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Charlotte sun herald

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Charlotte sun herald
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Charlotte sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : 1995)
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Sun herald
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Charlotte Harbor, FL
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Sun Coast Media Group- Robert E. Lee - Publisher - Jim Gouvellis - Executive Editor
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United States -- Florida -- Charlotte -- Port Charlotte
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26.966141 x -82.068026

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Also issued on microfilm from Crest Technologies.
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Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
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"An edition of The Sun Herald."

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University of Florida
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Sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : Charlotte ed.)

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NORTH PORT „ A North Port woman is speaking out about her breastfeeding experience last weekend at a local store. August is National Breastfeeding Month and is being marked with various events and programs to bring awareness and education about breastfeeding. Anne Muir, with Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota County Inc., said one of the goals is to bring moms together so they dont feel embarrassed to breastfeed when they are out and about.Ž Embarrassment is exactly what one area mother recently felt, when she attempted to breastfeed her daughter at a North Port business. Lauren Fabian, of North Port, said she was shopping at the North Port Walmart on July 28 when her daughter became fussy. Shes teething, so I stopped to breastfeed her to soothe her,Ž Fabian said. She said she was in the garden center and sat in a rocking chair to nurse her daughter while her husband went to shop. Fabian said a cashier about 20 feet away was staring at her. She comes over, doesnt say a single word to me, and places a paper towel on my breast,Ž Fabian said. I was shocked, but I wanted to give her the bene“t of the doubt. I knew what she was trying to do, but I wanted to think she was trying to offer me a paper towel in case I needed it.Ž Fabians daughter then grabbed the paper towel and held it. The employee was pacing and watching, and came back over after a few minutes,Ž Fabian recalled. She asked me if the cart near me was mine.ŽBreastfeeding education is a focus this monthBy ANGEL ALBRINGSUN CORRESPONDENTFOCUS | 5PUNTA GORDA „ New zoning to potentially allow subsidized apartments in Charlotte County near the Sarasota County line is making its way to the state for approval. But its without the blessing of all “ve Charlotte County commissioners. Commissioner Christopher Constance was the one voice against the newest publicprivate partnership plan involving some 40 acres of 67.5 publicly owned land on Veterans Boulevard. The site is on the countys northern border with Sarasota County. The other four commissioners voted recently in favor of sending the zone change to the state for approval. If the state “nds the zone change to be legal, commissioners will meet on Sept. 19 with the Charlotte County Economic Development Of“ce to decide what to do next. Economic Development Director Lucienne Pears has said her staff will recommend issuing a request for proposals for developers to build up to 1,013 apartments with possible income restrictions. I cannot support this,Ž Constance said at the hearing. I have a real issue with giving up this small amount of what we could consider workforce housing or affordable housing, Zoning change could usher subsidized apartments into areaBy BETSY CALVERTSTAFF WRITERZONING | 10Seasonal layoffs of service workers is the likely reason behind a slight increase in Charlotte Countys unemployment rate from May to June. Compared to June last year, however, unemployment continues to drop, according to the most recent countywide statistics for Florida released by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. The rate in June last year for Charlotte County was 4.8 percent and was 4.3 in June this year. Unemployment in May was 3.7 percent in the county. There is some in”uence from our seasonal visitors,Ž said Jim Wall, public information of“cer for the CareerSource Southwest Florida. We are still very tied to retail, service and hospitality.Ž Still, economists consider anything around 4 percent to be full employment. That is true full employment,Ž Wall said. This is all good news for the area, even though we will see these blips. Overall, the area has recovered from the great recession.Ž The drop in unemployment from this time last year is more important than a change from month to month, Wall said. Year over year is a much more telling number.Ž Full employment means employers are scrambling to “nd employees, Wall said. He added he expects that employers of the big service industries in the area, including retail and food service, will start to offer employees better deals. One better deal will be keeping people on during the offseason, he said, perhaps with reduced hours. Newer employers such as Cheney Brothers food distributors have helped the region be less dependent on seasonal service jobs, Wall said. Were turning into a yearround economy.Ž The size of the labor force shrank a little from May to June, likely re”ecting the layoff of seasonal workers, Wall said. The same trends held for neighboring counties of DeSoto, Sarasota and Manatee. In DeSoto County, unemployment jumped up more than one point from May to June, from 3.1 to 4.2 percent. Wall said a blip like that could be as simple as Local unemployment rate increases slightlyBy BETSY CALVERTSTAFF WRITERINCREASES | 2 Woman cites incident at local store INSIDEBreastfeeding under unwarranted cultural pressure € See page 7ENGLEWOOD „ Rotonda resident Hanna Territ and Grove City resident Emily Mozzicato enjoyed an early morning Loving Light Yoga class at Englewood Beach on Friday. I didnt smell any red tide,Ž Territ said. She suffers from asthma and if any sign of the toxic red tide was in the air, she would have felt the effects. Territ and Mozzicato believed a change in wind direction made the difference. That doesnt mean the red tide disappeared. With winds shifting from the southeast over the last few days, the bloom appears to have moved north of Boca Grande and Englewood Beach. On the north end of Manasota Key, people only experienced slightŽ respiratory irritations, according to a Mote Marine Laboratory report Friday. As the bloom is apparently moving north toward Siesta Key, beach goers suffered intense respiratory irritations Friday, Mote said. Sarasota County workers have removed 18 tons of dead fish from Siesta Key Beach this week, according to WTSP News in Tampa. Growing concernsNews about Southwest Floridas noxious red tide bloom is spreading. Both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal published stories this week about Southwest Floridas problems State officials say theyre working on the problemRed tide on their radarBy STEVE REILLYSTAFF WRITER PHOTO PROVIDED BY JACK FOARDJack Foard sent this photo of a dead tarpon spotted on Don Pedro Island beach, likely the victim of red tide. Foard noted that maggots and worms were present, helping break down the sh, which will help get rid of the smell. He also wrote he was encouraged that two turtle nests had hatched, and two more nests were dug during the night.RED TIDE | 4 Pulitzer Prize winner2016 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 126 | NO. 216AMERICAS BEST COMMUNITY DAILY A t-storm late in the p.m.High 92 Low 75$1.50 www.yoursun.comTodays weather:www.yoursun.comFIND US ONLINE CHARLIE SAYS ...There is something fishy going on here. 705252000258Daily Edition $1.50 Saturday, August 4, 2018 LOBSTER FISHERMEN FEAR TRADE WAR AMID IRMA RECOVERYLobster shermen in the Florida Keys fear a trade war with China could undermine storm recovery in the island chain. 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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 FROM PAGE ONEIts a tight race for three Charlotte County School Board candidates eying the soon-to-be vacant District 1 seat. Cara Reynolds, Cathy Janiak and Geri Waksler have all lived and worked in Charlotte County for years and, now, want to bring their skills to the board. Reynolds, a teacher-turned-business owner, has been publicly endorsed by the Southwest Chapter of the South Florida AFLCIO, Charlotte Florida Education Association, Charlotte County Support Professionals Association and the Southwest Florida Central Labor Council. She worked for Charlotte County Public Schools for seven years before moving on to co-own WrightWay Emergency Water Removal. When I started to look at our School Board, I noticed there were no educators and I think, when youre making decisions for our schools, its very important to have the perspective of somebody who has actually worked in our schools,Ž Reynolds said on why she decided to run. She also has three children attending the schools. So this is very personal as far as the fact that I need our schools to be as good as they can possibly be for my kids and all the kids in Charlotte County.Ž Some of Reynolds goals for the board include transparency and improved staff morale. While she does support the referendum and the money it would bring in for higher teacher pay, a better salary alone will not “x everything. Before (the recession), the district was very inclusive of the teachers, they worked really hard to let the teachers know how much they cared about them,Ž Reynolds said. I think that a lot of whats happened in our schools over the last couple years is because the focus is too much on we have to get an A, we have to be an A district. Were working on that and working on giving our teachers the tools to get there but somewhere you lose that culture piece, that morale piece.Ž One way she hopes to achieve this is by bringing more teachers into the conversation, opening up groups such as textbook adoption committees to interested volunteers rather than handpicking from staff. Livestreaming board workshops and holding open of“ce hours are just a few more ideas Reynolds wants to implement. Teachers in our classrooms are professionals, if we have problems, they would have a million solutions to give us. We need to make sure their voices are heard,Ž she said. Her campaign focuses on three points „ energy, enthusiasm, excellence.Ž I will devote all of my time to this because I feel like the community deserves that,Ž Reynolds said. One competitor, Janiak, also has years of experience working for CCPS „ 34 to be exact. She has worked as an elementary teacher to a special education teacher to a guidance counselor and believes this gives her the necessary knowledge. I feel like I can bring something to the table that others cannot,Ž she said. Im not an attorney, Im not a small business owner and, currently, theres no educator on the board. Its all business „ and you need that „ but you also need an educator.Ž Like Reynolds, Janiak argues her past as a teacher will allow her to better “ght for staff and students. Increasing class time by half an hour is one solution Janiak has to problems CCPS currently faces. Extending school hours would be a winwin. (Teachers) all want more time with the kids and this would give them that but it would also give them a raise,Ž she said. Extra class time is another factor in the referendum, which Janiak also supports. Safety and mental health are important, too, she said. While the district is planning on adding counselors and social workers at the high school level, Janiak believes this is not enough. Thats great but, down the road, well have to be more proactive than that,Ž she said. Citing her time as an elementary counselor, she says risk assessments have been done on children as young as kindergarten-age, and its this level of involvement thats needed to prevent future tragedies. Janiak considers herself a grassroots candidate but hopes the public will look to her decades of work in education as evidence of her ability to continue CCPS on its upward track. Were a different community than we used to be, our needs have changed. We have (Charlotte Technical College), we can use it more ef“ciently, draw in new industry,Ž she said. Weve got things happening, we just need to build on it.Ž Waksler, a local attorney, is the only candidate who has not worked for CCPS, but she has still been involved in education. She has sat on and chaired a number of education-related boards, including the Charlotte Local Education Foundation and the Charlotte County Boys and Girls Club, and even co-founded what is now Charlotte Preparatory School. I have for years been dealing with education. This is the next step,Ž she said. For Wakslers campaign, she has four goals „ an ef“ciency study to identify and eliminate areas of waste in the budget, an increase in teacher salaries, more local control for the district and better communication between the community and the district. One major issue is retaining good teachers. Neighboring counties arent taking our bad teachers, theyre taking our good teachers. You dont need a study to know that if youre losing your best teachers, the quality of education is going to go down,Ž she said. We need to increase salaries, but a feeling of value and worth can also go a long way.Ž Creating better volunteer opportunities and looking at the affordable housing crisis are just two ideas Waksler has tossed around. If people can come in „ by way of a citizens academy „ and see how CCPS works, she says, they will have more respect for teachers and staff, ultimately increasing morale. In response to her competitors classroom experience, Waksler noted that the board gets a teachers perspective at every meeting through Superintendent Steve Dionisio, who taught at Murdock Middle School prior to taking on jobs as assistant principal and principal of Port Charlotte High School. Instead, she says, the board should set the broad vision and goals for the school district and let Dionisio cover the day-to-day operations. Im a vision setter and a policy maker,Ž Waksler said. But dollars enable you to do things you are not otherwise able to do. We will continue to lose teachers, continue to see a drain on resources (without the referendum). But I think we have the right team in place to continue us on in an upward trajectory. All is not lost.Ž She is endorsed by the Charlotte-DeSoto Building Industry Association, the Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, North Port Association of Realtors and the Englewood Area Board of Realtors. All three candidates are registered Republicans „ though the School Board is of“cially nonpartisan „ and all are in support of the millage referendum. The primary election is Aug. 28. Unless one candidate receives 50 percent plus one vote in the primaries, according to the Supervisor of Elections, the top two vote-earners will move on to the general election on Nov. 6. Email: kgleason@sun-herald.com Charlotte County School Board election focuses on changeBy KAYLA GLEASONSTAFF WRITER SEE MORE ELECTION COVERAGE IN UPCOMING EDITIONS OF THE SUNAug. 5: Congress District 17 Republicans and Democrats Aug. 6: Charlotte County Airport Authority Aug. 7: 20th Circuit Judge Aug. 8: Sarasota County School Board Aug. 11: Sarasota County Commission Aug. 12 : State Representative District 74 Early voting begins Aug. 13 NAME: Cathy Janiak TOWN: Port Charlotte OCCUPATION: Retired teacher EXPERIENCE: Student special needs teacher; classroom teacher, second and fourth grade, Neil Armstrong; elementary school counselor, Neil Armstrong, Vineland; middle school counselor, Murdock; National Board Certification, school counselor; School Core (Leadership) Team, Neil Armstrong, Vineland; Facilitator, Neil Armstrong, Vinelend, Murdock Middle (MTSS, ELL, 504); Family Needs Liaison, Neil Armstrong, Vineland; Outreach Team Co-Leader, New Life Family Worship, Punta Gorda NAME: Cara Reynolds TOWN: Punta Gorda/Deep Creek OCCUPATION: Co-owner at WrightWay Emergency Water Removal EXPERIENCE: Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, Charlotte County Leadership 2018 class president, seven years teaching in CCPS classrooms, CCPS Teacher of the Year Committee, five-year member and officer of Deep Creek Elementary School Advisory Committee, member of CCPS Transportation Review Committee, HOA Board Member and Secretary/Treasurer NAME: Geri Waksler TOWN: Punta Gorda/Deep Creek OCCUPATION: Attorney at McCrory Law Firm EXPERIENCE : Boys and Girls Clubs of Charlotte County Board of Directors, 2006-2014, President 2010-2011; Charlotte Local Education Foundation Board of Directors, 2010-Present, President 2014-2015; Take Stock in Children Mentor, 2008-Present; Leadership Charlotte, Class of 1998; Co-Founder Charlotte Prep (formerly Charlotte Academy), 1996; Charlotte Academy Board of Directors, 1996-2003 JANIAK REYNOLDS WAKSLER SARASOTA „ When Sarasota County Commissioners return from their annual summer break, they will have a busy meeting Aug. 29. Besides public hearings on three November general election-related items, commissioners will also conduct a public hearing on a change to the ordinance creating the countys community reinvestment program. This program allows the countys municipalities, or the county itself, to tap into a pot of money specifically set aside to fund projects geared toward community improvements if they meet the criteria set out in the ordinance. Commissioners unanimously approved the authorization to advertise the public hearing to consider a change to the ordinance at their July 10 meeting, after directing staff in May to draft the change to the ordinance. The potential change to the ordinance would allow planning activities related to a proposed infrastructure project to be included in an application for funding, something Commissioner Alan Maio has advocated for in the past. Planning was always part of this,Ž Maio said during the July 10 meeting, adding that funding for planning activities had been removed from the ordinance during former County Administrator Tom Harmers administrator. Maio said hed asked several times but received no good explanation why planning had been removed. As a planner, I see nothing wrong with giving folks who want to do a project with giving a small amount of their total request for planning,Ž Maio said. The authorization to advertise the public hearing was included on the July 10 consent agenda, but the item was pulled at the request of Commission Chairwoman Nancy Detert, who missed the May meeting due to an illness. This is a change to how were doing business in regards to economic development,Ž Detert said as she asked for an explanation about the change. Lisa Damschroder, the countys economic development coordinator, explained that the change was merely to add planning activities as eligible for funding, which the ordinance in its current form did not permit. In April, commissioners approved a request from the town of Longboat Key for $400,000 from the fund to assist in the construction of the towns Arts, Culture and Education Center. And recently, during a discussion of the budget for the new aquatics center, North Port city commissioners asked City Administrator Pete Lear to look into the program so the city could perhaps make an application to defray some of the construction costs for the new facility.Email: jondaltonwr@gmail.comChanges coming to community reinvestment programBy WARREN RICHARDSONSUN CORRESPONDENT Let The DONT BE LEFT IN THE DARK! Light Your Way! Your s our c e for lo c al, national & world new s charter school teachers leaving for the summer. Also, with a labor force of just 13,708 people, DeSotos numbers are smaller. The employment situation in this area mirrors both state and national unemployment trends, although the size of the labor force grew nationally and statewide from May to June. Charlotte Countys unemployment rate is similar, although slightly higher than statewide (3.9 percent) and the nation (4.2 percent.)email:ecalvert@sun-herald.comINCREASESFROM PAGE 1

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Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 FROM PAGE ONEOne local area wants to stand out for what it doesnt have, instead of for what it does. With some areas in Southwest Florida „ such as Fort Myers Beach, Englewood Beach and Boca Grande „ challenged by red tide, Charlotte Harbor and Fishermens Village are currently free of it, and ready to accommodate boaters and visitors looking for a reprieve. According to Kathy Burnam, marketing and events manager of Fishermens Village, the marina of“ce has been “elding calls from boaters around Southwest Florida needing to get outŽ and “nd dockage space elsewhere. Our Harbor is currently in good shape,Ž said Burnam. And we welcome being able to accommodate those who need to “nd a respite from red tide.Ž Jennifer Huber and Jerry Jones of the Punta Gorda/Englewood Beach Visitor and Convention Bureau teamed up with Fishermens Village Harbor Master Ron Schebil and Captain Ralph Allen of King Fisher Fleet to help put a positive spin on such a negative situation for the area. The Visitors Bureau, as well as Fishermens Village, posted videos to social media to help educate readers on the conditions of Charlotte Harbor. The effects of red tide are being felt up and down the coast of Southwest Florida „ even in parts of Charlotte County „ but Huber said those concerns are not present in the more inland Charlotte Harbor and Peace River. We dont want to minimize the severity of red tide in the area,Ž said Huber. Its been heartbreaking and frustrating, but the upper harbor area (where Fishermens Village is located) is not feeling those effects at this time.Ž Because red tide cannot tolerate low-salinity waters for very long, blooms usually remain in salty, coastal waters and do not penetrate upper reaches of estuaries; such as Charlotte Harbor. Blue-green algae does become cause for concern, but also is not a threat in the harbor at this time, according to Allen. We took a boat ride from Fishermens Village to the (Gilchrist) bridge,Ž said Huber. There are boats sailing and “shermen down by the bridge, so the conditions are not an issue around there.Ž Boat trips and charters are still being run around Charlotte Harbor „ though trips to Cayo Costa and Cabbage Key areas have been suspended at the moment. King Fisher Fleet is also still conducting sightseeing and sunset cruises out of Fishermens Village. We have had (red tide) in Punta Gorda in past years,Ž said Allen. Usually that happens in the winter, its pretty rare, in my 40 years here I think its happened maybe three times.Ž To watch the video shot Friday by the Visitors Bureau at Fishermens Village, visit www.facebook.com/ RealPureFlorida. ENGLEWOOD „ Red tide has claimed another casualty in Englewood. The Pioneer Days Committee has canceled the ninth-annual Michael ODonnell Memorial Fish-A-Thon. Organizers had scheduled the free kids “shing tournament for Aug. 26, a week before many of the Pioneer Days Labor Day weekend events. The catch-andrelease tournament is traditionally held at the Anger “shing pier at Tom Adams Bridge. Committee chairperson Chris Phelps said the decision to cancel was dif“cult, but necessary, due to the conditions in Lemon Bay. We dont want anything to impact in any way the families or children of the community,Ž Phelps said. Even if the red tide clears up by then, we dont want to put the pressure on the “sh population.Ž The red tide bloom thats been plaguing Southwest Florida has been around since November 2017, according to state wildlife of“cials. But since late June, its darkened the Gulf and bay waters around Englewood and Boca Grande, killing tons of “sh and marine animals and causing respiratory irritation for people who get a whiff of the toxins released by the bacteria. This breaks my heart,Ž said Fish-A-Thon co-chair Cathy Redman in a press release. But I dont want to risk anyones health „ especially the kids.Ž Cathy and her husband Roger Redman have organized the tournament for nine years, in honor of Cathys late son, Michael ODonnell, an avid “sherman who died while spear“shing with his brother and friends in 2010 near Boca Grande. It usually draws more than a hundred children and their families who “sh from the pier. We might be weeks away, but this has been going on for too long,Ž Redman explained. Not knowing for sure what the conditions will be „ wed rather be safe than sorry.Ž The Pioneer Days Committee has not canceled any other events, although Phelps said she is working on a plan BŽ for the Cardboard Boat Race, set for Sept. 1 at Indian Mound Park, in case the organizers have to move it. More information and a full schedule of events planned for Pioneer Days is available at: www. englewoodpioneerdays. com.Email: porter@sun-herald.comENGLEWOOD „ The Lemon Bay Touchdown Club has moved its annual “shing tournament to Sept. 8. The reason: red tide. The Touchdown Club, which is the booster club for the Lemon Bay High School Manta Rays football program, has been holding the inshoreoffshore tournament for six years. It was set for this weekend, based out of the Boca Grande Marina on Gasparilla Island. The club decided to change the date last week. The conditions just wont allow for it,Ž explained LBTD Club president Holly Haynes on Friday. We are hoping that by Sept. 8 well have clean waters. Were going to continue monitor the conditions and reevaluate what we can do,Ž she said. The tournament consists of two divisions. The offshore “shermen check in on Friday evening, and then head out to the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, looking for red grouper, snapper and a mystery “sh. Early Saturday morning, the inshore fishermen will check in, then fish around the bays and passes in search of trout, redfish and a mystery fish. Everyone returns to the marina Saturday afternoon for weigh-ins, prizes and a party. Haynes said the club notified captains who had signed up about the date change. The tournament is one of the two main annual fundraisers for the club, and brings in more than $10,000 to buy equipment, pay for buses to football camp, and provide team meals to varsity and junior varsity players, coaches and trainers on gameday. For more information and updates, please visit lbtdclub.com, like Lemon Bay Touchdown Club on Facebook, or call tournament chairman Ryan Johnson at 941-586-8019.Email: porter@sun-herald.comCharlotte Harbor going against the tidePioneer Days committee cancels Fish-A-ThonLemon Bay Touchdown Club moves fishing tourney to Sept. 8By JUSTIN RAFFONESUN INTERNBy CHRIS PORTERENGLEWOOD EDITORBy CHRIS PORTERENGLEWOOD EDITOR Jennifer Huber and Jerry Jones of the Charlotte County Visitors Bureau lm a segment to air on social media with Harbor Master Ron Schebil on Friday in Charlotte County.PHOTOS PROVIDEDAreas around Charlotte Harbor are marked as not pr esent for red tide. This map is available to view online at myfwc.com/redtidestatus. BOCA GRANDE BEACH ADVISORY LIFTEDA beach advisory that warned against swimming at Boca Grande Beach since July 26, was lifted Friday by the Florida Department of Health in Charlotte County. That was after officials received testing results that contained acceptable levels of enterococcus bacteria.Ž A similar beach advisory for Port Charlotte Beach West also went into effect on July 26, but that was lifted Aug. 31 by the FDOH. The FDOH in Charlotte County monitors water quality regularly at 10 sites along the coastline. According to FDOH, although bacteria are at safe levels again, it is still important to avoid organisms that live in or near the water, and stay clear of algae blooms. If you experience illness related to an algae bloom, call the Florida Poison Control Center at: 800-2221222. To report algae blooms, contact the Florida Department of Environmental Protection at: 855-3053903.with the red tide algae bloom and the bluegreen algae-infected freshwater discharges from Lake Okeechobee. As national network TV news picked up the story Thursday and Friday, Florida officials ramped up their responses to the bloom thats affecting 100 miles of Gulf coastline from Sarasota to Naples. At least in the form of press releases. Florida Gov. Rick Scott issued a statement Friday specifically addressing the red tide bloom thats been plaguing Lee, Charlotte and Sarasota counties for the past six weeks. FWC and (the Department of Environmental Protection) will enhance cleanup efforts, public awareness initiatives and water testing to ensure that Floridians understand the best ways to minimize the impact of red tide,Ž Scott stated in a press release. FWC will deploy additional scientists to assist local efforts to save animals affected by the naturally occurring red tide.Ž Other agencies also put out press releases Friday saying how they are aware of what locals are facing. Mote Marine Laboratory assists the FWC in its red tide monitoring and other research efforts, it stated in an email on Friday. Mote is advancing innovative research with the ultimate goals of: improved rapid assessment and modeling for (Harmful Algae Blooms) forecasting; prevention, control and mitigation of HAB impacts; public health protection; and expansion of local community outreach and engagement,Ž Motes release states. Mote scientists continue to study control and mitigation methods that may benefit limited-tidalexchange waterways, such as dead-end canals and other small waterways potentially impacted by red tide. Past studies have helped to rule out control and mitigation methods that may be ineffective or more harmful for our waters,Ž Mote stated. The Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission sent out an information sheet with links back to its website. The release was sent due to the quantity of media inquiries.Ž Charlotte County Tourism of“cials put out a survey Friday to hotels, restaurants, property managers, “shing guides and others to learn how their businesses have been affected by red tide. Tourism Development Director Lorah Steiner said shes heard from two property managers who said they lost $75,000 and $100,000 in rentals due to the red tide outbreak. We care very much about the quality of your vacation and, during this red tide bloom, we have provided you with resources to find an alternative beach and additional activities you and your family can enjoy,Ž Charlotte Countys Punta Gorda/ Englewood Beach Visitor & Convention Bureau posted on its Facebook page. The official Charlotte County, Florida GovernmentŽ page on Facebook has also posted a Q & A on red tide. Email: reilly@sun-herald.comRED TIDEFROM PAGE 1 RED TIDE TESTINGThe Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission released the results of water samples that showed: € High concentrations, 1 million or more algae cells per liter of water, at Nokomis and the North Jetty beaches. € High concentrations at Venice Beach and at the Venice fishing pier on July 30. € High concentrations at Caspersen Beach on July 30. € High concentration at Sarasota Countys public Manasota and Blind Pass beaches on July 27, then dropping to low concentrations, 10,000 to 100,000 per liter, on July 30. € High concentrations in Lemon Bay at Bay Heights Road July 26 and Aug. 1. € High concentrations at Englewood Beach on Aug. 1. € High and medium, 100,000 to 1 million cells per liter, in Boca Grande Pass on July 31 and Aug. 1. For more red tide status reports, visit myfwc.com. RED TIDE REPORTS€ 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.

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The Sun /Saturday, August 4, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 FROM PAGE ONEFabian said she told the employee it was, but also asked why that was important. She told me she was going to use it to block me, to cover me up, so no one could see what I was doing. I told her that I was able to feed my child, that it is the law. And she said: Nobody wants to see that. Im 65 and in my generation, we didnt do things like this. I explained to her that she was breaking the law,Ž Fabian said. The law Fabian was referring to is Title XXIX, Chapter 383 of Florida State Law. It states: A mother may breastfeed her baby in any location, public or private, where the mother is otherwise authorized to be, irrespective of whether the nipple of the mothers breast is uncovered during or incidental to the breastfeeding.Ž Jamee Thumm, educational services manager for Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota County Inc., said National Breastfeeding Month and World Breastfeeding Week, which begins Monday, are both important for many reasons. National Breastfeeding Month is important because its a time to come together as a community to show our support for breastfeeding moms and celebrate how far weve come,Ž Thumm said. Fabian said she was saddened not only by the discrimination she faced, but also by the response she received when she spoke with management. Fabian and her husband spoke with a manager, who passed the information along to the district manager, Dale Barghausen. I spoke with him and he did apologize, but he had not reviewed the video footage or spoken to the associate. He even said he has never seen anyone breastfeeding in his store before and he didnt even know there was a policy about it,Ž Fabian said. Barghausen declined to speak with the press and directed all calls to the corporate of“ce. Fabian made a report to the corporate of“ce, but has not received a response. Walmart does have a policy for breastfeeding in their stores that reads, We welcome our customers/members who breastfeed their children in our facilities and they may do so in any location where they are otherwise allowed to be.Ž That same policy lays out guidelines that employees are not to approach a breastfeeding mother, nor are they to suggest that the mother stop breastfeeding, move to another location, use the restroom to breastfeed or cover herself or her child.Ž Personally, I think its a company problem,Ž Fabian said. As a store manager, if you dont know about this policy or this law, how can you properly train your associates? (Barghausen) said he will speak with her, but I feel like he didnt take the time to really review this properly.Ž Fabian said she decided to come forward with her story because she wants to raise awareness of this issue so other mothers arent discriminated against in Walmart stores. I was able to handle it well, but what happens if you get a mom who is struggling? This could ruin her breastfeeding journey with her child and thats not right. It is already hard enough doing it in public without having someone shame you,Ž Fabian said, adding that she has breastfed her daughter for 21 months and has never had anyone approach her. You get people who stare, but thats an opportunity to educate,Ž Fabian said. Theres nothing sexual about this, and this is what your body is for. When someone shames you, it make you feel sexualized,Ž Fabian said. She also caused a confrontation with my child in the middle and took away my ability to soothe her when she needed me. Its just horrible.Ž Fabian said her hope is that Walmart, speci“cally the North Port location, takes time to educate its employees on the law and the company policy to make sure it doesnt happen again. Thumm said Healthy Start Coalitions mission falls in line with Fabians hope. The main goals of the month are to recognize our accomplishments as a community and raise awareness that breastfeeding is the optimal way to feed babies and we should empower and support moms through their journey, whatever that journey may look like,Ž Thumm said. We support moms and their right to receive evidence-based education and support to choose and follow through with their chosen feeding journey.Ž To kick off World Breastfeeding Week, Latch-On events will be held in various places all around the world, with two being held locally. One will take place at the Downtown Sarasota Farmers Market and another will be held at the North Port Sarasota Memorial Hospital ER & Health Care Center. Participants are asked to register at 9 a.m., and the latch-on starts at 10:30 a.m. Latch-On Sarasota is a public awareness event during which breastfeeding women (including those who pump or supplement) gather together to break the local record for the most simultaneous breastfeeding moms.Ž More than 100 nursing moms are expected to attend. They arent really a nurse-in „ thats typically a planned response to increasing breastfeeding awareness as reaction against a particular breastfeeding discrimination event. Our Latch-Ons are an annual World Breastfeeding Week celebration as part of our communitys version of the Global Big Latch On and La Leche Leagues Live Love Latch efforts,Ž Thumm said. Our community has a great supportive breastfeeding community so we combine efforts to create a larger event to better serve our families.Ž FOCUSFROM PAGE 1 LATCHON EVENTSTo kick off World Breastfeeding Week, Latch-On events will be held. One will take place at the Downtown Sarasota Farmers Market and another will be held at the North Port Sarasota Memorial Hospital ER & Health Care Center. Participants are asked to register at 9 a.m., and the latch-on starts at 10:30 a.m. Latch-On Sarasota is a public awareness event during which breastfeeding women (including those who pump or supplement) gather together to break the local record for the most simultaneous breastfeeding moms.Ž More than 100 nursing moms are expected to attend. She told me she was going to use it to block me, to cover me up, so no one could see what I was doing. I told her that I was able to feed my child, that it is the law. And she said: Nobody wants to see that. Im 65 and in my generation, we didnt do things like this. I explained to her that she was breaking the law.Ž Lauren Fabian, of North Port Englewood students are welcome to get free school supplies at the Back to School Bash from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at Englewood SKY Academy, 881 S. 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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 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 IEWPOINTExercise right to vote other Change needed to tackle toxins A campaign of insinuations Tough day at the pet store A lunch without straws A vote for Stan Smith Just no way to settle disputesEditor: I am so tired of all the fights in the letters I read on this page. Are we or are we not American citizens? Do you believe in the Constitution? Do you agree with the billionaires who have taken over our government? I am NPA on purpose, because both the major parties have forgotten who is supposed to run this country. We the people. If you really are a true patriot you must agree with me. If you dont, then please leave this country and let an immigrant take your place who really wants to love this country and support it. I am tired of our POTUS and his support of our enemies and not our allies. I know many immigrants whom I work with in the building industry who would die for this country, so they and their families can live in freedom. I watch the youth of today wanting a handout. They are on their phones texting instead of doing the work they are paid to do. My point is: Wake up, get a brain and stop the progression that this country is on. If you really want to, show a true protest in November. Vote in anyone other than the two parties that have control. A noŽ vote is not an option. Its your duty as an American to vote. If you dont vote at all you have no right to voice any complaints. Karl Conrad Weiser Deep CreekEditor: The toxic disaster that has been occurring in our Gulf waters and along our pristine beaches killing marine life and keeping people away is not natural, its not normal, and should not be accepted as such. Red tide manifests itself naturally, many miles away from our shoreline, but it generally dissipates as it nears the shoreline due to the lack of nutrients in the Editor: Many folks have become victims of the Republican Party ploy to create cults of hate. The GOPs well-funded, well-organized campaign of exaggerated insinuations and character assignation, as was done to President Obama, Secretary Clinton and many others. The GOP hate campaign befriended racists, not only condoning acts of discrimination, but promoting hate for Editor: Recently I purchased some pet supplies at a local pet store. After I had paid I noticed I was charged too much so I asked for a refund. They called the manager from the back; he came to the front. I showed him my bill and asked for it to be corrected and he said, OK Ill return your (expletive) money.Ž Editor: After reading your article regarding straws in your July 23 edition, Id like to comment on an experience I enjoyedŽ at one of Punta Gordas local restaurants. I was with a small group of ladies enjoying lunch recently at the Perfect Caper. When the waiter came to take our drink order, I ordered my drink and said: no straw, please.Ž With this, the young male waiter removed two straws from his pocket and told me we never give straws automatically to customers unless the customer asks speci“cally for one. However, I do carry one or two in my pocket to accommodate the customer who requests a straw.Ž Im hoping more restaurants will follow the example of the Perfect Caper. So many people are quick to say they want the governmentŽ out of their lives. It seems to me that if we the people acted responsibly, the governmentŽ wouldnt have to get in our lives. Just a thought.Judy Schnabel Punta GordaEditor: Its all about the technologyŽ Punta Gorda Herald, June 15. Stan Smith would be excellent in working with the Western Michigan aviation program. After 32 years as captain with a major airline and ”ew many models of planes as planes upgrade, Stan has the intelligence to move and look forward in what is expected for pilots. Stan would not be afraid to use his experience and his visions of things needed for our airport to go forward, hand in hand with Western Michigan University at our airport, any other enterprises, and, of course, the Airport Authority. Please elect Stan Smith, Republican, for Charlotte County Airport Authority Commissioner District 4.Barbara Makray Port CharlotteEditor: In his letter published in the Sun on August 1, a writer enthusiastically voices the merits of Floridas Stand your groundŽ law in reference to the recent murder of a man in a dispute over a parking space. As far too many fervent Second Amendment supporters seem to claim these days, a gun seems to be the best and apparently quite often the only way to deal with any number of situations, from having somebody sneeze on you to a home invasion. In case you hadnt contemplated it, killing somebody after arguing over a parking space „ in which you dont even want to park „ is simply wrong. Trying to justify the use of a handgun to do so is equally wrong. The United States has had more than 30,000 gun-related deaths so far in 2018. A country like Canada (albeit with one-tenth the population) has had fewer than 400. I am not telling my American friends to give up their guns. But I would certainly suggest that using them in, perhaps, a slightly less insane fashion might make you a greater country than you are now? Bill Smith North PortHave meetings, set foundation for decisionsOUR POSITION: Meetings are good, as long as they lead somewhere.By all means, have a meeting. At “rst glance, the Community Development Summit recently approved by Punta Gorda City Council seems redundant „ a meeting to set the stage for charettes to set the stage for updating the 2005 Citizens Master Plan. Its actually a pretty good idea. The proposal, put forward by Team Punta Gorda, calls for the day-long summit to serve as a tool for public education. Team Punta Gorda CEO Nancy Johnson recently wrote the summit will feature speakers from other small cities in Florida that have dealt with issues surrounding what constitutes acceptable development. As outlined by Johnson, the summit will include a session on smart growth as well as issues of development and economy in a small town. A speaker from a national organization is being targeted to talk about smart growth. The end of the day will feature workshops to hone idea to take into the charettes, or participatory workshops. Right here, its important to identify the bottom line. The primary issue is development of City Marketplace, the 5.2 acres of empty space in downtown Punta Gorda. And the primary issue concerning that development is building height. In March, the City Council voted 3-2 to direct staff to draft an ordinance changing city code to increase building-height limits from 50 feet to 84 feet. Controversy ensued. Supporters say relaxing the building height restriction is the only way the City Marketplace will ever be developed. Opponents dont want taller buildings in downtown Punta Gorda for aesthetic reasons. They like Punta Gorda the way it is „ small, charming, low-slung. Meetings ensued. A community meeting generated the idea that the 2005 Citizens Master Plan needed updating. The land development regulations are outdated, and code generally needs a thorough going-over. The document to be developed is called the Citywide Master Plan. City Council has since approved a request for quali“cations that would be required of a consultant to lead the effort. A business community workshop was held in June to learn the citys effectiveness in terms of supporting business. Building height was what it really was about. In mid-July, City Council held a special meeting to potentially move forward with the development of the Citywide Master Plan. Charettes, or community workshops, are planned in preparation for the new Master Plan. Intended or not, one of the effects the Community Summit „ in fact, all these meetings „ will have is to turn down the volume on government by noise. Too often in the past, the issues of building height and downtown development have been shouted down by Punta Gordas no birds.Ž Theyre the residents who oppose change of any kind. They are of the mind that past and future begin and end with their point of view. The series of meetings „ and the charettes and summit to follow „ offer forums for support and dissent that allow both sides to speak. Turning up the volume is unnecessary when people are making their point in a way that is civil. There has been some sentiment that this process should be fast-tracked, that City Marketplace should be developed forthwith „ never mind the $9.4 million price tag or that the building height issues must be resolved “rst. We support the process. Punta Gorda should call all the meetings it wants. And then make informed decisions. water. But when it instead meets the man-made nutrient-filled waters from the Lake Okeechobee releases, the bloom explodes. This is what occurred in 2016 and what has been occurring since these releases began after Hurricane Irma. But water releases from Lake O have been occurring for decades, without the same disastrous results. So what made these lake releases into our waterways different and create such a disaster? For starters, in 2011, Governor Scott eliminated the portion of the Clean Water Act that regulated the level of excess nutrients that can flow unchecked into Floridas waterways. Next, he seriously cut funding and curtailed regulations for Floridas water management districts and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, causing hundreds of job layoffs, so there was far less monitoring our waterways. This, coupled with his eliminating many of the DEPs regulations, was a recipe for disaster because excess phosphorus and contaminants that flow into Lake O were no longer being monitored and controlled. These actions were carried out with the approval of the Department of Agriculture under Adam Putnam. This current disaster will continue to occur if the same people are in charge unless there is a change, a change that voters can make at the polls in November. Alice White North Portcountries, races and religions. The bigots came out of the woodwork to join. In spite of the un-Christian hate aspect, some religious people joined them. They were brainwashed into believing GOP was the Christian political party. Christs teaching of compassion and love were set aside because of hugely promoted emphasizes on abortion and same-sex marriage. Issues of interest, certainly not something to decide your vote. There are fad-followers, the non-thinkers, who just love slogans and clever sayings.Hank Pruitt Port CharlotteI said, Did you use a four-letter word in your response to me?Ž After doing some other things besides waiting on me he finally came to the register cursing all the way and he eventually took my purchase and threw it on the floor. The groomer came over, who had witnessed all of this, and led him off the floor to the back. I was afraid, and really just in shock. I left the store and a few days later I contacted the corporate office to report this incident. Of course, they apologized and told me that he had a bad day in the back unloading a truck, to which I said geesh, get rid of him and hire someone who can do two things at once, unload a truck and handle an issue with a customer. Rosemary Bennett North Port

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The Sun /Saturday, August 4, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7 VIEWPOINTAt a time when getting real help to President Trump is so critical, we do not need anymore lawyers going to Washington to feed their own agendas and line their pockets with special interest money. One of my opponents has never met a special interest that he didnt like. He has taken large sums of money from all over the country. And he does not even live in the district. Sound familiar? And now we find out that Greg Steube has been working as a lobbyist at the same time he was a state representative and senator. His firm even represented the Brady gun control people. Then he took over $10,000 from Sarasota County to lobby for them when they are already in his district. A bit stinky, if not outright illegal. I guess he will take a dollar from anyone. My other opponent, although he lives in the district, has taken huge sums of money from the New York City crowd. You know the folks, the same crowd that gave to New Yorks Bill de Blasio and Andrew Cuomo. They have both taken a great deal of money from other large cities not in the district. I cant help but believe that these guys will be loyal to the money, more so than to the people of the 17th District. I realize that District 17 is the largest citrus-producing area in the country and that it is a huge part of the economy. They deserve representation, as does the cattle industry. I know many of the problems they face. But the people are just as important. I believe that honesty and integrity are the two most important things that a servant to the people can possess. Unfortunately, there is very little of that in Washington. I have been called into question because a group of us veterans protested Mr. Steube. Let me be perfectly clear. We didnt protest the fact that he served, but that he has continued to misrepresent how he served. And that he lambasted and berated an elderly veteran who questioned Steubes false claim to be a combat veteran. Steube was a JAG lawyer in charge of prisoners and guards. That is just fine, a needed duty. All Steube had to do was tell the truth and he would have been thanked and welcomed by the veterans whom I know. Anyone that knows me knows that veterans and their causes have been my first priority. I am absolutely pro-life. I am one of only three congressional candidates in the entire state to be endorsed by Personhood Florida, one of the largest pro-life groups in Florida. We must cut the budget, reduce spending and save our grandchildren and great-grandchildren from total chaos. The only functions which should ever get more money are our incredible military and wonderful veterans who gave so much of themselves. And we can do that by eliminating other departments, like the Department of Education. Its time to really stop all of the waste and fraud, not just pay lip service to it. And we must protect the Second Amendment at all costs. I feel that I am the best choice to represent Charlotte County in the U.S. House of Representatives, because my home is in Port Charlotte, and I know the needs of Charlotte County, as well as the rest of District 17. I have owned successful small businesses. I am quite familiar with the needs of the small businessman and woman. The people of District 17 are the only special interest I have. I will be here when Congress is not in session, not off running with lobbyists on some junket. My door will always be open to my constituents. I welcome your comments and suggestions. So on Aug. 28, please remember that I am the only candidate who does not take money from special interests. Not from New York, not from Tallahassee, not from Tampa or Orlando. I want you, the people of District 17, to be my employer. I am a Christian, a husband, a father and very conservative when it comes to spending your money. On Aug. 28, remember, Bill Akins is here to represent you! Bill Akins of Port Charlotte is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress, District 17.My only special interest is people of District 17 Guest ColumnistBill Akins As an advocate, scholar and, well, a human, Ive been following recent stories on breastfeeding „ national coverage of the U.S. delegations appalling failure to support the World Health Assembly breastfeeding resolution and, more recently, news about the criticism of breastfeeding at a Mora, Minn., kiddie pool. While the two issues may appear to be only tangentially related, in fact they stem from the same cultural resistance that inhibits the achievement of national breastfeeding objectives and individual breastfeeding goals. When people at a pool, restaurant, retail store or other public place order nursing mothers to cover upŽ or relocate, yes, they are breaking the law protecting the right to breastfeed. Even more tragically, though, these people are conveying cultural disapproval of a natural act designed to give babies the optimal chance at survival and good health. Media coverage of these incidents, which occur far too often, amplifies its stigmatization, suggesting to other nursing women that they, too, will be publicly ridiculed should they dare feed their hungry children. It is not enough to have legal protection. We also need to embrace and support our nursing mothers. If youre not an expectant parent or nursing mother, you might be dismissive of these issues. Heres the deal: Breastfeeding is not akin to other individual choices. Our ability as a society to support breastfeeding women affects our overall national health, influencing rates of infection, of chronic illness, of days missed from school and work. Moreover, the extent to which we globally help mothers to succeed at nursing affects the nutrition and mortality of children, particularly in lower-income countries (which have been especially targeted by infant-formula companies). In the midst of the early July coverage of the resolution, President Donald Trump erroneously tweeted: The U.S. strongly supports breast feeding but we dont believe women should be denied access to formula. Many women need this option because of malnutrition and poverty.Ž This lukewarm endorsementŽ is problematic for reasons more than its inaccuracies. At the same time, it underscores public sentiment about breastfeeding that prompted the pool and other public breastfeeding conflicts. We didnt used to be squeamish about breastfeeding, nor should we pretend that formula companies need help with promotion. It was the formula companies that spearheaded the shift in public perception. From the first ads for milk substitutes (formula) in the 1860s, these companies have used deceptive practices to successfully persuade women that their inadequateŽ milk should be replaced with artificial food. Advertisements, not doctors, prompted the initial breastfeeding decline in early 20th century America, correlating with spikes in mortality among young children. Concerns about this negative influence prompted the American Medical Associations Committee on Foods to restrict formula companies from direct-to-consumer marketing. While the U.S. was clamping down on formula marketing, Nestle and other manufacturers began expanding into developing countries and other regions, with devastating results. You know what happens when formula companies have unrestricted access to vulnerable people? Bottle-fed babies die at alarming rates, while children who survive are severely malnourished. Breastfeeding protects babies and toddlers, providing them with adequate nutrition even in places with contaminated water and food scarcity. And in rare circumstances in which a mother cannot breastfeed, other women can fill in to nurse her baby. A lactating community is a healthy community, full of resources and good nutrition. It is important to relay all news about breastfeeding issues. And yet, we need to have balance with stories of success and triumphs over adversity. For example, the mothers leading the Mora pool nurse-in should be celebrated for protesting injustice and for offering their support. We also need to go beyond individual experiences to examine how communities and institutions can help breastfeeding mothers feel protected. In other words, identify the bright spotsŽ (to use a term from authors Chip and Dan Heath for enacting change). The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, for example, offers clean, quiet spaces for nursing mothers. Its time to give attention to places that are getting it right, modeling how nursing mothers and their children should be treated. Breastfeeding is not just about the mother-baby dyad. It is a public health issue and must be addressed as such. Katherine Foss is the author of Breastfeeding and Media: Exploring Conflicting Discourses That Threaten Public HealthŽ and is an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Strategic Media at Middle Tennessee State University. She wrote this for the Minneapolis Star Tribune.Breastfeeding under unwarranted cultural pressure Katherine Foss Minneapolis Star Tribune Find it in the CLASSIFIEDS! 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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS Look for a third crossword in The News Wire section. The Charlotte County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Jordan Allen Joyner, 23, of Seneca Falls, N.Y. Charges: two counts off bond/forfeiture/revocations, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, violation of condition of pretrial release, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: none. € Deann Nicole Palladay, 40, of Allworthy St., Port Charlotte. Charge: grand theft of property more than $300 but less than $5,000. Bond: $5,000. € Rony Charles Dorvil, 38, 3200 block of Port Charlotte Blvd., Port Charlotte. Charge: driving without license revoked habitual offender and off bond/forfeiture/revocations. Bond: none. € Stephen Wilson Butler Jr., 44, 2500 block of Linton Lane, Port Charlotte. Charges: aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill and battery. Bond: $15,000. € Christopher Andrew Landry, 25, 22200 block of Westchester Blvd., Port Charlotte. Charge: battery and four counts off bond/forfeiture/ revocations. Bond: none. € Skylar Lynn Kickliter, 23, 3900 block of Champagne Ave., North Port. Charge: battery and violation of probation. Bond: none. € Wesley Ernest Benoit, 39, 5000 block of North Beach Road, Englewood. Charges: possession of drug paraphernalia, introduction of contraband into county detention facility, and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: $25,000. € Crystal Lynn Reinhardt, 29, 5000 block of North Beach Road, Englewood. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $7,500. € Rogerio Maldonado, 44, of Arcadia. Charge: DUI. Bond: $3,500. € Mirtha Lesly Bruny-Frederique, 39, homeless of Venice. Charges: two counts of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, driving while license suspended 3rd or subsequent offense, failure to have motor vehicle liability insurance, possession of drug paraphernalia, attaching registration license plate not assigned, and possession of cocaine. Bond: $20,500. € Jonathan Stringer, 37, of Sarasota. Charge: violation of probation. Bond: none. € David Eugenio Billuk, 37, 4300 block of Jackson St., Port Charlotte. Charge: loitering or prowling and two counts off bond/forfeiture/revocations. Bond: none. € Krystal Marie Restivo, 33, 2700 block of North Beach Road, Englewood. Charge: violation of probation. Bond: none. € Ramon Hernandez-Sanchez, 44, of Bradenton. Charges: possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana over 20 grams. Bond: $5,000. € Lauren Caridad Vega-Jimenez, 20, of Bradenton. Charges: possession of marijuana over 20 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $5,000. The Punta Gorda Police Department reported the following arrests: € Dale Earl Hadley, 40, 700 block of Floral Lane, Port Charlotte. Charges: three counts off bond/forfeiture/ revocations, four counts of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and resisting an officer without violence. Bond: none. € Karla Ann Greene, 58, 700 block of Floral Lane, Port Charlotte. Charge: possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $2,500. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Glenn Harsha, 54, 100 block of E Nippino Trail, Nokomis. Charge: fraud through a sexual predator possessing an altered drivers license or ID. Bond: none. € Jaymes Jordan, 28, 400 block of Briarwood Road, Venice. Charges: two counts of contempt of court (original charges: driving with a suspended license and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia). Bond: $9,000. € Charles Kosinski, 40, 200 block of Colonia Lane, Nokomis. Charge: Charlotte County issued warrant for violation of pretrial release for petty theft. Bond: $3,000. € Dallas Powell Jr., 43, 12300 block of Suarez St., North Port. Charge: Charlotte County issued warrant for violation of probation (original charge: driving with a suspended license). Bond: $950. € Melissa Stout, 44, 300 block of Olive Ave., Nokomis. Charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: $1,500. € Brittany Whittaker, 47, 300 block of W Seminole Drive, Venice. Charge: contempt of court (original charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting an officer without violence). Bond: $25,000. € Curtis Wrigh t, 32, 9200 block of Anita Ave., Englewood. Charge: petty theft. Bond: $1,500. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrests: € Alexander Makogen, 29, 5000 block of Grobe St., North Port. Charge: probation violation (original charge: battery). Bond: $10,000. € Tammy Wright, 58, 1900 block of Bottlebrush Way, North Port. Charge: Orange County issued warrant for grand theft. Bond: $1,000. The Venice Police Department reported the following arrest: € Paula Kurtz, 61, 300 block of Limeberry Place, Venice. Charge: aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill. Bond: none. „ Compiled by Anne Easker and Lauren Coffey 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.VENICE „ A Venice man was arrested after he used the picture messaging app Snapchat to solicit inappropriate photos from children. Kelbi Burson, 38, 1100 block of Panda Road, was arrested Friday for solicitation of a child and possession of child pornography. According to reports an 11-year-old victim had been talking with Burson, who she believed to be a 12-year-old boy. The family discovered the victim was talking to a stranger when they found out she had walked to a local Target to meet him. They reviewed some of the chats and discovered the boy was soliciting the victim to send inappropriate photos of herself. He had sent an inappropriate photo of himself. Officials were able to find the unknown boy lived on the 1100 block of Panda Road and was using Wi-Fi to connect with dozens of female children through the app. On Friday, a search warrant was used on the residence. They came across Burson who said he wanted to talk with officials. During a scan of Bursons electronics, numerous images allegedly depicted either nude or sexually suggestive children under 18. A comprehensive exam of the electronics is underway and it is expected there will be more images, according to reports. The images were all from children Burson allegedly communicated with in the local area. Burson was arrested for obscene communication through misrepresenting his age to a minor, sending obscenities to harm a minor and “ve counts of possession of obscene material depicting a child. He has no bond. Email: lcoffey@sun-herald.com Cops: Venice man arrested after using app to talk to childrenBy LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITER BOCA GRANDE „ Boca Grande Fire Control District, with the help of some local residents, quickly controlled a structure “re Friday. Lt. Michael DAngelo said the “re department received a call about a “re in a maintenance building of the Boca Bay Pass Club at 901 Gulf Blvd. When “re“ghters arrived, they saw citizens with garden hoses trying to keep the “re in check, DAngelo said. An employee was working on a lawnmower when it back-“red, sparking a nearby gasoline can to catch “re. As he attempted to escape, the employee knocked over the gas can. The employee suffered minor second-degree burns to his legs. No one else was injured, DAngelo said. The Englewood Area Fire District assisted, with one “re truck arriving on scene. The “re resulted in $10,000 in damages.Email: reilly@sun-herald.comBoca Grande fire kept in checkBy STEVE REILLYSTAFF WRITER BURSON Let The DONT BE LEFT IN THE DARK! Light Your Way! Your source for local, national & world news.

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Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 FROM PAGE ONEENGLEWOOD „ Florida Power & Light provided the Lemon Bay Historical Society a price tag for moving the Historic Green Street Church and Museum. The historical society wants to move the church 1 mile from its present location on West Green Street to the Historical Lemon Bay Cemetery on South Indiana Avenue (State Road 776). FPLs price tag is $4,675, which will pay for one utility crew to proceed the church, taking down power lines crossing above the street along the churchs route, and a second crew following the church to reattach the power lines. FPL identi“ed 10 lines that need to be detached and reattached. Its less than we expected,Ž Historical Society president Charlie Hicks said of the FPL price tag. FPL and the Historical Society still need to set a time and date for the move. The historical society, however, has faced other costs more than it expected, such as the engineering and a required archaeological survey. Then theres the expenses for the mover, to hook up water and sewer with Englewood Water District, electrical work on the cemetery site and other costs. The nonprofit historical society has $170,000 set aside for the move. When all is added up, it anticipates it may have to borrow $50,000 or more for the church to settle into its location at the cemetery, Hicks said. The 89-year-old church building is Englewoods “rst house of worship. It still serves a place where the historical society schedules various meetings and community events, weddings and memorial services. The property where it now sits is leased from the CrossPoint Church of the Nazarene. The lease ran out in May. The Historical Society owns the cemetery property and will have it become a forever homeŽ for the church. For more information, visit lemonbayhistory. com or call 941-473-8491. Donations for the Historic Green Street Church Museum move can be made online or mailed to Lemon Bay Historical Society, P.O. Box 1245, Englewood FL 34295.Email: reilly@sun-herald.comFPL prices Green Street church moveBy STEVE REILLYSTAFF WRITERwhen were giving up far greater of value in the land for Charlotte County and Charlotte County taxpayers, for a few more residences.Ž The county may need this land 25-30 years down the road when it will no longer be affordable, he said, citing the possibility of a new interchange on Interstate 75. He also predicted that future apartment dwellers will likely choose to work in Lee County rather than Charlotte County, if wages are higher there. Finally, Constance rejected the staff opinion and that of his fellow commissioners that the county has an affordable housing problem. He based his opinion in part on advice he has been given from a prominent developer in the region. He did not name the developer. County administrator Ray Sandrock offered an explanation for why the county is not considering the land for government use anymore. The county wanted to put a public works facility on the property, he said. The county abandoned this plan, however, after residents of Sarasota Countys single family homes objected. Sarasota County homes are much closer to the property than are Charlotte County homes, which have a sizable buffer of roads and median strips. Charlotte County Public Schools has owned the land since 1992. In 2007, the county bought its 40 acres from the school for $10, leaving the schools with 27.5 acres. CCPS has never used the land, in large part because student enrollment has languished. There is no call yet for more schools, despite population growth. CCPS will retain control of the western third of the triangular property. The county owns the eastern section. The zone change is to allow high-density housing on the site. 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Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 STATE NEWSKEY LARGO „ Just as they prepare for a crucial harvest in the wake of Hurricane Irma, lobster “shermen in the Florida Keys fear a trade war with China could undermine storm recovery in the island chain. Lobsters are among the seafood and other U.S. goods hit by Chinese tariffs in early July, after the Trump administration put tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods. Floridas nearly eightmonth commercial spiny lobster “shing season opens Monday. Keys “shermen had hoped the harvest would help them recoup losses from last Septembers hurricane, which made landfall in the Keys with 130-mph winds. But the industry has come to depend on Chinese exports over the last decade, and “shermen worry tariffs that could raise prices by 25 percent will send the Chinese market looking for lobster in another countrys waters. Coming into this year, we were hoping for better prices because of the loss of traps, gear and revenue,Ž said Ernie Piton, president of the Florida Keys Commercial Fishermens Association and a lobster “sherman. Hopefully the tariffs will get “gured out because you cant run your boat and not make money, especially after a hurricane year when youve lost so much,Ž Piton said in a recent interview outside his Key Largo home, where he docks his boat, Risky Business II.Ž About 90 percent of the spiny lobsters caught by the Keys ”eet go to China, Piton said, adding he estimates that 97 percent of his own catch goes to China. The domestic market for lobster had not been able to match the prices the Chinese would pay. Back 10 years ago, before the Chinese came in, we were getting $3 a pound, which you cant operate our boats on,Ž Piton said. After exports to China began, prices climbed as high as $22 a pound, ”uctuating around the Chinese calendar of holidays and festivals, Piton said. The average price per pound of spiny lobsters has averaged around $8 over the last several years, according to data from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Lobster harvests from South Florida, including the Keys, totaled between 5 million pounds and 6 million pounds in the past four years. But last year, when Irma disrupted the early part of the season, the catch dropped to 3.6 million pounds, according to preliminary wildlife commission data. Irma wiped out roughly 90,000 out of 474,000 lobster traps in the Keys, Piton said. At $40 per trap, replacement costs add up, on top of boat repairs and maintenance amid lost revenue. Piton said lobster “shermen just have to wait and see whether Chinese buyers will still “nd Florida spiny lobsters cost-effective to export. Theres a concern theyre looking elsewhere,Ž Piton said. If the Chinese do leave, it would be absolutely devastating to our “shery.Ž Peter Quinter, an international trade expert at the GrayRobinson law “rm in Miami, said Keys “shermen have good reason to be concerned, since they face the same rising prices for Chinese products as other U.S. consumers, and tariffs on steel and aluminum will raise prices for boat parts and “shing equipment. He said they also face a long-term threat: a potentially permanent shift in the lobster market. Even if the trade war between China and the U.S. was resolved quickly, China and other countries could conclude markets outside the U.S. can provide comparable goods and services at lower prices and without the political baggage. If the Chinese consumer is no longer looking at the U.S. for merchandise or products, this is not a one-time or seasonal problem,Ž Quinter said. Long after Trump is gone, theyll be negatively affected.ŽLobster fishermen fear trade war amid Irma recoveryBy JENNIFER KAYASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOIn this July 23 photo, lobster sherman Ernie Piton looks out from his boat Risky Business II in Key Largo, in the Florida Keys. TAMPA (AP) „ A woman accused of drowning her screaming 4-year-old daughter in a Florida river had been cleared this week by sheriffs child abuse investigators. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Of“ce issued a statement Friday saying its child protection unit had started an investigation of Shakayla Denson, 26, on June 19 about her treatment of her daughter, JeHyrah Daniels. The investigation was closed Tuesday after no evidence of maltreatment, abuse or neglect was found, the agency said. The statement said supervisors had reviewed the case after the girls death Thursday in Tampa and agreed with the investigators conclusion. The sheriffs of“ce said no further details would be released. Denson was ordered Friday held without bail on a “rst-degree murder charge. Video shows Denson stood silently during the 90-second court hearing, looking down or to her left and rarely blinking. Her arms and legs were shackled and she was dressed in a blue one-piece uniform worn by inmates who are a suicide threat. Tampa police say Denson stole a car Thursday afternoon from a sales lot and forced her daughter inside. As she drove away, she knocked over a bystander who tried to stop her. About 40 minutes later, the car pulled up to the Hillsborough River, which runs through Tampa. Witnesses told police that Denson dragged the screaming girl to the water, waded in until she was shoulder deep and pushed the girl into the current to ”oat away. They said Denson then walked out of the water and away from the river. She was arrested nearby. The girl was seen struggling in the water, her head and hands rising as she was swept away. Rescue divers pulled her from the water about 30 minutes later. She was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead. Neighbor Shantia Little told the Tampa Bay Times that Denson would frequently leave JeHyrah and a young niece and nephew alone in her apartment. She told the paper Denson didnt careŽ about her daughter. That child is innocent,Ž Little said. That child, she didnt deserve that.Ž In a similar 2015 case, police say a man threw his 5-year-old daughter to her death off the Skyway Bridge in St. Petersburg as an of“cer tried to stop him. John Jonchuck Jr. is set for trial next month.Mom accused of drowning daughter had been cleared of abuseFORT LAUDERDALE „ A report detailing the educational background of Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz should be made public despite defense concerns it might threaten his right to a fair trial, a judge ruled Friday. Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer said at a hearing that the redactions protect Cruzs privacy rights and overruled defense objections that the report paints a misleading portrait of Cruzs longstanding psychological problems, many of which have already been disclosed. Scherer said all of Cruzs actual educational records are among 27 pages of redacted material. I do “nd there is nothing in the redacted report ... that would interfere with the administration of justice and the defendants right to a fair trial,Ž Scherer said. Attorneys for media organizations including The Associated Press argued the report must be disclosed under Floridas broad public records laws. It wasnt immediately clear when the report might be released. Debra Klauber, an attorney for the Broward County school board, said of“cials would consult with Cruzs defense attorneys on the timing. The defense lawyers said no further appeals were planned. Cruz, 19, faces the death penalty if convicted of 17 counts of murder and 17 counts of attempted murder in the Valentines Day massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. His attorneys have said he will plead guilty if guaranteed a life prison sentence, but prosecutors have rejected that offer. 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OUR TOWN INSIDE: CLASSIFIEDS SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 2018 YOU AUTO KNOWSeepage 5 NORTH PORT „ The North Port Police Department visited the Gene Matthews Boys & Girls Club recently for a kick ball game. Along with the of“cers, other North Port city of“cials stopped by to support the event. Teens, cops square off in kick ballSTAFF REPORT North Port Police interim Deputy Chief Chris Morales prepares to run to second and is guarded by Amber Dodge. North Port Police Department Community Police Ocer Scott Miranda gets to rst base safe, while J.J. Chavez, 14, waits for the ball. Larry Lee, 12, kicks the ball. North Port Police Capt. Scott King kicks the ball in a contest between the department and teens at the North Port Gene Matthews Boys & Girls Club. SUN PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYAMembers of the North Port Police Department and teens from the Gene Matthews Boys & Girls Club posed for a picture after the ga me. Theres more than one way home. Sometimes its a cross-country journey back to a birthplace. Other times its a different kind of return to roots.You CAN go home againFor Chef David McCleery who now manages Hurricane Charleys Raw Bar & Grills kitchen, coming home meant crossing the continent, then buying the house he grew up in. Since it opened four years ago, Hurricane Charleys has been a perennial local award winner. Recently, however, its restaurant food was getting negative reviews. Though its sushi bar and The Caterer were thriving, the kitchen had churned through 10 head chefs and needed a new one. General manager Bob McCurry a seasoned, 40-year restaurant veteran, hired McCleery. Said McCurry, Hes eager „ you could see it in his eyes, feel it when he talked to you. Hes got passion.Ž McCleery, a 28-year-old graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, whos been at Hurricanes for a month, said, People whove been disappointed should come back and try us again. We have an energetic crew who love learning new things. And I love teaching them.Ž Then he paused. You want to know the real reason why I wanted a job here?Ž he asked, a catch in his voice. He continued, My dad loved this place. When I heard they were hiring, I thought about that. I can still see my dad sitting there, so happy, with a giant plate of craw“sh in front of him.Ž Today, the young chef cant cook crawdads without realizing that hell never cook them for his father. Anyone who knows McCleery also knows about his dad, Tim, a special guy with a huge heart. A trim carpenter and Habitat for Humanity supervisor, he helped countless people. Diagnosed with stage 4 cancer when David was 8, Tim was a miracle man who endured 48 rounds of chemo and made it through by working on go-carts that the two could ride together. David McCleery grew up in Port Charlotte, graduating from Charlotte High. Starting with a part-time busers job at John Halls Goal Post, he quickly moved to the line. When Jose, the Goal Post kitchen manager, saw me on the line, he said, You should go to culinary school. Theres this place in New York, the best in the world.ŽPunta Gorda chef and restaurant return home SueWADECOLUMNISTTHE SCENE SUN PHOTO BY SUE WADEChef David McCleery now manages the kitchen at Hurricane Charleys Raw Bar & Grill. SUE | 2Teaching is the best job to have if you want to feel like youre making a difference. Thats the message from many of this years new batch of teachers for Charlotte County School District. Eighty-four of 100 new teachers along with new school social workers gathered with an equal number of business and community representatives at the Charlotte Harbor Event Center. It was a breakfast sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, United Way of Charlotte County and a variety of local businesses. Why teach? I like the fact that you can make a real difference,Ž said Megan Roebuck. Its a satisfying feeling.Ž Every day is rewarding,Ž said fellow new teacher Kelsey Salem. This is the only “eld where you can really have an impact,Ž said Jacob Scott, one of the few male teachers. He will teach social studies at Charlotte High School. Roebuck was teaching here until the family moved to the Port St. Lucie area. They immediately missed Port Charlotte. As soon as we left the area, we thought, we have to go back,Ž she said. I want to raise my children here.Ž Salem is a native of DeSoto County. I did a majority of my (teaching) internships in Charlotte County. Each of the schools I was in, it felt like a big family,Ž she said. Thats really important to me.Ž Roebuck will teach “fth grade. Salem will be teaching third, and both will be at Deep Creek Elementary School. Stacey Meadows came from northern Iowa. The family discovered this area after exploring the state from their vacations in Orlando. Of teaching, Meadows said, Every day is so different. Your day goes fast, youre so busy.ŽCharlotte teachers arrive with high hopesBy BETSY CALVERTSTAFF WRITERHOPES | 2 Commitment to telling THE STORY is what Sun Newspapers is all about. Local government news, candidate pro“ les and election coverage help keep our readers informedand they rely on us. 78% of newspaper readers are registered voters.Call us at 941-205-6404adno=50539805€ Full color ads € Front of section Banner ads € Front page sticky notes € Inserts, brochures, palm cards € Custom direct mail € Digital advertising on yoursun.com Tell YOUR STORY with Sun Newspapers Political Advertising Solutions. C o all co adno=5053980 5 Tell Tll Tell YOUR YOUR YOUR with Sun N withSunN Po li ti ca l A PoliticalA Political A Solut Solut CONNECT WITHVOTERS

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Page 14 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 2OUR TOWNDavid applied and a week later was shocked to receive his acceptance letter from the CIA in Hyde Park. What he found in New York was dizzyingly different from Port Charlotte. Hyde Park is on the Hudson „ just beautiful. Wed walk through the forest picking wild ramps, porcinis and morels. It even looks like Hogwarts.Ž It became less an outlet for a kid who wanted to leave Port Charlotte and more a way of life. An internship at Bostons jazzy Top of the Hub led to “ve years there and a sous-chef title, followed by Nick & Stefs Steakhouse, the top chophouse in L.A. But one more cross-country journey remained. Tim McCleerys cancer had returned, and his son came back to help care for him. Tim passed away April 18, two weeks after his 50th birthday, and David stayed on. Said the chef, I didnt come to Hurricane Charleys for a big title or anything. They do huge volume here and have a good reputation. Weve got our incredible sushi chef, Noah Copenhaver and Mario in the morning, making amazing specials. John, another CIA graduate, and Jim have been running The Caterer for Dean Stainton for over 20 years.Ž Its hard to believe that David McCleery has already been at this for a decade and now mentors other cooks. Hes also viewing his hometown through new eyes. Im really impressed, seeing all this growth.Ž Hurricane Charleys ($-$$), 941-639-9695, 300 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda, is open Sunday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday to 1 a.m.Angelas returns to rootsIt was a big admission from Angela Hazen co-owner with husband Mel of Angelas Caf Italiano, now in Punta Gorda „ and now called just Angelas We were never meant to be an Italian restaurant,Ž she said. When I took over Caf Italiano in Arcadia, I had to keep the name to keep the beer and wine license.Ž Now, with a full liquor license in her name, she can call the bistro whatever she wants. Daughter Cassandra Bazinets chef-husband Jason came on board this year to revamp the menu, much of which had been as old-fashioned as Arcadia. Our vision was a little scattered,Ž admitted Cassandra. We thought the best way to make it more cohesive was to do what we know best.Ž Thatd be Buffalo, N.Y., family food. Now there are bison trotting through the menu and New York State Empire apples and maple syrup in the recipes. Jason is eagerly devoting time to scratch cooking, including fresh Waf”e Iron Fried Cheese. The Hometown Classics menu houses many of the new Buffalo specialties, including Beef on Weck, Chiavettas Marinade BBQ, Breakfast for Dinner, Liver and Onions, and Mels idea, already a big favorite „ Thanksgiving Dinner every day. Six Italian dishes are a carefully curated collection of Angelas Grandma Roses favorites. Angelas ($-$$), 941505-7897, 258 W. Marion Ave., is open Tuesday to Thursday 4 to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday to 10 p.m. Send restaurant and bar news and recommendations to columnist Sue Wade at suewade47@aol. com. Average price ranges are $ = inexpensive (under $10), $$ = moderate ($11$30), and $$$ = pricey (over $30), including tip and beverage.SUEFROM PAGE 1 And “fth-graders are so funny, she said. Superintendent Steve Dionisio asked for a showing of all new teachers who attended Charlotte County schools as students. At least 25 stood up. It is our best recruiting too,Ž he said of homegrown teachers. Teacher of the Year Lynn Mongiardini offered some advice for new teachers by sharing her experience more than 12 years ago. She started out with high energy and expectations, she said. But trying too many teaching techniques too quickly led to shades of disillusionment. After reaching out to the school districts teaching mentors and advisors, she adjusted her approach and her attitude. She realized she was going through an early phase and was seeking perfection rather than inspiration. Things started to turn around. Focusing on the student that others have given up on is what inspires Mongiardini. Working with the struggling, angry student has shown her that a teacher can make a difference. You can be that one shining light in a childs dim world ... Build those meaningful relationships ... Inv est in them and they will invest in themselves.ŽEmail: ecalvert@sun-herald.comHOPESFROM PAGE 1School supplies were collected at local offices of Charlotte State Bank & Trust recently. The Peachland, Parkside, and Charlotte Harbor bank offices collected the supplies on behalf of Charlotte Local Education Foundation. Supplies ranged from backpacks, storage containers, crayons, folders, notebooks, crayons and more.Visual Arts Center plans festivalA month-long celebration of art begins soon. The FUN Arts Festival begins in October, and culminates with a gala scheduled Nov. 17, at 6 p.m. at the Visual Arts Center. Coinciding with the event, a FUN Arts Festival exhibit will feature art from artists around the area, and celebrate master artists who inspire them. That will be on display in Goff Gallery, from Oct. 26 through Nov. 16. The event is centered around six local celebrities who will be paired with six local professional artists to create a one-of-a-kind piece of art. The local celebrities are Stacey Deffenbaugh-Meyer, Kim Devine, Dr. Corey Girwood, Carlton Hughes, Carmel Kisiday and Jake Williams. The celebrities are raising funds on Crowdrise „ www. crowdrise.com „ in support of the Visual Arts Center. At the FUN Arts Festival Gala, celebrities will unveil their creations and the community can vote for the peoples choice award. Judges will determine a winner as well. This event is slated to include a reception with appetizers, entertainment, beer, wine and more. Other events are scheduled at the center, including: € Sept 21 at 5:30 p.m.: Palette PairingsŽ Revealing our celebrity and artist coach pairings € Oct. 29 at noon: Ribbon Cutting for FUN Arts Festival Kick-off and Exhibit € Nov. 17 at 6 p.m.: FUN Arts Festival Finale: Battle of the Brushes gala (tickets $50) The Visual Arts Center is located at 210 Maud St., in Punta Gorda. For more information, call 941-639-8810, or visit visualartcenter.org.Stuff the Bus drive underwayPort Charlotte Town Center is holding its first annual Stuff the BusŽ school supply drive through Sunday. School supplies collected will be distributed to Charlotte County Public Schools. The Stuff the BusŽ event will help all children start their first day of school on equal footing. The level of commitment and caring in this community is always inspiring,Ž said Barbara Roche, general manager at Port Charlotte Town Center, in a press release. This summer, we invite you to help us Stuff the Bus to assure that all kids in our community have the basic items needed for a solid start to a successful school year.Ž Suggested items for donation include binders, colored pencils, composition books, construction paper, erasers, glue sticks, notebooks, pencils, pens, pocket folders, spiral notebooks and backpacks. Items can be delivered to Port Charlotte Town Center during normal mall hours. The deadline for donations is Monday. Tax-Free Weekend runs through Sunday. The public is asked to Stuff the BusŽ by bringing their donated items to Port Charlotte Town Center to help fill the bus with all of the essential items kids need at the start of the new school year,Ž states the press release. For more information, call 941-624-4833, or visit PortCharlotteTown Center.com. Recycled uniformsThere are options for families to purchase school uniforms for their children second-hand. Some Charlotte County Public Schools engage with families to recycle uniforms that are in good condition, which no longer “t their children. This allows parents to buy used uniforms at a reduced cost. CCPS spokesperson Mike Riley said some elementary schools that offer this option include Neil Armstrong and Sallie Jones. Riley added that Peace River Elementary School is also looking to “nd donors to help support our population.Ž There are also some stores that usually sell gently used and discounted uniforms such as Goodwill and Once Upon a Child, according to Riley. „ Compiled by Andrea Praegitzer. Email News of Note and .JPEG photos to Apraegitzer@sun-herald. com. PHOTO PROVIDEDShowing o school supplies donated at the Charlotte Harbor oce of Charlotte State Bank & Trust are sta members, from left, Head Teller Jessica Sines, Personal Bankers Barbara Ansell and Janet Moore, and Branch Manager Sara Perri. 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The Sun /Saturday, August 4, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 17 5OUR TOWNIts true, the big black Buick Super Riviera Hardtop Coupe really was a surprise gift two-anda-half years ago when Barbara McCann was at a car auction in Lakeland. The smiling grille and imposing body lines caught her eye while walking among the vehicles for sale, and it was love at “rst sight. When it came on the block, this thoughtful lady outbid others vying for it and suddenly this four-wheel gem became hers. Before leaving the event, she alerted William DougŽ McCann it was a gift to him, and he was delighted to see it. A few months ago, two different gentlemen presented their wives with special sports cars. The article was very popular and made other ladies envious from the calls and emails we received the day the column came out. Lee and I will be getting similar comments today and at car shows in the near future. Back to the McCanns, Doug has been interested in old vehicles since he was a kid and living on his familys 400-acre horse farm in Hillsboro, Ohio. He met, courted and later married Barbara while attending Ohio State, where he majored in engineering but dropped out to pursue auto mechanics and make immediate money. He specialized in restoring and/or repairing true classic and exotic cars earning them a great reputation and income. Tired of cold weather and pushing snow, they knew about quaint little Punta Gorda and moved here in 1980. Over the next two years, this enterprising couple personally built and supervised the construction of a new home, all the while owning and operating a business similar to that in Ohio: a one-man garage operation in when he became too busy in the shop, along with Barbara writing estimates, ordering parts plus being secretary/ bookkeeper, etc., keeping her too busy also. They always enjoyed traveling and did so before leaving the Buckeye State then renewed that hobby from Punta Gorda by closing down, locking up and going off to exotic places. They are of“cially retired and want to make it clear the only work going on in the shop is to improve or maintain their rather small collection of interesting autos that include a 1962 Alpha Romeo Spyder convertible, a 1959 Jaguar 150 series Cabriolet, a 1973 XKE V12 series Roadster plus a nice 1979 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Sedan as well as many authentic scale model cars. Travel they do, now having visited approximately 100 countries worldwide, but say theres no place like home, thus its always nice to return to Punta Gorda. Incidentally, his favorite is Luxembourg while Barbaras is Israel. Occasionally they drive their dream cars around town, so look for them out and about especially at the 12th Annual Sun Newspapers Welcome back and Open House Collector Car Show Nov. 10. Speci“cations of the Black 1954 Buick Series 50 Super Riviera Hardtop Coupe: Basic cost new „ $2626; production „ 73,531; wheelbase „ 127 in.; weight „ 4035 lbs.; engine „ V8322 cubic inch „ 195 HP; transmission „ Dyna”ow II automatic with torque tube enclosed drive shaft bolted to an HD General Motors rear. Sadly I report the recent passing of avid sports car hobbyist Dan Balkunow, 78, a resident of Punta Gorda, along with his wife Catherine (Cath) of 40 years since 2002. He was born in Glen Rock, Pennsylvania, located just north of the Maryland line, and went on to spend much of his adult life in New Brunswick, New Jersey. There for 34 years he was employed by Bristol-Myers Squibb as department head/radiation safety of“cer involved in the manufacture of radiopharmaceuticals. Over the years in New Jersey Dan became very WHEELS Dear Car Talk: I have a 2015 Kia Sportage with 25,000 miles on it that I purchased new. At about 15,000 miles, I noticed a slight ping when slowly climbing hills. I tried changing gas, to no avail. Then I noticed that when I parked the car on a slight hill, facing either up or down, I got a loud noise for about a second or two when I started the car. It sounds like the bearings are starving for oil. I made a recording of this and took it to the dealer. They said its a normal sound for newer vehicles. Pinging and bearing noise is the new normal? Whats the next stage of normal „ oil leaks and blue smoke? What do you think? „ Dennis Thats the old normal, Dennis. Cars shouldnt ping at all these days. They all have knock sensors that automatically adjust the timing if you happen to get gasoline that has too low of an octane rating. So its possible you have a bad knock sensor. But that would trigger a check engine light, and you didnt mention that. It also may be something other than pinging that youre hearing. Try putting a tank of the highest-octane fuel you can “nd in the car. If you still hear the noise at the same intensity, then its not pinging, its something else. At that point, your dealer will need to hear it to “gure it out. It could be a loose heat shield, or a loose or broken exhaust manifold bolt. Or almost anything. As for the starting noises, car engines, especially smaller ones, do make more noise when they “rst start up these days, usually as the hydraulic lifters get pressurized. If it goes away in less than 15 seconds „ which you say it does „ I wouldnt worry too much about it, as long as your oil level is correct. But in any case, its good that you reported it to the dealer, and that its noted on your repair order. That way, if it does get markedly worse over time, and something really is wrong, youll have a record that you complained about it while the car was under warranty. The other thing you can do is ask to drive a used, 2015 Sportage that the dealer has on the lot. See if it makes the same noises. The dealer is telling you that, essentially, they all do that.Ž So drive another 2015 and see for yourself if they do. 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.Ping could point to bad knock sensor RayMAGLIOZZICAR TALK COLUMNIST Wifes gift to hubby „ a classy 1954 Buick The tween riding in the back seat “nally asked, What is that thing you keep moving up there?Ž She had never seen that thingŽ known as a sixspeed stick shift, a manual transmission, a manny tranny, a handshaker, a Millennial theft deterrent. To her it was a relic, an oddity, a rotary phone thingy. Manual transmissions account for just 2 percent of all vehicles sold in 2018, according to data from Edmunds.com. In 2006, 47 percent of new models in the U.S. were offered with automatics and manuals. Now its down to 20 percent and dropping sharply. For automakers it will be simpler when the manual dies,Ž said Ivan Drury, senior analyst at Edmunds.com. Its kind of a hassle for them to offer both, same with dealers. Given the market forces, its going to go away.Ž Not too long ago, when push-button AM radios were infotainment and cigarette lighters were USB ports, all cars had manual transmissions. In the 50s during the boom of babies, cars and America, GMs Hydra-Matic automatic transmission made driving accessible to everyone. No need to worry about grinding gears, stalling out or other operator errors. In the half-century since, automakers and suppliers have advanced the automatic into something drivers never have to consider. Modern automatics are quicker, more ef“cient, much easier to operate, and better than most drivers. Call it progress, the inevitable inexorable direction of taking control from the driver for the sake of automation, which incidentally, was “rst offered way back in the 60s in the form of cruise control. As consumers preferred the automatic, automakers stopped offering the manual to cut the costs of offering two powertrains. We have seen that buyers arent asking for them,Ž said Mark Gillies, spokesperson for Volkswagen. We had a manual option in the old Tiguan, but almost no one took it.Ž There are few utility vehicles with a manual, including midsize pickups in the aging Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier, as well as the six-speed manual in the new Jeep Wrangler. That clutch pedal has “rm, almost abrupt kickback, and the gearbox is notchy enough to make it feel like youre actually doing something in a vehicle that can conquer territory without much insight from the driver. The remaining manuals are in subcompact commuter cars or sports cars. In our value vehicles, there is still a market for cost ef“ciency with a manual than a little higher priced automatic,Ž said James Bell, director of corporate communications for Kia. But the manual take rate of 4 percent for the Rio, Forte and Soul is hardly a business case. The new Kia Stinger performance sedan does not even come with a manual. The 365-horsepower rear-wheel-drive fastback competes with German benchmarks such as the BMW 3-Series, which has a manual with a take rate in the single digits. When youre looking at performance sedans for 2018 everyone has switched over to DSG and modern automatics or dual clutch gearboxes,Ž Bell said. If you want to maximize performance and acceleration of a car, an eightto 10-speed gearbox is the way to go.Ž Supercar-makers such as The shift is on: Manual transmissions may be endangered but theyre also belovedBy ROBERT DUFFERCHICAGO TRIBUNE TNS PHOTOSThe 2018 BMW 340i is powered by a 320-horsepower 3-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine with six-speed manual in rear-wheel drive. The 2016 Ford Focus RS. SHIFT | 6 SUN PHOTOS BY DON ROYSTONSemi-rare Series 50 1954 Buick Riviera Super Hard Top Coupe View of rear of the 1954 Buick Riviera taken near dusk. Note the bulletshaped tail lights. Doug McCann is the happy owner of the 1954 Buick given to him by his wife as a surprise gift she bought at an auction in Lakeland.ROYSTON | 6

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Page 18 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 6OUR TOWNFerrari and Lamborghini no longer offer manuals for performance reasons. Even the famed Porsche 911, with its excellent PDK dual-clutch automatic transmission, has a manual take rate of just 20 percent. High-end automatic transmissions like the PDK drive better than you and make you a better driver,Ž Drury said. I dont think a lot of people get to go out there and exercise the transmission the way it should be.Ž Thats as true on the street as it is in the virtual world. Even the video games are all PDKs,Ž said Mark Basso, founder and president of Autobahn Country Club in Joliet. When we opened 14 years ago, the vast majority of cars on our track „ maybe 90 percent „ were manuals. Now I would guess its 60 percent automatics and climbing.Ž Yet for some enthusiasts or iconoclasts and everyone we spoke to for this article, theres no other way to drive than with a manual. The numbers and the logic dont matter. Rowing your own gears is simply more fun. There is a feeling of great control as a driver, and there is the sheer physical pleasure of managing a perfect shift,Ž said Gillies, who, as the former executive editor of Car and Driver, has had enviable success on the race track. I feel more in touch if I am operating the gears.Ž Owners of the Ford Focus RS and Ford Mustang GT 350 must feel the same way. Those performance vehicles only come with manual transmissions for now. The super fun and super smooth Mazda MX-5 Miata has a manual take rate of just under 60 percent, which is one of the highest take rates in the segment, according to Jacob Brown, spokesperson for Mazda. Something is lost in the art of driving with an automatic transmission, some purists argue. Downshifting you learn to blip the throttle so the revs dont stretch the pistons, thats learning to drive a sports car,Ž Basso said. Theyre taking that away from you.Ž Even though Bassos teen driving safety school at the Autobahn uses cars with automatic transmissions, he advocates that everyone learns to shift. Its understanding the car,Ž he said. When you have a clutch you have a peek at the inner workings of the car. Its not a toaster.Ž Its not just racers who appreciate a good shift. When the average person hears that you have a manual they think youre some kind of Luddite,Ž said Brian Moody, executive editor of Autotrader. But understanding how the mechanical pieces work can affect how you act and react behind the wheel.Ž The next generation of drivers may not have as many opportunities to understand “rsthand the marriage of transmission and engine, but some stick lovers are intent on passing the knobby torch. I “nd it very rewarding, and everyone Ive taught to drive manual has enjoyed it,Ž Drury said. Gillies taught both his children how to drive stick and Bell was planning to do the same. Driving is not stab it and steer,Ž Bell said on the eve of taking his daughter to get her drivers permit. Its about appreciating mechanically what it takes to get up to highway speed and the respect for what it takes to get speed. The recognition should encompass all your senses to not be distracted. Its a safety thing.Ž Its a fun thing, too.SHIFTFROM PAGE 5 involved in owning and racing sports cars locally and at various tracks located mainly in the northeast U.S. Needless to say, he and Cath made many friends also involved in the hobby, with camaraderie maintaining a closeknit group who came to Punta Gorda last week to participate in Balkunows Celebration of Life service. This event was co-coordinated by Cath and his best friend Greg Cameron, who was such a successful sports car owner/driver that Dan voluntarily was his crew chief and hands on tuner, helping to keep Greg out front of fellow competitors. Gregs wife, Mary Beth, and Cath worked together as lap timers and record-keepers. The Camerons live only a few hundred yards from Lee and me, and Ive never seen Greg as serious and solemn as he was during Dans service. Dan and Cath were members of various automobile clubs including Sports Car Club of America, Tampa Bay Austin Healey Club of America, Austin Healey Sports and Touring Club of Southwest Florida, plus our Southwest Florida Region Veteran (now Vintage) Motor Car Club of America from 2005-2014. My final words describing Dan and Cath: I never heard them say anything bad about anyone, however, I heard people in and out of the car hobby praise them for being the way they were, a happy couple. Lee and I are proud to have known Dan as a true gentleman all the time; rare, indeed, in this day and age. Don Royston is president of the Vintage (formerly Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region and may be reached at 941626-4452 or leekr42@ embarqmail.com.ROYSTONFROM PAGE 5 Have any unwanted trophies? Please call 941-626-4452 to arrange for pick up or delivery. They will be rebuilt and used in the future. I would like to talk to a Yugo owner also people with over 350,000 miles on their vehicle. Please email me your phone to leekr42@embarqmail.com. UPCOMING EVENTSToday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cruzin on Dearborn, West Dearborn St., Englewood. Open to all cars and trucks. Gift certificates, 50/50 raffle, 50s/60s music by Randy Wright of Toms Traveling Tunes. August 10, 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Ronald McDonald House Monthly Cruise In, Promenades Shopping Center, Port Charlotte. Door prizes, trophies to the top five cars plus a mystery trophy, games, 50/50 raffle to benefit Ronald McDonald House. DJ music by Randy Wright of Toms Traveling Tunes. Info 941-380-0650. 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 website www.larrycruisinlist-swfl.com for all the details. Similar but somewhat different hobby happenings log onto www. musclecarcity.net. You may also contact DJs: Tommy Brooks 941-815-6204 or Randy Wright 941-380-0650. View of full dash instrument panel, speedometer, deluxe steering wheel & add-on after-market A/C, with vents under dash panel.SUN PHOTOS BY DON ROYSTONV8-322 cubic inch … 195 HP engine of the 1954 Buick Super. Note the oil bath air cleaner & air compressor for A/C. Gerald JerryŽ Riley is the owner of last weeks featured tan and ivory 1954 Pontiac Star Chief which did not get published. We apologize to the Riley family for the error.SUN PHOTOS BY LEE ROYSTONElegant yet sporty tan with ivory colored roof. Hood ornament (Indian Chief) illuminates when headlights are on, note the chrome sweep along body and rear fender skirts.Gerald Jerry Riley 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 3 The voice of one crying in the wilderness: Prepare the way of the Lord; Make straight in the desert A highway for our God. 4 Every valley shall be exalted And every mountain and hill brought low; The crooked places shall be made straight And the rough places smooth; 5 The glory of the Lord shall be revealed, And all ” esh shall see it together; For the mouth of the Lord has spoken.Ž 6 The voice said, Cry out!Ž And he said, What shall I cry?Ž All ” esh is grass, And all its loveliness is like the ” ower of the “ eld. 7 The grass withers, the ” ower fades, Because the breath of the Lord blows upon it; Surely the people are grass. 8 The grass withers, the ” ower fades, But the word of our God stands forever.Ž Isaiah 40:3-8adno=54538996

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The Sun /Saturday, August 4, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 19 7OUR TOWNThere were no deaths reported Friday. OBITUARIES Memorials in the Sun Honor your passed loved ones anytime with a personalized memorial tribute. Call (941) 206-1028 for rates. The Bambusa Babes came to Englewood for one night recently, to present Guys as Dolls,Ž a drag fashion show to raise funds for the Suncoast Humane Society. Held at the End Zone, the show drew a standing-room-only crowd to support the local animal shelter „ even more support than last year. The money will be used for operating costs and supplies at the shelter, 6781 San Casa Drive, Englewood. The nonpro“t Suncoast Humane Society is always seeking volunteers, monetary support and has many friendly pets available for adoption. For more information, visit www.humane. org, email information@humane.org or call 941-474-7884.Guys as Dolls aids dogs and cats Suncoast Humane Society thrift store volunteer Philomena Trudeau Right: In between the drag fashion show sets, supporters of the Suncoast Humane Society event enjoy dancing. Megan Murphy, Sarah Lapton and Robyn Spit are all Suncoast Humane Society employees who helped plan the recent Summer Night drag fashion show at the End Zone in Englewood.SUN PHOTOS BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHLaura Wood, center, cheers for her favorite Bambusa Babes performer Alyssa Lemay. Alyssa Lemay, also known as Andy Spaulding, who is 6 feet tall and even taller in heels, shows great expression at the Guys as Dolls fundraiser for the Suncoast Humane Society. Storytelling, sadly, has almost become a thing of the past. Here are two stories that have been shared with me over the years by gentlemen who were born here and were certainly two of Englewoods best story tellers. Bob and L.A. swore these were true stories.Hermitage pirateRobert Platts grandparents, the Carl M. Biorseths, settled here in 1894. Here is a story about a pirate fellow Bob once knew. There used to be a fellow that lived in the old Hermitage house (located at the Blind Pass Park, now an artists retreat). He lived there by himself. I guess you would say he was a hermit type guy. He had a wooden leg. Actually, it was just a peg „ there wasnt no foot on it. Well, this old peglegged fellow was a heavyset guy and he always wore a patch over one eye. He looked just like a pirate, if you ever saw one „ just like the pictures that you see in a book. And that was just the way he looked. Some of us fellows used to go over there at night time „ row over „ and play cards with him at the Hermitage. This would have been around in the early 1930s. Well, one night we was over there, and we started hearing some people talking out there on the water. They was in a boat “shing. The old pirate fellow says, Lets go down and see what theyre doing. Well, sure enough, there was a couple of fellows in a boat on the bay right behind the Hermitage. They didnt see us. The old pirate said, You know, Im going to have some fun with them guys! So he gets in the water and starts wading out real quiet like. Before you know it, hes up beside the boat. Now, hes just as mean looking as hell, square-headed and that big beard he had „ the patch over his eye. He gets beside the boat and they havent seen him, and he pulls the side of the boat down, you know, and looked in it and says real loud, Catching anything? Well, those guys didnt say a darn word, they just dove off that boat. Dont know where they ever went. Never saw em again.ŽDont count your chickensL.A. Ainger Jr., whose father settled here in 1896, owned and operated Aingers Market for many years. Heres a story he enjoyed telling on himself. A lady from Boca Grande came over one day. She had her chauffeur with her driving. She rushed into my store „ this was about the late 1940s „ and said, Im going to the airport to get some friends and I want to pick up a chicken on my way back. Well, we was buying chickens by then for the store. We didnt get but one delivery a week, and this was Monday morning. We only had one chicken left after the weekend. I had taken it and covered it with ice to keep it real good. Well, the lady wanted to see it. So I took this piece of parchment paper and I went in the cooler and I got the chicken out. I plumped it up real good so it looked like it had a Marilyn Monroe breast on it, you know, and I took it out and held it up to the lady like this and she says, Oh, thats “ne. Thats “ne. She says, How much does it weigh? I put it on the scales and it weighed two and a half pounds, and she says, Thats “ne, but havent you got one a little larger? And I said, Ill check on that. I went back in the cooler and I stuffed that chicken full of ice, just as full as I could get it. Then I straightened it up and took another piece of parchment paper and I took it out to her and I said, Hows this? She says, Thats “ne. How much does that one weigh? I put it on the scales and it tipped off at three pounds. I had a half a pound of ice in it. Do you remember I told you before it was the only chicken I had? So the lady says, Fine, thats “ne. Ill take them both.Ž L.A. didnt care to tell me how he got out of the two-chicken dilemma.Now thats another story,Ž he said. Well have to make time for more old-timer stories another day. Diana Harris is a Sun columnist. She can be reached at diharris@ comcast.net.Englewood old-timer stories from the past PHOTO COURTESY OF DIANA HARRISL.A. Ainger stands in front of his grocery store. Photo circa 1950. Diana Harris In the CLASSIFIEDS! Find The Perfect Companion JAMES W. MALLONEE, P.A. LAW OFFICE JAMES W. MALLONEE PROBATE WILLS/TRUSTS GUARDIANSHIPS REAL ESTATE Office Hours … Monday thru Friday, 9:00AM to 5:00PM 9 46 Tamiami Trail, #206, Port Charlotte, FL 33953 871 Venetia Bay Blvd. Suite #225, Venice, FL 34285 (941) 207-2223 www.jameswmallonee.com (941) 206-2223 adno=50536814

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Page 20 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 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 08 / 0 4/ 20 1 8 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Creative Construction located at 3400 Albenga Ln. in the County of Sarasota in the City of North Port Florida 34286 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State,Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Port Charlotte Florida, this 1st day of August 2018 Creative Shade South, Inc. Publish: 08/04/2018 341380 3601666 3116 NOTICE OF ACTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL COURT, IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 18000723DR DIvision: CIVIL Lucy Guillermina Thiele Petitioner, and Juan Luis Thiele Osorio Respondent, NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Juan Luis Thiele Osorio last known address: 4157 Santa Ana Rd. North Port, FL 34286 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for dissolution of marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Lucy Guillermina Thiele whose address is 4436 Maurbach Terrace, North Port, FL 34286 on or before 08/16/2018 and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 350 E MARION AVE., PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950 berfore s ervice on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition The action is asking the court to decide how the following real or personal property should be divided: (NONE) Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders are available at the Clerk of t he Circuit Courts office. You may review these documents up request. Y ou must keep the Clerk of the C ircuit Courts office notified of your current address. (You may file Designation of Current Mailing and E-Mail address, Florida Supreme Court A pproved Family Law Form 12.915) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed or emailed to the address(es) on record at the clerks office. W ARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rulees of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or stricking of pleadings. Dated: 07/11/2018 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: J. Kern Deputy Clerk Publish: July 21, 28,and August 4, 11, 2018 395956 3586262 3126 NOTICE OF MEETING CHARLOTTE COUNTY HEALTHY START COALITION BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING Charlotte County Healthy Start Coalition, Inc., Board of Directors Meeting will be held at the Coalition office, 17940 Toledo Blade Blvd., Unit A, Port Charlotte, at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 8, 2018. The meeting is open to the public. Phone 764-9700 for more information. Publish: August 4, 2018 128405 3601540 3128 NOTICE OF PERMIT PUBLI C N O TI C E SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Notice is hereby given that the Southwest Florida Water Management District has received Environmental Resource permit application number 768925 from Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners, c/o Public Works Department, 410 Taylor Street, Unit 104, Punta Gorda, FL 33950. A pplication Received: J uly 20, 2018 3128 NOTICE OF PERMIT P ropose d A ct i v i ty: Roadway Widening Project Name: Olean Blvd … US41 to Easy Street Project Size: 6.26 Acres Location: Section: 15 & 22 Township: 40 South Range: 22 East County: Charlotte Outstanding Florida Water: No A quatic Preserve: No The application is available for public inspection Monday through Friday at 7601 U.S. Highway 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33637 or through the Application & Permit Search ToolsŽ function on the Districts website at www.watermatters.org/permits/. Interested persons may inspect a copy of the application and submit written comments concerning the application. Comments must include the permit application number and be received within 14 days from the date of this notice. If you wish to be notified of intended agency action or an opportunity to request an administrative hearing regarding the application, you must send a written request referencing the permit application number to the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Regulation Bureau, 7601 U.S. Highway 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33637 or submit your request through the Districts website at www.watermatters.org. The District does not discriminate based on disability. Anyone requiring accommodation under the ADA should contact the Regulation Bureau at (813) 985-7481 or 1-(800) 836-0797, TDD only 1-(800) 231-6103. Reference No.: ERP App OleanBlvd 080318 Published: August 4, 2018 163352 3601640 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! 8OUR TOWNPerhaps you have heard this quote by author Neil Gaiman: Google can bring you back 100,000 answers. A librarian can bring you back the right one.Ž This is certainly true; our librarians can “nd just the right book or movie for you with a much more personal touch. But Google is pretty amazing also. Here are a few things Google can do that you might not yet have heard about. Google Sky: Have you ever wanted to travel to the stars but you just couldnt pass that NASA entry test? Google Sky can show you the universe all from you laptop or smartphone. The views in Google Sky are generated from the largest ground and space based astronomical surveys including the Hubble Space Telescope, NASAs Chandra satellite, the UK Infrared Astronomical Satellite and more. Navigate the sky by clicking on the thumbnail images below the initial spread of the universe to view planets, stars, nebulae and constellations. You can also select infrared, microwave and historical views including the sky as drawn by Giovanni Maria Cassini that was printed in 1792. I wish this resource had been available when I was taking my astronomy class back in college. Google Arts and Culture: Google Arts and Culture allows you to discover various art collections and artifacts from all around the world from the comfort your home. If you couldnt get to Paris for the Biennale Arte 2015, you can browse more than 80 digital exhibitions and see panoramic views of 70 pavilions of art from around the world. And your feet wont even get tired from all of that walking around. You can also get lost in the British Museum, walk through the ruins of Machu Picchu, or see the State Hall of the Austrian National Library. I could spend hours on this site browsing through art and the wonders of the world. Google Assistant: Instead of talking to yourself, you can talk to your Google Assistant on your Android device. On your Android phone, you can just swipe up on the bottom of your screen and say Hey GoogleŽ and the assistant is ready to help. Ask for directions, what time the movie starts, or how to say hiŽ in another language. There are many ways the Google Assistant can help you on your phone, smart TV, tablet or other device. Google Maps Trek: You have seen Google Street View and maybe you have even seen the Google car driving around with the camera on top to get those views for Google Maps. Google Trek goes one step further and takes you places where you can only walk or climb to a particular location. Local guides travel to remote locations wearing a backpack camera and “lm the content for Google Trek. You can view the streets of Venice Italy and feel like you are walking through the city or climb Mont Blanc in France all without leaving your chair. To take a look at any of these resources you can type the title into Google and the link pops right up. Dont forget, if you need assistance your friendly librarians are here to help! The Englewood Charlotte Library at 3450 N. Access Road, in the Tringali Recreation Complex off State Road 776.Librarians are wonderful, but Google can help a lot, too Lynda Citro What to do if you love to read, but cant visit Elsie Quirk Library due to a temporary or longterm physical or visual disability? Not to worry. If you cant come to the library, the library will come to you. I am here to tell you that you can still access your favorite library books and materials, all without leaving the comfort of your home. Sarasota County Libraries offers a service called Books By Mail. No need to worry about “nding a way to get to the library, because we deliver all your favorite books right to your doorstep. Books By Mail sends library materials through the mail in zippered bags to library patrons. This includes regular and largeprint books, audiobooks, music CDs, Playaways, and descriptive video recordings (DVDs and VHS). You can request library materials by phone (941861-2503), by inserting a written list of titles into your zippered bag when its time to send it back, or by accessing the online catalog at Scgov.net/ library. Please note that if youre using the online catalog to request items, you must choose BookmobileŽ as your pickup location. When its time to return your library materials, all you have to do is place your items back into the zippered bag, remove the address label from the pocket on the bag and ”ip it over so that the library address is visible. Re-insert the address label (with the library addressŽ side of the label displayed), and “nally seal the bag with an enclosed plastic tie. So, if you know someone who can no longer access the library, but still wants to take advantage of our wonderful and wideranging collections, please spread the word about the Books By MailŽ service. Its easy to get started. Just call the Books By Mail Of“ce at 941-861-2503, and well bring the library to you. For more information on library programs, services, and resources visit us at 100 W. Dearborn St., call 941-861-5000, or visit scgov. net.Cant get to the library? Try Books By Mail HERE ARE THE LIBRARY EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK:Monday € Monday Night Movies, 5 p.m. Contact the library for movie titles. Tuesday € Master Gardener Plant Clinic, 10 a.m.-noon. Get free answers to your Florida gardening and landscape questions. Made possible through a partnership with UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County. Call 941-861-9807 or visit sarasota.ifas.ufl.edu/hort/plantclinic.shtml. Wednesday € Athena: Wisdom & Wit, 11 a.m. € Englewood Authors, 5 p.m. Thursday € Quirky Knitters, 1 p.m. Friday € Suncoast Writers Guild Poetry, 10:15 a.m. Amie Lemire TODAY FC Mens Breakfast, FC Mens Prayer Brkfst @ 8:00am @ Church campus-140 Rot. Blvd.W. Free & all men are invited. 475-7447 PG farmers Market, 8-12 taylor & olympia 941391-4856. Fresh produce, olives, oils & vinegars, bakers, cheese, seafood and music and more!! TODAY FC Mens Breakfast, FC Mens Prayer Brkfst @ 8:00am @ Church campus-140 Rot. Blvd.W. Free & all men are invited. 475-7447 Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 TODAYAdult Boxing, USA Boxing. Self-defense, confidence, weight loss. Sat. 2-3 at Morgan Center. $10. 239-292-9230. NPBOXCLUB@gmail. com Deep Creek Elks 2763, Deep Creek Elks 4-9:30pm Prime Rib, Fish & more 58pm Heart & Soul 6:30 9:30pm Reservations: 941-249-8067 CHARLOTTE EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS Citizen Tax Oversight Committee … Aug. 7, 3 p.m., Community Action Agency Board Member Election … Aug. 8, 4:30 p.m., Human Services Advisory Council Funding Recommendation Meeting … Aug. 10, 12:30 p.m., Keep Sarasota County Beautiful Advisory Board … Aug. 8, 5 p.m., Keep Sarasota County Beautiful Volunteer Awards Recognition Subcommittee … Aug. 8, 4 p.m., Laurel, Osprey, Venice, Nokomis Community Health Action Team (LOVN CHAT) … Aug. 10, 8:309:30 a.m., North Port Community Health Action Team (North Port CHAT) … Aug. 8, 4:30-6 p.m., Keep light out of sight during sea turtle nesting season Get school vaccines updated now adno=54535866

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Page 22 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 10OUR TOWNNORTH PORT „ Conquistador Adult Soccer Association is a non-pro“t adult soccer league out of North Port established in late 2016 by the league President and owner Julio Silva. Twelve competitive teams and six recreational are playing the 14-week season. The next season will begin in September. Both men and women 18 years of age and older or at least 16 with parent/ guardian waiver are welcomed to join. The games are usually scheduled Sundays afternoon at Narramore Soccer Complex.Adults are getting their kicksSTAFF REPORT SUN PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYAJose Romero, of the Tigres, attempts a shot on goal, while Marcelo Obradovich, with the Cossaks, puts pressure on the play.The Florida Rivals 12-year-old travel ball baseball team finished with a 5-3 record in the Cal Ripken Experience tournament in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, which concluded late last week. The players did well,Ž said Rivals manager Matt Mitchell, who has been the manager of the North Port Blue Jays who won the city championship this past season. The best thing about the tournament was that the kids got to play against other kids and got to know other teams in the country. It was a great experience.Ž Rivals lost to Force of Ohio 10-0 in the quarterfinals Thursday afternoon. Earlier in the day, they edged the WBA Warriors from Winter Garden, Florida. Ty Harvey was the winning pitcher and went the distance. The Rivals broke a tie with the winning run in the sixth inning. Henry Ferguson had two hits and an RBI to lead the winners. Jon Embuy added a hit and RBI for the Rivals. Earlier in the week, the Rivals went 2-2 on Tuesday and Wednesday in pool play. On Monday, they opened the tournament with victories over Racine, Wisconsin and the Egg Harbor Eagles from New Jersey. That was the end of the 12-under season. Today, the Rivals will begin 13-under practice at 6 p.m. The practice probably will be at the Atwater Community Complex, although the team may also practice at the North Charlotte Regional Park sometimes. There will be a number of different players on the 13-under team (from the 12-under team),Ž Mitchell said. They will be playing games on a regulation-size field instead of a Little League-sized field, but the kids played on regulation-sized fields in Tennessee so that shouldnt be much of a problem.Ž The 13-under teams first tournament probably will be in the last week of August, according to Mitchell. Several Blue Jays players will be on the 13-under team, including Braddock Marshall, Brayden Spain and Zach Mitchell. The other Rivals teams will also prepare for the new seasons soon. The 18-year-old team is composed of mostly high school-age players. All the games for the Rivals teams will be on the road.Florida Rivals finish 5-3 in tournamentBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENT NORTH PORT „ The North Port Youth Basketball Inc.s summer season ended Saturday at the Morgan Family Community Center with some good games and talented athletes. There are no playoffs following the summer season (unlike the winter season) and there arent any of“cial standings, but the players still enjoy themselves and play hard. Mendez won its “rst game in the 12-13-yearold division by defeating Nilsson 48-39, Mendez took a 19-5 lead early and led 37-7 at halftime. But Nilsson gradually battled back and cut the lead to seven points before Mendez took the victory. Deontay Soijeune led the winners with 17 points and Jake Taylor added 11 points as the winners had a balanced attack. Michael Weidner was hot shooting the ball for Nilsson as he “nished with 24 points to lead all scorers. We ended up 1-7,Ž said Mendez coach Antonio Mendez. The kids had a lot of fun, played well and it was nice to get our “rst victory.Ž In a 10-11 contest. van Salsbury held off Metts 29-20 to end the season with a 4-4 record. The winners took a 14-0 advantage and never trailed. Connor-Lance Killian led the winners with 12 points, getting most of them in the “rst half. Isaiah Gabriel led Metts with 15 points. We had good teamwork today, that was the key,Ž said van Salsbury coach George van Salsbury. You have to have teamwork or you wont win. Weve tried to do that since the start of the season and theyve improved a lot.Ž Other games were played in the 5-7, 8-9 and 14-18 division. Some of the kids in the older divisions could play middle school basketball or at the high school level this winter. Others could continue to play in the youth basketball winter season or play other sports. The winter season should begin around January. Registration for the winter season should begin sometime in October. €€€ Mens league starts Monday. The North Port Parks & Recreation department will begin its mens basketball league Monday at the Morgan Family Community Center. Games will be played at 6 p.m., 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. The winter season will begin around January.Mendez wins first game in season finaleBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENT NORTH PORT „ The North Port Mustangs Pop Warner teams opened fall practice for the 2018 season Wednesday at the George Mullen Center with at least 130 players suited up. The players went through several conditioning drills, offensive and defensive stance drills, stretching, ladder sprints and gassers. The players practiced from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and are doing that through today. Once they get 10 hours of practice in, theyll go to practicing in pads. Weve got a good turnout,Ž said Mustangs President and Junior Pee Wee head coach Bart Dixon. Were doing a lot of things together and everything looks good.Ž Dixon has 32 players out for his team. The Mitey Mites and Tiny Mites each have around 25 players out, the Pee Wees gave 24 and the Junior Varsity team has 28. The Mustangs do not have a varsity team this season, but the other five teams all have good numbers, and some more players might come out, particularly when school opens. The Mitey Mites team worked out under the watchful eves of head coach Jeff Bigelow. We dont have a lot of players from last seasons team,Ž Bigelow said. Most of our players came up from the tiny mites. Some of the kids are in better condition than others, but theyre all working hard.Ž Steve Youtzy is the head coach of the Junior Varsity team, Mike Akers is the coach of the Pee Wees and Mike Salerno is the coach of the Tiny Mites. Youtzy coached the Pee Wee team to the Peace River Conference semifinal playoff game last season before losing to North Fort Myers 32-6. North Port defeated North Fort Myers 12-7 in the regular season. There will be a jamboree for the Varsity, Junior Varsity, Pee Wee, Junior Pee Wee, Mitey Mites and Tiny Mites teams from organizations in the Sarasota and Charlotte counties area Aug. 18 in Englewood. North Port will host the Mitey Mites and Tiny Mites in a jamboree Aug. 19. The regular conference season begins Aug. 25.Mustangs open practice with good numbersBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENTENGLEWOOD „ The Englewood Cats Pop Warner program has begun football and cheer practices at Larry Nicol Field at the Ann Dever Regional Park on San Casa Drive. The practices are from 6 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. The Cats still need more signups, with total numbers now for the teams hovering around 60 or slightly more. We should get more kids signing up this week,Ž said Cats athletic director Lonne Moore. And we should get more when school starts (Aug. 6), when more kids are coming back from vacation.Ž As of right now, the Cats will have players for the Junior Varsity, Mitey Mites and Tiny Mites teams. They probably will have a team in the Junior Pee Wee or Pee Wee division, but not both. They likely wont be able to “eld a Varsity Cougars team. Youths can sign up this week at the San Case complex from 6 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. More information and physical forms are available at englewoodcats.com. Moore will be the Junior Varsity Panthers head coach. John Woldington is the Tiny Mites coach, and Ryan Bryant will be the Mitey Mites coach. The other possible coaches havent been determined yet. Moore coached the Panthers last season, and they just missed qualifying for the Peace River Conference playoffs by losing their “nalregular season game in double overtime to Immokalee. The Cats will practice two hours a night except for the weekend. They need 10 hours of practice (“ve days) before they can put on pads. The Cats will host the 2018 fall jamboree for the older division teams Aug. 18. The Varsity, Junior Varsity, Pee Wee and Junior Pee Wee teams will play. North Port will host the jamboree for the mitey mites and tiny mites teams Aug. 19. The regular season will begin Aug. 25. Englewood Cats open practice sign-upsBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENT Adam Krstec goes for a header. Cossaks goalkeeper Sergiy Opryshko prepares to stop a shot. Club Tigres goalkeeper Joe Zabala saves his net. NP 96ers Rustam Hurd takes the ball down the eld leaving behind Jason Lavine, with the Rangers team. Jorge Liscano, with the Rangers, and NP 96ers Jonathan Ramos ght for possession of the ball during a recent match. Jacob Melton drives the ball down the eld during a match.

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Page 24 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 The Charlotte Stone Crabs were one of the hottest teams in minor league baseball in July. Tuesdays doubleheader sweep of the Florida Fire Frogs sealed the most successful month in franchise history. The pair of victories brought Charlottes record to 19-8 for the month and passed the previous franchise record of 18-9 set in June 2010 and August 2017. In this past month and even toward the end of June we started playing a lot more team baseball,Ž said Charlotte out“elder Miles Mastrouboni, who batted .328 in July. Weve put a lot of teammates in good spots where theyre coming up with (runners at) second and third with less than two outs. Were able to go up there with not a lot of pressure on ourselves.Ž It was a historic month for what looks to be a historic year for the Stone Crabs offense, which is on pace to best franchise marks in runs, batting average, hits, doubles, home runs, RBIs as well as on-base and slugging percentage. As a team, Charlotte batted .293 and scored an average of six runs per game last month. The chemistry is there,Ž Charlotte manager Reinaldo Ruiz said Tuesday. This group of players has been playing since last year. Theyve been playing together here for a long time now. They get along, they work hard, they push each other and this is the result.Ž After going 47-47 over the “rst three months of the season, the offense has keyed a sudden surge, which was on display Tuesday night. Down 4-1 in the “nal inning of Game 1, the bats came alive and the Stone Crabs showed just how explosive their offense can be. After third baseman Kevin Padlo drew a walk in the second at-bat of the inning, Charlotte strung together four consecutive hits and scored three runs. The walk-off hit came via a Josh Lowe single to left “eld to end the game. In Game 2 of the doubleheader, the offense maintained its heavy “repower, scoring four runs in the opening inning. But the offense cant garner all the glitz and glamour of Charlottes hot month. Feeding off the feasting offense is a pitching staff that has secured four shutouts in July. Its big,Ž Mastrobuoni said. You know if you put up three or four runs you know youre gonna win the game. That again takes a lot of pressure off us as hitters. Theyve been pitching really well for us lately and putting us in very good spots to win.Ž It de“nitely helps to have such a deep organization like the Rays do. With each level loaded with rising prospects, potential budding stars like Rays No. 3 prospect and pitcher Bendan McKay are being kept in High-A and continue to help Charlotte surge toward the playoffs. Having a lot of talent is always good and fun to watch,Ž Mastrouboni said. Coming out every day and seeing these guys do what they do. You know coming to the park every day youre gonna see something knew. It just leads into a good atmosphere.ŽLOCAL SPORTS LOCAL SPORTS Contact usBenjamin Baugh € Sport s 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. STONE CRABS: FEATUREAs a senior at the College of Idaho, an NAIA school just west of Boise, Riley OBrien wasnt a household name outside the Coyotes fan base. He was a 6-foot-4 junior college transfer with a strong arm, but failed to garner much attention. He hit his spots and upgraded his velocity each year. He was checking most of the boxes he needed to. Someone just had to see it. OBriens launching point came in the spring of his senior year against conference leader LewisClark State. With scouts lining the fences he got his chance. They werent at the ballpark to survey OBrien, but they had no choice but to watch him. And he made sure not to miss his lone opportunity. OBrien had been throwing in the low 90s the entire season „ hovering around 92, 93 „ but surprised himself, and those at the park, when he hit 95 mph on the gun. I was coming out of the bullpen at that time, but I was told about 3 0 m inutes before the game that I was getting the start against one of the best teams in the conference,Ž OBrien said. I think they had like nine guys drafted that year. The velocity just kind of came out of nowhere. After that I de“nitely got some notice. Thats what de“nitely put me on the map.Ž Following that game, OBrien was approached by a Rays scout, who ended up being an imperative element in his draft process. He credits that pitch for his eighth round draft slot, the highest draft pick in the College of Idahos history. For the majority of his career, OBrien was looked upon as an afterthought. He wasnt recruited out of Shorewood High School in Shoreline, Washington and had to spend two years at Everette Community College before he transferred to Idaho. Now, hes a starting pitcher for the Charlotte Stone Crabs in High-A, biding his time until his next promotion. I think that hes been pitching at a much more competitive level than perhaps some people thought that he would be at this point,Ž Charlotte pitching coach Steve Watson said. He takes some pretty good hitters and makes them look not so good.Ž After going 4-1 in Low-A with Bowling Green to open the season, OBrien is 3-3 with the Stone Crabs in six appearances. Most recently, OBrien threw six scoreless innings in a 3-0 shutout win Thursday night. Stone Crabs out“elder Miles Mastrobuoni says his pitching is electricŽ at times and has the ability to ignite the defense behind him. His ability to adjust seamlessly on the ”y has made him a challenging pitcher to face. He takes what hitters give him and makes the subtle tweaks needed to jump to the next level. He possess that quality to have the light switch turned on,Ž Watson said. Some guys have to get really locked in sometimes 24 hours ahead of their start or maybe 48 hours before, theyll start formulating how they want to attack hitters. He does it pitch to pitch. Its amazing. He can get in this comfortable groove where hes locating his fastball and his breaking ball has good “nish to it. And then when better hitters come to the plate in the league you see his stuff up a notch.Ž He throws hard throughout the game „ mostly in the mid-90s „ but can sometimes add a little extra sauce on his pitches when needed, climbing to upwards of 97 mph. He can conserve his energy and pitch at a very high level and yet theres still more there,Ž said Watson, who has tutored 14 former Stone Crabs who made the major leagues. Its really unique to “nd a guy that not only has that quality, but knows how to use it.Ž OBrien credits a lot of his development to his grandfather, Johnny OBrien, who played eight seasons in the big leagues from 1953-59 for Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Milwaukee. Johnnys twin brother Edward played alongside him while he was in Pittsburgh. OBrien never got to see his now 87-year-old grandfather play and now plays in a starkly different era, but he was still able to soak in his experiences. Johnny would stop by practices and games and work with his grandsons teams as he rose through the amateur ranks. He would come out to the high school or my summer league teams and just try to help out,Ž OBrien said. Hes always been involved and given me advice. Its cool to see how different the game was back then and how it is now. Its nice to talk to him about baseball because he really understands it.Ž His grandfather wasnt the only major leaguer to have an impact. OBrien shared the Shorewood baseball “elds with Rays pitcher Blake Snell. He was able to observe the future MLB all-star while he played as a sophomore on the JV squad during Snells senior year. OBrien and Snell still have a relationship now that theyve landed in the same organization. Sending texts every so often, OBrien has used his former teammate as a sounding board to help navigate the minor leagues. It was just cool to watch him,Ž OBrien said. Everyone obviously knew he was a great pitcher, but seeing the success hes had now its crazy to watch him from high school and what hes turned into. Hes someone to look up to coming from the same school, same organization. Watching him in practice, he just knows how to pitch. His con“dence, his mannerisms, its just something to look up to.Ž When OBrien will take his next leap is unknown, but seemingly inevitable. Maintaining the underdog mindset has been key to his development and that wont change even if his status does. Its kind of hard to get a feel for how everyone thinks about you here,Ž he said. Ive been under the radar and it doesnt really bother me too much. Its almost kind of nice sometimes, less distractions and just get to focus on playing baseball.ŽOften overlooked, Stone Crabs OBrien rarely counted outBy JACOB HOAGSTAFF WRITER PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CHARLOTTE STONE CRABSStone Crabs pitcher Riley OBrien tosses a pitch at Charlotte Sports Park. After a 3-0 shutout win Thursday he moves to 3-3 in High-A.Stone Crabs complete most successful month in franchise historyBy JACOB HOAGSTAFF WRITER PHOTOS BY TOM ONEILL Charlotte Stone Crabs second baseman Miles Mastrobouni (5) triples and drives in two runs as he beats the tag by the Fort Myers Miracle third baseman Nelson Molina (19) during the seventh inning Sunday at Charlotte Sports Park. Charlotte Stone Crabs Manager Reinaldo Ruiz watches batting practice during a workout session Tuesday evening at Charlotte Sports Park. STONE CRABS: ANALYSIS 12OUR TOWN

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Page 26 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 CLASSIFIEDS 2 COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFSAARP Charlotte Chapter 80The AARP Charlotte Chapter 80 meets meets on the third Thursday of every month at 9 a.m. in the third ”oor conference room of the Parkside Assisted Living and Memory Cottage, 2595 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. For more information, call Donna Hurt at 803-624-8039.Blue 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 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 second 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 941-423-2713 or visit website at www. gchgroup.org.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 Circle 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. 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Page 30 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 CLASSIFIEDS 6 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 08/04/18 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 DEEP CREEKOPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-3PM 1493 Navigator Road Beautiful NEW Construction Home on Deep Creek golf course. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3 car garage, 2,000 sq.ft. All Custom Upgrades. $299,900 941-626-7682 DEEP CREEK SATURDAY 8/4/18 12PM-3PM 27454 TIERRA DEL FUEGO 3/2 UPDATED POOL HOME $255,000.00 CHRIS MCMILLAN 941-628-2602 RE/MAX ANCHOR OF MARINA PARK O PEN S AT & S UN.1 2 3 pm $349K 293 BRASILIA ST. DEEPCREEK4/3/2 GORGEOUSREMODELED2600+ SQ.FT. POOL HOMEMary A Morehouse KW Sales Assoc. 941-276-2375 PORT CHARLOTTE OPEN SAT.-SUN. 11AM-5PM 2325 ACHILLES ST 2br/2ba/1cg Saltwater POOL on Canal. Roof, Fence & Elect. panel 2018. $195,000 GOING ON MLS SOON! NOW BY OWNER (941)-815-4017 1010 OPEN HOUSE ENGLEWOOD SAT., 8/4, 12PM…3PM SUN., 8/5, 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 Janet Shawen941-882-2398 Alan Craig941-303-3876 SUN., 8/5, 12PM…3PM 312 INDIAN RIVER $227,000. 2/2 plus den in desirable 55+ gated Community that is close to beaches, shopping & restaurants. Tim Rohde 641-751-7375 PUNTA G ORDA SAT., 8/4, 11AM…2PM 5030 CAPTIVA CT. $634,900. Private tip lot w/174 of seawall & quick access to the harbor. Formal LR/DR, MSTR BR w/his/her closets, dual sinks, shower & separate tub. Deb Sestilio941-391-1873 SAT., 8/4, 11AM…2PM 25378 RUPERT RD. $279,900. Pride of ownership, newer AC, windows, sliders, appliances, pool cage & resurfaced lanai plus more in a convenient location. Cindy Pennington 941-467-9722 PORT CHARLOTTE SAT., 8/4, 12PM…3PM 123 SUNDIET ST. $329,000. 3/2/2 pool home that has been completely updated. Shows like a model home. David Lair 941-585-9623 SAT., 8/4, 1PM…3PM 110 BANGSBERG RD. SE $305,000. 133 ft new seawall in sailboat location. Remodeled kit, open floor plan, tile throughout plus Hurricane protection. Ann Schulz941-276-5220 SAT., 8/4, 11AM…2PM 23211 DELAVAN AVE. $272,500. Pride of ownership, 3/2/2 w/spacious lanai on fresh water canal. 6 privacy fence, newer appliances. 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No Pets. 941800-7105 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 NOKOMIS Effi c i ency WALK TO THE BEACH! IMMACULATE, FURNISHED No smoking No pets. $875/mo inclds W/D, wifi, UTILS. 941-488-6565 1360 ROOMS FOR RENT EASTENGLEWOOD Room w / Private Bath, Pool, Kitchen Priv ileges. No Pets. $650./Mo. + Sec. Dep. 440-867-0699 ENGLEWOOD, Room for Rent in upscale area, On the Water, bring your boat, $600/mo-Annual 1st & last + sec. utilities incl. No pets 941-474-5986, 941-628-4574 PORT CHARLOTTE F urn d Central Location. kit privg. Dish TV $140wk 941-883-1334 PORT CHARLOTTE F urn i s h e d Kitchen Privileges. $120/Wee k incls W/D, A/C, Cable & Utili ties. Rose 774-284-1095 PORT CHARLOTTE Single, Person, $130/wk. Incl Sat. & In ternet. No Pets. 941-276-4909 1390 VACATION/ SEASONAL RENTALS RENT THE BEST LIKENEWŽ LARGE2 BED/2 BATH W/PRIVATEGARAGE, BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED, HEATEDPOOL. 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W HIRP OO L DRYER C LEAN WHITE VG CONDITION CAN DELIVER $80 941-380-6935 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 5 LA S ERDI SCS each. $15 941-496-9252 CABANA f or t h e b eac h ny l on, nice $20 941-268-8951 C AR AUT O AM/FM C assette NIB $40 941-496-9252 CO FFEE MAKER Keurig, slightly used $50, OBO 941-627-0516 DVD S & VH S TAPE S Many to choose from-just make offergreat shape $1 941-445-5619 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 FIREWOOD Split, Bundled, and ready for the firepit! Perfect for these cooler nights! Pine, Oak, Citrus 941-468-4372 F O LDIN G C HAIR S ( 4 ) metal blk. contour seats exc. cond. $20 941-585-8149 G ENERAT O R S P O RT S MAN 2000watt new in box with cover $200 941-423-2585 PUZZLE S Numerous Large Puzzles. $5, OBO 941-876-3280 RECORD COLLECTION includes album covers 5 0 cents each. Entire collection. 941-496-9252 TABLE S (2) f olding 5 round lite $75 Ea 941-496-9252 W INE C RATE S O ld G ood shape $100 941-624-0928 6265 FREE MERCHANDISE HEARIN G AIDBATTERIE s size 13 Bought by mistake. 24 Duracell. opened $5 941-964-0492 6270 WANTED TO BUY/TRADE BUYIN G S ILVER CO IN S DIMES Thru SILVER DOLLARS. 941-626-7785 7000TRANSPORTATION 7020 BUICK 20 1 2 BUI C K LA C R OSS E $12,990. GOLD, 71K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7030 CADILLAC 20 15 C ADILLA C S RX $16,990 BLACK, 71K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7030 CADILLAC 2012 CADILLAC CTS $16,990 RED, 32K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 CADILLAC CTS $17,900. Coupe, Preformance Car. 51K Miles. Single Owner Dealer Serviced. Showroom Condition! 941-303-5858 200 5 C ADILLA C DEVILLE 81K MI. EXTRA CLEAN! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7040 CHEVROLET 20 17 C HEVR O LET MALIBU $17,990 WHITE, 22K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 8 C HEVR O LET E Q UIN O X $25,990 GRAY, 103 MILES 855-280-4707 DLR 20 11 C HEVY TRAVER S E 71K MILES, LOCAL TRADE MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2004CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7060 DODGE 2007 DODGE CHARGER $4,500 OBO, Black on Black, Clean, 2.7 V6, air blows cold, switches, windows, cruise, all work. Just replaced radiator and oil change. Nice Car! 187,673 miles 941-769-4260 20 15 D O D G E C HAR G ER $22,477. B5, BLUE PEARL, 27K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 D O D G E DURAN GO $23,950. CHERRY RED, 48K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2017 RAM 3500 $49,995 Pickup 3,093 mil 866-726-8593 DLR 7070 FORD 20 1 3 F O RD F OC U S $8,990. RED, SE, 73K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 F O RD F-15 0 $28 900 CREW PICK UP 48,307 MIL 866-726-8593 dlr 2017 FORD EXPLORER $38,995 4DR WAGON, 9,009 MI 866-726-8593 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 Wednesday 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. 2009 F O RD TAURU S LIMITED 88K MI., NICELY EQUIPPED MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR

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Page 34 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun /Saturday, August 4, 2018 CLASSIFIEDS 10 7070 FORD 2008 F O RD ED G E S EL 44K MILES, 1 OWNER IMMACULATE MATTAS MOTORS941-916-9222 DLR 7080 JEEP 2017 JEEP CHEROKEE LIMITED $19,800 XX CLEAN 16,500 MI. WHITE-TANLEATHER, FACT. WARR. VENICEJUSTIN 941-350-7544 2016 JEEP GR .CHEROKEE $23,477 BRIGHT WHITE, 5,468 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2006 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4, 80K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7135 SATURN USED SATURN CARS & SUVs Starting at $1,200 & Up. Saturn Parts Available. Pro Power Auto Sales941-627-8822www.propowerauto.com 7147 AUDI 2013 AUDI A420QT $15,990 WHITE, 77K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 AUDI A 630 T Q $19,990 GRAY, 86K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7148 BMW 2004 BMW 325CIC $8,990 RED, 54K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 BMW X 3 $21,950 MINERAL WHITE, S, 56K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2013 BMW X5X50I $21,990. WHITE, 87K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 BMW X3X28I $23,990. BLACK, 35K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 2012 HONDA INSIGHT $10,990. GRAY, HYBRID, 42K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 HONDA ACCORD $20,877 CHAMPAGNE FROST, 10K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA CR V $20,950. URBAN METALLIC, 48K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA CR V $20,950. COPPER SUNSET, 32K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 CADILLAC ATS $21,477 COCOA BRONZE, 31K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA C R-V $21,777. BASQUE RED PEARL, 7,959 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA CIVIC $21,787 MODERN STEEL, 34K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY $21,877 MODERN STEEL, LX, 24K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA HR V $21,877. MILANO RED, EX-L, 7,024MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 HONDA ODYSSEY $21,950 CRYSTAL BLACK, 50K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA CR V $22,477. BASQUE RED PEARL, 28K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA C R-V $22,477. ALABASTER SILVER, EX, 15K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA A CCO RD, $22,477 WHITE PEARL, EX-L, 25K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA A CCO RD, $22,677 BLACK PEARL, EX-L, 26K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA C R-V $22,987. MODERN STEEL, SE 14K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS EY $23,950 SMOKY TOPAZ, SE, 44K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 H O NDA C R-V $23,987 SILVER METALLIC, 26K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 H O NDA O DY SS EY $23,997 SMOKY TOPAZ, EX-L, 66K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 H O NDA C R-V $24,477. WHITE DIAMOND, 28K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA PILOT $24,950 DARK CHERRY, EX, 41K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA C R-V $24,950. CRYSTAL BLACK, 28K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 15 H O NDA O DY SS EY $24,987 WHITE DIAMOND, 47K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7163 HYUNDAI 20 1 6 HYUNDAI SO NATA $16,990. SILVER, 18K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7170 ISUZU 2000 I S UZU R O DE O 6C YL automatic runs good 220k miles $1400 obo 941-456-7547 7177 KIA 20 1 2 KIA S P O RK, $13,911 SILVER, 46K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 7178 LEXUS 20 11 LEXU S E S 3 5 0 $15,990 GRAY, 71K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7178 LEXUS 2004 LEXUS LS 430 $15,990 WHITE, 59K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S C T200 H $16,911 BLACK, CERT, 59K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 LEXUS ES 350 $17,990 GRAY, CERT, NAV, 69K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $21,990. SILVER, NAV, CERT, 52K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS RX 350 SUV $26,500 SILVER, 29KMI., NAV. BK-UP, BLINDSPOTFACT. WARR. VENICEJUSTIN 941-350-7544 200 7 LEXU S SC -4 30 $26,990. GRAY, CONV, 49K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 LEXUS IS 350 $29,990 GRAY, CERT, NAV, 20K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $30,911. RED, NAV, CERT, 29K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 LEXUS ES 350 $31,911 BLACK, CERT, NAV, 17K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS RC 350 $32,911. Silver, Nav, Cert, Awd. 27K 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 LEXU S LX-57 0 $53,990 GRAY, CERT, NAV, 4X4, 33K. 855-280-4707 dlr 2018 LEXUS LC 500 $92,990. SILVER, CERT, NAV F 1,768 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7180 MAZDA 2012 MAZDA 3 $11,500 Hatchback, Loaded. 62,000 Miles. Great Condition, TN Car. 615-999-0090 7190 MERCEDES 2011 MERCEDES E-350 CABRIOLET, $23,500, Excellent Condition, Low mileage. 717-829-6525 7200 NISSAN 20 15 NI SS AN FR O NTIER $19,990. Silver, 41K mi 855-280-4707 DLR 7210 TOYOTA 20 15 T O Y O TA CO R O LLA $13,990. SILVER, LE, 34K 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 15 T O Y O TA PRIU S $18,990.GRAY, 28K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA RAV4 $19,911. GRAY, LTD, AWD, 30K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 TOYOTA RAV 4 XLE $20,800 RED, 10KMI., MOON ROOF, PWRTAILGATEBK-UPFACT. WARR. VENICEJUSTIN 941-350-7544 7220 VOLKSWAGEN 20 17 V O LK S WA G EN JETTA S $16,995 2,686 mil 866-726-8593 DLR 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES 1989 CADILLAC ALLANTE $5,900. Very Good Condition! No Rust/Damage 2 Tops, 114K Miles. (941)626-0552 1983 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE 50K ORIGINAL MILES! A MUST SEE! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7252 BUDGET BUYS 2003 CHEVROLET VENTURE $1,100 151k miles, Runs great. SOLD SOLD SOLD 7260 AUTOS WANTED W E BUY CARS & PICKUPS RUNNING OR NOT! $400 CASH + UP Frank 941-276-0204 7260 AUTOS WANTED WE BUY & PICK UP JUNK CARS 941-661-1928 BEST $$ FOR JUNKERS 7 Days, FAST PICKUP941-286-3122, 623-5550 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORIES TIRE S 26 5/75/1 6 on A lum. Dodge Dakota Wheels. like new $350 941-626-8448 TIRE S 26 5/75/1 6 As new cond. on alum. Dodge Dakota wheels $350 941-626-8448 14 RALLYWHEELS chevy el-camino,camaro $425 786-306-6335 7290 VANS 2003 CHEVROLET VENTURE $1,100 151k miles, Runs great. SOLD SOLD SOLD 2008 C HRY S LER T O WN & COUNTRY LIMITED MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7300 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS 2009 CHEVY SILVERADO WT $12,800, V6, tow package, new tires, 59,900K 941-451-8439 7305 SPORT UTILITY/ VEHICLES 2006 BUICK RENDEZVOUS $3,995 V6, 106K, Bronze, good condition. 941-276-0075 2010 CHEVY TRAVERSE LT $5,995. AWD, Like New inside and out. Runs Perfect! New Tires, Cold A/C, third row seat. 149K miles. 352-572-3135 2013 CHEVY EQUINOX-LS $10,000 45k mi., 1 owner, OnStar & more. 941-266-9939 2010 GMC TERRAIN SLT $10,800 SILVER V-6, 71KMI. LTH. NAV. TOWPKG. 1 OWNER, FACT. WARR. VENICEJUSTIN 941-350-7544 2006 F O RD EXPL O RER XLT 82K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7330 BOATS-POWERED 26 ALLMOND For the boat lover with the knowledge of engines and limited cash. 1989 351 Ford Engine, rebuilt interior great condition, full head very clean Call for details $3,500 941-505-8418 18.5 2001 BASS TRACKER PRO90HP MERCURYW/ 37 HRS! MINN-KOTAWHITEWATERTROLLINGMOTORW/ REMOTE. GALV. 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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 Jose 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.The Peace River Butterfly SocietyMeeting are held at 10 a.m. on the third Wednesday of the month, except June, July and August, at 20271 Tappan Zee Drive, Port Charlotte. (GFWC Womans Club of Port Charlotte). PRBS is a non-prot organization for the conservation, preservation and appreciation of Floridas native and migratory butteries and for educational outreach. Meetings are open and welcome to the public. For information contact: nanarainn@gmail.com.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 UFDC (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 941-5757789 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, 3540 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. Public welcome. Visit www. peaceriverridersbicycleclub. com. CLUB NEWS

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The News Wire Saturday, August 4, 2018 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER Democrats to begin meeting with KavanaughAfter weeks of refusing to meet with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Democrats in the Senate plan to begin meeting with him when they start returning to Washington in mid-August. See page 8. ORLANDO „ The 16-yearold American daughter of a former Marine held back tears as long as she could Friday before her family was split in two. Her mother, Alejandra Juarez, was “nally leaving for Mexico, rather than be sent off in handcuffs, after exhausting all options to stop her deportation. My mom is a good person. Shes not a criminal,Ž Pamela said, cursing at the immigration agency before her mother checked in for her ”ight from Orlando International Airport. Alejandra and Temo Juarez, a naturalized citizen who runs a roo“ng business, quietly raised Pamela and their 9-year-old daughter Estela in the central Florida town of Davenport until a 2013 traf“c stop exposed her legal status. Afterward, she regularly checked in with U.S. Immigration and Customs of“cials, which typically went after higher-priority targets like people with criminal records. Temo didnt “gure his vote for President Donald Trump would affect them personally. That was before the enforcement of Trumps zero toleranceŽ policy toward illegal immigrants. Now, the Juarez family will be divided in two: Estela will join her mother in Mexico after she gets settled, while Temo cares for Pamela and pays the bills. Alejandra, 39, petitioned to become a citizen in 2001, but was rejected because she was accused of making a false statement at the border when she sought asylum in 1998, said her attorney, Richard Maney. He said she was asked about her citizenship and told authorities she had been a student in Memphis, Tennessee for a short time, so border of“cials apparently thought she was falsely claiming to be an American citizen. This is not going to be the last case like this,Ž Maney said. This is potentially the “rst of many. There are many military spouses in the same situation.Ž U.S. Rep. Darren Soto, D-Fla., who couldnt get the votes in Congress for legislation to allow Juarez to remain, Facing deportation, former Marines wife leaves for MexicoBy MIKE SCHNEIDERASSOCIATED PRESSMARINE | 8 AP PHOTOAlejandra Juarez,38, left, says goodbye to her children, Pamela and Estela at the Orlando International Airport on Friday, in Orlando. Juarez, the wife of a former Marine is preparing to self-deport to Mexico in a move that would split up their family. WASHINGTON „ One of President Donald Trumps priorities, low unemployment, is complicating another: curbing immigration. With the number of jobs available exceeding the number of Americans seeking jobs, employers are looking beyond the border to “ll openings, and migrants are coming to the country in search of work. Hotel and restaurant owner Todd Callewaert is short more than two dozen workers this season for his Mackinac Island, Michigan, businesses. You cant hire a line cook right now, its impossible, even for 20 bucks an hour,Ž he said. We usually “ll the gap with visa workers, but we cant even get those this year.Ž The Labor Department said Friday the unemployment rate was 3.9 percent, near the 18-year low set in May, and employers are adding jobs at a faster pace than last year. Trump has made clear employers should be trying to attract American workers through wage increases and other incentives, not “lling jobs with immigrants. Curbing immigration is essential to growing wages and ensuring available jobs go to American workers, not foreign workers,Ž Deputy White House Press Secretary Hogan Gidley told AP. As immigration curbs are put into place, more and more Americans will be absorbed back into the workforce, especially those who have been left out due to poor work history or dif“cult life circumstances.Ž The administration has made it harder to come to the U.S. for work, legally or otherwise. Work visas are costly, complicated and limited. Large-scale, job-seeking migration through a porous border is long gone. This summer, the administration tried to deter would-be immigrants by adopting a zero-toleranceŽ policy, prosecuting anyone caught crossing the border illegally. It resulted in nearly 3,000 children separated from their parents at the border, prompting international outrage. Trump eventually stopped the separations and the government was forced by a judge to reunify families. Still, tens of thousands of people cross the border illegally every month, many seeking asylum from violence. But often, theyre coming because of the prospect of work. Dala Edilson Ba Juc traveled with his 12-year-old daughter from Guatemala to Economic boom could complicate curbing immigrationBy COLLEEN LONGASSOCIATED PRESSBOOM | 8 AP FILE PHOTOIn this April 27 photo, a poster announcing available jobs hangs in the window of the store La Guadalupana in Florence, Kentucky.WASHINGTON „ President Donald Trump wants a Space Force, a new military service he says is needed to ensure American dominance in space. But the idea is gaining little traction at the Pentagon, where the presidents defense chief, Jim Mattis, says it would add burdensome bureaucracy and unwanted costs. The Pentagon acknowledges a need to revamp its much-criticized approach to defending U.S. economic and security interests in space, and it is moving in that direction. But its unclear whether this will satisfy Trump, who wants to go even further by creating a separate military space service. The administration intends to announce next week the results of a Pentagon study that is expected to call for creating a new military command „ U.S. Space Command „ to consolidate space war“ghting forces and making other organizational changes short of establishing a separate service, which only Congress can do. Any legislative proposal to create a separate service would likely not be put on the table until next year. Mattis, who said prior to Trumps Space ForceŽ announcement in June that he opposes creating a new branch of the military for space, said afterward that this would require a lot of detailed planning.Ž Mattis is allied on this with key Republicans on Pentagon redoing space defenses, but will Trump demand more?By ROBERT BURNSAP NATIONAL SECURITY WRITERSPACE | 8BEIJING „ China said Friday it is poised to impose retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. imports, including coffee, honey and industrial chemicals, if Washington goes ahead with its latest trade threat. Chinas Finance Ministry accused the Trump administration of damaging the global economy after the U.S. proposed increasing duties on $200 billion of Chinese goods in the second round of a dispute over technology. China is forced to take countermeasures,Ž said a ministry statement. It said retaliatory duties of between 5 and 25 percent will be imposed on 5,207 products if the U.S. side persists in putting its tariff measures into effect.Ž Washington imposed 25 percent duties on $34 billion of Chinese goods on July 6 in response to complaints Beijing steals or pressures companies to hand over technology. Beijing retaliated by imposing similar charges on the same amount of U.S. products. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters Friday that instead of retaliating, China should address longstanding concerns about its unfair trading practices.Ž A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman had earlier called on Washington to come to its sensesŽ and settle the dispute. Chinese leaders have offered to narrow their politically sensitive trade surplus with the United States by purchasing more American goods. But they have rejected changing technology development plans they see as a path to prosperity and global in”uence. Theres no end in sight, and the dispute could chill global trade and economic growth. Chinas new threat targeting a smaller amount of U.S. goods re”ects the fact that Beijing is running out of products for retaliation due to its lopsided trade balance with the United States. Chinas imports from the United States last year totaled $153.9 billion. After the earlier tariffs $34 billion of U.S. goods, about $120 billion is available for retaliation.Trade war escalatesBy JOE McDONALDAP BUSINESS WRITERChina announces $60B of US goods for tariff retaliationTARIFF | 8 AP FILE PHOTOIn this July 6 photo, a container ship is docked at a port in Qingdao, in eastern Chinas Shandong Province.

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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTA t-storm late in the p.m. A t-storm in the eveningHIGH 92 LOW 7550% chance of rain 50% chance of rainPartly sunny and humid; a p.m. t-storm91 / 7455% chance of rain SUNDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATURESome sun, a t-storm around in the p.m.91 / 7440% chance of rain MONDAYA thunderstorm in spots in the afternoon91 / 7650% chance of rain TUESDAYSome sun with a t-storm possible; humid92 / 7530% chance of rain THURSDAYA shower or t-storm around, mainly later91 / 7655% chance of rain WEDNESDAY 2 5 11 11 3 1 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent 050100150200300500 350-50 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 VENICE87941021039992Air 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. 0.93Ž Month to date 1.32Ž Normal month to date 0.78Ž Year to date 37.65Ž Normal year to date 29.96Ž Record 1.63Ž (2001) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.06Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.22Ž Month to date 2.36Ž Normal month to date 0.76Ž Year to date 26.45Ž Normal year to date 28.82Ž Record 1.63Ž (1999) High/Low 92/75 Normal High/Low 93/74 Record High 96 (2010) Record Low 66 (1972) High/Low 91/73 High/Low 91/73 Normal High/Low 91/75 Record High 96 (2012) Record Low 68 (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. 9.80 9.02 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 1.32 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 37.65 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 88 76 pc 89 75 pc Bradenton 92 76 t 91 75 t Clearwater 91 77 pc 90 76 t Coral Springs 90 80 sh 90 78 pc Daytona Beach 87 75 pc 87 73 pc Fort Lauderdale 89 79 sh 89 78 pc Fort Myers 91 73 t 90 74 t Gainesville 90 72 pc 90 73 t Jacksonville 89 69 sh 90 70 pc Key Largo 88 81 sh 88 80 sh Key West 90 84 sh 90 84 sh Lakeland 91 75 t 91 74 t Melbourne 90 78 pc 90 77 pc Miami 89 80 sh 89 79 pc Naples 91 75 t 92 74 t Ocala 90 72 pc 90 72 t Okeechobee 89 74 t 89 72 t Orlando 90 75 pc 89 74 t Panama City 89 74 pc 90 74 t Pensacola 87 75 pc 89 76 pc Pompano Beach 90 81 sh 89 79 pc St. Augustine 87 72 pc 87 71 sh St. Petersburg 92 73 t 90 73 pc Sarasota 93 75 t 92 74 t Tallahassee 90 74 pc 93 74 pc Tampa 93 78 t 91 77 t Vero Beach 90 74 pc 90 74 pc West Palm Beach 89 79 sh 89 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 8:46a 2:47a 9:51p 4:10p Sun. 9:33a 3:28a 11:42p 5:33p Today 7:23a 1:03a 8:28p 2:26p Sun. 8:10a 1:44a 10:19p 3:49p Today 6:24a 1:44p 8:36p 11:55p Sun. 7:00a 2:59p 10:29p --Today 9:18a 3:16a 10:23p 4:39p Sun. 10:05a 3:57a --6:02p Today 5:38a 1:05p 6:43p --Sun. 6:25a 12:23a 8:34p 2:28p SE 8-16 1-2 Light ESE 7-14 1-3 LightFt. Myers 91/73 storms afternoon Punta Gorda 93/76 storms afternoon Sarasota 93/75 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. 2018Last Aug 4 New Aug 11 First Aug 18 Full Aug 26 Today 12:38 a.m. 1:40 p.m. Sunday 1:18 a.m. 2:39 p.m. Today 6:54 a.m. 8:14 p.m. Sunday 6:55 a.m. 8:14 p.m. Today 12:21p 6:09a ---6:33p Sun. 12:44a 6:57a 1:10p 7:23p Mon. 1:33a 7:47a 2:01p 8:15p Monterrey 97/70 Chihuahua 93/67 Los Angeles 88/67 Washington 88/74 New York 82/74 Miami 89/80 Atlanta 88/73 Detroit 89/70 Houston 92/75 Kansas City 92/73 Chicago 95/76 Minneapolis 78/69 El Paso 98/77 Denver 92/60 Billings 83/58 San Francisco 72/53 Seattle 78/59 Toronto 86/66 Montreal 84/69 Winnipeg 82/60 Ottawa 85/65 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: 08/4/18 Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun.Albuquerque 94 70 pc 94 71 s Anchorage 69 60 pc 68 61 c Atlanta 88 73 pc 89 73 t Baltimore 88 69 sh 90 71 s Billings 83 58 s 77 54 t Birmingham 89 73 pc 91 73 pc Boise 86 56 s 89 59 s Boston 82 71 t 87 73 pc Buffalo 84 67 pc 88 73 s Burlington, VT 85 67 pc 90 71 s Charleston, WV 87 67 pc 90 68 pc Charlotte 88 72 pc 91 73 pc Chicago 95 76 s 92 75 pc Cincinnati 90 71 s 90 71 pc Cleveland 86 70 s 91 73 pc Columbia, SC 90 74 pc 91 75 pc Columbus, OH 88 71 s 90 71 pc Concord, NH 79 63 sh 89 65 s Dallas 97 77 pc 99 78 pc Denver 92 60 t 90 59 pc Des Moines 87 71 pc 93 71 pc Detroit 89 70 s 93 70 s Duluth 76 65 t 81 62 t Fairbanks 69 51 r 64 55 r Fargo 83 60 t 86 59 pc Hartford 80 65 sh 90 69 pc Helena 82 54 pc 80 53 t Honolulu 88 77 t 89 77 c Houston 92 75 t 92 76 pc Indianapolis 92 71 s 91 71 s Jackson, MS 89 71 pc 91 72 pc Kansas City 92 73 pc 95 73 s Knoxville 87 68 pc 87 71 pc Las Vegas 110 86 s 108 83 s Los Angeles 88 67 s 88 67 s Louisville 92 74 s 91 74 pc Memphis 92 75 pc 91 76 pc Milwaukee 92 75 s 92 69 pc Minneapolis 78 69 t 86 68 pc Montgomery 89 72 pc 92 73 pc Nashville 94 73 pc 92 74 pc New Orleans 88 76 pc 89 77 t New York City 82 74 sh 89 75 pc Norfolk, VA 87 75 pc 88 74 pc Oklahoma City 92 71 pc 94 76 s Omaha 87 72 t 92 68 pc Philadelphia 88 73 sh 91 74 s Phoenix 111 88 s 110 88 s Pittsburgh 84 65 pc 88 69 pc Portland, ME 79 66 t 85 68 s Portland, OR 82 59 pc 87 62 pc Providence 80 70 t 90 71 pc Raleigh 87 70 pc 91 71 pc Salt Lake City 90 66 s 88 63 s St. Louis 96 75 s 98 77 pc San Antonio 94 74 pc 96 73 pc San Diego 82 71 pc 83 72 pc San Francisco 72 53 pc 68 51 pc Seattle 78 59 pc 84 61 pc Washington, DC 88 74 pc 91 75 s Amsterdam 80 59 s 76 58 pc Baghdad 111 85 pc 113 86 s Beijing 98 80 s 93 78 t Berlin 91 65 pc 80 59 pc Buenos Aires 60 38 s 62 43 s Cairo 97 79 s 97 79 s Calgary 71 53 pc 76 52 pc Cancun 88 77 pc 89 78 pc Dublin 70 56 pc 73 54 pc Edmonton 75 48 pc 77 47 s Halifax 80 66 t 79 65 c Kiev 84 67 t 83 64 t London 85 61 pc 85 61 s Madrid 103 71 s 100 70 s Mexico City 69 56 t 70 55 t Montreal 84 69 sh 88 73 pc Ottawa 85 65 sh 90 69 pc Paris 93 65 s 89 66 s Regina 75 57 t 75 54 pc Rio de Janeiro 78 68 pc 79 69 c Rome 89 72 t 89 73 s St. Johns 67 52 s 70 57 c San Juan 87 79 pc 86 78 pc Sydney 69 47 s 71 57 s Tokyo 91 80 s 91 81 pc Toronto 86 66 pc 91 72 pc Vancouver 73 57 pc 75 59 s Winnipeg 82 60 pc 77 53 rHigh ........... 105 at Palm Springs, CALow ......... 29 at West Yellowstone, MT(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)83Flooding struck Erie, Pa., on Aug. 4, 1915, killing 75 people, destroying bridges and inundating many streets. Q: What is solar summer?A: The 1/4 year with the greatest sunlight in the Northern Hemisphere 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 90/74 90/74 90/74 92/75 91/74 90/74 89/74 90/74 93/78 92/76 90/77 91/76 91/73 93/74 93/76 90/74 92/75 92/75 92/75 92/75 92/75 93/74 92/73 92/75 91/77 91/77 91/75 92/74 92/75 91/76 91/74 93/75 91/77 90/78 90/75 91/75 92/75 WORLD NEWS/WEATHERHARARE, Zimbabwe „ Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa on Friday forcefully rejected the narrow election win of President Emmerson Mnangagwa as fraudulent, calling it a vote stolen from the people.Ž For his part, Mnangagwa praised the vote as free, fair and credible ... an unprecedented ”owering of freedom and democracy in our beloved homelandŽ as the country seeks to move beyond Robert Mugabes decadeslong rule. The opposition said it will challenge in court the results of Mondays election, which Mnangagwa won with just over 50 percent of the vote. The closely watched elections began with a peaceful vote but turned deadly 48 hours later when the military “red on protesters in the capital, Harare, and six people were killed. The 40-year-old Chamisa spoke shortly after three truckloads of riot police with shields and batons tried to disperse dozens of journalists gathered to hear him. With cameras recording their every move the police eventually pulled back, allowing the opposition leader to give a blistering denunciation of the results. We won this election,Ž Chamisa said, declaring a day of mourning ... for democracy.Ž He alleged violence and harassment against his supporters. Chamisa received over 44 percent of the vote but claimed that based on the oppositions own count he won 56 percent. He was asked for evidence but didnt share it, instead saying the electoral commission didnt want to listen to us.Ž Mnangagwa said people are free to challenge the vote in court. Speaking to the press, he said Chamisa has a crucialŽ role to play in the countrys future. Zimbabweans had a subdued reaction to Mnangagwas win in the “rst election after the fall of Mugabe, whose rule was marked by increasing repression and the economys collapse. The 75-year-old Mnangagwa, Mugabes former enforcer and con“dante, said he was humbledŽ by the victory. The president called the violence on Wednesday unfortunateŽ and said the military was called in because vehicles were burned and lives were threatened. He said he will order an independent investigation by people of integrityŽ in Zimbabwe and abroad. Troops were no longer visible on the streets of Harare but water cannons and police remained present at the headquarters of the main opposition party a day after authorities raided it and made 18 arrests. Chamisa accused police of seeking what he called evidence of vote-rigging. The weeks events left many Zimbabweans with a sense of unease and questions about how different Mnangagwa is from Mugabe, who stepped down in November under military pressure amid a ruling party feud after 37 years in power. Mnangagwa has tried to recast himself as a voice of change, declaring that the once-prosperous Zimbabwe is open for businessŽ and inviting the Western election observers who for years had been banned by Mugabe.Zimbabwe opposition leader says vote was stolenBy CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA and FARAI MUTSAKAASSOCIATED PRESS BEIRUT „ For nearly three years, green buses have “led into Syrias Idlib province, bringing those evacuated from other opposition enclaves that fell to government forces „ thousands of defeated rebel “ghters, wanted activists and civilians who refused to go back under President Bashar Assads rule. They now face what is likely to be the last showdown between Assads forces and the opposition. Assad has vowed to retake the province, and pro-government media promise the mother of all battles.Ž If it comes to an all-out assault, it could bring a humanitarian crisis. Filled with displaced from elsewhere, the province in Syrias northwest corner is packed with some 3 million people, the most deeply irreconcilable with Assads government and including some of the worlds most radical militants. They have little option but to make a stand, with few good places to escape. Currently, all (opposition) from around Syria came to Idlib. The only solution is to “ght. There is no alternative,Ž said Firas Barakat, an Idlib resident. The 28-year old said that for years he has dedicated himself to civilian opposition activities, but now he must take up arms. The opposition capture of Idlib in 2015 signaled the low point for Assads government during the course of war that is now nearly 8 years old „ a time when rebels controlled large parts of two main Syrian cities, major highways, border crossings, dams and oil resources. Russian and Iranian backing enabled Assads military to claw back territory. Most recently, it scored a victory with heavy symbolic resonance in the south, recapturing Daraa, one of the “rst places to rise against Assads rule in 2011. Around a third of the country still remains out of government hands in the north and east, most of it held by U.S.-backed Kurdish-led forces that wrested it from the Islamic State group. But Idlib stands as the last signi“cant enclave of the armed opposition that rose up dedicated to ousting Assad. Squeezed, the opposition is desperate. But its forces are not small, and their territory is not tiny and sealed off as other opposition holdouts were. That portends a complex and dif“cult battle. The number of “ghters in Idlib is estimated at several tens of thousands, including thousands of battle-hardened militants from al-Qaida-linked groups and from Chinas Turkic-speaking Uighur minority.A last showdown looms over Syrian opposition strongholdBy SARAH EL DEEBASSOCIATED PRESS MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLDGreek minister resigns after criticism of wildfire responseATHENS, Greece (AP) „ Greeces public order minister resigned Friday over the deadly forest “re that killed at least 88 people in a seaside area near Athens last week, after spending days defending the way authorities had handled the disaster. A government statement said Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met with Nikos Toskas and accepted his resignation. In a tweet after the meeting, Tsipras thanked Toskas for his courageŽ in stepping down. I warmly thank (him) for the honesty and dedication he displayed during the discharge of his duties,Ž Tsipras added. Toskas „ and other government of“cials „ came under intense criticism from Greek opposition parties over authorities response to the devastating “re at the seaside resort of Mati, and for his assertion in a press conference that, despite considerable soul-searching, he had not discerned any major errors in how the emergency was handled.1 killed, 90 wounded by Israel in Hamas-led Gaza protestsGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) „ Gazas Hamas rulers led several thousand Palestinians in a protest along the frontier with Israel on Friday „ a show of presence by Hamas as Egyptian efforts intensify to broker a broad truce between the Islamic militant group and Israel. A 25-year-old Palestinian was killed and 90 were wounded by Israeli army “re, Gaza health of“cials said. It was the latest in a series of protests along Gazas perimeter fence with Israel, aimed in part at trying to break an 11-yearold border blockade. Israel and Egypt sealed Gaza in 2007, after Hamas overran the territory. Fridays protest was attended by several exiled Hamas leaders who had entered Gaza a day earlier for meetings of the groups decision-making political bureau. Rhino rams, pursues SUV at zoo park in central MexicoMEXICO CITY (AP) „ A rhinoceros chased and repeatedly rammed a small sport utility vehicle carrying visitors at a zoo park in central Mexico, according to a video posted by a man in a car just behind. Josue Fernando Gonzalez Aguilar was visiting the Africam Safari in the central state of Puebla on July 30 when he noticed the rhino trotting at a group of zebras. Families tour the park in their cars, while the animals roam freely. But then the rhino took an interest in a small black SUV, repeatedly ramming its bumpers and seemingly attacking the vehicles tires. The video shows the rhino following the SUV as it tries to escape, continuing to ram its back bumper.

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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/STOCKSALEXANDRIA, Va. „ One of Paul Manaforts tax preparers admitted Friday that she helped disguise $900,000 in foreign income as a loan in order to reduce the former Trump campaign chairmans tax burden. The testimony of tax preparer Cindy Laporta came as prosecutors from special counsel Robert Muellers of“ce focused on the heart of their “nancial fraud case against Manafort, with jurors hearing testimony that he in”ated his business income by millions of dollars and concealed foreign bank accounts he was using to buy luxury items and pay personal expenses. Manaforts defense has sought to blame any criminal conduct on his longtime deputy Rick Gates, while witnesses for the prosecution have testi“ed that Manafort was heavily involved in his own “nances and personally directed Gates actions. On Friday, Laporta acknowledged that she agreed under pressure from Gates during a conference call in September 2015 to alter a tax document for one of Manaforts businesses to show the $900,000 loan. When Laporta and a colleague provided an assessment of how much tax Manafort would owe, Gates responded that Manafort didnt have the money to pay it. After a back-and-forth discussion about how much income should be reclassi“ed as a loan to aid Manafort, they settled on $900,000, she testi“ed. The result, Laporta said, was an altered tax payment that Gates told her could be paid by Mr. Manafort.Ž Laporta, who testi“ed under a grant of immunity from prosecutors, said she knew what she did was not appropriate,Ž adding that you cant pick and choose whats a loan and whats income.Ž That testimony is important as prosecutors try to rebut defense arguments that Manafort cant be responsible for “nancial fraud because he left the details of his spending to others. Those others include Gates, who pleaded guilty earlier this year and is expected to testify soon as the governments star witness. Manafort faces charges of bank fraud and tax evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of his life. Its the “rst courtroom test of Muellers team, which is tasked with looking into Russias efforts to interfere with the 2016 U.S. election and whether the Trump presidential campaign colluded with the Kremlin to sway voters. In Fridays testimony, and throughout the trial thus far, neither Trump nor Russia has been discussed, as evidence has focused on Manaforts work as a consultant in the years before he joined Trumps campaign in the presidential year. While the question of collusion remains unanswered, Manaforts “nancial fraud trial has exposed the secretive world of foreign lobbying that made him rich. It has also revealed how, when income from his Ukrainian political consulting work dried up, he struggled to pay his bills and, prosecutors say, began obtaining bank loans under false pretenses.Tax preparer: Income was disguised to help ManafortBy MATTHEW BARAKAT and STEPHEN BRAUNASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK „ U.S. stocks rose Friday after the Labor Department said hiring remained solid in July and strong quarterly earnings continued to boost the market. U.S. employers added 157,000 jobs last month, fewer than analysts expected. But the Labor Department said more jobs were added in May and June than it previously reported. That made up for the shortfall in July. There was little reaction to Chinas threat to put tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. goods. Larger multinational companies climbed while smaller, U.S.-focused companies lagged the rest of the market. Thats the opposite of what generally happens when investors are worried about trade tensions. Bond prices edged higher, sending yields lower. Food companies and other big-dividend stocks rose. Brad McMillan, chief investment of“cer for Commonwealth Financial Network, said the data show the economy is likely to keep expanding, but its not heating up in a way that would push the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates more quickly. Thats exactly what the market wants to see,Ž he said. This report is right in the sweet spot.Ž The S&P 500 index rose 13.13 points, or 0.5 percent, to 2,840.35. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 136.42 points, or 0.5 percent, to 25,462.58. The Nasdaq composite rose 9.33 points, or 0.1 percent, to 7,812.01.US stocks rise as companies that pay big dividends surgeBy MARLEY JAYAP MARKETS WRITER MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE NATIONSeveral cities file lawsuit against Trump over ACABALTIMORE (AP) „ Several cities are suing President Donald Trumps administration in federal court for allegedly sabotaging the Affordable Care Act. The lawsuit was “led Thursday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore on behalf of Baltimore; Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Chicago. Residents of Charlottesville, Virginia, also are part of the lawsuit. Dr. Leana Wen, Baltimores health commissioner, says efforts to sabotage the ACA are directly increasing the number of uninsured and underinsured Baltimore residents. She says it will increase demand for services without additional resources. Baltimore City Solicitor Andre Davis says the city brought the lawsuit to safeguard the fundamental rights of Baltimore residents to health care by stopping the Trump administrations unlawful efforts to sabotage the Affordable Care Act.ŽLas Vegas gunman spent $1.5M, became distant before rampageLAS VEGAS (AP) „ In the months before unleashing a hail of bullets into a Las Vegas concert crowd, Stephen Paddock burned through more than $1.5 million, became obsessed with guns and increasingly unstable, and distanced himself from his girlfriend and family, according to an investigative report released Friday. With those revelations, police announced they were closing their 10-month investigation without a de“nitive answer for why Paddock, a highstakes gambler, amassed an arsenal of weapons and carried out the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. By all accounts, Stephen Paddock was an unremarkable man whose movements leading up to Oct. 1 didnt raise any suspicion,Ž Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said. An interview with his doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind, but no troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement.ŽPolice: Suspect in Bushs doctors death killed himselfHOUSTON (AP) „ A man accused of killing one of former President George H.W. Bushs doctors fatally shot himself during a confrontation with authorities in Houston on Friday morning, the citys police chief said. Joseph James Pappas, 62, was accused of shooting Dr. Mark Hausknecht on July 20, while the cardiologist rode his bike to work at Houston Methodist Hospital. Authorities have said Pappas might have been seeking revenge for his mother, who died on the doctors operating table more than 20 years ago, in April 1997. Authorities on Wednesday had announced Pappas as a suspect in the death, saying he should be considered armed, dangerous and possibly suicidal. Police found him Friday after a city worker reported seeing him.Jury tells pork giant to pay $473.5M in nuisance lawsuitRALEIGH, N.C. (AP) „ A federal jury decided Friday that the worlds largest pork producer should pay $473.5 million to neighbors of three North Carolina industrial-scale hog farms for unreasonable nuisances they suffered from odors, ”ies and rumbling trucks The jury found that Smith“eld Foods owes compensation to six neighbors who complained in their lawsuit that the company failed to stop the obnoxious, recurrent odors and other causes of nuisanceŽ resulting from closely packed hogs, which generate many times more sewage than entire towns.Ž The jury awarded $23.5 million in compensatory damages and $450 million in punitive damages, which will be reduced to a total of $94 million under limits in state law.

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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 industrials0.05% (wkly)s 4-wk. 4.11%s YTD 3.01%UNasdaq0.96% (wkly)s 4-wk. 1.61%s YTD 13.16%US&P 5000.76% (wkly)s 4-wk. 2.92%s YTD 6.24%US&P mid-cap1.26% (wkly)s 4-wk. 0.53%s YTD 5.23%URussell 200 0 0.60% (wkly)t 4-wk. -1.22%s YTD 8.98% 42.04 34.20 NewmtM .56 27 36.46 -.43 -2.8 171.50 144.70 NextEraEn 4.44 13 171.15 +4.17 +9.6 27 .76 22.44 NiSource s .78 33 26.59 +.62 +3.6 43.61 20.53 Nielsen plc 1.40f 13 21.99 -.37 -39.6 81.00 50.35 NikeB s .80 68 78.74 +1.85 +25.9 37 .76 22.99 NobleEngy .44 33 32.89 -2.34 +12.9 6.59 4.51 NokiaCp .19e ... 5.36 -.04 +15.0 6.07 1.82 NordicAm .23e dd 2.34 -.02 -4.9 172.81 111.44 NorflkSo 3.20f 26 171.62 +3.38 +18.4 3.80 .63 NthnO&G ... 46 3.69 +.44 +80.0 360.88 263.04 NorthropG 4.80f 31 297 .25 -4.40 -3.1 18.35 15.06 NwstBcsh .68 19 17 .93 +.05 +7 .2 69.50 51.50 NwstNG 1.88 dd 64.55 +.42 +8.2 94.19 72.30 Novartis 2.75e 16 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203.63 124.11 Wynn 3.00 41 149.19 -14.20 -11.5 52.22 41.51 XcelEngy 1.52 20 47 .18 +.59 -1.9 37 .42 23.52 Xerox rs 1.00 33 26.14 +.55 -10.3 78.02 60.12 Xilinx 1.44 36 71.87 -2.01 +6.6 17 .61 8.07 YRC Wwde ... dd 9.21 -.55 -36.0 3.80 2.40 Yamana g .02 dd 3.10 +.06 -0.6 39.00 27 .45 YorkWater .67 29 29.30 -1.80 -13.6 88.07 72.61 YumBrnds 1.44f 29 81.86 +2.95 +0.3 23.70 8.40 Zagg ... 15 14.70 -.65 -20.3 63.09 25.09 Zendesk ... dd 61.07 +3.02 +80.5 129.34 104.28 ZimmerBio .96 17 125.91 -.29 +4.3 91.80 59.50 Zoetis .50 42 91.63 +6.43 +27 .2 4.57 3.20 Zynga ... 67 3.99 -.06 -0.3 STOCKS LISTING CHANGE REQUESTS WELCOME!Mutual funds listings will run on Saturdays. 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The Sun /Saturday, August 4, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 5 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers It's estimated that 90 to 95 percent of cancers have their roots in environment and lifestyle; about 80 percent of people with diabetes are overweight or obese; more than 25 percent of deaths from heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke could be avoided; and between 33 to 90 percent of dementia is PREVENTABLE. Yet most people mosey along, thinking they can get away with being overweight, having prediabetes or diabetes, fueling cancer with sedentary behavior and continuing to inject toxins into their body through tobacco, highly processed meats and lots of ultra-processed foods. And lifestyle treatments „ reducing your exposure to toxins, mold or heavy metals „ have disappointing results at reversing dementia once it starts. So, start doing preventive stu today! It's time to: STOP. Take a break and take time to smell the healthy coee. Consider picking up healthy habits. LOOK. There are wonderful opportunities all around you. Seize a healthy lifestyle habit (or three). Discover how to move, destress, eat well and have a longer, healthier, happier life. LISTEN. We're oering you tips to launch you on the road to preventing disease. Food IS preventive medicine: KO cancer, dementia, diabetes and heart disease risks by dodging added sugars, sat and trans fats and any grain that isn't 100 percent whole. Ditch "snake oil foods" that make claims about how they'll make you sexier, stronger, more beautiful or more handsome; instead, chow down on 12 walnut halves and seven to nine servings of produce daily, use olive oil and eat 10 ounces of salmon or ocean trout weekly. A study in the journal Neurology found that eating a Mediterranean diet is associated with a larger brain volume, more gray and white matter and better communication between neurons. And a recent Harvard study says that one-third of premature deaths could be avoided by switching to a plant-based diet. Want some help guring out what to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Check out Dr. Mike's video tips on "How to Plan Healthier Family Meals," at https://bit.ly/2Jo2ms8. Develop devotion to motion: Make sure you get an additional 30 or more minutes of activity ve or more days a week. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that will reduce your risk for many cancers, heart disease, mental distress, diabetes and metabolic syndrome, plus provide weight control and strengthen bones and muscles. Exercise seven hours a week and you'll slash your risk of dying early by 50 percent compared with folks who get only 30 minutes or less of activity weekly. De-stress your distress: Find time to meditate, enjoy friends, sleep suciently, help others, and/ or do yoga. It'll lower your chronic stress response and dispel the harmful eects of too much cortisol pumping throughout your vascular system. A chronic stress response can suppress immune, digestive, sleep and reproductive systems, causing them to stop working normally. Over time it contributes to the development of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and other illnesses, as well as depression or anxiety. Sharecare.com's free app analyzes the stress in your voice, and Cleveland Clinic's Stress Free Now app for iOS oers stressbusting suggestions. Find your fun: One study found the more enjoyable activities a person participated in, the healthier and happier they were. Writing in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine researchers associated fun with lower blood pressure as well as reduced levels of total cortisol, smaller waist circumference and body mass index, less depression and better all-around physical function.DEAR ABBY: This is in response to "Crying Myself to Sleep" (June 2), who is having drastic mood swings, including crying, depression and anger. My doctors gured out my problem was caused by a hormonal imbalance. Since the body makes many dierent types of hormones, the doctors needed to nd out which one(s) were involved in the disturbance. Instead of going for psychological help rst, I suggest she go for physical testing. She should see her regular M.D., her gynecologist and an endocrinologist (a hormonal specialist) to discover exactly what's going on. If an imbalance isn't the cause, her doctor may suggest considering other options. If everything physical is ruled out, seek counseling. She should not give up on nding out the source of her problem. „ Been There And Now Doing Great DEAR BEEN THERE: I'm pleased you're doing well and thank you for sharing. Many readers oered theories about what may be causing "Crying's" mood swings, and they are worth considering. Read on: DEAR ABBY: As a psychiatrist, I've had patients with similar complaints. Before she pursues therapy, I would recommend keeping a calendar/journal for a few months to note when the episodes occur. While people tend to identify events as "random," I have had patients who, once they kept track, realized the episodes were always a few days before the onset of their period. It is always wise to rule out a physical explanation before devoting time and energy to a psychological one. „ Glen in Texas DEAR ABBY: My doctor recommended I keep a food and exercise diary along with documenting my mood swings. Before long "Crying" may see a connection to what she's eating/ not eating. Many young women starve themselves until late in the day and then eat junk food, which can play havoc on their emotional state. Lifestyle changes and clean eating can help. „ Melanie in Colorado Dear Heloise: A dog I follow on social media loves YOGURT; he laps it up as a snack „ so cute! But I worry: Is it OK for a dog to eat yogurt? „ Julie R., via email Hi, Julie! Small bites of yogurt occasionally should be OK for a dog, but there are a few potential minor problems with giving a dog yogurt. Dogs aren't good lactosedigesters. Yogurt doesn't have as much lactose (milk sugar) as milk does, but lactose can cause diarrhea and vomiting. Another issue: sweeteners. A lot of sugar is not good for anybody's diet, and articial sweeteners may be toxic to dogs. One more consideration: Yogurt with pieces of fruit could be a choking hazard. Check with your veterinarian about giving dogs yogurt. A taste of yogurt should be OK for a treat! „ Heloise An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of treatment Hormonal imbalance may be cause of mood swings Can you give dogs yogurt?Hints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

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Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). Its the perfect time to streamline. Cut out the unnecessary to make room for new energy to drop in. This applies across the board, from closets to relationships to work. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Instead of seeing the world as good or bad, acceptable or not, try seeing it as for meŽ or not for me.Ž This leads to your own enjoyment or movement. It also leads to peace. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). This isnt always going to be who you are. An exciting transformation is underway. Even as you do what it takes to make your current life work, you are thinking of your next move. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Ask for feedback, and encourage honesty. This means you have to be tough enough to take it and be demonstrably grateful for it, too. If you can achieve this, youll learn just what you need to know to take it to the next level. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Thats not for meŽ: Often you can condently say this just from looking at whatever thatŽ is. But today youll come across possibilities that fall into a gray area. As long as they are not too expensive, be daring. You have to try new things to nd your next favorite. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Imagine your dream partner telling you, If you were mine, I would...Ž and then ll in the blank. Now do that thing for yourself. Its what you really deserve. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). An exciting turn of events is in the works, but this only benets you if you are exible enough to steer into the turn. It will require a fast decision and then the condence to fully commit. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You may receive a compliment or two along with some validating signals that youre on the right track. Do not relax. Avoid the temptation to bask in your glory. Stay focused on improving. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). If you share a home with others, chances are you do not all require and enjoy the same food. Focus on your part of it. And whatever your living situation, its time to hone your diet without regard to outside inuence. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Choosing whom to reach out to and possibly befriend is a crucial decision that will aect you for years to come. Ask yourself, Is this someone I would like to be like?Ž AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). People have trusted you with the kind of information that, if leaked, could sink them. You may be tempted to say what you really should not. It would hurt less to slip with your feet than your mouth. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). For those who can tell the dierence between the issues and the nonissues, this will be a pleasant day. Happiness is focusing on what can and/or must be changed and leaving the rest alone. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (Aug. 4). The people you nd interesting also want to be around you. There will be a lot of laughing with friends. Youll share a responsibility and watch how it brings out the best in everyone. Also, when it doesnt, youll jump at the chance to help one another. What make this solar return great are the bonds you share. Capricorn and Scorpio adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 6, 40, 22, 11 and 39. 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

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Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 FROM PAGE ONEMALDEN, Mass. (AP) „ A 1-year-old motorist has been pulled over for driving without a license „ but he got off with a cuteness warning.Ž Police in the Boston suburb of Malden say they staged the traffic stop Tuesday afternoon after spotting Grayson Salerno driving a red toy Mercedes convertible along a sidewalk. An officer pulled his cruiser behind Grayson, switched on the blue flashing lights and pretended to write a ticket. Photos and video of the incident have been widely shared on social media. Graysons mother, Cori Salerno, says shes tickled the mock misdemeanor has made so many people smile. Its doubtful the young offender understands the charge. He was wearing a T-shirt with the inscription: I have literally no idea what you are saying.ŽODD NEWS 1-year-old pulled over, given cuteness warning AP PHOTOIn this Tuesday photo, Grayson Salerno, 1, is pulled over for driving without a license, but he got o with a cuteness warningŽ in Malden, Massachusetts. ALMANACToday is Saturday, Aug. 4 the 216th day of 2018. There are 149days left in the year. Today in historyOn August 4, 1944 15-year-old diarist Anne Frank was arrested with her sister, parents and four others by the Gestapo after hiding for two years inside a building in Amsterdam. On this dateIn 1735 a jury found John Peter Zenger of the New York Weekly Journal not guilty of committing seditious libel against the colonial governor of New York, William Cosby. In 1790 the U.S. Coast Guard had its beginnings as President George Washington signed a measure authorizing a group of revenue cutters to enforce tariff and trade laws and prevent smuggling. In 1914 Britain declared war on Germany for invading Belgium; the United States proclaimed its neutrality in the mushrooming world conflict. In 1936 Jesse Owens of the U.S. won the second of his four gold medals at the Berlin Olympics as he prevailed in the long jump over German Luz Long, who was the first to congratulate him. In 1993 a federal judge sentenced Los Angeles police officers Stacey Koon and Laurence Powell to 2 years in prison for violating Rodney Kings civil rights. Todays birthdaysActress-singer Tina Cole is 75. Actor-comedian Richard Belzer is 74. Football Hall of Famer John Riggins is 69. Actor-screenwriter Billy Bob Thornton is 63. Former President Barack Obama is 57. Actress Crystal Chappell is 53. Rock musician Rob Cieka (Boo Radleys) is 50. Actor Daniel Dae Kim is 50. Race car driver Jeff Gordon is 47. Britains Duchess of Sussex, the former actress Meghan Markle is 37. Actress Abigail Spencer is 37. Actress Greta Gerwig is 35. Bible verseAnd he said unto them, `How is it that ye sought me? Wist ye not that I must be about my Fathers business? „ Luke 2:49 Be careful not to let the Fathers business go down. Keep it going. Invest as much of yourself as you can, while you can. It will give you a good life and great living and the best is yet to be! called her situation disgraceful. Were not going to give up,Ž he told her with a hug at the airport. Its an absolute disgrace by the Trump administration to be deporting a patriotic spouse,Ž Soto said. Her husband, Temo, served in the Marines ... while she was at home on the home-front, raising two young women. What justice does this serve?Ž Alejandra ultimately decided to self-deportŽ to Mexico, rather than turn herself in to be detained and then deported. After 20 years in the United States, she no longer has family or friends in the country, so she chose Merida, a city in the Yucatan where a small community of deported military spouses might help her. Emotionally spent, she wiped her own tears behind sunglasses and stroked Pamelas hair while gripping Estela, who stood by her side. Temo said he preferred not to talk before they were all escorted through security for their “nal goodbyes. A reporter asked what she would say to the president. Alejandra said shed ask how Trump could let this happen, since he always says he loves the military and hes doing everything for the military.Ž My husband fought for this country three times. The administration, yourself, you think you are punishing me. Youre not just punishing me,Ž she said, referring to her family. I hope this make him happy. Perhaps we will forgive him.ŽMARINEFROM PAGE 1 Capitol Hill including Sen. James Inhofe, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee who opposes a separate Space Force but is open to creating a Space Command. The command would coordinate the use of space forces of existing services, such as those that operate military satellites, but would not be a separate service. Mattiss chief spokeswoman, Dana W. White, said Friday he believes that consolidating space functions will ensure we move at the speed of relevancy. Space is a joint war“ghting domain that the U.S. must dominate.Ž Trump mentioned as recently as Tuesday that he had ordered the Pentagon to begin the process of creating a Space Force as a new branch of the military, but he did not repeat the phrase he used in June „ a separate but equalŽ service. That may open the possibility of the Pentagon proposing to establish a cadre of space experts that would be part of a space corpsŽ attached to the Air Force rather than as a separate service. Trumps focus on this has generated an unusual level of talk about space, but with little clarity. At the moment, there is no concrete proposal on the table for what a Space Force will look like or what it will do,Ž said Brian Weeden, an Air Force veteran who is director of program planning at the Secure World Foundation, which promotes peaceful uses of outer space. Its just sort of a notional concept.Ž Weeden points out that creating a new service would not address what is generally seen as a need for a more coherent force to defend U.S. interests in space, since by law a service recruits, trains and equips troops but does not do combat. That is why a Space Command is being considered, since it would be the combat arm for space much as Central Command is the organization responsible for combat operations in the Middle East. Aside from the organizational issues, the Pentagons role in space is under scrutiny because of a recognition that the United States is increasingly reliant on satellites that are dif“cult to protect in space. Satellites provide communications, navigation, intelligence and other services vital to the military and the economy. Whereas space has long been Americas technological edge, it is increasingly seen as its Achilles heel.SPACEFROM PAGE 1the U.S. „ only to be separated from her at the border, reunited and deported home. Sitting at an immigration facility in Guatemala City, he said they came for work. I needed to try to make a better life for my family „ I wanted them to have what I could not give them here,Ž he said. There are many, many jobs in the States.Ž Frandy Frauville, 35, joined a wave of Haitians who came to Tijuana, Mexico, from Brazil starting in 2016. Brazil welcomed Haitians after Haitis 2010 earthquake. But Frauville grew tired of factory jobs in Mexico that barely allowed him to cover rent and food, and, lured by the prospects of better work and joining family near Miami, he lined up with his 5-yearold daughter at a border crossing. Ill take whatever I can get,Ž he said. And Rolando Antonio Bueso Castillo, who was separated from his infant Johan, was making only $10 a day driving a bus in Honduras. He was captured and quickly deported while his baby remained behind for “ve months. He said he made the dif“cult journey because his brother had secured him a job in Maryland. Someday, he said, his son will ask what happened, and why he had left him in the United States. Ill tell him the truth,Ž he said. We thought we had a good plan to give him a better life.Ž Many economists say immigration is actually good for the economy and migrants provide complementary work to the jobs Americans do. Despite Trumps push, some business owners say they just cant get Americans to “ll the jobs.BOOMFROM PAGE 1The highest penalties on the new list would be imposed on honey, vegetables, mushrooms and chemicals, targeting farming and mining areas that supported President Donald Trump in the 2016 election. The new list includes products as varied as snow blowers and 3-D printers, suggesting Chinese authorities are struggling to “nd enough imports their own economy can do without. Beijings earlier round of tariffs appeared designed to minimize the impact on the Chinese economy by targeting soybeans, whiskey and other goods available from Brazil, Australia and other suppliers. Trump initially proposed 10 percent tariffs on an additional $200 billion of Chinese imports, but he told trade of“cials this week to consider raising that to 25 percent. It will be September at the earliest before the U.S. decides whether to impose those tariffs. Chinese authorities warned earlier that if the dispute escalated, they would adopt unspeci“ed comprehensive measures.Ž That prompted concern among American companies that retaliation might expand to disrupting their operations in China. The United States and China have the worlds biggest trading relationship but of“cial ties are increasingly strained over complaints that Beijings technology development tactics hurt American companies. Trumps tariffs target goods the White House says bene“t from industrial policies such as Made in China 2025,Ž which calls for developing Chinese competitors in robotic, arti“cial intelligence and other “elds. The dispute is part of broader U.S. complaints about global trading conditions that have prompted Trump to raise duties on steel, aluminum, washing machines or solar panels from Canada, Europe, Japan and South Korea. A spokesman for Chinas foreign ministry appealed to Washington to negotiate but could not con“rm reports the two sides were setting up talks.TARIFFFROM PAGE 1SAN DIEGO „ A federal judge on Friday said the Trump administration was solely responsible for reuniting hundreds of children who remain separated from the parents after being split at the U.S.-Mexico border, puncturing a government plan that put the onus on the American Civil Liberties Union. The reality is that for every parent that is not located, there will be a permanently orphaned child and that is 100 percent the responsibility of the administration,Ž U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw said. His remarks in a conference call came a day after the administration and the American Civil Liberties Union submitted widely divergent plans on how to reunify more than 500 still-separated children, including 410 with parents outside the United States. The government proposed Thursday that the ACLU, which represents parents, use its considerable resourcesŽ to “nd parents in their home countries, predominantly Guatemala and Honduras. The Justice Department said in a court “ling that the State Department has begun talks with foreign governments on how the administration may be able to aid the effort. Sabraw said he was disappointed with the court “ling in the respect that theres not a plan that has been proposed.Ž He said he would order the government to name someone to lead the effort. This is going to be a signi“cant undertaking, and its clear that there has to be one person in charge,Ž he said. Left unresolved Friday was a temporary halt on deporting reuni“ed families that Sabraw imposed on July 16 to allow time to address another dispute. The ACLU has asked that families have at least a week to decide if they want to seek asylum after they are reunited with their children, a step that the administration opposes. Sabraw said he wanted to wait to see how a federal judge in Washington, D. C., rules on a lawsuit that also seeks a temporary halt on deportations. If that judge transfers the case to San Diego, Sabraw said he planned to convene a hearing next week for oral arguments. In late June, Sabraw ordered that more than 2,500 children rejoin their parents by July 26. Hundreds remain apart, however, mainly because their many of those parents are outside the country.Judge says reuniting families is governments sole burdenBy ELLIOT SPAGATASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ After weeks of refusing to meet with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Democrats in the Senate plan to begin meeting with him when they start returning to Washington in mid-August, a senior Democratic aide said Friday. The aide said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee tasked with holding hearings for Kavanaugh, will be among those meeting with him. Only one Democratic senator, Joe Manchin of West Virginia, has met with Kavanaugh as lawmakers sparred over access to records from the nominees time as White House staff secretary under President George W. Bush. Kavanaughs lengthy public record has emerged as a key battleground as senators scrutinize the 53-year-old appellate judge, a conservative whose views on gay marriage, abortion and executive power could move the court rightward for a generation. The National Archives and Records Administration is compiling records from Kavanaughs time in the White House counsels of“ce. But leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee are at odds over what records should be turned over from Kavanaughs time as Bushs staff secretary. A senior Democratic aide said the senators will demand the records in dispute from Kavanaugh directly and question him about their contents during their meetings with him. The aide said Democrats also intend to demand that Kavanaugh call for and support the release of all of his “les from his time in the White House, and to urge the National Archives and former President Bush to adhere to the same standard used in Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagans con“rmation. The aide spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak freely on strategy. Republicans have fought the release of all the Bush-era staff secretary documents saying there are plenty of other “les on his record. Already the committee is poised to release more than 125,000 pages from Kavanaughs time in the White House counsels of“ce during the Bush years, and on Friday it requested another 20,000 from his time on the Kenneth Starr team investigating President Bill Clinton. Earlier, some 17,000 pages were released from his questionnaire as well as more from his 300plus cases as an appellate judge.Democrats to begin meeting with KavanaughBy KEVIN FREKINGASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOSupreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh meets with Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., on Capitol Hill in Washington on Wednesday.

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Saturday, August 4, 2018 SPORTS www.yoursun.com www.Facebook.com/SuncoastSports € @SunCoastSportsINDEX | Lottery 2 | TV Listings 2 | Tampa Bay Rays 2 | Stone Crabs 2 | Pro Football 3 | Pro Baseball 4 | Scoreboard 5 | Auto Racing 6 | WNBA 6 | Golf 6TAMPA BAY RAYSNew out“ elder Pham out with fractured footTAMPA BAY TIMESRays head athletic trainer Joe Benge, center, checks on Tommy Phams foot after he was hit by a pitch as manager Kevin Cash looks on against the Angels on Thursday. BY MARC TOPKINTampa Bay TimesRays OF Tommy Pham, acquired Tuesday from St. Louis, will be sidelined likely into September with a fractured right foot. Pham was hit by a pitch in his fourth inning at-bat on Thursday, his second game with the Rays. He stayed in, and ended up scoring on a wild pitch, but left the game in the seventh. The Rays said after the game x-rays were negative, that Pham sustained only a bruise and could play today. But further testing Friday showed the fracture, and he seems likely to be sidelined for close to a month. The Rays initial move was to add an arm to the bullpen, calling up LHP Adam Kolarek. Phams injury could accelerate plans to promote OF Austin Meadows, who was acquired from the Pirates as part of the Chris Archer deal and initially assigned to Triple-A Durham. The Rays acquired Pham for three prospects … OF Justin Williams, LHP Genesis Cabrera and RHP Roel Ramirez.TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERSIs Winston throwing better than ever?BY RICK STROUDTampa Bay TimesTAMPA „ Jameis Winston cant be happy about this. He has no one to blame but himself, but splitting reps with the first, second and third-team offense is not the way a fourth-year NFL franchise quarterback is asked to prepare for the season. And yet, with a three-game suspension looming, thats what Winston has been directed to do every day during training camp. Coach Dirk Koetter offered Winston a way to see this virtual demotion as an opportunity. I think its probably a little frustrating for Jameis to not always be going with the top guys,Ž Koetter said Friday. But what Ive talked to him about is I think the best quarterbacks in this league make anybody theyre playing with better. Theres no better example of that than Tom Brady. For years, its not like hes always had an all-star cast of receivers but he makes them look pretty good.Ž On Friday, no Bucs quarterback was particularly sharp throwing the football. Not Ryan Fitzpatrick, not Ryan Griffin and certainly not Winston. It was not a sharp day,Ž Koetter said, who usually defaults to saying both sides made good plays. It was not a sharp day for the offense in general. We say training camp is 50-50. Today it was 10-90 for the defense. Not a good day for the offense today.TAMPA BAY TIMESJameis Winston (3) calls a play at Bucs practice Friday in Tampa. League announces Pro Bowl headed to Orlando in 2019BY GREG AUMANTampa Bay TimesThe Pro Bowl is heading back to Orlando for a third year, as the NFL announced Friday that the postseason game will be played Jan. 27 at 3 p.m. at Camping World Stadium. The Bucs have sent two players in each of the two years the game has been played, with DT Gerald McCoy and WR Mike Evans after the 2016 season, and McCoy and LB Kwon Alexander after this past season. Were excited to return to Orlando for the Pro Bowl, and to provide the ultimate football and family experience to our fans, players and partners,Ž said NFL senior vice president of events Peter OReilly in a statement. NFLTAMPA BAY TIMESBucs WR Mike Evans, who made the Pro Bowl in Orlando two years ago, will have a chance to do so again in January. BY DAN GELSTONAssociated PressATLANTIC CITY, N.J. „ There was a moment of time when Atlantic City evoked images of Tyson and Gatti as much as tables and gamblers. Donald Trump and Don King dominated the fight game as much as any heavyweight contenders. And when the next pay-per-view blockbuster bout was up for bid, AC always had a seat at the table. When I came up, Atlantic City was almost the Vegas of the East,Ž former four-division champion Roy Jones Jr. said. It was the only place that had casinos, and the only place that had the casino feel. When you got to Atlantic City to fight, you feel like you pretty much made it. I got here my second fight, and I dished out a lot of punishment along this boardwalk.Ž As casinos withered in the middle of the decade, so did interest in hosting boxing cards. Boxing went bust and new players „ like Brooklyns Barclays Center „ emerged as destination sites for championship fights. But Saturday night, promoters and fighters hope for a revival on the boardwalk. Sergey Kovalev defends his share of the light heavyweight championship against Eleider Alvarez in the main event of a card televised on HBO from the new Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Kovalev defeated Bernard Hopkins in a championship bout on the last major card in Atlantic City on Nov. 8, 2014. BOXINGAtlantic City ready to roll dice again on boxing SEE BOXING, 3 SEE WINSTON, 3 SEE PRO BOWL, 3 LATEST FACILITIES CRAZE: FOOTBALL-ONLY BUILDINGSUniversities are spending millions on complexes designed to lure recruits in a nationwide arms race. Page 6BY DOUG FERGUSONAssociated PressAKRON, Ohio „ Nobody has a better scoring average Saturday on the PGA Tour than Tiger Woods, and the Bridgestone Invitational would be a good time to keep that up. Woods might not have a choice. Neither will Rory McIlroy, Jason Day or anyone else wanting to keep pace. Tommy Fleetwood took advantage of another soft day of good scoring at Firestone with a 7-under 63. So did PGA champion Justin Thomas, who was particularly sharp with his putter for a 64. They shared the lead with Ian Poulter, who had a head start with his career-low 62 and backed it up decently enough Friday with a 67. They all played early and finished at 11-under 129. No one could catch them, mainly because there was just enough breeze to cause just enough doubt. Even so, 45 players from the 71-man field were under par, a rarity at Firestone. Woods, whose last victory was five years ago when he won this World Golf Championship for a record eighth time, got within four shots of the lead with a tee shot to 2 feet on the par-3 12th hole. GOLF BRIDGESTONE INVITATIONALThomas, Fleetwood, Poulter share leadAP PHOTOSJustin Thomas watches his tee shot on the 15th hole during the second round of the Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club on Friday in Akron, Ohio. Ian Poulter, from England, watches his tee shot on the second hole during the second round of the Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club on Friday SEE GOLF, 3

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BASEBALL 8 p.m. ESPN2 „ Senior League World Series, championship game, at Easley, S.C. BOXING 5:30 p.m. FS2 „ Premier Champions, Marcus Browne vs. Lenin Castillo, light heavyweights, at Uniondale, N.Y. 7:30 p.m. FOX „ Premier Champions, Devon Alexander vs. Andre Berto, welterweights; Peter Quillin vs. JLeon Love, super middleweights, at Uniondale, N.Y. 10 p.m. HBO „ Sergey Kovalev vs. Eleider Alvarez, for Kovalevs WBO light heavyweight title; Dmitry Bivol vs. Isaac Chilemba, for Bivols WBA light heavyweight title, at Atlantic City, N.J. DRAG RACING 10 p.m. FS1 „ NHRA, Northwest Nationals, qualifying, at Seattle (same-day tape) GOLF 7 a.m. GOLF „ Ricoh Womens British Open, third round, at Lytham, England 11 a.m. NBC „ Ricoh Womens British Open, third round, at Lytham, England Noon GOLF „ PGA Tour & WGC, Bridgestone Invitational, third round, at Akron, Ohio 2 p.m. CBS „ PGA Tour & WGC, Bridgestone Invitational, third round, at Akron, Ohio GOLF „ European PGA Tour, Fiji International, third round, at Natadola, Fiji (same-day tape) 4 p.m. GOLF „ Champions Tour, 3M Championship, second round, at Blaine, Minn. 6 p.m. GOLF „ PGA Tour, Barracuda Championship, third round, at Reno, Nev. MLB BASEBALL 2 p.m. MLB „ San Diego at Chicago Cubs 4 p.m. FS1 „ N.Y. Yankees at Boston 7 p.m. FS1 „ L.A. Angels at Cleveland 10 p.m. MLB „ Regional coverage, Houston at L.A. Dodgers OR Detroit at Oakland (games joined in progress) MIXED MARTIAL ARTS 8 p.m. FX UFC 227, prelims, at Los Angeles NBA BASKETBALL 11 a.m. ESPN2 „ NBA Africa Game 2018, Team Africa vs. Team World, at Pretoria, South Africa. NFL FOOTBALL 7 p.m. ESPN & NFL „ Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony, at Canton, Ohio SOCCER 2 p.m. ESPN „ International Champions Cup, Internazionale vs. Olympique Lyonnais, at Lecce, Italy 4 p.m. ESPN „ MLS, Toronto at Atlanta United 6 p.m. ESPN2 „ International Champions Cup, Real Madrid vs. Juventus, at Landover, Md. 8 p.m. ESPNEWS „ International Champions Cup, AC Milan vs. Barcelona, at Santa Clara, Calif. 10 p.m. FS2 „ Liga MX, Primera Division, Monterrey vs. Queretaro TENNIS 4 p.m. ESPN2 „ WTA Tour & U.S. Open Series, Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, “ rst semi“ nal, at San Jose, Calif. 10 p.m. ESPN2 „ WTA Tour & U.S. Open Series, Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, second semi“ nal, at San Jose, Calif. SPORTS ON TVDUNEDIN 9, CHARLOTTE 0Stone Crabs hit a wall in Dunedin as streak endsStaff reportsThe high of riding a seven-game win streak crashed with a resounding thud after Charlotte was shutout by Dunedin 9-0 on the road Friday. Despite having Ken Rosenberg on the mound, who has excelled with a 9-1 record prior to Friday, the Stone Crabs (58-48) couldnt quell the Dunedin (58-51) bats. Rosenberg pitched 5 ‡ innings, allowing five earned runs on six hits with two strikeouts. It wasnt a washout the whole game, though. Charlotte held Dunedin at bay for three innings before the Blue Jays awoke. The fourth inning was kicked off with a double to center field from Alberto Mineo to score Riley Adams. Ivan Castillo followed suit with an RBI-triple to make it 2-0. Dunedins Logan Warmoth added a run in the fifth on a sacrifice-bunt. From there the flood gates burst and the Blue Jays piled on seven runs in the sixth and seventh innings. Nash Knight kept the scoring going with an RBI-single to right field. Castillo then scored later in the inning on a fielding error by second baseman Tristan Gray and Knight made it 6-0 after Joshua Palacios was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. Warmoth closed the inning with a ground ball single to score David Jacob. In the seventh, Dunedin put the nail in the already lifeless Stone Crabs with an RBI single and a bases loaded walk. The Stone Crabs, who amassed just two hits, failed to figure out Dunedin pitcher Zach Logue who pitched six scoreless innings and struck out eight batters. BY PAT GRAHAMAssociated PressDENVER „ To summon a recent reliever, Cubs manager Joe Maddon didnt even need to signal his bullpen. He just pointed toward his first baseman. Now pitching: Anthony Rizzo Thats no sort of curveball, either. In an increasing trend this season, position players are making more appearances on the mound to save wear and tear on the bullpen in games that have spiraled out of hand or as a last resort. Through Thursday, there have been 49 appearances by 39 nonpitchers (not counting two-way player Shohei Ohtani ). Both figures are major-league highs for the expansion era starting in 1961, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Its just cool to be up there and get to do something that you dont get to do,Ž said Pirates shortstop Jordy Mercer, who was a closer and infielder at Oklahoma State but has never pitched in the majors despite his best lobbying efforts. You have the ball in your hands nonstop.Ž Rizzo pleaded for a while to get into a game. His chance arrived on July 23 with the Cubs trailing 7-1 to Arizona and two outs in the ninth. Maddon sauntered out and tossed Rizzo a different glove „ a non-first basemans mitt „ before inserting him. The fans at Wrigley Field cheered as Rizzos walk-up music „ normally reserved for when he steps into the batters box „ blared during his warmup pitches. One batter, two slidersŽ „ thats how they were listed „ and a fly out later, Rizzo now boasts a career ERA of 0.00. He got his shot. I dont want to hear it again,Ž Maddon cracked. Rizzos far from alone in getting his break on the mound. A quick sample: € San Francisco third baseman Pablo Sandoval threw 11 pitches for a clean inning on April 28 against the Dodgers. € The Diamondbacks used two position players in one game with infielder Daniel Descalso and catcher Alex Avila throwing on July 11 in a 19-2 loss at Colorado. € The Cubs have utilized five position players on the mound this season. In addition to Rizzo, theyve inserted Victor Caratini, Chris Gimenez, Ian Happ and Tommy La Stella Theyve used multiple position players to throw in the same game twice. € Using a short-armed delivery, New York Mets infielder Jose Reyes made his major league mound debut in a 25-4 loss to Washington on Tuesday. He threw 48 pitches in one inning and allowed six runs. € Now this was a high stress situation: Dodgers utility player Enrique Hernandez was called upon to pitch the 16th inning in Philadelphia on July 24 and surrendered a walk-off homer to Trevor Plouffe on an 84 mph pitch. Anything to pitch in. Its like riding a bike,Ž Avila said after tossing two scoreless innings. I wasnt trying to do anything special, just made sure I tried to throw strikes and thats really it.Ž One things for sure: No batter wants to get an out because of a position player turned momentary reliever. But its challenging to go up there and face someone who throws at unorthodox speeds, such as a 62 mph slider (Rizzo) or a 69 mph curveball (Tampa Bay infielder Daniel Robertson on April 7 at Boston) or an 85 mph four-seam fastball (Minnesota infielder Willians Astudillo on July 14 against Tampa Bay). Youre a hitter: Youre supposed to get a hit against him,Ž Hernandez said. Its a little hard when the pitchers throwing under the hitting zone. Its never fun. Unless you hit a homer.Ž Bullpen sessions for position players are usually just playing catch before batting practice „ showing off that wicked curve to a teammate or a dancing knuckleball. A windup? Thats usually on the fly „ maybe a carry-over from high school days. Some of them can throw from the stretch,Ž Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said. A couple of them have slide steps.Ž And some position players are off limits to send to the mound, given the potential risk of an arm injury. Jose Canseco remains a cautionary tale. The Texas Rangers outfielder pitched at Boston on May 29, 1993, only to complain of arm soreness. He later underwent surgery on his right elbow. I think a particular 39-year-old infielder (Chase Utley) is probably off limits,Ž Dodgers manager Dave Roberts joked. Everyone is different. You kind of want to protect guys.Ž The funny thing is many players lobby to pitch „ until the opportunity actually arises. Everybody chirps about the ability and then Ive actually gone to a couple of them like, OK. And all of a sudden their mouth gets dry and they cant spit,Ž Hurdle said. Theyre like, Well, I need to work on it. Well, a week ago you didnt.Ž Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell has his No. 1 position-player reliever all lined up „ infielder Hernan Perez Next up: Erik Kratz. They both got into the game Thursday night in a 21-5 loss to the Dodgers. Perez surrendered five runs in an inning of work, while Kratz tossed a clean frame. Counsell has a simple reason for the upswing in non-pitchers taking the mound with such frequency „ bullpen preservation. You have to live to fight the next day. You really do,Ž Counsell said. When were making the decision, thats what its about.Ž MLBPitching in: Position players take mound in record frequenc y AP PHOTOChicago Cubs Anthony Rizzo th rows his first ever major league pitch in relief during the ninth inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Chicago on July 23. BY MARK DIDTLERAssociated PressST. PETERSBURG „ Yoan Moncada hit a goahead double in the 10th inning, lifting the Chicago White Sox over the Tampa Bay Rays 3-2 on Friday night. Nicky Delmonico had a two-out double in the 10th off Jose Alvarado (1-4) and was replaced by pinch-runner Adam Engel. Tim Anderson was intentionally walked, and Moncada hit a liner over left fielder Jake Bauers. Tyler Danish (1-0) struck out Jesus Sucre with two on and two outs in the ninth, and Hector Santiago got his first save since 2012. He walked Mallex Smith leading off the bottom half of the 10th, Kevin Kiermaier popped up a bunt and Matt Duffy grounded into a double play. Jose Abreu homered for the White Sox, who won for the ninth time in 24 games and are just 39-70. Tampa Bay is 20-5 at home since June 11. Lucas Giolito allowed one run and two hits in seven-plus innings, holding Tampa Bay hitless until Kiermaier singled starting the fourth. Abreus 18th homer, a two-run drive in the sixth off Jaime Schultz, gave the White Sox a 2-0 lead. Abreu has eight homers and 28 RBIs in 28 games against Tampa Bay. David Robertson doubled leading off the eighth for the Rays second hit and scored when Joey Wendle singled off Jace Fry. Wendle stole second, advanced on a wild pitch and scored on Mallex Smiths bunt single against Juan Minaya. Robertson sprained his left thumb on his slide at second and was replaced at shortstop in the ninth by Willy Adames.HAPPY HISTORYTampa Bay is honoring its 2008 AL championship team this weekend. The Rays lost their first „ and thus far only „ World Series in five games to Philadelphia. 2B Aki Iwamura kept the ball from the forceout he recorded in the AL Championship Series Game 7 win over Boston. Thats the year that changed my life and career,Ž Iwamura said through a translator. Current Rays manager Kevin Cash was with the Red Sox in 2008. They shocked baseball,Ž Cash said.TRAINERS ROOMWhite Sox: C Kevan Smith was placed on the paternity list. ... RHP Nate Jones (right arm muscle strain) played catch for the second straight day. Rays: OF Tommy Pham (broken right foot) went on the 10-day DL. He hopes to be back in two to four weeks.UP NEXTRays LHP Blake Snell (12-5), out since the All-Star Game on July 17 with left shoulder fatigue, returns Saturday night to face the White Sox and LHP Carlos Rodon (3-3). CHICAGO 3, TAMPA BAY 2Moncadas double in 10th lifts White Sox over Rays

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The defense made some nice plays and the offense had a hard time maintaining any rhythm all day.Ž Despite all that, its obvious to Koetter that Winston has may have never thrown the football better in Tampa Bay than he is right now. For one thing, hes healthy. Gone is the lingering right shoulder sprain that forced him to miss three games and play hurt in three others. Winstons arm strength looks much improved as evidenced by the flight of the football. Just strictly as far as throwing the football, Jameis is really throwing the football well,Ž Koetter said. I mean, if you watched Jameis in the individual periods, his arm and his shoulder are the best theyve been in quite a while. I mean, hes really finishing his throws. Balls are turning over. And that nose comes over and the ball doesnt kind of flutter at the end. 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Florida Closed for Golf Course Renovations through October 1st Call for Tee TimesBY BARRY WILNERAssociated PressCANTON, Ohio „ Joining the most exclusive club in football truly hit home Friday for the Pro Football Hall of Fames class of 2018. Well, maybe not for the one guy missing, but certainly for Ray Lewis, Randy Moss, Brian Urlacher, Brian Dawkins, Robert Brazile, Jerry Kramer and Bobby Beathard. While Terrell Owens was in Chattanooga planning his own ceremony the other seven men who will be inducted into the football shrine Saturday night attended the Gold Jacket Luncheon in Canton. Their takeaway was tinged with awe. Ive never experienced anything like it in my life,Ž said Lewis, like Moss and Urlacher a Hall of Famer in his first year of eligibility. There was so much love and respect in that room. Ive never experienced this level of greatness, this level of respect.Ž The luncheon isnt at all about food and drink. Its about a kinship, a fraternity of the very best at what they did as athletes. So when the likes of Joe Greene, Dick Butkus and Willie Lanier told their stories to the three linebackers in this years class, Lewis, Urlacher and Brazile were spellbound. The stories and the brotherhood, I didnt realize what I was getting into,Ž Urlacher said, shaking his head while smiling. To hear the stories of what theyd gone through ... .Ž Of course, Kramer went through more than three decades of waiting to get in. The Packers guard became eligible in 1974 and wound up being voted into the hall as a senior candidate. Brazile also went the senior route after becoming eligible in 1990. Beathard made it in the contributors category and has been retired from NFL team front offices since 2000. Much of the attention at a news conference Friday was paid to the four youngest men in this class; Dawkins got in on his second try. Each of them was stoked by being part of the luncheon gathering. And they spoke about the guys they idolized. Ronnie Lott is the first guy I wanted to be like, I looked up to that cat for much and modeled my game after him,Ž said Dawkins, who probably was a harder hitter than Lott, though few defensive backs approached Lotts coverage skills. He would challenge his teammates to do more, challenge himself to do more. He was a game changer in a game-changing league.Ž Urlacher pointed to Butkus, considered by many the greatest middle linebacker in NFL history, and Mike Singletary, his Hall of Fame predecessors for the Bears. But because Urlacher played safety at New Mexico „ and often outran every teammate, regardless of position „ his hero, like Dawkins, was a DB. Darren Woodson,Ž Urlacher said. I was a safety in college and a huge Cowboys fan and he was the guy I wanted to be like when I grew up.Ž Urlacher has an edge on Woodson, who hasnt yet made it into the hall. Moss mentioned being thrilled to chat with former teammate Chris Doleman, who was inducted in 2012. These guys set the foundation and we respect these guys who paved the way,Ž Moss said. It was great to be in there and hear a lot about it. You walk out of that room and say, I am glad to be part of this fraternity.Ž While Owens is part of it because he was elected in February, his distancing himself from the proceedings here „ and from his hall peers „ didnt draw much response from 2018 class members. Thats probably fitting, sort of like how an NFL coach wont talk about players who are holding out, focusing instead on the guys who are here.Ž Nearly 140 Hall of Famers are expected in Canton for Saturday nights inductions. Lewis wished he could have spoken in depth to all of those who attended the luncheon. Listening to some of those stories,Ž Lewis said, you think, Each one of you guys had to make your path straight enough so a person like me could follow. (It was) me and Dick Butkus face to face. Me and Mean Joe Greene locked. Willie Lanier and me just there in the corner talking.Ž Hall of Famers all. NFLJoining footballs most exclusive club hits home WINSTONFrom Page 1 BY LARRY LAGEAssociated PressALLEN PARK, Mich. „ Matthew Stafford dropped back and connected over the middle with Golden Tate. Before the Detroit Lions lined up to take another snap in the two-minute drill, Staffords short pass to Tate was shown on a pair of huge TV monitors. The Detroit Lions under first-year coach Matt Patricia are part of a trend: NFL teams using instant replay to make quick corrections and observations during training camp. The Oakland Raiders, Los Angeles Rams, Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins are also taking advantage of technology common in stadiums on game days. Tate said the replays between snaps are shown too quickly for him to see them. But if the receiver is walking off the field while the second-string offense is coming on it, he takes a peek at the previous play. I look at what the coverage was,Ž Tate said. I can also pull a coach aside and say, What could I have done differently? Its great to be able to go over something quickly when it is fresh in your mind versus having to wait and forget about it.Ž The Lions, like a lot of teams in the league, have cameras perched atop towers higher than goal posts. Camera operators use joysticks to zoom in and out, tilt up and down and pan the field to record the action. The Lions also have an operator with a safety harness on a scissor lift. And closer to the ground, staff members hold cameras and put them on short tripods to get other vantage points. Cornerback Darius Slay said he always looks at replays in practice, especially if a teammate catches a pass against him. I want to know what I did wrong,Ž Slay said. I can correct it just as fast as I can see it. Im glad (Patricia) got that out there for us. You can see whats wrong „ fast.Ž NFLLions among teams using replay in campAP PHOTODetroit Lions players stand on the sideline opposite a monitor highlighting the previous play during a practice session Wednesday in Allen Park, Mich. The resort town that Trump helped launch into a boxing mecca on the East Coast had gone into a lengthy lull. The gambling resort sputtered as five of 12 casinos shut down over the last few years, notably the spectacular flop of Revel. Boxing took a backseat as Atlantic City tried to regain its footing. But with the city more stabilized, both Hard Rock and the upscale Ocean Resort Casino are set to host cards this month. Top Rank, promoting its first AC card since 2013, has Philadelphia fighters Bryant Jennings and Jesse Hart on an Aug. 18 show at Ocean Resort. Its not quite the Mike Tyson heyday or a slate packed with fights reminiscent of the Arturo Gatti vs. Micky Ward classics. But its a nice start for a city that wants to compete with Barclays and Madison Square Garden for the premier events on the coast. Main Event CEO Kathy Duva said the card „ which also includes Dmitry Bivol vs. Isaac Chilemba in another light heavyweight title fight „ is close to sold out at the 5,550-seat Etess Arena. Larry Hazzard, head of the states Athletic Control Board, has seen the glory days and the valleys since he came to the city as a referee in 1978. He knows more than just a great fight will put the state back on the boxing scene. This could be the event to springboard New Jersey back into the big-time world of boxing,Ž he said. Legalized gambling, thats just the big plus to go along with it. Were in a very good place right now.Ž Just as casino gambling led to boxings boon period in AC, the advent of legalized sports betting could propel interest in boxing. Bernie Dillon, the entertainment director at the Hard Rock, said it will take more than wagers to win over boxing fans. I think boxing is going to make it on its own,Ž he said. We cant depend on gambling. We still have tickets to sell. We have casino customers to bring in.Ž BOXINGFrom Page 1The game, again featuring 88 players and an NFC/AFC split, will be shown on ESPN and simulcast on ABC, and tickets will go on sale this fall. Season-ticket members for all 32 team are automatically included in pre-sale opportunities, as are any fans who bought tickets to previous Pro Bowls in Orlando. Were thrilled to welcome the NFL Pro Bowl back to our city and Camping World Stadium,Ž Orlando mayor Buddy Dyer said in a statement. The NFL returning one of its marquee events to our community for a third time solidifies our reputation as one of the premier sports destinations in the nation.ŽPRO BOWLFrom Page 1 He went 1 over the rest of the way for a 68, leaving him five shots behind. Is another Saturday move in the works? Im going to have to,Ž Woods said. The golf course is playing very soft, very receptive. And when youre able to hit 5-irons and they only roll out about a foot, the guys are going to put up good scores. Theres 40-plus guys under par. Thats never the case here at Firestone. So tomorrow is going to be one of those days Im going to have to go out there and post a low one and see what happens.Ž Fleetwood, the runnerup at the U.S. Open, was most pleased to see nothing higher than 4s on his scorecard. He made it look easy, except for a few times he was slightly out of position, and hit perhaps his best shot with a 6-iron to a back-left pin that settled 3 feet below the cup. My irons, I just tended to hit exactly where we were picking the spots and I holed a few putts,Ž Fleetwood said. Youve got days like that where its going well, and youve just got to make the most of them.Ž Day, who threw away a chance to win at Firestone two years ago, did make as many as he would have liked. He still had a 66 playing in the same group with Woods, and joined Kyle Stanley (68) two shots behind the leaders. McIlroy was another shot behind after a finishing a day of frustration with two birdies. He was in position to make birdies, especially that 380-yard drive he launched at the 482-yard eighth hole that left him only a sand wedge in. It came up short, rolled down a slope and left him 45 feet away. He blasted a 319-yard drive down the middle at the 10th, only to hit sand wedge just over the green and made bogey. His finish began with a tee shot on the 17th hole that landed closer to the 16th fairway. His approach went into the front bunker, and he holed out for birdie. Then, he stuffed one on the 18th for another short birdie at a 67. An adventure to say the least,Ž McIlroy said. I was 1 under standing on the 17th tee and I think if I had to finish 1 under, it would have felt like the worst I could have shot today. So to get those two birdies on the last two holes is obviously very nice and gets a couple closer to the lead.Ž Woods opened with a bogey, bounced back with three birdies over his next four holes and looked like he might make a move with his birdie on the 12th. Two holes later, he faced such an awkward lie from the top collar of a bunker that he wasnt sure how to stand or how hard to hit it. He hit it too hard, through the green, made bogey and missed birdie chances coming in. GOLFFrom Page 1

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Page 4 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, August 4, 2018 / The SunAMERICAN LEAGUENATIONAL LEAGUEEAST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Boston 77 34 .694 „ „ 7-3 W-2 40-15 37-19 New York 68 40 .630 7 „ 5-5 L-3 38-16 30-24 Tampa Bay 56 53 .514 20 7 6-4 W-3 32-20 24-33 Toronto 49 59 .454 26 14 3-7 W-1 27-28 22-31 Baltimore 33 76 .303 43 30 5-5 L-1 20-35 13-41 CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM W L PCT GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Cleveland 59 49 .546 „ „ 5-5 L-1 32-22 27-27 Minnesota 49 58 .458 9 13 5-5 L-2 30-24 19-34 Detroit 47 62 .431 12 16 6-4 W-2 29-27 18-35 Chicago 38 70 .352 21 25 4-6 W-1 21-33 17-37 Kansas City 34 74 .315 25 29 4-6 L-1 15-37 19-37 WEST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Houston 69 41 .627 „ „ 4-6 W-2 32-24 37-17 Oakland 64 46 .582 5 „ 7-3 W-3 29-22 35-24 Seattle 63 46 .578 5 4-6 L-3 35-22 28-24 Los Angeles 55 56 .495 14 9 5-5 W-1 29-28 26-28 Texas 47 63 .427 22 17 5-5 W-1 21-34 26-29 EAST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Philadelphia 61 48 .560 „ „ 6-4 W-3 36-18 25-30 Atlanta 59 47 .557 „ 6-4 W-5 28-23 31-24 Washington 55 53 .509 5 5 6-4 W-3 26-25 29-28 Miami 46 65 .414 16 15 3-7 L-4 26-31 20-34 New York 44 63 .411 16 15 4-6 L-4 21-35 23-28 CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Chicago 63 46 .578 „ „ 5-5 W-1 34-20 29-26 Milwaukee 63 49 .563 1 „ 6-4 L-2 33-21 30-28 Pittsburgh 56 53 .514 7 4 6-4 L-1 32-27 24-26 St. Louis 56 53 .514 7 4 6-4 W-2 29-26 27-27 Cincinnati 48 61 .440 15 12 5-5 L-3 26-31 22-30 WEST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Los Angeles 61 49 .555 „ „ 5-5 W-2 30-26 31-23 Arizona 60 50 .545 1 6-4 L-1 28-27 32-23 Colorado 58 50 .537 2 1 5-5 L-2 27-24 31-26 San Francisco 56 54 .509 5 4 5-5 W-4 32-22 24-32 San Diego 43 69 .384 19 18 2-8 L-1 20-36 23-33 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLCUBS 5, PADRES 4 S AN DIEGO AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Margot cf 5 0 0 0 0 1 .251 Ellis c 3 0 0 0 0 2 .292 c-Hedges ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .242 Renfroe rf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .232 Hosmer 1b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .250 V illanueva 3b 4 1 2 1 0 0 .225 Lyles p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Galvis ss 4 1 1 0 0 1 .240 Pirela 2b 3 1 0 0 1 1 .253 Ross p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .158 S tock p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --b-Spngnbrg ph-3b 2 1 2 1 0 0 .234 J ankowski lf 4 0 2 1 0 1 .253 T OTALS 35 4 8 3 2 8 CHICAGO AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Rizzo 1b 4 1 3 1 0 0 .263 Zobrist 2b 3 0 0 2 0 0 .307 Cishek p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .200 Rosario p 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 Kintzler p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --S trop p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Heyward rf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .277 Baez ss-2b 3 2 2 1 1 0 .299 Happ cf-lf 3 0 0 1 0 1 .243 S chwarber lf 3 0 2 0 0 0 .246 Edwards Jr. p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Russell ss 1 0 1 0 0 0 .266 Caratini c 4 0 1 0 0 0 .272 Quintana p 2 0 0 0 0 0 .027 a-Almora ph-cf 2 0 0 0 0 0 .300 La Stella 3b 1 2 1 0 1 0 .283 Bote 3b 2 0 0 0 0 2 .310 T OTALS 32 5 10 5 2 4 S AN DIEGO 000 100 012„4 8 0 CHICAGO 011 010 11X„5 10 1 a-grounded out for Quintana in the 6th. b-singled for Stock in the 8th. c-struck out f or Ellis in the 9th. E„Cishek (1). LOB„San Diego 7, Chicago 7. 2B„Spangenberg (6). 3B„Baez (7). HR„ V illanueva (20), off Quintana; Baez (23), off Ross; Rizzo (16), off Stock. RBIs„Villanueva (45), Jankowski (12), Spangenberg (18), Rizzo (71), Zobrist 2 (42), Baez (84), Happ (32). SF„Zobrist, Happ. S„Ellis. Runners left in scoring position„San Diego 2 (Villanueva 2); Chicago 3 (Happ 2, Bote). RISP„San Diego 1 for 6; Chicago 0 for 5. Runners moved up„Jan kowski, Heyward. GIDP„Caratini. DP„San Diego 1 (Galvis, Ross, Hosmer). S AN DIEGO IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Ross, L, 6-9 5 6 3 3 2 2 95 4.45 S tock 2 1 1 1 0 1 20 3.95 Lyles 1 3 1 1 0 1 18 4.29 CHICAGO IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Quintana, W, 10-7 6 4 1 1 0 6 94 4.12 Edwards Jr., H, 15 1 2 1 0 0 1 16 2.62 Cishek, H, 14 .2 0 0 0 0 0 12 1.98 Rosario 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 1.97 Kintzler, H, 16 .1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3.45 Strop, S, 6-9 1 2 2 2 1 1 26 2.86 Edwards Jr. pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. Rosario pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Inherited runners-scored„Cishek 2-1, Rosario 2-0, Kintzler 3-0. T „3:06. A„40,894 (41,649).RED SOX 4, YANKEES 1NEW YORK AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Gardner lf 3 0 0 0 0 1 .247 S tanton rf 3 0 0 0 0 1 .277 Gregorius ss 3 0 0 0 0 1 .268 Hicks cf 3 0 0 0 0 0 .252 T orres 2b 3 0 0 0 0 2 .282 Bird 1b 3 0 0 0 0 2 .230 Andujar dh 3 1 1 1 0 0 .292 Romine c 3 0 0 0 0 0 .261 Walker 3b 3 0 0 0 0 2 .223 TOTALS 27 1 1 1 0 9 BOSTON AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Betts rf-2b-rf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .345 Benintendi lf 3 1 1 0 1 0 .299 Pearce 1b-rf 3 1 1 2 1 0 .319 Bogaerts ss 0 0 0 0 0 0 .275 Martinez dh 4 1 1 0 0 0 .326 Kinsler 2b 0 1 0 0 1 0 .244 Moreland 1b 3 0 2 1 0 1 .269 Nunez 3b 4 0 1 1 0 0 .261 Holt ss-2b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .263 Leon c 3 0 0 0 0 0 .215 Bradley Jr. cf 2 0 0 0 1 2 .214 TOTALS 30 4 7 4 4 3 NEW YORK 001 000 000„1 1 0 BOSTON 300 010 00X„4 7 0 LOB„Boston 6. 2B„Betts (29), Benintendi (29), Martinez (28). HR„Andujar (14), off Porcello; Pearce (9), off Severino. RBIs„ Andujar (48), Pearce 2 (30), Nunez (31), Moreland (49). SB„Kinsler (11). Runners left in scoring position„Boston 1 (Pearce). RISP„; Boston 3 for 4. GIDP„Stanton, Martinez. DP„New York 1 (Gregorius, Torres, Bird); Boston 1 (Kinsler, Holt, Pearce). NEW YORK IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Severino, L, 14-5 5.2 7 4 4 3 2 115 3.08 Robertson 1.1 0 0 0 1 0 12 3.51 Kahnle 1 0 0 0 0 1 13 6.30 BOSTON IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Porcello, W, 14-4 9 1 1 1 0 9 86 3.84 Inherited runners-scored„Robertson 1-0. HBP„Porcello (Gardner). T„2:15. A„37,231 (37,731).BRAVES 2, METS 1ATLANTA AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Acuna lf 4 1 2 0 0 1 .274 Albies 2b 4 0 1 1 0 0 .282 Freeman 1b 3 0 1 0 1 1 .316 Markakis rf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .316 Suzuki c 4 0 0 0 0 0 .259 Inciarte cf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .250 Camargo 3b 3 1 1 1 0 0 .258 Culberson ss 3 0 0 0 0 3 .276 Swanson ss 0 0 0 0 0 0 .245 Sanchez p 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000 a-Flaherty ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .234 Winkler p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Biddle p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 Minter p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --TOTALS 32 2 6 2 1 9 NEW YORK AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Nimmo rf 3 0 0 0 1 2 .246 Bautista 1b 3 0 0 0 1 2 .203 Conforto lf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .226 Frazier 3b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .209 Jackson cf 3 0 0 0 1 1 .248 Reyes 2b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .190 Rosario ss 3 1 1 0 0 1 .238 Mesoraco c 3 0 0 0 0 0 .225 deGrom p 2 0 1 1 0 0 .128 b-Flores ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .268 Swarzak p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --TOTALS 29 1 2 1 3 10 ATLANTA 010 010 000„2 6 1 NEW YORK 001 000 000„1 2 0 a-struck out for Sanchez in the 7th. b-”ied out for deGrom in the 8th. E„Camargo (7). LOB„Atlanta 4, New York 4. 2B„Acuna (15), Albies (32), Rosario (17). HR„Camargo (13), off deGrom. RBIs„Albies (59), Camargo (49), deGrom (2). Runners left in scoring position„Atlanta 2 (Freeman, Camargo); New York 1 (Conforto). RISP„Atlanta 1 for 5; New York 1 for 4. GIDP„Rosario. DP„Atlanta 1 (Winkler, Albies, Freeman); New York 1 (Bautista, Frazier, Reyes). ATLANTA IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Sanchez, W, 6-3 6 2 1 1 2 9 100 2.89 Winkler, H, 18 1 0 0 0 1 0 13 3.05 Biddle, H, 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 13 2.36 Minter, S, 8-8 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 2.84 NEW YORK IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA deGrom, L, 5-7 8 6 2 2 1 9 100 1.85 Swarzak 1 0 0 0 0 0 17 6.00 T„2:26. A„25,101 (41,922).PHILLIES 5, MARLINS 1MIAMI AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Castro 2b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .287 Guerra p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Anderson rf 3 0 2 1 1 0 .286 Realmuto c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .304 Bour 1b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .225 Prado 3b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .234 Dietrich lf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .279 Rojas ss-2b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .257 Sierra cf 3 1 1 0 0 1 .276 Richards p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .100 a-Rivera ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .198 Guerrero p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Hernandez p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Conley p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --c-Riddle ph-ss 1 0 0 0 0 1 .225 TOTALS 32 1 6 1 1 10 PHILADELPHIA AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Hernandez 2b 3 1 0 0 2 1 .260 Hoskins lf 4 0 2 1 0 1 .268 Neshek p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Dominguez p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Herrera cf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .275 Santana 1b 3 0 0 0 1 1 .215 Franco 3b 4 1 1 0 0 1 .277 Williams rf 4 1 2 0 0 1 .261 Alfaro c 3 1 2 1 1 1 .257 Kingery ss 3 0 0 0 1 1 .227 Velasquez p 2 1 1 0 0 0 .206 Loup p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Arano p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --b-Cabrera ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .269 Quinn lf 1 0 1 2 0 0 .385 TOTALS 33 5 9 4 5 10 MIAMI 000 000 010„1 6 1 PHILADELPHIA 001 000 13X„5 9 0 a-grounded out for Richards in the 6th. bpopped out for Arano in the 7th. c-struck out for Conley in the 8th. E„Riddle (2). LOB„Miami 6, Philadelphia 9. 2B„Anderson (25), Dietrich (20), Hoskins (28), Velasquez (1), Quinn (2). RBIs„ Anderson (52), Hoskins (72), Alfaro (25), Quinn 2 (2). CS„Rojas (2). Runners left in scoring position„Miami 3 (Realmuto, Dietrich, Rojas); Philadelphia 4 (Herrera, Kingery, Velasquez, Dominguez). RISP„Miami 1 for 6; Philadelphia 3 for 9. Runners moved up„Realmuto, Hernandez. GIDP„Franco. DP„Miami 1 (Rojas, Bour). MIAMI IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Richards, L, 3-6 5 4 1 1 2 7 101 3.92 Guerrero 1 1 0 0 1 1 16 4.29 Hernandez .2 1 1 1 1 1 13 5.77 Conley .1 0 0 0 0 0 3 3.23 Guerra 1 3 3 0 1 1 23 6.75 PHILADELPHIA IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Velasqz, W, 8-8 6.1 2 0 0 1 7 85 3.80 Loup 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4.54 Arano, H, 8 .2 0 0 0 0 1 7 2.18 Neshek, H, 3 .2 3 1 1 0 1 21 0.87 Dmngz, S, 12-13 1.1 1 0 0 0 1 23 1.85 Loup pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. Inherited runners-scored„Conley 2-1, Loup 1-0, Arano 2-0, Dominguez 2-0. HBP„Loup (Bour). WP„Conley. PB„Realmuto (6). T„3:10. A„33,737 (43,647).ANGELS 7, INDIANS 4LOS ANGELES AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Calhoun rf 4 1 1 0 1 1 .208 Upton lf 5 0 0 0 0 4 .259 Ohtani dh 5 3 4 3 0 0 .272 Pujols 1b 4 0 0 0 1 1 .254 Simmons ss 5 1 1 0 0 0 .303 Fletcher 2b 4 1 1 1 0 0 .277 Arcia c 2 0 0 0 0 0 .429 b-Marte ph-3b 1 0 0 0 0 0 .210 d-Valbuena ph-3b 0 1 0 0 1 0 .199 Cowart 3b 2 0 0 0 0 1 .063 c-Briceno ph-c 1 0 1 1 1 0 .259 Young Jr. cf 3 0 2 2 0 1 .200 TOTALS 36 7 10 7 4 8 CLEVELAND AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Lindor ss 4 1 1 0 1 0 .291 Brantley lf 5 1 1 1 0 0 .294 Ramirez 3b 4 0 1 1 0 3 .300 Encarnacion dh 3 0 1 0 1 0 .237 Alonso 1b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .255 Cabrera rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .253 Kipnis 2b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .219 Gomes c 1 1 1 0 0 0 .243 a-R.Perez ph-c 3 0 1 0 0 1 .163 Martin cf 3 1 2 2 1 0 .256 TOTALS 35 4 8 4 3 5 LOS ANGELES 201 000 040„7 10 0 CLEVELAND 210 000 001„4 8 0 a-singled for Gomes in the 4th. b-grounded out for Arcia in the 7th. c-walked for Cowart in the 7th. d-pinch hit for Marte in the 8th. LOB„Los Angeles 7, Cleveland 7. 2B„ Fletcher (8), Young Jr. (1), Brantley (27), Gomes (18). HR„Ohtani (10), off Clevinger; Ohtani (11), off Clevinger; Martin (10), off Parker. RBIs„Ohtani 3 (28), Fletcher (13), Young Jr. 2 (2), Briceno (6), Brantley (58), Ramirez (79), Martin 2 (31). SB„Ohtani (3), Simmons (7). CS„Martin (4). Runners left in scoring position„Los Angeles 4 (Calhoun, Upton 2, Fletcher); Cleveland 3 (Brantley 2, Cabrera). RISP„Los Angeles 3 for 7; Cleveland 2 for 6. Runners moved up„Alonso. GIDP„Simmons. DP„Cleveland 1 (Kipnis, Alonso). LOS ANGELES IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Barria 5 6 3 3 2 3 92 3.84 Alvarez 1 0 0 0 1 0 16 2.98 Anderson, W, 3-2 1 0 0 0 0 1 12 3.07 Bedrosian 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 3.33 Parker 1 2 1 1 0 1 16 3.38 CLEVELAND IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Clevinger 6 5 3 3 0 6 97 3.48 Miller 1 0 0 0 1 1 16 4.11 Ramirez .1 0 0 0 0 1 5 4.28 O.Perez, L, 0-1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 1.62 Cimber .1 3 3 3 3 0 16 3.51 Otero 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 11 5.05 O.Perez pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Inherited runners-scored„Cimber 1-1, Otero 3-0. HBP„Clevinger (Young Jr.). WP„Miller. Umpires„Home, Marty Foster; First, Joe West; Second, Nic Lentz; Third, Mark Ripperger. T„3:10. A„35,242 (35,225).BOX SCORES ROUNDUP/MATCHUPSCubs 5, Padres 4: Javier Baez tied his career high with his 23rd home run and took over the National League lead with 84 RBIs. Red Sox 4, Yankees 1: Rick Porcello pitched a one-hitter, Steve Pearce homered for the fourth time in two nights and the Boston beat New York after manager Alex Coras ejection to open a season-high 7-game lead in the AL East. Miguel Andujars leadoff homer in the third was the only hit allowed by Porcello (13-4), who matched his season high with nine strikeouts and walked none. Braves 2, Mets 1: Ozzie Albies hit a tiebreaking double off Jacob deGrom and Atlanta beat New York for their “fth straight win. Phillies 5, Marlins 1: Vince Velasquez allowed two hits in 6 1/3 scoreless innings to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 5-1 victory over the Miami Marlins on Friday night. Angels 7, Indians 4: Shohei Ohtani hit two home runs in a game for the “rst time in the major leagues. Ohtani, whose four hits were also the most of his big league career, singled in the eighth and scored the go-ahead run on David Fletchers double. LATE Chicago White Sox at Tampa Bay L.A. Angels at Cleveland Baltimore at Texas Kansas City at Minnesota Detroit at Oakland Toronto at Seattle St. Louis at Pittsburgh Colorado at Milwaukee San Francisco at Arizona Houston at L.A. Dodgers POSTPONED Cincinnati at WashingtonTODAYS PITCHING COMPARISONNATIONAL LEAGUE 2018 TEAM LAST THREE STARTS TEAMS PITCHERS TIME W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA San Diego Lucchesi (L) 5-6 3.74 6-10 1-2 13.2 5.93 Chi. Cubs Hendricks (R) 2:20p 7-9 3.97 9-13 1-1 16.2 4.32 Miami Urena (R) 3-10 4.40 6-15 1-1 14.0 6.43 Philadelphia E”in (R) 7:05p 7-3 3.64 8-6 0-1 13.0 6.92 St. Louis Gomber (L) 1-0 3.22 1-0 0-0 6.1 2.84 Pittsburgh Nova (R) 7:05p 6-6 4.33 12-8 1-0 16.1 3.31 Cincinnati Harvey (R) 5-6 5.13 10-8 1-1 13.2 7.24 Washington Hellickson (R) 7:05p 4-2 3.59 9-6 1-1 15.2 4.02 Atlanta Gausman (R) 5-8 4.43 6-15 1-2 16.2 6.48 N.Y. Mets Wheeler (R) 7:10p 5-6 4.11 8-12 3-0 20.2 2.61 Colorado Anderson (L) 6-3 3.69 10-12 0-0 19.1 3.26 Milwaukee Peralta (R) 7:10p 4-2 3.61 6-3 0-1 13.2 7.24 San Francisco Suarez (L) 4-6 4.11 8-10 1-1 16.2 5.94 Arizona Buchholz (R) 8:10p 4-1 2.65 5-4 3-0 17.1 2.08AMERICAN LEAGUE 2018 TEAM LAST THREE STARTS TEAMS PITCHERS TIME W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA N.Y. Yankees Adams (R) 0-0 0.00 0-0 0-0 0.0 0.00 Boston Eovaldi (R) 4:05p 4-4 3.80 4-7 1-1 15.2 5.17 CWS Rodon (L) 3-3 3.24 3-6 2-0 22.2 1.59 Tampa Bay Snell (L) 6:10p 12-5 2.27 12-8 2-1 17.2 2.04 Kansas City Smith (R) 1-2 6.00 1-3 1-2 12.1 6.57 Minnesota Berrios (R) 7:10p 10-8 3.56 12-10 1-1 17.2 4.58 L.A. Angels Pena (R) 1-2 5.23 3-4 0-2 10.1 8.71 Cleveland Kluber (R) 7:10p 13-6 2.79 13-9 1-2 18.2 4.82 Baltimore Bundy (R) 7-9 4.53 8-12 1-1 16.0 7.31 Texas Minor (L) 8:05p 7-6 4.73 9-11 1-1 13.2 5.93 Detroit Zimmermann (R) 4-3 4.56 7-7 0-3 14.2 7.98 Oakland Jackson (R) 9:05p 2-2 3.32 5-2 1-1 16.1 4.41 Toronto Estrada (R) 4-8 4.90 8-10 0-1 9.1 8.68 Seattle Paxton (L) 10:10p 9-4 3.42 13-8 1-2 14.2 4.30INTERLEAGUE 2018 TEAM LAST THREE STARTS TEAMS PITCHERS TIME W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA Houston McCullers Jr. (R) 10-6 4.06 13-8 0-3 13.2 9.22 L.A. Dodgers Maeda (R) 9:10p 7-6 3.48 8-10 1-1 17.1 4.67 KEY: TEAM REC-Teams Record in games started by todays pitcher. THIS DATE IN BASEBALLAUG. 4 1884: Pud Galvin pitched the most lopsided no-hitter in major league history as the Buffalo Bisons routed the Detroit Wolverines 18-0. It is the second career nohitter for Galvin. 1910: Jack Coombs of the Philadelphia As and Ed Walsh of the Chicago White Sox hooked up in a 16-inning scoreless tie. Coombs struck out 18 and allowed three hits. 1929: The Cleveland Indians, down to their last out trailing 6-5, scored nine runs in the ninth inning for a 14-6 victory over the New York Yankees. 1945: Bill Salkeld of Pittsburgh hit for the cycle in a 6-5 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Pirate catcher went 5 for 5 and drove in all “ve runs. 1945: Bostons Tom McBride became the third player to drive in six runs in an inning as the Red Sox pounded Washington 15-4. McBride had a bases-loaded double and triple during the Red Soxs 12-run fourth inning. 1953: New Yorks Vic Raschi set a record for a pitcher by driving in seven runs in a 15-0 win over the Detroit Tigers. Raschi singled in two in the second inning, doubled in three in the third, and singled home the last two in the eighth. 1963: New Yorks Mickey Mantle, batting for the “rst time in two months after breaking his left foot, hit a pinch home run as the Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 11-10 for a split of a doubleheader. 1973: John Briggs of the Milwaukee Brewers went 6-for-6 in a 9-4 win over the Cleveland Indians. 1982: Joel Youngblood became the “rst player in major league history to play and get a base hit for two different teams in two different cities in the same day. S TATISTICAL LEADERS A MERICAN LEAGUE BATTING: Betts, Boston, .346; Altuve, Houston, .329; Martinez, Boston, .327; Machado, Los Angeles, .315; Segura, Seattle, .311; T rout, Los Angeles, .309; Duffy, Tampa Bay, .306; Simmons, Los Angeles, .304; Ramirez, Cleveland, .301; Benintendi, Boston, .299. RUNS: Lindor, Cleveland, 92; Betts, Boston, 87; Trout, Los Angeles, 82; Martinez, Boston, 78; Ramirez, Cleveland, 77; Benintendi, Boston, 75; Bregman, Houston, 73; Segura, Seattle, 72; Springer, Houston, 72; Judge, New York, 70. RBI: Martinez, Boston, 90; Davis, Oakland, 84; Ramirez, Cleveland, 78; Encarnacion, Cleveland, 76; Bregman, Houston, 71; Haniger, Seattle, 69; Lowrie, Oakland, 68; Cruz, Seattle, 67; Lindor, Cleveland, 67; 2 tied at 66. HITS: Altuve, Houston, 134; Segura, Seattle, 130; Martinez, Boston, 129; Rosario, Minnesota, 128; Lindor, Cleveland, 126; Betts, Boston, 122; Merri“eld, Kansas City, 121; Castellanos, Detroit, 120; 3 tied at 119. HOME RUNS: Martinez, Boston, 32; Ramirez, Cleveland, 32; Trout, Los Angeles, 30; Davis, Oakland, 29; Cruz, Seattle, 28; Gallo, Texas, 27; Lindor, Cleveland, 27; Judge, New York, 26; Betts, Boston, 25; Stanton, New York, 25. ERA: Sale, Boston, 2.04; Verlander, Houston, 2.24; Snell, Tampa Bay, 2.27; Bauer, Cleveland, 2.34; Cole, Houston, 2.55; Kluber, Cleveland, 2.79; Morton, Houston, 2.90; Severino, New York, 2.94; Skaggs, Los Angeles, 3.34; Gonzales, Seattle, 3.37. STRIKEOUTS: Sale, Boston, 207; Bauer, Cleveland, 195; Cole, Houston, 194; Verlander, Houston, 190. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING: Yelich, Milwaukee, .321; Dickerson, Pittsburgh, .318; Markakis, Atlanta, .316; Freeman, Atlanta, .315; Gennett, Cincinnati, .314; Arenado, Colorado, .308; Realmuto, Miami, .307; Almora, Chicago, .300; Suarez, Cincinnati, .300; Cain, Milwaukee, .299. RUNS: Blackmon, Colorado, 81; Albies, Atlanta, 77; Yelich, Milwaukee, 75; Arenado, Colorado, 72; Carpenter, St. Louis, 70; Baez, Chicago, 69; Harper, Washington, 69; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 68; Turner, Washington, 68; Pham, Tampa Bay, 67. RBI: Baez, Chicago, 84; Suarez, Cincinnati, 83; Arenado, Colorado, 80; Aguilar, Milwaukee, 77; Hoskins, Philadelphia, 71; Rizzo, Chicago, 71; Story, Colorado, 70; Freeman, Atlanta, 69; 3 tied at 67. HITS: Markakis, Atlanta, 130; Freeman, Atlanta, 129; Gennett, Cincinnati, 125; Albies, Atlanta, 122; Castro, Miami, 122; Yelich, Milwaukee, 121; Anderson, Miami, 120; Arenado, Colorado, 120; 3 tied at 119. HOME RUNS: Arenado, Colorado, 28; Aguilar, Milwaukee, 26; Carpenter, St. Louis, 26; Harper, Washington, 26; Suarez, Cincinnati, 25; Muncy, Los Angeles, 24; Baez, Chicago, 23; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 23; Hoskins, Philadelphia, 22; Blackmon, Colorado, 21. ERA: deGrom, New York, 1.82; Scherzer, Washington, 2.33; Nola, Philadelphia, 2.35; Mikolas, St. Louis, 2.75; Greinke, Arizona, 2.97; Foltynewicz, Atlanta, 3.04; Freeland, Colorado, 3.21; Lester, Chicago, 3.22; Newcomb, Atlanta, 3.23; Corbin, Arizona, 3.26. STRIKEOUTS: Scherzer, Washington, 210.THURSDAYS GAMES American League Tampa Bay 4, L.A. Angels 2 Chicago White Sox 6, Kansas City 4 Boston 15, N.Y. Yankees 7 Texas 17, Baltimore 8 Toronto 7, Seattle 3 National League St. Louis 3, Colorado 2 Washington 10, Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 5, Miami 2 Atlanta 4, N.Y. Mets 2 San Diego 6, Chicago Cubs 1 L.A. Dodgers 21, Milwaukee 5 San Francisco 8, Arizona 1 Interleague None scheduled SUNDAYS GAMES American League Chicago White Sox at Tampa Bay, 1:10 p.m. L.A. Angels at Cleveland, 1:10 p.m. Kansas City at Minnesota, 2:10 p.m. Baltimore at Texas, 3:05 p.m. Detroit at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Toronto at Seattle, 4:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Boston, 8:05 p.m. National League Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, 1:10 p.m. Cincinnati at Washington, 1:35 p.m. Miami at Philadelphia, 1:35 p.m. St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m. Colorado at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. San Diego at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. San Francisco at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Interleague Houston at L.A. Dodgers, 4:10 p.m.FANTASY PLAYSDavid Fletcher 3B/SS, Los Angeles Angels, (7 percent owned in CBSSports. com leagues): Fletcher is batting .340 in his last 12 games and has the ability to steal bases. Hes already eligible at third base and shortstop, but as the Angels new starting second baseman, Fletcher will likely soon be eligible at that position as well. Melky Cabrera OF, (4 percent): Cabrera has been producing since hes been given the opportunity to play every day. Hes batting .353 in his last 11 games. TOP TEN A MERICAN LEAGUE Player G AB R H Pct. Betts Bos 90 353 87 122 .346 Altuve Hou 104 407 64 134 .329 JMartinez Bos 103 395 78 129 .327 MMachado Bal 96 365 48 115 .315 Segura Sea 102 418 72 130 .311 Trout LAA 109 372 82 115 .309 MDuffy TB 90 353 37 108 .306 Simmons LAA 98 368 52 112 .304 JoRamirez Cle 106 396 77 119 .301 Benintendi Bos 103 398 75 119 .299 NATIONAL LEAGUE Player G AB R H Pct. Yelich Mil 96 377 75 121 .321 Dickerson Pit 91 346 50 110 .318 Markakis Atl 105 411 61 130 .316 FFreeman Atl 105 409 66 129 .315 Gennett Cin 105 398 65 125 .314 Arenado Col 102 390 72 120 .308 Realmuto Mia 81 322 54 99 .307 Almora ChC 102 320 50 96 .300 Suarez Cin 92 347 58 104 .300 Cain Mil 93 351 55 105 .299 Through Aug. 2

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The Sun / Saturday, August 4, 2018 www.yoursun.com SP Page 5 SCOREBOARD MINOR LEAGUESFLORIDA STATE LEAGUEAll Times EDTNorth Division W L Pct. GBDunedin (Blue Jays) 27 14 .659 „ Clearwater (Phillies) 23 15 .605 2 Lakeland (Tigers) 20 17 .541 5 Tampa (Yankees) 20 19 .513 6 Daytona (Reds) 20 21 .488 7 Florida (Braves) 14 22 .389 10 South Division W L Pct. GBCharlotte (Rays) 24 15 .615 „ Fort Myers (Twins) 22 17 .564 2 Palm Beach (Cardinals) 18 22 .450 6 Jupiter (Marlins) 15 23 .395 8 St. Lucie (Mets) 15 24 .385 9 Bradenton (Pirates) 14 23 .378 9Fridays GamesDunedin 9, Charlotte 0 Jupiter 4, Palm Beach 0 Clearwater at Bradenton, 6:30 p.m. Daytona 3, St. Lucie 2 Lakeland at Tampa, 6:30 p.m. Florida at Fort Myers, 7 p.m.Saturdays GamesPalm Beach at Jupiter, 5:30 p.m. Florida at Fort Myers, 6 p.m. Charlotte at Dunedin, 6:30 p.m. Clearwater at Bradenton, 6:30 p.m. Daytona at St. Lucie, 6:30 p.m. Lakeland at Tampa, 6:30 p.m.Sundays GamesDaytona at St. Lucie, 12 p.m. Charlotte at Dunedin, 1 p.m. Lakeland at Tampa, 1 p.m. Palm Beach at Jupiter, 1 p.m. Clearwater at Bradenton, 1 p.m. Florida at Fort Myers, 4 p.m.PRO FOOTBALLNFL PRESEASONAll times EasternAMERICAN CONFERENCEEAST W L T PCT. PF PA Buffalo 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Miami 0 0 0 .000 0 0 New England 0 0 0 .000 0 0 N.Y. Jets 0 0 0 .000 0 0 SOUTH W L T PCT. PF PA Houston 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Indianapolis 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Jacksonville 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Tennessee 0 0 0 .000 0 0 NORTH W L T PCT. PF PA Baltimore 1 0 0 1.000 17 16 Cincinnati 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Cleveland 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Pittsburgh 0 0 0 .000 0 0 WEST W L T PCT. PF PA Denver 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Kansas City 0 0 0 .000 0 0 L.A. Chargers 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Oakland 0 0 0 .000 0 0 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EAST W L T PCT. PF PA Dallas 0 0 0 .000 0 0 N.Y. Giants 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Philadelphia 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Washington 0 0 0 .000 0 0 SOUTH W L T PCT. PF PA Atlanta 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Carolina 0 0 0 .000 0 0 New Orleans 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Tampa Bay 0 0 0 .000 0 0 NORTH W L T PCT. PF PA Detroit 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Green Bay 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Minnesota 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Chicago 0 1 0 .000 16 17 WEST W L T PCT. PF PA Arizona 0 0 0 .000 0 0 L.A. Rams 0 0 0 .000 0 0 San Francisco 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Seattle 0 0 0 .000 0 0Thursdays Game Hall of Fame GameBaltimore 17, Chicago 16WEEK 1 Thursday, Aug. 9Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. New Orleans at Jacksonville, 7 p.m. Cleveland at N.Y. Giants, 7 p.m. Chicago at Cincinnati, 7 p.m. Carolina at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay at Miami, 7 p.m. L.A. Rams at Baltimore, 7:30 p.m. Washington at New England, 7:30 p.m. Tennessee at Green Bay, 8 p.m. Houston at Kansas City, 8:30 p.m. Indianapolis at Seattle, 10 p.m. Dallas at San Francisco, 10 p.m.Friday, Aug. 10Atlanta at N.Y. Jets, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at Oakland, 10:30 p.m.Saturday, Aug. 11Minnesota at Denver, 9 p.m. L.A. Chargers at Arizona, 10 p.m.COLLEGE FOOTBALLAMWAY PRESEASON COACHES TOP 25 POLLThe preseason Amway Top 25 football poll, with “ rst-place votes in parentheses, 2017 “ nal records, total points based on 25 points for “ rst place through one point for 25th, and last years “ nal ranking (LYR): REC. PTS. LYR 1. Alabama (61) 13-1 1621 1 2. Clemson (3) 12-2 1547 4 3. Ohio State (1) 12-2 1458 5 4. Georgia 13-2 1452 2 5. Oklahoma 12-2 1288 3 6. Washington 10-3 1245 15 7. Wisconsin 13-1 1243 6 8. Miami (Fla.) 10-3 1091 13 9. Penn State 11-2 1050 8 10. Auburn 10-4 1004 12 11. Notre Dame 10-3 892 11 12. Michigan State 10-3 870 16 13. Stanford 9-5 768 19 14. Michigan 8-5 752 „ 15. Southern California 11-3 691 10 16. Texas Christian 11-3 530 9 17. Virginia Tech 9-4 524 25 18. Mississippi State 9-4 407 20 19. Florida State 7-6 328 „ 20. West Virginia 7-6 310 „ 21. Texas 7-6 265 „ 22. Boise State 11-3 261 22 23. Central Florida 13-0 259 7 24. Louisiana State 9-4 254 18 25. Oklahoma State 10-3 168 14 Others receiving votes: South Carolina 138; Florida 135; Oregon 105; Utah 81; Northwestern 67; Texas A&M 67; Kansas State 35; Florida Atlantic 27; Boston College 23; Memphis 23; North Carolina State 22; Arkansas State 19; Troy 19; Appalachian State 16; San Diego State 15; Iowa 8; Iowa State 8; Kentucky 8; Washington State 7; South Florida 6; Duke 5; Fresno State 4; Louisville 3; Arizona 2; Houston 2; Army 1; Northern Illinois 1.ODDSPREGAME.COM LINEMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Today National LeagueFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE at Chicago -195 San Diego +180 at Pittsburgh -114 St. Louis +104 at Philadelphia -164 Miami +154 at Washington -174 Cincinnati +162 at Milwaukee -134 Colorado +124 Atlanta -119 at New York +109 at Arizona -135 San Francisco +125American Leagueat Boston -149 New York +139 at Tampa Bay -168 Chicago +158 at Cleveland -236 Los Angeles +216 at Minnesota -230 Kansas City +210 at Texas -146 Baltimore +136 at Oakland -180 Detroit +165 at Seattle -220 Toronto +200Interleagueat LA Dodgers -115 Houston +105NFL PRESEASON Aug. 9FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG at Buffalo 1 2 34 Carolina at Cincinnati Pk 2 36 Chicago at Miami 1 1 34 Tampa Bay at NY Giants 3 2 34 Cleveland at Philadelphia 3 3 35 Pittsburgh at Jacksonville 3 2 34 New Orleans at Baltimore 1 1 36 LA Rams at New England 4 4 37 Washington at Green Bay Pk Pk 35 Tennessee at Kansas City 2 2 35 Houston at San Francisco 3 3 35 Dallas at Seattle 2 3 34 IndianapolisAug. 10at NY Jets 1 2 35 Atlanta at Oakland 3 3 36 DetroitAug. 11at Denver 1 Pk 34 Minnesota at Arizona 2 2 36 LA ChargersUpdated Odds Available at Pregame.comGOLFWORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPSBRIDGESTONE INVITATIONALFridays leaders at Firestone CC (South) Akron, Ohio; Purse: $10 million. Yardage: 7,400; Par: 70 (35-35) SECOND ROUND Ian Poulter 62-67„129 Tommy Fleetwood 66-63„129 Justin Thomas 65-64„129 Kyle Stanley 63-68„131 Jason Day 65-66„131 Si Woo Kim 64-68„132 Rory McIlroy 65-67„132 HaoTong Li 66-67„133 Luke List 65-68„133 Jon Rahm 64-70„134 Louis Oosthuizen 68-66„134 Tony Finau 68-66„134 Marc Leishman 65-69„134 Tiger Woods 66-68„134 Webb Simpson 69-65„134 Tyrrell Hatton 68-67„135 Patton Kizzire 68-67„135 Ross Fisher 67-68„135 Phil Mickelson 66-69„135 Anirban Lahiri 65-70„135 Rafa Cabrera Bello 68-67„135 Patrick Reed 66-70„136 Brooks Koepka 66-70„136 Ted Potter, Jr. 70-66„136 Matthew Fitzpatrick 66-70„136 Patrick Cantlay 64-72„136 Rickie Fowler 63-74„137 Kevin Na 65-72„137 Andrew Landry 70-67„137 Russell Knox 67-70„137 Matt Kuchar 68-70„138 Pat Perez 68-70„138 Gary Woodland 67-71„138 Daniel Berger 67-71„138 Aaron Wise 67-71„138 Thorbjrn Olesen 71-67„138 Zach Johnson 69-70„139 Paul Dunne 71-68„139 Henrik Stenson 70-69„139 Ryuko Tokimatsu 68-71„139 Hideki Matsuyama 67-72„139 Brian Harman 71-68„139 Charley Hoffman 69-70„139 Paul Casey 68-71„139 Sergio Garcia 70-69„139 Kiradech Aphibarnrat 70-70„140 Wade Ormsby 69-71„140 Dustin Johnson 69-71„140 Bubba Watson 71-69„140 Byeong Hun An 68-72„140 Cameron Smith 70-70„140 Alexander Bjrk 69-71„140 Satoshi Kodaira 73-69„142 Emiliano Grillo 72-70„142 Francesco Molinari 70-72„142 Kevin Kisner 74-68„142 Xander Schauffele 69-73„142 Austin Cook 73-69„142 Brendan Steele 73-69„142 Kevin Chappell 71-72„143 Adam Scott 68-75„143 Alex Noren 70-73„143 Jordan Spieth 71-72„143 Charl Schwartzel 71-72„143 Bryson DeChambeau 75-69„144 Brandon Stone 71-74„145 Jhonattan Vegas 70-75„145 Kodai Ichihara 73-74„147 Jaco Ahlers 68-79„147 Branden Grace 73-74„147 Shubhankar Sharma 72-79„151PGA TOURBARRACUDA CHAMPIONSHIP Fridays scores were not available at press time.LPGA TOURWOMENS BRITISH OPENFridays leaders at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Links, Lytham St. Annes, England; Purse: $3.25 million. Yardage: 6,585; Par: 72 (35-37) (a-denotes amateur) SECOND ROUND Pornanong Phatlum 67-67„134 Georgia Hall 67-68„135 Mamiko Higa 66-69„135 Minjee Lee 65-70„135 Teresa Lu 67-69„136 Sung Hyun Park 67-70„137 So Yeon Ryu 69-69„138 Pernilla Lindberg 71-68„139 Brooke M. Henderson 69-70„139 Madelene Sagstrom 69-70„139 Florentyna Parker 69-70„139 Mina Harigae 68-71„139 Lydia Ko 68-71„139 Brittany Altomare 70-70„140 Hyo Joo Kim 72-69„141 Jessica Korda 71-70„141 Catriona Matthew 71-70„141 Ariya Jutanugarn 71-70„141 Celine Herbin 70-71„141 In-Kyung Kim 70-71„141 Yu Liu 69-72„141 Lydia Hall 69-72„141 Mi Hyang Lee 67-74„141 Wei-Ling Hsu 73-69„142 Amy Olson 72-70„142 Sei Young Kim 71-71„142 Shanshan Feng 71-71„142 Phoebe Yao 71-71„142 Carlota Ciganda 69-73„142 Sandra Gal 68-74„142 Azahara Munoz 77-66„143 Jaye Marie Green 74-69„143 Caroline Inglis 73-70„143 Jeong Eun Lee 73-70„143 Su Oh 73-70„143 Mariajo Uribe 73-70„143 Thidapa Suwannapura 72-71„143 Rebecca Artis 72-71„143 Ryann OToole 72-71„143 Nelly Korda 71-72„143 Klara Spilkova 76-68„144 Nuria Iturrios 74-70„144 a-Atthaya Thitikul 73-71„144 Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 73-71„144 Haeji Kang 72-72„144 Aditi Ashok 72-72„144 Cristie Kerr 72-72„144 In Gee Chun 72-72„144 Marina Alex 71-73„144 Lizette Salas 71-73„144 Annie Park 71-73„144 Bronte Law 70-74„144 Mi Jung Hur 70-74„144 Moriya Jutanugarn 69-75„144 Hee Young Park 76-69„145 Hannah Green 75-70„145 Sun-Ju Ahn 74-71„145 Mo Martin 73-72„145 Eri Okayama 73-72„145 Meghan MacLaren 73-72„145 Amy Yang 72-73„145 Emma Talley 72-73„145 Ally McDonald 71-74„145 Tiffany Joh 71-74„145 Cloe Frankish 70-75„145 MISSED CUT Mariah Stackhouse 76-70„146 Ayako Uehara 76-70„146 Katherine Kirk 75-71„146 Brittany Lang 75-71„146 Caroline Masson 75-71„146 Daniela Darquea 74-72„146 Jacqui Concolino 74-72„146 Brittany Lincicome 74-72„146 Eun-Hee Ji 74-72„146 Jenny Haglund 73-73„146 Hyejin Choi 70-76„146 Wichanee Meechai 70-76„146 Angel Yin 69-77„146 Jin Young Ko 76-71„147 Chella Choi 75-72„147 Lindy Duncan 75-72„147 Cheyenne Woods 75-72„147 Brittany Marchand 74-73„147 Xiyu Lin 74-73„147 Noemi Jimenez Martin 73-74„147 Caroline Hedwall 73-74„147 Julia Engstrom 72-75„147 Angela Stanford 71-76„147 Camilla Lennarth 71-76„147 Anne Van Dam 76-72„148 Misuzu Narita 75-73„148 Yani Tseng 75-73„148 Olivia Cowan 74-74„148 Megan Khang 73-75„148 Jenny Shin 72-76„148 Anna Nordqvist 72-76„148 Jennifer Song 71-77„148 Austin Ernst 77-72„149 Karrie Webb 77-72„149 Nasa Hataoka 75-74„149 Ashleigh Buhai 74-75„149 Laetitia Beck 74-75„149 Christine Wolf 73-76„149 Karolin Lampert 72-77„149 Charley Hull 71-78„149 Inci Mehmet 79-71„150 a-Linn Grant 78-72„150 Mirim Lee 77-73„150 a-Frida Kinhult 76-74„150 Inbee Park 76-74„150 Danielle Kang 74-76„150 Valdis Jonsdottir 73-77„150 Robynn Ree 73-77„150 Silvia Banon 73-77„150 Laura Davies 73-77„150 Nanna Koerstz Madsen 78-73„151 Nicole Broch Larsen 78-73„151 Marianne Skarpnord 78-73„151 a-Leonie Harm 77-74„151 Mel Reid 75-76„151 Casey Danielson 74-77„151 Sarah Kemp 74-77„151 Kanyalak Preedasuttijit 73-78„151 Jane Park 72-79„151 Kris Tamulis 77-75„152 Jodi Ewart Shadoff 77-75„152 Sakura Yokomine 77-75„152 Astrid de Pradenne 73-79„152 Holly Clyburn 76-77„153 Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 74-79„153 Tonje Daf“ nrud 76-78„154 Rachael Goodall 76-78„154 Ursula Wikstrom 74-80„154 a-Agathe Laisne 80-75„155 Lynn Carlsson 74-81„155 Celine Boutier 81-75„156 Sarah Jane Smith 77-79„156 Katie Burnett 74-82„156 Lee-Anne Pace 79-78„157 a-Ludovica Farina 73-84„157 a-Hollie Muse 80-78„158 Kylie Henry 78-81„159 Sideri Vanova 87-78„165PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS3M CHAMPIONSHIPFriday at TPC Twin Cities, Blaine, Minn. Purse: $1.75 million; Yardage: 7,114; Par: 72 FIRST ROUND Jerry Smith 31-33„64 Peter Lonard 32-34„66 Glen Day 35-31„66 Lee Janzen 32-34„66 Kenny Perry 35-31„66 Scott Parel 33-34„67 Larry Mize 34-33„67 Wes Short, Jr. 33-34„67 Kevin Sutherland 32-35„67 Jay Haas 33-34„67 Tom Gillis 34-33„67 Joey Sindelar 34-34„68 Mike Reid 33-35„68 Bart Bryant 35-33„68 Rocco Mediate 37-31„68 Esteban Toledo 35-33„68 Tom Pernice Jr. 34-34„68 Tommy Tolles 35-33„68 Duffy Waldorf 34-35„69 John Daly 34-35„69 Kirk Triplett 34-35„69 Tom Lehman 35-34„69 Doug Garwood 33-36„69 Mike Small 32-37„69 John Inman 36-34„70 Tim Petrovic 34-36„70 Scott Hoch 37-33„70 Dan Forsman 35-35„70 Mark Brooks 34-36„70 Gary Hallberg 37-33„70 Corey Pavin 35-35„70 Todd Hamilton 37-33„70 Tom Byrum 36-34„70 Jeff Sluman 35-35„70 Mark Walker 36-34„70 Kent Jones 36-34„70 Bill Glasson 36-35„71 Tommy Armour III 34-37„71 Michael Bradley 37-34„71 Scott Verplank 35-36„71 Willie Wood 36-35„71 R.W. Eaks 35-36„71 Joe Durant 36-35„71 Olin Browne 35-36„71 Paul Goydos 38-33„71 Chad Proehl 32-39„71 Bob Estes 36-36„72 Ron Streck 37-35„72 John Riegger 36-36„72 Gene Sauers 36-36„72 Woody Austin 38-34„72 Fran Quinn 38-34„72 Brian Henninger 37-36„73 David Eger 39-34„73 Jay Don Blake 37-36„73 Steve Pate 38-35„73 Ted Schulz 37-36„73 Robert Gamez 36-37„73 Billy Mayfair 37-36„73 David Frost 34-39„73 Marco Dawson 36-37„73 Carlos Franco 38-35„73 John Huston 36-38„74 Mike Goodes 38-36„74 Neal Lancaster 37-37„74 Rod Spittle 37-37„74 Tom Kite 37-37„74 Jeff LeMaster 36-38„74 Steve Flesch 39-36„75 Scott Dunlap 38-38„76 Ken Tanigawa 40-36„76 Blaine McCallister 42-35„77 Keith Clearwater 38-39„77 Charlie Rymer 37-40„77 David McKenzie 41-36„77 John Harris 37-41„78 Dave Stockton, Jr. 41-37„78 Steve Lowery 44-40„84EUROPEAN TOURFIJI INTERNATIONALFridays leaders at Natadola Bay Championship GC, Natadola, Fiji; Purse: $1.25 million. Yardage: 7,190; Par: 72 SECOND ROUND Ben Campbell, New Zealand 67-66„133 Andrew Dodt, Australia 67-70„137 Jarryd Felton, Australia 67-71„138 Terry Pilkadaris, Australia 70-68„138 Steven Jeffress, Australia 73-66„139 Jake McLeod, Australia 72-67„139 Gaganjeet Bhullar, India 70-69„139 Nick Cullen, Australia 67-72„139 Ashun Wu, China 70-69„139 Harry Bateman, New Zealand 70-69„139 Nick Voke, Australia 71-68„139 Maverick Antcliff, Australia 69-72„141 Darren Beck, Australia 71-70„141 Matthew Grif“ n, Australia 69-72„141 Sam Lee, Fiji 70-71„141 Travis Smyth, Australia 71-70„141 Poom Saksanin, Thailand 73-68„141 Anthony Quayle, Australia 75-66„141 Justin Harding, South Africa 74-67„141 Ernie Els, South Africa 72-70„142 James Marchesant, Australia 72-70„142 Gavin Green, Malaysia 72-70„142 Marcus Fraser, Australia 73-69„142 ALSO Johannes Veerman, United States 72-74„146 John Catlin, United States 75-72„147 Vijay Singh, Fiji 76-72„148 MISSED CUT Daniel Im, United States 75-79„154WEB.COM TOURKC GOLF CLASSICFridays leaders at Nicklaus GC at LionsGate, Overland Park, Kan. Purse: $675,000. Yardage: 7,237; Par: 71 (35-36) SECOND ROUND Sepp Straka 64-65„129 Kyle Jones 63-66„129 Sam Burns 66-64„130 Max Rottluff 67-63„130 Chris Thompson 67-64„131 Jin Park 67-64„131 Bio Kim 63-69„132 Bo Hoag 66-67„133 Billy Kennerly 67-66„133 Michael Visacki 65-68„133 Sungjae Im 66-68„134 Max Marsico 66-68„134 Jim Knous 68-66„134 Wyndham Clark 67-67„134 Curtis Luck 65-69„134 Kramer Hickok 64-71„135 Jimmy Stanger 69-66„135 Mike Van Sickle 66-69„135 Roger Sloan 69-66„135 Roland Thatcher 64-71„135 Adam Long 65-70„135 Vince Covello 63-72„135 Andrew Svoboda 70-65„135 Richard H. Lee 66-69„135 Sebastian Cappelen 68-68„136 Christian Brand 68-68„136 Rick Lamb 68-68„136 Wade Bin“ eld 68-68„136 Michael Johnson 70-66„136 Gonzalo Fdez-Castao 66-70„136 Armando Favela 66-70„136 Au g usto Nez 68-68„136 Jimmy Gunn 69-68„137 Kyoung-Hoon Lee 70-67„137 Chad Ramey 68-69„137 Josh Teater 67-70„137 Ryan Brehm 73-64„137 Brian Richey 67-70„137 Doug Letson 68-69„137 Casey Wittenberg 64-73„137 Justin Hueber 67-70„137 Martin Trainer 63-74„137 Brandon Matthews 73-65„138 Brian Campbell 68-70„138 Luke Guthrie 72-66„138 Roberto Castro 70-68„138 Connor Arendell 68-70„138 Steven Ihm 70-68„138 Justin Lower 66-72„138 Brady Schnell 69-69„138 Brad Brunner 70-68„138 Rico Hoey 67-71„138 Carlos Ortiz 69-69„138 Alex Prugh 68-70„138 Seann Harlingten 67-71„138 Seth Fair 70-68„138 Jos Toledo 69-69„138 Rafael Campos 66-73„139 Scott Langley 68-71„139 Conner Godsey 72-67„139 Mark Baldwin 69-70„139 Anders Albertson 70-69„139 Gerardo Ruiz 73-66„139 Bryan Bigley 69-70„139 Nelson Ledesma 68-71„139 Oscar Fraustro 68-71„139 Mark Anderson 67-72„139 J.T. Grif“ n 68-71„139 Seth Reeves 70-69„139 FAILED TO MAKE THE CUT Mito Pereira 72-68„140 Sebastin Muoz 70-70„140 Mark Blake“ eld 71-69„140 Jacques Blaauw 69-71„140 Alex Springer 69-71„140 Albin Choi 69-71„140 Tag Ridings 70-70„140 Chris Baker 69-71„140 Chris Naegel 71-69„140 Max McGreevy 71-69„140 Michael Hebert 71-69„140 Eric Axley 69-71„140 Michael Buttacavoli 67-73„140 Doc Redman 68-72„140 Spencer Levin 73-68„141 Joseph Bramlett 69-72„141 Jason Gore 69-72„141 Jared Wolfe 72-69„141 Fernando Mechereffe 69-72„141 Dawie van der Walt 68-73„141 Alex Kang 68-73„141 Trevor Cone 70-71„141 Julin Etulain 72-69„141 Kyle Reifers 73-69„142 Brad Hop“ nger 71-71„142 David Skinns 70-72„142 Robby Shelton 73-69„142 Sean Kelly 72-70„142 Edward Loar 76-66„142 Matt Fast 71-71„142 Chris Wilson 72-70„142 Mark Hubbard 71-71„142 Ryan Baca 69-73„142 Jhared Hack 70-72„142 Ben Kohles 68-74„142 Donald Constable 71-71„142 Steven Alker 72-70„142 Jonathan Hodge 70-72„142 Peter Tomasulo 71-71„142 Carlos Sainz Jr 71-71„142 Bhavik Patel 70-72„142 Erik Barnes 70-72„142 Brant Peaper 69-73„142 Kyle Weldon 71-71„142 Chris DiMarco 68-75„143 Dan McCarthy 70-73„143 Patrick Sullivan 70-73„143 Kevin Lucas 71-72„143 Lee McCoy 71-72„143 Brandon Crick 69-75„144 Ben Taylor 72-72„144 Adam Webb 72-72„144 Brian Hughes 73-71„144 Kevin Dougherty 71-73„144 Andrew Novak 73-71„144 Jamie Arnold 71-73„144 Shaun Micheel 70-74„144 Michael Weaver 74-71„145 Nick Rousey 75-70„145 Adam Svensson 72-73„145 Tim Wilkinson 70-75„145 Hank Lebioda 69-76„145 Matt Ryan 73-72„145 Jordan Niebrugge 71-74„145 Grant Leaver 70-75„145 Tom Whitney 72-74„146 Michael Arnaud 71-75„146 Stuart Macdonald 70-76„146 Johnny Ruiz 72-74„146 Samuel Del Val 71-75„146 Matt Hill 73-73„146 Taylor Moore 73-74„147 Daniel Mazziotta 75-72„147 Andres Gonzales 77-71„148 Alex Carpenter 78-70„148 Jos de Rodrguez 69-79„148 Curtis Thompson 76-73„149 Patrick Newcomb 74-75„149 Max Homa 75-74„149 Matt Harmon 71-79„150 Cameron Davis 75-75„150 Michael Putnam 76-75„151SOCCERMAJOR LEAGUE SOCCERAll times Eastern EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GA Atlanta United FC 14 4 5 47 48 26 New York City FC 13 4 4 43 42 24 New York Red Bulls 13 6 2 41 42 22 Columbus 10 7 6 36 30 29 Montreal 9 13 1 28 29 39 New England 7 7 7 28 33 32 Philadelphia 8 10 3 27 29 34 Chicago 6 12 5 23 34 46 Orlando City 7 14 1 22 32 51 Toronto FC 6 11 4 22 35 39 D.C. United 4 9 5 17 29 35 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GA FC Dallas 12 3 6 42 35 25 Los Angeles FC 10 5 6 36 44 35 Los Angeles Galaxy 10 7 5 35 43 36 Portland 9 3 7 34 30 25 Sporting Kansas City 9 6 6 33 39 30 Real Salt Lake 9 9 4 31 31 39 Vancouver 8 9 5 29 34 44 Minnesota United 9 12 1 28 35 44 Houston 7 8 6 27 39 32 Seattle 6 9 5 23 19 23 Colorado 4 12 5 17 25 36 San Jose 2 12 7 13 29 40 3 points for victory, 1 point for tieWednesdays Game All-Star Game at AtlantaMLS All-Stars 1, Juventus (Italy) 1, tieTodays GamesToronto FC at Atlanta United FC, 4 p.m. D.C. United at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. New England at Orlando City, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at FC Dallas, 8 p.m. Seattle at Minnesota United, 8 p.m. Vancouver at New York City FC, 8 p.m. Los Angeles Galaxy at Colorado, 9 p.m. Sporting Kansas City at Houston, 9 p.m. Chicago at Real Salt Lake, 10 p.m. Philadelphia at Portland, 11 p.m.Sundays GameLos Angeles FC at New York Red Bulls, 6 p.m. U.S. OPEN CUPAll times Eastern (Home teams listed “ rst) SEMIFINALS Wednesday, Aug. 8Chicago Fire (MLS) at Philadelphia Union (MLS), 7 p.m. Los Angeles FC (MLS) at Houston Dynamo (MLS), 8:30 p.m.NATIONAL WOMENS SOCCER LEAGUEAll times Eastern W L T PTS GF GA North Carolina 14 1 4 46 41 14 Seattle 8 4 6 30 20 15 Portland 8 5 5 29 29 22 Orlando 8 6 5 29 27 26 Chicago 7 4 7 28 26 22 Utah 5 6 7 22 14 18 Houston 5 7 5 20 21 28 Washington 2 11 4 10 11 24 Sky Blue FC 0 13 3 3 12 32 3 points for victory, 1 point for tie.Sundays GamesPortland at North Carolina, 6 p.m. Sky Blue FC at Orlando, 7:30 p.m. Utah at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Washington at Seattle, 9 p.m.Wednesday, Aug. 8Washington at Utah, 10 p.m.Friday, Aug. 10North Carolina at Chicago, 8 p.m. PRO BASKETBALLWNBAAll times EasternEASTERN CONFERENCE W L PCT GBAtlanta 17 10 .630 „ Washington 15 11 .577 1 Connecticut 15 12 .556 2 Chicago 10 18 .357 7 New York 7 19 .269 9 Indiana 4 23 .148 13WESTERN CONFERENCE W L PCT GBSeattle 20 7 .741 „ Los Angeles 16 11 .593 4 Minnesota 15 11 .577 4 Phoenix 16 12 .571 4 Dallas 14 13 .519 6 Las Vegas 12 14 .462 7Thursdays GamesIndiana 84, Dallas 78 Los Angeles 79, Minnesota 57Fridays GamesAtlanta 89, Chicago 74 Las Vegas at Washington, late Minnesota at Seattle, lateTodays GameIndiana at New York, 3 p.m.Sundays GamesLas Vegas at Connecticut, 3 p.m. Washington at Dallas, 4 p.m. Phoenix at Los Angeles, 7 p.m. Atlanta at Minnesota, 7 p.m.TENNISATP WORLD TOUR/WTA TOURCITI OPENFriday at William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center, Washington Purse: ATP, $1.89 million (WT500); WTA, $226,750 (Intl.); Surface: Hard-OutdoorMens Singles Quarter“ nalsStefanos Tsitspas (10), Greece, def. David Gof“ n (3), Belgium, 6-3, 6-4. Alexander Zverev (1), Germany, def. Kei Nishikori (7), Japan, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. Alex de Minaur, Australia, def. Andy Murray, Britain, wal koverWomens Singles Quarter“ nalsAndrea Petkovic, Germany, def. Belinda Bencic (6), Switzerland, 6-3, 2-6, 7-6 (8).Mens Doubles Quarter“ nalsJamie Murray, Britain, and Bruno Soares (4), Brazil, def. Divij Sharan, India, and Artem Sitak, New Zealand, 4-6, 6-1, 10-5. Raven Klaasen, South Africa, and Michael Venus, New Zealand, def. Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah, Colombia, 6-7 (4), 7-6 (4), 10-6.Womens Doubles Semi“ nalsAlexa Guarachi, Chile, and Erin Routliffe, New Zealand, def. Kristie Ahn and Lauren Davis, United States, 7-5, 3-6, 10-8.THURSDAYS RESULTS Mens Singles Second RoundAlex de Minaur, Australia, def. Steve Johnson (11), United States, 6-4, 7-5. Andrey Rublev (16), Russia, def. Tommy Paul, United States, 7-6 (5), 6-4. Noah Rubin, United States, def. John Isner (2), United States, 6-4, 7-6 (6).Third RoundDavid Gof“ n (3), Belgium, def. Frances Tiafoe (13), United States, 6-0, 6-3. Stefanos Tsitspas (10), Greece, def. James Duckworth, Australia, 6-3, 6-4. Alexander Zverev (1), Germany, def. Mischa Zverev (15), Germany, 6-3, 7-5. Kei Nishikori (7), Japan, def. Denis Shapovalov (9), Canada, 7-6 (1), 6-3. Andrey Rublev (16), Russia, def. Noah Rubin, United States, 6-3, 6-2. Denis Kudla, United States, def. Lucas Pouille (6), France, 7-5, 6-7 (6), 7-6 (5). Andy Murray, Britain, def. Marius Copil, Romania, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-6 (4). Alex de Minaur, Australia, def. Chung Hyeon (8), North Korea, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2.Womens Singles Second RoundBelinda Bencic (6), Switzerland, def. Nao Hibino, Japan, wal kover. Donna Vekic (7), Croatia, def. Fanny Stollar, Hungary, 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (13). Zheng Saisai, China, def. Ysaline Bonaventure, Belgium, 6-4, 6-4. Allie Kiick, United States, def. Katie Boulter, Britain, 6-4, 5-7, 6-1. Yulia Putintseva (8), Kazakhstan, def. Jennifer Brady, United States, 7-5, 6-2. Magda Linette, Poland, def. Naomi Osaka (3), Japan, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3. Svetlana Kuznetsova, Russia, def. Ana Bogdan, Romania, 6-2, 6-1.Mens Doubles First RoundAlexander and Mischa Zverev, Germany, def. Oilver Marach, Austria, and Mate Pavic (1), Croatia, 6-1, 6-4.Womens Doubles Quarter“ nalsYsaline Bonaventure, Belgium, and Fanny Stollar, Hungary, def. Chan Hao-ching, Taiwan, and Yang Zhaoxuan (1), China, 7-5, 4-6, 10-3. Alexa Guarachi, Chile, and Erin Routliffe (4), New Zealand, def. Louisa Chirico and Allie Kiick, United States, wal kover.ATP WORLD TOURGENERALI OPENFriday at Kitzbueheler Tennis Club, Kitzbuehel, Austria Purse: $584,250 (WT250); Surface: Clay-OutdoorMens Singles Semi“ nalsDenis Istomin, Uzbekistan, def. Nicolas Jarry, Chile, 7-5, 6-7 (4), 6-4. Martin Klizan, Slovakia, def. Jaume Munar, Spain, 7-6 (3), 6-3.Mens Doubles Quarter“ nalsDaniele Bracciali, Italy, and Federico Delbonis, Argentina, def. Max Mirnyi, Belarus, and Philipp Oswald (2), Austria, 7-5, 4-6, 10-8.Semi“ nalsRoman Jebavy, Czech Republic, and Andres Molteni, Argentina, def. Tim Puetz and JanLennard Struff (4), Germany, 7-6 (4), 6-3. Daniele Bracciali, Italy, and Federico Delbonis, Argentina, def. Jurgen Melzer, Austria, and Philipp Petzschner, Germany, 6-2, 3-0 retired.ABIERTO MEXICANO DE TENIS MICELThursday at Cabo del Mar, Los Cabos, Mexico; Purse: $715,455 (WT250); Surface: Hard-OutdoorMens Singles Quarter“ nalsDamir Dzumhur (3), Bosnia and Herzegovina, def. Michael Mmoh, United States, 6-2, 6-3. Fabio Fognini (2), Italy, def. Yoshihito Nishioka, Japan, 6-2, 6-2. Cameron Norrie, Britain, def. Adrian Mannarino (4), France, 6-4, 6-4. Juan Martin del Potro (1), Argentina, def. Egor Gerasimov, Belarus, 6-1, 6-1.Mens Doubles Quarter“ nalsMarcelo Arevalo, El Salvador, Argentina, and Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela (3), Mexico, def. Hans Hach Verdugo, Mexico, and Andreas Siljestrom, Sweden, 7-6 (5), 6-2. Romain Arneodo, Monaco, and Nicholas Monroe (4), United States, def. Austin Krajicek, United States, and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan, India, 7-5, 6-4. Andre Begemann, Germany, and Ivo Karlovic, Croatia, def. Fabricio Neis and Fernando Romboli, Brazil, 6-3, 7-6 (11). Taylor Fritz, United States, and Thanasi Kokkinakis, Australia, def. Jonathan Erlich, Israel, and Joe Salisbury (2), Britain, 7-6 (4), 6-4.WTA TOURMUBADALA SILICON VALLEY CLASSIC(U.S. Open Series)Friday at SJSU Tennis Center, San Jose, Calif. Purse: $799,000 (Premier); Surface: Hard-OutdoorWomens Singles Quarter“ nalsMihaela Buzarnescu (5), Romania, def. Ajla Tomljanovic, Australia, 6-1, 7-5. Elise Mertens (4), Belgium, def. Johanna Konta, Britain, 7-6 (4), 6-3. Victoria Azarenka, Belarus, def. Danielle Collins, United States, 7-6 (4), 3-0 retired.THURSDAYS RESULTS Womens Singles Second Round Mihaela Buzarnescu (5), Romania, def. Amanda Anisimova, United States, 7-5, 2-6, 6-1. Maria Sakkari, Greece, def. Timea Babos (8), Hungary, 6-0, 6-1. Ajla Tomljanovic, Australia, def. Magdalena Frech, Poland, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. Venus Williams (3), United States, def. Heather Watson, Britain, 6-4, 4-6, 6-0.Womens Doubles Quarter“ nalsLatisha Chan, Taiwan, and Kveta Peschke (1), Czech Republic, def. So“ a Kenin, United States, and Aryna Sabalenka, Belarus, walkover. Anna Blinkova and Natela Dzalamidze, Russia, def. Lyudmyla and Nadia Kichenok (3), Ukraine, 6-1, 2-6, 10-6.TRANSACTIONSBASEBALLAmerican LeagueBALTIMORE ORIOLES „ Placed RHP Jhan Martinez on the 10-day DL. Recalled RHP Evan Phillips from Norfolk (IL). BOSTON RED SOX „ Placed UT Blake Swihart on the 10-day DL. Selected the contract of C Dan Butler from Pawtucket (IL). CHICAGO WHITE SOX „ Placed C Kevan Smith on paternity leave. Recalled C Dustin Garneau from Charlotte (IL). CLEVELAND INDIANS „ Designated RHP Zach McAllister for assignment. Reinstated LHP Andrew Miller from the 60-day DL. Sent RHPs Josh Tomlin and Evan Marshall to Columbus (IL) for rehab assignments. HOUSTON ASTROS „ Sent SS Carlos Correa to Corpus Christi (TL) for a rehab assignment. Recalled LHP Cionel Prez from Fresno (PCL). Placed RHP Chris Devenski on the 10-day DL, retroactive to July 31. KANSAS CITY ROYALS „ Sent LHP Eric Skoglund to Omaha (PCL) for a rehab assignment. MINNESOTA TWINS „ Claimed OF Johnny Field off waivers from Cleveland and optioned him to Rochester (IL). Claimed RHP Oliver Drake off waivers from Toronto. NEW YORK YANKEES „ Optioned RHP Luis Cessa to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL). Recalled RHP Tommy Kahnle from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. OAKLAND ATHLETICS „ Optioned OF Dustin Fowler to Nashville (PCL). Assigned RHP Carlos Ramirez outright to Nashville. Recalled OF Roman Laureano from Nashville. SEATTLE MARINERS „ Optioned SS Zach Vincej to Tacoma (PCL). Assigned 2B Gordon Beckham outright to Tacoma. Reinstated 3B Kyle Seager from paternity leave. TAMPA BAY RAYS „ Placed OF Tommy Pham on the 10-day DL. Recalled LHP Adam Kolarek from Durham (IL). TORONTO BLUE JAYS „ Optioned OF Dwight Smith Jr. to Buffalo (IL). Designated OF Darnell Sweeney for assignment. Signed RHP Mike Hauschild to a one-year contract.National LeagueARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS „ Optioned RHP Silvino Bracho to Reno (PCL). ATLANTA BRAVES „ Optioned RHP Wes Parsons to Gwinnett (IL). CHICAGO CUBS „ Placed LHP Brian Duensing on the 10-day DL. Recalled LHP Randy Rosario from Iowa (PCL). CINCINNATI REDS „ Optioned RHP Tyler Mahle to Louisville (IL). Recalled RHP Jesus Reyes from Louisville. LOS ANGELES DODGERS „ Sent LHPs Hyun-Jin Ryu and Zac Rosscup to Rancho Cucamonga (Cal) for rehab assignments. MILWAUKEE BREWERS „ Named Mike Brockman senior director of facilities. NEW YORK METS „ Placed LHP Steven Matz on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Wednesday. Recalled RHP Corey Oswalt from Las Vegas (PCL). PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES „ Optioned RHPs Yacksel Rios and Jake Thompson to Lehigh Valley (IL). Reinstated LHP Adam Morgan from paternity leave. PITTSBURGH PIRATES „ Optioned RHP Nick Kingham and LHP Steven Brault to Indianapolis (IL). Recalled RHP Dovydas Neverauskas from Indianapolis. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS „ Sent 2B Kolten Wong to Peoria (MWL) for a rehab assignment. SAN DIEGO PADRES „ Sent RHP Bryan Mitchell to Lake Elsinore (Cal) for a rehab assignment.American AssociationFARGO-MOORHEAD REDHAWKS „ Sold the contract of LHP Sebastian Kessay to the Arizona Diamondbacks.Atlantic LeagueLONG ISLAND DUCKS „ Signed LHP Fernando Abad.Can-Am LeagueQUEBEC CAPITALES „ Released INF Jonathan Malo. Signed INF Yordan Manduley.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationATLANTA HAWKS „ Signed C Alex Len. DALLAS MAVERICKS „ Re-signed C Salah Majri.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueDETROIT LIONS „ Waived/injured WR Deontez Alexander. Signed WR Dom Williams. Removed DE Cornelius Washington from the non-football injury list. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS „ Restored G Jeremy Vujnovich from the PUP list. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS „ Signed WR Eric Decker. NEW YORK GIANTS„ Waived DB Kenneth Durden. Signed DB Leonard Johnson. NEW YORK JETS „ Signed DL Kendall Reyes. Waived/injured DL Shaneil Jenkins. TENNESSEE TITANS „ Placed S Johnathan Cyprien on injured reserve. Waived/injured DL Connor Flagel. Agreed to terms with OT Laurence Gibson. Removed TE Phillip Supernaw from the PUP list.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueDALLAS STARS „ Signed C Gemel Smith to a one-year contract.SOCCERMajor League SoccerLOS ANGELES FC „ Signed D Danilo Silva on a “ ve-month loan from Internacional (Serie A-Brazil). NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION „ Signed D Michael Mancienne on free transfer from Nottingham Forest (Championship League-England). ORLANDO CITY SC „ Traded M Justin Meram to Columbus for targeted allocation money and an international roster slot. TORONTO FC „ Traded an international roster slot to Los Angeles FC for general allocation money.COLLEGESCAL STATE NORTHRIDGE „ Named Tony Castro assistant mens soccer coach. CAMPBELL „ Named Weston Glaser linebackers coach. LSU „ Suspended football G Ed Ingram inde“ nitely. N.C. STATE „ Announced transfer TE Cary Angeline will be eligible to play after sitting out the “ rst three games. TENNESSEE TECH „ Named Jimmy Redovian assistant baseball coach.CALENDARMLBAug. 31 „ Last day to be contracted to an organization and be eligible for postseason roster. Oct. 2-3 „ Wild-card games. November TBA „ Deadline for teams to make qualifying offers to their eligible former players who became free agents, “ fth day after World Series. November TBA „ Deadline for free agents to accept qualifying offers, 15th day after World Series. Nov. 6-8 „ General managers meetings, Carlsbad, Calif. Nov. 8-15 „ All-Star tour of Japan. Nov. 30 „ Last day for teams to offer 2019 contracts to unsigned players on their 40-man rosters. Dec. 9 „ Hall of Fame Todays Game committee vote announced, Las Vegas. Dec. 10-13 „ Winter meetings, Las Vegas.2019Jan. 11 „ Salary arbitration “ gures exchanged. Feb. 1-20 „ Salary arbitration hearings, St. Petersburg, Fla. March 20-21 „ Opening series, Seattle vs. Oakland at Tokyo. June 29-30 „ New York Yankees vs. Boston at London.NBASept. 7 „ Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2018 enshrinement ceremony, Spring“ eld, Mass.NFLAug. 5 „ Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Canton, Ohio.

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Page 6 SP www.yoursun.com Saturday, August 4, 2018 / The SunCOLLEGE FOOTBALLLatest facilities craze: Football-only buildingsBY MATT BAKERTampa Bay TimesTo understand the frontline of a college football arms race thats playing out in Florida and across the nation, look to the extremes. There are the big and bold extravagances that wow recruits „ like barbershops, mini-golf courses and TVs staring out from bathroom mirrors. And there are the tiny, seemingly insignificant details that coaches, architects and designers scrutinize „ like where to put every door in a 100,000-square-foot palace. The combination of gold-plated luxuries and meticulously devised logistics are why programs from Florida to Oregon State are pouring millions into the sports latest facilities craze. The football-only complex. Literally everyone and their brother is building a football-only facility right nowƒŽ said Matt Huml, who has studied their impacts as an assistant professor of sport management at Texas Tech. If you dont have a football-only facility, youre wanting to build one. If you do, then youre wanting to improve it.Ž Huml isnt exaggerating by much. A conservative count shows at least 17 of the 65 Power Five programs have opened or renovated football-only complexes since 2013. The combined cost: more than $800 million. Add in at least seven other projects that are in the works, and the total hits $1.2 billion. UF plans to begin construction on its $65 million stand-alone facility by early 2020. USF is raising money for a $40 million, 160,000-square-foot complex that would include a players lounge, offices and an indoor practice facility. Florida State is studying the logistics of building one, but its lack of progress influenced coach Jimbo Fishers decision to bolt for Texas A&M (whose Bright Football Complex underwent a $21 million renovation in 2014). The Gators, Seminoles and every other program already have the weight room, locker room, nutrition center and office space these football castles include. Whats different is how theyre all incorporated. All that stuff occurs in one spaceƒŽ said Vito Privitera, a senior project designer at design firm HNTB. Efficiency is key.Ž To see that efficiency, consider one of HNTBs projects: Kentuckys Joe Craft Football Training Facility. € € € When tight end C.J. Conrad arrived at Kentucky as a four-star recruit in 2015, the Wildcats facilities were spread out. Tutoring sessions and practice fields were more than a mile apart. That changed in July 2016, when the Wildcats opened their $45 million, 100,000-square-foot complex next to Kroger Field. Everythings there,Ž Conrad said. Its all there because a programs most limited resource is time. NCAA rules limit coaches to only four hours of player interaction daily, and players schedules are packed with class and training. If a new building can eliminate a 15-minute trip across campus, thats 15 extra minutes they can spend watching film, studying or unwinding. The same principle applies to a facilitys layout. The Wildcats weight room flows to the practice fields, so players can transition easily from lifts to sprints. The practice fields flow to the 52-degree plunge pool for recovery. The hydrotherapy area flows to the locker room, where players can shower and change before heading to tutoring, meetings or the players lounge. Its just functionality,Ž Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said. Similar functionality exists at other complexes. Mississippi States team meeting room has a sliding wall to quickly split into offense and defense. Penn State and Clemson have nutrition centers adjacent to their weight rooms so players can immediately refuel after workouts. Contrast that efficiency to UF, where the Gators must walk past the OConnell Center, a parking garage and McKethan Stadium to get from their lockers to the practice fields. Considering coach Dan Mullens goal is to develop talent better than anyone else in the country, wasting 10 minutes that other programs are maximizing is a problem. Thats why the Gators toured facilities at Kentucky and Clemson and hope to study the flow of corporate offices like Google to get ideas for their new complex. I want guys efficiently moving around the building,Ž said Mullen, who helped plan the Mississippi State complex that opened in 2013. I dont want a line walking out of the team meeting room. I want to efficiently get in and out fast.Ž Which means even a detail like where you enter a room is important. To figure out where to put a single door at a position room in UFs proposed 130,000-square-foot facility, the architecture firm HOK will find out the minutiae of the Gators schedule. Where is that position coach coming from? Where is he going next? If the coach needs to exit the meeting first but cant get to the door before his players do, then the design team failed. Its just like NASCAR,Ž said Nate Appleman, HOKs director of sports, recreation and engagement. Were talking about shaving a few seconds, 30 seconds, a minute with each of these little moves. But over the course of a day and over the course of a year, it all adds up.Ž And what has it all added up to at Kentucky? For Conrad, its an hour a day. At least,Ž Conrad said. As important as that efficiency is, only part of this facility boom centers on maximizing players time. The bigger part is getting them on campus in the first place. € € € The recruiting pitch at football-only complexes begins when you walk through the door. Clemsons lobby shows off its championship trophies. At Penn State, a wall of its classic uniforms highlights the programs All-America history. Kentucky cant match the tradition of either, so the Wildcats facility tries to excite prospects with a glimpse of what it would be like to join them. The grand entrance shows off their array of uniform options. To help recruits picture themselves in them, theres an interactive display, so they can customize their own look. If thats not enough, a set of screens provides an immersive, 180-degree view of what its like to run onto Kroger Field. Its about the experienceƒŽ said Michael McClurg, who worked on the project as the president of the graphics and branding firm Forty Nine Degrees. We really wanted to engage them in an interactive way and expose them to the gameday experience.Ž McClurg said coaches are always trying to outdo each other with outof-the-box ideas that command attention. Some of those features have semi-functional purposes. Clemsons mini-golf course and bowling alley provide entertainment in a town of 17,000 residents, and its famed slide is a quick way to get from secondfloor meetings to the field. Former Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin had TVs embedded in the Aggies bathroom mirrors to encourage players to spend an extra moment grooming themselves. But its hard to see the practicality of other luxuries, like the 64 giant screens that welcome visitors to Oregons $68 million palace. Its very much all in the competitive nature to recruit athletes,Ž said Jeff Volk, who worked on facilities at Kansas State and Kentucky as the vice president of Alpha Video Sports & Entertainment Group. While theres certainly training applications both physically and mentally, a large, large part of it is trying to get (recruits) on campus from wherever they live to wherever they are.Ž Coaches believe that process starts before the building even opens. South Carolinas Will Muschamp said he can already see a shift on the recruiting trail, even though the Gamecocks $50 million complex wont open until December. It shows the investment were making at the University of South Carolina into our football program,Ž Muschamp said. No doubt, its changed the game a little bit for us in recruiting.Ž TAMPA BAY TIMESA rendering of the Florida Gators $65 million football-only complex. Associated PressATLANTA „ Angel McCoughtry scored 21 points, Tiffany Hayes added 19 and the Atlanta Dream beat the Chicago Sky 89-74 on Friday night. Atlanta closed the third quarter on a 6-0 run, for a 64-59 lead, and held Chicago to 4-of-17 shooting in the frame. Hayes and Alex Bentley each made a 3-pointer on Atlantas first two possessions of the fourth quarter for a 70-59 lead and the Dream led by at least seven points the rest of the way. Jessica Breland had 13 points and nine rebounds for Atlanta (17-10). The second-place Dream are three games back of Seattle (20-7) in the playoff standings and one game ahead of Los Angeles (16-11). Courtney Vandersloot led Chicago (10-18) with 24 points, seven assists and four steals. Allie Quigley was held to eight points. Vandersloot sank a running 3-pointer just before the halftime buzzer, capping Chicagos 9-0 run for a 43-42 lead. She had 16 points in the first half, including 3-of-3 shooting fro m 3-point range.WNBA ATLANTA 89, CHICAGO 74McCoughtry scores 21, 2nd-place Dream top Sky BY JOHN KEKISAssociated PressMichael Johnsons big grin never seems to disappear because he is doing what he loves. The smile sticks out as he drives the No. 54 Audi for JDC-Miller Motorsports in the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge. So does his other set of wheels „ the wheelchair he uses when hes not behind the wheel. I do it (racing) to get myself out of the wheelchair. Its a big thing,Ž said Johnson, who is paralyzed from the waist down. Im a totally separate person (in the car). I dont have to deal with any of the stresses in life. I can really just focus on what Im really good at „ driving a race car and having fun doing it.Ž The native of Flint, Michigan, is one of a handful of disabled race car drivers competing worldwide at the top levels. One of his heroes, former open-wheel star Alex Zanardi, lost his lower legs in a crash in Germany nearly two decades ago. Now 51, Zanardi, a twotime CART champion who also drove in Formula One, returned to racing, won in world touring cars and is still driving Turns out the 25-yearold Johnson is good enough to win, too. Johnson and co-driver Stephen Simpson combined for their first win on July 21 at Lime Rock, Connecticut. It was their third straight podium of the season and another positive sign for Johnson in his recovery from a devastating crash. Its been a fantastic evolution,Ž said Simpson, whos helped coach Johnson for the past seven years. Weve gone on a long road together.Ž Johnson won 14 national motorcycle championships by age 12 and was on the cusp of landing a deal for a permanent ride with a manufacturer when his budding career skidded to a dramatic halt on a dirt track in Canada in 2005. He was involved in a crash in Sarnia, Ontario, suffering a broken collarbone, broken left ankle, broken left leg, broken ribs and, worst of all, two fractured vertebrae in his back, which caused the paralysis. The first thing out of his mouth was, Dont make me quit racing,Ž said his father, Tim, a former motorcycle racer. Four rods and 15 screws were inserted in Michaels back during an 11-hour operation. Johnson spent a couple of months in the hospital and another month at home in bed. It happens in racing, so Im not going to dwell on it,Ž Johnson said. That was 13 years ago. Ive moved on.Ž IndyCar team owner Sam Schmidt, who also was paralyzed in a crash, advised Johnson to get involved with Skip Barber Racing. After lawyers approved his entry into the formula car series, Johnson ran a partial schedule in 2010 with modified hand controls. He competed in the entire summer series the next year, winning at Watkins Glen and twice at Elkhart Lake among seven podium finishes. Its not a surprise,Ž Tim Johnson said. Theres no doubt in my mind he would have been a professional (motorcycle) champion. He had the passion and, more importantly, he had the work ethic to make it happen.Ž Paraplegic race car driver scores 1st pro win, seeks moreAUTO RACINGAP PHOTOMichael Johnson explains how he drives his No. 54 Audi in the garage at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis., on Thursday. Johnson, who is paralyzed from the waist down, is coming off his first professional win in the TCR class of the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge. Associated PressLYTHAM ST. ANNES, England „ Pornanong Phatlum of Thailand is standing out at the Womens British Open for more than just her pink golf ball. The 97th-ranked player has yet to drop a shot in two straight rounds of 5-under 67 that will give her a one-stroke lead heading into the weekend at the years fourth major. While first-round leader Minjee Lee and Mamiko Higa encountered problems down the stretch at a rainy Royal Lytham to give up two-shot leads on Friday, Pornanong played a steady hand and put her pink ball in all the right places „ explicitly, out of the many bunkers that define the course. The 28-year-old Thai missed a 10-foot putt for birdie in front of the clubhouse on the 18th green but that didnt get her down. She was 10 under par overall. Ive had a game plan,Ž Pornanong said. I try to plan every shot, every hole.Ž Top-ranked Ariya Jutanugarn was seven shots back after rounds of 71 and 70, No. 6 Shanshan Feng (71-71) was one stroke further back, and No. 2 Inbee Park (76-74) missed the cut. Only six players were inside five shots of Pornanong. They have pedigree, though. In a three-way share of second place on 9 under is Lee, who was clear at 12 under before she doublebogeyed No. 16 and dropped another shot at No. 17 to post a 70. Lee, the Australian at a career-high ranking of No. 8, was runner-up on the Gullane links in the Ladies Scottish Open last week. Home favorite Georgia Hall (68) was in the tie for second place along with Higa, who was leading by two strokes on 11 under when she lost her ball in a gorse bush at No. 17 and wound up with a doublebogey 6. GOLFPornanong leads Womens British Open after 2nd 67

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JosephPisani;J.Paschke € AP Source:FactSet For years, Amazon was known as a company that brought in lots of revenue but very little profit, spending most of what it earned on building warehouses and making other investments. But thats changing. For three consecutive quarters, the online retailer has reported profits of more than $1 billion. In its most recent quarter, it shot past $2 billion for the first time. Amazons growing profit comes mostly from its cloud computing business, which sells web services to companies and the government. At the unit, called Amazon Web Services, profit jumped 79 percent from a year ago. Profitability is improving at its retail business, but costs remain high, especially as it expands internationally. Analysts at Benchmark expect Amazons cloud computing business to keep growing, writing that the companys profit engineŽ is just getting started.Ž Amazon says its burgeoning advertising business, which sells ad space to companies that want to reach Amazon shoppers, is another growing profit stream for it.Amazon delivers profitsAmazons quarterly profitsAmazon (AMZN)Amazon rising: Amazons profits and stock price have risen steadily in recent years. 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 $2.5 billion Q2 Q1 Q4 Q3 Q2 Q1 Q4 Q3 Q2 Q1 Q4 Q3 Q2 15 16 17 18 0 500 1,000 1,500 $2,000 18 17 16 15Jan 31, 2014: $310.35 Fridays close: $1,823.29 Source: Real Capital Analytics *si nce 2007 Alex Veiga; Alex Nieves € APAfter a buying spree that ran nearly 10 years, it seems Chinese investors are more eager to sell than purchase U.S. commercial properties. That  s what transaction data show happened in the second quarter, according to Real Capital Analytics, a real estate firm. They had been on a tear just putting a lot of capital into U.S. commercial real estate and this is the first time they did not,Ž says Jim Costello, senior vice president at Real Capital Analytics. Since 2000 Chinese investors have bought more than $54.1 billion in U.S. commercial properties, much of it in New York. In that same period, they sold about $5.3 billion in properties, according to RCA data. That flipped in the second quarter of this year as commercial property sales by Chinese investors jumped to $1.3 billion. Why are Chinese investors suddenly selling? The Chinese government has begun to take a dim view of Chinese investors buying overseas real estate, and that  s not likely to change in the near future, Costello says. We  re going to continue to see a steady drumbeat of sales,Ž he says.China sours on U.S. real estate Office Dev Site Senior Housing Retail Apartment Hotel Industrial -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 $12 billion Acquisitions $54.1b* Dispositions $5.3b*Chinese investment in U.S. commercial properties 13  14  15  16  17  18 Record quarter Q4  15, $10.5b acquisitions and $0.2b dispositions Top Weekly Exchange Traded Funds $0$550$1,100 Copper Gold Emerging-market stocks Asian stocks Investment-grade bonds European stocks High-yield bonds Utilities stocks REITs S&P 500 Health care stocks Small-cap stocks Oil Technology stocks 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. 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The software maker said billings from business customers fell short of its projections and it lowered its forecasts. The video game publisher raised its annual forecasts after a strong first quarter. U.S. stocks rose Friday after the Labor Department said hiring remained solid in July and strong quarterly earnings continued to boost the market. There was little reaction to China's threat to put tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. goods. 110 120 $130 MJJ Take-Two InteractiveTTWO Close: $123.41 10.17 or 9.0% $86.76$130.43 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 8.0m ( 4.1x avg.) $14.1 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 81.7 ... 15 20 25 $30 MJJ SymantecSYMC Close: $19.25 -1.63 or -7.8% $17.81$34.20 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 48.6m ( 4.5x avg.) $12.0 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 10.5 1.6% 55 60 $65 MJJ Kraft HeinzKHC Close: $64.48 5.08 or 8.6% $54.11$87.58 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 16.1m ( 3.5x avg.) $78.6 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 7.1 3.9% Best Stocks One MonthBEST LARGE-CAP STOCKS Gol Linhas Inteleg GOL 7.80 -1.5 35.4 18.8 ... ... 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Consumer Services 0.1 1.7 7.3 *&^#! | 998763 20.0 7. Basic Material -0.5 1.3 2.3 *&^#! | 976541 10.2 8. Telecommunications 2.3 0.1 4.3 87631 | -6.2 9. Utilities 1.1 -0.1 3.4 *&^!21 | -0.1 10. Oil & Gas -1.6 -0.9 2.3 *&^#! | 99762 16.5 PERCENT CHANGE %RTN INDUSTRY 1WK 1MO 1QTR 1YR Food & Drug Retailers -0.1 3.2 9.1 (&# | 6531 5.9 Supervalu Inc SVU +0.5 +43.7 +92.0 (&# | 94 +29.4 Natural Grocers NGVC +19.5 +34.2 +104.1 (&# | 9876541 +56.2 Vitamin Shoppe Inc VSI +10.2 +21.0 +90.1 *^%!852 | -16.3 Simply Good Foocs Co SMPL -1.1 +10.1 +30.8 (&# | 9764321 +40.8 Walgreen Boots Alli WBA -2.1 +6.2 +5.3 *^%$!842 | -15.4 General Retailers 0.2 2.0 11.2 (&# | 986541 49.0 Bridgepoint Educ BPI +5.4 +100.0 +122.4 (&# | 9643 +33.4 PCM Inc PCMI +16.5 +41.3 +87.5 (&# | 99876431 +83.3 Container Store Grp TCS +63.4 +28.5 +75.5 (&# | 998761 +81.9 GrubHub Inc GRUB -3.8 +16.4 +27.6 (&# | 99983 +173.9 Barnes & Noble BKS -0.8 +12.4 +5.4 *&$#@76531 | -13.1 Media 1.4 1.1 9.0 (^%521 | -2.2 Rubicon Project RUBI +18.2 +23.9 +62.7 &^%#!874321 | -23.0 Groupon Inc GRPN +0.4 +11.5 +3.2 (&# | 7643 +12.1 Disney DIS +1.3 +8.9 +12.8 (&# | 64321 +5.3 Comcast Corp A CMCSA +0.9 +5.4 +10.8 *&%$@7641 | -11.7 Digital Turbine Inc APPS +19.8 +5.4 -5.4 (&# | 97431 +37.0 Travel & Leisure -1.0 0.9 -2.6 (&# | 542 2.9 Habit Restaurants HABT +30.1 +33.6 +64.2 (^$#5321 | -2.6 Azul SA ADS AZUL -1.9 +23.3 -30.6 &$#!876532 | -27.4 TravelCenters Am TA +1.2 +20.8 +19.2 (&# | 8651 +19.7 United Contl Hldgs UAL +1.7 +14.6 +19.1 (&# | 86521 +19.9 Inspired Entertain INSE +3.8 +14.0 +38.0 973 | -36.0Consumer Services (best performers)Excludes stocks with market values less than $100 million. 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64.20 -1.35 +5.4 Albemarle N ALB 1.34f 1.4 20 144.99 86.75 787 92.61 6386 94.53 90.08 -.65 -27.6 Albireo Q ALBO 39.87 20.25 39 32.35 186 32.77 29.73 +1.38 +26.4tAlcentra h Q ABDC .72 11.5 12.01 5.75 61 6.27 606 6.27 5.75 +.17 -25.3 Alcoa Cp N AA 22 62.35 35.67 2102 42.72 15118 43.68 41.46 -.50 -20.7sAlderBioPh Q ALDR 19.95 8.60 564 19.00 4014 19.95 17.65 +.60 +65.9 AldeyraTh Q ALDX 11.90 3.90 59 6.95 393 7.45 6.75 -.35 +2.2 AlexB Inc N ALEX .28 1.2 33 30.35 20.83 618 24.17 1779 24.33 22.81 +.90 -12.9 Alexanders N ALX 18.00 4.9 436.80 332.98 5 365.06 23 376.49 361.39 -7.77 -7.8 AlexREE N ARE 3.72f 2.9 32 134.37 114.00 429 127.46 3846 128.35 121.61 +4.91 -2.4 AlxRE pfD N AREpD 1.75 5.0 37.59 33.99 35.11 5 35.38 34.41 +.57 -5.1 AlexcoR g A AXU 1.85 1.10 267 1.24 631 1.25 1.18 +.04 -22.0 Alexion lf Q ALXN 47 149.34 102.10 2496 123.67 10547 133.72 122.81 -8.16 +3.4 AlgonPw n N AQN .51f 11.34 9.45 97 10.07 671 10.16 9.68 +.29 -9.8 Alibaba N BABA 54 211.70 147.50 18227 180.84 96934 190.59 179.78 -8.58 +4.9 Alico Q ALCO .24 .8 34.80 25.55 2 31.15 9 32.10 31.15 +5.6 AlignTech Q ALGN 385.00 165.18 712 363.51 5093 369.49 341.24 +9.74 +63.6 AlimerSc h Q ALIM 1.61 .74 267 .96 1050 1.13 .80 -.12 -28.1 Alio Gld rs A ALO 4.94 1.32 124 1.35 461 1.40 1.35 -.05 -63.2 Alkermes Q ALKS 71.22 39.54 566 43.75 4088 44.80 43.07 -.16 -20.1sAllakos n Q ALLK 45.95 26.00 102 41.02 970 45.95 39.00 +1.23 +31.3sAllegCp N Y 639.42 521.07 49 642.98 185 643.35 621.49 +17.99 +7.9 AllegTch N ATI 30.25 17.65 922 27.28 6192 28.53 27.04 -.88 +13.0 AllgnceBc n Q ABTX 31 46.85 31.75 22 44.35 105 45.40 43.85 -.25 +17.8 AllegiantT Q ALGT 2.80 2.2 10 181.45 111.54 204 125.10 1074 125.75 119.20 +.25 -19.2 Allegion N ALLE .84 1.0 89.81 73.85 302 81.72 2882 82.45 80.24 +.12 +2.7 AllegMrg un Q ALGRU 10.22 10.04 106 10.19 874 10.20 10.05 +.01 +1.5 AllenaPh n Q ALNA 17.56 6.13 41 10.30 403 11.48 9.82 +.28 +2.4 Allergan N AGN 2.88 1.5 12 255.52 142.81 1425 185.93 10750 187.93 178.64 +7.31 +13.7 Allete N ALE 2.24 3.0 22 81.24 66.64 218 75.78 1179 77.61 75.00 -1.38 +1.9 AlliCAMun N AKP .70 5.2 14.02 12.49 12 13.37 78 13.40 13.18 +.07 -1.6 AlliData N ADS 2.28 1.0 13 278.33 192.02 370 227.59 1700 230.56 223.11 +.25 -10.2tAll MMA n Q AMMA 3.07 .15 112 .17 627 .21 .15 -.04 -85.3 AlliBNtlMu N AFB .75 5.9 14.22 12.32 64 12.59 304 12.67 12.57 +.01 -6.0 AlliOne rs N AOI 30.70 9.85 85 16.75 651 17.70 13.60 +3.05 +26.4 AllnceRes Q ARLP 2.08f 10.4 5 21.90 15.55 484 20.00 2565 20.65 19.25 +1.00 +1.5 AlliBGlbHi N AWF .84 7.2 13.12 11.46 313 11.66 930 11.68 11.55 +.11 -8.6 AlliBern N AB 2.57e 9.1 13 30.80 22.55 541 28.10 2868 30.65 27.41 -1.58 +12.2 AlliantEg s N LNT 1.34 3.1 21 45.52 36.84 1797 42.76 7002 43.06 41.39 +.16 +.4 AlliGlCvInc N NCV .78 11.0 7.28 6.41 203 7.07 1066 7.10 6.99 +.04 +.6 AlliGblCv2 N NCZ .69 11.3 6.49 5.70 234 6.08 1365 6.11 6.00 +.02 -2.1 AlliNFJDv N NFJ 1.20 9.3 13.81 12.29 264 12.90 980 12.93 12.78 +.05 -1.1 AlliGlEqCv N NIE 1.52 6.7 23.45 19.03 110 22.74 537 23.25 22.71 -.25 +7.6 Allz24Tgt n N CBH 10.05 8.75 28 9.27 145 9.27 9.15 +.04 +1.9 AllnzgDI&Cv N ACV 2.00 8.2 24.38 20.03 26 24.37 144 24.38 24.00 +.21 +11.6 AlldCap47 N AFC 1.72 6.7 26.31 25.14 2 25.55 17 25.55 25.33 +.05 +.3 AldHlPrd rs Q AHPI 5.25 1.72 5 2.35 33 2.48 2.33 -.05 +12.4 AlliedMot Q AMOT .12 .3 45 51.80 22.78 56 46.22 359 49.05 43.71 +.61 +39.7 Alliqua rs Q ALQA 4.58 1.58 5 2.15 29 2.20 2.06 -.01 +18.8sAllisonTrn N ALSN .60 1.3 16 48.19 32.93 903 46.50 10746 48.19 41.76 +4.49 +8.0 AllotComm Q ALLT 6.09 4.74 5 5.24 241 5.30 5.02 +.08 -1.7 AllscriptH Q MDRX 16.13 10.78 5588 13.85 12935 14.02 11.99 +1.58 -4.8 Allstate N ALL 1.84 1.9 14 105.36 85.59 2681 98.05 10577 98.07 94.24 +3.41 -6.4 Allstat pfA N ALLpA 1.41 5.6 26.43 24.63 11 25.22 61 25.26 25.10 +.01 -1.5 Allstate 53 N ALLpB 1.28 5.0 27.67 25.10 11 25.75 89 26.13 25.59 -.30 -1.9 Allstat pfC N ALLpC 1.69 6.6 26.94 25.39 17 25.48 57 25.64 25.46 -.12 -2.1 Allstat pfD N ALLpD 1.66 6.4 27.98 25.60 7 25.77 21 25.88 25.73 +.04 -2.3tAllstat pfE N ALLpE 1.66 6.4 27.29 25.65 54 25.75 257 25.80 25.65 -.03 -1.9 Allstat pfF N ALLpF 1.56 6.0 27.67 25.02 43 26.06 90 26.26 25.95 -.21 -2.0 AllyFincl N ALLY .60f 2.3 11 31.29 21.81 3834 26.62 26487 28.08 26.11 -.48 -8.7tAlmadM n A AAU 1.32 .63 136 .65 608 .69 .63 -.01 -36.7 AlnylamP Q ALNY 153.99 70.76 1056 91.65 5383 104.57 91.41 -12.86 -27.9 AlphaOmg Q AOSL 18 18.72 12.92 51 13.28 371 13.85 12.95 -.46 -18.8 AlpUSQVal N QVAL 1.35e 4.3 33.51 25.01 2 31.75 113 31.88 31.21 +.30 +3.4 AlpValuIntl N IVAL 1.35e 4.4 35.03 30.29 3 30.97 171 31.62 30.84 -.43 -6.3 AlpMoIntQ N IMOM 33.00 26.78 1 28.60 27 29.62 28.57 -1.08 -5.8 AlpMoUSQ N QMOM 33.24 24.94 42 31.39 184 31.54 30.95 -.16 +9.7 AlpArcVl n N VMOT 31.39 25.52 8 28.76 92 29.15 28.40 -.36 -.8 AlphaPro A APT 17 4.25 3.15 28 3.40 111 3.60 3.25 -15.0 Alphabet C Q GOOG 34 1273.89 903.40 1072 1223.71 9127 1234.92 1204.79 -14.79 +16.9 Alphabet A Q GOOGL 37 1291.44 918.60 1061 1238.16 9590 1252.89 1216.19 -14.73 +17.5 Alphatc rs Q ATEC 4.27 1.58 318 2.87 939 2.98 2.58 +.08 +7.9tAlpImmu n Q ALPN 12.87 6.77 17 6.93 189 7.91 6.77 -1.15 -38.1 AlpTotDiv N AOD .69 7.8 10.03 8.39 8.85 -6.5 AlpsETF N GRI 1.52e 3.4 47.47 40.28 2 44.36 52 44.45 43.69 +.40 -1.3 AlpsEqSect N EQL 1.83e 2.5 73.29 63.89 2 72.05 17 72.07 71.32 +.47 +3.6 AlpDisrTc n N DTEC 29.82 24.40 74 28.50 136 28.54 28.00 +.08 +13.1 AlpsRtSec n Q SWIN 32.49 27.48 4 31.61 9 31.93 31.45 -.56 +6.2 AlpBzSoMed N BUZ 38.12 28.31 1 36.98 9 37.01 36.20 +.23 +15.4 AlpsRivFlex N RFFC 36.59 30.68 14 35.35 67 35.43 35.10 +.13 +1.8 Alps RivDiv N RFDA 33.92 28.25 10 33.10 56 33.13 32.74 +.23 +4.5 AlpRvrCare N RFCI 26.24 23.73 23 23.96 121 23.99 23.85 +.03 -3.0 AlpRivUncn N RFUN 26.57 24.98 8 25.27 57 25.31 25.14 +.10 -3.0tAlpSprtJG N SGDJ 38.94 27.59 41 27.89 173 28.67 27.59 -.47 -17.0 AlpMedBrk N SBIO 39.50 27.19 41 37.30 264 37.85 36.68 +.07 +13.8tAlpSprotG N SGDM .12e .7 22.94 18.15 19 18.34 180 18.70 18.15 -.16 -11.4 AlpWkplEq N EQLT .42e 1.1 39.15 32.95 1 37.41 4 37.41 36.95 +.15 +3.2 AlpEDvDg N EDOG .73e 3.2 27.38 20.95 2 22.48 17 22.57 22.26 +.07 -11.6 AlpAlerEn N ENFR 1.35e 5.8 24.50 19.24 3 23.21 171 23.21 22.61 +.61 +.5 AlpIntDvDg N IDOG 1.47e 5.4 30.26 26.64 33 27.37 181 27.86 27.23 -.24 -4.5 AlpBarr400 N BFOR .25e .6 44.75 36.66 2 44.40 42 44.50 43.78 +.43 +6.8 AlpRivStInc N RIGS .30e 1.2 25.76 24.23 22 24.50 171 24.51 24.32 +.09 -2.6 AlpsDvDog N SDOG 1.40e 3.1 49.27 41.57 233 45.89 619 45.92 45.20 +.68 +.2 AlpAlerMLP N AMLP 1.35e 12.1 12.06 9.01 13602 11.20 73199 11.23 10.67 +.55 +3.8tAltaMesa n Q AMR 10.79 5.86 430 6.02 4806 6.39 5.86 -.02 -39.3 Altaba Q AABA 82.45 56.84 25891 71.58 114618 74.59 71.03 -2.52 +2.5 Altair A n Q ALTR 37.77 16.55 178 35.30 1140 36.35 34.22 -.30 +47.6 Alteryx n N AYX 44.39 18.64 659 42.87 3875 43.49 38.58 +.92 +69.6 Altice n N ATUS 31.32 14.60 7472 17.25 30436 17.90 16.25 +.57 -9.6tAltimm rs Q ALT 3.16 .25 355 .34 4138 .40 .25 -.04 -83.2 AltisrcAst A AAMC 116.00 55.00 1 62.25 7 68.45 61.05 -1.40 -23.7 Altisrce n Q ASPS 2 36.34 19.28 47 32.88 271 35.06 31.13 -.10 +17.4 AltraIndlM Q AIMC .68 1.6 24 53.70 40.45 94 42.00 885 45.15 41.65 -2.65 -16.7 Altria N MO 2.80f 4.7 19 74.38 53.91 6163 59.73 40618 59.99 57.73 +1.83 -16.4 AlumChina N ACH 23.54 9.80 34 10.36 298 11.61 10.18 -.89 -42.2 AmTrstFn Q AFSI .34 2.3 15 16.21 8.80 510 14.53 3557 14.65 14.48 -.11 +44.3 ATrFn pfA N AFSIpA 1.69 9.0 25.28 13.96 6 18.83 29 18.94 18.51 -.12 -8.6 Market profile NYSE American Nasdaq AMD 53,040,500 18.49 -.30 Symantec lf 48,594,000 19.25 -1.63 Groupon 41,006,800 4.86 +.12 Apple Inc 33,402,400 207.99 +.60 GoPro 32,134,500 7.05 +1.06 Altaba 25,890,900 71.58 -.51 Facebook 24,712,800 177.78 +1.41 IQIYI n 23,089,000 28.50 -1.92 MicronT 22,862,300 52.81 -.59 Intel 22,003,500 49.63 +.15 WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg2706.02 -11.80CheniereEn 6,018,100 62.06 -1.26 NwGold g 4,805,800 1.32 +.05 TransEntx 4,695,800 5.23 -.15 NthnO&G 3,931,200 3.69 +.08 EnFuel grs 2,928,800 3.51 +.48 iShIndia bt 2,682,900 35.75 +.45 SRC Eng 2,234,100 11.39 -.21 22ndCentry 2,070,600 2.51 +.06 UraniumEn 1,804,800 1.77 +.02 B2gold g 1,603,900 2.45 +.01 GastarExp 90,004,200 .16 +.04 CorMedix 56,646,600 .63 +.12 Globalstar 50,135,800 .47 -.04 NwGold g 26,762,200 1.32 +.06 NthnO&G 26,494,000 3.69 +.44 AMD 464,296,000 18.49 -.45 HeliosM rs 359,207,400 .07 -1.93 Apple Inc 242,597,000 207.99 +17.01 Facebook 199,497,600 177.78 +2.89 CaesarsEnt 172,710,400 9.35 -1.90 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg 12953.36 +55.29 NYSE Advanced Declined Unchanged WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE S&P500ETF 53,887,900 283.60 +1.21 BkofAm 50,100,200 31.51 +.23 MFA Fncl 45,387,200 7.67 -.39 VanEGold 41,235,100 21.16 +.22 iShEMkts 41,043,500 44.21 +.34 GenElec 35,223,900 13.14 -.03 SPDR Fncl 34,886,200 28.12 +.16 iShBrazil 31,687,700 37.55 +1.32 Petrobras 29,673,400 12.53 +.61 SwstnEngy 27,153,000 5.09 +.19 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg S&P500ETF 303,012,500 283.60 +2.18 iShEMkts 301,180,100 44.21 -.48 BkofAm 294,291,500 31.51 +.45 SPDR Fncl 278,184,600 28.12 -.01 GenElec 236,715,900 13.14 +.08 WestmRs s 4.17 +148.2 ContainStr 10.90 +63.4 AegeanMP 2.00 +36.1 HorizGbl n 6.69 +23.9 PaycomSft 132.82 +23.0 SimpsnM 73.74 +22.8 AlliOne rs 16.75 +22.3 NOW Inc 17.31 +22.2 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg CastlightH 3.15 -39.4 Diebold 7.00 -35.5 PionEnSvc 3.20 -34.0 Titan Intl 7.12 -29.9 ION Geo rs 18.00 -29.8 BasicEn n 7.75 -28.8 Triple-S 25.94 -27.4 WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg Libbey 10.94 +56.7 UnvSecInst 1.80 +30.9 EnFuel grs 3.51 +28.1 ComndSec 1.70 +26.9 Majesco n 8.71 +15.8 Tengsco 1.08 +13.7 NthnO&G 3.69 +13.5 SprkNtSE wi 12.44 +12.1 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg AvalonHld 3.50 -65.9 Gastar pfA 2.98 -29.6 Gastar pfB 3.16 -28.3 OncoCyte n 2.30 -14.8 CPI Aero 8.40 -14.3 Pedevco rs 2.22 -12.6 GoldResrc 5.73 -11.7 Celgene rt 1.71 +55.5 HlthInsInn 44.25 +42.7 Oxbridge 2.30 +39.1 Internap rs 13.33 +38.6 Kalvista rs 11.00 +34.0 SodaStrm 116.36 +31.4 Lantronix 3.43 +30.4 HabitRest 14.70 +30.1 IFresh n 2.20 -44.3 WinsFin 33.38 -37.0 InnovBio rs 4.84 -28.9 CrssCtryHl 8.48 -27.7 IPG Photon 170.46 -27.7 NovusTher rs 5.25 -27.1 RevolutL rs 3.04 -27.17812.02 +9.33How 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 1,648 1,160 98 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,906 98 30 Advanced Declined Unchanged 125 155 28 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 308 6 9 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,168 1,693 189 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,050 92 67 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,632 1,286 58 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,976 209 140 Advanced Declined Unchanged 134 177 13 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 324 15 30 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,479 1,544 93 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,116 208 245 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, August 4, 2018

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18.60 1045 23.20 2903 25.17 21.30 +.95 -19.2 AXIS Cap N AXS 1.56 2.8 65.35 47.43 318 55.29 2337 57.09 54.87 -1.16 +10.0 AXIS pfD N AXSpD 1.38 5.5 25.98 23.79 3 25.17 27 25.24 24.96 +.16 -.2 AxisCap pfE N AXSpE 25.85 23.39 12 24.82 124 24.88 24.68 -.01 -1.4 AxoGen Q AXGN 56.85 14.30 943 38.45 6115 49.35 37.70 -10.80 +35.9 AxonEntpr Q AAXN 76.45 20.57 407 69.09 3315 71.00 65.49 +.33 +160.7 Axovant n Q AXON 27.98 1.02 724 2.09 4425 2.23 2.01 -.09 -60.3 AxsomeT n Q AXSM 6.45 2.05 33 2.58 965 2.68 2.55 -.03 -54.0 AytuBioSc n Q AYTU 6.82 .23 1673 .32 14919 .39 .27 +.03 -85.7 Azul n N AZUL 35.05 15.53 719 19.89 3245 20.38 18.34 -.39 -16.5tAzurRx n Q AZRX 5.25 2.20 16 2.31 238 2.69 2.20 +.03 -36.5 AzurePwr n N AZRE 18.10 12.53 11 15.30 68 15.90 14.73 -.23 +7.7B -:tB Comm Q BCOM 3.58e 20.49 7.12 1 7.08 18 7.96 7.08 -.90 -61.5 B&G Foods N BGS 1.90 6.1 9 39.75 22.00 1988 31.15 5099 32.20 28.50 -.05 -11.4 BRileyFn Q RILY .49e 2.2 23 23.70 15.15 87 21.95 335 23.40 21.35 +21.3tBRileyF 7.5 Q RILYL 1.88 7.4 26.84 25.02 4 25.34 71 25.34 25.02 +.13 -2.5 BRiley27 n Q RILYZ 1.88 7.5 26.20 24.76 27 24.95 88 24.99 24.86 +.06 -3.6 BRileyF27 n Q RILYG 25.90 24.49 17 24.80 77 24.97 24.52 +.09 -2.3 BRiley23 Q RILYH 1.84 7.3 25.72 25.07 12 25.36 90 25.45 25.24 +.04 +1.1 B2gold g A BTG 61 3.30 2.31 1604 2.45 14340 2.53 2.41 -.06 -21.0 BB&T Cp N BBT 1.62f 3.1 15 56.31 43.03 2587 51.60 18592 51.87 50.64 +.28 +3.8 BB&T pfD N BBTpD 26.35 24.87 22 25.90 66 25.97 25.79 -.07 +1.7 BB&T pfE N BBTpE 1.41 5.5 26.20 24.49 12 25.61 131 25.65 25.45 +.05 +1.4 BB&T pfF N BBTpF 1.30 5.2 25.67 23.50 1 25.19 24 25.23 25.05 +.06 +.6 BB&T pfG N BBTpG 1.30 5.2 25.85 23.57 9 25.17 56 25.20 25.05 +.04 BB&T pfH N BBTpH 1.41 5.3 27.33 24.95 27 26.64 102 26.65 26.33 +.12 -1.3 BBVABFrn N BFR .25e 1.8 27.45 11.41 431 13.67 1457 14.45 13.09 -.63 -45.8 BBX Cap n N BBX .03 .4 10 10.17 5.87 532 8.49 1532 9.06 8.35 -.39 +6.5 BCB Bc Q BCBP .56 3.8 15 16.10 12.05 17 14.70 68 15.15 14.45 +.09 +1.4 BCE g N BCE 3.02 49.06 40.19 582 41.70 3792 42.61 41.44 -.45 -13.1 BFC Cp pf Q BANFP 1.80 6.4 33.54 26.05 5 28.04 12 28.85 27.30 +.57 +1.9 BG Staffing A BGSF 1.20 4.6 31 28.24 14.26 63 26.28 450 26.80 24.69 +2.08 +64.9tBGC Ptrs Q BGCP .72 6.5 16.97 10.39 2364 11.16 14986 11.56 10.39 +.41 -26.1 BGCPtrs 42 N BGCA 2.03 7.9 26.73 25.25 5 25.67 30 25.67 25.51 +.13 -.9sBHP BillLt N BHP 1.66e 3.3 52.62 39.67 1654 50.38 11233 52.62 49.30 -.38 +9.5 BHPBil plc N BBL 1.66e 3.7 47.92 34.45 1165 44.42 6465 46.71 43.35 -.63 +10.2 BIO-key n Q BKYI 3.67 1.20 4 2.06 135 2.23 1.94 -.08 +16.4 BJsRest Q BJRI .44 .7 25 73.05 28.00 348 61.05 2170 64.60 59.35 -2.95 +67.7 BMC Stock Q BMCH 24 25.70 17.10 413 22.25 3455 22.35 20.60 +2.10 -12.1 BOK Q BOKF 2.00f 2.0 16 107.00 77.10 105 97.93 834 99.69 96.50 -1.17 +6.1 BOK 56 n Q BOKFL 1.34 5.4 26.23 24.47 15 24.91 48 25.24 24.90 -.14 -2.7 BOS Ltd Q BOSC 2.97 1.53 9 2.50 87 2.62 2.41 +.01 +14.2 BP MidPt n N BPMP 23.00 16.83 34 20.73 511 21.23 19.98 +.27 +.8 BP PLC N BP 2.38 5.4 23 47.83 33.90 3739 43.97 32449 45.41 43.32 -.54 +4.6 BP Pru N BPT 3.60e 12.9 5 31.80 18.65 99 28.00 706 28.22 26.75 +.50 +39.3 BRF SA N BRFS 15.50 4.65 2267 6.31 8089 6.34 6.00 +.12 -44.0 BRT N BRT .80f 6.1 11 14.20 7.55 42 13.01 203 13.23 12.31 +.38 +10.3 BSB Bcp Q BLMT 19 36.50 27.25 6 33.40 34 34.45 33.35 -.45 +14.2 BT Grp s N BT .99e 6.4 21.16 13.53 467 15.36 4038 15.63 15.04 -.12 -15.7 BWX Tech N BWXT .64f 1.0 33 72.18 52.30 400 66.77 1597 66.90 64.08 +1.32 +10.4 B&W Ent n N BW 10.81 1.61 2562 1.92 5538 2.17 1.91 -.19 -66.2 BabShDHi N BGH 1.84 9.8 20.83 18.35 64 18.80 476 18.85 18.59 +.20 -3.0 BadgerMtr s N BMI .52 1.0 52 53.30 41.00 119 51.55 751 53.00 50.33 +.75 +7.8 Baidu Q BIDU 9 284.22 207.74 5833 235.65 33710 257.31 226.21 -19.44 +.6 BakHuGE n N BHGE .72f 2.1 38.10 25.53 4126 33.88 16665 35.38 33.34 -.85 +7.1 Balchem Q BCPC .42f .4 44 104.59 70.23 182 97.22 567 101.52 91.51 -1.31 +20.6 BallCorp s N BLL .40 1.0 21 43.24 34.71 3649 41.42 18711 41.59 38.00 +2.65 +9.4 Ballanty A BTN 6.90 3.95 8 5.40 18 5.55 5.40 -.10 +16.1 BallardPw Q BLDP 5.94 2.57 376 3.08 2986 3.15 2.92 -.02 -30.2 BanColum N CIB 1.27e 2.7 51.38 36.38 203 46.90 1488 48.44 44.70 -.46 +18.3 BancCalif N BANC .52 2.6 15 23.40 17.10 293 20.00 2329 20.45 19.35 -3.1 BcCalif pfC N BANCpC 2.00 7.6 27.00 25.46 26.16 13 26.34 26.09 -.14 -.3 BcCalif pfE N BANCpE 28.59 24.70 0 26.33 5 26.43 26.22 +.04 -.4 BcCal pfD N BANCpD 1.84 7.0 26.76 25.58 3 26.21 14 26.38 26.19 -.09 -1.3 BncFstOK s Q BANF .84 1.4 20 65.70 48.20 20 61.90 213 63.83 60.55 -1.15 +21.0 BcBilVArg N BBVA .27e 3.8 9.54 6.65 1835 7.04 12478 7.37 6.96 -.14 -17.2 BcoBrades s N BBDO .02r .3 11.90 5.49 8 7.80 43 7.92 7.33 +.43 -7.4 BcoBrad s N BBD .06a .7 11.98 6.53 13435 8.63 43634 8.67 8.00 +.39 -7.4 BcoLatin N BLX 1.54 6.4 13 30.50 23.12 77 24.11 385 24.35 23.46 +.14 -10.4 BcoMacro N BMA 25 136.10 54.83 182 65.73 762 72.67 61.91 -5.79 -43.3 BcoSantSA N SAN .21e 3.9 7.57 5.25 4508 5.44 27496 5.66 5.38 -.08 -16.8 BcoSBrasil N BSBR .29e 2.8 6 12.11 7.20 821 10.19 5483 10.20 9.48 +.58 +5.4 BcSanChile N BSAC .85e 2.6 35.09 26.41 443 32.81 2179 33.16 32.22 -.05 +4.9 BcoChile N BCH 2.12e 2.3 104.17 77.86 14 93.60 144 93.95 91.90 +1.62 -.9 Bancorp34 n Q BCTF 1.25e 17.25 14.00 2 15.05 3 15.05 15.00 +.05 +2.0 BncpBnk lf Q TBBK 12.00 7.29 187 10.07 1081 10.17 9.51 +.26 +1.9 BcpSouth N BXS .68f 2.0 35.55 27.20 306 33.20 1715 33.80 32.45 -.05 +5.6 Bcp NJ A BKJ .24b 1.4 28 17.95 14.43 0 17.54 18 17.60 17.10 -.06 +.9 BancrftFd A BCV 1.27e 5.7 24.19 19.66 16 22.15 58 22.33 21.97 -.13 +1.8 Bandwith n Q BAND 32 40.83 18.05 29 39.05 991 40.00 33.79 +2.47 +68.9tBankOZK Q OZK .80f 2.0 13 53.70 40.08 614 40.66 5484 41.73 40.08 -.24 -16.1 BkofAm N BAC .60f 1.9 16 33.05 22.75 50100 31.51 294292 31.55 30.82 +.45 +6.7 BkAML pfJ N BMLpJ 1.02 4.1 25.09 22.64 6 24.79 27 24.79 24.17 +.24 +6.1 BkAm pfE N BACpE 1.02 5.0 24.99 23.03 19 24.16 79 24.29 24.06 +.05 +1.4 BkAm pfL N BACpL 72.50 5.7 1352.71 1187.95 2 1274.61 27 1277.99 1265.02 +5.61 -3.4 BkAm pfW N BACpW 1.66 6.3 27.53 25.85 98 26.24 453 26.26 26.04 +.09 -3.3 BkAm pfY N BACpY 1.63 6.2 27.39 25.82 70 26.12 436 26.18 26.02 +.02 -3.3 BkAm pfA N BACpA 27.51 25.25 26 25.97 182 25.98 25.82 +.12 -4.5 BkAm pfC N BACpC 27.83 25.41 48 26.08 200 26.12 25.93 +.13 -5.0 BkAML pfL N BMLpL 1.02 4.3 24.47 22.14 15 23.76 261 24.19 23.72 +.02 +1.1 BkAML pfH N BMLpH .77 3.4 23.04 20.09 17 22.39 64 22.58 22.23 -.11 +3.6 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 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 4, 2018

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BkAML pfG N BMLpG .77 3.4 22.89 20.31 0 22.32 26 22.58 22.24 -.03 +3.1 Bk of But n N NTB 1.28 2.5 16 50.50 31.36 163 50.30 1125 50.49 48.72 +1.17 +38.6 BkCmcCA Q BOCH .16 1.3 16 13.21 9.90 26 12.40 150 12.75 12.30 -.20 +7.8 BkHawaii N BOH 2.40 2.9 18 89.09 74.72 366 82.49 1435 82.75 79.66 +.59 -3.7 BankMarin Q BMRC 1.28f 1.5 23 90.85 62.38 10 87.00 60 89.90 85.65 -.43 +27.9 BkMont g N BMO 3.84e 84.71 71.37 310 79.48 1821 80.16 78.49 +.59 -.7 BkNYMel N BK 1.12f 2.1 13 58.99 49.39 4734 52.77 25232 54.15 52.32 -.36 -2.0 BkNYM pfC N BKpC 1.30 5.1 26.39 23.75 21 25.26 78 25.38 25.11 +.08 +.5 BkNova g N BNS 3.28f 9 66.78 55.85 454 59.25 3079 59.62 58.51 +.59 -8.2 BkPrince n Q BPRN 35.45 29.43 5 33.60 45 34.45 33.60 -.15 -2.2 BankSC Q BKSC .60 3.0 19 22.50 15.77 2 20.30 21 20.80 20.00 -.50 +15.6 BkofJames Q BOTJ .24 1.5 17 18.00 13.87 0 16.35 19 17.91 15.39 +1.00 +9.5 BankFncl Q BFIN .36f 2.2 24 18.62 14.71 16 16.10 105 17.27 16.01 -.55 +5.0 BankUtd N BKU .84 2.1 13 44.97 30.37 546 39.83 3838 40.24 38.80 +.54 -2.2 BankwellF Q BWFG .48 1.5 16 37.95 30.11 8 32.32 27 32.75 31.83 +.44 -5.9 Banner Cp Q BANR 1.40a 2.2 19 65.00 52.20 84 63.85 909 64.84 61.95 +.99 +15.8 Baozun n Q BZUN 67.41 25.74 1903 54.81 8716 61.95 54.45 -7.14 +73.7 BarHarbr s A BHB .80f 2.8 19 32.48 25.09 20 28.63 89 29.49 28.55 +.02 +6.0 Br iPthCrd N OILB 74.18 46.29 2 69.57 14 71.47 68.52 -.57 +17.6 BarcSPVeq N VQT 181.89 146.07 167.28 0 +5.7 BarSelMLP N ATMP 1.17e 5.3 22.97 17.78 31 22.10 199 22.10 20.87 +1.15 +6.5 BiP Cmdty N DJP 25.80 22.57 244 23.60 4038 23.86 23.29 +.03 -3.3 BarcGsci36 N GSP 17.81 12.88 1 16.56 149 16.93 16.38 -.08 +6.6 BrcEnEu n N FLEU 180.26 137.43 0 146.54 2 154.12 146.54 -4.36 -7.9 BiP Cocoa N NIB 35.77 21.73 28 23.93 215 26.77 23.85 -2.22 +4.8 BarcBk prD N BCSpD 2.03 7.6 27.24 25.76 68 26.62 461 26.67 26.40 +.17 -.2 BiPTrLBear Q DLBS 22.73 13.54 1 20.65 15 21.10 20.19 +.08 +26.4 BiP10yTBear Q DTYS 24.96 13.93 17 22.99 88 23.70 22.82 -.21 +26.0 BiPTrSteep Q STPP 35.49 29.08 30.09 0 30.09 30.09 +.34 -2.1 BiPUrFlat Q FLAT 64.99 60.23 62.73 0 62.73 62.73 -.31 +1.6tBiP10yTBull Q DTYL 77.88 72.11 72.11 0 72.11 72.11 -.85 -6.5 BiP2yrTBear Q DTUS 40.28 29.63 39.56 5 40.21 39.56 -.59 +12.9 BarcCAPE N CAPE 126.35 106.71 0 126.12 7 126.12 124.36 +.13 +8.3 BiPSPMLP N IMLP 1.22e 6.3 19.89 15.44 0 19.24 4 19.24 18.43 +.91 +7.0 Barclay N BCS .15e 1.5 12.55 9.29 1476 10.05 9479 10.48 9.84 -.12 -7.8 iPthNtGs n N GAZB 47.02 36.56 37.85 0 37.85 37.85 +.06 -7.4 BiP SPVix N XVZ 24.09 17.32 1 18.60 4 18.66 18.52 +.03 -18.9 BrVxMdT rs N VXZ 23.35 16.42 47 17.79 342 18.29 17.62 -.23 +1.7 B iPVxST rs N VXX 56.50 25.59 26127 30.32 155656 32.70 30.01 -1.02 +8.6 BarcWomLd N WIL 70.29 61.43 67.15 1 68.75 67.15 -1.64 +.1 BarIvrsUST Q TAPR 30.68 19.30 1 27.42 11 28.50 27.42 -.39 +24.8 BaringsCp s N MCI 1.20 8.0 16.36 14.70 17 15.08 95 15.49 15.07 -.30 -1.2 BaringsPt N MPV 1.08 7.4 15.65 13.94 8 14.64 57 14.82 14.37 +.31 +3.8 BarHilc n Q BHAC 12.00 10.20 10.80 0 10.80 10.80 +.06 +3.4 B&N Ed n N BNED .60 10.3 17 9.10 4.99 285 5.82 1065 5.88 5.35 +.46 -29.4 BarnesNob N BKS .60 10.2 8.30 4.10 2744 5.90 5444 6.10 5.60 -.05 -11.9 Barnes N B .64 1.0 61 72.87 52.42 135 65.81 1199 68.30 64.53 -2.49 +4.0 Barnwell A BRN 2.95 1.62 14 1.94 102 2.05 1.90 -.04 -6.7 BarrettB lf Q BBSI 1.00 1.1 39 98.76 44.52 27 92.01 241 97.61 89.53 -2.08 +42.7tBarrickG N ABX .12 1.1 62 18.35 10.85 12830 11.10 65551 11.31 10.85 -.13 -23.3tBasicEn n N BAS 26.75 7.43 822 7.75 5832 11.48 7.43 -3.14 -67.0tBassettF Q BSET .50f 2.1 37 41.30 23.45 34 23.95 176 25.65 23.10 -.15 -36.3 BauschHl N BHC 6 27.79 10.94 4090 22.80 18988 22.99 21.49 +.29 +9.7 Baxter s N BAX .76 1.1 34 76.51 58.81 1749 72.35 17894 73.13 70.95 +.64 +11.9 BayCom n Q BCML 56 25.99 22.50 79 25.08 250 25.20 24.04 +.91 +8.6 BaytexE g N BTE 5 4.85 2.30 1328 3.27 10569 3.29 2.98 +.09 +9.0 BeacnRfg Q BECN 21 66.48 38.71 794 42.07 5406 43.33 40.71 +.06 -34.0tBeasleyB Q BBGI .20 2.8 2 14.40 6.10 137 7.20 625 7.35 6.10 +.38 -46.3 BeazerHm N BZH 14 23.24 12.19 463 12.84 2867 13.08 12.46 +.22 -33.2 BectDck N BDX 3.00 1.2 252.74 191.53 1055 247.12 6720 252.49 239.80 -3.08 +15.4 BectDk pfA N BDXA 64.24 54.18 141 62.37 1034 64.03 60.93 -.90 +7.7 BedBath Q BBBY .64 3.5 6 31.15 16.52 2077 18.53 14694 19.49 17.86 -.29 -15.7 BeiGene n Q BGNE 220.10 65.59 417 175.02 2216 194.56 165.17 +8.50 +79.1 BelFuse A Q BELFA .24 1.1 23 29.90 15.24 3 21.85 19 23.16 19.40 +.04 +.1 BelFuseB Q BELFB .28 1.1 24 33.45 17.10 32 24.55 136 24.95 21.45 +2.40 -2.5 Belden N BDC .20 .3 13 87.15 53.65 564 69.47 4411 76.39 63.22 +5.47 -10.0 Belden pfB N BDCpB 114.45 74.97 2 93.06 390 100.33 86.86 +5.40 -9.7tBelltrx g rs N BXE 1 3.10 .89 257 .95 546 .99 .84 -.01 -44.8 Belleroph n Q BLPH 3.30 1.00 425 2.36 1828 2.79 2.31 -.13 -8.5 BellicumP Q BLCM 13.30 5.02 293 5.87 2135 6.41 5.76 -.02 -30.2 Belmond N BEL 14.20 10.30 304 11.20 1849 11.40 11.00 +.20 -8.6sBemis N BMS 1.24 2.4 21 49.84 40.60 6338 51.53 10286 53.00 45.20 +5.99 +7.8tBenchElec N BHE .60 2.4 36 35.80 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N BURL 33 158.96 79.07 570 154.13 2850 157.00 149.39 +4.25 +25.3 BusinFst n Q BFST .32 1.3 41 30.00 23.10 6 25.30 61 26.30 25.30 -.43 +.2 BylineBc n N BY 24.80 19.02 141 22.49 534 22.62 21.98 +.01 -2.1C -:C&F Fnc Q CFFI 1.36 2.2 20 67.40 45.28 10 61.95 63 63.20 59.60 -1.45 +6.8 C&J Eng n N CJ 36.57 21.22 1026 24.23 4756 24.82 22.29 +.70 -27.6 CTrkMH23 N MLPC .89e 5.9 16.87 12.85 15.14 2 15.19 14.95 +.01 -.6 CtrMillr n N MLPE 25.56 19.84 22.49 1 22.50 22.49 +.81 -3.0sCA Inc Q CA 1.02 2.3 20 44.25 30.78 3940 44.08 26406 44.25 43.95 +.11 +32.5 CAE Inc g N CAE .36 21.70 15.66 79 21.06 605 21.31 20.24 +.43 +13.5 CAI Intl N CAI 7 40.11 19.35 161 25.00 1443 27.15 21.88 +3.16 -11.7sCAS Med Q CASM 2.29 .59 168 2.21 1746 2.30 1.90 +.29 +187.0 CASI Phr h Q CASI 8.42 .93 398 7.33 1194 7.45 6.87 +.20 +125.5 CB FnSvcs Q CBFV .88 2.7 22 36.95 26.23 3 32.50 19 33.00 32.25 -.15 +8.3tCBAK Eng Q CBAK 2.35 .65 31 .69 199 .86 .65 -.16 -53.2 CBIZ Inc N CBZ 25 24.00 14.05 280 21.60 1177 22.25 21.05 -.60 +39.8 CBL Asc N CBL .80 15.3 3 9.17 3.80 6820 5.22 25135 5.79 4.90 +.03 -7.8 CBL pfD N CBLpD 1.84 9.6 24.96 16.30 117 19.24 440 19.57 18.33 -.01 -12.0 CBL pfE N CBLpE 1.66 9.6 25.08 15.06 30 17.36 131 17.59 16.56 -.05 -21.3 CBOE Glb Q CBOE 1.24f 1.3 38 138.54 92.20 1472 94.63 6060 102.08 92.64 -7.54 -24.0 CBRE GRE N IGR .60 8.0 8.05 7.17 141 7.50 934 7.59 7.42 +.05 -5.3 CBRE Grp N CBRE .05p 19 50.43 34.38 1261 49.50 7340 50.19 48.72 -.47 +14.3 CBS A N CBS/A .72f 1.3 16 68.03 47.98 10 53.45 71 54.50 51.35 -.82 -10.6 CBS B N CBS .72 1.4 12 67.62 47.54 8242 53.16 44529 53.45 50.91 -.85 -9.9sCBTX Inc n Q CBTX .20 .5 38.08 27.00 72 37.58 491 38.25 35.74 +1.40 +26.7 CCA Inds A CAW 14 3.75 2.44 2 2.85 11 2.85 2.65 +.10 -9.5 CDK Globl Q CDK .60 1.0 25 76.04 60.28 577 62.73 5023 63.88 61.18 -.64 -12.0 CDW Corp Q CDW .84 1.0 30 88.36 58.57 790 85.23 4502 87.48 82.16 +.56 +22.7 CEVA Inc Q CEVA 24 51.80 27.35 60 31.50 612 31.65 29.80 +.65 -31.7sCF Inds s N CF 1.20 2.4 49.76 27.77 2991 49.07 17894 49.95 43.70 +4.57 +15.4 CGG rs N CGG 1 7.50 1.88 40 2.69 109 2.80 2.59 +.03 -39.8 CGI g N GIB 66.31 49.02 129 63.72 1277 64.54 62.24 -.14 +17.3 CH Robins Q CHRW 1.84 1.9 29 100.18 64.61 1022 95.79 8629 96.26 90.00 +4.34 +7.5 CHF Sol rs Q CHFS 24.45 1.34 72 1.68 667 1.72 1.59 +.06 -51.4 CHS Inc pf Q CHSCP 2.00 6.7 31.47 28.89 4 29.77 49 30.17 29.50 -.20 -1.2 CHS pfB Q CHSCO 1.97 6.9 29.83 27.78 11 28.72 77 28.89 28.52 -.11 -.4 CHS pfB2 Q CHSCN 1.78 6.4 29.99 26.16 14 27.78 71 28.12 27.37 -.39 +1.5 CHS pfB3 Q CHSCM 1.69 6.4 28.98 25.56 13 26.55 101 27.07 26.22 -.61 +.3 CHS pfB4 Q CHSCL 1.88 6.8 29.81 27.15 59 27.56 168 28.05 27.50 -.44 -2.1 CIM CmTr Q CMCT .50a 3.3 41 20.45 11.75 1 15.05 11 15.45 15.00 -.25 -21.2 CIM CT pfL Q CMCTP 1.00 CIT Grp N CIT .64 1.2 21 56.14 43.25 498 53.44 3293 53.86 52.47 +.52 +8.6 CKX Lands A CKX .12m 1.1 45 12.00 9.60 10.74 1 10.74 10.65 +.28 +5.5 CLPS Inc n Q CLPS 17.35 4.70 190 12.39 678 15.73 12.20 -2.56 +124.9 CM Finan Q CMFN 1.00 11.3 7 10.40 7.40 17 8.88 72 8.95 8.75 +.03 +9.0sCM Fin23 n Q CMFNL 25.42 25.01 1 25.49 35 25.49 25.11 +.24 +1.6 CM SevSt n Q CMSS 11.00 9.59 21 9.95 389 10.02 9.93 +3.1 CM SevSt wt Q CMSSW .33 .24 .24 -17.2sCM SvSt un Q CMSSU 10.60 9.93 1 11.00 38 11.00 10.60 +.45 +10.4sCM SevSt rt Q CMSSR .65 .01 .50 423 .65 .42 +.08 +56.3 CME Grp Q CME 2.80a 1.7 35 174.36 120.32 902 161.63 7393 165.77 158.35 -3.86 +10.7 CMS Eng N CMS 1.43 3.0 29 50.83 40.48 2284 48.36 14668 48.42 47.18 +.60 +2.2 CNA Fn N CNA 1.40f 3.0 13 55.62 45.10 503 46.31 2432 48.40 45.39 -2.30 -12.7 CNBFnPA Q CCNE .66 2.1 16 32.86 23.50 8 31.05 64 31.99 30.45 -.01 +18.3 CNH Indl N CNHI .14e 1.2 15.65 10.09 3558 11.93 14805 11.94 11.58 +.38 -11.0 CNO Fincl N CNO .40f 1.8 15 26.47 18.65 1043 22.21 6898 22.54 20.20 +2.03 -10.0 CNOOC N CEO 4.92e 3.1 185.72 109.23 93 159.57 427 168.58 158.65 -2.84 +11.2 CNX Midst N CNXM 1.34 6.6 12 21.05 15.25 406 20.40 1172 20.61 19.39 +.87 +21.6 CNX Resc N CNX .04 .3 18.37 11.59 3300 15.95 15630 16.37 14.47 +.09 +9.0sConslCoal n N CCR 2.05f 11.6 16.95 13.15 118 17.65 339 17.75 15.90 +1.75 +12.8 CONSOL n N CEIX 20 48.12 19.51 518 44.76 2144 47.35 40.15 +3.79 +13.3 CPFL Eng N CPL .12e 1.0 17.69 10.63 19 11.76 78 11.91 11.45 -.07 +2.3 CPI Aero A CVU 13 11.75 7.80 22 8.40 83 9.95 8.35 -1.40 -6.1 CPI Crd rs Q PMTS 15.00 1.93 9 2.10 43 2.13 1.97 +.06 -42.8 CPS Tech Q CPSH 33 2.20 1.04 12 1.67 214 1.71 1.51 +.15 +.8 CRA Intl Q CRAI .68 1.2 29 58.74 34.49 35 55.14 192 55.80 51.34 +1.48 +22.7 CRH Med A CRHM 3.75 1.46 72 3.45 318 3.50 3.22 +.20 +30.2 CRH N CRH .72e 2.2 39.32 32.47 345 33.19 2783 34.83 32.68 -1.45 -8.0 CRISPR n Q CRSP 73.90 16.16 614 47.53 3606 49.91 45.62 +.52 +102.4 CSG Sys Q CSGS .84 2.2 24 48.82 37.21 314 37.84 1397 41.96 37.30 -3.38 -13.6 CSI Comp Q CCLP .75 14.1 8.05 4.19 111 5.32 785 6.05 5.21 -.33 -2.7tCsopChiA50 N AFTY 1.17e 8.1 20.51 14.34 1 14.43 26 15.35 14.34 -.74 -18.1tCsop ChInt N CNHX 31.99 24.99 1 24.90 1 24.90 24.87 -1.28 -14.5tCsop Csi300 N HAHA 36.52 27.41 0 26.95 0 26.95 26.87 -1.62 -19.9 CSP Inc Q CSPI .44 4.0 24 18.89 8.75 0 11.10 14 11.45 10.15 +.12 -29.8tCSS Inds N CSS .80 5.6 30.29 13.56 60 14.33 249 16.04 13.56 -1.21 -48.5 CSW Ind n Q CSWI 36 56.45 37.80 98 52.45 506 55.15 48.45 -2.45 +14.1 CSX Q CSX .88 1.2 10 72.22 47.99 4266 71.26 28939 71.43 70.09 +.99 +29.5tCTI BioP rs Q CTIC 5.36 2.16 2241 2.27 4949 2.35 2.16 +.05 -15.3 CTI Inds Q CTIB 5.60 3.25 0 4.17 20 4.30 4.01 +.16 +2.5 CTS N CTS .16 .5 29 39.20 21.55 77 35.15 751 35.70 34.20 -.20 +36.5 CUI Glbl Q CUI 4.35 2.44 16 2.65 272 2.83 2.58 -.18 -3.6 CURO Gp n N CURO 52 29.00 13.50 147 25.70 1341 26.83 24.38 -1.09 +82.5 CVB Fncl Q CVBF .56 2.4 20 25.49 19.58 348 23.78 2738 24.32 23.59 +.14 +.9 CVD Eqp Q CVV 18 13.50 6.39 24 7.27 54 7.43 7.25 -.13 -37.4 CVR Engy N CVI 3.00f 8.5 47.67 16.75 805 35.45 5654 39.80 34.99 -1.62 -4.8 CVR Ptrs N UAN .71e 19.9 4.20 2.58 195 3.57 1359 3.62 3.30 +.05 +8.8 CVR Rfng N CVRR 2.95e 19 26.00 6.70 464 21.40 4866 24.35 21.00 -1.64 +29.3 CVS Health N CVS 2.00 3.1 11 84.00 60.14 4798 64.89 35672 67.66 63.23 -1.78 -10.5 CYS Invest N CYS .88 12.0 7 8.86 6.25 7.31 25332 7.47 7.27 -.01 -9.0 CYSInv pfA N CYSpA 1.94 7.7 25.65 24.01 25.04 9 25.09 24.97 -.02 +.1 CYSInv pfB N CYSpB 1.88 7.6 25.32 23.40 24.70 15 24.84 24.66 +.00 -.3 CabGS flt34 N GYB .83 3.7 23.75 22.03 1 22.45 7 22.47 22.30 -.03 -2.3 CabcoJCP97 N PFH 1.91 14.3 18.74 11.00 3 13.40 25 13.57 12.90 -.01 -9.2 CabAT&T34 N GYC .83 3.6 24.10 21.30 1 22.78 8 22.85 22.50 +.28 +1.0 CableOne n N CABO 7.00 1.0 36 788.00 597.40 34 724.80 142 730.00 710.19 +4.80 +3.0 Cabot N CBT 1.32 2.0 19 68.63 50.56 301 66.82 1239 67.09 64.62 +1.24 +8.5sCabotMicro Q CCMP 1.60 1.3 37 123.00 68.00 126 122.50 765 123.62 116.98 +3.62 +30.2 CabotO&G N COG .24 1.0 44 29.57 21.71 4817 23.45 28453 23.64 22.66 +.64 -18.0 CACI N CACI 15 180.90 118.10 79 177.05 642 178.20 170.68 +.90 +33.8 Cactus n N WHD 37.50 19.18 1314 33.48 4963 35.05 31.36 +1.41 +65.3 CadencB n N CADE .60f 2.2 27 31.44 20.00 1841 27.65 8593 28.20 27.17 -.24 +2.0 Cadence Q CDNS 45 46.99 35.49 777 44.77 8366 45.29 43.57 -.47 +7.1 Cadiz h Q CDZI 14.75 9.65 52 13.05 384 13.55 12.90 -.35 -8.4 CaesarStne Q CSTE .29e 32 35.35 12.50 181 15.25 1033 15.80 14.35 +.90 -30.7tCaesarsEnt Q CZR 14.50 8.55 21926 9.35 172710 11.50 8.55 -1.90 -26.1 CafePress Q PRSS 2.30 1.12 9 1.35 128 1.35 1.21 +.10 -26.8 Cal-Maine Q CALM 2.52e 5.7 21 52.30 34.03 309 44.60 2117 45.10 43.85 -.05 +.3 Caladriu rs Q CLBS 11.65 2.63 15 5.07 99 5.32 4.88 -.05 +44.4 CalaCvHi Q CHY 1.20 9.3 13.15 10.60 163 12.95 747 13.03 12.84 +.01 +9.3sCalaCvOp Q CHI 1.14 9.4 12.23 10.01 263 12.15 1132 12.23 12.07 +.08 +8.6 CalaCv&Inc Q CCD 2.00 9.2 22.79 18.15 49 21.82 400 22.30 21.58 -.43 +8.7 CalaGDyIn Q CHW .84 9.2 9.87 8.32 122 9.10 734 9.19 9.03 -.03 +.2 CalaGTR Q CGO 1.20 8.0 16.34 12.36 9 14.98 71 15.05 14.28 +.49 -.5sCalaStrTR Q CSQ .99 7.5 13.20 11.00 257 13.18 1265 13.25 12.88 +.19 +9.1 CalAmp Q CAMP 30 25.45 17.52 152 22.75 1640 23.21 22.05 +.49 +6.2 CalavoGr h Q CVGW .95f 1.0 42 99.00 65.85 61 94.75 306 95.00 91.25 +2.50 +12.3 CaledoMn n A CMCL .28 3.0 9.94 5.17 16 9.22 58 9.48 9.05 +.18 +24.8 Caleres N CAL .28 .8 16 37.06 22.39 182 34.09 1221 34.46 32.86 +.81 +1.8 CalifRes rs N CRC 48.85 6.47 4270 34.50 10366 37.51 31.98 -1.70 +77.5 CalifWtr N CWT .75 1.9 29 46.15 35.25 173 39.95 2255 41.60 39.85 -1.15 -11.9tCalithera Q CALA 18.35 4.05 250 4.40 2572 4.50 4.05 +.15 -47.3 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, August 4, 2018

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Calix N CALX 8.00 4.65 250 6.95 1126 7.10 6.78 -.10 +16.8sCallGolf N ELY .04 .2 46 20.82 12.42 5151 21.72 11058 23.60 18.79 +2.43 +55.9 CallonPet N CPE 23 14.65 9.34 2855 10.57 19882 11.27 10.49 -.42 -13.0 Callon pfA N CPEpA 5.00 9.6 53.07 47.11 2 52.11 8 52.53 52.06 -.36 +1.6 CalumetSp Q CLMT 9.95 4.95 241 7.55 1293 7.85 7.45 -.10 -1.9 Calyxt n Q CLXT 31.89 10.59 69 17.72 338 18.15 16.60 +.92 -19.6 CambLrn Q ABCD 1.36 11.4 38 13.77 4.73 241 11.88 755 12.80 11.70 -.32 +109.2sCambrex N CBM 24 67.75 42.55 384 63.75 2783 67.75 60.70 +2.45 +32.8 CambriaYld N SYLD .49e 1.2 41.00 33.28 3 39.25 40 39.46 38.83 +.25 +2.2 CambFgnY N FYLD .75e 2.9 27.94 23.06 1 25.85 17 25.99 25.63 -.20 -2.0 CambGblV N GVAL .54e 2.2 28.50 23.36 5 24.26 62 24.64 24.12 -.17 -5.3 CamGblMo N GMOM .56e 2.1 29.42 25.31 4 26.66 49 26.93 26.59 -.14 -2.7 CambGlAss A GAA .55e 2.0 28.60 26.33 2 27.01 21 27.18 26.69 -.09 -1.7 CambrEmS N EYLD 38.25 31.29 0 33.06 3 33.70 33.02 -.60 -4.7 CambEq n N CCOR 26.18 24.00 2 25.05 18 25.05 24.82 +.16 -3.0 CambTail n N TAIL 24.68 20.50 2 20.56 54 20.74 20.50 +.01 -9.0 CamValMom N VAMO 28.07 23.10 5 25.66 48 25.99 25.55 +.09 +2.8sCambrBc n Q CATC 2.00f 2.2 92.54 70.00 7 91.46 47 92.98 88.64 +2.71 +14.6 CamdnN s Q CAC 1.20 2.7 22 47.86 37.10 9 44.02 142 46.95 43.73 -1.68 +4.5 CamdenPT N CPT 3.08 3.3 25 96.39 78.19 535 93.85 2843 93.93 89.76 +3.53 +1.9 Cameco g N CCJ .40 12.19 7.68 1566 11.17 10765 11.21 10.45 +.34 +21.0 CampSp N CPB 1.40 3.3 14 54.37 32.63 16923 42.76 37203 43.98 40.34 +1.82 -11.1 CampWrl n N CWH .54 2.5 47.62 18.16 1282 21.84 8661 23.44 20.53 -1.13 -51.2 Camtek h Q CAMT .56 6.5 13 8.74 4.17 300 8.62 981 8.73 7.93 +.37 +50.7 Can-Fite A CANF 12 2.75 1.12 12 1.17 152 1.21 1.15 -.03 -20.9 CdaGoose n N GOOS 68.75 16.96 625 57.25 4514 58.99 55.03 -1.73 +81.4 CIBC g N CM 5.32 9 100.01 83.02 186 91.95 1263 92.28 90.73 +1.42 -5.6sCdnNR gs N CNI 1.82f 90.57 70.59 874 88.35 5121 90.57 87.57 -1.83 +7.1 CdnNRs gs N CNQ 1.34 38.20 29.20 1870 35.63 12872 36.80 35.35 -.17 -.3sCP Rwy g N CP 2.60f 202.60 150.91 514 201.73 3026 202.60 195.70 +5.75 +10.4 CdnSolar Q CSIQ 5 19.09 11.37 480 13.72 3127 14.09 12.86 +.54 -18.6 CancerGen Q CGIX 3.95 .82 16 .92 354 1.00 .91 -.03 -50.3 CannaeHl n N CNNE 21.34 16.16 414 18.53 2440 18.99 17.78 -.41 +8.8 Canon N CAJ 40.67 31.23 127 32.29 1482 32.48 31.92 +.22 -13.7 CantelMed N CMD .17e .2 40 130.92 72.82 192 94.01 980 95.31 90.68 +2.75 -8.6 CantbryPk Q CPHC .28 1.8 24 17.72 11.15 0 15.79 7 15.90 14.90 +.89 -2.8 CpStarFn n Q CSTR .04p 52 22.22 16.00 15 18.04 123 18.54 17.81 -.47 -13.1 CapellaEd Q CPLA 2.00f 1.9 29 105.90 65.15 104.00 403 105.35 102.95 -.55 +34.4 CapCtyBk Q CCBG .28 1.2 21 26.50 19.76 12 23.92 79 24.62 23.91 -.23 +4.3 CapOne N COF 1.60 1.7 15 106.50 76.98 1917 96.68 14352 96.76 93.46 +2.21 -2.9 CapOne pfC N COFpC 1.56 6.0 26.79 25.49 11 26.07 64 26.09 25.85 +.01 -.4 CapOne pfD N COFpD 1.68 6.3 27.67 25.82 27 26.39 160 26.48 26.22 -.06 -1.6 CapOne pfF N COFpF 1.55 5.9 27.31 25.49 10 26.31 114 26.39 26.18 -.07 -2.7 CapOne pfB N COFpP 1.50 5.9 25.80 24.91 13 25.56 103 25.56 25.46 +.01 +1.0 CpOne pf H N COFpH 27.19 25.12 21 25.93 209 26.03 25.75 -.07 -3.7 CapOne pfG N COFpG 25.55 23.25 53 24.92 183 24.99 24.75 -.05 -.4 CapProd Q CPLP .32 10.5 17 3.80 2.98 309 3.06 1921 3.16 3.02 -.01 -8.9tCapSenL N CSU 16.72 7.29 740 7.25 3379 10.13 7.19 -2.59 -46.3 CapSwst Q CSWC 1.16a 6.3 18 19.38 14.85 11 18.38 58 18.55 18.01 +.05 +11.1 CapitalaF Q CPTA 1.00 11.6 13.23 6.88 50 8.65 244 8.74 8.50 +.02 +18.8 Capitala22 Q CPTAL 1.50 6.0 26.15 24.13 2 25.11 15 25.16 24.90 -.02 -.3 CapFedFn Q CFFN .34a 2.6 21 15.11 12.19 496 13.12 1652 13.33 12.94 +.14 -2.2 CapInv n N CIC 10.10 9.60 35 9.87 318 9.87 9.84 +.02 +2.0 Capricor Q CAPR 4.25 .96 99 1.18 791 1.25 1.09 -.05 -25.3tCapsteadM N CMO .64 7.8 13 9.98 8.01 516 8.25 3480 8.44 8.01 -.04 -4.6 Capstd pfE N CMOpE 1.88 7.5 25.85 24.62 3 25.10 78 25.22 25.06 -.02 -1.0 CpstnTur rs Q CPST 1.90 .58 765 1.42 2407 1.53 1.41 -.03 +84.4sCarGurus n Q CARG 44.69 25.85 613 44.58 4216 45.10 40.09 +3.44 +48.7 CaraThera Q CARA 22.29 11.11 501 17.86 3029 18.44 17.28 +.29 +45.9 CarboCer N CRR 12.69 6.05 284 8.85 1800 10.01 8.75 -.93 -13.1tCarbBlk n Q CBLK 35.00 19.76 307 22.50 2732 23.08 19.76 +.22 -6.0 Carbonite Q CARB 41.25 18.55 682 34.90 2866 36.15 33.40 -.40 +39.0 CardnlHlth N CAH 1.90f 3.8 12 78.32 48.14 4836 50.30 26000 50.99 49.13 +.98 -17.9sCardiovSys Q CSII 39.50 20.58 227 37.02 3302 39.50 33.10 +3.12 +56.3 Cardlytc n Q CDLX 25.71 11.10 50 18.75 437 19.59 17.54 -.53 +40.2 Cardtronic Q CATM 14 34.90 15.80 2635 30.20 4385 32.33 23.90 +5.29 +63.1 CareTrust Q CTRE .82 4.7 35 19.82 12.73 802 17.62 2809 17.86 16.29 +1.16 +5.1 Care.com N CRCM 22.95 12.80 168 18.50 2281 22.00 17.09 -2.26 +2.5 CareDx h Q CDNA 16.00 1.27 243 14.26 2135 14.64 11.93 +2.16 +94.3 CareerEd Q CECO .30f 1.8 19.07 8.10 391 16.92 2772 18.94 15.50 -1.31 +40.1sCarlisle N CSL 1.48 1.2 21 124.34 92.09 391 124.91 2430 125.35 121.21 +2.72 +9.9 CarlyleGp Q CG 1.38e 5.7 10 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75 277.85 320 294.00 271.15 -3.15 +19.4 ChuysHldg Q CHUY 32 34.10 18.00 58 30.85 370 32.70 30.50 -1.60 +10.0 CideraTh n Q CDTX 8.80 3.70 91 3.85 540 4.50 3.80 -.60 -43.4 CienaCorp N CIEN 6 27.73 19.40 1085 25.53 6911 25.72 25.19 +.17 +22.0 Cigna N CI .04 18 227.13 163.02 2833 189.25 18753 193.37 175.70 +12.00 -6.8 Cimarex N XEC .64 .7 20 130.16 82.45 1133 94.03 5008 100.89 93.14 -4.98 -22.9 Cimpress Q CMPR 171.76 86.74 138 146.58 934 150.16 134.51 +.72 +22.3 CincB pfB N CBBpB 3.38 6.9 52.37 48.15 4 49.05 11 49.37 49.05 -.27 -3.8 CinciBell rs N CBB 57 22.20 11.65 452 13.15 2038 13.78 12.85 +.10 -36.9 CinnFin Q CINF 2.12 2.8 22 81.98 66.33 308 75.54 4553 76.10 74.28 +1.10 +.8 Cinedigm rs Q CIDM 1.81 1.11 3 1.49 92 1.57 1.41 -.06 -.7 Cinemark N CNK 1.28f 3.6 16 44.00 32.03 684 35.48 5248 36.38 34.12 +.42 +1.9 CinerRes N CINR 2.27 8.2 14 29.36 22.61 7 27.65 32 28.41 27.43 +.50 +10.1 Cintas Q CTAS 1.62f .8 36 210.38 130.09 381 206.92 3023 208.63 201.37 +1.89 +32.8 Circor N CIR .15 .3 26 56.37 35.16 97 43.63 1103 44.81 42.53 +.50 -10.4 Cirrus Q CRUS 15 66.87 34.78 1694 41.45 10642 44.29 39.07 +.29 -20.1 Cisco Q CSCO 1.32f 3.1 22 46.37 30.36 13252 42.83 94900 42.88 41.20 +.26 +11.8 Cision N CISN 41 17.07 10.64 179 15.42 1773 16.01 14.88 -.32 +29.9 CitiTrends Q CTRN .32 1.1 23 32.49 17.43 66 28.45 378 29.56 27.14 +.21 +7.5sCiti GBP n N DGBP 27.36 18.65 27.36 1 27.36 27.18 +.85 +28.3tCitEUR Dl n N UEUR 31.62 21.82 4 21.75 15 22.82 21.75 -.55 -21.1 Citi EUR n N DEUR 27.48 18.78 2 27.16 5 27.33 25.94 +.71 +18.4 Citi AUD n N DAUD 27.22 18.62 25.71 0 25.81 25.71 -.38 +28.5 Citi JPY n N DJPY 25.15 18.17 0 23.80 2 24.23 23.80 +.40 +4.3 CitJPY Dl n N UJPY 39.22 23.90 0 25.27 1 25.46 25.05 -.20 -13.5 Citi CHF n N DCHF 26.77 19.08 26.26 0 +11.4 Citigp pfN N CpN 1.97 7.3 27.81 26.03 58 27.00 812 27.08 26.81 +.15 -1.7 CgpVelLCrd N UWT 45.10 12.13 1972 35.48 12812 38.48 33.51 -.59 +44.8 CgpVelICrd N DWT 32.84 5.81 4550 6.96 28397 7.41 6.47 +.01 -50.5 Citigroup N C 1.28 1.8 12 80.70 64.38 13674 72.39 72226 73.08 71.02 +1.15 -2.7 Citigrp pfC N CpC 1.45 5.8 25.99 24.70 13 25.11 147 25.24 25.06 -.15 -1.4 Citigp pfJ N CpJ 1.78 6.3 29.75 27.59 45 28.07 297 28.09 27.71 +.21 -2.7 Citigp pfK N CpK 1.72 6.3 29.99 26.85 43 27.38 342 27.86 27.13 +.01 -4.0 Citigrp pfS N CpS 1.58 6.1 27.40 25.44 36 25.93 168 26.34 25.81 +.02 -3.7tCitigrp pfL N CpL 1.72 6.7 27.12 25.48 28 25.62 154 26.00 25.48 +.11 -3.5 CitiusPh wt Q CTXRW 1.25 .21 .90 +50.0 CitiusPh n Q CTXR 5.49 2.08 44 2.15 246 2.70 2.15 -.54 -43.4 Citiz&Nthn Q CZNC 1.08 4.1 20 28.99 22.00 15 26.61 68 27.82 26.27 -.83 +10.9 CtzCmtyBc Q CZWI .20f 1.4 17 14.30 13.00 7 14.20 33 14.25 14.00 +.19 +5.2 CitizFincl N CFG .52 1.3 11 48.23 31.51 4112 40.42 20182 40.47 39.41 +.59 -3.7 CitizFst Q CZFC .28e 1.1 16 26.83 20.15 26.05 4 26.31 26.05 +.07 +8.5 CitizHold Q CIZN .96 4.1 17 25.90 21.18 23.26 0 23.26 23.05 -.34 +.7 CitizInc N CIA 8.87 6.67 71 7.60 278 8.10 7.55 -.26 +3.4 CitrixSy s Q CTXS 30 116.82 73.34 1071 109.94 8717 112.00 108.71 -2.11 +24.9sCtyHld Q CHCO 1.84 2.3 22 82.75 58.80 37 80.10 267 82.75 79.73 -1.68 +18.7 CityOffce g N CIO .94 10 13.93 10.03 158 12.75 930 13.08 12.51 +.21 -2.0 CityOff pfA N CIOpA 1.66 6.7 26.47 22.78 2 24.72 13 24.72 24.45 +.15 -1.8 Civeo N CVEO 4.64 1.57 337 3.77 2028 4.08 3.64 -.27 +38.1sCivistaBcsh Q CIVB .28 1.1 18 25.88 18.96 23 24.42 130 25.88 23.57 +.86 +11.0 Civista pf Q CIVBP 1.63 2.1 80.00 61.34 0 76.52 0 76.52 76.52 +.47 +3.5 CivitasSolu N CIVI 31 19.90 11.15 55 16.60 311 16.90 15.90 +.65 -2.9sClarus Q CLAR 9.10 5.20 132 9.20 396 9.35 8.45 +.75 +17.2 ClayGSCn N GCE 1.43e 9.2 17.55 14.85 15.51 3 15.70 15.51 +.08 -6.9 CleanEngy Q CLNE 4.05 1.31 967 2.76 5774 2.93 2.69 -.02 +36.0sCleanHarb N CLH 64.71 44.75 710 61.79 3886 64.71 55.76 +5.44 +14.0 ClearChan N CCO 5.75 3.60 108 4.55 813 4.75 4.30 +.20 -1.1 ClrBrEnTR N CTR 1.35e 11.3 13.18 9.50 67 12.00 289 12.23 11.64 +.41 +3.3 ClearOne Q CLRO .28 8.3 9.95 3.11 1 3.36 17 3.50 3.35 -.09 -62.5 ClrAllCGr n Q CACG 31.45 24.97 13 30.84 70 31.01 30.42 -.06 +10.7 ClrLgCap n N LRGE 33.55 26.78 9 33.09 10 33.09 32.79 +.05 +12.6 ClrDvStr n Q YLDE 29.07 25.67 28.49 1 28.49 28.49 -.07 +3.0 ClrbrgMLP N CBA .80m 9.6 9.58 6.53 148 8.33 642 8.34 7.94 +.41 +.6 ClearEnFd N CEM 1.76f 11.6 17.36 12.10 93 15.18 501 15.25 14.58 +.66 -.6 ClrbEOpFd N EMO 1.47e 12.3 13.36 9.56 66 11.95 416 11.98 11.41 +.59 +1.3 Clearfield Q CLFD 29 15.30 10.35 34 12.95 276 13.30 12.60 +.65 +5.7 ClearsBio n Q CLSD 15.33 5.30 246 7.81 1791 9.05 7.60 -.75 +11.6 ClearSign Q CLIR 4.70 1.65 59 1.85 260 2.05 1.85 -.10 -48.6 ClearwPpr N CLW 14 50.60 21.55 362 26.20 1498 26.45 21.65 +4.30 -42.3 ClemPhr n Q CMTA 20.15 9.00 19 9.83 271 11.33 9.65 -1.45 -48.2tCleBio hrs Q CBLI 4.25 2.20 2 2.51 326 3.16 2.20 -.01 -37.4 ClevCliffs N CLF 7 11.44 5.60 10183 10.88 46903 10.96 10.26 +.21 +50.9 ClipRlty n N CLPR .38 11.72 7.62 20 10.51 271 10.73 9.97 +.27 +5.2 Clorox N CLX 3.84 2.7 24 150.40 113.57 1787 143.08 11409 144.89 131.72 +11.32 -3.8tCloudPeak N CLD 5.70 2.53 579 2.63 3825 2.74 2.53 -.08 -40.9 Cloudera n N CLDR 22.43 12.57 937 13.58 5913 14.20 13.18 -.55 -17.8 CloughGA A GLV 1.44 11.5 14.39 12.25 99 12.49 271 12.68 12.42 -.16 -6.4 CloughGEq A GLQ 1.38 9.5 14.96 12.71 25 14.58 227 14.93 14.35 -.22 +9.1 ClghGlbOp A GLO 1.20 10.7 11.67 10.40 115 11.24 608 11.30 11.10 +.01 +3.3tClovisOnc Q CLVS 92.75 40.80 3236 37.68 9309 46.80 37.05 -7.53 -44.6 CoDiagn n Q CODX 6.85 1.45 6 3.69 193 3.88 3.31 +.29 +39.7 CoBizFncl Q COBZ .40 1.8 34 23.48 16.28 131 22.01 1848 22.29 21.76 -.14 +10.1 CoStar Q CSGP 86 446.96 255.41 101 423.02 998 430.45 409.75 +1.22 +42.5 CoastFn n Q CCB 16.75 15.50 66 16.17 171 16.50 15.90 -.31 -1.4 CoastwayB Q CWAY 75 27.95 19.55 5 27.75 34 27.90 27.70 +.10 +30.9 CCFemsa N KOF 1.75e 2.8 86.58 54.53 57 62.47 285 63.10 61.39 +.27 -10.3 CocaBtl Q COKE 1.00 .7 38 244.80 125.08 40 149.48 247 151.66 138.00 +9.55 -30.6 CocaCola N KO 1.56 3.3 88 48.62 41.45 11463 46.62 59714 46.76 46.05 +.41 +1.6 CocaCEur n N CCE 1.04 2.6 44.75 36.17 1373 40.57 6764 41.66 40.17 -.98 +1.8 CocrystP n Q COCP 6.45 1.61 5 4.18 70 4.50 3.75 -.35 -9.2 CodaOct n Q CODA 8.44 3.28 48 4.62 170 4.80 4.40 -.17 -3.2 Codexis Q CDXS 16.80 4.80 312 13.75 1409 14.85 13.35 +.05 +64.7 CdrsVlly Q CVLY .62b 2.0 16 33.46 22.82 7 31.62 35 31.99 30.50 +.30 +14.9tCoeur N CDE 59 9.87 6.44 3538 6.50 24308 7.21 6.44 -.71 -13.3 CoffeeH Q JVA 42 5.75 3.65 12 5.45 66 5.50 5.21 +.04 +27.9 CogentC Q CCOI 2.08f 4.1 57.65 35.75 138 50.48 1564 52.90 46.90 -1.73 +11.4 Cognex s Q CGNX .18 .3 40 72.99 39.90 1391 52.88 11879 54.43 44.18 +7.22 -13.5 CognizTch Q CTSH .80 1.0 24 85.10 67.72 5647 77.82 28324 82.29 74.83 -3.74 +9.6 CohBar n Q CWBR 10.79 4.44 69 5.20 336 6.02 5.08 -.43 +4.6 Cohen n A COHN .80 8.0 12.00 7.50 10.02 3 10.41 9.36 -.42 +24.9 CohSClosed N FOF 1.04 7.8 13.52 11.60 17 13.31 381 13.36 12.96 +.08 CohStGlbI N INB 1.12 11.7 10.44 9.05 139 9.55 309 9.76 9.50 -.11 -3.4 Cohen&Str N CNS 1.32 3.2 19 47.83 36.29 110 41.11 668 42.35 40.18 -.66 -13.1 CohStInfra N UTF 1.60 6.9 24.61 20.88 329 23.21 1071 23.49 23.07 +.06 -3.3 C&SLtDP&I N LDP 1.87 7.5 27.25 24.85 110 24.93 320 25.16 24.85 +.02 -4.4 C&SIncEgy N MIE 1.32 12.1 11.40 8.86 146 10.91 468 11.00 10.50 +.43 +6.4 CohStQIR N RQI .96 7.8 13.19 10.55 175 12.24 1154 12.25 11.81 +.30 -3.2 CohStRE N RNP 1.48 7.5 21.98 17.91 79 19.69 491 19.69 19.20 +.37 -7.4 CohStSelPf N PSF 2.06 7.4 29.16 25.16 24 27.91 114 27.99 27.25 +.24 -1.2 CohenStTR N RFI .96 7.6 12.87 11.50 56 12.61 365 12.71 12.35 +.02 -1.3 Coherent Q COHR 26 329.00 145.66 420 182.10 4557 184.93 155.53 +11.20 -35.5 CoherusBio Q CHRS 19.60 8.05 588 18.15 2806 19.25 17.50 +.55 +106.3 Cohu Q COHU .24 .9 35 26.66 17.11 598 26.29 1211 26.46 24.54 +.75 +19.8 Colfax N CFX 25 43.29 28.80 1295 31.97 4018 32.45 31.10 +.97 -19.3 ColgPalm N CL 1.68 2.5 24 77.91 61.28 4212 67.50 22313 68.43 65.36 +.84 -10.5 CollPlant n Q CLGN 8.99 4.70 4 5.99 45 6.77 5.23 -.34 -33.1tCllctUnv Q CLCT .70 5.3 10 30.82 13.24 35 13.26 208 13.57 13.24 -.23 -53.7 Collegium n Q COLL 29.90 9.01 750 18.27 2161 20.07 17.65 -.37 -1.0 Colliers Q CIGI .10 .1 27 83.80 46.60 22 79.25 298 82.85 78.75 -2.60 +31.3 ColonyBk Q CBAN .20 1.2 11 19.50 11.10 1 17.05 23 17.45 16.50 -.45 +16.8 ColonCap N CLNS 14.72 5.28 1122 6.11 11167 6.21 5.94 +.16 -46.5sColCap pfB N CLNSpB 2.06 8.0 25.82 22.26 15 25.84 47 25.95 25.60 +.24 +1.7 ColCap pfE N CLNSpE 2.19 8.3 27.45 23.86 4 26.38 37 26.40 26.25 +.08 -.7 ColCap pfG N CLNSpG 1.88 7.7 26.68 22.49 1 24.36 20 24.45 24.06 +.17 -3.1 ColCap pfJ N CLNSpJ 24.84 21.48 17 23.60 86 23.60 23.21 +.14 -3.9 ColCap pfI N CLNSpI 1.79 7.6 25.94 21.81 11 23.62 83 23.84 23.21 +.16 -6.2 ColCap pfH N CLNSpH 1.78 7.5 26.00 21.61 1 23.72 27 23.79 23.51 -.07 -5.2 ColBnkg Q COLB 1.04 2.5 21 48.06 35.67 242 41.29 1266 42.19 40.48 -.02 -4.9 Col Sust n N ESGW 32.13 27.20 29.68 88 30.14 29.63 -.25 -1.6 Col SusInt n N ESGN 32.31 27.17 1 28.95 5 29.34 28.70 -.27 -5.3 Col SusUS n N ESGS 32.51 28.62 29.99 13 30.19 29.97 -.42 +1.3 ColumFn n Q CLBK 17.73 15.30 60 16.64 502 17.00 16.52 -.04 +7.9 Col Bey N BBRC .50e 2.8 20.47 16.95 0 18.17 4 18.34 18.10 +.17 -1.4 ColEmxChi N XCEM 30.22 24.42 0 26.09 3 26.22 25.82 +.16 -5.7 ColQualDv N HILO .32e 2.2 17.10 13.72 1 14.85 5 14.92 14.76 +.08 -6.5 Col EMCns N ECON .10e .4 29.87 23.71 67 24.63 522 25.12 24.32 -.34 -12.4 Col IndiaC N INCO .03e .1 51.06 41.41 23 47.80 57 47.99 46.91 +1.01 -3.7 Col IndiaInf N INXX .10e .8 16.79 11.99 4 13.13 38 13.16 12.92 +.13 -17.2 Col IndSC N SCIN .17e .9 25.98 16.18 1 18.25 11 18.25 17.62 +.75 -22.1sColumbPT N CXP .80 3.4 14 23.38 19.55 723 23.27 4265 23.39 22.49 +.35 +1.4 ColSelTec N STK .92a 4.2 24.58 20.09 68 22.09 327 22.18 21.58 +.13 -.7 ColuSprtw Q COLM .88 1.0 30 95.58 54.89 208 86.59 2410 88.34 83.94 +1.21 +20.5 Colmbus Q CMCO .20 .5 45.85 25.61 154 41.08 1058 43.54 39.43 -.19 +2.8tcomScore n Q SCOR 25.69 18.87 45 19.49 770 20.62 18.87 -.18 -20.4 Comcast s Q CMCSA .76 2.1 17 44.00 30.43 16461 35.41 104520 36.09 34.62 +.33 -11.2 Comerica N CMA 2.40f 2.4 17 102.66 64.04 1906 98.02 11429 99.48 95.78 +1.73 +12.9 ComfrtS N FIX .34f .6 35 59.05 31.90 266 55.25 2617 56.80 53.85 +.90 +26.6 CommScpe Q COMM 32 41.60 26.29 809 31.64 7504 32.48 30.41 +1.04 -16.4tComndSec A MOC 3.55 1.20 249 1.70 2986 2.25 1.20 +.36 -44.6 CmcBMO Q CBSH .94f 1.4 20 70.00 49.43 317 68.39 2151 69.09 66.27 +.33 +22.5 CmcBc pfB Q CBSHP 1.50 5.8 27.27 25.00 5 25.73 26 25.88 25.65 -.04 -2.4 CmclMtls N CMC .48 2.3 43 26.72 17.05 550 21.26 4108 22.55 21.20 -.97 -.3 CmclVehcl Q CVGI 30 13.90 5.55 111 7.13 649 7.15 6.80 +.19 -33.3 CommSys Q JCS .16 4.4 4.79 3.18 8 3.60 58 3.89 3.60 -.05 +1.1 CmtyBkSy N CBU 1.36 2.1 17 65.51 48.89 100 63.52 1159 64.84 63.04 -.69 +18.2 CmtyBkTr Q ESXB 23 10.05 7.90 23 9.10 162 9.55 9.05 -.30 +11.7 CmtyFinCp Q TCFC .40 1.2 17 40.69 32.06 5 34.10 25 34.85 33.99 -.52 -11.0 CommuFt n Q CFBI 13.91 10.53 0 11.62 15 11.72 11.47 -.08 +.2 CmtyHlt N CYH 8.07 2.66 2131 3.22 12691 3.47 3.05 +.10 -24.4 CmtyHlt rt Q CYHHZ .04 .01 962 .03 9914 .03 .02 +.00 +257.1 CmtyHcT n N CHCT 1.61f 5.2 31.08 22.41 54 30.73 331 30.84 29.55 +.90 +9.4 CmtyTrBc Q CTBI 1.44f 3.0 16 53.00 40.33 48 48.70 292 50.88 48.60 -.80 +3.4 CmtyWest Q CWBC .20 1.7 18 12.97 10.05 8 12.00 25 12.26 11.90 -.35 +12.7 CommVlt Q CVLT 72.65 48.35 409 65.65 4029 67.85 62.55 +2.00 +25.0 CBD-Pao N CBD .08e .3 25.90 18.36 446 22.94 2377 23.08 21.89 +.79 -2.7 CompDivHd N CODI 1.44 8.2 18.35 14.60 153 17.55 560 17.70 17.25 +.05 +3.5 ComDivH pf N CODIpA 1.81 8.1 25.75 20.01 4 22.21 34 22.47 21.90 +.03 -9.9 CompssMn N CMP 2.88 4.2 24 76.65 56.50 274 68.45 1512 68.85 65.50 +.60 -5.3 Compugn Q CGEN 5.00 2.25 179 3.10 744 3.30 3.10 -.05 +24.0tCmptrPr Q CPSI .40 1.5 42 34.65 27.60 691 26.40 1417 33.95 25.15 -7.45 -12.1 CmpTask Q CTG .24 3.9 9.62 4.90 17 6.12 549 6.59 5.84 -.33 +20.0 Compx A CIX .20 1.6 12 16.50 11.95 4 12.88 14 13.15 12.47 +.43 -3.2 CmstkH rs Q CHCI 6.58 1.20 76 2.82 178 2.85 2.41 +.25 +66.0tComstkM rs A LODE 1.34 .18 185 .19 1963 .21 .18 -.02 -52.3 ComstkRs rs N CRK 12.32 4.01 354 8.63 2869 9.67 8.32 -.89 +2.0 Comtech Q CMTL .40 1.2 27 35.38 17.11 67 33.82 406 34.55 33.00 +.38 +52.9 ConAgra N CAG .85 2.3 18 39.43 32.16 5487 37.60 23946 37.82 36.11 +.53 -.2 ConatusPh Q CNAT 7.95 3.22 293 3.86 1366 4.17 3.82 -.19 -16.5 ConcertPh Q CNCE 30.71 13.57 157 16.50 1221 17.86 15.79 +.28 -36.2 ConchoRes N CXO 20 163.11 106.73 3581 133.50 14996 151.23 133.42 -14.81 -11.1 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 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 4, 2018

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ConcdMed N CCM 4.29 2.46 5 3.79 23 3.94 3.48 -.11 +13.8 CondHos rs A CDOR .78e 7.5 17 10.99 8.13 15 10.36 37 10.62 10.31 -.12 +4.1 Conduent n N CNDT 21.06 14.95 1711 18.81 9451 18.85 17.79 +.66 +16.4tConformis n Q CFMS 5.22 .93 382 1.00 2400 1.10 .93 +.01 -58.0 ConiferH n Q CNFR 7.20 5.00 0 6.35 8 6.80 5.80 +.20 +9.5sConmed Q CNMD .80 1.0 28 83.49 47.67 184 80.08 979 83.49 72.59 +6.64 +57.1 Conns Q CONN 51 38.55 16.55 186 34.35 1174 35.20 32.73 -.40 -3.4 ConnectOne Q CNOB .30 1.2 22 31.40 21.04 65 24.60 865 25.23 24.60 -.30 -4.5 ConnWtrSv Q CTWS 1.25f 2.0 39 69.72 48.86 35 62.85 177 64.89 62.05 -1.10 +9.5sConocoPhil N COP 1.14f 1.6 57 72.94 42.27 4004 71.29 24683 72.94 70.61 -.16 +29.9 ConsolCom Q CNSL 1.55 14.3 20.72 10.31 1919 10.85 5114 12.91 10.84 -1.63 -11.0 ConEd N ED 2.86 3.6 16 89.70 71.12 1775 79.11 9740 79.58 77.09 +.56 -6.9 CnsTom A CTO .28f .4 7 67.97 51.02 6 62.47 111 67.02 62.07 -.22 -1.6 ConsolWtr Q CWCO .34 2.5 41 15.35 11.20 21 13.80 159 14.30 13.57 +.15 +10.3sConstAlph n Q CNAC 10.00 9.55 423 10.06 681 10.10 9.97 +.08 +3.2 ConstAl wt Q CNACW .30 .20 .25 +13.6 ConstAl rt Q CNACR .95 .25 34 .63 34 .66 .57 +.05 +101.9 ConstellA N STZ 2.96f 1.4 17 236.62 191.71 3461 214.01 11683 214.50 205.35 +.06 -6.4 ConstellB N STZ/B 2.68f 1.3 21 234.00 191.29 210.48 0 210.48 210.48 -6.24 -7.5tConstPh n Q CNST 12.21 9.84 60 10.42 353 11.50 9.02 -.97 -9.4 Constellm N CSTM 14.10 8.00 519 12.40 3775 13.35 12.30 -.45 +11.2 ConstPrt n Q ROAD 14.06 10.86 57 11.46 315 12.58 11.45 -1.03 -5.3tConsuPtf Q CPSS 5 4.86 3.18 7 3.35 123 3.57 3.18 +.06 -19.3 CnE pfB N CMSpB 4.50 4.4 105.95 96.93 1 102.38 3 103.00 101.96 -.39 -1.5sContainStr N TCS 22 10.15 3.53 1002 10.90 9261 10.94 6.51 +4.23 +130.0 Contango A MCF 6.92 2.22 435 5.10 1198 5.76 4.98 -.37 +8.3sContlBldg N CBPX 23 32.75 21.00 1058 34.30 1735 34.90 31.10 +2.90 +21.8 ContMatls A CUO 24.60 15.85 3 16.20 8 16.95 15.88 +.22 -14.7 ContlRescs N CLR 69.91 32.04 2047 62.70 8035 64.27 60.88 +1.83 +18.4 ContraFect Q CFRX 2.93 .80 266 1.91 1146 2.15 1.85 -.03 +89.1 ContraV rs Q CTRV 6.60 .69 197 .75 1295 .85 .70 +.01 -73.9 Control4 Q CTRL 52 35.99 20.50 1979 31.67 3023 32.88 25.09 +6.46 +6.4 ConvrgOn n Q CVON .02p 10.83 8.01 18 9.32 522 9.61 9.19 +.11 -6.6 Cnvrgys N CVG .44f 1.8 16 26.72 21.13 833 24.42 8535 24.74 24.35 -.05 +3.9 CoolHl rs Q AWSM 13.45 2.70 118 4.00 276 4.49 3.70 -.10 -44.3sCooperCo N COO .06 99 261.71 216.47 263 260.31 1520 261.71 253.75 +6.32 +19.5 CooperTire N CTB .42 1.5 20 40.78 22.58 1377 27.85 4683 28.95 26.60 +1.25 -21.2sCooperStd N CPS 16 144.98 95.33 133 142.70 1071 146.78 131.38 +8.63 +16.5 CopaHold N CPA 3.48f 3.6 11 141.34 91.75 302 95.63 1567 98.53 91.80 -2.42 -28.7 Copart s Q CPRT 37 60.43 30.46 754 57.43 6032 57.95 55.86 +.49 +33.0 Copel N ELP .26e 4.6 9.69 5.24 195 5.70 2013 5.72 5.40 +.02 -25.3tCorbusPhm Q CRBP 9.96 4.75 407 4.70 1754 5.15 4.70 -.25 -33.8 Corcept Q CORT 13 25.96 11.98 2446 13.85 6870 14.21 12.50 +1.12 -23.3 CoreLabs N CLB 2.20 2.0 62 130.34 86.55 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+.8 CrackerB Q CBRL 5.00f 3.4 16 179.12 141.75 192 145.58 1349 147.93 143.01 -1.15 -8.4 CraftBrew Q BREW 31 21.00 16.55 67 18.40 374 19.85 18.35 -.80 -4.2 Crane N CR 1.40 1.6 29 102.65 71.23 229 89.57 1978 92.36 87.31 +.75 +.4 CrwfdA N CRD/A .28 3.4 59 9.95 6.78 11 8.28 111 8.97 8.23 -.12 -2.6 CrwfdB N CRD/B .20 2.4 59 12.40 7.54 8 8.26 137 8.97 8.22 -.21 -14.1 Cray Inc Q CRAY 62 28.60 17.60 508 23.00 2581 25.60 21.70 -1.45 -5.0 Credicp N BAP 8.57e 3.7 239.54 185.00 216 230.80 1169 231.64 223.44 +1.26 +11.3sCreditAcc Q CACC 21 449.89 245.54 202 446.00 1258 449.89 375.00 +67.60 +37.9 CS EnEur50 N FIEU 153.69 109.31 0 128.40 1 133.00 128.40 -3.42 -6.4 CSVixMd rs Q TVIZ 16.27 7.93 3 8.43 56 8.90 8.32 -.23 -6.0 CSVixST rs Q VIIX 23.85 10.84 119 12.82 651 13.79 12.68 -.45 +8.8 CS FILgCG N FLGE 283.48 181.57 4 276.49 17 276.49 264.57 +4.36 +21.2tCSSilvCC Q SLVO .61e 8.6 8.63 7.01 7 7.07 66 7.15 6.95 -.05 -10.5tCSGoldCvC Q GLDI .53e 6.4 9.48 8.22 8 8.24 57 8.33 8.21 -.06 -8.7 CSVS3xInSlv Q DSLV 30.51 20.03 84 29.43 548 30.23 28.39 +.41 +24.7sCSVS3xInG Q DGLD 55.44 37.83 83 54.74 534 55.44 52.71 +1.32 +25.5tCS VS3xGld Q UGLD 12.72 8.32 743 8.43 4941 8.75 8.32 -.20 -24.3 CSVIVxMT Q ZIV 94.42 60.60 88 77.79 517 78.37 75.44 +1.07 -12.3 CrSuisInco A CIK .26 8.4 3.46 3.11 179 3.14 842 3.15 3.12 -5.1 CS InvBr n N DBRT 85.47 23.07 25.54 1 25.56 25.52 -3.03 -49.0 CS LgBrnt n N UBRT 316.38 115.89 254.53 0 256.00 254.53 +8.31 +42.7 CrS Crd n Q USOI 2.59e 9.2 33.00 22.27 0 28.16 6 28.96 27.90 -.16 +5.7 CS MthlMtg N REML 33.31 22.00 19 27.50 60 28.12 27.04 +.30 -10.1 CS CrdeOil N OIIL 44.02 27.69 0 41.87 4 42.57 41.10 -.03 +18.9 CS MAsHi N MLTI 1.30e 29.48 27.00 28.15 0 28.16 28.15 +.15 +.5 CS VSSilv Q USLV 14.96 7.63 2489 7.88 12402 8.19 7.68 -.12 -32.1 CredSuiss N CS 1.22e 7.7 19.98 14.37 2254 15.79 10238 16.30 15.75 +.10 -11.5 CrSuiHiY A DHY .29 11.0 2.89 2.56 237 2.62 1364 2.65 2.56 +.03 -7.7 Cree Inc Q CREE 50.68 20.50 1084 49.05 3854 49.62 46.02 +1.68 +32.1 CrescPtE g N CPG .12 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30.87 0 31.91 0 31.95 31.91 +2.5 DxBrzBull s N BRZU 65.25 15.82 3035 27.67 8712 27.92 23.67 +1.53 -31.3 DxBiotBll rs N LABU 116.54 55.10 973 91.15 5635 96.56 87.00 -1.68 +17.1 DxIndiBll rs N INDL 120.64 67.97 37 90.54 217 90.54 85.24 +4.29 -11.3 DxNGBll rs N GASL 31.99 14.60 81 22.55 425 23.84 21.93 +.08 -11.2 DrDevMBr N DPK 15.44 10.08 1 12.43 16 12.63 11.96 +.35 +.9 DxSPOGBl s N GUSH 47.55 15.04 1697 37.09 7608 40.53 36.20 -.84 +22.2tDxREBear N DRV 15.62 9.07 126 9.10 398 10.21 9.05 -.91 -13.1 Dir20yrTBr N TYBS 21.58 19.69 0 20.88 2 20.91 20.88 +.03 +4.8 DrxJpBull N JPNL 96.48 56.81 5 68.10 19 70.98 66.98 -3.35 -11.7tDrxSKBull N KORU 72.86 35.13 21 36.87 209 39.35 35.13 -1.38 -40.8 DxSCBear rs N TZA 18.57 8.31 7565 8.84 47033 9.20 8.62 -.16 -28.0 DxFnBr rs N FAZ 17.36 9.58 1024 9.70 5773 10.10 9.70 -.11 -17.0 DrxHmbBull N NAIL 110.62 41.70 19 52.10 89 54.21 50.94 -.45 -43.6 Dx30TBear N TMV 22.45 17.07 838 20.05 2838 20.61 19.85 -.01 +13.7 DxFnBull s N FAS 82.80 47.17 886 71.50 5349 71.50 68.61 +.85 +4.6 DrxACInsi N KNOW .48e 1.1 43.81 38.11 7 42.28 44 42.38 41.64 +.19 +1.9 DxMCBr rs N MIDZ 19.74 10.68 2 10.97 41 11.48 10.90 -.31 -18.5tDrx300Chin N CHAU 37.53 18.36 162 18.38 822 21.36 18.30 -2.25 -38.1 DxHcrBll s N CURE 63.45 38.85 75 56.10 288 56.17 52.39 +3.41 +20.4 DxTcBull s N TECL 161.70 78.86 130 151.40 871 151.40 137.00 +5.31 +35.0 DxRetlBll s N RETL 48.79 21.33 14 45.17 69 45.25 42.00 +1.60 +25.3 DxSOXBll s N SOXL .12e .1 209.00 84.86 270 162.00 2378 163.58 150.70 +3.14 +17.5 Dir30TrBul s N TMF 23.46 16.93 361 18.32 1839 18.52 17.81 -.03 -17.1 Dir10TrBear N TYO 16.00 13.12 6 15.13 35 15.38 15.13 -.04 +7.6 Dx10yTBull N TYD 47.36 38.20 39.70 6 40.03 39.65 -.21 -9.5 DxMCBull s N MIDU 53.91 33.43 15 51.62 81 51.91 49.13 +1.90 +11.2 DrxREBull s N DRN 24.73 14.68 45 22.91 336 23.00 20.46 +1.99 +.3 DirxChiBull N YINN .38e 1.6 53.89 22.31 1051 23.58 6699 26.49 22.60 -2.30 -30.7 DirxDMBull N DZK 100.54 68.41 1 74.32 10 77.75 73.29 -2.55 -9.8 DrxSCBull s N TNA .41e .5 92.67 48.17 2686 86.28 11611 88.42 83.04 +1.37 +22.8 DrxSPBull s N SPXL 54.49 33.86 1928 50.41 12103 50.42 48.07 +1.08 +13.7 DirxEnBull N ERX 44.29 21.37 2261 36.70 9586 40.24 36.07 -2.02 +5.1 Discover N DFS 1.60f 2.2 14 81.93 57.50 2715 73.34 10027 73.55 70.98 +.18 -4.7 DiscIncA Q DISCA 14 28.78 15.99 3729 27.06 14122 27.16 25.91 +1.03 +20.9 DiscIncB Q DISCB 16 48.85 19.25 0 31.00 0 31.00 30.05 +.95 +25.0 DiscIncC Q DISCK 13 26.64 14.99 1016 24.94 7725 25.03 23.92 +.68 +17.8 DishNetw h Q DISH 16 66.48 28.80 8961 34.20 21351 34.31 29.80 +4.05 -28.4 Disney N DIS 1.68 1.5 16 114.68 96.20 4722 114.09 31655 114.10 111.68 +1.47 +6.1 Diversicre Q DVCR .22 3.3 18 12.25 5.98 0 6.71 1 6.86 6.48 -.17 -32.9tDivrsRst h Q SAUC 1 2.37 .85 261 .87 1139 1.00 .85 -.08 -45.6 Div&Inco N DNI 1.63 13.3 14.25 11.61 48 12.26 266 12.31 12.12 +.01 -8.7tDixieGrp Q DXYN 4.60 1.80 19 2.10 131 2.30 1.75 +.05 -45.5 DrReddy N RDY .29e .9 39.96 28.13 305 33.12 2436 33.13 30.07 +2.72 -11.8 DocuSign n Q DOCU 66.80 37.00 858 57.01 6432 59.60 50.06 +2.19 +43.5 DocuSec rs A DSS 3.16 .56 142 1.46 297 1.56 1.45 +.01 -18.9 DgssInt A n Q DOGZ 6.40 2.50 8 2.95 65 3.25 2.82 +.09 -50.0 DolbyLab N DLB .64 1.0 67 74.29 48.00 261 64.73 2573 65.75 62.70 -.76 +4.4 DollarGen N DG 1.16f 1.2 16 105.82 70.30 1212 98.23 7313 99.15 96.37 +.80 +5.6 DollarTree Q DLTR 13 116.65 71.19 1389 90.28 15724 91.33 87.60 +2.29 -15.9 DolphEnt hn Q DLPN 5.77 2.47 239 3.08 286 3.19 2.90 +.07 -14.4 DomMidst N DM 1.34f 8.5 11 34.85 12.55 1170 15.75 8641 16.05 14.25 +.75 -48.3 DomEngy N D 3.34 4.6 15 85.30 61.53 2555 72.12 19204 72.38 69.69 +.86 -11.0 DomRes un N DCUD 53.58 42.50 530 48.48 990 48.48 47.25 +.49 -6.2 DomRs76 n N DRUA 25.94 23.04 42 24.53 193 24.69 24.49 +.02 -4.1 Dominos N DPZ 2.20f .8 44 293.81 166.74 612 279.50 4055 279.87 253.64 +18.80 +47.9 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 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tDomo B n Q DOMO 28.86 15.79 289 17.03 3350 17.50 15.79 +.40 -37.6 Domtar g N UFS 1.74 3.5 18 52.58 37.35 581 49.95 4788 49.96 45.54 +2.25 +.9 Donaldson N DCI .76f 1.6 25 52.20 42.59 316 47.87 1961 48.02 46.67 +1.05 -2.2 DonegalA Q DGICA .57 3.9 25 18.25 13.28 14 14.51 105 14.85 13.61 +.84 -16.1tDonegalB Q DGICB .50 3.5 28 15.91 12.72 1 14.43 2 14.43 12.72 +1.11 -5.2tDonlleyRR rs N RRD .12m 2.4 6 12.57 4.75 1224 4.99 7727 6.00 4.75 -.43 -46.3 DonnlyFn n N DFIN 23.33 15.22 846 18.56 2109 21.00 18.32 -2.16 -4.8 DorchMin Q DMLP 1.63e 8.8 18 20.93 13.90 59 18.45 321 18.70 18.05 +21.4sDorianLPG N LPG 8.80 6.20 70 8.31 589 8.80 8.06 +.03 +1.1 Dorman Q DORM 24 83.44 56.36 154 73.30 807 75.00 71.07 +1.13 +19.9 DoubIncSol N DSL 1.80a 8.9 21.56 19.56 206 20.21 1295 20.27 20.00 +.21 +.1 DblLOppCr N DBL 2.00a 9.6 24.96 20.48 35 20.79 206 21.13 20.79 -.04 -6.3 DougDyn N PLOW 1.06f 2.3 33 49.50 30.23 51 47.05 565 49.40 46.85 -.80 +24.5 DEmmett N DEI 1.00 2.5 25 41.59 34.72 1122 39.47 5546 39.51 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DriveShack N DS .48 9.0 14 8.06 2.41 1308 5.32 2716 6.54 5.31 -.90 -3.8 DriveS pfB N DSpB 2.44 9.5 26.49 24.72 4 25.62 7 25.78 25.59 -.01 -.4 DriveS pfC N DSpC 2.01 7.9 26.08 23.36 25.35 1 25.55 25.16 +.10 +.9 DriveS pfD N DSpD 2.09 8.3 25.84 24.25 1 25.23 2 25.38 25.23 -.04 -.9tDropCar rs Q DCAR 13.52 1.15 21 1.16 212 1.26 1.15 -.03 -71.5tDropbox n Q DBX 43.50 26.61 3625 29.97 23882 30.40 26.61 -.06 +5.2 DryShips s Q DRYS .14e 1 6.90 1.02 453 5.09 4867 5.49 4.81 -.01 +44.2 DuPnt pfA N DDpA 3.50 4.1 96.65 82.01 0 86.00 1 87.57 86.00 -2.45 -6.9 DuPnt pfB N DDpB 4.50 4.4 110.00 100.00 102.00 2 102.02 101.77 -1.00 -5.8 Ducomun N DCO 18 35.89 25.06 20 31.83 93 33.47 31.58 -1.44 +11.9 Df&PGblUt N DPG 1.40 9.1 17.02 13.50 153 15.33 491 15.36 14.81 +.43 -1.2 DufPUC N DUC .60 7.1 9.33 8.40 56 8.48 158 8.53 8.45 -.00 -4.2 DukeEngy N DUK 3.71f 4.5 18 91.78 71.96 3122 81.55 17249 81.72 79.51 +.46 -3.0 DukeEn 73 N DUKH 1.28 5.1 26.31 23.71 19 25.11 70 25.22 24.94 +.04 -.9 DukeRlty N DRE .80 2.7 23 30.14 24.30 1912 29.39 11311 29.41 28.44 +.71 +8.0 DuluthH n Q DLTH 35 25.84 15.13 53 23.63 456 23.65 22.64 +.47 +32.4 DunBrad N DNB 2.09 1.7 18 134.25 105.42 180 124.32 1225 126.79 123.02 -1.65 +5.0 Dunkin Q DNKN 1.39 2.0 30 73.49 50.89 709 70.51 4263 70.85 68.55 +.93 +9.4 DurectCp Q DRRX 2.55 .75 553 1.41 5794 1.66 1.40 +52.9 Dycom N DY 21 123.99 73.95 425 88.01 2783 90.77 85.31 -1.92 -21.0 Dynagas N DLNG 1.00 11.0 15.05 7.51 144 9.12 1505 9.20 7.78 +1.34 -16.0 Dynags pfA N DLNGpA 2.25 8.8 26.97 25.09 7 25.69 38 26.30 25.66 +.16 -1.3 Dynasil Q DYSL 9 2.06 1.13 17 1.40 310 1.53 1.31 +.05 +18.6 Dynatronic Q DYNT 3.55 2.10 3 2.92 11 2.92 2.84 +.07 +1.1tDynavaxT Q DVAX 24.45 12.70 896 12.95 5305 13.90 12.70 -.60 -30.7 DynexCap N DX .72 11.2 15 7.41 6.02 501 6.41 3005 6.82 6.41 -.07 -8.6 Dynex pfA N DXpA 2.13 8.2 26.00 25.04 2 25.85 6 25.85 25.48 +.36 +1.4 Dynex pfB N DXpB 1.91 7.8 25.16 23.25 3 24.56 15 24.65 24.50 +.01 -.8E -:ETracBDC N BDCS 1.84e 8.8 22.44 18.72 6 20.86 40 20.88 20.54 +.23 +.5 ETrAlerNG N MLPG 1.86e 7.4 26.25 19.00 25.15 1 25.15 24.17 +1.24 +4.4 E-TrAlerInf N MLPI 1.88e 7.5 26.70 20.31 95 24.95 952 24.97 23.65 +1.40 +3.1 ETBbgCmd N DJCI 17.00 14.60 4 15.56 185 15.73 15.23 -.08 -2.9 ETrAlerian N AMU 1.45e 8.0 19.18 14.59 68 18.16 196 18.24 17.00 +.89 +4.8 E-TrFood N FUD 19.48 15.98 0 16.69 1 16.69 16.58 +.44 -7.3 E-TracAg N UAG 20.00 16.11 1 16.67 2 16.88 16.54 +.03 -6.3 ETr2xBDC N BDCL 3.52e 21.5 19.11 13.13 133 16.37 395 16.41 15.92 +.40 -.5 E-TrcCmci N UCI 16.37 12.85 3 15.05 244 15.32 14.87 -.02 -2.2 E-TrcSilv N USV 22.76 19.66 19.66 0 -9.6 E-TrcGld N UBG 35.00 30.70 31.00 1 31.00 31.00 +.30 -6.1 E-Trade Q ETFC 21 66.46 39.12 1901 60.11 11178 61.74 59.16 -1.12 +21.3teBay s Q EBAY 16 46.99 32.86 7154 33.66 50829 33.96 32.86 -.15 -10.8 eBay56 n Q EBAYL 1.50 5.7 27.35 25.00 45 26.10 157 26.20 26.02 -.03 -3.1 ECA MTrI N ECT .33e 17.2 5 2.55 1.45 30 1.90 179 1.99 1.85 +.05 -11.6 EDAP TMS Q EDAP 4.25 2.07 23 3.14 145 3.26 3.11 -.06 +9.4 eHealth Q EHTH 28.59 13.61 95 25.76 1178 26.33 22.85 +2.60 +48.3 ELF Inc n N ELF 26.00 13.36 332 14.39 1850 14.78 13.98 +.30 -35.5 EMC Inc s Q EMCI .88 3.4 18 32.19 24.51 11 25.54 57 27.00 25.52 -.79 -11.0 EMCOR N EME .32 .4 23 85.08 62.15 213 76.09 1994 77.47 75.19 -.20 -6.9sEMX Roy g A EMX 1.47 .67 63 1.28 539 1.47 1.19 +.04 +54.0 ENDRA n Q NDRA 5.88 1.55 36 2.43 243 2.65 2.21 +.13 -50.0 ENGlobal Q ENG 5 1.47 .73 11 1.31 76 1.33 1.20 +.07 +50.6 ENI N E 1.29e 3.4 40.15 30.13 152 37.64 1362 38.85 37.25 -.13 +13.4sEOG Rescs N EOG .88f .7 131.60 81.99 4117 122.41 18396 131.60 120.84 -6.74 +13.4 EP Energy N EPE 3.67 1.27 1471 1.98 6015 2.25 1.96 -.11 -16.1 EPAM Sys N EPAM 72 137.73 77.96 566 125.14 3421 131.98 115.95 -5.43 +16.5 EPR Prop N EPR 3.84 5.6 18 73.10 51.87 396 68.81 2969 69.00 65.12 +3.39 +5.1 EPR pfC N EPRpC 1.44 5.1 28.96 23.38 11 28.11 72 28.11 27.16 +1.07 +4.4 EPR pfE N EPRpE 2.25 6.3 37.19 33.48 1 35.70 4 35.70 35.20 +.89 -3.1 EPR Pr pfG N EPRpG 1.44 6.2 25.23 21.60 12 23.21 54 23.38 23.01 +.01 -7.3 EQT Corp N EQT .12 .2 66.16 43.70 4041 50.36 17299 51.32 48.59 +.51 -11.5 EQT GP n N EQGP 1.03e 4.7 11 30.74 21.05 466 22.11 1896 23.03 21.23 -.39 -17.8tEQT Mid N EQM 4.36f 8.5 10 77.97 48.91 714 51.46 4588 52.08 48.91 +.79 -29.6 ESSA Bcp Q ESSA .36 2.3 23 16.80 14.16 18 15.64 387 15.94 15.59 -.06 -.2 ETF SITRis N RISE 25.18 22.59 19 24.93 91 25.05 24.86 +.03 +4.9tETF JrSil N SILJ 13.81 9.78 37 9.93 382 10.34 9.78 -.32 -12.5 ETF Cyber N HACK 39.67 28.38 158 37.20 1544 37.80 36.22 -.43 +17.6 ETF MobP N IPAY 41.68 30.72 158 40.19 672 40.70 39.36 -.52 +15.2 ETF M AlH N MJ 39.72 26.02 86 26.77 545 27.36 26.42 +.28 -8.5 ETF M Vid N GAMR 55.00 41.53 18 48.04 127 49.01 47.62 -1.12 +.3 ETF Drone N IFLY 38.00 33.54 4 35.73 23 35.86 35.07 +.25 -4.4 ETF AIPw n N AIEQ 29.25 24.03 32 28.97 356 29.00 28.47 +.13 +11.9 BlStIsrTc n N ITEQ 36.64 30.11 11 34.96 47 35.61 34.75 -.70 +10.5 ETF Clim N ETHO 37.25 30.23 1 36.51 4 36.59 36.14 +.07 +7.4 ETFAlpAlt N ALFA 49.46 40.12 1 48.96 12 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28.39 24.21 1 25.56 2 25.74 25.44 -.04 -.7 ETFS EnCm N BEF 29.22 23.77 28.03 1 28.39 28.03 -.18 +10.5tETFSGold N SGOL 132.10 116.74 75 117.22 429 118.65 116.74 -.92 -7.1 ETF Pall N PALL 107.47 81.93 11 86.68 64 89.05 86.68 -1.32 -14.6 ETF Plat N PPLT 97.94 75.85 59 79.06 482 80.08 77.40 +.06 -10.6 EVO Pay n Q EVOP 24.63 19.00 79 21.51 1289 23.28 20.87 -1.77 +13.1 EXFO g Q EXFO 4.70 3.17 19 3.88 236 4.00 3.75 -.03 -10.9 eXp Wrld n Q EXPI 19.00 10.89 60 14.44 471 15.00 13.23 -.31 -6.2 EagleBncp Q EGBN 14 69.80 46.20 78 53.30 546 55.45 53.00 -1.65 -7.9 EagBcMT Q EBMT .36 1.9 16 21.95 17.35 1 19.20 6 19.20 19.00 +.10 -8.4 EagleBkS rs Q EGLE 6.14 4.18 275 5.43 1049 5.78 5.37 -.03 +21.2 EagleCGr A GRF .50e 2.3 8.59 7.16 8 7.82 12 8.15 7.81 -.18 -1.5 EaglFnB n Q EFBI .96f 6.0 19.57 15.00 0 15.99 7 16.14 15.90 -.01 -1.1 EagleGrInc N EGIF 1.31 8.3 17.23 14.83 14 15.69 80 15.75 15.42 +.20 -5.4 EagleMat N EXP .40 .4 24 122.49 86.51 308 99.66 3798 105.37 97.01 -8.72 -12.0 EaglePhm Q EGRX 39 85.66 45.05 263 77.70 1406 80.97 74.68 -2.75 +45.5 EaglePtCr N ECC .80 4.3 21.60 17.28 136 18.59 751 18.65 18.10 +.26 -1.2 EagleP pfA N ECCA 1.94 7.6 26.36 24.96 2 25.39 14 25.50 25.39 -.03 -1.7 EaglPt pfB N ECCB 1.94 7.4 26.60 25.50 2 26.31 10 26.55 26.25 -.04 EagleP27 n N ECCY 26.75 24.80 0 25.35 4 25.45 25.31 -.05 -.2 Earthstone N ESTE 12.16 7.80 129 9.60 902 9.95 9.30 +.40 -9.7 EstWstBcp Q EWBC .92f 1.4 17 73.98 52.86 363 65.05 2520 66.44 64.25 -.68 +6.9sEasterly un Q EACQU 11.45 9.41 11.40 1 11.45 11.38 +.25 +6.2tEastGvP n N DEA 1.04 5.4 29 22.32 18.73 336 19.32 2579 19.33 18.73 +.47 -9.5 EasternCo Q EML .44 1.6 38 31.00 24.00 5 27.85 37 30.08 27.60 -1.15 +6.5 Eastgrp N EGP 2.56 2.6 42 98.17 77.74 147 97.56 921 97.56 93.64 +3.41 +10.4 EastChem N EMN 2.24 2.2 14 112.45 82.33 994 101.99 5030 103.92 99.77 +1.10 +10.1 EKodak N KODK 13.28 2.95 144 3.25 1426 3.40 3.10 -.10 +4.8 EastsDist n Q EAST 9.25 3.35 40 7.47 84 8.00 7.40 -.27 +85.4 Eaton N ETN 2.64 3.2 19 89.85 69.82 1862 81.57 15564 83.63 79.69 +1.00 +3.2 EatVn 22 n N EFL 10.09 9.08 54 9.38 286 9.39 9.25 +.01 +1.5 EatV HiIn21 N EHT .60 6.3 10.44 9.34 11 9.55 216 9.63 9.53 +.01 -4.5 EV CAMu A EVM .68 6.6 12.89 10.15 31 10.31 232 10.37 10.25 +.01 -10.4 EVCAMu2 A EIA .62 5.8 13.00 10.55 0 10.77 28 10.81 10.71 +.02 -6.3 EVCAMu A CEV .71 6.1 13.01 11.23 18 11.48 68 11.48 11.33 +.06 -5.6 EatnVan N EV 1.24f 2.4 19 60.95 45.06 209 52.31 2654 53.61 51.45 -.85 -7.2 EV EnEq N EOI 1.04 6.6 16.46 12.94 55 15.75 379 15.79 15.48 +.13 +8.5 EV EEq2 N EOS 1.05 6.0 17.78 14.41 82 17.48 619 17.53 17.07 -.09 +14.8 EV FltRt N EFT .91 6.2 15.33 14.03 94 14.69 371 14.73 14.55 +.02 +2.5 EVFltRtIP N EFF 1.13 7.0 17.13 15.93 19 16.24 126 16.32 16.15 -.08 -.4 EV LtdDur A EVV 1.22 9.7 14.29 12.47 238 12.64 1108 12.66 12.55 +.07 -7.4 EV MAMu A MAB .65 5.1 16.00 12.35 4 12.76 17 12.90 12.76 -.14 -3.4 EVMAMu A MMV .69 5.4 14.04 12.26 1 12.77 22 12.86 12.77 -.11 -2.6 EV MIMu A MIW .71 5.4 14.39 12.52 1 13.04 3 13.11 13.03 -.07 -3.1 EVMIMu A EMI .71 5.5 13.83 12.04 2 12.88 11 12.99 12.83 -.12 +.4 EVMuniBd A EIM .77 6.5 12.98 11.60 94 11.85 485 11.87 11.72 +.09 -5.3 EVMuni2 A EIV .70 5.9 12.95 11.47 13 11.84 191 11.97 11.83 -.16 -3.8 EVMunTT N ETX .85 4.3 21.20 18.81 10 19.76 41 19.91 19.59 -.13 -4.6 EV MuIT N EVN .85 7.2 13.13 11.39 76 11.82 300 11.90 11.75 +.03 -4.7 EV NMuOp N EOT 1.03 4.8 23.54 19.90 20 21.39 109 21.86 20.83 +.46 -5.1 EV NJMu A EMJ .75 6.2 13.49 11.51 3 12.10 80 12.30 11.97 +.04 -2.7 EVNJMu A EVJ .73 6.2 12.95 10.99 3 11.78 100 11.90 11.70 +.02 +.3 EVNYMu2 A NYH .69 6.4 13.64 10.48 2 10.72 20 10.87 10.71 -.09 -7.3 EV NYMu A ENX .72 6.4 13.34 11.01 35 11.15 174 11.24 11.10 -.04 -9.6 EVNYMu A EVY .74 6.1 13.56 11.84 1 12.20 22 12.28 12.16 -.02 -4.0 EV DivCrd s Q OKDCC 100.10 50.00 0 100.06 0 100.06 100.06 +99.9 EV OHMu A EIO .70 6.0 14.70 11.35 3 11.66 11 11.77 11.59 -.05 -8.2 EVOHMu A EVO .73 5.7 13.96 12.10 2 12.90 18 12.91 12.82 -.01 -1.0 EV PAMu A EIP .77 6.4 14.70 11.62 1 12.09 29 12.35 12.03 -.31 -2.8 EVPAMu A EVP .73 6.3 12.66 11.20 7 11.63 35 11.80 11.62 -.26 -4.6 EVRiskMgd N ETJ 1.12 11.4 9.92 8.74 395 9.82 1066 9.87 9.70 +.03 +2.0 EV SrFlt N EFR .95 6.7 14.97 14.01 150 14.24 498 14.34 14.15 -.09 -1.4 EV SrInc N EVF .42 6.5 6.87 6.30 81 6.42 550 6.44 6.37 +.01 -1.5tEVShDur N EVG 1.08 8.4 14.64 12.80 22 12.92 221 12.99 12.80 -.05 -10.0 EVTxABdO N EXD 1.16 12.8 11.98 8.94 23 9.09 113 9.09 9.02 +.09 -11.3 EV TxAd N EVT 1.74 7.3 24.43 21.01 79 23.83 434 23.86 23.41 +.23 +2.4 EV TxAG N ETG 1.23 6.9 18.45 16.06 79 17.79 446 17.86 17.63 -.05 +2.7 EV TxAOp N ETO 2.16 8.5 26.83 22.60 12 25.36 147 25.45 25.20 +.06 -.2sEV TxDiver N ETY 1.01 7.9 12.74 10.17 241 12.77 1267 12.77 12.48 +.16 +4.8 EVTxMGlo N EXG .98 10.3 9.84 8.02 535 9.47 3142 9.56 9.40 -.06 +1.0 EVTxBWIn N ETB 1.30 7.7 17.27 15.28 130 16.90 572 16.94 16.49 +.36 +1.0 EVTxGBW N ETW 1.17 9.8 12.74 11.15 164 11.99 975 12.06 11.83 +.06 +.6 EVTxBWOp N ETV 1.33 8.4 15.93 14.19 233 15.84 1103 15.89 15.60 +.18 +3.1 Ebix Inc s Q EBIX .30 .4 26 87.50 56.40 113 80.80 728 81.79 78.20 -.70 +2.0sEchelon rs Q ELON 8.92 4.07 68 8.42 231 8.92 8.30 +.09 +52.0 sEchoGLog Q ECHO 80 34.84 13.00 295 33.55 3132 34.84 32.25 +1.15 +19.8 EchoStar Q SATS 13 62.29 43.33 130 44.87 871 45.78 44.01 +.55 -25.1 EclipseRs N ECR 23 3.07 1.23 1866 1.62 5518 1.81 1.55 +.06 -32.5 Eco-Stim h Q ESES 1.65 .61 18 .67 76 .70 .63 -.03 -47.2 Ecolab N ECL 1.64 1.1 31 150.46 125.74 1077 147.12 9188 147.20 139.51 +6.17 +9.6 EcologyEn Q EEI .40 2.9 14.45 10.25 2 13.75 19 13.80 13.15 +.10 +31.0 Ecopetrol N EC .16e .8 23.34 9.00 1180 21.32 4741 21.92 20.88 +.64 +45.7 Edenor N EDN 63.29 27.92 14 34.26 361 36.10 33.26 +.13 -31.1 EdgeTher h Q EDGE 17.77 .84 56 .93 744 1.00 .92 -.01 -90.1 Edgewater Q EDGW 7.30 4.25 5 5.15 35 5.54 5.11 -.09 -17.5 Edgewell N EPC 14 76.76 39.50 671 55.23 3332 56.38 52.54 +1.92 -7.0 EdisonInt N EIX 2.42 3.6 15 83.38 57.63 1096 67.02 9777 67.19 64.90 +.51 +6.0 EditasM n Q EDIT 45.02 15.69 637 28.68 3610 30.66 28.41 -1.02 -6.7 EducRltTr N EDR 1.56 3.8 33 43.30 30.07 791 41.40 5158 41.42 41.18 +.26 +18.6 EducDevel Q EDUC .40f 2.0 34 27.93 9.25 4 19.95 31 20.90 18.29 +.30 +5.3 EdwLfSci s N EW 48 156.87 100.20 922 145.21 7805 145.64 139.89 +3.34 +28.8 eGain Q EGAN 19.05 1.55 327 13.30 1715 14.45 12.55 -.65 +153.3tEgaletCp Q EGLT 1.59 .26 217 .35 6791 .42 .26 +.05 -65.0 eHiCarSvc N EHIC 14.65 8.89 33 12.80 402 13.05 12.71 -.10 +10.6tEidosThr n Q EIDX 24.75 15.33 35 16.04 383 18.33 15.33 -2.26 -30.6 EigerBio rs Q EIGR 18.00 7.46 54 9.85 272 10.25 9.75 -.35 -29.4 8x8 Inc N EGHT 23.10 12.00 390 20.60 4299 20.75 19.50 -.15 +46.1 EksoBio n Q EKSO 4.77 1.02 118 1.79 1097 1.95 1.73 -.01 -16.0sElPasoEl N EE 1.44 2.3 26 63.00 48.05 176 61.70 1632 63.00 60.80 +.55 +11.5 ElPasE pf N EPpC 2.38 5.1 51.33 43.06 0 46.51 3 47.14 46.51 -.11 -4.6 ElPolLoc h Q LOCO 71 13.55 9.05 407 11.40 1695 12.10 11.00 -.55 +15.2 ElbitIm rs Q EMITF 3.23 1.90 2 2.42 28 2.48 2.10 +.23 -14.8 ElbitSys Q ESLT 1.76 1.5 19 153.13 111.01 32 117.25 191 120.89 115.39 -2.53 -12.0 EldorGld g N EGO .02e 11 2.44 .80 2382 1.06 19077 1.11 1.02 -.01 -25.9 EldorRsts Q ERI 57 46.85 19.80 1363 43.70 4569 45.10 40.30 +2.30 +31.8 ElectSci Q ESIO 10 27.72 8.41 1512 22.49 7991 22.54 17.26 +4.86 +4.9 ElectroSen Q ELSE 34 5.24 2.96 2 4.04 9 4.05 3.86 +.08 -.2 electCore n Q ECOR 20.25 13.09 14 13.46 238 14.15 13.25 -.27 -32.2 ElecVeh n Q SOLO Electrmed A ELMD 20 7.96 4.60 0 5.27 13 5.41 5.10 +.02 -13.2 ElectArts Q EA 29 151.26 99.63 5448 130.87 30608 134.00 125.31 -2.94 +24.6 EFII lf Q EFII 48.98 25.28 552 32.37 3847 35.02 31.05 -1.26 +9.6 ElevCr n N ELVT 11.27 5.90 217 9.11 2071 9.45 8.73 +.10 +21.0sEliLilly N LLY 2.25 2.2 100.39 73.69 4572 100.58 26160 100.69 96.25 +3.98 +19.1 EllieMae N ELLI 73 116.90 79.71 304 103.83 3362 105.66 97.85 -1.42 +16.1sEllingtnF N EFC 1.76 10.8 12 16.50 14.12 24 16.34 192 16.50 16.22 +.02 +12.6 EllingtRM N EARN 1.48 13.0 14 14.95 10.23 115 11.40 388 11.48 11.03 +.31 -5.3 Ellomay A ELLO 11.09 7.50 8.95 1 8.97 8.66 -.05 -.6 EllswthFd A ECF .80e 8.3 9.88 8.81 18 9.68 216 9.74 9.57 +.01 +2.8 Ellswt pfA A ECFpA 1.31 5.3 26.20 23.39 2 24.61 7 24.82 24.61 -.09 -2.1 ElmiraSB Q ESBK .92b 4.5 17 21.00 18.00 20.54 7 20.65 20.40 +.04 +5.5 EloxxPh n Q ELOX 24.60 11.11 30 13.67 246 15.75 13.35 -2.09 +19.9 EltekLtd rs Q ELTK 8.95 2.65 1 3.74 28 3.85 3.51 -.08 -8.3 eMagin A EMAN 2.60 1.23 18 1.70 125 1.75 1.60 +.05 +3.0 EAndinA N AKO/A .68e 3.2 28.25 19.23 21.11 0 21.51 21.11 +.03 -20.4 EAndinB N AKO/B .74e 3.0 31.80 21.64 45 24.66 184 25.42 24.05 +.57 -15.8 Embraer N ERJ .13e .7 28.55 18.36 982 20.18 6934 21.15 19.86 -.71 -15.7 EmclaireF Q EMCF 1.12 3.1 18 38.00 26.75 4 36.10 19 37.75 35.15 -1.90 +18.9 Emcore Q EMKR 1.50e 11.83 4.40 126 5.00 930 5.30 4.65 -.10 -22.5tEmerExp n N EEX .29 1.7 24.56 15.90 176 16.73 1365 19.56 15.90 -2.67 -17.7 EmergeES N EMES 2.68m 10.45 5.65 721 6.45 5517 8.05 6.32 -.75 -10.3sEmergBio N EBS 32 55.94 32.48 503 56.61 1776 60.00 52.83 +3.03 +21.8 EmersonEl N EMR 1.94 2.7 27 74.45 57.47 3683 71.48 14179 72.49 70.21 +.22 +2.6 EmerR hs A MSN 1.89 1.07 14 1.44 57 1.47 1.44 -.02 -1.4 EmmisC rs Q EMMS 1 5.84 2.44 3 4.92 41 5.39 4.81 +.11 +39.8tEmpirRst rs Q NYNY 30.98 12.55 27 12.35 113 15.93 11.85 -2.30 -54.3 EmpOPES N ESBA .34 2.0 21.25 15.17 7 17.05 59 17.13 16.10 +.54 -17.6 EmpOP60 N OGCP .34 2.0 20.90 15.28 1 16.97 2 16.97 16.66 +.50 -16.7 EmpOP250 N FISK .34 2.0 20.95 15.88 7 16.94 7 16.94 16.83 -.30 -17.0 EmpStRTr N ESRT .34 2.0 44 21.24 15.94 984 17.13 6402 17.18 15.99 +.93 -16.6 EmployH N EIG .80 1.8 15 50.45 38.35 110 44.20 568 46.65 43.95 -1.15 -.5 EElChile N EOCC 1.07e 5.1 29.41 19.32 15 21.02 63 21.43 20.55 +.17 -21.9 EnLinkLP N ENLK 1.56 8.9 18.58 12.75 1088 17.60 7565 18.25 15.33 +2.02 +14.5 EnableMid N ENBL 1.27 6.9 20 19.24 12.89 266 18.31 1486 19.00 17.98 +.36 +28.8 EnantaPh Q ENTA 56 127.77 37.13 292 99.94 1484 102.02 91.64 +3.94 +70.3 EnbrdgEM N EEQ 1.40t 16.23 8.38 339 10.87 1654 11.20 10.44 +.45 -18.8 EnbrdgEPt N EEP 1.40 12.1 13 16.34 8.89 1290 11.55 5931 11.90 10.89 +.67 -16.4 Enbridge N ENB 2.68 42.10 29.00 4121 35.95 13383 36.22 34.73 +1.01 -8.1 EnCana g N ECA .06 .4 23 14.31 8.79 12037 13.72 66296 14.28 13.15 +.61 +2.9sEncompHlth N EHC 1.08 1.4 29 77.82 42.21 869 78.22 4360 78.40 73.15 +3.46 +58.3tEncoreCap Q ECPG 10 52.00 35.25 493 35.55 1550 36.85 35.25 -.85 -15.6 EncorW Q WIRE .08 .2 16 58.70 37.30 75 51.40 563 54.50 45.98 +4.90 +5.7 EndvSilv g N EXK 43 3.35 1.94 687 2.58 5097 2.97 2.52 -.33 +7.9sEndo Intl Q ENDP 12.61 5.27 4209 12.20 24332 12.61 11.78 +.11 +57.4 Endocyte Q ECYT 17.70 1.17 619 15.42 4581 16.72 13.75 +.22 +260.3 Endologix Q ELGX 6.72 3.75 539 4.98 1882 5.30 4.86 +.06 -6.9 EndurIntl Q EIGI 10.95 6.95 499 8.50 4689 8.60 8.05 +.08 +1.2 EnduroRT N NDRO 1.45e 42.6 9 4.41 2.33 21 3.40 315 3.40 3.20 +.14 +7.9 Energen N EGN .08 .1 26 78.30 47.74 1070 74.28 4698 75.21 72.20 +.43 +29.0sEnergizer n N ENR 1.16 1.8 23 65.42 40.64 644 65.00 5816 65.57 59.50 +1.11 +35.5 Energous Q WATT 33.50 6.91 1376 13.89 5043 14.05 10.47 +.30 -28.6 EngyFocus Q EFOI 3.46 1.51 5 2.18 69 2.40 2.13 -.02 -11.0sEnFuel grs A UUUU 3.05 1.30 2929 3.51 6871 3.52 2.76 +.77 +96.1 EnrgyRec Q ERII 11.30 6.13 1739 9.17 3054 9.24 7.57 +1.04 +4.8 EgyTrEq s N ETE 1.22 6.4 23 19.34 12.80 13641 18.92 56826 19.00 18.03 +1.21 +9.6sEngyTrfPt N ETP 2.26 9.4 23 24.20 15.06 12697 24.10 68335 24.25 20.56 +4.24 +34.5 EnrgXXi hn Q EGC 21.02 3.41 657 9.01 3221 9.04 8.85 +.09 +57.0sEnerpls g N ERF .12e .9 18 13.56 8.23 610 13.60 3079 13.61 12.76 +.61 +38.9 EnersisAm N ENIA .21e 2.4 12.11 8.39 531 8.61 4570 8.83 8.42 -.05 -22.9 EnerChile N ENIC .22e 4.2 6.57 4.75 334 5.25 1258 5.35 5.10 +.08 -7.6sEnerSys N ENS .70 .9 29 83.00 61.33 215 79.94 1341 83.00 78.25 +1.35 +14.8sEngility N EGL 36.51 21.19 162 33.84 866 36.51 33.66 -.35 +19.3 EnLinkLLC N ENLC 1.07 6.1 15 20.00 13.80 408 17.45 3551 18.00 15.80 +1.35 -.9 Ennis Inc N EBF .90f 4.3 16 22.98 17.65 69 20.95 474 21.93 20.80 -.65 +1.0 EnovaIntl N ENVA 18 39.00 11.15 370 31.40 2122 32.70 30.40 -.10 +106.6 Enphase Q ENPH 7.60 .76 3690 5.36 24554 6.17 5.03 -.23 +122.4tEnPro N NPO .96 1.3 41 94.79 63.73 344 72.13 1596 76.62 63.73 -1.69 -22.9 ENSCO N ESV .04 .5 8.00 4.10 6643 7.33 47017 7.62 7.02 +.25 +24.0 Enservco A ENSV 1.50 .31 234 .93 631 1.06 .90 -.11 +44.4 EnsignGp s Q ENSG .18 .5 28 40.09 18.75 472 35.05 1525 38.26 34.69 -2.06 +57.9 EnstarGp Q ESGR 18 237.30 183.85 18 209.30 133 219.10 207.65 +1.80 +4.3 EnSync A ESNC .65 .32 25 .34 263 .35 .33 -.01 -14.4 EntegraFn Q ENFC 22 30.70 22.40 20 29.00 95 29.80 28.65 +.65 -.9 Entegris Q ENTG .28 .8 31 39.55 23.05 958 36.00 4639 36.10 34.40 +.87 +18.2tEnteraBi n Q ENTX 7.60 4.63 5 5.58 35 6.00 4.63 +.04 -11.1 Entercom N ETM .36 5.1 9 12.43 6.30 911 7.10 8458 7.65 7.05 -.40 -34.3 EntArk66 n N EAI 1.22 5.0 25.29 23.08 11 24.37 69 24.67 24.30 -.15 -3.0 EntArk 63 N EAE 1.19 5.0 25.60 22.51 3 23.94 12 24.13 23.82 -.14 -4.0 EntArk 52 N EAB 1.23 5.0 25.37 23.26 3 24.61 32 24.86 24.60 -.19 -2.4 Entergy N ETR 3.56 4.2 37 87.85 71.95 1809 83.77 11527 84.29 79.84 +3.22 +2.9 EntLA 66 N ELC 1.22 5.0 25.17 23.08 11 24.30 54 24.43 24.21 -.09 -2.1 EntgyLA52 N ELJ 1.31 5.2 25.75 23.76 6 25.23 32 25.24 25.00 +.12 +.5 EntLA 63 N ELU 1.18 5.0 25.72 22.61 12 23.50 28 24.00 23.50 -.52 -5.3 EntMS FtM N EMP 25.49 23.18 12 24.37 48 24.53 24.21 -.09 -3.1 EntgyNO n N ENO 28.45 24.25 6 25.45 38 25.72 25.31 -.15 -.7 EntgyNO 52 N ENJ 1.25 5.0 25.90 23.17 24.84 2 24.87 24.75 +.08 -.5 EntgyTx64 N EZT 1.41 5.4 27.39 25.02 1 25.92 7 26.22 25.76 +.14 -2.2 EntBcpMA Q EBTC .58 1.6 19 44.14 30.00 4 37.30 52 38.87 37.20 -.58 +9.5 EntFinSv Q EFSC .48f .9 18 58.15 36.65 51 56.45 416 57.55 55.45 -.40 +25.0 EntProdPt N EPD 1.72f 5.9 21 30.05 23.10 3898 29.22 24081 29.73 28.75 +.27 +10.2 Entravisn N EVC .20 4.3 47 7.90 3.90 288 4.65 1510 5.00 4.30 +.20 -35.0 EntrResc A EGI .69 .34 15 .43 272 .45 .41 -.01 -28.2 Envestnet N ENV 49 62.95 37.95 201 60.05 1361 60.25 56.60 +.70 +20.5 EnviroStr A EVI .20e 83 43.25 21.30 4 40.50 75 40.75 38.95 +2.15 +1.3 EnvisnHl n N EVHC 58.05 23.79 944 44.39 9614 44.48 44.10 +.17 +28.4 Enviva n N EVA 2.52f 8.6 31.95 25.01 32 29.40 165 29.75 28.80 +.10 +6.3 EnzoBio N ENZ 11.52 4.19 390 4.48 695 4.50 4.25 +.22 -45.0tEpizyme Q EPZM 21.40 8.61 911 9.55 5055 13.15 8.61 -2.90 -23.9 ePlus s Q PLUS 26 102.75 67.65 41 101.15 233 101.30 89.78 +2.25 +34.5 Equifax N EFX 1.56 1.2 22 146.50 89.59 547 127.76 4180 128.09 123.01 +4.27 +8.3 Equinix Q EQIX 9.12f 2.0 495.35 370.79 643 455.43 3010 456.80 426.00 +12.23 +.5 EquitFin n Q EQFN .20p 10.95 10.00 10.65 7 10.90 10.65 -.20 -2.3 EqtyBcsh n Q EQBK 44.30 32.93 135 41.13 392 41.65 39.82 +1.05 +16.2sEquityCmw N EQC 32 32.31 27.96 555 31.70 4626 32.31 31.07 +.49 +3.9 EqCm pfD N EQCpD 1.63 6.2 26.93 25.24 2 26.01 411 26.20 25.90 -.05 -1.2 EqtyLfPrp N ELS 2.20 2.4 27 93.30 79.78 224 92.03 1418 92.03 89.22 +2.07 +3.4 EqtyRsd N EQR 2.16 3.2 42 70.46 54.97 1314 66.91 9630 66.94 63.38 +2.88 +4.9 EquusTR N EQS 27 2.54 2.13 21 2.15 36 2.16 2.13 -.01 -10.4 EraGroup N ERA 13 14.23 8.10 39 13.75 257 14.20 13.14 -.15 +27.9 Ericsson Q ERIC .13e 1.6 8.39 5.52 1990 7.92 22713 8.02 7.80 +18.6 ErieInd Q ERIE 3.36 2.7 31 129.73 106.63 17 126.67 175 128.91 123.10 +3.06 +4.0 Eros Intl N EROS 16.90 6.65 163 12.95 982 13.65 12.75 -.30 +34.2 ErytechP n Q ERYP 30.56 10.00 1 10.56 18 11.89 10.56 +.12 -52.0 Escalade Q ESCA .50 3.8 14 15.25 11.65 14 13.20 33 13.75 12.05 -.20 +7.3 EscoTech N ESE .32 .5 20 66.80 50.30 70 61.10 367 62.50 60.65 -.45 +1.4 Esperion Q ESPR 82.68 33.06 728 46.20 4016 48.47 42.15 +3.27 -29.8 Espey A ESP 1.00 3.8 53 29.97 21.07 26.00 17 26.68 25.90 -.35 +8.5 EsqFnHld n Q ESQ 29.45 14.51 15 25.25 75 25.83 23.93 +.75 +27.9 EssaPh gs Q EPIX 12.74 2.00 4 3.06 16 3.32 2.85 -.06 -30.1sEssendant Q ESND .56 3.5 17.08 7.20 173 15.91 1645 17.08 15.56 +.38 +71.6 Essent N ESNT 10 50.08 32.73 1388 39.93 4438 39.95 37.52 +1.54 -8.0 EssentPr n N EPRT 14.15 13.27 213 13.52 1394 14.05 13.30 -.43 -1.2 EssexPT N ESS 7.44f 3.1 29 270.04 214.03 649 242.41 2809 243.00 232.03 +9.12 +.4 EstLab n Q ESTA 27.76 24.11 10 25.35 151 26.50 24.50 +.42 +2.4 EsteeLdr N EL 1.52 1.1 45 158.80 97.57 1751 134.99 12200 137.77 132.03 -1.80 +6.1 Esterline N ESL 20 98.80 67.15 310 85.60 1135 87.95 83.05 +.80 +14.6 EstreAm n Q ESTR 13.38 7.72 0 7.89 10 8.34 7.72 -.21 -8.7 EtfSilver N SIVR 17.70 14.85 117 15.02 395 15.19 14.90 -.06 -9.1 EthanAl N ETH .76 3.4 15 32.90 21.50 182 22.50 1108 22.80 21.85 +.15 -21.3 Etrac2xMtg N MORL 3.31e 20.7 19.30 12.50 205 16.00 1391 16.32 15.80 +.14 -9.3 Et2xDJDiv N DVYL 3.55e 4.8 77.86 60.01 6 73.31 19 73.31 71.08 +1.67 +.1 Etr2xHomb N HOML 70.00 34.00 0 41.45 6 41.88 41.45 -6.55 -31.1 EtrCrdOil n N OILX 43.69 27.56 40.10 0 40.10 40.09 -.62 +23.0 EtHiDLwV N HDLV 2.57e 9.4 33.35 23.58 23 27.34 53 27.45 26.42 +1.11 -15.1 Etr2xCEFd N CEFL 2.88 18.1 18.98 15.30 197 15.89 620 15.89 15.59 +.18 -12.3 EtrcDvsHi N DVHL 2.85e 14.0 22.31 17.57 11 20.29 44 20.33 19.48 +.85 +.4 EtrWFxEn N LMLP 1.90e 10.9 19.00 14.10 5 17.46 45 18.00 16.56 -.16 +10.9 EtracReit N LRET 2.00e 7.9 27.57 19.32 1 25.29 7 25.35 23.77 +1.44 -3.8 Etr EnhGl N FIHD 191.45 148.89 9 169.49 74 171.43 165.94 +1.92 -1.5 FI EnhEu n N FIEE 202.02 151.77 35 167.75 43 174.68 165.40 -3.23 -5.4 Etr SP MLP N MLPZ .06p 51.00 31.45 1 44.67 5 44.80 41.22 +3.36 +4.2 Etr MLP In N MLPQ .08p 46.78 25.63 36 37.96 371 38.27 34.30 +3.97 +.7 EtrWFBsD N BDCZ .91e 26.16 19.08 0 20.80 0 20.80 20.65 +.32 -.3 Etr2xLevLg N LBDC 2.89e 17.8 19.02 13.65 16.20 22 17.46 15.95 +.22 -.6 EtrMtgReit N MRRL 1.70e 19.15 11.51 8 15.92 42 16.38 15.79 +.16 -10.1 EtrSCHiDv N SMHD 3.06e 16.0 21.47 14.27 24 19.13 154 19.64 18.60 +.43 -2.5 Etsy n Q ETSY 61 45.88 13.58 1364 41.54 9277 42.82 39.15 -.43 +103.1 EuroTech Q CLWT 8.45 2.00 8 4.05 238 4.45 3.60 -.30 +22.4 Euronav n N EURN 2.41e 10.10 6.90 765 8.40 3767 8.60 8.30 -.05 -9.2 Euronet Q EEFT 22 101.07 70.67 240 93.70 2036 94.41 89.91 +.27 +11.2 EuroEqFd N EEA .17e 1.8 10.88 9.10 16 9.49 52 9.70 9.16 -.21 -3.9 Euroseas rs Q ESEA 2.73 1.25 9 1.67 64 1.74 1.61 -.08 -1.9 EvansBc A EVBN .92f 2.0 19 49.23 37.80 2 46.70 31 47.95 46.50 -.30 +11.5 EveloBio n Q EVLO 16.75 11.10 49 12.69 484 14.00 12.45 -.31 -21.9 Ever-Glory Q EVK 7 4.50 1.96 1 3.65 6 3.70 3.42 -.05 +55.3tEverQuo n Q EVER 22.09 13.81 58 14.35 398 16.41 13.81 -2.07 -20.4 Everbrdg n Q EVBG 53.42 21.56 199 47.43 1409 48.52 44.12 -.70 +59.6 Evercore N EVR 2.00f 1.7 26 117.49 69.55 389 114.45 2055 116.85 110.90 +1.70 +27.2 EverestRe N RE 5.20f 2.4 24 270.94 208.81 263 220.69 2411 229.48 213.02 -5.50 -.3 Evergy N EVRG 1.60 2.8 25 57.44 47.06 1090 56.18 5219 56.64 54.82 +.85 +6.4 EveriHldgs N EVRI 8.99 6.08 484 7.63 2441 7.74 7.15 +.36 +1.2 EversrceE N ES 2.02 3.3 20 66.15 52.76 1328 60.93 9356 61.00 59.30 +.85 -3.6 EvrspnTc n Q MRAM 21.40 6.40 33 8.87 158 9.07 8.50 +.37 +18.3sEvertec N EVTC .40 1.7 20 24.85 12.60 587 23.60 2944 24.85 22.65 -.40 +72.9 EvineLive Q EVLV 1.74 .76 230 1.34 925 1.44 1.34 -.06 -4.3 EvofemBio Q EVFM 12.56 .30 54 2.06 303 2.26 1.79 -.13 +5.6 Evogene Q EVGN 5.16 2.66 11 2.82 35 2.98 2.82 -.16 -8.1 EvokePhm Q EVOK 4.09 1.85 24 2.78 278 2.90 2.59 +.20 +23.0 EvolentH n N EVH 24.95 10.30 589 20.25 3383 21.00 19.40 -.60 +64.6 Evolus n Q EOLS 39.50 6.75 403 20.13 3005 21.55 18.21 +.56 +75.0 EvolPetrol A EPM .40 3.8 22 12.00 6.35 94 10.50 716 10.85 10.40 -.10 +53.3tEvolvgSys Q EVOL .44 17.6 7 5.85 2.45 13 2.50 78 2.70 2.45 -.15 -46.8 EvoquaWt n N AQUA 25.36 18.05 292 21.76 1937 21.87 20.86 +.81 -8.2 ExOne Q XONE 12.50 6.16 52 7.13 344 7.44 6.74 +.03 -15.1 ExactSci h Q EXAS 71.60 36.10 3964 50.43 26181 59.61 47.85 -8.43 -4.0sExantasCap N XAN .20 1.7 11.38 8.51 483 11.44 1538 11.70 10.30 +.94 +22.1 ETYldShHi N YYY 1.92 10.4 20.00 18.08 28 18.40 219 18.40 18.23 +.12 -5.5 ExTrRobo N ROBO .07e .2 46.20 36.00 212 40.72 1229 41.33 40.26 -.55 -1.5 ExTTactUS N HTUS 29.30 24.04 2 27.49 16 27.52 27.43 +1.3 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 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ETF IndExp N TETF 21.64 16.10 1 19.20 11 19.74 19.08 -.76 +.8 RxVlmxInF A VMIN 46.55 2.37 42 3.26 138 3.30 3.15 +.03 -90.5 ETEMeCmc N EMQQ .02p 43.50 33.79 98 34.78 561 36.38 34.34 -1.68 -8.6 ExelaTch n Q XELA 7.43 4.15 167 4.87 585 5.17 4.70 +.08 -5.4 Exelixis Q EXEL 25 32.50 18.50 6493 20.62 26136 23.19 20.32 -1.03 -32.2 Exelon N EXC 1.38f 3.2 12 43.20 35.57 4425 42.49 31216 42.88 41.65 +.29 +7.8 ExlSvcHld Q EXLS 42 64.34 52.52 109 58.18 571 60.93 57.54 -2.01 -3.6 Expedia h Q EXPE 1.20 .9 60 159.28 98.52 1301 132.10 8368 138.44 131.26 -5.69 +10.3 ExpdIntl Q EXPD .90f 1.2 26 78.16 54.32 1397 76.57 5743 77.10 74.06 +1.27 +18.4 Exponent s Q EXPO .52 1.1 38 52.63 31.73 160 49.40 939 51.00 48.25 +.15 +39.0 Express N EXPR 32 11.34 5.28 798 9.78 6109 9.96 9.24 +.26 -3.6 ExpScripts Q ESRX 10 85.07 55.80 2898 77.52 28750 80.71 72.00 -1.93 +3.9 ExtendStay Q STAY .88f 4.1 45 22.44 16.27 1712 21.44 7107 21.80 20.94 -.07 +12.8 Exterran n N EXTN 33.69 23.29 60 26.71 367 27.83 26.61 -.29 -15.0 ExtraSpce N EXR 3.44f 3.7 22 101.96 74.44 1496 92.20 7622 94.77 90.46 -.70 +5.4 ExtrOilGs n Q XOG 17.42 10.28 1924 15.18 6798 15.57 14.64 +.64 +6.1 ExtrmNet Q EXTR 15.55 7.63 1959 8.37 9015 8.61 8.20 -.13 -33.1 ExxonMbl N XOM 3.28 4.1 17 89.30 72.16 7811 80.20 52093 82.15 79.45 -1.72 -4.1 EyePtPh Q EYPT 2.88 .93 384 2.13 1170 2.37 2.07 -.17 +97.2 EyegatePh Q EYEG 1.38 .29 274 .56 1014 .59 .50 -.01 -47.9 Eyenovia n Q EYEN 10.74 5.50 1 5.80 42 6.01 5.55 -.17 -41.5 Ezcorp Q EZPW 15 15.10 7.80 704 11.05 3082 11.75 10.75 -.50 -9.4F -:F5 Netwks Q FFIV 23 183.27 114.63 585 172.23 3513 174.12 168.77 -2.00 +31.3 FAT Br n Q FAT .48 7.3 13.99 5.54 1 6.56 19 6.56 6.28 +.21 -26.5 FB Finl n N FBK .24 .6 16 45.43 32.84 82 42.71 398 44.16 41.74 +.15 +1.7sFBL Fn N FFG 1.84 2.2 19 85.00 64.00 11 83.70 73 85.70 80.35 +3.10 +20.2 FCB Fin N FCB 18 62.95 39.90 557 51.45 3768 52.00 50.35 +.70 +1.3 FFBW n Q FFBW 12.50 10.30 0 11.25 3 11.30 11.04 +.04 +2.1 FGL Hldg n N FG 11.94 8.14 3224 9.36 5798 9.46 8.87 +.42 -7.1 FLIR Sys Q FLIR .64 1.1 35 60.71 36.43 927 58.12 6852 60.04 57.76 -.84 +24.7 FMC Corp N FMC .66 .8 17 98.70 72.73 884 87.79 6815 90.30 84.30 -.89 -7.3 FNBCp PA N FNB .48 3.7 13 14.92 12.02 1874 13.01 11392 13.13 12.77 +.05 -5.9 FNB FL pfE N FNBpE 31.65 27.64 2 28.97 26 29.32 28.18 +.53 -.9 FNCB Bc n Q FNCB .16 1.9 10.00 7.97 0 8.52 3 8.91 8.27 +.12 -7.9 FTFQAntiB N BTAL 20.69 18.31 1 20.18 3 20.29 19.82 +.29 +4.6 FTFQMom N MOM 26.26 22.77 24.61 1 24.80 24.61 -.22 +2.4sFRP Hldgs Q FRPH 22 67.70 41.90 13 66.10 81 67.70 62.65 +4.35 +49.4 FS Bncp Q FSBW .56f .9 13 66.40 43.79 14 61.40 89 63.13 60.66 -.82 +12.5 FS Invest N FSIC .76 9.3 10 9.15 6.95 614 8.15 6699 8.20 8.03 +.10 +10.9sFSB Bcp n Q FSBC 18.23 15.00 2 18.00 7 18.50 17.50 +.18 +5.9 FTD Cos Q FTD 20.00 3.25 309 3.32 1339 3.71 3.26 -.06 -53.8 FTE Net n A FTNW 26.25 14.10 18 16.96 137 17.37 15.25 -.03 +2.8sFTI Cnslt N FCN 34 80.71 31.77 405 79.23 3069 80.71 74.13 +3.71 +84.4tFTS Intl n N FTSI 22.60 10.65 1276 12.75 7369 13.30 10.65 +.86 -35.0 Fabrinet N FN 14 45.89 24.02 350 39.67 1304 40.11 38.34 +1.08 +38.2 Facebook Q FB 33 218.62 149.02 24713 177.78 199498 178.85 166.56 +2.89 +.7 FactsetR N FDS 2.56 1.3 25 217.36 155.09 299 202.80 1358 203.73 199.44 -.47 +5.2 FairIsaac N FICO .08 53 212.44 131.52 222 208.15 1544 209.93 198.79 +5.13 +35.9 FDaves Q DAVE 9.65 3.43 9 6.35 43 6.70 6.30 -.15 -3.1tFangHldg N SFUN .20e 6.5 1 5.69 2.94 785 3.10 5372 3.31 2.94 -.10 -44.4 Fanhua Q FANH .65e 2.3 47 38.24 8.21 156 28.00 1042 30.85 26.91 -2.72 +29.5 FarPtAc un N FPAC/U 10.45 10.13 7 10.20 12 10.20 10.15 +.4 FarmerBrs Q FARM 35.05 23.60 26 28.95 160 29.40 28.00 +.80 -10.0 FarmMer s Q FMAO .56f 1.2 29 49.99 27.05 6 45.30 35 47.99 42.59 -.19 +11.0sFarmCB Q FFKT .50 .9 20 57.75 32.60 11 56.70 51 57.95 55.65 +.65 +47.3 FarmersNB Q FMNB .28 1.8 19 16.90 12.80 29 15.95 154 16.20 15.46 +.10 +8.1 Farmland N FPI .51 7.6 61 9.68 5.15 192 6.72 1255 6.88 6.53 +.19 -22.6 Farmln pfB N FPIpB 1.50 6.4 27.96 17.30 27 23.55 222 23.85 23.10 +.42 -8.6 FaroTech Q FARO 70.20 32.25 46 66.70 580 70.10 63.70 -2.45 +41.9 Fastenal Q FAST 1.60f 2.8 24 58.74 39.79 1237 56.26 12171 57.13 55.15 -.25 +2.9 FateThera Q FATE 14.45 2.52 577 9.78 2711 10.95 8.64 +.78 +60.1 Fauquier Q FBSS .48 2.2 43 22.75 17.24 0 22.00 9 22.10 21.80 +.5 FedExCp N FDX 2.60f 1.1 11 274.66 203.13 959 243.32 6222 248.62 238.78 +2.48 -2.5 FedNatHld Q FNHC .32 1.4 20 24.37 9.78 40 23.04 210 23.53 21.95 +.21 +39.0 FedAgric N AGM 2.32 2.5 99.11 62.72 31 92.58 173 97.50 92.09 -5.06 +18.3 FdAgricA N AGM/A 2.32 2.8 25 87.76 62.47 1 84.09 3 87.11 83.54 -3.67 +15.6 FAgMt pfA N AGMpA 1.47 5.9 26.47 24.75 1 25.12 7 25.36 25.05 -.12 FAgMt pfB N AGMpB 1.72 6.5 28.80 25.52 1 26.30 9 26.50 26.06 +.21 -.2 FAgMt pfC N AGMpC 1.50 5.7 31.25 25.68 0 26.11 7 26.20 25.72 +.02 -6.1 FedRlty N FRT 4.08f 3.2 22 135.12 106.41 334 128.22 3170 128.43 120.00 +7.54 -3.5 FedRlt pfC N FRTpC 1.25 5.2 25.48 21.32 12 23.87 79 24.45 23.34 -.42 -5.2 FedSignl N FSS .28 1.2 28 25.00 17.95 154 23.61 986 23.98 23.23 -.17 +17.5 FedlStAc n Q FSAC 11.00 9.65 18 9.89 20 10.67 9.82 +.07 +1.9 FedlStA un Q FSACU 10.50 9.53 10.45 80 10.50 10.30 -.05 +2.0 FedInvst N FII 1.08 4.7 8 36.76 22.33 735 22.91 8110 24.93 22.51 -.53 -36.5 FedPMu N FMN .88 6.6 15.07 13.18 9 13.45 87 13.56 13.38 -.06 -4.2 FenncPhr n Q FENC 14.99 7.55 36 9.03 231 9.43 8.90 +.05 -9.9 Ferrari n N RACE 149.85 103.17 2838 124.84 14817 135.40 116.54 -6.76 +19.1 Ferrellgs N FGP .40 12.7 5.75 2.87 134 3.16 590 3.24 3.09 +.09 -26.2 Ferro N FOE 18 25.50 17.78 810 23.05 3102 23.20 21.96 +.85 -2.3tFerrogl n Q GSM .16 2.1 17.61 7.41 878 7.71 3248 8.24 7.41 -.37 -52.4 FiatChrys N FCAU 24.95 11.54 5672 16.91 32120 17.33 16.32 -5.2 FibriaCelu N FBR .09e .5 22.05 10.53 942 19.76 3439 19.94 19.41 +.08 +34.4tFibrocll rs Q FCSC 18.92 1.80 86 1.96 1022 2.17 1.80 -.14 -38.8 FibroGen Q FGEN 68.55 33.05 593 61.20 3405 63.93 60.20 -.90 +29.1 FidCorpBd N FCOR 1.58 3.2 51.30 47.95 3 48.64 14 48.70 48.34 +.12 -4.5 FidLtdTm N FLTB .98 2.0 50.75 49.11 9 49.35 54 49.46 49.22 +.08 -1.5 FidTotBd N FBND 1.20e 2.5 50.80 48.42 51 48.83 161 48.88 48.64 +.04 -2.8 FidD&D n Q FDBC .96 1.6 68.55 33.09 1 61.35 9 63.50 61.00 -1.61 +48.5 FidCnsDis N FDIS .40e .9 44.32 34.66 92 43.56 907 43.63 42.81 +.13 +11.3 FidCnsStpl N FSTA .87e 2.7 35.47 29.50 69 32.78 1257 32.94 32.00 +.51 -4.5 FidEnergy N FENY .53e 2.5 22.21 17.01 146 21.03 2102 21.64 20.94 -.32 +4.9 FidFinan N FNCL .60e 1.5 43.90 34.85 111 41.25 1215 41.59 40.72 -.03 +1.2 FidHlthCre N FHLC .70e 1.6 44.44 37.13 208 44.22 1213 44.25 43.14 +.89 +10.6 FidIndls N FIDU .56e 1.4 41.28 34.01 69 39.07 1354 39.54 38.64 +.05 +1.0 Fid Val n N FVAL 35.18 29.09 16 34.23 67 34.25 33.69 +.39 +4.2 Fid Qual n N FQAL 34.02 28.61 12 33.73 42 33.76 33.18 +.30 +6.1 FidInfoTch N FTEC .42e .7 59.28 43.93 360 57.86 2836 57.86 55.81 +.61 +15.8 Fid Moment N FDMO 34.26 27.86 11 33.94 85 34.01 33.25 +.20 +8.5sFid LowVol N FDLO 32.67 27.81 22 32.68 105 32.73 32.20 +.24 +6.8 Fid RisR n N FDRR 32.71 27.94 52 31.77 302 31.77 31.32 +.34 +3.7 Fid CoreD n N FDVV 30.41 26.24 52 30.36 262 30.41 30.04 +.32 +5.8 FidMsciRE N FREL .86e 3.4 25.36 21.73 159 25.00 5869 25.01 24.10 +.74 +1.2 FidUtils N FUTY 1.21e 3.5 37.01 30.99 97 35.06 1458 35.15 34.28 +.39 +1.6 FidTelecm N FCOM .76e 2.6 33.40 27.59 20 29.31 281 29.60 28.54 +.86 -5.2 FidelMatls N FMAT .53e 1.5 37.11 30.49 34 34.37 977 34.77 33.78 -.11 -1.9 FidNasdIdx Q ONEQ 2.29e .7 311.39 243.11 34 306.76 210 307.21 298.61 +3.11 +13.1 FidlNatFn N FNF 1.28f 3.2 16 42.52 32.67 1049 40.19 5797 41.14 39.96 -.28 +2.4 FidNatInfo N FIS 1.28 1.2 19 109.95 88.97 1416 104.22 12455 107.88 102.23 -3.22 +10.8 FidelSo Q LION .48 2.0 16 27.05 20.28 66 23.82 396 24.45 23.74 -.18 +9.3 FidClayOp N FMO 1.72f 13.3 15.43 10.27 122 12.98 514 13.04 12.14 +.93 -1.3 FidusInvst Q FDUS 1.56a 10.6 9 16.97 12.63 76 14.69 354 14.72 14.22 +.33 -3.2 FidsInv23 n Q FDUSL 1.47 5.7 28.00 24.85 1 25.95 10 26.15 25.35 -.18 +3.8 FiestaRst Q FRGI 30.88 15.50 233 29.05 965 29.90 28.35 -.30 +52.9 FifthThird Q FITB .72f 2.4 8 34.67 24.66 5858 29.71 33488 30.16 29.43 +.20 -2.1 FifthT pf Q FITBI 1.66 6.0 30.54 27.00 19 27.49 107 27.58 27.06 +.14 -3.5 51job Q JOBS 114.63 48.15 985 77.18 2320 93.91 73.16 -15.53 +26.8 58.com N WUBA 77 89.90 49.50 604 65.06 5426 68.87 64.55 -1.70 -9.1 FnclInst Q FISI .96 3.1 16 34.35 25.65 35 31.30 292 32.90 30.95 -1.05 +.6 Finisar Q FNSR 27.97 14.25 1303 17.58 6841 17.78 16.74 +.59 -13.6 FinjanH Q FNJN 4 5.07 1.66 796 3.83 3238 4.43 3.76 -.38 +77.3 FireEye Q FEYE 19.36 13.40 4526 14.96 22404 16.20 14.51 -1.20 +5.4 FstAFin n N FAF 1.52 2.7 23 62.71 46.75 377 57.03 2157 57.04 55.29 +.81 +1.8 FstBcpPR N FBP 28 8.44 4.48 1200 8.36 7284 8.42 8.06 +.02 +63.9 FstBcpME Q FNLC 1.16f 3.8 17 32.33 25.00 2 30.57 40 31.34 30.00 +.42 +12.3 FtBcpNC Q FBNC .40 1.0 24 43.13 29.73 64 41.54 363 42.50 41.00 -.40 +17.6 FstBcMiss Q FBMS .20 .5 24 39.50 26.10 43 38.60 175 39.40 38.15 +.55 +12.9 FstBkNJ Q FRBA .12 .9 23 15.00 11.15 30 13.85 100 14.45 13.60 -.35 FstBusey rs Q BUSE .80 2.6 20 33.25 27.33 150 31.21 791 32.05 31.06 -.44 +4.2 FBusnFn s Q FBIZ .56 2.4 17 26.95 20.57 9 23.52 39 25.19 23.51 -.29 +6.3 FrstCap Q FCAP .92 2.4 19 43.02 30.60 1 38.07 4 38.30 38.07 -.31 +3.6 FstCash N FCFS .88 1.1 30 95.40 57.55 271 79.35 1663 82.98 78.65 -3.05 +17.6 FtChoBc n Q FCBP 33.50 26.54 5 28.51 45 29.50 28.12 -.04 +2.7 FCtzBA Q FCNCA 1.40 .3 21 463.44 323.74 77 425.50 249 427.48 403.30 +18.38 +5.6 FstCwlth N FCF .36 2.1 21 17.91 12.07 228 16.86 2527 17.67 16.82 -.65 +17.7 FCmtyBsh Q FCBC .84f 2.6 19 36.09 24.02 22 32.67 122 34.53 31.84 -.03 +13.7 FCmtyCp Q FCCO .40 1.6 20 26.25 19.60 6 24.80 35 25.75 24.45 +.10 +9.7 FtConnBcp Q FBNK .68f 2.2 21 31.90 23.25 111 31.55 486 31.90 30.80 +.35 +20.7 1stCnstBn Q FCCY .24 1.1 17 27.00 16.15 7 22.15 70 22.65 21.30 +.20 +21.0sFstData n N FDC 13 24.25 14.73 3854 23.94 40021 24.25 22.88 +1.32 +43.3 FstDefiF s Q FDEF .68 2.1 12 35.00 23.51 27 31.90 202 33.21 31.80 -.72 +22.8 FFnclOH Q FFBC .80f 2.6 16 33.70 22.80 238 30.60 1516 31.15 29.90 -.15 +16.1sFstFnBksh Q FFIN .84f 1.5 28 58.55 37.31 161 57.60 1008 58.65 56.05 +1.25 +27.9sFstFnIN Q THFF 1.02 2.0 17 53.05 39.55 13 50.45 138 53.05 45.10 -.35 +11.2 FstFnNwst Q FFNW .32 1.8 20 21.82 13.13 38 17.80 124 18.38 17.52 -.53 +14.8tFstFound s Q FFWM 18 20.43 14.95 187 15.28 2931 18.01 14.95 -2.75 -17.6 FstGtyBc n Q FGBI .64b 2.5 29.50 22.76 1 26.11 15 26.88 25.85 -.40 +4.4 FsHawaii n Q FHB .96 3.4 32.36 26.30 1048 28.60 16491 28.90 27.90 +.48 -2.0 FstHorizon N FHN .48 2.6 16 20.86 15.84 2317 18.23 17426 18.49 17.65 +.58 -8.8 FstHrz pfA N FHNpA 1.55 6.1 26.06 24.77 25.23 9 25.41 25.23 -.15 +.1 FstInRT N FR .87 2.6 22 34.04 27.61 448 33.08 3979 33.08 31.75 +1.25 +5.1 FIntntBcp Q INBK .24 .8 13 42.40 28.90 40 31.95 249 32.25 30.65 +1.35 -16.3 FIntBc26 n Q INBKL 1.50 5.8 26.74 24.75 25.76 1 25.76 25.76 +.08 -2.9 FstIntBc A Q FIBK 1.12 2.6 20 44.95 33.33 92 43.15 618 44.20 42.60 -.20 +7.7 FMajSilv g N AG 8.48 4.93 1402 6.58 8806 6.73 6.42 +.15 -2.4 FstMerch Q FRME .88f 1.9 20 50.44 37.09 98 47.07 773 48.31 46.98 -1.89 +11.9 FstMidIll Q FMBH .68a 1.7 18 42.46 30.01 33 40.41 159 41.50 40.06 -.24 +4.9 FMidBc Q FMBI .44 1.6 22 27.40 20.50 273 26.86 1807 27.28 26.36 +.11 +11.9 FstNwBc n Q FNWB 44 18.35 15.07 15 15.90 81 16.28 15.76 -.30 -2.5 FstRepBk N FRC .72 .7 21 105.52 84.56 543 101.89 3822 102.38 97.80 +2.39 +17.6 FstRep pfD N FRCpD 1.38 5.4 26.36 24.16 6 25.25 17 25.25 25.11 +.02 -1.1 FstRep pfE N FRCpE 1.75 6.8 27.45 25.44 2 25.64 29 25.73 25.58 +.07 -1.9 FstRep pfF N FRCpF 1.43 5.6 27.00 24.65 25.53 22 25.66 25.36 -.18 -1.0 FtRepB pfH N FRCpH 1.28 5.2 25.97 23.30 5 24.78 19 24.98 24.73 -.16 -2.4 FtRpBk pfG N FRCpG 27.05 24.09 23 24.95 59 25.19 24.90 -.18 -3.5 FstSavFin Q FSFG .60 .9 18 80.01 52.16 4 67.98 24 70.35 66.99 -1.23 +19.2 FstSolar Q FSLR 32 81.72 45.26 1436 52.84 7594 54.15 50.86 +1.19 -21.7 1stSource Q SRCE 1.00f 1.8 19 59.33 44.59 35 56.17 207 58.22 55.99 -.99 +13.6 FTNDXTc Q QTEC .58e .7 83.42 62.64 83 80.06 750 80.20 78.30 -.12 +11.3 FtTr AbsRet Q FAAR .84e 34.79 27.00 6 28.54 17 28.73 28.44 -.08 -2.7 FtTr 22 n N FIV 10.00 9.02 36 9.28 312 9.42 9.26 +.04 +1.6 FT RisDv n Q SDVY .11e .5 22.04 19.62 10 21.24 17 21.32 21.24 +.20 +1.1 FtTrGlob N FAM .90 9.0 11.97 9.88 77 10.04 325 10.14 9.98 -.03 -13.3 FT MCGr N FNY .15e .3 45.34 33.90 53 44.59 440 44.76 43.24 +.50 +13.8 FT AsiaPc Q FPA 1.01e 3.2 38.10 31.61 2 32.01 13 32.60 31.91 -.29 -10.4 FT Europe Q FEP .65e 1.7 42.49 35.54 96 39.11 446 39.92 38.87 -.50 +.1 FT LatAm Q FLN 2.01e 9.9 23.27 17.33 51 20.23 100 20.23 19.65 +.38 -.9 FT Brazil Q FBZ 1.62e 12.5 18.24 11.15 11 12.92 30 12.96 12.46 +.25 -16.8 FT China Q FCA .68e 2.4 34.79 24.90 2 27.78 9 29.33 27.78 -1.33 -6.5 FT Japan Q FJP .77e 1.4 63.38 53.13 35 55.85 135 56.77 55.47 -.82 -6.8 FT SKorea Q FKO .59e 2.4 32.08 24.42 24.99 30 25.38 24.99 -.19 -15.4 FT DevMkt Q FDT .96e 1.6 67.22 56.50 106 60.03 389 60.90 59.54 -.65 -3.8 FT EmMkt Q FEM .64e 2.5 31.32 25.06 254 25.96 999 26.74 25.75 -.61 -7.0 FT Germny Q FGM 1.04e 2.2 55.51 44.79 11 47.91 36 48.95 47.71 -.87 -6.4 FT MCVal N FNK .40e 1.1 37.68 32.17 4 36.68 12 36.84 36.08 +.31 +1.1 FT Canada Q FCAN .29e 1.1 27.35 23.69 26.19 70 26.22 25.88 +.08 -1.3 FT UK Q FKU 1.57e 4.0 43.39 36.79 8 39.04 18 39.98 38.72 -.73 -2.1 FT Switzld Q FSZ .78e 1.5 56.74 49.09 11 51.53 83 52.01 51.23 -.09 -2.3 FT HKong Q FHK 2.82e 7.4 46.25 37.86 1 37.98 2 39.33 37.93 -.98 -10.5 FT SCGr N FYC .04e .1 51.16 36.99 65 49.20 620 49.70 48.14 +.24 +15.7 FT EmMSC Q FEMS 1.65e 4.2 47.47 37.18 20 38.96 172 39.78 38.58 -.82 -10.1 FTDvMkSC Q FDTS .97e 2.3 48.51 39.47 0 41.72 7 42.20 41.67 -.12 -6.0 FT SCVal N FYT .26e .7 39.88 32.07 3 39.03 36 39.03 38.42 +.42 +5.9 FT EurzAlp Q FEUZ .50e 1.2 48.43 40.28 7 42.93 58 43.94 42.53 -.56 -2.2 FT MegaCp N FMK .44e 1.2 36.82 30.31 2 35.62 2 35.64 35.41 +.14 +6.3 FstT BICK Q BICK .34e 1.2 33.60 26.52 13 27.76 66 27.97 27.29 -.04 -8.0 FTEurSelDv N FDD 1.09e 8.2 14.79 12.99 45 13.34 494 13.60 13.23 -.05 -2.8 FTDJMic N FDM .49e .9 52.62 41.86 22 51.72 139 52.16 50.84 +.67 +9.0 FT DynEq N FDEU 1.45 9.0 20.20 15.79 91 16.11 272 16.53 15.92 -.09 -13.9 FtTrInOp n Q FCEF .36 1.6 23.93 20.04 7 22.02 15 22.05 21.89 +.02 FtTrMun n Q MCEF 19.39 17.65 3 17.90 6 17.93 17.88 +.02 -4.5 FtTEqCom N ERM 23.64 20.17 1 22.99 35 22.99 22.75 +.28 +2.8 FtT EqTact N TERM 23.62 19.41 2 23.11 55 23.11 22.78 +.28 +3.4 FtTrOpp n Q FIXD 1.52 3.1 52.92 48.74 21 49.21 119 49.26 49.00 +.05 -3.0 FTNsdGrid Q GRID .19e .4 53.73 44.97 6 49.97 12 50.21 49.42 +.22 -2.0 FTMltAInc Q MDIV 1.20e 6.4 19.48 17.60 104 18.73 383 18.78 18.43 +.31 -1.5 FT PfdSec N FPE 1.02e 5.3 20.25 18.97 529 19.24 2792 19.26 19.15 +.10 -3.8 FTNsqTDv Q TDIV .86e 2.3 38.44 31.07 22 37.22 200 37.22 36.41 +.55 +5.7 FTLwDOpp Q LMBS 1.41 2.8 52.30 50.98 239 51.18 988 51.19 51.05 +.10 -.9 FTIntlMltA Q YDIV .99e 5.7 19.83 17.04 17.48 8 17.66 17.45 -.08 -6.2 FT BuyInc Q FTHI .96 4.2 24.00 21.53 6 23.04 262 23.08 22.80 +.11 -1.2 FT StratInc Q FDIV 2.34 4.7 52.20 46.89 19 49.74 33 49.77 49.49 +.09 -2.7 FT HdgBuy Q FTLB .66 2.9 23.65 21.34 3 22.70 18 22.78 22.52 +.05 -1.6 FTEnhSht Q FTSM 1.11 1.8 60.09 59.92 339 60.02 2605 60.03 59.98 +.03 +.1 FT RisDiv Q RDVY .40e 1.3 32.00 26.51 51 30.74 475 30.86 30.16 -.04 +2.9 FT SSICv Q FCVT .48a 1.6 32.38 27.52 97 30.06 443 30.09 29.62 +.04 +4.9 FT DWF5 Q FV .18e .6 31.08 24.74 138 30.42 1389 30.55 29.80 -.10 +10.3 FT HeitGl N PRME 20.81 17.96 0 20.01 1 20.62 20.01 -.09 +.3 FT AmIndR Q AIRR .08e .3 28.40 22.38 17 27.52 60 27.78 27.09 +.27 +.4 FT AI Rob n Q ROBT .07p 31.00 28.50 1 30.47 26 30.57 30.00 -.04 +6.0 FT US Eq Q RNDV .35e 1.6 23.04 19.30 1 22.23 1 22.23 21.98 +.35 +2.5 FT SmCap Q RNSC .22e 1.0 23.38 19.03 1 22.97 3 23.12 22.80 +.17 +6.7 FT MdCap Q RNMC .19e 22.75 19.19 2 22.43 2 22.43 22.18 +.31 +3.3 FT LgCap Q RNLC .18e 23.11 19.67 4 22.61 4 22.61 22.50 +.32 +3.8 FT EM Sl n N RNEM 59.26 47.26 1 51.62 4 52.39 51.20 -.12 -5.3 FT DevInt Q RNDM .45e 55.12 47.48 1 50.72 5 51.18 50.45 -.12 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5.50 1234 28.78 5524 29.07 24.01 +4.29 +270.4 Foster Q FSTR .16 .7 30.30 17.00 12 24.50 196 26.48 21.95 +2.55 -9.8 FoundBld n N FBM 16.40 11.03 111 13.23 412 14.59 13.17 -1.10 -10.5 FourCorP s N FCPT 1.10 4.2 20 26.96 21.28 2825 25.96 4723 26.11 24.59 +1.20 +1.0tFourSeEd n N FEDU 3.32 67.8 8 10.45 4.65 43 4.90 112 4.90 4.56 +.19 -45.6sFoxFactory Q FOXF 45 62.25 33.20 281 61.45 1517 62.80 47.15 +12.30 +58.2 Francesca Q FRAN 39 9.76 4.51 1072 7.77 3673 8.27 7.50 -.04 +6.3 FrancoN g N FNV .96f 1.3 70 86.06 66.19 350 73.13 1861 73.73 72.38 +.34 -8.5 FrankCov N FC 31.20 17.35 36 24.90 183 25.90 24.85 +20.0sFrankElec Q FELE .48 1.0 29 49.50 37.60 123 47.90 691 49.50 47.05 +.32 +4.4 FrankFn n N FSB .40p 19 40.30 30.30 82 38.35 645 39.60 38.25 -.05 +12.5 FrankLibInt N FLQH 28.16 23.58 1 25.33 10 25.63 25.32 -.22 FrankLibEm N FLQE 35.59 29.55 4 30.79 31 31.25 30.51 -.31 -6.8 FrankLibGl N FLQD 30.47 26.92 2 28.40 5 28.42 28.16 +.13 -2.4 FrankLbGlE N FLQG 32.51 28.12 0 31.04 1 31.04 30.43 +.44 +1.6 FrnL LoV n N FLLV 32.50 28.32 2 31.97 2 32.00 31.85 -.20 +5.5 FrnkLInvGr N FLCO 24.89 23.48 23.73 102 23.75 23.70 -.00 -4.2 FrkL US Eq N FLQL 30.35 25.65 1 30.29 13 30.29 30.06 -.02 +4.8 FrkL US Sm N FLQS 30.02 24.17 0 29.51 12 29.51 29.19 +.29 +12.7 FrkL USMid N FLQM 29.28 24.87 29.06 1 29.06 29.06 -.18 +3.8 FrankRes N BEN .92 2.8 11 45.96 31.28 2188 32.30 25294 34.85 31.29 -.15 -25.5 FrkStPrp A FSP .36f 4.2 11 11.00 7.08 302 8.60 1820 9.22 8.39 +.16 -19.9 FrkLtdDur A FTF .74 6.6 12.13 10.85 56 11.23 409 11.31 11.15 -.01 -5.1 FrkUnv N FT .47 7.0 7.36 6.55 37 6.77 133 6.78 6.70 +.05 -5.6 FranksIntl N FI .30 3.6 8.65 4.93 539 8.42 2812 8.56 8.06 +.31 +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 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-21.5 FullHseR Q FLL 4.10 2.37 49 3.05 231 3.15 2.93 -.04 -21.6 FullerHB N FUL .62f 1.1 25 58.74 46.62 232 56.81 1432 57.48 55.55 +.40 +5.5 FultonFncl Q FULT .48 2.8 19 19.55 15.05 1085 17.25 4203 17.85 17.15 -.15 -3.6 Funko n Q FNKO 97 18.79 5.81 820 18.45 2546 18.77 16.32 +1.73 +177.4 FutFintch lf Q FTFT 8.00 1.30 45 1.47 496 1.90 1.36 -.31 -64.8 FutureFuel N FF .24a 1.7 17 16.22 11.32 49 13.99 252 14.17 13.31 +.56 -.7 FuweiF rs Q FFHL 4.93 2.39 8 2.83 51 2.85 2.57 +.31 -3.7G -:sGWilliFood Q WILC 23 7.36 5.11 7.22 15 7.36 6.95 +.23 +.4sG1Thera n Q GTHX 55.71 12.04 208 51.38 1517 55.71 48.86 +2.09 +159.0tGAMCO s N GBL .10f .4 31.11 23.42 18 24.97 64 25.53 23.42 +.64 -15.8 GATX N GATX 1.76f 2.1 16 91.12 56.00 216 83.58 1626 83.78 81.08 +.74 +34.5 GATX 66 N GMTA 27.00 22.81 9 25.43 47 25.64 25.36 -.19 -3.2 GCI Lb A n Q GLIBA 55.47 41.33 250 47.49 1838 49.06 46.08 +1.14 -13.2 GCI Lb pfA Q GLIBP .13e 24.89 18.40 12 24.59 32 24.86 24.16 +.06 +8.1 GCP ApT n N GCP 26 34.79 27.25 240 28.05 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1825 45.74 42.54 -1.31 +18.2 GTx Inc rs Q GTXI 23.40 5.10 71 16.55 643 17.78 15.50 -.86 +30.2 GW Pharm Q GWPH 164.76 96.42 234 130.50 1578 139.98 130.16 -8.49 -1.1 GWG Hldgs Q GWGH 10.95 7.10 5 7.59 27 8.15 7.28 -.41 -8.8 GabCvInc N GCV .48 7.4 6.68 4.91 8 6.47 75 6.56 6.38 -.04 +9.7 GabCv pfB N GCVpB 1.50 5.8 27.14 25.49 0 25.99 3 25.99 25.71 +.13 -1.9 GabDvInc N GDV 1.32 5.5 24.97 21.10 79 23.91 473 23.99 23.64 +.14 +2.1 GabDiv pfA N GDVpA 1.47 5.7 27.49 25.26 2 25.60 18 25.69 25.50 -.08 -2.1 GabDiv pfD N GDVpD 1.50 5.8 27.40 25.36 1 25.72 3 25.78 25.57 -.03 -2.4 GabDiv pfG N GDVpG 1.31 5.2 26.17 24.10 6 25.02 24 25.14 25.00 -.10 -1.3 GabelliET N GAB .60 9.4 6.65 5.87 285 6.41 1482 6.45 6.38 -.01 +3.6 GabllE pfD N GABpD 1.47 5.8 26.75 25.27 25.56 2 25.81 25.56 -.01 -2.1 GabllE pfG N GABpG 1.25 5.1 25.25 23.45 3 24.43 12 24.62 24.35 -.03 -1.1 Gabeli pfJ N GABpJ 26.72 24.42 3 25.55 12 25.60 25.34 +.05 GabEq pfH N GABpH 1.25 5.0 25.34 22.50 0 24.81 15 24.96 24.76 -.16 -1.3 GabGSmM N GGZ 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9248 37.73 66340 38.19 36.35 +.20 -8.0 Gensco N GCO 45.90 20.90 188 41.45 1103 42.20 39.60 +1.45 +27.5sGenesWyo N GWR 30 88.32 64.31 685 88.40 3987 88.68 81.75 +5.23 +12.3 GenesisEn N GEL 2.88f 12.1 58 30.86 18.42 424 23.71 2002 23.89 22.15 +1.63 +6.1 GenesisHlt N GEN .24 16.3 2.86 .60 577 1.47 2314 1.61 1.41 +.04 +92.7 GeneticT rs Q GENE 2.05 .70 69 1.12 822 1.23 1.11 -.03 -3.4 GenieEn n N GNE .30 5.6 7.17 3.82 41 5.35 256 5.47 5.08 -.16 +22.7 GenieE pfA N GNEpA .64 8.1 7.94 6.85 24 7.86 51 7.86 7.65 +.12 +7.0 GeniusBr n Q GNUS 4.37 2.01 16 2.71 50 2.71 2.50 +.16 -.4 GenMark Q GNMK 11.83 3.63 211 7.31 1794 7.35 5.85 +1.35 +75.3tGenoceaB Q GNCA 6.24 .57 184 .67 2680 .72 .57 +.01 -42.2sGenomic Q GHDX 59.43 26.54 444 54.28 1975 59.49 52.00 +.29 +58.7 Genpact N G .30 20 34.79 27.83 522 30.87 4073 30.95 30.04 +.31 -2.7 Genprex n Q GNPX 19.45 2.78 106 2.93 641 3.41 2.86 -.24 -37.7 Gentex Q GNTX .44f 1.9 15 25.41 16.71 1499 23.10 9388 23.35 22.47 +.46 +10.3sGentherm Q THRM 52 46.20 29.50 190 46.05 1162 46.20 42.40 +2.00 +45.0 GenuPrt N GPC 2.88f 2.9 21 107.75 79.86 358 98.04 4167 98.79 95.82 +1.35 +3.2 Genworth N GNW 3 4.92 2.66 1554 4.58 12814 4.72 4.52 -.03 +47.3 GeoGrp s N GEO 1.88 7.5 15 29.77 19.05 549 25.16 3808 26.30 24.02 -.51 +6.6 GeoPark N GPRK 21.88 7.45 205 19.27 1565 21.74 18.77 -1.30 +94.5 GaPw 77 n N GPJA 26.14 23.01 26 24.69 106 24.82 24.65 -.09 -3.6 GeospcT hs Q GEOS 18.71 9.18 101 13.53 395 14.82 13.11 -1.01 +4.3 Gerdau N GGB .02e .4 5.32 2.89 5954 4.55 42779 4.59 4.24 +.08 +22.3 GerABcp s Q GABC .60 1.6 20 39.02 30.75 30 36.50 370 37.50 36.04 -.59 +3.3 GerNew N GF 1.23e .4 21.49 16.90 3 18.71 79 19.16 18.63 -.47 -3.8 GeronCp Q GERN 6.68 1.74 2290 3.46 16683 3.59 3.25 +.12 +92.2 GettyRlty N GTY 1.28 4.4 16 29.89 22.68 92 29.10 467 29.24 28.00 +1.02 +7.1 Gevo rs Q GEVO 24.74 3.23 103 3.78 963 3.95 3.68 +.10 -68.0 Gibraltar Q ROCK 21 44.30 25.61 222 43.10 1167 44.05 40.95 -.50 +30.6 GigCapit n N GIG 10.22 9.60 1 9.92 16 9.92 9.84 +.07 +2.9 GigCapit rt N 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10.52 +.34 +3.0 GblXChiEn N CHIE .41e 3.3 13.77 10.88 1 12.40 2 13.22 12.40 -.70 +9.2 GblXSupDv N SDIV 1.42e 6.6 22.60 20.09 223 20.82 960 21.17 20.76 -.05 -4.4 GlbXChiFn N CHIX .34e 2.0 21.04 16.22 41 16.69 182 17.38 16.42 -.48 -7.3 GbXSEAsia N ASEA .42e 2.6 18.44 15.14 2 16.15 23 16.30 15.96 -.01 -5.0 GblXPakist N PAK 16.55 10.21 11 11.25 235 11.81 11.15 +.20 -9.1 GblXChiInd N CHII .35e 2.5 16.58 13.30 14.20 4 14.64 14.12 -.19 -7.0 GblXNorway N NORW .83e 5.8 14.95 12.46 67 14.36 365 14.60 14.31 -.05 +9.3 GbXNsChiT Q QQQC .07e .3 34.11 26.29 5 27.83 47 29.10 27.17 -1.50 -9.9 GblXScUS n N SCIU 32.63 28.49 7 32.50 45 32.53 32.19 +.09 +5.1 GblXScEu n N SCID 29.75 26.69 27.32 4 27.71 27.19 -.28 -1.4 GblXScAs n N SCIX 27.08 24.48 25.94 0 +.2 GblXScJp n N SCIJ 33.72 29.13 0 29.96 2 30.22 29.93 -.21 -5.5 GbX Auto n Q DRIV 15.78 14.35 1 14.81 18 14.87 14.61 -.05 -3.1 GbX US pf n N PFFD 26.22 23.70 16 24.33 117 26.22 24.32 -.16 -2.2 GbXNigeria N NGE .31e 1.5 27.10 19.60 2 20.13 108 20.58 19.97 +.03 -7.3 GbX US Inf N PAVE 17.80 13.80 44 16.97 880 17.22 16.75 -.05 +1.2 GblFound n N BOSS 20.72 15.50 1 19.75 10 19.80 19.35 +.00 +14.0 GblX SupDv Q EFAS 19.06 17.05 3 17.35 16 17.75 17.29 -.30 -4.2 GblXYldco Q YLCO .51 4.3 12.89 11.36 4 11.90 22 11.90 11.67 +.11 -5.4 GblX Rob n Q BOTZ 27.42 19.63 450 22.22 2594 22.63 22.02 -.44 -6.2 GlbXCon ef Q KRMA 20.83 17.33 22 20.78 39 20.79 20.45 +.21 +7.0 GblXMilTh Q MILN 23.14 17.31 10 22.39 81 22.50 21.90 -.02 +16.3 GbX Longv Q LNGR 21.78 18.23 2 21.57 25 21.67 21.02 +.32 +10.9 GlX Intrn n Q SNSR 21.41 17.90 21 20.30 111 20.34 19.68 +.43 +2.3 GbX HlthW Q BFIT 19.30 15.68 1 19.17 3 19.19 18.54 +.38 +15.1 GblXSupdiv Q ALTY 1.25 8.1 16.00 14.06 2 15.34 34 15.40 15.07 +.18 +.3 GlX Fintc n Q FINX 27.98 19.25 89 26.86 709 27.12 26.15 -.10 +22.4tGlbXCop rs N COPX .43e 1.9 29.34 22.50 20 22.89 124 24.23 22.50 -.86 -16.3tGlbXSilv rs N SIL 36.36 26.79 247 27.23 536 27.90 26.79 -.30 -16.6 GlbXLith rs N LIT 41.21 30.84 248 32.60 1328 32.68 31.69 +.07 -15.9 GbX Gold rs N GOEX 25.21 20.08 5 21.20 34 21.85 21.06 -.76 -9.0 GbXUran rs N URA 16.36 11.81 193 13.26 1139 13.34 12.91 +.17 -11.9 GlXCatholc Q CATH 35.58 29.72 6 35.20 105 35.20 34.53 +.38 +6.9 GlblScape A GSB .06 1.7 20 5.15 3.27 38 3.60 140 3.80 3.58 -.11 +1.4 Globalstar A GSAT 2.08 .40 6405 .47 50136 .71 .46 -.04 -64.1 GlobantSA N GLOB 58 59.97 34.82 219 56.69 1222 57.30 53.62 +.49 +22.0tGlobusM rs Q GLBS 2.26 .37 224 .34 681 .48 .33 -.13 -70.4 GlobusMed N GMED 44 57.55 27.79 778 52.69 4638 55.60 50.13 +1.55 +28.2 Glowpoint A GLOW .65 .15 155 .18 860 .19 .16 +.00 -50.6 GluMobile Q GLUU 6.75 2.67 1690 5.95 17414 6.38 5.08 +.45 +63.5 GlycoMim Q GLYC 26.05 10.06 217 14.54 1346 15.00 13.59 +.69 -13.4 GoDaddy n N GDDY 80.42 40.78 2261 75.94 9061 77.99 71.75 -.87 +51.0 Gogo Q GOGO 14.76 3.52 915 3.76 6241 3.87 3.55 +.09 -66.7 GolLinhs s N GOL 14.48 5.06 793 7.80 3915 8.00 6.97 -.12 -11.0 GolLNGLtd Q GLNG .20 .8 35.54 19.32 2643 25.68 7173 26.42 24.87 -.44 -13.9 GolLNGPt Q GMLP 2.31 14.3 23.46 14.27 817 16.19 2170 16.99 15.88 +.31 -29.0 GolrLNG pf Q GMLPP 2.19 8.4 26.70 24.22 3 26.06 77 26.11 25.87 +.18 +.2 GoldFLtd N GFI .02e .5 4.70 3.45 4045 3.64 15267 3.76 3.56 -.02 -15.3 GoldResrc A GORO .02 .3 72 7.33 3.37 407 5.73 3779 6.73 5.25 -.76 +30.2 GoldStdV g A GSV 2.01 1.15 297 1.62 1665 1.77 1.61 -.08 -7.4 Goldcrp g N GG .24 1.9 17 15.55 11.64 4382 12.34 21583 12.60 12.12 -.16 -3.4sGoldBull n Q DNJR 9.46 4.40 4 8.34 44 9.46 7.03 +.17 +75.9 GoldenEnt Q GDEN 29 34.75 19.41 354 29.00 1625 31.49 28.29 -2.28 -11.2 GoldenMin A AUMN .65 .26 99 .26 744 .30 .26 -.02 -39.4 GoldenOc rs Q GOGL .40 4.3 9.95 7.00 250 9.22 856 9.40 8.99 +.28 +13.1 GoldStr g A GSS 7 .92 .56 1290 .73 6698 .74 .68 +.04 -18.1 GldFld A GV 13 6.38 3.60 39 4.90 324 4.96 4.75 +.15 GoldS pfJ N GSpJ 1.38 5.4 27.91 25.36 30 25.68 289 25.77 25.43 +.07 -3.1 GS BDC n N GSBD 1.80 8.2 11 23.20 18.78 188 21.93 540 21.97 21.00 +.86 -1.1 GS ActbtInt N GSIE 32.48 27.98 175 29.70 675 30.11 29.50 -.34 -1.0 GS ActEM N GEM 39.44 32.27 104 33.51 488 34.02 32.98 -.36 -6.4 GS ActEur N GSEU .60e 33.94 30.00 8 31.14 31 31.65 30.91 -.20 -1.8 GS ActJpn N GSIY 36.02 30.42 18 33.00 28 33.57 32.89 -.67 -1.9 GS US LgC N GSEW 46.27 40.58 8 45.42 131 45.42 44.94 +.22 +4.5 GS HYBd n N GHYB 50.32 48.01 1 48.55 20 48.74 48.41 -.01 -2.0 GS CpBd n N GIGB 50.44 47.71 4 48.19 33 48.34 47.98 -.02 -4.1 GS ActLgC N GSLC 57.42 48.05 183 57.17 798 57.18 56.23 +.41 +7.1 GS 0-1Yr n N GBIL 105.09 99.91 144 100.04 2072 100.25 99.97 -.10 +.1 GS Indus n N GVIP 57.99 48.84 4 56.44 75 56.89 55.20 -.45 +6.6 GS SCap n N GSSC 48.61 39.39 3 47.74 19 48.15 47.07 +.43 +10.2 GSCI37 N GSC 28.00 17.55 25.58 2 25.60 25.58 -.13 +6.7 GoldmanS N GS 3.20f 1.4 19 275.31 214.64 3053 234.09 13236 239.73 232.77 -3.55 -8.1tGoldS pfK N GSpK 1.59 5.9 29.68 26.63 38 26.81 185 26.90 26.63 -.15 -6.1 GoldS pfN N GSpN 28.34 25.95 32 26.18 148 26.29 26.07 +.01 -6.0 GoldS pfB N GSpB 1.55 5.9 26.91 25.20 8 26.12 26 26.12 25.86 -.03 +.9 GoldS pfC N GSpC 1.02 4.3 25.27 21.52 3 23.87 51 24.13 23.60 -.17 +4.9 GoldS pfA N GSpA .96 4.1 24.19 21.25 20 23.39 128 23.50 22.98 +.09 +3.7 GoldS pfD N GSpD 1.02 4.5 23.95 21.46 32 22.85 271 23.03 22.70 +.02 +1.2 GS MLPEn N GER .64 9.2 7.42 5.25 213 6.95 1213 6.98 6.52 +.50 +13.0 GS MLPInc N GMZ 1.38 14.1 10.33 7.55 127 9.82 768 9.85 9.40 +.46 +9.8 GolubCap Q GBDC 1.28a 6.7 13 19.71 17.35 138 19.07 851 19.12 18.68 +.19 +4.8 GoodTimes Q GTIM 4.30 2.25 24 4.20 92 4.20 3.92 -.02 +58.5 GoodrPet n A GDP 15.75 8.20 25 12.57 64 13.00 12.02 +.56 +15.2 Goodyear Q GT .56 2.3 8 36.07 20.75 3081 24.63 25506 24.74 22.80 +1.62 -23.8 GoosehIn n Q GSHD 29.73 10.78 87 27.68 611 29.27 26.35 +.82 +75.7 GoPro Q GPRO 11.89 4.42 32135 7.05 50022 7.31 5.62 +1.08 -6.9 GordPoin n Q GRAQ 9.84 9.70 40 9.81 107 9.84 9.80 -.01 +1.1 GordPoi un Q GPAQU 10.40 9.97 10.40 28 10.40 10.40 +4.0 GorsHl A n Q GSHT 10.40 9.85 3 10.29 4094 10.32 10.20 +.05 +3.5sGoresHl un Q GSHTU 11.08 10.25 4 11.10 11 11.10 10.98 +.11 +7.1sGormanR N GRC .50 1.4 32 38.07 26.53 33 36.62 376 38.07 36.07 -.08 +17.3 GovPrpIT Q GOV 1.72 10.8 26 19.60 11.87 992 15.87 4723 15.91 14.70 +1.17 -14.4 GovPrpIT46 Q GOVNI 1.47 5.8 26.37 24.28 13 25.38 57 25.46 25.17 -.11 -1.8 vjGrace N GRA .96 1.3 21 77.37 58.48 427 71.65 3682 74.15 71.34 -2.33 +2.2 Graco s N GGG .53 1.1 15 49.69 36.57 452 46.68 3427 46.77 45.36 +.73 +3.2 GrahamCp N GHM .40f 1.6 18 27.51 17.97 50 25.67 179 26.71 22.55 -.03 +22.6 GrahamH s N GHC 5.32f 1.0 21 625.45 536.90 22 559.35 101 568.68 537.40 -5.40 +.2sGraingr N GWW 5.44 1.6 24 349.65 155.00 439 339.00 3455 349.65 335.54 -.33 +43.5 Grmrcy pfA N GPTpA 1.78 7.0 27.76 24.41 11 25.30 26 25.43 25.29 -.06 -6.0 GrmPrTr rs N GPT 1.50 5.5 31.26 21.12 1195 27.41 5519 27.42 27.33 +.09 +2.8 GranTrra g A GTE 3.61 1.93 868 3.36 4740 3.40 3.23 +.12 +24.4 GranaMon N GRAM .25e 6.8 5.15 2.25 18 3.66 113 3.84 3.56 -.08 +28.4 GrCanyEd Q LOPE 26 122.19 72.26 246 117.41 1858 119.11 114.78 +.45 +31.1 GraniteC N GVA .52 1.0 26 68.58 47.29 241 52.64 1387 54.57 51.23 +1.59 -17.0 GranitPnt n N GPMT 1.60f 8.4 58 19.30 16.15 769 19.08 11885 19.25 18.76 -.01 +7.6 GraniteRE N GRP/U 2.30 42.53 36.24 1 40.64 16 41.74 40.64 -.43 +4.0tGran Gld n N BAR 142.87 120.64 13 121.14 84 122.69 120.64 -.97 -7.0 GranCom n N COMB 27.39 24.67 12 25.43 201 25.59 25.11 +.09 -2.8 GranSP n N COMG 32.29 24.96 1 29.22 7 29.69 28.85 -.23 +5.5sGrphTInt n N EAF 23.22 14.44 1627 21.04 7122 24.36 19.70 +1.42 +35.7 GraphPkg N GPK .30 2.1 15 16.74 12.65 2481 14.41 14512 14.57 14.01 +.07 -6.7 Gravity rs Q GRVY 22 108.97 13.18 25 49.69 192 52.00 41.60 +2.96 -47.4 GrayTelev N GTN 8 17.80 10.70 520 15.10 3146 15.70 14.60 +.15 -9.9 GrayTvA N GTN/A 22 15.75 9.50 14.30 1 14.40 14.00 -.05 -.3 GrtAjax n N AJX 1.20 8.9 9 15.40 12.27 68 13.51 302 13.53 13.25 +.25 -2.2 GrtAjx24 n N AJXA 26.80 24.54 9 25.00 76 25.07 24.80 +.05 -1.5 GrElCp hn Q GECC 1.00 10.7 11.30 8.76 2 9.31 34 9.33 9.24 +.10 -5.4 GrElm22 n Q GECCL 1.63 6.4 25.90 24.75 1 25.38 13 25.40 25.33 -.01 -.3 GrElm25 n Q GECCM 1.69 6.8 25.05 24.10 1 24.90 11 24.98 24.81 +.04 +1.8tGrElm hn Q GEC 4.40 3.10 2 3.10 251 3.35 3.10 -.05 -23.5 GrLkDrge Q GLDD 5.83 3.60 316 5.25 1426 5.50 4.85 -.20 -2.8 GtPanSilv g A GPL 1.46 1.06 478 1.08 1484 1.16 1.08 -.05 -16.3 GrtSoBc Q GSBC 1.12 1.9 16 61.65 47.50 16 58.45 91 60.75 57.70 -.90 +13.2 GrtWstBcp N GWB 1.00 2.3 17 46.03 33.27 170 42.56 970 43.28 41.39 +.26 +6.9 GreenBncp Q GNBC .40 1.6 19 25.15 19.50 268 24.55 1504 25.00 23.91 +.25 +20.9 GreenBrick Q GRBK 13 12.50 8.90 258 9.40 919 9.75 9.15 -.25 -16.8 GreenDot N GDOT 41 84.48 38.96 255 79.51 1511 81.81 77.64 -.98 +31.9 GreenPlns Q GPRE .48 2.8 87 21.90 15.25 988 17.30 5393 17.80 15.95 +1.00 +2.7 GrnP LP n Q GPP 1.90 11.8 9 21.00 15.65 74 16.15 277 16.68 15.90 +.33 -13.6tGreensky n Q GSKY 27.02 17.15 449 17.85 3423 18.60 17.15 +.05 -23.6 GreenTrH n N GHG 94 25.10 10.75 24 15.00 389 16.85 14.30 -1.59 +15.8sGreenbCos N GBX .92f 1.6 13 60.15 41.95 526 59.00 2581 60.15 55.95 +2.45 +10.7 GrCB NY s Q GCBC .40f 1.1 26 38.00 22.16 1 34.85 12 34.85 33.38 +1.15 +6.9sGreenhill N GHL .20 .6 33.45 13.80 595 32.95 2148 33.45 31.10 +.55 +69.0 GreenlAc un Q GLACU 10.17 10.11 27 10.11 279 10.13 10.11 -.03 -.1tGreenlight Q GLRE 23.15 13.55 920 13.70 3259 15.45 13.35 -.20 -31.8tGreenpro n Q GRNQ 22.70 5.47 6.00 3 7.00 5.47 -1.00 -72.7 Greif A N GEF 1.68 3.1 17 65.60 47.97 83 53.87 493 54.63 52.81 +1.07 -11.1 Greif B N GEF/B 2.51e 4.4 13 71.95 52.50 3 57.25 24 58.40 56.70 +.60 -17.4 GrdsmHld n Q GSUM 13.99 3.68 45 6.29 332 6.61 6.06 -.21 -31.3 Griffin Q GRIF .40f 1.0 46.50 31.61 2 39.68 15 42.52 39.45 -2.64 +8.1 Griffon N GFF .28f 1.6 18 24.50 17.00 292 17.70 1442 19.75 17.20 +.25 -13.0 GrifolsSA s Q GRFS .46e 2.1 25.18 20.04 379 21.52 4273 21.77 20.63 -.05 -6.1 GrinrdSh n Q GRIN 20.50 9.55 1 9.74 8 10.40 9.62 -1.16 -42.7 Group1 N GPI 1.00 1.4 10 84.47 51.62 190 70.75 1883 71.35 68.95 +1.79 -.3 Groupon Q GRPN 5.99 3.65 41007 4.86 83199 4.97 4.25 +.02 -4.7 GrubHub N GRUB 141.06 45.61 1052 126.08 8651 131.76 121.09 -4.92 +75.6 GAeroPac N PAC 2.78e 2.8 115.58 82.19 62 97.70 452 101.79 93.27 -2.17 -4.9 GpAeroCN Q OMAB 1.71e 3.4 20 51.17 37.45 107 49.61 633 50.05 47.88 -.12 +19.6 GpoASur N ASR 3.31e 215.43 152.41 29 182.40 191 187.13 176.18 -2.23 -.1tGpoAvalAc N AVAL .40 5.0 9.51 7.69 295 8.03 14742 8.30 7.69 +.05 -5.5 GrpoFin Q GGAL .36e 1.0 73.45 31.20 520 37.36 2644 37.68 35.32 +.91 -43.3 GpoSimec A SIM 11.74 8.26 1 9.75 13 10.02 9.70 -.34 +4.3 GpSuprvi n N SUPV 33.85 9.99 485 13.30 2956 13.75 12.99 -.28 -54.6 GpTelevisa N TV 27.37 14.20 529 19.92 3575 20.19 19.54 -.07 +6.7tGuangRy N GSH .63e 2.5 37.43 24.20 9 24.64 24 26.11 24.20 -1.30 -26.2 GuarntyBc Q GBNK .66 2.2 19 35.20 24.70 78 30.45 461 31.10 29.75 +.10 +10.1 GuarBcs n Q GNTY .56 1.9 19 37.36 28.00 46 30.08 121 31.96 28.49 -1.37 -1.9 GuarFBc Q GFED .48 1.9 36 25.00 20.41 24.93 3 25.00 24.90 +.13 +11.6 Guess N GES .90 4.1 26.15 11.98 470 22.17 2220 22.85 21.65 +.21 +31.3 GuggBAB N GBAB 1.66 7.7 23.29 20.97 37 21.55 123 22.01 21.37 +.14 -5.2 Gug 25Cp n N BSJP 25.23 23.92 24.07 -3.2 GugCrdAllo N GGM 2.18 9.8 23.88 21.08 20 22.18 98 22.23 22.03 +.14 +1.1 GugEnhEq N GPM .96 10.9 9.42 7.72 71 8.82 515 8.88 8.73 -.9 GugBlt22CB N BSCM .58e 2.8 21.72 20.62 20.69 -2.3 GugDefEq N DEF .85e 1.8 49.26 42.65 46.41 -.2 GugStrOp N GOF 2.19 10.0 22.39 18.80 98 21.88 589 21.93 21.76 +.12 +1.4 Guidewire N GWRE 96.19 67.89 352 89.05 3066 89.55 84.33 -.66 +19.9 GulfIsland Q GIFI .04 .4 13.95 6.90 42 8.90 198 9.45 8.80 -.30 -33.7 GulfRes Q GURE 3 2.05 1.22 102 1.25 212 1.38 1.25 -.10 -15.0 GlfmrkOf n A GLF 39.00 17.80 11 36.99 119 38.20 36.21 +.50 +29.8 GulfportE Q GPOR 6 15.08 8.11 3972 11.41 20734 11.62 10.74 +.35 -10.6 Gyrodyne n Q GYRO 2.50e 22.84 18.91 20.00 1 20.70 19.99 -.40 -.4H -:H&E Eqp Q HEES 1.10 3.1 11 44.24 20.16 221 35.78 1284 38.53 35.25 -2.47 -12.0sHCA Hldg N HCA .35p 20 127.25 71.18 2832 130.16 10749 130.29 122.37 +6.01 +48.2 HCI Grp N HCI 1.50 3.8 45.56 27.11 79 39.23 219 43.69 39.02 -3.13 +31.2 HCP Inc N HCP 1.48 5.6 15 32.04 21.48 3388 26.46 19071 26.59 25.09 +1.01 +1.5 HD Supply Q HDS 12 45.24 29.91 963 42.82 5358 44.09 42.55 -.71 +7.0 HDFC Bk N HDB .37e .4 112.10 89.07 648 103.99 7637 109.50 102.64 -5.66 +2.3 HECO pfU N HEpU 1.62 6.2 28.45 25.05 26.42 1 26.42 26.20 +.09 -.2 HFF Inc N HF 1.80e 19 51.74 32.99 169 44.60 1799 45.50 43.38 +.60 -8.3stHL Acqui n Q HCCH 10.47 9.51 9.65 9 10.47 9.51 +.12 +1.0sHL Acq un Q HCCHU 10.43 10.05 10.43 37 10.43 10.25 +.23 +3.6 HL Acq rt Q HCCHR .44 .35 .38 115 .39 .37 -.06 HMG A HMG 16.33 8.94 0 14.20 13 15.28 13.95 -.70 +13.7 HMN Fn Q HMNF 19 21.90 16.80 14 20.85 21 21.25 20.39 -.35 +9.2sHMS Hldgs Q HMSY 56 25.19 11.01 2279 28.90 4671 30.00 23.53 +5.26 +70.5 HNI Corp N HNI 1.18f 2.8 21 45.40 31.16 100 42.68 1050 43.85 42.26 +.42 +10.7 HP Inc N HPQ .56f 2.4 9 24.75 18.36 5092 23.34 26900 23.49 22.89 +.11 +11.1 HSBC N HSBC 1.50e 3.2 55.89 46.23 1236 47.19 6383 48.81 46.35 -1.02 -8.6 HSBC prA N HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 26.62 25.52 23 26.03 276 26.24 26.01 -.17 +.8 HTG Mol h Q HTGM 5.83 1.59 396 2.80 1525 3.09 2.75 -.22 +37.9 HV Bcp n Q HVBC .50e 18.50 13.75 0 15.15 4 15.67 15.15 -.25 -.4 HabitRest Q HABT 86 16.69 8.10 868 14.70 4925 15.70 11.80 +3.40 +53.9 HackettGp Q HCKT .34f 1.9 21 19.24 13.24 89 17.99 689 18.25 16.69 +.89 +14.5 Haemonet N HAE 90 101.65 39.92 450 96.71 4343 98.98 95.01 -2.12 +66.5 Hailiang n Q HLG 88.92 8.55 31 80.83 179 80.89 76.77 +1.64 +78.8 HainCels lf Q HAIN 45.06 25.41 1046 29.44 3934 30.11 27.50 +.88 -30.5 HalconRs n N HK 9.07 3.57 4928 4.04 29175 4.34 3.57 +.04 -46.6 HalladorE Q HNRG .16 2.3 8 7.98 4.79 25 6.97 262 7.34 6.43 +.55 +14.4 Hallibrtn N HAL .72 1.7 57.86 38.18 7329 42.05 42618 42.89 41.39 +.25 -14.0 HallmkFn Q HALL 11.83 8.62 8 10.40 95 10.99 10.40 -.17 -.3 Halozyme Q HALO 38 21.48 11.41 673 17.12 3745 18.21 16.81 +.18 -15.5 HamiltnBc Q HBK 16.20 14.00 14.55 0 14.55 14.55 -.40 -5.5 HamBchBr N HBB .34 1.4 41.00 20.97 30 24.92 317 28.59 24.12 -1.14 -3.0 HamilLa n Q HLNE .85f 1.8 53 54.59 21.36 136 47.72 651 50.26 47.54 -1.38 +34.8tHancJaf n Q HJLI 5.64 2.42 91 2.63 1065 3.10 2.42 -.02 -49.8 HancFinOp N BTO 1.48 3.8 41.00 31.24 22 38.89 155 39.04 38.20 +.10 -1.1 HanJS N JHS .87e 6.4 15.12 12.97 7 13.51 193 13.61 13.33 +.09 -9.0 HanJI N JHI 1.45e 8.9 18.85 15.85 9 16.22 82 16.32 16.14 +.03 -7.3 HanPrmDv N PDT 1.08a 6.7 17.33 14.50 67 16.02 322 16.17 15.91 +.02 -6.5 HanPfEq N HPI 1.68 7.6 22.58 19.73 26 22.06 179 22.10 21.76 +.23 +3.0 HanPfd2 N HPF 1.68 7.8 22.71 19.39 35 21.41 196 21.46 21.04 +.36 -.4 HanPfd3 N HPS 1.47 7.9 19.48 16.80 43 18.51 237 18.56 18.19 +.19 -1.3 HanTxAdv N HTD 1.45 6.2 26.23 21.00 58 23.42 318 23.60 22.99 +.30 -5.0 HancWhit Q HWC .96 1.9 17 56.40 41.05 317 50.35 2869 51.60 49.00 -.30 +1.7 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 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HancWht 45 Q HWCPL 1.49 5.8 26.67 25.00 1 25.64 19 25.83 25.45 +.11 -1.6 Hanesbds s N HBI .60 3.3 9 25.73 16.38 7163 17.97 68162 22.34 17.44 -3.82 -14.1 HanmiFin Q HAFC .96 3.8 14 33.10 24.25 155 25.45 1023 25.85 24.85 +.70 -16.1 HannArms N HASI 1.32 6.8 35 25.28 17.33 1455 19.45 2566 20.33 19.10 -.23 -19.2sHanoverIns N THG 2.16 1.7 68 127.68 87.91 151 125.97 630 127.68 121.61 +1.38 +16.6 HanovIns53 N THGA 1.59 6.3 25.90 25.02 2 25.37 20 25.45 25.35 -.07 +.2 Hanwha rs Q HQCL 21 9.25 5.40 206 8.27 386 8.40 6.24 +1.76 +17.8 HarbrOne n Q HONE 58 20.19 15.92 26 18.03 240 18.87 18.03 -.72 -5.9 HarleyD N HOG 1.48 3.4 15 56.50 39.34 1664 44.06 11111 45.06 41.98 -.32 -13.4sHarmonic Q HLIT 5.33 2.80 625 5.15 4086 5.33 4.25 +.65 +22.6 HarmonyG N HMY .05 2.53 1.52 2782 1.64 13366 1.73 1.63 -.04 -12.3 HarrisCorp N HRS 2.28 1.4 29 170.54 111.72 672 162.38 5327 168.91 149.78 +8.50 +14.6 Harsco N HSC .20m .8 64 26.75 15.05 442 25.10 2922 25.70 24.05 +.70 +34.6 HarteHk rs N HHS 12.16 7.27 14 9.35 84 10.50 9.01 -1.02 tHartfFn42 N HGH 1.97 6.9 31.34 28.21 79 28.40 481 28.52 28.21 -.03 -2.9 HartfdFn N HIG 1.20f 2.3 18 59.20 49.67 1597 52.76 9916 53.54 52.09 +.79 -6.3 HrvrdBio Q HBIO 6.15 2.65 201 5.70 1112 5.80 5.40 +.10 +72.7 HarvCapCr Q HCAP 1.14a 10.7 7 13.93 9.90 14 10.67 94 11.25 10.51 -.61 -2.6 HarvCr22 n Q HCAPZ 1.53 6.0 27.50 24.89 2 25.51 4 25.85 25.41 -.07 +.2 Hasbro Q HAS 2.52 2.5 61 107.58 79.00 794 99.53 5273 101.18 96.17 -1.15 +9.5 Haverty N HVT .72 3.4 22 27.23 17.70 134 21.10 540 21.25 19.65 +1.20 -6.8 HavertyA N HVT/A .38a 1.8 16 27.10 18.00 21.00 0 21.00 20.05 +1.00 -10.1 HawaiiEl N HE 1.24 3.5 24 38.72 31.72 424 35.20 2468 35.80 34.36 +.57 -2.6 HawHold Q HA .48 1.2 6 44.30 32.40 610 41.15 3009 41.60 38.60 +1.85 +3.3 Hawkins Q HWKN .88 2.1 21 45.65 30.55 46 41.40 160 42.25 35.60 +3.80 +17.6 HawthornB Q HWBK .40f 1.8 17 22.23 17.38 28 22.00 31 22.10 21.75 +.25 +10.3 HaymkAc n Q HYAC 9.85 9.50 9.77 909 9.80 9.75 +2.2 HaymkA wt Q HYACW 1.00 .77 .77 -3.8 HaymkA un Q HYACU 10.35 9.88 10.30 105 10.35 10.19 +.05 +4.0 HaynesIntl Q HAYN .88 2.1 45.14 28.97 55 41.10 299 43.20 40.05 -.64 +28.2 Hc2 Hldgs N HCHC 1.29 7.79 4.30 98 5.63 554 5.92 5.55 -.21 -5.4 HlthCSvc Q HCSG .78f 1.9 56.20 35.04 387 40.07 3789 40.65 39.29 -24.0sHlthInsInn Q HIIQ 33 44.40 12.65 482 44.25 3358 44.45 31.25 +13.25 +77.4 HlthcrRlty N HR 1.20 3.9 49 34.26 26.09 676 30.58 4196 30.70 28.82 +1.37 -4.8 HlthcreTr N HTA 1.22 4.3 54 31.87 24.06 1526 28.24 5574 28.38 26.62 +1.33 -6.0 HealthEqty Q HQY 94 83.34 40.21 165 78.31 1814 81.16 72.63 +1.91 +67.8 HlthStrm Q HSTM 1.00e 69 30.89 21.15 106 29.00 850 29.34 27.24 +1.06 +25.2 HrtlndEx Q HTLD .08 .4 21 25.22 17.38 335 19.19 2867 19.77 19.01 +.09 -17.8sHeartFn Q HTLF .56f .9 20 60.50 42.10 138 59.95 997 60.55 57.90 +1.20 +11.7 HeatBio rs Q HTBX 7.89 1.09 63 2.06 735 2.12 2.00 +.02 -46.2 HebronTc n Q HEBT 3.75 1.45 7 1.65 55 1.80 1.65 -.05 -37.3tHeclaM N HL .01e .3 5.58 2.95 5573 3.06 26967 3.37 2.95 -.09 -22.9 HeclaM pfB N HLpB 3.50 6.5 61.99 51.27 54.00 0 54.00 54.00 -1.24 +1.9 Heico s N HEI .13 97.32 64.19 213 76.08 1442 77.04 73.60 +.14 Heico A s N HEI/A 50 79.00 55.80 52 64.50 622 65.45 62.55 -.55 sHeidrkStr Q HSII .52 1.2 44.00 17.90 218 41.95 1649 44.00 34.05 +7.35 +70.9 HelenTroy Q HELE 15 119.25 81.10 190 115.00 977 116.50 111.95 +1.80 +19.4tHeliosM rs Q HMNY 9714.50 .10 153558 .07 359207 2.00 .06 -1.93 -100.0 Helius Med n Q HSDT 13.20 7.47 36 9.08 117 9.59 9.02 +.04 +16.3sHelixEn N HLX 5 10.42 5.44 1137 9.29 10397 10.42 9.27 -.65 +23.2 HelmPayne N HP 2.80f 4.6 75.02 42.16 800 61.30 6642 64.32 60.21 +.47 -5.2 HemisMda Q HMTV 13.95 10.50 48 12.05 164 12.45 11.50 +.50 +4.3 Hemisphrx rs A HEB .65 .28 46 .30 914 .31 .29 -.01 -13.3 HennesAd s Q HNNA .40 2.6 7 20.00 14.29 32 15.45 103 16.25 15.00 -.60 -6.6 HennCap n A HCAC 11.00 8.97 1 10.12 251 10.15 10.11 +3.3 HennCap un A HCAC/U 11.53 10.05 3 11.10 4 11.19 10.95 +.28 +7.0 HSchein s Q HSIC 31 92.64 62.56 2426 80.23 7357 80.67 77.03 +2.65 +14.8sHerbalif s N HLF 26 58.13 30.36 2504 59.00 14415 60.41 50.51 +6.76 HercHld n N HRI 72.99 35.89 202 55.64 914 57.61 54.07 -1.16 -11.1 HercTGC N HTGC 1.24 9.1 13 13.97 11.55 429 13.56 2075 13.70 13.40 +.10 +3.4 HercTG 24 N HTGX 1.56 6.2 25.77 25.01 7 25.10 26 25.19 25.06 -.05 -2.0 HrtgeCo Q HTBK .44 2.9 17 18.10 12.76 152 14.97 1076 16.50 14.84 -.43 -2.3 HrtgeFn Q HFWA .60 1.7 25 37.38 25.25 214 35.30 1275 36.40 34.50 -.70 +14.6 HeritageIns N HRTG .24 1.6 52 19.15 8.85 561 15.01 1079 17.64 14.24 -2.34 -16.7 HeritCryst Q HCCI 35 25.20 17.10 129 23.90 630 24.90 21.05 +.95 +9.9 HernTher h Q HRTX 42.90 14.40 599 36.60 3877 38.60 34.80 +.75 +102.2 Hersha pfC N HTpC 1.72 7.0 25.99 23.82 24.47 1 24.47 24.45 +.08 -2.7 Hersha rs N HT 1.12 5.1 28 22.57 16.60 412 21.81 1855 22.15 21.16 +.59 +25.3 Hersha pfD N HTpD 1.63 7.0 25.94 22.61 17 23.34 103 23.45 23.04 +.23 -5.4 Hersha pfE N HTpE 26.40 22.66 19 23.49 44 23.49 23.05 +.27 -5.1 Hershey N HSY 2.89f 2.9 22 115.82 89.10 1365 99.16 7404 100.84 95.81 +2.17 -12.6 HertzGl N HTZ 27.27 12.70 4967 15.91 20454 15.97 14.03 +1.95 -28.0tHerzfldCrb Q CUBA .12e 7.54 6.53 8 6.60 77 6.71 6.53 -.13 -7.7 HeskaCorp Q HSKA 63 115.00 56.59 26 102.66 231 105.58 96.38 +1.65 +28.0 Hess N HES 1.00 1.5 71.14 37.25 3088 66.30 26587 66.50 63.81 +2.69 +39.7 Hess pfA N HESpA 79.62 48.24 64 73.84 156 73.84 71.10 +2.95 +27.6 HessMidP n N HESM 1.38f 6.1 22 23.34 18.32 79 22.71 413 22.88 21.70 +1.18 +14.6 HP Ent n N HPE .45e 2.8 13 19.48 12.82 7384 15.98 33658 16.00 15.32 +.39 +11.3 Hexcel N HXL .60f .9 24 73.42 50.89 373 69.00 2458 69.65 68.14 +.47 +11.6 Hexindai n Q HX .40p 17.00 8.06 49 9.14 300 9.65 8.66 +.21 -17.3 Hi-Crush N HCLP 1.67e 12.6 15 16.65 7.25 3560 13.25 17031 15.90 13.10 -1.25 +23.8 Hibbett Q HIBB 13 29.50 9.40 571 24.15 2352 24.35 22.30 +.95 +18.4 HighPtRs N HPR 7.60 2.66 1020 6.47 5869 6.85 6.33 -.29 +26.1 HighlFlR n N HFRO 16.60 15.00 52 15.73 389 15.95 15.62 -.17 +1.5 HighSenLn Q SNLN .79 4.3 18.41 18.04 87 18.21 808 18.21 18.17 +.04 +.1 HighpwrInt Q HPJ 4 5.90 2.75 21 2.95 88 2.95 2.80 +.05 -20.3 HghwyH Q HIHO .40e 10.0 6.55 3.30 12 3.99 110 4.50 3.90 -.16 -5.1 HighwdPrp N HIW 1.85 3.7 26 53.34 41.34 607 50.17 3414 50.17 48.04 +1.74 -1.5 Hill Intl N HIL 6.11 4.25 78 5.50 564 5.65 5.35 -.15 +.9 Hill-Rom N HRC .80 .8 24 96.14 71.91 333 94.38 2429 95.29 89.81 +4.42 +12.0sHillenInc N HI .83 1.6 25 52.80 34.65 244 52.20 1954 52.80 48.80 +2.90 +16.8 HillmCT pf A HLMp 2.90 9.5 36.95 26.41 6 30.50 19 31.32 30.50 -.45 -11.2tHilltopH N HTH .28 1.3 11 28.32 20.66 357 20.88 2832 21.76 20.66 -.22 -17.6tHilGrVa n N HGV 47.75 31.80 1537 33.88 8223 35.09 31.80 -.11 -19.2 Hilton N HLT .60 .8 39 88.11 60.54 1969 78.18 14503 79.47 77.07 -.27 -2.1 HimaxTch Q HIMX .10e 1.5 45 13.95 5.97 1759 6.46 12875 7.17 6.32 -.69 -38.0 HingmSv Q HIFS 1.40f .6 19 242.00 174.70 1 220.70 4 223.54 220.40 -4.30 +6.6 Histogenics Q HSGX 3.35 1.60 650 2.41 1179 2.50 2.19 +.21 +17.6 HoeghLP N HMLP 1.76f 9.8 11 19.90 15.33 195 18.00 1069 18.45 17.80 +.44 -3.5 Hoegh pfA N HMLPpA 2.19 8.5 27.42 25.02 59 25.79 242 25.81 25.69 +.04 -4.2 HollyEngy N HEP 2.64f 8.6 15 36.05 26.09 87 30.73 845 31.17 29.56 +.34 -5.4 HollyFront N HFC 1.32 2.0 17 83.28 27.04 3577 67.65 15619 75.75 66.00 -6.42 +32.1 Hollysys Q HOLI .12e .5 10 28.35 17.79 251 22.82 1023 23.55 22.41 -.39 +2.5 Hologic Q HOLX 45.09 35.10 2274 42.11 20615 43.63 41.01 -.37 -1.5 HomeBLA Q HBCP .76f 1.7 21 48.47 34.12 10 45.85 55 46.59 44.81 +.36 +6.1 HomeBcs s Q HOMB .48f 2.1 21 25.89 20.82 465 23.13 2990 23.74 22.94 -.17 -.5 HomeDp N HD 4.12 2.1 25 207.61 146.89 2309 195.64 16260 198.03 193.55 -1.50 +3.2sHmFdB LA Q HFBL .56f 1.7 20 32.90 26.00 2 33.40 2 33.40 32.50 +.99 +18.8 HomeStreet Q HMST 27 32.60 24.00 84 29.45 449 29.95 28.95 +.10 +1.7 HometBk n Q HMTA .16 1.2 15.79 10.60 13.64 3 13.93 13.60 +.02 +22.1sHomeTrBc Q HTBI 28 29.85 21.40 26 29.15 169 29.85 28.50 +.60 +13.2 HomolMd n Q FIXX 24.40 16.12 60 16.75 388 19.41 16.35 -2.18 -10.2 Honda N HMC .84e 2.7 37.29 27.36 530 30.66 2920 30.95 29.93 +.33 -10.0 HonwllIntl N HON 2.98 1.9 72 165.13 134.50 2965 155.04 14535 159.99 154.23 -4.30 +1.1 HookerFu Q HOFT .56 1.3 17 52.75 35.90 23 44.70 148 46.80 44.15 -.35 +5.3 HopeBcp Q HOPE .56f 3.3 15 19.86 15.10 501 17.08 3071 17.40 16.74 +.13 -6.4sHopFedBc Q HFBC .28f 1.7 22 16.70 13.51 0 16.69 6 16.70 16.29 +.26 +18.4 HorMan N HMN 1.14 2.6 26 47.65 33.85 87 43.95 572 44.35 42.70 +.45 -.3 HorizBcp s Q HBNC .40 1.9 19 22.13 16.67 38 20.84 283 21.60 20.38 -.55 +12.4 HorizGbl n N HZN 32 19.26 5.13 297 6.69 1870 7.14 5.37 +1.29 -52.3 HorizPhm Q HZNP 18.23 11.17 1377 17.97 6733 18.21 17.31 +.63 +23.1 HorizTFn Q HRZN 1.20 10.9 10 11.88 9.66 64 11.00 452 11.00 10.50 +.39 -2.0 HorizFn22 n N HTFA 26.00 25.26 2 25.58 3 25.69 25.52 +.07 +.7 Hor OEXcc Q QYLD 2.26e 9.1 25.50 22.67 111 24.90 599 24.99 24.24 +.28 +1.5 HorzDAX Q DAX .60m 2.1 34.00 28.07 2 29.20 15 29.95 29.06 -.61 -7.6 HorzSPCvC N HSPX 2.52e 3.7 52.96 46.37 15 51.72 77 52.16 51.00 +.52 +2.8 HorGKWld N KLDW 35.73 30.63 2 34.49 191 34.60 34.30 -.23 +3.0 Horz Saba n N CEFS 23.00 19.87 2 20.11 40 20.16 20.02 -.02 -6.0 HrzProSp n N FANZ 23.62 20.25 0 23.20 7 23.20 22.98 -.06 +4.1 Hormel s N HRL .75 2.0 23 38.00 29.75 2515 37.02 13637 37.35 35.44 +.37 +1.7 Hornbeck N HOS 5.35 2.07 477 4.12 1412 5.00 4.02 -.60 +32.5 Hortonwks Q HDP 22.00 12.50 1102 16.99 4758 18.95 16.95 -1.81 -15.5 HospPT Q HPT 2.12 7.5 11 31.27 23.83 439 28.27 3300 28.78 27.66 +.53 -5.3 HostHotls N HST 1.00a 4.6 18 22.47 17.26 12982 21.63 54047 22.06 20.63 +.82 +9.0 HostessBr n Q TWNK 26 15.41 11.00 804 14.42 2485 14.70 13.79 +.33 -2.6tHoughMH Q HMHC 12.25 5.60 619 5.80 3597 6.60 5.60 -.60 -37.6 HoulihnL n N HLI 1.08 2.3 19 53.20 34.41 276 47.98 2416 49.42 47.69 -1.16 +5.6 HstnAEn A HUSA .76 .22 166 .24 1084 .25 .24 +.00 -28.5 HoustWC Q HWCC .12m 1.5 9.32 4.70 5 7.90 43 8.01 7.71 +.05 +9.7 HovnEn pf A Q HOVNP 8.47 5.30 5.75 6 6.23 5.50 -.15 -23.3 HovnanE N HOV 3.41 1.51 683 1.59 3336 1.61 1.52 +.04 -52.5tHowardBcp Q HBMD 27 24.20 15.70 57 16.45 216 17.20 15.70 -.90 -25.2 HHughes N HHC 28 142.36 114.28 97 135.78 828 136.56 131.02 +2.36 +3.4sHuanPwr N HNP 2.45e 8.7 31.03 23.64 23 28.24 239 31.03 28.24 -2.09 +13.0 HuazhuGr Q HTHT 27 49.60 23.60 3051 33.10 12102 40.25 33.04 -7.10 -8.3sHubGroup Q HUBG 30 56.60 33.30 604 52.85 2957 56.60 45.55 +6.90 +10.3 Hubbell N HUBB 3.08 2.6 21 149.03 100.55 297 119.56 2215 124.02 117.72 -2.37 -11.7 HubSpot N HUBS 143.00 65.70 480 120.70 4170 130.50 119.00 -7.15 +36.5tHudBayM g N HBM .02 7 10.25 4.75 335 5.05 3313 5.25 4.75 -.10 -42.6 HudsonGbl Q HSON .20 11.8 2.44 1.29 25 1.70 208 1.76 1.61 +.03 -24.4 HudsPacP N HPP 1.00 2.9 27 36.06 28.25 485 34.00 4486 34.34 32.94 +.69 -.7 HudsonTc Q HDSN 31 10.40 1.66 318 1.88 1788 1.95 1.66 +.17 -69.0 HugotnR N HGT .09e 14.2 2 1.90 .52 78 .64 659 .67 .55 +.08 -54.6sHumana N HUM 2.00f .6 27 327.44 229.84 454 324.11 4103 327.44 311.93 +9.01 +30.7 HuntCoFn N HCFT .40m 11.8 5 4.98 2.55 108 3.36 323 3.36 3.31 +.01 -16.0 HuntJB Q JBHT .96 .8 18 131.74 88.83 576 120.81 3769 122.76 117.35 +2.20 +5.1sHunterMar Q HUNT 9.90 9.68 0 9.90 7 9.90 9.85 +.05 +1.4 HuntMar wt Q HUNTW .97 .25 .37 +22.9 HuntBncsh Q HBAN .56f 3.6 17 16.60 12.14 7523 15.73 41396 15.81 15.35 +.22 +8.0 HuntBcs pf Q HBANO 1.56 5.9 28.68 25.75 18 26.43 95 26.43 26.15 +.08 -6.1 HuntB pfC Q HBANN 1.47 5.7 26.85 24.76 1 25.65 21 25.92 25.44 -.02 -1.5 HuntgUSEq N HUSE 1.86e .6 41.49 37.35 382 40.65 468 40.65 40.20 -.15 +6.0 HuntgtnEco N HECO .47e .2 44.87 39.67 0 43.29 2 43.29 42.99 -.10 +3.9 Str 7handl n Q HNDL 25.98 23.65 2 24.20 115 24.20 24.02 +.11 -3.5 HuntgtnIng N HII 2.88 1.2 22 276.69 201.91 794 235.96 2489 242.67 227.43 +4.23 +.1 Huntsmn N HUN .65 2.0 11 36.09 24.51 1603 32.46 14994 33.55 30.49 +1.03 -2.5 Hurco Q HURC .44 1.0 17 50.50 32.75 7 44.15 50 45.95 43.60 +.50 +4.9sHuronCon Q HURN 48.45 29.53 207 46.40 1431 48.45 43.30 +2.80 +14.7 HutChMd n Q HCM 42.25 21.80 90 31.79 563 34.56 30.82 -2.59 -19.4tHuttigBld Q HBP 7.75 3.50 61 5.14 579 5.50 3.50 +1.15 -22.7 Huya n N HUYA 50.82 15.25 2717 31.57 16207 35.30 31.20 -3.71 +96.6 Hyatt N H .60 .8 37 84.89 54.67 713 78.34 4045 81.31 76.81 -.10 +6.5tHydrognc Q HYGS 12.00 4.95 35 5.95 645 6.90 4.95 -.85 -46.4 HyreCar n Q HYRE 6.50 2.58 67 3.35 2852 4.17 3.18 -.07 -34.3tHysterYale N HY 1.21 1.9 16 93.90 59.10 40 62.31 256 66.51 59.10 -1.42 -26.8I -:I-AMCap n Q IAM 11.94 9.75 10.15 1 11.05 10.15 +.05 +2.8sI-AMCap rt Q IAMXR .52 .21 55 .35 221 .52 .35 -.12 +16.7 i3 Vert n Q IIIV 19.50 13.79 41 15.07 466 16.21 14.50 -.65 -17.9 IAC Inter Q IAC 1.36 .9 57 166.64 100.57 814 152.71 4471 153.77 144.71 +1.93 +24.9 IAMGld g N IAG 1.52f 27.3 93 7.25 4.80 1860 5.56 10253 5.68 5.44 -.05 -4.6 ICAD Q ICAD 4.89 2.80 33 2.93 109 3.13 2.81 -.07 -14.8 ICC Hld n Q ICCH 72 18.00 14.54 0 15.20 18 15.26 15.09 -.30 -6.6sICF Intl Q ICFI .56 .7 24 76.13 41.10 482 78.05 907 80.70 72.75 +4.70 +48.7 ICICI Bk N IBN .16e 1.8 11.26 7.61 4351 8.94 44247 9.04 8.68 +.22 -8.1 ICU Med Q ICUI 313.20 164.00 178 293.35 940 297.45 280.90 +7.35 +35.8 IClickInt n Q ICLK 11.40 5.03 159 5.64 841 6.22 5.52 -.49 -37.7 ID Syst Q IDSY 8.05 5.37 2 6.18 27 6.94 6.18 -.52 -11.0 IdexxLab s Q IDXX 73 252.49 146.09 440 242.64 3332 245.25 227.79 +1.37 +55.2 IDT Cp N IDT 1.00f 18.9 16.48 4.82 118 5.30 964 5.36 5.12 +.13 -50.0 IEC Elec A IEC 6.80 3.42 38 5.31 605 5.42 4.96 -.04 +28.9sIES Hldgs Q IESC 27 19.35 14.05 143 18.85 260 19.53 17.35 +1.40 +9.3 IF Bancp Q IROQ .20f .8 28 25.04 19.10 0 24.37 3 24.70 24.30 -.63 +24.0tIFresh n Q IFMK 18.00 1.69 71 2.20 645 4.00 1.69 -1.75 -83.1 IHS Mark Q INFO 30 54.31 42.40 1485 52.95 6552 54.00 52.63 -.41 +17.3 II-VI Q IIVI 25 53.08 34.05 927 38.90 5238 45.45 38.45 -5.95 -17.1 ILG Inc Q ILG .70 2.0 40 35.00 24.38 594 34.38 5398 34.90 33.48 +.12 +20.7 IMV Inc n Q IMV 7.21 4.50 0 4.98 23 5.10 4.71 -.12 -27.6 ING N ING .14e .9 20.58 14.14 2448 14.97 13639 15.36 14.72 -.25 -18.9 ING 6.125 N ISG 1.53 6.0 26.37 25.20 39 25.64 87 25.85 25.60 -.19 +.4 ING 6.375 N ISF 1.59 6.2 26.40 25.40 54 25.80 194 26.00 25.79 -.24 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124.98 118.68 580 119.47 2460 119.51 119.06 +.02 -2.2 iShCorHiDv N HDV 2.90e 3.3 94.20 82.16 157 88.44 1020 88.46 87.38 +1.04 -1.9 iSCorUSVal s Q IUSV 1.16e 2.1 58.64 50.22 241 55.86 1335 55.86 55.06 +.42 +.8 iSCorUSGr s Q IUSG .72e 1.2 60.56 48.59 274 59.94 1663 59.94 58.50 +.53 +11.5 iShChina N MCHI .61e 1.0 76.72 58.04 3326 61.73 19976 64.36 61.00 -2.54 -7.2siShShtTrB Q SHV .03e 110.45 110.18 893 110.31 5044 110.45 110.27 -.10 +.1 iShUSPfd Q PFF 2.13a 5.7 39.28 36.52 2379 37.47 11453 37.68 37.27 -.13 -1.6 iSEafeMnV N EFAV 2.81e 3.9 76.51 69.78 287 72.45 1545 73.26 72.01 -.55 -.7 iSRus3K N IWV 2.47e 1.5 169.20 142.71 215 168.42 838 168.44 165.82 +1.34 +6.5 iSGblMatl N MXI 1.02e 1.5 75.19 61.73 38 68.14 129 69.09 67.08 -.34 -2.8 iShUtils N IDU 4.54e 3.4 142.50 119.51 35 135.03 395 135.43 132.01 +1.52 +1.6 iSUSAMinV N USMV .87e 1.6 55.45 49.50 850 55.28 6742 55.31 54.45 +.45 +4.7 iSMrnSCV N JKL 2.98e 1.9 158.15 134.66 8 155.40 40 155.40 153.41 +1.90 +2.1 iShMCVal N IJJ 2.16e 1.3 167.54 142.74 77 166.33 460 166.75 163.65 +2.15 +3.9 iShGblUtil N JXI 1.99e 4.0 53.07 45.15 11 49.77 66 49.87 49.10 -.16 +.5 iShTelecm N IYZ .68e 2.4 33.00 26.34 186 27.92 3466 28.00 27.49 +.28 -5.1 iShTech N IYW 1.20e .6 191.62 143.35 67 187.71 844 187.71 180.60 +2.86 +15.3 iShGblIndl N EXI 1.40e 1.5 100.28 84.04 8 91.13 56 92.49 90.56 -.78 -1.9 iShGblCSt s N KXI 54.58 47.79 21 50.91 76 51.10 50.22 +.41 iShREst N IYR 2.76e 3.4 83.27 71.27 8897 82.21 61907 82.26 79.25 +2.44 +1.5 iSGblCnDis N RXI 1.39e 1.2 119.82 98.22 7 116.77 94 117.00 115.18 -.05 +6.7tiSh0-5Tips N STIP 100.84 98.65 105 98.83 459 99.17 98.65 -.30 -1.0 iShHmCnst N ITB .09e .2 46.56 33.10 1812 37.51 13251 38.19 37.24 -.13 -14.2 iShInds N IYJ 1.65e 1.1 158.32 129.07 12 150.59 172 151.71 148.96 -.11 +2.2 iShAerosp N ITA 1.31e .6 207.47 164.58 204 203.78 970 206.58 200.53 +.18 +8.3 iShHltcare N IYH 3.01e 1.6 193.31 163.20 44 191.63 253 191.64 187.16 +3.92 +10.0 iShFinSv N IYG 1.21e .9 142.14 110.22 19 136.31 232 137.26 134.09 -.35 +4.5 iShRegBks N IAT .61e 1.2 54.74 41.83 94 51.34 683 51.64 50.68 +.25 +4.2 iShInsur N IAK .82e 1.3 69.95 59.34 22 65.41 42 65.95 65.01 +.42 -1.8 iShFincls N IYF 1.45e 1.2 126.54 105.78 196 122.79 678 122.79 121.10 +.63 +2.8 iShBroker N IAI .65e 1.0 70.58 51.86 15 64.75 217 66.45 64.51 -1.61 +3.2 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 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 4, 2018

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iShUSEngy N IYE 1.14e 2.7 43.75 33.70 334 41.49 2089 42.70 41.27 -.63 +4.6 iShESGSel N KLD 1.14e 1.0 119.20 101.54 17 117.59 87 117.69 115.27 +1.48 +5.9 iShCrSPS s N IJR 87.35 66.77 2917 86.61 16596 87.27 85.09 +1.06 +12.8 iShMedDev N IHI 1.57e .7 212.08 160.37 70 210.16 361 210.93 204.82 +2.56 +21.1 iShConsGd N IYK 2.43e 2.0 130.93 111.06 13 121.80 388 121.94 118.88 +2.11 -3.9siShHltcPrv N IHF .24e .1 186.11 139.65 190 187.22 783 187.41 182.07 +3.89 +19.4 iShCorTInt N IXUS 1.28e 2.1 67.93 58.36 580 60.98 2560 61.75 60.48 -.56 -3.3 iShPharm N IHE 3.11e .9 166.06 139.28 4 163.08 147 163.16 158.57 +4.42 +5.6 iShBasM N IYM 1.42e 1.4 108.32 89.47 37 101.03 206 102.51 99.33 -.52 -1.1 iShPeru N EPU .70e 1.8 44.95 35.55 38 39.65 721 40.68 39.12 -.65 -3.2 iShCorEafe N IEFA 1.56e 2.4 70.84 61.63 4025 64.29 24538 65.23 63.94 -.69 -2.7 iShOilEq N IEZ .86e 2.4 40.89 29.57 18 35.96 326 37.06 35.69 -.13 +.1 iShDJ US N IYY 2.01e 1.4 143.07 120.99 10 142.13 50 142.15 140.05 +1.08 +6.4 iShO&GEx N IEO 1.06e 1.4 77.84 50.49 136 74.30 486 77.00 73.79 -1.22 +14.4 iShAggrAllo N AOA .98e 1.8 56.94 51.55 63 54.26 379 54.32 53.74 +.02 +.7 iShCrShUS s Q ISTB 50.47 48.89 151 49.04 1028 49.11 48.90 +.01 -1.6 iShEurope N IEV 1.12e 2.5 50.81 43.96 305 45.67 1620 46.56 45.32 -.37 -3.4 iShGroAllo N AOR .81e 1.8 46.77 43.25 68 44.89 562 44.90 44.51 +.09 -.1 iSRusMic N IWC 1.08e 1.0 109.96 83.45 268 105.52 458 106.50 104.28 +.42 +10.2 iShModAllo N AOM .71e 1.9 39.05 36.94 63 37.77 393 37.81 37.53 +.08 -.7 iShMorMl bt A IYLD 1.33e 5.1 25.96 24.39 30 24.73 155 24.92 24.66 -.03 -4.3 iSMsciVal N EFV 1.66e 3.2 59.57 50.57 186 52.07 1094 53.11 51.78 -.56 -5.7 iSSCVal N IJS 1.73e 1.0 170.40 132.50 84 167.21 657 168.74 165.46 +1.22 +8.9 iShConsAllo N AOK .64e 1.9 35.27 33.64 24 34.19 158 34.22 33.96 -.02 -1.3 iShEafeGr N EFG 1.37e 1.7 85.81 74.54 139 80.15 472 81.17 79.60 -.81 -.7siShSCGrth Q IJT 1.54e .8 199.59 149.00 137 198.23 754 199.87 193.04 +2.90 +16.5 iShiB3-20F s N IBCD 24.82 24.24 0 24.33 12 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ICHR 10 35.51 17.76 828 21.95 4827 22.16 19.34 +.96 -10.8 Icon PLC Q ICLR 37 146.31 101.00 177 143.94 1130 144.69 137.28 +2.94 +28.3tIconixBrnd Q ICON 1 6.88 .49 313 .51 3703 .55 .49 -.03 -60.6 Idacorp N IDA 2.36 2.5 23 100.04 79.59 198 94.12 1307 94.64 92.03 +.54 +3.0tIdealPower Q IPWR 3.04 .75 44 .81 261 .90 .75 -.09 -43.0 Identive lf Q INVE 5.31 2.55 67 5.10 137 5.20 4.51 +.43 +52.7tIderaPh rs Q IDRA 22.96 5.20 373 5.53 2756 6.94 5.20 -1.12 -67.2sIDEX N IEX 1.72 1.1 33 154.24 110.25 337 151.76 2003 154.24 147.83 +1.81 +15.0 iGATE N PTI 19.52 siKangHlth Q KANG 18 21.01 11.70 559 20.64 4101 21.01 20.42 +.16 +30.6 Ikonics Q IKNX 13.03 7.25 2 10.30 4 10.30 10.00 +.05 +37.0 ITW N ITW 3.12 2.2 25 179.07 134.66 1157 139.55 7739 144.19 136.86 -.66 -16.4sIllumina Q ILMN 86 332.92 170.31 1521 332.49 9922 335.19 287.85 +31.34 +52.2 ImageSens Q ISNS 5.20 2.50 2 4.15 20 4.50 4.06 -.23 +40.7 Imax Corp N IMAX 26.70 17.58 531 22.45 3524 22.65 21.05 +.70 -3.0 Immersn h Q IMMR 6 17.71 5.76 3087 10.78 4801 14.70 9.32 -3.56 +52.7 ImmuCell Q ICCC 74 9.25 5.26 18 6.68 51 7.15 6.50 -.39 -24.0 ImmuneDs Q IMDZ 12.85 2.80 136 3.50 1463 3.90 3.35 -.25 -10.3 ImunoCll rs A IMUC .55 .17 95 .23 791 .24 .23 -.00 -27.5 ImunoGn Q IMGN 13.41 4.80 1215 9.18 9167 9.85 8.93 -.62 +43.2 Imunmd Q IMMU 27.33 7.17 1270 23.33 9337 24.39 22.30 -.14 +44.4 Immuron n Q IMRN 16.70 4.47 1 10.01 19 10.70 9.10 -.85 +89.2 Immutep Q IMMP 3.06 1.25 50 2.70 227 2.70 2.37 +.20 +72.0 ImpacMtg A IMH 3 15.50 7.18 6 8.33 33 8.90 8.33 -.37 -18.0 ImpaxLabs Q IPXL 25.70 14.65 18.30 +9.9sImpOil g A IMO .57 1.7 66 34.29 25.91 196 33.12 1207 34.29 32.82 -.34 +6.2 Imperva Q IMPV 57.65 37.17 340 46.15 2044 48.20 45.30 -1.70 +16.2 Impinj n Q PI 51.30 9.95 914 18.97 2828 23.08 18.21 -3.99 -15.8 ImprimisP Q IMMY 2.79 1.35 34 2.39 193 2.48 2.33 -.02 +40.6 IncOpR A IOR 30 14.25 8.51 1 13.59 30 13.77 12.66 +.50 +22.6 Incyte Q INCY 140.11 60.23 2115 63.04 11682 70.45 62.50 -5.60 -33.4 IndCDrillg N ICD 5.48 2.72 78 4.03 693 4.20 3.84 +.08 +1.3 IndepHld N IHC .25f .7 13 39.85 20.53 8 37.00 62 38.25 33.59 +3.15 +34.8 IndepRT N IRT .78a 7.7 20 10.63 8.26 656 10.19 2625 10.32 9.81 +.33 +1.0 IndBkMA Q INDB 1.52 1.7 23 95.00 65.25 62 88.10 354 89.80 87.50 -1.20 +26.1 IndBkMI Q IBCP .60 2.5 19 27.10 19.25 182 24.45 883 25.25 24.25 -.40 +9.4 IndepBkTX Q IBTX .56 .8 18 79.00 51.71 96 67.80 728 69.35 66.60 -.06 +.3 IndiaFd N IFN 1.82e 1.8 28.81 23.71 41 25.51 412 25.69 25.22 -2.3 IndiaGCap A IGC 1.63 .30 106 .43 454 .45 .42 -.01 -57.1tIndoTel s N TLK .67 36.19 23.66 994 23.72 3632 27.32 23.65 -3.70 -26.4 IndusAcq n Q INDU 11.74 9.65 9.97 87 9.97 9.92 +.05 +2.3 IndusAc un Q INDUU 11.00 9.95 10.58 4 10.58 10.58 -.42 +5.3 IndSvAm lf Q IDSA 2.70 1.36 12 1.99 195 2.25 1.83 +.02 +21.3 IndLogis n Q ILPT .60e 76 24.00 17.21 91 23.65 925 23.74 22.63 +.46 +1.3 IndBach N IBA .87e 1.4 67.61 53.00 3 60.85 39 61.38 58.67 +2.06 +6.2 Infinera Q INFN 12.39 6.10 1724 8.47 12863 8.81 8.24 +.06 +33.8 InfinityPh Q INFI 3.75 .93 151 1.81 949 1.84 1.70 +.09 -10.8 InflaRx n Q IFRX 69 42.83 14.47 14 31.52 71 36.65 29.61 +.87 +50.5 InfoSvcs Q III .20f 5.0 5 4.63 3.52 38 4.04 212 4.19 4.00 -.02 -3.1 Infosys N INFY .40e 1.9 19 20.68 13.88 4212 20.54 32278 20.55 19.88 +.20 +26.6 InfrREIT n N HIFR 1.00 4.7 17 23.22 17.60 121 21.07 988 21.37 20.14 +.21 +13.4 InfrEnAlt Q IEA 10.68 8.25 142 10.24 739 10.56 9.90 +3.2 InfuSystem A INFU 3.60 1.75 96 3.10 158 3.35 2.95 -.05 +34.8sIngerRd N IR 2.12f 2.2 22 99.00 79.63 1346 96.95 7456 99.00 95.99 -.77 +8.7sIngevity N NGVT 100.86 55.07 200 98.33 1228 100.86 96.26 -.73 +39.5 InglesMk h Q IMKTA .66 2.3 12 36.95 20.75 65 28.95 325 30.00 28.25 +.25 -16.3 Ingredion N INGR 2.40 2.4 13 146.28 95.01 1130 98.66 5305 101.50 95.05 -.67 -29.4tInnerWkgs Q INWK 17 12.03 5.92 685 6.10 4000 8.93 5.90 -1.99 -39.2 Innodata Q INOD 1.70 .88 8 1.16 65 1.20 1.15 -14.7 Innophos Q IPHS 1.92 4.3 40 51.34 38.66 60 44.36 726 49.42 43.88 -3.74 -5.1 Innospec Q IOSP .88f 1.1 29 83.20 54.10 49 78.10 557 81.05 77.85 -1.25 +10.6 InnovBio rs Q INNT 50.50 3.43 274 4.84 2899 6.95 4.57 -1.97 -20.7 InnovInd n N IIPR 1.00 3.0 39.75 16.35 45 33.14 305 33.70 31.61 +.85 +2.6 InnoInd pfA N IIPRpA 29.15 25.50 1 28.52 5 28.86 28.29 +.42 +2.1 InnovSolu Q ISSC 10 4.15 2.60 9 2.90 31 3.00 2.90 -.09 -1.4 Innoviva Q INVA 1.00 7.3 13 17.99 11.47 904 13.72 4859 14.48 13.56 -.05 -3.3 Innsuites A IHT .01 .7 3.70 1.23 227 1.36 6801 2.70 1.24 -.04 -22.3 Inogen Q INGN 214.99 89.01 189 211.53 994 212.82 193.99 +12.70 +77.6 Inovalon n Q INOV .12p 17.80 8.90 1019 12.20 5406 12.95 9.95 +2.15 -18.7 InovioPhm Q INO 7.00 3.64 517 3.94 3020 4.12 3.87 -.04 -4.6 Inphi N IPHI 19 44.25 23.65 602 32.01 3119 33.42 30.72 -1.29 -12.5tInpixon rs Q INPX 19.50 .12 2054 .12 6669 .14 .10 -.02 -98.1 InseegoCp Q INSG 2.33 1.01 107 1.94 494 1.98 1.73 +.09 +20.5sInsightEnt Q NSIT 18 54.06 32.11 793 52.68 2281 54.06 46.30 +2.57 +37.6 InsightS n N INSI .80 4.3 21.10 18.03 9 18.41 99 18.47 18.19 +.22 -7.5 Insignia s Q ISIG .70e 2.40 .98 42 1.82 432 1.92 1.61 +.18 +53.0 Insmed Q INSM 33.94 11.49 5062 26.15 9560 31.58 23.84 +1.95 -16.1sInsperity s N NSP 34 106.35 37.40 332 103.75 2484 106.35 94.10 +3.35 +80.9sInsprMed n N INSP 49.03 22.50 113 46.46 790 49.03 41.21 +5.26 +86.0 InspMD wt A NSPR.WS .18 .01 .05 +63.3 InspEnt Q INSE 14.00 4.40 18 6.90 106 7.05 6.20 +.25 -29.6tInstlldBPd N IBP 27 79.40 51.30 210 50.65 840 55.20 50.55 -2.35 -33.3 Insteel Q IIIN .12a .3 26 43.78 23.20 168 42.29 1261 43.15 40.19 +1.58 +49.3 Instructre n N INST 49.18 28.85 550 38.45 5478 45.60 34.10 -7.15 +16.2 Insulet Q PODD 102.89 48.82 2984 85.89 6455 95.77 81.02 +2.59 +24.5 InsysTher s Q INSY 14.00 4.10 344 6.27 2126 6.88 6.25 -.51 -34.8tIntecPhm n Q NTEC 9.80 3.95 18 4.05 455 4.30 3.95 -.25 -21.4sIntegerHl N ITGR 76.85 42.50 348 70.75 2128 76.85 69.60 -1.30 +56.2 IntegLfSc s Q IART 72 67.50 41.51 319 63.37 4082 63.68 60.74 +1.94 +32.4sIntgDv Q IDTI 37 35.91 23.07 898 35.63 8484 35.95 32.95 +1.81 +19.8 IntegMed n Q IMTE 44.00 1.85 1 11.59 34 11.86 9.74 +.08 +105.8 Intel Q INTC 1.20 2.4 19 57.60 34.38 22004 49.63 155589 49.78 46.43 +1.95 +7.5 Intellia n Q NTLA 35.99 14.45 364 26.04 3378 27.97 24.80 -.34 +35.5 Intellichk A IDN 3.37 1.50 39 2.30 77 2.36 2.11 +.19 -10.2 IntellgSys A INS 11.62 3.61 17 10.57 96 11.24 10.12 -.13 +131.8tIntelliph Q IPCI 3 1.41 .31 85 .32 345 .35 .31 +.00 -60.0sIntelsat N I 22.44 2.44 1719 21.75 17885 22.46 18.51 +1.48 +541.6sIntParfum Q IPAR .84 1.4 43 61.25 37.34 95 61.40 469 62.00 58.60 +1.75 +41.3 InterXion N INXN 67.19 46.90 606 64.70 2835 65.86 62.87 -1.17 +9.8 InteractB Q IBKR .40 .7 39 80.32 39.70 599 60.11 3473 61.87 58.81 -1.26 +1.5 InterceptP Q ICPT 128.27 51.05 446 97.26 3506 101.80 87.45 +8.31 +66.5 IntcntlExc s N ICE .88e 1.2 17 77.22 63.22 2824 72.81 15122 76.51 72.06 -3.49 +3.2 IntCtlHtls N IHG 69.23 49.03 206 61.58 874 63.09 60.75 -.40 -3.0 InterDig Q IDCC 1.40 1.7 11 85.85 67.55 424 80.50 2255 83.50 79.20 -.90 +5.7 Interface Q TILE .26 1.2 23 26.25 18.30 238 22.10 1630 22.60 21.70 +.10 -12.1 Intergroup 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10.26 9.32 -.28 +3.4 IntrpDia rs Q IDXG 1 1.80 .72 304 1.00 2279 1.16 .99 -.14 -2.0 Interpublic N IPG .84 3.8 15 26.01 18.30 1828 22.02 14983 22.66 21.73 -.40 +9.2tIntersENT Q XENT 42.95 25.15 616 26.40 6630 32.75 25.15 -4.70 -18.5 Intersectns Q INTX 4.48 1.46 32 1.75 174 1.80 1.67 +.04 -22.6 IntstP pfD N IPLpD 1.28 5.1 26.90 23.44 4 25.12 19 25.20 24.86 +.12 -1.4 inTestCorp A INTT 20 10.25 5.75 175 7.85 280 8.30 7.15 +.45 -9.2tIntevac Q IVAC 95 11.55 4.50 193 4.75 1346 5.05 4.50 +.10 -30.7 IntraCellu Q ITCI 25.82 10.25 433 20.90 2561 22.15 19.24 +.74 +44.3 IntPotash N IPI 5.31 2.90 2120 3.62 10802 4.32 3.12 -.53 -23.9 Intrexon N XON 22.51 10.26 708 14.72 8751 15.01 13.59 +.93 +27.8sIntriCon Q IIN 65.90 7.00 332 64.00 1250 66.45 54.66 +5.25 +223.2 Intuit Q INTU 1.56 .8 45 219.46 133.60 936 205.15 8360 212.16 201.85 -7.16 +30.0 IntSurg s Q ISRG 76 539.30 307.89 531 522.60 3811 525.00 498.66 +3.39 +43.2tInuvo A INUV 1.24 .65 31 .69 141 .70 .65 +.02 -15.1 Invacare N IVC .05 .3 20.00 13.13 236 18.00 1203 18.20 17.25 +.40 +6.8 Invesco24 n N IHTA 10.33 8.28 15 9.28 149 9.39 9.09 +.09 -10.0 InvHiIn23 n N IHIT 10.32 9.53 20 9.97 179 9.99 9.86 +.09 +1.8 InvAdvMu2 A VKI .78 7.3 11.93 10.33 91 10.69 487 10.71 10.55 +.09 -6.1 InBLDR As Q ADRA .72e 2.2 37.70 31.80 33.43 3 34.44 33.43 -.82 -3.3 InBLDR Dv Q ADRD .72e 3.1 25.31 21.89 2 22.93 64 23.42 22.75 -.21 -2.5 InBLDR Em Q ADRE .60e 1.4 48.92 40.01 3 42.20 30 43.07 41.23 -.70 -2.2 InBLDR Eu Q ADRU .78e 3.5 24.65 21.45 22.16 6 22.60 22.00 -.46 -3.2 Inv Bond N VBF .83a 4.7 20.29 17.47 21 17.64 160 17.75 17.50 +.10 -11.3 InvCAVal N VCV .79 6.6 13.20 11.53 59 11.93 390 11.93 11.83 +.09 -5.2 InvDynCrd N VTA .90 7.8 12.10 11.33 116 11.51 711 11.55 11.47 -.01 -1.7 In SCMatII Q PSCM .41e .8 55.75 43.76 1 54.31 7 55.14 54.29 -.46 +3.8 InSC UtilII Q PSCU 1.21e 2.2 57.53 47.05 4 54.38 20 55.32 53.89 +.28 +2.9 InOpYCmd Q PDBC 19.43 15.87 1505 17.92 12494 18.19 17.68 -.10 +2.7 InvMltStr Q LALT 23.50 19.26 0 21.91 2 21.98 21.80 +.01 +3.1 InvGDrChi Q PGJ .20e .5 50.87 40.42 57 42.59 214 44.99 42.34 -2.30 -5.0 PwSClnEn N PBW .07e .3 27.17 4.20 26.08 +2.8 InvDivAch Q PFM .50e 1.9 27.77 24.04 8 26.76 74 26.77 26.37 +.19 +1.2 InvHiYlDv Q PEY .54 3.0 18.61 16.52 103 18.16 909 18.18 17.86 +.30 +2.0 InvIntlDiv Q PID .65e 4.0 17.38 15.28 81 16.10 529 16.14 15.93 +.06 -2.7 InvNsdMo Q DWAQ .06e .1 117.50 91.53 1 112.06 5 113.00 110.49 -1.03 +9.2 InvUtils Q PUI .63e 2.2 29.97 23.64 1 28.32 16 28.38 27.77 +.26 +1.8 InvWtrRs Q PHO .18e .6 31.82 26.47 115 31.58 521 31.72 30.96 +.43 +4.3 InvBuybk Q PKW .52e .9 63.49 52.75 53 59.20 218 59.24 58.20 +.28 +.3 InvNasIntn Q PNQI 147.75 104.05 17 136.13 238 138.73 133.35 -2.88 +17.6 InvSmMid Q PRFZ 1.30e .9 144.21 113.90 35 141.18 205 141.97 139.50 +.96 +8.7 InvBasMat Q PYZ .61e .9 75.26 60.34 1 69.97 17 70.91 69.49 -.06 -1.0 Inv CnsCyc Q PEZ .30e .5 57.39 44.22 2 55.11 45 55.40 54.20 -.01 +9.6 InvTechM Q PTF .26e .4 65.80 45.90 3 61.97 35 63.01 59.54 -.12 +17.6 InvDWA M Q PDP .11e .2 57.85 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25.14 -.1 InLadR0-5 II Q LDRI .46 1.9 25.11 24.34 0 24.63 1 24.63 24.47 +.10 -1.0 InKBWRg II Q KBWR .79e 1.4 61.23 47.64 5 58.21 28 58.94 57.27 +.01 +3.9sInP&CInsII Q KBWP .69e 1.0 63.45 52.71 2 62.75 48 63.45 62.46 +.47 +5.6 InKbwReit Q KBWY 2.58 7.3 38.43 29.75 66 35.44 456 35.63 34.34 +.99 +.1 InKbwHiD II Q KBWD 2.10 8.9 24.49 21.09 38 23.59 276 23.83 23.47 +.16 -.1 In KBWBkII Q KBWB .58e 1.0 60.38 46.12 589 56.95 3342 57.09 56.02 +.40 +3.5 InIntByb II Q IPKW .29e .8 40.14 33.23 38 35.95 365 36.61 35.58 -.44 -4.3 InGlbWtII Q PIO .34e 1.3 27.16 23.57 14 25.61 84 25.87 25.30 -.05 -1.7 PS EMLwV N EELV .60e 2.4 27.59 24.16 25.39 +.2tInGlGoldII Q PSAU .10e .6 21.85 17.27 4 17.39 30 17.68 17.27 -.14 -11.5 InGlbAgrII Q PAGG .74e 2.7 28.90 24.88 27.23 1 27.41 27.22 +.19 -.5 In IntlLB II Q IDLB 32.01 28.14 2 29.45 12 29.81 29.29 -.45 -2.3 InDWATcR II Q DWTR 30.90 24.35 0 30.09 22 30.39 29.74 -.22 +6.5 InTactII Q DWIN 1.18 4.6 28.02 24.71 6 25.53 20 25.59 25.32 +.17 -5.1 In SmCMoII Q DWAS .07e .1 57.35 41.94 84 54.57 211 55.26 53.44 -.03 +12.0 InDWA MoII Q DWLV 33.76 32.05 1 33.17 29 33.38 32.77 -.11 -.9 InEmMomII Q PIE .12e .6 22.22 17.87 178 19.49 545 20.10 19.39 -.87 -5.2 InDevMoII Q PIZ .26e .9 29.70 25.84 11 28.16 124 28.41 27.79 -.04 +1.9 InvHiInc2 N VLT 1.24 9.1 15.23 13.00 41 13.59 171 13.64 13.45 +.12 -7.6 Invsco iim N IIM .84 5.9 15.47 13.64 74 14.15 363 14.16 14.07 +.03 -5.0tInvesco N IVZ 1.16 4.6 10 38.43 24.76 3120 25.15 30922 27.59 24.76 -.82 -31.2 InvMtgCap N IVR 1.68 10.2 7 18.86 15.15 973 16.41 4332 16.66 16.17 +.24 -8.0 InvMtg pfA N IVRpA 1.94 7.7 25.50 24.24 3 25.24 33 25.24 25.00 +.20 +.9 InvMtg pfB N IVRpB 1.94 7.5 26.44 24.25 3 26.00 11 26.08 25.84 -.06 +.9 InvMtg pfC N IVRpC 1.88 7.5 25.73 23.40 4 24.98 50 25.03 24.80 +.01 Invsco oia N OIA .39 5.1 8.25 7.34 52 7.67 226 7.80 7.67 -.03 -4.1 InvMuOpTr N VMO .88 7.4 13.37 11.52 157 11.86 686 11.90 11.71 +.10 -4.4 InvMuniTr N VKQ .82 6.9 13.04 11.51 133 11.84 667 11.98 11.72 +.08 -5.3 InvPAVal N VPV 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65.51 39.07 524 43.62 4601 44.72 42.50 -1.42 -13.3 IovanceTh Q IOVA 19.90 4.45 481 13.75 3477 14.50 12.95 +.15 +71.9 iPBetaCmd N BCM 32.00 25.55 3 29.06 12 29.44 28.81 -.11 -.6 iPBetaCoff N CAFE 13.64 10.35 10.48 -7.8 iPBetaCrOil N OLEM 21.88 14.03 20.73 1 21.19 20.73 -.23 +17.1siRadimed Q IRMD 24.50 8.95 161 25.15 487 25.20 22.28 +2.60 +66.0 Iridex Q IRIX 10.98 4.28 40 7.60 102 8.00 7.02 -.35 -.3sIridiumCm Q IRDM 22 19.30 9.68 1404 18.95 7786 19.30 16.70 +1.00 +60.6sIridium pfB Q IRDMB 16.88 2.6 619.58 348.00 0 643.43 17 643.43 588.79 +23.85 +60.1 IronMtn N IRM 2.20 6.2 31 41.52 30.78 1576 35.76 14213 36.21 34.38 +1.30 -5.2 IronwdPh Q IRWD 21.20 12.89 689 19.19 4874 19.53 18.20 +.71 +28.0 iShItaly rs N EWI 34.45 28.36 266 28.86 3932 30.05 28.56 -.51 -5.2 iShJapan rs N EWJ 64.71 54.04 6240 58.57 31469 59.38 58.19 -.86 -2.3 iSMlasia rs N EWM 36.56 30.46 716 32.64 3887 33.09 32.27 +.12 -1.0 iShSing rs N EWS 28.35 23.23 879 23.87 3220 24.47 23.78 -.41 -7.9 iSTaiwn rs N EWT 39.36 35.01 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49.68 50.38 1 50.54 50.38 +.03 -1.3 iShIntDevM N IMTM .30p 33.00 28.45 36 29.83 232 30.27 29.67 -.48 -2.2 iShIntDevQ N IQLT .55p 31.40 27.86 17 29.25 134 29.72 28.92 -.24 -1.3 iShLwCarb N CRBN .94p 125.97 108.50 5 118.71 47 119.01 117.00 +.16 +1.5 iShFallAn n Q FALN 1.48a 5.6 30.06 26.00 36 26.40 82 26.56 26.33 -.05 -2.7 iShDvlSize N ISZE 29.72 26.46 0 27.30 1 27.74 27.25 -.16 -3.6 iShCHdEM N HEEM 1.26e 1.9 28.95 24.60 41 25.80 145 26.20 25.51 -.28 -2.6tiShMsciChA A CNYA 35.68 25.93 12 25.90 105 27.78 25.84 -1.39 -19.1 iSh ESG Opt Q ESGD 72.49 63.67 25 66.13 353 67.08 65.78 -.69 -2.5 iSh IntDvGr N IGRO 62.04 53.84 4 56.85 32 57.38 55.49 +.06 -4.3 iSh GlImp n Q MPCT 1.18e 2.0 62.84 54.75 1 58.10 5 58.66 57.72 -.35 -1.8 iShMultiTc N TCHF 43.69 35.26 42.57 4 42.57 41.83 -.12 +9.8 iShMultInd N INDF 33.67 29.24 32.14 1 32.23 32.14 +.34 +.8 iShMultHl N HCRF 35.18 29.11 1 34.88 30 34.88 34.04 +.67 +10.3 iShiB20Mun N IBMI .24 .9 25.44 25.18 37 25.40 120 25.42 25.37 -.02 +.2 iShMultMat N MATF 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.68e 1.6 30.35 26.39 76 28.08 912 28.43 27.77 -.27 -2.1 iShIntHdCp N LQDH 2.76 2.8 99.18 94.38 17 97.02 59 97.47 96.77 +.07 -.3 iShCHCda N HEWC 1.41e 1.7 27.27 24.31 6 26.99 30 27.09 26.86 -.02 +2.2 iShJpMinV N JPMV .70e 1.0 72.41 63.29 4 67.30 14 68.50 67.23 -1.37 -.9 iShEafeMV N HEFV 28.30 26.08 27.92 0 27.92 27.92 -.31 +1.3 iShEuMinV N EUMV .67e 2.7 26.69 24.16 11 25.20 26 25.49 25.17 -.09 -.6 iShCorEur N IEUR 1.18e 2.4 53.97 46.83 169 48.64 884 49.46 48.24 -.35 -3.0 iShxJMinV N AXJV .84p 38.95 33.94 35.23 9 35.90 35.23 -.54 -3.1 iSh2022Mu N IBMK .09e 26.37 25.24 46 25.58 126 25.59 25.51 +.04 -.4 iSh UAE Q UAE .63e 4.0 18.08 14.87 2 15.92 4 15.94 15.73 +.30 -5.2 iShEm exCh N EMXC 58.49 47.58 0 51.02 4 51.23 50.94 +.19 -5.4siSh Qatar Q QAT .66e 3.6 18.35 13.01 4 18.19 109 18.35 17.25 +1.02 +12.3 iShYdOpBd N BYLD .75 3.1 26.66 24.00 11 24.17 95 24.26 24.09 -.07 -3.3 iSh2021Mu N IBMJ .07e 26.08 25.19 43 25.44 94 25.50 25.39 -.01 +.1 iShRussia rs N ERUS 39.23 29.53 380 34.00 1549 35.25 33.90 -.20 +1.4 iSCHeafe N HEFA .70e 1.5 30.88 27.65 183 29.79 1687 30.05 29.57 -.13 +.4 iShCHMex N HEWW 1.41p 21.67 18.16 0 19.69 3 19.82 19.52 -.07 -1.5 iShH10yCBd N CLYH .31e 27.42 25.11 1 26.27 9 26.34 26.09 +.10 -.6 iShCHSpain N HEWP .31p 23.79 20.85 1 22.13 70 22.31 21.92 +.23 -.2 iShHEmBd N EMBH .30e 27.04 25.12 26.03 6 26.08 26.02 +.06 -1.9 iShCHItaly N HEWI .55p 19.17 16.48 0 16.90 5 17.35 16.71 -.10 +.4 iShShMMu N MEAR .27e 50.18 49.61 14 49.97 455 50.01 49.94 -.00 +.3 iSCHEafSC N HSCZ .19p 32.36 28.21 1 31.18 10 31.51 31.15 -.33 +.7 iShCHAcxUs N HAWX 1.38e 3.9 28.00 25.01 2 26.73 160 26.93 26.51 -.12 -.5 iShGbMM rs N PICK 37.91 29.49 47 32.49 318 33.65 32.03 -.68 -6.2 iShCmdSel Q COMT 1.89e 4.9 40.62 32.69 225 38.39 462 38.90 37.92 -.17 +5.6 iShCHAcwi N HACW .94e 2.0 30.93 26.95 30.16 3 30.19 29.95 -.22 +2.6tiShGblGld rs Q RING 20.84 16.46 217 16.64 616 16.92 16.46 -.08 -11.5 iShTrFRBd N TFLO .07e .1 50.85 50.12 22 50.25 307 50.31 50.22 -.05 +.1 iShCH UK N HEWU .24p 25.54 22.21 0 24.37 34 24.70 24.19 +.00 +.2 iSh ESG s N ESGE 37.04 16.64 42 34.25 504 34.82 33.81 -.39 iShCHSwitz N HEWL 1.43e 2.2 27.79 25.03 0 27.21 1 27.24 27.17 +.46 +.7 iShEMktMV N HEMV 29.20 26.01 27.31 1 27.31 27.31 +.18 -.3 iShLqdty bt A ICSH .25e .5 50.54 49.99 38 50.09 354 50.19 50.06 -.07 +.1 iShCHJpn N HEWJ .74e .5 35.29 28.87 281 32.53 2448 32.99 32.35 -.44 -2.4 iShCHSoK N HEWY .48p 32.01 27.86 28.00 1 28.31 28.00 -.54 -7.5 iShFacEmg N EMGF .13p 53.84 44.17 170 45.78 411 46.70 45.21 -.98 -7.5 iSh iBd26 n N IBDR 24.92 22.99 18 23.39 84 23.42 23.23 +.04 -4.7 iSiBd12-18 s N IBDH .30 1.2 25.22 25.07 110 25.10 217 25.17 25.08 -.05 -.1 iSiBd12-16 s N IBDF .13 .5 25.04 iSiBd12-20 s N IBDL .62e 2.5 25.66 24.94 113 25.01 527 25.05 24.97 -.02 -1.2 iSiBd12-19 s N IBDK .37e 25.08 24.70 94 24.76 532 24.82 24.74 -.03 -.4 iSiBd12-23 s N IBDO .56e 25.55 24.13 63 24.32 328 24.40 24.22 +.02 -3.0 iSiBd12-22 s N IBDN .55e 25.42 24.19 49 24.34 383 24.41 24.22 +.01 -2.6 iSiBd12-25 s N IBDQ .64e 25.37 23.60 30 23.98 182 24.04 23.87 -.04 -4.2 iSiBd12-24 s N IBDP .63e 25.44 23.86 25 24.11 167 24.21 24.03 +.03 -3.8 iSiBd12-21 s N IBDM .47e 25.19 24.27 58 24.36 445 24.37 24.28 -.01 -1.8 IsoRay A ISR 1.22 .36 595 .58 8665 .67 .56 +.00 +46.4sIsraelChm N ICL .27e 5.1 5.32 3.85 211 5.28 1934 5.32 4.70 +.49 +30.7 Isramco Q ISRL 135.05 92.00 1 119.50 3 119.50 113.83 +3.70 +14.2 IssuerDir A ISDR .20 1.1 61 21.85 12.00 3 17.60 16 19.30 17.05 -2.15 -4.1 ItauCorpb N ITCB 2.48e 15.2 79 16.34 10.28 5 16.28 20 16.28 14.87 +1.16 +21.1 ItauUnibH N ITUB .32e 2.5 16.98 9.92 8721 12.62 53814 12.70 11.89 +.21 -2.8 Iteris Q ITI 8.17 4.09 44 4.87 256 4.99 4.83 -.04 -30.1 IterumTh n Q ITRM 13.00 8.13 3 8.62 62 9.40 8.46 -.59 -32.9 Itron Q ITRI 79.95 56.70 192 59.65 1448 61.30 58.55 +.25 -12.5 IturanLoc Q ITRN .96 2.8 18 38.00 28.50 20 34.50 237 34.60 33.50 +.9 IvyHiInOp N IVH 1.50a 10.4 16.10 13.92 53 14.36 270 14.41 14.21 +.16 -5.0 IvNxFcVl ef Q IVFVC 100.02 99.99 100.02 0 100.02 100.02 Izea n Q IZEA 7.85 .80 165 1.33 996 1.52 1.27 -.22 -70.6J -:J&J Snack Q JJSF 1.80 1.3 22 159.05 124.10 129 141.41 538 154.77 139.90 -11.98 -6.9 JAlexHld n N JAX 31 12.80 8.70 10 10.75 104 11.00 10.50 +.05 +10.8 JJill n N JILL 6 12.43 4.17 181 8.14 1484 8.49 7.80 -.11 +4.4 j2Global Q JCOM 1.66f 2.0 30 91.58 70.27 225 84.51 1550 86.90 83.65 -1.70 +12.6 JBG Smth n N JBGS .90 2.4 38.91 30.79 314 36.78 1984 36.93 34.89 +1.66 +5.9 JD.com Q JD 19 50.68 34.76 6741 36.17 61784 36.89 34.86 -.04 -12.7 JMP Gp27 n N JMPD 25.62 24.11 6 24.95 48 25.30 24.66 -.05 -1.3 JMP Grp N JMP .36 6.6 78 5.78 4.92 33 5.45 108 5.55 5.30 +.07 -2.7 JMP Gp 23 N JMPB 2.00 7.8 26.00 25.10 0 25.57 33 25.59 25.41 -.02 +1.1 JMU Ltd rs Q JMU 11.45 1.03 32 1.41 1797 3.50 1.15 +.10 -72.4 JPMCh pfE N JPMpE 1.58 6.1 27.27 25.53 73 25.73 431 26.13 25.62 -.02 -4.9 JPMDvsRt N JPGE .96e 1.6 68.02 57.90 8 61.26 29 61.76 60.83 -.17 -2.0 JPMIntEq N JPIN 1.08e 1.9 63.18 56.37 170 58.03 451 58.93 57.73 -.63 -3.4 JPMDvREm N JPEM 1.31p 64.42 52.52 9 55.86 72 56.42 55.02 -.10 -4.3 JPM DREq N JPUS .26p 74.59 64.75 42 73.58 179 73.60 72.44 +.49 +4.3 JPM DivInt N JPIH 30.68 27.59 30.21 0 30.21 30.21 -.20 +.7 JPMDsfEu N JPEU 64.34 57.74 0 59.35 4 60.28 59.35 -.69 -1.6 JPM DivEu N JPEH 29.58 26.58 29.43 0 +4.1 JPM Val n N JVAL 27.44 24.90 26.43 3 26.47 26.43 +.03 +1.3 JPM Mom n N JMOM 27.91 24.95 1 27.61 2 27.64 27.32 +.02 +7.7 JPM MinV n N JMIN 26.66 24.93 26.62 2 26.62 26.43 -.03 +3.2 JPM US Dv N JDIV 26.74 24.18 26.17 1 26.18 26.15 +.06 -1.2 JPM DivAlt N JPHF 28.92 24.74 6 24.89 51 24.93 24.77 +.05 -4.9 JPM FutSt n N JPMF 25.34 23.93 23.97 1 24.11 23.97 -.14 -4.7 JPM UlSh n N JPST 51.03 48.88 574 50.15 2626 50.24 50.13 -.06 +.2 JPM SCap n N JPSE 32.72 27.03 10 32.07 199 32.24 31.52 +.29 +8.1 JPM GlB n N JPGB 52.67 49.61 3 50.14 13 50.31 50.07 -.10 -2.0 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 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JPM Evnt n N JPED 26.37 24.55 26.01 1 26.01 26.01 +.16 +3.2 JPM Disc n N JPHY 52.80 49.30 24 49.82 70 49.99 49.69 -.15 -2.8 JPM USMid N JPME 66.92 58.25 6 66.63 31 66.66 65.84 +.52 +4.5 JPMorgCh N JPM 2.24f 1.9 16 119.33 88.08 11014 117.09 70175 117.61 114.33 +1.06 +9.5 JPMCh pfA N JPMpA 1.36 5.4 25.85 24.52 39 25.16 200 25.56 25.01 +.09 -.8tJPMCh pfB N JPMpB 1.68 6.4 27.34 25.74 37 25.97 319 26.37 25.74 +.12 -4.0 JPMAlerian N AMJ 2.29 7.9 30.74 23.17 1519 28.95 8728 28.99 27.57 +1.45 +5.4 JPMCh pfY N JPMpF 1.53 5.9 27.15 25.32 62 25.85 308 26.25 25.72 +.03 -3.0 JPMCh pfG N JPMpG 1.52 5.8 27.38 25.30 41 26.20 276 26.67 26.02 -.01 -2.9 JPMCh pfH N JPMpH 1.54 5.9 27.38 24.03 58 26.21 293 26.72 26.14 -.43 -2.7 Jabil N JBL .32 1.1 20 31.77 23.70 855 28.54 4792 28.78 27.83 +.49 +8.7 JackHenry Q JKHY 1.48 1.1 31 139.74 98.16 141 138.63 1479 138.98 134.07 +1.24 +18.5 JackInBox Q JACK 1.60 1.9 24 108.55 79.23 363 85.25 2488 86.78 81.87 +2.19 -13.1 JacobsEng N JEC .60 .9 26 72.18 49.31 1011 67.09 3849 68.04 65.96 -.02 +1.7 JaggedPk n N JAG 16.55 10.55 1198 13.75 5730 14.62 13.67 -.45 -12.9 JkksPac Q JAKK 3.70 1.95 30 2.25 127 2.40 2.25 -.10 -4.3sJamba Q JMBA 13.00 7.01 799 12.95 5269 13.00 10.46 +2.21 +60.7 JHardie s N JHX .38e 2.2 79 18.79 13.55 7 17.03 45 17.03 15.85 +1.00 -3.3 JRiverGrp Q JRVR 1.20a 2.9 27 44.34 32.17 70 40.89 403 41.92 40.56 +.32 +2.2 JanusSmC Q JSML 43.05 32.73 11 41.82 26 42.30 40.81 +.56 +13.8 JanSmMid Q JSMD 44.70 33.36 9 43.77 40 44.62 42.74 +.27 +12.7 JanLTCar n Q OLD 26.73 21.60 4 26.04 15 26.10 25.25 +.68 +8.8 JanObes n Q SLIM 39.15 26.17 2 37.77 24 38.02 35.99 +.97 +21.8 JanOrgan n Q ORG 36.00 29.30 3 31.76 20 32.41 31.41 -.76 -8.0 Jan ShDur n N VNLA 50.42 49.94 64 50.06 344 50.15 50.03 -.01 -.2tJanusHn n N JHG 1.44f 4.9 41.64 28.35 884 29.16 9139 33.04 28.35 -2.09 -23.8 JpnSmCap N JOF .13e 1.1 13.06 10.17 14 11.50 69 11.65 11.41 -.19 -2.6 Jason Inds Q JASN 3.88 .77 94 2.55 566 2.75 2.16 +.27 +7.6 JazzPhrm Q JAZZ 24 184.00 128.58 276 176.05 1677 176.24 170.00 +3.71 +30.7 JeffrFn N JEF .40 1.6 42 28.30 21.61 1749 24.51 9136 25.00 23.61 -.25 -7.5tJeldWen n N JELD 42.27 25.77 1511 26.93 5917 27.81 25.75 -.56 -31.6 JensynAc n Q JSYN 11.10 10.06 10.55 1 10.55 10.55 +2.4 JensynAc wt Q JSYNW .55 .11 38 .20 38 .20 .19 +.02 -46.7 JerashHl n Q JRSH 11.00 5.83 18 6.23 29 6.35 5.98 +.23 -27.5 JernignC n N JCAP 1.40 7.5 11 22.08 15.90 129 18.68 804 19.39 17.91 +.63 -1.7 JetBlue Q JBLU 12 23.08 17.10 6577 18.25 29088 18.30 17.37 +.20 -18.3 JetPay h Q JTPY 4.90 1.45 0 1.66 14 1.75 1.65 -.09 -34.6 JewettCm s Q JCTCF 22 8.96 6.50 8 8.00 77 8.55 7.85 +.15 +6.7 Jianpu n N JT 9.49 4.75 72 4.83 420 5.37 4.76 -.54 -25.5 JinkoSolar N JKS 27 30.50 11.48 165 13.93 1198 14.26 13.15 +.09 -42.1 JBeanTch N JBT .40 .4 42 122.65 84.81 184 107.30 1393 115.55 106.05 -7.45 -3.2 JHMultLgC N JHML .10p 37.14 31.35 17 36.66 212 36.66 36.15 +.24 +5.4 JH MultMdC N JHMM .08p 36.38 30.55 53 35.96 477 36.16 35.47 +.18 +5.4 JH MultCns N JHMC .07p 33.38 27.14 2 32.19 154 32.44 31.75 +.15 +5.3 JH MultFin N JHMF .08p 39.70 31.54 1 37.58 18 37.76 37.14 -.01 +2.2 JH MultHltC N JHMH .05p 34.56 29.08 2 34.26 81 34.26 33.41 +.80 +10.0 JH MultTch N JHMT .09p 47.62 35.86 1 46.46 121 46.52 45.41 +.13 +13.2 JH MultEn N JHME 33.93 24.30 2 32.18 99 33.15 32.07 -.43 +8.5 JH MultMat N JHMA 38.20 30.90 0 34.99 121 35.55 34.54 -.10 -2.6 JH SmCap n N JHSC 28.88 24.27 32 27.64 123 27.66 27.18 +.28 +5.8 JH MultDev N JHMD 32.58 28.28 2 29.39 36 29.86 29.18 -.36 -3.4 JH MultUt N JHMU 29.74 25.00 1 28.28 156 28.30 27.84 +.59 +2.8 JH MulCnSt N JHMS 28.79 24.55 1 26.83 215 26.87 26.26 +.67 -3.2 JH MultInd N JHMI 37.55 29.96 1 35.74 144 36.01 35.43 -.14 +1.8 JH HedgEq N HEQ 1.50 9.3 17.95 15.87 48 16.15 265 16.31 15.97 +.05 -7.2 JH TxAdY N HTY 1.28 14.7 9.74 8.27 11 8.73 119 8.74 8.52 +.18 -1.0 JohnJn N JNJ 3.60f 2.7 18 148.32 118.62 6499 131.95 44280 133.00 130.90 +.40 -5.6 JohnContl n N JCI 1.04e 2.7 26 42.60 32.89 4376 37.94 30150 38.16 36.05 +1.88 -.4 JohnsnOut Q JOUT .48 .6 20 90.16 49.80 24 81.06 135 84.04 78.65 +2.14 +30.6 JointCorp Q JYNT 8.88 3.50 7 8.23 159 8.30 8.03 +.03 +65.9 JonesEngy N JONE 2.21 .28 1027 .34 4911 .37 .29 +.04 -69.1 JonesLL N JLL .82f .5 29 178.75 115.71 177 168.45 950 172.97 166.31 -3.90 +13.1tJounceTh n Q JNCE 29.25 6.56 324 7.23 2100 7.38 6.56 -.04 -43.3tJumei Intl N JMEI 21 4.20 1.83 1349 1.87 7053 2.06 1.83 -.19 -36.0 JnprNtwk N JNPR .72 2.7 14 29.95 23.61 2619 26.34 22287 26.79 25.52 +.16 -7.6 JunprPhm Q JNP 19 13.25 4.30 29 11.45 453 11.50 11.45 +136.1 Jupai n N JP .40f 2.5 8 29.00 7.36 113 15.81 467 17.68 15.51 -1.79 -14.5 JustEngy g N JE .41 1 5.91 3.48 264 3.85 628 3.85 3.72 +.04 -10.3 JustEn pfA N JEpA 26.40 21.29 3 23.30 16 23.74 23.17 +.18 -6.3K -:K12 N LRN 58 18.46 12.72 87 16.21 675 16.78 16.08 -.42 +1.9 K2M Grp Q KTWO 24.82 16.44 350 21.77 1606 22.30 19.21 +2.09 +20.9 KAR Auct N KAR 1.40 2.3 21 61.57 40.43 752 59.63 4710 59.97 58.13 +1.06 +18.1 KB FnclGp N KB 63.96 44.21 87 47.11 638 48.59 46.14 -1.00 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KT Corp N KT 18.61 12.55 1594 14.49 6884 14.68 13.35 +1.26 -7.2 KVHInd Q KVHI 14.15 9.05 21 12.65 104 12.98 12.10 +.50 +22.2 Kadant N KAI .88f 1.0 26 114.00 76.40 43 91.55 230 97.70 90.65 -5.25 -8.8 Kadmon n N KDMN 5.86 2.05 304 3.34 1896 3.49 3.20 -.01 -7.7 KaiserAlu Q KALU 2.20 2.0 39 119.66 90.93 102 110.87 629 113.84 109.33 -.03 +3.8 Kala Ph n Q KALA 26.75 11.81 77 12.62 495 12.93 12.12 +.39 -31.7 Kalvista rs Q KALV 15.80 5.48 31 11.00 241 11.00 8.20 +2.79 +12.8 Kamada Q KMDA 6.10 3.75 7 5.90 169 5.90 5.60 +.20 +24.2 Kaman N KAMN .80 1.2 32 75.08 47.66 146 65.34 754 66.87 64.58 -1.06 +11.0 KandiTech Q KNDI 9.90 3.50 208 4.10 736 4.10 3.75 +.05 -39.7 KCSo pf N KSUp 1.00 3.9 29.13 25.22 0 25.55 0 25.55 25.52 +.13 -6.2sKC Southn N KSU 1.44f 1.2 21 117.79 99.47 908 115.77 5384 117.79 114.17 -1.08 +10.0 KapStoneP N KS .40 1.1 12 35.01 20.42 354 34.82 2366 34.95 34.72 +.03 +53.5 Karyophm Q KPTI 20.39 8.00 251 17.62 1447 18.35 16.71 +.54 +83.5 KayAnAc n Q KAAC 10.08 9.64 0 9.95 169 9.95 9.93 +.02 +2.5 KayneAn un Q KAACU 11.18 9.85 0 10.44 9 10.45 10.44 +.10 +4.8 KaynAEnD N KED 1.60 8.7 19.07 14.10 26 18.45 189 18.53 17.43 +.96 +6.0 KA EngTR N KYE 1.32m 13.3 11.42 8.30 151 9.89 578 9.90 9.50 +.44 -1.7 KA MLP N KYN 1.80 9.3 20.38 14.38 405 19.32 1476 19.45 18.58 +.59 +1.4tKAMLP pfF N KYNpF .88 3.5 26.37 24.76 3 25.16 43 25.16 24.76 +.13 -.4 KAMidsEn N KMF 1.80m 13.3 15.39 11.36 89 13.57 413 13.57 13.00 +.51 -1.7 KaziaTh rs Q KZIA 6.68 1.63 10 3.49 50 3.93 3.47 -.11 +9.7 KeanGrp n N FRAC 19.83 11.90 796 14.07 7949 14.40 13.35 +.84 -26.0 KearnyF s Q KRNY .16f 1.2 53 15.60 12.75 247 13.80 1721 14.40 13.30 +.50 -4.5sKellogg N K 2.24f 3.1 18 72.26 56.40 3627 72.15 16416 73.24 66.79 +.75 +6.1 KellySA Q KELYA .30 1.2 13 32.31 21.01 123 24.22 613 24.64 23.61 +.19 -11.2 KellySB Q KELYB .30 1.4 12 34.30 20.95 0 22.14 0 22.14 22.12 -1.76 -22.3 KelsoTch g A KIQ .03f 6.4 .96 .24 43 .47 123 .52 .45 -.05 -9.6 Kemet N KEM 5 29.85 13.73 1071 25.26 6478 27.00 24.76 -1.53 +67.7 Kemper N 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1009.50 0 1020.00 1 1020.05 1020.00 -6.4 M&TBk pfC N MTBpC 63.75 6.3 1086.00 1010.00 1011.95 0 1011.95 1010.00 -1.11 -1.8 MACOM Q MTSI 62.23 15.46 1244 21.18 5862 22.23 19.04 -.66 -34.9tMAG Slv g A MAG 13.84 9.14 188 9.40 968 9.59 9.14 -.11 -23.9 MAM Soft Q MAMS 19 9.42 6.11 68 7.90 132 8.28 7.77 -.27 +5.2 MB Fncl Q MBFI .96 2.0 20 51.59 38.29 462 48.18 3360 49.30 48.03 -.24 +8.2 MB Fin pfC Q MBFIO .39p 26.48 24.20 10 25.81 93 26.05 25.37 -.21 -1.8 MBIA N MBI 10.97 6.04 663 10.24 6962 10.50 9.49 +.74 +39.9 MBT Fnl Q MBTF .40f 3.5 17 11.60 9.30 20 11.30 79 11.50 11.25 +6.6 MCBC n Q MCFT 16 31.26 16.82 72 24.61 455 25.00 24.30 +.08 +10.8 MDC N MDC 1.20 4.0 11 35.18 26.45 388 30.33 2856 31.60 28.43 +1.40 -4.9 MDC Pr gs Q MDCA .84 15.6 2 12.26 3.80 846 5.40 2803 5.45 4.26 +.15 -44.6 MDU Res N MDU .79 2.8 24 29.62 24.29 887 28.57 6693 29.11 26.25 +.09 +6.3 MEI Phrm Q MEIP 5.14 1.79 184 3.75 1249 3.92 3.61 +.01 +78.6 MER Tel rs Q MTSL 6.45 .99 359 1.93 2288 2.58 1.75 -.52 -8.5 MFA Fncl N MFA .80 10.4 10 8.90 6.72 45387 7.67 62051 8.15 7.67 -.20 -3.2 MFA Fn42 N MFO 2.00 7.8 26.36 25.32 6 25.66 15 25.94 25.66 -.04 -2.7 MFA pfB N MFApB 1.88 7.4 25.89 23.96 6 25.37 34 25.42 25.28 +.09 +.3 MFC Bcp N MFCB 9.62 5.69 2 6.58 9 6.60 6.52 +.07 -15.5tMFS CAMu A CCA .60 5.8 14.00 10.16 11 10.31 43 10.31 10.16 +.08 -10.4 MCR N MCR .72a 9.2 8.75 7.74 125 7.80 508 7.84 7.77 -.02 -8.0 MGF N MGF .41 9.2 4.99 4.45 33 4.46 251 4.48 4.45 -6.9 MFS HInM N CXE .30 6.0 5.51 4.82 54 4.96 364 4.97 4.90 +.03 -5.3 MFS HYMu N CMU .28 6.2 4.89 4.37 88 4.47 363 4.51 4.44 +.02 -3.2 MFS IHI N CIF .25 9.3 3.03 2.46 202 2.67 1322 2.67 2.51 +.15 -9.2tMIN N MIN .42 11.2 4.35 3.76 145 3.78 2846 3.82 3.76 -8.9 MFS InvG N CXH .50 5.5 10.33 9.08 2 9.23 41 9.25 9.16 +.03 -4.9 MMT N MMT .52 9.4 6.29 5.55 167 5.55 623 5.61 5.55 -.04 -8.6 MFM N MFM .38 5.6 7.36 6.41 19 6.80 282 6.88 6.75 -.02 -1.0 MFV N MFV .58 10.4 6.84 5.34 13 5.58 149 5.60 5.45 +.08 -5.7 MGE Engy Q MGEE 1.29 2.0 30 68.10 51.05 61 64.65 349 64.95 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MPLX LP N MPLX 2.51 6.8 34 39.38 31.60 1472 37.09 7630 37.44 35.96 +1.92 +4.6 MRC Glbl N MRC 22 22.98 14.01 1191 20.50 6143 22.96 20.50 -1.45 +21.2sMSA Safety N MSA 1.52 1.6 56 101.62 65.95 95 97.12 1077 101.62 96.79 -1.90 +25.3 MSB Fin Q MSBF .87a 4.1 21.95 17.10 4 21.15 8 21.65 21.15 -.40 +18.8 MSC Ind N MSM 2.32 2.8 15 99.94 65.42 380 83.30 2473 85.17 82.61 -.13 -13.8 MSCI Inc N MSCI 1.52 .9 45 176.88 106.13 721 166.82 4243 173.26 162.81 -4.75 +31.8 MSG Netw N MSGN 10 26.30 16.25 232 23.15 1548 23.65 22.45 +.30 +14.3 MTGE Inv Q MTGE 2.00 10.1 6 20.20 16.15 117 19.90 1087 20.08 19.77 +.05 +7.6 MTGE pfA Q MTGEP 2.03 7.9 27.42 25.00 0 25.71 6 25.74 25.60 -.01 -1.5 MTS Q MTSC 1.20 2.2 15 57.50 42.00 43 53.60 372 54.95 52.70 +.75 -.2 MTchAcq n Q MTEC 11.80 9.17 10.20 0 10.20 10.20 +.40 +6.0 MTchAc un Q MTECU 11.48 9.94 10.95 7 10.95 10.95 +.46 +8.7 MV OilTr N MVO .76e 7.6 8 12.21 4.80 20 9.98 189 10.90 9.80 -.50 +18.8 MVB Fin n Q MVBF .10 .6 20.40 15.40 1 16.67 27 17.87 16.06 -.03 -17.1 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6191 38.45 24522 38.79 36.11 +2.23 -9.1 MyndAn wt Q MYNDW 1.00 .30 .43 -8.5 MyndAn n Q MYND 5.05 1.15 121 1.35 17422 2.78 1.24 -.04 -60.3 MyoKard n Q MYOK 62.83 14.80 261 56.15 1241 60.25 53.70 -.20 +33.4 Myomo n A MYO 11.40 2.07 151 2.29 984 2.53 2.20 -.01 -38.9 Myovant n N MYOV 25.54 9.92 73 20.80 490 21.26 19.18 +1.32 +64.6sMyriadG Q MYGN 21 44.52 23.47 387 44.00 3643 44.52 41.80 +1.43 +28.1N -:NBT Bcp Q NBTB 1.00 2.5 18 41.88 31.28 42 39.67 518 41.67 39.61 -1.39 +7.8 NCI BldSy N NCS 17 23.35 13.05 934 15.55 3228 16.10 15.26 +.10 -19.4 NCR Corp N NCR 25 39.14 26.00 1598 27.92 8818 28.35 26.58 -.29 -17.9 NCS Mltst n Q NCSM 24.85 12.57 61 15.69 316 16.39 15.53 +.07 +6.4 NETgear Q NTGR 78.30 44.10 817 65.70 3471 69.25 63.00 -3.55 +11.8 NF EngSv Q NFEC 5.72 .76 86 4.83 935 5.28 3.75 -.46 +397.9 NGL EnPt N NGL 1.56 12.3 17.65 8.58 722 12.65 3262 13.05 11.90 +.75 -10.0 NGL En pfB N NGLpB 2.25 9.1 25.56 23.10 18 24.77 76 24.80 24.30 +.33 +1.5 NI Hldg n Q NODK 18.62 15.72 5 16.53 51 16.75 16.40 -.04 -2.7 NIC Inc Q EGOV .32 2.0 20 18.90 12.65 471 15.95 2882 17.25 15.75 -.10 -3.9 NICE Ltd Q NICE .64 .6 36 116.05 73.65 244 111.59 1180 115.02 108.00 -2.91 +21.4sNII Hldg n Q NIHD 7.29 .22 1247 6.31 13985 7.29 5.13 +.90 +1388.2 NL Inds N NL 6 16.05 6.90 13 8.65 60 8.90 8.45 +.20 -39.3 nLIGHT n Q LASR 43.63 22.14 212 30.68 2746 39.77 28.27 -7.78 +13.8sNMI Hldg h Q NMIH 16 22.50 10.10 620 21.70 3707 22.50 19.01 +1.00 +27.6 NN Inc Q NNBR .28 1.3 21 32.90 18.05 225 21.00 1150 21.60 19.10 +2.00 -23.9 NRG Egy N NRG .12 .4 53 35.17 22.90 5892 32.61 25407 32.95 30.72 +1.06 +14.5 NRG Yld A N NYLD/A 1.12f 6.1 37 19.91 15.30 173 18.30 960 19.12 17.93 +.31 -2.9 NRG Yld C N NYLD 1.28f 7.0 25 20.15 15.55 686 18.30 3011 19.25 18.03 +.25 -3.2 NTN Buzz rs A NTN 8.40 3.01 9 4.57 18 4.98 4.28 +.22 +8.5sNV5 Global Q NVEE 33 78.35 40.01 184 85.00 485 85.90 73.20 +11.25 +57.0 NVE Corp Q NVEC 4.00 3.7 41 135.00 68.50 20 108.90 141 111.84 103.01 +2.29 +26.6 NVR N NVR 17 3700.00 2584.29 30 2690.61 165 2827.99 2683.00 -116.46 -23.3 nVent El n N NVT 28.93 21.00 917 28.06 11751 28.18 26.68 +1.32 +23.5 NXP Semi Q NXPI 35 125.93 90.25 7013 95.92 49431 96.09 94.23 +.95 -18.1 Nabors N NBR .24 3.6 8.87 5.32 16123 6.71 73385 6.85 5.84 +.70 -1.8 Nabriva n Q NBRV 14.10 2.38 725 2.51 4182 2.73 2.46 -58.0 NACCO N NC .66 1.8 4 92.60 23.80 13 36.20 70 37.45 32.40 +4.20 -3.9 NamTai N NTP .28 2.7 39 13.90 9.30 30 10.55 99 10.80 10.15 -15.9 NanoDim n Q NNDM 5.99 1.21 306 2.13 641 2.20 1.92 +.19 -30.6 NanoString Q NSTG 16.75 5.87 112 12.34 811 12.54 11.12 +.84 +65.2 NanoVib n Q NAOV 5.00 3.68 12 4.62 47 4.86 4.38 +.10 -1.2 NanoViric A NNVC 1.51 .36 22 .40 244 .42 .37 +.01 -54.5 Nanomtr Q NANO 33 44.17 22.08 988 42.27 3088 42.45 35.96 +5.38 +69.6 NantHlth n Q NH 5.26 2.60 30 3.14 225 3.28 3.07 +3.0 NantKwst n Q NK 6.83 2.66 53 3.19 720 3.70 3.04 -.34 -29.0 Napco Q NSSC 44 17.45 7.40 61 16.10 291 16.25 15.19 +.80 +84.0 Nasdaq Q NDAQ 1.76 1.9 23 96.19 71.65 586 91.49 4881 95.82 90.57 -4.19 +19.1sNatera n Q NTRA 25.63 7.78 297 23.64 2305 25.63 22.23 +.77 +163.0 Nathans s Q NATH 1.00a 1.1 56 107.05 52.90 29 88.80 78 99.80 87.85 -9.35 +17.6 NatAmUnv Q NAUH .18 19.6 2.32 .76 1 .92 28 1.00 .91 -.03 -35.2 NatBkHldg N NBHC .56f 1.4 29 40.98 30.25 71 40.31 468 40.89 39.18 +.27 +24.3 NatlBnksh Q NKSH 1.19e 2.6 23 49.75 36.75 3 46.10 24 47.60 46.10 -.30 +1.4 NatlBevrg Q FIZZ 1.50e 33 129.82 83.78 211 107.30 904 108.26 102.13 +3.11 +10.1 NatCineM Q NCMI .68 8.3 8.88 5.09 285 8.23 2690 8.40 8.00 -.02 +20.0 NatlCmce n Q NCOM 21 48.60 38.03 39 43.50 300 45.55 42.95 -2.00 +8.1sNatEnrSv n Q NESR 11.73 9.51 0 11.25 15 11.73 10.97 +.09 +13.1 NatFuGas N NFG 1.70f 3.2 16 59.90 48.31 820 53.11 3252 55.34 52.05 +.09 -3.3sNatGenHld Q NGHC .16 .6 28 28.11 16.21 109 27.47 704 28.11 26.24 +.26 +39.9 NatGnH pfA Q NGHCP 1.88 7.5 26.36 22.77 1 25.12 5 25.21 24.99 +.05 -.6 NatGnH pfB Q NGHCO 1.88 7.5 26.62 22.02 7 25.06 56 25.32 24.97 -.14 NatGnH pfC Q NGHCN 1.88 7.5 26.10 23.13 10 25.14 58 25.23 24.95 -.00 +.4 NatGnH 55 Q NGHCZ 1.91 7.4 26.38 23.80 2 25.79 7 25.99 25.70 +.16 +1.5 NatGrid N NGG 2.89e 5.4 65.60 51.44 268 53.16 2148 54.29 52.42 -1.34 -9.6 NtHlthInv N NHI 4.00 5.3 18 81.60 62.71 96 76.16 844 76.46 72.84 +2.87 +1.0sNHltcre A NHC 1.92f 2.7 27 73.25 57.00 19 72.14 188 73.41 69.62 +1.71 +18.4 NatlHld rs Q NHLD 6.26 2.08 1 3.21 32 3.38 3.06 +.02 -2.7 NatInstrm Q NATI .92 2.1 55 53.57 38.70 474 44.41 4429 44.71 43.20 +.41 +6.7sNOilVarco N NOV .20 .4 49.08 29.90 2981 47.03 28578 49.08 46.62 +.12 +30.6 NatPresto N NPK 1.00a .8 17 136.65 88.80 22 125.70 171 127.80 117.11 +8.10 +26.4 NatResrch Q NRC .68f 1.8 73 41.99 26.35 18 37.45 212 38.03 36.46 +.70 +.4sNatRetPrp N NNN 2.00f 4.4 21 45.32 36.25 1435 45.76 9149 45.95 43.63 +1.77 +6.1 NRetP pfE N NNNpE 1.43 5.7 26.38 23.40 8 24.84 61 25.28 24.64 -.40 -2.8 NtRetP pfF N NNNpF 1.30 5.5 25.58 21.97 12 23.77 112 24.44 23.76 -.53 -5.3 NSecGrp Q NSEC .20 1.2 11 18.17 11.53 6 16.78 6 17.00 16.00 +.83 +2.6 NatlStor n N NSA 1.16f 4.0 100 32.28 21.17 233 28.86 1799 29.01 28.25 +.49 +5.9 NtStorAf pfA N NSApA 26.30 23.57 5 24.97 168 25.03 24.96 -.03 -4.1 NatlVis n Q EYE 43.80 27.19 1351 41.03 7583 41.21 39.60 +1.73 +1.0 NatWstnLf Q NWLI .36 .1 12 368.00 276.00 6 326.63 40 335.00 319.00 +4.17 -1.3 Nationstar N NSM 7 20.71 15.95 18.27 2311 19.88 17.34 -.30 -1.2 NatxIntV n N MVIN 47.10 43.04 2 44.65 6 44.93 44.65 +.04 +.2 NaturlAlt Q NAII 9 12.15 9.15 2 10.10 11 10.25 10.10 -.05 -1.9tNatGsSvcs N NGS 65 29.55 21.45 21 22.15 139 22.55 21.45 +.10 -15.5sNatrlGroc N NGVC 53 17.46 4.79 1401 17.35 2430 17.95 12.27 +2.83 +94.3 NatHlTr n Q NHTC .56f 2.4 6 26.11 14.15 90 23.55 390 24.85 23.19 +.20 +55.0 NatRsPt rs N NRP 1.80 5.7 9 37.70 22.81 19 31.55 74 32.20 31.25 -.05 +21.3tNaturesSun Q NATR .40 4.7 13.80 7.55 29 8.50 121 8.55 7.55 +.30 -26.4 NatusMed Q BABY 53 43.60 28.00 123 36.40 1462 37.30 34.10 +1.85 -4.7 Natuzzi N NTZ 2.74 1.41 0 1.50 2 1.58 1.47 -.03 -6.3 Nautilus N NLS 16 17.75 11.30 235 14.10 1559 14.75 13.63 +.15 +5.6tNavideaBio A NAVB .68 .15 310 .16 2214 .18 .15 -.01 -56.3 Nav43 Q JSM 1.50 6.8 25.00 20.21 4 21.98 33 22.50 21.91 -.44 -7.5 Navient Q NAVI .64 4.8 7 15.61 11.48 1339 13.21 8454 13.52 13.06 -.08 -.8sNavigCons N NCI 21 25.85 14.62 655 23.28 2465 25.85 21.01 +2.08 +19.9 NavigatrH N NVGS 13.55 9.25 81 12.40 375 12.80 12.15 +.20 +25.9 NavgGp s Q NAVG .28 .5 20 61.74 45.80 40 59.40 313 60.80 59.00 -.30 +22.0 NaviosAcq N NNA .08 13.7 1.45 .53 30 .59 458 .62 .57 +.00 -47.3 Navios pfG N NMpG 2.19 15.3 19.99 10.18 1 14.33 6 15.00 14.18 -.67 -11.6 Navios N NM 1.90 .68 182 .87 1117 .88 .82 +.01 -27.9 NavMH pfH N NMpH 2.16 14.4 18.89 10.27 4 14.99 9 14.99 13.70 +.41 -8.1 NavMMid N NAP 2.00f 58.3 10.70 3.25 60 3.43 538 3.70 3.41 +.03 -64.0 NaviosMar N NMM .08 3.9 7 2.62 1.61 265 2.06 1500 2.10 1.96 +.05 -12.7 Navistar N NAV 27 47.73 29.53 277 41.83 3064 43.33 40.21 -.77 -2.4 Navistr pfD N NAVpD 26.60 9.50 24.00 1 24.00 24.00 -.23 +40.4sNebulaAc n Q NEBU 9.68 9.65 1 9.70 1 9.70 9.70 +.02 +.5 NebulaA un Q NEBUU 10.15 9.96 0 10.12 3 10.12 10.07 +.05 +1.0 NeenahP N NP 1.64 1.8 20 95.40 75.50 49 89.40 337 89.60 86.35 +2.05 -1.4 NektarTh Q NKTR 111.36 17.51 1142 53.94 13465 54.67 48.81 +3.41 -9.7 Nelnet N NNI .64 1.1 13 64.00 43.92 27 58.65 186 59.84 57.81 -.20 +7.1 Nemaura n Q NMRD 6.80 2.08 19 2.50 348 3.00 2.09 +.27 -56.5 Neogen s Q NEOG 67 84.77 48.40 156 81.51 860 83.72 79.85 +.49 +32.2 NeoGenom Q NEO 14.61 7.08 473 14.40 1852 14.49 13.76 +.59 +62.5 NeonTh n Q NTGN 16.23 10.21 62 11.21 150 11.83 10.63 -.61 -25.3 Neonode Q NEON 1.42 .30 70 .36 258 .40 .34 -.01 -51.5 NeoPhoton N NPTN 8.72 4.56 657 6.63 3346 6.79 6.24 -.16 +.8tNeosTher n Q NEOS 13.15 5.30 110 5.60 1178 6.05 5.30 -.15 -45.1 Neovasc g Q NVCN 1.89 .03 6836 .03 38833 .04 .03 -94.3 NeptuneT g Q NEPT 6 4.46 .70 204 2.78 1980 2.99 2.71 -.16 +17.8 Net1UEPS Q UEPS 8 13.20 8.05 145 9.15 985 9.66 9.09 -.22 -23.0 NetElem rs Q NETE 33.51 2.56 100 7.02 287 7.37 6.75 -.24 -37.0 NetApp Q NTAP 1.60f 2.0 31 83.14 37.55 2008 81.68 13851 81.75 76.52 +2.23 +47.7 NetEase Q NTES 2.16e .8 9 377.64 222.32 528 258.13 2894 265.60 249.81 -6.78 -25.2 Netflix s Q NFLX 423.21 164.23 8836 343.09 57271 352.03 328.00 -12.12 +78.7tNetlist h Q NLST 1.22 .12 3462 .11 8929 .15 .10 -.03 -63.6 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 13 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 4, 2018

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NtScout Q NTCT 24 34.95 23.15 537 26.15 5392 28.40 25.90 -1.20 -14.1 Netshoes n N NETS 20.72 1.84 51 2.61 427 2.61 2.31 +.10 -67.0 NetSolTch Q NTWK 33 6.60 3.09 16 5.85 105 5.99 5.60 +.15 +24.2 Netw1Tch A NTIP .10 3.6 8 4.60 2.25 5 2.75 62 2.85 2.75 -.10 +14.6tNBCAInt A NBW .74 5.9 14.61 12.48 20 12.55 97 12.61 12.48 +.03 -7.7 NeuB HYld A NHS .96 8.8 12.35 10.76 44 10.90 396 10.92 10.78 +.04 -7.3tNBIntMu A NBH .90 6.7 15.90 13.37 81 13.50 277 13.55 13.37 +.05 -8.7 NBNYInt A NBO .58 5.0 13.06 11.41 3 11.57 41 11.62 11.48 -.05 -4.9 NBRESec A NRO .36 6.9 5.70 4.29 140 5.18 1203 5.20 5.10 +.05 -6.3 Neuralst rs Q CUR 3.09 .88 85 1.15 322 1.21 1.10 +.04 -33.1 NeuM wt rs Q NUROW .12 .02 .06 +57.9 NeurMx rs Q NURO 2.96 1.11 91 1.21 313 1.22 1.14 +.06 -30.0sNeurcrine Q NBIX 117.91 47.00 556 116.01 8050 117.91 97.19 +8.78 +49.5tNeuronet n Q STIM 29.84 23.96 24 24.60 321 27.05 23.95 -1.10 -11.4 Neurotrpe h Q NTRP 11.93 3.40 20 10.06 99 10.35 9.64 -.29 +43.0 NevGCas A UWN 24 2.86 1.80 8 2.15 295 2.18 1.99 +.10 -19.5 NevroCorp N NVRO 94.34 35.41 819 58.94 4463 60.22 54.82 +3.08 -14.6 Nevsun g A NSU .04 1.1 3.86 1.96 626 3.67 3254 3.75 3.64 -.04 +50.4 NewAgeB n Q NBEV 5.14 1.56 374 1.89 1558 2.23 1.86 -.26 -12.9 NewAmHi N HYB .78a 9.2 10.20 8.35 88 8.46 406 8.48 8.37 +.01 -10.0 NewConcEn A GBR 51 12.75 1.16 92 2.56 1259 3.09 2.40 +.01 +64.2 NE Realty A NEN 1.00 1.5 2 75.25 65.00 67.00 1 67.00 67.00 -8.7tNwGold g A NGD 4.25 1.18 4806 1.32 26762 1.33 1.18 +.06 -59.9 NewHome N NWHM 9 13.55 8.72 67 8.99 345 9.45 8.72 +.21 -28.3tNwIreland N IRL 2.15e 1.4 14.17 11.04 16 11.10 104 11.30 11.04 -.21 -11.4 NJ Rscs s N NJR 1.09 2.4 15 47.60 35.55 184 45.75 2468 46.45 44.85 +.50 +13.8tNewLink Q NLNK 19.30 2.90 832 3.03 4018 3.94 2.90 -.87 -62.6 NewMedia N NEWM 1.48 9.0 29 19.10 13.10 721 16.45 3634 18.06 15.96 -1.59 -2.0 NwMtnFin N NMFC 1.36 9.6 10 14.70 12.05 325 14.10 1054 14.30 14.00 -.15 +4.1 NewOriEd N EDU .40e 41 108.40 74.66 1751 85.24 10998 90.11 82.10 -4.43 -9.3 NewRelic N NEWR 114.78 42.69 606 100.67 4970 105.35 96.62 -4.65 +74.3 NewResid N NRZ 2.00 11.1 6 18.74 15.24 1896 17.96 21444 18.09 17.72 +.18 +.4 NewSenInv N SNR 1.04 14.5 13 10.47 6.77 328 7.16 1814 7.17 6.90 +.20 -5.3 NY&Co N NWY 5.55 1.40 290 4.70 1643 4.96 4.63 -.14 +64.3 NY CmtyB N NYCB .68 6.3 12 14.53 10.40 4057 10.73 26133 10.87 10.61 +.02 -17.6 NY Cmt pfA N NYCBpA 30.39 26.12 33 26.80 100 26.92 26.65 +.01 -6.3 NYCmty un N NYCBpU 3.00 6.1 56.99 48.75 49 49.50 64 50.00 49.40 -.12 -2.4 NYMtgTr Q NYMT .80 12.5 9 6.54 5.35 4481 6.38 9075 6.54 6.11 +.26 +3.4 NYMtT pfB Q NYMTP 1.94 8.0 26.00 18.66 2 24.28 18 24.45 24.04 +.03 -4.1 NYMtT pfC Q NYMTO 1.97 8.1 25.56 22.97 11 24.29 25 24.49 24.17 -.02 -.8 NYMtgT pfD Q NYMTN 2.00 8.4 25.27 22.53 74 23.89 115 24.12 23.79 -.01 -3.2 NY REIT rs N NYRT 4.85c 19.63 15.04 59 18.24 315 18.47 17.99 +.11 NY Times N NYT .16 .7 26.85 16.95 986 24.20 15163 24.80 23.71 +.20 +30.8 NewatrTc n Q NEWA 28.20 7.60 26 17.17 155 18.29 16.53 -1.02 +82.9 NewellRub N NWL .92f 3.5 5 53.10 22.60 5422 26.57 27540 27.04 25.98 +.54 -14.0 NewfldExp N NFX 14 35.20 22.72 3098 27.50 18589 29.13 26.82 -.05 -12.8tNewmrkGp Q NMRK 15.62 13.02 101 13.18 974 14.28 13.02 -1.03 -8.3 NewMarket N NEU 7.00 1.7 21 464.57 358.33 15 405.23 157 413.00 399.24 -1.53 +2.0 NewmtM N NEM .56 1.5 27 42.04 34.20 5108 36.46 22278 36.99 36.02 -.43 -2.8 NewpkRes N NR 11.65 7.30 682 10.15 3789 11.05 10.05 -.55 +18.0 NewsCpA Q NWSA .20 1.3 17.29 12.84 1267 15.08 15521 15.13 14.79 +.19 -7.0 NewsCpB Q NWS .20 1.3 17.70 13.10 123 15.30 1005 15.35 15.00 +.20 -7.8sNewtekBsn Q NEWT 1.72e 8.0 21.31 16.01 74 21.40 504 21.43 20.70 +.57 +15.7 Newtek 22 Q NEWTZ 1.88 7.4 27.50 25.47 25.50 0 25.50 25.50 -.18 -3.8 Newtek23 n Q NEWTI 1.56 6.0 25.99 25.00 2 25.82 3 25.90 25.82 -.08 +2.9 NexGen g A NXE 2.85 1.65 415 2.07 1494 2.16 1.92 +.09 -19.1 Nexeo Sol Q NXEO 11.14 6.74 158 9.08 1302 9.27 8.92 -.10 -.2 Nexeo un Q NXEOU 13.00 6.12 9.25 0 9.25 9.25 -.50 -3.8 NexPtCr rs N NHF 2.40m 10.6 25.64 21.33 75 22.73 376 22.85 22.40 +.21 -10.1sNxPtRsT n N NXRT 1.00 3.2 10 31.22 22.84 89 31.40 592 31.66 27.48 +3.74 +12.4 NexstarM Q NXST 1.50 2.0 7 89.75 56.65 330 73.45 2186 75.05 72.15 -.58 -6.1 NextDec n Q NEXT 10.80 3.95 3 6.28 71 6.50 6.17 -.21 -24.5 NxtEraLP N NEP 1.57f 3.3 33 48.75 36.42 102 47.12 832 47.47 46.08 +.20 +9.3 NextEra 72 N NEEpI 1.28 5.1 25.70 23.17 8 25.07 59 25.09 24.87 -.01 +.4 NextEra 73 N NEEpJ 1.25 5.0 25.61 22.88 16 24.77 48 24.90 24.61 -.05 -.8 NextEra76 N NEEpK 25.98 23.62 25 24.93 131 25.08 24.80 -.17 -2.5sNxtEra pfQ N NEEpQ 3.19 4.2 76.14 65.79 1 76.30 793 76.30 73.88 +2.05 +9.7sNextEraEn N NEE 4.44 2.6 13 171.50 144.70 1296 171.15 8719 171.93 165.45 +4.17 +9.6 NxtEra pfR N NEEpR 59.70 53.67 263 58.30 1208 58.65 56.56 +.43 +3.7 NiSource s N NI .78 2.9 33 27.76 22.44 2647 26.59 16209 26.67 25.43 +.62 +3.6 NiaM pfB N NMKpB 3.60 3.8 104.75 93.00 94.01 0 -2.2 NichFncl h Q NICK 23 10.70 7.59 12 9.55 51 10.05 9.01 +.46 +8.5 NicoletBc n Q NCBS 15 61.98 51.21 11 54.69 48 56.81 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8.87 +.13 -11.7 NuvREAst N JRI 1.49a 9.2 19.00 15.75 145 16.24 468 16.47 16.13 -.16 -8.8 NuvEqtP N BXMX 1.00 7.0 14.57 13.00 100 14.32 671 14.49 14.31 -.09 +.5 NEqPrmG N SPXX 1.04 6.1 19.88 14.92 44 17.00 219 17.04 16.65 +.20 -1.8 NvSMM N NIM .31a 3.2 10.55 9.49 16 9.77 64 9.81 9.73 -1.9 NSTFI N NXP .55a 3.9 15.16 13.85 17 14.20 120 14.44 14.15 +.03 -2.9 NSTFI2 N NXQ .53a 3.9 14.33 13.28 17 13.73 95 13.86 13.68 +.04 -1.5 NSTFI3 N NXR .55a 3.8 15.69 14.04 9 14.61 62 14.70 14.50 +.06 -3.9 NuvSnIn N NSL .42 6.8 6.87 6.10 77 6.15 563 6.17 6.12 -5.5 NuShDCrd N JSD 1.16a 6.9 17.85 16.45 43 16.90 237 16.92 16.59 +.21 +1.6 Nv TA Div N JTD 1.23 7.2 18.44 15.66 24 17.19 462 17.62 17.10 +.10 -2.2 NvTxATR N JTA 1.04 7.6 14.69 12.50 31 13.62 141 13.70 13.50 +.05 -2.4 NTXQI N NTX .65 5.1 14.94 12.42 5 12.79 59 12.83 12.73 -10.8 NVAPI N NPV .65a 5.3 13.46 12.08 13 12.37 110 12.51 12.19 +.07 -3.5 NuverEnv n A NES 26.50 9.00 51 10.45 88 12.07 9.80 -.60 -42.5 Nvidia Q NVDA .60 .2 47 269.20 152.91 5352 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+2.1sOReillyAu Q ORLY 21 310.11 186.82 612 311.88 3339 312.99 299.00 +11.44 +29.7 OSI Sys Q OSIS 70 96.64 50.50 56 78.91 475 79.78 76.69 +1.81 +22.6 OakVlyBcp Q OVLY .26e 1.2 19 25.65 14.55 9 21.35 59 22.59 21.35 -.80 +9.3 OaktreeC N OAK 3.59e 8.7 12 48.50 38.80 265 41.35 1796 42.63 41.15 -.15 -1.8 OaktrSpL Q OCSL .38 7.6 5.91 4.17 522 5.01 1900 5.03 4.75 +.23 +2.5 OaktrSp28 Q OCSLL 1.53 6.2 25.77 24.01 5 24.62 17 24.73 24.40 +.19 -2.3 OaktStInco Q OCSI .56e 6.5 11 9.06 7.03 37 8.60 220 8.60 8.31 +.19 +2.4sOasisMid n N OMP 1.57 7.4 20.56 15.57 31 21.25 139 21.25 19.40 +1.85 +21.8 OasisPet N OAS 13.87 6.69 5046 12.26 29468 12.47 11.59 +.35 +45.8 OasmiaPh n Q OASM .02p 3.17 .80 13 1.51 177 1.71 1.38 +71.6tObalonT n Q OBLN 10.40 1.46 103 1.63 642 1.98 1.46 -.23 -75.3 ObsEva n Q OBSV 20.35 6.15 34 13.84 251 14.58 12.86 -.49 +41.8 Obsidian g N OBE 1.44 .82 1555 1.04 6518 1.10 1.02 -.01 -16.1 OcciPet N OXY 3.12f 3.8 87.67 58.44 2791 82.29 18101 84.55 81.84 -1.18 +11.7 OceanBio Q OBCI .05e 5.71 3.26 12 3.52 37 3.71 3.40 -.13 -18.9tOceanPw rs Q OPTT 2.54 .66 57 .69 1093 .76 .66 -.07 -37.3 vjOceanR rs Q ORIG 128.16 20.22 244 27.26 1156 28.65 27.13 -.17 +1.7sOceaneerg N OII .60 2.3 27.66 17.11 973 26.28 8854 27.66 26.09 +.25 +24.3 OceanFst Q OCFC .60 2.1 17 30.90 24.02 170 28.61 1193 30.04 28.50 -1.26 +9.0 Och-Ziff N OZM .87e 42.9 23 3.95 1.88 330 2.03 1783 2.22 1.89 -.19 -18.8 Oclaro Q OCLR 13 10.28 5.61 1302 8.78 7865 8.84 8.46 +.18 +30.3 OconeeFed Q OFED .40 1.5 29 30.49 25.55 0 26.78 16 27.50 26.78 -.18 -6.7 OcularTher Q OCUL 8.28 3.30 197 5.42 1202 5.67 5.23 -.08 +21.8 OcwenFn N OCN 4.84 2.66 1134 4.11 8020 4.15 3.73 +.18 +31.3 OdonateT n Q ODT 32.00 15.15 27 18.85 132 21.32 18.75 -1.40 -24.6 OdysMr rsh Q OMEX 13.75 3.17 8 6.96 123 7.46 6.63 -.35 +84.6 OfficeDpt Q ODP .10 4.0 6 6.26 2.00 4044 2.48 25343 2.58 2.40 -.01 -29.9 OhioValB Q OVBC .84 1.7 31 56.15 29.05 7 49.00 24 50.96 48.05 +.15 +21.3 OhrPhar h Q OHRP 2.18 .18 213 .18 1084 .20 .18 -.01 -90.3tOi SA C N OIBR/C 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-.95 -43.3 Ovid Th n Q OVID 12.44 5.28 17 9.52 164 10.19 9.50 -.11 -3.5 OwensMin N OMI 1.04 5.7 11 32.36 14.26 749 18.28 5318 18.95 17.57 +.68 -3.2 OwensCorn N OC .84 1.4 19 96.52 56.25 803 61.29 8655 63.76 60.60 -1.23 -33.3 OwensIll N OI 22 25.90 16.22 1024 18.72 5440 18.91 18.25 +.15 -15.6 OwensRM A ORM .80f 4.8 11 18.72 13.71 11 16.69 69 17.07 16.58 +4.2 Oxbridge Q OXBR .48 20.9 4 5.95 1.00 4039 2.30 4082 3.00 1.56 +.65 +7.0 OxfordImm Q OXFD 19.51 10.00 130 14.33 975 14.75 11.66 +2.29 +2.6 OxfordInds N OXM 1.36 1.5 22 97.19 57.36 94 91.29 412 93.17 90.20 -.85 +21.4 OxfordLn Q OXLC 1.62 14.4 11.74 9.11 234 11.24 1076 11.33 11.03 +.20 +11.8 Oxford 23pf Q OXLCO 1.88 7.4 25.74 25.14 3 25.40 11 25.43 25.30 -.02 OxfrLn24 pf Q OXLCM 1.69 6.7 25.93 25.05 2 25.36 12 25.68 25.25 -.04 +.6 OxfSqCap Q OXSQ .80 11.4 6 7.48 5.15 182 6.99 1520 7.40 6.87 -.32 +21.8P-Q:P&F Inds Q PFIN .20 2.3 8.88 5.60 1 8.64 5 8.75 8.31 +.15 +3.1sPAM Q PTSI 51 59.66 16.34 17 56.87 123 59.66 48.93 +7.69 +65.2 PB Bncp 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58 10.87 928 10.94 10.84 -.01 +5.5tPHI vtg Q PHII 13.95 8.09 3 8.61 10 9.20 8.09 -.40 -26.4tPHI nv Q PHIIK .20 2.4 13.39 8.11 49 8.28 194 8.80 8.11 -.37 -28.4 PICO Hld s Q PICO 5.00e 14.57 10.38 51 12.05 290 12.40 11.90 -.25 -5.9 PIMCO1-3Tr N TUZ .34a .7 50.80 49.84 3 49.87 27 49.96 49.84 -.03 -.8tPimc1-5Tip N STPZ .53e 1.0 52.52 51.20 72 51.34 244 51.46 51.20 -.07 -1.2 Pim15TIPS N LTPZ .42e .6 69.37 64.47 5 66.11 119 66.73 65.81 -.24 -4.5 PimBrdTIPS N TIPZ .80e 1.4 58.70 56.63 35 56.95 70 57.12 56.70 -.10 -2.2 PimLwDur N LDUR 2.82e 2.0 101.42 99.25 4 99.42 32 99.78 99.35 -.15 -.9 PimcoTR N BOND 6.13e 6.0 107.65 101.92 44 102.79 298 102.92 102.45 -.03 -3.0 Pim0-5HYCp N HYS 5.21e 5.2 101.93 97.52 60 100.23 648 100.52 99.97 -.05 -.2 PimIGBd N CORP 3.12a 3.1 106.25 97.04 17 100.73 126 101.00 100.20 +.02 -4.7 PimShMat N MINT .82e .8 101.87 101.35 506 101.45 3857 101.60 101.39 -.13 -.1 PimIntMu N MUNI 1.26 2.4 54.58 52.31 44 52.71 88 52.96 52.61 -.26 -1.8 PimSTMun N SMMU .47e .9 50.80 49.49 12 49.84 42 50.18 49.69 -.16 Pim25yrZro N ZROZ 3.07e 2.7 124.10 106.57 23 111.71 48 112.36 110.22 -.13 -8.0sPJT Part n N PJT .20 .4 60.82 35.47 97 57.14 1218 60.82 54.96 +.03 +25.3 PLDT Inc N PHI 1.60e 6.3 34.51 21.58 89 25.40 344 25.76 24.83 +.35 -15.6 PLX Phr rs Q PLXP 9.41 3.20 2 3.45 13 3.90 3.25 +.05 -50.1 PNC pfP N PNCpP 1.65 6.0 29.33 26.65 36 27.47 366 27.49 27.18 +.16 -2.9 PNC pfQ N PNCpQ 1.34 5.3 25.79 24.15 39 25.17 93 25.24 25.04 -.06 -.7 PNC N PNC 3.80f 2.6 13 163.59 119.77 2140 145.03 9429 147.23 143.74 +.63 +.5 PNC wt N PNC/WS 89.25 52.70 88.25 +13.5 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 14 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 4, 2018

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s N DDM 50.80 33.53 301 45.79 2250 45.97 44.60 -.03 ProUltMC s N MVV 45.43 32.29 23 44.66 129 44.80 43.13 +1.14 PrUltQQQ s N QLD 98.03 59.61 1071 94.82 7001 94.85 88.88 +2.38 +29.3 ProUltSP s N SSO .40e .3 125.72 89.11 1000 121.17 6789 121.17 117.39 +1.80 +10.7 PrUShCnG N SZK 17.35 12.80 2 14.27 5 14.94 14.27 -.46 +4.9tProShtHY N SJB 23.91 22.80 17 22.79 338 22.89 22.78 -.08 -1.4 Pro20 yrT N UBT 1.13e 1.5 86.90 69.88 1 73.69 42 74.25 72.75 -.04 -11.8 Pro7-10yrT N UST .42e .8 60.83 51.89 5 53.37 31 53.39 52.86 +.10 -7.0 PrUltBio s Q BIB 69.62 48.12 68 64.68 293 66.30 61.23 +1.83 +15.4 ProSShOG N DDG 27.58 20.60 0 21.25 0 21.25 20.79 +.15 -7.5 ProLCCre s N CSM .67e 1.0 71.46 59.79 19 70.13 112 70.13 68.93 +.58 +5.0 ProUltTl s N LTL 53.22 35.57 1 38.35 2 38.70 37.00 +.51 -11.2 ProHdgRep N HDG 46.26 44.03 11 45.37 59 45.67 45.37 -.15 +.1 ProUltEM N EET 114.48 73.70 23 80.04 32 82.46 77.33 -2.09 -14.8 ProRafiLS N RALS .62e 1.7 38.19 35.58 0 36.45 2 36.79 36.45 +.27 -3.1 ProUSL7-10T N PST 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ProUCnsSv s N UCC 99.90 64.24 1 97.38 43 97.38 95.17 -.21 +19.6 PrUCnsGd s N UGE 52.04 37.81 43.87 4 43.87 42.78 +.24 -10.5 ProUBasM N UYM .15e .2 82.75 56.75 13 70.43 26 72.60 68.42 -1.58 -4.9 PrUlPR2K s N URTY 109.05 56.50 84 101.53 545 104.00 97.72 +1.63 +23.3 PUltM400 s N UMDD .03e 134.39 80.45 0 128.00 3 128.00 122.00 +4.47 +9.6 ProUltSC s N SAA 125.00 75.95 0 122.86 6 124.41 119.49 +1.49 +22.0 ProUPD30 s N UDOW 116.82 62.61 593 97.23 2963 97.84 93.48 -.10 +3.1 PrUltPQ s Q TQQQ 68.81 34.13 9005 65.33 53568 65.39 59.32 +2.39 +41.3 ProUlR2K s N UWM 86.27 54.70 131 82.39 575 83.73 80.31 +.96 +16.6 ProSht20Tr N TBF 23.81 21.58 106 23.06 1402 23.28 22.98 +.03 +5.4 PUltSP500 s N UPRO 57.48 34.35 2751 53.17 13970 53.18 50.71 +1.15 ProUChin50 N XPP 113.86 65.48 7 67.88 30 72.96 66.18 -4.11 -19.1 PrUSSilv s N ZSL 38.40 27.80 10 37.53 42 38.15 36.75 +.33 +19.5 PUVixST rs N UVXY 45.62 8.52 24015 9.06 138271 10.15 8.91 -.51 -11.3 ProVixST rs N VIXY 46.84 21.24 1583 24.99 8095 26.95 24.72 -.90 +7.9 PS ShCrd rs N OILD 99.92 31.56 35.52 PS Crde n N OILU 64.70 18.52 298 52.03 1500 56.48 49.16 -.85 +39.8 PrUCrude rs N UCO 34.79 14.48 1657 30.56 8599 32.23 29.39 -.29 +30.4 PrUltYen rs N YCL 65.77 55.52 0 56.90 5 57.43 56.34 -.29 -1.0 PVixMTFut N VIXM 28.24 19.88 13 21.42 69 22.01 21.22 -.24 +1.3 PrUltSilv N AGQ 39.51 26.51 76 27.06 409 27.71 26.58 -.26 -20.1 PrUltShN s N KOLD 52.12 30.06 21 39.74 85 42.50 39.31 -1.91 +.2sProUShGld N GLL 81.55 63.08 16 80.50 56 81.55 78.64 +1.18 +16.5 PrSUShAus N CROC 51.30 42.20 49.83 5 50.79 49.83 -.32 +9.0 PrUltShYen N YCS 76.95 64.93 4 74.47 22 75.41 74.05 +.41 -.7tProSUltGold N UGL 44.38 33.93 36 34.25 246 35.04 33.93 -.57 -15.8 ProShtVx s N SVXY 139.47 9.53 7176 13.98 46617 14.07 13.48 +.23 -89.1 PrUShCrd s N SCO 42.33 14.69 1564 16.30 9166 16.99 15.52 +.05 -33.6 ProShtEuro N EUFX 42.23 38.37 41.69 1 41.74 41.69 +4.3tProUltEuro N ULE 18.97 15.76 12 15.73 37 16.11 15.70 -.26 -9.9sProUShEuro N EUO 23.33 19.46 155 23.28 374 23.35 22.69 +.35 +9.8 ProctGam N PG 2.87 3.5 22 94.67 70.73 7102 82.33 42442 83.10 79.43 +1.75 -10.4 ProDvrs h rs Q IPDN 6.74 2.45 1 3.03 16 3.44 3.03 -.14 -25.9 ProfirEng Q PFIE 1 5.30 1.23 403 3.55 1434 3.64 3.27 +.16 +84.9sPrognicsPh Q PGNX 9.12 4.60 3224 9.18 17573 9.29 7.37 +1.52 +54.3 ProgrsSoft Q PRGS .56 1.5 32 53.60 31.17 226 37.51 1921 38.71 36.17 -.70 -11.9 ProgsvCp N PGR .69e 1.1 25 64.77 43.59 3833 61.55 18022 61.78 59.19 +1.68 +9.3 Proofpoint Q PFPT 130.27 82.61 576 115.58 5318 116.87 110.87 -.63 +30.1 ProsHldg N PRO 41.10 21.36 149 37.41 842 39.15 36.80 -1.60 +41.4 ProShtQQQ N PSQ 39.66 29.80 801 30.28 7027 31.25 30.27 -.39 -14.9 ProShSP rs N SH 33.54 28.00 1638 28.11 10650 28.56 28.10 -.19 -6.9 PrUShSP rs N SDS 50.76 34.82 3275 35.04 20666 36.17 35.04 -.52 -14.6 PUShtMdC N MZZ 24.14 16.21 1 16.43 5 16.90 16.37 -.46 -12.4 PrShRs2K rs N SRTY 49.09 21.71 659 23.07 2976 24.02 22.52 -.44 -28.7 PShtQQQ rs Q SQQQ 30.24 11.82 11273 12.36 92354 13.63 12.35 -.52 -42.5 PrUShD3 rs N SDOW 29.93 15.67 2081 16.24 13047 16.90 16.16 -16.7 PUltShtF rs N FINZ 13.97 6.47 2 7.07 6 7.36 7.00 -.11 -12.8 PrSUlhGM rs N GDXS 16.97 12.07 0 15.92 4 16.06 15.67 +.19 +13.8 ProUShL20 N TBT 39.86 32.99 1890 37.19 9700 37.91 36.94 +.04 +10.1 PrShR2K rs N RWM 48.41 37.50 462 38.34 2882 38.83 38.03 -.23 -9.3tPrUShHC rs N RXD 34.67 24.38 24.51 5 25.33 24.38 -1.05 -18.5 PrUShCnS rs N SCC 30.80 18.60 1 18.99 5 19.35 18.97 +.38 -21.5tPrUShRE rs N SRS 37.33 26.99 43 27.00 149 28.97 26.90 -1.64 -7.6 PUShtR2K N TWM 22.96 13.54 801 14.12 5122 14.50 13.90 -.18 -19.1 PrUShtSC N SDD 21.13 11.83 1 11.96 1 12.27 11.85 -.28 -23.4 PS DecRt n N EMTY 38.59 30.50 1 31.70 7 32.45 31.51 -.36 -5.4 PUShtIndl N SIJ 21.83 14.55 0 15.47 17 15.78 15.18 +.05 -8.1 PS OnlSt n N CLIX 51.84 37.63 7 49.01 84 49.82 47.75 -.72 +24.7 PrShtSmC N SBB 39.75 29.97 0 30.02 6 30.50 30.02 -.51 -12.5 ProS Ris n Q EQRR 51.48 38.13 1 49.71 15 50.25 49.53 -.13 +6.5 PUPShtMC N SMDD 15.02 8.08 1 8.28 6 8.69 8.23 -.02 -17.4 PrSh K1 n N OILK 27.25 17.91 86 25.47 229 26.08 25.04 -.03 +17.6 PUShtEur N EPV 35.75 26.83 11 30.83 39 31.16 29.58 +.57 -.5 PUShtJpn N EWV 33.15 22.75 1 26.81 12 26.82 26.00 +.90 +1.4 ProSPDvA N NOBL 1.00e 1.5 67.98 57.27 148 65.35 1643 65.45 64.46 +.45 +2.0 PrUlNBio rs Q UBIO 46.35 25.80 32 39.72 303 41.01 36.75 +1.56 +18.1 PUltShEafe N EFU 26.55 19.90 0 23.35 3 23.35 22.69 +.56 +2.4tPrUGMin rs N GDXX 50.96 33.00 3 33.06 13 33.84 33.00 -.71 -21.4 PrUltBra rs N UBR 107.88 44.12 3 64.08 9 64.08 58.00 +2.55 -18.0 PrSht20yTr N TTT 31.13 25.65 90 27.93 515 28.74 27.66 +.04 +5.0 ProGblInf N TOLZ 1.63e 3.8 44.51 39.30 61 43.08 140 43.08 42.28 +.45 +.5 PUltShOG N DUG 53.46 28.56 35 30.94 251 31.25 29.23 +.93 -16.4 PrGPrEq bt A PEX 1.53e 4.1 43.52 34.68 1 37.21 13 37.35 37.02 +.13 +3.9 ProEurDiv N EUDV .15p 44.13 39.91 0 42.81 2 43.25 42.56 +.21 +2.5 PHYIntH bt A HYHG 3.16 4.7 69.68 65.87 14 67.63 49 68.03 67.47 +.05 +.6 ProSPxTch N SPXT .23p 55.03 48.02 53.94 0 53.94 53.94 +.01 +3.2 ProSPxHC N SPXV .24p 59.33 50.89 58.85 0 58.85 58.85 -.17 +8.1 ProMerger N MRGR .12e .3 36.52 34.73 36.23 68 36.27 36.23 -.17 -.1 ProSPxFin N SPXN .23p 58.08 49.37 58.01 0 58.01 58.01 +.27 +6.9 ProSPxEgy N SPXE .22p 59.30 44.29 58.65 1 59.03 58.36 -.01 +3.9 PrUltPFn N FINU .29e .3 134.30 65.55 12 99.32 116 101.84 94.85 -.50 -5.8 PrIGIntH bt A IGHG 2.15 2.8 78.88 72.76 79 75.49 253 75.61 75.01 +.89 -2.0 ProSht7-10y N TBX 29.77 27.55 5 29.28 64 29.42 29.28 -.05 +3.4sPrSPMCDv N REGL .65e 1.2 56.06 49.97 102 56.50 193 56.52 55.04 +1.23 +3.6 ProSR2KDv N SMDV .47e 58.99 51.18 16 58.12 127 58.74 57.67 +.26 +5.3 PSSTEm bt A EMSH 4.88e 6.5 79.67 73.54 74.84 0 -2.7 ProUltHY N UJB 1.72e 2.6 68.07 62.89 65.23 -.5 PrUShtUtl N SDP 31.15 22.19 7 23.27 24 24.40 23.27 -.73 -7.8 PrUltShtTc N REW 22.03 11.18 6 11.58 53 12.41 11.58 -.44 -29.6 PrUShtFn N SKF 27.17 18.61 24 18.94 193 19.40 18.94 -.19 -9.4 ProUShBio Q BIS 25.21 16.24 21 17.01 181 17.98 16.64 -.55 -22.9 ProMornAlt N ALTS .38e 1.0 39.08 36.94 1 37.97 1 37.97 37.95 +.10 -.1 Pro30BEI N RINF .58e 2.0 29.48 26.85 3 29.32 14 29.39 29.16 +.04 +5.7 ProDivGro N EFAD .70e 1.9 37.52 PS EMkDv N EMDV 64.49 52.24 2 58.01 6 58.46 57.33 -.15 -1.0 ProCdNASh A WYDE 33.50 32.10 0 32.59 1 32.59 32.25 +.35 +.6 ProspctCap Q PSEC .72 10.4 8 8.24 5.51 680 6.91 6580 7.00 6.91 -.01 +2.5tProsCap 24 N PBB 1.56 6.2 26.50 24.96 22 25.00 114 25.09 24.96 -.06 -3.5 ProspBcsh N PB 1.44 2.0 18 79.20 55.84 272 71.09 2034 71.69 69.41 +1.35 +1.5 ProtagTh n Q PTGX 23.97 5.50 94 7.01 448 7.50 6.81 -.13 -66.3 Protalix A PLX .92 .38 724 .49 3114 .52 .48 -.01 -25.4 ProtctInsA Q PTVCA 1.12 4.8 53 24.86 21.31 23.50 1 23.55 23.50 -.10 -3.1 PrtctInsB Q PTVCB 1.12 4.8 53 25.70 21.20 10 23.10 68 25.00 22.65 -.20 -3.5 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 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ProteonTh Q PRTO 2.90 1.25 44 2.15 81 2.30 2.00 -.05 +13.2 Proteos n Q PTI 8.61 1.41 238 2.38 1181 2.55 2.26 -.02 -59.2 Prothena Q PRTA 70.00 10.43 625 13.33 2474 15.09 13.02 -1.56 -64.4 ProtoLabs N PRLB 66 140.20 68.50 71 125.80 776 131.10 119.36 -2.30 +22.1tProvent n Q PRVB 8.00 3.99 85 4.00 448 4.36 3.99 -.35 -16.8 ProvidSv Q PRSC 19 83.90 48.25 49 71.85 288 73.26 69.75 +1.42 +21.1 ProvidBc n Q PVBC 29.60 19.75 6 27.50 33 28.25 26.90 +.85 +4.0 ProvFnH Q PROV .56 3.1 19 20.00 17.62 11 18.31 39 18.90 18.30 -.11 -.5 ProvidFS N PFS .84f 3.3 17 29.12 23.26 257 25.22 1385 26.31 25.19 -1.01 -6.5 PrudntlBcp Q PBIP .20 1.1 93 19.87 16.04 7 18.56 33 19.18 18.52 -.14 +5.5 Prudentl N PRU 3.60 3.6 10 127.14 92.05 1809 99.42 13675 102.20 98.00 +.53 -13.5 PrudFn 52 N PJH 1.44 5.6 26.45 24.90 14 25.70 69 25.77 25.61 -.07 +1.8 PrudtlF 53 N PRH 1.43 5.6 26.41 24.90 19 25.31 106 25.38 25.20 +.11 +.1 PruUK pf N PUKp 1.69 6.4 27.17 25.66 8 26.38 33 26.45 26.15 +.7 PruUK pfA N PUKpA 1.63 6.2 27.21 25.47 9 26.37 41 26.53 26.02 +.16 +1.1tPrud UK N PUK 1.49e 3.3 55.36 45.11 209 45.55 890 47.97 45.11 -1.00 -10.3 PsychmCp Q PMD .72 3.4 20 26.77 15.99 1 21.44 26 21.65 20.55 +.60 +4.3 PSEG N PEG 1.80 3.5 18 54.50 44.54 2202 51.43 16156 51.73 50.01 -.1 PubStrg N PSA 6.80 3.2 23 234.90 180.48 1605 213.98 9333 218.05 201.05 -1.38 +2.4 PubSt pfU N PSApU 1.41 5.6 25.55 24.19 6 25.17 58 25.28 25.06 -.02 +.1 PubSt pfV N PSApV 1.34 5.4 25.67 23.63 8 24.99 60 25.07 24.79 -.14 -.9 PubSt pfW N PSApW 1.30 5.3 25.67 22.92 18 24.62 84 24.93 24.31 -.28 -1.5 PubSt pfX N PSApX 1.30 5.3 25.79 22.93 14 24.61 85 25.01 24.35 -.35 -1.5 PubSt pfY N PSApY 1.59 6.1 27.68 25.72 13 25.95 54 26.00 25.79 -.10 -2.4 PubSt pfZ N PSApZ 1.50 5.8 27.56 25.38 5 25.78 33 26.14 25.72 -.33 -2.5 PubSt pfG N PSApG 25.63 22.49 26 24.68 110 25.00 24.18 -.28 -1.1 PubSt pfF N PSApF 1.29 5.2 25.69 22.00 25 24.68 124 25.04 24.50 -.30 -1.4 PubSt pfE N PSApE 1.23 5.1 25.48 22.29 9 24.06 117 24.36 23.80 -.30 -3.3 PubSt pfD N PSApD 1.24 5.1 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Riv/Doubl n N OPP 19.76 17.12 52 17.53 233 17.54 17.25 +.24 -4.6 RivrvwBcp Q RVSB .14f 1.5 17 9.75 7.56 17 9.10 177 9.30 8.72 +.37 +5.0 RoadrnTrn N RRTS 3 9.75 1.63 595 2.08 2188 2.27 2.02 -.07 -73.0sRobtHalf N RHI 1.12 1.5 28 77.78 42.92 1315 77.23 6178 77.80 75.08 +1.80 +39.1 RocktPh n Q RCKT 24.28 3.56 290 21.21 1405 22.00 19.38 +1.21 +103.2 RockwlAut N ROK 3.68 2.1 27 210.72 155.81 1692 179.48 7958 188.36 178.00 -4.58 -8.6 RockColl N COL 1.32 1.0 21 139.63 105.04 697 136.94 5710 139.23 136.66 -1.67 +1.0 RockwllM Q RMTI 8.70 3.62 164 3.94 955 4.48 3.92 -.35 -32.3sRockyBr Q RCKY .48f 1.6 20 33.45 12.80 90 30.10 773 33.45 25.40 +3.75 +59.3tRkyMChoc Q RMCF .48 4.7 11 12.60 10.20 14 10.20 105 10.45 10.18 -.14 -13.4 RogCm gs N RCI 1.57 13 54.95 43.11 217 51.26 1449 51.35 50.18 +1.20 +.6 Rogers N ROG 36 184.00 105.60 379 127.54 1166 127.71 116.02 +5.66 -21.2 Roku n Q ROKU 58.80 15.75 2986 46.47 19049 47.65 43.41 -1.07 -10.3sRollins s N ROL .56 1.0 70 57.21 42.82 385 56.37 2082 57.21 54.39 +.56 +21.1 Roper N ROP 1.65 .6 31 312.38 226.81 299 295.04 2671 302.22 292.23 -3.80 +13.9 Rosehill n Q ROSE 10.84 5.52 10 8.36 152 9.04 8.26 -.18 +6.4 RosettaStn N RST 17.49 8.71 257 15.37 671 15.59 14.46 -.17 +23.3sRossStrs s Q ROST .90 1.0 23 89.86 52.85 2239 89.05 13918 89.86 85.70 +3.12 +11.0 Rowan N RDC .40 2.9 24 17.33 9.02 2889 13.85 15925 14.95 13.22 -.40 -11.6 RBCda pfT N RYpT 1.69 34.50 27.94 1 32.50 4 33.18 30.15 -1.65 +8.6 RoyalBk g N RY 3.76 87.10 72.61 408 78.11 3022 78.45 77.39 +.69 -4.3 RBScotlnd N RBS 8.74 6.36 902 6.83 3639 6.90 6.56 +.21 -10.6 RBSct prS N RBSpS 1.65 6.4 27.63 25.35 77 25.82 225 25.92 25.57 +.07 +1.5 RylCarb N RCL 2.40 2.1 15 135.65 101.20 2241 112.42 12790 116.62 104.24 +.65 -5.8 RoyDShllB N RDS/B 3.76 5.5 76.99 55.88 2673 68.72 9722 71.90 68.05 -1.92 +.6 RoyDShllA N RDS/A 3.76 5.7 73.86 54.27 2711 66.32 14965 69.32 65.69 -1.71 -.6 RoyGld Q RGLD 1.00 1.2 98.53 78.25 364 83.84 2411 86.12 83.00 -2.17 +2.1 RoyceGVal N RGT .10e 11.73 9.51 32 10.56 191 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-:S&P Glbl N SPGI 2.00 1.0 29 217.31 147.07 1033 198.08 7546 204.81 196.03 -5.78 +16.9 S&T Bcp Q STBA 1.00 2.3 19 46.44 33.92 39 44.40 323 45.77 44.22 -.78 +11.5 S&WSeed Q SANW 4.40 2.90 39 3.10 97 3.25 3.05 -.05 -20.5 SAP SE N SAP 1.31e 1.1 122.74 99.20 449 115.71 4323 119.08 114.79 -3.34 +3.0 SB FinGp Q SBFG .32 1.7 13 20.45 15.61 1 19.22 13 20.18 19.22 -1.04 +3.9 SB OneBc Q SBBX .30f 1.1 23 32.85 19.75 18 28.55 78 29.05 27.00 -.05 +6.3 SBA Com Q SBAC 177.67 134.50 1750 158.49 9908 162.66 155.64 -1.58 -3.0 SCANA N SCG .49m 1.2 10 68.35 33.61 762 42.12 14844 42.41 39.23 +1.19 +5.9 SCE TrV n N SCEpK 29.49 24.70 22 25.61 108 25.77 25.18 +.03 -3.1 SCE II prG N SCEpG 1.28 5.3 25.89 21.93 114 23.96 170 23.97 23.35 -.06 -.9 SCE Tr pfH N SCEpH 1.44 5.4 29.06 25.05 5 26.89 23 27.12 26.76 -.32 -.6 SCETr pfJ N SCEpJ 1.34 5.3 28.15 23.96 9 25.42 65 25.70 25.04 -.29 -1.5 SCE Tr pfL N SCEpL 1.25 5.5 25.77 21.75 27 22.81 127 23.04 22.71 -.20 -5.0 SEI Inv Q SEIC .60f 1.0 20 78.35 55.33 389 59.77 3231 61.00 58.16 -.61 -16.8tSelasLf rs Q SLS 17.40 1.02 316 1.05 2318 1.17 1.02 -.10 -86.6 SG Blck n Q SGBX 7.00 3.75 7 5.05 25 5.30 5.02 -.20 -15.6 SGOCO rs Q SGOC 2.29 .90 0 1.03 39 1.13 1.02 -.04 -2.7 SI Fincl Q SIFI .24 1.7 14 15.75 13.75 13 13.95 107 14.30 13.90 +.01 -5.1sSIGA Tc n Q SIGA 7.89 5.61 139 7.12 822 7.89 7.05 -.28 +20.5 SJW N SJW 1.12a 1.8 22 69.29 51.26 60 63.40 325 65.00 62.51 +.68 -.7 SK Tlcm N SKM 28.97 22.66 760 25.62 2597 25.63 24.33 +1.77 -8.2 SLGreen N SLG 3.25 3.1 37 106.04 89.46 435 104.39 2590 104.44 100.19 +3.62 +3.4 SL Grn pfI N SLGpI 1.63 6.4 26.40 24.94 1 25.51 31 25.68 25.40 +.06 +1.7 SLM Cp Q SLM 16 12.46 9.65 1534 11.24 10828 11.62 11.06 -.29 -.5 SLM Cp pfB Q SLMBP 3.32e 4.7 73.00 62.47 2 71.25 3 71.50 71.04 -.46 +3.6sSM Energy N SM .10 .4 28.63 12.29 2068 28.33 12245 28.90 25.88 +1.78 +28.3 SmartGlb n Q SGH 7 56.69 16.10 344 31.37 2287 32.48 30.23 -.96 -6.9 SMTC hg Q SMTX 3.18 1.12 15 2.56 89 2.65 2.30 +.04 +35.4 SORL Q SORL 4 8.45 3.70 108 5.03 452 5.24 4.88 -.11 -25.1 SP Plus Q SP 23 41.70 32.15 107 39.20 482 41.35 37.80 +1.20 +5.7 SPAR Gp h Q SGRP 3.75 1.00 6 1.23 130 1.28 1.20 -.05 SpdrDJIA N DIA 3.98e 1.6 265.93 215.73 2469 254.39 17970 254.79 251.03 +.13 +2.8tSpdrGold N GLD 129.52 114.42 5952 114.92 29715 116.35 114.42 -.91 -7.1 SpdrStxx50 N FEU 1.24e 3.6 38.51 32.90 99 34.38 149 35.05 34.12 -.31 -4.3 SpdrNoANR N NANR 37.79 31.71 11 35.49 71 36.16 35.20 -.24 +.1 SpdrLwCbn N LOWC 1.69e 1.9 96.40 83.37 9 91.04 11 91.47 90.53 -.05 +1.4 SpdrEuro50 N FEZ 1.18e 3.0 44.23 37.63 3481 39.23 12199 40.19 39.03 -.54 -3.6tSpd MsciCh N XINA 26.62 18.95 0 18.76 9 19.96 18.76 -1.24 -21.6 S&PEAsia N GMF 1.81e 1.8 116.07 94.55 6 100.43 57 101.79 99.01 -1.28 -4.0 Spdr UKS N QGBR 1.33e 2.5 56.39 50.54 2 52.83 76 53.25 52.36 -.67 -1.9 SpdrGermS N QDEU 1.17e 1.9 70.20 57.43 0 62.39 1 62.39 62.39 +.28 -4.8 SpdrJpnS N QJPN .85e 1.1 83.54 73.19 78.03 5 78.98 77.97 -1.50 -.8 SpdrCdaS N QCAN 1.61e 2.7 62.76 56.36 1 60.34 2 60.34 59.60 +.75 -1.3 SpdrEuSmC N SMEZ 1.15e 1.9 69.46 58.47 0 60.24 77 61.05 60.11 -.82 -5.8 S&PChina N GXC 1.31e 1.3 123.91 94.55 61 99.74 461 103.93 98.51 -4.19 -7.0 SpdrWldQu N QWLD 1.30e 1.7 80.30 69.81 1 76.33 1 76.77 76.33 -.75 +1.2 SpdrEMQu N QEMM 1.31e 2.2 69.92 57.91 7 60.62 258 61.43 60.09 -.42 -6.0 SpdrEafeSt N QEFA 1.62e 2.5 68.94 61.33 10 63.92 177 64.86 63.61 -.71 -1.7 SpdrGblDv N WDIV 3.11e 3.8 74.14 66.52 6 69.21 43 69.76 68.74 +.33 -2.3 SpAcwiIMI N ACIM 1.50e 1.9 84.34 72.16 1 79.77 9 80.15 78.86 -.19 +1.2 SpdEMkt s N SPEM 42.47 34.29 1083 36.14 1955 36.76 35.71 -.41 -5.3 SpdrEMDv N EDIV 1.68e 5.3 36.64 29.71 39 31.64 170 32.37 31.31 -.22 -3.7 SpdrGlbNR N GNR .93e 1.9 53.32 43.14 289 50.07 597 50.76 49.47 +.07 +2.0 SpdrDJ RE N RWO 1.57e 3.2 49.41 43.96 216 48.83 881 48.85 47.69 +.97 -.1 SpdrEMSmC N EWX 1.00e 2.1 55.81 46.32 123 47.89 482 48.46 47.56 -.48 -7.9 SpdrIntDiv N DWX 2.22e 5.7 42.92 37.88 41 38.96 626 39.41 38.68 -.16 -5.5 SpdMS xUS N CWI .79e 2.1 42.01 36.21 106 37.68 412 38.13 37.36 -.26 -3.4 SpdrSPGbl N GII 1.63e 3.2 53.74 47.61 582 50.16 618 50.20 49.38 +.15 -3.2 SpdrIntRE N RWX 1.25e 3.2 42.54 37.90 325 39.55 1484 39.83 39.19 +.06 -2.3 SpdrIntlSC N GWX 3.63e 1.4 37.99 33.66 92 34.27 365 34.64 34.08 -.31 -3.4 SpdrWldxUS N SPDW .79e 2.6 33.84 29.33 296 30.80 1894 31.19 30.59 -.27 -2.8 SP Mid N MDY 2.94e .8 366.71 307.28 481 363.96 3951 364.67 357.63 +4.56 +5.4 S&P500ETF N SPY 4.13e 1.5 286.63 241.83 53888 283.60 303013 283.66 279.16 +2.18 +6.3 SpdrRRtn N RLY .44e 1.7 27.62 24.25 7 26.49 72 26.74 26.26 -.04 +.2 SpdrIncAll N INKM 1.08e 3.3 34.66 31.96 2 32.93 10 33.04 32.78 +.12 -2.1 SpdrGblAll N GAL 1.04e 2.6 40.37 35.62 9 38.30 44 38.51 38.05 -.07 +.1 SpdrSenLn N SRLN 1.96 4.2 47.69 46.74 548 47.07 2927 47.25 47.02 -.09 -.2 SpdrUShBd N ULST .16 .4 40.82 40.15 14 40.24 140 40.35 40.23 -.09 +.1 SpdrCreEq N SYE 1.63e 1.3 80.09 68.58 2 78.42 14 78.42 77.29 +.51 +5.1 SpdrDblTac N TOTL 1.17e 49.66 47.11 259 47.29 1122 47.45 47.19 -.08 -2.8 SpdrValEq N SYV 4.21e 1.5 70.61 59.65 4 67.95 20 68.00 67.45 +.41 +2.6 SpdrGroEq N SYG 1.85e .8 86.17 72.40 0 83.28 11 83.28 81.77 +.36 +4.8 SpdrBiot s N XBI .44e .5 101.55 74.25 3200 94.71 20588 96.32 92.82 -.26 +11.6 Spdr Div N SDY 3.80e 1.9 98.29 87.88 286 96.95 1416 97.06 95.36 +1.58 +2.6 SpdrGbDow N DGT 1.52e 1.8 91.75 77.69 1 85.20 3 85.77 84.28 -.05 -.3 SpdrHome N XHB .15e .4 47.20 37.17 1379 39.49 11140 39.78 39.01 +.32 -10.8 SpdrS&PBk N KBE .53e 1.1 52.00 39.61 1388 48.86 7863 49.28 48.00 +.21 +3.2 SpdrS&PCM N KCE .91e 1.6 62.51 47.93 83 57.99 108 59.33 57.74 -1.26 +.1 SpdrS&PIn s N KIE 32.34 27.81 147 31.67 1443 31.87 31.32 +.28 +3.2 Spd LgCap s N SPLG 33.54 28.38 789 33.29 4469 33.29 32.74 +.28 +6.3 SpdrLCpG s N SPYG 37.31 29.87 797 36.88 4106 36.88 35.97 +.34 +11.8 SpdrLCapV s N SPYV 32.54 28.05 130 30.86 1640 30.87 30.42 +.21 +.6 Spd MidC s N SPMD 36.16 29.60 361 35.88 1889 36.02 35.26 +.43 +7.6 SpdMCpG s N MDYG 56.05 46.42 64 55.30 669 55.43 54.10 +.68 SpdrMCpV s N MDYV 53.79 46.15 59 53.42 237 53.58 52.59 +.71 SpdrNY Tch N XNTK .41e .4 98.30 73.88 20 93.95 173 94.08 91.74 -.47 +12.1 SpdrSemi s N XSD .16e .2 78.02 60.17 77 75.08 437 75.56 73.33 +.06 +7.5sSpdrSCp s N SLYG 66.75 51.69 195 66.29 1147 66.85 64.54 +.98 SpdrSCpV s N SLYV 69.64 56.46 104 68.38 1836 68.99 67.68 +.50 SpdrRs3K s N THRK 35.48 29.94 346 35.40 3191 35.40 34.84 +.30 +6.6 SpdrWilRE N RWR 2.90e 3.0 95.73 81.59 102 95.49 1235 95.54 91.72 +3.20 +1.9tSpdrShTTr N SPTS .27 .9 31.78 29.42 99 29.46 997 29.50 29.42 -.03 -1.4 SpFcStIn n N XITK 107.00 71.50 8 95.66 111 102.22 93.04 -1.63 +22.5 Spdr1500VT N VLU 4.85e 1.7 108.76 91.94 105.00 3 105.32 104.51 -.47 +2.9 SpdrScored N CBND .99 3.2 32.69 30.78 2 30.99 34 31.00 30.78 -.07 -3.9 SpdrIntCBd N IBND .14e .4 36.87 33.40 12 33.60 93 33.99 33.51 -.24 -4.9 SpdrIGFlt N FLRN .20 .7 30.85 30.62 890 30.73 3862 30.80 30.70 -.04 +.2 SpdrHYMu N HYMB 2.55 4.5 57.97 54.01 26 56.34 147 56.74 56.21 -.27 +1.2 SpdrWFPf N PSK 2.59e 6.0 45.42 41.81 59 42.92 347 43.28 42.78 -.21 -2.5 SpdrBarITB N BWZ .01e 33.49 31.02 36 31.19 93 31.49 31.14 -.21 -2.9 SpdrBarcCv N CWB 3.55e 4.2 54.99 48.86 824 53.32 4874 53.53 52.79 -.18 +5.4 SpdrLTBd s N SPLB 28.77 25.87 81 26.40 762 26.50 26.18 -.02 -7.7 SpdrITBd N SPIB .92 2.8 34.72 33.07 607 33.28 2337 33.36 33.19 -.02 -2.7 SpdrBarMBB N MBG .83 3.3 26.49 25.09 253 25.30 369 25.34 25.15 +.04 -2.8 SpdrEMBd N EBND 30.91 26.64 155 27.19 727 27.50 27.07 -.23 -8.4 SpdrShTHiY N SJNK 1.58 5.8 28.07 26.94 438 27.45 6907 27.55 27.38 -.02 -.4 SpdrLehHY N JNK 2.30 6.4 37.45 35.26 9463 35.87 54403 35.96 35.73 +.03 -2.3 SpdShTBd N SPSB .40e 1.2 30.74 30.08 395 30.19 2165 30.19 30.10 +.04 -.8tSP IntTip N WIP .41e .3 60.27 53.66 52 54.18 249 54.81 53.66 -.37 -5.8tSPLIntTB s N BWX 29.72 27.53 311 27.57 2177 27.82 27.50 -.22 -3.0 SpdrTrans s N XTN .25e .4 69.36 53.77 29 65.80 62 66.07 64.45 +1.19 +1.0 SpdrTelcm N XTL .68e .9 75.80 65.10 9 72.37 142 73.18 70.73 +1.04 +5.9 SpdrHCSv s N XHS .61e .1 73.89 56.18 5 73.05 43 73.07 71.50 +1.47 +18.6 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sSpdrHCEq s N XHE 3.22e .1 82.90 59.41 141 82.13 592 82.90 78.65 +2.29 +27.5 SpdrSf&Sv s N XSW .19e .2 88.51 61.70 31 83.99 219 84.73 81.19 -.41 +20.9 SpdrMLCrs N CJNK 1.01e 3.9 27.04 25.22 10 25.40 84 25.67 25.38 -.13 -4.4sSpdrAerDf s N XAR 1.70e 1.0 94.65 72.71 58 93.40 401 94.65 91.06 +1.14 +11.8 SpdAgBd n N SPAB 28.84 27.57 358 27.76 1897 27.86 27.70 -.05 -3.4tSpdrBarcTip N IPE 1.04e 1.8 57.26 54.55 48 54.78 398 55.03 54.55 -.16 -2.6 SprBl 1-3b rs N BIL 91.58 91.37 354 91.46 3319 91.58 91.44 -.11 +.1 SpdLgTr s N SPTL 37.32 33.45 397 34.30 1597 34.51 33.99 -.11 -6.3 SpdrLehIntTr N ITE .74 1.3 60.59 57.94 46 58.35 246 58.42 58.17 -.03 -1.8 SpdrS&P RB N KRE .74e 1.2 66.04 49.31 5402 62.16 27069 62.93 61.07 +.02 +5.6 Spdr1500MT N MMTM 1.61e 1.3 125.79 102.34 18 124.08 23 124.20 122.57 +.57 +8.1 SpdDorWrF Q DWFI 26.06 23.22 17 23.58 82 23.80 23.49 -.18 -6.7 SpdrRetl s N XRT .49e 1.0 51.04 37.72 4403 49.99 24410 50.05 48.53 +.65 +10.6 SpdNuBMu s N TFI 49.42 47.52 471 47.93 3238 48.04 47.77 -.10 -2.1 SpdrPhm s N XPH 3.00e .8 47.11 38.71 32 46.96 474 46.98 45.62 +1.27 +8.0 SpdrOGEx N XOP .73e 1.7 45.45 28.96 11293 42.00 67353 43.23 41.63 -.25 +13.0 SpNuBST rs N SHM 48.95 47.51 229 48.01 1096 48.06 47.93 +.01 +.2 SpdrGendr N SHE 75.63 66.74 5 75.04 113 75.04 74.04 +.32 +5.9 SpdrOGEq N XES .49e 2.9 19.29 12.90 820 16.68 5835 17.24 16.50 -.02 -2.6 SpdR1KLVF N ONEV 76.79 68.57 1 75.43 2 75.51 74.57 +.40 +3.9 SpdrMetM N XME .24e .7 39.62 29.68 1692 35.41 13474 36.67 35.01 -1.05 -2.6 SpdrR1KMo N ONEO 77.42 68.69 17 75.26 42 75.34 74.31 +.51 +3.5 SpdrR1KYF N ONEY 75.25 65.47 1 72.29 3 72.33 71.47 +.51 +3.2 SpdSPXHiD N SPYD 38.74 34.60 130 38.08 788 38.12 37.36 +.71 +1.7 SpdrFosFFr N SPYX 69.64 58.95 3 68.88 50 68.90 67.85 +.61 +6.3sSpdrR1KLV N LGLV 5.40e 1.8 94.56 85.68 3 94.46 12 94.61 93.40 +.52 +4.3 SpdrUsaSt N QUS .54e 82.07 70.16 2 81.24 158 81.43 79.90 +.74 +5.2 Spd SP600 s N SLY 75.55 58.62 66 74.94 255 75.49 73.65 +.94 SpdrSPXBbk N SPYB .41e 67.80 55.44 2 65.69 35 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8.05 -.50 -31.0 SparkEn pf Q SPKEP 2.19 9.3 27.49 21.90 17 23.46 90 23.80 23.37 -.24 -11.8 SprkNtSE wi A LOV 15.40 10.15 4 12.44 48 12.50 10.65 +1.34 -1.7 SparkTh n Q ONCE 96.59 41.06 570 73.77 2431 79.00 72.01 +.36 +43.5 SpartnMot Q SPAR .10 .6 27 19.45 8.55 442 15.40 2389 16.10 13.35 +.85 -2.2 SprtnNash Q SPTN .72 3.1 27.96 16.32 151 23.55 715 24.46 23.00 -.59 -11.7tSparton N SPA 15 23.46 13.93 350 13.46 744 15.29 13.36 -1.54 -41.6 SpdFosFr n N EFAX 77.82 67.00 3 70.43 6 71.31 70.09 -.83 -3.3 SpdDbShDu N STOT 49.99 47.00 2 48.80 19 48.95 48.64 -.09 -1.2 SpdEmFos N EEMX 76.80 62.13 1 64.97 3 65.79 64.28 -.66 -6.9 SpdDbEMk N EMTL 52.27 48.10 4 48.70 22 49.02 48.67 -.22 -3.3 SpecOpps N SPE 1.19e 2.3 16.20 14.48 10 15.16 47 15.16 15.03 +.03 +1.9 SpcOpp pfB N SPEpB .88 3.4 26.54 24.48 25.65 1 25.73 25.62 -.05 -.8 SpectraEP N SEP 3.06f 8.1 11 46.47 29.89 736 37.53 2796 37.88 36.25 +1.29 -5.1 SpectPh Q SPPI 24.20 7.12 883 20.56 5092 21.50 20.40 -.83 +8.5 SpeedM N TRK .60 3.4 19 23.47 16.46 19 17.52 100 18.27 16.95 +.60 -7.2 SperoTh n Q SPRO 19.00 9.66 100 11.34 684 11.97 10.66 +.31 -3.5tSphr3D grs Q ANY 5.49 .29 167 .32 2359 .38 .29 -.06 -87.0 Spherix rs Q SPEX 2.42 .96 29 1.03 295 1.07 1.02 -26.4 SpF LgCap n N FMDG 33.20 26.89 0 29.42 1 29.57 29.42 -.44 +5.0 SpinMedT n N FFIU 25.15 24.17 5 24.37 7 24.43 24.26 +.05 -1.8 Spire N SR 2.25 3.1 20 82.85 60.09 257 71.90 1632 72.25 70.25 +.15 -4.3 SpiritAero N SPR .48 .6 19 105.20 59.77 984 85.86 6831 96.77 84.82 -5.99 -1.6 SpiritAir N SAVE 18 48.81 30.32 940 42.60 5330 43.89 41.98 -.34 -5.0 SpirMTA n N SMTA 11.19 8.90 226 9.79 1297 10.20 9.59 -.28 +7.3sSpiritRltC N SRC .72 8.5 13 8.46 6.58 3134 8.48 15864 8.49 8.25 +.15 +10.3 SpiritR pfA N SRCpA 1.50 6.5 26.40 20.25 5 23.21 51 23.67 22.95 -.29 -6.6 SpirtTex n Q STXB 75 22.55 20.04 13 21.79 88 22.00 21.35 +.15 -.3 Splunk Q SPLK 121.64 56.80 1081 100.47 9801 103.17 93.68 -.63 +21.3 SpokHldgs Q SPOK .50 3.4 33 18.85 13.75 81 14.60 662 15.10 14.10 -.15 -6.7 SportsWhs Q SPWH 10 6.99 3.40 320 4.93 1199 5.22 4.75 -.16 -25.4 Spotify n N SPOT 198.99 135.51 1337 175.50 9073 189.34 174.65 -10.77 +17.8 SpragueRs N SRLP 2.67f 10.5 15 29.00 21.80 26 25.40 173 26.00 25.05 +1.07 +5.0 SprBkPh n Q SBPH 18.93 10.81 67 14.12 244 15.00 12.00 +1.85 +5.1 Sprint N S 3 8.92 4.81 9532 5.62 50432 5.72 5.36 +.13 -4.6 SprottSilv N PSLV 6.85 5.55 145 5.62 1355 5.71 5.58 -.04 -11.4 SprottFoc Q FUND .75e 9.6 8.39 7.26 33 7.82 175 7.85 7.70 +.06 -1.3tSprottGold N PHYS 11.15 9.76 288 9.80 2115 9.92 9.76 -.10 -7.5 SprottPPP N SPPP 9.91 7.47 8 7.90 95 8.06 7.86 -.12 -15.5 Sprouts Q SFM 24 28.29 17.55 2659 23.35 14181 24.48 20.95 +2.22 -4.1 Square n N SQ 73.19 24.22 14929 68.36 73022 72.82 63.21 -1.49 +97.2sStaarSur Q STAA 43.15 10.15 1202 37.90 4925 43.15 29.45 +5.45 +144.5 Staff360 rs Q STAF 5.70 1.14 37 2.05 580 2.50 2.02 -.37 -34.9 STAG Indl N STAG 1.39 4.9 38 28.95 22.42 603 28.09 3375 28.12 26.62 +1.37 +2.8 STAG pfC N STAGpC 27.19 24.76 26.35 1 26.35 26.35 +.30 +.6 StageStrs N SSI .20 9.9 3.25 1.45 260 2.03 609 2.17 2.00 -.07 +20.8 Stamps.cm Q STMP 30 285.75 147.75 408 261.45 2222 284.45 257.10 -10.70 +39.1 SP Matls N XLB .98e 1.7 64.17 53.41 5265 59.29 29303 59.89 58.06 -.01 -2.0 SP HlthC N XLV 1.01e 1.1 91.79 77.82 5884 89.81 29534 89.88 87.75 +1.85 +8.6 SP CnSt N XLP 1.28e 2.4 58.95 48.76 20419 54.29 81281 54.55 53.00 +.91 -4.6 SP Consum N XLY 1.12e 1.0 113.57 87.89 3286 111.86 25587 112.01 110.03 +.22 +13.3 SP Engy N XLE 2.04e 2.7 79.42 61.80 7661 75.24 51209 77.61 74.86 -1.39 +4.1 SPDR Fncl N XLF .46e 1.6 30.33 23.79 34886 28.12 278185 28.36 27.68 -.01 +.8 SP Inds N XLI 1.12e 1.5 80.96 66.95 11021 75.85 67181 76.99 75.11 -.16 +.2 SP Tech N XLK .78e 1.1 74.24 56.67 7246 72.72 67835 72.72 70.32 +.87 +13.7 SpdrRESel N XLRE 34.02 29.17 2721 33.54 16429 33.59 32.19 +1.09 +1.8 SP Util N XLU 1.55e 2.9 57.23 47.37 15416 53.30 77390 53.44 52.00 +.66 +1.2 Std AVB n Q STND 31.60 30.05 10 30.36 18 30.57 30.36 +.28 -2.2 StdMotor N SMP .84 1.8 27 52.41 40.56 43 47.69 405 48.96 45.86 +1.83 +6.2 Standex N SXI .72 .7 22 110.00 89.40 49 103.85 163 104.50 101.75 +.55 +2.0 StanBlkDk N SWK 2.64f 1.8 20 176.62 130.56 905 144.51 8115 149.82 142.61 -1.39 -14.8 StanB&D 52 N SWJ 1.44 5.7 26.10 24.88 7 25.41 79 25.52 25.29 -.03 +.8 StanBlD un N SWP 128.00 104.21 55 108.72 442 112.35 108.32 -1.44 -11.4 Stantec g N STN .55f 17 29.25 24.05 19 26.05 55 26.40 25.80 -6.8 StarBulk rs Q SBLK 14.60 8.62 436 14.00 2520 14.00 12.67 +1.19 +24.3 StrBlk22 n Q SBLKZ 2.08 8.2 26.00 23.58 1 25.42 42 25.69 25.20 +.03 +.4 StarGas N SGU .47f 4.9 15 11.35 8.74 51 9.67 133 9.78 9.45 +.14 -10.0 StarsGp g Q TSG 38.95 15.85 1167 32.65 8573 35.95 31.30 -2.95 +40.1 Starbucks s Q SBUX 1.44f 2.8 24 61.94 47.37 8227 52.23 58383 52.85 51.25 +.08 -9.1 Starret N SCX .40 6.2 21 9.40 5.80 5 6.50 48 6.75 6.30 -.20 -24.4 Startek N SRT 58 14.27 6.11 73 8.05 277 8.22 7.50 +.36 -19.3sStarwdPT N STWD 1.92 8.4 12 23.04 19.47 1800 22.79 14352 23.04 22.17 +.28 +6.7 StatAutF Q STFC .40 1.3 34.31 22.11 24 30.88 150 32.59 30.28 -1.33 +6.0 StateBkFn Q STBZ .80 2.5 20 35.99 25.41 111 31.90 1293 32.52 31.39 -.24 +6.9 StateStr N STT 1.68 1.9 14 114.27 84.56 2456 86.88 18943 89.23 85.70 -.12 -11.0 StateSt pfC N STTpC 25.57 24.01 8 25.06 61 25.13 24.97 -.07 -.6 StateSt pfD N STTpD 28.96 26.00 25 27.14 180 27.22 26.92 +.02 -1.2 StaStCp pfG N STTpG 28.45 25.50 10 26.10 336 26.16 25.95 +.03 -3.8 StateSt pfE N STTpE 27.16 25.47 62 26.04 188 26.31 25.95 -.21 -1.6 SteadyM n Q STDY 11 6.55 2.60 32 4.70 224 4.75 4.65 +.03 +27.0 StealthGas Q GASS 15 4.70 2.94 13 3.67 73 3.82 3.64 -.02 -15.8 SteelCon Q STCN 2.90 1.46 19 2.14 97 2.18 2.05 +.09 -14.1 StlDynam Q STLD .75 1.7 13 52.10 32.20 2212 44.24 10355 48.64 43.76 -3.75 +2.6 SteelPtrs N SPLP .38p 7 20.70 16.24 16.40 23 16.65 16.24 -.09 -16.1sSteelPr pfA N SPLPpA 23.08 19.75 35 23.11 120 23.11 22.55 +.04 +9.2 Steelcse N SCS .54f 3.9 15.90 12.50 375 13.85 2734 13.98 13.40 +.30 -8.9 SteinMart s Q SMRT .30 13.4 4.04 .48 198 2.24 810 2.31 2.16 +.07 +93.1 StellrAcq n Q STLR 10.49 10.00 1 10.42 2 10.44 10.42 -.02 +2.1 StellusCap N SCM 1.36 10.3 11 14.29 11.07 67 13.20 395 13.27 13.01 +.5sStellCap22 N SCA 1.44 5.7 25.50 24.78 2 25.30 13 25.50 25.09 +.20 -.1 StemlineTh Q STML 20.55 7.30 114 14.15 946 15.50 13.91 -1.25 -9.3 Stepan N SCL .90f 1.0 22 89.91 68.09 52 88.85 460 89.22 86.07 +1.95 +12.5 Stericycle Q SRCL 83.25 56.64 3629 61.66 8034 71.43 60.75 -8.90 -9.3 Stericyc pf Q SRCLP 5.25 11.3 68.36 43.93 54 46.43 251 53.57 46.26 -6.77 -12.3sSteris plc N STE 1.24 1.1 29 117.11 81.60 539 116.75 1980 117.11 111.82 +3.93 +33.5 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 17 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 4, 2018

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SterlingBc N STL .28 1.3 13 26.50 21.00 1480 21.95 9195 22.90 21.75 -.73 -10.8 SterlBc pfA N STLpA 26.74 25.65 5 26.47 41 26.49 26.32 +.05 +.6 SterlBcp n Q SBT .04 .3 14.98 12.00 18 12.36 136 13.50 12.30 -1.03 -2.7 SterlCons Q STRL 24 18.90 9.42 324 14.05 1342 14.65 12.96 +.98 -13.7 SMadden Q SHOO .80 25 56.70 37.25 461 55.90 3304 56.65 51.90 +2.35 +19.7 Stewrdshp Q SSFN .12 1.1 14 12.75 8.50 0 10.61 27 11.02 10.61 -.31 +3.5 StewInfo N STC 1.20 2.7 24 47.37 34.48 70 44.75 532 45.50 44.71 -.12 +5.8 StifelFin N SF .48f .9 17 68.76 44.44 330 55.26 3122 57.14 52.67 +2.37 -7.2 Stifel pfA N SFpA 1.56 6.0 27.73 24.50 2 26.07 60 26.27 25.87 -.17 -3.7 Stif 47 ef N SFB 26.20 23.25 10 24.46 63 24.77 24.41 -.23 -1.9 StitchFix n Q SFIX 35.45 14.48 1156 28.91 8379 30.59 27.73 -.60 +11.9 StockYBc s Q SYBT .92 2.4 19 41.90 31.90 29 37.90 221 38.90 37.45 -.45 +.5 StoneHEM N EDF 2.16 15.3 17.31 12.80 70 14.09 292 14.09 13.86 +.24 -11.4 StonHEmM N EDI 1.81 13.6 16.45 12.63 24 13.31 168 13.65 13.31 -.33 -14.5 StoneCastle Q BANX 1.52 6.7 17 24.92 20.00 12 22.68 73 22.80 22.26 +.08 +12.7 StoneMor N STON 1.32 30.5 7.22 3.44 55 4.33 333 4.38 4.10 +.08 -34.0 Stonerdg N SRI 22 37.69 15.05 627 31.09 1732 35.00 30.44 -2.28 +36.0sStoreCap N STOR 1.24 4.4 24 28.05 22.51 1574 28.28 7573 28.34 26.96 +1.05 +8.6 StrataS rs Q SSKN 2.81 1.06 92 2.06 446 2.11 1.99 -.02 +67.5 Stratasys Q SSYS 25.00 17.17 545 21.96 4364 22.35 18.92 +2.67 +10.0sStratEdu Q STRA 2.00f 1.6 36 132.01 76.40 246 122.62 1376 132.01 117.52 +3.06 +36.9 StratALL36 N GJT .29 1.4 21.85 19.49 1 21.15 1 21.15 21.15 +.21 +5.8 StratGS33 N GJS .32 1.5 21.52 19.16 2 21.26 11 21.31 21.20 +.02 +5.0 StratNWS95 N GJV 1.75 6.8 26.72 25.05 0 25.85 0 26.00 25.85 -.00 -.1 StratPG34 N GJR .27 1.2 23.46 20.93 22.30 0 22.30 22.30 +.05 +1.3sStratUSM N GJH .64 6.4 10.95 9.37 0 10.00 12 10.95 9.53 +.49 -.5 StratWMT N GJO .22 .9 23.36 21.73 0 22.65 1 22.80 22.61 -.05 +1.8 Strattec Q STRT .56 1.7 18 49.20 29.70 2 32.25 21 33.54 31.21 -.90 -25.9 StratusPrp Q STRS 1.00e 52 35.90 27.25 1 29.60 15 30.80 29.60 -.3 StreamHlth Q STRM 2.82 .92 5 1.30 57 1.35 1.24 -.02 -23.1 StrgbrBio n Q SBBP 9.25 4.45 128 4.65 1484 5.20 4.55 +.10 -35.9 Stryker N SYK 1.88 1.1 28 179.84 137.70 1068 165.30 8960 168.75 163.16 -3.74 +6.8 SturmRug N RGR 1.36f 2.5 19 64.55 43.00 305 55.30 1563 61.35 52.35 +1.05 -1.0 SubPpne N SPH 2.40 10.4 33 27.05 21.85 389 22.99 1138 23.99 22.95 -.81 -5.1 SumitMitsu N SMFG 9.67 7.33 438 8.10 4255 8.44 7.97 -.02 -6.8 SummerInf Q SUMR 2.25 .72 64 1.52 359 1.52 1.34 +.10 +1.3 SumFWV Q SMMF .52 2.1 13 28.16 21.20 12 25.15 51 25.95 24.90 +.64 -4.4 SummitHtl N INN .72 5.2 13 18.08 12.77 583 13.74 2958 14.79 13.61 +.08 -9.8 SummtH pfD N INNpD 1.61 6.6 27.58 23.50 5 24.34 17 24.59 24.17 -.16 -4.5 SumHP pfE N INNpE 26.25 22.82 144 23.84 182 23.96 23.53 -.12 -7.1tSumtMtls n N SUM .29t 20 34.06 20.50 2357 21.04 21366 26.00 20.50 -5.05 -33.1 SummitMP N SMLP 2.30 13.2 24.00 13.10 358 17.40 963 17.73 16.90 +.35 -15.1 SumtSem n Q WISA 5.00 4.20 10 4.72 79 4.75 4.25 +.02 +.4 SmtStB s Q SSBI .48 3.1 22 16.05 11.65 3 15.60 12 16.00 15.60 -.40 +23.8 SumTher n Q SMMT 16.86 2.16 49 2.44 292 2.50 2.20 +.07 -78.0 SunCmts N SUI 2.84f 2.9 100 99.97 80.12 231 98.66 1668 98.78 95.07 +3.26 +6.3 SunHydrl Q SNHY .36 .7 43 70.83 40.92 54 51.27 404 52.37 49.46 +1.43 -20.7 SunLfFn g N SLF 1.90f 44.50 37.39 763 40.24 2173 41.22 39.90 -.35 -2.5 SunCokeE N SXC .99e 6 14.32 8.20 327 11.13 2151 11.88 10.84 -.76 -7.2 SunCokeEn N SXCP 1.60m 9.7 10 21.95 14.70 71 16.45 638 16.65 15.51 +.60 -5.7sSuncor g N SU 1.44 42.55 30.68 1488 41.38 10724 42.55 40.88 -.60 +12.7 SundEng n Q SNDE 9.59 3.61 1 5.52 24 5.75 5.30 +.13 -7.1 SunesisP rs Q SNSS 7.69 1.82 81 2.32 614 2.41 2.21 -37.1tSunlOnl n N STG 14.08 5.77 44 6.20 678 6.39 5.77 -.18 -44.1tSunLink A SSY 2.08 1.25 21 1.35 26 1.49 1.22 -.02 -15.1 SunocoLP N SUN 3.30 11.9 82 33.11 24.46 699 27.77 2650 28.10 26.26 +1.43 -2.2 SunOpta Q STKL 9.65 6.27 123 8.55 913 8.65 8.10 +.25 +10.3 SunPower Q SPWR 11.55 6.46 2019 7.30 12230 7.80 6.57 +.41 -13.4 Sunrun n Q RUN 12 16.45 4.21 3418 13.84 8572 14.96 13.42 -.77 +134.6 SunstnHtl N SHO .20 1.2 19 17.60 14.09 1422 16.36 9620 16.79 15.68 +.20 -1.0 SunstHt pfE N SHOpE 27.22 24.65 5 26.09 76 26.27 25.90 +.08 -.1 SunstHt pfF N SHOpF 1.61 6.4 26.98 23.60 1 25.09 1 25.09 25.09 -.21 -3.0 SunTrst N STI 1.60 2.2 14 73.44 51.96 2717 72.14 13445 73.34 71.63 -.53 +11.7 SunTr wtA N STI/WS/A 35.62 18.87 34.28 +7.2tSunTr pfA N STIpA 1.50 6.4 25.83 22.97 38 23.28 294 23.54 22.97 -.25 -5.3 Sunworks n Q SUNW 1.98 .90 34 .99 308 1.05 .90 +.06 -5.7 SuperMicro Q SMCI 15 27.90 16.10 606 21.00 2820 22.50 20.85 -1.20 +.4 SuperCom Q SPCB 4.95 1.53 57 1.70 683 1.79 1.65 -.08 -56.5tSupTech rs Q SCONW 14.90 2.41 38 2.69 555 3.15 2.41 -.21 -75.3 SupDrillg A SDPI 2.33 .65 74 1.79 206 1.98 1.73 +.04 +21.8 SupEnrgy N SPN .32 3.5 12.73 7.66 2818 9.20 13850 9.98 9.17 -.15 -4.5tSupGpCos s Q SGC .38 2.0 17 28.85 18.80 21 18.86 89 21.94 18.69 -2.50 -29.4 SuperiorInd N SUP .36 1.9 29 20.55 12.70 118 18.60 761 19.10 17.05 +1.40 +25.3 Supernus Q SUPN 39 61.25 33.30 716 52.75 3445 55.50 52.48 -.70 +32.4sSupvalu rs N SVU 16 32.32 13.60 4820 32.23 23308 32.32 32.02 +.16 +49.2 supprt.cm rs Q SPRT 3.15 2.01 12 2.72 48 2.82 2.70 -.04 +12.4 SurfaceOn n Q SURF 18.18 10.46 110 10.72 709 11.93 10.56 -.41 -19.6 SurgPtrs n Q SGRY 21.10 7.10 323 15.85 1376 16.10 14.50 +1.15 +31.0 Surmodic Q SRDX 63.85 24.25 69 59.35 416 60.68 56.00 +.05 +112.0sSuthrlAs n N SLD 1.52 9.1 16.75 13.55 40 16.70 250 16.75 16.54 +.20 +10.2 SuthrAsM23 N SLDA 1.75 6.8 26.58 24.58 15 25.72 46 26.54 25.72 -.38 +.3 SwEBioFu23 N FUE 8.34 6.00 6.19 1 6.19 6.04 -.04 -11.6 SwEGrain23 N GRU 3.90 3.22 1 3.60 10 3.67 3.55 +.10 +7.7 SwRCmETR N RJN 3.72 1.87 14 3.15 23 3.23 3.10 -.05 +12.7 SwRCmMTR N RJZ 9.20 7.81 1 7.91 5 8.08 7.88 -.15 -11.4 SwRCmATR N RJA 6.48 5.79 17 6.07 411 6.11 6.03 +.07 +1.1 SwERCmTR N RJI 5.96 4.85 360 5.54 4187 5.61 5.47 -.00 +2.6 SwisHelv N SWZ .64e .2 13.74 12.01 12 12.88 34 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Syntel Q SYNT 15.00e 20 40.89 17.79 1314 40.60 7179 40.70 40.46 -.07 +76.6 Synthes rs Q SES 4.71 2.00 3 2.60 48 2.75 2.55 -.10 -8.5tSynthBiol A SYN 1.05 .12 1107 .12 7109 .20 .12 -.05 -75.8 Sypris Q SYPR .08 5.5 1.90 1.25 5 1.46 87 1.61 1.40 -.04 +5.8 SyrosPhar n Q SYRS 24.38 6.30 126 10.17 534 10.58 9.59 +.25 +4.5 Sysco N SYY 1.44 2.1 27 71.97 50.05 1713 68.57 21561 71.03 65.78 -2.91 +12.9sSystemax N SYX .22 .6 37 47.75 17.33 231 38.13 1021 47.75 37.68 -7.47 +14.6T -:T-MobileUS Q TMUS 24 66.52 54.60 2598 61.55 18293 62.26 59.15 +1.94 -3.1 TAL Educ s N TAL 47.63 25.29 3914 32.45 32145 34.48 31.13 -1.97 +9.2 TAT Tch h Q TATT .34e 4.6 17 11.65 7.20 0 7.40 12 7.90 7.35 -.40 -29.5 TC PpLn N TCP 2.60 8.6 10 57.60 22.64 552 30.26 1872 32.23 29.41 +.09 -43.0 TCF Fncl N TCF .60 2.3 16 27.34 14.58 1414 25.57 6858 26.05 24.83 -.07 +24.7 TCF deo pfC N TCFpD 26.06 23.92 9 24.80 56 24.87 24.75 -.02 -3.6 TCG BDC n Q CGBD 1.48a 8.3 11 20.30 16.73 121 17.92 628 18.00 17.52 +.06 -10.6 TCP Cap Q TCPC 1.44 9.7 11 17.03 13.72 146 14.86 887 14.92 14.75 +.10 -2.7 TCW Strat N TSI .21 3.7 6.01 5.34 27 5.49 279 5.57 5.47 -.02 -6.5 TD Ameritr Q AMTD .84 1.5 28 63.01 41.88 1508 57.21 12106 60.24 55.78 -2.62 +11.9tTDH Hld n Q PETZ 31.75 2.71 34 2.80 944 3.66 2.65 -.73 -50.4 TE Connect N TEL 1.76f 1.9 26 108.23 77.15 1243 93.09 10141 94.70 91.53 -.91 -2.1 TESSCO Q TESS .80 4.6 34 24.85 12.15 15 17.50 88 18.85 17.30 -.15 -13.2 TFS Fncl Q TFSL .68 4.4 51 16.62 14.32 133 15.44 1040 16.22 15.16 -.66 +3.3 TG Thera Q TGTX 17.35 7.25 774 11.55 4885 12.01 10.75 +.55 +40.9 THL Credit Q TCRD 1.08 13.6 8 10.20 7.70 41 7.96 379 8.03 7.85 +.09 -12.0 THL Crd21 N TCRX 26.31 25.07 25.39 6 25.47 25.34 -.13 +.7 THLCred22 N TCRZ 1.69 6.6 26.98 25.40 25.64 1 25.64 25.51 +.02 -1.1 THLCSenL N TSLF 1.32 7.8 18.21 16.30 17 16.93 154 17.10 16.76 -.02 +.4 TIM Part N TSU .28e 1.7 23.12 16.28 976 16.57 5091 16.83 16.38 -.15 -14.2 TJX N TJX 1.56 1.6 22 98.94 66.44 2138 97.59 13303 98.27 95.92 +1.04 +27.6 TMSR Gl s Q TMSR 84 6.37 3.50 1 3.80 4 3.86 3.50 +.30 -23.7 TOP Shi rs Q TOPS 210.00 .69 639 1.02 2976 1.04 .93 +.06 -59.4 TPG Pace n N TPGE 13.00 9.67 12.30 773 12.80 12.10 +.12 +26.3sTPG Pac n N TPGH 10.15 9.67 1 10.20 782 10.20 10.12 +.10 +4.8 TPG RE n N TRTX 1.72f 8.4 25 21.05 18.22 161 20.58 1052 20.89 20.52 -.07 +8.0 TPG SpLnd N TSLX 1.56 7.9 9 21.74 17.00 398 19.85 1804 20.00 19.27 +.46 +.3 TPI Co n Q TPIC 32.22 16.35 232 31.38 877 31.86 30.00 +.55 +53.4 TSR Inc Q TSRI 38 9.40 3.80 17 6.90 40 8.15 6.50 +.15 +32.7 TTEC Hl Q TTEC .54f 1.7 30 43.75 29.45 43 31.95 261 34.45 31.25 +.05 -20.6sTTM Tch Q TTMI 43 19.91 12.76 1247 18.76 5653 19.91 17.16 +1.35 +19.7 TableauA N DATA 112.42 63.46 3450 102.84 7681 110.63 99.31 -4.80 +48.6 Tabula n Q TRHC 70.15 14.46 217 60.33 1626 60.85 55.82 -.36 +115.1 TactSys n Q TCMD 57.60 22.72 369 50.84 1145 51.35 47.54 +2.19 +75.4 TahoeRes N TAHO .24 5.4 7.00 3.76 1622 4.46 13081 4.62 4.18 +.05 -6.9 TailorBr N TLRD .72 3.4 11 35.94 10.00 1567 20.92 7748 21.57 19.60 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27.66 23.64 +1.47 +6.7 TheStreet Q TST .10 4.4 4 2.50 .75 138 2.27 585 2.42 2.22 -.12 +56.6 ThirdPtRe N TPRE 11 17.10 12.28 699 13.55 3433 14.40 12.35 +1.15 -7.5 1347PrpIns Q PIH 45 8.25 6.55 4 7.20 11 7.20 7.05 +.06 -.7 1347PrIn pf Q PIHPP 28.00 24.15 0 25.93 2 25.93 25.65 +.53 +6.3 ThomsonR N TRI 1.38 3.3 17 48.61 36.52 426 41.37 2800 41.74 40.88 -.15 -5.1 Thor Inds N THO 1.48 1.5 11 161.48 87.62 1092 97.20 3837 98.88 89.95 +4.33 -35.5 3D Sys N DDD 51 17.48 7.92 1942 12.85 10366 13.33 12.02 +.44 +48.7 3M Co N MMM 5.44f 2.6 29 259.77 190.57 1300 207.29 11090 212.78 203.85 -.13 -11.9tThundBr n Q TBRG 9.65 9.60 9 9.60 459 9.65 9.60 -.03 -.5 ThundBr un Q TBRGU 10.15 9.97 10.15 120 10.15 10.11 +.01 +1.0 TiberAcq n Q TIBR 9.74 9.55 9.58 65 9.58 9.58 +.02 +.1 TiberAc un Q TIBRU 10.19 10.00 3 10.16 186 10.16 10.07 +.01 +1.4 Tidwtr N TDW 1.00 3.1 35.98 .88 275 32.14 1010 34.40 31.40 -1.30 +31.7 TierREIT n N TIER .72 3.1 24.22 16.67 175 23.38 815 24.07 22.66 +.52 +14.7 Tiffany N TIF 2.20f 1.6 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35.62 34.63 -.06 -26.9 Tompkins A TMP 1.92 2.2 21 91.99 71.27 12 85.63 140 89.20 85.01 -1.12 +5.3 TonixPh rs Q TNXP 5.11 .89 303 1.13 2084 1.30 1.06 -.22 -67.2 TootsieR N TR .36b 1.2 27 37.48 27.45 61 29.70 325 30.10 29.05 +.10 -16.0 TopImage Q TISA 1.75 .95 25 1.04 57 1.07 .99 -.03 -8.8 TopBuild n N BLD 31 87.21 52.21 310 73.18 2016 76.11 72.01 -1.35 -3.4 Torchlght Q TRCH 1.51 .95 269 1.17 1485 1.30 1.12 -.11 -12.7 Torchmark N TMK .64 .7 7 93.60 74.48 344 86.87 2494 88.95 85.72 -.86 -4.2 Trchmk pfC N TMKpC 27.64 25.44 20 26.03 99 26.29 25.94 -.15 -2.7 Toro Co s N TTC .80f 1.3 24 73.86 56.60 372 59.69 1678 60.65 58.55 -.03 -8.5 TorDBk gs N TD 2.68 75.46 49.91 869 59.24 4597 59.67 58.65 +.46 +1.1sMonTNAPpl N TPYP .45p 24.30 20.22 6 24.32 158 24.35 23.81 +.58 +4.1 TortWat n N TBLU 30.84 25.65 0 28.83 3 29.13 28.79 -.19 -3.3 TortEnInd N NDP 1.75 13.6 14.74 10.70 41 12.90 179 13.13 12.86 -.03 -2.9 TortEnInf N TYG 2.62 9.0 32.40 24.24 100 28.98 522 29.00 27.53 +1.65 -.3 TortMLP N NTG 1.69 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3.54 749 3.61 3.45 +.10 -9.5 TsakE pfB N TNPpB 2.00 8.0 25.77 24.80 1 25.04 19 25.13 25.01 +.03 -1.0 Tsakos pfC N TNPpC 2.22 8.8 26.05 25.00 3 25.14 17 25.18 25.05 +.06 -1.4 Tsakos pfD N TNPpD 2.19 8.7 26.65 24.04 1 25.07 18 25.08 24.90 +.22 +1.3 TsaksE p E N TNPpE 25.89 24.58 2 25.27 22 25.27 25.17 +.13 +.2 T2 Biosys Q TTOO 9.98 2.53 3047 5.36 5460 6.14 5.14 -.43 +30.1 Tucows grs Q TCX 45 71.75 49.70 42 57.85 407 60.75 56.35 -2.80 -17.4 TuesMrn Q TUES 4.10 1.65 162 2.90 929 2.95 2.85 +.05 +5.5 Tuniu Q TOUR 9.88 5.81 52 7.18 399 7.71 6.95 -.42 -6.4 Tuppwre N TUP 2.72 7.3 66.26 33.38 778 37.03 4379 37.60 35.49 +1.62 -40.9 Turkcell N TKC 11.29 5.69 469 6.14 3640 6.71 6.06 -.20 -39.8sTurnPtBr n N TPB .16 .5 34.88 14.52 71 34.00 432 34.88 32.62 +1.13 +60.9tTurqHillRs N TRQ 24 3.59 2.59 3624 2.59 17578 2.95 2.58 -.19 -24.5sTurtleBc rs Q HEAR 31.43 1.64 2303 32.33 9349 32.60 25.75 +6.05 +1684.2 TutorPerini N TPC 9 29.90 17.55 253 18.25 1668 18.88 17.90 -28.0 TwlSeas n Q TWLV 9.94 9.52 1 9.64 184 9.65 9.55 +.09 +1.1 TwlSeas wt Q TWLVW TwlSeas un Q TWLVU 10.30 10.18 10.28 259 10.30 10.27 -.02 +.7 TwlSeas rt Q TWLVR .45 .35 .40 330 .41 .40 -.01 +14.3 21stCFoxA Q FOXA .36 .8 21 50.15 24.81 8716 45.42 57114 45.62 44.76 +.27 +31.5 21stCFoxB Q FOX .36 .8 19 49.65 24.30 4918 44.92 25584 45.10 44.19 +.21 +31.7 21Vianet Q VNET 33 11.54 4.17 255 8.70 2410 9.93 8.24 -1.04 +9.0 22ndCentry A XXII 4.44 1.63 2071 2.51 6733 2.59 2.40 +.11 -10.4 Twilio n N TWLO 65.37 23.25 2196 62.00 11904 62.89 55.58 +1.29 +162.7 TwinDisc lf Q TWIN .36 1.4 31.95 16.32 42 25.68 102 26.63 24.75 -.56 -3.3 Twitter N TWTR 47.79 15.67 26196 31.96 231632 34.26 31.07 -2.16 +33.1 TwoHrb pfA N TWOpA 2.03 7.5 28.17 25.38 10 27.01 32 27.19 26.74 +.06 -.9 TwoHrb pfB N TWOpB 1.91 7.5 27.06 24.54 9 25.49 56 25.95 25.42 -.16 -2.9 TwoHrbI rs N TWO 1.88 12.3 6 16.83 13.85 3045 15.25 22253 15.71 15.21 -.27 -6.2 TwoHrIn pfC N TWOpC 25.38 23.26 8 24.39 274 24.69 24.20 -.26 -2.8 TwoRvrBc Q TRCB .22f 1.2 22 20.75 16.51 10 18.50 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TylerTech N TYL 53 248.25 166.63 114 226.69 826 232.36 220.53 -4.72 +28.0 TymeTch n Q TYME 9.50 2.01 114 2.79 586 3.03 2.69 -.11 -56.3tTyson N TSN 1.20 2.1 11 84.65 56.79 3290 57.75 24893 60.65 56.79 -5.81 -28.8U -:tUS AutoPts Q PRTS 2 3.14 1.32 222 1.34 561 1.40 1.32 -.04 -46.8tUS Concrte Q USCR 86.35 46.15 387 46.50 2204 51.65 46.15 -4.90 -44.4 US Gld rs Q USAU .21e 3.27 1.05 35 1.26 318 1.35 1.26 -.02 -22.7 UBS 3xLCr N WTIU 41.02 11.75 4 33.20 100 35.96 31.35 -.34 +41.0 UBS 3xInvC N WTID 35.26 6.75 4 7.79 53 8.25 7.26 -.03 -49.0 VelDlyIn n N EXIV 61.00 26.21 1 36.20 8 38.16 35.51 -1.43 -25.2 VelLngVS n N EVIX 23.61 8.45 9.16 1 9.16 8.67 +.46 -23.6 UBS FILCG N FBGX 282.15 161.21 2 277.65 11 277.65 264.81 +6.36 +22.2 UBS2xSPDiv N SDYL 3.40e 3.9 91.38 59.18 2 87.24 4 87.27 85.03 +1.65 +2.1 UBS Grp N UBS .69e 4.3 20.89 14.89 1785 16.17 9232 16.54 16.02 +.03 -12.1 UDR N UDR 1.29 3.3 24 40.33 32.88 1201 39.13 10081 39.32 36.72 +2.14 +1.6sUFP Tch Q UFPT 29 35.10 25.88 12 33.65 64 35.40 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+14.1 UnilevNV N UN 1.43e 2.5 61.62 51.56 1020 57.24 4886 57.77 56.99 +.58 +1.6 Unilever N UL 1.48e 2.6 60.13 50.74 577 56.77 2818 57.27 56.26 +.74 +2.6 UnionAc un N LTN/U 10.35 10.00 10.30 2 10.30 10.28 -.05 +2.6 UnionBkVA Q UBSH .92f 2.3 23 42.74 30.45 152 40.57 1239 41.64 39.86 +.17 +12.2 UnionBkVT Q UNB 1.20 2.3 25 55.00 40.05 3 52.85 11 53.35 51.70 +.80 -.2sUnionPac N UNP 3.20f 2.1 10 151.50 101.72 1739 149.78 15919 151.50 147.00 +1.22 +11.7 UniqueF n A UFAB .60 7.3 10 9.70 7.05 1 8.17 17 8.63 8.10 +.05 +10.1sUnisys N UIS 15.20 6.90 1030 15.45 8664 15.45 12.50 +2.65 +89.6 Unit N UNT 13 28.68 15.29 270 23.74 1883 25.95 23.20 -.67 +7.9 UnBnOH Q UBCP .52 4.0 18 14.00 11.55 5 13.11 9 13.70 13.11 -.40 -1.1 UtdBOH Q UBOH .48 2.1 13 24.00 20.35 23.08 5 23.14 22.10 +1.03 +3.9 UBSI Q UBSI 1.36 3.6 23 38.80 31.70 413 37.85 4776 38.65 35.20 +.35 +8.9 UtdCmtyBc Q UCBA .40 1.5 28.85 18.20 0 27.55 27 27.80 27.10 +34.1 UtdCmBks Q UCBI .60f 1.9 18 34.18 24.47 296 30.84 2397 31.39 29.88 +.61 +9.6 UCmntyFn Q UCFC .28f 2.7 17 11.98 8.55 123 10.40 668 10.78 10.31 -.29 +13.9 UtdContl N UAL 12 82.04 56.51 2009 81.34 18147 81.64 78.70 +1.33 +20.7 UtdFnBcp Q UBNK .48 2.8 16 19.35 15.47 58 17.41 457 17.71 17.27 -.08 -1.3 UtdFire Q UFCS 1.24f 2.2 35 61.56 38.95 36 57.00 385 61.42 56.61 -.54 +25.1sUtdInsur Q UIHC .24 1.1 22.23 13.60 72 21.27 516 22.23 20.22 +.98 +23.3 UtdMicro N UMC .09e 3.2 3.14 2.21 1923 2.83 7453 2.84 2.74 +.07 +18.4tUtdNtrlF Q UNFI 10 52.69 31.84 932 34.01 5603 34.35 31.84 +1.50 -31.0 UPS B N UPS 3.64 3.1 20 135.53 101.45 1912 119.15 10660 121.36 117.80 +.49 UtdRentals N URI 8 190.74 106.52 818 148.41 5672 149.55 144.09 +1.10 -13.7 USecBcCA Q UBFO .36 3.3 24 11.65 8.45 5 10.85 53 11.00 10.60 +.15 -1.4 USNatGas N UNL 10.28 8.54 0 9.28 5 9.28 9.07 +.09 +1.1 US12MoOil N USL 25.74 16.68 31 24.57 155 25.16 24.11 -.16 +17.4sUSAntimny A UAMY .59 .20 402 .63 714 .65 .50 +.09 +95.6 US Bancrp N USB 1.20 2.3 14 58.50 48.49 5299 52.91 32991 53.51 52.14 +.31 -1.3 US Bcp pfA N USBpA 35.49e 3.9 935.00 873.48 918.00 2 918.00 914.00 -7.00 +3.4 US Bcp pfH N USBpH .89e 3.8 24.22 21.61 42 23.71 152 24.03 23.61 -.29 +5.0 US Bcp pfM N USBpM 1.63 5.8 29.84 27.24 28 27.92 184 27.92 27.57 -.01 -1.1 US Bcp pfO N USBpO 1.29 5.2 26.30 23.95 29 25.03 169 25.13 24.88 +.04 -1.0 US Brent N BNO 22.42 13.26 280 20.56 1527 21.23 20.20 -.42 +13.6 US Cellular N USM 49 41.82 32.06 381 37.39 841 40.00 33.88 +3.53 -.6 US Cellu60 N UZA 1.74 6.9 26.26 23.80 15 25.17 31 25.21 25.02 +.07 -.3 US Cellu 63 N UZB 1.81 7.0 26.95 24.46 8 25.74 54 26.04 25.51 +.18 +.1 US Cell64 N UZC 1.81 7.0 27.40 24.55 7 25.75 92 25.80 25.48 +.18 -.7 USCmdtyFd N USCI 45.44 38.89 542 41.65 858 42.42 41.27 -.40 -2.1 USDslHtOil N UHN 21.76 14.75 2 20.21 21 20.71 19.85 -.42 +4.5 US Engy rs Q USEG 1.96 .68 30 1.17 229 1.20 1.09 -.02 -22.0 US GasFd N UGA 36.45 25.23 4 33.81 53 34.78 33.09 -.73 +6.2 USCoppFd N CPER 21.26 17.01 1 17.41 30 17.91 17.23 -.23 -17.3 USAgriFd N USAG 18.21 15.55 0 16.17 1 16.46 16.17 +.27 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27.65 25.54 -.30 -12.3 UnvslCp N UVV 3.00f 4.4 10 71.60 45.95 112 67.90 716 69.25 65.74 +1.90 +29.3 UnivDisp Q OLED .24 .2 61 209.00 78.75 830 100.85 4066 102.80 95.65 +1.70 -41.6 UnvElc Q UEIC 30 69.65 26.97 916 44.95 1453 47.65 34.85 +9.70 -4.9 UnivFor s Q UFPI .35e 1.0 16 39.58 25.93 223 36.58 1431 36.96 35.38 +.98 -2.8 UnvHR N UHT 2.64 3.9 40 78.61 53.00 26 67.90 153 68.70 64.45 +2.88 -9.6 UnivHlthS N UHS .40 .3 16 128.15 95.26 686 124.19 4326 126.40 119.12 -.79 +9.6sUniv Insur N UVE .64a 1.4 15 45.90 15.08 166 44.70 1823 45.90 41.98 +2.60 +63.4sUnvLogist Q ULH .42 1.2 25 34.45 14.05 82 34.15 1088 34.50 30.00 +4.41 +43.8 UnvSecInst A UUU 3.50 1.05 849 1.80 1072 1.90 1.35 +.43 +5.9 UnvStainls Q USAP 67 31.20 17.30 56 29.45 322 30.12 28.65 +.20 +37.5 UnivTInst N UTI .08 2.5 3.78 2.21 17 3.21 236 3.33 3.11 +.01 +33.8 UnivstPa Q UVSP .80 2.9 16 32.35 26.61 67 27.55 444 28.05 27.05 +.20 -1.8tUnumGrp N UNM 1.04f 2.9 1 58.73 35.33 2141 36.44 12963 41.28 35.33 -2.36 -33.6sUnumTh n Q UMRX 17.53 10.15 829 15.43 1898 17.53 14.20 +.20 +38.9 UplandSoft Q UPLD 37.35 18.52 341 32.11 1583 33.47 30.40 -1.38 +48.2sUr-Energy A URG 84 .82 .50 1505 .84 5352 .84 .74 +.10 +23.4 UraniumEn A UEC 2.00 .96 1805 1.77 7794 1.85 1.60 +.12 UrbnEdg n N UE .88 3.9 27 26.19 19.51 731 22.85 2924 22.97 21.72 +1.04 -10.4 UrbanOne Q UONE 4.85 1.25 0 2.25 23 2.40 2.25 +21.6 UrbanOnD Q UONEK 2.40 1.35 18 2.05 79 2.25 2.05 -.05 +17.1 UrbanOut Q URBN 23 48.24 16.68 1585 44.71 8297 45.98 43.44 +.98 +27.5 UrogenP n Q URGN 69.57 17.07 54 45.01 259 46.27 44.00 -.29 +21.0 UrstdBid N UBP 1.06f 6.1 35 18.92 15.36 1 17.41 9 18.15 17.40 +2.7 UrsBidA N UBA 1.08f 4.8 29 23.94 17.20 56 22.33 344 22.52 21.67 +.47 +2.7 UrsBid pfG N UBPpG 1.69 6.7 26.60 24.78 4 25.18 12 25.18 25.10 +.08 -4.2 UrstBid pfH N UBPpH 1.56 6.3 26.88 22.97 3 24.75 17 24.92 24.60 +.19 -5.4 UtahMed Q UTMD 1.08 1.1 117.65 68.10 14 96.45 100 98.95 93.05 +.30 +18.5tUxin Ltd n Q UXIN 10.49 5.08 830 6.88 7859 6.99 5.08 +.37 -28.9V -:tVBI Vac n Q 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10.50 20 10.50 10.40 +.07 +3.0tVarexImag Q VREX 43.76 27.80 3256 28.36 4083 38.83 27.31 -9.24 -29.4 VarianMed N VAR 88 130.29 95.23 503 114.77 3149 116.00 111.92 +.64 +3.3 Varonis Q VRNS 83.10 35.55 558 62.45 6391 76.85 53.65 -13.40 +28.6tVascuBio Q VBLT 9.05 1.85 56 1.85 468 2.05 1.85 -.15 -73.9 Vaxart rs Q VXRT 11.88 2.76 5 3.12 35 3.20 3.05 +.06 -49.9tVectoIQ n Q VTIQ 9.59 9.51 0 9.55 65 9.57 9.51 +.01 -.3 VectoIQ un Q VTIQU 10.10 9.97 10.05 314 10.05 10.05 +.5 VectorGp N VGR 1.60b 8.6 23 23.14 17.90 419 18.52 3324 18.66 18.03 +.38 -17.2 Vectren N VVC 1.80 2.5 28 71.71 58.00 272 71.52 2493 71.54 71.08 +.08 +10.0 Vectrus N VEC 14 41.48 25.17 38 30.77 243 31.88 30.46 -.70 -.3 VedantaLtd N VEDL 1.20e 9.2 21.99 11.71 931 13.10 3290 13.29 12.24 +.07 -37.1 VeecoInst Q VECO 31.40 10.85 1413 11.60 4477 14.85 11.15 -2.95 -21.9 VeevaSys N VEEV 89 85.00 52.17 1072 79.58 5046 80.62 73.47 +.58 +44.0tVenatorM n N VNTR 26.90 12.75 974 13.35 6646 15.70 12.75 -2.01 -39.6 Ventas N VTR 3.16 5.4 16 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Q VIAB .80 2.8 6 35.76 22.13 1453 29.09 12819 29.53 28.33 -.26 -5.6 ViadCorp N VVI .40 .7 28 61.85 49.20 51 56.55 361 57.90 55.95 -.90 +2.1 Viavi Q VIAV 30 11.22 8.34 2000 10.04 7774 10.32 9.96 -.06 +14.9 Vical rs Q VICL 3.70 1.02 219 1.35 942 1.42 1.30 -.02 -26.2 Vicon A VII .76 .17 .21 -48.5 Vicor Q VICR 62.70 16.30 277 58.70 1331 60.92 55.45 +1.15 +180.9 VicDvAcc n Q VSDA 29.67 25.49 29.42 2 29.49 29.36 -.16 +3.4 VicMultiF n Q VSMV 29.20 24.92 0 29.10 5 29.10 28.54 +.54 +5.5 Vict500VW Q CFA .44e .9 52.01 43.63 21 51.08 189 51.09 50.33 +.29 +4.7 VictDisEnV Q CSF .38e .8 49.61 39.59 2 48.55 35 48.87 47.86 +.46 +7.6 Vict500EV Q CFO .47e .9 52.03 43.52 53 51.04 333 51.07 50.36 +.28 +4.6 VicEM Hi n Q CEY 28.35 23.66 3 24.74 11 25.00 24.57 +.14 -5.3 VictDevVol Q CIZ .01j 39.92 32.97 11 34.15 65 34.79 33.96 -.20 -2.7 VictIncEV Q CDC 1.09e 2.3 48.81 43.05 49 47.39 408 47.45 46.74 +.33 +2.1 VictSCVol Q CSA .16e 50.28 40.61 2 49.61 18 49.73 49.06 +.45 +7.7 VictIntlVol Q CIL .15e 46.94 38.16 3 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