 1.23 1.6 75.97 67.87 7 75.36 92 75.39 75.30 -.06 -.1 FlexSh n Q FPAY 6.56 2.62 15 3.49 64 3.68 3.20 +.09 -8.1 FlexSolu A FSI 2.10 1.33 0 1.63 15 1.63 1.60 +.01 -10.7 FlexionTh Q FLXN 32.25 19.06 277 26.99 1846 27.73 25.45 +.86 +7.8 Flexstl Q FLXS .88 2.3 57.79 34.74 6 38.22 90 40.00 37.87 -1.74 -18.3 Flor&Dec n N FND 51 58.28 32.72 591 48.52 4611 52.38 47.54 -2.52 -.3 Flotek N FTK 9.53 2.90 385 3.01 2416 3.27 2.95 -.17 -35.4 FlowrsFds N FLO .72f 3.4 22 22.82 16.80 1452 20.65 5348 21.02 20.36 -.67 +6.9 Flowserve N FLS .76 1.8 48.10 37.51 617 42.07 3448 42.25 40.74 +1.48 -.1 Fluent Inc Q FLNT 6.95 2.05 185 2.43 1922 2.55 2.30 -.08 -44.9 Fluidigm Q FLDM 8.38 2.52 116 6.55 703 6.70 5.95 +.51 +11.2 Fluor N FLR .84 1.7 36 62.09 37.04 1147 49.45 4516 50.25 48.44 +.40 -4.3 FlushFn Q FFIC .80 3.1 19 31.45 24.59 39 26.04 169 27.32 25.95 -.88 -5.3 FlyLeasing N FLY 1.00 7.2 12 14.97 11.54 99 13.98 305 14.27 13.68 +.01 +8.3 Foamix Q FOMX 7.45 4.34 168 5.80 1009 5.90 5.09 +.67 -3.5 FEMSA N FMX .74e .8 103.82 80.86 383 95.52 2523 96.21 92.56 -.20 +1.7 Fonar Q FONR 11 33.90 21.10 10 28.30 96 28.80 27.70 +.75 +16.2 FootLockr N FL 1.38 2.6 21 59.40 28.42 2619 52.67 12167 53.61 51.26 +.37 +12.4 FordM N F .60a 5.5 6 13.48 10.14 36551 10.98 143614 11.26 10.91 -.08 -12.1 ForeScTc n Q FSCT 37.81 21.56 391 36.27 3134 36.61 34.40 +.27 +13.7 ForshtAut n Q FRSX 10.00 2.44 14 3.35 380 3.45 3.02 +.11 -16.9 ForestCA N FCE/A .72 3.1 18 26.30 19.24 669 23.01 5731 23.25 22.80 -.24 -4.5 Forestar N FOR 14 26.39 15.35 22 21.80 236 22.00 21.05 -.05 -.9 FormFac Q FORM 36 18.65 11.10 388 13.55 5397 14.85 13.15 -.85 -13.4 FormulaSy Q FORTY .68e 1.9 45.65 32.55 2 36.31 2 36.88 36.31 +1.07 -10.5 ForrestR Q FORR .80 1.8 56 47.75 36.95 30 43.75 173 44.90 43.35 -.10 -1.0 ForsightEn N FELP .13 4.88 3.28 11 3.83 37 3.99 3.78 +.01 -12.4 Forterra n Q FRTA 50 12.30 3.02 202 8.46 1539 9.92 8.38 -1.36 -23.8sFortinet Q FTNT 67.45 35.44 976 66.56 4696 67.45 64.41 +1.59 +52.3 Fortis n N FTS 1.70 5.3 38.24 30.88 184 32.34 1495 32.62 31.78 -.15 -11.8 Fortive n N FTV .28 .4 81.51 62.05 1006 77.22 6931 78.10 76.13 +6.7 FortressBio Q FBIO 5.54 2.79 44 3.02 207 3.14 2.96 -.11 -24.3 FortB pfA Q FBIOP 2.34 10.9 24.80 20.01 2 21.45 12 21.95 21.06 +.25 -5.7 FortTrInf n N FTAI 1.32 7.0 20.13 15.45 163 18.92 1067 19.00 18.25 +.34 -5.1 FortunaSlv N FSM 23 6.08 4.03 482 5.53 3597 5.94 5.40 -.33 +5.9 FBHmSec N FBHS .80 1.4 19 73.62 52.63 936 55.18 6200 55.43 54.20 +.63 -19.4tFortySev n Q FTSV 16.49 14.09 189 15.40 942 15.94 14.09 -.20 +2.3 ForumEn N FET 17.95 10.05 1341 12.65 4008 13.40 11.65 +.15 -18.6 ForwrdA Q FWRD .60 1.0 27 64.80 49.88 139 60.17 656 61.03 57.81 +.28 +4.8 Forward h Q FORD 30 4.45 1.02 24 1.77 1323 1.87 1.74 +.05 +43.9 ForwdPh Q FWP 23.12e 9.70 1.63 2 2.76 74 2.89 2.67 -.06 -25.0 Fossil Grp Q FOSL 32.17 5.50 1377 25.51 9110 30.20 24.75 -3.09 +228.3 Foster Q FSTR .16 .7 30.30 17.00 15 22.75 161 24.50 22.10 -1.15 -16.2 FoundBld n N FBM 16.40 11.03 31 15.08 280 16.00 15.00 -.77 +2.0 FndtnMed Q FMI 137.20 31.70 302 136.70 2473 136.70 136.60 +.05 +100.4 FourCorP s N FCPT 1.10 4.4 19 26.96 21.28 164 24.88 1454 25.58 24.73 -.61 -3.2tFourSeEd n N FEDU 3.32 66.4 8 10.45 4.65 3 5.00 70 5.09 4.65 -.15 -44.4sFoxFactory Q FOXF 38 53.35 33.20 97 52.20 1262 53.35 51.50 -.70 +34.4 Francesca Q FRAN 38 10.96 4.51 675 7.61 4925 8.39 7.13 -.64 +4.1 FrancoN g N FNV .96f 1.3 70 86.06 66.19 235 73.20 2190 75.71 72.47 -1.81 -8.4 FrankCov N FC 31.20 17.35 10 25.55 121 27.25 25.45 -.80 +23.1 FrankElec Q FELE .48f 1.0 28 48.80 37.60 117 46.55 479 47.60 45.85 +.30 +1.4 FrankFn n N FSB .40p 18 41.45 30.30 133 36.25 746 38.85 36.20 -2.20 +6.3 FrankLibInt N FLQH 28.16 23.58 1 25.21 3 25.31 25.03 +.26 -.5 FrankLibEm N FLQE 35.59 29.55 5 30.44 54 30.68 30.09 +.24 -7.9 FrankLibGl N FLQD 30.47 26.92 3 27.95 6 27.99 27.62 +.14 -3.9 FrankLbGlE N FLQG 32.51 27.78 30.42 0 30.42 30.28 +.61 -.5 FrnL LoV n N FLLV 32.50 28.32 1 31.72 8 31.72 31.32 +.52 +4.7 FrnkLInvGr N FLCO 24.89 23.48 0 23.77 201 23.78 23.71 +.09 -4.1 FrnL IntO n N FLIO 31.52 26.84 28.47 1 28.47 28.44 +.34 -3.2 FrkL US Eq N FLQL 30.33 25.65 8 30.07 41 30.09 29.74 +.84 +4.0 FrankL Mun N FLMB 25.38 24.31 24.43 0 24.48 24.43 +.09 -2.6sFrkL US Sm N FLQS 29.54 24.17 1 29.66 1 29.74 29.66 +.12 +13.2 FrkL USMid N FLQM 29.28 24.87 29.05 0 29.09 28.99 +.46 +3.8 FrankRes N BEN .92 2.8 11 47.65 31.28 2598 32.33 17692 32.62 31.82 +.55 -25.4 FrkStPrp A FSP .36f 4.1 11 11.09 7.08 187 8.85 1368 9.11 8.77 -.26 -17.6 FrkLtdDur A FTF .74 6.7 12.13 10.85 68 11.07 322 11.11 11.00 +.04 -6.4 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 8 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 58

FrkUnv N FT .47 7.1 7.36 6.55 54 6.70 193 6.74 6.68 -.03 -6.6 FranksIntl N FI .30 3.6 9.15 4.93 722 8.43 3931 8.45 7.70 +.73 +26.8 FredsInc Q FRED .24 10.9 7.63 1.30 665 2.20 3610 2.31 2.13 -.07 -45.7 FrptMcM N FCX .20 1.2 11 20.25 11.78 26061 16.80 105668 18.14 16.46 -.66 -11.4 FrghtCar lf Q RAIL .36 2.1 20.46 12.53 27 16.89 197 17.02 16.59 +.07 -1.1 FreqElec Q FEIM 10.59 7.51 14 8.10 55 8.38 7.85 +.14 -13.5 FresenMd N FMS .51e 1.0 57.94 44.88 55 49.33 428 49.37 48.04 -.09 -6.1 FDelMnt N FDP .60 1.4 19 52.64 43.02 57 44.11 388 45.25 44.06 -.90 -7.5 Freshpet Q FRPT 30.20 14.10 159 29.10 1051 29.15 27.35 +.50 +53.6 FriedmInd A FRD .12f 1.3 10.22 5.15 28 9.20 373 9.35 8.77 +.49 +62.0 Fronteo Q FTEO 23.31 10.68 17.82 0 +42.4 Frontr rs Q FTR 2.40 47.4 18.21 4.90 2200 5.06 12271 5.67 5.05 -.45 -25.1 Frontlne rs N FRO .60e 6.50 3.79 310 5.26 2333 5.93 5.25 -.26 +14.6 FuelTech Q FTEK 1.83 .71 8 1.00 212 1.05 .97 +.02 -10.7 FuelCell rs Q FCEL 2.49 1.26 422 1.33 4294 1.44 1.30 -.07 -21.8 FulgentG n Q FLGT 7.04 2.73 17 4.52 39 4.98 4.05 +.29 +3.2 FulingGbl n Q FORK 6.00 2.65 55 3.55 229 3.70 3.15 +.10 -10.1 FullHseR Q FLL 4.10 2.37 95 3.28 258 3.41 3.12 -.07 -15.7 FullerHB N FUL .62f 1.1 24 58.74 46.62 210 55.81 1605 56.39 54.94 +.41 +3.6tFultonFncl Q FULT .48 2.9 16 19.55 15.05 771 16.50 6047 17.25 15.05 -.15 -7.8sFunko n Q FNKO 85 15.45 5.81 1233 16.11 3109 17.18 13.30 +1.24 +142.3 FusionCon Q FSNN 4.42 1.11 3.30 -12.0 FutFintch lf Q FTFT 8.00 1.30 35 2.20 225 2.20 1.90 +.14 -47.2 FutureFuel N FF .24a 1.7 17 16.22 11.32 28 13.77 211 14.49 13.62 -.66 -2.3 FuweiF rs Q FFHL 4.93 2.39 299 3.33 327 4.65 2.91 +.42 +13.4G -:GWilliFood Q WILC 22 7.59 5.11 7 6.92 12 7.19 6.76 +.12 -3.8 G1Thera n Q GTHX 52.76 12.04 427 43.15 1271 47.45 41.32 -2.79 +117.5 GAMCO s N GBL .10f .4 32.60 23.97 19 26.95 60 28.31 26.49 -.47 -9.1sGATX N GATX 1.76f 2.3 14 77.36 56.00 232 76.86 1276 77.36 73.62 +1.54 +23.6 GATX 66 N GMTA 27.00 22.81 8 25.41 45 25.80 25.34 -.17 -3.3 GCI Lb A n Q GLIBA 55.47 41.33 370 47.78 1843 47.98 47.05 +.72 -12.7 GCI Lb pfA Q GLIBP .13e 24.67 18.40 48 24.15 143 24.52 23.70 -.10 +6.2 GCP ApT n N GCP 26 34.79 27.25 542 28.65 1604 29.48 28.50 -.30 -10.2 GDL Fund N GDL .64 6.9 10.32 9.05 33 9.26 77 9.35 9.14 +.08 -4.8sGDS Hld n Q GDS .46p 46.18 8.24 666 43.75 4368 46.18 41.71 +2.06 +94.2 GGP Inc N GGP .88 4.2 31 24.23 18.83 8593 20.90 56963 21.06 20.68 +.28 -10.6 GGP Inc pfA N GGPpA 1.59 6.5 25.72 23.55 14 24.36 102 24.41 24.07 +.26 -3.5 GMAC CpT N ALLYpA 2.03 7.7 26.90 25.46 74 26.22 548 26.56 26.11 -.06 +1.0 GMS Inc n N GMS 15 39.98 23.50 613 25.59 2534 26.67 25.01 -.80 -32.0 GNC N GNC .80 23.4 3 10.95 2.90 864 3.42 5449 3.56 3.31 +.07 -7.3 GP Strat N GPX 25 31.25 17.45 38 19.00 182 19.15 17.75 +.50 -18.1 GSE Sy Q GVP 13 3.65 2.35 5 3.10 38 3.20 3.05 -4.6 GSI Tech Q GSIT 8.94 6.05 12 7.26 81 7.55 7.12 -.13 -8.8 GSV Cap Q GSVC 6 9.39 3.83 39 6.98 315 7.12 6.90 -.01 +28.1 GTT Comm N GTT 62.32 28.30 392 46.40 1789 47.05 44.05 +1.15 -1.2 GTY TchHl Q GTYH 10.15 9.75 13 10.15 41 10.15 10.09 +.04 +2.2 GTY Tc un Q GTYHU 11.00 10.14 10.65 1 10.65 10.65 +.03 +3.3 G-III s Q GIII 27 51.20 21.65 457 44.61 2964 44.80 42.15 +1.41 +20.9 GTx Inc rs Q GTXI 23.40 5.10 50 14.92 487 15.62 14.49 -.53 +17.4 GW Pharm Q GWPH 164.76 96.42 348 151.77 2211 152.39 137.44 +10.51 +15.0 GWG Hldgs Q GWGH 10.95 7.10 3 7.95 24 7.95 7.20 +.30 -4.4 GabCvInc N GCV .48 7.6 6.68 4.91 44 6.30 156 6.48 6.26 -.06 +6.8 GabCv pfB N GCVpB 1.50 5.8 27.14 25.49 1 25.91 2 25.91 25.73 +.05 -2.2 GabDvInc N GDV 1.32 5.7 24.97 21.10 81 23.36 569 23.36 22.98 +.38 -.2 GabDiv pfA N GDVpA 1.47 5.7 27.49 25.26 1 25.68 12 25.73 25.51 +.15 -1.8 GabDiv pfD N GDVpD 1.50 5.8 27.40 25.36 0 25.67 6 25.67 25.48 +.14 -2.5 GabDiv pfG N GDVpG 1.31 5.2 26.17 24.10 2 25.09 21 25.21 25.09 -.01 -1.0 GabelliET N GAB .60 9.5 6.65 5.87 579 6.31 2245 6.38 6.28 +.01 +1.9 GabllE pfD N GABpD 1.47 5.7 26.75 25.27 25.60 6 25.72 25.50 -.03 -1.9 GabllE pfG N GABpG 1.25 5.1 25.25 23.45 0 24.45 9 24.45 24.05 +.22 -1.0 Gabeli pfJ N GABpJ 26.72 24.42 1 25.48 8 25.50 25.27 +.01 -.2 GabEq pfH N GABpH 1.25 5.1 25.34 22.50 7 24.66 16 24.83 24.53 -.04 -1.9 GabGSmM N GGZ 13.61 11.73 3 12.22 61 12.30 12.13 +.04 -4.1 GabGSm pfA N GGZpA 1.36 5.3 27.63 24.16 25.46 4 25.46 25.34 +.20 -.1 GabGUtil A GLU 1.20 6.3 21.96 18.00 10 18.92 50 19.50 18.85 -.27 -11.2 GabGoAn n A GGO 24.74 16.18 19.67 10 20.96 18.94 -.13 +9.0 GabGo pfA A GGOpA 45.00 42.00 43.68 0 43.68 42.00 -.32 +1.6 GabHlthW N GRX .52 5.0 10.95 9.12 36 10.41 302 10.41 10.24 +.12 +.9 GabHlt pfA N GRXpA 1.44 5.7 26.91 25.02 25.48 3 25.64 25.37 +.00 -1.3 GabHlt pfB N GRXpB 1.47 5.7 27.38 25.49 0 25.85 2 25.86 25.80 -.12 -1.8 GabMultT N GGT .88e 9.7 10.09 8.42 70 9.09 468 9.17 8.98 +.08 -1.2 GabMT pfB N GGTpB 1.50 5.9 27.18 25.26 1 25.57 1 25.57 25.57 -.12 -2.7 GabMul pfE N GGTpE 25.30 22.97 5 24.50 19 24.50 23.91 +.54 -2.4 GabMedM n Q MOGLC 100.10 99.90 99.96 0 99.96 99.96 -.1 GabUtil N GUT .60 10.1 7.20 5.68 141 5.97 1011 6.03 5.90 -.05 -15.9 GabUt pfA N GUTpA 1.41 5.5 26.50 24.89 25.81 5 25.84 25.57 +.24 +.8 GabUtil pfC N GUTpC 26.19 24.54 1 25.35 17 25.80 25.30 -.04 -.4 Gafisa rs N GFA 12.99 5.12 6 5.49 127 5.74 5.24 -.09 -56.5 Gaiam A Q GAIA 22.75 10.35 35 20.40 322 20.70 19.70 +.05 +64.5 Gain Cap N GCAP .24 3.2 12 13.26 5.77 301 7.57 1961 8.02 7.51 -.34 -24.3 Galapag n Q GLPG 121.09 72.90 43 100.14 327 100.90 95.36 +4.30 +6.8 GalectinTh Q GALT 9.49 1.28 364 6.55 2221 7.07 6.22 -.19 +96.1 Gallaghr N AJG 1.64 2.4 26 72.77 56.20 564 68.86 4085 68.93 66.91 +2.05 +8.8 GalmedPh Q GLMD 17 27.06 3.61 5384 15.24 10362 15.67 10.51 +3.85 +66.6 GamGldNR A GGN .84 16.5 5.77 4.80 462 5.10 2091 5.20 5.10 -.03 -2.1 GamGld pfB A GGNpB 1.25 5.4 25.30 22.50 1 23.25 18 23.36 23.04 +.20 -6.3 GamNRG&I N GNT .84 13.4 7.23 6.00 175 6.25 421 6.34 6.17 -.05 -6.9 GamNR pfA N GNTpA 1.30 5.4 26.27 22.77 5 23.94 12 23.98 23.63 +.37 -4.3 GameStop N GME 1.52 9.9 22.37 12.20 2332 15.28 13624 15.63 14.46 +.13 -14.9 Gam&Lsr n Q GLPI 2.52 7.0 20 39.32 32.51 739 36.16 6518 36.34 35.75 +.12 -2.3 GamngPtrs Q GPIC .12e 12.24 8.02 9 8.51 41 8.68 8.03 +.31 -24.3 Gannett n N GCI .64 6.2 12.38 7.94 782 10.26 6152 10.39 9.90 -.02 -11.5 Gap N GPS .97 3.3 14 35.68 21.02 4669 29.40 25626 31.70 29.26 -1.62 -13.1 GardDnv n N GDI 38.00 20.55 1225 28.18 8422 29.68 27.46 -.18 -16.9 Garmin Q GRMN 2.12f 3.4 20 65.96 49.80 693 63.23 5311 63.82 61.23 +1.88 +6.1 GarrisnCap Q GARS 1.12 13.8 8 8.95 7.77 19 8.12 112 8.24 8.09 -.07 +.1 Gartner N IT 43 142.16 111.57 285 139.96 2133 142.10 138.18 +2.00 +13.7 GasLogPt N GLOP 2.09f 9.0 11 25.55 21.85 108 23.35 466 24.10 23.25 -.55 -5.7 GasLPt pfA N GLOPpA 27.24 25.30 28 26.18 72 26.52 26.15 -.11 +.3 GasLog N GLOG .56 3.1 36 22.55 15.55 130 17.80 1008 19.35 17.75 -1.30 -20.0 GasLog pfA N GLOGpA 2.19 8.3 27.63 25.52 13 26.34 38 26.52 26.18 -.11 -1.0 GastarExp A GST 1.39 .38 826 .52 5735 .57 .52 -.03 -50.4 Gastar pfA A GSTpA 2.16 17.1 19.10 6.40 3 12.64 16 13.40 12.50 -.80 -29.5 Gastar pfB A GSTpB 2.69 19.2 22.50 8.46 11 14.00 46 14.80 13.61 -.89 -25.8 GatesInd n N GTES 29 18.72 14.60 345 15.78 2297 16.27 15.73 -.22 -12.7tGazitGlobe N GZT .37e 4.1 11.00 9.00 5 9.00 47 9.42 9.00 -.18 -14.5 GeeGroup A JOB 5.58 2.00 6 3.05 254 3.25 2.66 +.63 +9.5 Gemphire n Q GEMP 21.59 4.75 329 8.01 1136 8.42 7.31 -.08 +.8 GencoSh rs N GNK 20.07 8.83 279 15.08 1280 16.09 14.80 -.39 +13.2 Gencor s Q GENC 41 18.45 14.85 7 16.10 47 16.55 15.80 -.10 -2.7sGenerac N GNRC 19 54.19 35.51 188 53.01 1625 54.19 52.46 -.21 +7.0 GAInv N GAM 1.15e 1.0 36.59 32.20 22 35.25 212 35.31 34.73 +.65 +2.5 GAInv pfB N GAMpB 1.49 5.7 27.09 25.55 0 26.00 61 26.00 25.81 +.12 -2.2 GenDynam N GD 3.72 1.9 20 230.00 184.21 1838 192.74 7644 195.07 188.70 +3.90 -5.3 GenElec N GE .48 3.5 27.05 12.61 48469 13.89 261653 14.29 13.88 +.04 -20.5sGenFin Q GFN 14.15 4.55 142 13.70 656 14.15 13.50 -.05 +101.5 GenFin pfC Q GFNCP 8.90m 8.6 104.67 93.03 1 103.14 2 103.18 102.74 +.19 +2.7 GenFin 21 Q GFNSL 2.03 7.9 26.50 24.08 2 25.68 13 26.16 25.62 +.19 +1.7 GenMills N GIS 1.96 4.4 10 60.69 41.01 2922 44.91 21598 45.16 43.80 +.36 -24.3 GenMoly A GMO .51 .28 18 .43 629 .44 .41 +.02 +31.6 GenMotors N GM 1.52 3.9 46.76 34.50 5144 39.36 46689 40.31 38.93 +.20 -4.0 Gensco N GCO 45.90 20.90 229 39.40 1664 41.60 37.00 -1.65 +21.2sGenesWyo N GWR 28 85.10 64.31 278 83.46 1715 85.10 82.26 +.18 +6.0 GenesisEn N GEL 2.88f 12.6 56 31.79 18.42 385 22.91 2142 23.33 22.30 +.54 +2.5 GenesisHlt N GEN .24 15.9 2.86 .60 1208 1.51 10623 2.43 1.44 -.87 +97.9 GeneticT rs Q GENE 2.05 .70 35 1.09 198 1.10 1.03 +.04 -6.0 GenieEn n N GNE .30 5.0 7.17 3.82 65 5.99 803 6.36 5.77 +.09 +37.4 GenieE pfA N GNEpA .64 8.3 7.94 6.85 13 7.66 36 7.73 7.46 +.08 +4.3 GeniusBr n Q GNUS 4.37 2.01 10 2.39 73 2.49 2.30 -.04 -12.1 GenMark Q GNMK 12.55 3.63 133 7.06 832 7.39 6.80 +.26 +69.3 GenoceaB Q GNCA 6.78 .79 268 .81 1451 .87 .81 -.02 -30.1sGenomic Q GHDX 54.13 26.54 129 52.96 1320 54.13 48.96 +2.78 +54.9 Genpact N G .30 19 34.79 27.33 574 29.93 4492 30.14 29.44 +.40 -5.7 Genprex n Q GNPX 19.45 3.84 35 7.74 107 8.09 7.55 +.14 +64.6 Gentex Q GNTX .44f 1.9 16 25.41 16.59 1376 23.23 7754 23.90 22.83 -.03 +10.9 Gentherm Q THRM 45 41.35 29.50 109 40.25 908 41.33 39.20 -.55 +26.8 GenuPrt N GPC 2.88f 3.1 21 107.75 79.86 660 93.25 3439 93.67 91.05 +2.51 -1.9 Genworth N GNW 3 4.92 2.66 1191 4.61 11757 4.75 4.52 +.03 +48.2 GeoGrp s N GEO 1.88 6.9 16 31.03 19.05 833 27.30 4344 27.54 25.83 +.72 +15.7 GeoPark N GPRK 21.88 7.45 204 19.43 1644 20.70 19.25 -.47 +96.1 GaPw 77 n N GPJA 26.14 23.01 12 24.79 155 24.99 24.77 -.14 -3.2 GeospcT hs Q GEOS 18.71 9.18 40 14.63 288 15.12 14.14 +.20 +12.8 Gerdau N GGB .02e .5 5.32 2.89 3178 4.00 41933 4.06 3.78 +.06 +7.5 GerABcp s Q GABC .60 1.7 20 39.02 30.75 19 35.77 261 37.11 35.74 -.60 +1.2 GerNew N GF 1.23e .4 21.49 16.75 30 18.39 171 18.46 18.08 +.08 -5.4 GeronCp Q GERN 6.68 1.74 2200 3.62 14244 3.87 3.48 -.13 +101.1 GettyRlty N GTY 1.28 4.5 15 29.89 22.68 60 28.48 436 28.99 28.38 -.38 +4.9 Gevo rs Q GEVO 24.74 3.23 521 4.28 8202 4.83 3.96 +.30 -63.7 Gibraltar Q ROCK 19 40.70 25.61 63 39.00 504 39.25 38.15 +.20 +18.2 GigCapit n N GIG 10.22 9.60 0 9.82 14 9.86 9.81 -.03 +1.9 GigaMda rs Q GIGM 4.37 2.36 13 2.96 119 3.05 2.77 +.05 -2.6 GilatSatell Q GILT 9.30 5.31 4 8.96 37 9.16 8.83 -.12 +15.8 Gildan s N GIL .45 1.6 16 34.19 27.21 213 28.39 2181 28.42 27.43 +.82 -12.1 GileadSci Q GILD 2.28 2.9 9 89.54 64.27 4031 77.38 41661 78.17 75.21 +2.17 +8.0 GlacierBc Q GBCI 1.04f 2.6 22 41.47 31.38 221 39.70 1895 40.81 39.60 -.21 +.8 GladstnCap Q GLAD .84 9.2 9 9.95 7.80 84 9.15 448 9.20 9.06 +.09 -.7 Gladst24 pf Q GLADN 1.50 5.9 26.14 24.60 25.27 22 25.56 25.11 -.13 -2.2 GladstnCm Q GOOD 1.50 7.4 23.29 16.78 107 20.31 508 20.47 19.62 +.41 -3.6 GladCm pfA Q GOODP 1.94 7.4 27.25 25.25 1 26.16 7 26.42 26.12 -.06 -1.0 Gladstn pfB Q GOODO 1.88 7.2 27.82 25.33 1 26.05 14 26.40 26.00 -.13 -.1 GladCm pfD Q GOODM 1.75 6.8 26.25 24.56 3 25.58 38 25.58 25.32 +.15 -1.2 GladstInv Q GAIN .80a 6.8 16 12.26 9.00 40 11.78 443 11.98 11.70 -.14 +5.6 GladInv pfB Q GAINO 1.69 6.7 25.90 25.12 3 25.40 14 25.65 25.40 -.06 +.3 GladInv pfC Q GAINN 1.63 6.4 26.98 25.08 3 25.36 13 25.51 25.35 -.10 -.4 GldsInv pf D Q GAINM 1.56 6.2 26.35 25.07 25.36 1 25.36 25.29 -.12 -1.0 GladstLnd Q LAND .53 4.4 82 14.29 11.30 45 12.04 404 12.63 12.03 -.57 -10.4tGladLnd pfA Q LANDP 1.59 6.2 26.94 25.31 2 25.52 21 25.55 25.31 -.03 -1.3 Glatfelter N GLT .52 2.6 15 23.85 15.76 89 19.82 614 20.34 19.63 -.21 -7.0 Glaukos n N GKOS 45.00 23.08 211 42.13 1945 43.60 40.00 -.58 +64.2 GlaxoSKln N GSK 2.89e 6.9 42.95 34.52 1439 41.74 9561 41.79 40.85 +.72 +17.7 GlenBurnie Q GLBZ .40 3.3 27 13.42 10.34 5 12.00 22 12.00 11.73 +.15 +8.5 GblBldT n Q GBT 68.05 24.03 608 40.65 5701 44.70 39.70 -3.75 +3.3 GblBrCopp N BRSS .24 .8 12 36.50 27.50 49 31.70 359 32.80 31.25 -.85 -4.2 GblEagEnt Q ENT 3.84 .87 304 2.86 1433 2.96 2.61 -.04 +24.9 GlbIndem Q GBLI 26 49.91 32.22 11 39.83 67 42.00 37.26 -.17 -5.2 GlbIndm 45 Q GBLIZ 1.94 7.5 26.24 25.02 2 25.94 11 25.99 25.81 -.05 +.3 GlbIndem 47 Q GBLIL 1.97 7.6 26.24 25.26 2 25.76 30 25.94 25.71 -.01 -.5 GlbMed n N GMRE .20p 9.83 6.34 64 8.57 406 9.06 8.55 -.48 +4.5 GlMed pfA N GMREpA 1.88 7.6 25.82 23.50 3 24.68 20 25.50 24.68 +.10 -2.5 GlobNetL n N GNL .94 4.6 33 22.43 15.55 264 20.70 1816 21.54 20.60 -.56 +.6 GlNetL pfA N GNLpA 1.81 7.2 25.97 24.06 2 25.17 47 25.19 25.05 +.06 -2.0 GlobPtrs N GLP 1.85 10.8 18.50 15.17 25 17.20 146 17.55 17.05 -.10 +3.0 GlobPay s N GPN .04 40 119.69 87.86 705 117.95 5140 118.53 112.41 +5.20 +17.7 GlSlfStor n Q SELF .26 6.3 5.15 3.92 17 4.10 63 4.23 4.00 -.06 -11.1 GlbShipLs N GSL .40 32.9 1.94 .97 66 1.22 153 1.29 1.20 -.06 +4.7 GlbShip pfB N GSLpB 2.19 8.9 25.36 20.25 2 24.63 6 24.89 24.57 +.08 +3.0 GlWatRs n Q GWRS .28 3.0 10.00 8.40 3 9.41 47 9.94 9.39 -.28 +.7 GlbXNordic N GXF .83e 3.8 24.68 21.25 4 22.10 26 22.42 21.97 +.16 -2.6 GbXSpDvE N SDEM .63e 17.90 13.81 2 14.18 34 14.39 14.02 -.09 -12.9 GbXSpdvRE Q SRET 1.24 8.0 15.88 13.72 65 15.43 311 15.60 15.40 -.12 -.7 GbXUSRota N SCTO .12p 28.03 24.51 26.56 1 26.63 26.56 -.15 +.9 GblXEffic N EFFE .16p 27.69 25.00 0 26.46 1 26.77 26.46 -.13 -.7 GblXPortgl N PGAL .36e 2.8 13.33 11.10 4 12.96 55 13.19 12.86 +9.0 GblXColum N GXG .41e 3.8 11.51 9.33 33 10.67 1516 10.85 10.48 -.06 +6.5 GblXEmFtr N EMFM .40e 1.8 26.16 20.91 0 21.68 6 22.03 21.58 -.12 -9.6 GbXMLP&E N MLPX .60 4.5 14.60 11.36 98 13.41 430 13.57 13.21 -.09 -1.3 GblXChMat N CHIM .24e 1.3 24.12 17.46 0 18.21 3 18.69 17.91 +.75 -12.7 GblXArg N ARGT .09e .3 38.46 26.36 11 28.56 140 28.80 28.04 +.29 -19.1 GblXSDvUS N DIV 1.93 7.6 25.98 23.43 24 25.32 327 25.64 25.25 -.27 -1.1 GXSupInPf N SPFF .99 8.3 12.96 11.65 149 11.98 372 12.08 11.97 -.05 -1.5 GblXGuru N GURU .28e .9 32.47 26.85 3 32.22 50 32.34 31.91 +.18 +8.5 GbXGreece N GREK .13e 1.4 11.56 8.57 197 9.27 1211 9.32 9.12 -9.8 GblXChCon N CHIQ .12e .7 19.98 14.76 30 17.63 307 17.81 17.15 +.19 -5.6 GblXSocM Q SOCL 39.03 28.16 83 36.69 309 37.19 35.71 +.02 +11.4 GblX MLP N MLPA .90e 9.7 11.14 8.14 429 9.29 2554 9.34 9.13 +.09 -5.8 GblXFertil N SOIL .25e 2.4 11.01 9.30 1 10.33 11 10.49 10.28 -.01 -1.9 GblXChiEn N CHIE .41e 3.2 13.77 10.81 0 12.75 6 12.84 12.36 +.25 +12.3 GblXSupDv N SDIV 1.42e 6.5 22.60 20.09 137 21.11 782 21.40 21.07 -.22 -3.1 GlbXChiFn N CHIX .34e 2.0 21.04 15.28 9 16.87 92 17.00 16.57 +.18 -6.3 GbXSEAsia N ASEA .42e 2.7 18.44 14.97 19 15.61 63 15.87 15.47 +.22 -8.2tGblXPakist N PAK 16.55 10.39 8 10.72 432 10.77 10.39 -.07 -13.4 GblXChiInd N CHII .35e 2.6 16.58 13.30 13.62 2 13.67 13.48 +.12 -10.8 GblXNorway N NORW .83e 5.8 14.95 11.51 43 14.29 376 14.92 14.20 -.31 +8.8 GbXNsChiT Q QQQC .07e .2 34.11 25.09 2 29.76 35 30.17 28.91 +.66 -3.7 GblXScUS n N SCIU 32.53 28.49 9 32.16 50 32.21 31.93 +.33 +4.0 GblXScEu n N SCID 29.75 26.60 0 27.32 3 27.64 27.29 -.03 -1.4 GblXScAs n N SCIX 27.08 24.06 1 25.41 2 25.74 25.23 +.16 -1.9 GblXScJp n N SCIJ 33.72 28.85 0 29.40 3 29.65 29.13 -.06 -7.2 GbX Auto n Q DRIV 15.78 14.35 4 14.84 23 14.97 14.66 +.14 -2.9 GbX US pf n N PFFD 26.22 23.70 19 24.51 129 24.69 24.45 -.11 -1.5 GbXNigeria N NGE .31e 1.5 27.10 17.81 8 20.86 30 21.45 20.56 -.28 -3.9 GbX US Inf N PAVE 17.80 13.80 13 16.66 72 16.78 16.47 +.10 -.7 GblFound n N BOSS 20.72 15.50 3 20.22 14 20.30 20.07 +.41 +16.7 GblX SupDv Q EFAS 19.06 17.05 1 17.54 10 17.73 17.48 -.05 -3.1 GblXYldco Q YLCO .51 4.3 12.89 11.36 3 11.81 10 11.98 11.72 -.16 -6.2 GblX Rob n Q BOTZ 27.42 18.65 625 22.15 3428 22.40 21.95 +.26 -6.5 GlbXCon ef Q KRMA 20.83 17.33 5 20.46 22 20.50 20.27 +.18 +5.3sGblXMilTh Q MILN 22.99 17.31 10 22.88 78 23.03 22.60 +.13 +18.8sGbX Longv Q LNGR 21.57 18.23 21.55 21 21.57 21.25 +.20 +10.8 GlX Intrn n Q SNSR 21.41 17.90 108 19.96 208 20.00 19.68 +.35 +.6 GbX HlthW Q BFIT 19.30 15.68 0 18.91 5 18.99 18.71 +.00 +13.5 GblXSupdiv Q ALTY 1.25 8.4 16.00 14.06 0 14.97 14 15.13 14.70 -.05 -2.2 GlX Fintc n Q FINX 27.46 18.72 73 27.10 879 27.21 26.72 +.38 +23.5 GlbXCop rs N COPX .43e 1.8 29.34 20.67 37 23.46 239 24.46 23.20 -.31 -14.2 GlbXSilv rs N SIL 36.36 28.21 48 28.58 277 29.96 28.32 -.87 -12.4 GlbXLith rs N LIT 41.21 29.35 155 33.17 903 33.37 32.65 +.43 -14.4 GbX Gold rs N GOEX 25.21 20.08 1 22.50 21 23.07 22.38 -.31 -3.5 GbXUran rs N URA 16.36 11.81 183 12.91 961 13.19 12.75 -.21 -14.2 GlXCatholc Q CATH 35.58 29.71 3 34.71 33 34.74 34.35 +.51 +5.4 GlblScape A GSB .06 1.6 21 5.51 3.27 18 3.82 102 3.96 3.74 -.10 +7.6tGlobalstar A GSAT 2.21 .43 5170 .43 22622 .49 .40 -.04 -67.0sGlobantSA N GLOB 61 59.97 34.82 347 58.95 2486 59.97 55.96 +3.06 +26.9tGlobusM rs Q GLBS 2.26 .47 186 .47 796 .55 .47 -.06 -58.8 GlobusMed N GMED 44 57.55 27.79 252 52.02 1840 52.32 50.78 +.56 +26.6 Glowpoint A GLOW .65 .15 31 .19 430 .19 .18 -.00 -48.3 GluMobile Q GLUU 6.75 2.44 910 6.23 6235 6.65 6.10 -.34 +71.2 GlycoMim Q GLYC 26.05 10.06 391 17.12 1767 17.25 16.47 +.23 +2.0sGoDaddy n N GDDY 77.02 40.78 770 76.78 5953 77.13 73.08 +3.00 +52.7tGogo Q GOGO 14.76 4.15 11327 4.04 19011 5.20 3.97 -.85 -64.2 GolLinhs s N GOL 14.48 5.06 361 5.84 1836 5.86 5.45 +.08 -33.3 GolLNGLtd Q GLNG .20 .7 35.54 19.32 750 28.02 5042 30.41 27.60 -1.95 -6.0 GolLNGPt Q GMLP 2.31 15.1 23.46 14.27 181 15.27 1165 16.05 15.25 -.42 -33.0 GolrLNG pf Q GMLPP 2.19 8.6 26.70 24.22 6 25.55 76 25.57 25.38 +.07 -1.8 GoldFLtd N GFI .02e .6 4.70 3.45 2477 3.56 17730 3.75 3.51 -.15 -17.2sGoldResrc A GORO .02 .3 86 7.26 3.37 386 6.89 1861 7.26 6.82 -.23 +56.6 GoldStdV g A GSV 2.01 1.15 76 1.44 932 1.50 1.42 -.03 -17.7 Goldcrp g N GG .24 1.8 18 15.55 11.64 2286 13.23 19756 14.15 13.16 -.73 +3.6 GoldBull n Q DNJR 8.50 4.40 7 7.23 33 7.44 6.36 +.74 +52.5 GoldenEnt Q GDEN 29 34.75 19.41 184 29.35 2155 29.43 27.81 +1.14 -10.1tGoldenMin A AUMN .65 .28 278 .30 897 .34 .28 -.01 -30.6 GoldenOc rs Q GOGL .40 4.7 9.95 6.06 116 8.51 561 8.79 8.41 -.22 +4.4 GoldStr g A GSS 6 .92 .56 566 .67 3245 .69 .65 -.01 -25.2 GldFld A GV 11 6.38 3.60 251 4.35 378 4.35 4.25 +.05 -11.2 GoldS pfJ N GSpJ 1.38 5.3 28.26 25.43 45 25.99 362 26.28 25.91 -.25 -2.0 GS BDC n N GSBD 1.80 8.3 11 23.20 18.78 142 21.72 702 21.96 21.42 +.14 -2.1 GS ActbtInt N GSIE 32.48 27.41 126 29.64 796 29.81 29.26 +.10 -1.2 GS ActEM N GEM 39.44 31.08 117 33.56 478 33.73 32.92 +.34 -6.3 GS ActEur N GSEU .60e 33.94 29.48 3 31.04 22 31.31 30.66 +.08 -2.1 GS ActJpn N GSIY 36.02 29.68 12 32.63 22 32.90 32.30 +.06 -3.0 GS US LgC N GSEW 46.27 40.58 0 44.97 17 45.08 44.70 +.34 +3.4 GS HYBd n N GHYB 50.32 48.01 2 48.46 8 48.51 48.22 +.21 -2.1 GS CpBd n N GIGB 50.44 47.71 8 48.23 28 48.31 48.03 +.14 -4.0 GS ActLgC N GSLC 57.42 47.87 256 56.52 989 56.56 55.82 +.90 +5.9 GS 0-1Yr n N GBIL 105.09 99.91 67 100.05 876 100.10 100.00 +.02 +.1 GS Indus n N GVIP 57.97 48.21 11 57.36 35 57.51 56.74 +.89 +8.3 GS SCap n N GSSC 48.61 39.39 5 47.87 16 48.39 47.68 -.23 +10.5 GSCI37 N GSC 28.00 17.55 1 26.10 4 27.07 25.60 -.84 +8.8 GoldmanS N GS 3.20f 1.4 22 275.31 214.64 2541 226.41 12690 228.87 223.00 +4.62 -11.1 GoldS pfK N GSpK 1.59 5.8 30.09 26.86 42 27.37 260 27.55 27.29 -.18 -4.2 GoldS pfN N GSpN 28.34 25.95 52 26.86 193 26.95 26.76 +.05 -3.5 GoldS pfB N GSpB 1.55 5.9 26.90 25.20 9 26.40 78 26.52 25.96 +.47 +2.0 GoldS pfC N GSpC 1.02 4.2 25.27 21.52 15 24.35 98 24.59 24.30 +.09 +7.0 GoldS pfA N GSpA .96 4.1 24.46 21.25 38 23.15 321 23.86 22.98 -.64 +2.7 GoldS pfD N GSpD 1.02 4.4 24.16 21.46 64 23.07 595 23.51 23.03 -.36 +2.1 GS MLPEn N GER .64 10.2 7.46 5.25 183 6.30 849 6.35 6.15 +.10 +2.4 GS MLPInc N GMZ 1.38 15.1 10.33 7.55 274 9.11 786 9.28 9.02 -.08 +1.9 GolubCap Q GBDC 1.28a 6.9 13 19.87 17.35 151 18.64 606 18.72 18.47 -.01 +2.4sGoodTimes Q GTIM 4.30 2.25 36 4.25 196 4.30 3.85 +.35 +60.4 GoodrPet n A GDP 15.75 8.20 18 12.40 146 13.20 11.99 -.43 +13.7tGoodyear Q GT .56 2.5 7 36.52 22.73 4220 22.68 13379 24.35 22.62 -1.12 -29.8 GoosehIn n Q GSHD 28.71 10.78 58 26.06 443 27.24 24.62 +1.09 +65.5 GoPro Q GPRO 11.89 4.42 2374 6.31 15093 6.98 6.12 -.63 -16.6sGordPoin n Q GRAQ 9.84 9.70 11 9.80 384 9.84 9.75 +.05 +1.0 GordPoi un Q GPAQU 10.35 9.97 10.35 127 10.35 10.32 +.05 +3.5 GorsHl A n Q GSHT 10.40 9.85 51 10.16 1144 10.19 10.10 -.03 +2.2 GoresHl un Q GSHTU 11.08 10.25 1 10.47 3 10.95 10.47 -.26 +1.1sGormanR N GRC .50 1.4 32 36.45 25.06 99 36.47 339 36.89 35.49 +.94 +16.9 GovPrpIT Q GOV 1.72 10.7 26 19.60 11.87 1608 16.02 5863 16.83 16.00 -.52 -13.6 GovPrpIT46 Q GOVNI 1.47 5.8 26.37 24.28 48 25.45 120 25.52 25.28 -.05 -1.5 vjGrace N GRA .96 1.3 22 77.37 58.48 264 74.54 2489 75.20 74.04 +.15 +6.3 Graco s N GGG .53 1.1 15 49.69 34.89 545 46.21 2416 46.48 45.04 +1.42 +2.2 GrahamCp N GHM .36 1.4 19 27.51 17.97 20 25.94 95 26.89 25.24 -.19 +23.9 GrahamH s N GHC 5.32f .9 22 625.45 536.90 10 573.90 59 588.40 571.30 -10.25 +2.8 Graingr N GWW 5.44f 1.8 27 322.34 155.00 623 310.48 3107 313.89 299.01 +11.55 +31.4 Grmrcy pfA N GPTpA 1.78 7.0 27.76 24.41 5 25.25 137 25.35 25.14 -.05 -6.2 GrmPrTr rs N GPT 1.50 5.5 31.26 21.12 570 27.35 8075 27.40 27.32 +.02 +2.6sGranTrra g A GTE 3.61 1.93 1032 3.56 8430 3.61 3.41 +.17 +31.9 GranaMon N GRAM .25e 6.8 5.15 2.25 470 3.70 1227 3.80 3.29 +.36 +29.8 GrCanyEd Q LOPE 26 119.24 71.01 356 119.19 3335 119.20 115.35 +3.66 +33.1 GraniteC N GVA .52 .9 28 68.58 47.05 173 56.02 1027 57.17 55.37 -.11 -11.7 GranitPnt n N GPMT 1.60f 8.6 57 19.30 16.15 129 18.68 1258 18.93 18.57 +.10 +5.3 GraniteRE N GRP/U 2.30 42.53 36.24 60 41.76 74 42.50 41.42 -.53 +6.9 Gran Gld n N BAR 142.87 123.68 19 123.97 38 126.16 123.85 -1.34 -4.9 GranCom n N COMB 27.39 24.80 58 25.02 105 25.79 24.94 -.74 -4.4 GranSP n N COMG 32.29 24.96 15 29.23 17 30.24 29.23 -.90 +5.6 GrphTInt n N EAF 20.75 14.44 357 17.47 1711 18.62 17.46 -.89 +12.7 GraphPkg N GPK .30 2.0 16 16.74 12.65 1285 14.85 13954 15.22 14.53 +.30 -3.9 Gravity rs Q GRVY 25 108.97 13.18 10 57.00 58 57.95 50.51 -.82 -39.7 GrayTelev N GTN 9 17.80 10.70 1685 15.65 5070 16.90 15.38 -.40 -6.6 GrayTvA N GTN/A 23 15.75 9.50 8 15.25 11 15.25 14.60 +.40 +6.3 GrtAjax n N AJX 1.20 9.1 8 15.40 12.27 90 13.20 168 13.29 13.09 -.01 -4.5 GrtAjx24 n N AJXA 26.80 24.54 110 24.84 134 24.96 24.74 -.02 -2.1 GrElCp hn Q GECC 1.00 10.7 11.30 8.76 12 9.32 61 9.44 9.27 -.12 -5.3 GrElm22 n Q GECCL 1.63 6.5 25.90 24.75 3 25.24 12 25.70 25.22 -.04 -.8 GrElm25 n Q GECCM 1.69 6.8 25.05 24.10 4 25.01 17 25.05 24.90 +.01 +2.2 GrElm hn Q GEC 4.40 3.20 8 3.30 149 3.45 3.25 -.07 -18.5 GrLkDrge Q GLDD 5.70 3.60 124 5.60 533 5.70 5.30 +.20 +3.7 GtPanSilv g A GPL 1.46 1.06 144 1.12 1437 1.15 1.10 -.02 -13.2 GrtSoBc Q GSBC 1.12 1.9 16 60.20 47.50 9 57.75 67 60.05 57.75 -1.30 +11.8 GrtWstBcp N GWB 1.00f 2.5 16 46.03 33.27 137 40.61 1163 43.04 40.52 -1.49 +2.0 GreenBncp Q GNBC .10p 17 24.40 19.10 93 21.65 848 22.50 21.50 -.25 +6.7 GreenBrick Q GRBK 14 12.50 8.90 97 10.10 983 10.35 9.85 +.30 -10.6sGreenDot N GDOT 41 79.90 38.96 203 78.36 1254 79.99 76.00 +2.50 +30.0 GreenPlns Q GPRE .48 3.0 81 21.90 15.60 614 16.15 3040 17.40 16.10 -.75 -4.2 GrnP LP n Q GPP 1.90f 11.4 9 21.00 15.65 46 16.70 214 17.50 16.50 -.60 -10.7tGreensky n Q GSKY 27.02 19.50 1412 19.27 4005 22.67 19.06 -2.09 -17.5 GreenTrH n N GHG 25.10 10.75 24 18.06 389 19.26 17.26 -.23 +39.5sGreenbCos N GBX .92f 1.7 12 56.00 41.45 835 54.55 3677 56.00 52.10 +2.3 GrCB NY s Q GCBC .39 1.2 25 38.00 22.16 5 33.55 11 34.75 32.61 -.95 +2.9sGreenhill N GHL .20 .7 30.65 13.80 343 30.70 1889 30.70 29.70 +.90 +57.4 Greenlight Q GLRE 23.15 13.55 116 13.90 1140 14.40 13.70 +.10 -30.8 Greenpro n Q GRNQ 22.70 7.15 10.70 2 11.00 8.90 +2.50 -51.4 Greif A N GEF 1.68 3.1 18 65.60 47.97 118 54.55 697 55.20 53.22 +1.43 -10.0 Greif B N GEF/B 2.51e 4.2 13 71.95 52.50 4 59.95 24 60.50 58.35 +1.60 -13.6 GrdsmHld n Q GSUM 13.99 3.68 128 6.21 518 6.98 6.20 -.67 -32.1 Griffin Q GRIF .40f .9 46.50 29.70 3 43.97 13 44.80 41.50 -.43 +19.8 Griffon N GFF .28f 1.6 19 24.50 17.00 91 17.95 829 18.35 17.55 -.25 -11.8 GrifolsSA s Q GRFS .46e 2.2 25.18 19.92 1306 21.39 8200 21.74 21.06 -.33 -6.7 GrinrdSh n Q GRIN 20.50 9.55 11.36 8 17.50 11.36 -4.63 -33.2 Group1 N GPI 1.00 1.5 9 84.47 51.62 223 65.66 1476 72.99 65.03 -4.48 -7.5 Groupon Q GRPN 5.99 3.60 6428 4.67 107107 4.96 4.53 +.31 -8.4 GrubHub N GRUB 120.07 43.01 934 110.93 5211 112.39 106.51 +2.63 +54.5 GAeroPac N PAC 2.78e 2.8 119.87 82.19 69 99.71 398 100.89 98.03 +.24 -3.0 GpAeroCN Q OMAB 1.71e 3.8 20 52.51 37.45 104 45.34 472 46.36 44.56 -.18 +9.3 GpoASur N ASR 3.31e 229.45 152.41 38 165.43 195 168.30 161.48 -2.76 -9.4 GpoAvalAc N AVAL .40 4.8 9.51 8.01 74 8.31 393 8.44 8.18 -.11 -2.2 GrpoFin Q GGAL .36e 1.0 73.45 31.20 513 34.72 3310 37.59 34.21 -1.42 -47.3 GpoRadio N RC 11.53 GpoSimec A SIM 11.74 8.26 1 9.45 29 9.72 9.29 +.14 +1.1 GpSuprvi n N SUPV 33.85 9.99 592 11.77 3303 13.67 11.69 -.98 -59.9 GpTelevisa N TV 27.37 14.20 2238 20.36 12286 20.98 19.51 +.73 +9.1 GuangRy N GSH .63e 2.4 37.43 24.78 1 26.10 9 26.52 25.53 -.44 -21.9 GuarntyBc Q GBNK .66 2.2 21 35.20 24.70 73 29.95 583 31.35 29.75 -.55 +8.3 GuarBcs n Q GNTY .56 1.7 21 37.36 28.00 1 32.42 35 33.85 32.24 -.57 +5.8sGuarFBc Q GFED .48 1.9 22 24.99 19.86 0 24.90 7 24.99 24.30 +.56 +11.5 Guess N GES .90 4.2 26.15 11.48 439 21.46 3241 22.10 20.52 -.49 +27.1 GuggBAB N GBAB 1.66 7.6 23.29 20.97 27 21.74 119 21.93 21.61 -.12 -4.4 Gug 27Cp n N BSCR 20.12 19.11 19.23 -3.8 GugCrdAllo N GGM 2.18 10.0 23.88 21.08 16 21.78 108 22.17 21.64 +.08 -.7 GugEMk EW N EWEM .56e 1.6 37.81 31.83 35.51 +2.2 GugTotRet N GTO 53.54 50.85 52.26 -1.0 GugEnhEq N GPM .96 11.1 9.42 7.72 171 8.67 758 8.70 8.55 +.12 -2.6 GugBlt24CB N BSCO .58 2.9 21.17 20.09 20.19 -3.3 GugBlt18CB N BSCI .40e 1.8 21.24 21.08 21.11 +.1sGugStrOp N GOF 2.19 9.9 22.39 18.80 81 22.01 686 22.39 21.97 +.03 +2.0 Guidewire N GWRE 96.19 67.89 403 95.26 2661 95.88 91.16 +2.67 +28.3 GulfIsland Q GIFI .04 .4 13.95 6.90 50 9.65 332 9.85 9.15 +.35 -28.1tGulfRes Q GURE 3 2.05 1.22 24 1.33 408 1.35 1.22 +.00 -9.7 GlfmrkOf n A GLF 39.00 17.80 43 33.31 232 34.62 32.52 -.14 +16.9 GulfportE Q GPOR 6 15.08 8.11 3354 12.09 20407 13.41 11.94 -1.14 -5.3 Gyrodyne n Q GYRO 2.50e 22.84 18.91 0 20.10 5 20.29 19.87 -.25 +.1H -:H&E Eqp Q HEES 1.10 2.8 12 44.24 19.34 151 39.19 923 39.44 37.43 +.97 -3.6 HCA Hldg N HCA .35p 16 108.85 71.18 1112 106.55 5570 106.68 104.84 +1.33 +21.3 HCI Grp N HCI 1.50 3.6 47.58 27.11 22 41.73 276 42.38 40.81 -.05 +39.6 HCP Inc N HCP 1.48 5.7 14 32.34 21.48 2506 25.84 18487 26.30 25.68 -.40 -.9sHD Supply Q HDS 13 44.63 28.97 1029 44.00 7653 44.64 42.84 +.71 +9.9sHDFC Bk N HDB .37e .3 112.10 87.62 294 110.54 2842 112.10 106.25 +4.32 +8.7 HECO pfU N HEpU 1.62 6.3 28.45 25.05 25.93 0 25.95 25.93 -.07 -2.0 HFF Inc N HF 1.80e 15 51.74 32.99 135 34.54 1243 35.14 33.71 -.08 -29.0sHL Acq un Q HCCHU 10.09 10.05 35 10.10 147 10.10 10.06 +.02 +.3 HMG A HMG 16.33 8.94 4 14.50 14 15.00 13.65 -.28 +16.1 HMN Fn Q HMNF 18 20.25 16.80 11 19.91 16 20.00 19.60 -.10 +4.2sHMS Hldgs Q HMSY 47 24.24 11.01 518 24.21 2471 24.45 22.97 +1.13 +42.8 HNI Corp N HNI 1.18f 3.0 19 43.42 31.16 118 39.19 696 39.64 38.55 +.16 +1.6 HP Inc N HPQ .56f 2.3 9 24.75 17.45 5150 23.71 37888 23.97 23.01 +.70 +12.9 HRG Grp N HRG 19.19 9.42 5036 13.40 12016 14.21 13.28 -.52 -20.9 HSBC N HSBC 1.50e 3.2 55.89 46.23 706 47.44 5757 47.89 46.70 +.30 -8.1 HSBC prA N HSBCpA 1.55 5.9 26.74 25.52 30 26.33 251 26.44 26.25 +2.0 HTG Mol h Q HTGM 5.83 1.59 234 3.18 1072 3.45 3.16 -.11 +56.7 HV Bcp n Q HVBC .50e 18.50 13.75 2 14.99 7 15.00 14.69 +.33 -1.5 HabitRest Q HABT 62 17.45 8.10 434 10.60 1228 11.09 10.35 -.40 +11.0 HackettGp Q HCKT .34f 2.1 20 19.24 13.24 27 16.38 250 16.73 16.13 -.17 +4.3 Haemonet N HAE 88 96.84 38.47 390 94.55 2537 95.24 92.04 +1.54 +62.8 Hailiang n Q HLG 88.92 8.55 29 81.62 154 81.67 79.20 +1.41 +80.6 HainCels lf Q HAIN 45.61 25.41 1121 30.02 6962 31.16 29.57 -.62 -29.2tHalconRs n N HK 9.07 3.82 4146 3.96 27777 4.37 3.82 -.18 -47.7 HalladorE Q HNRG .16 2.5 7 8.39 4.79 65 6.33 371 6.79 6.07 +.05 +3.9 Hallibrtn N HAL .72 1.6 57.86 38.18 4607 45.35 34857 47.03 44.61 +.42 -7.2 HallmkFn Q HALL 11.83 8.62 62 10.19 134 10.23 9.63 +.38 -2.3 Halozyme Q HALO 38 21.48 11.41 321 17.27 3044 17.67 16.95 +.02 -14.8 HamiltnBc Q HBK 16.20 14.00 0 14.60 5 15.30 14.60 -1.10 -5.2 HamBchBr N HBB .34 1.2 41.00 20.97 33 27.66 181 31.00 27.18 -2.84 +7.7sHamilLa n Q HLNE .85f 1.7 55 54.59 21.36 76 49.23 643 54.59 48.85 -.12 +39.1 HancJaf n Q HJLI 5.64 3.05 69 3.17 626 3.95 3.17 -.23 -39.5 HancFinOp N BTO 1.48 4.0 41.00 31.24 26 37.24 200 38.38 37.01 -.38 -5.3 HanJS N JHS .87e 6.5 15.12 12.97 17 13.43 114 13.50 13.35 +.07 -9.6 HanJI N JHI 1.45e 9.0 18.85 15.85 27 16.10 83 16.16 15.99 +.08 -8.0 HanPrmDv N PDT 1.08a 6.8 17.33 14.50 104 15.97 663 16.88 15.96 -.76 -6.8 HanPfEq N HPI 1.68 7.8 22.58 19.73 45 21.58 174 22.17 21.52 -.39 +.7 HanPfd2 N HPF 1.68 7.9 22.71 19.39 45 21.30 181 21.73 21.24 -.19 -.9 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 9 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 59

HanPfd3 N HPS 1.47 7.9 19.48 16.80 114 18.54 337 18.85 18.43 -.14 -1.1 HanTxAdv N HTD 1.45 6.3 26.23 21.00 96 23.06 439 23.76 23.05 -.56 -6.5 HancWhit Q HWC .96 2.0 17 56.40 41.05 491 47.70 2789 49.55 47.55 -.20 -3.6 HancWht 45 Q HWCPL 1.49 5.8 26.73 25.00 1 25.90 14 25.90 25.63 +.06 -.7 Hanesbds s N HBI .60 2.8 11 25.73 16.38 3973 21.68 24533 22.52 21.57 -.64 +3.7 HanmiFin Q HAFC .96 3.5 15 33.10 25.45 106 27.70 678 29.55 27.65 -1.25 -8.7 HannArms N HASI 1.32 6.7 36 25.28 17.33 197 19.83 1184 20.00 19.35 +.15 -17.6sHanoverIns N THG 2.16 1.8 67 125.00 87.51 89 122.90 634 125.00 122.04 +.96 +13.7 HanovIns53 N THGA 1.59 6.3 26.00 25.02 9 25.41 23 25.72 25.41 -.32 +.3 Hanwha rs Q HQCL 14 9.50 5.40 9 5.63 57 5.93 5.57 -.06 -19.8 HarbrOne n Q HONE 60 20.19 15.92 64 18.58 211 19.39 18.46 -.25 -3.0 HarleyD N HOG 1.48 3.4 14 56.50 39.34 1517 42.93 9160 44.03 42.43 +.54 -15.6 Harmonic Q HLIT 5.35 2.80 396 4.40 1007 4.45 4.20 +.15 +4.8 HarmonyG N HMY .05 2.53 1.52 2655 1.61 13464 1.76 1.60 -.10 -13.9 HarrisCorp N HRS 2.28 1.5 26 170.54 111.72 652 148.89 3373 149.15 144.36 +4.59 +5.1 Harsco N HSC .20m .9 58 26.75 15.05 191 22.45 1707 22.80 21.85 +.50 +20.4 HarteHk rs N HHS 12.16 7.27 8 11.04 39 11.35 10.66 +.15 HartfFn42 N HGH 1.97 6.8 31.65 28.57 54 28.98 476 29.96 28.88 -1.02 -1.0 HartfdFn N HIG 1.00 1.9 18 59.20 49.67 690 52.53 7983 53.49 52.01 +.68 -6.7 HrvrdBio Q HBIO 6.15 2.35 54 5.15 648 5.55 5.05 -.40 +56.1 HarvCapCr Q HCAP 1.14a 10.2 8 14.09 9.90 29 11.15 122 11.25 10.61 +.53 +1.7 HarvCr22 n Q HCAPZ 1.53 6.0 27.50 24.89 1 25.45 2 25.53 25.29 +.06 Hasbro Q HAS 2.52f 2.6 57 116.20 79.00 676 96.52 4558 97.54 95.78 +.47 +6.2 Haverty N HVT .72 3.3 22 27.23 17.70 83 21.55 689 22.65 21.30 -.15 -4.9 HawaiiEl N HE 1.24 3.6 24 38.72 31.71 284 34.67 1892 36.20 34.50 -1.46 -4.1 HawHold Q HA .48 1.3 5 48.55 32.40 349 36.75 1993 37.30 35.70 +.40 -7.8 Hawkins Q HWKN .88 2.4 19 47.35 30.55 8 37.20 77 38.00 36.55 +.35 +5.7 HawthornB Q HWBK .40f 1.8 17 22.23 17.38 2 21.88 21 21.94 21.65 +.13 +9.7 HaymkA un Q HYACU 10.25 9.88 0 10.11 1 10.22 10.02 -.07 +2.1 HaynesIntl Q HAYN .88 2.3 45.14 28.97 37 37.97 198 39.46 37.61 -.48 +18.5 Hc2 Hldgs N HCHC 1.29 7.79 4.30 47 5.80 855 5.87 5.47 +.01 -2.5 HlthCSvc Q HCSG .77f 1.7 56.20 35.04 390 44.26 3086 44.75 43.47 +.74 -16.0 HlthInsInn Q HIIQ 25 37.38 12.65 200 32.70 1272 36.00 32.35 -1.80 +31.1 HlthcrRlty N HR 1.20 4.1 46 34.26 26.09 528 28.99 3815 29.62 28.87 -.58 -9.7 HlthcreTr N HTA 1.22 4.6 51 31.87 24.06 676 26.63 4698 27.44 26.49 -.73 -11.4 HealthEqty Q HQY 97 82.04 40.21 317 80.23 1788 81.18 78.66 +1.68 +71.9sHlthStrm Q HSTM 1.00e 77 30.89 21.15 81 29.39 1188 30.89 28.53 +.80 +26.9 HrtlndEx Q HTLD .08 .4 20 25.22 17.38 287 18.90 1575 19.98 18.86 -.54 -19.0 HeartFn Q HTLF .52a .9 18 58.05 42.10 67 55.65 694 57.95 55.50 -1.10 +3.7 HeatBio rs Q HTBX 7.89 1.09 343 2.29 3183 2.38 2.08 +.28 -40.2 HebronTc n Q HEBT 4.05 1.45 59 1.96 269 2.07 1.70 +.05 -25.5 HeclaM N HL .01e .3 5.58 3.25 2221 3.46 13860 3.81 3.41 -.27 -12.8 HeclaM pfB N HLpB 3.50 6.3 61.99 51.27 55.24 0 55.24 55.24 +1.49 +4.2 Heico s N HEI .13 97.32 60.05 186 76.11 1453 76.17 72.92 +3.79 Heico A s N HEI/A 50 79.00 52.16 106 64.80 676 64.90 60.75 +4.11 HeidrkStr Q HSII .52 1.5 39.73 17.90 62 35.15 346 36.05 34.93 -.60 +43.2sHelenTroy Q HELE 15 119.25 81.10 279 114.95 4069 119.25 110.00 +13.00 +19.3tHeliMAn h Q HMNY 38.86 .17 97167 .15 179338 .21 .14 -.04 -97.6 Helius Med n Q HSDT 13.20 7.47 17 9.40 180 9.88 9.05 +.28 +20.4 HelixEn N HLX 3 8.87 5.08 1228 8.53 5996 8.77 8.01 +.52 +13.1 HelmPayne N HP 2.80f 4.3 75.02 42.16 807 64.50 4468 68.40 63.69 -.96 -.2 HemisMda Q HMTV 13.95 10.50 22 12.85 129 13.20 12.65 -.25 +11.3 Hemisphrx rs A HEB .74 .28 212 .31 2291 .32 .30 +.00 -11.6 HennesAd s Q HNNA .40 2.3 9 20.00 14.29 3 17.67 18 17.95 17.20 +.25 +6.8 HennCap n A HCAC 11.00 8.97 44 10.12 1020 10.15 10.12 -.01 +3.3 HennCap un A HCAC/U 11.53 10.05 11.40 0 11.40 11.40 +.11 +9.9 HSchein s Q HSIC 29 93.14 62.56 685 74.86 7146 77.95 73.79 -.94 +7.1 Herbalif s N HLF 24 56.75 30.36 573 53.93 5529 54.98 53.54 +.38 HercHld n N HRI 72.99 35.89 183 59.67 804 61.01 56.75 +2.62 -4.7 HercTGC N HTGC 1.24 9.5 13 13.97 11.55 371 13.07 3268 13.10 12.88 +.19 -.4 HercTG 24 N HTGX 1.56 6.2 25.82 25.01 6 25.09 40 25.47 25.09 +.14 -2.1 HrtgeCo Q HTBK .44 2.6 19 18.10 12.76 171 16.73 637 17.47 16.62 -.39 +9.2sHrtgeFn Q HFWA .60 1.7 24 36.15 25.25 290 34.75 1443 36.15 34.56 -.85 +12.8 HeritageIns N HRTG .24 1.4 58 19.15 8.85 51 16.82 393 17.03 16.38 +.19 -6.7 HeritCryst Q HCCI 29 25.20 15.50 30 19.90 319 20.45 19.45 -.25 -8.5 HernTher h Q HRTX 42.90 12.70 469 38.75 3928 41.30 37.05 -2.10 +114.1 Hersha pfC N HTpC 1.72 6.9 26.28 23.82 25.00 13 25.00 24.85 +.16 -.5sHersha rs N HT 1.12 5.0 16 22.55 16.60 276 22.32 1556 22.55 22.12 -.06 +28.3 Hersha pfD N HTpD 1.63 6.7 25.94 22.61 12 24.39 93 24.45 24.05 +.34 -1.1 Hersha pfE N HTpE 26.40 22.66 3 24.22 116 24.43 24.09 -.03 -2.1 Hershey N HSY 2.62 2.8 20 115.82 89.10 855 93.99 4593 95.82 93.17 -1.56 -17.2 HertzGl N HTZ 27.27 11.27 4591 14.10 26797 17.31 13.90 -2.17 -36.2 HerzfldCrb Q CUBA .12e 7.54 6.55 7 6.70 41 6.76 6.65 +.04 -6.3 HeskaCorp Q HSKA 67 115.00 56.59 18 108.49 142 110.45 103.53 +2.37 +35.3sHess N HES 1.00 1.5 71.14 37.25 3041 66.54 28695 71.14 65.65 -1.01 +40.2sHess pfA N HESpA 79.62 48.24 68 73.83 757 79.62 73.00 -1.09 +27.6 HessMidP n N HESM 1.33f 6.8 19 23.34 18.32 114 19.65 332 20.29 19.62 -.37 -.8 HP Ent n N HPE .56f 3.6 12 19.48 12.82 8807 15.49 42094 15.54 14.99 +.51 +7.9 Hexcel N HXL .50 .7 25 73.42 50.50 457 67.81 2394 69.25 66.62 +.78 +9.6 Hexindai n Q HX 17.00 8.06 35 9.29 178 9.98 9.11 -.38 -15.9 Hi-Crush N HCLP 1.05e 9.1 13 14.85 7.25 1332 11.60 6653 12.80 11.40 -.50 +8.4 Hibbett Q HIBB 13 29.50 9.40 294 23.35 2101 23.80 22.35 +.25 +14.5 HighPtRs N HPR 7.60 2.66 1191 6.51 5973 6.72 6.24 +.23 +26.9 HighlFlR n N HFRO 16.60 15.00 137 15.95 638 16.00 15.54 +.39 +2.9 HighSenLn Q SNLN .79 4.4 18.41 18.04 71 18.11 352 18.20 18.10 -.03 -.4 HighpwrInt Q HPJ 4 5.90 2.75 54 3.00 102 3.25 2.95 -.01 -19.1 HghwyH Q HIHO .32e 7.1 6.55 3.30 7 4.50 122 5.20 4.25 -.32 +7.1 HighwdPrp N HIW 1.85 3.6 22 53.34 41.34 720 50.77 3302 51.97 50.67 -.94 -.3sHill Intl N HIL 6.11 4.25 88 5.95 379 6.11 5.90 -.05 +9.2 Hill-Rom N HRC .80 .9 24 94.63 71.91 490 91.27 1887 91.35 88.99 +2.34 +8.3 HillenInc N HI .83 1.7 24 49.35 34.65 202 49.25 901 49.35 46.00 +1.20 +10.2 HillmCT pf A HLMp 2.90 9.5 36.95 26.41 2 30.47 8 31.35 30.16 -.33 -11.3 HilltopH N HTH .28 1.3 11 28.32 21.47 570 21.65 1851 23.12 21.50 -.77 -14.5 HilGrVa n N HGV 47.75 32.20 1087 35.65 6229 36.38 34.38 +1.24 -15.0 Hilton N HLT .60 .7 41 88.11 60.54 2125 80.97 15194 82.29 80.02 +.41 +1.4 HimaxTch Q HIMX .10e 1.3 54 13.95 5.97 1146 7.82 5750 8.00 7.26 +.58 -25.0 HingmSv Q HIFS 1.40f .7 19 242.00 174.47 0 215.00 4 217.74 215.00 -1.50 +3.9 Histogenics Q HSGX 3.35 1.60 37 2.49 200 2.58 2.45 +.01 +21.5 HoeghLP N HMLP 1.72 9.7 11 20.00 15.33 69 17.80 485 18.40 17.75 -.50 -4.6 Hoegh pfA N HMLPpA 2.19 8.5 27.42 25.02 16 25.68 113 25.74 25.59 +.11 -4.6 HollyEngy N HEP 2.62f 9.0 14 36.05 26.09 203 29.27 610 29.49 28.07 +.99 -9.9 HollyFront N HFC 1.32 1.9 17 83.28 26.43 1606 68.68 11545 70.67 66.61 +.08 +34.1 Hollysys Q HOLI .12e .6 10 28.35 16.47 174 21.61 838 22.35 21.35 -.57 -3.0 Hologic Q HOLX 45.58 35.10 1231 42.01 7574 42.21 40.85 +.92 -1.7 HomeBLA Q HBCP .68f 1.5 21 48.47 34.12 17 46.01 97 48.24 45.94 -1.89 +6.5 HomeBcs s Q HOMB .44 1.9 23 25.90 20.82 802 22.60 3721 23.67 22.50 -.44 -2.8 HomeDp N HD 4.12 2.1 26 207.61 144.25 2308 198.69 15725 199.93 195.03 +4.21 +4.8 HmFdB LA Q HFBL .56f 1.8 19 32.90 25.54 3 31.80 4 31.80 31.00 +.75 +13.1 HomeStreet Q HMST 23 32.60 24.00 167 27.75 672 28.65 27.70 -.20 -4.1 HometBk n Q HMTA .04p 15.79 10.60 2 14.05 9 14.25 14.05 -.05 +25.7 HomeTrBc Q HTBI 27 29.60 21.40 34 28.35 142 28.90 28.30 -.30 +10.1 HomolMd n Q FIXX 24.40 16.12 61 21.76 499 23.52 20.68 +.36 +16.6 Honda N HMC .84e 2.9 37.29 27.05 264 29.30 2017 29.67 29.00 +.11 -14.0 HonwllIntl N HON 2.98 2.0 65 165.13 133.49 2568 147.50 11940 148.54 144.40 +1.78 -3.8 HookerFu Q HOFT .56 1.1 19 52.75 35.90 49 49.40 214 49.75 48.21 +1.15 +16.4 HopeBcp Q HOPE .52 3.0 15 19.86 15.10 663 17.57 3100 18.80 17.57 -.79 -3.7 HopFedBc Q HFBC .28f 1.8 21 16.69 13.51 2 16.00 10 16.43 15.65 +.36 +13.5 HorMan N HMN 1.14 2.5 27 47.65 33.85 241 46.10 572 47.50 45.80 -.35 +4.5 HorizBcp s Q HBNC .40 2.0 18 22.13 16.67 55 20.24 344 21.25 20.21 -.64 +9.2 HorizGbl n N HZN 32 19.26 5.13 121 6.74 1099 7.24 6.66 -.33 -51.9 HorizPhm Q HZNP 18.23 11.17 923 16.90 5194 17.28 16.68 -.10 +15.8 HorizTFn Q HRZN 1.20 11.5 10 11.88 9.66 114 10.42 470 10.62 10.30 -.11 -7.1 HorizFn22 n N HTFA 26.00 25.26 1 25.50 6 25.57 25.41 +.02 +.4 Hor OEXcc Q QYLD 2.26e 9.1 25.50 22.67 88 24.79 557 24.82 24.53 +.29 +1.1 HorzDAX Q DAX .60m 2.1 34.00 28.07 0 29.09 26 29.60 28.92 -.13 -7.9 HrzMngR n N USMR HorzSPCvC N HSPX 2.52e 3.7 52.96 46.37 7 51.20 19 52.03 50.70 +.78 +1.8 HorGKWld N KLDW 35.73 30.28 3 34.25 19 34.29 33.78 +.28 +2.3 HoizWear n N WEAR 17.90 Horz Saba n N CEFS 23.00 19.87 49 20.11 56 20.12 19.98 +.11 -6.0sHrzProSp n N FANZ 23.41 19.92 1 23.41 4 23.45 23.28 +.19 +5.1 Hormel s N HRL .75 2.0 23 38.00 29.75 1526 37.58 9151 37.78 36.85 +.62 +3.3sHornbeck N HOS 5.35 2.07 232 5.18 2615 5.35 4.40 +.47 +66.6 Hortonwks Q HDP 22.00 12.09 423 19.24 2896 19.64 18.76 -.07 -4.3 HospPT Q HPT 2.12f 7.4 11 31.27 23.83 290 28.77 3053 29.16 28.46 -.16 -3.6 HostHotls N HST 1.00a 4.7 18 22.47 17.26 3562 21.18 28000 21.62 20.96 -.14 +6.7 HostessBr n Q TWNK 25 16.49 11.00 783 13.60 3288 14.28 13.36 -.51 -8.2 HoughMH Q HMHC 12.30 6.20 286 7.90 2101 8.65 7.85 -.40 -15.1 HoulihnL n N HLI 1.08 2.1 20 52.86 34.41 135 50.65 931 51.70 50.12 -.23 +11.5 HstnAEn A HUSA .80 .22 375 .26 3896 .32 .25 +.00 -21.2 HoustWC Q HWCC .12m 1.5 9.32 4.70 39 8.03 168 8.60 8.00 -.53 +11.5 HovnEn pf A Q HOVNP 8.47 5.50 6.08 2 6.56 5.80 -.20 -18.9 HovnanE N HOV 3.41 1.55 429 1.72 2948 1.79 1.68 -.02 -48.7 HowardBcp Q HBMD 28 24.20 16.70 29 17.50 217 18.55 17.30 -.70 -20.5sHHughes N HHC 30 141.07 114.28 215 142.01 1320 142.36 137.27 +3.51 +8.2 HuanPwr N HNP 2.45e 8.6 30.60 23.64 29 28.42 230 28.49 27.36 +1.50 +13.7 HuazhuGr Q HTHT 34 49.60 19.35 671 41.58 5547 44.33 40.04 -.54 +15.2 HubGroup Q HUBG 29 54.46 33.18 206 50.90 806 52.50 50.61 +.35 +6.3 Hubbell N HUBB 3.08 2.7 22 149.03 100.55 330 113.36 2406 113.99 108.60 +4.79 -16.2 HubSpot N HUBS 143.00 64.93 229 131.95 1761 133.10 126.28 +1.95 +49.3tHudBayM g N HBM .02 8 10.25 5.10 450 5.20 2824 5.65 5.10 -.15 -40.9 HudsonGbl Q HSON .20 11.4 2.44 1.26 88 1.75 128 1.80 1.65 +.10 -22.2 HudsPacP N HPP 1.00 2.8 29 36.06 28.25 367 35.58 2549 35.89 35.25 -.09 +3.9 HudsonTc Q HDSN 36 10.40 1.93 232 2.16 2322 2.39 2.12 -.01 -64.4 HugotnR N HGT .09e 14.2 2 1.95 .55 42 .64 520 .69 .63 -.03 -54.6sHumana N HUM 2.00f .6 27 319.44 229.84 462 317.12 3160 319.44 309.51 +8.10 +27.8 HuntCoFn N HCFT .40m 11.6 5 4.98 2.55 21 3.40 214 3.45 3.40 -.06 -15.0 HuntJB Q JBHT .96 .8 19 131.74 88.83 2008 121.83 5889 125.86 120.72 -.21 +6.0 HunterMar Q HUNT 9.88 9.68 0 9.84 50 9.85 9.84 -.04 +.8 HuntBncsh Q HBAN .44 3.0 16 16.60 12.14 9413 14.65 44358 15.28 14.50 -.22 +.6 HuntBcs pf Q HBANO 1.56 5.8 28.68 25.75 22 26.84 130 27.14 26.69 -.09 -4.6 HuntB pfC Q HBANN 1.47 5.7 26.85 24.76 0 26.00 5 26.00 25.77 +.01 -.1 HuntgUSEq N HUSE 1.86e .6 41.12 37.35 15 40.89 140 41.00 40.43 +.27 +6.6 HuntgtnEco N HECO .47e .2 44.87 39.67 0 42.64 2 43.05 42.36 +.41 +2.3 Str 7handl n Q HNDL 25.98 23.65 1 24.18 114 24.39 24.13 +.11 -3.6 HuntgtnIng N HII 2.88 1.3 21 276.69 190.90 224 224.98 1465 225.99 218.90 +7.34 -4.5 Huntsmn N HUN .65 2.2 10 36.09 24.51 1950 29.59 11006 30.61 28.95 -.36 -11.1 Hurco Q HURC .44 1.0 17 50.50 32.75 7 44.50 60 46.20 44.25 -.85 +5.7sHuronCon Q HURN 44.45 29.53 58 43.55 533 44.45 41.95 +1.20 +7.7 HutChMd n Q HCM 42.25 21.44 25 31.67 624 32.97 29.33 +1.05 -19.7tHuttigBld Q HBP 7.75 4.41 48 4.62 262 4.90 4.41 -.07 -30.5 Huya n N HUYA 50.82 15.25 7376 36.93 63297 39.85 28.83 +8.39 +130.0 Hyatt N H .60 .7 38 84.89 54.38 463 81.22 3352 81.34 78.91 +1.12 +10.4 Hydrognc Q HYGS 12.00 6.75 10 7.15 77 7.45 7.10 -.20 -35.6tHyreCar n Q HYRE 6.50 4.15 256 4.87 1872 5.13 4.15 +.17 -4.5 HysterYale N HY 1.21 1.9 17 93.90 62.62 28 64.22 156 67.75 64.16 -1.32 -24.6I -:I-AMCap n Q IAM 11.94 9.75 6 9.86 7 10.25 9.86 -.94 -.1 I-AMCap rt Q IAMXR .51 .21 .34 5 .34 .34 -.01 +14.3 i3 Vert n Q IIIV 19.50 13.79 56 16.63 464 17.45 15.60 +1.03 -9.4 IAC Inter Q IAC 1.36 .9 58 166.64 98.91 465 154.56 2980 157.74 150.67 -.94 +26.4 IAMGld g N IAG 1.52f 26.3 96 7.25 4.80 1306 5.77 9597 6.16 5.76 -.31 -1.0 ICAD Q ICAD 4.89 2.91 54 3.06 250 3.13 2.97 +.02 -11.1 ICC Hld n Q ICCH 75 18.00 14.54 15.80 5 16.00 15.65 -.19 -2.9 ICF Intl Q ICFI .56 .7 23 76.13 41.10 89 74.95 548 75.95 72.55 +1.90 +42.8 ICICI Bk N IBN .16e 2.0 11.26 7.75 7021 7.90 33948 8.12 7.86 -.11 -18.8 ICU Med Q ICUI 313.20 164.00 98 299.25 812 299.35 290.25 +3.95 +38.5 IClickInt n Q ICLK 11.40 5.03 279 6.54 940 6.60 6.05 +.14 -27.7 ID Syst Q IDSY 8.05 5.37 3 6.13 18 6.27 6.05 +.04 -11.7sIdexxLab s Q IDXX 72 237.94 146.09 199 238.15 2290 238.72 226.43 +12.62 +52.3 IDT Cp N IDT 1.00f 17.4 16.48 4.87 151 5.74 945 5.87 5.52 +.11 -45.8 IEC Elec A IEC 6.80 3.42 222 5.84 929 6.75 5.65 -.51 +41.7 IES Hldgs Q IESC 25 19.35 14.05 12 17.75 81 17.75 17.05 +.45 +2.9sIF Bancp Q IROQ .20f .8 29 24.81 19.10 1 24.76 5 24.81 24.25 -.01 +25.9 IFresh n Q IFMK 18.00 4.56 13 5.06 43 5.30 4.62 -.28 -61.0sIHS Mark Q INFO 30 53.07 42.40 1453 52.27 9640 53.16 46.17 -.38 +15.8 II-VI Q IIVI 28 53.08 34.05 252 43.45 1913 44.32 42.00 +1.40 -7.5 ILG Inc Q ILG .70 2.1 39 35.00 24.38 1137 34.05 6156 34.41 33.82 +.27 +19.6tIMV Inc n Q IMV 7.21 4.71 1 4.78 37 5.09 4.71 -.22 -30.5 ING N ING .14e 1.0 20.58 14.14 965 14.58 7662 14.89 14.48 -.17 -21.0 ING 6.125 N ISG 1.53 5.9 26.37 25.20 32 25.78 718 26.02 25.74 -.21 +.9 ING 6.375 N ISF 1.59 6.1 26.40 25.40 48 26.11 344 26.37 26.07 -.29 +1.6sINTLFCStn Q INTL 17 53.60 33.11 37 53.52 259 53.87 51.69 +1.66 +25.8 ION Geo rs N IO 32.45 3.20 120 24.90 795 26.30 24.20 -.45 +26.1 IPG Photon Q IPGP 37 264.11 147.02 239 232.88 1498 234.98 222.06 +7.61 +8.8 iPass Q IPAS 1.34 .25 110 .35 1012 .38 .31 +.01 -32.7 iPicEnt n Q IPIC 17.00 6.75 20 8.05 75 9.18 7.91 -.48 -46.8 IQ M Ins n N MMIN 29.89 24.66 1 24.90 13 25.01 24.81 +.10 -1.3 IQ HdgMult N QAI 33.13 29.39 48 30.61 722 30.63 30.47 +.08 +.6 IQ Hedge N MCRO 27.20 25.64 26.32 0 26.32 26.32 +.10 -.9 IQ HdgLgS N QLS 24.53 20.91 0 22.08 2 22.10 22.00 +.24 +.8 IQ US Lg n Q CLRG .08e 27.80 24.16 673 25.24 1488 25.53 25.16 +.17 -.2 IQ Ch SC n N CSML 29.96 23.89 826 29.16 924 29.80 28.95 -.19 +4.0 IQ HdgEv N QED 22.00 20.76 1 21.39 4 21.43 21.33 +.07 +2.4 IQ HiYlVl n N HYLV 25.58 22.89 21 24.15 24 24.17 24.06 +.10 -4.0 IQ CorePl n N AGGP 20.27 18.67 848 19.17 980 19.19 19.12 -.01 -3.9 IQ CoreBd n N AGGE 19.86 18.22 480 18.71 485 18.73 18.67 -.02 -4.4 IQ GTAA N QGTA 25.44 23.11 0 23.95 7 24.03 23.86 +.14 -1.9 IQ 50HJpn N HFXJ 23.96 19.89 21.37 1 21.41 21.37 +.34 -5.3 IQ 50HgEur N HFXE 21.45 19.16 3 19.79 8 19.87 19.58 +.08 -2.7 IQ 50HIntl N HFXI 22.80 20.05 59 20.96 2682 21.10 20.74 +.04 -3.2 IQ RealRtn N CPI 27.90 27.17 2 27.86 65 27.88 27.81 +.04 +1.6 IQUSReSC N ROOF 1.43e 5.4 27.77 22.60 6 26.72 110 27.20 26.67 -.37 +1.5 IQMrgArb N MNA 31.92 30.25 86 31.06 295 31.13 30.90 +.09 IQ AustSC N KROO .88e 4.4 20.49 16.56 19.82 +1.4 IQ AgriSC N CROP .41e 1.3 35.99 31.64 1 32.12 3 32.76 32.01 -.43 -8.0 IQ GlbRes N GRES .10e .4 29.30 24.87 133 27.24 154 27.74 27.12 -.25 -4.6 IQIYI n Q IQ 46.23 15.30 26107 33.95 167100 35.40 29.82 +4.03 +118.3 IQVIA Hldg N IQV 13 110.67 87.45 1259 107.27 5978 107.71 101.94 +5.56 +9.6 IRSA N IRS 32.97 16.51 9 18.27 328 19.08 18.08 -.03 -38.3 IRSA Prop Q IRCP 1.86e 5.9 64.68 27.29 10 31.40 53 32.25 30.01 +1.19 -44.4sIRhythm n Q IRTC 89.73 40.12 143 85.16 1278 89.73 82.86 -2.87 +51.9 iRobot Q IRBT 36 109.78 55.77 407 80.35 3402 82.36 75.20 -.52 +4.8 iShGold N IAU 13.11 11.61 12090 11.90 61330 12.13 11.89 -.13 -4.9 iShGSCI N GSG 18.31 13.70 368 17.18 2056 17.86 16.90 -.50 +5.5 iSAstla N EWA 1.01e 4.4 24.19 21.39 1154 22.83 9630 23.18 22.44 -.15 -1.5 iSAstria N EWO .37e 1.6 27.41 21.37 33 22.78 851 23.03 22.44 +.03 -7.5 iShBelg N EWK .51e 2.5 23.00 19.43 14 20.15 288 20.28 20.01 +.01 -4.1 iShBrazil N EWZ .67e 2.0 47.85 30.98 22724 34.05 104112 34.10 32.69 +.87 -15.8 iShCanada N EWC .48e 1.7 30.60 26.65 1387 29.07 11649 29.13 28.62 +.29 -1.9 iShEMU N EZU .86e 2.0 47.13 40.28 3089 41.96 30780 42.34 41.39 +.03 -3.3 iSFrance N EWQ .58e 1.8 33.73 28.67 420 31.37 2827 31.52 30.81 +.20 +.5 iShGerm N EWG .60e 2.0 35.87 29.32 2150 30.63 11665 30.97 30.24 -.02 -7.2 iSh HK N EWH .61e 2.5 26.93 23.26 5945 24.43 24816 24.57 24.10 +.25 -3.9 iSh SKor N EWY .65e 1.0 79.07 65.40 2499 66.20 11325 67.12 65.48 +.04 -11.7 iShMexico N EWW .78e 1.6 57.82 43.55 3482 50.25 24196 51.36 50.06 -.18 +1.9 iShNeth N EWN .66e 2.1 34.09 29.02 151 31.09 1433 31.24 30.65 +.22 -2.0 iSPacxJpn N EPP 1.66e 3.6 50.34 44.01 87 46.34 711 46.85 45.70 -.04 -3.1 iShSoAfr N EZA 1.02e 1.7 76.53 53.17 410 58.88 2773 60.69 57.91 +.18 -15.9 iShSpain N EWP .99e 3.2 36.38 29.62 380 30.98 2873 31.97 30.84 -.66 -5.5 iSSwedn N EWD .76e 2.5 36.71 29.81 145 30.80 756 31.38 30.54 -.14 -9.1 iShSwitz N EWL .75e 2.3 37.84 31.94 588 33.29 3161 33.38 32.86 +.12 -6.4 iShFrntr100 N FM .30e 1.0 36.19 27.95 221 29.14 921 29.29 28.92 +.24 -12.0 iShGlHiY bt A GHYG 2.09e 4.2 51.63 48.61 6 49.21 64 49.21 48.98 +.20 -2.5 iShxUSH bt A HYXU .92e 1.7 57.19 50.68 7 52.67 36 52.80 52.33 +.09 -3.3 iShEMCBd bt A CEMB 2.28 4.7 51.78 47.96 2 48.57 18 48.57 48.22 +.36 -5.1 iShEMkHY N EMHY 3.98 8.5 51.12 44.85 132 46.73 1546 46.76 46.36 +.27 -6.5 iShAsiaPDv N DVYA 2.29e 5.1 51.42 44.06 2 45.18 11 45.91 45.03 -.51 -9.8 iShEmMDv N DVYE 1.83e 4.6 46.11 38.46 31 39.92 287 40.37 39.57 +.05 -4.6 iShGblSilv N SLVP .29e 2.9 12.00 9.34 17 10.02 59 10.49 10.01 -.35 -7.5 iShGblEnP N FILL .59e 2.5 24.50 17.91 4 23.42 67 23.98 23.17 +.32 +8.7 iShGblAgri N VEGI .55e 2.0 31.00 26.64 41 28.16 56 28.90 28.13 -.40 -4.1 iShMsciWld N URTH 1.57e 1.8 94.23 80.10 153 89.39 210 89.56 88.39 +.84 +1.5 iShEMAsia Q EEMA 1.23e 1.8 81.27 64.38 51 69.37 251 69.80 68.17 +.88 -5.9 iShEMktSC N EEMS .89e 1.9 57.36 46.63 28 48.10 106 48.23 47.23 +.52 -9.4 iShEMkBd N LEMB .42e .9 50.78 43.94 49 44.84 1467 45.29 44.60 +.02 -7.0 iShWldMnV N ACWV 1.93e 2.3 88.22 78.14 247 84.79 627 84.81 84.01 +.72 +.6 iSEMMnVol N EEMV 1.15e 2.0 65.55 55.10 270 58.62 1504 58.74 57.76 +.87 -3.5 iShJpnSC N SCJ 1.81e 2.4 85.34 68.53 32 75.92 336 77.18 75.00 -.05 -4.9 iShThai N THD 1.88e 2.2 103.71 76.79 90 84.18 814 84.98 83.20 +.78 -9.0 iShIsrael N EIS .81e 1.5 55.29 46.67 1 53.04 89 53.24 52.57 +.29 +3.4 iShChile N ECH .71e 1.5 56.53 42.42 110 46.21 1089 46.72 45.62 +.47 -11.4 iShBRIC N BKF .54e 1.3 50.94 37.52 15 42.63 201 42.88 41.82 +.51 -4.2 iShsUSA N EUSA .67e 1.2 59.06 50.11 13 57.74 121 58.10 57.30 +.49 +4.1tiShTurkey Q TUR 1.10e 4.1 47.13 25.99 565 26.64 5798 31.53 25.99 -4.48 -38.7 iShSilver N SLV 17.14 14.44 8574 14.88 37066 15.25 14.82 -.20 -6.9 iShS&P100 N OEF 1.92e 1.6 127.67 106.51 354 123.83 2071 123.97 122.06 +2.35 +4.4 iShMrnLV N JKF 2.46e 2.4 112.57 95.13 8 103.42 23 103.94 102.72 +.96 -2.1 iShAcwiMV N HACV 29.95 27.42 2 29.84 2 29.84 29.54 +.26 +.2 iShIntTBd s Q IGOV 201.98 48.33 48 49.22 640 49.61 48.95 -.31 -1.4siShMrnLG N JKE 1.20e .7 180.60 139.57 9 180.90 58 180.93 177.40 +4.16 +15.6 iShNewZea Q ENZL 2.01e 4.2 51.06 44.71 13 48.25 84 49.41 48.05 -1.16 +1.6 iSh1-3yITB Q ISHG .20e .2 87.67 81.21 2 82.18 12 82.97 81.95 -.65 -2.4 iShMrnLC N JKD 2.24e 1.4 167.90 145.91 12 158.21 100 158.65 156.78 +1.75 -.4 iShBrazSC N EWZS .40e 3.1 18.14 12.00 190 13.03 605 13.05 12.54 +.30 -20.0 iShIntlPfd N IPFF .96e 5.5 19.76 17.15 6 17.47 227 17.59 17.30 +.08 -6.3 iShSPTUS s N ITOT 65.40 55.13 696 64.45 5390 64.54 63.78 +.87 +5.4 iShSTNtMu N SUB .86 .8 106.40 104.31 67 105.18 334 105.23 105.00 +.18 +.3 iShAgcyBd N AGZ 1.81 1.6 114.58 110.49 13 111.40 110 111.43 111.08 +.11 -1.5 iShSelDiv Q DVY 3.03e 3.1 102.32 90.47 488 98.92 2651 99.69 98.62 -.34 +.4 iShGTimb Q WOOD .94e 1.2 83.88 60.22 42 77.99 167 79.40 77.72 -.62 +9.6 iShTIPS N TIP 1.69e 1.5 115.26 111.04 1342 112.86 4869 112.91 112.52 -.15 -1.1 iShEurFn Q EUFN .74e 3.6 25.85 19.86 1445 20.38 6498 20.80 20.22 -.21 -12.6 iShAsiaexJ Q AAXJ 1.30e 1.8 83.52 66.99 374 71.97 3787 72.45 70.72 +.87 -5.7 iShChinaLC N FXI .87e 2.0 54.00 39.35 16474 42.90 102561 43.25 41.92 +.56 -7.1 iShTransp N IYT 1.70e .9 206.73 162.38 108 189.81 874 192.94 187.38 +1.33 -.9 iShChinaSC N ECNS 1.73e 3.4 56.49 45.00 1 50.27 26 50.49 48.55 +1.15 -.6 iSCorSP500 N IVV 4.38e 1.6 288.69 242.48 3123 281.43 18546 281.89 278.42 +4.22 +4.7 iSMornMC N JKG 2.32e 1.2 194.94 166.17 5 187.88 40 188.38 183.34 +1.75 +1.2 iShEMInfr Q EMIF .93e 3.3 35.28 27.44 2 28.61 18 28.69 28.38 +.16 -13.0 iShGClnEn Q ICLN .33e 3.7 10.08 8.50 32 8.92 243 9.01 8.84 +.04 -4.3 iShUSAgBd N AGG 2.65e 2.3 110.66 105.00 2236 106.51 14182 106.52 106.19 +.09 -2.6 iShEMkts N EEM .59e 1.3 52.08 41.25 40515 43.85 297332 44.20 43.06 +.44 -6.9 iShACWX Q ACWX 1.00e 2.1 53.74 45.33 472 47.83 1587 48.12 47.13 +.25 -4.2 iShiBoxIG N LQD 3.87 3.3 121.85 113.72 4274 115.70 23456 115.81 115.03 +.52 -4.8 iSh ACWI Q ACWI 1.43e 2.0 77.54 65.22 1246 72.66 10091 72.77 71.74 +.78 +.8 iSKokusai N TOK 1.60e 2.4 69.65 59.38 1 66.05 11 66.05 65.51 +.84 +2.2 iShCorUSTr N GOVT .33 1.3 25.60 24.26 1550 24.63 4873 24.65 24.57 -1.8 iSEafeSC Q SCZ 1.51e 2.4 69.19 57.25 1275 62.75 6365 63.33 62.11 +.21 -2.7 iSGblTelcm N IXP 2.31e 4.2 62.55 53.47 12 55.50 66 56.03 55.31 -.11 -8.3 iShEMBd Q EMB 5.27e 4.8 117.46 105.17 1833 109.07 15421 109.10 108.20 +.81 -6.1 iShGblTech N IXN 1.10e .6 173.28 131.17 177 170.69 4359 170.99 167.55 +3.44 +11.1 iShAaa-ACp N QLTA 1.51e 3.0 53.16 50.03 4 50.79 45 50.82 50.53 +.17 -3.9siSMrnMCG N JKH .59e .3 227.03 180.50 4 226.80 26 227.25 223.94 +3.18 +12.0 iShIndones N EIDO .35e 1.5 30.61 21.90 627 23.55 6462 23.62 23.18 +.64 -17.2siSSP500Gr N IVW 2.03e 1.2 168.96 136.67 357 169.14 2474 169.32 166.20 +3.44 +10.7 iShNYMun s N NYF 56.36 54.26 13 54.89 49 54.89 54.71 +.14 -1.6 iShGblHcr s N IXJ 61.56 53.45 76 58.97 332 59.01 57.91 +1.08 iShGnmaBd Q GNMA .75e 1.5 50.11 47.84 2 48.46 45 48.57 48.34 -.04 -2.1 iShGblFin N IXG 1.28e 2.0 76.01 63.00 24 64.91 356 65.73 64.40 +.20 -7.2 iShUSAQlt N QUAL 1.04e 1.2 88.63 73.62 230 85.91 2200 85.98 84.94 +1.17 +3.6 iSSPGlbEn N IXC 1.01e 2.7 39.50 30.53 183 37.61 845 38.47 37.17 +.14 +5.8 iShCalMn s N CMF 59.75 57.68 74 58.67 327 58.71 58.49 +.10 -.8 iSh CMBS N CMBS 1.00 2.0 52.29 49.27 56 50.04 143 50.14 49.70 +.11 -2.4 iShUSASize N SIZE 1.26e 1.5 88.35 75.90 33 85.89 203 86.23 85.34 +.71 +2.4 iSGblInfra N IGF 1.27e 2.9 46.80 41.66 106 43.65 1014 44.06 43.21 -.27 -3.5 iShNANatR N IGE .85e 2.3 38.33 30.59 119 37.08 369 37.85 36.65 +.12 +4.6 iSh JPXNik N JPXN 70.78 57.50 0 62.10 57 62.71 61.59 +.18 -4.4 iShUSAVal N VLUE 1.49e 1.8 89.40 73.08 189 84.49 1584 85.07 83.77 +.82 +1.0 iShLatAm N ILF .60e 1.9 39.54 28.68 1970 31.14 6166 31.19 30.44 +.34 -8.9 iShUSAMo N MTUM .81e .7 114.69 89.85 904 113.36 6380 113.70 111.40 +2.35 +9.9 iShMrnMCV N JKI 2.72e 1.7 168.36 144.10 4 161.51 24 163.01 161.19 -.30 +1.3 iShPhilpns N EPHE .20e .6 40.19 28.80 201 30.99 986 31.02 29.93 +.68 -20.2 iSSP500Val N IVE 2.14e 1.9 121.12 103.71 459 112.35 4027 112.90 111.68 +1.00 -1.7 iShNMuBd N MUB 2.59 2.4 111.66 107.56 342 109.26 1874 109.26 108.90 +.26 -1.3 iShUKSC bt A EWUS 1.38e 3.2 46.20 37.79 0 43.50 2 43.71 42.94 +.34 -.3 iSRTop200V N IWX 1.17e 2.3 55.82 48.02 14 51.37 86 51.71 51.17 +.39 -2.0 iShIntlDev N WPS 1.16e 3.0 42.27 36.39 54 38.22 416 38.80 38.06 -.22 -3.3 iShAsia50 N AIA 1.02e 1.6 72.96 56.57 70 62.55 296 63.23 61.46 +.50 -5.3 iSh20 yrT N TLT 3.05 2.5 129.57 116.09 4079 122.72 27477 122.87 121.81 -.03 -3.3siSRTop200G N IWY .82e 1.0 81.21 64.33 84 81.42 252 81.46 79.83 +1.88 +11.3 iSh7-10yTB Q IEF 1.96 1.9 108.81 100.33 2892 102.61 13246 102.64 102.21 -2.8 iShRTop200 N IWL 1.02e 1.6 66.19 55.27 5 64.78 74 64.80 63.92 +1.11 +5.4 iShIntSelDv N IDV 1.51e 4.3 35.93 31.67 327 32.70 2152 33.03 32.33 -.11 -3.2 iSh1-3yTB Q SHY .52 .6 84.72 83.09 1241 83.25 7040 83.26 83.20 -.02 -.7 iS Eafe N EFA 1.66e 2.4 75.27 64.74 17207 67.79 105853 68.27 66.86 +.21 -3.6 iShGerSC bt A EWGS .69e 1.1 70.42 52.78 9 61.78 29 62.18 61.08 +.37 -4.0 iShEurRE Q IFEU 1.46e 3.6 42.63 36.57 4 40.09 95 40.45 39.84 -.31 -2.6 iSRusMCV N IWS 1.59e 1.8 92.95 81.56 538 89.55 1919 90.22 89.25 +.19 +.4 iShCrLTBd N ILTB 2.54 4.2 65.21 59.00 39 60.98 90 61.03 60.39 +.43 -5.9 iSRusMCG N IWP 1.02e .8 131.99 106.74 127 131.12 688 131.50 129.23 +1.97 +8.7 iShIntlRE Q IFGL 1.48e 5.1 31.77 27.88 18 29.29 184 29.66 29.10 -.15 -2.4 iShEuroSC Q IEUS 1.08e 1.9 62.36 51.51 20 56.69 118 57.37 56.23 +.10 -2.0 iShNorC bt A ENOR .58e 2.1 29.21 22.13 98 27.46 222 28.67 27.41 -.63 +6.4 iShRusMid N IWR 2.85e 1.3 220.02 188.02 92 216.62 717 217.30 215.05 +1.59 +4.1 iShMrnSC N JKJ 1.78e 1.0 185.03 153.97 2 182.74 8 184.60 181.98 +.03 +4.9 iShIreland N EIRL .55e 1.1 50.12 42.91 2 48.50 22 48.50 47.61 +.72 +1.1siSCorSPMid N IJH 1.89e .9 201.21 168.25 1161 199.24 6633 201.21 198.18 +.72 +5.0 iSh10yCBd N CLY 2.67 4.5 63.67 57.32 233 59.19 395 59.24 58.42 +.62 -6.3 iShiBxHYB N HYG 5.09 5.9 89.04 84.07 9880 85.61 53367 85.72 85.30 +.28 -1.9 iShFinlC bt A EFNL .51e 1.2 45.01 38.26 1 40.98 47 42.02 40.87 -.04 +4.0siShSft N IGV .12e .1 196.27 137.14 292 196.23 1468 196.52 187.83 +7.46 +27.0 iShCorUS n N FTY 51.01 43.20 180 49.64 831 50.16 49.41 -.40 +.1 iShDenC bt A EDEN .81e 1.2 71.11 62.84 4 66.51 96 66.63 65.28 +1.46 -1.6 iShs SOX Q SOXX 1.55e .9 198.84 142.51 267 181.92 2788 186.53 179.76 -1.10 +7.1 iShIndia50 Q INDY .15e .4 39.29 33.37 37 36.15 781 36.35 35.38 +.90 -2.6 iShNetw N IGN .25e .5 55.29 44.16 104 54.12 155 54.91 53.48 +.45 +11.6siShNATch N IGM .73e .4 202.65 145.55 30 202.32 271 202.76 197.70 +4.63 +19.9 iShNsdBio s Q IBB 119.30 100.22 1342 118.35 12252 118.77 115.44 +2.14 +10.8 iShResRE N REZ 2.01e 3.2 66.52 53.83 22 63.30 59 64.20 63.18 -.90 +1.7 iSh2019Mun N IBMH .27 1.1 25.65 24.92 156 25.40 237 25.42 25.37 +.3 iShC&SRE N ICF 2.97e 3.0 104.37 88.40 98 100.67 464 101.95 100.20 -.93 -.6 iShKLDSoc N DSI 1.11e 1.1 106.16 88.85 20 104.51 171 104.65 103.08 +1.60 +6.4 iShGbl100 s N IOO 49.47 42.11 80 47.10 440 47.12 46.36 +.62 +2.6 iSh2018Mu N IBMG .23 .9 25.54 25.32 27 25.41 59 25.43 25.39 +.01 +.1 iShConsSv N IYC 1.50e .7 200.56 160.53 13 200.35 110 200.50 197.18 +4.06 +11.8 iShMBS Q MBB 3.04e 2.4 107.76 102.93 475 104.17 5014 104.20 103.84 +.06 -2.3 iShGvCrBd N GBF 2.86 2.6 115.65 109.28 1 110.70 34 110.88 110.41 +.06 -2.8 iShIndia bt A INDA .24e .7 38.21 32.16 2235 34.10 18661 34.28 33.50 +.77 -5.5 iSR1KVal N IWD 2.41e 2.0 131.56 114.01 993 123.02 6792 123.74 122.36 +.91 -1.1 iSMrnSCG N JKK .87e .4 211.03 156.02 1 206.12 12 210.32 202.45 +1.57 +14.9 iShPoland N EPOL .42e 1.9 30.19 21.30 133 22.49 1074 22.92 22.25 +.11 -17.0 iSMCGth N IJK 1.88e .8 233.09 190.88 91 230.76 539 232.21 229.34 +1.52 +6.9 iShIntGvC N GVI 1.99 1.8 111.75 106.93 17 107.70 238 107.74 107.50 -.03 -1.9siSR1KGr N IWF 1.45e 1.0 149.06 118.59 1086 149.31 7007 149.45 146.53 +3.22 +10.9 iSIndiaSC bt A SMIN .10e .2 55.13 40.79 32 42.56 410 43.20 42.46 +.46 -19.0 iShCorUSCr Q CRED 4.20 3.9 112.93 106.38 252 107.94 506 107.98 107.37 +.43 -3.7 iSRus1K N IWB 2.36e 1.5 159.31 134.02 853 155.93 7704 156.16 154.30 +2.25 +4.9siSR2KVal N IWN 1.98e 1.5 136.50 112.01 515 133.97 2569 136.50 133.53 -1.05 +6.5 iShIntCrBd Q CIU 3.09 2.9 110.70 105.71 314 106.59 7214 106.62 106.06 +.25 -2.4 iSh1-3CrBd Q CSJ 1.52 1.5 105.61 103.47 329 103.67 2760 103.69 103.56 +.05 -.8 iSR2KGr N IWO 1.36e .6 214.74 162.12 815 211.21 3589 212.90 209.42 +.06 +13.1 iSh10-20TB N TLH 2.99 2.3 140.10 127.49 14 131.74 83 131.82 131.12 -.07 -3.1 iShFltRtB N FLOT .32 .6 51.10 50.79 966 50.94 8765 50.95 50.89 +.04 +.2 iShR2K N IWM 1.77e 1.1 170.20 134.12 15407 167.42 94239 169.87 166.64 -.83 +9.8 iSh3-7yTrB Q IEI 1.78 1.5 124.98 118.68 196 119.95 1145 119.96 119.66 +.01 -1.8 iShCorHiDv N HDV 2.90e 3.4 94.20 82.07 195 86.09 1338 86.91 85.90 +.07 -4.5 iSCorUSVal s Q IUSV 1.16e 2.1 58.64 50.22 295 54.70 1517 55.04 54.42 +.39 -1.3siSCorUSGr s Q IUSG .72e 1.2 59.37 47.78 298 59.45 1672 59.51 58.45 +1.15 +10.6 iShChina N MCHI .61e .9 76.72 54.29 2960 64.60 19688 65.44 63.22 +.56 -2.9 iShShtTrB Q SHV .03e 110.44 110.18 595 110.35 4011 110.36 110.31 +.03 +.1 iShUSPfd Q PFF 2.13a 5.7 39.28 36.52 5476 37.67 22609 38.05 37.62 -.33 -1.1 iSEafeMnV N EFAV 2.81e 3.9 76.51 68.23 323 71.98 2091 72.30 71.06 +.09 -1.4 iSRus3K N IWV 2.47e 1.5 169.20 142.71 441 166.59 874 166.90 164.95 +2.19 +5.3 iSGblMatl N MXI 1.02e 1.5 75.19 59.94 4 67.01 63 68.46 66.34 -.62 -4.4 iShUtils N IDU 4.54e 3.4 142.50 119.51 39 133.42 391 135.21 129.97 -1.79 +.4 iSUSAMinV N USMV .87e 1.6 55.45 48.48 940 54.60 6899 54.62 53.96 +.63 +3.4 iSMrnSCV N JKL 2.98e 1.9 158.15 134.66 5 154.43 24 156.94 153.46 -.60 +1.4siShMCVal N IJJ 2.16e 1.3 167.54 142.74 93 165.24 431 167.54 164.44 +.13 +3.2 iShGblUtil N JXI 1.99e 4.0 53.07 45.15 10 49.90 264 50.63 49.16 -.55 +.7 iShTelecm N IYZ .68e 2.4 33.00 26.34 256 28.18 842 28.55 28.03 -.02 -4.2siShTech N IYW 1.20e .6 187.31 140.36 86 187.12 747 187.64 183.11 +3.92 +15.0 iShGblIndl N EXI 1.40e 1.6 100.28 84.04 10 89.48 91 89.68 88.20 +1.43 -3.7 iShGblCSt s N KXI 54.58 47.79 23 49.89 125 49.95 49.54 +.15 iShREst N IYR 2.76e 3.4 83.27 71.27 4589 81.32 27607 82.11 81.02 -.77 +.4 iSGblCnDis N RXI 1.39e 1.2 119.82 98.22 10 117.46 106 117.57 116.00 +1.96 +7.4 iSh0-5Tips N STIP 100.84 99.16 216 99.41 531 99.48 99.25 -.07 -.5 iShHmCnst N ITB .09e .2 46.56 33.10 1097 39.03 7737 39.43 38.43 +.25 -10.7 iShInds N IYJ 1.65e 1.1 158.32 129.07 31 148.07 257 148.30 145.64 +2.97 +.5 iShAerosp N ITA 1.31e .7 207.47 160.01 111 200.04 912 200.12 194.20 +6.41 +6.3 iShHltcare N IYH 3.01e 1.6 193.31 163.20 29 186.86 160 187.10 184.31 +3.10 +7.2 iShFinSv N IYG 1.21e .9 142.14 110.22 56 131.65 391 133.56 130.36 +1.47 +.9 iShRegBks N IAT .61e 1.2 54.74 41.83 99 49.39 543 51.09 49.13 -.31 +.2 iShInsur N IAK .82e 1.3 69.95 59.34 1 62.84 33 63.72 62.45 +.57 -5.6 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 60

iShFincls N IYF 1.45e 1.2 126.54 105.78 201 119.17 1031 120.31 118.52 +.96 -.2 iShBroker N IAI .65e 1.0 70.58 51.86 35 64.76 171 65.38 64.26 +.77 +3.2 iShUSEngy N IYE 1.14e 2.7 43.75 33.70 420 42.10 2512 43.10 41.53 +.29 +6.2 iShESGSel N KLD 1.14e 1.0 119.20 101.54 8 115.70 63 115.93 114.39 +1.44 +4.2siShCrSPS s N IJR 87.14 66.77 3374 85.85 17704 87.14 85.38 -.37 +11.8siShMedDev N IHI 1.57e .8 206.94 160.37 123 206.63 608 207.42 204.29 +1.95 +19.1 iShConsGd N IYK 2.43e 2.0 130.93 111.06 8 120.34 81 120.56 119.21 +.92 -5.0siShHltcPrv N IHF .24e .1 184.03 139.65 33 183.89 138 184.21 180.77 +3.67 +17.2 iShCorTInt N IXUS 1.28e 2.1 67.93 57.09 248 60.69 2104 61.06 59.81 +.30 -3.8 iShPharm N IHE 3.11e .9 166.06 139.28 8 159.04 38 159.82 156.69 +2.16 +3.0 iShBasM N IYM 1.42e 1.4 108.32 89.47 80 99.92 309 101.72 99.18 +.30 -2.2 iShPeru N EPU .70e 1.8 44.95 33.64 222 38.94 657 39.85 38.10 -.08 -5.0 iShCorEafe N IEFA 1.56e 2.4 70.84 60.44 5700 64.00 24878 64.43 63.11 +.19 -3.2 iShOilEq N IEZ .86e 2.3 40.89 29.57 61 36.77 525 38.14 36.12 +.34 +2.4 iShDJ US N IYY 2.01e 1.4 143.07 120.95 11 140.46 79 140.58 139.00 +2.00 +5.1 iShO&GEx N IEO 1.06e 1.4 77.84 50.49 81 75.01 621 77.23 73.66 +.47 +15.5 iShAggrAllo N AOA .98e 1.8 56.94 51.15 30 53.86 264 53.96 53.29 +.43 iShCrShUS s Q ISTB 50.47 48.89 109 49.06 697 49.06 48.99 +.01 -1.6 iShEurope N IEV 1.12e 2.5 50.81 43.96 400 45.55 2265 45.89 44.89 +.09 -3.6 iShGroAllo N AOR .81e 1.8 46.77 43.15 69 44.65 315 44.65 44.26 +.33 -.6siSRusMic N IWC 1.08e 1.0 109.96 83.45 33 107.57 314 109.96 107.29 -1.30 +12.4 iShModAllo N AOM .71e 1.9 39.05 36.86 125 37.65 487 37.68 37.39 +.21 -1.0 iShMorMl bt A IYLD 1.33e 5.1 25.96 24.39 66 24.67 446 24.76 24.59 -.01 -4.5 iSMsciVal N EFV 1.66e 3.2 59.57 50.57 239 51.70 4106 52.51 51.23 -.32 -6.3siSSCVal N IJS 1.73e 1.0 170.40 132.50 362 167.03 1779 170.40 166.29 -1.36 +8.8 iShConsAllo N AOK .64e 1.9 35.27 33.64 40 34.12 211 34.15 33.93 +.10 -1.5 iShEafeGr N EFG 1.37e 1.7 85.81 73.20 87 79.98 651 80.06 78.56 +.83 -.9siShSCGrth Q IJT 1.54e .8 197.07 149.00 112 195.35 941 197.07 193.89 +.07 +14.8 iShiB3-20F s N IBCD 24.82 24.24 4 24.39 10 24.41 24.31 +.08 -.5 iShiB3-23x s N IBCE 24.76 23.38 2 23.64 12 23.64 23.55 +.08 -2.6 iShBd3-23 s N IBDD 26.95 25.50 523 25.69 559 25.69 25.56 +.05 -2.9 iShBd3-20 s N IBDC 26.38 25.81 9 25.92 50 25.97 25.86 +.02 -.6 iStar N STAR 4 12.26 9.75 427 10.71 1683 11.11 10.68 -.32 -5.2 iStar pfD N STARpD 2.00 7.9 26.12 24.29 1 25.44 10 25.56 25.30 +.07 +.3 iStar pfG N STARpG 1.91 7.6 25.94 24.21 3 25.15 5 25.15 24.88 +.08 -1.4 iStar pfI N STARpI 1.87 7.5 25.94 24.25 1 24.85 21 25.13 24.82 -.30 -1.3 ITT Inc N ITT .54 1.0 17 57.62 38.66 273 52.89 3599 53.97 51.41 +1.03 -.9 Itus Cp hrs Q ITUS 6.43 .60 52 3.20 351 3.47 3.16 -.13 +35.6 Iberiabnk Q IBKC 1.52 2.0 27 87.55 68.55 250 75.25 1278 79.25 75.20 -2.75 -2.9 Iberia pfB Q IBKCP 1.66 6.0 30.16 25.82 1 27.78 19 27.85 27.42 +.41 -2.1 Iberiab pfC Q IBKCO 1.65 6.0 28.92 26.21 0 27.28 9 27.50 27.23 -.12 -2.9sIcahn Ent Q IEP 7.00f 9.2 32 74.77 49.13 84 76.44 371 76.47 73.55 +2.43 +44.2 IchorHld n Q ICHR 10 35.51 17.76 716 20.61 4443 23.18 20.59 -1.37 -16.2sIcon PLC Q ICLR 35 140.26 97.10 180 138.35 1184 140.26 132.72 +5.60 +23.4 IconixBrnd Q ICON 1 6.98 .55 967 .62 6308 .75 .61 -.06 -51.6 Idacorp N IDA 2.36 2.5 23 100.04 79.59 175 93.18 942 94.51 90.92 -1.24 +2.0tIdealPower Q IPWR 3.29 .92 434 1.03 831 1.09 .92 -.04 -27.5 Identive lf Q INVE 5.91 2.55 14 4.46 83 4.51 4.08 +.50 +33.5tIderaPhm Q IDRA 2.87 1.02 3299 1.01 12870 1.44 1.00 -.40 -52.1 IDEX N IEX 1.72 1.2 30 150.72 110.25 361 138.65 1731 139.46 136.04 +1.69 +5.1 iKangHlth Q KANG 18 20.62 11.70 83 20.44 1189 20.58 20.42 -.12 +29.4 Ikonics Q IKNX 13.03 7.25 6 10.20 14 10.74 9.79 -.45 +35.6 ITW N ITW 3.12 2.2 30 179.07 135.07 1029 143.75 5959 144.72 139.90 +4.11 -13.8sIllumina Q ILMN 80 304.98 167.98 971 306.99 5077 308.52 285.21 +20.86 +40.5 ImageSens Q ISNS 5.20 2.50 15 4.30 44 4.30 4.05 +.15 +45.8 Imax Corp N IMAX 26.70 17.58 499 23.80 2405 24.00 22.55 +.90 +2.8 Immersn h Q IMMR 9 17.71 5.76 401 15.73 2755 16.45 15.01 +.12 +122.8 ImmuCell Q ICCC 76 9.25 5.26 2 6.87 89 8.09 6.75 +.07 -21.8 ImmuneDs Q IMDZ 13.05 2.80 72 4.65 451 5.00 4.60 -.30 +19.2 ImmuneP rs Q IMNP 2.99 .17 716 .21 6224 .24 .19 +.03 -63.2 ImunoCll rs A IMUC 1.60 .17 262 .25 1062 .26 .25 -.01 -22.5 ImunoGn Q IMGN 13.41 4.80 2444 10.12 13259 11.40 10.09 -1.14 +57.9 Imunmd Q IMMU 26.48 7.17 1341 25.58 8170 25.72 23.78 +1.38 +58.3 Immuron n Q IMRN 16.70 4.47 30 11.40 63 12.50 9.91 +1.38 +115.5 Immutep Q IMMP 3.06 1.25 15 2.60 229 2.75 2.58 +.02 +65.6 ImpacMtg A IMH 4 15.53 7.18 29 10.06 96 10.14 9.18 +.60 -1.0sImpOil g A IMO .57 1.7 68 34.20 25.91 183 33.98 1380 34.20 33.24 +.54 +8.9 Imperva Q IMPV 53.95 37.17 128 53.75 1226 53.85 49.03 +4.30 +35.4 Impinj n Q PI 55.90 9.95 176 23.79 1586 24.52 22.24 -.03 +5.6 ImprimisP Q IMMY 3.28 1.35 25 2.27 178 2.39 2.20 -.06 +33.5 IncOpR A IOR 28 14.25 8.51 0 13.08 12 13.43 12.12 -.33 +18.0 Incyte Q INCY 140.11 60.23 1176 70.19 9158 72.37 68.54 -.64 -25.9 IndCDrillg N ICD 5.48 2.72 112 4.42 573 4.88 4.40 -.29 +11.1 IndepHld N IHC .25f .7 12 39.85 20.53 5 34.05 42 36.00 33.90 -1.45 +24.0 IndepRT N IRT .78a 7.7 20 10.63 8.26 310 10.18 2435 10.37 10.17 -.14 +.9sIndBkMA Q INDB 1.52 1.9 23 88.15 65.25 34 78.50 297 88.15 78.20 -1.40 +12.4 IndBkMI Q IBCP .60 2.4 20 27.10 18.50 63 25.40 359 26.65 25.35 -.65 +13.6 IndepBkTX Q IBTX .56f .8 20 79.00 51.71 103 67.05 773 71.00 66.50 -1.10 -.8 IndiaFd N IFN 1.82e 1.9 28.81 23.71 29 24.65 291 24.75 24.39 +.33 -5.6 IndiaGCap A IGC 1.63 .30 398 .48 832 .50 .45 -.02 -52.4 IndoTel s N TLK .67 36.19 23.66 179 27.68 2468 28.41 27.33 +.71 -14.1 IndusAcq n Q INDU 11.74 9.65 9.92 147 9.97 9.92 -.01 +1.7 IndusAc un Q INDUU 10.60 9.95 10.55 52 10.55 10.53 +.01 +5.0 IndSvAm lf Q IDSA 2.70 1.34 2 1.91 11 1.95 1.88 +.04 +16.5 IndLogis n Q ILPT .27p 75 24.00 17.21 69 23.31 689 23.62 22.26 +.69 -.2 IndBach N IBA .87e 1.5 67.61 53.00 13 59.32 65 61.59 58.63 -1.50 +3.5 Infinera Q INFN 12.39 6.10 1745 9.62 6162 10.25 9.62 -.58 +52.0 InfinityPh Q INFI 3.75 .93 217 2.04 1173 2.08 1.95 +.05 +.5 InflaRx n Q IFRX 74 42.83 14.47 25 33.84 95 35.38 29.39 +1.84 +61.5 InfoSvcs Q III .20f 4.9 5 4.63 3.52 70 4.07 236 4.31 4.05 -.15 -2.4sInfosys N INFY .40e 2.0 18 20.09 13.88 13612 19.42 52690 20.09 19.10 +.27 +19.7 InfrREIT n N HIFR 1.00 4.5 18 23.22 17.60 101 21.99 701 22.79 21.65 -.68 +18.4 InfrEnAlt Q IEA 10.42 8.25 90 10.09 426 10.27 9.80 +.40 +1.7 InfuSystem A INFU 3.60 1.65 19 3.35 106 3.60 3.35 -.20 +45.7 IngerRd N IR 2.12f 2.3 21 97.67 79.63 789 91.05 5590 92.37 89.12 +1.18 +2.1sIngevity N NGVT 86.46 55.07 308 88.20 1058 88.86 84.41 +3.17 +25.2 InglesMk h Q IMKTA .66 2.2 13 36.95 20.75 43 29.75 343 32.88 29.35 -2.98 -14.0tIngredion N INGR 2.40 2.4 13 146.28 107.77 3024 99.46 4611 113.22 98.53 -12.38 -28.9 InnerWkgs Q INWK 25 12.03 8.19 111 8.78 659 9.01 8.31 -.16 -12.5 Innodata Q INOD 1.75 .88 26 1.07 60 1.10 1.05 +.02 -21.3 Innophos Q IPHS 1.92 3.9 44 51.34 38.66 53 49.26 280 49.47 47.63 +.57 +5.4sInnospec Q IOSP .88f 1.1 30 82.20 54.10 126 82.00 440 82.85 79.52 +2.25 +16.1 InnovBio rs Q INNT 50.50 3.43 102 23.70 773 25.98 20.03 +3.27 +288.5 MnstD wt h Q MSDIW .29 .01 .05 +2.0 InnovInd n N IIPR 1.00 2.9 39.75 15.72 87 34.51 411 36.30 34.45 -.97 +6.8 InnoInd pfA N IIPRpA 28.80 25.50 1 28.50 8 28.65 28.22 +.12 +2.0 InnovSolu Q ISSC 10 4.28 2.60 7 3.05 45 3.05 2.90 +.09 +3.7 Innoviva Q INVA 1.00 6.7 14 17.99 11.47 396 14.91 2948 14.99 14.39 +.33 +5.1 Innsuites A IHT .01 .7 3.70 1.23 20 1.52 544 2.48 1.49 -.28 -13.1sInogen Q INGN 209.72 89.01 189 198.50 1101 209.72 193.24 +6.64 +66.7 Inovalon n Q INOV .12p 17.80 8.90 297 10.45 1623 10.80 9.70 -.20 -30.3 InovioPhm Q INO 8.10 3.64 623 4.27 3262 4.52 4.27 -.14 +3.4 Inphi N IPHI 18 44.25 23.65 254 34.67 1877 35.28 33.32 +.81 -5.3 Inpixon rs Q INPX 29.28 .12 2284 .15 6262 .17 .14 -.00 -97.6 InseegoCp Q INSG 2.33 1.01 38 1.95 370 2.03 1.89 -.04 +21.1 InsightEnt Q NSIT 17 51.28 32.11 92 49.49 629 50.50 48.03 -.73 +29.3 InsightS n N INSI .80 4.3 21.10 18.04 17 18.62 95 18.69 18.52 +.03 -6.4 Insignia s Q ISIG .70e 2.40 .98 8 1.67 47 1.74 1.66 -.01 +40.3 Insmed Q INSM 33.94 11.49 246 25.34 2710 26.10 24.23 -.29 -18.7 Insperity s N NSP 32 101.90 35.03 218 96.80 1425 97.00 92.55 +.50 +68.8sInsprMed n N INSP 47.26 22.50 142 41.93 1696 47.26 36.18 +4.72 +67.9 InspEnt Q INSE 14.00 4.40 27 6.20 139 6.35 5.65 +.15 -36.7 InstlldBPd N IBP 30 79.40 50.95 111 55.15 705 57.55 54.10 -1.00 -27.4 Insteel Q IIIN .12a .4 26 35.60 23.20 67 33.58 457 35.52 32.75 -1.22 +18.6 Instructre n N INST 46.95 28.80 214 45.00 1639 46.35 44.10 +.75 +36.0 Insulet Q PODD 102.89 48.82 768 86.07 3164 91.09 85.79 -2.67 +24.7 InsysTher s Q INSY 14.00 4.10 243 7.66 1682 7.80 7.03 +.46 -20.4 IntecPhm n Q NTEC 9.80 4.00 60 4.60 165 4.66 4.50 -10.7sIntegerHl N ITGR 69.35 40.01 495 73.50 1260 73.94 66.00 +6.40 +62.3 IntegLfSc s Q IART 72 67.50 41.51 392 63.00 2787 64.49 62.58 -1.21 +31.6 IntgDv Q IDTI 35 35.40 23.07 658 34.19 3916 34.63 33.41 +.56 +15.0 IntegMed n Q IMTE 44.00 1.85 2 14.59 13 15.48 14.48 -.92 +159.1 Intel Q INTC 1.20 2.3 20 57.60 33.23 13748 52.22 98241 52.48 51.00 +.85 +13.1 Intellia n Q NTLA 35.99 14.45 577 32.60 3470 32.80 29.22 +1.16 +69.6 Intellichk A IDN 3.88 1.50 1 2.27 35 2.30 2.09 +.13 -11.3 IntellgSys A INS 9.90 3.50 7 9.40 51 9.72 9.00 +.48 +106.1 Intelliph Q IPCI 4 2.92 .32 79 .50 385 .54 .44 +.05 -37.5sIntelsat N I 21.05 2.44 5870 20.70 18743 21.48 17.41 +2.82 +510.6sIntParfum Q IPAR .84 1.5 39 55.50 35.55 90 55.45 321 55.85 53.30 +.35 +27.6 InterXion N INXN 67.19 44.26 362 63.30 2625 64.30 62.63 -.38 +7.4 InteractB Q IBKR .40 .7 35 80.32 36.23 542 61.50 4535 62.77 60.27 +.71 +3.9 InterceptP Q ICPT 135.59 51.05 367 97.10 3321 98.99 92.05 +3.10 +66.2 IntcntlExc s N ICE .88e 1.2 17 76.69 63.22 1243 74.70 8357 75.38 73.34 +1.60 +5.9 IntCtlHtls N IHG 69.23 49.03 78 65.40 393 65.44 63.39 +2.62 +3.0sInterDig Q IDCC 1.40 1.7 12 85.85 67.55 155 84.75 1330 85.85 83.95 +.90 +11.3 Interface Q TILE .26 1.1 24 26.25 18.30 199 23.55 1437 24.35 23.25 -.40 -6.4sIntergroup Q INTG 31.00 21.30 30.56 10 31.00 28.10 +1.66 +28.2 IntlnkEl n Q LINK 9.50 2.50 29 3.56 101 3.60 3.05 +.43 -31.8sIntermolec Q IMI 1.98 .86 29 1.76 272 1.98 1.76 -.19 +28.5 Internap rs Q INAP 22.36 8.88 150 11.88 966 12.38 11.22 -.29 -24.4 IntlBcsh Q IBOC .66 1.5 17 45.00 33.85 80 43.30 599 44.80 42.90 -.45 +9.1 IBM N IBM 6.28f 4.3 11 171.13 137.45 3063 145.90 18128 146.98 142.47 +3.42 -4.9 IntFlav N IFF 2.76f 2.2 33 157.40 122.11 297 128.26 2638 129.19 124.92 +3.05 -16.0 IntlGmeT n N IGT .80 3.2 31.00 18.00 2542 24.89 11079 24.98 23.39 +1.15 -6.1 IntPap N IP 1.90 3.6 18 66.94 50.00 1313 53.15 11309 54.00 52.52 +.79 -8.3 IntlSeaw n N INSW 24.78 15.23 61 21.83 709 24.15 21.78 -1.82 +18.3 IntlSpdw Q ISCA .47f 1.0 9 49.95 32.90 188 45.00 757 47.30 44.80 -1.85 +12.9 IntTower g A THM .78 .29 62 .53 541 .62 .52 -.06 +22.8 IntrntGold Q IGLD 10.91 2.40 11 2.77 38 3.19 2.76 -.41 -67.2 IntrntInitJ Q IIJI .12e 1.3 12.50 8.12 14 9.41 62 10.05 9.30 -.04 +3.3 IntrpDia rs Q IDXG 1 1.80 .72 497 .95 1882 .96 .89 +.05 -7.3 Interpublic N IPG .84 3.6 16 26.01 18.30 2357 23.30 17212 23.68 22.80 +.44 +15.6 IntersENT Q XENT 42.95 26.90 389 33.70 1329 36.75 32.90 -2.90 +4.0 Intersectns Q INTX 4.74 1.46 16 1.66 604 1.99 1.60 -.09 -26.5 IntstP pfD N IPLpD 1.28 5.1 26.90 23.44 3 25.14 16 25.20 25.11 -.01 -1.3 inTestCorp A INTT 19 10.25 5.75 27 7.30 100 7.55 7.15 -.15 -15.6 Intevac Q IVAC 97 12.20 4.51 78 4.85 652 5.05 4.75 -29.2 IntraCellu Q ITCI 25.82 10.25 158 20.44 1396 21.07 19.77 +.13 +41.2 IntPotash N IPI 5.31 2.37 285 4.00 2623 4.29 3.87 -.19 -16.0 Intrexon N XON 24.48 10.26 807 15.38 10111 15.66 14.51 +.82 +33.5 IntriCon Q IIN 46.20 6.90 63 43.25 424 45.00 42.40 +.60 +118.4 Intuit Q INTU 1.56 .7 47 216.63 131.00 857 213.71 6296 214.36 206.51 +5.95 +35.4sIntSurg s Q ISRG 79 525.12 307.00 1063 524.34 5355 532.30 492.44 +28.88 +43.7 Inuvo A INUV 1.24 .68 21 .71 372 .78 .69 -.04 -12.3 Invacare N IVC .05 .3 20.00 12.30 337 17.30 1251 18.50 17.25 -.80 +2.7 Invesco24 n N IHTA 10.33 8.28 31 9.21 118 9.35 9.19 -.08 -10.7 InvHiIn23 n N IHIT 10.32 9.53 11 9.94 159 9.98 9.85 +.11 +1.5 InvAdvMu2 A VKI .78 7.3 11.93 10.33 101 10.74 470 10.76 10.61 +.09 -5.6 InBLDR As Q ADRA .72e 2.1 37.70 30.99 33.63 2 33.87 33.24 +.33 -2.7 InBLDR Dv Q ADRD .72e 3.2 25.31 21.69 2 22.73 25 22.98 22.46 +.12 -3.4 InBLDR Em Q ADRE .60e 1.4 48.92 38.29 3 41.87 33 42.29 41.24 +.34 -2.9 InBLDR Eu Q ADRU .78e 3.5 24.65 21.45 0 22.09 3 22.41 22.09 -.01 -3.5 Inv Bond N VBF .83a 4.7 20.29 17.47 21 17.70 127 17.83 17.62 +.03 -11.0 InvCAVal N VCV .79 6.7 13.20 11.53 126 11.87 484 11.88 11.75 +.06 -5.6 InvDynCrd N VTA .90 7.8 12.10 11.33 129 11.50 771 11.68 11.50 -.13 -1.8 In SCMatII Q PSCM .41e .8 55.75 43.76 14 54.13 17 54.89 53.89 +.99 +3.4 InSC UtilII Q PSCU 1.21e 2.2 57.53 47.05 6 54.70 110 56.60 54.70 -1.90 +3.6 InOpYCmd Q PDBC 19.43 15.52 1649 17.81 8608 18.44 17.59 -.41 +2.1 InvMltStr Q LALT 23.50 19.26 21.82 0 +2.7 InvGDrChi Q PGJ .20e .4 50.87 37.71 11 46.32 151 47.23 45.40 +.02 +3.3 InvDivAch Q PFM .50e 1.9 27.77 23.91 12 26.27 59 26.30 25.96 +.33 -.7 InvHiYlDv Q PEY .54 3.0 18.61 16.52 192 17.87 700 17.98 17.81 -.06 +.3 InvIntlDiv Q PID .65e 4.1 17.38 15.17 82 15.92 492 16.01 15.76 +.02 -3.7 PwShLeis N PEJ .15e .3 46.94 39.50 46.80 +5.9 InvNsdMo Q DWAQ .06e .1 117.50 90.32 0 114.40 5 114.90 113.03 +1.26 +11.5 PwSSmVal N PXSV .60e 1.9 32.45 27.39 32.31 +4.9 InvUtils Q PUI .63e 2.3 29.97 23.64 1 27.97 16 28.46 27.35 -.47 +.5 PSS&PQlty N SPHQ .38e 1.2 32.41 27.69 30.53 +.3 InvWtrRs Q PHO .18e .6 31.82 26.47 21 30.77 114 31.00 30.49 +.07 +1.7 InvBuybk Q PKW .52e .9 63.49 52.75 27 58.28 317 58.53 57.81 +.58 -1.2 InvNasIntn Q PNQI 147.75 103.52 32 144.62 142 146.28 141.63 +1.36 +25.0sInvSmMid Q PRFZ 1.30e .9 144.21 113.90 26 142.35 154 144.21 141.54 -.46 +9.6 InvBasMat Q PYZ .61e .9 75.26 60.34 1 68.97 9 70.07 68.69 +.17 -2.4 Inv CnsCyc Q PEZ .30e .5 57.39 44.04 2 56.23 59 56.57 55.28 +.61 +11.8 InvTechM Q PTF .26e .4 64.75 45.90 2 63.31 15 63.84 61.98 +1.07 +20.1 InvDWA M Q PDP .11e .2 57.68 46.92 52 57.03 1058 57.15 56.19 +.86 +10.5 InvInds Q PRN .19e .3 64.86 53.77 9 61.37 19 61.43 59.82 +1.25 +.7 InvHlthcr Q PTH 94.93 59.64 35 92.70 98 93.04 90.20 +1.39 +28.6 Inv Fincl Q PFI .14e .4 37.29 30.63 25 34.94 47 35.40 34.88 +.08 -.5 InvEngy Q PXI .69e 1.6 46.64 30.10 15 42.85 169 45.30 42.67 -.61 +8.5 InvCnsStp Q PSL .67e .9 72.79 58.73 90 71.96 199 72.49 71.64 -.01 +10.6 In1-30TrII Q PLW .66 2.1 33.52 30.78 100 31.90 445 31.90 31.72 +.01 -2.7 sInSC InfoII Q PSCT .08e .1 87.12 71.36 18 86.47 92 87.12 85.28 +.81 +13.1sInSC Ind II Q PSCI .40e .6 70.49 52.88 15 70.00 84 70.49 68.81 +.29 +8.5sInSC HCrII Q PSCH 135.67 83.33 121 134.52 698 135.67 133.09 +.94 +36.5sInSC FinII Q PSCF .97e 1.5 59.20 48.65 10 57.70 54 59.20 57.70 -.85 +5.9 InSC EgyII Q PSCE .14e .8 18.77 11.37 11 17.23 147 18.12 17.09 -.02 +11.9sInSC CnS II Q PSCC 1.34e 1.6 83.51 64.11 7 81.67 32 83.51 81.26 -1.46 +9.2sInSC CnDsII Q PSCD .35e .5 68.12 50.36 6 66.78 34 68.12 66.08 -.60 +9.2 PS USA SC n N PBSM 27.92 24.80 27.92 +5.0 PS Rs1000 n N USEQ 29.01 24.69 27.66 +.2 InLadR0-5 II Q LDRI .46 1.9 25.11 24.34 0 24.51 2 24.54 24.45 +.07 -1.5 InKBWRg II Q KBWR .79e 1.4 61.23 47.64 14 57.29 59 59.74 57.25 -1.12 +2.3 InP&CInsII Q KBWP .69e 1.1 63.06 52.71 11 60.44 23 61.18 60.15 +.58 +1.8 InKbwReit Q KBWY 2.58 7.2 38.43 29.75 55 35.86 848 36.79 35.78 -.84 +1.3 InKbwHiD II Q KBWD 2.10 9.0 24.60 21.09 64 23.32 250 23.63 23.30 -.12 -1.2 In KBWBkII Q KBWB .58e 1.1 60.38 46.12 218 53.90 2637 55.49 53.43 +.05 -2.0 InIntByb II Q IPKW .29e .8 40.14 31.83 44 36.42 301 36.48 35.76 +.48 -3.1 InGlbWtII Q PIO .34e 1.3 27.16 23.45 28 25.33 54 25.49 25.00 -.01 -2.7 InGlGoldII Q PSAU .10e .6 21.85 17.58 1 18.17 29 18.90 18.13 -.66 -7.6 InGlbAgrII Q PAGG .74e 2.8 28.90 24.88 0 26.58 2 27.09 26.58 +.07 -2.9 In IntlLB II Q IDLB 32.01 27.61 0 29.29 15 29.58 29.09 +.12 -2.8 InDWATcR II Q DWTR 30.81 24.35 2 30.41 16 30.66 30.03 +.39 +7.6 InTactII Q DWIN 1.18 4.6 28.03 24.71 8 25.74 114 25.84 25.69 -.07 -4.2 In SmCMoII Q DWAS .07e .1 57.35 41.94 30 56.15 1134 56.99 55.67 -.06 +15.3 InDWA MoII Q DWLV 33.50 32.05 19 33.32 58 33.35 32.92 +.34 -.5 InEmMomII Q PIE .12e .6 22.22 17.11 21 20.23 504 20.27 19.51 +.67 -1.6 InDevMoII Q PIZ .26e .9 29.70 25.38 14 28.20 164 28.23 27.58 +.66 +2.1tInvHiInc2 N VLT 1.24 9.2 15.25 13.00 40 13.44 128 13.51 13.00 -.04 -8.6 Invsco iim N IIM .84 5.9 15.47 13.64 177 14.18 602 14.19 14.08 +.06 -4.8tInvesco N IVZ 1.16 4.5 11 38.43 25.98 4451 25.62 18229 27.26 25.52 -.82 -29.9 InvMtgCap N IVR 1.68 10.4 7 18.86 15.15 665 16.13 2954 16.27 16.06 -.08 -9.5 InvMtg pfA N IVRpA 1.94 7.7 25.50 24.24 9 25.19 33 25.40 25.07 +.04 +.7 InvMtg pfB N IVRpB 1.94 7.4 26.44 24.25 5 26.07 50 26.26 25.99 -.12 +1.2 InvMtg pfC N IVRpC 1.88 7.6 25.73 23.40 22 24.86 143 25.05 24.71 -.16 -.5 Invsco oia N OIA .39 5.1 8.25 7.34 58 7.66 374 7.66 7.55 +.08 -4.3 InvMuOpTr N VMO .88 7.4 13.37 11.52 169 11.82 677 11.82 11.70 +.05 -4.7 InvMuniTr N VKQ .82 6.9 13.04 11.51 122 11.89 492 11.90 11.72 +.06 -4.9 InvPAVal N VPV .79 6.6 12.68 11.54 35 11.92 275 12.12 11.91 -.09 -1.9 Invsco iqi N IQI .76 6.3 13.04 11.70 145 12.00 505 12.05 11.92 +.06 -4.1 InvSrInco N VVR .31 7.3 4.57 4.26 265 4.30 2052 4.30 4.28 +.02 -2.1 InvTrIG N VGM .88 7.1 13.80 12.09 160 12.47 651 12.49 12.30 +.10 -5.4 InvTrNY N VTN .85 6.6 14.00 12.61 10 12.81 69 12.82 12.71 +.06 -6.6 Investar Q ISTR .16f .6 27 29.90 20.25 8 27.60 39 29.90 27.60 -1.90 +14.7 InvTech N ITG .28 1.3 23.96 17.63 217 21.71 862 22.26 21.29 +.42 +12.8 InvestBncp Q ISBC .36 2.9 19 14.69 12.48 2526 12.59 15081 13.20 12.56 -.36 -9.3 InvRlEst N IRET .28 5.1 6 5.99 4.05 370 5.47 2468 5.66 5.45 -.17 +9.6 InvRlE pfC N IRETpC 1.66 6.7 26.08 22.29 5 24.63 10 24.65 24.40 +.09 -5.3 InvTitl Q ITIC 1.60a .9 15 221.88 162.67 4 183.00 22 187.12 181.18 -3.50 -7.7 Invitae n N NVTA 10.44 4.35 358 8.29 2277 8.45 7.65 +.33 -8.7 InvitHm n N INVH .44 1.9 24.30 20.25 1506 23.35 9496 23.55 22.97 +.20 -.9 Invuity n Q IVTY 9.55 2.35 39 3.95 349 4.25 3.90 -.05 -36.3 IonisPhm Q IONS 65.51 39.07 550 45.24 4609 46.19 44.34 -.29 -10.1 IovanceTh Q IOVA 19.90 4.45 575 13.80 2948 14.05 12.60 +.05 +72.5 iPBetaCmd N BCM 32.00 25.55 1 28.95 12 29.73 28.92 -.71 -1.0 iPBetaCrOil N OLEM 21.88 13.61 20.48 1 21.40 20.48 -.48 +15.6 iPTr5yBear Q DFVS 37.18 27.28 35.97 3 36.85 35.97 +.27 +13.5siRadimed Q IRMD 23.58 8.25 20 22.65 281 23.58 20.70 +1.70 +49.5 Iridex Q IRIX 10.98 4.28 9 6.42 36 6.76 6.14 -.06 -15.7sIridiumCm Q IRDM 22 18.55 9.68 905 18.35 5042 18.55 16.85 +1.25 +55.5 Iridium pfB Q IRDMB 16.88 3.1 593.19 348.00 543.27 0 +35.1 IronMtn N IRM 2.20 6.0 32 41.52 30.78 1438 36.64 8532 36.95 35.75 +.75 -2.9sIronwdPh Q IRWD 20.75 12.89 874 21.04 5693 21.20 19.58 +.98 +40.4 iShItaly rs N EWI 34.45 28.13 468 29.30 2554 29.71 28.93 -.21 -3.7 iShJapan rs N EWJ 64.71 52.81 5588 57.56 37279 58.02 56.77 +.36 -4.0 iSMlasia rs N EWM 36.56 30.46 397 31.60 3017 31.67 30.72 +.78 -4.2 iShSing rs N EWS 28.35 23.23 2082 23.57 5245 24.02 23.53 +.20 -9.1 iSTaiwn rs N EWT 39.36 35.01 4112 36.42 19778 36.46 35.54 +.89 +.6 iSh UK rs N EWU 38.05 32.87 869 35.05 6504 35.34 34.53 +.10 -2.1 iSh0-5IGCp N SLQD .79 1.6 50.73 49.46 61 49.61 463 49.62 49.51 +.05 -1.3 iShCmdOpT N CMDT 41.95 34.85 35.54 4 36.36 35.37 -.83 -4.4 iShCvBd N ICVT .67e 60.09 51.90 22 58.90 79 59.15 58.30 +.39 +6.9 iShCorEM N IEMG .95e 1.8 62.70 49.83 8493 52.97 63461 53.38 52.08 +.49 -6.9 iSh 10 Cp n N LLQD 51.31 46.31 47.46 0 47.46 47.46 +1.12 -7.4 iSh 5-10Cp n N MLQD 49.96 47.08 47.54 1 47.54 47.54 -.05 -3.8 iShRUT P n Q AMCA .26e 28.53 24.40 0 27.52 50 27.52 27.36 +.23 +.6 iSh USD n Q SUSC 25.90 24.01 27 24.35 55 24.38 24.19 +.12 -4.3 iShColomC N ICOL .43e 2.8 16.51 13.45 7 15.24 56 15.51 15.03 -.19 +5.5 iShEnhBd n N IGEB 50.77 47.60 258 48.28 266 48.28 47.95 +.28 -4.0 iSh 1-5Yr n Q SUSB 25.26 24.46 47 24.51 73 24.56 24.46 -.00 -1.8 iShDefBd n N HYDB 51.96 48.94 1 49.32 5 49.32 49.13 +.27 -2.7 iShFSIntSC N ISCF .12p 34.73 28.16 3 31.56 31 31.86 31.22 +.01 -2.7 iShRs2500 n N SMMD 47.19 38.87 1 46.78 2 46.83 46.69 +.16 +7.1 iShFacSIntl N INTF .17p 31.21 26.29 127 27.86 701 28.09 27.54 +.11 -3.4 iShArgGl n N AGT 32.94 22.40 4 24.19 34 24.35 23.75 +.28 -19.8 iShFS USA N LRGF .19e 33.93 28.60 92 32.77 726 32.83 32.42 +.39 +3.1siShFSUsaSC N SMLF .23e 43.46 34.88 95 42.91 202 43.46 42.64 -.19 +8.6 iShFacSGbl N ACWF .11p 34.07 27.28 7 30.50 19 30.55 30.13 +.38 -.5 iSh iBd23 n N IBML 25.96 24.64 145 25.05 191 25.08 24.96 +.07 -.7 iSh IntDv n N IDEV 62.47 53.30 5 56.55 86 56.99 55.89 +.08 -3.3 iShMgRE rs N REM 47.64 39.80 82 44.30 685 44.77 44.25 -.26 -2.0 iShExpoTc Q XT .14p 38.52 31.53 72 37.56 873 37.61 37.02 +.55 +6.0 iSh0-5HYCp N SHYG 2.38 5.1 48.03 45.93 882 46.73 2141 46.79 46.62 +.12 -.8 iShDvlValu N IVLU 28.44 24.12 40 25.06 159 25.48 24.93 -.17 -5.2 iSh 3-10yr n N IMTB 50.70 47.14 2 48.04 11 48.12 47.82 +.22 -3.4 iShSaudi N KSA 31.99 24.69 27 31.11 276 31.49 30.81 +.75 +18.8 iSh USA Op Q ESGU .92e 1.5 62.57 53.10 1 61.43 28 61.43 60.81 +.89 +5.3siSh MinVl n N SMMV 31.88 27.25 9 31.82 48 32.09 31.65 +.07 +9.0 iShHYlexOG Q HYXE 52.50 49.68 7 50.09 8 50.10 50.09 +.28 -1.9 iShIntDevM N IMTM .30p 33.00 28.00 21 30.07 55 30.13 29.58 +.33 -1.4 iShIntDevQ N IQLT .55p 31.40 27.33 25 29.35 67 29.47 28.91 +.28 -1.0 iShLwCarb N CRBN .94p 125.97 107.42 6 117.41 37 117.63 116.35 +1.02 +.4 iShFallAn n Q FALN 1.48a 5.6 30.06 26.00 145 26.34 239 26.40 26.24 +.01 -3.0 iShDvlSize N ISZE 29.72 26.10 27.04 1 27.25 27.04 +.58 -4.5 iShCHdEM N HEEM 1.26e 1.9 28.95 23.89 13 25.69 94 25.77 25.27 +.31 -3.1 iShMsciChA A CNYA 35.68 26.34 2 27.36 96 27.53 26.58 +.82 -14.6 iSh ESG Opt Q ESGD 72.49 62.29 16 65.89 217 66.33 65.10 +.13 -2.9 iSh IntDvGr N IGRO 62.04 53.84 2 55.63 18 55.99 54.51 +.51 -6.3 iSh GlImp n Q MPCT 1.18e 2.0 62.84 54.01 1 57.65 6 57.76 57.01 +.20 -2.6siShMultiTc N TCHF 43.01 34.77 0 43.17 3 43.17 42.12 +1.25 +11.3 iShMultInd N INDF 33.67 29.24 30.77 1 30.80 30.55 +.36 -3.5 iShMultHl N HCRF 35.18 29.11 1 34.29 7 34.37 33.51 +.59 +8.4 iShiB20Mun N IBMI .24 .9 25.44 25.18 17 25.42 225 25.42 25.34 +.04 +.3 iShMultMat N MATF 36.19 30.14 32.77 1 32.77 32.69 +.76 -4.2 iSh MultFin N FNCF 37.85 30.16 33.60 19 33.91 33.32 +.21 -4.9 iShMultiEn N ERGF 30.71 23.28 29.28 2 29.63 29.28 -.04 +3.4 iShIntHdHi N HYGH 4.56 5.0 92.42 88.33 10 91.11 78 91.18 90.82 +.36 +.3 iShCHAust N HAUD 1.81p 25.23 22.42 24.60 0 24.60 24.60 +.06 +.4 iShCTotBd s Q IUSB 51.49 48.94 121 49.54 366 49.55 49.35 +.10 -2.6 iSh MultCnS N CNSF 27.25 23.37 24.84 1 24.84 24.66 +.04 -6.2 iShCDivGr N DGRO .65e 1.8 37.22 31.14 437 35.16 2335 35.22 34.86 +.40 +1.1 iSh MulConD N CNDF 34.53 27.45 33.96 0 33.96 33.96 +.21 +8.5 iSh MultUt N UTLF 28.56 23.93 0 26.53 2 26.53 26.01 +.90 -.5 iShCHEmu N HEZU .64e 1.7 31.62 28.32 427 29.99 4096 30.10 29.62 +.17 +.6 iShGblReit N REET .94e 3.6 26.68 23.40 278 25.89 702 26.19 25.80 -.20 -.8 iSh AdapC N DEFA .48p 30.45 27.17 0 28.44 2 28.49 28.38 -.75 -3.3 iSh AdapEu N DEZU .56p 30.64 27.16 27.99 0 27.99 27.99 -.12 -2.7 iShCoreInt N IAGG 53.61 51.09 74 52.82 325 52.83 52.64 +.14 +1.5 iShCorePac N IPAC 1.06e 1.8 63.99 53.38 53 57.55 400 58.11 56.85 +.19 -3.5 iShCHGer Q HEWG .68e 1.7 30.35 26.39 88 27.73 351 27.89 27.38 +.16 -3.4 iShIntHdCp N LQDH 2.76 2.9 99.18 94.38 6 96.29 44 96.35 95.98 +.43 -1.1 iShCHCda N HEWC 1.41e 1.7 27.27 24.31 27.22 1 27.22 26.84 +.35 +3.1 iShJpMinV N JPMV .70e 1.1 72.41 61.22 1 66.43 29 67.37 65.95 -.62 -2.2 iShEafeMV N HEFV 28.27 26.08 12 27.66 176 27.91 27.56 -.17 +.3 iShEuMinV N EUMV .67e 2.7 26.69 24.16 9 25.15 18 25.28 24.94 +.24 -.8 iShCHNk400 N HJPX .19p 32.09 26.80 1 29.25 1 29.25 29.25 +.73 -3.8 iShCorEur N IEUR 1.18e 2.4 53.97 46.60 188 48.46 2584 48.84 47.81 +.11 -3.4 iShxJMinV N AXJV .84p 38.95 33.04 0 35.42 1 35.47 35.35 +.79 -2.6 iSh2022Mu N IBMK .09e 26.37 25.24 98 25.53 198 25.57 25.47 +.02 -.6 iSh UAE Q UAE .63e 4.1 18.08 14.87 14 15.48 21 15.53 15.29 +.21 -7.9 iShEm exCh N EMXC 58.49 47.58 0 49.44 4 49.51 49.19 +.69 -8.3 iSh Qatar Q QAT .66e 4.0 18.00 13.01 35 16.70 50 16.96 16.55 +.06 +3.1 iShYdOpBd N BYLD .75 3.1 26.66 24.00 20 24.22 44 24.27 24.15 +.05 -3.1 iSh2021Mu N IBMJ .07e 26.08 25.19 103 25.43 255 25.47 25.40 +.01 iSHgxUSHY N HHYX .67e 28.14 27.09 0 27.95 0 27.95 27.95 +.11 +.2 iShRussia rs N ERUS 39.23 28.93 289 34.96 1403 35.74 34.54 +.17 +4.3 iSCHeafe N HEFA .70e 1.6 30.88 27.65 232 29.51 1592 29.53 29.09 +.34 -.6 iShCHMex N HEWW 1.41p 21.71 18.16 0 19.34 1 19.81 19.29 +.21 -3.3 iShH10yCBd N CLYH .31e 27.42 25.11 1 25.99 19 26.01 25.80 +.26 -1.6 iShCHSpain N HEWP .31p 23.79 20.85 21.96 14 22.35 21.88 +.16 -.9 iShHEmBd N EMBH .30e 27.04 25.12 25.72 6 25.80 25.66 +.58 -3.1 iShCHItaly N HEWI .55p 19.17 16.32 16.88 2 17.07 16.88 -.15 +.3 iShShMMu N MEAR .27e 50.18 49.61 5 49.91 121 49.98 49.76 +.06 +.2 iSCHEafSC N HSCZ .19p 32.36 28.15 3 31.02 14 31.08 30.81 +.34 +.2 iShCHAcxUs N HAWX 1.38e 4.0 28.00 25.01 83 26.50 245 26.54 26.17 +.26 -1.4 iShGbMM rs N PICK 37.91 27.37 92 32.06 529 33.08 31.79 -.37 -7.4 iShCmdSel Q COMT 1.89e 4.9 40.62 32.13 59 38.21 323 39.33 37.80 -.44 +5.1 iShCHAcwi N HACW .94e 2.0 30.93 26.95 29.88 27 29.90 29.63 +.30 +1.6 iShGblGld rs Q RING 20.84 16.88 51 17.28 588 18.04 17.26 -.65 -8.1 iShTrFRBd N TFLO .07e .1 50.85 50.12 22 50.27 186 50.28 50.21 +.01 +.1 iShCH UK N HEWU .24p 25.54 22.21 1 24.37 10 24.44 24.12 +.16 +.2 iSh ESG s N ESGE 37.04 16.02 41 34.14 215 34.25 33.53 +.40 iShCHSwitz N HEWL 1.43e 2.3 27.79 25.03 2 26.38 5 26.42 25.96 +.04 -2.4 iShEMktMV N HEMV 29.20 25.87 8 26.83 19 26.92 26.44 +.31 -2.0 iShLqdty bt A ICSH .25e .5 50.54 49.98 33 50.09 399 50.13 50.04 -.01 +.1 iShCHJpn N HEWJ .74e .5 35.29 28.87 545 32.25 3967 32.28 31.71 +.74 -3.3 iShCHSoK N HEWY .48p 32.01 27.86 27.86 0 -7.9 iShFacEmg N EMGF .13p 53.84 42.65 243 46.56 414 46.65 45.64 +.78 -5.9 iSh iBd26 n N IBDR 24.92 22.99 22 23.48 107 23.48 23.29 +.15 -4.3 iSiBd12-18 s N IBDH .30 1.2 25.22 25.07 66 25.11 283 25.16 25.10 +.01 -.1 iSiBd12-20 s N IBDL .62e 2.5 25.66 24.94 236 25.00 656 25.01 24.97 +.01 -1.2 iSiBd12-19 s N IBDK .37e 25.11 24.70 63 24.76 633 24.77 24.73 -.4 iSiBd12-23 s N IBDO .56e 25.55 24.13 51 24.32 373 24.34 24.22 +.08 -3.0 iSiBd12-22 s N IBDN .55e 25.42 24.19 70 24.35 557 24.36 24.27 +.02 -2.5 iSiBd12-25 s N IBDQ .64e 25.37 23.60 307 24.05 430 24.07 23.88 +.08 -3.9 iSiBd12-24 s N IBDP .63e 25.44 23.86 32 24.10 235 24.13 23.97 +.04 -3.8 iSiBd12-21 s N IBDM .47e 25.19 24.27 118 24.36 609 24.36 24.30 +.05 -1.8sIsoRay A ISR 1.22 .36 1655 .61 55330 1.22 .50 +.17 +52.9 IsraelChm N ICL .27e 5.8 4.99 3.85 55 4.69 725 4.70 4.58 +.07 +16.1 Isramco Q ISRL 135.05 92.00 0 117.85 2 117.85 116.65 +.85 +12.6 IssuerDir A ISDR .20 1.0 71 21.85 11.65 4 20.50 16 20.60 20.10 +.42 +11.7 ItauCorpb N ITCB 2.48e 16.2 74 16.34 10.28 31 15.33 68 15.33 14.50 +.63 +14.1 ItauUnibH N ITUB .32e 2.8 16.98 9.92 12384 11.50 65353 11.54 10.78 +.62 -11.5 Iteris Q ITI 8.17 4.09 69 5.46 403 5.64 5.20 +.15 -21.7tIterumTh n Q ITRM 13.00 8.18 25 8.84 143 9.99 8.18 +.07 -31.2 Itron Q ITRI 79.95 56.70 305 61.00 1064 62.25 60.65 -.30 -10.6 IturanLoc Q ITRN .96 3.2 16 38.00 28.50 25 30.40 218 30.85 29.90 -.25 -11.1 IvyHiInOp N IVH 1.50a 10.5 16.10 13.92 26 14.35 362 14.41 14.30 +.06 -5.1 Izea n Q IZEA 7.85 .80 13142 1.89 68722 2.66 .90 +.87 -58.2J -:sJ&J Snack Q JJSF 1.80 1.2 24 159.05 124.10 43 156.41 358 159.05 153.67 -2.02 +3.0 JAlexHld n N JAX 33 12.80 8.70 9 11.45 114 11.60 11.20 -.05 +18.0 JJill n N JILL 6 12.76 4.17 192 8.51 2234 9.33 8.13 -.67 +9.1 j2Global Q JCOM 1.66f 1.9 31 91.58 70.27 188 87.98 1447 90.74 87.52 -1.52 +17.3 JA Solar Q JASO 11 8.48 6.01 279 7.47 5727 7.48 6.86 +.59 +.1 JBG Smth n N JBGS .90 2.4 38.91 30.79 324 36.99 1867 37.53 36.39 -.51 +6.5 JD.com Q JD 20 50.68 34.76 6937 38.27 49553 40.04 37.39 -1.19 -7.6 JMP Gp27 n N JMPD 25.62 24.11 5 25.05 36 25.10 24.91 +.08 -.9 JMP Grp N JMP .36 6.6 78 5.78 4.92 8 5.44 57 5.49 5.33 +.07 -2.9 JMP Gp 23 N JMPB 2.00 7.8 26.00 25.10 1 25.53 15 25.64 25.38 +.10 +.9tJMU Ltd Q JMU 2.37 .30 95 .31 849 .40 .30 -.04 -69.6 JPMCh pfE N JPMpE 1.58 5.9 27.28 25.53 33 26.53 198 26.71 26.31 -.10 -1.9 JPMDvsRt N JPGE .96e 1.6 68.02 56.80 5 60.64 46 60.94 60.18 +.13 -3.0 JPMIntEq N JPIN 1.08e 1.9 63.18 55.35 50 57.75 395 58.21 57.17 -.02 -3.8 JPMDvREm N JPEM 1.31p 64.42 52.51 19 54.71 143 55.04 53.87 +.64 -6.2 JPM DREq N JPUS .26p 74.59 64.75 7 72.69 58 72.72 72.07 +.64 +3.1 JPM DivInt N JPIH 30.68 27.59 30.08 1 30.08 29.96 +.63 +.3 JPMDsfEu N JPEU 64.34 56.61 0 59.27 6 59.75 58.80 +.07 -1.8 JPM DivEu N JPEH 29.58 26.58 29.09 4 29.34 29.03 -.32 +2.9 JPM Val n N JVAL 27.44 24.90 1 26.11 2 26.11 26.06 +.69 JPM Mom n N JMOM 27.78 24.95 27.44 0 27.45 27.44 +.26 +7.0 JPM MinV n N JMIN 26.62 24.93 2 26.38 8 26.39 26.25 +.56 +2.3 JPM US Dv N JDIV 26.74 24.18 1 26.10 2 26.10 26.04 +.40 -1.5 JPM DivAlt N JPHF 28.92 24.80 9 25.16 77 25.16 24.93 +.05 -3.9 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 11 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 61

JPM FutSt n N JPMF 25.34 23.93 24.25 14 24.35 24.25 -.03 -3.6 JPM UlSh n N JPST 51.03 48.88 287 50.14 2191 50.16 50.12 +.01 +.2sJPM SCap n N JPSE 32.63 27.03 4 32.26 45 32.63 32.06 -.14 +8.7 JPM GlB n N JPGB 52.89 49.61 5 50.10 25 50.11 49.82 +.20 -2.1sJPM Evnt n N JPED 26.37 24.55 26.37 0 26.37 26.37 +.13 +4.6 JPM Disc n N JPHY 52.80 49.30 25 49.69 92 49.84 49.54 +.02 -3.1 JPM USMid N JPME 66.84 58.25 3 66.19 16 66.35 65.81 +.36 +3.8 JPMorgCh N JPM 2.24f 2.1 15 119.33 88.08 21284 106.36 78565 108.40 104.71 +2.30 -.5 JPMCh pfA N JPMpA 1.36 5.3 26.06 24.52 52 25.61 292 25.65 25.50 +.06 +.9 JPMCh pfB N JPMpB 1.68 6.4 27.37 25.76 40 26.29 269 26.53 26.27 -.19 -2.8 JPMAlerian N AMJ 2.29 8.6 30.74 23.17 1051 26.59 7089 26.70 26.10 +.21 -3.2 JPMCh pfY N JPMpF 1.53 5.8 27.20 25.32 58 26.51 403 26.81 26.46 -.26 -.5 JPMCh pfG N JPMpG 1.52 5.7 27.38 25.30 57 26.85 352 27.13 26.80 -.20 -.4 JPMCh pfH N JPMpH 1.54 5.7 27.39 24.03 53 27.05 365 27.29 27.00 -.08 +.4 Jabil N JBL .32 1.1 20 31.77 23.70 1240 28.67 6666 29.23 28.30 +.45 +9.2sJackHenry Q JKHY 1.48 1.1 31 137.11 98.16 326 135.38 1476 137.11 133.61 +1.72 +15.7 JackInBox Q JACK 1.60 1.8 25 108.55 79.23 408 86.93 2375 88.49 85.67 -.30 -11.4 JacobsEng N JEC .60 .9 26 72.18 49.31 565 66.32 4654 66.58 65.09 +1.28 +.5 JaggedPk n N JAG 16.55 10.55 1556 14.19 6113 14.56 13.41 +.52 -10.1 JkksPac Q JAKK 3.95 1.95 47 2.58 454 3.25 2.45 -.63 +9.6sJamba Q JMBA 11.46 7.01 21 11.28 119 11.46 11.00 +.10 +40.0 JHardie s N JHX .38e 2.3 78 18.79 13.55 7 16.85 49 16.86 16.11 +.27 -4.3 JRiverGrp Q JRVR 1.20a 3.0 26 44.34 32.17 57 39.37 407 40.40 39.16 -.65 -1.6 JanusSmC Q JSML 43.05 32.73 1 41.92 7 42.59 41.38 +.01 +14.1 JanSmMid Q JSMD 44.70 33.36 2 43.81 22 44.28 43.50 +.26 +12.8 JanLTCar n Q OLD 26.74 21.60 43 25.80 46 26.00 25.80 -.26 +7.8 JanObes n Q SLIM 39.15 26.17 14 37.63 56 38.72 36.79 -.18 +21.4 JanOrgan n Q ORG 36.00 29.13 0 33.00 4 33.07 32.75 +.28 -4.5 Jan ShDur n N VNLA 50.42 49.94 31 50.04 665 50.05 50.02 +.01 -.3 JanusHn n N JHG 1.44f 4.6 41.64 30.28 437 31.10 2442 31.87 30.84 -.06 -18.7 JpnSmCap N JOF .13e 1.2 13.06 9.80 36 11.29 140 11.42 11.12 +.04 -4.4 Jason Inds Q JASN 3.88 .77 29 2.37 196 2.41 2.19 +.08 JazzPhrm Q JAZZ 24 184.00 128.58 903 175.98 2817 180.86 173.04 -1.69 +30.7 JeffrFn N JEF .40 1.8 39 28.30 21.61 1059 22.60 6522 23.29 22.45 -.17 -14.7 JeldWen n N JELD 42.27 26.32 322 28.88 1621 29.64 28.75 -.20 -26.6 JensynAc wt Q JSYNW .55 .11 .18 7 .18 .18 -52.0 JerashHl n Q JRSH 11.00 5.83 12 7.11 174 7.60 6.20 +1.20 -17.2 JernignC n N JCAP 1.40 7.3 11 22.18 15.90 151 19.19 825 19.52 19.07 -.08 +.9 JetBlue Q JBLU 11 24.13 18.05 2966 19.28 19070 19.74 18.96 -.17 -13.7 JetPay h Q JTPY 4.90 1.45 1 1.86 28 1.90 1.85 -.04 -26.8 JewettCm s Q JCTCF 22 8.96 5.83 3 8.00 29 8.25 7.75 +.25 +6.7 Jianpu n N JT 9.49 4.75 54 5.71 738 6.70 5.25 -.95 -11.9 JinkoSolar N JKS 28 30.50 11.48 226 14.12 2646 15.10 13.61 +.16 -41.3 JBeanTch N JBT .40 .4 36 122.65 84.81 203 91.75 1307 94.80 90.85 -1.00 -17.2 JHMultLgC N JHML .10p 37.14 31.35 18 36.19 99 36.25 35.84 +.52 +4.0 JH MultMdC N JHMM .08p 36.30 30.55 25 35.72 172 36.14 35.45 +.36 +4.7 JH MultCns N JHMC .07p 33.38 27.14 1 32.59 7 32.59 32.15 +.39 +6.6 JH MultFin N JHMF .08p 39.70 31.54 4 36.56 9 37.03 36.56 +.32 -.6 JH MultHltC N JHMH .05p 34.56 29.08 0 33.31 61 33.36 33.11 +.30 +7.0 JH MultTch N JHMT .09p 47.46 35.73 3 46.97 14 47.17 46.12 +.81 +14.4 JH MultEn N JHME 33.93 24.30 1 32.61 20 33.31 32.06 +.30 +9.9 JH MultMat N JHMA 38.20 30.90 0 34.63 4 35.09 34.48 +.13 -3.6 JH SmCap n N JHSC 28.88 24.27 2 27.56 27 27.97 27.14 +.06 +5.6 JH MultDev N JHMD 32.58 27.95 17 29.35 40 29.60 28.81 +.07 -3.5 JH MultUt N JHMU 29.74 25.00 3 28.01 8 28.01 27.45 -.36 +1.9 JH MulCnSt N JHMS 28.79 24.55 26.19 203 26.19 26.13 +.19 -5.6 JH MultInd N JHMI 37.55 29.96 1 35.01 20 35.01 34.34 +.59 -.2 JH HedgEq N HEQ 1.50 9.2 17.95 15.87 51 16.38 220 16.96 16.25 -.40 -5.9 JH TxAdY N HTY 1.28 14.7 9.74 8.27 13 8.70 113 8.75 8.42 +.27 -1.4 JohnJn N JNJ 3.60f 2.9 17 148.32 118.62 8235 125.93 37847 128.21 125.32 +.18 -9.9 JohnContl n N JCI 1.04e 3.0 24 44.37 32.89 3405 35.12 15692 35.29 33.93 +.48 -7.8 JohnsnOut Q JOUT .48 .6 21 90.16 44.48 14 84.73 112 89.82 83.79 -2.68 +36.5 JointCorp Q JYNT 8.88 3.46 10 8.21 121 8.50 8.02 -.02 +65.5 JonesEngy N JONE 2.21 .28 963 .38 5752 .43 .36 -.04 -65.6 JonesLL N JLL .82f .5 29 178.75 115.71 312 166.97 1418 172.14 164.02 -1.67 +12.1 JounceTh n Q JNCE 29.25 6.84 326 7.83 1383 8.26 7.61 -.12 -38.6 Jumei Intl N JMEI 26 4.20 2.00 639 2.31 3968 2.40 2.25 -20.9 JnprNtwk N JNPR .72 2.6 15 30.29 23.61 6989 27.86 23058 28.69 27.40 -.10 -2.2 JunprPhm Q JNP 19 13.25 4.30 370 11.40 1718 11.45 11.40 +135.1 Jupai n N JP .40f 2.4 9 29.00 7.36 172 16.76 1242 19.49 16.63 -2.42 -9.4 JustEngy g N JE .41 1 5.91 3.48 184 3.65 1375 3.70 3.61 -14.9 JustEn pfA N JEpA 26.40 21.29 4 23.06 30 23.34 22.80 -.10 -7.3K -:K12 N LRN 63 18.79 12.72 130 17.67 863 18.23 17.41 +.29 +11.1 K2M Grp Q KTWO 25.99 16.44 269 22.12 1123 22.99 21.93 -.47 +22.9sKAR Auct N KAR 1.40 2.3 21 59.88 40.27 1562 59.96 6571 60.06 56.52 +3.85 +18.7 KB FnclGp N KB 63.96 44.21 431 48.54 1407 49.72 46.96 +.43 -17.0 KB Home N KBH .10 .4 25 38.80 20.68 1690 26.99 8865 28.26 26.71 +.29 -15.5 KBL Merg n Q KBLM 10.00 9.65 9.94 1 9.94 9.94 +.02 +2.4 KBL Mg un Q KBLMU 10.60 9.10 10.45 +2.9 KBR Inc N KBR .32 1.7 14 21.70 14.40 2300 19.23 9699 19.47 18.28 +.96 -3.0 KBS Fash rs Q KBSF 15.00 1.41 238 4.97 293 5.27 4.88 +.06 +20.0 KCAP Fin Q KCAP .40 12.4 4.00 2.91 79 3.22 476 3.23 3.12 +.04 -5.6 KCAPFn 19 N KAP 1.84 7.2 26.02 25.05 25.65 0 25.65 25.65 -.29 +1.4 KCAP 22 n Q KCAPL 1.53 6.1 25.73 24.65 25.24 21 25.24 25.12 +.07 +.6 KEYW Hld Q KEYW 9.84 4.94 251 9.41 1611 9.80 8.97 -.30 +60.3 KKR N KKR 1.31e 5.3 11 25.10 17.96 24.85 +18.0 KKR Inco N KIO 1.50a 9.1 18.63 15.38 96 16.44 393 16.74 16.38 -.13 +2.4 KKR RE n N KREF 1.72e 22.05 18.09 80 20.71 281 20.80 20.30 +.20 +3.5 KLA Tnc Q KLAC 3.00f 2.9 14 123.96 87.93 607 104.86 5129 107.02 103.03 -.01 -.2 KLX Q KLXI 27 82.50 45.73 129 72.86 1253 73.67 71.55 +.98 +6.8 KMG Chm N KMG .12 .2 18 79.35 45.65 79 74.45 667 78.23 73.67 -1.85 +12.7 KT Corp N KT 18.82 12.70 656 13.47 2507 13.71 13.11 +.20 -13.7 KVHInd Q KVHI 14.15 9.05 11 12.85 94 13.75 12.85 -.70 +24.2 Kadant N KAI .88f .9 27 114.00 75.60 26 95.30 250 96.40 94.05 +.37 -5.1 Kadmon n N KDMN 5.86 2.05 400 3.30 3313 4.04 3.29 -.66 -8.8 KaiserAlu Q KALU 2.20 2.1 35 116.86 89.91 64 107.23 550 109.64 105.21 +2.57 +.4 Kala Ph n Q KALA 26.75 11.81 87 12.67 754 13.41 12.45 -.63 -31.5 Kalvista rs Q KALV 15.80 5.48 8 9.22 100 9.33 8.30 +.48 -5.4 Kamada Q KMDA 6.05 3.75 46 5.60 130 5.70 5.28 +.20 +17.9 Kaman N KAMN .80 1.2 33 75.08 47.66 304 67.48 1185 68.82 65.90 -.41 +14.7 KandiTech Q KNDI 9.90 3.50 95 4.23 714 4.55 4.15 -.08 -37.9 KCSo pf N KSUp 1.00 3.9 29.14 25.22 25.57 1 25.75 25.41 -.23 -6.2 KC Southn N KSU 1.44f 1.4 20 114.91 99.47 874 106.61 3860 108.94 105.20 +.10 +1.3 KapStoneP N KS .40 1.2 12 35.01 20.42 215 34.62 1985 34.76 34.60 -.08 +52.6 Karyophm Q KPTI 20.39 8.00 293 18.64 1502 19.15 18.17 -.07 +94.2 KayAnAc n Q KAAC 10.08 9.64 9.91 97 +2.1 KaynAEnD N KED 1.60 9.3 19.07 14.10 32 17.29 154 17.55 16.88 -.13 -.7 KA EngTR N KYE 1.32m 14.1 11.45 8.30 246 9.36 761 9.45 9.12 +.09 -7.0 KA MLP N KYN 1.80 9.8 20.38 14.38 248 18.33 1457 18.62 17.91 -.15 -3.8 KAMLP pfF N KYNpF .88 3.5 26.37 25.02 2 25.11 9 25.20 25.04 +.02 -.6 KAMidsEn N KMF 1.80m 14.1 15.56 11.36 132 12.81 411 12.92 12.55 +.13 -7.2 KaziaTh rs Q KZIA 6.68 1.63 11 3.25 171 4.21 3.24 -.15 +2.2 KeanGrp n N FRAC 19.83 12.40 1044 13.06 4452 13.91 12.64 -.31 -31.3 KearnyF s Q KRNY .16f 1.2 53 15.60 12.75 174 13.80 923 14.13 13.65 -.05 -4.5 Kellogg N K 2.16 3.0 17 72.24 56.40 1978 71.17 11228 71.95 70.06 -.66 +4.7 KellySA Q KELYA .30 1.3 12 32.31 21.01 90 22.62 753 23.57 22.33 -.48 -17.1sKelsoTch g A KIQ .03f 5.0 .96 .24 614 .60 7570 .96 .39 +.18 +15.4sKemet N KEM 6 28.97 13.70 945 28.20 8535 29.15 26.13 +2.10 +87.3 Kemper N KMPR .96 1.3 22 82.53 36.35 506 73.15 3093 75.05 70.25 +1.35 +6.2 Kemper 54 N KMPA 1.84 7.0 28.25 25.40 0 26.20 11 26.27 25.95 +.01 +.5 KemPhm n Q KMPH 8.40 2.45 323 5.15 2573 6.85 4.95 -1.60 +27.2 Kennamtl N KMT .80 2.2 23 52.52 32.23 530 36.94 3657 37.25 35.60 +1.28 -23.7sKennWils N KW .76 3.5 22.28 15.95 578 22.00 3658 22.28 21.60 +.35 +26.8 KenonHld n N KEN 33.22 12.99 14.73 6 15.18 14.38 -.11 -32.0 KY FstFd Q KFFB .40 4.9 34 10.00 7.90 1 8.17 8 8.20 8.05 -.04 -8.8 KeryxBio Q KERX 8.38 3.30 768 4.39 4813 4.49 3.94 +.36 -5.6 KeurDrPep N KDP 2.32 11.7 4 20.14 13.23 19.91 5554 19.68 19.46 +.99 +29.0 KewnSc Q KEQU .68 1.9 20 38.80 24.00 1 35.79 21 35.79 32.60 +2.15 +23.5 KeyEngy N KEG 20.28 8.20 35 16.83 202 17.77 16.49 -.34 +42.7 KeyTrn Q KTCC 15 8.60 6.69 5 7.42 30 7.82 7.41 -.13 +8.8 Keycorp N KEY .48f 2.5 14 22.40 16.28 8151 19.56 46586 20.44 19.40 -.14 -3.0 Keycorp pfI N KEYpI 29.97 26.55 19 26.90 190 27.05 26.80 -.10 -7.0 Keysight N KEYS 45 62.41 39.21 489 59.97 4138 60.82 59.64 +.14 +44.2 Kforce Q KFRC .48 1.4 27 36.75 16.75 151 35.45 517 35.95 35.15 +.25 +40.4 KilroyR N KRC 1.82f 2.4 16 77.73 62.91 300 76.40 1874 77.05 75.68 +.20 +2.3 KimballEl Q KE 19 22.45 15.75 45 19.35 174 20.35 19.30 -.85 +6.0 KimballInt Q KBAL .28 1.7 16 20.97 15.40 79 16.11 469 17.10 15.93 -.34 -13.7sKimbRoy n N KRP 1.68f 7.2 24.50 15.06 39 23.34 291 24.50 21.95 +1.50 +43.6 KimbClk N KMB 4.00 3.8 21 127.94 97.10 1947 105.62 11286 106.79 103.17 -1.23 -12.5 Kimco N KIM 1.12 6.8 17 21.24 13.16 2347 16.54 16841 16.95 16.31 -.37 -8.9 Kimco pfI N KIMpI 1.50 5.9 25.49 23.33 6 25.32 139 25.33 25.04 +.22 +.5 Kimco pfJ N KIMpJ 1.38 5.7 25.61 21.10 16 24.07 136 24.11 23.67 +.19 -3.9 Kimco pfK N KIMpK 1.41 5.8 25.56 21.60 9 24.38 56 24.48 24.05 +.17 -2.9 Kimco pfL N KIMpL 25.99 20.01 10 23.30 97 23.41 22.95 +.19 -5.8 KindMorg N KMI .80f 4.5 25 21.25 14.69 8442 17.91 48167 18.25 17.75 -.02 -.9 KindM pfA N KMIpA 44.77 29.98 97 33.60 806 35.49 33.33 -.13 -11.5sKindredBio Q KIN 12.15 6.55 151 11.85 785 12.15 11.65 +.50 +25.4 KingldJw Q KGJI 2 2.50 1.20 11 1.23 146 1.27 1.23 -.03 -39.1 Kingstone Q KINS .40 2.4 26 21.70 13.21 13 16.70 84 17.35 16.25 +.05 -11.2 Kingsway N KFS 6.20 2.65 17 2.75 95 2.90 2.65 +.05 -45.5 KingtoneW Q KONE 9.90 2.63 9 6.71 64 7.50 6.37 -.09 +56.8tKiniksaPh n Q KNSA 24.64 16.54 120 16.14 483 17.73 15.97 -.57 -17.1 Kinross g N KGC 29 4.91 3.48 3247 3.77 21289 3.98 3.70 -.16 -12.7 KinsaleCp n Q KNSL .28 .5 57.22 34.70 44 55.00 319 55.78 54.00 -.44 +22.2 KirbyCp N KEX 37 94.05 59.25 223 86.75 1540 88.80 85.40 +1.15 +29.9sKirklLak n N KL .02e 22.93 11.52 276 22.50 2830 22.93 21.33 +.06 +46.5 Kirklands Q KIRK 34 13.48 8.17 95 11.40 515 12.15 11.21 -.58 -4.7 KiteRlty N KRG 1.27 7.6 6 21.57 13.87 372 16.77 2130 17.20 16.68 -.41 -14.4 KitovPh n Q KTOV 3.81 1.27 34 2.35 611 2.40 2.12 -.06 +3.1 KlondexM g A KLDX 3.89 1.29 314 2.35 3125 2.45 2.32 -.07 -10.0 KnSwftT rs N KNX .24 .6 24 51.94 34.30 1769 37.91 9410 39.27 37.83 -.11 -13.3 Knoll Inc N KNL .60 2.7 15 24.00 16.57 91 21.82 933 22.39 21.51 -.18 -5.3 KnotOffsh N KNOP 2.08 9.5 24.00 19.15 67 21.95 386 22.55 21.60 -.45 +5.8 Knowles N KN 13 16.98 10.95 401 15.82 3281 16.45 15.69 -.16 +7.9 Kohls N KSS 2.44 3.5 13 79.92 36.21 2708 69.13 13681 72.22 68.21 -2.25 +27.5 KonaGrill Q KONA 5.00 1.50 7 2.40 60 2.70 2.40 -.23 +37.1 KopinCp Q KOPN 4.60 2.80 150 3.04 1434 3.10 2.93 +.02 -5.0 Koppers N KOP 1.00 2.7 10 51.80 35.35 96 37.40 404 40.05 37.25 -2.30 -26.5tKoreaElc N KEP 20.38 13.75 232 13.75 1960 14.17 13.72 -.43 -22.4 KoreaFd N KF 4.50e 44.64 36.81 1 37.07 12 37.90 37.07 -.25 -10.2 KornFer N KFY .40 .6 27 68.34 31.53 476 64.87 2536 65.76 62.01 +.06 +56.8 KornitDig n Q KRNT 21.80 11.70 317 19.60 1448 20.00 17.65 +1.60 +21.4sKosmosEn N KOS 8.94 5.15 1144 8.45 10901 8.94 8.45 -.22 +23.4 Koss h Q KOSS 3.58 1.40 6 2.63 217 2.83 2.40 +.22 -14.9 KraftHnz n Q KHC 2.50 3.9 18 90.38 54.11 3998 63.85 16042 64.75 63.29 -.58 -17.9 KrNwChin s N KFYP 44.18 30.07 32.85 1 33.15 32.46 +1.78 -1.8 KrS ChIn n N KWEB 68.39 53.99 316 59.63 2594 60.76 58.19 +.03 +1.7 KranChinA N KBA 9.93e 39.22 28.30 110 29.78 1573 29.83 28.90 +1.07 -13.5 KraneChCm N KCNY .22e .6 37.87 33.05 3 34.82 17 35.28 34.75 -.43 -.8 KrnChEnv n N KGRN 27.96 20.62 0 21.18 1 21.35 21.06 +.51 -16.3 KrnOnBelt n N OBOR 28.16 22.54 9 23.26 27 23.45 23.01 +.40 -9.0 KrS CnTc n N KEMQ 28.97 23.42 16 24.78 49 24.85 24.35 +.32 -2.9 KratonCp N KRA 16 53.99 31.48 118 47.90 659 48.72 46.64 +1.08 -.6 KratosDef Q KTOS 13.93 8.90 578 12.70 4063 12.74 11.77 +.74 +19.9 Kroger s N KR .56f 2.0 11 31.45 19.69 6016 28.05 35744 29.18 27.64 -1.07 +2.2 KronosWw N KRO .68 3.0 8 29.49 17.11 352 22.50 2557 23.45 22.21 +.10 -12.7sKrystlBio n Q KRYS 17.75 8.03 31 17.13 199 17.75 14.53 +2.06 +62.8 Kulicke Q KLIC .12p 61 28.71 18.22 1655 28.48 6040 28.69 24.75 +3.37 +17.0 KuraOnc n Q KURA 24.03 5.90 147 20.20 1825 21.75 19.55 +.80 +32.0L -: L Brands N LB 2.40 7.6 10 63.10 30.70 8719 31.71 34470 37.84 31.31 -4.99 -47.3 L-3 Tch N LLL 3.20 1.6 20 218.71 168.54 493 203.34 2889 204.29 193.72 +9.77 +2.8 LCI Inds N LCII 2.40f 2.5 17 132.73 80.95 96 94.55 670 94.95 90.63 -27.3 LCNB Corp Q LCNB .64 3.3 15 22.84 18.05 7 19.50 43 20.40 19.16 -.80 -4.6 LF CapA n Q LFAC 9.70 9.59 9.60 334 9.63 9.60 -.01 -.3sLF CapA un Q LFACU 10.18 9.98 10.18 175 10.18 10.12 +.04 +1.8 LG Display N LPL 16.82 7.77 364 8.61 5333 8.93 8.38 +.44 -37.4 LGI Homes Q LGIH 11 81.88 40.73 150 58.27 1057 59.26 57.04 +.30 -22.3 LGL Grp A LGL 17 6.70 4.25 6 5.35 25 5.39 5.18 +.13 -4.8sLHC Grp Q LHCG 42 89.17 56.76 189 86.82 1018 89.17 85.70 -1.47 +41.7 LKQ Corp Q LKQ 19 43.86 29.60 2462 33.46 10899 33.50 32.46 +.93 -17.7 LM FdgA n Q LMFA 6.65 .35 1031 .41 7210 .87 .38 +.01 -74.1 LMP CapIn N SCD 1.24f 9.4 14.75 12.22 26 13.18 188 13.20 12.98 +.20 -5.5 LPL Fincl Q LPLA 1.00 1.5 23 73.28 42.23 352 65.95 2975 68.29 65.38 +.16 +15.4sLRAD h Q LRAD .04 1.4 2.80 1.46 59 2.76 620 2.80 2.52 +.10 +10.8 LSB Inds N LXU 11.71 4.75 221 6.97 1012 7.00 6.00 +1.00 -20.4 LSC Com N LKSD 1.04f 7.1 21.95 11.58 490 14.55 1716 15.13 13.77 +.61 -4.0 LSI Ind lf Q LYTS .20 3.7 24 9.18 4.91 75 5.38 372 5.67 5.25 -.24 -21.8 LTC Prp N LTC 2.28f 5.4 18 51.91 34.46 147 42.16 1238 43.91 42.05 -1.74 -3.2 LaJollaPh Q LJPC 41.36 22.68 221 30.49 904 30.79 29.16 +.24 -5.3 LaZBoy N LZB .48 1.6 20 34.25 23.15 353 30.10 2077 32.20 29.75 -2.00 -3.5 LabCp N LH 22 190.36 146.68 390 187.21 2469 187.57 181.56 +5.87 +17.4sLadderCap N LADR 1.30f 8.1 15 16.30 12.83 364 15.97 2651 16.30 15.93 -.20 +17.2 LadThalFn A LTS .04 1.1 3.84 2.21 49 3.49 423 3.57 3.46 -.05 +10.4 LadTh pfA A LTSpA 2.00 7.7 25.95 24.75 29 25.84 132 25.85 25.47 +.17 +2.1 LadThal27 n A LTSL 1.63 6.7 25.17 23.60 1 24.45 16 24.50 24.40 +.06 -1.9 LakeShBc h Q LSBK .40 2.3 42 18.00 15.70 0 17.20 3 17.40 17.20 +.05 +.3 LakeldB Q LBAI .46f 2.3 18 21.90 15.06 44 20.10 365 20.80 20.00 -.30 +4.4 Lakelnd s Q LKFN 1.04 2.2 20 52.43 41.30 51 48.11 290 50.90 48.10 -1.20 -.8 LakeInd Q LAKE 10 17.18 12.20 9 13.55 71 13.85 13.20 -.20 -6.9 LamResrch Q LRCX 4.40f 2.6 17 234.88 147.86 2132 171.79 12564 177.93 168.82 -2.07 -6.7 LamarAdv Q LAMR 3.64 5.1 24 79.17 61.36 396 71.31 2267 71.53 68.67 +1.81 -3.9sLambWst n N LW .77 1.1 26 71.04 42.58 674 70.85 4296 71.29 69.79 +.66 +25.5sLancastrC Q LANC 2.40 1.7 33 144.75 113.34 64 142.30 440 144.75 140.95 -.92 +10.1 Landcad n Q LCA 11.00 9.89 2 10.12 52 10.15 10.10 -.01 +1.8 Landcad un Q LCAHU 13.08 9.66 0 11.04 1 11.10 11.00 +.54 +4.9 Landec Q LNDC 19 15.60 11.42 48 14.80 277 15.15 14.75 -.30 +17.5 LandBncp Q LARK .80b 2.8 29 29.59 25.73 28.30 2 28.46 28.25 +.09 -2.4 LandmInfr Q LMRK 1.47 10.7 21 18.75 12.95 44 13.75 295 14.00 13.65 -.20 -24.0 LandIn pfA Q LMRKP 2.00 8.2 26.14 21.76 2 24.50 21 24.66 24.15 +.17 -3.0 LndInf un B Q LMRKO 1.98 8.0 25.76 22.15 2 24.64 8 24.69 24.43 +.21 -3.4 LandInf pfC Q LMRKN 1.75 7.4 25.22 22.13 2 23.50 14 23.60 23.40 -3.1 LandsEnd Q LE 25 31.15 10.55 107 26.00 640 27.95 25.75 -1.70 +33.0 Landstar Q LSTR .60 .5 24 118.60 80.00 218 110.10 968 114.25 109.05 -1.85 +5.8 Lannett N LCI 5 30.35 12.70 486 13.60 2065 14.55 13.60 -.20 -41.4 Lantheus n Q LNTH 4 24.45 13.55 386 14.05 1438 15.55 14.05 -.90 -31.3 Lantronix Q LTRX 3.56 1.78 12 2.66 110 2.77 2.58 -.12 +31.7 LaredoPet N LPI 4 13.46 7.41 2739 9.81 23593 10.43 9.48 +.25 -7.5 LVSands N LVS 3.00 4.1 21 81.45 59.16 1972 73.73 16493 74.09 71.62 +1.36 +6.1 LaSalleH N LHO .90m 2.6 19 36.13 24.10 168 34.88 4193 35.12 34.35 -.08 +24.3 LaSalH pfI N LHOpI 1.59 6.3 25.80 23.87 3 25.10 9 25.10 24.95 +.01 LaSalHt pfJ N LHOpJ 1.58 6.3 25.99 23.67 2 25.09 16 25.09 24.86 +.13 -2.5 Latam Air N LTM 17.39 9.49 259 10.26 2185 10.34 9.86 +.14 -26.2 LatAmDisc N LDF .03e .3 13.25 9.27 1 9.94 33 10.30 9.76 +.10 -13.5 LattDvMkt N RODM .62e 2.1 31.02 26.89 79 28.63 538 28.78 28.27 +.11 -2.0 LattEmMkt N ROAM .43e 1.9 28.12 22.08 3 22.82 55 23.00 22.59 +.13 -11.4 Latt RE n N RORE 16.02 13.27 1 15.69 431 15.80 15.63 -.16 +1.3 LattUSEqt N ROUS .39e 33.42 27.25 26 32.07 77 32.49 31.82 +.24 +2.5 LattGblSC N ROGS .57e 1.8 33.42 28.36 3 31.58 9 31.81 31.31 +.08 HrtLoVol n N LVIN 29.40 25.52 0 26.84 2 27.31 26.89 -3.2 Lattice Q LSCC 7.03 5.05 519 6.52 3408 6.89 6.34 +.12 +12.8 LaureatE n Q LAUR 18.24 10.46 1473 15.10 3083 15.50 14.86 +.24 +11.4 Lawsn Q LAWS 8 28.00 19.30 4 24.80 50 25.90 24.20 -.25 +.2 LazGlobTR N LGI .95 5.3 19.39 15.68 28 18.08 161 18.26 17.92 +.18 +.4 Lazard N LAZ 1.76f 3.5 13 60.00 40.50 797 50.03 3027 51.23 49.33 +.13 -4.7 LazWldDiv N LOR .69 6.6 12.63 10.28 13 10.41 158 10.62 10.38 -10.5 Lazydays n Q LAZY 31 11.10 7.25 3 9.37 86 9.51 8.54 +.62 -15.6 LeMaitreV Q LMAT .28 .8 42 41.28 26.37 46 36.56 541 37.04 35.32 -.17 +14.8 LeadgBr g Q LBIX 3.75 .74 102 1.72 1716 1.95 1.42 +.16 +5.5 LeafGrp N LFGR 11.75 6.35 36 11.10 232 11.70 11.00 -.55 +12.1 LeapTh n Q LPTX 10.25 4.90 20 8.55 95 9.06 8.39 -.15 +37.0 LearCorp N LEA 2.80f 1.5 14 206.36 140.45 366 187.94 3223 192.71 185.50 +.55 +6.4 Lee Ent N LEE 7 3.30 1.80 203 3.20 1498 3.30 3.05 +.15 +36.2 LegacyAc n N LGC 9.91 9.51 1 9.62 3 9.67 9.61 -.1 LegacyA un N LGC/U 10.18 9.82 2 10.00 6 10.09 10.00 +.6 LegacyRes Q LGCY 10.54 1.07 278 6.17 1348 6.32 5.97 +283.2 LegcyR pf Q LGCYP 2.00 12.3 19.25 3.69 5 16.20 57 17.25 15.72 -.96 +244.7 LegcyR pfB Q LGCYO 2.00 12.4 19.24 3.69 43 16.11 160 17.18 15.42 -.75 +243.5 LegacyTxF Q LTXB .64 1.7 17 46.45 34.58 242 38.53 1229 41.04 38.45 -1.11 -8.7tLeggMason N LM 1.36f 4.1 9 47.13 33.35 840 33.05 4563 35.33 32.96 -1.27 -21.3 LegMas56 n N LMHA 28.47 25.57 43 26.57 93 27.04 26.56 -.36 -2.5 LegM 5,4 56 N LMHB 25.73 23.37 92 24.48 361 24.68 24.19 -.22 -3.1 LM DevDvr Q DDBI 31.49 27.67 29.51 4 29.80 29.49 +.07 -.6 LM EMDvr Q EDBI 35.60 28.90 0 29.82 3 30.08 29.82 +.32 -9.7 LM LoVHiD Q LVHD 32.10 28.75 25 30.22 200 30.49 30.04 -.14 -4.2 LM IntLoV N LVHI 28.95 25.85 1 27.10 11 27.17 26.73 +.09 -3.8 LM EM LoV N LVHE 31.44 26.00 27.34 3 27.40 27.25 -.19 -.6 LM Gl Inf n Q INFR 30.39 27.00 1 28.20 3 28.68 27.95 -.21 -4.3sLM SC Qu n Q SQLV 30.83 23.33 30.21 5 30.83 30.21 -.24 +10.9 LeggPlat N LEG 1.52f 3.3 21 53.96 39.57 647 45.67 3639 45.79 45.00 +.51 -4.3 LeGS3.5s34 N JBK 1.59 6.0 26.71 23.54 3 26.37 8 26.40 25.85 +.38 +4.9 LeidosHld N LDOS 1.28a 2.1 22 70.11 51.81 428 62.43 3323 62.57 60.14 +2.25 -3.3 LeisAcq n Q LACQ 9.68 9.55 9.66 199 9.66 9.66 LeisAcq un Q LACQU 10.08 9.30 10.05 199 10.05 10.05 -.03 +1.4 LejuHldgs N LEJU .20e 2.23 .96 74 1.50 265 1.69 1.50 -.10 +4.2 LendgTree Q TREE 404.40 167.70 603 232.00 1743 248.70 220.31 +11.50 -31.9 LendingClb N LC 6.56 2.57 3474 4.46 24798 4.50 4.14 +.34 +8.0 LennarA N LEN .16 .3 14 72.17 48.71 1374 54.06 16586 55.22 53.37 +.41 -14.5 LennarB N LEN/B .16 .4 12 58.65 39.76 71 44.09 239 44.86 43.68 +.65 -14.7 Lennox N LII 2.56f 1.2 30 223.05 160.18 350 215.09 1559 216.68 207.68 +8.59 +3.3 Leo Hld un N LHC 10.90 9.40 10.14 0 10.14 10.14 -.03 +1.7tLevelBr n A LEVB 5.52 3.50 37 3.65 81 3.87 3.40 -.06 -16.1 LevOneBc n Q LEVL .03p 59 30.79 25.51 4 27.71 32 27.88 27.15 +.56 -5.3 LexiPhm rs Q LXRX 17.29 7.67 404 12.33 1909 13.07 12.07 -.67 +24.8 LexnFint n Q LX 20.00 10.15 436 11.03 3000 12.48 10.85 -1.39 -20.6 LexRltyTr N LXP .71 8.0 11 10.65 7.59 513 8.87 3842 9.06 8.80 -.16 -8.1 LexRT pfC N LXPpC 3.25 6.6 54.43 48.25 0 49.43 4 49.75 49.25 +.05 -3.7 LianlouSm Q LLIT 3.69 1.14 10 1.93 49 2.00 1.72 +.10 +10.0 Libbey A LBY .47 5.9 10.30 4.60 45 7.93 607 8.28 7.84 -.38 +5.5 LbtyASE N USA .72e 10.8 6.80 5.53 1293 6.67 5116 6.69 6.53 +.16 +5.9 LbtyASG N ASG .38e 5.6 6.86 4.72 159 6.77 498 6.80 6.55 +.25 +22.2 LibBrdbdA Q LBRDA 104.35 67.75 99 78.87 676 79.98 78.60 +.27 -7.3 LibBrdbdC Q LBRDK 104.66 68.33 500 79.08 4281 80.28 78.57 +.41 -7.1 LibExpA n Q LEXEA 58.20 35.89 602 47.10 3190 47.64 45.89 +.27 +6.2 LibtyGlobA Q LBTYA 39.73 27.11 1888 29.39 7522 29.72 28.30 +.32 -18.0 LibtyGlobB Q LBTYB 39.00 28.00 2 28.90 2 28.95 28.90 +.90 -18.7 LibtyGlobC Q LBTYK 37.86 26.08 3071 28.33 17564 28.69 27.44 +.40 -16.3 LibLA A n Q LILA 24.00 18.26 214 20.48 1171 20.90 19.74 +.14 -5.1 LibLA C n Q LILAK 23.92 17.90 1354 20.59 3567 21.07 19.94 +.11 -3.7 LibMSirA n Q LSXMA 48.18 38.61 353 47.42 2019 47.93 46.55 +.89 +19.6sLibMSirB n Q LSXMB 47.85 38.62 47.85 0 47.85 47.85 +.35 +7.5 LibMSirC n Q LSXMK 48.33 38.52 501 47.70 2481 47.99 46.86 +.81 +20.3 LibMBrA n Q BATRA 26.59 21.35 35 26.19 149 26.37 25.33 +.02 +18.8 LibMCFor Q FWONK 41.14 28.37 725 38.35 5271 39.35 36.98 -.29 +12.3 LibMAFor Q FWONA 39.37 27.22 77 36.58 703 37.30 35.25 -.03 +11.8 LibMBrC n Q BATRK 26.71 21.53 58 26.20 342 26.52 25.38 +.02 +17.9 LibOilSv n N LBRT 54 23.90 16.00 349 18.24 2646 19.90 17.48 -.50 -20.3 LibtProp N LPT 1.60 3.6 16 45.40 37.77 540 44.69 3117 44.92 43.95 +.02 +3.9 LibertyTax Q TAX .64 7.7 9 14.70 7.75 43 8.30 178 8.65 8.25 -.20 -24.5sLibTripA A Q LTRPA 17.75 7.90 213 17.30 1933 17.75 16.63 +.15 +83.6sLibTripA B Q LTRPB 67 17.50 9.00 17.45 1 17.50 17.40 +.75 +85.6 LifeStorg N LSI 4.00 4.1 34 101.28 69.00 533 97.22 2177 100.57 96.98 -2.03 +9.2 LifePtHlth Q LPNT 46 66.05 41.45 752 48.50 3972 49.55 46.95 +.35 -2.6 LifetimeBr Q LCUT .17 1.3 22 20.20 10.00 19 12.90 105 13.75 12.21 -.50 -21.8sLifevant rs Q LFVN 8.90 2.86 389 9.34 1117 9.52 7.61 +.90 +96.2tLifewayFds Q LWAY 15 10.75 4.25 8 4.42 113 4.91 4.25 -.12 -44.8sLigandPh Q LGND 71 226.36 115.40 179 221.09 1348 226.36 211.50 +4.42 +61.5 LightPath Q LPTH 4.10 1.97 123 2.31 381 2.38 2.26 -.03 +4.1 Lightbrdg rs Q LTBR 4.80 .91 128 .98 565 1.00 .96 -.02 -19.8 LightInBox N LITB 3.46 1.61 4 1.75 60 1.92 1.68 -.10 -24.0 LilisEn n A LLEX 6.30 2.96 332 5.65 1417 5.84 5.23 +.22 +10.6 Limbach n Q LMB 15.22 10.59 19 11.85 124 12.00 11.66 -.01 -14.3 LimelghtN Q LLNW 6.05 3.03 312 4.69 3170 4.95 4.61 -.14 +6.3sLimestBcp Q LMST 17.50 10.00 1 17.45 9 17.65 16.72 +.72 +21.9 Limoneira Q LMNR .25 1.0 19 26.80 19.62 29 25.28 267 26.25 24.92 -.31 +12.9 LincEdSv Q LINC .08 4.5 3.55 1.49 16 1.77 53 1.80 1.69 +.11 -12.4 LincElec Q LECO 1.56 1.7 26 101.34 81.48 297 90.53 1204 91.63 88.09 +2.78 -1.1 LincNat N LNC 1.32 2.1 9 86.68 61.18 1398 63.54 8181 65.62 62.80 +.51 -17.3sLindbladEx Q LIND 71 13.71 8.66 69 13.44 360 13.71 12.96 -.03 +37.3 Lindsay N LNN 1.24f 1.3 47 103.03 83.57 156 93.86 642 102.77 93.11 -6.66 +6.4 LineCp n N LN 47.81 33.91 84 45.11 770 45.93 44.28 +1.27 +10.1 LionsGat A N LGF/A .36 1.4 36.48 21.54 339 25.92 2225 26.30 25.25 +.23 -23.3 LionsGat B N LGF/B .36 1.5 34.41 19.97 290 24.53 1343 24.58 23.63 +.48 -22.7 Lipocine Q LPCN 5.33 1.03 48 1.42 440 1.45 1.35 +.04 -58.7sLiqTech A LIQT .84 .26 152 .74 2163 .84 .68 -.01 +29.8 Liquidity Q LQDT 7.65 4.34 27 6.85 175 7.20 6.25 -.08 +41.2 LithiaMot N LAD 1.16f 1.2 12 127.99 87.90 84 95.72 805 99.35 94.00 -1.61 -15.7 Littelfuse Q LFUS 1.48 .6 46 238.11 163.18 114 227.84 808 231.85 223.21 -.88 +15.2 LivaNova n Q LIVN 35 105.90 59.12 166 102.59 991 104.66 99.85 -1.40 +28.4sLiveNatn N LYV 51.23 34.18 1570 51.54 6339 52.19 49.33 +1.85 +21.1sLiveOakB n Q LOB .12 .4 13 32.60 20.75 146 31.50 1012 32.60 30.50 -.80 +32.1 LiveVent rs Q LIVE 26.50 9.54 6 13.04 38 13.25 12.48 +.41 -18.4 LiveXLve n Q LIVX 11.11 3.43 36 5.54 315 6.01 5.38 -.41 +38.5 LivePrsn Q LPSN 24.08 10.80 412 22.10 2265 22.50 21.25 -.10 +92.2 LloydBkg N LYG .47a 14.2 4.21 3.23 2104 3.33 11563 3.40 3.29 -.01 -11.2 LoanDpt n N LDI LockhdM N LMT 8.00 2.5 39 363.00 284.22 1662 318.37 7067 319.50 300.36 +19.18 -.8 Loews N L .25 .5 14 53.59 45.01 680 49.49 4833 50.24 49.05 +.59 -1.1 Logitech Q LOGI .63e 1.4 34 46.12 32.66 94 45.31 590 45.79 44.69 +.73 +34.7 LogMeIn Q LOGM 1.20 1.1 134.80 99.45 347 110.40 2137 112.53 106.45 +3.65 -3.6 LomaNeg n N LOMA 12 26.89 9.20 166 10.59 1229 11.67 10.52 -.57 -54.0sLoneRs n Q LONE 8.96 2.43 375 9.00 853 9.05 8.09 +.76 +126.7 LoopInd n Q LOOP 19.00 9.21 21 11.52 84 11.75 11.00 +.30 -20.4 LoralSpac Q LORL 59 51.75 36.85 41 38.90 243 39.70 38.30 -.20 -11.7 LaPac N LPX .13p 15 31.19 23.39 1605 27.62 6615 28.43 27.47 -.33 +5.2 Lovesac n Q LOVE 25.01 19.33 13 21.19 111 21.90 20.01 +.11 -11.7 Lowes N LOW 1.92f 1.9 22 108.98 70.76 5197 99.58 19491 100.74 96.26 +3.44 +7.1 LoxoOncol Q LOXO 208.95 69.00 255 179.03 2774 192.00 174.56 -10.93 +112.7 Lubys N LUB 3.20 2.35 24 2.55 60 2.76 2.55 -.07 -3.4slululemn gs Q LULU 57 130.49 56.56 881 125.45 6301 130.49 124.62 -3.09 +59.6 LumberLiq N LL 41.33 19.41 533 26.18 3445 26.74 24.94 +.45 -16.6 Lumentm n Q LITE 16 74.40 41.95 1398 58.85 6984 60.60 55.30 +.90 +20.3sLuminex Q LMNX .24 .8 42 31.70 18.62 322 31.76 1345 31.89 30.09 +1.66 +61.2 LunaInn h Q LUNA 4.00 1.16 54 3.35 268 3.41 3.25 -.02 +37.9 LuthBur n Q LBC .07e 13.60 11.02 43 11.53 292 12.02 11.48 -.27 -4.2 LuxferHld N LXFR .50 3.7 16.21 11.30 13.67 -13.5 Luxoft N LXFT 19 65.30 31.50 158 38.15 614 38.75 37.40 +.50 -31.5 Lydall N LDL 15 60.00 37.50 77 44.40 475 46.05 44.25 -.30 -12.5 LyonBas A N LYB 4.00f 3.7 9 121.95 83.23 1518 107.38 11874 111.84 105.41 -1.19 -2.7M -:M&T Bk N MTB 3.20f 1.9 19 197.37 141.12 2205 166.45 7946 173.33 165.53 -2.51 -2.7 M&T Bk wt N MTB/WS 113.50 68.29 112.00 +14.8 M&TBk pfA N MTBp 63.75 6.3 1090.00 1009.50 0 1017.00 0 -6.7 M&TBk pfC N MTBpC 63.75 6.2 1086.00 1010.00 1021.00 0 -.9 MACOM Q MTSI 65.99 15.46 337 24.60 1769 25.82 23.89 +.36 -24.4 MAG Slv g A MAG 13.84 9.29 121 9.81 1077 11.19 9.81 -1.20 -20.6 MAM Soft Q MAMS 20 9.42 6.11 3 8.38 65 8.68 8.16 -.31 +11.6 MB Fncl Q MBFI .96 2.0 19 51.59 38.29 238 47.11 2971 48.73 47.03 -.37 +5.8 MB Fin pfC Q MBFIO .39p 26.48 24.20 318 25.56 411 25.77 25.50 -.05 -2.8 MBIA N MBI 10.97 6.04 396 9.39 2852 9.65 9.16 -.05 +28.3sMBT Fnl Q MBTF .28f 2.5 16 11.60 9.25 17 11.00 190 11.60 10.95 -.10 +3.8 MCBC n Q MCFT 18 31.26 16.82 52 28.20 512 29.93 27.81 -.70 +26.9 MDC N MDC 1.20 3.8 11 35.18 26.45 374 31.79 1660 32.39 30.97 +.26 -.3 MDC Pr gs Q MDCA .84 15.4 2 12.26 3.80 279 5.45 2058 6.00 5.30 -44.1 MDU Res N MDU .79 2.7 25 29.62 24.29 624 29.29 3999 29.60 28.60 -.31 +9.0 MEI Phrm Q MEIP 5.14 1.79 498 4.26 1405 4.72 4.06 -.15 +102.9 MER Tel rs Q MTSL 4.49 .99 1523 1.58 26922 4.14 1.06 +.46 -25.1 MFA Fncl N MFA .80 10.3 10 8.90 6.72 1923 7.75 7156 7.81 7.72 +.01 -2.1 MFA Fn42 N MFO 2.00 7.8 26.36 25.32 25.73 15 26.25 25.68 +.03 -2.4 MFA pfB N MFApB 1.88 7.3 25.89 23.96 11 25.55 53 25.85 25.36 -.28 +1.0 MFC Bcp N MFCB 9.62 5.69 22 6.15 61 6.18 5.90 +.17 -21.0tMFS CAMu A CCA .60 5.8 14.00 10.21 18 10.27 43 10.31 10.20 -.03 -10.8 MCR N MCR .72a 9.1 8.76 7.84 72 7.90 427 7.91 7.86 +.06 -6.8 MGF N MGF .41 9.1 4.99 4.45 37 4.50 275 4.51 4.49 -6.1tMFS HInM N CXE .30 6.1 5.51 4.82 122 4.94 503 4.94 4.82 +.11 -5.7 MFS HYMu N CMU .28 6.1 4.89 4.37 122 4.54 425 4.54 4.43 +.11 -1.7 MFS IHI N CIF .25 10.0 3.03 2.46 64 2.49 387 2.54 2.49 -15.3 MIN N MIN .42 11.0 4.35 3.79 163 3.82 950 3.86 3.82 -.03 -8.0 MFS InvG N CXH .50 5.4 10.33 9.08 15 9.28 87 9.28 9.21 +.06 -4.4 MMT N MMT .52 9.3 6.29 5.57 135 5.60 612 5.64 5.59 -.01 -7.7 MFM N MFM .38 5.8 7.41 6.41 87 6.67 435 6.70 6.53 +.10 -2.9 MFV N MFV .58 10.1 6.84 5.49 15 5.75 61 5.80 5.70 +.03 -2.9 MGE Engy Q MGEE 1.29 2.0 30 68.70 51.05 28 63.75 240 66.00 62.79 -2.30 +1.0 MGIC Inv N MTG 8 16.21 9.97 1747 10.75 13858 11.44 10.72 -.33 -23.8 MGMGrPr n N MGP 1.72f 5.6 31.83 25.31 346 30.77 1471 31.06 30.20 +.26 +5.6 MGM Rsts N MGM .48 1.6 9 38.41 27.88 9377 30.95 39638 31.00 29.04 +1.98 -7.3 MGP Ing Q MGPI .32a .4 56 99.73 49.58 249 89.41 961 97.17 89.18 -5.41 +16.3 MI Acq n Q MACQ 11.41 8.34 35 10.66 577 11.40 10.60 +.08 +4.6 MI Homes N MHO 12 37.41 24.08 102 27.31 706 27.75 26.85 +.36 -20.6 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 12 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 62

MKS Inst Q MKSI .80f .8 14 128.28 70.00 393 97.15 2352 100.45 95.53 -.15 +2.8 MMA Cap Q MMAC 3 30.58 18.00 3 26.00 17 26.75 25.65 +.05 +7.0 MPLX LP N MPLX 2.47f 7.3 31 39.38 31.60 738 33.89 4651 34.59 33.34 -.18 -4.5sMRC Glbl N MRC 24 22.98 14.01 574 22.60 3757 22.98 21.71 +.32 +33.6sMSA Safety N MSA 1.52f 1.5 57 99.37 65.95 115 98.81 614 99.37 96.95 +.81 +27.5 MSB Fin Q MSBF .87a 4.0 21.95 17.10 3 21.50 11 21.89 21.20 +20.8 MSC Ind N MSM 2.32 2.8 15 99.94 65.42 663 81.71 7108 85.86 77.00 -1.44 -15.5 MSCI Inc N MSCI 1.52 .9 46 174.14 102.63 369 169.58 2162 170.38 167.41 +2.97 +34.0 MSG Netw N MSGN 10 26.30 16.25 738 23.30 2603 24.90 23.10 -.50 +15.1 MTGE Inv Q MTGE 2.00 10.2 6 20.20 16.15 95 19.70 820 19.90 19.70 -.15 +6.5 MTGE pfA Q MTGEP 2.03 7.9 27.42 25.00 43 25.72 69 25.89 25.70 -.09 -1.5 MTS Q MTSC 1.20 2.2 15 57.50 42.00 21 54.10 239 54.70 53.55 -.05 +.7 MTchAcq n Q MTEC 11.80 9.17 1 9.90 3 9.90 9.75 +.15 +2.9 MTchAc un Q MTECU 10.52 9.94 10.44 10 10.44 10.33 +.07 +3.7sMV OilTr N MVO .76e 6.7 9 12.21 4.80 62 11.35 520 12.21 10.98 +.37 +35.1tMVB Fin n Q MVBF .10 .6 20.40 15.40 5 17.62 35 18.09 15.40 -.21 -12.3 MVC Cap N MVC .60 6.2 10.97 9.25 40 9.63 306 9.65 9.25 +.38 -8.8 MVC 22 n N MVCD 1.56 6.1 27.25 25.12 2 25.51 18 25.72 25.51 +.01 -1.3sMYOS Q MYOS 2.50 1.03 248 1.38 11174 2.50 1.37 -.11 +1.5 MYR Grp Q MYRG 25 40.81 23.00 106 38.65 609 39.38 37.34 +.55 +8.2 MacQUtlDv N MFD 1.20 10.9 14.75 10.71 18 11.00 207 11.20 10.93 -.08 -11.5 MacQGInf N MGU 1.48 6.5 26.50 21.32 13 22.84 114 23.26 22.69 -.33 -11.4sMacatawa Q MCBC .24 1.9 21 12.92 9.05 14 12.38 129 12.92 12.22 -.39 +23.8 Macerich N MAC 2.96 5.1 32 69.73 52.12 618 57.84 4497 58.44 57.49 -.43 -11.9 MackCali N CLI .80 4.0 9 26.97 15.86 317 20.20 1726 20.87 20.16 -.54 -5.4 MackFn Q MFNC .48 2.8 15 17.58 13.69 25 17.25 75 17.49 16.72 -.20 +8.5 Macquarie N MIC 5.24e 11.7 8 78.10 36.20 1018 44.71 5655 45.22 43.60 +.89 -30.4 MacroGen Q MGNX 32.74 14.36 163 21.93 1132 22.54 21.09 -.43 +15.4 Macys N M 1.51 4.1 11 41.33 17.41 6018 36.39 33064 37.47 35.31 -.50 +44.5 MadCvCall N MCN .72 9.4 8.04 7.09 27 7.65 415 7.69 7.54 +.11 -.9sMadSqGd n N MSG 330.00 189.96 121 326.32 1484 330.00 318.38 -.98 +54.8 MadStSec N MSP 1.04 8.8 12.16 10.72 11 11.76 70 11.88 11.71 +.02 +.4 MadrigP rs Q MDGL 325.98 15.15 164 296.75 682 304.04 283.28 -2.73 +223.3 Magal Q MAGS 6.48 4.13 3 5.10 51 5.17 4.95 -.04 +.8 MagellnHlt Q MGLN 24 112.25 71.75 117 99.10 770 99.78 98.06 +.90 +2.6 MagellMid N MMP 3.75f 5.5 20 75.82 54.82 413 68.19 2904 68.90 67.44 -.15 -3.9 Magenta n Q MGTA 16.33 11.45 137 13.36 476 13.47 11.70 +.38 -8.0 MagicSft Q MGIC .26e 3.1 21 9.50 7.60 2 8.45 83 8.75 8.10 +.30 +.9 MagicJack Q CALL 8.65 5.55 88 8.45 637 8.55 8.45 -.10 Magna g s N MGA 1.32f 2.2 11 67.47 45.37 727 59.90 4915 61.16 58.85 +1.08 +5.7 MagnaChip N MX 7 13.40 8.85 253 11.30 1606 11.75 10.35 +1.00 +13.6tMagneG rs Q MNGA 22.95 .31 2616 .32 24072 .39 .31 -.02 -93.3 MagyarBc Q MGYR 68 13.75 12.01 1 12.21 3 12.70 12.20 -.05 -4.6 MaidenH Q MHLD .60 7.8 11.35 5.55 179 7.65 970 8.30 7.60 -.40 +15.9 Maiden prA N MHpA 2.06 8.6 25.71 18.80 37 24.02 367 24.24 23.77 +.26 -2.8 Maiden pfC N MHpC 1.78 7.8 26.67 16.73 21 22.68 116 23.08 22.09 +.66 -7.1 MaidnH pfD N MHpD 1.68 8.2 25.05 14.85 29 20.57 164 20.59 19.73 +.80 -1.8 MaidenHld n N MHLA .60 2.9 27.17 16.68 7 20.89 60 21.31 20.67 -.05 -9.2 MaidHld 43 N MHNC 1.94 8.3 27.34 18.64 4 23.47 38 23.56 22.98 +.38 -3.9 MainStCap N MAIN 2.28f 5.9 13 41.79 34.37 246 38.41 835 38.55 38.31 -.08 -3.3 MainStC 23 N MSCA 1.53 5.9 26.50 25.23 25.79 +2.1 MainSDTMu N MMD 1.18 6.0 20.49 18.54 68 19.50 269 19.61 19.20 +.34 -1.7sMajesco n A MJCO 7.43 4.35 12 7.12 68 7.43 7.06 -.23 +32.6 MMyTrip Q MMYT 41.70 22.40 283 34.95 1635 35.70 32.90 -.65 +17.1 MalibuBoat Q MBUU 33 46.49 25.00 52 42.28 442 44.69 41.56 -.61 +42.2 Mallinckdt N MNK 49.12 11.65 2663 21.65 17337 21.77 19.89 +1.73 -4.0 MalvernBc Q MLVF 13 28.20 21.00 1 24.25 20 25.20 24.20 -.85 -7.4 MamEngy n Q TUSK 42.30 10.88 334 36.26 2332 38.98 34.91 -.59 +84.7 ManTech Q MANT 1.00f 1.7 20 62.24 37.02 73 59.60 756 60.72 56.74 +.68 +18.7sMgdDInvG N MZF .74 5.1 14.41 13.05 27 14.36 183 14.41 14.34 +.01 +6.9 ManchUtd N MANU .36 1.7 1 22.25 15.86 8 21.50 85 21.50 20.50 +.60 +8.6 ManhAssc Q MANH 31 54.21 39.10 226 50.36 1706 51.15 49.27 +.20 +1.7 ManhBrCa Q LOAN .48 6.3 17 8.00 5.25 7 7.66 146 7.90 7.21 -.17 +28.9 Manitex Q MNTX 13.26 6.86 33 12.82 343 13.21 12.64 +.03 +33.5 Manitowc rs N MTW 44.03 22.12 908 27.39 1832 27.52 25.90 +.95 -30.4 MannKd rs Q MNKD 6.96 1.09 1324 1.70 6093 1.82 1.66 -.10 -26.7 Mannatech Q MTEX .50 2.5 9 22.40 13.50 5 20.10 26 20.92 19.10 +.80 +34.0 ManngNap N MN .32 10.3 13 4.45 2.95 17 3.10 357 3.35 3.10 +.03 -13.9tManpwrGp N MAN 1.86 2.2 10 136.93 84.13 702 85.95 4298 89.60 83.86 -1.05 -31.8tManulife g N MFC .44 22.16 17.73 925 17.99 9695 18.21 17.73 +.09 -13.8sMarathnO N MRO .20 .9 22.74 10.55 8274 21.48 56400 22.74 21.11 +.39 +26.9tMaraPat rs Q MARA 10.03 .82 424 .89 1872 .94 .82 -.00 -78.3 MarathPt s N MPC 1.84 2.6 10 83.33 49.30 4885 71.74 23297 73.18 69.27 +1.54 +8.7 MarchxB Q MCHX .50e 3.20 2.34 65 2.93 203 3.13 2.87 -.14 +6.4sMarcusMill N MMI 25 41.14 24.34 87 40.47 627 41.14 40.36 -.11 +24.1sMarcus N MCS .60f 1.8 26 33.90 23.55 42 33.10 231 33.90 32.85 -.25 +21.0 MarinSft rs Q MRIN 15.45 5.40 5 5.60 25 5.90 5.50 -.25 -48.9 MarPet Q MARPS .32e 8.4 8 4.85 2.83 1 3.82 33 4.35 3.79 -.08 +12.4 MarineP N MPX .40f 2.1 34 19.82 12.00 9 18.90 90 19.80 18.72 -.10 +48.4 MarineMx N HZO 20 25.05 13.80 512 20.75 1068 21.05 19.70 +.45 +9.8 MarinusPh Q MRNS 9.87 1.31 422 8.14 3770 8.66 7.20 +.72 -.2 Markel N MKL 64 1194.98 963.79 26 1129.50 138 1134.00 1108.21 +17.52 -.8 MktAxess Q MKTX 1.68 .8 53 229.84 171.45 182 205.86 956 208.95 200.00 +3.31 +2.0 MarlinBs Q MRLN .56 1.8 19 31.95 20.26 13 30.75 85 31.25 30.70 -.15 +37.3 MAR Q MAR 1.32 1.0 34 149.21 96.90 844 131.01 11028 131.43 127.91 +3.35 -3.5 MarriotVac N VAC 1.60 1.4 19 154.14 107.17 351 117.85 1806 120.55 116.85 +1.46 -12.8 Marrone Q MBII 3.39 .85 179 1.92 1025 1.95 1.82 -.02 +74.5sMarshM N MMC 1.66f 1.9 24 86.54 76.68 1623 86.56 11816 86.62 84.42 +2.75 +6.4 MartenTr s Q MRTN .10 .4 34 29.60 15.60 184 22.55 1537 24.55 22.45 -1.50 +11.1 MartMM N MLM 1.76 .8 33 241.33 189.27 278 226.82 2083 228.52 222.53 -.68 +2.6 MartinMid Q MMLP 2.00 14.5 22 19.85 12.70 169 13.80 530 13.90 13.60 +.10 -1.4 MarvellTch Q MRVL .24 1.1 20 25.18 14.87 7650 21.86 71826 22.92 21.55 +.23 +1.8 Masco N MAS .42 1.1 19 46.45 35.79 2465 38.01 14014 38.95 37.40 -.30 -13.5 Masimo Q MASI 42 102.32 80.69 265 99.49 2534 100.35 97.89 -.48 +17.3 Masonite g N DOOR 14 79.90 50.40 39 71.15 494 72.83 70.25 -1.25 -4.0 Mastec N MTZ 13 55.53 38.40 641 51.95 3095 53.45 50.70 -.50 +6.1 MastechD A MHH 20 18.42 6.26 12 16.90 70 17.50 16.06 -.56 +68.0sMasterCrd N MA 1.00 .5 48 209.19 121.82 2591 205.91 14429 209.19 199.25 +6.39 +36.0 MatadorRs N MTDR 24 35.22 20.89 944 31.81 8920 33.43 31.21 +.87 +2.2 Match n Q MTCH 40 48.65 17.55 1334 38.89 9908 40.45 37.33 -1.11 +24.2 Materialise Q MTLS 16.50 11.23 25 12.92 181 13.20 12.83 -.29 +1.7 Materion N MTRN .42f .8 35 57.45 36.60 37 55.55 269 56.95 54.95 -.90 +14.3 MatinasB n A MTNB 1.75 .32 283 .40 3828 .54 .38 -.01 -65.4sMatlinPr n Q MPAC 9.92 9.65 9.92 65 9.92 9.90 +.02 +1.6 MatlnPrt un Q MPACU 11.00 10.00 1 10.57 115 10.58 10.50 +.07 +4.1sMatrixSv Q MTRX 20.65 9.10 135 20.25 916 20.65 19.70 +.70 +13.8 Matson N MATX .80 2.1 7 40.32 21.63 149 37.48 1463 39.28 37.23 -1.49 +25.6 Mattel Q MAT .60 3.6 21.67 12.21 2726 16.46 11119 17.73 16.44 -.81 +7.0 Mattersight Q MATR 3.05 1.93 12 2.68 295 2.70 2.65 -.03 +4.9 MatthInt Q MATW .76 1.3 21 66.65 47.70 163 60.35 598 61.20 59.50 +.10 +14.3 MauiLand N MLP 23 27.80 9.95 44 12.85 154 13.05 12.50 +.20 -25.7 MaxarTc n N MAXR 1.48 2.8 67.30 42.11 263 52.95 1331 53.42 50.78 +.38 -17.7 MaximIntg Q MXIM 1.68 2.8 25 74.94 43.43 1334 60.67 8201 61.47 59.62 +.16 +16.0 Maximus N MMS .18 .3 19 72.71 58.58 265 64.49 1114 64.95 63.86 +.34 -9.9 MaxLinear N MXL 11 28.99 15.39 1126 16.55 4849 17.39 16.55 -.45 -37.4 MaxwellT Q MXWL 6.61 4.29 221 4.79 695 5.27 4.76 -.42 -16.8 MaysJ Q MAYS 23 47.00 35.30 0 42.00 1 42.00 40.25 +1.80 +7.7 MazorRbt Q MZOR 76.56 35.51 169 60.16 915 61.46 58.91 +.30 +16.6 McClatch rs A MNI 11.04 5.75 1 9.50 16 9.94 9.50 -.24 +6.4sMcCorm vot N MKC/V 2.08f 1.8 119.65 90.60 0 117.15 5 119.65 117.15 -2.17 +16.6sMcCorm N MKC 2.08 1.7 18 120.23 90.25 543 119.14 4332 120.23 117.08 -.24 +16.9 McDnlds N MCD 4.04 2.5 24 178.70 146.84 5185 158.51 15904 160.98 155.28 -.91 -7.9 McGrathR Q MGRC 1.36 2.2 10 68.79 33.24 111 61.96 581 65.81 61.88 -3.01 +31.9 McKesson N MCK 1.36 1.0 11 178.86 131.43 814 136.59 6332 139.86 133.96 -1.29 -12.4 McEwenM N MUX .01 .4 2.86 1.82 908 2.23 6021 2.28 2.18 -.02 -2.2 Mechel pf N MTLp 1.34 .80 1 1.08 87 1.10 1.02 -.02 +2.9 Mechel rs N MTL 5.80 3.00 19 3.30 184 3.45 3.15 -.03 -37.3 MedalFin Q MFIN .20 3.7 5.86 2.08 38 5.46 463 5.59 5.33 -.03 +54.7 MedalF 9 21 Q MFINL 2.25 8.9 26.96 22.01 10 25.25 11 25.49 25.01 +.03 -5.9 Medequit n N MRT .84 7.5 12.71 9.67 63 11.21 737 11.85 11.18 -.19 -.1 MedProp N MPW 1.00 7.0 16 14.52 11.82 1341 14.34 8340 14.52 14.25 -.11 +4.1 MedTrBill Q MTBC 5.44 1.08 110 4.08 824 4.24 3.90 +.07 +56.3 MedTBill pf Q MTBCP 2.75 10.6 27.30 22.21 3 25.96 37 26.00 25.92 -.02 +2.7 MediCo Q MDCO 43.79 24.45 936 40.04 6429 41.41 38.01 +1.59 +46.5 MediciNova Q MNOV 14.50 4.40 43 8.81 903 10.74 8.31 +.47 +36.2 Medidata Q MDSO 85.92 59.60 349 84.75 2295 85.86 82.08 +.35 +33.7 Medifast N MED 1.92 1.2 72 179.52 40.00 113 166.00 667 169.72 161.28 -1.66 +137.8 Medigus rs Q MDGS 3.18 1.05 344 1.29 14723 2.55 1.16 +.06 -2.3 MediWound Q MDWD 7.50 3.56 77 6.25 918 7.05 5.95 -.65 +40.4 MedleyCap N MCC .40m 11.7 5 6.65 3.35 280 3.42 861 3.47 3.41 -.02 -34.5 MedleyC 23 N MCV 1.53 6.2 25.98 23.93 1 24.70 8 24.80 24.61 +.05 -2.1 MedleyC 21 N MCX 1.63 6.5 26.35 25.00 1 25.10 6 25.52 25.04 +.18 -2.7 Medley n N MDLX .22p 25.09 23.60 3 24.50 8 24.50 24.06 +.44 -1.1 Medley24 n N MDLQ 25.66 24.50 4 24.93 13 25.15 24.80 +.25 -1.1 MedleyMgt N MDLY .80 21.9 7.15 3.10 19 3.65 163 3.80 3.64 +.05 -43.8 Mednax N MD 11 63.04 40.56 742 44.34 3704 44.46 43.44 +.90 -17.0 Medpace n Q MEDP 38 45.94 26.56 127 44.72 832 45.44 43.78 +.38 +23.3 Medtrnic N MDT 2.00f 2.3 35 88.82 76.41 4389 88.36 22794 88.60 86.38 +1.73 +9.4 MeetGrp Q MEET 5.45 1.84 881 3.94 5597 4.57 3.91 -.64 +39.7tMeiraGTx n Q MGTX 15.49 10.62 173 10.53 559 13.39 10.27 -2.30 -29.8 MelcoResE Q MLCO .32e 1.3 80 32.95 19.56 2322 24.91 16873 26.16 24.79 +.07 -14.2 Melinta rs Q MLNT 22.50 5.20 217 6.45 1491 6.90 6.30 -59.2 Mellanox Q MLNX 90.45 42.25 341 82.90 4038 87.15 78.50 -3.25 +28.1 MelroseBn Q MELR .34e 25 20.50 17.40 2 19.75 31 20.00 19.40 -.25 -1.3 MenloTh n Q MNLO 39.86 6.99 37 8.40 338 8.78 7.93 -70.7sMenus n Q MRUS 26.74 13.30 17 25.33 234 26.74 24.62 -.43 +30.6 MercadoL Q MELI .60 .2 417.91 217.06 933 327.68 3242 329.15 300.00 +14.77 +4.1sMercBank Q MBWM .88 2.4 18 38.47 28.92 37 37.08 208 38.47 36.97 -.62 +4.8 MercerIntl Q MERC .50 2.9 15 17.75 10.45 196 17.35 870 17.65 16.85 +21.3 MerchBcp n Q MBIN .24 .9 29.15 16.27 41 27.05 347 28.93 26.71 -1.66 +37.4 Merck N MRK 1.92 3.1 23 66.41 52.83 7352 62.89 43142 63.04 61.59 +.69 +11.8 MercGn N MCY 2.50 5.7 39 61.51 41.41 165 43.87 990 45.08 43.46 +.13 -17.9 MercSys Q MRCY 52 55.00 30.11 461 40.71 2076 41.23 39.29 +.80 -20.7 Meredith N MDP 2.18 4.0 13 72.25 47.30 1008 54.80 2532 56.08 52.63 -.50 -17.0 MeridBcp Q EBSB .20 1.1 25 21.85 16.35 79 18.90 759 19.75 18.90 -.55 -8.3 MeridnBk n Q MRBK 21.37 16.56 17.91 28 18.17 17.52 -.23 -10.4 MeridBio Q VIVO .50 3.2 26 17.10 13.35 81 15.70 548 16.35 15.35 -.55 +12.1sMeritMed Q MMSI 55 56.76 36.21 162 55.75 1834 56.76 54.20 +.55 +29.1 Meritage N MTH 12 55.50 38.80 253 45.85 1389 46.70 44.95 +.25 -10.4 Meritor N MTOR 6 29.54 16.68 385 21.77 2241 22.75 21.45 -.08 -7.2 MerL pfK N MERpK 1.61 6.2 26.54 25.42 47 25.93 254 26.15 25.93 -.10 -.6 ML CZN46 N PIY 2.09 13.5 26.88 11.66 3 15.53 8 15.95 15.52 +.03 +5.6 MLRRD29 N PYS 1.58 8.5 23.79 17.20 0 18.52 40 19.19 18.48 -.25 -8.5 MLGS flt N PYT .76 3.5 22.60 20.40 21.60 6 21.86 21.60 -.28 +3.1 MLIdxPl33 A IPB 1.51 5.4 29.00 26.50 27.75 0 27.75 27.75 -.01 +.2 MerrimP rs Q MACK 1 15.40 4.71 92 5.33 866 5.43 4.98 +.15 -48.0 Mersana n Q MRSN 23.96 12.45 110 16.29 477 18.69 16.19 -1.32 -.9sMesaLabs Q MLAB .64 .3 224.90 122.35 12 220.67 80 224.95 202.44 -.33 +77.5 MesaRoyl N MTR 1.46e 9.7 15 19.85 11.50 1 15.10 32 15.55 14.05 +1.05 -18.2 Mesab N MSB 1.49e 30.92 13.10 30 25.45 145 25.70 24.55 +.15 +1.2 Mesoblast n Q MESO 8.00 4.74 53 5.78 240 6.05 5.72 -.20 -1.0 MetaFincl Q CASH .52 .5 20 117.98 60.70 62 96.45 389 101.75 96.25 -2.70 +4.1sMethanx Q MEOH 1.32 1.8 21 74.18 42.30 321 72.40 1760 74.18 70.15 +.45 +19.6 Methode N MEI .44 1.1 26 48.44 36.75 167 39.40 988 41.30 38.95 -1.29 -1.7 MetLife N MET 1.68 3.8 10 55.91 43.09 3767 44.20 24561 45.62 43.63 +.47 -12.6sMetLfe pfA N METpA 1.02 4.0 25.80 23.50 62 25.38 182 25.80 25.28 -.26 +2.2 MetroBkH n N MCB 55.00 36.35 13 51.41 112 53.70 50.97 -1.40 +22.1 MettlerT N MTD 40 697.26 540.24 186 583.13 830 596.13 579.87 -.64 -5.9 MexcoEn A MXC 14.49 3.00 36 6.10 576 7.30 5.78 -.81 +55.2 MexEqt N MXE 1.62e .1 12.22 9.50 3 11.06 31 11.23 11.03 +.04 +7.8 MexicoFd N MXF .60 3.7 18.24 14.03 62 16.05 159 16.28 16.00 -.10 +1.9 MKors N KORS 20 70.00 32.81 1888 66.55 12661 68.50 63.79 -.42 +5.7 Michaels Q MIK 10 27.87 17.25 1948 19.77 11124 20.93 19.52 -.72 -18.3 MicrFoc n N MFGP 36.21 12.67 1119 16.63 7458 17.25 15.05 -.07 -50.5 Microbot rs Q MBOT 1.55 .58 63 .73 724 .76 .69 -.01 -28.7 Microchp Q MCHP 1.45f 1.5 96 104.20 77.95 1484 94.03 17604 94.76 91.59 +.62 +7.0 MicrSol n A MICR 4.29 3.19 2 3.42 12 3.45 3.38 +.03 -2.3 MicronT Q MU 6 64.66 26.85 28791 56.35 169067 56.59 53.11 +3.12 +37.0 MicronetE Q MICT 1.94 .65 45 1.54 557 1.64 1.50 -.04 +37.5sMicrosoft Q MSFT 1.68 1.6 61 104.41 69.20 24578 105.43 134201 105.60 101.10 +4.27 +23.3 MicroStr Q MSTR 24 196.35 122.16 35 135.83 260 137.22 133.10 +.95 +3.5 Microvisn Q MVIS 3.25 1.00 579 1.06 2898 1.10 1.04 -.01 -35.0 MidPenn Q MPB .60 1.8 17 37.90 26.00 1 33.30 11 34.20 32.60 -.70 +.6 MidAApt N MAA 3.48 3.5 18 110.24 85.16 326 99.45 2823 100.43 98.55 +.11 -1.1 MdAApt pfI N MAApI 2.13 3.3 68.51 61.56 65.34 0 65.34 64.14 +.84 -2.9 MidConEn Q MCEP 2.52 .92 117 2.00 691 2.00 1.65 +.30 +69.5 Midatech n Q MTP 2.80 .66 9 .71 358 .84 .68 -.01 -15.5 Middleby Q MIDD 19 138.89 98.06 769 102.23 4670 104.58 101.49 -.94 -24.2 MiddlefldB Q MBCN 1.12 2.3 16 54.90 42.10 5 48.60 19 52.35 48.50 -3.20 +.8 MdsxWatr Q MSEX .90 2.0 30 46.74 33.96 47 44.32 229 44.68 42.51 +.58 +11.0 MidlStBc n Q MSBI .88 2.5 24 36.50 28.70 83 34.63 370 36.06 34.39 -.26 +6.6 MidsthBcp N MSL .28m 2.0 15.40 11.05 23 13.70 125 14.10 13.60 -.10 +3.4 MidstPet N MPO 19.04 11.79 39 13.76 278 14.84 13.56 -.44 -17.0 MidWOne Q MOFG .78f 2.3 18 37.94 30.56 37 33.44 164 35.19 33.41 -1.54 -.3 Milacron n N MCRN 22.62 15.09 196 18.88 1600 19.25 16.70 +.28 -1.4 MilestnSci A MLSS 1.60 .64 5 .81 44 .85 .78 -.01 -31.1 MillerHer Q MLHR .72 1.9 17 41.85 29.95 532 38.75 2323 39.05 37.16 +.45 -3.2 MHowHiInc N HIE 1.39 11.2 14.17 10.93 72 12.38 250 12.47 12.27 +.08 -.7 MillerInds N MLR .72 2.7 16 29.00 23.90 11 26.30 110 26.90 25.60 -.50 +1.9 Mimecast n Q MIME 46.87 25.12 101 42.51 866 43.40 41.62 +.26 +48.3tMiMedx Q MDXG 15 18.25 3.01 3012 3.37 18662 3.67 3.01 +.02 -73.3tMind CTI Q MNDO .30e 13.8 10 2.55 2.08 20 2.18 212 2.20 2.08 -11.5 Mindbody n Q MB 45.50 21.57 589 42.00 3111 42.53 39.85 +.45 +37.9sMinTech N MTX .20 .3 18 78.35 62.55 83 75.05 499 78.35 74.45 -1.50 +9.0 MinervaN Q NERV 9.25 4.80 88 8.50 393 8.85 8.25 -.20 +40.5 Miragen rs Q MGEN 15.91 5.01 171 7.34 1052 7.94 6.89 +.02 -29.6 MiratiTher Q MRTX 54.64 3.45 357 49.25 2244 54.10 46.10 -3.25 +169.9sMisonix Q MSON 13.60 7.05 3 13.00 44 13.60 12.95 -.05 +37.6 MissP pfD N MPpD 1.31 5.2 27.67 24.63 0 25.31 2 25.41 25.25 -.10 -1.4 Mistras N MG 39 23.83 17.00 46 21.31 322 21.58 20.74 +.39 -9.2 Mitcham Q MIND 4.57 2.82 18 3.82 142 4.02 3.70 -.19 +20.5 Mitchm pfA Q MINDP 2.25 9.5 24.60 22.34 2 23.60 29 24.15 23.50 +.20 +1.5 MitekSys Q MITK 25 10.75 7.00 112 9.35 607 9.40 8.91 +.25 +4.5 MitelNet g Q MITL 11.31 6.99 1088 11.04 3802 11.06 10.96 +.08 +34.1 MitsuUFJ N MUFG 8.11 5.49 764 5.66 8166 5.83 5.63 +.07 -22.1 MiX Tele N MIXT .22e 21.00 7.79 49 18.53 373 19.74 18.33 -.19 +45.2 MizuhoFn N MFG 4.00 3.28 206 3.34 1989 3.41 3.33 -8.2sMobileMini Q MINI 1.00 2.1 41 50.40 28.10 80 48.30 632 50.40 47.68 -1.10 +40.0 MobileTele N MBT .53e 5.9 12.80 7.78 1642 9.03 12380 9.17 8.82 -11.4 MobileIron Q MOBL 6.55 3.20 267 4.80 1254 4.85 4.65 +.05 +23.1 Model N N MODN 19.60 12.40 101 19.00 1067 19.15 18.30 +.15 +20.6 ModMed n Q MMDM 10.24 9.65 60 9.98 84 9.99 9.95 +1.8 ModMed rt Q MMDMR .55 .30 1 .49 2 .52 .49 -.03 +25.6 ModMed un Q MMDMU 12.50 10.16 7 10.77 7 10.90 10.77 -.07 +2.5 Modine N MOD 13 25.75 15.25 134 17.75 913 18.40 17.25 -.20 -12.1 Moelis&Co N MC 1.88f 3.2 48 67.65 37.75 202 58.95 1322 60.40 58.35 -.85 +21.5 Mohawk N MHK 17 286.85 202.75 939 223.86 6409 228.49 217.70 +5.12 -18.9 MolecTemp Q MTEM 13.25 .45 73 5.19 324 5.45 4.61 -.04 -48.2 Moleculin n Q MBRX 3.40 1.30 75 1.74 838 1.78 1.67 +.03 -6.5sMolinaHlth N MOH 106.94 56.68 584 106.94 3321 107.73 101.33 +6.46 +39.5 MolsCoorB N TAP 1.64 2.4 11 94.02 58.75 1481 68.10 12070 70.95 67.44 -2.52 -17.0sMomenta Q MNTA 26.70 11.85 1026 28.00 3153 28.50 22.65 +5.30 +100.7 Momo Q MOMO 54.24 22.49 3598 43.96 21489 48.52 43.72 -2.48 +79.6 MonakGp n Q MKGI 5.07 1.74 37 3.11 196 3.43 2.25 +.87 -37.4 MonarCas h Q MCRI 32 47.92 29.37 32 47.51 142 47.58 45.13 +2.09 +6.0 Mondelez Q MDLZ .88 2.1 22 46.54 37.42 4423 42.83 25580 42.85 41.86 +.48 +.1 MoneyGrm Q MGI 17.48 6.39 272 6.70 1210 6.80 6.55 -.05 -49.2 MngDB A n Q MDB 59.54 24.62 1533 56.94 5370 58.90 50.60 +5.03 +91.8 MonRE N MNR .68 4.0 26 18.45 13.87 331 16.90 1500 17.08 16.74 -.04 -5.1 MonRE pfC N MNRpC 1.53 6.4 26.49 22.82 20 24.00 162 24.02 23.88 +.06 -4.1 MonPwSys Q MPWR 1.20 .9 94 142.56 95.50 273 139.91 1324 141.04 136.50 +1.60 +24.5 Monotype Q TYPE .46 2.2 50 26.75 15.75 107 20.90 1230 21.48 20.35 +.10 -13.3sMonro Q MNRO .80f 1.2 34 64.15 39.65 734 65.00 1731 67.73 60.10 +2.70 +14.1 MonroeCap Q MRCC 1.40 10.4 9 15.21 12.18 63 13.49 347 13.85 13.44 -.23 -1.9 MonstrBv s Q MNST 42 70.21 47.61 1349 61.21 10745 61.24 58.18 +2.77 -3.3sMoodys N MCO 1.76 1.0 39 181.80 122.06 604 181.96 4023 182.31 173.37 +9.15 +23.3 Moog A N MOG/A .25p 20 93.93 70.79 74 78.26 410 79.03 76.98 +1.08 -9.9 Moog B N MOG/B .25p 20 91.71 72.70 1 78.19 2 78.39 78.00 +.17 -11.9 MorgStan N MS 1.00 2.1 12 59.38 43.84 9748 48.08 43193 48.65 47.29 +.99 -8.3 MorgSt pfE N MSpE 1.78 6.3 29.99 27.96 31 28.24 289 28.50 28.04 -.21 -2.5 MorgSt pfF N MSpF 1.72 6.3 29.52 27.26 63 27.46 366 27.70 27.38 -.29 -3.4 MorgSt pfI N MSpI 1.59 5.9 29.01 26.51 27 26.96 298 27.30 26.87 -.25 -3.2 MorgS pfG N MSpG 1.66 6.3 27.74 25.75 16 26.32 128 26.69 26.27 -.25 -1.5 MorgSt pfK N MSpK 27.72 25.54 91 25.93 528 26.19 25.86 -.25 -4.3 MS Asia N APF .14e .8 19.99 16.32 33 17.08 159 17.85 16.82 +.21 -7.2 MS China N CAF 13.33e 27.79 21.02 96 22.73 1028 22.90 22.08 +.78 -2.8 MS CushHi N MLPY 1.28e 20.4 8.00 6.09 1 6.28 10 6.60 6.28 -.17 -11.0 MS EMD N MSD .57e 6.4 10.27 8.55 45 8.93 264 8.94 8.80 +.12 -10.5 MSEMDDbt N EDD .80m 11.5 8.37 6.64 188 6.93 830 6.95 6.82 +.03 -10.0 MSEmMkt N MSF .05e .3 19.86 15.63 36 16.41 110 16.45 16.09 +.30 -8.3 MS India N IIF .04e 35.14 25.40 59 26.74 175 26.97 26.07 +.75 -19.3 MSJCP97 N HJV 1.75 14.5 16.72 10.00 3 12.06 41 12.19 11.75 +.16 -2.3 MkVRMB N CNY 49.12 40.13 0 46.20 42 46.20 44.94 +.82 +7.4 MkVRupee N INR .20p .5 45.42 39.21 40.00 1 40.00 39.51 -.35 -8.4 MSDLEur N URR 21.49 16.65 17.87 0 17.87 17.87 +.17 -1.4 MSDSEur N DRR 55.98 44.20 1 53.40 1 53.40 53.00 +1.80 +10.3 MorgSt pfA N MSpA 1.01e 4.3 24.50 21.49 31 23.25 323 23.65 23.15 -.41 +2.7sMornstr Q MORN 1.00 .7 31 134.95 77.50 247 136.32 677 136.75 130.06 +6.83 +40.6 MosaicAc n N MOSC 9.90 9.49 9.72 196 9.72 9.68 +.04 +.2 Mosaic N MOS .10 .4 38 29.95 19.23 1747 28.15 14076 29.20 27.72 +.03 +9.7 MoSys rs Q MOSY 2.23 .61 80 1.90 1085 1.94 1.80 +.07 +70.9 MotifBio n Q MTFB 13.75 6.84 9.01 0 9.01 9.01 -16.7 MotorcarP Q MPAA 23 30.16 18.09 157 19.35 952 21.18 19.33 -.45 -22.6sMotrlaSolu N MSI 2.08 1.7 22 121.30 82.86 588 120.77 6374 121.69 117.11 +2.36 +33.7sMotusGI n Q MOTS 10.66 3.75 39 8.21 969 10.66 7.50 -1.48 +87.4tMtnPDia g Q MPVE 4.10 2.30 16 2.25 129 2.48 2.25 -.14 -18.2 Movado N MOV .80 1.7 53.73 21.50 105 46.80 771 49.50 45.95 -2.45 +45.3tMoxian n Q MOXC 4.00 1.56 77 2.31 371 2.60 1.56 +.43 -40.0 MudrickC n Q MUDS 9.94 9.55 9.69 0 9.69 9.69 +.05 +1.0 Mueller N MLI .40 1.4 21 37.57 25.26 211 29.62 789 30.93 29.39 -1.00 -16.4 MuellerWat N MWA .20 1.7 27 12.99 9.59 473 11.89 3495 12.19 11.71 -.12 -5.1 MultiColor Q LABL .20 .3 18 89.70 61.45 46 66.70 751 67.73 65.45 +.10 -10.9 MurphO N MUR 1.00 3.0 35.98 22.21 1108 33.00 8471 34.87 32.54 -.08 +6.3 MurphUSA N MUSA 15 89.69 61.05 399 79.54 2009 80.14 72.36 +2.66 -1.0 MustBio n Q MBIO 13.35 6.17 86 7.49 323 7.70 7.14 +.15 -37.5 MutualFst Q MFSF .72 1.9 19 40.50 31.05 5 37.75 35 38.85 37.65 -.45 -2.1 MySize n Q MYSZ 3.58 .57 397 .88 2195 .95 .80 +.02 +35.8 MyersInd N MYE .54 3.0 36 24.60 15.40 115 18.10 551 19.50 18.03 -1.10 -7.2 Mylan NV Q MYL 8 47.82 29.39 2382 36.58 13175 37.40 36.02 -.05 -13.5 MyndAn n Q MYND 5.05 1.15 53 1.65 580 2.02 1.57 -.25 -51.5 MyoKard n Q MYOK 62.83 12.85 191 55.65 1457 56.60 52.45 +1.75 +32.2 Myomo n A MYO 13.50 2.07 146 2.28 1223 2.67 2.22 -.34 -39.2 Myovant n N MYOV 25.54 9.92 866 21.00 1135 24.81 20.22 -3.53 +66.1sMyriadG Q MYGN 21 44.31 23.28 644 42.69 6601 44.31 37.44 +4.75 +24.3N -:NBT Bcp Q NBTB 1.00f 2.6 19 40.47 31.28 43 38.55 461 39.90 38.49 -.56 +4.8 NCI BldSy N NCS 23 23.35 13.05 222 20.85 1486 21.55 20.50 -.40 +8.0 NCR Corp N NCR 28 43.24 26.00 533 31.40 4096 31.65 30.84 +.64 -7.6 NCS Mltst n Q NCSM 24.85 12.57 85 15.50 428 16.42 14.65 +.88 +5.2sNETgear Q NTGR 77.30 43.10 304 76.05 2111 77.30 69.10 +7.10 +29.4 NF EngSv Q NFEC 5.29 .76 96 3.02 660 3.53 2.91 -.11 +211.3 NGL EnPt N NGL 1.56 12.5 17.65 8.58 318 12.45 2453 12.75 11.95 -.15 -11.4 NGL En pfB N NGLpB 2.25 9.0 25.56 23.10 43 24.88 184 24.94 24.63 -.05 +2.0 NI Hldg n Q NODK 18.62 15.72 8 16.47 48 16.77 16.30 -.43 -3.0 NIC Inc Q EGOV .32 2.0 21 19.73 12.65 160 16.35 1697 16.75 16.15 -.35 -1.5 NICE Ltd Q NICE .64 .6 35 111.39 73.65 134 107.25 873 107.45 104.11 +2.27 +16.7 NII Hldg n Q NIHD 4.75 .22 707 4.15 3388 4.40 3.97 -.16 +878.8 NL Inds N NL 6 16.05 6.90 13 8.80 111 9.45 8.60 -.65 -38.2 nLIGHT n Q LASR 42.79 22.14 98 35.21 598 35.38 31.70 +3.28 +30.6 NMI Hldg h Q NMIH 12 21.92 10.10 439 16.40 1739 17.50 16.15 -.50 -3.5 NN Inc Q NNBR .28 1.5 19 32.90 18.05 266 19.00 869 19.35 18.09 +.50 -31.2 NRG Egy N NRG .12 .4 51 35.17 16.04 2925 31.57 19836 31.73 30.40 +.44 +10.8 NRG Yld A N NYLD/A 1.12f 6.3 37 19.91 15.30 202 17.90 1025 18.08 17.35 +.09 -5.0 NRG Yld C N NYLD 1.24f 6.9 25 20.15 15.55 857 17.90 2600 18.15 17.40 +.05 -5.3 NTN Buzz rs A NTN 8.40 3.01 6 4.65 12 4.65 4.32 +.10 +10.5 NV5 Global Q NVEE 28 74.53 40.01 36 74.00 266 74.35 71.69 +.55 +36.7 NVE Corp Q NVEC 4.00 3.1 48 135.00 68.50 9 129.00 101 134.86 128.06 -2.35 +50.0 NVR N NVR 22 3700.00 2420.75 7 3102.72 87 3121.35 3018.59 +85.68 -11.6 nVent El n N NVT 28.93 21.00 1241 24.99 4637 25.69 24.14 +.31 +10.0 NXP Semi Q NXPI 39 125.93 90.83 4263 107.52 21170 111.49 105.21 +.05 -8.2 Nabors N NBR .24 4.0 8.87 5.32 15387 6.07 61163 6.84 6.07 -.22 -11.1 Nabriva n Q NBRV 14.10 3.30 131 3.57 973 3.62 3.32 +.12 -40.3 NACCO N NC .66 2.0 4 92.60 23.80 8 33.35 61 35.40 32.95 -.45 -11.4 NamTai N NTP .28 2.6 39 13.90 8.00 29 10.65 84 10.90 10.60 -.20 -15.1 NanoDim n Q NNDM 6.09 1.21 157 2.22 3895 2.59 2.14 +.29 -27.7 NanoString Q NSTG 16.75 5.87 402 15.01 903 15.22 12.76 +1.17 +100.9 NanoVib n Q NAOV 5.00 3.68 4.64 27 4.79 4.51 -.04 -.9 NanoViric A NNVC 1.64 .36 90 .41 647 .48 .37 -.01 -54.0 Nanomtr Q NANO 29 44.17 22.08 194 37.02 1100 37.79 36.07 +.53 +48.6 NantHlth n Q NH 5.26 2.60 83 3.16 376 3.56 3.11 -.38 +3.6 NantKwst n Q NK 7.61 2.66 211 3.11 770 3.25 2.85 +.13 -30.7 Napco Q NSSC 45 17.45 7.40 51 16.70 460 17.10 15.86 +.75 +90.9 Nasdaq Q NDAQ 1.76f 1.9 24 96.19 69.52 607 93.11 4196 93.57 90.31 +3.00 +21.2sNatera n Q NTRA 23.85 7.78 558 21.59 8014 23.85 19.00 +1.66 +140.2sNathans s Q NATH 1.00a 1.0 62 107.05 52.90 20 97.80 125 107.05 96.10 -2.35 +29.5 NatAmUnv Q NAUH .18 19.3 2.50 .76 0 .93 17 1.01 .91 -.02 -34.4 NatBkHldg N NBHC .56f 1.5 32 40.98 30.25 95 37.78 684 39.53 37.77 -1.18 +16.5 NatlBnksh Q NKSH 1.19e 2.6 23 49.75 36.75 3 46.25 25 48.10 46.25 -1.05 +1.8 NatlBevrg Q FIZZ 1.50e 32 129.82 83.78 169 105.28 1252 111.50 103.82 -1.76 +8.0 NatCineM Q NCMI .68 8.1 8.88 5.09 285 8.42 1986 8.84 8.32 -.40 +22.7 NatlCmce n Q NCOM 24 48.60 38.03 40 46.85 251 48.60 46.16 -.88 +16.4 NatEnrSv n Q NESR 11.33 9.51 0 10.97 19 10.97 10.52 +.38 +10.3 NatFuGas N NFG 1.70f 3.1 17 59.92 48.31 313 54.57 2140 55.90 53.99 -.39 -.6 NatGenHld Q NGHC .16 .6 28 28.05 16.21 214 27.44 870 27.88 26.92 +.09 +39.7 NatGnH pfA Q NGHCP 1.88 7.4 26.46 22.77 5 25.30 18 25.38 25.19 -.02 +.2 NatGnH pfB Q NGHCO 1.88 7.4 26.62 22.02 14 25.51 76 25.74 25.33 -.14 +1.8 NatGnH pfC Q NGHCN 1.88 7.5 26.11 23.13 23 25.03 115 25.29 25.03 -.29 NatGnH 55 Q NGHCZ 1.91 7.4 26.38 23.80 0 25.78 21 26.00 25.69 -.20 +1.5 NatGrid N NGG 2.89e 5.1 65.60 51.44 263 57.20 2243 58.83 56.55 -1.39 -2.7 NtHlthInv N NHI 4.00 5.3 17 81.60 62.71 170 75.09 912 76.07 74.37 -.96 -.4 NHltcre A NHC 1.92f 2.7 26 73.25 57.00 14 69.94 161 72.44 69.70 -1.82 +14.8 NatlHld rs Q NHLD 6.26 2.08 10 3.09 75 3.37 2.98 -.16 -6.4 NatInstrm Q NATI .92 2.1 54 53.57 38.70 227 44.14 1938 44.41 43.34 +.61 +6.0sNOilVarco N NOV .20 .5 46.00 29.90 2363 44.24 13172 46.00 43.92 -.02 +22.8 NatPresto N NPK 1.00a .8 16 136.65 88.80 33 120.40 184 124.80 119.65 -2.45 +21.1 NatResrch Q NRC .68f 1.9 70 41.99 26.35 44 35.80 147 38.00 35.50 -2.15 -4.0 NatRetPrp N NNN 1.90 4.3 20 45.11 36.25 839 44.37 4682 45.05 44.17 -.57 +2.9 NRetP pfE N NNNpE 1.43 5.6 26.38 23.40 39 25.31 110 25.32 25.08 +.05 -1.0 NtRetP pfF N NNNpF 1.30 5.3 25.58 21.97 29 24.45 228 24.52 24.09 +.34 -2.6 NSecGrp Q NSEC .20 1.2 10 18.17 11.53 16.01 5 16.55 16.01 -.64 -2.1 NatlStor n N NSA 1.16f 3.8 32.28 21.17 942 30.45 8859 31.94 29.89 -1.26 +11.7 NtStorAf pfA N NSApA 26.30 23.57 55 24.97 109 24.97 24.65 +.35 -4.1 NatlVis n Q EYE 43.80 27.19 297 39.92 1550 40.30 38.65 +1.08 -1.7 NatWstnLf Q NWLI .36 .1 11 368.00 276.00 4 310.79 32 319.80 310.48 -3.08 -6.1 Nationstar N NSM 14 20.71 15.95 71 17.77 699 18.17 17.76 -.22 -3.9 NatxIntV n N MVIN 47.10 43.04 0 44.11 1 44.22 44.11 +.17 -1.0 NaturlAlt Q NAII 9 12.15 9.15 4 10.10 23 10.20 10.10 -.05 -1.9 NatGsSvcs N NGS 66 29.55 21.70 16 22.60 107 24.35 22.50 -1.35 -13.7sNatrlGroc N NGVC 48 15.92 4.79 661 15.90 1652 17.46 12.76 +2.97 +78.1 NatHlTr n Q NHTC .56f 2.3 6 29.28 14.15 49 24.56 293 25.38 23.30 -.80 +61.7 NatRsPt rs N NRP 1.80 5.7 9 37.70 22.81 9 31.55 71 32.55 31.00 -.20 +21.3 NaturesSun Q NATR .40 4.3 13.80 8.30 7 9.35 54 9.60 9.00 -19.0 NatusMed Q BABY 47 43.60 28.00 201 32.50 1289 36.70 32.30 -3.45 -14.9 Natuzzi N NTZ 2.84 1.41 51 1.51 184 1.67 1.51 -.12 -5.6 Nautilus N NLS 17 19.10 11.30 216 14.65 871 15.60 13.90 -.80 +9.7tNavideaBio A NAVB .68 .20 140 .21 1069 .22 .20 -41.5 Nav43 Q JSM 1.50 6.6 25.00 20.21 6 22.80 106 23.23 22.51 -.44 -4.1 Navient Q NAVI .64 4.8 7 16.92 11.48 2065 13.43 12940 13.91 13.27 +.27 +.8 NavigCons N NCI 20 25.25 14.62 354 21.75 1118 22.86 21.72 -.97 +12.1 NavigatrH N NVGS 13.55 8.35 87 12.60 510 13.35 12.50 -.55 +27.9 NavgGp s Q NAVG .28 .5 19 61.74 45.80 40 57.30 219 58.50 57.10 -.60 +17.7 NaviosAcq N NNA .08 13.7 1.53 .53 207 .58 2657 .66 .56 +.03 -47.6 Navios pfG N NMpG 2.19 16.8 19.99 10.18 13.00 19 13.19 12.60 -.23 -19.8 Navios N NM 1.90 .68 437 .83 2382 .93 .83 -.08 -30.7 NavMH pfH N NMpH 2.16 16.6 18.89 10.27 0 13.00 9 13.21 12.60 -.05 -20.3tNavMMid N NAP 2.00f 56.3 10.70 3.25 42 3.55 495 3.60 3.25 +.18 -62.7 NaviosMar N NMM 1.69f 82.0 7 2.62 1.45 439 2.06 2593 2.10 2.05 -.02 -12.7 Navistar N NAV 28 47.73 26.71 469 43.09 3390 44.34 41.53 -.60 +.5 NebulaA un Q NEBUU 10.15 9.96 0 10.05 0 10.05 10.05 -.01 +.3 NeenahP N NP 1.64 1.9 19 95.40 75.50 28 87.05 248 88.70 85.85 +.35 -4.0 NektarTh Q NKTR 111.36 17.51 1880 47.79 14587 48.36 46.39 +.15 -20.0 Nelnet N NNI .64 1.1 13 64.00 43.92 41 60.06 254 61.53 59.83 -.77 +9.6tNemaura n Q NMRD 6.80 2.08 16 2.13 128 2.74 2.08 -.51 -63.0 Neogen s Q NEOG 73 84.46 47.67 208 82.01 768 84.46 81.64 -1.74 +33.0sNeoGenom Q NEO 14.61 7.08 803 13.89 2300 14.61 13.58 -.11 +56.8tNeonTh n Q NTGN 16.23 11.71 324 11.75 768 13.40 11.20 -1.50 -21.7 Neonode Q NEON 1.42 .30 96 .35 463 .39 .33 -.03 -53.6 NeoPhoton N NPTN 8.73 4.56 327 6.64 1886 6.76 6.24 +.25 +.9 NeosTher n Q NEOS 13.15 5.80 469 6.65 1034 6.94 6.10 +.45 -34.8 Neovasc g Q NVCN 1.89 .03 9807 .04 88051 .04 .04 -.00 -93.7 NeptuneT g Q NEPT 7 4.46 .70 735 3.23 3709 3.51 2.84 +.25 +36.9 Net1UEPS Q UEPS 9 13.20 8.05 206 9.39 856 9.45 9.19 +.10 -21.0 NetElem rs Q NETE 33.51 2.56 72 7.97 267 8.00 7.21 +.58 -28.4sNetApp Q NTAP 1.60f 1.9 31 82.13 37.55 1471 82.70 12907 82.87 78.34 +3.93 +49.5 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 13 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 63

NetEase Q NTES 2.16e .8 10 377.64 222.32 350 266.11 3840 270.46 259.00 +4.92 -22.9 Netflix s Q NFLX 423.21 149.65 15688 395.80 59740 419.77 395.08 -12.45 +106.2 Netlist h Q NLST 1.32 .14 1094 .15 4582 .17 .15 -.01 -51.3 NtScout Q NTCT 28 36.80 23.15 361 31.05 2808 31.78 30.35 +.65 +2.0tNetshoes n N NETS 20.78 2.00 93 1.99 418 2.29 1.98 -.23 -74.8 NetSolTch Q NTWK 32 6.60 3.09 5 5.70 71 5.75 5.55 +.05 +21.0 Netw1Tch A NTIP .10 3.5 9 4.60 2.25 30 2.87 258 3.05 2.65 -.13 +19.8 NBCAInt A NBW .74 5.9 14.61 12.50 7 12.60 47 12.60 12.50 +.09 -7.4 NeuB HYld A NHS .96 8.8 12.35 10.76 65 10.86 272 10.91 10.81 +.06 -7.7tNBIntMu A NBH .90 6.6 16.00 13.39 36 13.54 206 13.54 13.39 +.03 -8.5 NBNYInt A NBO .58 5.0 13.06 11.41 31 11.54 63 11.56 11.45 -5.1 NBRESec A NRO .36 7.0 5.70 4.29 117 5.16 654 5.25 5.15 +.01 -6.7 Neuralst rs Q CUR 6.20 .88 35 1.20 314 1.28 1.10 +.07 -30.2 NeurMx rs Q NURO 2.96 1.20 35 1.30 377 1.34 1.26 +.01 -24.8 Neurcrine Q NBIX 106.26 44.75 291 102.89 2608 104.75 100.31 +.44 +32.6 Neuronet n Q STIM 29.84 23.96 30 24.99 500 26.98 24.50 -.51 -10.0sNeurotrpe h Q NTRP 11.19 3.40 63 11.20 109 11.93 10.11 +.94 +59.1 NevGCas A UWN 22 2.86 1.80 102 1.99 401 2.20 1.81 +.17 -25.5tNevroCorp N NVRO 94.34 62.85 6486 57.77 13794 75.98 54.87 -17.09 -16.3 Nevsun g A NSU .04 1.2 3.86 1.96 216 3.26 1165 3.35 3.23 -.07 +33.6 NewAgeB n Q NBEV 5.48 1.56 203 1.96 1004 2.18 1.89 -.07 -9.7 NewAmHi N HYB .78a 9.2 10.20 8.48 98 8.50 307 8.55 8.48 -.03 -9.6 NewConcEn A GBR 67 12.75 1.16 586 3.36 7784 4.40 3.18 -.90 +115.5 NE Realty A NEN 1.00 1.5 2 75.25 65.00 0 67.05 1 69.80 67.05 -2.90 -8.6 NwGold g A NGD 4.25 2.00 2567 2.01 13621 2.15 2.00 -.09 -38.9 NewHome N NWHM 10 13.55 9.53 60 10.07 192 10.41 9.85 -.17 -19.6 NwIreland N IRL 2.15e 1.4 14.17 11.49 23 11.66 50 11.71 11.51 +.04 -6.9 NJ Rscs s N NJR 1.09 2.4 15 47.60 35.55 487 45.95 3000 47.30 45.80 -1.35 +14.3 NewLink Q NLNK 19.30 3.75 160 4.85 1368 4.99 4.75 -.03 -40.2sNewMedia N NEWM 1.48 7.8 33 19.10 12.74 482 18.94 2555 19.10 18.68 +.18 +12.9 NwMtnFin N NMFC 1.36 9.8 10 14.70 12.05 190 13.85 1099 14.05 13.70 +.05 +2.2 NewOriEd N EDU .40e 47 108.40 72.34 827 97.14 4443 99.17 93.20 +2.68 +3.3 NewRelic N NEWR 111.59 42.69 457 108.67 2789 109.88 101.81 +3.68 +88.1 NewResid N NRZ 2.00 11.0 6 18.74 15.24 1528 18.26 10754 18.37 18.11 +.09 +2.1 NewSenInv N SNR 1.04 13.8 14 10.57 6.77 337 7.51 3351 7.89 7.51 -.35 -.7 NY&Co N NWY 5.35 1.29 266 4.85 1196 5.12 4.77 +.04 +69.6 NY CmtyB N NYCB .68 6.0 13 14.53 10.88 4081 11.42 26278 11.73 11.26 +.15 -12.3 NY Cmt pfA N NYCBpA 30.39 26.12 30 27.28 151 28.23 27.12 -.63 -4.6 NYCmty un N NYCBpU 3.00 6.0 56.99 48.75 3 50.11 15 50.50 50.02 -.24 -1.2 NYMtgTr Q NYMT .80 13.0 9 6.54 5.35 735 6.14 2675 6.16 6.08 +.02 -.5 NYMtT pfB Q NYMTP 1.94 8.1 26.00 18.66 1 23.95 14 24.10 23.80 +.15 -5.4 NYMtT pfC Q NYMTO 1.97 8.2 25.56 22.97 2 24.12 22 24.20 23.87 +.08 -1.6 NYMtgT pfD Q NYMTN 2.00 8.4 25.27 22.53 5 23.80 69 23.93 23.70 -.09 -3.6 NY REIT rs N NYRT 4.85c 19.77 15.04 187 17.60 333 18.26 17.51 -.65 sNY Times N NYT .16 .6 26.85 16.95 2274 25.60 15965 26.85 25.55 -.56 +38.4 NewatrTc n Q NEWA 28.20 7.60 217 22.38 623 24.69 17.65 +3.60 +138.3 NewellRub N NWL .92f 3.3 6 54.19 22.60 2859 27.80 19569 28.00 26.94 +.38 -10.0 NewfldExp N NFX 15 35.20 22.72 2503 30.10 12135 31.46 29.45 -.12 -4.5 NewmrkGp Q NMRK 15.62 13.12 53 14.21 442 14.83 13.98 -.52 -1.1 NewMarket N NEU 7.00 1.7 21 470.43 358.33 21 404.10 130 412.30 399.14 -1.31 +1.7 NewmtM N NEM .56 1.5 28 42.04 31.70 2089 36.84 17719 38.40 36.76 -.99 -1.8 NewpkRes N NR 11.65 7.00 368 10.30 2559 11.00 10.15 -.25 +19.8 NewsCpA Q NWSA .20 1.3 17.29 12.84 1013 15.59 15259 15.81 15.38 +.19 -3.8 NewsCpB Q NWS .20 1.3 17.70 13.10 114 15.80 1002 16.15 15.60 +.20 -4.8 NewtekBsn Q NEWT 1.72e 8.4 20.76 16.01 65 20.55 323 20.65 20.22 +.06 +11.1 Newtek 22 Q NEWTZ 1.88 7.2 27.50 25.47 26.05 1 26.05 25.75 +.26 -1.8 Newtek23 n Q NEWTI 1.56 6.1 25.99 25.00 25.60 4 25.74 25.51 -.05 +2.0 NexGen g A NXE 2.85 1.65 77 1.90 505 2.04 1.90 -.09 -25.8 Nexeo Sol Q NXEO 11.14 6.74 97 9.21 617 9.42 9.13 +.04 +1.2 Nexeo un Q NXEOU 13.00 6.12 8.78 0 9.75 8.78 -1.12 -8.7 NexPtCr rs N NHF 2.40m 10.7 25.64 21.33 109 22.41 952 22.69 22.27 +.17 -11.4 NxPtRsT n N NXRT 1.00 3.6 9 29.40 22.84 40 28.09 308 28.98 28.09 -.74 +.5sNexstarM Q NXST 1.50 1.8 8 89.75 56.65 1246 82.50 8539 89.75 74.80 +6.95 +5.5 NextDec n Q NEXT 20.00 3.95 10 6.24 69 6.79 6.15 -.03 -25.0 NxtEraLP N NEP 1.57f 3.4 33 48.75 36.42 153 46.00 739 47.11 45.51 -1.11 +6.7 NextEra 72 N NEEpI 1.28 5.1 25.70 23.17 32 25.28 167 25.59 25.25 -.27 +1.2 NextEra 73 N NEEpJ 1.25 5.0 25.62 22.88 70 24.94 183 25.33 24.87 -.03 -.1 NextEra76 N NEEpK 25.99 23.62 29 25.09 138 25.35 25.04 -.27 -1.9 NxtEra pfQ N NEEpQ 3.19 4.3 75.91 64.08 3 74.96 200 75.26 73.21 -.95 +7.7 NextEraEn N NEE 4.44f 2.6 12 170.65 139.53 1577 169.52 9374 170.39 163.52 -.79 +8.5 NxtEra pfR N NEEpR 59.70 53.56 18 57.59 453 58.48 56.68 -1.22 +2.5 NiSource s N NI .78 3.0 33 27.76 22.44 1680 26.30 12424 26.88 25.76 -.58 +2.5 NiaM pfB N NMKpB 3.60 3.8 104.75 93.00 0 95.50 0 96.25 95.00 +.50 -.6 NiaM pfC N NMKpC 3.90 4.0 107.80 94.40 96.52 -2.6sNichFncl h Q NICK 23 10.70 7.59 6 9.46 98 10.70 9.38 -.73 +7.5 NicoletBc n Q NCBS 15 61.98 51.21 6 54.58 72 58.60 54.57 -1.85 -.3 Nielsen plc N NLSN 1.40f 4.5 18 43.61 29.51 1846 31.08 11256 32.07 30.97 -.13 -14.6 NightstTh n Q NITE 24.94 10.01 449 20.53 594 20.99 19.01 +.44 +56.5 NikeB s N NKE .80 1.0 67 81.00 50.35 2963 77.38 24344 78.18 76.35 +.90 +23.7 NoahHldgs N NOAH 26 69.56 26.53 328 46.53 1641 49.74 46.26 -2.07 +.5 NobilisH n A HLTH 1.90 1.15 62 1.20 441 1.25 1.20 -11.1sNobleCorp N NE .08 1.2 6.84 3.14 4046 6.45 28556 6.84 6.15 +.36 +42.7sNobleEngy N NBL .44 1.2 36 37.76 22.99 3591 36.02 22657 37.76 35.30 +.81 +23.6 NobleMid n N NBLX 1.91e 13 57.98 41.99 16 51.59 541 52.72 49.80 -.61 +3.2 NokiaCp N NOK .19e 3.3 6.59 4.51 14247 5.81 65239 5.97 5.80 +.05 +24.7 NomadF n N NOMD 19.81 13.54 745 18.53 5198 19.27 18.48 -.62 +9.6 Nomura N NMR 6.83 4.73 298 4.83 2136 4.89 4.76 +.05 -17.0 Noodles Q NDLS 13.30 3.50 285 12.15 1071 12.75 11.70 +.20 +131.4 Norbord n N OSB 1.29 3.2 45.45 30.86 65 40.88 353 41.64 40.36 -.47 +20.9 NordicAOff N NAO .18 15.5 1.60 1.02 145 1.16 644 1.18 1.11 +.03 -3.3 NordicAm N NAT .41e 16.4 6.61 1.82 778 2.49 5320 2.90 2.46 -.38 +1.2 Nordson Q NDSN 1.20 .9 22 151.84 107.16 162 131.48 800 133.31 129.25 +2.43 -10.2sNordstrm N JWN 1.48a 2.8 20 54.11 37.79 2313 52.18 20523 54.11 50.31 -1.77 +10.1sNorflkSo N NSC 2.88 1.8 24 159.04 111.44 1749 159.46 9193 160.36 154.61 +4.94 +10.0 NorSys Q NSYS 82 6.24 2.77 16 3.27 34 3.59 3.26 -.23 -15.3 NEurO N NRT .78e 9.9 9 9.40 5.94 6 7.88 63 8.28 7.80 -.07 +13.2 NoWestCp N NWE 2.20 3.7 17 64.47 50.01 207 58.67 1194 59.04 55.98 -.37 -1.7 NorestB Q NBN .04 .2 18 29.95 18.85 10 22.00 42 22.80 21.95 -.30 -5.0 NDynMn g A NAK 2.34 .43 874 .51 4167 .55 .50 -.01 -71.2sNthnO&G A NOG 43 3.73 .63 3129 3.41 25725 3.73 3.23 +.13 +66.3sNthnTech Q NTIC .40 1.0 43 41.03 14.95 39 40.16 116 41.90 32.98 +4.51 +62.2 NorTrst Q NTRS 1.68 1.6 20 110.81 85.69 763 104.04 3836 106.20 103.01 +1.36 +4.2 NthnTr pfC Q NTRSP 1.46 5.4 27.78 25.00 21 27.19 139 27.60 26.92 -.32 +3.5 NorthfldBc Q NFBK .40 2.4 23 18.39 15.14 45 16.90 279 17.27 16.77 -.17 -1.1sNthrim Q NRIM .96f 2.5 16 41.80 26.31 16 38.80 90 41.80 38.75 -2.20 +14.6 NorthropG N NOC 4.80f 1.5 34 360.88 259.00 1419 321.73 5191 322.51 308.12 +14.37 +4.8 NStREur n N NRE .60 4.3 14.81 10.08 213 14.05 1748 14.64 13.92 -.50 +4.6 NwstBcsh Q NWBI .68 3.8 19 18.20 15.06 296 17.67 1597 18.10 17.64 -.18 +5.6 NwstNG N NWN 1.88 2.9 69.50 51.50 101 64.30 602 66.55 63.70 -2.25 +7.8 NwstPipe Q NWPX 22.00 14.50 24 20.14 82 21.38 19.90 -.47 +5.2 NorwCruis N NCLH 14 61.48 46.16 1928 47.08 7974 48.38 46.96 +.03 -11.6 NorwdFn s Q NWFL .88 2.5 27 38.55 26.05 4 34.68 36 36.61 34.52 -1.46 +5.1 NovaLfstyl Q NVFY 3.10 1.06 14 1.78 118 1.85 1.63 +.09 -25.8 NovaMeas Q NVMI 16 32.00 20.55 74 27.19 361 28.34 27.00 -.53 +4.9 NovaBay rs A NBY 5.00 2.00 2 2.30 34 2.45 2.30 -.15 -40.3 NovaGld g A NG 5.05 3.35 485 4.29 3081 4.62 4.27 -.27 +9.2 Novan n Q NOVN 7.33 2.65 10 2.91 102 3.15 2.91 -.11 -31.0 Novanta Q NOVT 68.00 36.05 203 65.60 854 67.80 65.00 +.65 +31.2 Novartis N NVS 2.75e 3.5 16 94.19 72.30 1318 78.78 9418 79.25 76.17 +1.61 -6.2 Novavax Q NVAX 2.75 .91 1783 1.36 16527 1.43 1.35 -.05 +9.7 Novelion rs Q NVLN 9.68 3.08 25 3.66 131 4.10 3.50 -.36 +17.3 NovoNord N NVO .96e 1.9 58.37 41.03 1039 49.88 7718 49.96 48.49 +1.47 -7.1sNovoCure n Q NVCR 33.85 16.10 476 33.10 2579 33.85 32.65 +.10 +63.9 NovumeS n Q NVMM 4.75 1.52 0 1.67 28 1.89 1.65 -.01 -63.1 NovusTher rs Q NVUS 8.61 3.12 9 6.73 52 7.50 6.73 -.43 +65.8 NOW Inc N DNOW 16.70 9.12 599 14.49 4199 14.72 13.80 +.71 +31.4 NuSkin N NUS 1.47 1.9 37 84.00 53.50 269 77.28 1412 79.90 76.83 -1.58 +13.3 NuCana n Q NCNA 32.00 9.32 61 24.02 131 25.30 23.75 -.36 +137.6 NuVasive Q NUVA 35 81.68 44.62 530 53.89 2317 55.99 50.58 +.46 -7.9 NuanceCm Q NUAN 18.75 12.18 1949 15.27 11369 15.47 14.56 +.78 -6.6 Nucor N NUE 1.52 2.4 16 70.48 51.67 1273 64.12 9210 65.21 63.27 +.78 +.8 Nush EnhYl N NUAG 24.87 23.37 7 23.55 110 23.60 23.50 -.02 -3.6 Nush 1-5yr N NUSA 25.18 24.26 1 24.32 1 24.32 24.30 -.02 -1.8 NushLCGr N NULG 35.95 28.42 1 35.46 17 35.43 34.99 +.59 +13.6 NushLCVal N NULV 30.70 26.13 1 29.37 40 29.51 29.16 +.31 +2.8 NushMCGr N NUMG 32.76 26.52 3 32.18 18 32.18 31.86 +.40 +9.6 NushMCVal N NUMV 29.85 25.59 0 28.66 4 28.66 28.55 +.17 +1.6 NushSmCap N NUSC 31.64 25.30 3 31.37 25 31.60 31.25 +.04 +10.3 NushShTrm N NURE 27.75 23.57 32 27.58 36 27.66 27.42 -.11 +4.7 Nus AgBd n N NUBD 25.90 23.98 10 24.32 28 24.33 24.23 +.02 -2.5 NustarEn N NS 2.40m 9.7 24 47.60 19.22 400 24.72 2004 24.90 23.46 +.53 -17.5 NustEn pfA N NSpA 2.13 8.8 27.03 21.53 10 24.09 63 24.09 23.80 +.09 -3.1 Nustar pfB N NSpB 1.91 8.7 25.75 20.00 28 21.95 169 22.11 21.43 +.22 -3.1 Nustar pfC N NSpC 26.43 22.31 8 25.03 498 25.03 24.81 +.07 -3.6 NustarGP N NSH 1.32m 9.8 25.25 10.40 231 13.45 535 13.63 12.90 +.10 -14.3 Nustar 43 N NSS 1.91 7.4 26.05 24.55 21 25.74 118 25.89 25.72 -.02 +3.0 Nutanix n Q NTNX 64.87 18.80 1687 56.35 11422 57.66 51.99 +2.60 +59.7 NutriSyst Q NTRI 1.00 2.6 22 67.95 26.06 559 38.95 3976 39.90 37.55 -.90 -26.0 Nutrien n N NTR .40p 55.18 40.41 840 53.07 6772 54.52 52.21 -.94 +2.3 Nuvectra Q NVTR 23.66 7.60 217 16.23 878 18.25 15.77 -1.86 +109.1 NuvNYVl2 n N NYV 15.50 13.22 7 13.54 15 13.79 13.45 -.02 -5.6 NuvCr22 n N JCO 10.10 9.26 20 9.46 188 9.60 9.31 -.05 -.3 Nuv Mun21 N NHA 10.25 9.29 8 9.49 25 9.60 9.44 -.03 +.5 NuvHiInO n N NMZ 13.91 12.28 139 12.84 783 12.85 12.65 +.21 -5.7 Nuv Pf22 n N JPT 27.14 23.35 10 24.00 60 24.35 23.90 -.10 -4.5 Nuv 11-21 n N JHB 10.15 9.42 49 9.59 362 9.65 9.52 +.09 -3.7 NuvCA V2 n N NCB 18.40 15.24 3 15.83 19 16.30 15.70 -.16 -6.9 NvHiInDc19 N JHD 10.36 9.72 28 9.83 252 9.88 9.81 +.04 -1.9 Nuv RE In N JRS 11.55 9.39 51 10.05 254 10.14 10.03 -.03 -10.7 NuvMO Pr N NOM 17.58 12.87 4 12.91 20 13.04 12.89 -.10 -7.5 NuvAllCEn N JMLP 1.37 17.6 9.62 6.79 29 7.79 290 8.15 7.63 -.10 -9.0 NuvAZ N NAZ .80 6.3 15.23 12.57 5 12.63 88 12.85 12.59 -.11 -10.7 NuvBldAm N NBB 1.34 6.6 22.13 19.95 62 20.51 368 20.63 20.41 +.10 -6.7 NBldAmOp N NBD 1.30 5.9 23.08 21.52 14 22.15 96 22.17 21.87 +.24 -3.9 NCaAMTFr N NKX .86 6.4 16.17 13.30 108 13.56 374 13.71 13.50 -.07 -11.7 NCADvA N NAC .91 6.8 15.58 13.18 213 13.37 974 13.45 13.34 +.04 -6.6 NCalMunV N NCA .47 4.9 10.70 9.16 19 9.56 170 9.64 9.46 +.08 -6.2 NuvCASel N NXC .63a 4.5 17.17 13.51 8 13.86 53 14.04 13.79 -.10 -7.0 NCTPI N NTC .68a 5.8 12.56 11.38 3 11.74 69 11.76 11.65 +.10 -1.5 NuvCorEqA N JCE 1.21a 8.3 16.19 13.95 54 14.63 229 14.69 14.45 +.23 +.2tNvCredStr N JQC .62 7.8 8.76 7.83 191 7.94 1628 7.98 7.83 +.02 -3.4tNvDvrsDiv N JDD 1.04 9.1 13.25 11.42 76 11.42 414 11.75 11.42 -.29 -7.1 NuvDivA N NAD .85a 6.4 14.46 12.92 146 13.25 1296 13.33 13.23 +.03 -5.8 NvDow30DO N DIAX 1.06 5.7 20.00 15.43 131 18.44 485 18.78 18.41 +.04 -2.1 NuEnMLP N JMF 1.35 12.8 13.34 9.65 114 10.57 984 10.87 10.38 +.04 -7.2 NEnhMuV N NEV .96a 7.0 15.25 13.18 53 13.65 267 13.68 13.52 +.07 -3.9tNuvFloat N JFR .72 7.0 11.95 10.28 165 10.30 877 10.50 10.27 -.12 -8.1tNuvFltOp N JRO .76a 7.4 11.88 10.24 163 10.18 619 10.44 10.17 -.17 -10.7 NvGADiv2 N NKG .64a 5.7 13.55 11.16 9 11.35 82 11.36 11.28 +.09 -9.7 NuvGblHIn N JGH 1.58 10.3 17.45 15.22 23 15.37 286 15.46 15.26 +.21 -9.1 NuvHi2020 N JHY .68 6.9 10.50 9.67 7 9.87 105 10.04 9.86 -.05 -.4 NuvHIDec18 N JHA 10.12 9.67 74 9.80 208 9.86 9.79 -.02 -1.1 NuvEnhMu N NVG 15.83 14.06 279 14.63 1452 14.78 14.62 +.03 -5.2 NNYAmtF N NRK .70 5.7 13.44 11.88 102 12.21 532 12.30 12.17 -.03 -5.8 NuvAmtFr N NEA .75a 5.8 14.18 12.70 408 12.98 1602 13.03 12.93 +.01 -5.6 NuvIntMu N NID .68 5.5 13.77 12.10 60 12.39 392 12.41 12.30 +.10 -4.6 NvIntQMu N NIQ .57 4.6 13.49 12.22 9 12.44 142 12.56 12.35 -.03 -3.3 NMDPI N NMY .67a 5.5 13.27 11.88 10 12.10 276 12.17 12.08 +.04 -3.8 NvMAP N NMT .71a 5.7 15.00 12.34 8 12.39 59 12.45 12.37 +.00 -13.2 NMIQI N NUM .74 5.9 14.05 12.41 24 12.64 104 12.68 12.62 +.03 -4.7 NuvMNMu N NMS .80 6.0 17.00 13.30 5 13.40 37 13.48 13.32 +.03 -8.9 NuvMtgOp N JLS 1.52 6.4 26.33 23.10 279 23.64 607 23.71 23.40 +.33 -4.3 NuMtgOp2 N JMT 1.53 6.7 25.40 22.21 4 22.70 35 22.83 22.49 +.19 -4.4 NuvMultM N JMM .48 6.8 7.77 6.60 14 7.01 102 7.02 6.94 +.02 -8.0sNvMuI N NMI .50a 4.5 13.27 10.77 4 11.07 24 13.27 11.07 -.04 -4.3 NuvMuVal N NUV .39a 4.1 10.46 9.32 182 9.50 977 9.54 9.49 +.01 -6.2tNv AMT-Fr N NUW .78a 5.1 18.59 15.35 28 15.40 181 15.53 15.35 +.02 -10.8 NvNq100Dy Q QQQX 1.48 6.0 28.19 19.58 233 24.73 1545 26.00 24.38 -1.19 +2.1 NuvNJDiv N NXJ .82a 6.3 14.04 12.86 55 13.03 380 13.06 12.97 +.05 -4.9 NNYDvA N NAN .80a 6.4 14.57 12.39 70 12.54 199 12.62 12.50 -9.3 NNYMV N NNY .39a 4.2 10.65 9.03 17 9.36 83 9.36 9.20 +.15 -1.5 NuvNYSel N NXN .55 4.3 14.37 12.58 6 12.93 13 13.06 12.93 -.04 -5.1 NNCPI N NNC .59a 4.7 13.67 12.06 21 12.42 122 12.48 12.25 +.14 -3.7 NOHQI N NUO .80 5.8 15.46 13.48 15 13.83 116 13.87 13.77 +.04 -5.5 NvPA N NQP .81a 6.3 13.78 12.34 85 12.77 307 12.77 12.60 +.17 -2.9 NuvPf&Inc N JPI 1.95a 8.4 25.61 22.72 25 23.26 187 23.45 23.22 +.10 -6.1 NvPfdInco N JPC .80 8.6 10.75 9.29 306 9.30 1250 9.52 9.30 -.13 -10.1 NuvQPf2 N JPS .70 7.9 10.47 8.77 532 8.81 3204 9.00 8.79 -.09 -13.6 NuvREAst N JRI 1.49a 9.2 19.00 15.75 90 16.15 457 16.34 16.04 +.14 -9.3 NuvEqtP N BXMX 1.00 7.0 14.57 13.00 241 14.21 1009 14.38 14.19 +.04 -.3 NEqPrmG N SPXX 1.04 6.2 19.88 14.92 70 16.67 441 17.00 16.56 +.15 -3.7 NvSMM N NIM .31a 3.2 10.55 9.49 7 9.79 57 9.87 9.75 -.03 -1.7 NSTFI N NXP .55a 3.9 15.16 13.85 24 14.28 75 14.46 14.23 +.08 -2.3 NSTFI2 N NXQ .53a 3.9 14.33 13.28 14 13.53 61 13.64 13.53 -.01 -2.9 NSTFI3 N NXR .55a 3.8 15.69 14.04 11 14.54 72 14.77 14.51 -.02 -4.3tNuvSnIn N NSL .42 6.9 6.88 6.12 192 6.12 1065 6.23 6.10 -.05 -6.0 NuShDCrd N JSD 1.16a 6.8 17.85 16.45 81 17.10 168 17.61 16.96 -.25 +2.8 Nv TA Div N JTD 1.23 7.3 18.44 15.66 121 16.98 834 17.19 16.72 +.30 -3.4 NvTxATR N JTA 1.04 8.0 14.69 12.50 30 13.02 142 13.13 12.81 +.22 -6.7 NTXQI N NTX .65 5.1 14.94 12.42 12 12.88 57 12.97 12.84 -10.2 NVAPI N NPV .65a 5.2 13.46 12.08 9 12.46 80 12.62 12.45 -.04 -2.8 NuverEnv n A NES 26.50 9.00 21 10.95 87 12.38 10.60 -1.53 -39.8 Nvidia Q NVDA .60 .2 47 269.20 148.68 6171 249.32 45452 254.14 246.07 +1.99 +28.8 NxStageMd Q NXTM 29.93 22.70 175 28.00 1838 28.35 27.59 -.28 +15.6 Nxt-ID rs Q NXTD 8.59 1.01 308 1.51 849 1.70 1.50 -.16 -56.9 NymoxPh Q NYMX 4.60 3.00 40 3.38 495 3.67 3.31 -.27 +2.4O -:O2Micro Q OIIM 2.04 1.30 35 1.72 102 1.76 1.68 +.02 +3.1 OCI Ptrs N OCIP .70e 6.1 33 11.60 6.76 13 11.45 44 11.55 11.45 -.05 +42.2sOFG Bncp N OFG .24 1.7 11 15.06 7.80 87 14.50 951 15.06 14.33 +.05 +54.3 OFG pfA N OFGpA 1.78 7.4 25.70 21.39 1 24.18 7 24.48 24.18 -.05 +.2 OFG pfB N OFGpB 1.75 7.3 24.78 20.77 1 23.92 21 24.42 23.67 +.23 +8.4 OFG pfD N OFGpD 1.78 7.3 25.72 21.29 24.38 4 24.38 24.22 +.12 +8.6 OFS Cap Q OFS 1.36a 11.8 9 14.34 10.41 28 11.55 128 11.66 11.50 -.01 -2.9 OFS C25 n Q OFSSL 1.59 6.5 25.52 24.01 4 24.62 48 25.00 24.50 +.28 -1.1 OGE Engy N OGE 1.33 3.8 19 37.32 29.59 1313 35.42 8248 35.47 34.13 +.12 +7.6 OHA Inv Q OHAI .08 5.6 36 1.68 .85 54 1.44 273 1.65 1.34 -.13 +25.2 ONEGas N OGS 1.84 2.4 22 79.51 62.20 140 75.24 1247 77.57 73.75 -2.17 +2.7 OP Bancp n Q OPBK 14.10 11.54 17 13.26 154 13.75 13.21 -.29 +6.5 OReillyAu Q ORLY 19 290.35 169.43 371 286.00 2685 290.34 281.18 +3.05 +18.9 OSI Sys Q OSIS 69 96.64 50.50 113 77.26 720 79.28 76.23 -1.33 +20.0 OakVlyBcp Q OVLY .26e 1.2 19 23.89 13.99 18 22.25 39 22.60 21.52 -.05 +13.9 OaktreeC N OAK 3.59e 8.8 12 48.50 38.80 325 40.75 1630 41.70 40.30 -.35 -3.2 OaktrSpL Q OCSL .38 8.1 5.91 4.17 68 4.67 2097 4.74 4.67 -4.5 OaktrSp28 Q OCSLL 1.53 6.3 25.77 24.01 6 24.37 18 24.74 24.27 +.01 -3.3 OaktStInco Q OCSI .56e 6.7 11 9.09 7.03 8 8.41 136 8.49 8.20 -.08 +.1sOasisMid n N OMP 1.57 8.1 20.41 15.57 36 19.50 216 20.41 18.57 +.78 +11.8 OasisPet N OAS 13.87 6.69 4681 12.55 33952 13.70 12.40 -.66 +49.2 OasmiaPh n Q OASM .02p 3.17 .80 27 1.36 53 1.52 1.27 +.06 +54.5 ObalonT n Q OBLN 10.40 2.08 20 2.20 223 2.45 2.10 +.07 -66.7 ObsEva n Q OBSV 20.35 6.15 622 16.33 1170 16.59 14.80 +1.33 +67.3 Obsidian g N OBE 1.44 .82 425 1.13 5923 1.18 1.11 -8.9 OcciPet N OXY 3.12f 3.7 87.67 58.38 4681 83.64 22352 86.60 83.10 -.61 +13.5 OceanBio Q OBCI .05e 5.71 3.26 1 3.69 8 3.69 3.60 +.07 -15.1 OceanPw rs Q OPTT 2.54 .78 149 .87 1143 .94 .86 -.03 -20.9 vjOceanR rs Q ORIG 138.84 20.22 148 29.53 2057 30.16 28.93 +.20 +10.2sOceaneerg N OII .60 2.3 27.41 17.11 1470 26.35 6066 27.41 25.30 +.01 +24.6 OceanFst Q OCFC .60 2.0 17 30.90 24.02 93 29.52 888 30.89 29.48 -.90 +12.5 Och-Ziff N OZM .87e 42.4 23 3.95 1.88 240 2.05 765 2.07 1.98 -18.0 Oclaro Q OCLR 14 10.49 5.61 1692 9.03 10648 9.15 8.72 +.05 +34.0 OconeeFed Q OFED .40 1.4 31 30.49 25.55 1 28.56 4 28.60 27.70 +.23 -.5 OcularTher Q OCUL 8.28 3.30 424 6.56 2229 6.71 6.14 +.16 +47.4 OcwenFn N OCN 4.84 2.65 427 4.12 1998 4.20 4.02 +.02 +31.6 OdonateT n Q ODT 32.00 15.15 17 23.95 125 24.97 22.57 +.52 -4.2 OdysMr rsh Q OMEX 13.75 3.17 12 7.51 51 7.89 7.30 -.04 +99.2 OfficeDpt Q ODP .10 3.8 6 6.26 2.00 3464 2.62 24946 2.86 2.60 -.08 -26.0 OhioValB Q OVBC .84 1.6 33 56.15 29.05 1 51.35 49 54.35 50.55 -2.75 +27.1 OhrPhar h Q OHRP 2.18 .18 148 .21 1100 .23 .20 -.00 -88.8 Oi SA C N OIBR/C 9.71 4.00 21 4.98 174 5.14 4.00 +.69 -11.5 OilStates N OIS 38.95 20.23 354 33.35 2733 34.45 31.50 +.65 +17.8 Oil-Dri N ODC .96f 2.2 48 50.82 35.42 5 44.36 89 46.73 43.53 +.62 +6.9 Okta n Q OKTA 61.00 21.52 1168 54.15 9384 55.36 49.87 +1.58 +111.4 OldDomFrt Q ODFL .52 .4 36 164.10 93.29 550 148.29 3038 154.11 143.92 +.90 +12.7sOldLnBc Q OLBK .40f 1.2 21 35.72 26.01 60 34.69 346 35.72 34.03 -.55 +17.8sOldNBcp Q ONB .52 2.8 25 19.35 15.38 707 18.50 3907 19.35 18.45 -.55 +6.0 OldPoint Q OPOF .44 1.5 23 34.64 24.07 4 29.81 30 29.88 28.32 +1.42 +.2 OldRepub N ORI .78 3.9 17 22.34 17.92 935 20.03 6451 20.40 19.90 +.17 -6.3 OldSecBc Q OSBC .04 .3 15 15.60 10.75 81 14.45 474 15.20 14.40 -.50 +5.9 OlScCTrI pf Q OSBCP .78 7.4 10.70 10.31 2 10.47 13 10.56 10.45 -.00 +.4 Olin N OLN .80 2.7 9 38.84 27.68 1082 29.22 9202 30.40 28.74 +.19 -17.9 Ollies n Q OLLI 35 77.50 40.95 284 74.80 2650 76.80 72.00 +.55 +40.5 OlympStl Q ZEUS .08 .4 13 25.84 16.58 34 22.37 294 22.64 21.30 +.76 +4.1sOmegaFlex Q OFLX .96f 1.2 53 85.96 53.50 16 82.96 82 85.96 81.78 -.24 +16.2 OmegaHlt N OHI 2.64 8.4 11 33.85 24.90 853 31.33 5087 32.15 31.28 -.74 +13.8 Omeros Q OMER 25.20 8.36 295 21.01 2432 21.54 18.93 +1.51 +8.1sOmnicell Q OMCL 57.70 39.75 160 53.75 1742 57.70 52.20 -2.95 +10.8 Omnicom N OMC 2.40 3.1 16 83.34 65.32 1921 77.51 9653 78.38 76.45 +.43 +6.4 Omnova N OMN 11.90 8.10 68 10.20 435 10.60 10.15 -.15 +2.0 OnDeckCap N ONDK 7.68 3.98 324 7.24 1435 7.56 7.06 +.09 +26.1 OnSmcnd Q ON 12 27.10 14.20 4557 23.48 21788 23.91 22.95 +.38 +12.1 OnTrack Q OTIV 2.94 .93 137 1.18 453 1.18 1.11 +.02 -13.2 OncoMed Q OMED 5.56 1.74 25 2.45 176 2.56 2.31 -.02 -40.2 Oncobiolog Q ONS 2.30 .78 3 .91 268 .94 .87 +.01 -30.1 OncoCyte n A OCX 7.64 1.10 83 3.15 3076 4.59 2.85 +.20 -32.3 OncolBio n Q ONCY 7.40 4.89 30 5.40 190 6.04 5.37 -.20 -13.8 Onconov wt Q ONTXW .80 .35 .80 +45.5 Onconva rs Q ONTX 2.83 .33 709 .45 3310 .49 .42 +.01 -70.0 OncoSec rs Q ONCS 2.95 .88 468 1.30 2716 1.43 1.25 -.11 -20.0 OneGpHosp Q STKS 3.10 1.32 67 2.50 919 2.65 2.24 +.12 +4.6 OneHorz rs Q OHGI 3.38 .44 337 .45 1907 .52 .45 -.02 -68.0 180 DgrCap Q TURN 2.45 1.46 16 2.16 265 2.28 2.14 -.06 +9.6sOneLibrty N OLP 1.80 6.5 15 27.70 21.02 56 27.66 269 27.80 27.17 +.49 +6.7 OneStopS n Q OSS 6.25 4.08 5 4.74 64 4.74 4.16 +.57 -2.9 1800Flowrs Q FLWS 23 13.33 7.80 86 13.10 541 13.15 12.55 +.25 +22.4 OneSmart n N ONE 16.00 8.56 69 11.84 734 12.31 11.33 +.01 +8.5 OneSpan Q OSPN 23.35 11.05 104 20.60 514 20.90 20.10 -.10 +48.2 OneMain N OMF 16 36.32 23.70 580 33.43 3012 34.93 32.98 -.93 +28.6sONEOK N OKE 3.18f 4.5 52 71.99 49.65 2752 71.40 16570 71.99 69.73 +.19 +33.6sOoma n N OOMA 16.45 7.30 60 15.50 504 16.45 14.65 +.10 +29.7 OpenText s Q OTEX .61f 1.6 33 40.31 31.00 376 37.92 2206 38.14 36.42 +1.48 +6.3 OpesAcq n Q OPES 9.98 9.66 9.76 151 9.77 9.76 +.06 +.8 OpesAcq un Q OPESU 10.15 9.11 10.07 1 10.08 10.07 -.03 +.5 OpGen n rs Q OPGN 14.25 1.62 39 2.06 988 2.30 1.85 +.18 -55.9 Ophthotech Q OPHT 1 4.50 2.25 85 2.70 704 2.85 2.65 -.13 -13.5tOpiantPh n Q OPNT 51.90 12.75 60 16.17 311 17.25 12.75 +2.74 -29.6 OpkoHlth Q OPK 7.24 2.66 7468 5.86 45501 6.30 5.24 +.65 +19.6 OppLgCap N RWL .72e 1.4 55.31 45.76 50 52.03 244 52.10 51.49 +.72 +1.2 OppMidCap N RWK .59e .7 64.10 53.65 19 62.51 62 63.24 62.07 +.35 +3.0 OppSmCap N RWJ .59e .8 77.03 60.34 22 74.57 81 75.93 74.14 -.64 +6.7sOppUltDiv N RDIV 1.15e 3.0 39.00 32.12 120 38.42 1404 39.00 38.17 -.41 +5.0sOp R1000D n N OMFL 27.47 24.74 8 27.50 20 27.50 27.10 +.50 +5.4 OpIntRev n N REFA 30.89 25.65 1 26.46 5 26.75 26.26 -.06 -5.0 Opp Rev n N ESGL 33.09 28.18 1 31.30 2 31.31 31.07 +.36 +.7 OppGlRv n N ESGF 33.63 28.44 1 30.17 8 30.31 30.01 +.32 -3.9 OppenFin N RWW .58e .9 74.63 58.96 2 65.30 9 65.99 64.68 +.75 -5.4 OpEMRev n N REEM 30.65 24.95 4 25.52 7 25.68 25.43 +.12 -8.2 OppenHldg N OPY .44 1.6 29.80 15.35 42 28.30 193 29.30 27.65 -.25 +5.6sOptiNose n Q OPTN 30.00 15.01 164 27.44 873 30.00 26.88 -.84 +45.2 Optibase Q OBAS 9.50 6.40 8.70 1 8.70 8.70 +.18 +9.3 OptCable Q OCC .08 2.1 4.15 2.13 1 3.85 65 4.00 3.60 -.15 +60.0 OptimBk h Q OPHC 13.96 1.85 2 5.05 32 5.18 4.64 +.27 +7.4 OpusBank Q OPB .59e 2.0 18 30.95 21.06 163 28.95 701 30.45 28.95 -.88 +6.0 Oracle N ORCL .76 1.6 55 53.48 42.57 25771 48.63 128188 48.81 46.06 +2.63 +2.9tOramedPh Q ORMP 11.34 5.85 30 5.98 258 6.38 5.85 -.28 -33.6 Orange N ORAN .41e 2.4 18.57 15.89 233 17.05 1098 17.54 16.99 -.35 -2.0 OraSure Q OSUR 34 23.01 12.86 143 17.30 1722 17.75 17.06 -.42 -8.3 Orbcomm Q ORBC 11.99 8.50 292 10.40 1806 10.72 10.35 -.24 +2.2 Orbotch Q ORBK 21 65.75 33.72 122 62.13 937 63.13 61.26 -.57 +23.7 OrchidIsl N ORC 1.08e 13.9 41 10.47 6.77 349 7.78 2191 7.80 7.62 +.05 -16.2 OrchidsPP A TIS 1.40 35.7 6 15.74 3.44 50 3.92 532 4.41 3.66 -.43 -69.4 Organovo Q ONVO 2.72 .91 546 1.34 2874 1.44 1.32 -.05 tOrgenesis n Q ORGS 16.80 8.00 4 8.35 102 8.59 8.00 +.01 -39.7 OrientPap A ONP 3 2.45 .75 7 1.01 40 1.03 .90 +.02 -21.7 OrignAg rs Q SEED 19.60 6.40 206 8.27 1117 9.35 7.03 +.07 -2.7 OrigBcp n Q OBNK .13 .3 42.31 36.12 103 39.48 493 41.17 38.66 -.21 +5.3 OrionEngy Q OESX 1.30 .70 22 1.07 310 1.09 1.00 -.01 +21.6 OrionECarb N OEC .72 68 33.95 19.90 937 31.50 2148 32.25 30.65 +.55 +23.0sOrionGpHl N ORN 8.77 5.17 215 8.75 1220 9.00 8.16 +.55 +11.7 Oritani Q ORIT 1.13e 6.9 12 17.70 15.00 100 16.25 675 16.65 16.15 -.25 -.9 Orix N IX 100.03 77.52 15 80.84 153 82.12 79.72 +1.61 -4.6tOrmatTc N ORA .49 .9 31 70.68 50.20 154 52.50 1377 53.82 50.20 -1.73 -17.9 OrrstownF Q ORRF .52f 2.0 20 27.05 22.15 6 26.30 48 26.70 26.15 -.10 +4.2 OrthoPed n Q KIDS 31.39 14.00 43 29.37 243 30.00 28.34 -.11 +53.0 Orthofix Q OFIX 77 61.86 42.68 80 58.10 513 59.37 57.88 +.18 +6.2 OshRusS n N OUSM 27.99 24.76 12 27.74 120 27.93 27.63 +.06 +2.6 OshIntQ n N ONTL 29.06 25.73 1 26.61 8 26.79 26.50 -.01 -3.7 OshkoshCp N OSK .96 1.3 17 100.26 66.55 675 73.60 3372 73.82 70.08 +2.66 -19.0 OsiskoGl n N OR .20 14.39 9.14 289 9.40 1754 9.75 9.34 -.22 -18.7 OspyEn A n Q OSPR 10.20 9.47 83 10.17 722 10.18 10.08 +.02 +5.9 OspreyE un Q OSPRU 11.20 9.26 11.05 0 11.05 11.05 +.05 +11.1 OssenInn rs Q OSN 18 8.90 1.50 7 2.80 71 2.89 2.68 -.09 -2.8 Otelco Q OTEL 9 17.75 6.95 2 15.14 55 15.30 15.00 +.09 +13.4 Otonomy Q OTIC 21.15 2.80 210 3.75 955 4.00 3.65 -.08 -32.4 OttawaBc n Q OTTW .20f 1.4 93 14.99 13.59 13.96 6 13.96 13.81 +.15 -3.3 OtterTail Q OTTR 1.34 2.8 24 49.75 38.75 45 48.40 287 49.65 47.50 -1.20 +8.9 OutfrontM N OUT 1.44 6.8 12 25.30 17.75 1733 21.23 8030 21.25 20.58 +.48 -8.5 OvaScience Q OVAS 1.73 .71 23 .94 299 .97 .90 -.01 -32.9 OverSh rs N OSG 4.16 1.67 421 3.62 2310 3.96 3.53 -.27 +32.1 Overstk Q OSTK 89.80 14.30 1039 38.85 5080 39.80 36.10 +2.05 -39.2 Ovid Th n Q OVID 12.44 5.28 46 11.00 188 11.10 9.04 +1.77 +11.4 OwensMin N OMI 1.04 6.0 11 32.51 14.26 514 17.32 2703 17.57 17.05 +.24 -8.3 OwensCorn N OC .84 1.3 20 96.52 61.00 1967 64.89 7627 65.10 62.59 +.99 -29.4 OwensIll N OI 13 25.90 16.22 951 16.82 6095 17.42 16.81 -.05 -24.1 OwensRM A ORM .80f 4.8 11 18.72 13.71 25 16.75 129 16.94 16.55 +.01 +4.6 Oxbridge Q OXBR .48 28.2 3 6.00 1.00 0 1.71 45 1.85 1.60 -.10 -20.7 OxfordImm Q OXFD 19.51 10.00 23 13.23 277 13.78 13.05 -.22 -5.3 OxfordInds N OXM 1.36 1.6 21 93.47 57.36 125 87.21 650 87.47 83.71 +2.10 +16.0 OxfordLn Q OXLC 1.62 14.6 11.74 9.11 426 11.10 1662 11.14 10.54 +.57 +10.4 Oxford 23pf Q OXLCO 1.88 7.4 25.74 25.14 4 25.34 15 25.38 25.26 +.12 -.2 OxfrLn24 pf Q OXLCM 1.69 6.7 25.93 25.00 2 25.37 7 25.64 25.37 -.14 +.7 OxfSqCap Q OXSQ .80 11.4 6 7.25 5.15 119 7.03 601 7.08 6.97 +.05 +22.5P-Q:P&F Inds Q PFIN .20 2.4 8.88 5.60 8 8.46 24 8.74 8.24 +.13 +.9 PAM Q PTSI 41 51.73 16.34 6 46.13 101 50.30 43.73 -1.61 +34.0sPB Bncp Q PBBI .24 2.0 11.75 10.00 4 11.90 11 11.90 11.45 +.35 +10.7 PBF Engy N PBF 1.20 2.8 13 50.99 19.46 945 42.43 8175 44.78 41.16 -.02 +19.7 PBF Logist N PBFX 1.96f 9.3 11 22.30 17.75 33 21.00 112 21.60 20.80 -.50 +.2sPC Cnnctn Q CNXN .34e 18 34.91 22.66 26 34.06 229 34.91 32.93 +.01 +30.0 PC-Tel Q PCTI .22 3.5 7.85 5.65 48 6.22 131 6.31 6.02 -15.6 PCM Fund N PCM .96 8.4 12.13 10.15 45 11.42 194 11.60 11.40 -.05 -1.3 PCM Inc Q PCMI 20.50 6.90 88 17.85 453 18.05 16.29 +1.40 +80.3 PCSB Fn n Q PCSB .03p 86 22.34 16.50 15 19.70 118 19.99 19.67 -.22 +3.4 PDC Engy Q PDCE 66.20 36.74 781 61.93 4714 65.34 60.42 -.15 +20.2 PDF Sol Q PDFS 35 20.10 9.62 175 11.76 924 12.64 11.67 -.42 -25.1 PDL Bio Q PDLI .20 7.7 4 3.55 2.15 1669 2.59 7631 2.60 2.45 +.14 -5.5 PDL Cmt n Q PDLB 16.95 14.46 5 15.14 70 15.68 15.01 +.11 -.3 PG&E Cp N PCG 2.12f 4.9 7 71.57 37.30 3475 43.27 28287 45.32 43.20 -1.76 -3.5 PGT Inc N PGTI 27 22.35 12.25 234 21.35 1643 21.75 20.95 +26.7 PHH Corp N PHH 15.00 8.01 156 10.83 695 10.95 10.82 -.05 +5.1 PHI vtg Q PHII 13.95 9.41 0 10.40 18 10.43 9.60 -.10 -11.1tPHI nv Q PHIIK .20 2.2 13.39 9.22 136 9.20 547 10.02 9.14 -.50 -20.5 PICO Hld s Q PICO 5.00e 14.57 10.38 65 12.60 419 12.70 12.18 +.35 -1.6 PIMCO1-3Tr N TUZ .34a .7 50.80 49.84 8 49.96 34 49.97 49.90 -.01 -.6 Pimc1-5Tip N STPZ .53e 1.0 52.52 51.47 154 51.62 365 51.65 51.53 -.04 -.6 Pim15TIPS N LTPZ .42e .6 69.37 64.23 5 68.26 50 68.28 67.72 -.01 -1.4 PimBrdTIPS N TIPZ .80e 1.4 58.70 56.63 8 57.62 26 57.65 57.48 -.08 -1.0 PimLwDur N LDUR 2.82e 2.0 101.42 99.25 5 99.41 26 99.72 99.33 +.01 -.9 PimcoTR N BOND 6.13e 5.9 107.65 101.92 55 103.16 275 103.21 102.88 +.11 -2.7 Pim0-5HYCp N HYS 5.21e 5.2 101.95 97.52 122 99.94 756 100.10 99.68 +.26 -.5 PimIGBd N CORP 3.12a 3.1 106.25 97.04 19 100.96 102 100.98 100.31 +.54 -4.5 PimShMat N MINT .82e .8 101.87 101.35 516 101.46 2833 101.48 101.42 +.02 -.1 PimIntMu N MUNI 1.26 2.4 54.58 52.31 5 52.87 49 52.92 52.73 +.14 -1.5 PimSTMun N SMMU .47e .9 50.80 49.49 2 49.87 19 49.94 49.66 +.04 Pim25yrZro N ZROZ 3.07e 2.6 124.10 106.57 18 116.37 43 116.78 115.23 +.36 -4.2 PJT Part n N PJT .20 .4 58.76 35.47 117 56.95 773 57.96 55.35 +1.54 +24.9 PLDT Inc N PHI 1.60e 6.3 34.90 21.58 57 25.20 356 25.27 24.13 +1.10 -16.2 PLX Phr rs Q PLXP 9.41 3.20 1 4.00 11 4.16 3.99 -.20 -42.0 PNC pfP N PNCpP 1.65 6.0 29.65 26.65 56 27.44 382 28.02 27.41 -.41 -3.0 PNC pfQ N PNCpQ 1.34 5.3 25.79 24.15 23 25.10 97 25.27 25.05 -.08 -1.0 PNC N PNC 3.80f 2.7 13 163.59 119.77 5306 138.32 14972 139.56 135.25 +2.32 -4.1 PNM Res N PNM 1.06 2.8 19 46.00 33.75 322 38.30 2257 39.80 37.60 -1.40 -5.3 POSCO N PKX 93.12 64.48 126 70.00 1353 70.76 68.56 -.40 -10.4 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 14 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 64

tPPDAI n N PPDF 13.68 4.51 1164 4.36 7263 5.78 4.33 -1.44 -38.7 PPG s N PPG 1.80 1.7 18 122.07 100.36 1569 103.99 7441 104.87 102.90 +.99 -11.0 PPL Cap 73 N PPX 1.48 5.8 26.75 24.83 6 25.53 104 25.54 25.42 +.05 -.2 PPL Corp N PPL 1.64 5.8 12 39.90 25.30 2792 28.52 26310 29.57 27.70 -1.05 -7.9sPQ GrpH n N PQG 37 18.69 12.88 120 17.98 1057 18.69 17.41 -.44 +9.3sPRA Grp Q PRAA 62 42.90 25.72 165 42.25 1582 42.90 41.80 +.25 +27.3sPRA Hlth Q PRAH 62 99.91 73.05 354 99.96 2029 100.68 95.40 +4.22 +9.8 PRGX Glbl Q PRGX 10.30 5.40 18 9.55 164 9.80 9.50 -.15 +34.5 PS BusPk N PSB 3.40 2.6 33 137.60 107.91 68 130.23 421 131.99 129.09 -1.77 +4.1 PSBPk pfU N PSBpU 1.44 5.7 25.99 24.36 4 25.38 38 25.44 25.20 +.16 +.5 PSBPk pfV N PSBpV 1.42 5.6 26.65 24.06 7 25.33 35 25.33 25.18 +.10 +.1 PS BusP pfY N PSBpY 24.78 22.04 16 23.94 173 24.10 23.72 -.04 -2.7 PS BusP pfX N PSBpX 1.31 5.3 25.50 22.32 20 24.58 130 24.64 24.16 +.41 -2.7 PS BsPk pfW N PSBpW 25.77 22.23 20 24.56 89 24.65 24.06 +.63 -2.7 PTC Inc Q PTC 100.79 52.20 478 98.84 3923 99.87 95.64 +2.63 +62.6 PTC Thera Q PTCT 52.95 14.56 548 36.26 2840 37.83 35.64 -.44 +117.4 PVH Corp N PVH .15 .1 18 169.22 110.76 467 148.27 4450 151.48 146.49 +1.85 +8.1 PacWstBc Q PACW 2.40f 4.9 15 55.86 43.08 1096 49.02 4728 51.60 48.88 -1.04 -2.7 Paccar Q PCAR 1.12 1.8 12 79.69 59.82 2226 63.45 8245 63.71 60.83 +2.54 -10.7 PcrTrnd750 N PTLC 30.73 25.89 168 30.18 865 30.24 29.77 +.45 +5.4 PcrTrnd450 N PTMC 33.22 27.70 79 32.92 446 33.22 32.55 +.11 +5.8sPcrTrnd100 N PTNQ 34.84 26.72 43 34.88 268 34.98 34.14 +.87 +15.3 PacrCash n N GCOW 34.59 29.33 15 30.96 236 31.28 30.59 -.05 -1.7 PacrTrendp N PTEU 33.39 27.44 35 28.19 191 28.31 27.93 +.07 -8.2 Pacr Wlth n N PWS 27.67 23.99 4 26.68 63 26.68 26.48 +.06 +5.7sPac Cash n N CALF 32.73 22.60 4 29.23 329 32.73 28.98 -.22 +12.0 PacDvCsh n N ICOW 31.03 25.58 20 27.90 31 28.20 27.58 +.12 -4.9 PacBiosci Q PACB 5.70 2.02 546 3.70 3158 3.88 3.62 +.03 +40.2 PacifCstOil N ROYT .15e 6.4 6 2.75 1.36 98 2.31 926 2.49 2.26 -.18 +19.1 PacEthanol Q PEIX 7.50 2.30 194 2.45 1856 2.70 2.35 -.15 -46.2 PacGE pfA A PCGpA 1.50 5.7 33.49 21.19 44 26.47 76 26.71 25.01 +1.23 -6.1 PacGE pfB A PCGpB 1.37 5.8 33.00 22.05 3 23.52 10 23.75 22.98 +.10 -9.0 PacGE pfC A PCGpC 1.25 5.8 29.01 20.60 1 21.45 3 21.45 21.11 -.00 -12.8 PacGE pfD A PCGpD 1.25 5.8 26.95 20.01 7 21.67 9 21.67 20.61 +.25 -10.3 PacGE pfE A PCGpE 1.25 5.9 29.48 20.30 1 21.30 4 21.40 21.13 -.10 -13.6 PacGE pfG A PCGpG 1.20 5.9 32.05 19.11 10 20.45 16 20.74 20.00 +.24 -16.8 PacGE pfH A PCGpH 1.12 5.7 29.54 18.65 1 19.75 6 19.75 19.26 +.24 -14.4 PacGE pfI A PCGpI 1.09 5.6 26.84 18.88 1 19.40 1 19.43 19.01 -.03 -14.0 PacMerc Q PMBC 22 10.10 7.60 4 9.75 71 10.05 9.75 -.25 +11.4 PacPreBc Q PPBI .15p 24 46.05 32.05 636 37.30 2656 40.00 36.85 -.85 -6.8 PaciraPhm Q PCRX 51.10 26.95 375 36.40 3491 37.10 33.70 +2.40 -20.3 PackAmer N PKG 3.16f 2.8 18 131.13 105.81 287 114.83 3453 116.17 113.22 +1.55 -4.7tPagsegur n N PAGS 39.97 25.15 6342 27.30 20912 28.61 25.15 -.57 -13.9 PainThr rs Q PTIE 12.80 2.04 87 2.40 1895 2.92 2.31 -.10 -40.0 PalatinTch A PTN 1.59 .38 849 1.02 4377 1.06 .99 -.02 +18.7sPaloAltNet N PANW 219.19 126.56 902 215.95 7728 219.38 206.70 +4.79 +49.0 PampaEng N PAM 72.98 32.18 268 38.06 1818 40.84 37.56 +.64 -43.4 PanASlv Q PAAS .14 .8 21 19.56 13.99 821 16.90 6043 18.36 16.69 -1.24 +8.6 Pandora N P 9.98 4.09 3886 8.16 30424 8.39 7.63 -.09 +69.3 PangaeaL Q PANL 2 8.40 2.13 1 3.00 8 3.04 2.95 -.04 -18.5 PanhO&G N PHX .16 .8 25.30 17.65 9 20.40 93 21.33 19.95 +.10 -.7tPapaJohns Q PZZA .90 1.7 22 81.09 47.80 2187 53.55 12626 55.83 47.80 +2.28 -4.6 PapaMurph Q FRSH 13 6.50 3.50 39 5.16 106 5.27 5.02 +.06 -4.1 ParTech N PAR 42 17.97 7.31 88 17.05 521 17.77 15.81 -.61 +82.4 ParaGold n A PZG 3 1.80 1.16 48 1.22 380 1.29 1.20 -.03 -6.2 ParamtGp N PGRE .40 2.6 16.79 13.70 520 15.62 3499 15.74 15.51 -.09 -1.5 ParatekPh Q PRTK 29.00 9.85 410 10.65 2855 10.80 10.05 +.10 -40.5 Paretem rs A TEUM 3.59 .54 871 2.37 5240 2.51 2.35 -.09 +14.5 ParkCity Q PCYG 41 15.00 6.75 40 8.25 250 8.40 7.50 +.30 -13.6 ParkEl N PKE .40 1.7 19 24.16 14.59 74 23.33 646 23.85 23.04 +.03 +36.8 ParkHot n N PK 2.20f 7.0 32.62 23.91 1320 31.31 5360 31.55 30.51 -.01 +8.9 ParkNatl A PRK 3.84f 3.5 18 119.00 92.42 20 109.61 118 113.65 109.40 -.98 +5.4 ParkOh Q PKOH .50 1.3 16 47.90 34.95 9 37.40 90 39.30 36.18 -1.10 -18.6 ParkeBcp Q PKBK .56f 2.4 16 24.80 16.25 11 23.35 71 24.30 23.15 -.21 +25.0 ParkDrl N PKD 1.44 .31 3256 .36 14284 .48 .35 -.02 -64.2 ParkerHan N PH 3.04f 1.9 20 212.80 152.47 1496 161.51 5283 162.25 156.73 +4.69 -19.1 ParkrVs rs Q PRKR 2.24 .48 70 .75 378 .78 .68 +.01 -29.2 ParsleyEn N PE 53 33.43 21.12 2375 32.07 24113 33.25 31.15 +.40 +8.9 PrtnrCm Q PTNR 17 6.60 3.23 5 3.81 16 3.90 3.53 +.09 -38.1 PartRe pfF N PREpF 1.47 5.8 26.24 24.68 0 25.38 13 25.65 25.38 -.15 -.8 PartRe pfG N PREpG 1.63 6.2 27.59 25.81 2 26.40 19 26.63 26.35 -.09 -1.6 PartRe pfH N PREpH 1.81 6.4 30.82 26.81 12 28.18 118 28.47 27.84 -.22 -1.7 PartRe pfI N PREpI 1.47 5.8 27.08 24.91 10 25.35 39 25.59 25.34 -.23 -3.5 PartyCity n N PRTY 15 16.75 9.50 727 16.45 4865 16.73 15.80 +.70 +17.9 PathfdBcp Q PBHC .24 1.5 23 16.64 14.60 0 15.53 5 15.59 15.50 -.12 +.9 PatrkInd s Q PATK 19 72.35 45.30 145 59.30 940 60.30 56.90 -1.15 -14.6 PatrNBc rs Q PNBK .04 .2 24 21.15 15.90 1 19.80 10 20.05 19.60 -.20 +10.9 PatriotTr n Q PATI 14 23.80 16.72 21.80 9 21.90 20.87 +.10 +25.4 PatternEn Q PEGI 1.69f 9.9 13 26.56 16.58 7665 17.09 10884 19.39 16.81 -2.01 -20.5 Patterson Q PDCO 1.04 4.5 10 44.47 20.57 1159 22.92 9692 23.76 22.27 +.10 -36.6 PattUTI Q PTEN .16f .9 25.03 14.83 2749 17.28 14296 19.29 16.95 -.80 -24.9 Pavmed n Q PAVM 9.31 .87 745 1.40 6091 1.47 1.11 +.26 -38.7 Paychex Q PAYX 2.24 3.2 28 73.10 54.20 2170 70.54 10936 70.62 68.06 +.75 +3.6 PaycomSft N PAYC 118.45 64.50 417 110.19 2884 111.18 102.25 +6.71 +37.2sPaylocity Q PCTY 65.14 41.15 205 64.63 666 65.22 62.51 +1.34 +37.0 PayData rs Q PYDS 4.10 1.22 58 1.69 284 1.78 1.65 -.05 -33.2sPayPal n Q PYPL 56 89.19 54.33 6106 87.99 28033 89.19 85.07 +2.05 +19.5 pdvWirelss Q PDVW 39.75 22.50 13 26.35 115 26.95 25.33 +.95 -17.9 PeabodyE n N BTU .60 1.4 47.84 24.93 624 43.81 3541 46.27 43.74 -1.47 +11.3 PeakRsts Q SKIS .28 5.3 5.78 4.10 112 5.30 264 5.55 5.05 +.10 -1.9 PeapkGl Q PGC .20 .6 19 38.00 29.21 71 33.96 281 35.59 33.93 -1.14 -3.0 Pearson N PSO .80e 6.7 12.51 7.62 204 12.00 1215 12.09 11.76 +.22 +22.2 Pebblebrk N PEB 1.52 3.9 22 41.65 31.29 344 39.04 2665 39.55 38.47 +.03 +5.0 Pebble pfC N PEBpC 1.63 6.3 26.05 23.93 4 25.78 24 25.96 25.38 +.11 +2.0 Pebbleb pfD N PEBpD 2.09 8.2 26.43 24.11 3 25.49 215 25.70 25.46 -.31 -1.0 Pedevco rs A PED 4.44 .26 535 1.50 4742 2.06 1.36 -.32 +368.8 Pegasyst Q PEGA .12 .2 67.95 45.40 307 58.65 2343 59.70 56.90 +1.55 +24.4 Pembina g N PBA 1.56 26 36.99 29.28 327 35.47 1662 35.71 34.91 +.08 -2.0sPnnNtGm Q PENN 38 36.47 19.98 1027 36.59 5421 36.90 34.70 +1.68 +16.8sPennVa n Q PVAC 96.13 32.49 171 86.01 1332 96.13 85.93 -4.23 +119.9 PennantPk Q PNNT .72 10.2 8 7.84 6.29 165 7.08 824 7.14 7.03 -.01 +2.5 PenPkFR Q PFLT 1.14 8.3 11 14.65 12.00 124 13.71 475 13.95 13.60 -.08 -.1 Penney N JCP 40 5.63 2.25 7299 2.38 42458 2.46 2.33 -.06 -24.7 PennsWd Q PWOD 1.88 4.1 18 50.00 39.59 4 45.50 21 46.00 44.25 -.43 -2.3 PennaRE N PEI .84 7.5 15 13.02 8.86 677 11.26 4840 11.68 11.06 -.11 -5.3 PenRE pfB N PEIpB 1.84 7.6 25.74 20.21 3 24.21 35 24.33 24.14 -.01 -3.9 PenRE pfC N PEIpC 1.80 7.8 26.98 19.44 4 23.22 40 23.31 22.96 +.02 -10.3 PenRE pfD N PEIpD 1.72 7.7 25.83 19.01 5 22.45 21 22.61 22.25 +.14 -10.6 PennyMFn N PFSI .47p 6 25.20 16.00 85 19.30 497 20.03 19.30 -.40 -13.6 PennyMac N PMT 1.88 10.0 20 19.67 14.87 319 18.87 2587 19.62 18.78 -.21 +17.4 Penny pfA N PMTpA 2.03 8.1 25.80 23.11 66 25.14 271 25.60 25.10 -.56 -.4 PennyM pfB N PMTpB 25.45 23.68 14 25.14 155 25.27 25.13 -.02 -.2 PensarAc n Q WRLS 10.17 7.75 0 9.87 65 9.90 9.87 -.03 +2.1 PensrAc rt Q WRLSR .55 .30 .45 13 .45 .45 -.05 -10.0 PensarA un Q WRLSU 11.48 10.02 0 10.20 8 10.60 10.20 -.45 -1.2 Penske N PAG 1.40f 2.9 12 54.83 38.33 282 48.68 1824 50.97 47.46 -.92 +1.7 Pentair N PNR .70 1.6 13 74.84 41.28 1188 43.52 5710 43.75 42.36 +1.24 -38.4 Penumbra n N PEN 167.35 77.75 358 135.35 1531 143.45 134.45 -7.02 +43.8 PeopUtdF Q PBCT .70f 3.9 17 20.26 15.97 2430 18.06 14973 18.74 18.03 -.15 -3.4 PeopUtd pf Q PBCTP 1.41 5.5 28.99 25.00 12 25.75 97 26.22 25.67 -.15 -9.1 PeBcOH Q PEBO 1.12f 2.9 17 39.58 29.55 24 37.97 164 39.55 37.96 -.87 +16.4 PeopBNC Q PEBK .52 1.7 17 36.12 26.00 1 31.32 26 32.43 30.65 -.39 +2.1 PeopFSvc Q PFIS 1.32f 2.9 17 52.00 39.00 3 46.24 15 47.26 45.60 -.23 -.7 PeopUtah n Q PUB .40f 1.1 31 38.70 26.35 22 34.95 161 36.65 34.75 -1.35 +15.3 PepsiCo Q PEP 3.71f 3.3 35 122.51 95.94 4407 112.69 42864 113.00 107.52 +3.13 -6.0 Percptr Q PRCP .15 1.3 34 12.25 6.80 17 11.59 158 12.14 11.14 -.30 +19.5 Perficient Q PRFT 52 27.51 16.70 145 27.24 462 27.45 26.18 +.54 +42.8 PerfFood n N PFGC 24 38.70 25.40 352 37.45 1976 37.80 36.60 +13.1 Performnt Q PFMT 3.52 1.52 2.19 17 2.27 2.18 +.06 +32.7 PerionNwk Q PERI 1.96 .71 55 1.10 388 1.15 1.09 -.06 +6.3 PerkElm N PKI .28 .4 29 84.49 62.43 680 75.67 2973 76.18 74.27 +1.35 +3.5 PermRck n N PRT 16.69 15.00 18 16.04 146 16.38 15.95 -.25 +3.5 PermaFix Q PESI 5.15 3.25 17 4.10 42 4.50 4.10 -.40 +12.3 PermaPip Q PPIH 10.43 7.50 20 9.20 55 9.30 9.10 +2.2 Prmian N PBT .64e 7.0 25 10.30 7.80 42 9.13 324 9.35 9.10 -.10 +2.9 PernixT rs Q PTX 5.18 2.00 27 2.44 195 2.59 2.42 -.08 +1.7 Perrigo N PRGO .76 1.0 95.93 63.68 704 75.90 6866 78.12 75.27 -.33 -12.9 PerryEllis Q PERY 8 29.59 16.35 68 28.74 630 29.23 28.30 +.37 +14.8 PershGld rs Q PGLC 3.31 1.70 31 1.75 175 1.84 1.72 -.01 -26.9 Perspecta n N PRSP 25.45 19.84 1542 22.87 9515 23.03 21.30 +.90 -6.8sPetIQ n Q PETQ 29.24 17.03 384 25.67 3424 29.24 24.95 -2.19 +17.5 PetMed Q PETS 1.00 2.6 24 57.80 31.81 797 38.99 5093 40.24 35.55 -3.63 -14.3 PetChina N PTR .70e 1.0 85.02 60.69 75 73.61 615 75.16 71.12 +1.13 +5.2 PetrbrsA N PBR/A 14.98 7.24 5232 9.38 38426 9.51 8.90 +.17 -4.6 Petrobras N PBR 17.20 7.72 11317 10.69 78059 10.84 10.27 +.27 +3.9 Pfenex A PFNX 8.42 2.07 280 5.35 932 5.89 5.33 -.17 +101.1 Pfizer N PFE 1.36 3.6 15 39.43 32.32 14446 37.53 103141 37.59 37.01 +.42 +3.6 PFSweb Q PFSW 11.86 5.90 87 10.04 470 10.13 9.60 +.23 +35.1 PhlpsSelEn N DSE 1.26 22.5 7.35 4.89 66 5.61 590 5.67 5.52 +.05 -4.1sPhibroAH Q PAHC .40 .8 35 48.40 32.05 58 48.35 466 48.40 46.25 +1.10 +44.3 PhilipMor N PM 4.56f 5.5 21 121.69 76.21 7517 82.68 27470 84.00 81.45 +.42 -21.7sPhilipsNV N PHG .88e 2.0 43.98 35.47 569 43.66 3809 43.98 42.92 +.18 +15.5 Phillips66 N PSX 3.20f 2.9 26 122.38 80.73 1563 111.81 8160 114.61 109.74 +.63 +10.5 Phill66LP N PSXP 2.71f 5.3 19 56.48 44.40 147 50.84 793 51.25 49.56 +.31 -2.9 PhxNMda N FENG 8.14 2.43 42 4.60 1198 5.08 4.47 +.06 -29.1 PhotrIn Q PLAB 1 10.60 7.20 285 8.45 2733 9.05 8.40 +.15 -.9 PhysRltTr N DOC .92 5.8 42 19.07 14.13 1352 15.85 9835 16.11 15.71 -.25 -10.8 PiedmLithn Q PLLL 17.98 12.75 2 13.35 13 14.50 13.35 -.60 +4.7 PiedmOfc N PDM .84 4.2 9 21.19 16.69 910 20.12 5044 20.57 20.08 -.28 +2.6 Pier 1 N PIR .28 12.6 5.92 2.15 1023 2.23 7837 2.58 2.18 -.35 -46.1 PierisPhm Q PIRS 9.75 4.42 409 5.60 1568 5.62 5.22 +.14 -25.8tPilgrimsP Q PPC 8 38.39 18.83 1248 18.73 6046 20.65 18.65 -1.60 -39.7 PimUS Eq n N MFUS 29.49 25.01 4 28.82 28 29.02 28.66 +.24 +4.4 Pim IntEq n N MFDX 28.41 25.25 6 25.81 22 26.08 25.56 -.07 -3.5 PimEmMkt N MFEM 28.32 23.49 4 24.26 26 24.40 23.90 +.20 -7.3 PimcoCA N PCQ .92 5.4 17.89 14.43 30 17.08 184 17.19 16.97 +.17 -1.1 PimcoCA2 N PCK .65 7.8 10.42 8.01 51 8.29 364 8.40 8.22 +.03 -18.4 PimcCA3 N PZC .72 6.9 11.15 9.55 26 10.48 126 10.52 10.34 +.07 +.4 PimcoCp&I N PCN 1.35 7.7 18.05 15.84 74 17.56 440 18.04 17.05 -.29 +2.1 PimCpOp N PTY 1.56a 9.0 18.93 15.86 184 17.40 1237 17.78 17.35 -.16 +5.7 PimDyCrd N PCI 1.97 8.3 23.90 21.61 336 23.60 1755 23.88 23.55 -.01 +5.2sPimDyInco N PDI 2.65a 8.2 32.49 28.60 136 32.33 937 32.49 32.10 +.35 +7.6 PimcIncStr N PFL 1.08 9.1 12.54 11.15 95 11.89 318 12.17 11.86 -.12 +1.8 PimIncStr2 N PFN .96 9.2 10.89 10.00 213 10.48 1070 10.69 10.41 -.14 +.5 PimStPls N PGP 2.20 14.2 18.28 12.37 36 15.51 213 15.80 15.34 +.15 +.8 PimcoHiI N PHK 1.24 14.5 8.83 7.19 572 8.58 2813 8.70 8.48 -.03 +15.0 PimIncOpp N PKO 2.28a 8.3 27.98 24.50 25 27.40 196 27.82 27.38 -.13 +5.8 PimcoMuni N PMF .98 7.3 14.23 12.29 40 13.27 261 13.32 13.19 +.07 +2.1 PimcoMu2 N PML .78 6.0 13.56 11.80 78 13.10 632 13.30 13.03 -.10 -.6 PimcMu3 N PMX .75 6.6 12.28 10.76 53 11.47 325 11.61 11.40 -.04 -.9 PimcoNY N PNF .68 5.5 13.63 11.26 23 12.34 52 12.51 12.24 -.12 -3.4 PimcoNY2 N PNI .80 7.6 12.51 10.40 64 10.51 168 10.60 10.48 -.01 -12.4 PimcNY3 N PYN .63 6.8 10.27 8.50 61 9.22 105 9.28 9.08 -7.1 PimcoStrIn N RCS .96 9.8 10.65 8.62 33 9.79 346 9.85 9.70 +.05 +6.6 PingtanM Q PME .04 1.6 16 4.50 1.99 30 2.58 198 2.87 2.56 -.21 -15.4sPinnclEnt Q PNK 35.04 18.30 516 35.04 2080 35.18 34.19 +.69 +7.1 PinnaclFn Q PNFP .56 .9 20 69.95 58.40 551 60.05 2356 64.50 60.05 -2.70 -9.4 PinnaclFds N PF 1.30 2.0 13 70.51 52.25 2417 65.52 15443 66.00 65.20 +.08 +10.2 PinWst N PNW 2.78 3.5 18 92.42 73.41 719 80.15 5669 83.04 78.66 -2.59 -5.9 PionDvrsHi A HNW 1.38 9.5 16.86 14.50 9 14.51 91 14.65 14.50 -.01 -7.9 PionEnSvc N PES 6.35 1.60 463 5.55 5063 6.00 5.50 -.05 +82.0tPionFltRt N PHD .72 6.5 12.22 11.08 67 11.08 591 11.20 11.08 -.09 -3.4 PionHiIn N PHT 1.14 12.2 10.12 9.25 65 9.32 392 9.36 9.27 +.06 -4.0 PioMuAdv N MAV .84 7.7 11.88 10.50 57 10.92 279 10.93 10.84 -.01 -4.0 PioMunHi N MHI .84 7.3 12.35 11.10 103 11.52 419 11.65 11.36 -.10 -2.8 PioNtrl N PXD .32f .2 213.40 125.46 1070 184.55 9157 192.18 180.50 -.47 +6.8 PioneerPw Q PPSI 29 7.95 4.57 1 5.80 28 5.93 5.00 +.65 -23.8 PiperJaf N PJC 1.50f 2.0 13 99.80 52.75 82 75.85 305 79.55 75.40 -1.30 -12.1 PitnyBw N PBI .75 8.4 6 16.13 8.11 2063 8.96 10843 9.30 8.90 -.15 -19.9 PitnyBw 43 N PBIpB 1.67 6.8 26.76 21.46 17 24.87 200 24.90 24.45 +2.0 PivotSft n N PVTL 31.24 15.11 1095 25.12 6088 26.28 23.21 +1.38 +59.7tPixelwrks Q PXLW 7.05 3.49 161 3.49 736 3.65 3.46 -.10 -44.9 PlainsAAP N PAA 1.95 8.3 31 26.95 18.38 1806 23.53 9565 24.01 22.68 +.10 +14.0 PlainsGP rs N PAGP 1.70 38 27.75 18.98 788 23.48 11203 24.20 22.78 -.17 +7.0sPlanetFit n N PLNT 2 47.59 22.26 1078 48.71 4792 48.72 44.46 +2.81 +40.7 Plantron N PLT .60 .8 26 82.28 41.28 267 79.10 1645 80.86 76.09 -3.11 +57.0 PlatfmSpc N PAH 17 14.82 9.09 2594 12.14 17104 12.70 11.80 +.40 +22.4 PlatEag n Q EAGL 11.82 9.60 9.73 2 9.80 9.72 +.01 -.2 PlatEag un Q EAGLU 11.00 8.00 6 10.13 9 10.13 10.05 -.05 +1.2 PlatGpM rs A PLG 1 .85 .08 615 .10 5065 .12 .10 -.01 -65.8 PlayAGS n N AGS 29.17 16.66 108 28.55 958 29.04 27.11 -.31 +54.3 PlayaHot n Q PLYA 12.26 9.41 138 10.54 1355 11.30 10.38 -.63 -2.3 Plexus Q PLXS 22 66.78 49.20 81 61.98 534 63.70 61.33 -.43 +2.1 PlugPowr h Q PLUG 3.21 1.53 4966 2.05 14948 2.20 2.02 +.03 -13.1 PlumasBc Q PLBC .36f 1.3 15 29.45 19.10 0 27.75 12 28.25 27.50 -.50 +19.6 Plurlsght n Q PS 29.84 19.25 236 23.79 3903 26.45 22.20 -2.07 +19.0 PluristemT Q PSTI 2.12 1.06 404 1.30 1524 1.32 1.23 +.04 -5.8 PlymInd n A PLYM 1.50 9.2 19.00 15.09 47 16.27 81 16.34 15.77 +.34 -12.0 PlymInd pfA A PLYMpA 1.88 7.6 26.07 23.68 2 24.85 9 24.95 24.45 +.33 -1.2sPoageBksh Q PBSK .24 1.0 29 25.25 17.20 10 24.60 187 25.25 19.90 +4.35 +17.1 PointrTel h Q PNTR 16 19.65 9.95 6 11.85 48 12.30 11.80 -.35 -36.3sPointsInt g Q PCOM 52 18.48 7.70 108 17.29 648 18.48 17.21 -.11 +68.0 PolarPwr n Q POLA 6.85 4.01 1 6.30 22 6.34 6.09 +.15 +25.7 Polaris N PII 2.40 2.0 32 137.66 86.96 339 122.42 2512 128.98 119.54 -3.21 -1.3 Polarity rs Q COOL 41.22 15.21 998 23.63 2989 27.76 22.69 -2.77 +1.8 PolyMet g A PLM 1.36 .58 66 .90 624 .95 .89 -.05 +4.1 PolyOne N POL .70 1.6 20 47.48 34.15 164 44.58 1391 44.93 43.67 +.56 +2.5sPool Corp Q POOL 1.80f 1.1 33 157.52 97.25 155 158.20 725 158.65 155.23 +3.04 +22.0 PopeRes Q POPE 2.80 3.9 26 76.00 66.60 1 72.52 5 73.00 71.29 -.48 +4.0 Popular Q BPOP 1.00 2.2 23 48.18 32.04 357 45.80 2444 47.15 45.47 -.25 +29.1 Popular pf Q BPOPN 1.68 6.6 25.52 22.61 11 25.32 44 25.42 25.00 +.37 +4.3 PopCpII pf Q BPOPM 1.53 6.4 24.20 17.66 4 24.00 34 24.20 23.65 +.53 +6.2 PortGE N POR 1.45f 3.3 21 50.11 39.02 531 43.38 2729 44.30 42.10 -.87 -4.8 PortolaPh Q PTLA 67.10 30.10 496 40.24 2684 41.11 38.75 -.55 -17.3 PostHldg N POST 53 88.93 70.66 254 87.75 2197 88.01 85.94 +.33 +10.8 Potbelly Q PBPB 13.75 10.60 87 12.80 634 13.00 12.40 +4.1 PotltchDel Q PCH 1.60 3.3 26 56.35 43.85 264 48.65 2404 51.70 48.50 -2.40 -2.5 PowellInds Q POWL 1.04 2.9 38.17 22.80 12 36.16 148 36.78 35.01 +1.19 +26.2 PwrInteg Q POWI .64f .8 38 86.60 60.55 57 76.90 475 77.45 75.35 +.20 +4.6 PowrREIT A PW 8.30 5.50 1 6.07 3 6.24 6.07 -.06 -1.4 PwREIT pfA A PWpA 26.55 25.02 0 26.40 0 26.40 26.40 +.90 +3.1 PSCrudeDS N DTO 164.59 51.80 2 55.72 23 58.35 52.14 +2.71 -37.2 PSBMetDL N BDD 11.60 7.20 7.50 2 7.85 7.50 -.31 -28.8 PSBMetDS N BOM 11.70 4.24 9.18 1 9.18 8.83 +.35 +23.7 PSCrudeLg N OLO 6.48 3.85 0 6.20 5 6.46 6.08 -.05 +21.7 PwshDB N DBC 18.47 14.23 17.91 +7.8 PS Agri N DBA 20.31 18.18 19.14 +2.0 PS BasMet N DBB 19.94 16.15 18.76 -3.3 PSS&PMom N SPMO 38.04 30.21 37.55 +9.1 PShNatMu N PZA .87 3.5 25.90 24.84 25.15 -2.6 PranBio rs Q PRAN 3.79 1.75 22 2.26 431 2.64 2.14 -.33 -27.6sPraxair N PX 3.30 2.0 38 166.95 127.36 1505 166.80 8843 167.73 162.62 +2.76 +7.8 Precipio n Q PRPO 12.80 .32 108 .34 1226 .37 .32 -.01 -71.8 PrecDrill N PDS .28 4.14 2.26 1674 3.65 11143 3.86 3.44 +.26 +20.9 PrecTh rs Q AIPT 2.50 .81 3640 1.30 4970 1.58 1.14 +.10 +28.7 PfdAptCm N APTS 1.02f 5.8 22.71 13.60 226 17.56 1729 18.00 17.04 +.14 -13.3 PfdBkLA Q PFBC 1.00f 1.5 18 69.48 49.84 322 64.84 1447 68.91 64.00 -2.74 +10.3 PrefrmdLn Q PLPC .80 .9 41 96.83 45.94 3 88.30 65 91.39 86.74 -.20 +24.3 PremFin s Q PFBI 12 26.05 16.78 7 19.34 70 20.91 18.61 -.19 -3.7sPremier Q PINC 38.99 27.16 1423 37.58 4345 38.99 36.58 -.14 +28.7tPresbia n Q LENS 7.14 1.79 8 2.14 75 2.21 1.79 +.09 -43.5 Presidio n Q PSDO 19.74 11.97 119 13.68 1184 14.20 13.65 -.27 -28.6 Prestige rs N PBH 3 269.50 27.84 263 38.68 1753 39.10 37.82 +.91 -12.9 Pretium g N PVG 12.44 6.17 1012 8.53 13411 9.84 8.51 +.43 -25.2 PriceTR Q TROW 2.80 2.3 21 127.43 74.30 947 119.23 5790 120.55 116.02 +3.73 +13.6tPrSmrt Q PSMT .70 .9 32 94.45 77.30 293 78.90 1910 84.25 77.30 -4.50 -8.4 PrmEgy Q PNRG 71.00 43.50 0 70.05 1 70.05 70.00 -.95 +36.0 Primerica N PRI 1.00 1.0 14 108.05 71.60 142 104.25 838 105.60 101.75 +1.10 +2.7 PrimoWtr Q PRMW 84 19.23 10.47 249 16.81 1498 17.26 16.15 -.34 +33.7 Primoris Q PRIM .24 .8 21 30.00 23.61 88 28.59 1042 28.90 27.69 +.59 +5.1 PrinEdgAIn N YLD .75e 42.10 39.36 3 40.39 16 40.48 39.50 +.26 -2.2 PrinPrice Q PSET .16e 34.46 29.10 34.00 1 34.00 34.00 +.50 +5.7 PrinShHld Q PY .33e 34.81 28.54 0 33.11 1 33.11 33.11 +.62 +1.5 PrinHlIn ef Q BTEC 39.21 27.02 2 36.88 7 37.08 35.70 +.56 +17.3 PrinMill ef Q GENY .06e 38.63 29.04 5 37.54 8 37.89 37.29 +.02 +8.1 PrinActGl N GDVD 29.52 25.29 0 27.88 351 27.88 27.73 +.38 -.4 Prn MegC n N USMC 28.10 24.58 3 26.73 13 26.74 26.43 +.39 +1.8tPrinSpec n N PREF 101.70 94.59 95.08 8 95.08 94.59 +.20 -5.2 PrinFncl Q PFG 2.08f 3.9 11 75.59 52.31 1176 53.16 7127 55.29 52.75 -.46 -24.7 PrincREstI N PGZ 1.32m 7.5 19.52 16.21 83 17.58 185 18.31 17.37 -.38 +2.3 ProAssur N PRA 1.24a 3.4 20 63.45 34.95 467 36.40 1808 37.55 36.05 +.25 -36.3 ProDex Q PDEX 18 8.00 5.80 0 6.64 10 6.75 6.64 -.02 -2.4 ProLogis N PLD 1.92 2.9 25 67.53 56.59 1942 65.53 13242 66.43 65.26 -.67 +1.6 ProPetr n N PUMP 22.88 10.84 1030 15.59 5935 16.68 15.40 -.34 -22.7 ProPhaseL Q PRPH 1.00e 5.29 1.60 10 3.03 31 3.18 3.00 -.03 +75.1 ProQRTher Q PRQR 7.45 2.75 50 7.05 278 7.20 6.25 -.05 +118.6 PrUltDow s N DDM 50.80 32.43 677 44.29 3560 44.38 42.72 +1.94 sProUltMC s N MVV 45.43 32.29 33 44.54 257 45.43 44.09 +.26 sPrUltQQQ s N QLD 94.44 57.62 955 94.58 5595 94.92 90.70 +4.09 +29.0 ProUltSP s N SSO .40e .3 125.72 88.67 846 117.94 6742 118.28 115.46 +3.45 +7.8 PrUShCnG N SZK 17.35 12.80 0 14.94 3 14.94 14.60 +.18 +9.8 ProShtHY N SJB 23.91 22.90 119 22.96 822 23.04 22.92 -.06 -.7 Pro20 yrT N UBT 1.13e 1.4 86.90 69.88 2 78.05 51 78.05 77.04 -.08 -6.6 Pro7-10yrT N UST .42e .8 60.83 51.89 7 54.23 102 54.25 53.84 -.02 -5.5 PrUltBio s Q BIB 69.62 48.12 56 66.32 499 66.66 63.18 +2.37 +18.3 ProSShOG N DDG 27.58 20.60 21.51 0 -6.4 ProLCCre s N CSM .67e 1.0 71.46 59.68 37 69.43 142 69.56 68.63 +.79 +4.0 ProUltTl s N LTL 53.22 35.57 39.88 8 40.04 39.30 +1.57 -7.7 ProHdgRep N HDG 46.26 43.95 3 45.48 31 45.57 45.11 +.26 +.3 ProUltEM N EET 114.48 70.73 2 78.76 26 80.41 76.65 +1.49 -16.2 ProRafiLS N RALS .62e 1.7 38.19 35.85 0 36.31 5 36.57 36.26 -.11 -3.5 ProUSL7-10T N PST 23.82 20.50 16 22.68 204 22.83 22.68 +.01 +5.2 ProShtEafe N EFZ 27.83 23.78 89 25.87 147 26.24 25.72 -.07 +1.5 ProShtEM N EUM 20.90 16.23 328 18.84 3264 19.17 18.70 -.20 +5.0 ProUltEaf s N EFO 50.26 37.33 40.91 1 40.91 40.91 -.31 ProUEurop N UPV 66.95 50.57 2 54.64 2 54.67 54.64 -.07 -6.8 ProShtBM N SBM 20.23 16.90 17.35 1 17.50 17.35 +.07 -1.9 ProUltRE s N URE 68.58 50.79 4 67.01 57 68.06 66.48 -1.11 +1.6 ProUltFin s N UYG 47.86 33.38 45 41.76 323 42.55 41.29 +.69 ProShtRE N REK 17.94 15.33 2 15.40 13 15.59 15.36 +.04 -2.7 ProShtChi50 N YXI 23.26 16.42 5 19.85 30 20.30 19.69 -.29 +3.2 ProUltSem s N USD 54.11 27.45 28 45.06 159 47.36 44.12 -.55 ProUltUt s N UPW 54.09 37.86 1 47.17 32 49.13 45.16 -1.47 +.3sPrUltTech s N ROM 113.10 65.88 37 112.85 160 113.38 108.10 +4.78 +28.6 ProUltJpn s N EZJ 50.46 33.95 38.47 12 39.89 38.33 -.29 ProUltO&G N DIG .46e 1.1 47.42 28.35 62 43.75 303 45.93 42.63 +.50 +10.5 ProUltInd s N UXI 83.64 56.44 1 72.10 11 72.10 69.77 +2.75 -1.3 PrUltHCr s N RXL .63e .6 107.49 77.00 4 98.97 87 99.28 96.26 +3.18 +12.2 ProUCnsSv s N UCC 99.90 64.24 2 98.94 4 99.16 96.00 +3.87 +21.5 PrUCnsGd s N UGE 52.04 37.81 0 43.73 10 43.83 43.09 +.30 -10.8 ProUBasM N UYM .15e .2 82.75 56.75 12 69.25 43 71.53 68.25 +.34 -6.5 PrUlPR2K s N URTY 109.05 56.50 58 104.35 467 108.86 102.85 -1.62 +26.7 PUltM400 s N UMDD .03e 134.39 80.45 1 128.67 8 131.30 127.00 +1.65 +10.1sProUltSC s N SAA 124.72 75.95 1 122.47 6 124.72 121.19 -.13 +21.6 ProUPD30 s N UDOW 116.82 59.72 847 92.53 4684 92.83 87.78 +5.92 -1.9sPrUltPQ s Q TQQQ 65.12 32.52 8483 65.26 45853 65.63 61.29 +4.18 +41.1sProUlR2K s N UWM 86.27 54.70 76 83.84 524 86.27 83.03 -.81 +18.7 ProSht20Tr N TBF 23.81 21.58 105 22.44 1502 22.59 22.41 +.01 +2.6 PUltSP500 s N UPRO 57.48 34.16 3146 51.10 16306 51.33 49.50 +2.18 ProUChin50 N XPP 113.86 59.83 2 70.78 41 71.99 67.61 +1.77 -15.6 PrUSSilv s N ZSL 40.09 27.80 12 35.72 51 35.99 33.99 +.85 +13.8 PUVixST rs N UVXY 45.62 8.52 25710 9.61 138941 10.55 9.56 -1.38 -5.9 ProVixST rs N VIXY 46.84 21.24 1580 25.92 9860 27.62 25.86 -2.36 +12.0 PS ShCrd rs N OILD 120.16 31.56 35.52 PS Crde n N OILU 64.70 16.71 293 55.07 1525 63.93 51.54 -5.31 +47.9sPrUCrude rs N UCO 34.79 13.38 2517 31.59 13862 34.79 30.23 -1.84 +34.8tPrUltYen rs N YCL 65.77 56.00 3 56.03 7 57.69 56.00 -2.02 -2.5 PVixMTFut N VIXM 28.24 19.88 9 21.18 109 22.10 21.17 -1.23 +.1tPrUltSilv N AGQ 39.51 28.43 160 28.52 745 30.02 28.33 -.84 -15.7 PrUltShN s N KOLD 52.12 30.06 15 43.21 106 43.56 40.92 +2.61 +9.0 ProUShGld N GLL 80.66 63.08 8 76.78 46 76.95 73.90 +1.67 +11.1 PrSUShAus N CROC 51.30 42.20 50.31 2 50.85 49.58 +.28 +10.0 PrUltShYen N YCS 76.95 64.93 22 75.72 57 76.00 73.39 +2.58 +1.0 ProSUltGold N UGL 44.38 35.62 16 35.92 115 37.28 35.68 -.80 -11.7 ProShtVx s N SVXY 139.47 9.53 6439 13.77 43148 13.80 13.35 +.53 -89.3tPrUShCrd s N SCO 47.44 14.69 1697 16.02 11488 16.74 14.69 +.74 -34.8 ProShtEuro N EUFX 42.23 38.37 41.62 3 41.62 41.22 +.09 +4.1 ProUltEuro N ULE 18.97 15.76 22 16.05 56 16.33 15.94 -.23 -8.1 ProUShEuro N EUO 23.33 19.46 64 22.80 301 22.99 22.43 +.25 +7.5 ProctGam N PG 2.87 3.6 21 94.67 70.73 6010 79.31 45828 79.94 77.78 -13.7 ProDvrs h rs Q IPDN 6.74 2.45 2 3.52 150 4.46 3.51 -.38 -13.9 ProfirEng Q PFIE 1 5.30 1.19 970 3.70 3816 3.86 3.51 +.17 +92.7 PrognicsPh Q PGNX 9.12 4.60 801 8.32 3929 8.61 8.23 -.18 +39.8 ProgrsSoft Q PRGS .56 1.4 33 53.60 31.17 326 38.72 1712 39.73 37.84 +.40 -9.0 ProgsvCp N PGR .69e 1.2 30 64.77 43.59 3121 58.44 15776 60.29 58.30 -.75 +3.8 Proofpoint Q PFPT 130.27 82.61 471 126.09 3003 126.89 116.49 +6.93 +42.0sProsHldg N PRO 39.40 21.36 105 39.44 857 39.45 38.11 +.29 +49.1tProShtQQQ N PSQ 40.45 30.36 684 30.32 4373 30.97 30.28 -.71 -14.8 ProShSP rs N SH 33.63 28.14 2409 28.46 14364 28.78 28.43 -.43 -5.7 PrUShSP rs N SDS 51.12 35.66 4064 35.98 23637 36.78 35.90 -1.10 -12.4tPUShtMdC N MZZ 24.14 16.21 0 16.42 5 16.55 16.21 -.38 -12.4tPrShRs2K rs N SRTY 49.09 21.71 295 22.62 2295 22.96 21.71 +.28 -30.1tPShtQQQ rs Q SQQQ 32.24 12.52 11895 12.49 72415 13.33 12.43 -.91 -41.9 PrUShD3 rs N SDOW 31.52 15.67 2161 17.10 14557 18.05 17.04 -1.22 -12.3 PUltShtF rs N FINZ 13.97 6.47 3 8.09 30 8.22 7.77 -.31 -.2 PrSUlhGM rs N GDXS 18.16 12.07 3 14.72 21 14.79 13.73 +.72 +5.2 ProUShL20 N TBT 39.86 32.99 1476 35.22 8278 35.75 35.16 -.01 +4.3tPrShR2K rs N RWM 48.41 37.50 199 38.00 1182 38.22 37.50 +.14 -10.1 PrUShCnS rs N SCC 30.80 19.05 19.20 5 19.56 19.17 -.61 -20.7 PrUShRE rs N SRS 37.33 26.99 7 27.49 100 27.70 27.02 +.43 -6.0tPUShtR2K N TWM 22.96 13.54 532 13.92 4108 14.06 13.54 +.11 -20.3tPrUShtSC N SDD 21.13 11.91 0 12.21 2 12.25 11.91 -.28 -21.8 PUShChi50 rs N FXP 101.88 49.48 59.72 PS DecRt n N EMTY 38.59 30.50 0 32.11 13 32.40 31.39 +.67 -4.1 PUShtIndl N SIJ 21.83 14.55 0 15.90 35 16.37 15.85 -.62 -5.6sPS OnlSt n N CLIX 51.21 37.63 42 50.99 142 51.21 49.84 +.83 +29.7tPrShtSmC N SBB 39.75 30.27 30.27 4 30.41 30.27 -1.00 -11.7 ProS Ris n Q EQRR 51.48 38.13 3 48.72 12 49.31 48.56 +.33 +4.4tPUPShtMC N SMDD 15.02 8.08 4 8.28 8 8.29 8.08 -.47 -17.5 PrSh K1 n N OILK 27.25 17.12 89 26.07 100 27.15 25.40 -.74 +20.4 PUShtEur N EPV 36.94 26.83 6 30.99 43 31.72 30.51 -.06 PUShtJpn N EWV 33.94 22.75 1 27.55 11 28.25 27.10 -.33 +4.2 ProSPDvA N NOBL 1.00e 1.6 67.98 57.14 145 63.85 1394 63.92 62.98 +.88 -.3 PrUlNBio rs Q UBIO 46.35 25.80 28 41.35 243 41.78 38.65 +2.18 +22.9 PUltShEafe N EFU 26.60 19.90 0 23.44 17 23.54 23.05 +.04 +2.8 PrUGMin rs N GDXX 50.96 33.56 1 35.97 10 39.20 35.97 -2.21 -14.5 PrUltBra rs N UBR 107.88 44.12 1 52.60 10 53.00 49.35 +1.99 -32.6 PrSht20yTr N TTT 31.13 25.65 33 25.75 241 26.34 25.71 -.02 -3.2 ProGblInf N TOLZ 1.63e 3.9 44.51 39.30 14 42.32 37 42.53 41.99 -.30 -1.3 PUltShOG N DUG 53.46 28.56 48 30.10 479 30.84 28.73 -.43 -18.7 PS MngdF N FUT 40.60 39.00 40.02 4 -.6 PrGPrEq bt A PEX 1.53e 4.2 43.52 34.68 3 36.46 13 36.65 36.30 +.05 +1.8 ProEurDiv N EUDV .15p 44.13 39.91 0 43.02 4 43.02 42.03 +.61 +3.0 PHYIntH bt A HYHG 3.16 4.7 70.99 65.87 10 67.03 46 67.30 66.40 +.42 -.3 ProSPxTch N SPXT .23p 55.03 48.02 52.88 0 52.88 52.88 +.46 +1.1 ProSPxHC N SPXV .24p 59.27 50.19 58.50 1 58.54 58.37 +.80 +7.5 ProMerger N MRGR .12e .3 36.45 34.73 0 36.21 6 36.21 36.09 +.36 -.1 ProSPxEgy N SPXE .22p 59.30 44.29 56.54 +.1 PrUltPFn N FINU .29e .3 134.30 65.55 18 88.15 97 92.34 85.65 +2.84 -16.4 PrIGIntH bt A IGHG 2.15 2.9 78.88 72.76 54 74.50 429 75.00 73.76 +.65 -3.3 ProSht7-10y N TBX 29.77 27.55 5 29.02 38 29.14 29.02 +.01 +2.5 ProUHome N HBU 20.75 PrSPMCDv N REGL .65e 1.2 56.00 49.97 39 55.23 92 55.88 55.15 -.28 +1.3sProSR2KDv N SMDV .47e 58.99 51.18 20 58.13 131 58.99 58.02 -.79 +5.3 PSSTEm bt A EMSH 4.88e 6.6 79.67 73.54 73.96 0 -3.8 PrUShtUtl N SDP 31.15 22.19 4 23.85 25 25.18 23.75 +.42 -5.5tPrUltShtTc N REW 22.91 11.69 1 11.73 29 12.39 11.65 -.48 -28.8 PrUShtFn N SKF 27.17 18.61 42 20.09 120 20.31 19.56 -.32 -3.9tProUShBio Q BIS 25.21 16.75 12 16.69 161 17.52 16.60 -.63 -24.3 ProMornAlt N ALTS .38e 1.0 39.08 36.94 3 37.75 6 37.94 37.67 -.01 -.7 Pro30BEI N RINF .58e 2.0 29.48 26.85 0 28.97 4 29.09 28.85 -.01 +4.5 PS EMkDv N EMDV 64.49 52.00 2 56.45 12 56.68 56.16 +.51 -3.7 ProCdNASh A WYDE 33.50 32.10 32.40 1 32.40 32.40 -.13 ProspctCap Q PSEC .72 10.8 8 8.37 5.51 763 6.67 3552 6.74 6.66 -.05 -1.0tProsCap 24 N PBB 1.56 6.2 26.50 25.16 15 25.18 80 25.52 25.15 -.22 -2.8 ProspBcsh N PB 1.44 2.1 17 79.20 55.84 287 67.78 1421 70.75 67.36 -.53 -3.3 ProtagTh n Q PTGX 23.97 5.50 83 7.45 624 7.79 6.87 +.46 -64.2 Protalix A PLX .92 .38 249 .45 2236 .48 .39 +.01 -32.1 ProteonTh Q PRTO 2.90 1.25 22 2.70 55 2.70 2.60 +.05 +42.1 Proteos n Q PTI 8.61 1.41 191 2.85 969 2.94 2.78 -.08 -51.1 Prothena Q PRTA 70.00 10.43 342 14.94 2166 15.33 14.49 -.08 -60.1 ProtoLabs N PRLB 67 136.40 66.85 136 128.90 686 132.10 123.85 +4.80 +25.1sProvidSv Q PRSC 19 83.90 48.25 124 72.78 770 83.90 72.28 -9.87 +22.6 ProvidBc n Q PVBC 29.60 19.75 5 27.05 17 28.55 26.15 -.90 +2.3 ProvFnH Q PROV .56 3.0 20 20.00 17.62 6 18.89 35 19.24 18.45 -.30 +2.7 ProvidFS N PFS .80 2.9 19 29.12 23.26 100 27.27 571 28.36 27.27 -.81 +1.1 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 15 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 65

PrudntlBcp Q PBIP .20 1.0 97 19.87 15.81 3 19.30 29 19.84 19.12 -.17 +9.7 Prudentl N PRU 3.60 3.8 10 127.14 92.05 1300 95.07 9453 98.20 94.42 +.22 -17.3 Prudentl18 N PFK .65 2.6 25.82 24.92 24.99 -.4 PrudFn 52 N PJH 1.44 5.6 26.45 24.90 26 25.84 185 26.09 25.76 -.17 +2.3 PrudtlF 53 N PRH 1.43 5.6 26.41 24.90 23 25.47 168 25.67 25.41 -.05 +.7 PruUK pf N PUKp 1.69 6.4 27.17 25.66 10 26.29 43 26.59 26.23 -.30 +.4 PruUK pfA N PUKpA 1.63 6.1 27.21 25.47 11 26.47 74 26.88 26.43 -.38 +1.5 Prud UK N PUK 1.49e 3.3 55.36 45.09 114 45.81 789 47.62 45.38 -.92 -9.8 PsychmCp Q PMD .72f 3.6 19 27.99 15.99 3 20.05 42 20.10 18.84 +.66 -2.5 PSEG N PEG 1.80 3.5 18 54.50 41.67 3519 52.04 16182 53.32 50.86 -1.23 +1.0 PubStrg N PSA 6.80 3.0 25 234.90 180.48 501 228.08 4052 232.39 226.86 -4.13 +9.1sPubSt pfU N PSApU 1.41 5.6 25.55 24.59 8 25.32 63 25.55 25.21 -.17 +.7 PubSt pfV N PSApV 1.34 5.3 25.67 23.63 33 25.08 198 25.29 24.99 -.21 -.5 PubSt pfW N PSApW 1.30 5.2 25.67 22.92 24 24.88 163 25.28 24.76 -.35 -.4 PubSt pfX N PSApX 1.30 5.2 25.79 22.93 9 24.97 43 25.32 24.92 -.31 -.1 PubSt pfY N PSApY 1.59 6.0 27.83 25.72 16 26.47 74 26.60 26.25 -.10 -.5 PubSt pfZ N PSApZ 1.50 5.7 27.56 25.38 6 26.40 79 26.64 26.25 -.20 -.2 PubSt pfG N PSApG 25.63 22.49 8 24.98 118 25.24 24.87 -.17 +.1 PubSt pfF N PSApF 1.29 5.1 25.69 22.00 14 25.15 140 25.37 25.00 -.14 +.5 PubSt pfE N PSApE 1.23 5.0 25.48 22.29 32 24.53 155 24.69 24.27 -1.4 PubSt pfD N PSApD 1.24 5.0 25.41 22.39 23 24.96 153 25.15 24.80 -.05 -.2 PubSt pfC N PSApC 26.45 23.05 14 25.18 73 25.48 25.10 -.05 -1.1 PubSt pfB N PSApB 26.69 23.90 16 25.70 85 26.14 25.69 -.19 PubSt pfA N PSApA 1.47 5.6 27.79 25.32 10 26.23 76 26.29 26.03 +.04 -1.1 Pulmatrix Q PULM 2.67 .41 583 .55 3006 .59 .50 -.01 -61.0 PulseBio n Q PLSE 34.82 9.81 25 14.81 359 15.60 14.02 -.59 -37.2 PulteGrp N PHM .36 1.2 17 35.21 23.81 2333 29.65 17555 29.85 29.06 +.34 -10.8 PumaBiotc Q PBYI 136.90 47.00 812 53.70 3555 60.95 53.00 -6.15 -45.7 PureAcq n Q PACQ 9.75 9.59 9.62 61 9.63 9.59 -.01 -.7 PureAcq un Q PACQU 10.35 10.08 10.25 32 10.26 10.25 +1.3sPureCycle Q PCYO 10.45 6.55 81 10.65 229 10.72 9.85 +.55 +27.5 PureStrg n N PSTG 25.62 11.99 2155 24.17 11594 24.86 23.38 -.24 +52.4 PurplInv n Q PRPL 13.90 6.33 23 7.86 297 8.83 7.25 -.64 -21.8sPutHiInSec N PCF .37 3.9 9.55 8.60 70 9.47 251 9.55 9.43 +.03 +5.0 PMMI N PMM .44 6.1 7.72 6.89 165 7.10 704 7.11 6.99 +.10 -4.2tPMIIT N PIM .31 6.8 4.89 4.54 263 4.57 859 4.59 4.54 -4.2 PMOT N PMO .71 6.1 12.85 11.44 46 11.63 376 11.64 11.51 +.03 -5.8 PPrIT N PPT .31 6.0 5.68 5.05 322 5.20 1941 5.26 5.16 -.04 -2.4 Puxin n N NEW 35.00 17.00 191 20.24 1781 20.97 18.75 +1.20 -3.6 PyxisTnkr Q PXS 36 12.22 .95 50 1.08 237 1.10 1.04 +.03 -66.6 PzenaInv N PZN .41e 4.5 20 13.15 8.61 33 9.06 196 9.90 8.76 -.55 -15.1 Q2 Hldgs N QTWO 63.55 31.95 141 61.80 1034 62.10 59.21 +1.30 +67.7 QAD Inc B Q QADB .24 .6 44.24 21.58 39.76 1 41.91 39.76 +1.49 +29.0 QAD A Q QADA .29 .6 55.35 30.20 18 51.30 158 53.00 49.40 +.55 +32.0 QCR Hld Q QCRH .24 .5 19 50.00 39.85 27 48.00 170 49.55 47.95 -.90 +12.0sQEP Res N QEP .08 .6 36 13.77 7.02 2933 12.75 21574 13.77 12.62 -.13 +33.2 QIAGEN N QGEN 41 37.61 30.20 519 37.10 5901 37.59 36.79 +.17 +19.9 QIWI plc Q QIWI .84e 5.2 16 24.32 13.67 56 16.23 394 16.80 16.00 -.41 -6.3 QTS RltTr N QTS 1.64 4.0 37 61.55 31.58 430 40.98 3000 42.77 40.87 -.84 -24.3 Qorvo Q QRVO 97 86.84 63.97 626 81.37 4036 83.41 80.05 -.16 +22.2 QuadGrph N QUAD 1.20 5.8 10 31.29 17.73 150 20.73 870 21.89 20.44 -.70 -8.3 QuakerCh N KWR 1.48f .9 32 165.93 129.98 26 159.37 147 164.91 158.21 -1.66 +5.7 Qualcom Q QCOM 2.48 4.2 69.28 48.56 5266 58.39 35079 58.78 56.74 +.55 -8.8 QuaCare N QCP 22.91 12.25 584 20.35 5218 20.75 20.35 -.24 +47.4 QualitySys Q QSII .70 3.5 32 21.10 12.24 225 19.79 1507 21.02 19.68 -1.08 +45.7 Qualstar rs Q QBAK 13.50 5.26 17 7.60 101 7.92 7.42 -.01 -9.5 Qualys Q QLYS 92 97.75 39.45 218 93.35 1252 95.45 87.30 +4.05 +57.3 QuanexBld N NX .16 .9 22 24.60 16.25 58 17.50 772 18.70 17.45 -1.10 -25.2 QuantaSvc N PWR 23 40.11 32.19 992 33.68 7307 34.35 33.30 -.16 -13.9 Quantenn n Q QTNA 20.72 9.60 169 16.12 1135 17.00 16.04 -.40 +32.1 Quanterx n Q QTRX 24.81 13.53 53 15.02 314 15.51 14.53 -.11 -30.0tQntmDSS rs N QTM 24 8.66 1.87 440 1.94 1194 2.17 1.76 -.18 -65.5 Qu Insp100 n N BIBL 29.74 25.14 15 27.16 105 27.54 26.92 +.27 +4.1 QnForSm n N FFSG 27.15 24.51 7 26.70 38 26.77 26.50 +.11 +3.5 QnForTcG n N FFTG 26.55 24.19 6 25.08 280 25.27 24.71 -.05 -1.9 MainSecR n N SECT 29.56 24.41 90 28.65 540 28.76 28.37 +.27 +4.8 InspCpBd n N IBD 28.29 24.07 13 24.43 21 24.52 24.28 +.08 -3.1 QuaInsp n N ISMD 29.95 23.78 67 29.16 158 29.43 29.05 -.03 +10.3 QuaInsLg n N BLES 30.44 26.06 44 28.33 64 28.65 28.09 +.21 -.4 FormInco n N FFTI 27.57 23.70 36 24.11 177 24.12 23.84 +.10 -3.4 FrmHdGr n N FFHG 29.49 24.03 10 28.89 41 29.13 28.69 +.23 +4.9 QuanReal n N QXRR 26.19 23.44 0 24.50 1 24.90 24.50 -.44 -3.1 QuanDyn n N XUSA 30.05 25.12 29.87 0 29.87 29.87 -.18 +6.9 QuanMulT n N QXTR 26.83 24.56 1 26.23 10 26.23 26.11 -.11 +.8 QuanMulIn n N QXMI 26.53 24.73 1 25.36 2 25.41 25.35 +.17 -1.3 QuanGrw n N QXGG 29.10 25.68 2 28.50 10 28.74 28.12 +.07 +2.6tQuartrhill g Q QTRH .05 3 2.12 1.04 70 1.05 433 1.11 1.04 -.05 -42.9 Qudian n N QD 56 34.91 7.64 1131 8.43 9220 8.79 7.70 -.14 -32.8 QstDiag N DGX 2.00f 1.7 22 116.49 90.10 677 114.95 4662 115.43 110.14 +4.46 +16.7 QuestRes rs Q QRHC 2.91 1.03 16 1.89 103 2.02 1.84 -.09 -17.8 QuickLog h Q QUIK 2.22 1.05 253 1.11 1175 1.22 1.08 -.06 -36.2sQuidel Q QDEL 71.00 26.80 107 69.17 1024 71.00 67.36 -.76 +59.6 QuinStreet Q QNST 15.05 3.36 252 14.50 2282 15.03 13.89 -.24 +73.0 QuintEn n N QES 10.67 7.10 13 8.34 104 8.89 8.13 +.13 -7.3 Qumu Cp Q QUMU 3.28 1.42 32 2.68 223 2.92 2.17 +.33 +13.1 QuormHl n N QHC 10.00 2.91 178 4.42 1082 5.20 4.30 -.53 -29.2 Quotinet Q QTNT 9.02 2.78 249 7.96 1690 8.39 7.75 -.19 +60.8 QuotientTc N QUOT 17.85 10.35 120 14.10 1725 14.60 13.95 +20.0 QuratRet A Q QRTEA 20 29.11 20.15 1763 21.95 11031 22.14 21.51 +.06 -10.1 QuratRet B Q QRTEB 22 28.90 20.32 0 21.69 1 21.69 21.69 +.79 -11.6 Qwest 54 N CTV 1.72 7.5 26.37 20.64 23 22.97 143 23.00 22.77 +.03 -2.4 Qwest 9-51 N CTW 1.88 7.4 25.89 24.20 16 25.46 58 25.46 25.13 +.12 +1.1 Qwest 4-52 N CTX 1.75 7.4 25.95 21.27 43 23.50 329 23.53 23.25 +.16 -1.1 Qwest 7-52 N CTU 1.75 7.5 25.79 21.36 25 23.44 162 23.53 23.19 +.06 -1.3 Qwest53 N CTY 1.53 7.3 25.57 18.66 16 20.91 217 20.98 20.75 -.07 -5.0 Qwest 25 N CTZ 1.66 7.4 25.96 20.17 5 22.35 89 22.46 22.28 -.05 -1.3 Qwest 56 N CTAA 27.37 21.51 11 24.56 59 25.00 24.51 -.25 -.6 Qwest57 n N CTDD 25.97 20.51 24 22.64 190 22.66 22.50 +.02 -1.0 Qwest56 n N CTBB 25.60 19.86 39 22.11 211 22.31 22.04 -.07 -1.8R -:R1 RCM n Q RCM 9.40 3.05 1064 8.52 4656 9.31 8.17 -.40 +93.2 RAIT pfB N RASpB 2.09 24.1 23.39 6.21 8.66 -31.2 RAITFn 19 N RFTA 1.78 8.6 25.21 16.60 20.66 -8.2 RBB Bcp n Q RBB .36f 1.1 33.62 21.26 29 31.89 173 33.09 31.31 -.79 +16.5 RBC Bear Q ROLL 45 139.95 100.23 94 135.38 384 136.33 130.00 +2.29 +7.1 RCI Hosp Q RICK .12 .4 12 33.78 21.91 25 31.54 199 32.70 31.26 -.57 +12.7 RCM Q RCMT 1.00e 23 7.50 4.63 4 4.76 48 4.89 4.70 -.14 -23.8 RELX NV s N RENX .45e 2.0 23.30 19.96 64 22.45 264 22.48 21.80 +.56 -2.7 RELX plc s N RELX .54e 2.4 24.03 20.31 154 22.73 775 22.77 22.16 +.46 -4.1 RF Inds Q RFIL .08 1.0 18 8.95 1.75 66 7.75 339 7.85 7.10 +.50 +187.0 RGC Res s Q RGCO .62 2.1 34 31.57 22.16 5 29.49 35 30.74 28.95 -1.05 +8.9 RH N RH 51 164.49 44.00 1928 143.20 5692 145.47 128.20 +7.44 +66.1 RLI Corp N RLI .88f 1.3 28 69.74 50.34 57 67.89 504 68.91 67.48 +.31 +11.9 RLJ Ent rs Q RLJE 5.37 2.67 26 4.57 47 4.60 4.40 +.08 +24.2 RLJ LodgT N RLJ 1.32 5.9 12 23.97 18.68 967 22.47 3898 22.84 21.92 -.23 +2.3 RLJ Lod pfA N RLJpA .49 1.9 28.85 25.23 8 26.39 153 26.87 26.32 -.20 -2.3 RMG Net rs Q RMGN 2.96 .75 36 1.20 111 1.20 1.18 +.02 +46.3 RMR Gp h Q RMR 1.00 1.2 47 83.20 42.36 22 80.30 207 82.00 78.35 -.75 +35.4 RPC N RES .40 2.6 20 27.07 13.55 2106 15.13 9189 16.01 14.27 -.11 -40.7sRPM N RPM 1.28 2.1 21 60.91 46.36 1036 60.81 6870 61.01 59.38 +.36 +16.0 RSP Perm N RSPP 83 51.51 28.76 1367 47.33 5975 47.86 45.14 +2.21 +16.3 RTI Surg Q RTIX 6.00 3.85 97 4.70 561 4.95 4.70 -.08 +14.6 RXI Phm rs Q RXII 7.70 1.78 50 1.98 1716 2.35 1.80 +.01 -64.4 RYB Edu n N RYB 31.80 15.50 208 21.18 960 22.32 19.11 +2.09 +25.5 RaPhrm n Q RARX 17.90 4.78 198 11.18 1201 12.17 9.59 +.68 +31.5 RadNet Q RDNT 92 15.50 7.45 92 14.75 561 15.35 14.70 -.60 +46.0 RadaElc rs Q RADA 3.86 1.77 60 3.07 568 3.11 2.96 +.07 -.3 Radcom Q RDCM 55 22.45 17.00 33 20.30 192 20.70 19.65 +.55 +2.3 RadiSys Q RSYS 3.11 .53 339 1.57 7435 1.59 1.51 +.06 +56.2 RadianGrp N RDN .01 .1 9 23.49 14.06 1083 16.02 5999 17.17 15.95 -.60 -22.3 RadiantLog A RLGT 71 5.55 3.46 106 4.25 1202 4.25 3.98 +.25 -7.6 RadLog pfA A RLGTpA 2.44 9.3 27.35 25.27 2 26.10 9 26.10 25.93 +.12 +.9 RadiusHlth Q RDUS 49.16 24.66 955 29.27 3927 30.54 27.98 +.41 -7.9sRadware Q RDWR 27.28 15.82 431 27.58 1801 27.84 25.90 +1.59 +42.2 RafaelHl n A RFL 10.31 3.05 37 9.48 270 9.88 8.92 +.56 +93.5 RLauren N RL 2.50f 2.0 18 145.94 70.57 732 127.55 4140 129.76 125.53 +1.13 +23.0 RamacoRs n Q METC 9.35 3.81 112 6.66 884 6.92 6.21 -.19 -3.2 Rambus Q RMBS 15.50 11.85 573 12.56 2876 13.06 12.56 -.14 -11.7 RamcoG N RPT .88 6.8 10 15.00 11.15 335 12.87 2590 13.44 12.85 -.53 -12.6 RamcG pfD N RPTpD 3.63 6.9 58.62 47.86 7 52.50 73 53.03 52.41 -.58 -8.9 RandCap Q RAND 3 3.50 2.40 1 2.52 8 2.65 2.52 -.09 -16.4tRandgold Q GOLD 2.00f 2.8 29 108.29 72.75 427 72.08 2253 76.85 71.91 -3.97 -27.1 RandBcp n Q RNDB 17.45 13.36 0 16.65 17 16.70 16.30 +.25 +8.4 RangeRs N RRC .08 .5 18 22.92 11.93 3502 16.40 26914 17.83 16.14 -.67 -3.9 RngrEnS n N RNGR 15.70 6.88 13 10.70 53 10.78 10.22 +.38 +15.9 Rapid7 n Q RPD 33.92 14.75 564 31.65 1464 31.99 28.88 +1.77 +69.6 RaveRest Q RAVE 2.33 1.09 13 1.39 138 1.41 1.24 +.01 -5.0 RavenInds Q RAVN .52 1.3 1 42.40 26.70 50 39.35 312 40.40 39.00 -.57 +14.6 RJamesFn N RJF .88f .9 19 102.17 74.14 1048 93.00 4198 93.27 90.13 +3.32 +4.4 RayAdvM N RYAM .28 1.6 23 22.96 12.68 381 17.62 2835 18.26 17.56 -.02 -13.8 RayAdv pfA N RYAMpA 2.00 1.6 157.11 100.00 126.18 21 128.62 126.18 +.06 -12.4 Rayonier N RYN 1.08f 2.8 41 39.73 27.71 720 38.19 3594 39.50 38.17 -1.22 +20.7 Raytheon N RTN 3.47 1.7 29 229.75 165.14 1521 199.75 7856 199.90 193.40 +7.05 +6.8tReShape rs Q RSLS 78.00 1.32 426 1.55 13558 3.20 1.32 -.63 -93.0 ReadIntlA Q RDI 12 17.50 14.37 10 16.01 92 16.29 15.95 -.15 -4.1 ReadgIntB Q RDIB 19 27.88 19.00 1 25.37 10 26.53 25.00 -1.12 +10.3tRealGSol rs Q RGSE 3.25 .33 2810 .34 26958 .44 .33 -.07 -77.3 RealNetwk Q RNWK 5.00 2.63 23 3.60 152 3.91 3.53 -.07 +5.3 RealityETF N DIVY .46p 28.89 25.50 12 26.92 133 27.00 26.80 +.10 +3.3 RltDvcDiv N LEAD 34.32 28.20 2 33.21 21 33.25 32.89 +.39 +3.9 RealDivc n N DFND 28.60 25.12 2 27.50 6 27.58 27.37 +.24 +.9 RealDivG n N GARD 26.84 21.91 29 25.43 30 25.43 25.26 +.36 +1.8 Rl NxtEc n Q BLCN 25.05 21.69 27 23.05 121 23.15 22.72 +.36 -4.9tRealitCh n Q BCNA 24.47 21.93 0 22.32 5 22.93 21.93 -.15 -7.8 Realogy N RLGY .27p 1.2 15 35.18 22.28 967 23.22 5791 23.74 22.95 -.07 -12.4 RealPage Q RP 75 61.95 36.15 262 57.45 1618 58.75 56.10 +.95 +29.7 RltyInco N O 2.53 4.6 31 60.05 47.25 910 55.15 6700 55.81 54.50 -.43 -3.3 ReataPh n Q RETA 43.69 19.31 358 42.20 1215 42.43 37.40 +4.82 +49.0 ReavesUtl A UTG 1.82 6.2 36.73 27.13 174 29.42 1021 29.87 29.33 -.04 -4.9 ReconTech Q RCON 5.36 .64 709 1.62 1271 1.74 1.40 +.12 +24.6 RecroPhm Q REPH 13.05 4.78 77 5.52 504 5.55 5.24 +.16 -40.3 RedHat N RHT 81 177.70 95.88 2100 147.63 15028 150.74 137.10 +10.71 +22.9 RedLionH N RLH 12.70 6.15 28 11.70 204 11.79 11.25 +.30 +18.8 RedRobin Q RRGB 28 70.10 45.70 213 49.10 1179 50.05 47.90 +.75 -12.9sRedRkRs n Q RRR .40 1.1 36.90 21.41 226 36.57 2726 36.99 34.78 +2.12 +8.4 RedViolt n Q RDVT 46.40 4.35 24 8.04 391 9.58 7.95 -1.27 -82.7 Redfin n Q RDFN 33.49 19.18 355 23.52 3677 24.05 22.35 +.54 -24.9 RedhillBio Q RDHL 11.25 4.30 487 10.68 1104 11.10 9.34 +1.38 +107.8 RedwdTr N RWT 1.20f 7.2 12 17.45 14.29 165 16.57 1833 16.82 16.50 -.20 +11.8 Reeds A REED 3.10 1.30 39 2.70 164 2.80 2.60 -.05 +74.2 RegalBel N RBC 1.12f 1.4 15 87.50 67.84 165 82.45 1147 83.45 80.30 +2.20 +7.6 RgcyCtrs N REG 2.22f 3.6 22 70.64 54.87 658 61.22 4966 62.42 61.08 -1.14 -11.5 Regenrn Q REGN 28 526.12 281.89 546 367.64 3859 374.84 359.34 -1.95 -2.2sRegnxBio n Q RGNX 56 85.10 17.60 658 77.35 3218 85.10 74.50 -1.95 +132.6 RegHlthPr A RHE 4 1.14 .16 963 .25 3066 .29 .22 -.01 +45.3 RegHlt pfA A RHEpA 2.72 90.4 22.90 2.10 1 3.01 44 3.28 2.55 +.31 -62.4 RegnlMgt N RM 15 37.21 21.47 34 35.09 176 36.31 34.95 -.12 +33.4 RegionsFn N RF .36 2.1 16 20.21 13.03 19406 17.21 62500 18.17 17.07 -.38 -.4 Regions pfA N RFpA 1.59 6.2 25.89 25.23 36 25.49 384 25.78 25.45 -.33 +.6 Regns pfB N RFpB 1.59 5.8 29.82 26.40 35 27.65 162 27.95 27.39 -.35 -2.7 Regis Cp N RGS 18.63 9.40 118 17.55 814 17.77 16.90 +.70 +14.3tRegulusTh Q RGLS 1.52 .30 1774 .30 9805 .39 .29 -.05 -71.2 ReinsGrp N RGA 2.00f 1.5 12 165.12 126.62 322 136.40 1771 139.74 134.36 +.57 -12.5 ReinsGp42 N RZA 1.55 5.6 30.06 26.54 21 27.75 182 28.68 27.59 -.79 +.8 ReinsG56 n N RZB 1.44 5.5 29.86 25.33 12 26.05 90 26.35 25.97 -.28 -6.9sReis Inc Q REIS .76 3.2 24.00 15.95 16 23.85 89 24.00 22.90 +.60 +15.5 RelStlAl N RS 2.00 2.2 20 97.41 68.46 317 89.99 1867 92.59 88.42 +1.67 +4.9 ReliantBcp Q RBNC .32 1.1 28 29.99 21.90 7 28.04 99 29.70 27.97 -1.60 +9.4 Reliv In rs Q RELV 13.77 3.72 11 4.93 38 5.07 4.71 +.05 +3.3 RemarkHld Q MARK 15.10 2.12 260 4.07 1251 4.37 3.75 +.14 -58.2 RemaxHld N RMAX .80f 1.4 63 67.50 43.85 70 56.05 566 56.77 54.85 +1.00 +15.6 RenaisIPO N IPO .02e .1 31.67 24.82 3 30.74 16 30.88 30.19 +.43 +9.0 RenIntIPO N IPOS .24e 1.1 27.06 21.37 22.67 1 22.67 22.67 +.37 -7.0 RenaisRe N RNR 1.32 1.1 152.00 116.50 158 122.19 1087 125.04 121.37 +.87 -2.7 RenRe prE N RNRpE 1.34 5.5 25.98 23.45 22 24.47 124 24.69 24.40 -.03 -2.7 RenRe prC N RNRpC 1.52 5.9 26.05 25.05 3 25.59 15 25.60 25.37 +.15 +.3 Renasant Q RNST .80f 1.8 19 49.78 37.68 157 44.70 888 47.56 44.67 -1.93 +9.3 ReneSola rs N SOL 3.79 2.12 13 2.50 103 2.58 2.48 -.01 -6.0 RenewEn Q REGI 5 18.45 9.50 429 17.30 1952 17.70 17.05 +.10 +46.6 RenminTi rs Q ABAC 4.76 1.90 2 2.35 130 2.77 2.26 -.34 -20.3 RennFund A RCG 2.20 1.13 7 1.71 54 1.75 1.60 +.09 +13.8 Renren rs N RENN 3.19 .55 427 2.45 2084 2.49 2.37 +.05 +159.3 RentACt Q RCII .32 2.2 25 14.94 7.22 815 14.75 5148 14.87 14.72 -.07 +32.9 Replgn Q RGEN 68 49.23 29.56 111 47.86 1322 49.21 47.55 -1.09 +31.9 RepBncp Q RBCAA .97 2.1 18 47.98 33.17 7 46.05 54 47.14 44.44 -.02 +21.1 RepFBcp Q FRBK 56 9.80 7.79 96 7.85 983 8.10 7.80 -.10 -7.1sRepubSvc N RSG 1.38 2.0 32 70.50 60.26 1167 70.14 5982 70.55 68.72 +1.31 +3.7 resTORbi n Q TORC 21.10 7.55 116 9.15 2157 10.51 8.20 +.22 -45.8 RschFrnt Q REFR 1.46 .60 12 .83 149 .95 .81 -.09 -20.2sResMed N RMD 1.40 1.3 53 109.21 71.29 458 109.12 3172 109.63 104.66 +2.30 +28.8 ResolEn rs N REN 38.64 23.64 815 33.91 2796 36.38 33.32 +.36 +7.8 ResoluteF N RFP 12.15 4.20 562 11.25 1849 11.35 10.05 +.90 +1.8 Resonant Q RESN 8.55 3.17 259 5.08 1327 5.54 4.81 -.23 -32.0 ResConn Q RECN .48 2.7 28 17.95 12.05 82 17.50 588 17.70 17.05 +.40 +13.3 RestBrnds N QSR 1.80 2.8 20 68.89 53.09 1324 63.48 7416 64.39 60.90 +2.59 +3.3 RestorRob n Q HAIR 11.95 2.61 85 3.22 494 3.39 2.95 -.03 -30.0 RetailOpp Q ROIC .78 4.1 56 20.78 16.18 424 19.13 3653 19.54 19.05 -.37 -4.1 RetailProp N RPAI .66 5.1 12 13.78 10.84 1073 12.83 7291 13.07 12.68 -.23 -4.5sRetailVal n N RVI 38.00 30.06 174 36.00 2585 38.00 35.74 +1.55 +11.2 RetoEco n Q RETO 12.75 4.29 87 5.13 198 5.13 4.50 +.16 -27.2 RetractTc A RVP 1.48 .54 72 .82 403 .85 .75 +.06 +20.0 Retrophin Q RTRX 29.78 18.70 299 28.64 1371 29.73 26.54 -.62 +35.9 RevGp n N REVG .20 1.3 33.15 12.87 368 15.91 3350 17.14 15.78 -.57 -51.1 RevanceTh Q RVNC 37.45 22.05 191 29.55 975 29.85 28.40 +.30 -17.3 RevenHo n Q RVEN 6.75 2.32 0 3.95 6 4.22 3.95 -.17 -14.8 Revlon N REV 27.90 15.60 30 17.35 310 17.61 17.05 -.10 -20.4 RevolutL rs Q RVLT 8.10 2.95 41 4.10 230 4.36 4.02 -.14 +24.6 ReWalkRob Q RWLK 2.00 .85 78 .92 431 1.00 .92 -.06 -16.4 RexAmRes N REX 14 102.00 70.48 43 73.67 172 80.59 73.18 -5.44 -11.0 RexahnPh rs A RNN 3.19 1.35 30 1.54 524 1.59 1.43 +.11 -23.8 RexfordIR N REXR .64f 2.1 53 32.91 26.32 359 31.10 1801 31.73 30.95 -.58 +6.7 RexfdIn pfA N REXRpA 26.41 22.53 3 24.35 13 24.35 23.90 +.06 -5.3 RexfInR pfB N REXRpB 1.47 5.9 25.15 22.33 24.75 17 24.79 24.31 -.01 -.2 Rexnord N RXN 20 31.44 22.64 726 28.99 3073 29.69 28.42 +.23 +11.4 Rexnrd pfA N RXNpA 66.44 52.57 11 62.12 397 63.43 60.16 +.22 +6.2 RhythmP n Q RYTM 37.23 16.80 187 32.31 866 36.40 31.69 -2.44 +11.2 RibbnCm n Q RBBN 8.36 4.97 102 7.36 1551 7.55 7.19 -.02 -4.8 RiceMidstr N RMP 1.22f 6.8 13 23.00 16.68 283 17.97 1242 18.18 17.16 +.76 -16.3sRiceBran Q RIBT 3.09 .90 281 2.63 2529 3.09 2.61 -.03 +77.7sRichrdElec Q RELL .24 2.5 9.89 5.31 6 9.53 47 9.89 9.06 -.24 +41.4 RigelPh Q RIGL 4.71 2.14 1183 2.85 6215 3.11 2.82 -.19 -26.5 RigNet Q RNET 19.50 10.03 15 11.55 143 12.00 11.40 -.20 -22.7 RiminiSt n Q RMNI 10.40 .25 27 6.95 183 7.29 6.76 -.12 -12.1 RingCentrl N RNG 81.20 34.10 602 78.65 4099 79.65 73.25 +3.70 +62.5 RingEngy A REI 17.35 11.58 407 13.50 3155 14.61 13.16 +.19 -2.9 RioTinto N RIO 2.27e 4.2 60.72 42.65 1499 54.00 20147 56.23 52.98 -.65 +2.0 RiotBlck Q RIOT 1.00p 46.20 3.08 237 4.66 2743 5.29 4.41 -.49 -83.6 RiseEdCy n Q REDU 22 18.60 9.50 88 13.93 403 14.76 13.25 -.82 -5.8 RitchieBr N RBA .68 2.0 38 36.00 24.08 291 33.39 1653 34.83 32.69 -.77 +11.6 RiteAid N RAD 2 2.80 1.38 7727 1.65 44665 1.75 1.63 -.09 -16.2 RittrPh rs Q RTTR 6.84 1.83 17 2.44 362 2.61 2.24 +.06 -25.8 RivrnOpp n N RIV 1.68 8.0 21.63 19.10 36 20.93 136 21.10 20.61 -.04 +4.5 Riv/Doubl n N OPP 19.76 17.12 52 17.52 190 17.94 17.50 -.29 -4.7 RivrvwBcp Q RVSB .14f 1.6 18 9.75 6.53 23 8.59 115 8.99 8.49 -.24 -.9 RoadrnTrn N RRTS 4 9.75 1.63 352 2.77 3335 2.82 2.45 +.07 -64.1 RobtHalf N RHI 1.12f 1.7 27 70.35 42.92 991 67.50 4182 67.66 65.93 +1.62 +21.5 RocktPh n Q RCKT 24.28 3.40 159 19.60 1183 21.74 18.72 +.43 +87.7 RockwlAut N ROK 3.68 2.2 25 210.72 155.81 680 171.07 6053 171.93 166.90 +1.83 -12.9 RockColl N COL 1.32 1.0 22 139.63 105.04 583 137.86 5078 137.95 134.58 +2.50 +1.7 RockwllM Q RMTI 8.70 3.62 284 4.27 1194 4.44 3.93 -.12 -26.6 RockyBr Q RCKY .48f 1.7 19 31.75 12.20 88 28.60 550 30.70 28.30 +.30 +51.3 RkyMChoc Q RMCF .48 4.3 11 12.60 10.76 4 11.10 54 11.39 10.91 -.23 -5.8 RogCm gs N RCI 1.57 14 54.95 43.11 978 50.05 2430 50.15 48.51 +1.16 -1.7 Rogers N ROG 33 184.00 105.60 124 117.38 559 123.00 116.21 +.69 -27.5 Roku n Q ROKU 58.80 15.75 7993 48.76 29278 49.69 44.67 +2.06 -5.8sRollins s N ROL .56 1.0 68 55.96 40.53 427 55.24 2375 56.11 54.11 +1.30 +18.7 Roper N ROP 1.65 .6 30 292.97 226.81 303 283.45 1627 284.15 276.14 +7.27 +9.4 Rosehill n Q ROSE 10.84 5.52 106 8.99 374 9.45 8.35 +.40 +14.4 Rosehill un Q ROSEU 11.26 6.50 10.66 0 10.66 10.66 +.51 -5.3sRosettaStn N RST 17.22 8.71 48 16.80 518 17.22 16.40 +.48 +34.7 RossStrs s Q ROST .90 1.1 22 87.22 52.85 1997 85.16 9390 86.96 84.34 -1.16 +6.1 Rowan N RDC .40 2.4 29 17.33 9.02 2167 16.37 9789 16.80 15.60 +.90 +4.5 RBCda pfT N RYpT 1.69 31.75 27.94 1 31.04 7 31.75 30.50 +.19 +3.7 RoyalBk g N RY 3.76 87.10 72.61 357 77.10 2717 77.32 76.05 +.66 -5.6 RBScotlnd N RBS 8.74 6.36 319 6.60 4203 6.79 6.54 -.11 -13.6 RBSct prS N RBSpS 1.65 6.4 27.63 25.35 19 25.85 187 25.98 25.76 -.07 +1.6 RylCarb N RCL 2.40 2.2 14 135.65 101.20 1547 107.87 8665 110.54 105.63 +3.13 -9.6 RoyDShllB N RDS/B 3.76 5.1 76.99 53.56 894 73.44 6935 75.28 72.34 +.70 +7.5 RoyDShllA N RDS/A 3.76 5.4 73.86 52.48 1821 70.00 15106 71.85 68.98 +.54 +4.9 RoyGld Q RGLD 1.00 1.1 98.53 76.15 252 90.78 2131 93.18 90.46 -1.76 +10.5 RoyceGVal N RGT .10e 11.73 9.51 8 10.54 116 10.65 10.48 +.01 -2.5sRoyceMC N RMT .63e 6.1 10.50 8.09 116 10.30 1203 10.50 10.26 -.02 +9.1 Royce N RVT 1.22e 7.8 17.18 14.02 321 15.73 1829 15.99 15.73 -.13 -2.7 RubiconPrj N RUBI 5.30 1.48 1601 3.33 2876 3.53 2.82 +.44 +78.1 Rubicon rs Q RBCN 9.05 6.71 0 8.00 36 8.15 7.80 +.10 +.3 Rudolph N RTEC 20 34.55 21.10 83 29.85 803 30.90 29.01 -.50 +24.9sRmblOn B n Q RMBL 7.52 3.53 178 7.49 599 7.82 6.35 +1.15 +44.2 RushEntA Q RUSHA 28 55.40 36.65 271 45.00 1222 46.22 43.14 +.55 -11.4 RushEntB Q RUSHB 36 52.76 35.30 6 45.89 46 46.99 44.00 +.53 -4.8 RuthsHosp Q RUTH .44 1.5 27 29.00 17.95 117 28.70 786 28.85 28.10 +.40 +32.6 Ryanair Q RYAAY 1.55e 1.3 127.61 101.10 224 115.50 868 116.22 110.40 +1.57 +10.9 Ryder N R 2.08f 2.8 18 90.26 65.65 515 74.69 2432 76.03 73.15 +1.46 -11.3 RyersonH N RYI 43 12.95 7.65 133 12.10 922 12.50 11.20 -.15 +16.3 RymanHP N RHP 3.40 4.1 18 85.77 57.78 151 83.77 1084 84.89 81.53 -.68 +21.4S -:sS&P Glbl N SPGI 2.00 .9 31 210.92 146.96 735 210.65 3944 211.80 206.43 +4.28 +24.4 S&T Bcp Q STBA 1.00 2.3 19 46.44 33.92 46 43.63 303 45.56 43.60 -1.24 +9.6 S&WSeed Q SANW 4.40 2.90 9 3.20 54 3.35 3.16 +.05 -17.9 SAP SE N SAP 1.31e 1.1 121.95 99.20 804 119.91 3547 120.13 117.48 +2.78 +6.7 SB FinGp Q SBFG .32f 1.6 14 20.45 15.61 6 20.32 32 20.41 20.18 +.07 +9.9 SB FnGp pf Q SBFGP .65 3.2 21.10 14.93 20.25 1 20.25 20.25 +.13 +13.1 SB OneBc Q SBBX .30f 1.0 24 32.85 19.75 14 29.35 86 30.15 29.20 -.55 +9.3 SBA Com Q SBAC 177.67 133.27 530 164.61 3551 166.82 160.68 -.85 +.8 SCANA N SCG .49m 1.3 10 68.35 33.61 1404 39.06 8385 40.79 38.24 -1.45 -1.8 SCE TrV n N SCEpK 29.56 24.70 24 26.26 126 26.68 26.13 -.27 -.6 SCE II prG N SCEpG 1.28 5.2 25.89 21.93 15 24.58 467 24.75 24.42 -.27 +1.7 SCE Tr pfH N SCEpH 1.44 5.2 29.06 25.05 5 27.53 58 27.78 27.08 -.21 +1.8 SCETr pfJ N SCEpJ 1.34 5.2 28.31 23.96 17 25.90 83 26.52 25.83 -.53 +.4 SCE Tr pfL N SCEpL 1.25 5.3 25.77 21.75 36 23.77 138 23.96 23.71 -.33 -1.0 SEI Inv Q SEIC .60f .9 23 78.35 52.59 477 64.21 2555 64.70 63.49 +1.04 -10.6tSelasLf rs Q SLS 18.18 1.60 894 1.66 5433 3.87 1.60 -1.81 -78.9 SG Blck n Q SGBX 7.00 3.70 6 5.26 42 5.40 5.14 +.02 -12.0 SGOCO rs Q SGOC 2.29 .90 59 1.07 99 1.24 1.06 -.07 +.9 SI Fincl Q SIFI .24 1.6 15 16.25 13.75 3 14.75 62 15.20 14.65 -.40 +.3 SIGA Tc n Q SIGA 7.54 5.61 1764 7.35 2486 7.43 6.02 +.98 +24.4 SJW N SJW 1.12a 1.7 23 69.29 47.57 81 66.22 446 67.49 65.50 -1.07 +3.7 SK Tlcm N SKM 28.97 22.66 398 23.83 2153 23.92 22.91 +.91 -14.6 SLGreen N SLG 3.25 3.2 30 106.04 89.46 538 102.97 2771 103.28 101.68 +.26 +2.0 SL Grn pfI N SLGpI 1.63 6.3 26.50 24.94 3 25.79 54 25.92 25.73 -.06 +2.8 SLM Cp Q SLM 16 12.46 9.65 2891 11.51 10945 12.16 11.46 -.11 +1.9 SLM Cp pfB Q SLMBP 3.32e 4.7 73.00 62.47 14 71.08 96 72.99 69.00 +.77 +3.4sSM Energy N SM .10 .4 28.45 12.29 2444 26.42 11926 28.45 26.26 -.40 +19.7 SmartGlb n Q SGH 7 56.69 14.81 664 30.48 3607 32.58 30.35 -.75 -9.6 SMTC hg Q SMTX 3.18 1.12 2 2.94 45 2.94 2.76 +.18 +55.5 SORL Q SORL 4 8.70 3.70 150 4.94 660 5.00 4.53 +.11 -26.5 SP Plus Q SP 22 41.70 31.05 41 37.75 384 38.50 37.25 -.25 +1.8 SPAR Gp h Q SGRP 3.75 1.00 34 1.33 413 1.49 1.22 +.10 +8.0 SpdrDJIA N DIA 3.98e 1.6 265.93 212.68 3018 250.20 17733 250.46 245.76 +5.60 +1.1 SpdrGold N GLD 129.52 114.83 5444 117.61 24831 119.73 117.45 -1.25 -4.9 SpdrStxx50 N FEU 1.24e 3.6 38.51 32.90 6 34.12 56 34.36 33.62 -.01 -5.0 SpdrNoANR N NANR 37.79 30.57 12 36.22 81 37.14 36.05 -.33 +2.1 SpdrLwCbn N LOWC 1.69e 1.9 96.40 82.46 0 90.24 1 90.46 89.48 +.88 +.5 SpdrEuro50 N FEZ 1.18e 3.0 44.23 37.63 1633 39.18 13474 39.63 38.68 -.14 -3.8 Spd MsciCh N XINA 26.62 19.27 1 19.99 79 20.14 19.88 +.58 -16.4 S&PEAsia N GMF 1.81e 1.8 116.07 91.29 6 100.28 62 100.74 98.72 +1.57 -4.1 Spdr UKS N QGBR 1.33e 2.5 56.39 50.42 0 53.59 3 53.81 52.69 +.41 -.5 SpdrGermS N QDEU 1.17e 1.9 70.20 57.43 0 60.85 2 60.85 60.81 +1.37 -7.1 SpdrJpnS N QJPN .85e 1.1 83.54 70.88 1 76.50 4 77.26 75.77 -.27 -2.7 SpdrCdaS N QCAN 1.61e 2.7 62.76 55.98 1 59.67 2 59.75 59.17 +.64 -2.4 SpdrEuSmC N SMEZ 1.15e 1.9 69.46 57.11 1 60.29 159 60.78 60.16 +.09 -5.8 S&PChina N GXC 1.31e 1.3 123.91 89.01 27 104.62 189 105.89 102.61 +.94 -2.4 SpdrWldQu N QWLD 1.30e 1.7 80.30 69.06 0 76.18 1 76.18 75.47 +.89 +1.0 SpdrEMQu N QEMM 1.31e 2.2 69.92 57.73 22 60.11 56 60.40 59.43 +.60 -6.8 SpdrEafeSt N QEFA 1.62e 2.5 68.94 60.29 18 63.66 66 63.89 62.81 +.21 -2.1 SpdrGblDv N WDIV 3.11e 3.8 74.14 64.89 8 68.41 37 69.17 68.14 -.37 -3.4 SpAcwiIMI N ACIM 1.50e 1.9 84.34 71.33 2 79.30 23 79.30 78.12 +1.66 +.6 SpdEMkt s N SPEM 42.47 33.28 887 35.79 5439 35.99 35.21 +.42 -6.2 SpdrEMDv N EDIV 1.68e 5.4 36.64 29.64 53 30.94 225 31.30 30.47 +.29 -5.8 SpdrGlbNR N GNR .93e 1.9 53.32 41.35 30 49.64 309 50.86 49.32 -.36 +1.2 SpdrDJ RE N RWO 1.57e 3.2 49.41 43.96 130 48.42 631 49.00 48.31 -.45 -.9 SpdrEMSmC N EWX 1.00e 2.1 55.81 46.32 20 47.62 116 47.72 46.84 +.67 -8.4 SpdrIntDiv N DWX 2.22e 5.7 42.92 37.88 57 38.93 374 39.28 38.54 -.13 -5.5 SpdMS xUS N CWI .79e 2.1 42.01 35.43 407 37.44 733 37.67 36.90 +.15 -4.0 SpdrSPGbl N GII 1.63e 3.3 53.74 47.61 5 50.02 77 50.52 49.60 -.42 -3.4 SpdrIntRE N RWX 1.25e 3.2 42.54 37.13 431 39.41 2464 39.94 39.13 -.22 -2.7 SpdrIntlSC N GWX 3.63e 1.4 37.99 32.87 234 34.01 510 34.40 33.72 -.03 -4.1 SpdrWldxUS N SPDW .79e 2.6 33.84 28.94 285 30.61 3675 30.86 30.23 +.05 -3.4sSP Mid N MDY 2.94e .8 366.71 307.28 489 363.08 3021 366.71 361.19 +1.31 +5.1 S&P500ETF N SPY 4.13e 1.5 286.63 240.85 48206 279.59 287397 279.93 276.50 +4.17 +4.8 SpdrRRtn N RLY .44e 1.7 27.62 23.57 22 26.49 119 26.92 26.31 -.15 +.2 SpdrIncAll N INKM 1.08e 3.3 34.66 31.96 0 32.86 5 32.94 32.74 +.04 -2.3 SpdrGblAll N GAL 1.04e 2.6 40.37 35.30 9 38.22 66 38.35 37.85 +.22 -.1 SpdrSenLn N SRLN 1.96 4.2 47.69 46.74 502 47.08 1842 47.09 46.96 +.12 -.2 SpdrUShBd N ULST .16 .4 40.82 40.15 13 40.28 110 40.34 40.23 +.03 +.2 SpdrCreEq N SYE 1.63e 1.3 80.09 68.51 1 77.68 23 77.68 76.47 +1.47 +4.1 SpdrDblTac N TOTL 1.17e 49.66 47.11 178 47.61 1118 47.67 47.48 +.06 -2.1 SpdrValEq N SYV 4.21e 1.5 70.61 59.65 3 66.91 16 67.31 66.61 +.34 +1.0 SpdrGroEq N SYG 1.85e .8 86.17 71.24 2 83.60 4 83.65 82.78 +1.40 +5.2 SpdrBiot s N XBI .44e .4 101.55 74.25 1880 100.56 21812 101.17 98.73 +.31 +18.5 Spdr Div N SDY 3.80e 2.0 98.29 87.80 292 94.54 1702 94.99 94.11 +.34 +.1 SpdrGbDow N DGT 1.52e 1.8 91.75 76.90 0 83.82 4 84.40 83.01 +1.09 -1.9 SpdrHome N XHB .15e .4 47.20 37.17 1524 40.72 9209 40.97 40.09 +.48 -8.0 SpdrS&PBk N KBE .53e 1.1 52.00 39.61 2189 47.23 12125 49.18 47.05 -.59 -.2 SpdrS&PCM N KCE .91e 1.6 62.51 47.93 52 58.58 121 59.26 58.31 +.42 +1.1 SpdrS&PIn s N KIE 32.34 27.81 66 30.39 1017 30.79 30.25 +.21 -1.0 Spd LgCap s N SPLG 33.54 28.29 609 32.85 3145 32.89 32.50 +.47 +4.9sSpdrLCpG s N SPYG 36.49 29.53 436 36.55 3655 36.57 35.87 +.75 +10.8 SpdrLCapV s N SPYV 32.54 28.05 254 30.22 1444 30.37 30.03 +.28 -1.5sSpd MidC s N SPMD 36.16 29.60 106 35.75 1077 36.16 35.55 +.05 +7.2 SpdMCpG s N MDYG 56.05 46.42 62 55.41 542 55.72 55.05 +.38 sSpdrMCpV s N MDYV 53.79 46.15 71 53.08 223 53.79 52.83 +.05 SpdrNY Tch N XNTK .41e .4 98.30 72.98 11 96.48 159 97.00 95.20 +1.15 +15.1 SpdrSemi s N XSD .16e .2 78.02 60.17 30 75.18 387 76.43 74.37 +.29 +7.7sSpdrSCp s N SLYG 65.88 51.69 157 65.39 1282 65.88 64.85 +.04 sSpdrSCpV s N SLYV 69.64 56.46 102 68.32 791 69.64 67.97 -.51 SpdrRs3K s N THRK 35.46 29.94 438 35.00 3758 35.06 34.66 +.44 +5.4 SpdrWilRE N RWR 2.90e 3.1 95.73 81.59 127 94.39 522 95.30 94.12 -.90 +.7 SpdrShTTr N SPTS .27 .9 31.78 29.45 338 29.49 1316 29.51 29.47 -.02 -1.3 SpFcStIn n N XITK 107.00 70.09 18 100.46 69 101.83 98.14 +1.98 +28.6 Spdr1500VT N VLU 4.85e 1.7 108.76 91.89 1 104.21 2 104.21 103.49 +2.21 +2.2 SpdrScored N CBND .99 3.2 32.69 30.78 31.10 5 31.10 30.98 +.15 -3.6 SpdrIntCBd N IBND .14e .4 36.87 33.09 26 33.94 392 34.26 33.77 -.13 -4.0 SpdrIGFlt N FLRN .20 .7 30.85 30.62 532 30.73 4891 30.73 30.67 +.04 +.2 SpdrHYMu N HYMB 2.55 4.5 57.97 54.01 21 56.54 174 56.61 56.32 +.11 +1.6 SpdrWFPf N PSK 2.59e 6.0 45.42 41.81 60 43.45 383 43.82 43.41 -.35 -1.3 SpdrBarITB N BWZ .01e 33.49 30.98 19 31.26 123 31.57 31.15 -.25 -2.7 SpdrBarcCv N CWB 3.55e 4.2 54.99 48.86 547 53.90 5370 54.16 53.46 +.13 +6.5 SpdrLTBd s N SPLB 28.77 25.87 265 26.60 800 26.64 26.34 +.21 -7.0 SpdrITBd N SPIB .92 2.8 34.72 33.07 165 33.35 1395 33.35 33.24 +.10 -2.5 SpdrBarMBB N MBG .83 3.3 26.49 25.09 7 25.37 69 25.40 25.31 +.01 -2.5 SpdrEMBd N EBND 30.91 26.64 156 27.13 705 27.42 27.03 -.01 -8.6 SpdrShTHiY N SJNK 1.58 5.8 28.07 26.94 1428 27.38 4575 27.41 27.30 +.09 -.7 SpdrLehHY N JNK 2.30 6.4 37.46 35.26 8416 35.69 57605 35.75 35.56 +.13 -2.8 SpdShTBd N SPSB .40e 1.2 30.74 30.08 504 30.15 4366 30.16 30.11 +.02 -.9 SP IntTip N WIP .41e .3 60.27 53.78 15 54.44 117 54.89 54.26 -.31 -5.4 SPLIntTB s N BWX 29.72 27.23 252 27.82 2398 28.05 27.73 -.14 -2.1 SpdrTrans s N XTN .25e .4 69.36 53.77 34 63.97 99 65.44 63.27 -.21 -1.8sSpdrTelcm N XTL .68e .9 75.40 65.10 94 74.83 174 75.80 74.35 +.01 +9.5 SpdrHCSv s N XHS .61e .1 72.77 56.18 2 72.02 16 72.20 71.26 +.80 +17.0 SpdrHCEq s N XHE 3.22e .1 81.20 59.41 101 80.62 377 81.18 80.00 +.07 +25.2sSpdrSf&Sv s N XSW .19e .2 86.40 61.70 16 86.34 67 86.75 84.01 +1.97 +24.3 SpdrMLCrs N CJNK 1.01e 3.9 27.04 25.22 29 25.48 111 25.54 25.38 +.02 -4.1 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 16 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 66

SpdrAerDf s N XAR 1.70e 1.1 91.75 71.58 63 90.47 330 90.49 88.05 +2.59 +8.3 SpdAgBd n N SPAB 28.84 27.57 201 27.95 2052 27.95 27.85 +.05 -2.7 SpdrBarcTip N IPE 1.04e 1.7 57.26 54.59 103 55.53 621 55.54 55.36 -.06 -1.3 SprBl 1-3b rs N BIL 91.58 91.37 629 91.50 3085 91.51 91.47 +.02 +.1 SpdLgTr s N SPTL 37.32 33.45 380 35.28 2132 35.33 35.04 -.02 -3.6 SpdrLehIntTr N ITE .74 1.3 60.59 57.94 68 58.66 199 58.70 58.52 +.01 -1.3 SpdrS&P RB N KRE .74e 1.2 66.04 49.31 7586 60.85 35917 63.59 60.67 -1.10 +3.4 Spdr1500MT N MMTM 1.61e 1.3 123.99 102.34 1 123.09 4 123.09 121.71 +2.40 +7.3 SpdDorWrF Q DWFI 26.06 23.22 13 23.83 126 23.92 23.66 -.03 -5.7 SpdrRetl s N XRT .49e 1.0 51.04 37.72 4753 49.22 33493 50.13 48.51 -.61 +8.9 SpdNuBMu s N TFI 49.42 47.52 381 48.18 1734 48.19 48.01 +.14 -1.6 SpdrPhm s N XPH 3.00e .8 47.11 38.71 40 45.37 362 45.69 44.40 +.98 +4.3sSpdrOGEx N XOP .73e 1.7 45.45 28.96 15008 43.19 85517 45.45 42.62 -.22 +16.2 SpNuBST rs N SHM 48.95 47.51 239 48.02 1125 48.07 47.93 +.05 +.2 SpdrGendr N SHE 75.63 66.74 4 74.40 23 74.44 73.74 +.92 +5.0 SpdrOGEq N XES .49e 2.9 19.29 12.90 1106 17.09 7613 17.77 16.67 +.18 -.2 SpdR1KLVF N ONEV 76.79 68.57 1 74.71 9 74.73 74.27 +.75 +2.9 SpdrMetM N XME .24e .7 39.62 29.08 1993 35.95 10333 36.95 35.75 -.30 -1.2 SpdrR1KMo N ONEO 77.42 68.69 6 74.56 45 74.84 73.99 +.71 +2.5 SpdrR1KYF N ONEY 75.25 65.47 0 71.52 4 71.70 71.24 +.63 +2.1 SpdSPXHiD N SPYD 38.74 34.60 149 37.62 986 37.94 37.50 -.20 +.5 SpdrFosFFr N SPYX 69.64 58.70 4 67.74 32 67.84 66.74 +1.11 +4.5 SpdrR1KLV N LGLV 5.40e 1.9 94.43 85.68 6 93.23 35 93.23 91.51 +1.52 +2.9 SpdrUsaSt N QUS .54e 82.07 69.37 2 80.22 20 80.23 79.23 +1.28 +3.8sSpd SP600 s N SLY 75.31 58.62 51 74.30 202 75.31 73.95 -.27 SpdrSPXBbk N SPYB .41e 67.80 51.33 1 64.13 3 64.57 64.05 +.63 +2.9sSpdrSCap n N SPSM 33.52 28.11 234 33.10 1917 33.52 32.92 -.11 +5.1 Spdr1-10Tip N TIPX .08e .4 21.00 18.41 27 19.22 150 19.24 19.20 -.03 -.4 SpdrR2KLV N SMLV 2.16e 2.2 100.14 84.63 17 96.69 36 98.06 96.48 -.85 +5.8 SPI Eng rs Q SPI 2.61 .33 179 .41 2923 .46 .38 -.01 -35.8 SPS Cmce Q SPSC 98 78.57 45.02 46 77.10 458 77.79 75.37 +.08 +58.7 SPX Cp N SPXC 16 37.96 23.41 188 36.61 1760 37.03 35.67 +.13 +16.6 SPX Flow n N FLOW 41 54.92 31.10 99 43.72 850 45.11 42.76 -.47 -8.1 SRC Eng A SRCI 16 13.32 6.72 2171 10.77 11490 12.00 10.71 -.63 +26.3 SS&C Tch s Q SSNC .28 .5 34 55.25 36.48 573 54.39 3511 54.90 53.01 +.20 +34.4tSSLJ.cm n Q SSLJ 5.75 1.45 262 1.56 1150 3.80 1.45 -2.26 -55.6 SSR Mng g Q SSRM 22 11.44 7.64 280 10.02 1978 10.37 9.86 -.26 +14.0 STMicro N STM .40 1.8 25 26.43 15.18 1580 22.64 16132 23.08 22.13 +.29 +3.7 SVB FnGp Q SIVB 25 329.65 159.44 434 295.30 1989 307.46 294.03 -.12 +26.3 SabanCap n Q SCAC 10.20 9.84 10.11 40 10.12 10.10 +.01 +2.0sSaban un Q SCACU 11.65 10.25 10.94 9 11.65 10.68 +.24 +4.0 SABESP N SBS .39e 6.3 11.96 5.72 833 6.22 5335 6.33 6.03 -.04 -40.5 SabnR N SBR 2.34e 5.1 22 50.00 37.00 6 45.90 47 47.41 45.79 -.72 +2.9 SabraHltc Q SBRA 1.78e 7.9 17 23.94 15.78 1111 22.53 6721 22.79 22.21 -.13 +20.0 SabreCorp Q SABR .56 2.2 31 26.78 17.30 1093 26.00 8571 26.24 24.93 +.05 +26.8 SachemC n A SACH .44f 10.4 5.02 3.30 32 4.23 95 4.29 4.05 +.18 +7.4 SAExplr rs Q SAEX 3.69 1.18 357 1.65 6222 2.47 1.54 +.02 -25.0 SafeBulk N SB .04 1.1 4.00 2.26 246 3.54 1766 3.61 3.35 +.10 +9.6sSafeBlk pfC N SBpC 2.00 8.3 24.88 18.88 7 24.20 45 24.88 23.80 +.21 +1.3sSafeB pfD N SBpD 2.00 8.3 24.46 18.96 30 24.04 67 24.46 23.75 +.15 +2.2 SafegdSci N SFE 14.40 10.75 67 12.75 651 13.18 12.42 -.05 +13.8 SafeInco n N SAFE .60 3.2 20.17 15.57 48 19.03 304 19.85 18.95 -.78 +8.1 SaftyInsGr Q SAFT 3.20 3.7 23 89.15 67.50 12 87.60 93 88.45 86.30 +.30 +9.0 SagaComm A SGA 1.20 3.2 4 46.80 36.10 2 38.05 20 39.00 37.95 -.55 -5.9 SageThera Q SAGE 195.97 59.57 386 168.11 1723 170.84 158.05 +7.96 +2.1 Saia Inc Q SAIA 37 87.05 51.05 212 76.55 1237 82.90 75.90 -4.35 +8.2 SailptTch n N SAIL 28.94 12.82 525 27.60 2739 27.72 25.02 +1.25 +90.3 StJoe N JOE 54 20.00 16.75 123 17.95 782 18.45 17.95 -.45 -.6 SalemMda Q SALM .26 5.4 18 7.45 3.10 190 4.85 1024 6.15 4.80 -1.10 +7.8sSalesforce N CRM 148.70 87.26 3941 147.61 24010 148.70 139.88 +6.21 +44.4 SalMidMLP N SMM 1.30 12.8 12.24 8.53 65 10.16 300 10.29 9.98 +.03 -7.8 SalisbryBc Q SAL 1.12 2.6 16 51.80 34.65 0 43.15 4 46.00 43.15 -2.05 -3.4 SallyBty N SBH 10 21.36 14.05 1925 16.37 8556 16.71 15.85 +.49 -12.7 SJuanB N SJT .65e 11.0 13 10.54 5.66 110 5.93 589 6.14 5.84 -.01 -28.0 SanchezEn N SN 6.85 2.78 1998 5.04 13708 5.13 4.68 +.37 -5.1 SanchzM rs A SNMP 1.80 15.6 13.25 9.35 39 11.55 148 11.90 11.30 -.25 +4.1 SanderFm Q SAFM 1.28 1.2 8 176.43 96.80 635 102.59 1955 109.14 102.36 -5.69 -26.1 SandRidge N SD 21.90 13.02 181 17.51 1000 18.27 16.79 -.28 -16.9 SandRMiss N SDT .22e 11.4 2 2.30 .73 82 1.97 558 2.03 1.90 -.03 +138.5 SandRMs2 N SDR .21e 11.0 1 2.00 .74 78 1.96 736 1.97 1.83 +.13 +130.3 SandRdgP N PER .50e 18.6 6 3.10 1.80 343 2.70 1811 2.75 2.60 +.10 +31.7 SandstG g A SAND 5.64 3.83 558 4.39 3185 4.70 4.37 -.28 -12.0 SndySpr Q SASR 1.12f 2.7 19 43.87 36.41 125 42.07 710 43.55 41.99 -.42 +7.8 Sanfilp Q JBSS .55a .7 26 77.84 54.32 27 77.13 243 77.69 74.79 -.61 +21.9 SangTher Q SGMO 27.50 8.00 1600 15.05 7985 16.50 14.70 -.90 -8.2 Sanmina Q SANM 18 42.95 24.60 337 30.65 1597 31.45 30.10 +.25 -7.1 Sanofi N SNY 1.58e 3.8 50.65 37.43 1145 41.93 8005 42.23 41.46 -.55 -2.5 Sanofi rt Q GCVRZ .54 .27 95 .50 594 .52 .46 +.01 +31.6 SantCUSA N SC .23e 5 20.46 12.65 1091 19.62 7395 19.85 19.32 +.12 +5.4 SantFn pfI N SANpI 1.60 6.5 26.45 25.41 24.75 -3.8 Sapiens Q SPNS .20e 2.0 51 14.30 8.01 5 10.16 68 10.20 9.98 -11.8 SaratogaI N SAR 2.04f 8.3 28.30 19.62 131 24.45 901 27.82 24.37 -3.03 +9.3 SaratIn23 n N SAB 1.69 6.5 26.79 25.34 2 25.86 23 25.90 25.61 -.04 +.2 SareptaTh Q SRPT 176.50 32.80 1095 139.42 3915 141.04 134.58 +.09 +150.6sSasol N SSL 1.41e 3.7 38.93 26.92 87 38.07 952 38.93 37.73 +.66 +11.3 SaulCntr N BFS 2.08 3.8 18 65.43 46.71 44 54.89 213 56.46 53.58 -1.23 -11.1 SaulCtr pfC N BFSpC 1.72 6.9 25.88 23.79 1 25.00 11 25.01 24.86 +.01 -1.2sSaulCt pfD N BFSpD 23.30 22.83 17 23.35 33 23.39 22.98 +.24 +.8 Savara rs Q SVRA 17.19 5.07 101 12.72 522 12.88 12.04 +.47 -14.3tscPhrma n Q SCPH 18.17 5.08 68 5.49 419 5.78 5.08 -.25 -54.6 ScanSource Q SCSC 15 45.35 31.40 72 41.85 372 41.95 40.30 +.90 +16.9 Schlmbrg N SLB 2.00 2.9 43 80.35 61.02 4607 68.08 30792 69.61 67.00 +1.05 +1.0 Schmitt h Q SMIT 4.47 1.55 2.39 17 2.49 2.36 -.03 -12.8 SchndrNt n N SNDR .24 .9 30.52 20.18 474 27.49 2815 28.47 27.20 -.16 -3.7 Schnitzer Q SCHN .75 2.1 9 38.85 23.95 152 35.55 1433 37.95 35.05 -.80 +6.1 ScholRck n Q SRRK 27.02 14.00 59 15.78 289 17.70 14.56 +.67 +1.8sScholastc Q SCHL .60 1.3 47.77 33.51 72 46.57 419 47.77 46.47 -.17 +16.1 Schulmn Q SHLM .82 1.9 44 45.10 25.00 295 43.40 1097 44.50 43.30 -.79 +16.5 SchwUSMkt N SCHB .96e 1.4 69.07 58.24 430 67.99 2306 68.11 67.32 +.90 +5.4 SchwUSLgC N SCHX .98e 1.5 68.43 57.54 799 67.01 17698 67.08 66.28 +1.00 +5.1sSchwLCGr N SCHG .63e .8 78.52 63.04 203 78.65 1692 78.76 77.40 +1.53 +11.2 SchwLCVal N SCHV 1.14e 2.1 58.00 49.82 165 54.39 1833 54.57 53.96 +.58 -.5 SchwMCap N SCHM .59e 1.0 56.61 47.42 308 56.27 1560 56.55 55.94 +.37 +5.6 SchUSSmC N SCHA .76e 1.0 76.47 61.64 304 75.55 1841 76.40 75.15 -.05 +8.3 SchwEMkt N SCHE .49e 1.9 31.08 24.83 572 26.29 3997 26.43 25.82 +.32 -5.9 Sch 1000 n N SCHK 28.14 24.88 60 27.59 402 27.63 27.30 +.39 +5.1 SchEMLgC N FNDE .39e 1.4 33.13 26.53 134 28.03 1074 28.32 27.62 +.24 -5.5 SchIntSmCo N FNDC .55e 1.6 38.22 32.40 102 34.71 604 35.06 34.38 +.06 -3.5 SchIntLgCo N FNDF .61e 2.0 32.54 27.89 215 29.87 1232 30.18 29.52 -.02 -1.7sSchUSSmCo N FNDA .36e .9 41.20 33.34 136 40.71 816 41.20 40.43 -.09 +7.4 SchUSLgCo N FNDX .54e 1.4 39.96 33.58 215 38.20 1281 38.33 37.89 +.42 +2.0 SchUSBrd N FNDB .61e 1.6 39.71 33.37 14 38.19 97 38.33 37.89 +.43 +2.4 SchwUSDiv N SCHD 1.13e 2.2 54.60 44.75 406 50.58 2531 50.66 49.94 +.73 -1.2 SchwIntEq N SCHF .71e 2.1 36.35 31.57 1055 33.39 8392 33.60 32.92 +.11 -2.0 SchwAggBd N SCHZ 1.09 2.1 52.82 50.07 332 50.71 2194 50.71 50.57 +.06 -2.6 SchwREIT N SCHH .89e 2.1 42.54 36.27 620 42.05 3346 42.49 41.90 -.37 +1.0 SchIntUSTr N SCHR .86 1.6 54.67 51.57 339 52.29 3263 52.30 52.15 +.02 -1.9 SchSTUSTr N SCHO .35 .7 50.57 49.55 713 49.65 1566 49.67 49.62 -.02 -.8 SchUSTips N SCHP 56.10 54.02 501 54.96 1702 54.99 54.83 -.08 -.8 SchwIntSC N SCHC .59e 1.6 39.15 33.14 111 35.98 872 36.39 35.60 +.01 -1.8 Schwab N SCHW .40 .8 29 60.22 38.06 4966 50.62 29846 52.02 49.90 -.03 -1.5 Schwb pfC N SCHWpC 1.50 5.6 27.94 25.53 22 26.70 221 27.05 26.60 -.25 -.7 Schwb pfD N SCHWpD 27.90 25.49 107 26.63 354 26.83 26.57 -.18 -1.4 SchwitMau N SWM 1.72 3.9 15 48.06 36.42 42 43.68 645 44.68 43.27 -.44 -3.7 SciApplic N SAIC 1.24 1.5 21 90.84 60.21 118 85.34 822 86.22 82.74 +2.15 +11.5 SciGames Q SGMS 62.80 24.30 520 50.85 3691 51.53 48.55 +2.15 -.9 ScorpioB19 N SLTB 1.88 7.4 25.80 24.31 25.54 15 25.60 25.31 +.02 +.4 ScorpBlk rs N SALT .08 1.1 8.85 6.50 600 7.05 2113 7.45 7.00 -.25 -4.7 ScorpioTk N STNG .04 1.5 4.18 1.85 7991 2.62 16830 2.95 2.54 -.22 -14.1 ScorpioT 20 N SBNA 1.69 6.9 25.03 23.40 3 24.66 12 24.90 24.66 -.14 -.8 ScorpT19 n N SBBC 26.51 24.62 1 25.61 6 25.61 25.54 -.03 +.7 Scotts N SMG 2.12 2.5 20 110.12 76.60 345 85.09 1571 87.75 85.00 -.59 -20.5 ScrippsEW Q SSP .05p 44 20.35 10.69 184 13.74 1670 14.40 13.71 -.20 -12.1 Scynexis Q SCYX 2.50 1.05 1056 1.93 12491 2.15 1.64 +.16 -16.8 Sea Ltd n N SE 17.19 10.06 932 15.91 8898 16.74 14.88 -.62 +19.4 SeaChange Q SEAC 4.03 2.40 119 3.12 342 3.35 3.10 -.20 -20.6 SbdCp A SEB 6.00 .2 13 4690.00 3747.00 0 3785.07 1 4000.00 3784.02 -174.90 -14.2 SeabGld g N SA 13.70 9.80 120 11.35 812 11.85 11.30 -.20 +.4sSeacstBkg Q SBCF 25 34.95 20.58 281 31.62 1136 34.95 31.48 -.51 +25.4 SeacorHld N CKH 59.00 33.46 83 53.59 690 56.96 52.66 -2.18 +15.9 SeacrMar N SMHI 25.00 11.66 27 23.11 179 23.38 22.45 -.04 +97.5 Seadrill n N SDRL 25.00 15.76 655 21.83 2675 23.05 21.50 +.30 +4.0 Seadrill N SDLP .40 10.4 4.20 2.60 131 3.85 1573 3.94 3.66 -.04 +5.2 SeagateT Q STX 2.52 4.3 15 62.70 30.60 1580 59.02 9162 59.66 56.82 +.43 +41.1 SealAir N SEE .64 1.5 21 49.94 40.76 1245 42.77 7304 43.25 42.40 +.04 -13.2 SeanrgM rs Q SHIP 1.66 .70 104 .93 424 .99 .90 -.02 -10.8 Seanrgy wtA Q SHIPW .35 .06 .22 +6.8 SearsHldgs Q SHLD 10.76 1.99 1076 2.26 3548 2.46 2.25 -.01 -36.9 SearsH&O Q SHOS 3.95 1.38 43 2.35 167 2.40 2.10 +.25 -9.6sSeaspan N SSW .50 5.2 15 10.72 5.50 844 9.59 5604 10.72 9.58 -.94 +42.1 Seaspn pfE N SSWpE 2.06 8.0 26.30 22.33 15 25.80 92 25.89 25.71 +.01 +3.9 Seaspan 19 N SSWN 1.59 6.3 26.01 25.08 21 25.27 87 25.63 25.25 +.15 -1.1sSeaspn pfD N SSWpD 1.99 7.8 25.47 21.35 15 25.42 78 25.47 25.27 +.13 +3.2 Seaspn pfH N SSWpH 25.41 21.15 29 25.22 237 25.32 25.11 -.03 +6.6sSeaspn pfG N SSWpG 25.99 21.98 13 25.87 83 25.99 25.78 +6.5sSeaspan n N SSWA 25.14 23.15 12 24.68 132 25.14 24.60 +.23 +1.5 SeaSpine n Q SPNE 14.31 8.76 16 12.83 108 13.27 12.57 -.25 +26.8sSeattGen Q SGEN 70.59 45.31 547 70.45 4041 70.94 68.24 +.78 +31.7 SeaWorld N SEAS 22.96 10.42 1383 21.82 8886 22.29 20.77 -.55 +60.8 SecndSight Q EYES 2.58 .90 98 1.78 746 1.85 1.69 +.01 -6.8 Secoo n Q SECO 14.75 6.61 386 11.20 3311 11.36 8.61 +2.23 +15.9 SecWkA A n Q SCWX 13.38 7.83 43 12.59 242 12.62 11.93 +.61 +41.9 SecNtl lf Q SNFCA .23t 3 6.24 4.05 4 5.24 37 5.43 5.10 -.11 +4.7sSelectBc lf Q SLCT 25 14.14 10.90 7 13.41 61 14.14 13.27 -.53 +6.1 SelEngS n N WTTR 21.96 11.22 822 15.44 3192 15.54 14.21 +.50 -15.4 SelIncREIT Q SIR 2.04 9.0 20 26.26 17.90 163 22.60 1223 23.19 22.47 -.53 -10.1 SelMedHld N SEM 13 19.78 15.20 227 18.90 1719 19.15 18.60 +.05 +7.1 SelectaB n Q SELB 24.02 7.95 217 13.33 1273 13.95 12.30 +.65 +35.9 SelectvIns Q SIGI .72 1.3 19 62.40 46.28 72 57.50 513 57.95 56.70 +1.00 -2.0 SelctIns 43 N SGZA 1.47 5.8 25.83 24.72 12 25.35 69 25.78 25.31 -.40 +.7 SemGroup N SEMG 1.89 7.8 30.95 20.20 579 24.30 3358 26.10 23.83 -1.55 -19.5 SemiMfg N SMI 18 9.14 4.49 170 6.24 1276 6.28 5.91 +.18 -27.1 SmLEDS rs Q LEDS 10.49 1.61 323 3.86 5529 6.25 3.86 -.34 +3.5 SempraEn N SRE 3.58 3.1 22 122.98 100.49 1748 116.51 14132 118.36 113.95 -1.27 +9.0 Sempra pfA N SREpA 107.00 95.95 44 102.67 2284 103.75 101.28 -1.06 +3.5 Semtech Q SMTC 62 51.90 31.30 541 50.15 1970 50.55 48.40 +1.10 +46.6 SendGrid n N SEND 32.03 17.50 1362 26.09 6668 27.05 24.21 -.02 +8.8 SenecaB Q SENEB 35.95 27.45 28.00 0 -17.6 SenecaA Q SENEA 36.60 26.45 11 27.55 87 29.55 27.50 -1.90 -10.4 SenesTc n Q SNES 5.88 .30 5967 1.63 8581 1.85 1.23 -.03 +126.4 SenHous Q SNH 1.56 8.6 12 20.27 14.86 1752 18.22 7095 18.78 18.21 -.52 -4.9 SenHous 42 Q SNHNI 1.41 5.7 25.67 22.48 10 24.75 77 25.52 24.61 +.10 -2.1 SenHous 46 Q SNHNL 1.56 5.9 27.31 24.97 5 26.27 26 26.54 26.01 -.29 -2.2tSenmiao n Q AIHS 8.91 4.61 27 4.61 136 5.41 4.55 -.69 -18.4 Senomyx Q SNMX 1.71 .56 14 1.19 126 1.21 1.13 -8.5 Sensient N SXT 1.32 1.9 24 84.98 65.56 457 71.11 1335 73.39 70.76 -1.39 -2.8 SensusHlt n Q SRTS 7.71 3.43 6 7.30 55 7.55 7.29 -.02 +41.5 SensusHl wt Q SRTSW 3.00 .41 .67 -4.3 SentEn n Q STNL 10.14 9.60 21 9.86 36 9.88 9.79 +.01 +1.1 SentEn un Q STNLU 10.98 9.66 7 10.10 29 10.14 10.05 +.01 +1.3 SequansC N SQNS 3.95 1.44 325 2.00 1078 2.12 1.99 -.10 +4.7 SeqentialB Q SQBG 3.56 1.36 102 1.98 503 2.04 1.87 -.03 +11.2 SeresTh n Q MCRB 17.42 6.65 69 8.75 427 9.35 8.59 -.46 -13.7 Seritage n N SRG 1.00 2.3 50.00 34.07 151 43.20 909 43.95 42.55 -.59 +6.8 Seritge pfA N SRGpA 1.75 7.4 24.52 20.02 2 23.75 26 23.95 23.40 +.25 -2.5 ServiceCp N SCI .68 1.8 24 40.28 33.12 1054 37.46 4418 37.78 36.60 +.97 +.4sServiceMst N SERV 36 61.54 38.88 645 61.78 3723 61.97 60.08 +1.34 +20.5sServcNow N NOW 194.81 103.00 1896 191.06 9249 194.81 181.10 +8.90 +46.5 SvcSource Q SREV 4.47 2.61 143 3.76 939 4.00 3.67 -.21 +21.7sServiFst s Q SFBS .44 1.0 22 44.95 32.54 74 42.66 346 44.95 42.27 -.61 +2.8 Servotr A SVT .16e 1.7 12.80 8.50 5 9.45 10 9.53 9.20 +.25 -15.1 SesenBio Q SESN 3.50 .62 265 2.00 3115 2.07 1.90 +.06 +146.6 SevStars h Q SSC 7.00 1.26 244 2.20 1835 2.49 1.90 +.01 -52.3 SevernBc Q SVBI .12 1.4 39 8.80 6.70 11 8.60 30 8.70 8.50 -.05 +18.5 ShakeShk n N SHAK 97 69.96 30.12 837 64.34 5587 65.45 62.63 +.08 +48.9 SharingE rs Q SEII 46 12.40 2.61 16 3.68 102 3.75 3.50 +.07 -51.5 Sharps Q SMED 5.73 3.46 1 3.77 68 3.85 3.55 +.01 -7.8sSharpSprg Q SHSP 11.34 3.07 115 11.78 602 11.83 8.80 +2.94 +167.5 ShawCm g N SJR 1.18 23.44 18.50 342 20.92 1936 20.98 20.61 +.30 -8.4 ShellMidst N SHLX 1.39f 6.1 20 31.19 19.42 547 22.89 2104 23.21 22.27 +.01 -23.2 ShndTele s Q SHEN .26f .8 41.80 28.00 75 32.80 666 34.75 32.10 -1.70 -3.0 Sherwin N SHW 3.44f .8 32 435.15 326.68 540 418.39 3149 422.79 411.35 +4.81 +2.0 ShiftPixy n Q PIXY 11.64 2.00 34063 4.62 35450 5.37 2.54 +2.03 +60.4 Shiloh Q SHLO 38 12.58 6.45 27 8.65 184 8.99 8.63 -.04 +5.5 Shineco n Q TYHT 4.60 1.31 93 1.45 764 1.90 1.39 -.37 -37.0 ShinhanFn N SHG 50.37 36.54 81 39.56 506 40.38 38.77 +.54 -14.7 ShipFin N SFL 1.40 9.6 15 15.98 12.80 572 14.65 4672 14.95 14.55 -5.5 Shire Q SHPG 1.05e .6 89 177.51 123.73 494 172.88 3378 173.89 169.84 +2.41 +11.4 ShoeCarnvl Q SCVL .32f 1.0 22 34.98 15.08 159 32.97 703 33.61 31.62 -.26 +23.3 Shopify n N SHOP 175.11 88.21 877 166.18 4488 168.20 154.24 +9.37 +64.5 ShoreBcsh Q SHBI .32f 1.7 19 20.09 15.74 13 18.85 79 19.83 18.57 -.77 +12.9sShotSpot n Q SSTI 43.82 9.33 107 41.34 761 43.82 38.00 +1.71 +194.2 Shutterfly Q SFLY 100.34 39.76 555 91.37 2912 92.21 88.27 +1.16 +83.7 Shutterstk N SSTK 42 52.78 29.85 158 51.16 899 51.62 48.88 +.17 +18.9tSibanyeG N SBGL .14r 6.2 6.50 2.25 3178 2.27 11261 2.47 2.23 -.08 -53.3 SiderurNac N SID 3.55 1.91 1002 2.05 11931 2.13 1.92 -16.3 SiebertFn Q SIEB .10a .7 21.61 3.60 55 15.07 201 15.10 12.37 +2.34 +11.6 SiennaBi n Q SNNA 29.25 13.37 18 16.90 101 17.75 16.15 -.78 -6.9sSientra Q SIEN 21.33 8.79 463 19.11 2432 21.33 18.88 -.98 +35.9 SierraBc Q BSRR .64 2.3 17 29.96 23.29 14 28.33 129 29.57 28.13 -.69 +6.7 SierraMt n A SMTS 3.00 2.13 90 2.57 261 2.62 2.49 +.02 +3.6 SierOnc g n Q SRRA 4.09 1.12 291 2.84 1170 3.09 2.83 -.15 -23.9 SierraWr Q SWIR 16 31.40 15.10 219 16.60 912 16.70 15.80 +.55 -18.8 Sifco A SIF 7.95 5.00 5.15 4 5.30 5.15 -22.6 SifyTech Q SIFY .02e .9 2.10 .40 30 2.00 351 2.09 1.97 +.02 +95.1 SigmaDsg Q SIGM 7.00 5.50 64 6.08 652 6.15 5.80 -.05 -12.6tSigmaL hn Q SGLB 4.48 .80 50 .84 766 .98 .80 -.05 -60.9 Sigmatr Q SGMA 15 11.61 5.26 3 7.69 62 7.95 7.10 +.20 -24.0 SignatBk Q SBNY 23 161.92 116.68 461 123.43 2381 133.61 122.81 -5.09 -10.1 SignetJwlrs N SIG 1.24f 2.1 77.94 33.11 1785 58.14 7074 60.81 58.10 -.86 +2.8 SilganHld s Q SLGN .40 1.5 16 32.43 26.26 541 27.04 2049 27.77 26.99 -.10 -8.0 SilcLtd Q SILC 1.00 2.5 18 77.95 32.00 26 39.25 115 39.62 37.76 +.25 -44.0 SilcnLab Q SLAB 95 110.70 67.95 158 103.90 832 105.80 102.10 -.25 +17.7 SilicnMotn Q SIMO 1.20 2.3 20 56.51 40.33 207 52.93 1443 54.01 51.02 +1.89 -.1 SilvrSun n Q SSNT .06e 5.22 2.90 8 3.92 57 4.06 3.18 -.15 -7.4 Silvrbow n N SBOW 34.76 19.89 19 30.68 123 31.16 29.11 +.90 +3.2 Silvercrest Q SAMG .56 3.4 23 17.40 11.85 15 16.45 57 16.80 16.25 -.20 +2.5 SlvrcpMt n A SVM .02 56 3.43 2.12 415 2.79 1919 2.82 2.68 +.05 +6.5 SimmnsFst s Q SFNC .60 2.0 19 33.45 24.98 288 29.65 1497 31.05 29.60 -.75 +3.9sSimonProp N SPG 7.80 4.5 23 173.63 145.78 987 171.69 5983 173.63 170.51 -1.30 Simon pfJ N SPGpJ 4.19 5.9 77.98 66.50 3 71.50 5 72.25 70.60 -.48 sSimplyGd n Q SMPL 17.48 10.93 990 17.22 10691 17.56 15.07 +2.07 +20.8 SimpsnM N SSD .88f 1.4 34 67.32 41.79 118 64.74 805 65.55 63.11 +.35 +12.8sSimulations Q SLP .24 1.3 38 23.95 12.71 168 18.05 1385 23.95 16.70 -3.85 +12.1 Sina Q SINA 43 124.60 79.69 286 84.07 2423 85.86 83.18 -.23 -16.2 Sinclair Q SBGI .72 2.2 13 40.15 26.50 776 32.95 5665 33.95 32.55 -.10 -12.9 SinoGlobl Q SINO 3.84 1.04 28 1.14 547 1.24 1.05 -.10 -55.5 SinopcShg N SHI 74.09 54.58 22 61.15 214 61.31 58.48 +2.38 +7.3 Sinovac h Q SVA 8.75 6.50 60 7.90 131 8.05 7.48 +.32 +.3 SiriusXM Q SIRI .04 .6 39 7.70 5.17 8986 7.10 58134 7.15 6.94 +.10 +32.5 Siteone n N SITE 79 95.49 48.19 189 86.10 1320 87.39 82.18 +2.69 +12.3tSitoMobl rs Q SITO 8.60 2.07 258 2.14 1293 2.59 2.07 -.29 -68.2 SixFlags N SIX 3.12 4.5 22 73.38 51.25 542 69.52 5188 71.87 64.37 -2.25 +4.4 Skechers s N SKX 16 43.08 23.90 4520 31.29 14562 31.71 30.38 +.29 -17.3 SkySolar Q SKYS 2.43 .82 10 1.03 48 1.18 1.02 -.01 -31.3 SkyWest Q SKYW .40 .7 16 60.65 31.75 124 54.90 742 55.45 52.85 +1.15 +3.4 SkywksSol Q SWKS 1.28 1.3 21 117.65 86.13 1118 99.60 6509 102.10 97.89 -.53 +4.9 SleepNmbr Q SNBR 21 40.72 27.44 526 30.11 1778 31.41 29.40 -.92 -19.9 Smart&Fnl N SFS 22 10.00 4.45 376 5.75 1370 5.95 5.45 +.05 -32.7sSmartFn rs Q SMBK 24 27.69 20.50 22 25.35 337 27.69 25.18 -1.62 +16.8 SmartSnd n Q SND 11.06 4.81 500 5.52 3582 5.91 5.17 +.06 -36.3 Smartsh n N SMAR 32.79 18.06 385 25.00 2246 25.72 22.51 +.96 +28.2 Smith&N N SNN .61e 1.7 63 40.41 33.72 247 36.01 1694 36.19 35.62 +.30 +2.9 SmithAO s N AOS .72 1.2 33 68.39 53.23 1015 60.23 5653 61.44 58.38 +.36 -1.7 SmthM hrs Q SMSI 3.41 .88 176 2.46 754 2.55 2.36 -.04 -13.4 Smucker N SJM 3.12 2.8 15 133.38 96.13 771 111.06 5301 112.69 107.57 -.68 -10.6 SnapInc A n N SNAP 21.22 10.50 12213 13.36 78421 14.14 13.05 -.17 -8.6 SnapOn N SNA 3.28 2.0 16 185.47 140.83 277 165.26 2062 166.50 162.71 +1.90 -5.2 SocCapH n N IPOA 10.85 9.85 2 10.00 341 10.03 9.98 -.9 SocCapH un N IPOA/U 11.58 10.02 1 10.51 135 10.75 10.27 -.06 -.8 SocilRltyA n Q SRAX 7.95 1.11 69 4.81 510 5.04 4.58 -.04 -14.8 SocQ&M N SQM .99e 2.0 64.20 35.05 430 48.57 2547 49.39 47.97 +.10 -18.2tSocketM n Q SCKT 4.50 2.23 5 2.41 85 2.52 2.23 -.03 -32.7 SodaStrm Q SODA 32 98.26 49.73 121 90.14 720 90.90 87.46 +2.81 +28.1 Sogou n N SOGO 15.50 7.91 2489 10.78 17695 11.36 10.00 +.02 -6.8 Sohu.cm h Q SOHU 70.86 26.70 36.26 -16.4tSol-Gel n Q SLGL 12.23 6.18 31 6.97 180 7.35 6.18 -.03 -34.9 Sol-Wind n N SLWD SolarCap Q SLRC 1.64 7.9 12 22.55 19.70 83 20.74 323 20.99 20.34 -.05 +2.6 SolarSCap Q SUNS 1.41 8.4 14 18.40 16.10 33 16.77 143 16.86 16.69 -.05 -5.6 SolarEdg n Q SEDG 26 70.74 20.70 492 54.40 3269 55.00 50.90 +.75 +44.9 SolarOilf n N SOI 23.98 11.04 366 14.40 2384 15.00 13.83 +.36 -32.7 SolenoTh rs Q SLNO 3.70 1.32 33 2.71 338 3.10 2.66 -.19 +50.6 SolidBio n Q SLDB 54.84 6.83 148 42.35 797 44.41 39.57 +.09 +87.2 Soligenix n Q SNGX 3.70 .91 44 1.05 839 1.23 1.02 -.00 -52.9 Solitario A XPL .88 .37 29 .43 431 .44 .40 -.01 -28.7 SonicAut N SAH .24 1.2 10 23.60 15.95 93 20.10 1342 21.75 19.55 -1.10 +8.9 SonicCorp Q SONC .64 1.8 23 36.49 22.11 605 35.35 3043 36.42 34.68 -.72 +28.6 SonicFdry Q SOFO 4.00 2.01 2 2.20 13 2.30 2.12 -.06 -26.9 SonocoP N SON 1.56 2.9 27 55.77 46.55 318 54.06 2257 54.52 53.32 +1.07 +1.7 SonomaPh Q SNOA 7.19 2.35 8 2.48 349 2.75 2.41 -.03 -54.5 SonyCp N SNE 53.91 36.25 870 53.31 4261 53.49 51.08 +3.73 +18.6 Sophiris Q SPHS 4.05 1.80 313 3.17 1185 3.20 2.93 +.22 +39.6 SorrentoTh Q SRNE 36 10.65 1.50 2158 7.10 9517 7.55 6.67 +.30 +86.8 Sothebys N BID .40 .7 18 60.16 42.78 128 56.35 789 57.30 55.27 +.13 +9.2 SotherlyH Q SOHO .48f 6.8 7.15 5.78 17 7.06 149 7.15 7.01 -.08 +9.5 SothrlyH pf Q SOHOB 2.00 7.9 27.32 24.75 1 25.35 11 25.49 25.20 -.15 -1.1 SthrlyH pf C Q SOHOO 1.97 7.7 25.98 24.50 0 25.45 5 25.50 25.35 +.14 +.4 SouMoBc s Q SMBC .44 1.1 18 41.49 30.48 5 39.40 34 40.00 38.64 -.51 +4.8sSoundFin Q SFBC .56f 1.4 23 39.00 29.75 4 39.75 7 40.00 38.80 +.75 +16.8 SourcC N SOR 1.00 2.5 42.97 38.63 6 40.40 42 40.94 39.96 +.47 -.9 SoJerInd s N SJI 1.12 3.3 29 36.41 25.96 350 33.65 2764 35.30 33.55 -1.62 +7.7 SouthState Q SSB 1.36f 1.6 24 94.50 78.60 68 86.10 434 90.05 86.10 -2.30 -1.2 SthcrssEn N SXE 3.19 1.40 103 1.55 1024 1.62 1.51 +.03 -8.3 SCEd pfB A SCEpB 1.02 4.8 25.00 20.36 21.21 8 21.40 21.08 -.25 -7.8 SCEd pfC A SCEpC 1.06 4.8 25.25 20.30 0 22.20 1 22.52 22.20 -.37 -6.4 SCEd pfD A SCEpD 1.08 4.9 26.43 20.92 2 22.10 6 22.59 21.57 -.84 -8.3 SCEd pfE A SCEpE 1.20 5.0 27.56 22.73 0 24.01 14 24.25 23.80 +.01 -5.5 SouthnCo N SO 2.40f 5.0 53 53.51 42.38 3508 47.96 30448 48.12 46.02 +.20 -.3 SouthCo 75 N SOJA 1.56 5.9 27.52 25.60 60 26.24 249 26.72 26.15 -.07 -2.8 SouthCo ef N SOJB 26.25 23.71 23 25.14 131 25.25 25.07 -.10 -2.2 SouthCo77 n N SOJC 1.31 5.3 25.78 23.25 47 24.70 372 24.85 24.67 -.07 -2.9 SthnCopper N SCCO .23e .5 38 58.09 34.52 1287 45.09 5399 46.69 44.10 -.70 -5.0 SthnFstBsh Q SFST 20 48.75 33.25 10 44.65 66 47.20 44.65 -2.15 +8.2 SoNatBcVa Q SONA .32 1.9 32 18.24 15.11 21 17.18 192 17.97 17.16 -.70 +7.2 SsdeBTX Q SBSI 1.20f 3.6 17 37.57 31.20 85 33.73 468 35.33 33.64 -.63 +.1 SwstAirl N LUV .64f 1.2 9 66.99 49.76 3392 53.09 22271 53.52 51.63 +.35 -18.9 SwtGas N SWX 2.08 2.6 25 86.87 62.54 223 79.72 1156 80.67 77.18 -.27 -.9 SwGA Fn A SGB .48f 2.2 16 26.04 18.50 1 21.84 2 22.04 21.65 +.01 -9.0 SwstnEngy N SWN 6 6.72 3.42 10125 5.38 81555 5.66 5.29 -.10 -3.6 SparkEn s Q SPKE .72 8.0 21.40 8.60 118 9.05 562 10.05 8.90 -1.00 -27.0 SparkEn pf Q SPKEP 2.19 9.4 27.49 21.90 11 23.31 32 23.73 23.11 -.41 -12.4 SprkNtSE wi A LOV 15.40 10.15 27 10.99 105 11.17 10.23 +.34 -13.1sSparkTh n Q ONCE 96.59 41.06 484 84.97 2768 96.59 83.67 -7.42 +65.2 SpartnMot Q SPAR .10 .7 27 19.45 8.53 112 15.20 1822 15.45 14.65 -.15 -3.5 SprtnNash Q SPTN .72 2.8 28.17 16.32 115 25.99 643 26.50 25.81 -.50 -2.6tSparton N SPA 18 23.46 16.16 89 16.58 952 19.71 16.16 -3.08 -28.1 SpdFosFr n N EFAX 77.82 67.00 2 69.64 6 70.39 69.25 -.15 -4.4 SpdDbShDu N STOT 49.99 47.00 1 48.85 27 48.95 48.72 +.11 -1.1 SpdEmFos N EEMX 76.80 61.90 3 64.38 7 64.53 63.39 +.49 -7.8 SpdDbEMk N EMTL 52.27 48.10 48.64 7 48.67 48.50 +.23 -3.4 SpecOpps N SPE 1.19e 2.3 16.20 14.48 11 14.99 55 15.15 14.93 +.01 +.7 SpcOpp pfB N SPEpB .88 3.4 26.54 24.48 1 25.72 2 25.72 25.60 +.09 -.5 SpectraEP N SEP 3.01f 8.4 10 46.47 29.89 591 35.68 3138 35.89 34.96 +.14 -9.8 SpectrmB N SPB 1.68 2.0 15 126.66 60.13 1181 82.95 2816 88.61 82.34 -3.91 -26.2sSpectPh Q SPPI 23.56 7.12 452 22.89 5689 23.56 21.99 +.75 +20.8 SpeedM N TRK .60 3.4 19 23.47 16.46 13 17.89 127 18.29 17.67 -.11 -5.2 SperoTh n Q SPRO 19.00 9.66 1293 12.14 2086 18.23 12.05 -4.75 +3.3 Sphr3D grs Q ANY 6.60 .32 766 .46 6038 .58 .38 +.03 -81.4 Spherix rs Q SPEX 3.03 .96 19 1.02 711 1.15 .99 +.01 -27.1 SpF LgCap n N FMDG 33.20 26.89 29.09 2 29.56 29.09 +.42 +3.8 SpinMedT n N FFIU 25.15 24.17 24.34 3 24.40 24.28 -.01 -1.9 Spire N SR 2.25 3.1 20 82.85 60.09 173 72.10 1113 74.35 71.90 -2.25 -4.1 SpiritAero N SPR .48f .6 19 105.20 58.40 878 86.55 4762 87.56 83.51 +1.73 -.8 SpiritAir N SAVE 17 48.81 30.32 1785 41.02 10928 41.17 35.72 +3.36 -8.5sSpirMTA n N SMTA 11.08 8.90 175 11.12 1208 11.19 10.55 +.18 +21.9 SpiritRltC N SRC .72 8.8 12 8.46 6.47 2081 8.21 27375 8.38 8.15 -.14 +6.8 SpiritR pfA N SRCpA 1.50 6.3 26.40 20.25 5 23.85 67 23.85 23.37 +.17 -4.0 SpirtTex n Q STXB 22.55 20.04 23 20.25 122 20.68 20.25 -.19 -7.3 Splunk Q SPLK 121.64 56.80 2309 105.85 10732 107.38 99.45 +4.47 +27.8 SpokHldgs Q SPOK .50 3.3 35 18.85 13.75 36 15.25 347 15.80 15.10 -.35 -2.6 SportsWhs Q SPWH 11 6.99 3.40 257 5.27 1185 5.30 4.97 +.11 -20.3sSpotify n N SPOT 189.97 135.51 1313 187.21 9748 189.97 172.81 +11.51 +25.6 SpragueRs N SRLP 2.61 10.4 14 29.00 21.80 8 25.05 73 25.60 24.60 -.30 +3.5 SprBkPh n Q SBPH 18.93 10.81 58 12.57 371 12.82 10.92 +.57 -6.5 Sprint N S 3 8.92 4.81 6746 5.66 39211 5.69 5.48 +.03 -3.9tSprottSilv N PSLV 6.85 5.75 208 5.78 981 5.92 5.75 -.07 -8.8 SprottFoc Q FUND .75e 9.5 8.39 7.26 27 7.89 518 7.94 7.80 +.04 -.4 SprottGold N PHYS 11.15 9.83 264 10.08 1470 10.26 10.06 -.11 -4.8 SprottPPP N SPPP 9.91 7.81 18 8.06 124 8.31 8.02 -.11 -13.7 Sprouts Q SFM 23 28.29 17.55 2359 22.29 7030 23.15 21.69 -.58 -8.5 Square n N SQ 69.40 23.44 7684 66.97 41747 67.50 64.12 +.53 +93.2 StaarSur Q STAA 34.00 9.88 207 32.45 833 32.70 31.45 +.10 +109.4 Staff360 rs Q STAF 5.70 1.14 1224 2.69 34901 5.65 1.80 +1.32 -14.6 STAG Indl N STAG 1.39 5.1 37 28.95 22.42 376 27.47 2454 27.88 27.25 -.36 +.5 STAG pfC N STAGpC 27.19 24.76 74 26.10 86 26.13 25.82 +.19 -.3 StageStrs N SSI .20 8.6 3.25 1.45 127 2.32 522 2.38 2.27 +38.1 Stamps.cm Q STMP 32 285.75 140.45 224 271.10 1012 279.35 265.01 +1.70 +44.2 SP Matls N XLB .98e 1.7 64.17 53.41 3462 58.58 31938 59.50 58.21 +.13 -3.2 SP HlthC N XLV 1.01e 1.2 91.79 77.82 6049 87.40 30942 87.59 86.22 +1.39 +5.7 SP CnSt N XLP 1.28e 2.4 58.95 48.76 14053 52.74 66939 52.80 51.96 +.52 -7.3sSP Consum N XLY 1.12e 1.0 112.62 87.89 5524 112.59 19776 112.77 110.75 +2.29 +14.1 SP Engy N XLE 2.04e 2.7 79.42 61.80 11423 76.26 65411 78.00 75.23 +.59 +5.5 SPDR Fncl N XLF .46e 1.7 30.33 23.79 64145 26.98 299651 27.39 26.70 +.31 -3.3 SP Inds N XLI 1.12e 1.5 80.96 66.95 18494 73.75 68311 73.90 72.36 +1.59 -2.5sSP Tech N XLK .78e 1.1 72.66 54.94 9258 72.54 54299 72.72 71.07 +1.48 +13.4 SpdrRESel N XLRE 34.02 29.17 2143 33.00 11573 33.33 32.80 -.28 +.2 SP Util N XLU 1.55e 3.0 57.23 47.37 10959 52.54 104912 53.17 50.89 -.63 -.3 Std AVB n Q STND 31.60 30.05 30.35 3 30.75 30.23 -.26 -2.3 StdMotor N SMP .84 1.8 27 54.73 40.56 62 47.32 391 49.35 47.20 -3.06 +5.4 Standex N SXI .72 .7 22 110.00 89.40 17 103.00 151 105.35 102.15 -1.40 +1.1 StanBlkDk N SWK 2.52 1.9 19 176.62 130.56 825 135.57 6377 138.49 132.17 +2.43 -20.1 StanB&D 52 N SWJ 1.44 5.6 26.10 24.88 20 25.84 155 26.00 25.71 -.15 +2.5tStanBlD un N SWP 128.00 104.21 9 106.40 246 110.49 104.21 -.35 -13.3 Stantec g N STN .55f 17 29.25 24.05 5 25.95 29 26.30 25.75 -7.2 StarBulk rs Q SBLK 14.60 8.62 293 12.87 1759 13.47 12.69 -.44 +14.3 StrBlk22 n Q SBLKZ 2.08 8.1 26.00 23.58 0 25.65 33 25.71 25.45 +.05 +1.3 StarGas N SGU .47f 4.8 15 11.35 8.74 15 9.76 146 9.84 9.49 +.05 -9.2 StarsGp g Q TSG 38.95 15.85 1004 36.20 5015 36.80 34.55 -.15 +55.4 Starbucks s Q SBUX 1.44f 2.8 24 61.94 47.37 21717 51.62 63316 51.65 49.21 +2.64 -10.1 Starret N SCX .40 6.2 21 9.40 5.80 1 6.50 19 6.70 6.40 -24.4 Startek N SRT 49 14.78 6.11 32 6.87 250 6.94 6.52 +.37 -31.1 StarwdPT N STWD 1.92 8.6 12 22.55 19.47 1481 22.25 9837 22.43 22.19 -.07 +4.2 StatAutF Q STFC .40 1.3 34.31 22.11 27 30.90 138 31.20 30.04 +.53 +6.1 StateBkFn Q STBZ .80 2.4 21 35.99 25.41 202 32.97 1174 34.46 32.83 -.29 +10.5 StateStr N STT 1.68 1.8 16 114.27 89.25 1814 92.44 8788 94.86 91.87 -.31 -5.3sStateSt pfC N STTpC 25.57 24.01 16 25.27 153 25.57 25.24 -.22 +.3 StateSt pfD N STTpD 28.96 26.00 47 27.35 285 27.74 27.23 -.26 -.4 StaStCp pfG N STTpG 28.45 25.50 14 26.32 370 26.47 26.13 -.21 -2.9 StateSt pfE N STTpE 27.16 25.47 17 26.38 173 26.72 26.27 -.27 -.3 SteadyM n Q STDY 10 6.80 2.60 12 4.60 169 4.70 4.60 -.08 +24.3 StealthGas Q GASS 16 4.70 2.90 12 3.78 313 4.15 3.70 -.24 -13.4 SteelCon Q STCN 2.90 1.46 10 2.06 147 2.14 2.02 +.01 -17.3 StlDynam Q STLD .75 1.6 19 52.10 32.20 1038 47.27 6137 47.70 46.22 +.88 +9.6tSteelPtrs N SPLP .38p 8 20.70 16.35 4 16.65 58 16.75 16.35 +.10 -14.8 SteelPr pfA N SPLPpA 22.59 19.75 47 22.30 399 22.34 20.71 +1.94 +5.4 Steelcse N SCS .54f 3.8 15.90 12.50 342 14.05 2726 14.40 13.75 -.20 -7.6 SteinMart s Q SMRT .30 13.9 4.04 .48 159 2.16 1116 2.26 2.10 +.06 +86.2 StellrAcq n Q STLR 10.49 10.00 0 10.43 0 10.44 10.43 +.03 +2.2 StellusCap N SCM 1.36 10.5 11 14.29 11.07 71 12.92 319 13.11 12.71 -.02 -1.7 StellCap22 N SCA 1.44 5.8 25.39 24.78 3 24.94 25 25.09 24.87 -.01 -1.5 StemlineTh Q STML 20.55 7.30 272 16.20 772 17.60 16.15 -1.10 +3.8 Stepan N SCL .82 1.0 20 92.97 68.09 41 80.53 485 81.55 79.21 +.89 +2.0 Stericycle Q SRCL 83.25 56.64 924 68.86 4990 68.92 66.07 +2.90 +1.3 Stericyc pf Q SRCLP 5.25 10.1 68.36 43.93 16 51.73 167 52.32 49.69 +2.15 -2.3sSteris plc N STE 1.24 1.1 28 110.50 81.47 300 110.38 1333 111.03 108.66 +1.76 +26.2 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 17 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 67

SterlingBc N STL .28 1.2 14 26.50 21.00 1400 22.90 9011 24.65 22.90 -1.20 -6.9 SterlBc pfA N STLpA 26.74 25.65 6 26.25 45 26.29 26.08 +.01 -.3 SterlBcp n Q SBT .04 .3 14.98 12.00 16 13.46 146 13.92 13.43 -.34 +6.0 SterlCons Q STRL 24 18.90 9.42 137 13.89 960 13.95 13.06 +.45 -14.7 SMadden Q SHOO .80 24 55.50 37.25 323 52.15 1848 54.30 51.83 -1.60 +11.7 Stewrdshp Q SSFN .12 1.1 14 12.75 8.50 9 10.95 20 11.30 10.95 -.24 +6.8 StewInfo N STC 1.20 2.8 29 47.37 34.48 51 43.40 263 44.24 43.31 -.50 +2.6 StifelFin N SF .48f .9 16 68.76 44.44 259 51.66 1809 54.29 51.33 -.89 -13.3 Stifel pfA N SFpA 1.56 6.0 27.73 24.50 23 26.18 1192 26.30 25.90 -.05 -3.3 Stif 47 ef N SFB 26.20 23.25 3 24.64 38 24.74 24.51 -.06 -1.2sStitchFix n Q SFIX 34.71 14.48 2747 32.99 22204 34.71 30.66 +.58 +27.7 StockYBc s Q SYBT .92 2.4 19 41.90 31.90 69 38.25 245 39.55 38.15 -.75 +1.5 StoneHEM N EDF 2.16 16.0 17.31 12.80 77 13.54 451 13.81 13.53 +.15 -14.9 StonHEmM N EDI 1.81 13.9 16.45 12.63 38 13.02 215 13.21 12.96 +.24 -16.4 StoneCastle Q BANX 1.52 6.7 17 24.92 20.00 14 22.78 70 22.97 22.55 -.01 +13.1 StoneMor N STON 1.32 27.7 9.15 4.61 108 4.76 694 5.77 4.65 -.94 -27.4 Stonerdg N SRI 24 37.69 14.94 133 34.65 1067 36.54 33.75 -1.06 +51.6 StoreCap N STOR 1.24 4.5 23 28.05 21.59 868 27.58 5099 28.02 27.45 -.38 +5.9 StrataS rs Q SSKN 2.81 1.06 83 1.88 1005 1.97 1.68 +.07 +52.8 Stratasys Q SSYS 25.35 17.17 309 20.47 2964 21.22 19.70 -.14 +2.6 StratALL36 N GJT .29 1.4 21.85 19.35 2 21.30 2 21.36 21.20 +.01 +6.5 Strat D35 N GJP .74 3.3 23.69 21.85 0 22.67 3 23.06 22.67 -.48 -1.2 StratGS33 N GJS .32 1.5 21.52 19.16 7 21.18 8 21.18 20.85 +.28 +4.6 StratNWS95 N GJV 1.75 6.7 26.72 25.05 0 25.95 6 25.97 25.66 +.22 +.3 StratPG34 N GJR .27 1.2 23.46 20.93 0 22.25 0 22.25 22.25 +.40 +1.0 StratUSM N GJH .64 6.7 10.35 9.37 1 9.51 12 9.59 9.51 -.07 -5.4 StratWMT N GJO .22 .9 23.36 21.72 22.68 1 22.93 22.66 -.21 +1.9 Strattec Q STRT .56 1.9 17 49.20 29.70 27 30.00 57 32.29 29.92 -1.60 -31.1 StratusPrp Q STRS 1.00e 53 35.90 27.25 1 30.25 12 31.55 29.70 -1.40 +1.9sStrayer Q STRA 1.00 .8 35 121.27 76.40 22 119.51 422 121.27 117.69 +1.11 +33.4 StreamHlth Q STRM 2.82 .92 9 1.43 32 1.45 1.41 -.02 -15.4 StrgbrBio n Q SBBP 9.25 5.20 372 5.50 1270 5.80 5.43 -.15 -24.1 Stryker N SYK 1.88 1.1 30 179.84 137.70 537 174.30 3159 174.87 172.48 +1.19 +12.6 SturmRug N RGR 1.28f 2.3 19 64.55 43.00 101 55.75 624 59.05 55.53 -.95 -.2 SubPpne N SPH 2.40 10.3 33 27.05 21.85 127 23.21 681 23.60 23.06 -.31 -4.2 SumitMitsu N SMFG 9.67 7.33 1356 7.60 4738 7.82 7.58 -.06 -12.5 SummerInf Q SUMR 2.25 .72 1 1.36 259 1.46 1.34 -.01 -9.3 SumFWV Q SMMF .52 2.0 14 28.16 20.93 9 26.41 34 27.48 26.31 -.79 +.3 SummitHtl N INN .72 5.0 13 18.52 12.77 475 14.32 2982 14.76 14.11 -.42 -6.0 SummtH pfD N INNpD 1.61 6.5 27.58 23.50 4 24.69 12 24.75 24.53 +.11 -3.2 SumHP pfE N INNpE 26.25 22.82 16 24.16 236 24.85 23.84 +.20 -5.9 SumtMtls n N SUM .29t 25 34.06 24.49 1619 26.67 5605 27.16 26.45 -.19 -15.2 SummitMP N SMLP 2.30 14.2 24.75 13.10 114 16.25 559 16.65 16.10 -.15 -20.7 SmtStB s Q SSBI .48 3.1 22 16.05 11.65 0 15.66 8 16.00 15.45 -.04 +24.3 SumTher n Q SMMT 16.86 2.17 231 2.41 2539 3.14 2.36 -.11 -78.2sSunCmts N SUI 2.84f 2.9 99.74 80.12 329 99.29 1677 99.97 97.30 +.02 +7.0 SunHydrl Q SNHY .36 .7 42 70.83 40.86 71 50.22 506 52.37 49.00 -.35 -22.4 SunLfFn g N SLF 1.90f 44.50 36.07 229 40.42 1993 40.71 39.89 +.14 -2.0 SunCokeE N SXC .99e 7 14.32 8.20 180 13.01 1807 13.91 12.57 -.79 +8.5 SunCokeEn N SXCP 1.60m 10.6 9 21.95 14.70 24 15.05 310 15.45 15.00 +.15 -13.8sSuncor g N SU 1.44 42.05 28.00 2553 41.91 15999 42.06 40.79 +.76 +14.1 SundEng n Q SNDE 9.59 3.61 3 5.58 66 5.67 5.40 +.16 -6.1 SunesisP rs Q SNSS 7.69 1.82 134 2.43 1459 2.59 2.07 +.32 -34.1 SunlOnl n N STG 14.08 6.80 98 8.45 444 8.45 7.59 +.28 -23.9 SunLink A SSY 2.08 1.25 5 1.47 575 2.02 1.35 -.05 -7.5 SunocoLP N SUN 3.30 13.0 74 33.11 24.46 122 25.32 1090 25.66 24.86 +.43 -10.8 SunOpta Q STKL 10.05 6.27 139 8.45 1296 9.05 8.40 -.45 +9.0 SunPower Q SPWR 11.70 6.46 866 7.84 5283 8.04 7.81 -.03 -7.0sSunrun n Q RUN 14 16.10 4.21 1537 15.75 10814 16.10 15.17 +.26 +166.9 SunstnHtl N SHO .20 1.2 19 17.60 14.09 774 16.86 6431 17.08 16.54 -.11 +2.0 SunstHt pfE N SHOpE 27.22 24.65 1 25.89 10 25.89 25.45 +.37 -.9 SunstHt pfF N SHOpF 1.61 6.4 26.98 23.60 25.30 248 25.35 25.05 +.16 -2.2 SunTrst N STI 1.60 2.4 14 73.37 51.96 5781 67.64 16593 69.93 67.32 +.29 +4.7 SunTr pfA N STIpA 1.50 6.3 25.83 23.37 45 23.97 249 24.71 23.83 -1.02 -2.5 Sunworks n Q SUNW 2.14 .90 72 1.07 250 1.15 1.05 -.01 +1.9 SuperMicro Q SMCI 17 27.90 16.10 229 24.00 1323 24.95 23.65 -.15 +14.7 SuperCom Q SPCB 4.95 1.53 458 2.14 1140 2.15 1.82 +.13 -45.3 SupercdT rs Q SCON 1.77 .85 41 .90 374 .97 .88 -.03 -17.5 SupDrillg A SDPI 2.33 .59 22 1.81 173 1.95 1.81 -.06 +23.1 SupEnrgy N SPN .32 3.3 12.73 7.66 2252 9.70 13033 10.53 9.34 -.12 +.7tSupGpCos s Q SGC .38 1.9 18 28.85 18.80 14 20.26 80 20.71 18.80 -.43 -24.1 SuperiorInd N SUP .36 2.0 27 20.95 12.70 56 17.65 452 18.40 17.50 -.05 +18.9 Supernus Q SUPN 38 61.25 33.30 449 51.70 2797 54.25 49.75 -.70 +29.7 Supvalu rs N SVU 11 26.18 13.60 615 21.93 2988 22.64 20.83 -.50 +1.5 supprt.cm rs Q SPRT 3.15 2.01 7 2.77 45 2.90 2.73 -.06 +14.5 SurfaceOn n Q SURF 18.18 12.08 155 16.19 1746 17.95 15.76 -.82 +21.5 SurgPtrs n Q SGRY 21.90 7.10 237 15.30 898 16.30 15.10 -.10 +26.4sSurmodic Q SRDX 59.32 24.25 90 59.85 325 59.90 57.10 +1.80 +113.8sSuthrlAs n N SLD 1.52 9.2 16.70 13.55 18 16.50 219 16.70 16.40 -.05 +8.9sSuthrAsM23 N SLDA 1.75 6.7 26.34 24.58 1 26.25 42 26.34 26.20 +.20 +2.3 SwEBioFu23 N FUE 8.47 6.00 4 6.00 4 6.23 6.00 -.21 -14.3tSwEGrain23 N GRU 4.25 3.22 3.24 9 3.42 3.22 -.14 -3.2 SwRCmETR N RJN 3.72 1.87 5 3.20 33 3.32 3.14 -.05 +14.5 SwRCmMTR N RJZ 9.20 7.79 8.05 6 8.28 8.01 -.17 -9.9tSwRCmATR N RJA 6.57 5.79 15 5.84 275 5.98 5.79 -.15 -2.7 SwERCmTR N RJI 5.96 4.80 42 5.49 229 5.67 5.44 -.14 +1.7 SwisHelv N SWZ .64e .2 13.74 12.01 18 12.61 66 12.61 12.41 +.19 -1.2 Switch n N SWCH .03e 20.45 11.85 476 12.70 2335 12.82 12.35 +.29 -30.2 SykesEnt Q SYKE 53 34.49 25.77 119 30.48 608 31.00 30.17 -.08 -3.1 Symantec lf Q SYMC .30 1.4 10 34.20 18.85 4561 21.67 27214 21.93 21.18 +.39 -22.8 Synacor Q SYNC 3.95 1.35 67 2.00 223 2.05 1.95 -13.0 Synalloy Q SYNL .13m .6 21.35 10.30 10 20.75 76 21.15 20.10 +.70 +54.9 Synaptics Q SYNA 57.32 33.73 400 50.55 2450 52.16 49.67 -.30 +26.6 Synchrony N SYF .60 1.8 12 40.59 28.33 9827 32.44 35711 35.01 32.11 -1.26 -16.0 SyndaxP n Q SNDX 15.20 6.61 259 7.31 1474 7.55 6.92 -.02 -16.6 SyneosH h Q SYNH 59.80 31.10 322 49.40 2906 50.28 48.40 +1.10 +13.3 SynrgyPh Q SGYP 4.61 1.43 2006 1.90 8693 2.00 1.83 -.03 -14.8 Synlogic rs Q SYBX 23.00 8.73 129 11.50 493 11.68 10.63 +.48 +18.6 Synnex N SNX 1.40 1.4 13 141.94 93.87 214 100.47 1373 104.27 99.31 -2.51 -26.1 Synopsys Q SNPS 45 94.80 73.04 642 91.41 4842 91.67 87.75 +3.23 +7.2 SynovusFn N SNV 1.00 1.9 19 57.40 40.27 741 52.76 3743 55.10 52.33 -.83 +10.1sSyntel Q SYNT 15.00e 18 39.53 16.03 1474 38.00 5943 39.53 36.22 +2.09 +65.3 Synthes rs Q SES 4.71 2.00 44 2.87 80 3.22 2.79 -.29 +1.1 SynthBiol A SYN 1.05 .19 378 .22 2782 .25 .21 -.01 -57.5 Sypris Q SYPR .08 5.1 1.90 1.25 4 1.58 95 1.70 1.55 -.04 +14.5 SyrosPhar n Q SYRS 24.38 6.30 83 12.32 458 12.61 11.51 +.72 +26.6sSysco N SYY 1.44 2.0 28 69.94 48.92 1552 70.74 8063 70.83 68.97 +1.36 +16.5sSystemax N SYX .22 .6 38 40.04 17.33 97 39.66 524 40.09 35.41 +4.20 +19.2T -:T-MobileUS Q TMUS 24 66.52 54.60 3079 61.68 13929 61.81 59.81 +.54 -2.9 TAL Educ s N TAL 47.63 20.56 1713 38.60 11909 39.72 37.02 +.49 +29.9tTAT Tch h Q TATT .34e 4.5 17 11.65 7.20 7.48 10 7.64 7.20 -.12 -28.8 TC PpLn N TCP 2.60m 9.6 9 59.30 22.64 149 27.22 1438 27.67 25.40 +1.48 -48.7 TCF Fncl N TCF .60 2.4 16 27.34 14.58 1092 24.73 5940 25.89 24.35 -.28 +20.6 TCF Fn wt N TCF/WS 5.45 .91 5.30 +34.4 TCF deo pfC N TCFpD 26.06 23.92 25 24.91 175 24.99 24.76 -.03 -3.2 TCG BDC n Q CGBD 1.48a 8.6 11 20.30 16.73 145 17.16 691 17.31 17.04 +.05 -14.4 TCP Cap Q TCPC 1.44 9.9 11 17.03 13.72 180 14.61 914 14.78 14.48 -.06 -4.4 TCW Strat N TSI .21 3.7 6.16 5.34 104 5.54 394 5.58 5.44 +.07 -5.6 TD Ameritr Q AMTD .84 1.5 32 63.01 41.88 1491 55.07 9373 56.47 54.16 +.26 +7.7 TDH Hld n Q PETZ 31.75 3.17 136 5.27 330 5.67 5.06 -.32 -6.6 TE Connect N TEL 1.76f 1.9 26 108.23 77.15 1005 91.85 6153 93.67 91.13 +.63 -3.4 TESSCO Q TESS .80 4.6 34 24.85 12.15 20 17.35 62 17.60 16.47 +.05 -13.9 TFS Fncl Q TFSL .68 4.3 53 16.62 14.32 125 15.91 640 16.21 15.86 -.12 +6.5 TG Thera Q TGTX 17.35 7.25 661 13.45 3878 14.05 12.95 -.50 +64.0 THL Credit Q TCRD 1.08 13.3 8 10.25 7.70 45 8.14 417 8.32 8.08 +.01 -10.1 THL Crd21 N TCRX 26.31 25.07 25.42 3 25.53 25.38 -.02 +.8 THLCred22 N TCRZ 1.69 6.6 26.98 25.40 25.60 6 25.62 25.43 +.13 -1.3 THLCSenL N TSLF 1.32 7.6 18.21 16.30 17 17.34 70 17.39 17.12 +.10 +2.8 TIM Part N TSU .28e 1.6 23.12 15.10 1500 17.48 5197 17.66 16.63 +.49 -9.5 TJX N TJX 1.56 1.6 22 96.82 66.44 2188 95.33 16136 96.15 94.19 -.22 +24.7 TMSR Gl s Q TMSR 92 6.37 3.55 0 4.12 2 4.14 3.67 +.39 -17.3 TOP Shi rs Q TOPS 396.00 .69 439 .96 3350 1.06 .94 -.07 -61.8sTPG Pace n N TPGE 11.65 9.67 1139 11.59 9519 11.65 10.89 +.62 +19.0 TPG Pac n N TPGH 10.10 9.67 0 9.97 9 10.01 9.93 -.05 +2.5 TPG RE n N TRTX 1.72f 8.4 25 21.05 18.22 99 20.49 617 20.69 20.36 -.10 +7.6 TPG SpLnd N TSLX 1.56 8.6 8 21.74 17.00 272 18.20 918 18.33 18.01 +.06 -8.1sTPI Co n Q TPIC 32.19 16.35 126 31.03 1552 32.19 29.49 +1.09 +51.7 TSR Inc Q TSRI 41 9.40 3.80 3 7.35 20 7.40 7.05 +.10 +41.3 TTEC Hl Q TTEC .54f 1.5 34 43.75 29.70 24 35.30 204 36.45 34.73 -.75 -12.3 TTM Tch Q TTMI 41 19.62 12.76 265 18.20 2716 18.62 17.85 +.16 +16.1sTableauA N DATA 109.28 61.81 487 108.77 2666 109.39 102.09 +6.09 +57.2 Tabula n Q TRHC 70.15 12.63 153 66.61 1568 69.80 63.95 -1.80 +137.5 TactSys n Q TCMD 57.60 22.72 120 53.07 938 57.59 52.45 -3.01 +83.1 TahoeRes N TAHO .24 4.9 7.00 3.76 1727 4.86 9050 5.11 4.86 -.09 +1.5 TailorBr N TLRD .72 3.2 12 35.94 9.81 1765 22.29 7148 25.64 22.16 -3.00 +2.1 Taitron h Q TAIT .10 5.5 2.89 1.22 17 1.82 361 2.20 1.75 -.32 +8.3 Taiwan N TWN 22.25 19.25 12 20.23 72 20.23 19.63 +.76 -3.1 TaiwSemi N TSM .73e 1.9 17 46.57 34.55 4947 37.77 31957 38.04 36.90 +.50 -4.7 TakeTwo Q TTWO 129.25 73.82 947 126.35 6512 126.75 119.31 +2.91 +15.1 Takung n A TKAT 38 5.05 1.19 3 1.52 74 1.78 1.30 +.21 -39.4 Talend n Q TLND 64.55 35.46 134 62.60 1153 62.80 60.19 +2.02 +67.0 TallgELP n N TEGP 1.95f 9.1 28.94 17.14 1085 21.47 5433 22.45 21.10 -.91 -16.6 TalosEn rs N TALO 40.16 18.95 40 33.19 374 35.77 33.03 -.88 +3.2 StneEn wt A SGY/WS 7.50 1.85 7.21 +44.2sTandmD rs Q TNDM 26.24 2.14 2111 25.89 9959 26.24 22.46 +2.84 +997.0 TandyLthr Q TLF 12 9.00 6.79 2 7.78 14 7.80 7.40 +.21 +.4 TangerFac N SKT 1.40f 6.0 12 27.88 19.86 722 23.47 4182 24.25 23.45 -.75 -11.5tTantech n Q TANH 4.54 1.10 548 1.39 6610 2.88 1.10 -1.44 -46.1 TanzRy g A TRX .68 .24 285 .48 1043 .50 .44 +.01 +72.7 Taoping h Q TAOP 5.20 .84 28 1.29 423 1.33 1.20 -12.8 Tapestry N TPR 1.35 2.9 29 55.50 38.70 1912 46.53 11770 46.87 44.17 -.27 +5.2 Tapimmu n Q TPIV 13.55 2.58 274 10.40 782 10.76 9.04 +.28 +165.3 Tarena Q TEDU .28e 3.4 21.70 7.11 115 8.33 792 8.53 7.74 +.37 -44.4sTargaRes N TRGP 3.64 7.0 52.08 39.59 2547 52.26 9363 52.54 49.97 +2.42 +7.9 TargaR pfA N NGLSpA 2.25 8.4 27.35 25.82 5 26.93 30 27.24 26.92 -.22 +1.7 Target N TGT 2.56f 3.3 14 79.59 50.04 2959 77.72 17088 78.48 75.98 +.93 +19.1 TaroPhrm N TARO 12 128.46 93.01 24 115.73 162 117.76 114.75 +.93 +10.5 Taseko A TGB 2.46 1.00 439 1.04 2321 1.12 1.01 -.04 -55.4 TataMotors N TTM 36.19 18.90 1927 19.21 5935 20.35 19.16 -.68 -41.9 Taubmn N TCO 2.62f 4.4 21 66.61 44.78 322 59.48 2529 60.38 59.38 -.53 -9.1 Taub pfJ N TCOpJ 1.63 6.4 25.58 23.61 6 25.25 14 25.29 25.13 +.05 +.5 Taub pfK N TCOpK 1.56 6.3 26.16 22.72 2 24.95 11 25.00 24.83 +.06 -1.1 TaylrDv Q TAYD 23 15.14 9.70 77 10.76 87 11.85 9.99 +.41 -19.8 TaylorMH N TMHC 13 28.42 19.66 740 21.17 4761 21.61 20.83 -.06 -13.5 Team N TISI 24.80 10.45 360 21.05 2853 24.15 20.68 -2.45 +41.3 TechData h Q TECD 27 111.10 75.31 272 85.51 1323 86.51 82.02 +2.41 -12.7 TechComm Q TCCO 15.40 3.80 12 4.40 55 4.80 4.35 -.35 -61.6 Technip N FTI .13 18 35.00 24.53 3174 30.94 17229 32.07 30.34 +.30 -1.2sTechTarg Q TTGT 31.77 9.11 357 31.02 2522 32.42 27.93 +.44 +122.8 TeckRes g N TECK .16e 30.80 17.32 2187 24.63 12916 25.68 23.95 -.39 -5.9 Tecnoglass Q TGLS .56 6.2 21 9.88 5.50 2 9.00 38 9.03 8.53 +.31 +22.4 Tecogen Q TGEN 4.20 2.05 4 3.42 72 3.73 3.41 -.24 +26.7 Teekay N TK .22 2.9 10.90 6.35 904 7.46 4560 8.02 7.44 -.35 -20.0 TeekLNG N TGP .56 3.4 83 21.65 15.80 172 16.50 888 17.05 16.28 -.20 -18.1 TeekLN pfA N TGPpA 2.25 8.8 26.36 24.20 9 25.61 57 25.66 25.32 +.07 +1.4 TeekOffsh N TOO .04m 1.6 84 3.12 2.14 192 2.53 1312 2.65 2.49 -.11 +7.2 TeekOf pfA N TOOpA 1.81 8.0 24.49 14.95 10 22.74 85 23.19 22.09 +.04 -1.5 TeekOf pfB N TOOpB 2.13 8.6 26.00 16.68 8 24.60 60 24.65 24.11 +.07 -1.0sTeekOf pfE N TOOpE 2.22 8.9 25.20 24.06 11 25.07 129 25.20 24.89 +.17 +.1 TeekayTnk N TNK .21 18.8 16 1.95 .96 325 1.12 3620 1.22 1.12 -.08 -20.0 Tegna N TGNA .28 2.3 7 15.60 10.00 2093 11.95 14264 12.49 11.52 +.30 -15.1 TejonRnch N TRC 26.25 18.59 19 24.19 264 24.44 24.01 -.02 +16.5 TeklaHlth N HQH 1.92e 8.5 26.29 20.36 124 22.59 632 22.72 22.39 +.12 +.2 TeklaHcrOp N THQ 1.35a 7.6 19.00 16.02 115 17.72 589 17.80 17.36 +.29 +1.1 TeklaLfSci N HQL 1.95e 9.8 22.24 18.01 59 20.00 335 20.03 19.64 +.28 +1.9 TeklaWH n N THW 1.40 10.5 15.29 12.47 99 13.36 684 13.44 13.12 +.16 -1.8 TelInstEl A TIK 44 6.35 2.05 2 3.05 73 3.75 2.95 -.70 +17.3sTeladoc n N TDOC 65.75 27.35 1088 66.10 6286 67.85 61.45 +2.75 +89.7 Telaria n N TLRA 5.30 3.42 94 4.04 1192 4.18 4.00 -.13 +.2 TlcmArg N TEO .71e 3.8 40.19 17.00 139 18.48 1139 18.98 17.95 +.43 -49.5tTelItalia N TI 11.28 7.01 235 7.00 875 7.63 6.69 -.63 -18.9tTelItaliaA N TI/A .30e 4.9 9.60 6.13 39 6.18 212 6.77 6.12 -.59 -14.3 Teledyne N TDY 33 214.32 131.23 130 207.76 623 208.13 199.53 +7.23 +14.7 Teleflex N TFX 1.36 .5 34 288.78 197.72 149 275.68 719 280.61 274.37 +1.40 +10.8 TelefBrasil N VIV .64e 5.5 13 17.33 11.20 3699 11.54 9063 11.92 11.44 -.07 -22.2 TelefEsp N TEF 1.20e 13.5 11.58 8.41 580 8.83 5713 9.09 8.81 -.24 -8.8 Telenav Q TNAV 8.55 4.50 111 5.50 250 5.70 5.30 +.05 TelData N TDS .64 2.5 8 29.87 23.54 583 25.68 4089 29.09 25.03 -2.95 -7.6 TelData45 N TDI 1.66 6.4 26.61 23.29 2 26.07 25 26.21 25.73 -.14 +2.0 TelData 61 N TDA 1.47 5.9 25.64 23.11 6 25.08 60 25.19 24.84 +.05 +.7 TelData60 N TDJ 1.75 6.9 26.46 23.95 7 25.44 69 25.54 25.30 -.04 +.6 TelData59 N TDE 1.72 6.7 26.21 24.26 15 25.84 58 25.84 25.61 +.01 +2.1 Teligent Q TLGT 9.27 2.43 168 3.83 1195 3.98 3.70 -.08 +5.5 Tellurian rs Q TELL 13.74 6.45 1252 8.00 4494 8.89 7.89 -.61 -17.9 Telus gs N TU 2.10 38.50 34.22 244 36.48 1386 36.53 35.75 +.49 -3.7 TmpDrgn N TDF 4.00e 2.3 24.65 19.87 37 21.15 242 21.28 20.85 +.30 -1.7 TmpEMF N EMF 1.28e 2.1 18.00 14.17 43 14.72 223 14.93 14.64 +.03 -10.3 TmpEMI N TEI .80a 7.6 11.98 10.18 137 10.47 780 10.54 10.33 +.10 -6.3 TmpGlb N GIM .30 4.9 6.77 6.09 398 6.17 1401 6.17 6.11 +.05 -4.5 TempurSly N TPX 14 68.05 41.10 1126 51.82 5538 52.12 47.14 +.43 -17.3 Tenaris N TS .69e 1.8 40.64 25.91 960 37.56 7273 39.04 36.81 -.12 +17.9 TenaxTh rs Q TENX 15.50 4.41 3 6.56 77 7.20 6.37 +.13 -33.1 TenetHlth N THC 38.81 12.25 765 34.24 4872 36.33 33.93 -1.17 +125.9 Tengsco A TGC 2.47 .55 585 1.20 4332 1.34 .96 +.23 +49.9 Tennant N TNC .84 1.1 82.20 59.00 43 79.30 281 81.60 77.95 -.50 +9.2 Tenneco N TEN 1.00 2.3 7 65.59 41.78 421 43.69 3253 46.08 42.76 -1.00 -25.4 TVA 28 N TVC .96 4.0 25.97 23.29 15 24.00 50 24.17 23.90 -.14 -4.4 TVA 29 N TVE .84 3.5 26.98 23.22 11 23.76 54 23.88 23.61 -.06 -5.0 Teradata N TDC 26 44.27 28.33 881 43.01 5259 43.41 41.78 +1.17 +11.8 Teradyn N TER .36 .9 30 50.68 31.20 1661 39.58 10936 40.76 38.77 +.06 -5.5 Terex N TEX .40 .9 40 50.17 35.30 1702 45.15 7357 45.23 42.93 +2.42 -6.4 Ternium N TX 1.10e 3.1 11 42.43 26.37 252 35.14 1227 36.49 34.60 -.11 +11.2 TerraNitro N TNH 5.15e 6.1 10 89.60 75.20 83.96 +5.2 TerrFmP lf Q TERP 2.13e 19.5 14.20 9.55 976 10.93 3778 11.99 10.87 -.93 -8.6 TerrenoRlt N TRNO .88 2.3 34 39.27 31.56 548 37.60 2993 37.94 37.02 +.02 +7.2 TerritBcp Q TBNK .80a 2.6 16 33.00 28.12 12 30.81 44 31.94 30.80 -.72 -.2 Tesaro Q TSRO 139.47 38.40 950 44.90 4970 46.27 43.40 -.27 -45.8 Tesla Inc Q TSLA 389.61 244.59 5867 318.87 33743 327.68 308.00 +9.97 +2.4sTetraTc Q TTEK .48f .8 24 61.05 39.95 154 59.75 829 61.05 59.11 -.65 +24.1sTetraTech N TTI 4.87 1.85 408 4.82 3105 4.87 4.61 +.12 +12.9 Tetraphase Q TTPH 8.75 2.05 519 3.62 2433 3.99 3.53 -.24 -42.5tTeucrCorn N CORN 20.05 15.66 57 15.77 573 16.37 15.66 -.74 -5.9tTeucrSug N CANE 10.50 6.98 23 6.92 184 7.27 6.91 -.31 -29.2 TeucrWht N WEAT 8.29 5.80 92 6.28 744 6.48 6.07 -.24 +4.7tTeucrSoyb N SOYB 19.64 15.54 289 15.51 987 16.36 15.36 -.96 -13.3tTeucrmAgs N TAGS 25.70 20.50 0 20.53 0 20.53 20.50 -.74 -7.1 TevaPhrm N TEVA .73e 3.2 7 33.82 10.85 9070 23.29 41696 24.43 23.10 -.84 +22.9 TexCapB 42 Q TCBIL 1.63 6.3 25.89 25.00 1 25.63 14 25.69 25.50 +.13 +1.4 TexCapB pf Q TCBIP 1.63 6.4 25.85 25.00 8 25.40 31 25.55 25.39 -.05 -.6 TxCapBsh Q TCBI 22 103.05 69.65 437 91.20 2779 95.50 90.50 -.35 +2.6 TexInst Q TXN 2.48 2.2 29 120.75 77.93 2716 115.14 22485 116.69 110.84 +2.43 +10.2sTexPacLd N TPL .29f 816.28 289.99 9 791.90 116 816.28 716.86 +71.95 +77.3 TexRdhse Q TXRH 1.00 1.5 31 69.43 44.29 541 67.73 2410 68.35 66.15 +.93 +28.6 Textainer N TGH .96 6.2 26.50 13.75 55 15.55 442 16.40 15.40 -.05 -27.7 Textron N TXT .08 .1 43 69.36 47.24 1553 67.30 6414 67.48 65.85 +1.61 +18.9 The9Ltd rs Q NCTY 5.04 .95 39 1.07 470 1.17 1.00 +.03 -44.3 TherapMD Q TXMD 7.66 4.34 1377 6.68 6889 6.84 6.47 +.12 +10.6tTherpxBio n Q TRPX 7.69 3.33 39 3.17 467 4.50 3.12 -.44 -40.6 TheravBio Q TBPH 42.61 21.27 89 26.26 689 27.29 26.00 -.11 -5.8 ThermoFis N TMO .68 .3 26 226.44 170.07 864 211.20 6081 214.72 207.55 +4.00 +11.2 Thermon N THR 48 26.50 15.74 53 23.48 362 24.15 23.10 -.05 -.8sTheStreet Q TST .10 4.4 4 2.32 .75 56 2.26 535 2.32 2.18 -.02 +55.9 ThirdPtRe N TPRE 11 17.10 12.28 225 12.75 2117 13.10 12.55 +.05 -13.0 1347PrpIns Q PIH 44 8.25 6.55 1 7.05 19 7.22 6.95 -.05 -2.8 1347PrIn pf Q PIHPP 28.00 24.15 2 25.70 9 25.82 25.65 -.16 +5.3 ThomsonR N TRI 1.38 3.2 18 48.61 36.52 676 42.48 3934 42.58 40.83 +1.38 -2.5 Thor Inds N THO 1.48 1.5 11 161.48 89.89 555 99.97 3448 101.75 97.59 +.88 -33.7 3D Sys N DDD 61 19.06 7.92 1738 15.35 9341 15.94 14.30 +.61 +77.7 3M Co N MMM 5.44f 2.7 30 259.77 191.44 1625 201.18 9274 202.58 197.40 +3.72 -14.5 ThundBr un Q TBRGU 10.05 10.00 101 10.04 310 10.04 10.01 -.01 -.1 TiGenix n Q TIG 48.00 19.24 0 41.09 2 41.76 41.00 +.10 +79.4 TiberAcq n Q TIBR 9.74 9.55 9.61 +.4 TiberAc un Q TIBRU 10.19 10.00 10.08 0 10.08 10.08 -.09 +.6 Tidwtr N TDW 1.00 3.3 35.98 .72 222 30.62 1445 32.65 30.17 +.21 +25.5 TierREIT n N TIER .72 3.0 24.22 16.67 169 23.80 1130 23.95 23.41 -.09 +16.7 Tiffany N TIF 2.20f 1.7 39 137.97 86.15 819 132.25 5269 133.79 130.58 -1.42 +27.2 TileShop Q TTS .20 35 20.55 5.15 623 8.05 2870 8.80 8.00 -.60 -16.1 Tillys N TLYS 36 16.57 8.42 97 15.02 729 15.33 14.35 -.26 +1.8 TmbrlndBc Q TSBK .52a 1.4 20 39.45 24.69 7 37.92 52 39.29 37.71 -1.02 +42.8 Timken N TKR 1.12f 2.5 17 55.65 41.85 396 44.75 2732 45.20 43.25 +1.35 -9.0 TimknSteel N TMST 20.24 12.54 94 17.60 729 17.89 17.03 +.48 +15.9 Tiptree Q TIPT .14f 2.0 21 7.24 5.35 40 7.00 302 7.10 6.85 -.05 +17.6 Titan Intl N TWI .02 .2 14.53 7.97 230 10.57 792 11.00 10.47 -.04 -17.9 TitanMach Q TITN 25.09 11.68 89 14.84 691 15.41 14.25 -.37 -29.9 TitanPh rs Q TTNP 2.85 .60 45 .88 448 .89 .75 +.01 -33.6 TivityHlth Q TVTY 23 48.50 29.95 251 36.35 1751 36.75 35.35 +.85 -.5 Tivo Cp Q TIVO .72 5.5 20.18 12.25 387 13.10 3482 13.60 13.05 -.30 -16.0 Tocagen n Q TOCA 14.66 8.31 74 9.53 303 9.98 9.29 -.23 -7.0 TollBros N TOL .44 1.2 12 52.73 35.72 2182 37.14 10653 38.15 36.76 +.24 -22.7sTompkins A TMP 1.92 2.2 25 90.84 71.27 8 86.49 133 90.84 86.49 -2.44 +6.3 TonixPh rs Q TNXP 5.11 2.70 145 3.95 946 4.17 3.60 -.10 +14.5 TootsieR N TR .36b 1.2 28 37.48 27.45 77 30.85 450 32.10 30.38 -1.20 -12.7 TopImage Q TISA 1.75 .95 8 1.05 93 1.07 .98 +.02 -7.9 TopBuild n N BLD 34 87.21 51.64 130 80.13 1005 82.00 77.98 -.38 +5.8 Torchlght Q TRCH 1.60 .95 211 1.21 1089 1.38 1.17 -.17 -9.7 Torchmark N TMK .64 .8 7 93.60 74.48 613 83.43 2738 84.94 82.72 +.64 -8.0 Trchmk pfC N TMKpC 27.68 25.44 8 26.14 52 26.46 26.14 -.27 -2.3 Toro Co s N TTC .80f 1.3 24 73.86 56.60 361 60.75 1428 62.17 60.63 -.15 -6.9 TorDBk gs N TD 2.68 75.46 49.91 801 57.69 4302 58.18 57.44 +.25 -1.5 MonTNAPpl N TPYP .45p 24.31 20.22 25 23.48 592 23.70 23.29 -.09 +.5 TortWat n N TBLU 30.84 25.65 0 28.59 2 28.73 28.51 -.09 -4.1 TortEnInd N NDP 1.75 13.7 15.44 10.70 96 12.82 400 13.18 12.55 +.07 -3.5 TortEnInf N TYG 2.62 9.8 32.40 24.24 99 26.75 616 26.81 26.16 +.45 -8.0 TortMLP N NTG 1.69 10.7 21.09 14.91 416 15.75 2503 16.23 15.25 -.37 -10.3 TortPplE N TTP 1.63m 9.4 20.37 15.55 37 17.36 163 17.43 16.96 +.15 -7.7 TortPw&E N TPZ 1.65 8.8 21.77 17.51 47 18.76 150 19.05 18.75 -.14 -8.9 Total SA N TOT 2.71e 4.4 64.59 48.43 486 62.29 8251 64.28 61.56 -.45 +12.7sTotalSys N TSS .52 .6 23 91.29 58.22 1575 90.28 6352 91.67 86.28 +4.11 +14.1 TowerIntl N TOWR .48 1.5 15 34.55 21.25 74 32.75 470 33.45 32.05 +.25 +7.2 TowerSemi Q TSEM 12 36.69 21.42 431 21.48 1970 22.58 21.44 -.90 -37.0 TownSprts Q CLUB 14.85 4.28 112 13.65 867 14.00 13.05 -.15 +145.9 TowneBank Q TOWN .64f 2.0 35.30 27.85 107 32.45 725 33.70 32.40 -.40 +5.5 TownsqMda N TSQ .30 4.4 9 11.63 6.03 25 6.79 232 7.27 6.66 -.08 -11.6 Toyota N TM 140.99 107.57 76 129.51 423 130.81 127.78 -.05 +1.8 TraconPh n Q TCON 3.95 2.00 33 2.65 321 2.75 2.60 -.05 -20.9 TractSupp Q TSCO 1.24f 1.6 23 82.68 49.87 997 78.24 4695 78.79 76.71 +1.52 +4.7sTradDsk A n Q TTD 95.96 40.70 289 94.14 2572 95.96 90.92 +.14 +105.9 TrnWEnt Q TWMC 3 3.10 .80 9 .95 140 .99 .91 -47.9 TransAct Q TACT .36 3.0 30 15.80 8.41 2 11.85 41 12.41 11.85 -.45 -10.6 TrCda g N TRP 2.76 6.3 16 51.85 39.16 626 43.47 4671 43.81 42.81 -.09 -10.6 TransEntx A TRXC 6.04 .60 6574 4.60 27904 4.65 3.90 +.56 +138.3sTransUn n N TRU .07p 30 75.04 41.07 347 74.58 3613 75.09 73.53 +.82 +35.7 Trnsalta g N TAC .23 6.60 4.75 10 5.20 71 5.30 5.10 +.10 -12.6 TrnsatlPet A TAT 2.18 .58 66 1.26 470 1.50 1.21 -.03 -9.4sTranscat Q TRNS 32 21.55 12.00 39 21.95 176 22.25 19.00 +1.80 +54.0 TrnsRty N TCI .20p 52.00 20.37 0 38.04 9 38.11 35.98 +1.86 +21.5sTransDigm N TDG 24.00 25 358.91 249.57 249 360.89 1665 362.06 349.00 +12.88 +31.4sTransGlb Q TGA .20 4.9 3.92 1.07 1789 4.05 7975 4.13 2.95 +1.11 +181.4sTranslBio n Q TBIO 13.80 11.45 25 12.85 432 13.80 12.75 -.40 +11.5 TrnsMont N TLP 2.48f 6.4 16 47.45 33.98 49 39.03 596 39.75 36.10 +2.37 -1.1sTransocn N RIG 14.34 7.20 13190 13.47 62319 14.34 13.26 +.29 +26.1 TrGasSur N TGS 24.22 11.76 115 14.05 551 14.98 13.92 +.19 -36.8 TravelCtrs Q TA 5.85 2.95 25 3.60 439 3.75 3.55 -12.2 TravCtrs 28 Q TANNI 2.06 8.6 25.48 18.63 9 24.05 52 24.40 23.77 -.28 -4.8 TravelC 29 Q TANNL 2.00 8.4 25.27 17.09 2 23.90 45 24.17 23.88 -.15 -5.2 Travelct 30 Q TANNZ 2.00 8.3 25.55 17.00 5 24.00 47 24.64 23.60 +.12 -4.0 Travelers N TRV 3.08f 2.4 16 150.55 113.76 902 126.63 6074 126.79 123.54 +3.45 -6.6sTravelport N TVPT .30 1.5 20.30 12.10 561 19.70 4873 20.30 19.33 -.21 +50.7sTravelzoo Q TZOO 76 21.06 5.75 76 20.40 527 21.10 19.05 +.95 +216.3sTrecoraRs N TREC 20 15.60 10.25 45 14.65 174 15.60 14.40 -.25 +8.5 Tredgar N TG .44 1.8 32 24.95 14.70 60 23.95 320 24.70 23.90 +.05 +24.7 TreeHseF N THS 17 85.99 36.35 413 52.94 2736 54.40 52.29 -.96 +7.0 TrmntMtg n Q TRMT 17.94 11.10 0 13.48 33 13.69 13.01 +.30 -8.2 Trevena Q TRVN 3.10 1.34 938 1.50 6749 1.61 1.46 +.01 -6.3sTrex s N TREX 37 68.59 33.51 336 65.31 1860 68.59 64.99 -1.86 TriPointe N TPH 14 19.55 12.28 942 16.80 4975 17.20 16.50 +.12 -6.3 TriContl N TY 1.02e 3.8 28.32 22.63 70 27.01 396 27.05 26.72 +.31 +.3 TriCntl pf N TYp 2.50 4.9 52.95 48.56 1 50.80 2 50.90 50.51 -.10 +.8 TrianglCap N TCAP 1.20 10.2 17.67 8.91 172 11.80 1197 11.89 11.75 +.02 +24.3 Triangle 22 N TCCA 1.59 6.3 25.87 24.09 1 25.17 9 25.17 25.09 +.05 +.2 TriangC 22 N TCCB 1.59 6.3 25.93 23.99 5 25.17 20 25.18 25.08 +.07 -.1 TribMda A N TRCO 1.00 2.6 12 43.71 34.81 450 38.56 4733 39.01 37.47 -.23 -9.2 Tricida n Q TCDA 34.80 24.75 280 29.10 542 33.25 28.53 -1.40 +11.9 TriCoBsh Q TCBK .68 1.8 21 43.80 33.36 72 36.98 585 39.56 35.09 -1.43 -2.3 TridntAcq n Q TDAC 9.78 9.72 9.75 55 9.75 9.75 tTridntAcq un Q TDACU 10.14 10.00 1 10.03 12 10.14 10.00 -.05 TrilliumTh Q TRIL 13.30 4.15 81 5.60 254 6.00 5.60 -.30 -22.8 TrilogyMtl A TMQ 1.87 .69 52 1.65 497 1.82 1.60 -.16 +51.4sTriMas h Q TRS 22 30.60 20.10 33 29.25 532 30.60 28.45 -.65 +9.3 Trimble Q TRMB 48 45.70 32.01 1149 34.36 5983 34.41 33.03 +.87 -15.5 TrimShrk n N TTAC 38.16 29.09 9 36.71 142 36.81 36.29 +.54 +8.9 TrimAllC n N TTAI 29.03 24.83 2 26.76 18 27.05 26.47 +.38 -1.5 TriNetGrp N TNET 36 57.76 31.52 224 55.44 1169 56.31 54.86 +.35 +25.0 TrinityBio Q TRIB .88 18.1 6 6.54 4.22 42 4.85 175 5.15 4.76 -.07 -4.9 Trinity N TRN .52 1.5 8 38.25 26.80 919 34.79 4492 35.48 34.30 +.21 -7.1sTrinMrg n Q TMCX 9.80 9.72 32 9.79 488 9.80 9.77 +.00 +.3sTrinMrg un Q TMCXU 10.20 10.00 28 10.17 148 10.20 10.10 +.11 +1.6 TrinityPlce A TPHS 7.59 5.86 5 6.65 39 6.85 6.63 -.20 -4.3 Trinseo SA N TSE 1.60f 2.2 8 85.35 57.70 316 71.65 1313 73.60 70.45 +1.10 -1.3 TrioTch A TRT 13 8.47 4.05 17 4.39 47 4.48 4.28 -.11 -37.4sTripAdvis Q TRIP 60.42 29.50 1329 59.13 11031 60.42 57.20 +1.57 +71.6 TriplePtV N TPVG 1.44 11.5 7 14.19 11.12 51 12.53 292 12.74 12.41 +.02 -1.3 TripPt22 n N TPVY 26.99 24.77 5 25.25 28 25.27 25.07 +.06 -2.4 Triple-S N GTS 35 44.01 15.05 151 38.76 613 40.44 38.34 -.49 +56.0sTriStCap Q TSC 18 27.45 20.30 60 25.85 403 27.45 25.65 -1.00 +12.4 TriStCap pf Q TSCAP 1.69 6.4 26.86 25.75 2 26.30 26 26.47 26.17 +.02 +1.5 TritonInt n N TRTN 2.08f 6.8 43.85 27.76 220 30.68 1657 32.36 30.03 +.52 -18.1 TriumphBc Q TBK 23 44.05 24.40 129 41.00 820 43.30 40.60 -1.00 +30.2 TriumphGp N TGI .16 .8 4 34.58 18.30 300 20.10 2203 20.10 18.90 +.65 -26.1 Trivago n Q TRVG 24.27 4.25 476 4.64 4013 4.98 4.45 +.16 -32.2 Tronc Q TRNC 24.74 11.97 51 17.30 331 18.27 17.17 -.79 -1.6 Tronox N TROX .18 .9 60 28.40 15.07 812 19.30 7979 21.04 19.20 -.42 -5.9 Trovagn rsh Q TROV 19.56 .72 258 .75 2330 .81 .73 -.03 -79.8 TrueBlue N TBI 17 29.50 19.30 156 27.05 840 28.20 26.50 -.65 -1.6 TrueCar Q TRUE 21.75 8.75 1953 11.54 4740 11.79 10.52 +.67 +3.0 TruettHrst Q THST 2.50 1.26 7 1.59 365 1.98 1.48 -.01 -23.2 Trupanion Q TRUP 42.39 20.52 116 40.81 629 41.07 38.60 +1.93 +39.4 TrstNY Q TRST .26 2.9 17 9.70 7.51 129 8.90 1402 9.30 8.90 -.25 -3.3 Trustmk Q TRMK .92 2.8 18 35.09 28.16 239 33.01 1658 34.03 32.84 -.37 +3.6 Tsakos N TNP .20 5.8 5.27 3.11 63 3.45 780 3.75 3.43 -.23 -11.8 TsakE pfB N TNPpB 2.00 7.9 26.08 24.80 3 25.44 13 25.44 25.15 +.09 +.6 Tsakos pfC N TNPpC 2.22 8.7 26.29 25.00 3 25.46 39 25.56 25.42 -.2 Tsakos pfD N TNPpD 2.19 8.8 26.65 24.04 1 24.84 42 24.99 24.76 -.02 +.3 TsaksE p E N TNPpE 25.89 24.58 8 25.16 72 25.24 25.08 +.07 -.2 T2 Biosys Q TTOO 9.98 2.50 369 7.65 1950 7.87 7.38 -.12 +85.7 Tucows grs Q TCX 46 71.75 49.70 77 59.40 385 60.60 58.50 -.75 -15.2 TuesMrn Q TUES 4.10 1.65 127 2.80 667 2.81 2.65 +.03 +1.8 Tuniu Q TOUR 9.88 5.81 68 7.42 571 7.74 7.25 -.16 -3.3 Tuppwre N TUP 2.72 6.5 70.35 39.62 613 42.13 3458 42.85 41.00 +.23 -32.8tTurkcell N TKC 11.29 5.69 742 5.80 7813 7.15 5.69 -1.12 -43.1sTurnPtBr n N TPB .16 .5 33.39 14.45 66 32.64 442 33.39 32.53 -.57 +54.5 TurqHillRs N TRQ 26 3.59 2.61 1634 2.83 8073 2.97 2.81 -.07 -17.5sTurtleBc rs Q HEAR 25.38 1.64 855 23.58 7994 25.38 21.53 +1.67 +1201.3tTutorPerini N TPC 10 29.90 17.55 319 18.55 1595 18.95 17.55 +.15 -26.8stTwlSeas un Q TWLVU 1834 9.53 1834 9.60 9.52 21stCFoxA Q FOXA .36 .8 22 50.15 24.81 21135 47.56 106033 50.06 46.98 -1.37 +37.7 21stCFoxB Q FOX .36 .8 20 49.65 24.30 3610 47.19 22600 49.51 46.64 -1.24 +38.3 21Vianet Q VNET 38 10.96 4.17 230 9.86 1396 10.00 9.69 -.02 +23.6 22ndCentry A XXII 4.44 1.33 2435 2.76 10576 2.87 2.57 -.09 -1.4sTwilio n N TWLO 62.34 23.25 1299 61.14 6155 62.39 57.39 +2.67 +159.1 TwinDisc lf Q TWIN .36 1.4 31.95 16.07 19 25.59 98 26.38 24.60 -.02 -3.7 Twitter N TWTR 47.79 15.67 16403 44.49 227392 46.90 42.08 -2.16 +85.3 TwoHrb pfA N TWOpA 2.03 7.6 28.17 25.38 1 26.77 46 27.68 26.77 -.27 -1.8 TwoHrb pfB N TWOpB 1.91 7.4 27.06 24.54 15 25.84 89 26.43 25.65 +.03 -1.6 TwoHrbI rs N TWO 1.88 11.8 6 16.83 13.85 1182 15.97 6991 16.23 15.95 -.22 -1.8 TwoHrIn pfC N TWOpC 25.38 23.26 29 24.79 414 25.11 24.56 +.14 -1.2 TwoRvrBc Q TRCB .18 1.0 22 20.75 16.51 16 18.50 57 19.82 18.39 -.57 +2.0 2U Q TWOU 98.58 45.50 445 93.59 2183 94.37 86.70 +5.50 +45.1 TylerTech N TYL 55 240.35 165.14 94 235.84 537 237.74 227.11 +8.47 +33.2 TymeTch n Q TYME 9.50 2.01 135 2.95 1221 3.24 2.67 -.20 -53.8 Tyson N TSN 1.20 1.8 12 84.65 58.36 1086 66.30 11420 67.36 65.70 -.71 -18.2 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 18 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, July 14, 2018

PAGE 68

U -:US AutoPts Q PRTS 2 3.15 1.40 23 1.43 305 1.55 1.42 -.11 -43.3 US Concrte Q USCR 86.35 49.00 143 51.30 1423 51.95 50.10 +.45 -38.7 US Gld rs Q USAU .21e 3.27 1.05 61 1.41 1308 1.69 1.24 +.16 -13.7 UBS 3xLCr N WTIU 41.02 10.64 7 35.07 76 40.70 32.95 -3.35 +49.0tUBS 3xInvC N WTID 42.20 6.75 24 7.64 111 8.14 6.75 +.48 -50.0 VelDlyIn n N EXIV 61.00 26.21 4 37.10 42 37.10 34.10 +3.00 -23.3 VelLngVS n N EVIX 23.61 8.45 0 9.08 0 9.52 9.08 -1.61 -24.3sUBS FILCG N FBGX 274.18 161.21 1 275.60 12 276.26 267.00 +11.20 +21.3 UBS2xSPDiv N SDYL 3.40e 4.1 91.38 59.18 83.17 2 84.33 78.37 +.03 -2.7tUBS Grp N UBS .69e 4.6 20.89 14.89 1531 15.00 8467 15.40 14.89 -.37 -18.4 UDR N UDR 1.29 3.4 23 40.33 32.88 1027 37.40 7079 37.80 36.99 -.03 -2.9 UFP Tch Q UFPT 28 34.00 25.88 5 32.30 43 33.04 30.73 +.20 +16.2 UGI Corp N UGI 1.04f 2.0 11 54.09 42.51 520 52.76 3466 53.95 52.16 -1.17 +12.4 UMB Fn Q UMBF 1.16 1.5 21 82.14 62.27 246 76.14 853 79.31 75.93 -1.62 +5.9 UMH Prop N UMH .72 4.6 30 17.12 11.38 96 15.65 921 16.03 15.65 -.38 +5.0 UMH pfB N UMHpB 2.00 7.5 28.10 25.92 26.59 29 26.70 26.41 +.05 -2.7 UMH pfC N UMHpC 1.69 6.3 28.46 24.56 6 26.68 75 26.78 26.04 +.44 -1.8 UQM Tech A UQM 1.79 .71 42 .99 172 1.03 .93 -28.8 USEcology Q ECOL .72 1.1 43 67.35 44.50 56 65.70 447 67.25 65.50 -1.00 +28.8sUS FdsHl n N USFD 26 39.27 25.43 2257 39.91 7747 39.93 38.29 +1.47 +25.0 USGlobInv Q GROW .03 1.6 7.49 1.25 34 1.82 229 1.95 1.81 -.06 -53.3 USPhysTh N USPH .92 .9 55 101.75 56.50 20 98.85 242 101.35 97.30 -1.35 +36.9 US Silica N SLCA .25 1.0 33 38.70 23.75 2252 25.84 10004 27.91 24.84 -.32 -20.6 USA Cmp N USAC 2.10 12.4 19.33 14.55 161 16.95 1051 17.57 16.73 -.43 +2.5 USA Tc pf Q USATP 27.82 20.75 2 27.00 3 27.00 27.00 -.77 +7.4sUSA Tech h Q USAT 14.85 4.50 432 14.95 2220 15.00 13.90 +.90 +53.3 USA Trk Q USAK 29.15 7.98 86 22.32 533 24.84 22.01 -1.87 +23.1 Usaa USA Vl N ULVM 55.24 48.81 1 52.41 25 52.61 52.00 +.36 +.8sUsaa SCVal N USVM 55.88 47.00 3 55.28 11 55.88 54.97 -.13 +9.0 USAA IntlVl N UIVM 55.54 47.64 1 48.45 147 49.04 48.20 -.17 -5.8 Usaa EMVl N UEVM 56.13 45.54 1 46.42 12 46.91 45.80 +.15 -9.6 Usaa STrBd N USTB 54.88 49.34 0 49.52 6 49.54 49.50 -.03 -1.1 Usaa IntBd N UITB 50.30 48.09 0 48.75 7 48.75 48.50 +.11 -2.9 USANA s N USNA 28 121.15 52.80 262 108.70 1453 116.83 106.98 -7.55 +46.8 USCF Oil n N USOU 80.79 22.66 4 70.44 30 78.40 64.30 -6.16 +63.9 USCF ShOil N USOD 26.29 4.69 4 5.39 93 5.75 4.84 +.41 -52.4 USCF shpei N BUY 28.70 23.45 27.35 2 28.18 27.35 -.63 +8.0sUSCF shpen N BUYN 28.15 23.45 28.10 0 28.15 28.10 +.31 +8.4 USD Ptrs N USDP 1.41f 13.1 12.00 9.00 44 10.80 233 10.85 10.55 -4.0 USG N USG 24 43.40 25.60 687 43.23 6576 43.33 43.18 -.02 +12.1 UTStarcm Q UTSI 15 6.51 1.97 13 4.00 190 4.13 3.94 -.07 -29.0 Ubiquiti Q UBNT .17 .2 24 89.99 47.78 310 87.97 1493 89.60 86.47 +1.31 +23.9 UltaBeauty Q ULTA 27 276.89 187.96 945 259.87 3870 260.42 243.18 +17.26 +16.2 UltimSoft Q ULTI 282.39 181.59 132 280.53 873 281.60 269.40 +9.49 +28.5 UltraClean Q UCTT 7 34.59 15.36 606 16.10 4251 17.35 16.04 -.28 -30.3 UltPetro n Q UPL 10.98 1.54 3033 1.77 23992 2.28 1.74 -.40 -80.5 Ultragenyx Q RARE 86.10 41.67 422 84.56 2606 85.00 80.12 +2.10 +82.3 Ultralife Q ULBI 28 10.95 5.80 5 10.00 151 10.29 8.60 -.05 +52.7tUltrapar N UGP .55e 4.9 26.48 11.32 1243 11.20 3547 12.22 11.12 -.86 -50.7 Umpqua Q UMPQ .80 3.5 22 24.89 16.77 1759 22.54 7788 23.57 22.42 -.41 +8.4 UndrArm s N UAA 37 24.70 11.40 5943 21.49 19878 22.63 21.14 -.77 +48.9 UnAr C wi N UA 22.68 10.36 2435 20.23 10824 21.24 19.88 -.64 +51.9 UniQure Q QURE 40.99 6.10 283 39.45 1287 39.84 36.94 +.70 +101.4tUnicoA Q UNAM 11.30 7.10 4 7.29 7 7.65 7.07 -.41 -14.8 Unifi N UFI 15 39.21 27.98 47 31.84 229 32.80 31.71 -.72 -11.2 UniFirst N UNF .45f .2 24 193.05 135.95 44 189.60 284 191.65 184.18 +4.10 +15.0 UnilevNV N UN 1.43e 2.5 61.62 51.56 914 56.12 5168 56.41 55.34 +.04 -.4 Unilever N UL 1.48e 2.7 60.13 50.74 476 55.54 3204 56.00 54.98 -.16 +.4 UnionAc un N LTN/U 10.30 10.00 10.25 1 10.28 10.13 -.03 +2.1 UnionBkVA Q UBSH 1.20 3.1 22 42.60 30.45 300 38.94 1806 41.00 38.86 -.81 +7.7 UnionBkVT Q UNB 1.20 2.3 25 55.00 40.05 1 52.45 8 53.50 52.00 -.90 -.9 UnionPac N UNP 2.92 2.1 10 148.33 101.06 3852 139.94 19808 145.63 139.13 -3.12 +4.4 UniqueF n A UFAB .60 7.4 10 9.70 7.05 6 8.12 39 8.74 8.05 -.52 +9.4sUnisys N UIS 15.05 6.90 380 14.40 6333 15.05 14.10 +76.7sUnit N UNT 15 28.68 15.29 248 27.07 1973 28.68 25.78 +.13 +23.0 UnBnOH Q UBCP .52 3.9 19 14.00 11.55 1 13.22 11 13.30 13.10 -.03 -.2 UtdBOH Q UBOH .48 2.2 12 24.00 20.35 0 21.85 1 22.50 21.85 -.15 -1.6 UBSI Q UBSI 1.36 3.8 21 38.80 31.70 643 35.50 2726 38.25 35.45 -1.90 +2.2 UtdCmtyBc Q UCBA .40 1.4 28.85 18.20 1 27.75 27 27.90 26.45 -.10 +35.0 UtdCmBks Q UCBI .60f 2.0 19 34.18 24.47 277 30.08 2055 31.93 30.06 -1.07 +6.9 UCmntyFn Q UCFC .24 2.2 19 11.59 8.39 171 11.08 725 11.35 10.79 -.16 +21.4 UtdContl N UAL 10 81.39 56.51 2817 72.10 21584 72.24 67.94 +1.14 +7.0 UtdFnBcp Q UBNK .48 2.8 15 19.35 15.47 99 17.33 729 18.11 17.32 -.56 -1.8 UtdFire Q UFCS 1.24f 2.2 35 58.46 38.95 45 55.99 518 56.49 54.96 +.55 +22.8 UtdInsur Q UIHC .24 1.2 21.45 13.60 41 20.07 458 20.18 19.31 +.57 +16.3 UtdMicro N UMC .09e 3.2 3.14 2.21 457 2.79 7436 2.85 2.73 +.08 +16.7 UtdNtrlF Q UNFI 13 52.69 32.52 421 43.80 1723 44.04 41.97 +1.10 -11.1 UPS B N UPS 3.64 3.3 18 135.53 101.45 1997 108.97 10053 109.41 106.27 +2.94 -8.5 UtdRentals N URI 8 190.74 106.52 1115 154.83 6224 158.91 150.24 +5.30 -9.9 USecBcCA Q UBFO .36 3.2 24 11.65 8.45 4 11.25 50 11.50 11.20 -.25 +2.3 USNatGas N UNL 10.28 8.54 2 9.12 11 9.27 9.12 -.19 -.7 US12MoOil N USL 25.74 16.00 23 24.67 129 25.59 24.06 -.34 +17.9 USAntimny A UAMY .59 .20 45 .48 250 .49 .44 +.03 +50.0 US Bancrp N USB 1.20 2.4 14 58.50 48.49 6976 50.91 33981 51.85 50.30 +.70 -5.0 US Bcp pfA N USBpA 35.49e 3.8 935.00 873.48 0 923.30 2 929.90 923.30 +.89 +4.0 US Bcp pfH N USBpH .89e 3.7 24.50 21.61 63 24.00 272 24.21 23.82 -.18 +6.3 US Bcp pfM N USBpM 1.63 5.9 30.16 27.24 31 27.75 342 28.22 27.71 -.45 -1.7 US Bcp pfO N USBpO 1.29 5.1 26.30 23.95 10 25.32 218 25.71 25.29 -.37 +.2 US Brent N BNO 22.42 12.34 316 21.02 3108 22.29 20.39 -.60 +16.1 US Cellular N USM 45 41.82 32.06 166 34.52 1130 39.87 33.97 -4.59 -8.3 US Cellu60 N UZA 1.74 6.9 26.26 23.80 6 25.29 65 25.40 25.15 -.11 +.2 US Cellu 63 N UZB 1.81 7.0 26.95 24.46 6 25.87 37 26.18 25.76 -.32 +.6 US Cell64 N UZC 1.81 6.9 27.50 24.55 7 26.12 42 26.13 25.88 +.10 +.8 USCmdtyFd N USCI 45.44 37.83 77 42.29 683 43.37 41.69 -.75 -.6 USDslHtOil N UHN 21.76 13.49 1 20.24 10 21.18 19.88 -.39 +4.6 US Engy rs Q USEG 1.96 .68 93 1.28 688 1.40 1.22 -.01 -14.7 US GasFd N UGA 36.45 23.87 7 33.76 72 34.91 33.04 -.15 +6.0 USCoppFd N CPER 21.26 17.02 5 17.56 55 18.15 17.24 -.24 -16.6tUSAgriFd N USAG 18.21 15.55 15.60 3 16.19 15.55 -1.39 -5.5 USLime Q USLM .54 .7 24 101.40 70.56 1 82.11 18 83.50 79.50 -.24 +6.5 US NGas rs N UNG 27.92 20.40 2213 22.41 10045 23.08 22.32 -.75 US OilFd N USO 15.25 9.02 19184 14.47 109393 15.17 14.14 -.49 +20.5 US ShrtOil N DNO 77.25 43.86 1 46.12 38 46.86 44.10 +1.43 -18.8 USSteel N X .20 .6 21 47.64 20.89 5151 36.21 30516 36.84 34.86 +.87 +2.9 UtdTech N UTX 2.80 2.2 22 139.24 109.10 4643 129.51 19905 129.84 124.22 +4.11 +1.5 UtdTherap Q UTHR 7 152.55 100.57 191 124.74 1565 125.96 119.98 +4.45 -15.7 UtdGrdian Q UG 1.50e 7.7 29 21.33 15.00 4 19.50 12 19.80 19.20 -.25 +5.4sUtdhlthGp N UNH 3.60f 1.4 24 256.90 183.86 2356 258.70 10571 259.01 251.05 +7.94 +17.3 UnitGrp Q UNIT 2.40 11.1 56 26.55 13.81 1615 21.70 8515 21.89 21.24 +.27 +22.0 UNITIL N UTL 1.46 2.8 27 53.07 40.92 21 51.56 164 52.48 50.63 -1.10 +13.0sUnityBcp Q UNTY .28f 1.2 19 24.35 16.15 3 23.95 35 24.35 23.50 +.20 +21.3 UnityBio n Q UBX 20.48 12.75 96 15.15 356 15.99 14.80 -.05 -9.0 Univar n N UNVR 51 31.95 25.57 767 27.00 3632 27.49 26.37 +.13 -12.8 UnvslCp N UVV 3.00f 4.4 10 71.60 45.95 99 68.40 749 70.25 67.88 -1.20 +30.3 UnivDisp Q OLED .24 .3 57 209.00 78.75 881 93.55 3885 95.85 88.45 +4.95 -45.8 UnvElc Q UEIC 23 72.50 26.97 65 34.75 358 35.15 33.25 +.60 -26.5 UnivFor s Q UFPI .35e .9 21 39.58 25.93 153 37.91 912 38.35 37.08 -.15 +.8 UnvHR N UHT 2.64 4.0 38 84.90 53.00 11 65.69 140 68.06 65.36 -2.42 -12.5 UnivHlthS N UHS .40 .3 15 128.15 95.26 650 114.74 3531 115.97 112.28 +2.66 +1.2sUniv Insur N UVE .64a 1.7 12 36.85 15.08 127 36.65 853 36.95 35.05 +1.00 +34.0 UnvLogist Q ULH .42f 1.5 20 28.15 14.05 141 27.40 701 27.80 26.55 +.60 +15.4 UnvSecInst A UUU 3.50 1.05 47 1.35 666 1.65 1.20 +.05 -20.9 UnvStainls Q USAP 54 31.20 17.30 39 23.57 218 24.48 23.52 -.44 +10.0 UnivTInst N UTI .08 2.4 3.78 2.21 33 3.35 316 3.41 3.13 +.17 +39.6 UnivstPa Q UVSP .80 2.9 16 32.35 26.61 64 27.25 368 28.65 27.25 -.95 -2.9 UnumGrp N UNM .92 2.4 2 58.73 36.15 1378 37.66 8015 39.55 37.17 -.46 -31.4sUnumTh n Q UMRX 16.20 10.15 87 16.16 1295 16.47 14.36 +1.46 +45.5sUplandSoft Q UPLD 37.35 18.52 116 35.66 637 37.35 35.22 -1.02 +64.6 Ur-Energy A URG 68 .79 .50 118 .68 752 .73 .67 -.02 -1.2 UraniumEn A UEC 2.00 .96 467 1.60 2573 1.70 1.58 -.08 -9.6 UrbnEdg n N UE .88 3.9 27 26.19 19.51 264 22.84 2384 23.30 22.71 -.44 -10.4 UrbanOne Q UONE 4.85 1.25 7 2.40 46 2.88 2.25 -.20 +29.7 UrbanOnD Q UONEK 2.40 1.35 57 2.05 207 2.20 2.00 -.10 +17.1 UrbanOut Q URBN 23 48.24 16.68 1531 44.56 7864 46.75 43.38 -1.70 +27.1 UrogenP n Q URGN 69.57 17.07 73 47.73 315 51.27 47.60 -3.30 +28.3 UrstdBid N UBP 1.06f 5.9 36 18.92 15.36 2 18.02 9 18.21 17.65 -.13 +6.3 UrsBidA N UBA 1.08f 4.8 29 23.94 17.20 54 22.39 396 22.89 22.27 -.45 +3.0 UrsBid pfG N UBPpG 1.69 6.7 26.60 24.78 1 25.34 19 25.34 25.17 +.19 -3.6 UrstBid pfH N UBPpH 1.56 6.3 26.88 22.97 2 24.88 22 24.89 24.53 +.09 -4.9 UtahMed Q UTMD 1.08 1.1 117.65 68.10 22 100.40 86 115.15 100.05 -10.15 +23.3 Uxin Ltd n Q UXIN 10.49 7.05 1695 8.64 8407 8.75 7.11 +1.30 -10.7V -:VBI Vac n Q VBIV 5.10 2.56 222 2.93 980 3.00 2.71 +.08 -31.4 VEON Q VEON .28e 9.2 4.47 2.20 1619 3.04 13199 3.13 2.98 -.05 -20.8sVF Corp N VFC 1.84 2.2 45 85.15 55.51 1655 84.84 8692 86.00 81.85 +3.33 +14.6 VICI Pr n N VICI .64 3.0 21.33 17.58 1260 21.17 6973 21.22 20.81 +.07 +1.3 VOC EnTr N VOC .47e 8.0 12 6.66 3.15 16 5.87 240 6.09 5.75 +.06 -.8 VOXX Intl Q VOXX 5 8.95 4.64 136 5.50 968 6.25 5.00 -1.8 VSE Corp s Q VSEC .32f .7 18 59.90 41.95 13 48.60 94 49.83 44.60 -.62 +.4sVaalcoE N EGY 3.33 .68 1108 3.27 9402 3.38 2.74 +.56 +369.2 VailRsrt N MTN 5.88 2.0 30 288.83 200.68 132 288.04 950 288.23 279.46 +4.39 +35.6 Vale SA N VALE .29e 2.2 13 15.24 8.76 15341 13.14 80172 13.23 12.56 +.11 +7.4 ValeantPh N VRX 6 27.79 10.94 6564 23.40 28975 24.43 23.02 +.44 +12.6 Valerits hn Q VLRX 7.10 1.19 182 1.64 3180 1.88 1.49 -.08 -42.5 ValeroE N VLO 3.20 3.0 29 126.98 64.22 2500 107.34 14551 110.71 105.54 -.49 +16.8 ValeroEPt N VLP 2.03f 5.2 14 48.66 33.25 70 39.36 297 39.37 37.66 +1.06 -11.6 Valhi N VHI .08 1.5 48 9.24 2.13 74 5.23 779 5.55 5.05 +.13 -15.2 Validus N VR 1.52 2.2 15 67.96 41.15 509 67.59 2524 67.78 67.48 -.15 +44.1sValidus pfA N VRpA 26.32 24.12 34 26.19 252 26.32 25.75 +.29 +1.0 Validus pfB N VRpB 26.23 24.15 70 25.69 151 25.81 25.60 -.02 +.3 VlyNBcp N VLY .44 3.5 21 13.38 10.61 2169 12.45 13505 12.89 12.35 +.03 +11.0 VlyNBc pfA N VLYpA 1.56 5.9 31.79 25.83 11 26.66 20 27.04 26.55 +.01 -3.9 VlyBcp pfB N VLYpB 28.11 24.99 2 26.08 23 26.21 25.97 -.08 -1.4tValmont N VMI 1.50 1.1 20 176.35 136.55 210 139.90 878 157.15 136.55 -15.00 -15.6 ValueLine Q VALU .76 3.4 21 25.14 13.26 2 22.25 12 24.14 20.91 -1.30 +15.0 Valvoline n N VVV .30 1.4 25.63 19.86 633 21.86 5587 21.95 21.37 +.29 -12.8 VanEMGold N OUNZ 13.44 11.93 20 12.20 87 12.43 12.20 -.15 -5.1 VanEGold N GDX .06e .3 25.58 20.84 22024 21.96 162095 22.93 21.94 -.65 -5.5 VnE LgFl n N LFEQ 28.49 24.56 11 27.26 73 27.26 27.05 +.35 +3.6 VanE Grn n N GRNB 27.50 25.81 1 26.13 6 26.19 26.05 +.01 -3.2 VnEkSteel N SLX .40e .9 51.92 38.42 45 45.93 141 46.83 45.18 +.2 VnEkHiIn rs N YMLP 25.49 20.51 9 21.52 145 22.00 21.52 -.31 -7.8 VanE Env N EVX .53e .6 97.00 77.29 0 92.28 1 92.93 92.28 -4.72 +6.2 VanE 12-17 n N ITML VanE EMHi N HYEM 1.57 6.9 24.95 22.68 70 22.88 274 22.93 22.75 +.13 -6.5 VanEHiYM N HYD 1.45 4.6 31.49 30.60 414 31.46 3513 31.47 31.34 +.08 +.8 VanE ChiBd N CBON .68e 24.34 22.27 0 22.72 5 22.93 22.70 -.14 VnEkShHY N SHYD .81 3.3 25.30 24.04 16 24.55 193 24.61 24.45 +.13 +1.5 VnEkRus N RSX .01e 24.33 19.10 7574 21.79 48649 22.34 21.49 -.02 +2.7 VanE BDC N BIZD 1.47e 8.9 18.20 15.39 62 16.61 205 16.67 16.30 +.03 +.1 VEckPfSec N PFXF 1.24e 6.3 20.27 18.60 142 19.66 727 19.75 19.63 -.04 VanE FallA N ANGL 1.63e 4.7 30.39 28.56 243 28.82 1871 28.88 28.71 +.10 -3.8 VanE IntHY N IHY 1.26 5.1 26.20 24.18 7 24.54 682 24.61 24.39 +.09 -4.3 VanE Reit N MORT 2.36e 7.9 25.30 21.20 24 23.89 119 24.08 23.85 -.16 -.8 VnEkCfMun N XMPT 1.35 5.4 27.65 24.80 5 25.22 55 25.24 25.08 +.06 -5.3 VanE EmM N EMAG .92 4.5 22.45 20.25 0 20.58 10 20.77 20.46 +.03 -5.7 VanE IGFlt N FLTR .15e .6 25.42 25.15 80 25.28 438 25.28 25.23 +.05 VanE EMBd N EMLC .98 5.7 19.91 16.75 1984 17.17 16930 17.35 17.07 -.03 -9.5 VanEAltEn N GEX 1.07e 1.8 64.75 56.84 2 58.53 16 59.41 58.01 +.30 -4.3 VEckMun N PRB .15e .6 24.68 24.08 1 24.28 5 24.42 24.24 VnEkSMu N SMB .20 1.2 17.67 17.05 25 17.29 106 17.33 17.26 -.03 +.3 VanE LgMu N MLN .62 3.1 20.43 19.41 31 19.90 181 19.93 19.82 +.02 -2.1 VanEIntMu N ITM .54 2.3 24.33 23.25 183 23.63 1587 23.64 23.54 +.06 -1.8 VnEkHiInInf N YMLI 1.20 9.3 15.10 11.07 0 12.88 12 12.97 12.62 +.12 -4.1 VanE GenDr N GNRX 26.68 20.60 25.21 1 25.46 25.21 +.48 +3.7 VanE OilR N CRAK 33.85 23.26 7 31.99 41 32.46 31.49 +.54 +4.2 V IntMoat N MOTI 36.88 32.00 6 33.02 49 33.23 32.51 +.21 -3.2 VEckNucl N NLR 1.72e 3.4 54.27 45.37 3 51.11 6 51.57 51.08 -.42 +4.2 VnEkGlSpin N SPUN 25.99 21.84 25.58 10 25.92 25.52 -.02 +5.9 VanEChAMC N CNXT 37.10 27.75 14 29.47 42 29.59 28.24 +1.36 -14.8sVanE Israel N ISRA .44e 1.4 32.37 27.63 9 32.38 18 32.38 31.98 +.20 +6.6 VanEWMoat N MOAT .41e .9 46.20 38.21 37 44.99 409 45.05 44.62 +.39 +6.0sVanE UncOG N FRAK .06e .3 18.24 12.59 7 17.68 135 18.24 17.37 +.11 +12.9 VnEkSemi N SMH .58e .6 114.55 83.03 2847 104.98 27298 107.00 103.79 +.03 +7.3 VnEkRtl] N RTH 1.39e 1.3 103.87 77.47 23 103.24 53 103.46 101.07 +2.23 +13.0 VanE GenD Q GNRX 64.65 53.83 10 60.99 70 61.11 60.25 +.51 +2.8 VanE Agri N MOO 1.10e 1.8 65.86 54.92 21 62.33 544 63.26 61.92 -.12 +1.2 VEckOilSvc N OIH .47e 1.8 29.87 21.70 5248 26.31 32924 27.45 25.96 +.15 +1.0 VanE VecBi Q BBH 136.83 111.36 12 128.69 97 129.07 125.81 +2.83 +3.3tVnEkRusSC N RSXJ .81e 2.3 44.21 34.97 1 35.72 38 36.43 34.97 -.12 -12.9 VEckVcREr N REMX .50a 2.1 32.97 18.48 66 23.69 241 23.83 22.97 +1.00 -21.3 VEckChina N PEK 1.41e 1.3 54.26 39.14 0 40.61 46 40.97 39.48 +1.09 -15.9 VnEkIndSC N SCIF .57e 1.2 72.57 46.05 13 48.78 120 50.05 48.56 +.17 -28.1 VanE Egyp N EGPT 40.97 26.30 21 34.34 87 34.96 34.16 -.65 +5.0 VEckPoland N PLND .29e 1.8 21.80 15.47 7 16.39 14 16.58 16.21 +.13 -17.1 VanE JrGld N GDXJ 37.76 29.84 7047 32.53 40803 33.94 32.50 -.97 -4.7 VanE Coal N KOL .13 .8 18.49 13.15 23 15.71 123 16.10 15.65 -.25 -2.0 VnEk Viet N VNM .32e 2.0 20.50 14.03 183 15.65 1426 15.73 15.17 +.22 -12.5 VanEBrzSC N BRF 26.12 17.34 12 18.60 61 18.64 18.12 +.26 -20.7 VanEIndo N IDX .25e 1.2 26.90 19.96 8 21.25 182 21.31 20.99 +.49 -14.5 VanENatRs N HAP .64e 1.7 39.67 32.59 4 36.77 27 37.61 36.72 -.29 -.9 VanE VAfr N AFK .53e 2.3 27.39 21.45 2 23.20 24 24.18 23.18 -.42 -6.7 VanE Gam N BJK 1.07e 2.3 50.35 38.99 7 46.09 71 46.15 45.11 +1.45 -1.2 VandaPhm Q VNDA 20.40 11.90 310 19.80 2156 20.35 19.15 -.20 +30.3 VangLTBd N BLV 3.92e 4.1 95.98 86.51 57 89.85 367 89.89 89.04 +.34 -5.5 VangIntBd N BIV 2.17a 2.7 85.85 79.91 301 81.17 2407 81.18 80.87 +.11 -3.2 VangSTBd N BSV 1.08e 1.2 80.25 77.83 1078 78.17 6502 78.17 78.07 +.03 -1.2 VangTotBd N BND 2.06e 2.3 82.71 78.30 4072 79.37 12848 79.38 79.16 +.05 -2.7 VangExDur N EDV 4.81e 3.0 123.85 107.64 18 116.59 95 116.71 115.30 +.10 -3.6sVangMegG N MGK 1.33e 1.1 123.28 99.89 103 123.45 670 123.57 121.40 +2.36 +10.9 VangMegV N MGV 1.53e 2.0 81.59 68.94 58 76.42 298 76.51 75.63 +1.00 -.1 VanHiDvY N VYM 2.10e 2.5 90.93 77.58 441 84.76 2931 85.30 84.34 +.56 -1.0 VangIntHi Q VYMI 2.17e 3.5 72.32 61.20 33 62.88 370 63.56 62.17 -.08 -6.1 VangIntDiv Q VIGI 1.15e 1.7 70.39 60.86 32 65.80 248 65.90 64.89 +.60 -.8 VangEMGv Q VWOB 2.82 3.7 81.69 74.51 61 76.51 379 76.55 75.96 +.42 -4.7 VangEMI N VXF 1.13e .9 122.29 99.37 169 121.17 1219 122.25 120.48 +.36 +8.4sVangGrth N VUG 1.38e .9 155.23 126.73 1368 155.43 3798 155.61 152.84 +2.93 +10.5 VangLgCp N VV 1.84e 1.4 131.68 110.65 162 128.64 1057 128.78 127.23 +1.95 +4.9 VangMidC N VO 1.76e 1.1 164.17 140.54 512 161.89 2545 162.35 160.56 +1.52 +4.6sVangSmCp N VB 1.63e 1.0 161.39 131.25 603 159.88 2942 161.39 159.01 +.28 +8.2sVangSCG N VBK 1.19e .7 182.95 141.75 119 182.02 869 182.99 180.34 +1.18 +13.2sVangSCV N VBR 1.96e 1.4 140.27 118.55 186 138.57 1097 140.27 137.85 -.11 +4.4 VangTSM N VTI 2.17e 1.5 146.87 123.79 1965 144.70 9038 144.98 143.10 +1.91 +5.4 VangValu N VTV 2.05e 1.9 113.46 96.02 2878 106.45 9796 106.73 105.51 +1.26 +.1 VangSP500 N VOO 3.81e 1.5 263.37 221.22 1815 256.79 12311 257.16 254.01 +3.78 +4.7 VangMCVal N VOE 1.76e 1.6 117.97 101.45 132 112.50 1088 113.30 112.11 +.47 +.8 VangMCGr N VOT .82e .6 139.56 115.92 90 139.13 491 139.55 137.15 +2.07 +8.9 VangREIT N VNQ 3.08e 3.7 86.14 72.05 5022 82.26 25375 83.13 81.94 -.76 -.9 VangDivAp N VIG 1.82e 1.7 108.99 91.60 369 104.57 2316 104.66 103.00 +1.83 +2.5 V exUSRE Q VNQI 2.86e 4.9 65.20 55.44 235 58.31 1194 58.81 57.70 -.09 -3.6 VangAllWld N VSS 2.83e 2.4 127.14 107.09 141 115.63 501 116.50 114.09 +.55 -3.0 VangTotW A VT 1.53e 2.0 78.12 67.24 78.12 +5.2 VangAllW N VEU 1.34e 2.6 58.90 49.76 1639 52.46 9050 52.76 51.69 +.30 -4.1 VangEmg N VWO 1.10e 2.6 50.99 40.68 8978 42.80 56959 43.05 42.00 +.55 -6.8 VangPacif N VPL 1.37e 2.0 77.96 64.89 181 69.57 1191 70.18 68.55 +.31 -4.6 VangEur N VGK 1.71e 3.0 63.60 54.85 2587 57.08 13513 57.56 56.32 +.10 -3.5 VangTEBd N VTEB .28e 52.07 50.36 440 51.12 1689 51.12 50.95 +.07 -1.1sVang500Gr N VOOG 1.62e 1.1 151.61 122.76 44 151.83 277 151.94 149.12 +3.07 +10.9 Van500Val N VOOV 2.01e 1.9 116.72 99.89 15 108.29 100 108.86 107.69 +.95 -1.5sVanSC600V N VIOV 1.66e 1.2 146.90 114.49 11 144.19 65 146.90 143.52 -.87 +9.0sVanSC600G N VIOG 1.13e .7 169.30 128.05 15 167.75 86 169.30 166.87 +.22 +15.0sVangSC600 N VIOO 1.19e .8 158.76 121.82 24 156.66 194 158.76 155.72 -.63 +12.4sVanMC400V N IVOV 1.50e 1.2 128.40 109.00 9 126.62 43 128.40 126.17 +.12 +4.0 VanMC400G N IVOG 1.16e .8 143.92 118.23 13 142.92 52 143.70 142.05 +.95 +7.4sVanMC400 N IVOO 1.57e 1.2 135.83 113.66 12 134.49 92 135.83 133.86 +.45 +5.2 VanShTTr Q VGSH 1.06a 1.8 60.93 59.70 166 59.84 1429 59.84 59.80 -.01 -.7 VanSTCpB Q VCSH 1.97 2.5 80.41 77.84 1049 78.11 5194 78.14 77.99 +.04 -1.5 VanTotBd n Q VTC 2.70 3.3 88.99 80.51 4 81.65 13 81.71 81.26 +.26 -3.9 VangR3K Q VTHR 2.17e 1.7 131.16 110.90 2 129.28 14 129.40 127.92 +1.63 +5.3 VanR2KGr Q VTWG .82e .5 155.90 117.80 12 153.37 61 154.51 152.15 +.12 +13.2sVanR2KV Q VTWV 1.88e 1.6 118.35 97.33 3 116.41 21 118.35 116.41 -.88 +6.2 VangR2K Q VTWO 1.50e 1.1 136.70 107.77 51 134.63 352 136.49 134.02 -.59 +10.1sVanR1KGr Q VONG 1.65e 1.1 152.83 121.83 19 153.16 195 153.26 150.47 +3.33 +11.0 VanIntTTr Q VGIT 1.20 1.9 65.53 61.81 59 62.67 824 62.67 62.46 +.03 -2.0 VanR1KV Q VONV 2.49e 2.3 114.79 99.80 25 107.54 173 108.19 107.06 +.73 -.9 VangR1K Q VONE 2.28e 1.8 131.36 110.94 8 128.73 65 128.85 127.46 +1.85 +5.1 VanMtgBSc Q VMBS 1.16 2.3 53.14 50.79 230 51.44 1874 51.44 51.29 +.03 -1.9 VanLTCpB Q VCLT 3.66 4.1 96.52 86.70 478 89.43 2919 89.56 88.31 +.72 -6.6 VanLTTrs Q VGLT 2.07 2.7 79.71 71.47 59 75.41 321 75.46 74.86 +.05 -3.3 VanIntCpB Q VCIT 2.88 3.4 88.76 82.81 830 83.91 4666 83.99 83.58 +.19 -4.0 VangSTInfl Q VTIP .74e 1.5 49.66 48.52 236 48.89 1676 48.93 48.81 -.05 +.1 VangFTSE N VEA 1.10e 2.5 47.89 41.02 5308 43.25 34243 43.55 42.65 +.16 -3.6 VanTIntBd Q BNDX .58a 1.1 55.28 53.84 932 54.91 4615 54.93 54.77 +.11 +1.0 VanTIntStk Q VXUS 1.54e 2.8 61.17 51.71 472 54.60 3461 54.89 53.81 +.31 -3.9 VangCnD N VCR 2.03e 1.2 175.82 138.69 62 174.41 333 174.67 171.77 +3.26 +11.8 VangCnS N VDC 3.69e 2.7 151.29 126.78 78 137.14 464 137.33 135.57 +.91 -6.1 VangEngy N VDE 2.37e 2.2 109.79 83.80 108 105.38 910 108.13 104.10 +.63 +6.5 VangFncl N VFH .90e 1.3 75.48 59.92 460 68.38 2955 69.59 67.83 +.52 -2.4 VanHC Etf N VHT 1.96e 1.2 171.30 144.38 95 166.89 678 167.15 164.59 +2.61 +8.3 VangIndl N VIS 2.25e 1.6 151.28 125.63 89 139.87 602 140.25 137.42 +2.77 -1.8 VangInfT N VGT 1.61e .8 190.46 141.47 320 189.76 2223 190.30 185.90 +3.93 +15.2 VangMat N VAW 2.12e 1.6 144.65 120.06 78 133.03 438 135.16 132.27 +.34 -2.7 VangUtil N VPU 3.41e 2.9 125.54 104.82 182 117.31 1079 118.86 114.19 -1.53 +.6 VangTel N VOX 3.14e 3.6 95.57 81.62 70 87.89 601 88.25 87.12 +.52 -3.6 VantEng n Q VEAC 9.97 9.62 9.92 87 9.93 9.88 +.02 +2.1 VarexImag Q VREX 43.76 27.80 135 37.54 1469 39.00 37.41 -.40 -6.5 VarianMed N VAR 89 130.29 95.23 405 116.36 2810 119.23 115.91 -.21 +4.7 Varonis Q VRNS 83.10 35.55 177 78.90 1619 80.35 74.60 +1.50 +62.5 VascuBio Q VBLT 9.05 2.01 116 2.15 583 2.25 2.10 +.03 -69.7 Vaxart rs Q VXRT 11.88 2.76 8 3.16 87 3.60 3.08 +.01 -49.2 VectoIQ n Q VTIQ 9.59 9.54 11 9.54 381 9.54 9.54 -.04 -.4 VectoIQ un Q VTIQU 10.10 9.97 2 10.05 372 10.10 10.05 -.02 +.5 VectorGp N VGR 1.60b 8.4 23 23.14 18.70 374 19.05 2351 19.38 19.00 -.21 -14.9sVectren N VVC 1.80 2.5 28 71.71 57.48 379 71.31 2521 71.71 71.26 -.10 +9.7 Vectrus N VEC 14 41.48 25.17 48 31.31 324 31.80 30.40 -.31 +1.5tVedantaLtd N VEDL 1.20e 9.8 21.99 12.19 305 12.22 2128 13.27 12.15 -.53 -41.3 VeecoInst Q VECO 33.40 10.85 209 15.35 1883 15.95 15.05 -.05 +3.4 VeevaSys N VEEV 93 85.00 52.17 591 82.53 3177 82.80 78.36 +2.80 +49.3 VenatorM n N VNTR 26.90 15.74 319 16.76 2577 17.35 16.30 +.26 -24.2 Ventas N VTR 3.16 5.4 16 69.92 46.5