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HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN VOL. 99 | NO. 268 | $1.00 YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1919 An Edition Of The Sun Tuesday, September 25, 2018 Lottery ...................... Sports Obituaries ........................ A5 Todays Woman .................. B1 Classifieds ...................... B3-4 Comics ................. News Wire Local Sports .................. A9-10 Viewpoints ....................... A6 Weather ..................... SportsGood morning To John Maginnis Thanks for reading! newssun.com facebook.com/ newssuntwitter.com/ TheNewsSunLunches available to homelessStarting Monday, Oct. 1 at St. JohnsBy MELISSA MAINSTAFF WRITERSEBRING „ Starting Monday, Oct. 1, homeless people in Highlands County can get a free a lunch at 11 a.m. at St. John United Methodist Church in Sebring, behind Walmart. Area churches are joining together to provide homeless people with a free lunch and social support every Monday at 11 a.m. The group of churches call themselves Friends of the Homeless. Friends of the Homeless conducted a training session for volunteers from St. John United Methodist Church, Highlands Community Church and Grace Church last Monday [Sept. 17] to prepare for this ministry to the homeless. Volunteers were trained to interact with homeless people and learn how to help them make steps toward independence. When speaking to people who are homeless, volunteers must “rst gain their trust before the homeless will reveal their dif“culties and what led to their current situations. Often just a ride to the local Social Security of“ce can help homeless people apply for bene“ts. The Friends of the Homeless plans to provide a physical address for the homeless so that they County attorney to meet with ReinhardtHopes to have proactive discussion on ADA issuesBy PHIL ATTINGERSTAFF WRITERSEBRING „ County Attorney Joy Carmichael told county commissioners she wants to meet with Lake Placid ADA advocate and complainant Randall RandyŽ Reinhardt. Commission Chair Greg Harris asked if that might open the county to a lawsuit. This guy has a federal lawsuit pending with Lake Placid,Ž Harris said. Commission Vice Chair Jim Brooks said he didnt see a problem with sitting down with Reinhardt. His discomfort, he said, was that he didnt know if the county could enforce the code easily on old buildings. Harris said he shared that discomfort, too. Commissioner Don Elwell said he didnt have any problem with Carmichael setting up a meeting. Joys trying to get out in front of it,Ž Elwell said of Carmichael. Brooks pointed out that the countys Building Department has provided inspection services for Lake Placid and Avon Park, including whether or not buildings followed requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Reinhardt, a former ADA lawyer, is a handicapped resident of the greater Lake Placid area who has been asking the Lake Placid Town Council for equal access for all since January. On Sept. 10, from the podium in town chambers, he accused the Lake Placid staff and council of corruption and told them he had noti“ed the Department of Justice about the towns continued non-compliance with ADA with regard to sidewalks and business entrances. By Sept. 12, he said hed decided to “le a federal lawsuit within two weeks. The story came out in the Highlands News-Sun on Sept. 14. Commissioner Ron Handley said Carmichael wants to be proactive, and also said that ADA represents a big deal: If an old building needs more than 50 percent of the structure renovated for any reason, all of the building has to line up with the latest ADA requirements. They need to be aware we have funding available to upgrade our facilities,Ž Handley said of those who might have concerns. Brooks asked Carmichael, that if she needed to get into litigation with Reinhardt or anyone else with ADA concerns, he hoped she would look to contract with an outside “rm with expertise in ADA law. Carmichael told the Highlands News-Sun on Monday that her desire to talk to Reinhardt was outside any concern of being drawn into a pending lawsuit. Rather, shed wanted to hear Reinhardts concerns about buildings not being in ADA compliant prior to when he brought those concerns to a county Solar farm in LP future?By KIM LEATHERMAN STAFF WRITERLAKE PLACID „ A solar farm could be in the Lake Placid areas near future. EDF Renewables has applied to the countys Planning Department for a special exception for a solar farm. The decision on whether or not to grant a special exception will be made in a public meeting at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9 by the countys Zoning Board of Adjustment. The propertys current land use is zoned for agriculture with mixed land use. The solar project would lease land from Cow Slough Inc. and Price Groves LLC located on U.S. 27. The properties are just to the north of the proposed new Town Hall and a parcel on St. Johns Road. A total of 616 acres would be included in the special exception. EDF Renewables estimates the project will generate enough power for 10,300 homes. However, EDF Renewables Director of Project Development Jordana Jusidman said the solar company would use less than 400 acres. She pointed out the properties were in the unincorporated area of Lake Placid. Its part of the future land use maps, so maybe there will be development out that way,Ž Jusidman said. But I doubt that would happen during the life of the project but, you never know.Ž The intent is to sell the electricity to Duke Energy,Ž Linda Conrad, zoning supervisor for the county, said. It is cleaner in regards to electricity than our typical power plant. The idea is to go solar rather than more power plants.Ž Conrad said the Zoning Department would recommend the exception to the Zoning Board of Adjustment. This property is in the county,Ž Conrad said. It never goes before the Town of Lake Placid because its not in the town limits. They have contacted the Town of Lake Placid to sign a consent agreement to annex the land when it becomes contiguous with the Town of Lake Placid.Ž EDF Renewables develops and constructs projects in the United States. It has people who look for suitable land for projects and it also has many land owners offering their properties for consideration. According to Jusidman, many property owners COURTESY PHOTO/DUKE ENERGYSuwannee County, which is northwest of Gainesville, has a large solar farm to produce electricity. CARMICHAELThey need to be aware we have funding available to upgrade our facilities.Ž Ron Handley, commissioner Changes are comingThe Highlands News-Sun will begin implementing strategic changes in our quest to make more effective use of space in our newspaper. The consistent change will be the elimination of the current regional Sports package provided by our former partner. The regional and state sports section that we are getting now does not provide enough of what we are looking for, so we are dedicating space to provide more state sports coverage. Next week, you will receive a new Sports section that will include local and state sports, along with the weather map, Lottery numbers and Live on TV sports listings. The local news found in the Todays Woman section will be relocated to the back of this section. Changes will be made to each daily edition with the exception of Sundays paper, which will be unchanged. Please refer back to this space every day this week to see how the days edition will be different next week. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Executive Editor Romona Washington at 863-386-5634.ADA | 4A FILE PHOTORepresentatives from “ve Sebring churches met earlier this month to discuss how to feed and care for the homeless in the community. Members of the Homeless Coalition also attended the meeting to give advice and provide ideas.HOMELESS | 4A COURTESY MAPThe orange box indicates where the proposed solar farm will be just north of Lake Placid town limits on U.S. 27.SOLAR | 4A

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A2 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | September 25, 2018 www.highlandsnewssun.com The Highlands News-Sun (USPS 487-900-ISSN 2473-0068) is published daily by Tim Smolarick at the Highlands News-Sun, 315 U.S. 27 North, Sebring, FL 33870. Periodical postage paid at Lakeland, FL and additional entry office(s). All material contained herein is the property of the Highlands News-Sun, which is an affiliate of DR Media. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without the written permission of the publisher. All material submitted for publication becomes the property of the newspaper and may be edited for clarity and space, as well as reprinted, published and used in all media. Postmaster: Send address changes to : Highlands News-Sun, 315 U.S. 27 North, Sebring, FL 33870. COMMITMENT TO ACCURACY The Highlands News-Sun promptly corrects errors of fact appearing in its news stories. If you believe we have made an error, call the newsroom at 863-385-6155. If you have a question or comment about coverage, write to Romona Washington, executive editor, 315, U.S. 27 North, Sebring FL 33870; email editor@newssun.com or call 863-386-5634. OFFICE Location: 315 U.S. 27 North Sebring, FL 33870 Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday Phone: 863-385-6155 Main Fax: 863-385-1954 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 13 weeks Tax Total $53.30 $4.00 $57.30 26 weeks Tax Total $106.60 $8.00 $114.60 52 weeks Tax Total $213.20 $15.99 $229.19 EZ Pay Tax Totla $15.91 $1.19 $17.10 MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES 3 months $74.36 6 months $133.81 12 months $229.19 Your newspaper is delivered by an independent contractor. If you do not receive your home delivered newspaper by 6 a.m. on any daily publication date, or 7 a.m. Sunday, please phone the circulation department at 863-385-6155. PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays Tracy Weikel, Classified Account Executive tracy.weikel@highlandsnewssun.com 863-658-0307 LEGAL ADVERTISING Janet Emerson 863-386-5637 legals@highlandsnewssun.com CUSTOMER SERVICE Mike Henry, Office Manager 863-385-6155 michael.henry@highlandsnewssun.com SUBMIT NEWS & OBITS Email all obituaries and death notices to obits@highlandsnewssun.com Email all other announcements to highlandsnewssun@highlandsnewssun.com EDITORIAL Karen Clogston, Managing Editor Special Sections Editor 863-386-5835 karen.clogston@highlandsnewssun.com Alan Moody, Highlands Sun Editor Weekend Editor 863-386-5841 alan.moody@highlandsnewssun.comHIGHLANDSNEWS-SUN YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1919highlandsnewssun.com PUBLISHERTim Smolarick 863-386-5624 tim.smolarick@highlandsnewssun.com EXECUTIVE EDITOR Romona Washington 863-386-5634 romona.washington@highlandsnewssun.com RETAIL ADVERTISING Cliff Yeazel, Advertising Director 863-386-5844 cliff.yeazel@highlandsnewssun.com CIRCULATION Rob Kearley, Circulation Director 863-385-6155 rob.kearley@highlandsnewssun.com PRODUCTION Donna Scherlacher, MultiMedia/Production Director 863-386-5847 donna.scherlacher@highlandsnewssun.comArson conspirator sentenced to federal prisonAccomplices, including AP man, pleaded guiltyBy PHIL ATTINGERSTAFF WRITERSEBRING „ Friday marked the end of an arson conspiracy that resulted in three arrests, convictions and sentences, including that of an Avon Park man. U.S. District Judge Susan C. Bucklew sentenced Rashica Shaguana Ford, 39, of Sarasota, on Friday, Sept. 21 to nine years and two months in federal prison for conspiracy to commit arson in 2015. A federal jury found Ford guilty on June 8, 2018. Her co-conspirators „ 27-year-old Jodarin Marquis Whit“ eld of Sarasota and 40-yearold Herbert Adelphus Pinckney of Avon Park „ already pleaded guilty to throwing a lit Molotov cocktail against a Bradenton home because Ford had had an altercation with the owner. Whit“ eld was sentenced to eight years and three months in federal prison. Pinckney was sentenced to two years and six months in federal prison. They could have each faced a maximum penalty of 20 years in federal prison. According to releases from the U.S. Attorneys Of“ ce for the Middle District of Florida, both indictments and testimony at trial stated Whit“ eld, Pinckney, and Ford set “ re to a residential dwelling in Bradenton on March 11, 2015. Reportedly, Whit“ eld and Pinckney set “ re to the home by attempting to throw a Molotov cocktail through the victims bedroom window. It didnt break the window, however, and broke against the side of the house. In addition to the homeowner, another adult and six children were inside the home at the time, and got out safely. Reports said the arson was orchestrated by Ford, who was both Whit“ elds girlfriend and Pinckneys sister, as retaliation for a “ ght between her and the victim. The case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; the Bureau of Fire, Arson and Explosives Investigations; the Bradenton Police Department; the Bradenton Fire Department; the Sarasota County Sheriffs Of“ ce, and the Manatee County Sheriffs Of“ ce. It was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Carlton C. Gammons, and brought to trial as part of Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN), a program to bring together all levels of law enforcement to reduce violent crime and increase neighborhood safety. 1. The habanero chile pepper is around 100 times hotter than the jalapeno. 2. Studies have shown that eating habaneros, and other chili peppers, may assist in the burning of calories. 3. In the year 2000, the habanero held the title of worlds hottest pepper, but has since been dethroned. 4. Archaeologists have unearthed proof that the habanero has been included in the diets of human beings for over 8,000 years. 5. The habanero is a medium sized chile pepper, but packs a serious punch with an average Scoville rating of 100,000 … 350,000. Jalapenos have a Scoville rating of 2,500 to 5,000 for comparison. Source: https:// hotsaucefever.com/ hot-peppers/habanero/5 THINGS That Will Make YouSMARTER By KIM LEATHERMAN STAFF WRITERLAKE PLACID „ Stuart Park is going to the dogs „ literally. It is the site of the “ fth annual Barktoberfest pet adoption and fundraiser, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. The massive event is sponsored by Pawsitive Effects Inc., a 501 3 nonpro“ t run and founded by Steve and Gini Shevick. Proceeds from the event will be split among the 11 participating animal rescue organizations. The Shevicks have their own rescued animals but also knew they wanted to help out more. Thats when Pawsitive Effects formed. The nonpro“ t began fundraising to help animal rescues do what they do best. The event is a family-friendly and pet-friendly fun-“ lled day packed with something for every member of the family, whether they have two legs or four. Search for the purr-fect kitten or for mans best friend among rescue organizations from Highlands and surrounding counties. It is estimated that there will be over 75 pets available for adoption. In years past, there have been rabbits and even potbellied pigs. New this year is the microchip program. Highlands County Animal Services will be providing microchips for dogs and cats for $10 with no annual fee,Ž Gini Shevick said. You can reserve your microchip for that day at pawsitiveffects. org. Pawsitive Effects will match each $10 microchip fee to help support the new Highlands County Inmate and Dog Training Program. All the adoptable animals are ready for a loving home and adoption fees and policies are based on the individual rescue,Ž Gini Shevick said. The day provides fun activities such as photos with Santa or fall scenery, pet blessing, and even a costume contest.Ž There will be face painting by Tobys Clowns for the youngsters and rock painting with the GFWC Lake Placid Womens Club. Kona Icees and Beef OBradys will have food available. Rhondas Grooming will trim nails for a donation. Pets and people can take a great holiday picture with a decorated fall scene or with Santa. Guests will have a chance to win one of many gift baskets. Receive an additional chance to win a gift basket with the donation of quality, American-made pet food or cleaning supplies or toys. A 50/50 drawing will take place. A silent auction for fabulous items will raise more funds for the animals. Visitors can learn about volunteering for a local rescue organization and also determine if becoming a pet foster parent is right for them. Barktoberfest has its own Facebook page. For more information on scheduled events or the organizations involved, call Gini Shevick at 863-441-0351 or visit pawsitiveeffects.org.Tongues and tails are wagging about Barktoberfest A little princess hugs her new best friend at a previous Barktoberfest. COURTESY PHOTO/GINI SHEVICK Rev. Susan Rhodes blesses this well-behaved pup at a previous Barktoberfest. GET LOCAL NEWS STRAIGHT FROM THE SOURCE...YOU! 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www.highlandsnewssun.com September 25, 2018 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | A3adno=3614225-1Ive been insuring my late Aunts jewelry for a decade now, I was ensured a great home would be provided for her items and no more insurance payments. Wonderful people.Ž We were pleasantly surprised with their offer on our items that were just collecting dust so we turned our item into cash.Ž Frank and I were so impressed with the offer made by that I called my sisters to bring their items of interest. Everyone was thrilled..Ž MENS & LADIES WATCHES MODERN & ANTIQUE JEWELRY!PATEK PHILIPPE, VACHERON & CONSTANTINE, ROLEX, LE COULTRE, CARTIER, TIFFANY, INTERNATIONAL, UNIVERSAL, OMEGA, MOVADO, HAMILTON, GRUEN AND MANY MORE. POCKET WATCHES LIKE RAILROAD, TIME REPEATING, CHRONOGRAPHS, ENAMEL, BRING HIGHER PREMIUM PRICES. THERE IS ALWAYS DEMAND FOR ALL TYPES OF JEWELRY: EARRINGS, NECKLACES, BRACELETS, RINGS, BANGLE BRACELETS, CHARM BRACELETS IN GOLD, PLATINUM, STERLING SILVER, PLAIN OR WITH PRECIOUS STONES, LIKE DIAMONDS, RUBIES, SAPPHIRES, EMERALDS, OR OTHER SEMIPRECIOUS STONES. JEWELRY FROM THE ART DECO, ART NOUVEAU, VICTORIAN PERIOD, OR SIGNED JEWELRY LIKE CARTIER, TIFFANY, DAVID WEBB, AND MANY MORE DESIGNERS BRING HIGH PREMIUM PRICES. STERLING SILVERFLATWARE SETS, TEA SETS, BASKETS, BOWLS, CANDELABRUM, PICTURE FRAMES, TRAYS. WE PAY PREMIUM PRICES FOR TIFFANY, GEORG JENSEN, CARTIER & MORE. WE BUY ALL STERLING SILVER ITEMS! DIAMONDSWE BUY ALL DIAMONDS ANY SIZE OR SHAPE! DIAMONDS LARGER THAN 3CTS. ARE IN BIG DEMAND AND BRING HIGH PREMIUM PRICES! ALSO FANCY COLOR DIAMONDS ARE IN DEMAND. BRING IN FOR A QUOTEEMPIRE ESTATE BUYERSFOR MORE INFORMATION CALL:BUDDY at (865) 936-1737 or Office at (305) 248-7979SECURITY ON PREMISES. PLENTY OF PARKING AVAILABLE. AVAILABLE FOR HOUSE CALLSUS GOLD COINS US PAPER MONEYUS LARGE SIZE BILLS US SMALL SIZE BILLS SILVER CERTIFICATES FRACTIONAL CURRENCY $500, $1000, $10,000 BILLS $1.00 ...............................................$100 & UP $2.50...............................................$150 & UP $3.00 ..............................................$300 & UP $5.00 ..............................................$250 & UP $10.00 .............................................$500 & UP $20.00 ............................................$1100 & UP $20.00 HIGH RELIEF .....................$2500 & UPUS GOLD COINSSILVER DOLLARS (PRE 1936) ......$10 & UP HALFS (PRE 1965) .........................$ 4 & UP QUARTERS (PRE 1965) .................$ 2 & UP DIMES (PRE 1965) .........................$0.80 & UP INDIAN HEAD PENNIES .......Bring for a quote DO NOT CLEAN COINSWe moved into a smaller home and sold never use. Buddy treated us honestly and with respect. Couldnt be happier.Ž FOR OVER 40 YEARS! IF YOU HAVENT RECEIVED OUR OFFER, YOU HAVENT RECEIVED THE BEST OFFER! BV Estate Buyer Buddy VanTwuyver FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL BUDDY AT:(865) 936-1737 MON., SEPT. 24TH THRU WED., SEPT. 26TH € 10:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.LA QUINTA INN & SUITES 4115 US 27 SOUTH, SEBRING, FL 33870 U S G WE ALSO BUY ALL MAKES & MODELS OF CARS & TRUCKS!

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A4 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | September 25, 2018 www.highlandsnewssun.com commission meeting in June. Attorney to attorney, I wanted to give him an audience (and) see what hes observed,Ž Carmichael said, I wanted to give him that courtesy.Ž A study by Kimley-Horn and Associates, presented to the county on Jan. 2, 2018, recommended the county put aside $343,000 over the next two years to bring two public buildings up to spec: € The Government Center at 600 S. Commerce Ave., built in 1998 and housing the County Commission, Highlands County Tax Collector, Highlands County Property Appraiser, Supervisor of Elections and an annex of the Clerk of the Courts Of“ce. € The Government Annex at 501 S. Commerce Ave., built in 1973 and housing the countys engineering and development services: building, planning, zoning, code enforcement and economic development. Kimley Horns Brian Shamburger told commissioners that even if the buildings and their outside public areas dont comply fully, such as sidewalks and crosswalks, they should be “ne as long as they comply with the code for when they were built. Also, Shamburger said, the county only has to “x them as funds become available. For the 2017-2018 “scal years budget, the county had $110,688 budgeted toward ADA Transition Plan Improvements in the countys Capital Financial Strategy (CFS). Before the start of the 2018-19 budget process, the county had $114,009 budgeted in the CFS for ADA improvements. In order to balance the plan for the next 10 years, the county had to drop the allocation to $69,000 for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 “scal years, then bring it up to $103,000 in 20202021, with gradual increases of a few thousand dollars each year after that.ADAFROM PAGE 1A can request of“cial documents, such as birth certi“cates, which are a requirement for obtaining an identi“cation card. Once the homeless have identi“cation cards and a physical address, it is easier for them to complete a job application. Friends of the Homeless is seeking additional church sponsors and volunteer organizations to help feed the homeless. For information about volunteering to help, call Gene or Sherry Statler at 863-202-5962. Fred Schilffarth, treasurer with the Homeless Coalition, provides these 10 tips to help the homeless: 1. Always remember the homeless are someones father, mother, brother, sister or child. 2. Respect their privacy. 3. Understand their problems before trying to help. 4. Never give money; give love and understanding instead. 5. Establish rapport in order to gain their trust. Spend time talking with them and ask lots of questions. Listen to them. 6. Remember empathy, not sympathy. 7. Ask about their families; you are looking for a helpŽ partner. A family member may be able to provide assistance. 8. Beware of signs of depression or mental illness. 9. Be aware of a possible criminal history and take precautions in your interactions with the homeless. 10. Remember its their journey, and we are only there to guide them. When you see a homeless person, make them happy,Ž Schilffarth said. Buy them a Happy Meal.Ž Money may not be used appropriately, but food is a safe option for helping someone who is homeless. Providing a homeless person with food helps to establish trust and rapport. This opens the door to them talking about their problems, and once this door is open a solution may be only a few steps away.HOMELESSFROM PAGE 1A MELISSA MAIN/STAFFSt. John United Methodist Church will host free lunches for the homeless on Mondays at 11 a.m. Highlands Community Church and Grace Church are also partnering with St. John United Methodist Church on this ministry.approach the company because they have a guaranteed income from the lease of the property. They do not receive any other bene“ts such as a break on their electric bills. A number of things make a property suitable,Ž Jusidman said. One, is being in close proximity to a good point for interconnection. Here, you have a Duke Energy substation that is just south of the project. Thats big for this project. Then, we also make sure there arent any con”icting uses in the area and the land is relatively ”at. We do extensive environmental diligence to make sure that we are avoiding environmental impacts such as wetlands and species.Ž The solar company has already begun the environmental diligence with consultants from Florida and will still have to get “nal approval from the Department of Environmental Protection. EDF Renewables offers the land owners a longterm lease, according to Jusidman. She explained when the project is over the equipment can be removed and the land returned to normal. The project would end when the equipment becomes inef“cient and old. The companys goal is to have the project permitted this year and the construction commence in 2019, with power turning on in 2019. EDF Renewables states the project reduces carbon dioxide by 95,600 metric tons per year, which is the equivalent of 20,400 cars taken off the road. The project will be presented by Jusidman at a public open house, which is scheduled for 4-6 p.m. Wednesday at Lake Placid Town Hall, 311 W. Interlake Blvd.SOLARFROM PAGE 1A COURTESY PHOTOS/EDF RENEWABLESWorkers are maintaining a massive solar “eld. These solar panels are producing electricity while providing shaded parking.NEWS BRIEFS AP Chamber LuncheonAVON PARK „ The Avon Park Chamber of Commerce Networking Luncheon will take place at noon Thursday at Hotel Jacaranda on Main Street. Doors open at 11:45 a.m. The luncheon is sponsored by Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center, with guest speaker Jill Jernigan. Lunch is $13. Seating is limited.VFW Italian dinnerAVON PARK „ The VFW Post 9853 will have an Italian dinner from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Friday at 75 N. Olivia Drive in Avon Park. Dinner includes chicken Parmesan with spaghetti, wedge salad and strawberry cream pie for $8. Bene“ts nurses training. Smoke-free dining room. Public welcome.Lee Allcorn Trio to playLAKE PLACID „ The Lee Allcorn Trio will play from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday at the American Legion Post 25 in Lake Placid, 1490 U.S. 27 North. For more information, call 863-465-0975.Democratic Womens Club to meetSEBRING „ The next regular meeting of the Democratic Womens Club of Highlands County will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at DEC Headquarters, 4216 Sebring Parkway, next to Ruby Tuesday. Meet and greet at 9:30 a.m. For more information, contact President Susie Johnson at 863-385-0008 or DEC Headquarters at 863-385-8601.APCI fall plant saleAVON PARK „ Therapy Thru Plants will have its annual Fall Plant Sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Avon Park Correctional Institute, 8100 County Road 64. Lunch is available for $5. Bring your own cart or wagon to transport plants. 863-385-SKIN (7546)HeartlandSkinCenter.comJennifer A. Wolf, PA-C5825 US 27 North Sebring, FL 33872 Heartland Skin CenterOur Specialty is You Have you Had Your Skin Cancer Screening This Year? 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www.highlandsnewssun.com September 25, 2018 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | A5By MELISSA MAINSTAFF WRITERSEBRING „ Sebring City Council members approved on Sept. 21 a 2018-2019 budget that was only slightly higher than the previous year. According to the City Finance Director Penny Robinson, the “nal budget for the new year is $28,509,103. The budget for the previous “scal year of 2017-2018 was $27,086,447. The 20182019 budget experienced a 5.25 percent increase from the previous year. On Friday, Sept. 21, the Sebring City Council also approved the “nal millage rate for 2018-2019. The millage rate of 5.3184 was approved on the second and “nal reading. This millage rate was an increase of 1.69 percent to the rolled-back rateŽ of 5.2298. The roll-back rate is the rate that would generate the same amount of revenue from taxes as the amount raised the year before. The Sebring City Council held additional meetings on Wednesday, Sept. 19 and Friday to vote on sign regulations, enforcement action against Lamar Corporation, the millage rate and the “nal budget. These meetings were in addition to the regular meeting, held on Tuesday, Sept. 18. City Council Members Scott Stanley and Mark Stewart were not present at the Sept. 18 regular City Council meeting, and the council did not have enough members to vote on the enforcement action against Lamar Corporation. Charlie Lowrance owns a billboard business, so he refrained from voting on the action. That left only two members to vote on the enforcement regulations „ Council Members Lenard Carlisle and Tom Dettman. The vote was moved to Sept. 19 at 5:15 p.m. to have additional council members present to vote. On Aug. 7, 2018, the Sebring City Council had instructed staff to proceed with legal action against the Lamar Corporation. After Hurricane Irma destroyed Lamar Corporations sign, the company rebuilt the billboard in a prohibited area. Gwynne Young, an attorney with Carlton Fields Law Firm, will serve as co-counsel with Swaine & Harris P.A. for violations of the City of Sebring Sign Code. Young has experience with sign litigation, City Attorney Bob Swaine said. City Council members approved the enforcement action against Lamar Corporation and the engagement letter with Carlton Fields Law Firm on Sept. 19. The engagement letter gave details about the fees, which were $375 per hour, and the scope of representation, which was co-counsel to represent the City of Sebring in the enforcement action against Lamar Corporation. The Sebring City Council also approved Ordinance No. 1427 regarding sign regulations in the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) district and the historic district. This ordinance was approved on the “rst reading. The second and “nal public hearing for this ordinance will be on Tuesday, Oct. 2.Sebring City Council approves budget and millage rate ROBINSONOBITUARIES Clyde HoyleClyde Hoyle, 94, of Lake Placid, Florida died Sept. 22, 2018 in Lake Placid. He was born in Lincolnton, North Carolina. A veteran of the Korean Con”ict serving in the US Army, he retired from Homestead Power and Light before moving to Lake Placid and was a member of Placid Temple Church of God. Clyde moved to Lake Placid from Dillon, South Carolina. He is survived by his wife, Gloria; son, Larry (Beverly) Hoyle; stepchildren, Faye Butler, Jackie Irby, Diane Huckaby, Yvon Shumans and David Shumans; brothers, Roy and Russell Hoyle; granddaughter, Cynthia Pasznik; and great-grandchildren, Nicholas and Anna Pasznik. Visitation will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018 at Placid Temple Church of God with a service to follow at 11 a.m. Burial at Oak Hill Cemetery, Lake Placid. morrisfuneralchapel.comKenneth M. KnoxKenneth Michael Knox (Mike), 73, of Lake Placid, Florida went to be with his Lord on June 14, 2018 at Good Shepherd Hospice in Sebring, Florida after a brave battle with cancer. He was born in Miami, Florida on Aug. 16, 1944 to Wilbur Clifford Knox and Mary Lucille Smith Knox. Mike grew up in Hollywood, Florida and graduated from McArthur High School in 1962. He graduated from Florida State Universitys School of Business with a bachelors degree in accounting in 1966. After brie”y attending Florida State Universitys Law School, he served in the United States Army Reserves. Mike became a CPA and worked until the week before his death. Mike also started a family mail order business and shipped caladium bulbs all over the country. He dearly loved Jesus, his family, friends, clients and his work. He is survived by his loving wife, Bonnie; daughter, Karen Nietubicz (Doug) of Sebring; son, Michael (Claire) of Orlando; grandchildren, Brendan Nietubicz, 13, Peyton Nietubicz, 10 and Sarah Camille Knox, 3; brother, Gary Knox of Lake Placid; sisters, Karen Chambers of Palm Bay, Florida and Auty Knox of Islamorada, Florida, and umpteen gillion nieces and nephews. He was fondly known as Great, Great Uncle Mike.Ž He was preceded in death by his brother, Leroy Clifford Knox of Agenda, Kansas, and his parents. A celebration of life gathering is planned for 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018 in Friendship Hall, First Presbyterian Church, 118 N. Oak Ave. in Lake Placid. All are welcome and anyone who would like may bring food and stories to share.George L. MattesonGeorge L. Matteson, 69, of Avon Park, Florida, passed away Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018. He was born June 6, 1949 in Erie, Pennsylvania to George D. Matteson and Marie A. Webster. George proudly served in the U.S. Marines during the Vietnam War. After the Marines he worked as a track supervisor for the railroad and drove school bus for over 12 years. In retirement he enjoyed his animals, working around his house and was a member of the VFW. He had been a Florida resident since 1998, coming from Spartansburg, Pennsylvania. Survivors include his wife, Mary Matteson of Avon Park, Florida; daughters, Taunya St. John (Randy Gilman) of Okeechobee, Florida, Michelle Vanderhoff (Charles) of Mulberry, Florida and Melissa Montigny (Eric) of Bartow, Florida; sisters, Elaine Rudy (Joe) of Guys Mills, Pennsylvania, Marlena Wilhelm (Wilfred) of Centerville, Pennsylvania and Karen Downer (John) of Roanoke, Virginia; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents; sons, David Matteson, Bruce Matteson and Baby Matteson; brother, Robin Matteson; and grandsons, Michael and Nicholas St. John. Arrangements entrusted to Stephenson-Nelson Funeral Home, 111 E. Circle St., Avon Park, FL 33825. Online condolences may be left at s tephensonnelsonfh.com. Grant, $90K, to prevent encroachment on APAFRCounty part of promo video on federal programBy PHIL ATTINGERSTAFF WRITERSEBRING „ Highlands County has received a $90,000 Florida Defense Support Task Force Grant to help prevent encroachment on the Avon Park Air Force Range. In addition to that, out of seven Sentinel Landscapes surrounding military bases in the United States, the Range was chosen as one of three to be a “lming location for a 20to 25-minute feature explaining the bene“ts of the program, said Range Operations Of“cer Buck MacLaughlin, former Range commanding of“cer. The presentation features Dr. Hilary Swain of Archbold Biological Station and wildlife photographer Carlton Ward, who has documented much of the wildlife of the area. Swain was recorded in a “lm clip as saying that the Sentinel Landscape works at a scale that nature works,Ž and it works at a scale that nature functions.Ž She also said the partnership has the ability to unite people who have different needs for the landscape but all agree on preserving it. Its hopeful and uniting,Ž Swain said in the “lm. MacLaughlin was on hand last Tuesday when the County Commission of“cially received the grant at its regular meeting. For us to be recognized really re”ects on the partnership,Ž MacLaughlin said. In essence, the Sentinel Landscapes Partnership is a joint initiative of the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Defense and the Interior, which started in 2013. Sentinel Landscapes, according to sentinellandscapes.org, are working or natural lands where preserving the working and rural character of the land will strengthen the economies of farms, ranches, and forests; conserve habitat and natural resources, and protect vital test and training missions on military installations adjacent to such landscapes. MacLaughlin called it a win-win-winŽ for each mission, thanks to a variety of partners, including the Highlands County Board of County Commission. Usually we come to say we need more skin in the game,Ž said Jennifer Codo-Salisbury, deputy director of the Central Florida Regional Planning Council. Instead, she said, the grant represented a way of providing funds to help make farm operations viable enough to stay as farms, encouraging owners not to sell or develop land that is lies close to the Range. We hope to bring landowners to the table in a way that conservation easements do not,Ž MacLaughlin said. County Administrator Randy Vosburg told commissioners that the CFRPC is doing the heavy liftingŽ within the current contracts with the county. The grant program is a reimbursement grant, so the county has to pay up front, then get reimbursed. County Planning Supervisor Joedene Thayer said in the past, funds have come out of the countys General Fund. She said reimbursement doesnt take that long.Ž When asked for clari“cation, she said three months. Brooks pointed out that the county only has $110,000 allocated to this program, but CodoSalisbury said the grant will be spread out over 18 months, giving the county time to get reimbursed as the program progresses. She also said the Sentinel Landscapes program would increase the number of toolsŽ available to help negotiate with landowners. When Commission Vice Chair Jim Brooks asked her what those toolsŽ might be, Codo-Salisbury said a lot of the program is unexplored territoryŽ for the most part. This grant is to explore that.Ž Given that its open-ended,Ž Brooks said, he hoped local of“cials would get to approve those toolsŽ before they are applied. MacLaughlin said he couldnt speak to that, but said hes worked closely with the North Carolina Sentinel Landscape around Fort Bragg and Fayetteville. He said he planned a trip to Washington, D.C., where some of those details would get ”eshed out.Ž One option, he said, would have landowners agree to take certain actions with their lands in exchange for having this program to pay their property taxes. Commissioner Ron Handley, noting the potential that family members could bene“t from the program, abstained from the vote. By Special to Highlands News-SunLAKE PLACID „ Due to a major line break in the Lake Blue area, the towns water system lost pressu re. Loss of pressure requires the issuance of a precautionary boil water notice. The boil water notice affected the town water system in Lake Blue area (excluding Raceway and the Holiday Inn). A precautionary boil water notice will be in effect until a rescind notice has been issued. It is expected to be issued at 9 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 27. As required by the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation (FAC 655.340 etc), the utility must have two consecutive days of passing bacteriological samples taken. A rescind notice will be issued when passing results are received from the laboratory. As a precaution, the Town of Lake Placid Utilities Department suggests that all water used for drinking or cooking be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute or longer is sufficient. As an alternate, bottled water may be used. If you have any questions or need more information, contact the Town of Lake Placid Utilities Department at 863-699-3747.Precautionary boil water noticeDonate coffee for U.S. troops at BAMBy MELISSA MAINSTAFF WRITERSEBRING „ A good cup of joe can brighten a soldiers day, especially when serving overseas, thousands of miles away from home. Books-A-Million provides that taste of home to soldiers serving abroad and veterans living in Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals with the help of community members who purchase a bag of coffee at BAM for $9.99 [with a discount card it is $8.99, and with an educator card it is $7.99]. People can buy a bag of freshly ground Joe Muggs coffee and write a personalized message to let troops know that they appreciate their service. We will be running this campaign from Sept. 30-Oct. 28,Ž Stacy Osorio, co-manager of BAM said. BAM works directly with Soldiers Angels to get the coffees to the soldiers, both near and far.Ž So many veterans say, I received coffee while overseas, and it made my day,Ž Jason Sponenberg, assistant general manager of BAM, said. Those veterans pay it forward and donate bags of coffee to current service members.Ž MELISSA MAIN/STAFFJason Sponenberg, Assistant General Manager of Books-AMillion, explained the coee donation program for U.S. troops serving overseas and for veterans living in Veterans Aairs hospitals. Proudly Serving Highlands County 3Ž GREAT VENUES! EXPIRES 9/30/18$1800GOLFper person Incl. tax. EXPIRES 9/30/18$14000SUMMER 10-PLAY CARDIncl. tax. EXPIRES 9/30/18$10009 HOLES ANYTIMEper person Incl. tax. 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A6 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | September 25, 2018 www.highlandsnewssun.com VIEWPOINTS HIGHLANDSNEWS-SUN YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1919Tim Smolarick Publisher tim.smolarick@highlandsnewssun.com Romona Washington Executive Editor romona.washington@highlandsnewssun.com Cliff Yeazel Advertising Director cliff.yeazel@highlandsnewssun.com Rob Kearley Circulation Director rob.kearley@highlandsnewssun.com Donna Scherlacher Multi-Media/Production Director donna.scherlacher@highlandsnewssun.com SUNANOTHER VIEW JOIN THE CONVERSATIONLetters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. We will not accept any Letters to the Editor that ment ion a business in a negative tone, as they have no means to defend themselves. Please keep Letters to the Editor to less than 250 w ords. 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. In the case of letters that are emailed, the same rules apply. Due to the number of letters received, we are able to run only four letters 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 i n 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 Highlands News-Sun, Letters to the Editor, 315 US 27 North Sebring, FL 33870, or fax to 863-385-1954. Readers may also email Letters to the Editor to editor@newssun.com.Lifes twists and turnsAfter spending my childhood in Panama, Central America, my dad and I moved to Sebring in 1976. After a little over a year in Sebring, we moved to Lake Placid right after school started. In the late 1970s, the Lake Placid High School boys basketball program was a powerhouse. I was new to the school, loved basketball, but I didnt think I stood a chance to make the team so I wasnt even going to try out. Isnt it interesting how our lives are full of unexpected twists and turns, which end up affecting us in profound ways? For example, our move to Lake Placid resulted in me coaching basketball for over 30 years. You see, what happened was that I met Coach Steve Bullard. I would go on to play two years for him and a few years later have the honor of coaching with him, too. The rest of the story is that I coached basketball from 1984-2015, at many levels. I got to coach my youngest daughter, Whitney, in high school and she went on to play four years of college basketball. Whats even cooler is that she loves coaching basketball and is a great coach in her own right. I even got to be her assistant coach for a year. All of this as a result of moving to Lake Placid, meeting Coach Bullard who asked me to play basketball, and the rest, as they say, is history. Some encounters have minimal impacts on your life, these have their place, too. Other times, though, what starts out as a chance encounter can turn into something else. Have you ever been somewhere and just happenedŽ to run into someone who changed your life? I was in Lake Placid on leave from the Air Force and went by to visit one of my former employers and friends. We were catching up when, in one of those unplanned twists of life, through the door in walked this beautiful girl. I was instantly smitten, again. I say, again, because we had previously dated in high school. I hadnt seen her in quite a few years as we had gone our separate ways. Well, we renewed our friendship, spent some time together and here we are, still married after 35 years, with two beautiful daughters, an incredible son-in-law, and the two most wonderful granddaughters in the world. My life changed forever. So, what about your life? How have lifes unexpected twists and turns affected you? It would be nave to say that all of these types of events lead to something good and positive. They dont. Life is very hard and can surely seem to be unfair. Lets take this line of thinking just a little deeper. I have purposely used the words chanceŽ and randomŽ in this column. However, Im not really sure I believe in chanceŽ and random.Ž My faith compels me to believe that my steps are ordered and there is a supernatural Being who will take all events and use them for my good. I have a life full of examples that substantiate this claim. Many times, while going through a particularly dif“cult time, it seemed as if no possible good could result. However, in the rearview mirror of life, its purpose is clearly be seen. Mike Lee is a teacher and coach. More information at www.simpleelifecoach.com.NEVER A DULL MOMENTMike Lee Looking at Placid Lakes, Lorida VFDsThis is the third of a “ve-part series introducing you to your local volunteer “re chiefs. The new “re assessment that takes effect Oct. 1, 2018 does not eliminate volunteers but will supplement volunteers with paid “re“ghters and will begin the process to “x and build stations, while improving the condition of our apparatus ”eet.Placid Lakes Volunteer Fire DepartmentThe Placid Lakes Volunteer Fire Department, station 39, was formed around 1970. The original building is still in use today and is the right side of the existing structure. An addition of three bays provided much needed room in the early 1990s. In 1970, those having an emergency dialed a published number that rang to members homes. Around 1982, Placid Lakes got together with the Lake Placid VFD and hired a retired Florida Highway Patrol dispatcher to facilitate communications. The dispatcher set up in his own home and dispatched only for Placid Lakes and Lake Placid. Eventually, Highway Park and Sun n Lakes of Lake Placid VFDs joined this dispatch system, until countywide 911 services eventually took over. Mark Fortier marked 40 years of service with the Placid Lakes Volunteer Fire Department this past June. Mark has served as chief since 1985 and has therefore overseen signi“cant change in the “re service in general. When Mark and his family moved to Placid Lakes in 1972, he worked as a contractor. A plumber he was working for, who happened to be the local “re chief at the time, asked Mark, with your young family you just moved here, what would you do if nobody came?Ž Mark says, that got me in the door,Ž and the rest is proverbial history. Mark recalls the VFD had $800 in the bank when he joined and members didnt have coats or gloves. They used that money to buy as many coats and gloves as they could. It is interesting to note, that today one “re coat, just one, costs $1,180. Adding “re pants is another $850 each. Funding for the VFDs changed dramatically when Placid Lakes formed a Special Bene“t District (SBD) for “re services. Between the SBD, barbecue sales and boot-driveŽ fundraisers, the PLVFD was bringing in approximately $20,000 annually. At that time, the PLVFD response area consisted of approximately 250 homes covering 6,000 acres, plus an additional 7,000-plus protected acres on contract. The PLVFDs “rst unit was a 1950s model Jeep, with a 275-gallon water tank and an 8 horse-power pump, which was provided by the Forestry Division. Mark comments that the Jeeps top speed was 32 mph downhill with a tailwind.Ž A prior chief to Marks tenure brought a 1950s engine down from up north,Ž however the engine never pumped. They “nally purchased a new 1978 Ford class A engine, which is currently a parade engine. In 2006, a new pumper-tanker was purchased for $240,000. Placid Lakes is getting ready to order the next new unit, likely closing in on $500,000 ƒ thats an awful lot of barbecues, brownie sales, and boot-drives. Thankfully, the county-wide Fire Assessment will begin to provide funding to upgrade the ”eet. This new engine will be the “rst one vetted through a new department-wide apparatus work group. Chief Fortier laments the challenges of staf“ng and training standards in a 2018 environment. The VFD used to be able to conduct all training Difficult, but necessaryHurricane Florence had barely made landfall in the Carolinas when the first rescue calls came in. In a matter of seconds, my house was flooded up to the waist, and now it is to the chest,Ž Peggy Perry of New Bern, North Carolina, told CNN. We are stuck in the attic.Ž Perry and her relatives were rescued, as were hundreds of others who ignored mandatory evacuation orders and were caught in the rising waters of Florences storm surge. Thank God „ and the first responders „ for that. The situation is dumbfounding as it is horrifying. With what was a Category 4 storm bearing down on the coast of the Carolinas, many residents ignored a mandatory evacuation order issued several days in advance. While predictable, this is unacceptable. We shudder to think about the outcome had the storm not weakened as it approached the coast. Had Florence made landfall with 140 mph winds instead of 90 mph winds, would the rescue crews have reached the stubborn in time? Would they have reached them at all? Evacuations are difficult. To abandon home and property goes against our basic instincts. You leave town understanding one thing: You have no idea what you will return to. Perhaps you will find nothing more than a yard cluttered with plant debris. Then again, you could discover your house flooded, crushed by a downed tree or missing its roof. Whats more, fleeing often involves sitting in traffic, imposing on relatives or friends and unexpected financial outlays. Worst of all, you dont know when you will be allowed to return after the storm passes. ... We here in the Coastal Empire and lowcountry understand these realities all too well. In the last 20 years, three major storms have prompted evacuations. Two of them „ Hurricane Floyd in 1999 and Hurricane Irma last year „ moved away as they neared shore. Hurricane Matthew missed wide, passing 20 miles east of Tybee and Hilton Head in October 2017. The storm still downed hundreds of trees and flooded many homes and businesses. We gained knowledge with each event. Floyd led the state to develop the Interstate 16 counterflowŽ plan to ease evacuations. Now when officials call for residents to leave, the eastbound lanes of the highway are converted to westbound. Matthew convinced the ride-it-out crowd to rethink that position „ if a Category 1 storm that misses us causes this kind of damage and leaves us without power for several days, whats the point of staying? Irma taught officials to moderate their message in advance of a storm. Projected to be the storm of the century,Ž Irma led to an early call for an evacuation. Then the hurricanes track changed and it passed into the Gulf of Mexico. For all the lessons learned locally in recent years, we cannot discount the nightmare scenario Carolinians are experiencing with Florence. A direct hit by a hurricane is nature unleashed. The storm surge alone can fill structures with water in minutes. Even weaker hurricanes can kill, especially in low-lying areas such as ours. ...The debate that raged last week „ about whether to stay or go should the track change „ is folly. The next time the call comes, get out. One stubborn North Carolinian interviewed on NBC on Friday morning said, Ive been here 50 years and been through lots of hurricanes. We didnt think it would be that bad.Ž He was wrong and so were hundreds of others. They put more than themselves in jeopardy; they endangered the rescue crews, too. Only those whose jobs require they ride out the storm „ emergency and medical personnel and a small number of media representatives „ should do so. Other residents who choose to stay demonstrate a level of irresponsibility that borders on criminal. Trust emergency management officials when it comes to hurricane threats. We thank them and support their efforts to keep our citizens safe. An editorial from the Savannah Morning News.BASHOOR | 7APUBLIC SAFETYMarc Bashoor

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Burnikel9/25/18Monday’s Puzzle Solved9/25/18 CROSSWORD PUZZLES in-house and used acquired structuresŽ to make sure members were prepared. Standards and safety regulations are much broader 40 years later, making in-house training less certi“able, and acquired structures not impossible, yet less attractive. Chief Fortier anticipates mostly ego challenges with the new formation of a Highlands County combination department, a common echo of fear around the country. Mark agrees we will ultimately be providing more reliable service with some paid “re“ghters sittingŽ in the station instead of having to wait for all of the volunteers coming from home. Chief Fortier is proud of how the PLVFD has been run, saying they have tried to have a good command structure, so that no matter who responds, everyone can do everything in his department. He accepts the fact that “re“ghters are public safety representatives, and that everyone who comes through that door needs to be and act like an adult. Other than the egos, Mark believes the next biggest challenge will be combining operational methods from 10 ways of doing things into one ƒ a challenge indeed, however not something thats insurmountable. Chief Fortiers most memorable incident was a head-on accident on Route 70 between an SUV with four teens and a 12-passenger van with eight people. The four in the SUV and one in the van were killed. This was a period just after AeromedŽ began ”ying medivac. Four helicopters landed on the scene to transport the other seven patients to the hospital. Route 70 was closed in both directions for 11 hours. Mark wants to thank the community for all the support over the years, helping out “re“ghters with fundraising, with food and water on the scene of incidents, and for just shaking hands and saying hi. He encourages everyone to think about defensible spaces around their structures. Residents and landowners help with vegetation control will go miles towards helping the “re department save more.Lorida Volunteer Fire DepartmentThe Lorida VFD was established in the late 1960s, one of the oldest VFDs in Highlands County. At one time, the LVFD boasted “ve stations, the most of any VFD in the county. Considering the territory they covered, that was understandable. The current station 24 on U.S. 98 is the original location, with the land having been conveyed to the VFD for as long as the VFD exists. This is one of only two facilities in Highlands County not owned by Highlands County (West Sebring station 9 is the other). Carl Beckman joined the Lorida VFD in 2006 and has been chief for the past three-plus years. The operation is a family affair for Carl, with his son and daughter in the process of joining, and his wife serving as an administrative member. Sustaining membership has been a struggle, with training standards and family/ work time commitments competing all around. Additionally, the current station is recognizably in a poor and vulnerable location: up against the highway, with railroad tracks on the other side, and routinely ”ooding ditches in between. With the advent of the county-wide Fire Assessment, the county will be looking for a new location in the coming years. None of the LVFD stations exist as “re stations today. The most recent closure was an adhoc station 24, which was a storage bay at Musslemans Storage on Kenilworth Boulevard/Airport Road. The most recent “re at Musslemans Storage resulted in soot damage to the engine that had been stored there since 2002. The engine was used on the larger “re there earlier in 2018. Station 25 was a wooden structure off of Boon Dock Road, at the head of 9-mile grade just off of U.S. 98. That facility, on land that had been leased to the VFD, was lost in a land dispute with a new owner in 2016. The VFD lacked funds to support a legal effort to keep the land, so the community lost what service could be provided from that location. Station 26 was located farther down 9-mile grade at the Hidden Acres mobile home park. That was an open metal building, still housing a privately owned “re engine today. Chief Beckman works with the owner to keep the engine running, just in case somebody needs it. Station 27 was located on Route 70 at the Kissimmee River. This was basically a carport with a tanker pumper housed underneath. Located on private land in the 1980s, the facility was destroyed by the series of hurricanes in 2004. Chief Beckman asks the community to continue supporting the LVFD; they need members and could use just about all kinds of support. Carl too asks residents to help the “re department by clearing vegetation and debris to create defensible spaces around structures. Carl looks forward to the county-wide Fire Assessment bringing some much needed funding to the Lorida area, starting with a new pumper-tanker being designed this coming year. In our next article, well take a look at the Sun n Lakes of Lake Placid and Leisure Lakes VFDs. Well “nish up the series up after that with the Highlands Park and Lake Placid VFDs. Marc Bashoor is public safety director for Highlands County. He can be reached by email at mbashoor@hcbcc.org. Guest columns are the opinion of the writer, not necessarily that of the Highlands News-Sun.BASHOORFROM PAGE 6ABy BILL ROGERSCORRESPONDENTSEBRING „ Denise Stegall remembers a year ago this month after Hurricane Irma battered Highlands County when supplies showed up „ by the truckload „ at St. John United Methodist Church in Sebring. It was the kindness of people she didnt know who responded in a big way. Stegall recalled the feeling that you get in your heart when you see perfect strangers have done that.Ž People in North and South Carolina find themselves in a similar situation after the region was recently ravaged by Hurricane Florence. When there became a chance for me to do that for somebody else, it was a no-brainer,Ž she said. It was like lets do that.Ž Stegall, who said she was raised in Burlington, North Carolina, and has relatives living in the state, is coordinating a project to help those in need there by sending what are called flood buckets.Ž The five-gallon round buckets will be filled with cleaning items that include liquid laundry detergent, liquid dish soap, liquid concentrate household cleaner, pump spray air freshener, insect repellent, scrub brush, cleaning wipes, clothespins, clothesline, work gloves and heavy-duty trash bags. Stegall met with Rev. Ron DeGenaro Jr., the churchs pastor, and they found out about the buckets from the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR). DeGenaro said the church is looking for a trailer to transport the buckets. It will rent one if necessary. Those in the community who would like to donate may do so by going to the church at 33631 Grand Prix Drive, which is next to Walmart. The donations will be accepted today [Tuesday] and Wednesday in the mornings in the church office and in the afternoons in the fellowship hall. Volunteers will be preparing the buckets on those days. I think people so want to give, they just want to make sure they are giving it in the right direction,Ž Stegall said. If they know St. John is behind it, they know it is going in the right place.Ž Eric Hurst, who is a member of the church, is planning to take the buckets to the Carolinas later this week.Church gathers items for flood buckets BILL ROGERS/CORRESPONDENTRev. Ron DeGenaro Jr. and Denise Stegall are shown with the buckets and cleaning items that will be sent to help those recovering from Hurricane Florence.

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www.highlandsnewssun.com September 25, 2018 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | A9LOCAL SPORTS SPECIAL TO HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUNTrenton Estep picked up his 12th and 13th podium results of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama season at Sonoma Raceway. That means the No. 3 JDX Racing Porsche GT3 Cup machine and its 18-year-old driver from San Antonio, Texas, has only missed the podium once this year so far. There are only two more races left on this years schedule … on Thursday, Oct. 11 and Friday, Oct. 12 at Road Atlanta as part of the Motul Petit Le Mans event weekend for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship … and Estep will go into that “rst of two 45-minute races with a 31-point lead over No. 1 Kelly-Moss Road and Race Porsche driver Roman De Angelis. Its a comfortable lead, to be sure, but Estep is taking nothing for granted. In order to win a championship, you have to be consistent,Ž Estep said. Weve de“nitely focused on trying to be consistent and trying not to put ourselves in any dangerous positions on track. Were just trying to stay out of trouble and just “nish the best we can and not cause any problems. Weve managed to do that. Its been good. Its worked out for us. Now, we have two more rounds at Atlanta.Ž Esteps lead in the JDX Racing seeks a strong finishTeam leads in Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge IMSA PHOTOJDX Racings Trenton Estep leads the point standings in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama. SPECIAL TO HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUNHIAWASSEE, Ga. „ By the time Justin Lucas made it to the stage during Sundays “nal weigh-in for the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship at Lake Chatuge, Georgia, the drama was all but gone. Lucas came into the event with an eight-point lead in the AOY season standings „ and after solid catches on Thursday and Friday, he had stretched that lead to an almost-insurmountable 47 points. Plus, his closest competition in the race, Arizona angler Josh Bertrand, decided not to “sh Sunday because his wife is expected to deliver their second child any time now back home. It eliminated all the suspense, but that suited Lucas just “ne. The California native turned Alabama resident caught “ve bass that weighed only 11 pounds, 14 ounces Sunday. But his three-day weight of 39-0 was more than enough to give him the AOY title and the biggest accomplishment of his young, ”ourishing career. I wanted this so badly,Ž Lucas said. The build-up to this tournament affected every part of my life. I havent been sleeping because I would wake up in the middle of the night thinking about my game plan for this week. Ive told my family and friends just to bear with me for a few more days, and everything would be okay „ and now its all good.Ž The gravity of the award hit Lucas and moved him to tears on stage. You think about the guys whove won this title „ Gerald Swindle, Kevin VanDam „ its unbelievable,Ž he said. Im the 23rd guy whos ever won this in the 50-year history of B.A.S.S., and thats humbling.Ž Lucas came into the week knowing if he “nished inside the Top 8 he couldnt lose the AOY title „ even if Bertrand won the tournament. His Sunday weight helped lift him into seventh place and capped a dominant “nish to his 2018 season. The seventh-place showing marked his “fth straight Top 12 appearance in a Bassmaster Elite Series event, dating back Lucas wins Angler Of The Year titleCruises to eases victory on Lake Chatuge PHOTO BY SEIGO SAITO/B.A.S.S.Justin Lucas takes the 2018 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year title on Lake Chatuge, Georgia, with 820 points. HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN SPORTS STAFFThe Tommy Todd Memorial/NU-HOPE Clay Shoot will be held on Saturday, Oct. 13 at Quail Creek Plantation in Okeechobee. Registration opens at 8:30 am, with a shotgun start at 9:30 am. Entry fee is $125 per shooter, with a special discount offered to all Law Enforcement participants. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Awards will be given to the highest individual, female, youth, and team scores. A complimentary grilled sausage breakfast and BBQ Chicken and Ribs lunch is provided for all registered participants. Up for bid at the silent auction is a Remington 870 Express Pump Action Shotgun, donated by Shawn Martz and Bryans Outdoor World of Lake Wales, combined with an overnight stay at Quail Creek Plantation, donated by Quail Creek. The winner of the annual Gun Raf”e Package, provided by The Gun Rack of Sebring, will also be drawn. This years gun is a Henry 22 LR Lever Action Rif”e and Scope. Tickets for the gun raf”e are available for $5 each or 5 for $20, and may be obtained by contacting NU-HOPE. NU-HOPE wishes to thank the following members of the NU-HOPE Heartland Alliance for Aging for helping to make this event possible: MIDFLORIDA Credit Union, Bowman Steel, ABC Appliances, CenterState Bank, and Heacock Insurance. For more information, please contact Laurie Murphy at (863) 382-2134 or via email at MurphyL@nuhope.org. So come on out, join us for the NU-HOPE Clay Shoot, and have fun while helping seniors to remain vital members of our community! Lane Crosson Golf Tournament The Lane Crosson Memorial Golf tournament will be held on Saturday, Oct. 20 at Pinecrest Golf Club. The tournament bene“ts Jade Jackson who is a 20-year-old girl who has been “ghting brain cancer since 2013. Her cousin Lane Crosson was one of her biggest supporters. Jade travels to Augusta, Ga., once a month where she receives treatment in a clinical trial. The golf tournament is a four-person scramble format and the cost is $240 for each foursome. The tournament has an 8 a.m. shotgun start and after the round is complete a lunch will be served. The “eld is limited to the “rst 28 teams to NU-HOPE Clay Shoot coming up By JIM TAYLORCORRESPONDENTSEBRING … The Sebring Blue Streak Pee Wee Youth Football team met its toughest opponent of the season in the Okeechobee Brahmans in a game that will essentially determine the top seed in District 5 of the Mid Florida Football & Cheer Conference (MFFCC). The Sebring Pee Wee team defeated the Okeechobee Brahmans by a score of 18-6 on Saturday to improve to 7-1 on the season, while the loss dropped Okeechobee to 4-3. It was Sebring that got the ball “rst and wanted to prove its dominance on the “rst possession with a methodical 60-yard drive that took over seven minutes with Allan Paul capping off the march with a 5-yard touchdown run. Okeechobee answered, letting Sebring know that this was not going to be a walk in the park as they drove the ball in the same manner Sebring did and reached the Blue Streaks 14-yard before the drive stalled and they turned the ball over on downs. The Sebring offense turned the ball back over to the Brahmans on a lost fumble on the Sebring 15. Five plays later, the Brahmans tied the game at 6 on a 1-yard run with 4:35 left in the “rst half and the two teams Blue Streaks beat BrahmansSebring tops Okeechobee in youth football PHOTO BY JIM TAYLOR/CORRESPONDENTSebring Pee Wee Allan Paul breaks through the Okeechobee line to scor e his second touchdown in Saturdays game. The Blue Streak s topped the Brahmans by a score of 18-6. Sebrings Dajuan Austin runs a double reverse during Saturdays win over Okeechobee in Pee Wee youth football.STREAKS | 10A SHOOT | 10A ANGLER | 10A RACING | 10A

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A10 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | September 25, 2018 www.highlandsnewssun.com remained tied at 6 going into the intermission. Okeechobee got the ball “rst to start the second half and again drove down the “eld, taking nearly eight minutes off the clock before turning the ball over on downs at the Sebring 24-yard line. On Sebrings “rst play of the second half, Viraud Grant broke loose around the right side for 51 yards to the Okeechobee 25yard line. A double reverse got the Blue Streaks to the 8-yard line and three plays later, Paul scored his second touchdown of the game to put Sebring back on top 12-6 with 6:02 left in the game. Okeechobee tried to answer, but the pace of their offense used a large amount of time. They converted a fourth-andone on Sebrings 41 with three minutes left in the game. Facing a fourth-and-7 on the Blue Streaks 32, Okeechobee completed an 8-yard pass to Sebrings 24 with one minute left in the game and no time outs. Forced to pass, Sebrings Dajuan Austin ended the Okeechobee threat, intercepting the Brahman pass and returning it 85 yards for the touchdown as time expired to give Sebring an 18-6 win. The Blue Streaks will host the Fort Pierce Gators on Saturday for their last home games of the regular season.STREAKSFROM PAGE 9A PHOTO BY JIM TAYLOR/CORRESPONDENTThe Sebring Pee Wee defense bent but did not break in holding the Okeechobee Brahmans to only six points in an 18-6 win on Saturday.register. For information call the Pinecrest Golf Club pro shop at 863-453-7555. An added feature will be a two-man double-elimination Cornhole Tournament. The cost is $20 pererson. Come out and support a golf tournament for a great cause. After School Tennis The after school tennis program at the Thakkar Tennis Center at the Country Club of Sebring runs through Oct. 5. The program is run by USPTA certi“ed professional Horace Watkis. The four-week programs are for youngsters ages 4-18. Tiny tots, ages 4-6, are Tuesdays from 3:15 to 4 p.m. and the cost is $37. Future champs, ages 6-12, are offered Mondays through Fridays from 4 to 5 p.m. and the cost is $45. Pre-tournament academy is Wednesdays from 4 to 5:30 and the cost is $60. High school team level is Thursdays from 4 to 5:30 and the cost is $60. For more information, contact Watkis at 863414-2164 or 863-386-4282 Chet Brojek Golf Tournament The Avon Park Champions Club is holding the Chet A. Brojek Golf Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 13, at River Greens Golf Club. The four-person scramble will begin with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. The cost is $60 per person and includes golf, cart, lunch, refreshments and awards and raf”e prizes after golf in the clubhouse. There will also be contests for closestto-the-pin, closest-to-the line, putting contest, a raf”e and 50-50 drawing. Hole sponsorships are available for $50 or a corporate sponsorship of four enteries and a hole sponsor sign is available for $275. Make checks payable to the Avon Park Champions Club and mail to 118 S. Lake Ave., Avon Park, FL 33825. For questions, email cbrojek@comcast.net or call 863-712-3524. Healthy Heart 5K run/4K Paws Run SEBRING „ The annual Healthy Heart 5K Run and 4K Paws Run in memory of Jimmy Polatty, will take place this year on Oct. 6 at Highlands Hammock State Park. The 5K begins at 7:45 a.m. and the 4K with your dog starts at 8:15 a.m. First “ve dogs across the “nish line receive a prize. For information, call Jim or Colleen Polatty at 863-386-4927. http:// endurancesportstiming. com/race-calendar/.SHOOTFROM PAGE 9A to the regular-season tournament held on the Sabine River in Orange, Texas, in June. Ive always considered myself a better prespawn, spawn and maybe a little bit of a postspawn “sherman, and then I kind of struggled after that,Ž Lucas said. So I cant explain it. This summer, Ive just caught “re and it hasnt slowed down.Ž Lucas earned one of the most coveted trophies in professional bass “shing and a $100,000 bonus „ and as icing on the cake, he caught most of his bass during the week on a new topwater lure that he helped Berkley design. The Cane Walker, which was just released last week, is a noisy popper/ walking-style topwater bait with an aerodynamic shape that is designed for long casts. Making long casts with that bait is key because you need to cover as much water as possible,Ž he said. You can cover more water and work it over multiple brushpiles on the bottom. It brings “sh up „ and I think its already sold out at Tackle Warehouse.Ž Besides the AOY title, Lucas quali“ed for the 2019 Bassmaster Classic presented by DICKS Sporting Goods „ his fourth time to qualify for bass “shings biggest event in “ve years on the Elite Series. The Top 35 anglers in the “nal AOY standings all quali“ed for the event, and the next 16 in the standings will have a chance to compete for three additional Classic berths at the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster Classic Bracket on Carters Lake in Ellijay, Ga., Oct. 23-26. Though the main purpose of the event was to decide the season points winner and Classic quali“ers, the angler with the heaviest three-day weight for the week also earned $25,000 and an Elite Series trophy. That honor went to Oklahoma angler James Elam, who led every day of the tournament and “nished with a three-day weight of 48-8. Elam caught 16-10 Thursday and 16-14 Friday, and the majority of his weight came early both days. Things started slower Sunday, but his resolve led him to a “vebass limit that weighed 15-0.ANGLERFROM PAGE 9Achampionship grew even larger than originally anticipated after last Sundays race. He crossed the “nish line second behind Zacharie Robichon in the No. 19 Moorespeed Porsche, but a post-race technical infraction moved the No. 19 to last place and elevated Estep to the top step of the podium for the fourth time this year. Thats extremely unfortunate for Zach and the guys at Moorespeed, but well take it,Ž Estep said. These points are extremely valuable. Its so close between Roman and I and the points system is so tight that any type of mistake can affect everything. A win is a win and well take it. The points are really good for us.Ž The points have been good for Estep and the No. 3 team consistently since the “rst race of Mays doubleheader weekend at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, which was Esteps second win of the season. Estep has outscored De Angelis … his primary competition for the Platinum Cup championship for current-generation Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars … in every race from that point through last weekend. And while Robichon had won each of the “ve previous races before last Sunday, he isnt a full-time contender for the GT3 Cup Challenge USA title. Last month, Robichon won the Ultra 94 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada by Yokohama championship. He joined Moorespeed for the “rst time in early August at Road America as a replacement for the sidelined Will Hardeman. So, while Robichon has been dominant in the races, Estep has been doing exactly what he needs to do in the championship by keeping his primary competition behind him. He expects that to continue at Road Atlanta. We de“nitely dont want to put ourselves in any scary situations where it can cost us a championship,Ž Estep said. But depending on how Thursday goes in Atlanta, hopefully we can lock things up then. If we do, then Im just going to get to have fun on Friday. Hopefully thats the plan.ŽRACINGFROM PAGE 9A For more information contact: Natasha Kirkegard Phone: 863-385-8091 Fax: 863-385-6829 Email: admin@hccga.comMake checks payable to: Highlands County Cattlemens Association Please mail form and check to: Highlands County Cattlemens Association 6419 US Hwy. 27 South Sebring, FL 33876 Sponsorships Available: Individual Player $60 Hole Sponsor $100 Team Sponsor (Hole) Sponsor & 4 Golfers) $340Additional sponsorships are available. Call Justin Hartt @ 863-443-1274 Team Name: ______________ Individual Name: ___________ Phone: ___________________ Address: __________________ City, State, Zip Email: _________________________ Saturday, October 13, 2018 Pinecrest Golf Club 2250 Little Lake Bonnet Road Avon Park, FL Four-Man Scramble Registration @ 7:30 a.m. Shotgun Start @ 8:30 a.m Steak Lunch & Door Prizes adno=3614223-11. ____________Handicap___ 3. ____________Handicap___ 2. _____________Handicap___ 4. _____________Handicap___ GOLF BIG FORE KIDS TITLE SPONSOR:SAT10.27 2018adno=3614252-1 € Silent Auction € € Awards will be give to the Closest to the Pin Hole and the Longest Drive Hole Winners!€ 4 Person Scramble € € Flighted Golf Tournament €Contact SHAWN BEUMEL at 863.402.9001 or sbeumel@bbbssun.org SATURDAY OCTOBER 27, 2018€ NORTH COURSE€ HIGHLANDS RIDGE GOLF CLUB REGISTRATION 7:00 am€ SHOTGUN 8:00 am € LUNCH AT THEFOUNDERS HALL12:OO PM Provided by:

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TODAY’S WOMAN CLASSIFIEDS, COMICS & PUZZLES INSIDESECTION BTuesday, September 25, 2018I cant tell you how much I detest those 100-calorie snack packs you “nd in grocery stores nowadays. Those packages are full of highly processed foods heavy on sugar and chemicals. I know you would rather feed your child something nutritious, so Im going to give you a list of easy snack ideas. Every one of them would be perfect in your childs lunchbox. 1. Raw veggies and dip (experiment with cauli”ower, broccoli and pepper strips) 2.Celery sticks with peanut butter or almond butter and raisins (ants on a log) 3.Homemade trail mix (mixing dried fruit and nuts couldnt be easier) 4. Sliced apple and blueberries, sprinkled with cinnamon 5. Mixed berries (strawberries, blackberries and blueberries make a wonderful snack) 6.Popcorn (invest in an air popper rather than buying microwave popcorn. Choose organic, nonGMO popping corn) 7. Muf“ns (bake healthy muf“ns with fruit and ”ax and other good things) 8. Banana (the perfect snack with peanut butter or almond butter, it can even be considered a meal) 9. Cheese (a few cubes of cheese make a wonderful snack) 10. Nuts (a handful of nuts provides an excellent protein boost) 11. Popsicles (invest in some of those plastic popsicle molds and “ll them with homemade juices or yogurt mixed with fruit) 12. Yogurt (buy plain Greek yogurt and sweeten it with fruit to avoid unnecessary sugar) 13. Cucumbers (make a sandwich out of cucumber slices and cream cheese) 14. Homemade granola bars (“nd a recipe that your family will love and create your own version of this lunchbox staple) 15. Hummus (served with raw veggies and/or pita slices „ yum!) 16. Pasta salad (cold pasta salad with cheese, veggies and meat? Yes please.) 17. Dried fruit (kids love sweet, so give it to them with lots of “ber and minerals by packing dried apricots, dates, cranberries, pineapple ... the list goes on) 18. Chips and salsa (some multigrain chips and salsa make a great snack) 19. Banana bread (experiment with recipes low in sugar until you “nd the one your family loves best) 20. Boiled egg (pack it with the shell on for older children so they have the fun of peeling it) 21. Applesauce (core and slice some organic apples, simmer them down and sprinkle with cinnamon. Ta da ... applesauce) 22. Orange (an orange is another great snack that comes in its own biodegradable wrapper) 23. Grapes (wash some organic grapes and snip off a bunch for a delicious sweet treat) 24. Melons (make a salad of honeydew, cantaloupe and watermelon) 25. Broccoli trees (So healthy! And if you tell Junior that youve packed tiny trees in his lunch, he may be more eager to eat them. Maybe toss in a toy dinosaur to help with the visual?) 26. Milk (a glass of milk contains many vitamins and nutrients. It can be a snack in itself.) 27. Roasted chickpeas (when you rinse chickpeas, drizzle with oil and roast at 400 degrees for 45 minutes or so, you get a delicious crunchy snack.) 28. Fruit kabobs (make fruit more fun by sticking it on a skewer. Provide Greek yogurt for dipping.) 29. Peanut butter or almond butter (kids love nut butters apple slices, bananas and celery are all great friends of peanut butter and almond butter.) 30. Kale chips (how much healthier can you get than kale? Make a batch of kale chips and see how fast they disappear.) 31. Sweet potato fries (slice some sweet potatoes and bake them on top of a rack for a fast and healthy snack.) 32. Smoothies (whiz up some goodness into a drinkable snack!) 33. Pears (So sweet and juicy. Pears bruise easily so theyre a better after school snack than one for the lunchbox.) 34. Raisins (everyone loves these little guys) 35. Dark chocolate (a couple nibbles of dark chocolate can satisfy the sweet tooth while providing lots of antioxidants) 36. Pineapple (on its own or as part of a fruit salad, sliced pineapple is heavenly) 37. Mango (Speaking of heavenly, mango has got to be one of the most delicious foods on the planet.) 38. Caprese salad (sliced tomato, mozzarella cheese and a couple of whole grain crackers) 39. Sweet peas (Children love shucking those pea pods. Toss a handful into their lunchbox.) 40. Homemade fruit rollups (Puree some fruit, pour it in a thin layer on a parchment lined baking sheet and bake it at your ovens lowest temperature for six to eight hours. Leanne Ely is a NYT bestselling author and the creator of SavingDinner.com, the original menu planning website, bringing families back to the dinner table for over 15 years.DINNER DIVALeanne Ely 40 fast snacks SPECIAL TO THE HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUNSEBRING „ The Sebring Airport has announced that a free program will be offered to local girls ages 8-16 years to introduce them to the possibilities available in a career in aviation. The days activities will take place at in the Sebring Airport Terminal from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13. We want our local girls to see that there are exciting careers available to them as engineers, astronauts, pilots, dispatchers, air traffic controllers, and dozens of other jobs within the aviation community,Ž Girls in Aviation DaySebring Airport, U.S. Sport Aviation Expo host 2018 event By DR. LORI VERDERAMEART & ANTIQUESRecently, one of the most important and diverse “ne art and antiques collections amassed from all parts of the world went up for sale on the auction block at Christies in New York. The collection belonged to David and Peggy Rockefeller. David Rockefeller died at 101 and was Head of Chase Manhattan bank, a philanthropist, and grandson of John D. Rockefeller. What struck me most about the Rockefeller collection and their well-advertised art and antiques auction had very little to do with the exceptional beauty, artistry, or value of any of the nearly 2,000 items. Certainly, there were “ne paintings by Cezanne, Seurat, and Gris to name only a few. On the auction block was a highly sought-after Pablo Picasso painting of a girl holding a basket of ”owers once owned by Gertrude Stein, various pieces of antique English furniture, and a Sevres porcelain service commissioned by Napoleon Is your collection like the Rockefellers? COURTESY PHOTOThe popular dish of baked oysters with a green sauce and melted cheese was named after family patriarch, John D. Rockefeller (1839-1937), founder of the Standard Oil Company and a major philanthropist. The dish was associated with Rockefeller because it was deemed an oyster dish as rich as Rockefeller.Ž By DOROTHY HARRISCORRESPONDENTLisa Terrell was in the dental care field when she entered real estate with rental property ownership. She had no idea how much she would come to adore it, but now, eight years later, it is the career of her dreams. The market had just gone through the short sales scenario and investment property became affordable. Terrell and her husband Bob had an eye towards college and retirement funding as they built their inventory of real estate investments. Soon they next moved into new construction. We were going to build a new home when a friend gave us great advice. He suggested we experience the building process first with an investment home.Ž The couple hired A.K. Custom Homes, a local reputable builder. I learned so much about construction viewing each stage of the process and now use this as I preview homes for my clients.Ž Their newly constructed investment property was listed and sold in one day, which Terrell attributed to being placed right, built right and priced right. After 26 years in the region, she is well-versed in local amenities and neighborhoods. Whether someone is looking for an investment property or their perfect home, I bring knowledge and market experience to their search.Ž She also previews listings for out of state clients. I work to learn the clients tastes, getting a feel for what they want in a home.Ž Once she knows preferences such as new construction or seasoned character, she sends five or six potential listings she believes Investing herself into others dreams DOROTHY HARRIS/CORRESPONDENTLisa Terrell loves working in real estate with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services due to the ongoing training and support provided. DOROTHY HARRIS/CORRESPONDENTSeen here, from left to right: Rona Port, Elease DeYoung, Lisa Terrell and Melba Starling, the Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Realtors discuss an upcoming mega open house event. GIRLS | 2B DREAMS | 2B ANTIQUE | 5B

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B2 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | September 25, 2018 www.highlandsnewssun.com says Zach Easton, general manager. We will introduce the girls to role models and educate them in a fun and supportive atmosphere.Ž The airport will join Women in Aviation International chapters around the world on Oct. 13 for an outreach event to inspire the next generation of women in aviation. Chapters all over the world are putting on their own, unique programs, and U.S. states are proclaiming Oct. 13, 2018 to be Girls in Aviation Day in their state. The young ladies will receive prizes and a tour of the airport. Guests are also invited to come early for the EAA pancake breakfast, which is 8-10 a.m. in the EAA hangar. The program is free for participants and their chaperones,Ž added Janice Rearick, Sebring Expo director. We just want to see girls interacting with positive role models and considering aviation as they make their college and career plans.Ž Women in Aviation International is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to providing networking, mentoring and scholarship opportunities for women and men who are striving for challenging and fulfilling careers in the aviation and aerospace industries. For more information, contact WAI at 3647 State Route 503 South, West Alexandria, OH 45381 or through www. wai.org. Sebring Regional Airport (SRA) is a 2,000acre commerce park and airport. The airport is a designated Foreign Trade Zone offering many tax benefits and is home to Sebring International Raceway. Sebring was named in the State Aviation System Plan as the growth airport for South Central Florida and celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2017.GIRLSFROM PAGE 1B hit the mark. If the client sees a good option, Terrell previews it. I take lots of photos and also video the home right from the front door because photos only tell so much.Ž Terrell wants potential buyers to gain a feel for the flow of the home. She then lists pros and cons of the property. Open floor plans continue to be much desired as are granite countertops.Ž If this seems like a lot of work, Terrell pointed out service is most important and she strives to go above and beyond. Its part of my nature,Ž she admitted. Thinking of downsizing? It is still a sellers market and priced right, homes sell quickly. Thankfully it is still an affordable time to look for a dream home too. Terrell has several tips for buyers. You definitely want a home inspection. I cant stress that enough.Ž With several locally-recommended inspectors on her call list, she ensures buyers or sellers are aware of any repairs needing to be completed prior to purchase. Curb appeal is the emotional feeling a buyer gets pulling up to a property. Terrell offered a caveat. The minute you pull up you kind of know if its a good prospect, but try not to judge a book by its cover.Ž Terrell suggested you never really know until you open that front door. See the property, because its usually a combination of curb appeal and interior flow that seals the deal.Ž Exterior appearance is easily upgraded if you walk in and its the perfect house. Seeing all the different homes and dcor is one of the things she adores about her job. Her passion for people makes real estate a delight. Im excited when my phone rings. Whether Im focused on bringing just the right person to your home to buy or Im searching for the perfect house for your family, I just love it.Ž Terrell stressed she is available for her clients too. They can reach me if they have questions or just need to talk through a concern.Ž This may be the hardest shes ever worked, but fulfilling dreams while managing business her way energizes her to be available nights, weekends or holidays. Theres no wrong time to look at a house so I accommodate my clients schedules as part of my service.Ž She also loves to hold open houses with a no pressureŽ standpoint. It benefits my sellers and buyers and is one of the best ways to market your property. Buyers can see it without making an appointment and its easy to ask questions or see multiple properties in a short amount of time.Ž With local connections, she also helps buyers set up service providers or get recommendations for renovations after the sale. Working with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services keeps me on the cutting edge of real estate.Ž Constant training to stay tech savvy or on top of trending topics ensures Terrell is able to provide direction and guidance through the process of buying or selling your home. Give me a call if I can assist you or answer any questions.Ž Lisa Terrell, Realtor, can be reached at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, 211 US Hwy 27 N. in Sebring, by phone 863-414-0358 or email lterrell@bhhsflpg. com.DREAMSFROM PAGE 1B DOROTHY HARRIS/CORRESPONDENTResearching and previewing homes for her buyers, Terrell is able to help her clients navigate the real estate process comfortab ly. In the CLASSIFIEDS! 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www.highlandsnewssun.com September 25, 2018 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | B3 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 IN THE CO UNTY CO URT IN AND F O R HIGHLANDS COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 18000143CC LINKSIDE CONDOMINIUM A SSOCIATION, INC., Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT L. BREESE ET AL, Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the Order of Final Judgment as to Counts I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, AND XV, entered in this cause, in the County Court of Highlands County, the Clerk of the Court, ROBERT W GERMAINE, will sell the real property situdated in Highlands County, Florida, described as: As to County I BREESE UNIT 2C, WEEK 16 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count II CAIN UNIT 2C, WEEK 31 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to t he Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records B ook 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS C ounty, Florida. As to Count III ENNIS UNIT 2C, WEEK 43 of LINKSIDE VIL LAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count IV FORD UNIT 2C, WEEK 22 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count V GRUNAUER UNIT 2C, WEEK 52 of LINKSIDE VILL AS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records B ook 690, beginning at Page 486, of t he Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count VI HILBURN UNIT 2C, WEEK 13 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count VII KUSTES UNIT 2C, WEEK 28 of LINKSIDE V ILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to County VIII LEISURE UNIT 2C, WEEK 06 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to County IX LEISURE UNIT 2C, WEEK 40 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count XI MOORE UNIT 2C, WEEK 46 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count XII REYNOLDS UNIT 2C, WEEK 44 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count XIII SCARBOROUGH UNIT 2C, WEEK 42 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count XIV WOODS UNIT 2C, WEEK 45 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. As to Count XV YOUNG UNIT 2C, WEEK 35 of LINKSIDE VILLAS, A CONDOMINIUM, according to NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 the Declaration o f C ondominium t hereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 690, beginning at Page 486, of the Public Records of HIGHLANDS County, Florida. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the Highlands County Courthouse, 430 S. Commerce A venue, in the Jury Assembly Room, Sebring, Florida 33870, at 11:00 a.m., on October 17th, 2018. A ny person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administration at 430 S. Commerce Avenue, Sebring, Florida 33870, telephone (863)534-4686 (voice), as much in advance of your court appearance or visit to the courthouse as possible; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call (863)534-7777 ( TDD), or 1-800-955-8770 (Florida Relay Service). DATED: July 17, 2018 ROBERT W. GERMAINE CLERK OF THE COURT By: /s/ Cyndi Dassinger Deputy Clerk Sept. 18, 25,2018 1000REAL ESTATEWe Are Pledged To The Letter And Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achievement Of Equal Housing Opportunity Throughout The Nation. We Encoura ge 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 EQUAL HOUSINGOPPORTUNITY HOMES FOR SALE1020 Placid Lakes,Lake June Access!Lovely 3/2 home at 904 Catfish Creek Rd. Screen porch, w/outside deck & jacuzzi; reverse osmosis & rights to boat ramp & Lake June. $189k obo.863-699-6772 WANTED TO BUY1120 Lake PlacidCASH for Your Home! Rapid Closing; Any Condition. Must have sufficient equity. Ken 863-441-2689 HOMES FOR RENT1210 Apartments & Housesfor Rent in Highlands County Starting at $450Pet Friendly!Call Mike863-243-9191www.Mylakeplacid.com Lakefront Home 2000 sf home $1,000/mo 1yr lease, NO PETS.863-382-2221 Sebring~ 3/3 newly updated 2500sf on dbl lot at 223 Kite Ave. $1,200/mo +1st & sec. 786-512-1594 APARTMENTS FOR RENT1320 Avon Park on Main St. ~Lg 1/1, carport. Add. living/bd rm. Lake view. $565 1st/sec, water incl. 561-719-2520 Free Cable & Utilities ~ Lg 1/1 tile flrs, mini blinds, quiet/ safe. $725 mo. 1st, last, sec.863-385-1999 T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! Sebring Lake Front Condos & HousesNew kitchens; 1br starting at $550; 2 br starting at $675 1yr lease, NO PETS. 863-382-2221 Sebring~ 1/1, includes water, sewer & garbage. $450. First, last & sec. No Pets. 800-743-2301 S e b r i ng~ 1/1 poo l s id e, t il e d W /D, carport; no smoking, sm d og ok. $600/mo +electric & $500 dep. 863-243-9495 S e b r i ng~ new comp l ete l y rem odeled lrg 1bd & 2 bd: new kit c abinets, appliances, ceramic tile. $600/mo 863-588-0303 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT1340 S ebring seasonal mobile home, 2/1, completely furnished, 4 months min., $1000 mo. 863465-1451, 863-840-0403. ROOMS FOR RENT1360 A von P ar k ~ S tu di o ( w /b at h fridge & microwave only; 1 person only) Newly updated. $550/mo + sec. No smokers, Next to Olympic rest. Landmark Suites, 510 US Hwy 27 N. By appointment. 954-612-8585 C ountry setting only 3 miles to town. Dish TV, W/D, whole house privileges. $400 month or $100 week, 863-202-6363. Lake Placid~ 1/1; singles only; includes electric, fridge & microwave. $400 month. 863-699-0049 VACATION/ SEASONALRENTALS1390 Lake Placid 2/2/1 Enclosed pool, furnished, on canal, 6 mo. @ $1,350/mo inclusive. 970-947-9753 Sebring~ 2/2Furnished Mobile Homes in 55+communities. Francis I and/or Francis II. Utilities included, Very clean. 305-431-1283 COMMERCIAL RENTAL1392 Sebring *Liberty Star Plaza*3000-18,000 sqft; Built out. US 27 Near SR 66.Great Medical, School, Real Estate space!863-471-0663 2000EMPLOYMENT HELPWANTED2001 Maintenance PositionTanglewood is now accepting applications for 2 FT positions (40 hrs/wk. w/benefits). Pool experience a plus! Apply in person 8am…5pm M-F at the Business Office, 3000 Tanglewood Parkway, Sebring. Use entrance off HWY 27 by Dollar General; dial 3003 at gate keypad for entry. Genpak LLC, a leading manufacturer of disposable foodservice packaging, is seeking to fill the following positions in our Sebring plant. PackersQuality InspectorsForklift DriversWelder/FabricatorElectricianMaintenance MechanicProduction SupervisorParts Administrative Asst. Reception/Accounts PayableWe offer a highly competitive compensation package, insurance & retirement benefits.*NOW* Open InterviewsThursdays: 1…4pmApply in Personat 116 Shicane Dr., Sebring, FL 33870 & bring your resume.GenPak is an Equal Oportunity Employer. Aluminum Installer/ Carpenter Helper~ Need basic tools & transportation. Call 863-386-4423 Want to make a difference in the lives of others? Join the Habitat for Humanity Team! PT Homeownership Counselor : $12/hr. Serve as initial point of contact for homeownership lending program; provides homeownership counseling and training. Must pass a background, credit check, and drug screening. FT Construction Crew Leader:$14/hr. Lead various groups of volunteers on the build site. Oversees construction pro ject from start to finish. Must have construction experience, flexible schedule, and clean driving record. Some Saturdays required. Must pass background check and drug screening. Apply within: at 159 S. Commerce Ave., Downtown Sebring, Monday…Friday 8am…4pm Highlands County H&R Block OfficesNow seeking talented highlymotivated professionals! Limited or no prior experience? NO PROBLEM. Our Tax Course is recognized as the industrys leading tax training program & will provide you with the skills needed to become a tax professional.Classes Begin:10/02/18; End 11/10/18 at Sebring LocationClass Hours:Tues & Thurs 6pm-9pm; *Some Sat., 10am-1pmCall 863-385-1052to see how you can get $50 off your class fee.hrblock.com/careers EQUIPMENT OPERATOR for grove equip. Clean Florida Driver License required. Pay based on experience. Drug free workplace. Apply in person 8am … 11am & 1pm 4pm Monday… Friday @ 109 Arron Dr., Lake Placid, FL 863-4652821 or office@lpclp.com GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! Expd Excavator & LoaderDemo work; Mechanical Skills & Dump Truck Exp; Class A CDL a plus! 863-382-1228 FT HelpWanted No Weekends!All Positions Available! Apply in person (no calls) Griffins Dry Cleaning, 212 S. Ridgewood Dr., Sebring HELPWANTED2001 Do you have a Passion for Empowering Youth?Do you like to talk to large groups of youths about how they can better their life? If so, please visithrhn.org/employmentto see our current openings forHealth Educators FT Pest Control Technician and/or Lawn Technician for local pest control company. Must be 18 years old and have a good driving record. Benefits avail! 863-465-6622 or Fax resume to 863-465-1513. MAINTENACE TECHNICIAN Correct Care Solutions F/T Maintenance service & repairs of plumbing, carpentry, painting, plastering, machine servicing, & electrial servicing. High school diploma or equivalent required & 3 yrs. of general maintenance. EPA cert. for refrigerants & at least 1 yr. of HVAC training preferred.www.correctcare solutions.comJob Fair: Sept. 12, 9am-1pm 13619 SE Hwy. 70 Various Manuf. Positions$13.5/hr-$48k start; EXP req. forklift pref. Hardee Co. Apply online at www.Florikan.com FULL TIME PAGINATOR/GRAPHIC ARTIST WANTED Do you have a creative eye? Solid design skills? Enjoy working in an exciting environment? We are building a design team and we want you to be a part of it!Design and layout pages in a clean and exciting fashion for several print publications.Create ads and design covers for special sections and other publications. Nights and weekends required. Experience in InDes ign and Adobe Creative Suite preferred. Proofreading skills a must. TheHighlands News-Sun and Highlands Sunoffers a competitive compensation package including salary plus incentive, a benefit package, and plenty of opportunity for advancement. We are a drug and tobacco free workplace. Pre-employment drug/nicotine screening required. Send resume and design samples to: Donna Scherlacher Multi Media Director Donna.Scherlacher@ highlandsnewssun.com 315 US Hwy 27 N., Sebring, FL 33870. CULTURAL PROGRAMS SPECIALIST: MARKETING AND PUBLICITY (FT) Open until filled; application review date 10/8/18. Anticipated start date 1/2/19. For details and to apply visithttp://sfsc.interviewexchange.com .863-784-7132. EA/EO VET PREF. Shower Door, also Insulation Installers Needed~ Clean drivers lic. req. Apply in person at Heartland Insulation, 225 Commercial Ct., Sebring. HELPWANTED2001 FULL-TIME POSITION VACANICES Specialized Maintenance General Maintenance Positions are open until filled. Visit http://sfsc.interviewexchange.comto apply.863-784-7132. EA/EO/VET PREF SENIOR ACCOUNTANT (FT) Application deadline: 10/3/18. For details and to apply visithttp://sfsc.interviewexchange.com863-784-7132. EA/EO. Learn to Drive a TruckGet your Commercial Driver's License today at South Florida State College. Scholarships are available to eligible participants. 863-784-7033 THERAPEUTIC SECURITY TECHNICIAN Correct Care Solutions Front-line support to residents in the living units by continuously monitoring residents & unit activities. Serves as a member of the treatment team while assuring the safety and security of the living unit. High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor degree preferred. 1yr. direct care experience in a forensic, correctional, mental health or hospital setting preferred.www.correctcare solutions.com Job Fair: Sept. 12, 9am-1pm13619 SE Hwy. 70, Arcadia PROFESSIONAL2010 Experienced Toddler TeacherPay based on exp. & credsCall 863-699-1164 MEDICAL2030 NOW HIRING:CNA/Certified Medical Assistant For Busy Medical Practice Experience Required Email Resume To: llawhead@florida jointspine.com Dental Assistant NeededDesigner Dental, Lake PlacidCall for Appointment 863-465-9090 EmployClassified! Oaks at AvonReaders Choice Award FacilityHIRING RNs New Wages Full-Time & Part-Time Positions Flexible Shifts Available Career Advancement OpportunitiesAll Eligible Applicants will be Interviewed Directly.Apply at 1010 US Hwy 27 N., Avon Park or fax resume to Tammy Padilla at 863-453-5308 OAKS AT AVONReaders Choice Award Facility HIRING CNAs Full/Part-Time, all shifts~New Wages!!~Benefits for FT!!Apply at 1010 Hwy 27N Avon Park or fax resume toTammy Padilla at863-453-5308 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 Encoura ge 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 EQUAL HOUSINGOPPORTUNITY HOMES FOR SALE1020 Placid Lakes,Lake June Access!Lovely 3/2 home at 904 Catfish Creek Rd. Screen porch, w/outside deck & jacuzzi; reverse osmosis & rights to boat ramp & Lake June. $189k obo.863-699-6772 WANTED TO BUY1120 Lake PlacidCASH for Your Home! Rapid Closing; Any Condition. Must have sufficient equity. Ken 863-441-2689 Place an ad for that un-needed item sitting in your garage. Call 863-385-6155 Highlands News-Sun

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B4 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | September 25, 2018 www.highlandsnewssun.com SPECIAL TO HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUNCHICAGO„Each September, the American Medical Association (AMA) recognizes in”uential female physician leaders as part of Women in Medicine Month. To showcase the accomplishments of these leaders, the AMA Women Physicians Section (WPS) and the AMA Foundation announced the winners of the 2018 Joan F. Giambalvo Fund for the Advancement of Women research grants program. The Joan F. Giambalvo Fund for the Advancement of Women Award is administered by the AMA Foundation on behalf of the AMA Women Physicians Section. The AMA-WPS and AMA Foundation awards scholarships of up to $10,000 to health care researchers to identity and address issues that affect women physicians and medical students. During Women in Medicine Month, the AMA is honored to recognize exceptional members of the medical community whose work will shed light on the issues facing women in medicine today,Ž said AMA President Barbara L. McAneny, M.D. Through this grant program the AMA is reaf“rming its commitment to further propel the advancement of women in medicine and advocate for womens health issues.Ž One of the winning 2018 projects focuses on Fixing the Leaky Pipeline „ Attrition of women during medical training.Ž It will be led by four members of the American Medical Womens Association (AMWA), including Eliza Lo Chin, M.D., M.P.H., AMWA Executive Director; Roberta Gebhard, D.O., AMWA President-elect and Gender Equity Task Force Co-Chair; Mary K. Rojek, Ph.D., AMWA Chair of the Sex and Gender Health Collaborative; Mollie Marr, B.F.A., AMWA Student President-Elect and Oregon Health and Science University M.D./ Ph.D. Candidate.AMA awards grants to women in medicine MCANENY In the wake of Hurricane Florence, which devastated the Carolinas, I have begun to wonder why there has been such as increase in high level natural disasters. As stated in the Climate Change Synthesis Report of 2014, it has been discovered that the number of category 4 and 5 storms has doubled since the 1970s. These super storms were once a rare occurrence. Sometimes nearly 100 years would pass before such an event would occur. Now, they happen once every 15 years or so. Looking back, people my age will remember hurricanes Charley, Katrina and Andrew. These storms were some of our “rst experiences as to the damage hurricanes could really do. Weeks without water and electricity, dying in the Florida heat, and being eaten by mosquitos. The thought of super storms becoming even more common and more intense is terrifying. Living in Florida, the coast is all around us and hurricane season is a time for which we must all be prepared and aware of what weather systems are present in not only the Atlantic but also the Gulf. However, being prepared is not enough to prevent us from being impacted by the intense storms that will inevitably arise; if not this year or the next, at some point. There are several causes for the increased number of category 4 and 5 storms. Warming waters, warming air, increased energy in the oceans due to global warming, and rising sea levels are all contributors. In the north Atlantic, the warming of the ocean has been especially prominent. This is bad news for us of course and anyone living on the east coast. The warm air is also better at holding water vapors, which makes the formation of hurricanes easier. The warm water and air mixing together and coexisting in the same areas means hurricanes are more likely to develop. Since there is very little cooler water „ which can act as a braking mechanism for hurricanesthe hurricanes are able to gain power the longer they are over the warm water. The increased amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, increased greenhouse gas emissions, and radiatively active substances from human activities are all contributing to the increase energies that are present in the oceans. This increased energy contributes the the creation of hurricanes, which later can develop into super storms like Harvey. Furthermore, due to the increase temperatures in the atmosphere there has been a rise in sea level. This rise means that hurricanes are able to make their way more inland before being cut off from their source of power, the water. Since more and more people are living on the coast, the number of people impacted by these catastrophic events continues to grow. We dont have to entirely accept the fact that hurricanes are getting worse. If we were able to implement less wasteful practices, reinstate the recycling program in Highlands county, and make other small changes, there is a chance that we could begin to make a difference for our futures. Sources: https://science2017. globalchange. gov/chapter/ executive-summary/ https://www.ucsusa. org/global-warming/ science-and-impacts/impacts/hurricanes-and-climate-change.html#. W6cSUtJKhD8 https://www.ipcc.ch/ pdf/assessment-report/ ar5/syr/SYR_AR5_FINAL_ full.pdfWhere are the storms coming from?GUEST COLUMNAnsley Bohlman MEDICAL2030 Oaks at AvonReaders Choice Award Facility HIRING LPNs Full-Time & Part-Time Career Advancement OpportunitiesHighly Competitve SalariesAll Eligible Applicants will be Interviewed DirectlyApply at 1010 US Hwy 27 N., Avon Park or fax resumeto Tammy Padilla at 863-453-5308 RN Nursing Supervisor Mixture of 7-3, 3-11 Shifts Apply in person at Florida Mentor, Avon Park Cluster, 55 W. College Dr., Avon Park. Contact Angelina or Vanessa863-453-0186 thementornetwork.com Tech Needed For Fast-Paced ASC Willing to train Please fax resume to 863-471-6834 SKILLED TRADES2050 Plumber NeededService work & new construction. Possibility to take over company. No drugs. No alcohol. Call863-441-2218 CHILD/ADULT CARE NEEDED2090 PT Nursery AttendantNeeded at Community Church of God Lake Placid. Previous exp., references & familiarity w/church settings required. $12/hr, approx 4 hrs/wk. Additional hours for special events. For Interview, call863-465-3715 Personal caregiver needed~ l ive-in position; $15.50/hr, 35 h rs/wk. Rent free! Elec., cable & W iFi incl. No pets. 863-4410304 ask for Scotty (disability speaking, patience needed). F i n d y o u r B e s t F r i e n d i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s Seeking Loving Christian who enjoys working w/children Benefits included! CDA pref. Lake Placid863-465-1982 3000 NOTICES ANNOUNCEMENTS3010 Do You Need More Business?Reach out to all of Highlands County with 2 publications plus 2 websites to Advertise Your Business!! Let customers Find Youby advertising your business on the Business & Services Page! Mention this ad and Call Today !! 863-658-0307 6000 MERCHANDISE HIGHLANDS HOT DEALS!Do you have stuff to sell at $500 or less? 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www.highlandsnewssun.com September 25, 2018 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | B5himself. Yet, the variety of objects in this highly publicized once in a lifetime auction was not what stuck with me when I read „ in newspapers, trade publications, magazines, and online „ all about the Rockefellers collection and their pre-arranged donations to museums, foundations, and universities. In fact, what I remember about the reports of the Rockefeller auction was the comment that the couples youngest child, Eileen Rockefeller Growald, made when an interviewer asked her if she would attend the auction of her parents belongings. Her answer was no. She explained, It feels like selling pieces of my parents and I just cant watch.Ž Right there is why you, your children and your grandchildren are probably a lot more like the Rockefellers than you might think. While most of us dont have the collections of note or the resources to amass such a collection over generations that the Rockefellers had, most of us do have objects that mean something special to our friends and family. Eileen Rockefeller Growalds comment moved me because so many people tell me that their children dont want their stuff, that their family wouldnt care about this collectible or that piece of furniture. I know that isnt true. I think it is often a mechanism for people to take the easy road. The road far away from being hurt if a daughter rejects a family china dinnerware set from Austria where your grandmother was born or if a son doesnt covet the violin that he took lessons on which once belonged to his great-grandfather from Italy. It is easier to contend that a family member doesnt want a work of art, antique, or collectible instead of putting in the time, effort, and emotional resources to deal with it as it moves onto another persons collection. I was taken aback as one brief statement from Mrs. Rockefeller-Growald a member of one of the most prestigious collecting families in America and possibly of the 20th Century, made the case for how objects impact loved ones and speak volumes about what is important to a family. She connected her parents objects with what was important to her parents „ ancestry, global point of view, history, beauty, craftsmanship, diversity, etc. Everyone, no matter their social status, connect through objects. Im biased because I work with objects or artifacts every day. I research how objects were made, what an object says about a particular time period or historical era, how an object relates to or identi“es a certain culture, what emotions an object stirs with owners or heirs, how an object can recall memories the way my Mothers canister set used to help her remember a recipe during her struggles with dementia, and the like. 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B6 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | September 25, 2018 www.highlandsnewssun.com PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AND REVISIONS FOR THE 2018 GENERAL ELECTION I, Ken Detzner, Secretary of State for Florida, do hereby give notice that the following proposed amendments and revisions to the Florida Constitution will be presented in each county on the 2018 General Election ballot. The language for these amendments may also be found at FloridaPublicNotices.com, at DOS.Elections.MyFlorida.com/initiatives, and at this newspapers website. NO. 1 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6 ARTICLE XII, SECTION 37 BALLOT TITLE: Increased Homestead Property Tax Exemption BALLOT SUMMARY: Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to increase the homestead exemption by exempting the assessed valuation of homestead property greater than $100,000 and up to $125,000 for all levies other than school district levies. The amendment shall take effect January 1, 2019. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE VII FINANCE AND TAXATION SECTION 6. Homestead exemptions. „ (a) Every person who has the legal or equitable title to real estate and maintains thereon the permanent residence of the owner, or another legally or naturally dependent upon the owner, shall be exempt from taxation thereon, except assessments for special benefits, up to the assessed valuation of twenty-five thousand dollars and, for all levies other than school district levies, on the assessed valuation greater than fifty thousand dollars and up to seventy-five thousand dollars, and on the assessed valuation greater than one hundred thousand dollars and up to one hundred twenty-five thousand dollars, upon establishment of right thereto in the manner prescribed by law. The real estate may be held by legal or equitable title, by the entireties, jointly, in common, as a condominium, or indirectly by stock ownership or membership representing the owners or members proprietary interest in a corporation owning a fee or a leasehold initially in excess of ninety-eight years. The exemption shall not apply with respect to any assessment roll until such roll is first determined to be in compliance with the provisions of section 4 by a state agency designated by general law. This exemption is repealed on the effective date of any amendment to this Article which provides for the assessment of homestead property at less than just value. (b) Not more than one exemption shall be allowed any individual or family unit or with respect to any residential unit. No exemption shall exceed the value of the real estate assessable to the owner or, in case of ownership through stock or membership in a corporation, the value of the proportion which the interest in the corporation bears to the assessed value of the property. (c) By general law and subject to conditions specified therein, the Legislature may provide to renters, who are permanent residents, ad valorem tax relief on all ad valorem tax levies. Such ad valorem tax relief shall be in the form and amount established by general law. (d) The legislature may, by general law, allow counties or municipalities, for the purpose of their respective tax levies and subject to the provisions of general law, to grant either or both of the following additional homestead tax exemptions: (1) An exemption not exceeding fifty thousand dollars to a person who has the legal or equitable title to real estate and maintains thereon the permanent residence of the owner, who has attained age sixty-five, and whose household income, as defined by general law, does not exceed twenty thousand dollars; or (2) An exemption equal to the assessed value of the property to a person who has the legal or equitable title to real estate with a just value less than two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, as determined in the first tax year that the owner applies and is eligible for the exemption, and who has maintained thereon the permanent residence of the owner for not less than twenty-five years, who has attained age sixty-five, and whose household income does not exceed the income limitation prescribed in paragraph (1). The general law must allow counties and municipalities to grant these additional exemptions, within the limits prescribed in this subsection, by ordinance adopted in the manner prescribed by general law, and must provide for the periodic adjustment of the income limitation prescribed in this subsection for changes in the cost of living. (e) Each veteran who is age 65 or older who is partially or totally permanently disabled shall receive a discount from the amount of the ad valorem tax otherwise owed on homestead property the veteran owns and resides in if the disability was combat related and the veteran was honorably discharged upon separation from military service. The disc ount shall be in a percentage equal to the percentage of the veterans permanent, service connected disability as determined by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. To qualify for the discount granted by this subsection, an applicant must submit to the county property appraiser, by March 1, an official letter from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs stating the percentage of the veterans service -connected disability and such evidence that reasonably identifies the disability as combat related and a copy of the vetera ns honorable discharge. If the property appraiser denies the request for a discount, the appraiser must notify the applicant in writing of the reasons for the denial, and the veteran may reapply. The Legislature may, by general law, waive the annual application requirement in subsequent years. This subsection is self-executing and does not require implementing legislation. (f) By general law and subject to conditions and limitations specified therein, the Legislature may provide ad valorem tax relief equal to the total amount or a portion of the ad valorem tax otherwise owed on homestead property to: (1) The surviving spouse of a veteran who died from service-connected causes while on active duty as a member of the United States Armed Forces. (2) The surviving spouse of a first responder who died in the line of duty. (3) A first responder who is totally and permanently disabled as a result of an injury or injuries sustained in the line of duty. Causal connection between a disability and service in the line of duty shall not be presumed but must be determined as provided by general law. For purposes of this paragraph, the term disabilityŽ does not include a chronic condition or chronic disease, unless the injury sustained in the line of duty was the sole cause of the chronic condition or chronic disease. As used in this subsection and as further defined by general law, the term first responderŽ means a law enforcement officer, a correctional officer, a firefighter, an emergency medical technician, or a paramedic, and the term in the line of dutyŽ means arising out of and in the actual performance of duty required by employment as a first responder. ARTICLE XII SCHEDULE SECTION 37. Increased homestead exemption. „ This section and the amendment to Section 6 of Article VII increasing the homestead exemption by exempting the assessed valuation of homestead property greater than $100,000 and up to $125,000 for all levies other than school district levies shall take effect January 1, 2019. NO. 2 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ARTICLE XII, SECTION 27 BALLOT TITLE: Limitations on Property Tax Assessments BALLOT SUMMARY: Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to permanently retain provisions currently in effect, which limit property tax assessment increases on specified nonhomestead real property, except for school district taxes, to 10 percent each year. If approved, the amendment removes the scheduled repeal of such provisions in 2019 and shall take effect January 1, 2019. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE XII SCHEDULE SECTION 27. Property tax exemptions and limitations on property tax assessments. „ (a) The amendments to Sections 3, 4, and 6 of Article VII, providing a $25,000 exemption for tangible personal property, providing an additional $25,000 homestead exemption, authorizing transfer of the accrued benefit from the limitations on the assessment of homestead property, and this section, if submitted to the electors of this state for approval or rejection at a special election authorized by law to be held on January 29, 2008, shall take effect upon approval by the electors and shall operate retroactively to January 1, 2008, or, if submitted to the electors of this state for approval or rejection at the next general election, shall take effect January 1 of the year following such general election. The amendments to Section 4 of Article VII creating subsections (g)(f) and (h)(g) of that section, creating a limitation on annual assessment increases for specified real property, shall take effect upon approval of the electors and shall first limit assessments beginning January 1, 2009, if approved at a special election held on January 29, 2008, or shall first limit assessments beginning January 1, 2010, if approved at the general election held in November of 2008. Subsections (f) and (g) of Section 4 of Article VII are repealed effective January 1, 2019; however, the legislature shall by joint resolution propose an amendment abrogating the repeal of subsections (f) and (g), which shall be submitted to the electors of this state for approval or rejection at the general election of 2018 and, if approved, shall take effect January 1, 2019. (b) The amendment to subsection (a) abrogating the scheduled repeal of subsections (g) and (h) of Section 4 of Article VII of the State Constitution as it existed in 2017, shall take effect January 1, 2019. NO. 3 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ARTICLE X, SECTION 29 BALLOT TITLE: Voter Control of Gambling in Florida BALLOT SUMMARY: This amendment ensures that Florida voters shall have the exclusive right to decide whether to authorize casino gambling by requiring that in order for casino gambling to be authorized under Florida law, it must be approved by Florida voters pursuant to Article XI, Section 3 of the Florida Constitution. Affects articles X and XI. Defines casino gambling and clarifies that this amendment does not conflict with federal law regarding state/tribal compacts. FINANCIAL IMPACT STATEMENT: The amendments impact on state and local government revenues and costs, if any, cannot be determined at this time because of its unknown effect on gambling operations that have not been approved by voters through a constitutional amendment proposed by a citizens initiative petition process. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE X, FLORIDA CONSTITUTION, is amended to include the following new section: Voter Control of Gambling in Florida. (a) This amendment ensures that Florida voters shall have the exclusive right to decide whether to authorize casino gambling in the State of Florida. This amendment requires a vote by citizens initiative pursuant to Article XI, section 3, in order for casino gambling to be authorized under Florida law. This section amends this Article; and also affects Article XI, by making citizens initiatives the exclusive method of authorizing casino gambling. (b) As used in this section, casino gamblingŽ means any of the types of games typically found in casinos and that are within the definition of Class III gaming in the Federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, 25 U.S.C. § 2701 et seq. (IGRAŽ), and in 25 C.F.R. §502.4, upon adoption of this amendment, and any that are added to such definition of Class III gaming in the future. This includes, but is not limited to, any house banking game, including but not limited to card games such as baccarat, chemin de fer, blackjack (21), and pai gow (if played as house banking games); any player-banked game that simulates a house banking game, such as California black jack; casino games such as roulette, craps, and keno; any slot machines as defined in 15 U.S.C. 1171(a)(1); and any other game not authorized by Article X, section 15, whether or not defined as a slot machine, in which outcomes are determined by random number generator or are similarly assigned randomly, such as instant or historical racing. As used herein, casino gamblingŽ includes any electronic gambling devices, simulated gambling devices, video lottery devices, internet sweepstakes devices, and any other form of electronic or electromechanical facsimiles of any game of chance, slot machine, or casino-style game, regardless of how such devices are defined under IGRA. As used herein, casino gamblingŽ does not include pari -mutuel wagering on horse racing, dog racing, or jai alai exhibitions. For purposes of this section, gamblingŽ and gamingŽ are synonymous. (c) Nothing herein shall be deemed to limit the right of the Legislature to exercise its authority through general law to restrict, regulate, or tax any gaming or gambling activities. In addition, nothing herein shall be construed to limit the ability of the state or Native American tribes to negotiate gaming compacts pursuant to the Federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act for the conduct of casino gambling on tribal lands, or to affect any existing gambling on tribal lands pursuant to compacts executed by the state and Native American tribes pursuant to IGRA. (d) This section is effective upon approval by the voters, is self-executing, and no Legislative implementation is required. (e) If any part of this section is held invalid for any reason, the remaining portion or portions shall be severed from the invalid portion and given the fullest possible force and effect. NO. 4 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ARTICLE VI, SECTION 4 BALLOT TITLE: Voting Restoration Amendment BALLOT SUMMARY: This amendment restores the voting rights of Floridians with felony convictions after they complete all terms of their sentence including parole or probation. The amendment would not apply to those convicted of murder or sexual offenses, who would continue to be permanently barred from voting unless the Governor and Cabinet vote to restore their voting rights on a case by case basis. FINANCIAL IMPACT STATEMENT: The precise effect of this amendment on state and local government costs cannot be determined, but the operation of current voter registration laws, combined with an increased number of felons registering to vote, will produce higher overall costs relative to the processes in place today. The impact, if any, on state and local government revenues cannot be determined. The fiscal impact of any future legislation that implements a different process cannot be reasonably determined. FULL TEXT: Article VI, Section 4. Disqualifications. „ (a) No person convicted of a felony, or adjudicated in this or any other state to be mentally incompetent, shall be qualified to vote or hold office until restoration of civil rights or removal of disability. Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, any disqualification from voting arising from a felony conviction shall terminate and voting rights shall be restored upon completion of all terms of sentence including parole or probation. (b) No person convicted of murder or a felony sexual offense shall be qualified to vote until restoration of civil rights. (bc) No person may appear on the ballot for re-election to any of the following offices: (1) Florida representative, (2) Florida senator, (3) Florida Lieutenant governor, (4) any office of the Florida cabinet, (5) U.S. Representative from Florida, or (6) U.S. Senator from Florida if, by the end of the current term of office, the person will have served (or, but for resignation, would have served) in that office for eight consecutive years. NO. 5 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ARTICLE VII, SECTION 19 BALLOT TITLE: Supermajority Vote Required to Impose, Authorize, or Raise State Taxes or Fees BALLOT SUMMARY: Prohibits the legislature from imposing, authorizing, or raising a state tax or fee except through legislation approved by a two-thirds vote of each house of the legislature in a bill containing no other subject. This proposal does not authorize a state tax or fee otherwise prohibited by the Constitution and does not apply to fees or taxes imposed or authorized to be imposed by a county, municipality, school board, or special district. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE VII FINANCE AND TAXATION SECTION 19. Supermajority vote required to impose, authorize, or raise state taxes or fees. „ (a) SUPERMAJORITY VOTE REQUIRED TO IMPOSE OR AUTHORIZE NEW STATE TAX OR FEE. No new state tax or fee may be imposed or authorized by the legislature except through legislation approved by two-thirds of the membership of each house of the legislature and presented to the Governor for approval pursuant to Article III, Section 8. (b) SUPERMAJORITY VOTE REQUIRED TO RAISE STATE TAXES OR FEES. No state tax or fee may be raised by the legislature except through legislation approved by two-thirds of the membership of each house of the legislature and presented to the Governor for approval pursuant to Article III, Section 8. (c) APPLICABILITY. This section does not authorize the imposition of any state tax or fee otherwise prohibited by this Constitution, and does not apply to any tax or fee imposed by, or authorized to be imposed by, a county, municipality, school board, or special district. (d) DEFINITIONS. As used in this section, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) "Fee" means any charge or payment required by law, including any fee for service, fee or cost for licenses, and charge for service. (2) "Raise" means: a. To increase or authorize an increase in the rate of a state tax or fee imposed on a percentage or per mill basis; b. To increase or authorize an increase in the amount of a state tax or fee imposed on a flat or fixed amount basis; or c. To decrease or eliminate a state tax or fee exemption or credit. (e) SINGLE-SUBJECT. A state tax or fee imposed, authorized, or raised under this section must be contained in a separate bill that contains no other subject. NO. 6 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION ARTICLE I, SECTION 16 ARTICLE V, SECTIONS 8 AND 21 ARTICLE XII, NEW SECTION BALLOT TITLE: Rights of Crime Victims; Judges BALLOT SUMMARY: Creates constitutional rights for victims of crime; requires courts to facilitate victims rights; authorizes victims to enforce their rights throughout criminal and juvenile justice processes. Requires judges and hearing officers to independently interpret statutes and rules rather than deferring to government agencys interpretation. Raises mandatory retirement age of state justices and judges from seventy to seventy-five years; deletes authorization to complete judicial term if one-half of term has been served by retirement age. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE I DECLARATION OF RIGHTS SECTION 16. Rights of accused and of victims. „ (a) In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall, upon demand, be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation, and shall be furnished a copy of the charges, and shall have the right to have compulsory process for witnesses, to confront at trial adverse witnesses, to be heard in person, by counsel or both, and to have a speedy and public trial by impartial jury in the county where the crime was committed. If the county is not known, the indictment or information may charge venue in two or more counties conjunctively and proof that the crime was committed in that area shall be sufficient; but before pleading the accused may elect in which of those counties the trial will take place. Venue for prosecution of crimes committed beyond the boundaries of the state shall be fixed by law. (b) To preserve and protect the right of crime victims to achieve justice, ensure a meaningful role throughout the criminal and juvenile justice systems for crime victims, and ensure that crime victims rights and interests are respected and protected by law in a manner no less vigorous than protections afforded to criminal defendants and juvenile delinquents, every victim is entitled to the following rights, beginning at the time of his or her victimization: (1) The right to due process and to be treated with fairness and respect for the victims d ignity. (2) The right to be free from intimidation, harassment, and abuse. (3) The right, within the judicial process, to be reasonably protected from the accused and any person acting on behalf of the accused. However, nothing contained herein is intended to create a special relationship between the crime victim and any law enforcement agency or office absent a special relationship or duty as defined by Florida law. (4) The right to have the safety and welfare of the victim and the victims family considered when setting bail, including setting pretrial release conditions that protect the safety and welfare of the victim and the victims family. (5) The right to prevent the disclosure of information or records that could be used to locate or harass the vict im or the victims family, or which could disclose confidential or privileged information of the victim. (6) A victim shall have the following specific rights upon request: a. The right to reasonable, accurate, and timely notice of, and to be present at, all public proceedings involving the criminal conduct, including, but not limited to, trial, plea, sentencing, or adjudication, even if the victim will be a witness at the proceeding, notwithstanding any rule to the contrary. A victim shall also be provided reasonable, accurate, and timely notice of any release or escape of the defendant or delinquent, and any proceeding during which a right of the victim is implicated. b. The right to be heard in any public proceeding involving pretrial or other release from any form of legal constraint, plea, sentencing, adjudication, or parole, and any proceeding during which a right of the victim is implicated. c. The right to confer with the prosecuting attorney concerning any plea agreements, participation in pretrial diversion programs, release, restitution, sentencing, or any other disposition of the case. d. The right to provide information regarding the impact of the offenders conduct on the victim and the victims family to the individual responsible for conductin g any presentence investigation or compiling any presentence investigation report, and to have any such information considered in any sentencing recommendations submitted to the court. e. The right to receive a copy of any presentence report, and any other report or record relevant to the exercise of a victims right, except for such portions made confidential or exempt by law. f. The right to be informed of the conviction, sentence, adjudication, place and time of incarceration, or other disposition of the convicted offender, any scheduled release date of the offender, and the release of or the escape of the offender from custody. g. The right to be informed of all postconviction processes and procedures, to participate in such processes and procedures, to provide information to the release authority to be considered before any release decision is made, and to be notified of any release decision regarding the offender. The parole or early release authority shall extend the right to be heard to any person harmed by the offender. h. The right to be informed of clemency and expungement procedures, to provide information to the governor, the court, any clemency board, and other authority in these procedures, and to have that information considered before a clemency or expungement decision is made; and to be notified of such decision in advance of any release of the offender. (7) The rights of the victim, as provided in subparagraph (6)a., subparagraph (6)b., or subparagraph (6)c., that apply to any first appearance proceeding are satisfied by a reasonable attempt by the appropriate agency to notify the victim and convey the victims views to the court. (8) The right to the prompt return of the victims property when no longer needed as evidence in the case. (9) The right to full and timely restitution in every case and from each convicted offender for all losses suffered, both directly and indirectly, by the victim as a result of the criminal conduct. (10) The right to proceedings free from unreasonable delay, and to a prompt and final conclusion of the case and any related postjudgment proceedings. a. The state attorney may file a good faith demand for a speedy trial and the trial court shall hold a calendar call, with notice, within fifteen days of the filing demand, to schedule a trial to commence on a date at least five days but no more than sixty days after the date of the calendar call unless the trial judge enters an order with specific findings of fact justifying a trial date more than sixty days after the calendar call. b. All state-level appeals and collateral attacks on any judgment must be complete within two years from the date of appeal in non-capital cases and within five years from the date of appeal in capital cases, unless a court enters an order with specific findings as to why the court was unable to comply with this subparagraph and the circumstances causing the delay. Each year, the chief judge of any district court of appeal or the chief justice of the supreme court shall report on a case-bycase basis to the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate all cases where the court entered an order regarding inability to comply with this subparagraph. The legislature may enact legislation to implement this subparagraph. (11) The right to be informed of these rights, and to be informed that victims can seek the advice of an attorney with respect to their rights. This information shall be made available to the general public and provided to all crime victims in the form of a card or by other means intended to effectively advise the victim of their rights under this section. (c) The victim, the retained attorney of the victim, a lawful representative of the victim, or the office of the state attorney upon request of the victim, may assert and seek enforcement of the rights enumerated in this section and any other right afforded to a victim by law in any trial or appellate court, or before any other authority with jurisdiction over the case, as a matter of right. The court or other authority with jurisdiction shall act promptly on such a request, affording a remedy by due course of law for the violation of any right. The reasons for any decision regarding the disposition of a victims right shall be clearly stated on the record. (d) The granting of the rights enumerated in this section to victims may not be construed to deny or impair any other rights possessed by victims. The provisions of this section apply throughout criminal and juvenile justice processes, are selfexecuting, and do not require implementing legislation. This section may not be construed to create any cause of action for damages against the state or a political subdivision of the state, or any officer, employee, or agent of the state or its political subdivisions. (e) As used in this section, a victimŽ is a person who suffers direct or threatened physical, psychological, or financial harm as a result of the commission or attempted commission of a crime or delinquent act or against whom the crime or delinquent a ct is committed. The term victimŽ includes the victims lawful representative, the parent or guardian of a minor, or the next of kin of a homicide victim, except upon a showing that the interest of such individual would be in actual or potential conflict with the interests of the victim. The term victimŽ does not include the accused. The terms crimeŽ and criminalŽ include delinquent acts and conduct Victims of crime or their lawful representatives, including the next of kin of homicide victims, are entitled to the right to be informed, to be present, and to be heard when relevant, at all crucial stages of criminal proceedings, to the extent that these rights do not interfere with the constitutional rights of the accused. ARTICLE V JUDICIARY SECTION 8. Eligibility. „ No person shall be eligible for office of justice or judge of any court unless the person is an elector of the state and resides in the territorial jurisdiction of the court. No justice or judge shall serve after attaining the age of seventy-five seventy years except upon temporary assignment or to complete a term, one-half of which has been served. No person is eligible for the office of justice of the supreme court or judge of a district court of appeal unless the person is, and has been for the preceding ten years, a member of the bar of Florida. No person is eligible for the office of circuit judge unless the person is, and has been for the preceding five years, a member of the bar of Florida. Unless otherwise provided by general law, no person is eligible for the office of county court judge unless the person is, and has been for the preceding five years, a member of the bar of Florida. Unless otherwise provided by general law, a person shall be eligible for election or appointment to the office of county court judge in a county having a population of 40,000 or less if the person is a member in good standing of the bar of Florida. SECTION 21. Judicial interpretation of statutes and rules. „ In interpreting a state statute or rule, a state court or an officer hearing an administrative action pursuant to general law may not defer to an administrative agencys interpretation of such statute or rule, and must instead interpret such statute or rule de novo. ARTICLE XII SCHEDULE Eligibility of justices and judges. „ The amendment to Section 8 of Article V, which increases the age at which a justice or judge is no longer eligible to serve in judicial office except upon temporary assignment, shall take effect July 1, 2019. NO. 7 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION ARTICLE IX, SECTIONS 7 AND 8 ARTICLE X, NEW SECTION BALLOT TITLE: First Responder and Military Member Survivor Benefits; Public Colleges and Universities BALLOT SUMMARY: Grants mandatory payment of death benefits and waiver of certain educational expenses to qualifying survivors of certain first responders and military members who die performing official duties. Requires supermajority votes by university trustees and state university system board of governors to raise or impose all legislatively authorized fees if law requires approval by those bodies. Establishes existing state college system as constitutional entity; provides governance structure. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE IX EDUCATION SECTION 7. State University System. „ (a) PURPOSES. In order to achieve excellence through teaching students, advancing research and providing public service for the benefit of Floridas citizens, their communities and economies, the people hereby establish a system of governance for the state university system of Florida. (b) STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM. There shall be a single state university system comprised of all public universities. A board of trustees shall administer each public university and a board of governors shall govern the state university system. (c) LOCAL BOARDS OF TRUSTEES. Each local constituent university shall be administered by a board of trustees consisting of thirteen members dedicated to the purposes of the state university system. The board of governors shall establish the powers and duties of the boards of trustees. Each board of trustees shall consist of six citizen members appointed by the governor and five citizen members appointed by the board of governors. The appointed members shall be confirmed by the senate and serve staggered terms of five years as provided by law. The chair of the faculty senate, or the equivalent, and the president of the student body of the university shall also be members. (d) STATEWIDE BOARD OF GOVERNORS. The board of governors shall be a body corporate consisting of seventeen members. The board shall operate, regulate, control, and be fully responsible for the management of the whole university system. These responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to, defining the distinctive mission of each constituent university and its articulation with free public schools and community colleges, ensuring the well-planned coordination and operation of the system, and avoiding wasteful duplication of facilit ies or programs. The boards management shall be subject to the powers of the legislature to appropriate for the expenditure of funds, and the board shall account for such expenditures as provided by law. The governor shall appoint to the board fourteen citizens dedicated to the purposes of the state university system. The appointed members shall be confirmed by the senate and serve staggered terms of seven years as provided by law. The commissioner of education, the chair of the advisory council of faculty senates, or the equivalent, and the president of the Florida student association, or the equivalent, shall also be members of the board. (e) FEES. Any proposal or action of a constituent university to raise, impose, or authorize any fee, as authorized by law, must be approved by at least nine affirmative votes of the members of the board of trustees of the constituent university, if approval by the board of trustees is required by general law, and at least twelve affirmative votes of the members of the board of governors, if approval by the board of governors is required by general law, in order to take effect. A fee under this subsection shall not include tuition. SECTION 8. State College System. „ (a) PURPOSES. In order to achieve excellence and to provide access to undergraduate education to the students of this state; to originate articulated pathways to a baccalaureate degree; to ensure superior commitment to teaching and learning; and to respond quickly and efficiently to meet the demand of communities by aligning certificate and degree programs with local and regional workforce needs, the people hereby establish a system of governance for the state college system of Florida. (b) STATE COLLEGE SYSTEM. There shall be a single state college system comprised of all public community and state colleges. A local board of trustees shall govern each state college system institution and the state board of education shall supervise the state college system. (c) LOCAL BOARDS OF TRUSTEES. Each state college system institution shall be governed by a local board of trustees dedicated to the purposes of the state college system. A member of a board of trustees must be a resident of the service delivery area of the college. The powers and duties of the boards of trustees shall be provided by law. Each member shall be appointed by the governor to staggered 4-year terms, subject to confirmation by the senate. (d) ROLE OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. The state board of education shall supervise the state college system as provided by law. ARTICLE X MISCELLANEOUS Death benefits for survivors of first responders and m ilitary members. „ (a) A death benefit shall be paid by the employing agency when a firefighter; a paramedic; an emergency medical technician; a law enforcement, correctional, or correctional probation officer; or a member of the Florida National Guard, while engaged in the performance of their official duties, is: (1) Accidentally killed or receives accidental bodily injury which results in the loss of the individuals life, provided that such killing i s not the result of suicide and that such bodily injury is not intentionally self-inflicted; or (2) Unlawfully and intentionally killed or dies as a result of such unlawful and intentional act or is killed during active duty. (b) A death benefit shall be paid by funds from general revenue when an active duty member of the United States Armed Forces is: (1) Accidentally killed or receives accidental bodily injury which results in the loss of the individuals life, provided that such killing is not the result of suicide and that such bodily injury is not intentionally self-inflicted; or (2) Unlawfully and intentionally killed or dies as a result of such unlawful and intentional act or is killed during active duty. (c) If a firefighter; a paramedic; an emergency medical technician; a law enforcement, correctional, or correctional probation officer; or an active duty member of the Florida National Guard or United States Armed Forces is accidentally killed as specified in paragraphs (a)(1) and (b)(1), or unlawfully and intentionally killed as specified in paragraphs (a)(2) and (b)(2), the state shall waive certain educational expenses that the child or spouse of the deceased first responder or military member incurs while obtaining a career certificate, an undergraduate education, or a postgraduate education. (d) An eligible first responder must have been working for the State of Florida or any of its political subdivisions or agencies at the time of death. An eligible military member must have been a resident of this state or his or her duty post must have been within this state at the time of death. (e) The legislature shall implement this section by general law. (f) This section shall take effect on July 1, 2019. NO. 8 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION ARTICLE IX, SECTION 4, NEW SECTION ARTICLE XII, NEW SECTION BALLOT TITLE: School Board Term Limits and Duties; Public Schools BALLOT SUMMARY: Creates a term limit of eight consecutive years for school board members and requires the legislature to provide for the promotion of civic literacy in public schools. Currently, district school boards have a constitutional duty to operate, control, and supervise all public schools. The amendment maintains a school boards duties to public schools it establishes, but permits the state to operate, control, and supervise public schools not established by the school board. adno=3614257-1

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www.highlandsnewssun.com September 25, 2018 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | B7adno=3614255-1FULL TEXT: ARTICLE IX EDUCATION SECTION 4. School districts; school boards. „ (a) Each county shall constitute a school district; provided, two or more contiguous counties, upon vote of the electors of each county pursuant to law, may be combined into one school district. In each school district there shall be a school board composed of five or more members chosen by vote of the electors in a nonpartisan election for appropriately staggered terms of four years, as provided by law. A person may not appear on the ballot for re-election to the office of school board if, by the end of the current term of office, the person would have served, or but for resignation would have served, in that office for eight consecutive years. (b) The school board shall operate, control, and supervise all free public schools established by the district school board within the school district and determine the rate of school district taxes within the limits prescribed herein. Two or more school districts may operate and finance joint educational programs. SECTION Civic literacy. „ As education is essential to the preservation of the rights and liberties of the people, the legislature shall provide by law for the promotion of civic literacy in order to ensure that students enrolled in public education understand and are prepared to exercise their rights and responsibilities as citizens of a constitutional republic. ARTICLE XII SCHEDULE Limitation on terms of office for members of a district school board.This section and the amendment to Section 4 of Article IX imposing term limits for the terms of office for members of a district school board shall take effect on the date it is approved by the electorate, but no service in a term of office which commenced prior to November 6, 2018, will be counted against the limitation imposed by this amendment. NO. 9 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION ARTICLE II, SECTION 7 ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 BALLOT TITLE: Prohibits Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling; Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed Indoor Workplaces BALLOT SUMMARY: Prohibits drilling for the exploration or extraction of oil and natural gas beneath all stateowned waters between the mean high water line and the states outermost territorial boundaries. Adds use of vapor-generating electronic devices to current prohibition of tobacco smoking in enclosed indoor workplaces with exceptions; permits more restrictive local vapor ordinances. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE II GENERAL PROVISIONS SECTION 7. Natural resources and scenic beauty. „ (a) It shall be the policy of the state to conserve and protect its natural resources and scenic beauty. Adequate provision shall be made by law for the abatement of air and water pollution and of excessive and unnecessary noise and for the conservation and protection of natural resources. (b) Those in the Everglades Agricultural Area who cause water pollution within the Everglades Protection Area or the Everglades Agricultural Area shall be primarily responsible for paying the costs of the abatement of that pollution. For the purposes of this subsection, the terms Everglades Protection AreaŽ and Everglades Agricultural AreaŽ shall have the meanings as defined in statutes in effect on January 1, 1996. (c) To protect the people of Florida and their environment, drilling for exploration or extraction of oil or natural gas is prohibited on lands beneath all state waters which have not been alienated and that lie between the mean high water line and the outermost boundarie s of the states territorial seas. This prohibition does not apply to the transportation of oil and gas products produced outside of such waters. This subsection is self-executing. ARTICLE X MISCELLANEOUS SECTION 20. Workplaces without tobacco smoke or vapor. „ (a) PROHIBITION. As a Florida health initiative to protect people from the health hazards of second-hand tobacco smoke and vapor, tobacco smoking and the use of vapor-generating electronic devices are is prohibited in enclosed indoor workplaces. This section does not preclude the adoption of ordinances that impose more restrictive regulation on the use of vapor-generating electronic devices than is provided in this section. (b) EXCEPTIONS. As further explained in the definitions below, tobacco smoking and the use of vapor-generating electronic devices may be permitted in private residences whenever they are not being used commercially to provide child care, adult care, or health care, or any combination thereof; and further may be permitted in retail tobacco shops, vapor-generating electronic device retailers designated smoking guest rooms at hotels and other public lodging establishments; and stand-alone bars. However, nothing in this section or in its implementing legislation or regulations shall prohibit the owner, lessee, or other person in control of the use of an enclosed indoor workplace from further prohibiting or limiting smoking or the use of vapor-generating electronic devices therein. (c) DEFINITIONS. For purposes of this section, the following words and terms shall have the stated meanings: (1) SmokingŽ means inhaling, exhaling, burning, carrying, or possessing any lighted tobacco product, including cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, and any other lighted tobacco product. (2) Second hand smoke,Ž also known as environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), means smoke emitted from lighted, smoldering, or burning tobacco when the smoker is not inhaling; smoke emitted at the mouthpiece during puff drawing; and smoke exhaled by the smoker. (3) WorkŽ means any persons providing any employment or employment-type service for or at the request of another individual or individuals or any public or private entity, whether for compensation or not, whether full or part-time, whether legally or not. WorkŽ includes, without limitation, any such service performed by an employee, independent contractor, agent, partner, proprietor, manager, officer, director, apprentice, trainee, associate, servant, volunteer, and the like. (4) Enclosed indoor workplaceŽ means any place where one or more persons engages in work, and which place is predominantly or totally bounded on all sides and above by physical barriers, regardless of whether such barriers consist of or include uncovered openings, screened or otherwise partially covered openings; or open or closed windows, jalousies, doors, or the like. This section applies to all such enclosed indoor workplaces without regard to whether work is occurring at any given time. (5) CommercialŽ use of a private residence means any time during which the owner, lessee, or other person occupying or controlling the use of the private residence is furnishing in the private residence, or causing or allowing to be furnished in the private residence, child care, adult care, or health care, or any combination thereof, and receiving or expecting to receive compensation therefor. (6) Retail tobacco shopŽ means any enclosed i ndoor workplace dedicated to or predominantly for the retail sale of tobacco, tobacco products, and accessories for such products, in which the sale of other products or services is merely incidental. (7) Designated smoking guest rooms at public lodging establishmentsŽ means the sleeping rooms and directly associated private areas, such as bathrooms, living rooms, and kitchen areas, if any, rented to guests for their exclusive transient occupancy in public lodging establishments including hotels, motels, resort condominiums, transient apartments, transient lodging establishments, rooming houses, boarding houses, resort dwellings, bed and breakfast inns, and the like; and designated by the person or persons having management authority over such public lodging establishment as rooms in which smoking may be permitted. (8) Stand alone barŽ means any place of business devoted during any time of operation predominantly or totally to serving alcoholic beverages, intoxicating beverages, or intoxicating liquors, or any combination thereof, for consumption on the licensed premises; in which the serving of food, if any, is merely incidental to the consumption of any such beverage; and that is not located within, and does not share any common entryway or common indoor area with, any other enclosed indoor workplace including any business for which the sale of food or any other product or service is more than an incidental source of gross revenue. (9) Vapor generating electronic deviceŽ means any product that employs an electronic, a chemical, or a mechanical means capable of producing vapor or aerosol from a nicotine product or any other substance, including, but not limited to, an electronic cigarette, electronic cigar, electronic cigarillo, electronic pipe, or other similar device or product, any replacement cartridge for such device, and any other container of a solution or other substance intended to be used with or within an electronic cigarette, electronic cigar, electronic cigarillo, electronic pipe, or other similar device or product. (10) Vapor -generating electronic device retailerŽ means any enclosed indoor workplace dedicated to or predominantly for the retail sale of vapor-generating electronic devices and components, parts, and accessories for such products, in which the sale of other products or services is merely incidental. (d) LEGISLATION. In the next regular legislative session occurring after voter approval of this section or any amendment to this section amendment, the Florida legislature shall adopt legislation to implement this section and any amendment to this section amendment in a manner consistent with its broad purpose and stated terms, and having an effective date no later than July 1 of the year following voter approval. Such legislation shall include, without limitation, civil penalties for violations of this section; provisions for administrative enforcement; and the requirement and authorization of agency rules for implementation and enforcement. This section does not Nothing herein shall preclude the legislature from enacting any law constituting or allowing a more restrictive regulation of tobacco smoking or the use of vapor-generating electronic devices than is provided in this section. NO. 10 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION ARTICLE III, SECTION 3 ARTICLE IV, SECTIONS 4 AND 11 ARTICLE VIII, SECTIONS 1 AND 6 BALLOT TITLE: State and Local Government Structure and Operation BALLOT SUMMARY: Requires legislature to retain department of veterans affairs. Ensures election of sheriffs, property appraisers, supervisors of elections, tax collectors, and clerks of court in all counties; removes county charters ability to abolish, change term, transfer duties, or eliminate election of these offices. Changes annual legislative session commencement date in evennumbered years from March to January; removes legislatures authorization to fix another date. Creates office of domestic security and counterterrorism within department of law enforcement. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE III LEGISLATURE SECTION 3. Sessions of the legislature. „ (a) ORGANIZATION SESSIONS. On the fourteenth day following each general election the legislature shall convene for the exclusive purpose of organization and selection of officers. (b) REGULAR SESSIONS. A regul ar session of the legislature shall convene on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in March of each odd-numbered year, and on the second first Tuesday after the first Monday in January March, or such other date as may be fixed by law, of each even-numbered year. (c) SPECIAL SESSIONS. (1) The governor, by proclamation stating the purpose, may convene the legislature in special session during which only such legislative business may be transacted as is within the purview of the proclamation, or of a communication from the governor, or is introduced by consent of two-thirds of the membership of each house. (2) A special session of the legislature may be convened as provided by law. (d) LENGTH OF SESSIONS. A regular session of the legislature shall not exceed sixty consecutive days, and a special session shall not exceed twenty consecutive days, unless extended beyond such limit by a three-fifths vote of each house. During such an extension no new business may be taken up in either house without the consent of two-thirds of its membership. (e) ADJOURNMENT. Neither house shall adjourn for more than seventy-two consecutive hours except pursuant to concurrent resolution. (f) ADJOURNMENT BY GOVERNOR. If, during any regular or special session, the two houses cannot agree upon a time for adjournment, the governor may adjourn the session sine die or to any date within the period authorized for such session; provided that, at least twenty-four hours before adjourning the session, and while neither house is in recess, each house shall be given formal written notice of the governors intention to do so, and agreement reached within that period by both houses on a time for adjournment shall prevail. ARTICLE IV EXECUTIVE SECTION 4. Cabinet. „ (a) There shall be a cabinet composed of an attorney general, a chief financial officer, and a commissioner of agriculture. In addition to the powers and duties specified herein, they shall exercise such powers and perform such duties as may be prescribed by law. In the event of a tie vote of the governor and cabinet, the side on which the governor voted shall be deemed to prevail. (b) The attorney general shall be the chief state legal officer. There is created in the office of the attorney general the position of statewide prosecutor. The statewide prosecutor shall have concurrent jurisdiction with the state attorneys to prosecute violations of criminal laws occurring or having occurred, in two or more judicial circuits as part of a related transaction, or when any such offense is affecting or has affected two or more judicial circuits as provided by general law. The statewide prosecutor shall be appointed by the attorney general from not less than three persons nominated by the judicial nominating commission for the supreme court, or as otherwise provided by general law. (c) The chief financial officer shall serve as the chief fiscal officer of the state, and shall settle and approve accounts against the state, and shall keep all state funds and securities. (d) The commissioner of agriculture shall have supervision of matters pertaining to agriculture except as otherwise provided by law. (e) The governor as chair, the chief financial officer, and the attorney general shall constitute the state board of administration, which shall succeed to all the power, control, and authority of the state board of administration established pursuant to Article IX, Section 16 of the Constitution of 1885, and which shall continue as a body at least for the life of Article XII, Section 9(c). (f) The governor as chair, the chief financial officer, the attorney general, and the commissioner of agriculture shall constitute the trustees of the internal improvement trust fund and the land acquisition trust fund as provided by law. (g) The governor as chair, the chief financial officer, the attorney general, and the commissioner of agriculture shall constitute the agency head of the Department of Law Enforcement. The Office of Domestic Security and Counterterrorism is created within the Department of Law Enforcement. The Office of Domestic Security and Counterterrorism shall provide support for prosecutors and federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies that investigate or analyze information relating to attempts or acts of terrorism or that prosecute terrorism, and shall perform any other duties that are provided by law. SECTION 11. Department of Veterans Veterans Affairs. „ The legislature, by general law, shall provide for a may provide for the establishment of the Department of Veterans Veterans Affairs and prescribe its duties. The head of the department is the governor and cabinet. ARTICLE VIII LOCAL GOVERNMENT SECTION 1. Counties. „ (a) POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS. The state shall be divided by law into political subdivisions called counties. Counties may be created, abolished or changed by law, with provision for payment or apportionment of the public debt. (b) COUNTY FUNDS. The care, custody and method of disbursing county funds shall be provided by general law. (c) GOVERNMENT. Pursuant to general or special law, a county government may be established by charter which shall be adopted, amended or repealed only upon vote of the electors of the county in a special election called for that purpose. (d) COUNTY OFFICERS. There shall be elected by the electors of each county, for terms of four years, a sheriff, a tax collector, a property appraiser, a supervisor of elections, and a clerk of the circuit court; except, when provided by county charter or special law approved by vote of the electors of the county, any county officer may be chosen in another manner therein specified, or any county office may be abolished when all the duties of the office prescribed by general law are transferred to another office. Unless When not otherwise provided by county charter or special law approved by vote of the electors or pursuant to Article V, section 16, the clerk of the circuit court shall be ex officio clerk of the board of county commissioners, auditor, recorder and custodian of all county funds. Notwithstanding subsection 6(e) of this article, a county charter may not abolish the office of a sheriff, a tax collector, a property appraiser, a supervisor of elections, or a clerk of the circuit court; transfer the duties of those officers to another officer or office; change the length of the four-year term of office; or establish any manner of selection other than by election by the electors of the county. (e) COMMISSIONERS. Except when otherwise provided by county charter, the governing body of each county shall be a board of county commissioners composed of five or seven members serving staggered terms of four years. After each decennial census the board of county commissioners shall divide the county into districts of contiguous territory as nearly equal in population as practicable. One commissioner residing in each district shall be elected as provided by law. (f) NON-CHARTER GOVERNMENT. Counties not operating under county charters shall have such power of self-government as is provided by general or special law. The board of county commissioners of a county not operating under a charter may enact, in a manner prescribed by general law, county ordinances not inconsistent with general or special law, but an ordinance in conflict with a municipal ordinance shall not be effective within the municipality to the extent of such conflict. (g) CHARTER GOVERNMENT. Counties operating under county charters shall have all powers of local self-government not inconsistent with general law, or with special law approved by vote of the electors. The governing body of a county operating under a charter may enact county ordinances not inconsistent with general law. The charter shall provide which shall prevail in the event of conflict between county and municipal ordinances. (h) TAXES; LIMITATION. Property situate within municipalities shall not be subject to taxation for services rendered by the county exclusively for the benefit of the property or residents in unincorporated areas. (i) COUNTY ORDINANCES. Each county ordinance shall be filed with the custodian of state records and shall become effective at such time thereafter as is provided by general law. (j) VIOLATION OF ORDINANCES. Persons violating county ordinances shall be prosecuted and punished as provided by law. (k) COUNTY SEAT. In every county there shall be a county seat at which shall be located the principal offices and permanent records of all county officers. The county seat may not be moved except as provided by general law. Branch offices for the conduct of county business may be established elsewhere in the county by resolution of the governing body of the county in the manner prescribed by law. No instrument shall be deemed recorded until filed at the county seat, or a branch office designated by the governing body of the county for the recording of instruments, according to law. SECTION 6. Schedule to Article VIII. „ (a) This article shall replace all of Article VIII of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, except those sections expressly retained and made a part of this article by reference. (b) COUNTIES; COUNTY SEATS; MUNICIPALITIES; DISTRICTS. The status of the following items as they exist on the date this article becomes effective is recognized and shall be continued until changed in accordance with law: the counties of the state; their status with respect to the legality of the sale of intoxicating liquors, wines and beers; the method of selection of county officers; the performance of municipal functions by county officers; the county seats; and the municipalities and special districts of the state, their powers, jurisdiction and government. (c) OFFICERS TO CONTINUE IN OFFICE. Every person holding office when this article becomes effective shall continue in office for the remainder of the term if that office is not abolished. If the office is abolished the incumbent shall be paid adequate compensation, to be fixed by law, for the loss of emoluments for the remainder of the term. (d) ORDINANCES. Local laws relating only to unincorporated areas of a county on the effective date of this article may be amended or repealed by county ordinance. (e) CONSOLIDATION AND HOME RULE. Article VIII, Sections 9, 10, 11 and 24, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, shall remain in full force and effect as to each county affected, as if this article had not been adopted, until that county shall expressly adopt a charter or home rule plan pursuant to this article. All provisions of the Metropolitan Dade County Home Rule Charter, heretofore or hereafter adopted by the electors of Dade County pursuant to Article VIII, Section 11, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, shall be valid, and any amendments to such charter shall be valid; provided that the said provisions of such charter and the said amendments thereto are authorized under said Article VIII, Section 11, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended. (f) DADE COUNTY; POWERS CONFERRED UPON MUNICIPALITIES. To the extent not inconsistent with the powers of existing municipalities or general law, the Metropolitan Government of Dade County may exercise all the powers conferred now or hereafter by general law upon municipalities. (g) SELECTION AND DUTIES OF COUNTY OFFICERS. „ (1) Except as provided in this subsection, the amendment to Section 1 of this article, relating to the selection and duties of county officers, shall take effect January 5, 2021, but shall govern with respect to the qualifying for and the holding of the primary and general elections for county constitutional officers in 2020. (2) For Miami-Dade County and Broward County, the amendment to Section 1 of this article, relating to the selection and duties of county officers, shall take effect January 7, 2025, but shall govern with respect to the qualifying for and the holding of the primary and general elections for county constitutional officers in 2024. (h)(g) DELETION OF OBSOLETE SCHEDULE ITEMS. The legislature shall have power, by joint resolution, to delete from this article any subsection of this Section 6, including this subsection, when all events to which the subsection to be deleted is or could become applicable have occurred. A legislative determination of fact made as a basis for application of this subsection shall be subject to judicial review. NO. 11 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION ARTICLE I, SECTION 2 ARTICLE X, SECTIONS 9 AND 19 BALLOT TITLE: Property Rights; Removal of Obsolete Provision; Criminal Statutes BALLOT SUMMARY: Removes discriminatory language related to real property rights. Removes obsolete language repealed by voters. Deletes provision that amendment of a criminal statute will not affect prosecution or penalties for a crime committed before the amendment; retains current provision allowing prosecution of a crime committed before the repeal of a criminal statute. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE I DECLARATION OF RIGHTS SECTION 2. Basic rights. „ All natural persons, female and male alike, are equal before the law and have inalienable rights, among which are the right to enjoy and defend life and liberty, to pursue happiness, to be rewarded for industry, and to acquire, possess and protect property; except that the ownership, inheritance, disposition and possession of real property by aliens ineligible for citizenship may be regulated or prohibited by law. No person shall be deprived of any right because of race, religion, national origin, or physical disability. ARTICLE X MISCELLANEOUS SECTION 9. Repeal of criminal statutes. „ Repeal or amendment of a criminal statute shall not affect prosecution or punishment for any crime previously committed before such repeal. SECTION 19. Repealed High speed ground transportation system. „ To reduce traffic congestion and provide alternatives to the traveling public, it is hereby declared to be in the public interest that a high speed ground transportation system consisting of a monorail, fixed guideway or magnetic levitation system, capable of speeds in excess of 120 miles per hour, be developed and operated in the State of Florida to provide high speed ground transportation by innovative, efficient and effective technologies consisting of dedicated rails or guideways separated from motor vehicular traffic that will link the five largest urban areas of the State as determined by the Legislature and provide for access to existing air and ground transportation facilities and services. The Legislature, the Cabinet and the Governor are hereby directed to proceed with the development of such a system by the State and/or by a private entity pursuant to state approval and authorization, including the acquisition of right-of-way, the financing of design and construction of the system, and the operation of the system, as provided by specific appropriation and by law, with construction to begin on or before November 1, 2003. NO. 12 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION ARTICLE II, SECTION 8 ARTICLE V, SECTION 13 ARTICLE XII, NEW SECTION BALLOT TITLE: Lobbying and Abuse of Office by Public Officers BALLOT SUMMARY: Expands current restrictions on lobbying for compensation by former public officers; creates restrictions on lobbying for compensation by serving public officers and former justices and judges; provides exceptions; prohibits abuse of a public position by public officers and employees to obtain a personal benefit. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE II GENERAL PROVISIONS SECTION 8. Ethics in government. „ A public office is a public trust. The people shall have the right to secure and sustain that trust against abuse. To assure this right: (a) All elected constitutional officers and candidates for such offices and, as may be determined by law, other public officers, candidates, and employees shall file full and public disclosure of their financial interests. (b) All elected public officers and candidates for such offices shall file full and public disclosure of their campaign finances. (c) Any public officer or employee who breaches the public trust for private gain and any person or entity inducing such breach shall be liable to the state for all financial benefits obtained by such actions. The manner of recovery and additional damages may be provided by law. (d) Any public officer or employee who is convicted of a felony involving a breach of public trust shall be subject to forfeiture of rights and privileges under a public retirement system or pension plan in such manner as may be provided by law. (e) No member of the legislature or statewide elected officer shall personally represent another person or entity for compensation before the government body or agency of which the individual was an officer or member for a period of two years following vacation of office. No member of the legislature shall personally represent another person or entity for compensation during term of office before any state agency other than judicial tribunals. Similar restrictions on other public officers and employees may be established by law. (f)(1) For purposes of this subsection, the term public officerŽ means a statewide elected officer, a member of the legislature, a county commissioner, a county officer pursuant to Article VIII or county charter, a school board member, a superintendent of schools, an elected municipal officer, an elected special district officer in a special district with ad valorem taxing authority, or a person serving as a secretary, an executive director, or other agency head of a department of the executive branch of state government. (2) A public officer shall not lobby for compensation on issues of policy, appropriations, or procurement before the federal government, the legislature, any state government body or agency, or any political subdivision of this state, during his or her term of office. (3) A public officer shall not lobby for compensation on issues of policy, appropriations, or procurement for a period of six years after vacation of public position, as follows: a. A statewide elected officer or member of the legislature shall not lobby the legislature or any state government body or agency. b. A person serving as a secretary, an executive director, or other agency head of a department of the executive branch of state government shall not lobby the legislature, the governor, the executive office of the governor, members of the cabinet, a department that is headed by a member of the cabinet, or his or her former department. c. A county commissioner, a county officer pursuant to Article VIII or county charter, a school board member, a superintendent of schools, an elected municipal officer, or an elected special district officer in a special district with ad valorem taxing authority shall not lobby his or her former agency or governing body. (4) This subsection shall not be construed to prohibit a public officer from carrying out the duties of his or her public office. (5) The legislature may enact legislation to implement this subsection, including, but not limited to, defining terms and providing penalties for violations. Any such law shall not contain provisions on any other subject. (g)(f) There shall be an independent commission to conduct investigations and make public reports on all complaints concerning breach of public trust by public officers or employees not within the jurisdiction of the judicial qualifications commission. (h)(1)(g) A code of ethics for all state employees and nonjudicial officers prohibiting conflict between public duty and private interests shall be prescribed by law. (2) A public officer or public employee shall not abuse his or her public position in order to obtain a disproportionate benefit for himself or herself; his or her spouse, children, or employer; or for any business with which he or she contracts; in which he or she is an officer, a partner, a director, or a proprietor; or in which he or she owns an interest. The Florida Commission on Ethics shall, by rule in accordance with statutory procedures governing administrative rulemaking, define the term disproportionate benefitŽ and prescribe the requisite intent for finding a violation of this prohibition for purposes of enforcing this paragraph. Appropriate penalties shall be prescribed by law. (i)(h) This section shall not be construed to limit disclosures and prohibitions which may be established by law to preserve the public trust and avoid conflicts between public duties and private interests. (j)(i) Schedule „ On the effective date of this amendment and until changed by law: (1) Full and public disclosure of financial interests shall mean filing with the custodian of state records by July 1 of each year a sworn statement showing net worth and identifying each asset and liability in excess of $1,000 and its value together with one of the following: a. A copy of the persons most recent federal income tax return; or b. A sworn statement which identifies each separate source and amount of income which exceeds $1,000. The forms for such source disclosure and the rules under which they are to be filed shall be prescribed by the independent commission established in subsection (g) (f), and such rules shall include disclosure of secondary sources of income. (2) Persons holding statewide elective offices shall also file disclosure of their financial interests pursuant to paragraph (1) subsection (i)(1). (3) The independent commission provided for in subsection (g) (f) shall mean the Florida Commission on Ethics. ARTICLE V JUDICIARY SECTION 13. Ethics in the judiciary Prohibited activities. „ (a) All justices and judges shall devote full time to their judicial duties. A justice or judge They shall not engage in the practice of law or hold office in any political party. (b) A former justice or former judge shall not lobby for compensation on issues of policy, appropriations, or procurement before the legislative or executive branches of state government for a period of six years after he or she vacates his or her judicial position. The legislature may enact legislation to implement this subsection, including, but not limited to, defining terms and providing penalties for violations. Any such law shall not contain provisions on any other subject. ARTICLE XII SCHEDULE Prohibitions regarding lobbying for compensation and abuse of public position by public officers and public employees. „ The amendments to Section 8 of Article II and Section 13 of Article V shall take effect December 31, 2022; except that the amendments to Section 8(h) of Article II shall take effect December 31, 2020, and: (a) The Florida Commission on Ethics shall, by rule, define the term disproportionate benefitŽ and prescribe the requisite intent for finding a violation of the prohibition against abuse of public position by October 1, 2019, as specified in Section 8(h) of Article II. (b) Following the adoption of rules pursuant to subsection (a), the legislature shall enact implementing legislation establishing penalties for violations of the prohibition against abuse of public position to take effect December 31, 2020. NO. 13 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION ARTICLE X, NEW SECTION ARTICLE XII, NEW SECTION BALLOT TITLE: Ends Dog Racing BALLOT SUMMARY: Phases out commercial dog racing in connection with wagering by 2020. Other gaming activities are not affected. FULL TEXT: ARTICLE X MISCELLANEOUS Prohibition on racing of and wagering on greyhounds or other dogs.-The humane treatment of animals is a fundamental value of the people of the State of Florida. After December 31, 2020, a person authorized to conduct gaming or pari-mutuel operations may not race greyhounds or any member of the Canis Familiaris subspecies in connection with any wager for money or any other thing of value in this state, and persons in this state may not wager money or any other thing of value on the outcome of a live dog race occurring in this state. The failure to conduct greyhound racing or wagering on greyhound racing after December 31, 2018, does not constitute grounds to revoke or deny renewal of other related gaming licenses held by a person who is a licensed greyhound permitholder on January 1, 2018, and does not affect the eligibility of such permitholder, or such permitholders facility, to conduct other pa ri-mutuel activities authorized by general law. By general law, the legislature shall specify civil or criminal penalties for violations of this section and for activities that aid or abet violations of this section. ARTICLE XII SCHEDULE Prohibition on racing of or wagering on greyhounds or other dogs.-The amendment to Article X, which prohibits the racing of or wagering on greyhound and other dogs, and the creation of this section, shall take effect upon the approval of the electors.

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B8 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | September 25, 2018 www.highlandsnewssun.com adno=3614259-1PROPUESTAS DE ENMIENDAS Y REVISIONES CONSTITUCIONALES PARA LA ELECCION GENERAL DEL 2018 Yo, Ken Detzner, Secretario de Estado de la Florida, por el presente notifico que las siguientes enmiendas constitucionales propuestas y revisiones estarn presentes en la papeleta de las elecciones generales en cada condado de la eleccin general del 2018. El lenguaje para estas enmiendas tambin se puede encontrar en FloridaPublicNotices.com, en DOS.Elections.MyFlorida.com/initiatives, y en el sitio web de este peridico. N. 1 ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO VII, SECCI"N 6 ARTCULO XII, SECCI"N 37 TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Aumento de la Exencin sobre los Impuestos a la propiedad de la Vivienda Familiar ( Homestead ) RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Se propone una enmienda a la Constitucin del Estado con el fin de aumentar la exencin fiscal de la vivienda familiar mediante la exencin de la tasacin fiscal de la propiedad de la vivienda familiar superior a $100.000 y hasta $125.000 para todos los gravmenes, a excepcin de los gravmenes para distritos escolares. La enmienda entrar en vigencia el 1 de enero de 2019. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO VII FINANZAS Y TRIBUTACI"N SECCI"N 6. Exenciones fiscales para la vivienda familiar. (a) Todas las personas que tengan titularidad legal o equitativa sobre bienes races y mantengan en los mismos la residencia permanente del propietario, u otra que dependa legal o naturalmente del propietario, quedarn exentos de la tributacin sobre los mismos, a excepcin de las imposiciones para beneficios especiales, hasta la tasacin fiscal de veinticinco mil dlares y, respecto a todos los otros gravmenes a excepcin de los gravmenes para distritos escolares, sobre la tasacin fiscal superior a cincuenta mil dlares y hasta setenta y cinco mil dlares, y sobre la tasacin fiscal superior a cien mil dlares y hasta ciento veinticinco mil dlares, una vez que se establezca el derecho sobre estos segn lo prescribe la ley. La titularidad sobre los bienes races podr ser legal o equitativa, mancomunada, solidaria, en comn, como condominio, o indirectamente mediante la tenencia de acciones o la participacin que representen el derecho del propietario o socio en una sociedad que tenga el dominio o los derechos de arrendamiento que inicialmente superen noventa y ocho aos. La exencin no se aplicar respecto a ningn registro de evaluacin hasta que primero un organismo estatal designado por la ley general determine que dicho registro cumple las disposiciones de la Seccin 4. Esta exencin se revocar en la fecha de entrada en vigencia de cualquier enmienda a este Artculo que disponga la tasacin de la propiedad de la vivienda familiar a un valor inferior al valor justo. (b) No se le permitir ms de una exencin a ninguna persona o unidad familiar respecto a ninguna unidad residencial. Ninguna exencin superar el valor de los bienes races tasables al propietario o, en caso de posesin mediante acciones o participacin en una sociedad, el valor de la proporcin que devengue de la membresa en la corporacin sobre el valor tasado de la propiedad. (c) De conformidad con la ley general y con sujecin a las condiciones que se especifican en la misma, el Poder Legislativo podr entregarles a los arrendatarios que sean residentes permanentes una reduccin fiscal ad valorem sobre todos los gravmenes fiscales ad valorem. Dicha reduccin fiscal ad valorem se establecer de la forma y en el monto que disponga la ley general. (d) El poder legislativo podr, de conformidad con la ley general, permitirles a los condados o municipios, para efectos de sus gravmenes fiscales respectivos y con sujecin a las disposiciones de la ley general, conceder cualquiera de las siguientes exenciones fiscales adicionales para la vivienda familiar o ambas: (1) Una exencin que no supere cincuenta mil dlares para una persona que tenga titularidad legal o equitativa sobre bienes races y mantenga en los mismos la residencia permanente del propietario, que haya cumplido la edad de sesenta y cinco aos, y cuyos ingresos del hogar, segn lo define la ley general, no superen veinte mil dlares; o (2) Una exencin equivalente al valor tasado de la propiedad para una persona que tenga titularidad legal o equitativa sobre los bienes races con un valor justo inferior a doscientos cincuenta mil dlares, segn se determine en el primer ao fiscal que aplique el propietario y que cumpla los requisitos para la exencin, y que haya mantenido en los mismos la residencia permanente del propietario durante al menos veinticinco aos, que haya cumplido la edad de sesenta y cinco aos, y cuyos ingresos del hogar no superen la limitacin sobre ingresos que se prescribe en el prrafo (1). La ley general debe permitirles a los condados y municipios conceder dichas exenciones adicionales, dentro de los lmites que se prescriben en esta subseccin, mediante una ordenanza que se adopte de la manera que lo prescribe la ley general, y debe disponer el ajuste peridico de la limitacin sobre ingresos que se prescribe en esta subseccin respecto a los cambios en el costo de vida. (e) Cada veterano que tenga 65 aos o ms y que se encuentre total o parcialmente discapacitado recibir un descuento del monto del impuesto ad valorem que se adeude sobre la propiedad de la vivienda familiar que posea el veterano y donde el mismo resida si la discapacidad hubiera sido causada por el combate y el veterano hubiera sido dado de baja con honor tras retirarse del servicio militar. El descuento se expresar en un porcentaje equivalente al porcentaje de la discapacidad permanente vinculada al servicio del veterano, segn lo determine el Departamento de Asuntos de los Veteranos de los Estados Unidos. Para optar al descuento que concede esta subseccin, el solicitante debe presentarle al tasador de propiedades del condado, a ms tardar el 1 de marzo, una carta oficial del Departamento de Asuntos de los Veteranos de los Estados Unidos mediante la que se indique el porcentaje de la discapacidad vinculada al servicio del veterano y las pruebas que demuestren de manera razonable que la discapacidad fue causada por el combate, as como tambin una copia de la baja honorable del veterano. Si el tasador de propiedades rechaza la solicitud de descuento, el tasador debe notificarle al solicitante por escrito los motivos del rechazo, y el veterano podr volver a realizar la solicitud. El Poder Legislativo podr, de conformidad con la ley general, ceder del requerimiento anual de solicitudes en los aos posteriores. Esta subseccin tiene efecto inmediato y no necesita legislacin de implementacin. (f) De conformidad con la ley general y con sujecin a las condiciones y limitaciones que se especifican en la misma, el Poder Legislativo podr entregarle una deduccin fiscal ad valorem equivalente al monto total o una parte del impuesto ad valorem que se adeude sobre la propiedad de la vivienda familiar a: (1) La cnyuge sobreviviente de un veterano que haya muerto durante su servicio activo en calidad de miembro de las Fuerzas Armadas de los Estados Unidos. (2) La cnyuge sobreviviente de un miembro de primeros auxilios que haya muerto en acto de servicio. (3) Un miembro de primeros auxilios que se encuentre totalmente y permanentemente discapacitado a causa de una lesin o lesiones que haya sufrido en acto de servicio. La conexin causal entre una discapacidad y el acto de servicio no debe presumirse, sino que debe determinarse segn lo dispone la ley general. Para efectos de este prrafo, el trmino discapacidad no incluye una condicin crnica o enfermedad crnica, a menos que la lesin que se haya sufrido en acto de servicio hubiera sido la nica causa de la condicin crnica y la enfermedad crnica. Segn se usa en esta subseccin y segn lo defina ms extensamente la ley general, el trmino miembro de primeros auxilios hace referencia a un oficial de la polica, un oficial correccional, un bombero, un tcnico mdico de emergencia o un paramdico, y el trmino en servicio activo significa que surge a raz del desempeo real del servicio que sea necesario en virtud del trabajo como miembro de primeros auxilios. ARTCULO XII ANEXO SECCI"N 37. Aumento de exencin fiscal para la vivienda familiar. Esta seccin y la enmienda a la Seccin 6 del Artculo VII mediante las que se aumenta la exencin fiscal para la vivienda familiar a travs de la exencin de la tasacin fiscal de la propiedad de la vivienda familiar superior a $100.000 y hasta $125.000 para todos los gravmenes, a excepcin de los gravmenes para distritos escolares, entrarn en vigencia el 1 de enero de 2019. N. 2 ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO XII, SECCI"N 27 TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Limitaciones sobre las Tasaciones Fiscales de las Propiedades RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Se propone una enmienda a la Constitucin del Estado con el fin de conservar de manera permanente las disposiciones actualmente vigentes, las que limitan el aumento de las tasaciones fiscales sobre las propiedades en propiedades determinadas especficas que no sean destinadas a la vivienda familiar, a excepcin de los gravmenes para distritos escolares, a un 10% anual. Si se aprueba, la enmienda eliminar la revocacin programada de dichas disposiciones para el 2019 y entrar en vigencia el 1 de enero de 2019. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO XII ANEXO SECCI"N 27. Exenciones fiscales sobre las propiedades y limitaciones sobre las tasaciones fiscales sobre las propiedades. (a) Las enmiendas a las Secciones 3, 4 y 6 del Artculo VII, que disponen una exencin de $25.000 para los bienes muebles tangibles, que disponen una exencin fiscal adicional para la propiedad de la vivienda principal de $25.000, que autorizan el traspaso de los beneficios acumulados de las limitaciones sobre la tasacin de la propiedad de la vivienda familiar, y esta seccin, si se le presenta a los electores de este estado para su aprobacin o rechazo en una eleccin especial que la ley autoriz que se realizara el 29 de enero de 2008, entrarn en vigencia con la aprobacin de los electores y operarn de manera retroactiva hasta el 1 de enero de 2008 o, si se le pr esentan a los electores de este estado para su aprobacin o rechazo en la prxima eleccin general, entrarn en vigencia el 1 de enero del ao posterior a dicha eleccin general. Las enmiendas a la Seccin 4 del Artculo VII mediante las que se crean las subsecciones (g)(f) y (h)(g) de dicha seccin, mediante las que se crea una limitacin sobre el aumento de la tasacin anual para las propiedades determinadas especficas, entrarn en vigencia con la aprobacin de los electores y primero limitarn las tasaciones a partir del 1 de enero de 2009, si se aprueban en una eleccin especial que se realice el 29 de enero de 2008, o primero limitarn las tasaciones a partir del 1 de enero de 2010, si se aprueban en la eleccin general que se realice en noviembre de 2008. Las subsecciones (f) y (g) de la Seccin 4 del Artculo VII se revocan con fecha 1 de enero de 2019; sin embargo, el poder legislativo, mediante resolucin conjunta, propondr una enmienda mediante la que se abrogue la revocacin de las subsecciones (f) y (g), la que se les presentar a los electores de este estado para su aprobacin o rechazo en la eleccin general de 2018 y, si se aprueba, entrar en vigencia el 1 de enero de 2019. (b) La enmienda a la subseccin (a) mediante la que se abroga la revocacin programada de las subsecciones (g) y (h) de la Seccin 4 del Artculo VII de la Constitucin del Estado que exista en 2017 entrar en vigencia el 1 de enero de 2019. N. 3 ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO X, SECCI"N 29 TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Control de Apuestas en Florida por parte de los Votantes RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: La presente enmienda garantiza que los votantes de Florida tengan el derecho exclusivo a decidir si autorizar o no las apuestas en casinos, exigiendo que para que estas sean autorizadas conforme a la ley de Florida, deban ser primero aprobadas por los votantes de Florida de conformidad con el Artculo XI, Seccin 3 de la Constitucin de Florida. Afecta los artculos X y XI. Define las apuestas en casinos y aclara que la presente enmienda no discrepa con la ley federal respecto a los convenios entre tribus y el estado. DECLARACI"N DE IMPACTO FINANCIERO: El impacto de la enmienda en los ingresos pblicos y costos del gobierno estatal y local, si los hubiere, no pueden determinarse en este momento. Esto debido a que se desconoce su efecto en las operaciones de apuestas que no hayan sido aprobadas por los votantes mediante una enmienda constitucional propuesta a travs de un proceso de peticin de iniciativa por parte de los ciudadanos. TEXTO COMPLETO: EL ARTCULO X DE LA CONSTITUCI"N DE FLORIDA se enmienda para que incluya la siguiente nueva seccin: Control de Apuestas en Florida por parte de los Votantes. (a) La presente enmienda garantiza que los votantes de Florida tengan el derecho exclusivo a decidir si autorizar o no las apuestas en casinos en el Estado de Florida. La presente enmienda requiere del voto mediante una iniciativa de los ciudadanos de conformidad con el Artculo XI, Seccin 3, para que las apuestas en casinos sean autorizadas conforme a la ley de Florida. Esta seccin enmienda el presente Artculo; y adems afecta al Artculo XI, al hacer que las iniciativas de los ciudadanos sean el mtodo exclusivo de autorizar las apuestas en casinos. (b) Segn se utiliza en la pre sente seccin, apuestas en casinosŽ hace referencia a cualquiera de los tipos de juegos que suelen encontrarse en los casinos y que se ajustan a la definicin de juegos Clase III de la Federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act [Ley Federal de Regulacin de Juegos entre la Poblacin Indgena], 25 U.S.C. § 2701 y ss. (IGRAŽ), y en el 25 C.F.R. §502.4 una vez que se adopte la presente enmienda, y cualquiera que se agregue a dicha definicin de juegos Clase III en el futuro. Esto incluye, sin limitacin, cualquier juego donde la casa participe y pueda ganar, lo que incluye, sin limitacin, juegos de cartas como bacar, chemin de fer, blackjack (21), y pai gow (si se practican como juegos donde la casa participe) cualquier juego bancado por los jugadores que simule un juego donde la casa participe, como el black jack de California; juegos de casino como la ruleta, el pase ingls y el keno; cualquier mquina tragamonedas segn se definen en 15 U.S.C. 1171(a)(1); y cualquier otro juego no autorizado por el Artculo X, Seccin 15, ya sea si se define como una mquina tragamonedas o no, en el que los resultados sean determinados por un generador de nmeros aleatorios o se asignen de manera similar al azar, como instant o historical racing Segn se utiliza en el presente apuestas en casinosŽ incluye dispositivos electrnicos de apuestas dispositivos de apuestas simuladas, dispositivos de video lotera, dispositivos de concursos por Internet, y cualquier otra forma de rplica electrnica o electromecnica de cualquier juego de azar, mquina tragamonedas, o juego de casino, independientemente de la manera en que dichos dispositivos sean definidos conforme a la IGRA. Segn se utiliza en el presente, apuestas en casinosŽ no incluye apuestas mutuas en carreras de caballos, carreras de perros o exhibiciones de cesta punta. Para efectos de la presente seccin, apuestasŽ y juegosŽ son sinnimos. (c) Ninguna disposicin aqu empleada se considerar como que limita el derecho del Congreso a ejercer su autoridad a travs de la ley general para restringir, regular o gravar cualquier actividad de apuestas o juegos. Adems, ninguna disposicin aqu empleada se interpretar como que limita la capacidad del estado o de las tribus americanas nativas de negociar convenios en materia de juegos de conformidad con la Federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act con el fin de realizar apuestas en casinos en tierras tribales, o de afectar las apuestas existentes en tierras tribales de conformidad con los convenios formalizados por el estado y las tribus americanas nativas segn establece la IGRA. (d) La presente seccin tiene vigencia una vez aprobada por los votantes, tiene efecto inmediato y no se requiere ninguna implementacin legislativa. (e) Si cualquier parte de la presente seccin se considera invlida por cualquier razn, la parte o partes restantes sern separadas de la parte invlida y se les asignar la mayor vigencia posible. N. 4 ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO VI, SECCI"N 4 TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Enmienda de Restablecimiento de Derechos al Voto RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: La presente enmienda restablece los derechos de votacin de los Floridanos que han sido condenados por delitos graves despus de que cumplan todos los trminos de su sentencia, lo que incluye la libertad condicional o provisional. La enmienda no regira para aquellos condenados por homicidio o delitos sexuales, a quienes se les seguira prohibiendo de manera permanente votar, a menos que el Gobernador y el Gabinete votaran para restablecer sus derechos de votacin segn cada caso en particular. DECLARACI"N DE IMPACTO FINANCIERO: Los efectos precisos de la presente enmienda en los costos del gobierno estatal y local no pueden determinarse. Sin embargo, la vigencia de las leyes actuales de inscripcin de votantes, as como el mayor nmero de personas condenadas por delitos graves que se inscriban para votar, producir mayores costos generales en relacin a los procesos que existen actualmente. El impacto, si lo hubiere, en los ingresos pblicos del gobierno estatal y local no puede determinarse. El impacto fiscal de cualquier legislacin futura que implemente un proceso distinto no puede determinarse de manera razonable. TEXTO COMPLETO: Artculo VI, Seccin 4. Descalificacin. (a) Ninguna persona que haya sido condenada por un delito grave, o que haya sido declarada mentalmente incompetente en este o cualquier otro estado, estar habilitada para votar u ocupar un cargo pblico hasta que se restablezcan sus derechos civiles o hasta que desaparezca su discapacidad. Salvo segn se disponga en la subseccin (b) de la presente seccin, cualquier descalificacin votar que surja a raz de una condena por delito grave se extinguir, y los derechos de votacin se restablecern, una vez que se cumplan todos los trminos de la sentencia, incluyendo la libertad condicional o provisional. (b) Ninguna persona que haya sido condenada por homicidio o por un delito sexual grave estar habilitada para votar hasta que se restablezcan sus derechos civiles. (b c) Ninguna persona podr ser candidata a la reeleccin para ninguno de los siguientes cargos: (1) Representante de Florida, (2) Senador de Florida, (3) Vicegobernador de Florida, (4) Cualquier cargo del gabinete de Florida, (5) Representante de EE. UU. de Florida, o (6) Senador de EE. UU. de Florida Si, al trmino del perodo de su cargo, la persona ha ocupado (o, si no fuera por renuncia, hubiera ocupado) dicho cargo por ocho aos consecutivos. N. 5 ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO VII, SECCI"N 19 TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Voto Mayoritario Requerido para Imponer, Autorizar o Aumentar los Impuestos o Tasas Estatales RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Se prohbe al sistema legislativo imponer, autorizar o aumentar los impuestos o tasas estatales, a excepcin de cuando dos tercios de la membresa de cada casa del sistema legislativo hayan aprobado la legislacin a travs de una ley que no contenga ninguna otra materia. Esta propuesta no autoriza un impuesto o tasa estatal que est prohibido por la Constitucin y no aplica a ningn impuesto o tasa impuesta por, o autorizada para su imposicin por, un condado, municipalidad, junta escolar o distrito especial. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO VII FINANZAS Y TRIBUTACI"N SECCI"N 19. Para imponer, autorizar o elevar los impuestos o tasas estatales se requiere una mayora calificada de votos. „ (a) VOTO MAYORITARIO REQUERIDO PARA IMPONER O AUTORIZAR NUEVOS IMPUESTOS O TASAS ESTATALES. Ningn impuesto o tasa estatal pueden ser impuestos o autorizados por el sistema legislativo, a excepcin de cuando dos tercios de la membresa de cada casa del sistema legislativo hayan aprobado la legislacin y la misma haya sido presentada al Gobernador para su aprobacin de acuerdo con lo establecido en el Artculo III, Seccin 8. (b) VOTO MAYORITARIO REQUERIDO PARA AUMENTAR LOS IMPUESTOS O TASAS. Ningn impuesto o tasa estatal pued en ser aumentados por el sistema legislativo, a excepcin de cuando dos tercios de la membresa de cada casa del sistema legislativo hayan aprobado la legislacin y la misma haya sido presentada al Gobernador para su aprobacin de acuerdo con lo establecido en el Artculo III, Seccin 8. (c) APLICABILIDAD. Esta seccin no autoriza la imposicin de ningn impuesto o tasa estatal que estn prohibidos por la Constitucin, y no aplica a ningn impuesto o tasa impuesta por, o autorizada para su imposicin por, un condado, municipalidad, junta escolar o distrito especial. (d) DEFINICIONES. Conforme sern utilizados en esta seccin, los siguientes trminos contarn con los siguientes significados: (1) TasaŽ se refiere a cualquier cobro o pago requerido por la ley, incluyendo tasas de servicio, tasas o costos de emisin de licencias, y cargos por servicios. (2) AumentoŽ se refiere a: a. Aumentar o autorizar el aumento en la tasa de un impuesto estatal o una tasa impuesta sobre una base porcentual o por cada mil; b. Aumentar o autorizar el aumento en la cantidad de impuestos o tasas estatales que son calculados sobre una base plana o fija; o c. Disminuir o eliminar una exoneracin o crdito sobre un impuesto o tasa estatal. (e) MATERIA NICA. Los impuestos o tasas estatales impuestos, autorizados o aumentados bajo esta seccin deben estar contenidos en una ley separada que no contenga ninguna otra materia. N. 6 REVISI"N CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO I, SECCI"N 16 ARTCULO V, SECCIONES 8 Y 21 ARTCULO XII, NUEVA SECCI"N TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Derechos de las Vctimas de Delitos; Jueces RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Establece derechos constitucionales para las vctimas de delitos; exige que los tribunales faciliten los derechos de las vctimas; autoriza a las vctimas a hacer respetar sus derechos durante los procesos penales y de justicia juvenil. Exige que los jueces y los oficiales de audiencia interpreten de manera independiente los estatutos y las reglas en lugar de deferir a la interpretacin de la agencia gubernamental. Aumenta la edad obligatoria de jubilacin de jueces y magistrados estatales desde setenta a setenta y cinco aos; elimina la autorizacin para completar el trmino judicial si la mitad del plazo se ha cumplido antes de la edad de jubilacin. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO I DECLARACI"N DE DERECHOS SECCI"N 16. Derechos del acusado y de las vctimas. „ (a) En todos los procesamientos penales, el acusado deber, bajo pedido, ser informado de la naturaleza y causa de la acusacin, asimismo se le proporcionar una copia de los cargos, y tendr derecho a tener medidas compulsivas para la comparecencia de testigos, a enfrentar testigos adversos en el juicio, a ser escuchado en persona, por un abogado o ambos, y a tener un juicio rpido y pblico impartido por un jurado imparcial en el condado donde se cometi el crimen. Si no se conoce el condado, la acusacin o informacin podr cobrar lugar en dos o ms condados de manera conjunta y la prueba de que el crimen fue cometido en esa rea ser suficiente; sin embargo, antes de declararse, el acusado podr elegir en cul de estos condados se llevar a cabo el juicio. El lugar para el enjuiciamiento de los delitos cometidos fuera de los lmites del estado ser fijado por la ley. (b) Para preservar y proteger el derecho de las vctimas de delitos a alcanzar la justicia, garantizar a las vctimas de delitos un papel significativo en todos los sistemas de justicia penal y juvenil, y asegurar que los derechos e intereses de las vctimas de delitos sean respetados y protegidos por la ley de una manera no menos vigorosa que las protecciones otorgadas a los acusados penales y delincuentes juveniles, toda vctima tendr los siguientes derechos, a partir del momento de su victimizacin: (1) El derecho al debido proceso y a ser tratado con rectitud y respeto por la dignidad propia. (2) El derecho a ser libre de intimidacin, acoso y abuso. (3) El derecho, dentro del proceso judicial, de estar razonablemente protegido del acusado y de cualquier persona que acte en nombre del acusado. Sin embargo, nada de lo contenido en este documento tiene la intencin de crear una relacin especial entre la vctima del delito y cualquier agencia u oficina de aplicacin de la ley que no tenga una relacin o deber especial segn lo defina la ley de la Florida. (4) El derecho a tener en cuenta la seguridad y el bienestar de la vctima y de la familia de la vctima al establecer la fianza, incluyendo el establecimiento de condiciones de libertad provisional que protejan la seguridad y el bienestar de la vctima y de la familia de la vctima. (5) El derecho a evitar la divulgacin de informacin o registros que puedan ser utilizados para localizar o acosar a la vctima o la familia de la vctima, o que puedan revelar informacin confidencial o privilegiada de la vctima. (6) Una vctima tendr los siguientes derechos especficos bajo pedido: a. El derecho a recibir una notificacin razonable, precisa y oportuna, y a estar presente en todos los procedimientos pblicos que involucren la conducta delictiva, incluidos, entre otros: juicio, declaracin de culpabilidad, sentencia, o adjudicacin, incluso si la vctima ser un testigo en el procedimiento y a pesar de cualquier regla en lo contrario. A la vctima tambin se le proporcionar una notificacin razonable, precisa y oportuna de cualquier liberacin o escape del acusado o del delincuente, y de cualquier procedimiento durante el cual algn derecho de la vctima est implicado. b. El derecho a ser escuchado en cualquier procedimiento pblico que implique la libertad provisional u otro tipo de liberacin de cualquier forma de restriccin legal, declaracin de culpabilidad, sentencia, adjudicacin o libertad condicional, y en cualquier procedimiento durante el cual algn derecho de la vctima est implicado. c. El derecho de consultar con el fiscal sobre cualquier acuerdo de culpabilidad, participacin en programas alternativos previos al juicio, liberacin, restitucin, sentencia o cualquier otra disposicin del caso. d. El derecho a proporcionar informacin sobre el impacto de la conducta del delincuente sobre la vctima y la familia de la vctima a la persona responsable de llevar a cabo cualquier investigacin previa a la sentencia, a compilar cualquier informe de investigacin previo a la sentencia, y a hacer considerar cualquier informacin de este tipo en cualquier recomendacin de sentencia presentada al tribunal. e. El derecho a recibir una copia de cualquier informe previo a la sentencia y cualquier otro informe o registro relevante para el ejercicio del derecho de la vctima, a excepcin de aquellas partes que sean confidenciales o estn exentas por ley. f. El derecho a ser informado de la condena, sentencia, adjudicacin, lugar y tiempo de encarcelamiento u otra disposicin del delincuente convicto, as como de cualquier fecha programada para la excarcelacin del delincuente, y de la liberacin o el escape del delincuente de la custodia. g. El derecho a ser informado de todos los procesos y procedimientos posteriores a la condena, a participar en tales procesos y procedimientos, a proporcionar informacin a la autoridad de liberacin para que sea considerada antes de que se tome una decisin de liberacin, y a ser notificado de cualquier decisin de liberacin con respecto al delincuente. La autoridad de libertad condicional o de libertad anticipada extender el derecho a ser escuchado a cualquier persona perjudicada por el delincuente. h. El derecho a ser informado de los procedimientos de indulto y expurgo, a proporcionar informacin al gobernador, al tribunal, a cualquier junta de indulto y otras autoridades en estos procedimientos, a que esa informacin se considere antes de que se tome una decisin de clemencia o expurgo; y a ser notificado de tal decisin antes de cualquier liberacin del delincuente. (7) Los derechos de la vctima, segn lo dispuesto en el subprrafo (6) a., subprrafo (6) b., O subprrafo (6) c., que apliquen a cualquier primer procedimiento de comparecencia se cumplirn mediante un intento razonable por parte de la agencia competente para notificar a la vctima y transmitir las opiniones de la vctima al tribunal. (8) El derecho a la pronta devolucin de la propiedad de la vctima cuando ya no sea necesaria como evidencia en el caso. (9) El derecho a la restitucin completa y oportuna, en cada caso y por parte de cada delincuente condenado, por motivo de todas las prdidas sufridas por la vctima como resultado de la conducta delictiva, tanto directa como indirectamente. (10) El derecho a procedimientos sin demoras irrazonables, y a una pronta y final conclusin del caso y de cualquier procedimiento posterior al juicio. a. El abogado del estado podr presentar una demanda de buena fe para un juicio rpido, y el tribunal de primera instancia deber celebrar una audiencia de sealamientos, bajo previo aviso, dentro de los quince das de la presentacin de la demanda, para programar un juicio que comience en una fecha de al menos cinco das pero no ms de sesenta das despus de la fecha de la llamada del calendario, a menos que el juez de primera instancia presente una orden con determinaciones de hecho que justifiquen una fecha de prueba ms de sesenta das despus de la audiencia de sealamientos. b. Todas las apelaciones a nivel estatal y los ataques colaterales sobre cualquier sentencia debern completarse dentro de los dos aos posteriores a la apelacin en casos que no sean capitales y dentro de los cinco aos posteriores a la apelacin en casos capitales, a menos que un tribunal dicte una orden con conclusiones especficas acerca de por qu dicho tribunal no pudo cumplir con este subprrafo y las circunstancias que causaron el retraso. Cada ao, el juez principal de cualquier tribunal de apelacin del distrito o el presidente de la Suprema Corte informar caso por caso al presidente de la Cmara de Representantes y al presidente del Senado de todos los casos en que dicho tribunal introdujo una orden con respecto a la incapacidad de cumplir con este subprrafo. La legislatura podr promulgar legislacin para implementar este subprrafo. (11) El derecho a ser informado de estos derechos, y a ser informado de que las vctimas pueden buscar el consejo de un abogado con respecto a sus derechos. Esta informacin se pondr a disposicin del pblico en general y se proporcionar a todas las vctimas de delitos en forma de una tarjeta o por otros medios destinados a informar efectivamente a la vctima de sus derechos en virtud de esta seccin. (c) La vctima, el abogado retenido de la vctima, un representante legal de la vctima o la oficina del procurador del Estado, a peticin de la vctima, pueden hacer valer y solicitar el cumplimiento de los derechos enumerados en esta seccin y cualquier otro derecho otorgado a una vctima por ley en cualquier juicio o tribunal de apelacin, o ante cualquier otra autoridad con jurisdiccin sobre el caso, como cuestin de derecho. El tribunal u otra autoridad con jurisdiccin actuar con prontitud sobre dicha solicitud, ofreciendo una solucin jurdica de acuerdo con la ley por la violacin de cualquier derecho. Las razones de cualquier decisin con respecto a la disposicin del derecho de una vctima se indicarn claramente en el registro. (d) El otorgamiento de los derechos enumerados en esta seccin a las vctimas no puede interpretarse como denegacin o menoscabo de otros derechos que poseen las vctimas. Las disposiciones de esta seccin se aplican a todos los procesos penales y de justicia juvenil, son autoejecutables y no requieren una legislacin de implementacin. Esta seccin no podr ser interpretada para crear cualquier causa de accin por daos y perjuicios contra el estado o una subdivisin poltica del estado, o contra cualquier funcionario, empleado o agente del estado o sus subdivisiones polticas. (e) Como se usa en esta seccin, una "vctima" es una persona que sufre dao fsico, psicolgico o financiero directo o amenazado como resultado de la perpetracin o intento de perpetracin de un delito o acto delincuencial o contra quien el delito o acto delincuente es cometido. El trmino "vctima" incluye al representante legtimo de la vctima, al padre o tutor de un menor o al familiar de una vctima de homicidio, excepto cuando se demuestre que el inters de dicho individuo estara en conflicto real o potencial con los intereses de la vctima. El trmino "vctima" no incluye al acusado. Los trminos "delito" y "delincuente" incluyen conducta y actos delictivos. Las vctimas del crimen o sus representantes legtimos, incluidos los familiares de las vctimas de homicidios, tienen derecho a ser informados, a estar presentes, y a ser escuchados cuando sea pertinente, en todas las etapas cruciales de los procedimientos penales, en la medida en que estos derechos no interfieran con los derechos constitucionales del acusado. ARTCULO V PODER JUDICIAL SECCI"N 8. Elegibilidad. „ Ninguna persona ser elegible para el cargo de juez de la corte suprema o juez de cualquier corte a menos que dicha persona sea electora del estado y residente de la jurisdiccin territorial de la corte. Ningn juez o magistrado servir despus de haber cumplido los setenta y cinco setenta aos de edad, excepto en el caso de una asignacin temporal, o para completar un trmino, la mitad del cual ya haya sido cumplido. Ninguna persona es elegible para la Oficina de Justicia de la Corte Suprema o para ser juez de un tribunal de apelaciones de distrito, a menos que la persona sea, y haya sido durante los ltimos diez aos, miembro del colegio de abogados de Florida. Ninguna persona es elegible para la oficina de juez del circuito a menos que la persona sea, y haya sido durante los ltimos cinco aos, miembro del colegio de abogados de Florida. A menos que la ley general disponga lo contrario, ninguna persona es elegible para la oficina de juez del tribunal del condado, a menos que la persona sea, y haya sido durante los ltimos cinco aos, miembro del colegio de abogados de Florida. A menos que la ley general disponga lo contrario, una persona ser elegible ya sea por eleccin o nombramiento a la oficina de juez del tribunal del condado en un condado cuya poblacin sea de 40,000 habitantes o menos, si la persona es un miembro acreditado del Colegio de Abogados de Florida. SECCI"N 21. Interpretacin judicial de estatutos y reglas. „ Al interpretar un estatuto o norma estatal, un tribunal estatal o un funcionario atendiendo a una accin administrativa de conformidad con la ley general no podr deferir a la interpretacin de la agencia administrativa de tal estatuto o regla, y deber, por el contrario, interpretar dicho estatuto o regla por segunda vez. ARTCULO XII ANEXO Elegibilidad de magistrados y jueces. „ La enmienda a la Seccin 8 del Artculo V, que aumenta la edad a la que un juez o magistrado ya no es elegible para servir en un cargo judicial excepto por asignacin temporal, entrar en vigencia el 1 de julio de 2019. N. 7 REVISI"N CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO IX, SECCIONES 7 Y 8 ARTCULO X, NUEVA SECCI"N TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Beneficios para los Sobrevivientes de Miembros de Primeros Auxilios y Miembros Militares; Colegios y Universidades Pblicas RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Concede el pago obligatorio de beneficios por fallecimiento y la exencin de ciertos gastos de educacin a los sobrevivientes calificados de ciertos miembros de primeros auxilios y miembros militares que mueran realizando tareas oficiales. Exige una supermayora de votos de los administradores universitarios y de la junta de gobernadores del sistema universitario estatal para recaudar o imponer todas las tarifas autorizadas legislativamente si la ley requiere la aprobacin de dichos organismos. Establece el sistema de colegios estatales existente como una entidad constitucional; proporciona estructura de gobierno. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO IX EDUCACI"N SECCI"N 7. Sistema Universitario Estatal. „ (a) PROP"SITOS. Con el fin de lograr la excelencia a travs de la enseanza de los estudiantes, de avanzar la investigacin y de proveer servicios pblicos para el beneficio de los ciudadanos de la Florida, sus comunidades y economas, el pueblo de la Florida establece un sistema de gobierno para el sistema universitario del estado de la Florida. (b) SISTEMA UNIVERSITARIO ESTATAL. Habr solo un sistema universitario estatal que incluir todas las universidades pblicas. Una junta de fideicomisarios administrar cada universidad pblica y una junta de gobernadores gobernar el sistema universitario del estado. (c) JUNTAS DE FIDEICOMISARIOS LOCALES. Cada universidad constituyente local ser administrada por una junta de fideicomisarios constituida por trece miembros dedicados a los fines del sistema universitario estatal. La junta de gobernadores establecer las facultades y los deberes de la junta de fideicomisarios. Cada junta de fideicomisarios consistir de seis ciudadanos miembros nombrados por el gobernador y cinco ciudadanos miembros nombrados por la junta de gobernadores. Los miembros nombrados debern ser confirmados por el Senado y servirn por perodos escalonados de cinco aos como provisto por ley. El presidente del senado de la facultad, o su equivalente, y el presidente del cuerpo estudiantil de la universidad tambin sern miembros. (d) JUNTA ESTATAL DE GOBERNADORES. La junta de gobernadores ser un organismo empresarial consistente de diecisiete miembros. La junta deber operar, regular, controlar, y ser plenamente responsable por el manejo de todo el sistema universitario. Estas responsabilidades incluyen, sin limitacin, la definicin de la misin propia de cada universidad constituyente y su articulacin con escuelas gratuitas pblicas y centros de formacin profesional, asegurando la coordinacin, buena planificacin, y funcionamiento del sistema, y la evitacin de la duplicacin excesiva de instalaciones o programas. La direccin de la junta estar sujeta a los poderes de la legislatura de asignar los gastos de los fondos, y la junta rendir cuentas sobre esos gastos conforme a lo previsto por ley. El gobernador nombrar a la junta catorce ciudadanos dedicados a los fines del sistema universitario estatal. Los miembros nombrados debern ser confirmados por el Senado y servirn trminos escalonados de siete aos como dispuesto por ley. El comisionado de la educacin, el presidente del consejo asesor del senado de la facultad, o su equivalente, y el presidente de la asociacin de estudiantes de la Florida, o su equivalente, sern tambin miembros de la junta. (e) TARIFAS. Cualquier propuesta o accin de una universidad constituyente para recaudar, imponer o autorizar cualquier tarifa, segn lo autoriza la ley, debe ser aprobada por al menos nueve votos afirmativos de los miembros del consejo directivo de la universidad constituyente, en caso de que la aprobacin de la junta directiva sea requerida por la ley general, y al menos doce votos afirmativos de los miembros de la junta de gobernadores, en caso de que la ley general exija la aprobacin de la junta de gobernadores, para que entre en vigencia. Una tarifa bajo esta subseccin no incluir la matrcula. SECCI"N 8. Sistema De Colegios Estatales. „ (a) PROP"SITOS. Con el fin de lograr la excelencia y proporcionar acceso a la educacin universitaria a los estudiantes de este estado; de originar caminos articulados para un grado de bachillerato; de garantizar un compromiso superior con la enseanza y el aprendizaje; y de responder de manera rpida y eficiente a la demanda de las comunidades mediante la alineacin de los certificados y programas de grado con las necesidades locales y regionales de la fuerza de trabajo, el pueblo de la Florida, en virtud de este acto, establece un sistema de gobierno para el sistema de colegios estatales de la Florida. (b) SISTEMA DE COLEGIOS ESTATALES. Habr un sistema de colegios estatales nico compuesto por todos los institutos de formacin profesional y colegios estatales pblicos. Una junta directiva local deber gobernar cada institucin del sistema de colegios estatales y la junta de educacin del estado deber supervisar el sistema de colegios estatales. (c) JUNTAS DIRECTIVAS LOCALES. Cada institucin del sistema de colegios estatales estar gobernada por una junta directiva local dedicada a los propsitos del sistema de colegios estatales. Un miembro de la junta directiva debe ser residente del rea en el cual el colegio preste sus servicios. Los poderes y deberes de las juntas directivas sern provistos por la ley. Cada miembro ser designado por el gobernador en trminos escalonados de 4 aos, sujeto a la confirmacin del Senado. (d) PAPEL DE LA JUNTA DE EDUCACI"N DEL ESTADO. La junta de educacin del estado supervisar el sistema de colegios estatales segn lo estipule la ley. ARTCULO X MISCELNEO Beneficios para los Sobrevivientes de Miembros de Primeros Auxilios y Miembros Militares. „ (a) La agencia empleadora pagar un beneficio por fallecimiento cuando un bombero; un paramdico; un tcnico mdico de emergencia; un polica, un oficial de correccional, un oficial de libertad condicional; o un miembro de la Guardia Nacional de Florida, mientras participan en el desempeo de sus deberes oficiales, sea: (1) Accidentalmente asesinado o reciba lesiones corporales accidentales que resulten en la prdida de la vida de la persona, siempre que tal asesinato no sea el resultado de un suicidio y que tal lesin corporal no sea auto infligida intencionalmente; o (2) Muera o sea asesinado ilcita e intencionalmente como resultado de tal acto ilcito e intencional o sea asesinado durante el servicio activo. (b) Un beneficio por fallecimiento se pagar con fondos provenientes de los ingresos generales cuando un miembro en servicio activo de las Fuerzas Armadas de los Estados Unidos sea: (1) Accidentalmente asesinado o reciba lesiones corporales accidentales que resulten en la prdida de la vida de la persona, siempre que tal asesinato no sea el resultado de un suicidio y que tal lesin corporal no sea autoinfligida intencionalmente; o (2) Muera o sea asesinado ilcita e intencionalmente como resultado de tal acto ilcito e intencional o sea asesinado durante el servicio activo. (c) Si un bombero; un paramdico; un tcnico mdico de emergencia; un polica, un oficial correccional u oficial de libertad condicional; o un miembro de servicio activo de la Guardia Nacional de la Florida o las Fuerzas Armadas de los Estados Unidos es

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www.highlandsnewssun.com September 25, 2018 | HIGHLANDS NEWS-SUN | B9asesinado accidentalmente como se especifica en los prrafos (a)(1) y (b)(1) o asesinado ilcita e intencionalmente segn lo especificado en los prrafos (a)(2) y (b)(2), el estado deber exonerar ciertos gastos educativos que el nio o el cnyuge del miembro de primeros auxilios o militar fallecido incurra al obtener un certificado vocacional, una educacin de pregrado o una educacin de posgrado. (d) Un miembro de primeros auxilios elegible debe haber estado trabajando para el Estado de Florida o cualquiera de sus subdivisiones polticas o agencias en el momento de su muerte. Un miembro militar elegible debe h aber sido residente de este estado o que su puesto de trabajo haya pertenecido al mismo en el momento de su muerte. (e) La legislatura implementar esta seccin por ley general. (f) Esta seccin entrar en vigencia el 1 de julio de 2019. N. 8 REVISI"N CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO IX, SECCI"N 4, NUEVA SECCI"N ARTCULO XII, NUEVA SECCI"N TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Lmites y Deberes del Termino de la Junta Escolar; Escuelas Pblicas RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Establece un lmite de mandato de ocho aos consecutivos para los miembros de la junta escolar y requiere que la legislatura provea fondos para la promocin de la alfabetizacin cvica en las escuelas pblicas. Actualmente, las juntas escolares del distrito tienen el deber constitucional de operar, controlar y supervisar todas las escuelas pblicas. La enmienda mantiene los deberes de una junta escolar a las escuelas pblicas que establezca, pero permite que el estado opere, controle y supervise las escuelas pblicas no establecidas por la junta escolar. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO IX EDUCACI"N SECCI"N 4. Distritos escolares; juntas escolares. „ (a) Cada condado constituir un distrito escolar; sin embargo, dos o ms condados contiguos, con el voto de los electores de cada condado conforme a ley, podrn ser combinados en un distrito escolar. En cada distrito escolar habr una junta escolar compuesta de cinco o ms miembros electos por el voto de los electores en una eleccin no-partidista, para mandatos de cuatro aos apropiadamente escalonados, segn lo dispuesto por ley. Una persona no puede aparecer en la boleta para la reeleccin a la oficina de la junta escolar si, para el final del mandato actual, la persona hubiese servido, o hubiese servido si no fuese por su renuncia, durante ocho aos consecutivos. (b) La junta escolar deber operar, controlar, y supervisar todas las escuelas gratuitas pblicas establecidas por la junta escolar del distrito dentro del distrito escolar y deber determinar la tasa de impuestos del distrito escolar dentro de los lmites establecidos en este documento. Dos o ms distritos escolares podrn operar y financiar programas educativos comunes. SECCI"N. Alfabetizacin cvica. „ Como la educacin es esencial para la preservacin de los derechos y las libertades de las personas, la legislatura deber proveer fondos por ley para la promocin de la alfabetizacin cvica con el fin de garantizar que los estudiantes matriculados en la educacin pblica comprendan y estn preparados para ejercer sus derechos y responsabilidades como ciudadanos de una repblica constitucional. ARTCULO XII APNDICE Limitacin del mandato para los miembros de una junta escolar del distrito. Esta seccin y la enmienda a la Seccin 4 del Artculo IX que imponen lmites a los trminos de los mandatos de los miembros de la junta escolar del distrito entrarn en vigor en la fecha en que sean aprobadas por el electorado, pero ningn servicio en un mandato que comenz antes del 6 de noviembre de 2018, se contar en contra de la limitacin impuesta por esta enmienda. N. 9 REVISI"N CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO II, SECCI"N 7 ARTICULO X, SECCI"N 20 TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Prohibicin de la Perforacin de Petrleo y Gas en Alta Mar; Prohibicin del Fumado de Cigarrillos Electrnicos en Lugares de Trabajo Encerrados. RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Prohbe la perforacin para la exploracin o extraccin de petrleo y gas natural debajo de todas las aguas estatales entre la lnea de media alta y los lmites territoriales ms alejados del estado. Agrega, con excepciones, el uso de dispositivos electrnicos generadores de vapor a la prohibicin actual de consumo de tabaco en lugares de trabajo encerrados; permite ordenanzas locales de vapor ms restrictivas. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO II DISPOSICIONES GENERALES SECCI"N 7. Recursos naturales y belleza escnica. „ (a) Ser la poltica de este estado conservar y proteger sus recursos naturales y belleza escnica. La ley establecer disposiciones adecuadas para la reduccin de la contaminacin del aire y el agua y del ruido excesivo e innecesario y para la conservacin y proteccin de los recursos naturales. (b) Aquellos en el rea Agrcola de los Everglades que causen contaminacin del agua dentro del rea de Proteccin de los Everglades o el rea Agrcola de los Everglades sern los principales responsables de pagar los costos de la reduccin de esa contaminacin. Para propsito de esta subseccin los trminos rea Agricultural de los EvergladesŽ y rea Protegida de los EvergladesŽ tendrn la misma definicin como las definiciones contenidas en las leyes en efecto el 1 de enero de 1996. (c) Para proteger a la poblacin de Florida y su entorno, la perforacin para exploracin o extraccin de petrleo o gas natural est prohibida en tierras debajo de todas las aguas estatales que no se hayan alienado y que se encuentren entre la lnea de media alta y los lmites exteriores de los mares territoriales del estado. Esta prohibicin no aplica al transporte de productos de petrleo y gas producidos fuera de dichas aguas. Esta subseccin es autoejecutable. ARTCULO X MISCELNEO SECCI"N 20. Lugares de trabajo sin humo o vapor de tabaco. „ (a) PROHIBICI"N. Como una iniciativa de salud para proteger a las personas de los riesgos de salud del humo y del vapor de tabaco de segunda mano, el consumo de tabaco y el uso de dispositivos electrnicos generadores de vapor estn prohibidos est prohibido en lugares de trabajo encerrados dentro del estado de Florida. Esta seccin no excluye la adopcin de ordenanzas que impongan una regulacin ms restrictiva sobre el uso de dispositivos electrnicos generadores de vapor que la proporcionada en esta seccin. (b) EXCEPCIONES. Como se explica en las definiciones siguientes, se puede permitir el consumo de tabaco y el uso de dispositivos electrnicos generadores de vapor en residencias privadas siempre que no se utilicen comercialmente para proporcionar cuidado infantil, cuidado de adultos, atencin mdica, o cualquier combinacin de los mismos; y, adems, puede permitirse en tiendas minoristas de tabaco, minoristas de dispositivos electrnicos generadores de vapor, habitaciones designadas para fumadores en hoteles y otros establecimientos pblicos de alojamiento; y en bares independientes. Sin embargo, nada en esta seccin o en su legislacin de aplicacin o reglamentos, le prohbe al propietario, arrendatario u otra persona en el control de la utilizacin de un lugar de trabajo encerrado el derecho de imponer prohibiciones o limitaciones ms estrictas con respecto a fumar o usar dispositivos electrnicos generadores de vapor en el lugar. (c) DEFINICIONES. A los fines de esta seccin, las siguientes palabras y trminos tendrn los significados indicados: (1) "Fumar" significa inhalar, exhalar, quemar, transportar o poseer cualquier producto de tabaco encendido, incluidos cigarrillos, habanos, tabaco para pipa y cualquier otro producto de tabaco encendido. (2) "Humo de segunda mano", tambin conocido como humo de tabaco ambiental (HTA), significa humo emitido por el tabaco encendido, humeante o en combustin cuando el fumador no est inhalando; humo emitido en la boquilla durante el soplo; y humo exhalado por el fumador. (3) "Trabajo" significa cualquier empleo o servicio de empleo provedo por una persona a peticin de otra persona o personas o de cualquier entidad pblica o privada, ya sea pago o no, ya sea a tiempo completo o parcial, ya sea legal o no. "Trabajo" incluye, sin limitaciones, cualquier servicio realizado por un empleado, contratista independiente, agente, socio, propietario, gerente, funcionario, director, aprendiz, pasante, asociado, servidor, voluntario y similares. (4) Lugar de trabajo encerrado" significa cu alquier lugar donde una o ms personas se dediquen al trabajo, cuyo espacio est predominante o totalmente delimitado por barreras fsicas en todos los lados y por encima, independientemente de si tales barreras constituyen o incluyen aberturas descubiertas, aberturas parcialmente cubiertas o con pantallas; ventanas abiertas o cerradas, persianas, puertas o similares. Esta seccin aplica a todos los lugares de trabajo encerrados sin importar si el trabajo se est produciendo en un momento dado. (5) El uso "Comercial" de una residencia privada significa cualquier perodo durante el cual el propietario, arrendatario u otra persona que ocupe o controle el uso de la residencia privada est suministrando o permitiendo que se suministre: cuidado de nios, cuidado de adultos mayores, atencin mdica, o cualquier combinacin de los mismos en la residencia privada, y que reciba o espere recibir una compensacin por ello. (6) Tienda minorista de tabaco" significa cualquier lugar de trabajo encerrado dedicado principalmente a la venta al por menor de tabaco, productos de tabaco y accesorios para tales productos, en el cual la venta de otros productos o servicios sea meramente incidental. (7) "Habitaciones designadas para fumadores en establecimientos pblicos de alojamiento" significa los dormitorios y reas privadas directamente asociadas, tales como baos, salas de estar y reas de cocina, si las hay, alquiladas a huspedes para su ocupacin transitoria exclusiva en establecimientos pblicos de alojamiento, incluyendo hoteles, moteles, condominios de resorts, apartamentos transitorios, establecimientos de alojamiento transitorio, casas de hospedaje, pensiones, viviendas de complejos tursticos, posadas de alojamiento y desayuno y similares; que sean designadas por la persona o personas que tienen autoridad de gestin sobre el establecimiento de alojamiento pblico como habitaciones en las que se permite fumar. (8) "Bar independiente" se refiere a un lugar de negocios dedicado, durante cualquier momento de su operacin, en mayor parte o totalmente a servir bebidas alcohlicas, bebidas embriagantes, licores embriagantes, o cualquier combinacin de los mismos para su consumo en las instalaciones autorizadas; en el cual el servicio de alimentos, si lo hay, es meramente secundario al consumo de tales bebidas; y que no se encuentra dentro, ni comparte, cualquier entrada o rea interior comn con ningn otro lugar de trabajo encerrado que incluya cualquier negocio para el cual la venta de alimentos o cualquier otro producto o servicio sea ms que una fuente incidental de ingresos brutos. (9) "Dispositivo electrnico generador de vapor" significa cualquier producto que emplee un medio electrnico, qumico o mecnico capaz de producir vapor o aerosol a partir de un producto de nicotina o cualquier otra sustancia, incluidos, entre otros, un cigarrillo electrnico, cigarro electrnico, pipa electrnica u otro dispositivo o producto similar, cualquier cartucho de recambio para dicho dispositivo y cualquier otro recipiente de una solucin u otra sustancia destinada a ser utilizada con o dentro de un cigarrillo electrnico, cigarro electrnico, pipa electrnica u otro dispositivo o producto similar. (10) Minorista de dispositivos electrnicos generadores de vapor" se refiere a cualquier lugar de trabajo encerrado dedicado principalmente a la venta al por menor de dispositivos electrnicos generadores de vapor, y componentes y accesorios para tales productos, en el que la venta de otros productos o servicios sea meramente incidental. (d) LEGISLACI"N. En la prxima sesin legislativa regular que se produzca despus de la aprobacin de esta seccin o cualquier enmienda a esta seccin enmienda por parte de los votantes, la Legislatura de Florida aprobar legislacin para implementar esta seccin y cualquier enmienda a esta seccin enmienda de una manera consistente con su objetivo general y trminos establecidos, y con una fecha de vigencia a ms tardar del 1 de julio del ao siguiente de la aprobacin de los votantes. Dicha legislacin deber incluir, sin limitaciones, sanciones civiles por violaciones de esta seccin; disposiciones para la aplicacin de medidas administrativas; y el requisito y autorizacin de las reglas de la agencia para su implementacin y cumplimiento. Esta seccin no Nada de lo contenido le prohbe a la Legislatura promulgar una ley que constituya o que permita una regulacin ms restrictiva sobre el consumo de tabaco y el uso de dispositivos electrnicos generadores de vapor que la proporcionada en esta seccin. N. 10 REVISI"N CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO III, SECCI"N 3 ARTCULO IV, SECCIONES 4 Y 11 ARTCULO VIII, SECCIONES 1 Y 6 TTULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Estructura y Operacin del Gobierno Estatal y Local RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Requiere legislatura para conservar el Departamento de Asuntos de Veteranos. Asegura la eleccin de alguaciles, tasadores de propiedad, supervisores de elecciones, recaudadores de impuestos y secretarios de tribunal en todos los condados; elimina la capacidad de los estatutos del condado para abolir, cambiar el mandato, transferir deberes o eliminar la eleccin de estas oficinas. Cambia la fecha de inicio de la sesin legislativa anual en los aos pares de marzo a enero; elimina la autorizacin de la legislatura para fijar otra fecha. Crea una oficina de seguridad nacional y contraterrorismo dentro del departamento de aplicacin de la ley. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO III LEGISLATURA SECCI"N 3. Sesiones de la legislatura. „ (a) SESIONES DE ORGANIZACI"N. En el decimocuarto da despus de cada eleccin general, la Legislatura se convocar en sesin con el propsito exclusivo de la organizacin y seleccin de oficiales. (b) SESIONES REGULARES. Una sesin regular de la legislatura se convocar el primer martes despus del primer lunes de marzo de cada ao impar, y en el segundo primer martes despus del primer lunes de enero marzo, o en cualquier otra fecha que pueda ser fijada por ley, de cada ao par. (c) SESIONES ESPECIALES. (1) El gobernador, mediante una proclamacin que declare el propsito, podr convocar a la legislatura en sesin especial, durante la cual slo se tratar actividad legislativa que sea relevante a la proclamacin, o a una comunicacin del gobernador, o que se introduzca con el consentimiento de dos tercios de los miembros de cada cmara. (2) Una sesin especial de la legislatura podr ser convocada segn sea dispuesto por ley. (d) DURACI"N DE LAS SESIONES. Una sesin regular de la legislatura no podr durar ms de sesenta das consecutivos, y una sesin especial no durar ms de veinte das consecutivos, a menos de que sea extendida ms all de ese lmite por un voto de tres quintas partes de cada cmara. Durante dicha extensin ningn asunto nuevo podr ser tratado en ninguna de las cmaras sin el consentimiento de dos tercios de sus miembros. (e) POSTERGACI"N. Ninguna de las cmaras podr postergarse por ms de setenta y dos horas consecutivas, a menos que sea en virtud de una resolucin concurrente. (f) POSTERGACI"N POR EL GOBERNADOR. Si durante alguna sesin regular o especial las dos cmaras no pueden acordar sobre el tiempo de postergacin, el gobernador podr postergar la sesin sine die o a cualquier fecha durante el perodo autorizado para esas sesiones, siempre y cuando, por lo menos veinticuatro horas antes de postergar la sesin y mientras ninguna cmara est en receso, cada cmara reciba aviso formal y por escrito de la intencin del gobernador. Un acuerdo alcanzado por ambas cmaras acerca del momento de postergacin durante ese perodo deber prevalecer. ARTCULO IV EJECUTIVO SECCI"N 4. Gabinete. „ (a) Existir un gabinete compuesto de un fiscal general, un jefe financiero, y un comisionado de agricultura. En adicin a los poderes y deberes especificados aqu, podrn ejercer tales poderes y desempear tales deberes como pueda ser provisto por ley. En caso de una votacin empate entre el gobernador y el gabinete, el lado en cul el gobernador vot a favor se considerar prevaleciente. (b) El fiscal general deber ser el jefe legal estatal. Ser creada en la oficina del fiscal general la posicin de fiscal del estado. El fiscal del estado tendr jurisdiccin concurrente con los abogados del estado para procesar la violacin de leyes criminales que han o hayan ocurrido en dos o ms circuitos judiciales como parte de una transaccin relacionada, o cuando cualquier tal delito est afectando o haya afectado a dos o ms circuitos judiciales tal y como provisto por ley general. El fiscal del estado ser nombrado por el fiscal general de entre no menos de tres personas nominadas por la comisin de nominaciones judiciales para la Corte Suprema, o como sea provisto por ley general. (c) El director de finanzas servir como el principal funcionario financiero del estado, saldar y aprobar cuentas debidas por el estado, y almacenar todos los fondos y valores del estado. (d) El comisionado de agricultura tendr supervisin sobre asuntos relacionados con la agricultura excepto cuando sea provisto de lo contrario por ley. (e) El gobernador como presidente, el director de finanzas, y el fiscal general constituirn la junta estatal de administracin, la cual asumir todo el poder, control, y autoridad de la junta estatal de administracin establecida por el Artculo IX, Seccin 16 de la Constitucin de 1885, y la cual continuar como entidad por lo menos durante la vida del Artculo XII, Seccin 9(c). El gobernador como presidente, el director de finanzas, el fiscal general, y el comisionado de agricultura constituirn los administradores fiduciarios del fideicomiso de mejora interna y del fideicomiso de adquisicin de tierras como provisto por ley. (g) El gobernador como presidente, el director de finanzas, el fiscal general, y el comisionado de agricultura constituyen la directiva de agencia del Departamento de Investigaciones Criminales. La Oficina de Seguridad Domstica y Contraterrorismo se crea dentro del Departamento de Aplicacin de la Ley. La Oficina de Seguridad Domstica y Contraterrorismo proporcionar apoyo a los fiscales y agencias de aplicacin de la ley federal, estatal y local que investiguen o analicen informacin relacionada con intentos y actos de terrorismo o que sancionen el terrorismo, y realizar cualquier otro cometido que establezca la ley. SECCI"N 11. Departamento de Asuntos Veteranos de Veteranos. La legislatura, por ley general, deber organizar podr organizar la creacin de un Departamento de Asuntos Veteranos de Veteranos y prescribir sus deberes La directiva del departamento son el gobernador y el gabinete. ARTCULO VIII GOBIERNO LOCAL SECCI"N 1. Condados. „ (a) SUBDIVISIONES POLTICAS. El estado se dividir, por ley, en subdivisiones polticas llamadas condados. Los Condados podrn ser creados, abolidos o cambiados por ley, con provisiones para el pago o reparticin de la deuda pblica. (b) FONDOS DEL CONDADO. El cuidado, custodia y mtodo de distribuir los fondos del condado ser provisto por ley general. (c) GOBIERNO. Mediante ley general o especial, un gobierno del condado podr ser establecido por carta orgnica la cual se adoptar, enmendar, o revocar solo con el voto de los electores del condado en una eleccin especial convocada para ese propsito. (d) OFICIALES DEL CONDADO. Sern electos por los electores de cada condado, por trminos de cuatro aos, un alguacil, un recaudador de impuestos, un tasador de propiedades, un supervisor de elecciones, y un secretario de la corte de circuito; excepto que, cuando lo disponga la carta orgnica o una ley especial aprobada por el voto de los electores del condado, cualquier funcionario del condado puede ser elegido de otra manera que est especificada en ella, o cualquier oficina del condado puede ser abolida cuando todos los deberes de la oficina prescritos por ley general sean transferidos a otra oficina. A menos que Cuando no por ley especial aprobada por la carta orgnica o voto de los electores o de conformidad con el Artculo V, Seccin 16, disponga lo contrario, el secretario de la corte de circuito ser secretario ex oficio de la junta de comisionados del condado, auditor, registrador y custodio de todos los fondos del condado. Sin perjuicio de la subseccin 6(e) de este artculo, la carta del condado no puede abolir la oficina de un alguacil, un recaudador de impuestos, un tasador de propiedades, un supervisor de elecciones o un secretario del tribunal de circuito; transferir los deberes de esos oficiales a otro oficial u oficina; cambiar la duracin del mandato de cuatro aos; o establecer cualquier forma de seleccin que no sea por eleccin de los electores del condado. (e) COMISIONADOS. Excepto cuando sea previsto de otra manera por la carta orgnica del condado, el cuerpo gobernante de cada condado ser una junta de comisionados del condado compuesto de cinco o siete miembros sirviendo trminos escalonados de cuatro aos. Despus de cada censo decenal el cuerpo de comisionados del condado dividir el condado en distritos de territorio contiguos lo ms iguales en poblacin posible. Un comisionado residiendo en cada distrito ser electo como previsto por ley. (f) GOBIERNO SIN CARTA ORGNICA Condados que no operen bajo cartas orgnicas tendrn tal poder de autogobierno como sea previsto por ley general o especial. La junta de comisionados de un condado sin carta orgnica podr promulgar, en manera prescrita por ley general, ordenanzas de condado que no sean inconsistentes con ley general o especial, pero una ordenanza en conflicto con una ordenanza municipal no ser vlida dentro del municipio en medida de tal conflicto. (g) GOBIERNO DE CARTA ORGNICA Condados actuando bajo cartas orgnicas de condados tendrn todos los poderes de autogobierno local que no sean inconsistentes con ley general, o con ley especial aprobada por voto de los electores. El cuerpo gobernante de un condado actuando bajo una carta orgnica podr promulgar ordenanzas del condado no inconsistentes con ley general. La carta orgnica proporcionar aquello que deba prevalecer en caso de conflicto entre ordenanzas del condado y ordenanzas municipales. (h) IMPUESTOS; LIMITACIONES. Propiedad situada dentro de municipios no ser sujeta a impuestos por servicios provistos por el condado exclusivamente para beneficio de la propiedad o de los residentes en reas no incorporadas. (i) ORDENANZAS DEL CONDADO. Cada ordenanza del condado se archivar con el custodio de los registros estatales y entrar en vigor a tal tiempo de all en adelante como sea previsto por ley general. (j) VIOLACI"N DE ORDENANZAS. Personas que violen las ordenanzas del condado sern procesadas y castigadas segn lo dispuesto por la ley. (k) SEDE DEL CONDADO. En cada condado habr una sede del condado donde estarn localizadas las oficinas principales y registros permanentes de todos los oficiales del condado. La sede del condado no podr ser movida excepto sea previsto por ley general. Oficinas sucursales para conducir asuntos del condado podrn ser establecidas en otras partes del condado por resolucin del cuerpo gobernante en la manera prescrita por ley. Ningn instrumento se considerar registrado hasta que sea archivado en la sede del condado, o en una oficina sucursal designada por el cuerpo gobernante del condado para el registro de instrumentos de acuerdo con la ley. SECCI"N 6. Anexo al Artculo VIII. „ (a) Este artculo remplazar todo el Artculo VIII de la Constitucin de 1885, como fue enmendada, excepto aquellas secciones retenidas expresamente y hechas parte de este artculo por referencia. (b) CONDADOS; SEDE DE CONDADO; MUNICIPIOS; DISTRITOS. El estado de los siguientes puntos, tal y como existan en la fecha en que este artculo tome efecto, es reconocido y ser prolongado hasta que se cambie de acuerdo con la ley: los condados del estado; su condicin con respecto a la legalidad de la venta de licores intoxicantes, vinos y cervezas; el mtodo de seleccin de los oficiales del condado; el desempeo de funciones municipales por oficiales del condado; las sedes de los condados; los municipios y distritos especiales del estado, sus poderes, jurisdiccin y gobierno. (c) OFICIALES A CONTINUAR EN EL CARGO. Toda persona que ocupe un cargo cuando este artculo tome efecto continuar en el cargo por el resto de su trmino si dicho cargo no es abolido. Si el cargo es abolido, al titular del cargo le ser pagada una compensacin adecuada, la cual ser fijada por ley, por la prdida de emolumentos del resto del trmino. (d) ORDENANZAS. Las leyes locales relacionadas solamente con reas no incorporadas del condado que estn en existencia en la fecha en que este artculo tome efecto podrn ser enmendadas o derogadas por ordenanza del condado. (e) CONSOLIDACI"N Y AUTONOMA DEL GOBIERNO LOCAL. El Articulo VIII, Secciones 9, 10, 11 y 24, de la Constitucin de 1885, segn enmendada, permanecer en plena vigencia y efecto en cuanto a cada condado afectado, como si este artculo nunca hubiera sido adoptado, hasta que aquel condado adopte expresamente una carta orgnica o plan de autonoma gubernamental mediante este artculo. Todas las provisiones de La Carta Orgnica de Autonoma Gubernamental del Condado de Dade,Ž adoptadas hasta ahora o de aqu en adelante por lo s electores del Condado de Dade, en conformidad con el Articulo VIII, Seccin 11, de la Constitucin de 1885, segn enmendada, sern vlidas, y cualquier enmienda a tal carta orgnica ser vlida; siempre y cuando dichas provisiones de la carta orgnica y dichas enmiendas a la misma sean autorizadas bajo dicho Artculo VIII, Seccin 11, de la Constitucin de 1885, segn enmendada. (f) CONDADO DE DADE; PODERES CONFERIDOS SOBRE MUNICIPIOS. En la medida en que no sea inconsistente con los poderes de municipios existentes o ley general, El Gobierno Metropolitano del Condado de Dade podr ejercer todos los poderes conferidos ahora o de aqu en adelante por ley general a los municipios. (g) SELECCI"N Y OBLIGACIONES DE LOS OFICIALES DEL CONDADO. „ (1) Salvo lo dispuesto en esta subseccin, la enmienda a la Seccin 1 de este artculo, relacionada con la seleccin y obligaciones de los funcionarios del condado, entrar en vigencia el 5 de enero de 2021, pero regir con respecto a la calificacin y la celebracin de las elecciones primarias y generales para oficiales constitucionales del condado en 2020. (2) Para el Condado de Miami-Dade y el Condado de Broward, la enmienda a la Seccin 1 de este artculo, relacionada con la seleccin y obligaciones de los oficiales del condado, entrar en vigencia el 7 de enero de 2025, pero regir con respecto a la calificacin y la celebracin de las elecciones primarias y generales para oficiales constitucionales del condado en 2024. (h)(g) SUPRESI"N DE ARTCULOS OBSOLETOS DEL APNDICE. La legislatura tendr el poder, a travs de resolucin conjunta, de borrar de este artculo cualquier subseccin de esta Seccin 6, incluyendo esta subseccin, cuando todos los eventos a los cuales la subseccin que ser borrada es o podra ser aplicable hayan ocurrido. Una determinacin legislativa hecha como base para la aplicacin de esta subseccin deber ser sujeta a revisin judicial. N. 11 REVISI"N CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO I, SECCI"N 2 ARTICULO X, SECCIONES 9 Y 19 TITULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Derechos de Propiedad; Eliminacin de la Disposicin Obsoleta; Estatutos Criminales RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Elimina el lenguaje discriminatorio relacionado con los derechos de propiedades determinadas. Elimina el lenguaje obsoleto derogado por los votantes. Elimina la disposicin de que la enmienda de un estatuto penal no afectar el enjuiciamiento o las sanciones para un delito cometido antes de la enmienda; retiene la disposicin actual que permite el enjuiciamiento de un delito cometido antes de la derogacin de un estatuto penal. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO I DECLARACI"N DE DERECHOS SECCI"N 2. Derechos bsicos. „ Todas las personas naturales, tanto mujeres como hombres, son iguales ante la ley y tienen derechos inalienables, entre los que se encuentran el derecho a disfrutar y a defender la vida y la libertad, a buscar la felicidad, a ser recompensados por la industria y a adquirir, poseer y proteger propiedad; excepto que la posesin, la herencia, la disposicin y la posesin de propiedades determinadas por parte de extranjeros no elegibles para la ciudadana puede estar regulada o prohibida por la ley. Ninguna persona ser privada de ningn derecho debido a su raza, religin, origen nacional o discapacidad fsica. ARTCULO X MISCELNEO SECCI"N 9. Derogacin de los estatutos penales. „ La derogacin o enmienda de una ley penal no afectar el enjuiciamiento o castigo por cualquier delito cometido previamente antes de dicha derogacin. SECCI"N 19. Derogada Sistema de transporte terrestre de alta velocidad. „ Para reducir la congestin del trfico y proporcionar alternativas al pblico que viaja, se declara de inters pblico que un sistema de transporte terrestre de alta velocidad compuesto por un monorral, lnea ferroviaria o sistema de levitacin magntica, capaz de alcanzar velocidades superiores a 120 millas por hora, sea desarrollado y operado en el Estado de Florida con el fin de proporcionar transporte terrestre de alta velocidad mediante tecnologas innovadoras, eficientes y efectivas que incorporen rieles o carriles separados del trfico de vehculos automotores y enlacen las cinco reas urbanas ms grandes del Estado segn lo determinado por la Legislatura, y de proporcionar acceso a las instalaciones y servicios de transporte terrestre y areo ya existentes. Se ordena a la Legislatura, al Gabinete y al Gobernador a proceder con el desarrollo de dicho sistema por parte del Estado y/o de una entidad privada en conformidad con la aprobacin y autorizacin del Estado, incluida la adquisicin de los derechos de va, el financiamiento del diseo y la construccin de este sistema, y la operacin del sistema, como provisto por apropiacin especfica y por ley, con la construccin para comenzar el da 1 de noviembre de 2003 o antes de esa fecha. N. 12 REVISI"N CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO II, SECCI"N 8 ARTCULO V, SECCI"N 13 ARTCULO XII, NUEVA SECCI"N TITULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Cabildeo y Abuso de Poder por parte de Funcionarios Pblicos RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Expande las restricciones actuales sobre el cabildeo para obtener compensacin por parte de ex funcionarios pblicos; crea restricciones al cabildeo por compensacin para funcionarios pblicos en servicio y ex magistrados y jueces; proporciona excepciones; prohbe el abuso de un cargo pblico por parte de funcionarios pblicos y empleados para obtener un beneficio personal. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO II PROVISIONES GENERALES SECCI"N 8. tica en el gobierno. … Una oficina pblica constituye un fondo pblico. El pueblo tiene el derecho de proteger y sostener ese fondo contra el abuso. Para asegurar este derecho: (a) Todo funcionario constitucional electo, los candidatos para tales cargos, y otros funcionarios pblicos, candidatos, y empleados, debern presentar pblica y completamente las revelaciones de sus intereses financieros cuando sea dispuesto por ley. (b) Todos los funcionarios pblicos electos y candidatos para tales cargos debern presentar pblica y completamente las revelaciones de las finanzas de sus campaas. (c) Cualquier funcionario pblico o empleado que viole el fondo pblico para obtener beneficios privados y cualquier persona o entidad que induzca tal infraccin deber responder al estado por todos los beneficios econmicos obtenidos por sus acciones. El modo de recuperacin y daos adicionales pueden ser previstos por ley. (d) Cualquier funcionario pblico o empleado que haya sido condenado por un delito grave por violar el fondo publico estar sujeto a perder sus derechos y privilegios bajo el sistema de retiro pblico o plan de pensin en la manera en que pueda ser provisto por ley. (e) Ningn miembro de la legislatura u oficial estatal electo podr representar bajo pago a otra persona o entidad ante una agencia o cuerpo gubernamental del cual el individuo fue funcionario o miembro por un periodo de dos aos despus de vacar su cargo. Ningn miembro de la legislatura personalmente representar bajo pago a otra persona o entidad durante el plazo de su cargo ante cualquier agencia estatal que no sea un tribunal judicial. Restricciones similares contra otros funcionarios pblicos o empleados podrn ser establecidas por ley. (f) (1) Para los fines de esta subseccin, el trmino "funcionario pblico" significa un funcionario electo estatal, un miembro de la legislatura, un comisionado del condado, un funcionario del condado de conformidad con el Artculo VIII o con el estatuto del condado, un miembro de la junta escolar, un superintendente de escuelas, un funcionario municipal electo, un oficial de distrito especial elegido en un distrito especial con autoridad tributaria ad valorem, o una persona que sirva como secretaria, directora ejecutiva u otra agencia jefe de departamento de la rama ejecutiva del gobierno del estado. (2) Un funcionario pblico no cabildear para obtener compensacin sobre asuntos de poltica, asignaciones o adquisiciones ante el gobierno federal, la legislatura, cualquier agencia u organismo del gobierno estatal o cualquier subdivisin poltica de este estado, durante su mandato. (3) Un funcionario pblico no cabildear para que se le pague una indemnizacin en asuntos de polticas, asignaciones o adquisiciones durante un perodo de seis aos despus de que su cargo pblico sea vacante, como se indica a continuacin: a. Un funcionario electo a nivel estatal o un miembro de la legislatura no cabildear a la legislatura ni a ningn organismo o agencia del gobierno estatal. b. Una persona que se desempee como secretaria, directora ejecutiva u otro jefe de agencia de departamento de la rama ejecutiva del gobierno estatal no cabildear a la legislatura, al gobernador, a la oficina ejecutiva del gobernador, a los miembros del gabinete, a ningn departamento que sea encabezado por un miembro del gabinete, o a su departamento anterior. c. Un comisionado del condado, un funcionario del condado de conformidad con el Artculo VIII o el estatuto del condado, un miembro del consejo escolar, un superintendente de escuelas, un funcionario municipal electo o un funcionario del distrito especial elegido en un distrito especial con autoridad tributaria ad valorem no cabildear a su antigua agencia u organismo de gobierno. (4) Esta subseccin no se interpretar como que prohbe a un funcionario pblico llevar a cabo los deberes de su cargo pblico. (5) La legislatura podr promulgar legislacin para implementar esta subseccin, que incluya, entre otras cosas, la definicin de trminos y la imposicin de sanciones por violaciones. Dicha ley no deber contener disposiciones sobre ningn otro tema. (g)(f) Habr una comisin independiente para conducir investigaciones y hacer reportes pblicos sobre todas las denuncias concernientes a infracciones contra el fondo pblico por funcionarios pblicos o empleados no dentro de la jurisdiccin de la comisin de calificaciones judiciales. (h)(1)(g) Un Cdigo de tica para todos los empleados estatales y funcionarios no judiciales que prohba conflicto entre cargos pblicos e intereses privados ser previsto por ley. (2) Un funcionario o empleado pblico no deber abusar de su posicin pblica para obtener un beneficio desproporcionado para s mismo; su cnyuge, hijos o empleador; o para cualquier negocio con el que contrate; en el que l o ella sea un oficial, un socio, un director o un propietario; o en el que posea algn inters. La Comisin de tica de Florida deber, por norma de conformidad con los procedimientos legales que rigen la reglamentacin administrativa, definir el trmino "beneficio desproporcionado" y prescribir la intencin requerida para encontrar una violacin de esta prohibicin a los efectos de hacer cumplir este prrafo. Las penalizaciones apropiadas sern prescritas por ley. (i)(h) Esta seccin no se interpretar para limitar revelaciones y prohibiciones que puedan ser establecidas para preservar el bien pblico y evitar conflictos entre las funciones pblicas y los intereses privados. (j)(i) Apndice. „ En la fecha en que esta enmienda sea efectiva y hasta que sea cambiada por ley: (1) La revelacin pblica y completa de intereses financieros significar presentar con el custodio de los registros estatales antes del 1 de julio de cada ao una declaracin jurada mostrando el patrimonio completo e identificando cada activo y deuda de ms de $1000 y su valor junto con uno de los siguientes: a. Una copia de la declaracin federal de impuestos sobre ingresos ms reciente de la persona; o b. Una declaracin jurada que identifique cada fuente y cantidad de ingreso que supere los $1000. Los formularios para tal declaracin y las reglas bajo las cuales sern archivados sern prescritos por la comisin independiente establecida en subseccin (g) (f), y tales reglas incluirn la declaracin de fuentes secundarias de ingresos. (2) Personas ocupando cargos estatales electos tambin debern presentar revelaciones de sus intereses financieros de acuerdo con el prrafo (1) la subseccin (i)(1). (3) La comisin independiente establecida en subseccin (g) (f) ser la Comisin de tica de la Florida. ARTCULO V PODER JUDICIAL SECCI"N 13 tica en el Poder Judicial. Actividades Prohibidas. „ Todos los jueces se dedicarn a tiempo completo a sus funciones judiciales. Un magistrado o juez Estos no podr participar en el ejercicio de la abogaca o desempear cargos en ningn partido poltico. (b) Un ex magistrado o ex juez no cabildear para obtener compensacin sobre asuntos de poltica, asignaciones o adquisiciones ante las ramas legislativas o ejecutivas del gobierno estatal por un perodo de seis aos despus de que l o ella desocupe su puesto judicial. La legislatura puede promulgar legislacin para implementar esta subseccin, que incluya, entre otros, la definicin de trminos y la imposicin de sanciones por violaciones. Dicha ley no deber contener disposiciones sobre ningn otro tema. ARTCULO XII APNDICE Prohibiciones respecto al cabildeo por compensacin y contra el abuso de la posicin pblica por parte de funcionarios y empleados pblicos. „ Las enmiendas a la Seccin 8 del Artculo II y a la Seccin 13 del Artculo V entrarn en vigencia el 31 de diciembre de 2022; excepto las enmiendas a la Seccin 8 (h) del Artculo II que entrarn en vigencia el 31 de diciembre de 2020, y: (a) La Comisin de tica de Florida definir, por regla, el trmino "beneficio desproporcionado" y prescribir la intencin requerida para encontrar una violacin de la prohibicin contra el abuso de la posicin pblica antes del 1 de octubre de 2019, como se especifica en la Seccin 8 (h) del Artculo II. (b) Luego de la adopcin de las reglas de conformidad con la subseccin (a), la legislatura deber promulgar una legislacin de implementacin que establezca sanciones por violaciones a la prohibicin contra el abuso de la posicin pblica a partir del 31 de diciembre de 2020. N. 13 REVISI"N CONSTITUCIONAL ARTCULO X, NUEVA SECCI"N ARTCULO XII, NUEVA SECCI"N TITULO DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Fin a las Carreras Caninas RESUMEN DE LA PAPELETA DE VOTACI"N: Elimina progresivamente las carreras caninas comerciales relacionadas con apuestas para el 2020. Otras actividades de juego no se ven afectadas. TEXTO COMPLETO: ARTCULO X MISCELNEO Prohibicin de competir y apostar con galgos u otros perros. El trato humano a los animales es un valor fundamental de las personas del estado de Florida. Despus del 31 de diciembre de 2020, una persona autorizada para llevar a cabo operaciones de juego o apuestas mutuas no podr competir con galgos o ningn otro miembro de la subespecie Canis Familiaris en cualquier apuesta por dinero u otros objetos de valor en este estado, y las personas en este estado no podrn apostar dinero o cualquier otra cosa de valor al resultado de una carrera canina que se produzca en el estado. La no realizacin de carreras o apuestas en carreras de galgos despus del 31 de diciembre de 2018 no constituye motivo para revocar o denegar la renovacin de otras licencias de juego relacionadas que posea una persona con licencia autorizada para carreras de galgos el 1 de enero de 2018, y no afectar la elegibilidad de dicha persona autorizada, o de las instalaciones de dicha persona para llevar a cabo otras actividades de apuestas mutuas autorizadas por la ley general. Por ley general, la legislatura deber especificar sanciones civiles o penales por infracciones de esta seccin y por actividades que ayuden o contribuyan a infringir esta seccin. ARTCULO XII APNDICE Prohibicin de competir o apostar con galgos u otros perros.La enmienda al Artculo X, que prohbe competir o apostar con galgos y otros perros, y la creacin de esta seccin, entrarn en vigencia con la aprobacin de los electores. adno=3614219-1

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THE NEWS WIRESTATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS Kavanaugh: Ive never sexually assaulted anyoneSee Page 3 Tuesday, September 25, 2018 By ZEKE MILLER and ERIC TUCKERASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ The White House delayed until at least Thursday a decision on the fate of Rod Rosenstein, the Justice Department of“ cial overseeing the Trump-Russia investigation, following chaotic hours of breathless and sometimes con” icting reports anticipating his imminent departure. His future hanging in the balance over revelations that he had discussed possibly secretly recording the president, Rosenstein expected to be “ red as he headed for the White House on Monday for what was later described as a prescheduled meeting. Instead, the White House said that Rosenstein and Trump would meet Thursday after the presidents return to Washington, suggesting the deputy attorney general may be in his job for at least several more days. The meeting is set for the same day as an extraordinary Senate committee hearing that is to feature Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and a woman who has accused him of sexually assaulting her when they were in high school. Any termination or resignation would have immediate implications for special counsel Robert Muellers investigation of possible collaboration between Russia and the Trump campaign before the 2016 election. Rosenstein appointed Mueller and oversees his investigation. Rosenstein and Trump, who is in New York for a U.N. meeting, had an extended conversation to discuss recent news stories about negative comments Rosenstein is reported to have made last year about the president, said White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders. The deputy attorney general was reported as having discussed possibly secretly recording the president and invoking the Constitution to have the Cabinet remove him from of“ ce. The Justice Department issued two statements from Rosenstein Rosenstein to meet Trump as job hangs in balance AP PHOTODeputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein leaves the White House in Washington, Monday. By MARYCLAIRE DALE and MICHAEL R. SISAKASSOCIATED PRESSNORRISTOWN, Pa. „ Declaring Bill Cosby doesnt deserve a free pass because of his advanced age, prosecutors on Monday asked a judge to sentence the comedian to “ ve to 10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman, while the defense argued that he is too old and helpless to do time behind bars. What does an 81-year-old man do in prison?Ž defense attorney Joseph Green asked on Day 1 of the sentencing hearing for Cosby, who is legally blind and dependent on others. How does he “ ght off the people who are trying to extort him, or walk to the mess hall?Ž Green suggested that Cosby instead receive something akin to house arrest. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele said that he has no doubt Cosby would commit another such offense if given the opportunity, warning that the TV star seemingly gets a sexual thrill out of slipping women drugs and assaulting them. So to say that hes too old to do that „ to say that he should get a pass, because its taken this long to catch up to what hes done?Ž Steele said, his voice rising. What theyre asking for is a get out of jail free card.Ž And he said the sentence should send a message to others. Despite bullying tactics, despite PR teams and other folks trying to change the optics, as one lawyer for the defense put it, the bottom line is that nobodys above the law. Nobody,Ž the district attorney said. Judge Steven ONeill is expected to sentence Cosby on Tuesday. The TV star once known as Americas Dad for his starring role in The Cosby ShowŽ could become the “ rst celebrity of the #MeToo era to be sent to prison. Cosby was convicted in April of violating former Temple University womens basketball administrator Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia mansion in 2004.Cosby prosecutor asks for 5 to 10 years in prison AP PHOTOBill Cosby arrives for his sentencing hearing at the Montgomery County Courthouse, Monday, in Norristown, Pennsylvania. By JONATHAN LEMIRE and ZEKE MILLERASSOCIATED PRESSUNITED NATIONS „ President Donald Trump raised hopes at the United Nations on Monday that a second meeting with North Koreas Kim Jong Un could occur quite soon,Ž striking a conciliatory tone one year after he used his debut at the U.N. to deride the autocrat as Little Rocket ManŽ and threaten to totally destroy North Korea.Ž Trump praised Kim as very openŽ and terri“ c,Ž despite the glacial pace of progress toward denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula. U.S. of“ cials defended Trumps strategy of engagement with the erstwhile pariah state as the president embarked on a week of meetings with world leaders. The softer tone toward North Korea „ once threatened with “ re and furyŽ „ has been replaced by rosy optimism, with Trump reserving tough rhetoric for another potential nuclear aspirant and strategic foe: Iran. It was a different world,Ž Trump said Monday of his one-time moniker for the North Korean leader. That was a dangerous time. This is one year later, a much different time.Ž Trump began his second visit to the U.N. with a brief meeting on the global drug trade before sitting down with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who delivered a personal message to Trump from Kim after their inter-Korean talks last week in Pyongyang. You are the only person who can solve this problem,Ž Moon said to Trump, relaying Kims words. Trump, for his part, said: We are in no rush. We are in no hurryŽ to bring about a nuclear agreement. U.S. of“ cials are insisting that economic sanctions remain in place against the North until it eliminates its nuclear program. Trump said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been tasked with bringing about the second summit, despite an Rocket Man to Terrific: Trump lauds Kim in UN returnBy LAURAN NEERGAARDAP MEDICAL WRITERWASHINGTON „ Three people whose legs were paralyzed for years can stand and take steps again thanks to an electrical implant that zaps the injured spinal cord „ along with months of intense rehab, researchers reported Monday. The milestone, reported by two teams of scientists working separately, isnt a cure. The patients walk only with assistance „ holding onto a rolling walker or with other help to keep their balance. Switch off the spinal stimulator and they no longer can voluntarily move their legs. But during one physical therapy session at the Mayo Clinic, 29-year-old Jered Chinnock moved back and forth enough to cover about the length of a football “ eld. The walking side of it isnt something where I just leave my wheelchair behind and away I go,Ž Chinnock, of Tomah, Wisconsin, told The Associated Press. But, there is the hopeful side of, maybe Ill gain that „ where I can leave the wheelchair behind, even if it is to walk to the refrigerator.Ž The work is part of a quest to help people with spinal cord injuries regain function, and specialists say while its only been attempted in a few people, its a promising approach that needs more study. Im really excited about this,Ž said Johns Hopkins University rehabilitation expert Dr. Cristina Sadowsky, Implant, intense rehab help 3paralyzed for years take steps AP PHOTOIn this May 22 photo provided by the University of Louisville, Je Marquis of Louisville, Kentucky, is helped by a physical therapist during a study at the university that aimed to help the paralyzed stand and take steps with a combination of spinal stimulation and intense rehab.COSBY | 8 TRUMP | 8 REHAB | 8 ROSENSTEIN | 8

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Page 2 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018STATE/WORLD NEWS MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATESheriff: Deputy kills wife, himself, leaving 4 kidsLAND OLAKES (AP) „ Authorities say a sheriffs deputy fatally shot his wife and then killed himself in Florida early Monday, leaving four children in their home. Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco says a 14-year-old ran from the home and called 911 after hearing an argument and a gunshot. He said the children werent physically hurt. Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister identi“ed the deputy as 39-year-old Kirk M. Keithley, a nine-year veteran of his department. The Tampa Bay Times says the Pasco sheriffs of“ce identi“ed the victim as his 33-year-old wife, Samantha Keithley. Nocco said his deputies had not previously been called to their home in Land OLakes. Chronister said Keithley was reprimanded in 2016 for misuse of communications facilitiesŽ and received a letter of counseling after an avoidable traf“c crashŽ in 2011.Study: University of Florida leads in professor raisesGAINESVILLE (AP) „ A new study says the University of Florida is ahead of the rest of the state when it comes to bumping up pay for its professors. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reported full-time UF professors in Gainesville got an average 8.8 percent salary increase in 2017-18. A study by the American Association of University Professors says associate professors got an 8.3 percent bump. Both “gures were the highest increases among 23 Florida colleges and universities in the survey. Average full professor salary at Florida is $149,100, second-highest in the state behind the private University of Miami at $164,200. University of Florida President Kent Fuchs says the pay increases are in line with the schools mission to climb from a top 10 public institution in the country to the top “ve.Ex-teacher accused of sexual misconduct has license revokedJACKSONVILLE (AP) „ Florida education of“cials have permanently revoked the teaching license of a former high school music director accused of making sexual advances toward a student. The Florida TimesUnion reports Brian Damron is accused of commenting on a male students genitals and inappropriately touching him. The former Stanton College Preparatory High music director also is accused of misconduct including the verbal abuse of students. Investigative reports say one students mother argues Damron was hired without his previous school, Dominion High in Sterling, Virginia, disclosing alleged misconduct. Three people from that school district, including a former principal, wrote Damron letters of recommendation. Damron resigned from the Florida school in November 2016 while under investigation. The newspaper says Damron did not respond to a request for comment, but previously has denied the allegations.Dozens need rescue from rough surf off beachesNEW SMYRNA BEACH (AP) „ Authorities say more than 70 people needed rescue from rough surf along Floridas Atlantic Coast. Volusia County Beach Safety Capt. Mike Berard says a high risk of rip currents is expected to continue this week. Berard told the Orlando Sentinel that 72 people were rescued from the waters off Volusia County on Sunday. Among the rescues was a 43-year-old Orlando man who became submerged in the water and lost consciousness while sur“ng off New Smyrna Beach. Berard says an off-duty lifeguard who also was sur“ng pulled the man to shore and attempted to resuscitate him. Berard says the man was hospitalized in critical condition. By MATTHEW PENNINGTONASSOCIATED PRESSUNITED NATIONS „ World leaders kicked off their annual gathering at the United Nations on Monday by honoring a global icon of peace and reconciliation „ drawing some pointed contrast with a U.S. president who has shaken up the international order with his assertion of America First.Ž A statue of Nelson Mandela, who led South Africas transition from the apartheid system of white minority rule over the majority black population, was unveiled at U.N. headquarters in New York, and delegates addressed a peace summitŽ to elevate his memory in this years centennial of his birth. Few people in the history of our world have left such an incredible mark on humanity,Ž U.N. General Assembly President Maria Fernanda Espinosa Garces said at the dedication ceremony of the life-sized sculpture of the prisoner-turned-president. Shortly afterward, President Donald Trump arrived in the building, making a brief appearance at a separate event on “ghting the global scourge of illegal drugs. Some 130 U.N. member states signed a U.S.-sponsored declaration to step up action against the narcotics trade that has left 31 million people around the world requiring treatment and is causing 450,000 deaths every year from overdoses or drug-related health issues. Today we commit to “ghting the drug epidemic together,Ž said Trump, whose administration is facing a rising tide of opioid addiction in the United States. He said the U.S. was taking aggressive actionŽ by securing its border, supporting law enforcement and devoting record funding to tackling the opioid crisis. There were only three speakers at the U.S.-led event that wrapped up within 15 minutes. The peace summit was running much longer, with dozens of leaders from both rich and poor nations taking turns to hail the legacy of Mandela, who after his release from nearly three decades in prison became South Africas “rst black president in its “rst multiracial elections in 1994. Among those offering accolades was Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who said Mandela had sowed seeds of amity and compassion.Ž He appeared to draw a tacit, negative comparison with Trump. This is a historical reality that great statesmen tend to build bridges instead of walls,Ž Rouhani said. Trump campaigned for of“ce on a promise to build a wall along the U.S.Mexico border. Iran is a bitter adversary of Washington, and those tensions have spiked since Trump pulled the U.S. out of Irans 2015 nuclear deal with world powers that had provided it with sanctions relief. The U.N. meetings take place against the backdrop of Iranian accusations that an unidenti“ed U.S.-allied regional country supported a deadly attack on an Iranian military parade that killed at least 25 people this past weekend.As Trump arrives at UN, world leaders honor Mandela AP PHOTOSouth Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa, left, United Nations General Assembly President Maria Fernanda Espinosa, center, and United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres attend the unveiling ceremony of the Nelson Mandela Statue which was presented as a gift from the Republic of South Africa on Monday, at United Nations headquarters. By NATALIYA VASILYEVAASSOCIATED PRESSMOSCOW „ Russia announced Monday it will supply Syrias government with sophisticated S-300 air defense systems after last weeks downing of a Russian plane by Syria forces responding to an Israeli air strike, a friendly “re incident that stoked regional tensions. The Russian Il-20 military reconnaissance aircraft was downed by Syrian air defenses that mistook it for an Israeli aircraft, killing all 15 people on board. Russia laid the blame on Israel, saying Israeli “ghter jets were hiding behind the Russian plane, an account denied by the Israeli military. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced that the S-300 missile defense systems will be delivered to Damascus within two weeks. Earlier in the war, Russia suspended a supply of S-300s, which Israel feared Syria could use against it. Shoigu went on television to say that Russia is now going to go ahead with the shipment because the situation has changed, and its not our fault.Ž Shortly after his statement, Putin got a call from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and told him that the Russian move was aimed primarily at fending off any potential threat to the lives of Russian servicemen,Ž according to the Kremlin.Ž Netanyahus of“ce said in its readout of the call that the Israeli prime minister stressed once again that the responsibility for the unfortunate incident lay on the Syrian army that shot it down and on Iran, whose aggression is destabilizing the region.Ž In an apparent reference to the S-300, the statement said transferring advanced weapons to irresponsible hands will increase the dangers in the region,Ž adding that Israel will continue to defend its security and interests.Ž Shoigu announced that Russia would also equip Syrian air defenses with a new automated control system to enhance its ef“ciency and help identify Russian aircraft. On top of that, the Russian military will start using electronic countermeasures to jam any aircraft that would try to launch attacks off Syrias coast.Russia to provide Syria with new S-300 air defense missiles MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLDGreece: Drones used to spot tax cheats on SantoriniATHENS, Greece (AP) „ Tax authorities say they have used surveillance drones in Greece for the “rst time to spot violations on Santorini, where tourists were allegedly being taken on boat tours of the islands sea-“lled volcanic crater without getting receipts. Greeces Independent Authority for Public Revenue said Monday that the one-day operation last week involved surveillance of nine tour boats, and that the violations recorded in a follow-up inspection were worth 25,000 euros ($29,400) in lost revenue. In response to a request from The Associated Press, an authority of“cial didnt provide further details. Tax authorities say they have increased inspections at holiday resorts over the summer this year.Russian national held in Norway suspected of spyingCOPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) „ A Russian national has been arrested in Norway on suspicion of spying after he attended a conference on strengthening cooperation between Europes parliamentary administrations, his lawyer said Monday. Russia strongly denied the charges and demanded the release of the man it identi“ed as Mikhail Bochkarev, a 51-year-old aide at the upper house of Russian parliament. Lawyer Hege Aakre told the Norwegian news agency NTB that her client, who wasnt identi“ed, was being questioned by Norways domestic intelligence agency, PST. The man was arrested Friday during the event by the European Center for Parliamentary Research and Documentation, held at Norways Parliament, and placed on pre-trial detention for two weeks the following day.Charities operating migrant rescue ship ask Europe for helpPARIS (AP) „ Humanitarian groups operating the sole private rescue ship near the deadly central Mediterranean human traf“cking route have asked French authorities to allow 58 refugees to disembark in the southern port of Marseille. Medecins Sans Frontieres and SOS Mediterranee are also urging European countries to intervene in order to secure the vessels future after Panama yanked the ships registration. Frances government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux tweeted on Monday that the solution will come from cooperation with our European partners.ŽBy TAMARA LUSHASSOCIATED PRESSST. PETERSBURG „ Florida authorities on Monday released hundreds of new pages in the case of a white man accused of fatally shooting a black man in a parking lot dispute in July. According to a transcript of Michael Drejkas interview with Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives, he said that if Markeis McGlockton had retreated, or even stayed still, he wouldnt have used his gun. But McGlocktons girlfriend, who was a witness to the incident, said McGlockton moved back. The 70-page interview of Drejka sheds light on his thinking in the seconds before the shooting. Prosecutors on Aug. 13 charged Drejka with manslaughter. Hes been released from the county jail on $100,000 bail. Surveillance video from July 19 shows Drejka starting a confrontation over a parking space. McGlocktons girlfriend, Britany Jacobs, was seated in the couples car with two of their children, ages 3 years and 4 months. Jacobs, whose interview with of“cers was in the newly released documents, said after parking, the 28-year-old McGlockton had gone into the store. Thats when another vehicle pulled up and a man later identi“ed as Drejka got out and started looking at her car in the disabled spot, then started hassling her, saying, Well, you need to move your car, and all this and this, you know, Cause, you know, I got family thats handicapped, and all this and this. So, Im saying, Dude, uh, no. I dont know you, so, you know, leave me alone.Ž The two exchanged more heated words. McGlockton then came out of the store and knocked Drejka to the pavement. Markeis came running out and he pushed him,Ž Jacobs said. He was like, you know „ you know, um, Stay away from my girl, or something, he said. And then all of a sudden, dude was on the ground, and he pulled out a gun and shot him.Ž Said Jacobs: All he did was backed up. Cause, you know, anybody, you know, with a gun pointed at him, he gonna, you know, shut up and not say nothing.Ž Drejka, who is 48, told a detective, It happened so fast and that was that ... I was literally blindsided.Ž During the interview, the retired tree trimmer said hed carried a gun since he was 22, and that people parking illegally in handicapped spots at that store was a pet peeve, and that hed approached people before. Does it ever go through your mind ... that they might not take that right? That this might go sideways a little bit?Ž the detective asked. Um, well, sure. But thats why I take precautions, as well,Ž Drejka said. When asked what kind of precautions, Drejka replied: Well, Im a very careful person and I have a permit.Ž In an interview with a local TV station since his arrest, Drejka said that parking spaces for the disabled have always touched a nerveŽ because his high school girlfriend and his mother-in-law used disabled parking spots. McGlocktons family has been outspoken in their dismay over how the case was handled, and hired attorney Benjamin Crump, who gained national prominence representing the family of Trayvon Martin after the black teens fatal shooting by a Hispanic man in 2012.Newly released records show lead-up to parking lot dispute

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The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 3NATIONAL NEWSBy KEVIN FREKINGASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh declared in a televised interview Monday that he never sexually assaulted anyone in high school or at any other time in his life. Kavanaugh and his wife, Ashley, sat down for an interview with Fox News Channels The Story with Martha MacCallumŽ after a second woman accused him of sexual misconduct. Christine Blasey Ford has accused Kavanaugh of assaulting her at a party when they were teenagers. Kavanaugh denied he was at any such party.Ž He said he did not question that perhaps Ford at some point in her life was sexually assaulted, but what I know is Ive never sexually assaulted anyone.Ž Kavanaugh said its possible he may have met Ford at some time, but he said they were not friends and did not travel in the same social circles. He said he did not remember being at a party with her. I was not at the party described,Ž Kavanaugh said. Kavanaugh was asked if there was any chance Ford misunderstood an exchange between them. I have never had any sexual or physical activity with Dr. Ford,Ž Kavanaugh said. Ive never sexually assaulted anyone, in high school or otherwise.Ž The second woman, Deborah Ramirez, has accused Kavanaugh of exposing himself to her at a Yale dormitory party, putting his penis in her face and causing her to touch it without her consent as she pushed him away. Kavanaugh said Monday, I never did any such thing.Ž If such a thing had happened, it would have been the talk of campus,Ž Kavanaugh said. Its rare for nominees to the Supreme Court to give interviews. Russell Wheeler, an expert on the judicial selection process at the Brookings Institution, said he is unaware of a similar media interview by a Supreme Court nominee in the past 100 years. But theres nothing ordinary about the stakes and circumstances of Kavanaughs nomination, with Republicans “ghting to get him on the court by the end of September and cement a conservative-leaning court for years to come. President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell say they are determined to get Kavanaugh on the court, calling the allegations against him false and politically motivated. Kavanaugh was de“ant as well. Im not going to let false accusations drive us out of this process,Ž Kavanaugh said. Democrats have accused Republicans of not conducting a thorough review in their rush to get Kavanaugh con“rmed. They want the FBI to reopen its background investigation of Kavanaugh and look into the allegations against him. Ford and Kavanaugh are set to testify Thursday before the Senate Judiciary Committee. By MARLEY JAYAP MARKETS WRITERNEW YORK „ Global stocks took small losses Monday after China reportedly pulled out of trade talks with the U.S. Industrial companies and banks suffered some of the worst declines among American stocks. The U.S. and China of“cially began taxing larger amounts of each others goods Monday, and the Wall Street Journal reported that China pulled out of talks that could have led to a new round of negotiations to end the trade war. The U.S. is now taxing another $200 billion in Chinese imports at a rate of 10 percent, and China added taxes of 5 to 10 percent on $60 billion in U.S. products. Oil prices jumped after OPEC decided not to produce more oil. Technology and health care companies rose, leaving U.S. indexes only slightly lower. The markets been remarkably resilient over the last couple of months while trade tensions were heating up,Ž said Terry Sandven, chief equity strategist at U.S. Bank Wealth Management. The S&P 500 index fell 10.30 points, or 0.4 percent, to 2,919.37. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 181.45 points, or 0.7 percent, to 26,562.05. The Russell 2000 index of smaller-company stocks dropped 7 points, or 0.4 percent, to 1,705.32. The Nasdaq composite rose 6.29 points, or 0.1 percent, to 7,993.25.Global stocks dip on report China calls off US trade talks MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE NATIONDallas police officer accused in neighbors death firedDALLAS (AP) „ A white Dallas police of“cer who fatally shot her black neighbor inside his own apartment was “red Monday, the same day the man was being buried in his Caribbean homeland. Police Chief U. Renee Hall dismissed Of“cer Amber Guyger during a hearing Monday, according to a statement posted on Twitter. Guyger is charged with manslaughter in the Sept. 6 shooting that left 26-year-old Botham Jean dead, and she was “red because of her arrest, according to Dallas police. Court records show Guyger said she thought she had encountered a burglar inside her own home. She turned herself in three days later, and is currently out on bond. A statement from police said an internal investigation concluded that on Sept. 9, Guyger engaged in adverse conduct when she was arrested for Manslaughter.Ž Ben & Jerrys founders creating candidate flavorsMONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) „ The founders of Ben & Jerrys ice cream in Bernie Sanders home state are putting their ice cream expertise to work to support seven congressional candidates in the midterm elections who they call progressive. Vermonts Ben Cohen and Jerry Green“eld, known for their clever marketing and quirky ”avors, are working with political action committee MoveOn to create ice cream ”avors that re”ect the values of each of the candidates. They are seeking the publics help in naming the ”avors. After picking winners, Cohen says he will make about 40 pints of each ”avor by hand in his kitchen to be raf”ed off to support the candidates. The candidates are Jess King in Pennsylvania, Lauren Underwood in Illinois, Aftab Pureval in Ohio, J.D. Scholten in Iowa, Ammar Campa Najjar in California, Stephany Rose Spaulding in Colorado and James Thompson in Kansas.SiriusXM presses play on deal with Pandora MediaNEW YORK (AP) „ Subscription radio company SiriusXM says its buying music streaming service Pandora Media Inc. in a deal valued at about $3.5 billion that will allow it to expand its service beyond cars and into mobile devices and homes. Pandora has faced intense pressure from competitors like Spotify and Apple. Its last quarterly pro“t was in December 2014. But a buyout by SiriusXM, which made a $480 million investment in Pandora in June 2017, may be the boost the business needs. The ability to provide a subscription service that gives Pandora customers access to streaming music and satellite radio could help set it apart from its rivals and would likely draw in new customers. And SiriusXMs relationships with automobile companies will open the door for Pandora to have better distribution in that market. Meanwhile, the deal will help SiriusXM tap into Pandoras mobile strength while giving it the chance to improve in areas such as making personalized listening recommendations. Kavanaugh: Ive never sexually assaulted anyone AP PHOTOBrett Kavanaugh looks at his wife Ashley Estes Kavanaugh at the start of a FOX News interview with Martha MacCallum, Monday, in Washington, about allegations of sexual misconduct against the Supreme Court nominee. HEARING LOSS $999ea $1299ea $1299ea adno=3604948-1

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AlaskCom 1.65 -.03 1.34f Albemar le104.94 -.48 ... Alcoa Cp 41.96 -1.83 ... Alexion lf128.51 +6.52 ... Alibaba 163.16 -1.47 ... AllegTch 29.07 +.41 2.80 AllegiantT126.80 -2.25 2.88 Allergan 187.98 -3.33 2.24 Allete 75.49 -1.36 2.08f AllnceRes 20.15 +.45 2.57e AlliBern 30.35 -.15 1.34 AlliantEg s 42.92 -.31 .60 AllisonTrn 53.31 -.13 1.84 Allstate 100.38 -1.44 .60f AllyFincl 27.30 -.24 ... AlnylamP 93.26 -1.31 ... Alphabet C1173.37+7.28 ... Alphabet A1179.56+7.44 .69 AlpTotDiv 8.73 ... ... AltaMesa n 4.15 -.29 ... Altaba 67.59 -.34 ... Altice n 18.65 -.51 3.20 Altria 61.06 -1.49 ... Amazon 1934.36+19.35 ... Ambarella 38.55 +.07 1.83 Ameren 63.76 -.66 .50 AFMulti 5.75 ... .17e AMovilL 16.34 -.16 .40 AmAirlines 41.98 -1.62 ... AmAxle 18.36 -.18 .55 AEagleOut 23.51 -.30 2.48 AEP 70.64 -.76 1.40 AmExp 109.85 -1.05 1.28 A mIntlGrp 54.65 -.02 ... 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Interest ratesThe yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose to 3.07 percent Monday. Yields affect interest rates on mortgages and other consumer loans.NET 1YR TREASURIES LAST PVS CHG AGO 5.00 4.75 4.25 1.88 1.63 1.13 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill 2.16 2.17 -0.01 1.02 6-month T-bill 2.36 2.37 -0.01 1.18 52-wk T-bill 2.57 2.56 +0.01 1.29 2-year T-note 2.81 2.80 +0.01 1.44 5-year T-note 2.95 2.96 -0.01 1.86 7-year T-note 3.03 3.02 +0.01 2.09 10-year T-note 3.07 3.06 +0.01 2.25 30-year T-bond 3.21 3.20 +0.01 2.78 NET 1YR BONDS LAST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 2.13 2.14 -0.01 1.60 Barclays USAggregate 3.47 3.48 -0.01 2.54 Barclays US Corp 4.08 4.09 -0.01 3.17 Barclays US High Yield 6.26 6.25 +0.01 5.47 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.99 3.99 ... 3.66 10-Yr. TIPS .91 0.91 ... .40Commodities U.S. crude oil, wholesale gasoline and natural gas prices rose about 2 percent. Gold prices rose slightly while silver slipped.Crude Oil (bbl) 72.08 70.78 +1.84 +19.3 Ethanol (gal) 1.25 1.25 -0.08 -5.9 Heating Oil (gal) 2.29 2.23 +2.69 +10.1 Natural Gas (mm btu) 3.04 2.98 +2.05 +2.9 Unleaded Gas (gal) 2.05 2.02 +1.86 +14.2 FUELS CLOSEPVS %CHG%YTD Gold (oz) 1199.30 1196.20 +0.26 -8.2 Silver (oz) 14.25 14.27 -0.13 -16.5 Platinum (oz) 829.30 829.60 -0.04 -11.2 Copper (lb) 2.82 2.84 -0.72 -14.1 Palladium (oz) 1071.60 1066.90 +0.44 -0.2 METALS CLOSEPVS %CHG%YTD Cattle (lb) 1.12 1.13 -0.80 -8.8 Coffee (lb) 0.99 1.00 -1.40 -22.0 Corn (bu) 3.61 3.57 +0.91 +2.8 Cotton (lb) 0.79 0.79 -0.69 +0.1 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 339.60 340.30 -0.21 -24.2 Orange Juice (lb) 1.46 1.47 -0.54 +7.7 Soybeans (bu) 8.41 8.47 -0.74 -11.6 Wheat (bu) 5.27 5.22 +1.01 +23.4 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS %CHG%YTD USD per British Pound1.3118 +.0040 +.30% 1.3527 Canadian Dollar 1.2940 +.0018 +.14% 1.2336 USD per Euro 1.1758 +.0011 +.09% 1.1941 Japanese Yen 112.73 +.21 +.19% 112.05 Mexican Peso 18.9590 +.1611 +.85% 17.7328 1YR MAJORS CLOSE CHG %CHGAGO Israeli Shekel 3.5743 -.0004 -.14% 3.4968 Norwegian Krone 8.1408 +.0001 +.08% 7.8003 South African Rand 14.3154 -.0000 -.00% 13.2436 Swedish Krona 8.7 931 -.0001 -.09% 7.9798 Swiss Franc .9633 -.0051 -.49% .9702 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST Australian Dollar 1.3781 +.0051 +.37% 1.2558 Chinese Yuan 6.8566 +.0024 +.04% 6.5937 Hong Kong Dollar 7.8116 -.0006 -.01% 7.8098 Indian Rupee 72.929 +.675 +.93% 64.895 Singapore Dollar 1.3660 +.0017 +.12% 1.3458 South Korean Won 1120.38 +5.44 +.49% 1133.32 Taiwan Dollar 30.71 +.08 +.26% 30.19 ASIA/PACIFICForeign Exchange The dollar weakened against the euro and British pound but strengthened versus the Japanese yen. 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Zynga 3.93 +.01 Stock Footnotes: g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf Late filing with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. rt Right to buy security at a specified price. s Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi Trades will be s ettled when the stock is issued. wd When distributed. wt Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. un Unit,, including more than one security. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Stocks in bold are worth at least $5 and changed 5 percent or more in price. 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Source :The Associated Press.DOW 26,562.05 -181.45 NASDAQ 7,993.25 +6.29 S&P 500 2,919.37 -10.30 10-YR T-NOTE 3.07% +.01 30-YR T-BOND 3.21% +.01 CRUDE OIL $72.08 +1.30 GOLD $1,199.30 +3.10 EURO $1.1758 +.0011q q p p q q p p p p p p p p p p(Previous and change figures reflect current contract.)

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The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers DEAR DR. ROACH: I'm writing about atrial brillation. In April I had a one-time 17-hour stint of it. I was not aware of anything happening at the time. When I had a device check (heart pacemaker), I was told of this occurrence, and it was recommended that I see my heart specialist. As a result, I was given the choice of taking Eliquis. It was highly recommended. I purchased some, but did not take any of these pills because of the warnings on TV that this medication "can cause a stroke, bleeding risks," etc. I also have had an aortic valve replacement (I had a bioprosthetic valve), and they recommend I do not take this pill. „ P.A. ANSWER: Atrial brillation is a common condition, especially in older people, where the rhythm of the heart is disrupted. This can cause symptoms due to an irregular heart rate, exercise intolerance or shortness of breath (especially if the heart rate is too fast), but it doesn't always cause symptoms. Even without symptoms, atrial brillation is concerning because it increases the risk of blood clots. Without coordinated rhythm, the blood in the atria can form clots, which then can get carried in the bloodstream up to the brain. There they cause a stroke. The risk of stroke in a person with atrial brillation depends on age, sex and other factors, but it is something like 3 to 5 percent per year. With medication, such as apixaban (Eliquis) or warfarin (Coumadin), that risk is much reduced, by about two-thirds. These medicines work by making it a little harder for the body to form clots. A side eect is that it makes the body a little bit more likely to bleed. Bleeding inside the brain also may cause a stroke, hence the warnings you read and hear for medicines like Eliquis. Still, with medication there is a large net reduction in stroke risk, and if your cardiologist has recommended it, it's because the cardiologist has reason to think that in taking it, there is more benet than harm for you. People with mechanical heart valves are at risk for developing clots and then strokes. Eliquis and other new treatments are not eective for people with mechanical heart valves, and Coumadin remains the best choice for nearly everybody with these kinds of valves. Since you don't have a mechanical valve (yours is made from pig tissues), you don't have an increased risk of stroke due to the valve. The valve doesn't change the fact that you would benet from treatment of the atrial brillation. DEAR DR. ROACH: My 74-year-old husband was recently diagnosed with Stage 3B kidney failure. We want to do whatever we can to preserve his kidneys. We are confused though. The information we nd on the internet recommends a strict diet, but his nephrologist said recent information indicates that diet doesn't matter. Please enlighten us. „ S.S. ANSWER: Kidney function reliably decreases with age, and many older adults are confused after getting a new diagnosis of "kidney failure." But the term applies to many people whose kidney function is as expected for their age. In other words, many healthy older adults whose kidney function is as expected for their age are now being classied as having kidney failure. I suspect that's why your husband's kidney doctor isn't restricting his diet. I hope, though, that the doctors have looked carefully at his medication doses; they sometimes need to be adjusted. There is good evidence that eating less meat and more plants can slow the progression of kidney failure.DEAR ABBY: My best friend and I are middle-aged women. She became engaged for the rst time recently, and asked me to go out of town with her to check out a potential wedding venue. While we were there, she looked away (wouldn't even look me in the eye) and announced that only her sister (with whom she doesn't get along) would be in her wedding party. Although I was deeply disappointed, I said nothing. Since then, she has asked for my advice on everything from invitations to wedding etiquette, etc., instead of asking her sister, who lives out of state. At this point, I just want to be a guest at the wedding and enjoy seeing her get married. How do I bow out of this untitled role she has given me? „ Bowing Out In The West DEAR BOWING OUT: If your friend had felt good about making the announcement, she wouldn't have hesitated to look you in the eye. Because you feel her questions should more appropriately be answered by the sister, tell your friend „ as kindly as possible „ she should be asking her maid of honor, who is "only a phone call away." DEAR ABBY: I fell in love with my rst crush 30 years ago. We lost contact, and over the years, I would sometimes wonder what had happened to him. Last week his cousin found me on Facebook, and I was able to video call him. We were lled with emotion and realized our feelings haven't changed. I'm divorced with two young adults. He's married with three young adults. All I want is just to see him again, but I'm afraid of what will happen. Please tell me what to do! „ Full Of Emotions DEAR FULL OF EMOTIONS: Because I'm not sure you have the strength to keep your distance if you meet him, ask him to include his wife and family when you do, and bring along your children. Dear Readers: Need a new ride? The cooler seasons are a good time to SHOP FOR A CAR. Take the time to research the features you need and want. Budget the amount you can spend, and look up the value of your trade-in. Buying in the fall and winter may mean you'll have fewer cars to choose from, but the dealership will be anxious to let these models go to make room for next year's cars. Shop on a Monday or Tuesday; the showrooms can be packed on the weekends. Buying at the end of the month also may work to your advantage, as salespeople may be working on a quota system. „ Heloise Dear Heloise: To keep everything that comes in single sheets moist (e.g., baby or personal wipes, kitchen wipes), I store them upside down. This ensures the top sheet is never dried out. „ Mike in Spring, TexasAtrial brillation is a common heart-rhythm disturbance Woman is hurt to be left out of friend's bridal party The time to nd a new carHints from Heloise Dr. Roach Dear Abby

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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). You appreciate people for who they are and dont require them to be like you in order to understand them. Its that dierence that keeps both parties interested and connected, as you ll in one anothers blanks. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You know what you have to do to bring harmony to your world, but you may not feel ready to do it. Forgiveness and detachment arent the easiest things for you, but once you let something go, it will never bother you again. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Sometimes life puts you in a position of having to fake it until you get the hang of the role and it becomes who you really are. But there are certain things that will just never be you. Give those up. Faking too long is bad for you. CANCER (June 22-July 22). When you dont want the fun to end, maybe its a sign that youre not getting enough of it in general. Pinpoint what makes a particular experience so enjoyable. Theres a way of working more of that feeling into your daily life. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Having to be right all of the time eats up a lot of energy and its socially repellant to boot, as people are annoyed by invulnerable individuals who seem to have it all gured out. Expect mistakes. Love them even. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). When youre living in the spirit of possibility, its never too late and theres no such thing as being regretful. So keep that beautiful hopeful attitude of yours alive. The world needs it. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Outer order, inner calm is the motto of the day. An eort to get your surroundings into a clean and logical arrangement will serve to clear your mind and get you ready to prevail in the challenges to come. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Responsibility is the way to happiness. It sure doesnt look like the way, but it is. Today this will have to do with making something right. As soon as you realize that a mistake has been made, handle and resolve it. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). It might feel unnatural for you to celebrate who you are and what you have to oer, but its the best thing you can do for everyone around you. When you enjoy your uniqueness, youre a gift to everyone around you. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You deserve love and attention and sometimes crave it without even realizing it. Better to tune in, ask yourself how youre doing and what you need, than to risk making things about you that shouldnt be. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Why do people test the boundaries of a relationship? Because we all need to feel powerful and free. Also, we often dont know where the boundaries are until we brush against them. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You didnt seek approval, but you got it anyway. Of course thats satisfying, but be careful because its also addictive. Derive too much pleasure from the approval of others and you could become reliant on it. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (Sept. 25). In short, its your year to do things better, smarter and faster. Your obsession with handling the daily stu with more grace and eciency will allow you to expand your life by adding interest, income and new relationships. More highlights include: being trusted with a treasure and a showcase for your talent. Cancer and Virgo adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 30, 1, 12, 18 and 6. 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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The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7 PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018 ODD NEWSBERLIN (AP) „ Birds are a well-known hazard for airport operators, but Vienna airport of“cials have had to deal with different winged intruders: a swarm of bats. Airport spokesman Peter Kleemann told the Austria Press Agency on Monday that the dense swarm of bats descended on one runway for about 45 minutes Wednesday evening. As a safety precaution, another runway was used for takeoffs and landings, affecting four ”ights and causing a few slight delays. Airport “re“ghters saw off the mammals by spraying a “ne mist of water over the runway. Kleemann said Vienna airport hasnt previously experienced a similar incident, and of“cials are looking into causes. He said that there was no risk to passengers. Dense swarm of bats causes flap at Vienna airportALMANACToday is Tuesday, Sept. 25 the 268th day of 2018. There are 97days left in the year.Today in historyOn Sept. 25, 1981 Sandra Day OConnor was sworn in as the first female justice on the Supreme Court.On this dateIn 1775 American Revolutionary War hero Ethan Allen was captured by the British as he led an attack on Montreal. (Allen was released by the British in 1778.) In 1789 the first United States Congress adopted 12amendments to the Constitution and sent them to the states for ratification. (Ten of the amendments became the Bill of Rights.) In 1911 ground was broken for Bostons Fenway Park. In 1919 President Woodrow Wilson collapsed after a speech in Pueblo, Colorado, during a national speaking tour in support of the Treaty of Versailles. In 1957 nine black students whod been forced to withdraw from Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, because of unruly white crowds were escorted to class by members of the U.S. Armys 101st Airborne Division. In 1974 Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Tommy John underwent an experimental graft reconstruction of the ulnar collateral ligament in the elbow of his throwing arm to repair a career-ending injury; the procedure, which proved successful, is now referred to as Tommy John surgery.Ž In 1992 NASAs Mars Observer blasted off on a $980 million mission to the red planet (the probe disappeared just before entering Martian orbit in August 1993).Todays birthdays Folk singer Ian Tyson is 85. Actor Josh Taylor is 75. Actor Robert Walden is 75. Actor-producer Michael Douglas is 74. Model Cheryl Tiegs is 71. Actress Mimi Kennedy is 70. Actor-director Anson Williams is 69. Actor Mark Hamill is 67. Basketball Hall of Famer Bob McAdoo is 67. Actor Colin Friels is 66. Actor Michael Madsen is 60. Actress Heather Locklear is 57. Actress Maria Doyle Kennedy is 54. Basketball Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen is 53. Actor Jason Flemyng is 52. Actor Will Smith is 50. Actor Hal Sparks is 49. Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones is 49. Rock musician Mike Luce (Drowning Pool) is 47. Actress Bridgette Wilson-Sampras is 45. Actress Clea DuVall is 41. Actor Joel David Moore is 41. Rapper T. I. is 38. Actor/rapper Donald Glover (AKA Childish Gambino) is 35. Actor Zach Woods is 34. Actor Jordan Gavaris is 29. Bible verseBy this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.Ž „ John 13:35 The greatest force in all the world is the love of God. The world is looking for real love. Christians, lets show it and share it. FROM PAGE ONEAfter testifying for several hours at two trials, the “rst of which ended in a hung jury, Constand spoke in court Monday for just two minutes. The jury heard me. Mr. Cosby heard me. Now all I am asking for is justice as the court sees “t,Ž said Constand, who submitted a much longer victim-impact statement that wasnt read in court. Steele quoted Constand in her statement as saying that Cosby took my beautiful, healthy, young spirit and crushed it.Ž The three charges on which Cosby was convicted carry up to 10 years in prison each, but both sides agreed to merge them together for sentencing because they stemmed from the same encounter. State sentencing guidelines call for about one to four years behind bars on the combined charge. The judge is also expected to decide whether to declare Cosby a sexually violent predatorŽ „ a scarlet letter that would make him subject to mandatory lifetime counseling and community noti“cation of his whereabouts. On Monday, Kristen Dudley, a psychologist for the state of Pennsylvania, testi“ed that Cosby “ts the criteria for a sexually violent predator, showing signs of a mental disorder that involves an uncontrollable urge to violate helpless women. A psychologist for Cosbys side is set to testify Tuesday. Cosbys lawyers argued that the state law on classifying sexual predators is unconstitutional. They contended also that Cosby is unlikely to commit another crime because of his age and health and because there have been no complaints that he molested anyone in the 14 years since his encounter with Constand. The suggestion that Mr. Cosby is dangerous is not supported by anything other than the frenzy,Ž Green said, alluding to protesters outside the courthouse and public debate about the case.COSBYFROM PAGE 1 assessment by U.S. of“cials that the North has not followed through on its commitments to take steps toward denuclearization. Pompeo defended Trumps decision to seek another meeting despite the slow progress. Weve been at this the other way an awfully long time and failed,Ž he said, adding: We tried to do details. We tried to do step for step. We tried to do trade for trade. Each of those failed.Ž Were bringing the two senior leaders, the individuals who can actually make the decisions that will move this process forward,Ž in hopes they can make a breakthrough, he said. Trump said the location for the second summit is still to be determined, but of“cials have said the U.S. leader is holding out hope it could take place on American soil. Such a move would itself present a complex political and logistical challenge for the North Korean leader. His trip to Singapore in June for the inaugural summit was anything but trivial. Trump has often fondly invoked the Singapore summit, a made-for-TV event that attracted the worlds media attention and largely received positive marks from cable pundits „ reviews that were not repeated for his summit with Russias Vladimir Putin in Helsinki the following month. Trump and Moon on Monday signed a new version of the U.S.-South Korean trade agreement, marking one of Trumps “rst successes in his effort to renegotiate economic deals on more favorable terms for the U.S. Trump labeled it a very big dealŽ and says the new agreement makes signi“cant improvements to reduce the trade de“cit between the countries and create new opportunities to export American products to South Korea. He says U.S. automobiles, pharmaceuticals and agricultural products will gain better access to Korean markets. Even so, some U.S. of“cials worry that South Koreas eagerness to restore relations with the North „ known as its sunshine policyŽ „ could reduce sanctions pressure on Kims government, hampering efforts to negotiate a nuclear accord.TRUMPFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOPresident Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-In at the Lotte New York Palace hotel during the United Nations General Assembly, Monday, in New York.who wasnt involved in the new research. It tapped into residual connections that are not being usedŽ after a spinal cord injury. Still, not everybody who has a similar injury will respond the same,Ž cautioned Sadowsky, who directs spinal cord therapy at Baltimores Kennedy Krieger Institute. Severe spinal cord injuries leave the brains get movingŽ instructions unable to reach the nerves that activate muscles. Researchers have tried other technologies, such as encasing patients in robotic-like exoskeletons or implanting muscle stimulators, to help move paralyzed limbs. With the new approach, the three patients are taking steps under their own power „ intentionally moving, according to the reports published Monday by Nature Medicine and the New England Journal of Medicine. How does it work? One theory: Circuits of nerves below the injury site are dormant, but still living. Applying electrical current, in customized patterns, could wake up some of those circuits and, with rigorous rehab to revive the rusty connections, eventually enable them to receive simple commands. Recovery can happen if you have the right circumstances,Ž said University of Louisville professor Susan Harkema, who co-authored the New England Journal study. The spinal cord relearns to do things, not as well as it did before, but it can function.Ž This study gives hope to people who are faced with paralysis that functional control may be possible,Ž said Dr. Kendall Lee, a Mayo neurosurgeon who treated Chinnock and co-authored the Nature Medicine report. Four years ago, Harkemas team made headlines when a few patients implanted with spinal stimulators „ originally developed to treat pain „ were able to wiggle their toes, move their legs and brie”y stand. But they didnt walk. Lee and Kristin Zhao, who directs Mayos assistive and restorative laboratory, decided to repeat the experiment „ and Chinnocks success surprised them. Hed been paralyzed in a 2013 snowmobile accident, with no movement or sensation below his mid-back. He underwent 43 weeks of intense physical therapy and stimulator adjustments. At “rst, trainers positioned his knees and hips to help him stand, swing his legs and shift his weight on a treadmill. But eventually, watching in a mirror, he learned to move his legs and propel himself forward with a walker, albeit with a trainer behind in case he loses his balance. He can tell his therapists when hes going to start, stop or speed up, Zhao said: Its very much a thoughtful, intentional movement.Ž Meanwhile in Louisville, Harkemas team was working with four more paralyzed volunteers eager to test the approach „ and this time, two eventually walked with assistance. In one training session in the lab, Jeff Marquis, 35, of Louisville made it almost the length of a football “eld without stopping for a rest. One day we were walking and they were helping me as usual and then they stopped helping me and I took maybe three or four steps in sequence,Ž Kelly Thomas, 23, of Lecanto, Florida, recalled in a video provided by Louisville researchers. My eyes got teary and I was like, Oh my god, that just happened, I just took steps.Ž Its not clear why the other two Louisville, Kentucky participants werent able to take independent steps. But that report illustrates an important caution about safety: One fractured a hip during a rehab treadmill exercise even while carefully supported and upright. The approach will need larger and longer studies not just to see if it can help other patients but to delineate risks. Its also not known how much such care would cost, as researchers work to improve the stimulators.REHABFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOIn this May 22 photo provided by the University of Louisville, Professor Susan Harkema watches as Kelly Thomas of Lecanto, Florida, practices walking with the help of a walker.denying the remarks and released a separate statement from someone who said he recalled the recording comment but insisted that it was meant sarcastically. As Trump mulled Rosensteins fate and consulted on how to respond, Rosenstein was summoned to the West Wing on Friday evening by White House chief of staff John Kelly. He also spoke with White House counsel Don McGahn over the weekend to say he was considering resigning, according to a person familiar with the conversation. McGahn told Rosenstein they should discuss the issue Monday, said the person who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the private conversation. Rosenstein was captured by photographers leaving the White House after his meetings Monday and was led out by Kelly. At the request of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, he and President Trump had an extended conversation to discuss the recent news stories,Ž Sanders said in a statement. Because the President is at the United Nations General Assembly and has a full schedule with leaders from around the world, they will meet on Thursday when the President returns to Washington, D.C.Ž Its unclear what will happen Thursday. Despite his Youre Fired!Ž tagline from his The ApprenticeŽ reality show days, the president has shown himself reluctant to directly “re aides himself. While his White House has been marked with unprecedented staff turnover, Trump has often left the task to deputies, including Kelly. He dispatched his former bodyguard to “re former FBI Director James Comey „ though Comey was out of town. In other cases, Trump has publicly and privately shamed a staffer, pushing them to resign of their own volition.ROSENSTEINFROM PAGE 1By JOE McDONALDAP BUSINESS WRITERBEIJING „ China and the United States imposed new tariff hikes on each others goods Monday and Beijing accused Washington of bullying, giving no sign of compromise in an intensifying battle over technology that is weighing on global economic growth. U.S. regulators went ahead with a planned 10 percent tax on a $200 billion list of 5,745 Chinese imports including bicycles and furniture. Chinas customs agency said it responded at noon by beginning to collect taxes of 5 or 10 percent on a $60 billion list of 5,207 American goods, from honey to industrial chemicals. The con”ict stems from U.S. President Donald Trumps complaints Beijing steals or pressures foreign companies to hand over technology. American of“cials say Chinese plans for state-led development of global competitors in robotics and other technologies violate its market-opening obligations and might erode U.S. industrial leadership. Chinas leaders offered to narrow their politically sensitive, multibillion-dollar trade surplus with the United States by purchasing more natural gas and other American exports. But they have rejected pressure to change industry plans the communist leadership sees as a path to prosperity and global in”uence. Mondays tariff hike follows a report by The Wall Street Journal that Chinese of“cials pulled out of a meeting to discuss possible talks proposed by Washington. The Chinese government had given no public indication whether it would accept the invitation. Envoys last met Aug. 22 in Washington but reported no progress. With no settlement in sight, forecasters say the con”ict between the two biggest economies could trim global growth through 2020. On Monday, the ratings agency Fitch cut its forecasts for next years Chinese and global economic growth by 0.1 percentage points to 6.1 percent and 3.1 percent, respectively. The trade war is now a reality,Ž said Fitchs chief economist, Brian Coulton, in a report. The downside risks to our global growth forecasts have also increased.ŽUS, China hike tariffs as trade row intensifies

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SPORTSTuesday, September 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com | www.facebook.com/SunPreps | @Sun_Preps Drawing attentionOhio States Haskins receiving Heisman considerationSee page 7INDEX | Golf 2 | Lottery 2 | NHL 2 | Pro baseball 2,4 | Scoreboard 5 | Auto racing 6 | NBA 6 | NFL 6 | Colleges 7 By STEVEN WINEAP SPORTS WRITERDAVIE, Fla. „ Ryan Tannehill says when he calls a trick play, even his offensive linemen get excited. And why not? Razzle dazzle is a big reason the surprising Miami Dolphins are undefeated. Im all for anytime everybody gets excited about a play call,Ž play-caller and coach Adam Gase said with a chuckle Monday. The worst is when the quarterback says he doesnt believe its going to work. Thats when you get a little nervous. If I feel like guys really like something, well get to it.Ž Theyre likely cueing up something exotic for the New England Patriots, where the Dolphins play Sunday with a chance to end their streak of nine consecutive losses in Foxborough. The Dolphins used a receiver-to-receiver pass and two wideout sweeps to score three touchdowns Sunday and rally past Oakland 28-20. With the win, Miami improved to 3-0 for only the third time since the Dan Marino era and took a two-game lead over the other three teams in the AFC East, including perennial power New England. How much is left in Gases bag of play-calling tricks? A lot,Ž he said. Sundays surprises allowed the Dolphins to spring their speed „ NASCAR on grass, as receiver Jakeem Grant called it. He and receiver Albert Wilson each scored on a jet sweep, and Wilson threw his “rst NFL pass for a 52-yard touchdown to Grant Fun, right? When you win,Ž Gase said, its fun.Ž The Dolphins had practiced the three plays for weeks and chose the right time to call them. The scores helped erase a 17-7 second-half de“cit. The play comes into the huddle, and everyone kind of gets excited,Ž Tannehill said. Anytime theres a big-shot call or a trick play, you can feel the offensive line kind of get excited.Ž The defensive line, too. Its a lot of fun watching guys run down the sideline untouched,Ž defensive end Cameron Wake said. Wilson did just that, sprinting into the clear on his 74-yard jet sweep catch and run. The Raiders reaction? They got behind me so Full of surprises, Dolphins are undefeated with Pats next AP PHOTOMiami Dolphins defensive end Robert Quinn, right, rushes Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, left, during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, in Miami Gardens, Fla. NFL: Miami DolphinsLOCAL PREP BRIEF SAILINGPunta Gorda Sailing Club Holds First Race The Punta Gorda Sailing Club held its “rst race of the fall season this past Sunday. Three ”eets were represented, and the top “nishers were: Spinnaker Fleet Cruising Fleet Harbor 20s 1st: Paul Robbins Soulshine 1st: Tony Milans See Ya 1st: Jim Nuzzos H20 2nd: Peter Welchs Zou Bah 2nd: Mike Bushers Serendipity 3rd: Robert Rodgers In The Wind The second race of the fall series will be held on October 14th. For more information on how to join in the fun, check out www.pgscweb.com. DAVIE, Fla. (AP) „ Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Akeem Spence says he was trying to protect himself in a “ght that led to his ejection for ripping off an opponents helmet. Spencer was penalized for unnecessary roughness and ejected in the second quarter of Sundays win over Oakland following his skirmish with guard Kelechi Osemele. The incident was doubly costly for Miami. The penalty negated a thirddown sack and led to an Oakland “eld goal. And the Dolphins became short-handed in the front four when ends William Hayes and Andre Branch were sidelined with knee injuries. Spence says the episode was typical of the Raiders.Dolphins DT says he was trying to protect himself in fight AP PHOTOMiami Dolphins defensive tackle Akeem Spence is escorted o the eld after a play during the rst half of an NFL football game against the Oakland Raiders, Sunday, in Miami Gardens, Fla. NFL: Miami Dolphins By MARK LONGAP SPORTS WRITERJACKSONVILLE, Fla. „ Up, down. Good, bad. This is nothing new for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Offensive inconsistency has become as much a part of the teams identity as defensive pro“ciency under coach Doug Marrone. Its Jacksonvilles biggest downfall and a main reason why many outsiders refuse to consider the Jaguars (2-1) a legitimate title contender in 2018. They reached another low Sunday, failing to score an offensive touchdown for the second time in two years, advancing past mid“eld just twice and losing 9-6 to AFC South rival Tennessee Dropped passes, batted balls and penalties were part of the problem. So was Blake Bortles, who completed 21 of 34 passes for 155 yards and was sacked three times. The lackluster performance came one week after Jacksonville looked unbelievably smooth in a 31-20 victory against New England a rematch of last seasons AFC championship game. Is it head-scratching? Yeah, of course,Ž Marrone said. Obviously, its not what you expect. ... Its not like its one thing or one set. It was a combination of really not playing well at all.Ž The Jaguars will try to bounce back against the New York Jets (1-2) on Sunday, wrapping up a three-game homestand. Weve got to “nd out and “gure out how were going to handle it as a team,Ž Bortles said. Getting running back Offensive inconsistency continues to plague Bortles, Jaguars NFL: JaguarsJAGUARS | 8 DOLPHINS | 8By BRUCE ROBINSSUN CORRESPONDENTENGLEWOOD „ Charlottes advantage on the front line was too much for Lemon Bay to overcome, as the Tarpons defeated the Manta Rays in straight sets, 25-14, 26-24, 25-20, in a Class 7A-District 10 volleyball match Monday night. Shelby Beisner and Kaitlyn Chavarria dominated up front as Charlotte took the “rst game after falling behind early. The Tarpons scored seven straight points to pull away from a 10-10 tie while the Mantas were struggling to adapt to the loss of injured middle hitter Sabrina Lefebvre. We had the whole week off last week,Ž Lemon Bay coach Pat Auer said. We had Tarpons defeated Manta Rays in district matchup Senior Kaitlyn Chavarria (5) smashes the kill for her Lady Tarpons. PHOTOS BY TIM KERN Sophomore Ashleigh Miller (12) celebrates after a huge block at the net denying the Lemon Bay scoring attempt. 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Dodgers at Arizona (games joined in progress)NFL FOOTBALL8:15 p.m. ESPN „ Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay (Note: ESPN Deportes simulcast on ESPN2)By NICK KELLYTAMPA BAY TIMESAs he sat back in his chair facing the stands in the middle of the two benches, Lightning owner Jeff Vinik could not help but remember the “rst time he sat there. A young Steven Stamkos sat next to him as he spoke in front of a crowd of about 30 people. Were going to change this,Ž Vinik recalled thinking to himself. And they did, if Sunday was any indication. Vinik spoke these words in front of not 30 fans, but thousands who attended Lightning Fan Fest at Amalie Arena. 10,164 to be exact. Vinik, GM Julien BriseBois and a couple of players sat on the high chairs placed on a platform in between the two benches as he partook in a question and answer session with thousands of fans in attendance. The “rst session that included Vinik and BriseBois was open only to season ticket holders. Here is what you need to know: € An outdoor hockey game in Tampa is more than a dream. There is a legitimate chance it happens, if you ask Vinik. It might sound crazy to have an outdoor ice rink in Florida, but Vinik thinks Tampa can host an NHL game outside. The game would likely be played in the middle of February, a time in which Vinik said theres only about a 5 to 10 percent chance that weather would be problematic. The game would be scheduled on a Saturday, so that if rain and humidity did affect it, they could push the game back to Sunday. Vinik wants to do all he can to make it work. Its something he has pushed for years. He held his pointer “nger and thumb less than an inch away from each other when he discussed how close the league is to giving Tampa the go-ahead. € The Lightning places a lot of value in having an East Coast Hockey League af“liate in Orlando. Tampa Bay entered into a three-year deal with the Orlando Solar Bears this offseason, giving the Lightning a nearby presence in the league a tier below the American Hockey League. Vinik sees this af“liation as a prime opportunity to grow the game in another part of Florida that has shown interest in the Lightning. Vinik said the Lightnings TV ratings in Orlando are quite good.Ž € Amalie Arena is in the process of upgrading its food and beverage options somewhat this season, but especially next season, Vinik said. There is no big ongoing project at Amalie Arena right now, though Vinik said to expect some tweaks. But he allowed that there could be major renovations between 2020 and 2025. € There could be a rule change coming to the NHL power play in the next couple of seasons. The rule change: If you go on the power play, you get to pick which face-off circle the ensuing face-off will take place. Other levels have tried it, and BriseBois said the AHL is voting this week on if it will use the new rule this year. That could serve as a testing ground. If players like it, it could reach the NHL as soon as next season. Five Lightning training camp cuts clear waivers On Sunday, the Lightning placed “ve players on waivers as it cut down its training camp roster to 28. On Monday, all “ve cleared waivers. That list included Andy Andreoff, Gabriel Dumont, Edward Pasquale, Carter Verhaeghe and Cameron Gaunce. AHL Syracuse opens its camp Tuesday. Expect most, if not all, of those “ve players to be on the Crunch roster. Practice report Lightning coach Jon Cooper said Monday that he does not expect Tyler Johnson to play the rest of the preseason. He and BriseBois remain optimistic that Johnson will be ready to go when the Lightning faces the Panthers on Oct. 6. Johnson missed practice Sunday because of an upper-body injury. He injured himself earlier in the week in practice. Monday was the “rst practice with 28 players, “ve away number to start the season. Here are the lines the Lightning ran in practice: Alex Killorn, Steven Stamkos, J.T. Miller Andrej Palat, Brayden Point, Nikita Kucherov Adam Erne, Mitchell Stephens, Danick Martel Yanni Gourde, Anthony Cirelli, Cory Conacher Alexander Volkov, Cedric Paquette, Mathieu JosephLightning journal: Vinik pushing for outdoor game NHL: Tampa Bay Lightning By DOUG FERGUSONAP GOLF WRITERSAINT-QUENTINEN-YVELINES, France „ Already the most intense competition in golf, the Ryder Cup doesnt need help to boost the excitement. Tiger Woods managed to take it to another level. He looked like the Woods of old by leading the “nal 36 holes of the Tour Championship, not letting anyone near him until it was too late, a vintage performance made all the more remarkable by four back surgeries and a future that looked bleak only a year ago. Woods was a vice captain at the Presidents Cup a year ago this week and said he envisioned a scenario where he never returned Tiger Woods winning adds to Ryder Cup buzzto competition. One PGA Tour event into his return, Jim Furyk selected him as a vice captain for the Ryder Cup. And then he picked him for the team. And then Woods won for the “rst time in more than “ve years. Its obviously a nice buzz for our team,Ž Furyk said Monday, a few hours after the American charter plane landed in Paris. The entire U.S. team was on a charter that arrived in Paris at about 12:45 p.m. European captain Thomas Bjorn arrived late last week, as did a few of his players. Six of them were at East Lake for the Tour Championship. The “rst of“cial day of practice is Tuesday. Monday was as much a time to re”ect on Woods as it was to rest up for a busy week at Le Golf National. I spent 25 years playing professional golf with Tiger Woods on the scene, and any time he does anything great, thats a story. And thats where we want to see him,Ž said Bjorn, the only player to be paired with Woods over 72 holes and beat him. That was in Dubai in 2001. He does so much for the game of golf,Ž Bjorn said. Watching that last night, I thought it was brilliant. It was great for the greater aspect of the game.Ž The television ratings show as much. NBC Sports Group said the overnight rating from the Tour Championship was 5.21, the highest-rated telecast in the 12-year history of the FedEx Cup playoffs, which cover 48 events featuring some of the strongest “elds of the year. That was the highest rating of the year this side of the majors, and the highest for the Tour Championship dating to 2000. In the end, whatever it is these 24 guys are going to do this week, the game of golf needs that boost of somebody like him that transcends the game to the masses,Ž Bjorn said. So for everyone in golf, its brilliant.Ž Now that Woods is back on his game, the hope for Furyk and the U.S. team is that hes not back to Ryder Cup form. For all that he has achieved „ 80 victories on the PGA Tour, 14 majors, No. 1 in the world for 683 weeks „ he has a 13-17-3 record in Ryder Cup matches, and he has played on only one winning team since his “rst one in 1997. We dont fear anyone because weve played against them so many times before individually,Ž Bjorn said. But we respect our opponents and know what we are up against. What stands on the other side we know is one of the strongest American teams of all time. ... We do what we do as a European team, and then we go out and take that on the golf course, and thats all 12 Americans. Its not one individual.Ž The Americans have not won the Ryder Cup away from home since 1993, a drought Furyk has been hearing about since he was appointed captain in January 2017. The Americans have con“dence from winning big at Hazeltine two years ago „ Woods was a vice captain that week „ and from a team that boasts nine major champions. That makes them favorites on paper. And that means little, as recent history would suggest. Even with the loss two years ago, Europe still has won eight out of the last 11 times dating to that 93 American victory at The Belfry. Im not sure you really need extra motivation in a Ryder Cup,Ž Furyk said. Obviously, I think theres a thorn in their side, and its been that since 1993, and theres some veteran players that have played on a number of these teams that have never won on foreign soil. Its not anything I need to mention in the team room. They are well aware of it, and they are well aware of how dif“cult it is to win in Europe.Ž Furyk, meanwhile, did well not to add to the hyperbole over Woods winning again. Woods was trending in that direction, from the brief time he held the lead on Sunday at the British Open to his runner-up “nish at the PGA Championship. How much did Woods contribute to the buzz Sunday night? The Americans had a room set aside in a hotel near the Atlanta airport for a team dinner before ”ying to France. We had a whole group of guys waiting in the team room, and then a giant roar when Steve Stricker walked in the room after his victory,Ž Furyk said with a laugh. Stricker, a vice captain for the U.S. team, won his “rst PGA Tour Champions title in South Dakota. Nice to have those two guys play so well, and start us off pretty well this week,Ž Furyk said. AP PHOTOUSA Captain Jim Furyk, left, and Europe Captain Thomas Bjorn pose with the trophy at the end of a news conference ahead of the Ryder Cup at the Golf National in Guyancourt, outside Paris, France, Monday. GOLFBy MARK DIDTLERASSOCIATED PRESSST. PETERSBURG, Fla. „ Aaron Hicks injured his left hamstring running up the “rst-base line in the Yankees 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night, another concern for New York heading into next weeks AL wild-card game. Hicks 11th-inning double on Saturday drove Didi Gregorius with the run that clinched a postseason berth, and on Sunday the Yankees learned Sunday that Gregorius had torn cartilage in his right wrist during his head“rst slide across the plate. Hicks, who had fouled a pitch off his left ankle just before the double, left Mondays game with left hamstring tightness. He appeared to get hurt in the third inning while running to “rst base on a grounder to shortstop, successfully beating a relay throw and avoiding a double play. He was replaced by Brett Gardner in the middle of the fourth. New Yorks win eliminated the Rays and ensured a postseason berth for Oakland, which is likely to be the wild-card opponent but also is still alive in the AL West race. The Yankees began the night 1 games ahead of the Athletic for home“eld advantage. At 96-60, New York is assured of its best record since going 97-65 in 2011. Gardner had a goahead single off Ryan Yarbrough (15-6) in a two-run “fth inning, and the 35-year-old made a running, leaping catch at the center-“eld wall in the sixth on Brandon Lowes two-out drive with runners on “rst and third. Pitcher David Robertson threw both his arms skyward after seeing the grab. Catcher Gary Sanchez also is of concern to the Yankees. He had two more passed balls to raise his major league-leading total to 17 in just 72 games behind the plate. He had 16 last year, tied for most in the majors. New York used eight pitchers and gave its starters extra rest ahead of the postseason, and the Rays managed just two hits „ both off Sonny Gray (11-9). Reliever Jonathan Holder started and threw two innings, as did Grey. Zach Britton worked ninth for his seventh save. Andrew McCutchen homered in the third, but Tommy Pham doubled in the fourth, advanced on a passed ball and scored on Brandon Lowes double-play grounder. Giancarlo Stanton had a run-scoring double in the “fth off Ryan Yarbrough (15-6) and is hitting .149 (11 for 74) with 10 RBIs in September. Aaron Judge hit a run-scoring double in the seventh, his second RBI since coming off the disabled list after recuperating from a broken wrist.Aaron Hicks hurts hamstring as Yankees beat Rays 4-1 MLB

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The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 3 PREP SPORTS CALENDAR TODAYVolleyball North Port … Volleyball vs. Sarasota Christian, 7 p.m. Venice „ Volleyball at Palmetto, 7 p.m. Golf Port Charlotte … Girls at Bayshore, 4 p.m. Venice „ Boys at Lakewood Ranch Country Club, 3:30 p.m. TOMORROWGolf Lemon Bay „ Girls at Preserve at Tara Lemon Bay „ Boys f round 2 at CCC @ Port Charlotte golf club, 4 p.m. Port Charlotte … Boys golf County Champs, TBA Venice „ Boys Golf at Sarasota at Serenoa Golf Club, 3:30 p.m. Swimming Lemon Bay „ Swim home vs North Port, 4:30 p.m. Venice „ Swim at Charlotte, 5 p.m. Volleyball North Port … Volleyball vs. Island Coast, 7 p.m. Charlotte and Sarasota Counties provide ample opportunity for students to participate in a variety of sports. The fall season is brimming with athletic endeavors, football, volleyball, cross-country, swimming and golf. A number of athletes have fashioned outstanding performances, drawing plaudits for their efforts, leaving an indelible imprint, the kind that will resonate within the community, long after theyve gone onto compete at the next level. Its those types of experiences, learning about respect, sportsmanship, determination, perseverance, work ethic, preparedness, teamwork, integrity, honesty, the ability to process plays at speed, make quick decisions and time management, that will help de“ne their future. The athletes are exposed to a a variety of experiences, moments that will help shape their character, providing them with the confidence, self-awareness and inner strength to overcome adversity as their lives progress, allowing them to achieve optimal results in different areas of their lives. So, when you have the opportunity to attend a sporting event, make sure to thank the coaches, school administrators, parents and athletes. They appreciate your support as a spectator, enthusiast and advocate.Fall sports showcase area talent Ben BAUGHSports Editor By BEN BAUGHSPORTS EDITORThe Charlotte Tarpons hold a 9-stroke lead over Lemon Bay, with Port Charlotte two strokes behind the Manta Rays, after the “rst round of the Charlotte County Boys Golf Club Championship. Mondays round was played at {span}the Palms course at the Rotonda Golf and Country Club. Lemon Bays Eddie Lainhart “red a 38 and Port Charlottes Mark KanekoFuji carded a 38. A pair of Tarpons found themselves one stroke off the pace, with Billy Brumbaugh and Jacob Smith both recording 39s. Charlottes Bryce Hayse was also in the mix, and shot a 40 on Monday. Eddie was 3-over through three holes, and I told him that the hardest holes, two and three were over,Ž said Jason Jones, Lemon Bay boys golf coach. He made a huge putt from the fringe on no. four to save par, and then knocked it two feet on the par 3 “fth hole for birdie. He just keeps grinding and doesnt get too high or too low. I expect him to be right in it on Friday.Ž Wednesdays round will be played at St. Andrews South Golf Club in Punta Gorda Isles, a course the Tarpons are familiar with. Both players (Brumbaugh and Smith) battled through a couple of bad shots, and kept it on the course today,Ž said Scott Harvey, Charlotte boys golf coach. Im happy with their performance on a course they dont play very much.Ž Scoring: Charlotte 162; Lemon Bay 171 and Port Charlotte 173.Tarpons hold advantage after first round of the Charlotte County golf championship PHOTOS BY TIM KERN Port Charlottes Marc Kaneko-Fujii tees o on the second hole of the County Tournament on Monday. Charlottes Billy Brumbaugh makes a great chip shot on the opening hole of the County Tournament. Port Charlottes Marc Kaneko-Fujii gets o to a hot start as he sinks his birdie putt on the rst hole of the Charlotte County Golf Tournament. Lemon Bay High School freshman, Eddie Lainhart, sinks his par putt on the opening hole of the Charlotte County Golf Tournament. Host team Lemon Bay High School competed against Port Charlotte and Charlotte High School in the County Golf Tournament on Monday. The tournament was held at the Palms course at the Rotonda Golf and Country Club. Lemon Bays Eddie Lainhart hits the ball of the tee at the second hole. Billy Brumbaugh crushes the ball with his driver on the second hole. PREP GOLF

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Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018AMERICAN LEAGUE z-clinched playoff berth x-clinched division y-clinched wild cardNATIONAL LEAGUE z-clinched playoff berth x-clinched division y-clinched wild card EAST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY x-Boston 106 51 .675 „ „ 5-5 W-1 55-21 51-30 y-New York 96 60 .615 9 „ 6-4 W-1 53-28 43-32 Tampa Bay 87 69 .558 18 7 7-3 L-1 48-27 39-42 Toronto 71 86 .452 35 23 6-4 L-2 39-40 32-46 Baltimore 45 111 .288 60 49 3-7 L-1 27-50 18-61 CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM W L PCT GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY x-Cleveland 87 68 .561 „ „ 5-5 W-2 49-32 38-36 Minnesota 72 83 .465 15 21 5-5 W-1 43-31 29-52 Detroit 63 93 .404 24 31 4-6 L-1 38-43 25-50 Chicago 61 94 .394 26 32 5-5 L-2 29-49 32-45 Kansas City 54 102 .346 33 40 4-6 W-1 30-47 24-55 WEST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY z-Houston 99 57 .635 „ „ 7-3 W-4 46-35 53-22 Oakland 94 62 .603 5 „ 5-5 L-1 50-31 44-31 Seattle 85 70 .548 13 8 6-4 L-1 41-33 44-37 Los Angeles 75 81 .481 24 19 2-8 L-5 37-38 38-43 Texas 66 89 .426 32 27 4-6 W-1 34-47 32-42 EAST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY x-Atlanta 88 68 .564 „ „ 6-4 W-5 43-38 45-30 Philadelphia 78 77 .503 9 8 4-6 L-4 47-31 31-46 Washington 79 78 .503 9 8 5-5 W-1 39-40 40-38 New York 73 83 .468 15 14 5-5 W-1 33-42 40-41 Miami 62 94 .397 26 25 5-5 L-1 38-43 24-51 CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Chicago 91 64 .587 „ „ 7-3 W-2 47-27 44-37 Milwaukee 89 67 .571 2 „ 6-4 W-1 48-30 41-37 St. Louis 87 69 .558 4 „ 6-4 W-3 43-35 44-34 Pittsburgh 78 76 .506 12 8 7-3 L-1 44-36 34-40 Cincinnati 66 91 .420 26 21 3-7 L-3 36-40 30-51 WEST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Los Angeles 87 69 .558 „ „ 8-2 W-2 44-37 43-32 Colorado 85 70 .548 1 1 5-5 W-3 41-33 44-37 Arizona 79 77 .506 8 8 2-8 L-3 38-40 41-37 San Francisco 72 84 .462 15 15 4-6 L-4 41-34 31-50 San Diego 62 94 .397 25 25 4-6 L-2 29-49 33-45 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Y ANKEES 4, RAYS 1NEW YORK AB R H BI BB SO AVG. McCutchen lf 5 2 2 1 0 1 .251 J udge rf 3 1 1 1 2 1 .278 Hicks cf 2 0 0 0 0 0 .247 Gardner cf 2 1 1 1 0 0 .237 S tanton dh 4 0 1 1 0 0 .260 V oit 1b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .293 A ndujar 3b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .298 W alker 3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .219 T orres 2b 2 0 1 0 1 0 .276 S anchez c 4 0 0 0 0 2 .180 Hechavarria ss 4 0 0 0 0 2 .248 T OTALS 34 4 8 4 3 8 T AMPA BAY AB R H BI BB SO AVG. S mith cf 3 0 0 0 1 2 .297 Duffy 3b 2 0 0 0 2 0 .294 Choi dh 2 0 0 0 2 0 .265 Pham lf 4 1 1 0 0 1 .273 W endle ss 4 0 1 0 0 2 .301 Lowe 2b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .226 b-Gomez ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .212 Meadows rf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .289 c-Cron ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .257 Bauers 1b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .195 Ciuffo c 2 0 0 0 0 2 .188 a-Adames ph 0 0 0 0 1 0 .271 Moore c 0 0 0 0 0 0 .222 T OTALS 29 1 2 0 6 13 NEW YORK 001 020 100„4 8 1 T AMPA BAY 000 100 000„1 2 0 a-walked for Ciuffo in the 7th. b-struck out f or Lowe in the 9th. c-advanced to 1st on s trikeout for Meadows in the 9th. E „ Voit (2). LOB „ New York 7, Tampa Bay 7. 2B „ McCutchen (30), Judge (22), Stanton (32), Voit (3), Pham (17). HR „ McCutchen (20), off Wood. RBIs „ McCutchen (64), J udge (63), Stanton (94), Gardner (44). Runners left in scoring position „ New York 4 (Stanton, Sanchez 3); Tampa Bay 3 (Choi, W endle, Lowe). RISP „ New York 2 for 8; T ampa Bay 1 for 9. Runners moved up „ Duffy, Lowe. GIDP „ Lowe. DP „ New York 1 (Hechavarria, Voit). NEW YORK IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Holder 1 0 0 0 2 1 19 2.92 T arpley 1 0 0 0 0 1 10 4.50 Gray, W, 11-9 2 2 1 1 1 2 37 4.98 Green, H, 13 1 0 0 0 0 3 11 2.57 Robertson, H, 21 1 0 0 0 2 1 29 2.88 Chapman, H, 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 19 2.54 Betances, H, 20 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 2.60 Britton, S, 7-10 1 0 0 0 0 3 16 3.18 TAMPA BAY IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Castillo 2 2 0 0 0 3 36 3.13 Wood 1 1 1 1 1 0 25 3.72 Yarbrough, L, 15-6 5 5 3 3 2 3 89 3.93 Schultz 1 0 0 0 0 2 13 4.55 HBP „ Yarbrough (Torres). WP „ Castillo, Britton. PB „ Sanchez 2 (17), Ciuffo (2). Umpires „ Home, Jerry Layne; First, Jordan Baker; Second, Greg Gibson; Third, Vic Carapazza. T „ 3:01. A „ 13,832 (42,735).NATIONALS 7, MARLINS 3MIAMI AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Riddle ss 4 1 1 0 1 1 .232 Rojas 2b 4 0 1 1 1 0 .246 Realmuto c 5 1 0 0 0 2 .281 OBrien 1b 5 1 2 0 0 2 .277 Anderson 3b 3 0 1 1 0 0 .272 Brinson cf 4 0 0 1 0 1 .201 Dean lf 2 0 1 0 2 0 .223 Sierra rf 3 0 0 0 1 1 .194 Alcantara p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .000 b-Ortega ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .238 Guerra p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --d-Dietrich ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .264 Graves p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 TOTALS 34 3 6 3 5 9 WASHINGTON AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Eaton rf 3 2 1 0 2 2 .294 Taylor cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .223 Turner ss 5 1 2 0 0 1 .273 Harper cf-rf 4 1 1 1 0 1 .245 Rendon 3b 4 1 2 4 0 0 .308 Soto lf 4 1 2 1 0 1 .295 Zimmerman 1b 2 0 0 0 1 1 .265 Miller p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Grace p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 c-Robles ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .222 Holland p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Doolittle p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Wieters c 1 1 1 1 3 0 .229 Difo 2b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .231 Strasburg p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .103 a-Stevenson ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .257 Reynolds 1b 2 0 0 0 0 1 .249 TOTALS 31 7 9 7 6 7 MIAMI 100 010 100„3 6 0 WASHINGTON 200 410 00X„7 9 2 a-”ied out for Strasburg in the 4th. b-grounded out for Alcantara in the 5th. cgrounded out for Grace in the 7th. d-struck out for Guerra in the 8th. E „ Wieters (2), Miller (1). LOB „ Miami 10, Washington 8. 2B „ Rojas (12), OBrien (4), Turner (27), Harper (31), Rendon (42). HR „ Rendon (23), off Alcantara; Soto (21), off Alcantara; Wieters (8), off Guerra. RBIs „ Rojas (52), Anderson (61), Brinson (41), Harper (100), Rendon 4 (87), Soto (66), Wieters (29). SB „ Dean (1), Turner (43). SF „ Harper. S „ Strasburg. Runners left in scoring position „ Miami 6 (Rojas, Realmuto 2, Brinson, Ortega 2); Washington 5 (Turner, Harper, Zimmerman, Difo 2). RISP „ Miami 1 for 13; Washington 3 for 8. Runners moved up „ Anderson, Brinson. MIAMI IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Alcantara, L, 2-2 4 7 6 6 5 3 84 4.00 Guerra 3 1 1 1 1 2 39 5.55 Graves 1 1 0 0 0 2 17 4.45 WASHINGTON IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Strasburg 4 3 1 1 4 5 100 3.77 Miller, W, 7-1 1 2 1 0 1 2 24 3.68 Grace 2 1 1 1 0 0 27 2.91 Holland 1 0 0 0 0 1 12 4.76 Doolittle 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 1.62 HBP „ Strasburg (Anderson). WP „ Strasburg. Umpires „ Home, Bill Miller; First, Angel Hernandez; Second, Alan Porter; Third, Chad Whitson. T „ 3:09. A „ 22,428 (41,313).RED SOX 6, ORIOLES 2BALTIMORE AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Mullins cf 3 0 0 0 1 2 .262 Mancini 1b-lf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .242 Villar ss 3 0 0 0 1 2 .263 Jones lf-rf 3 0 0 1 0 0 .280 Stewart rf 2 0 0 0 0 2 .259 a-Rickard ph-rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .245 b-Co.Joseph ph-1b 1 0 1 0 0 0 .200 Beckham dh 4 1 1 0 0 2 .225 Nunez 3b 4 0 3 0 0 0 .257 Wilkerson 2b 3 0 0 0 0 2 .207 Ca.Joseph c 3 1 1 0 0 1 .217 TOTALS 31 2 7 1 2 13 BOSTON AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Betts rf 5 2 2 2 0 2 .343 Benintendi lf 4 0 2 1 1 1 .285 Martinez dh 2 0 0 0 2 2 .328 Bogaerts ss 4 0 2 1 0 0 .286 Devers 3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .237 Pearce 1b 3 1 1 0 1 0 .286 Holt 2b 3 1 1 1 1 0 .274 Vazquez c 4 1 1 1 0 0 .213 Bradley Jr. cf 4 1 1 0 0 1 .232 TOTALS 33 6 10 6 5 7 BALTIMORE 000 010 010„2 7 1 BOSTON 040 200 00X„6 10 0 a-popped out for Stewart in the 7th. bstruck out for Rickard in the 8th. E „ Ca.Joseph (7). LOB „ Baltimore 5, Boston 8. 2B „ Pearce (14), Holt (17). HR „ Betts (32), off Bundy. RBIs „ Jones (61), Betts 2 (80), Benintendi (84), Bogaerts (96), Holt (43), Vazquez (16). SB „ Betts (29), Benintendi (21). SF „ Jones. Runners left in scoring position „ Baltimore 1 (Mullins); Boston 4 (Bogaerts, Devers, Pearce, Vazquez). RISP „ Baltimore 0 for 4; Boston 4 for 10. GIDP „ Beckham, Devers. DP „ Baltimore 1 (Ca.Joseph, Nunez, Hart); Boston 1 (Holt, Pearce). BALTIMORE IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Bundy, L, 8-16 3 5 4 4 3 5 90 5.49 Hart 1 4 2 2 1 0 29 6.11 Gilmartin 4 1 0 0 1 2 54 2.88 BOSTON IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Eovaldi, W, 6-7 5 4 1 1 0 10 84 3.88 Rodriguez 2 1 0 0 0 2 24 3.73 Kelly .1 1 1 1 2 1 16 4.50 Brasier, H, 10 .2 0 0 0 0 0 7 1.71 Barnes 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 3.28 Inherited runners-scored „ Brasier 3-1. WP „ Eovaldi 2. Umpires „ Home, Tim Timmons; First, Ryan Blakney; Second, Mike Muchlinski; Third, Mike Winters. T „ 3:06. A „ 35,619 (37,731).BOX SCORES ROUNDUP/MATCHUPSNationals 7, Marlins 3: Anthony Rendon homered and drove four runs, Bryce Harper reached 100 RBIs in a season for the “rst time and the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins. Yankees 4, Rays 1: Aaron Hicks injured his left hamstring running up the “rst-base line in the Yankees win over the Tampa Bay Rays, another concern for New York heading into next weeks AL wild-card game. Red Sox 6, Orioles 2: The Boston Red Sox broke a 106 year-old franchise record with their 106th victory, clinching home-“eld advantage through the postseason by beating the Baltimore Orioles thanks to a pair of hits from major league batting leader Mookie Betts. LATE Houston at Toronto Cleveland at Chicago White Sox Texas at L.A. Angels Oakland at Seattle Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs Milwaukee at St. Louis Philadelphia at Colorado L.A. Dodgers at Arizona San Diego at San FranciscoTODAYS PITCHING COMPARISONNATIONAL LEAGUE 2018 TEAM LAST THREE STARTS TEAMS PITCHERS TIME W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA Miami Brigham (R) 0-3 5.84 0-3 0-3 12.1 5.84 Washington Scherzer (R) 7:05p 17-7 2.57 21-11 1-1 20.0 5.40 Atlanta Toussaint (R) 2-1 4.30 3-1 1-1 16.0 3.94 New York Syndergaard (R) 7:10p 12-4 3.36 15-8 2-1 17.2 3.57 Pittsburgh Archer (R) 5-8 4.49 13-13 1-1 18.0 4.00 Chicago Montgomery (L) 8:05p 5-5 3.75 9-8 1-1 14.0 3.21 Milwaukee Gonzalez (L) 9-11 4.28 14-16 2-0 16.1 1.65 St. Louis Gomber (L) 8:15p 6-1 3.63 8-2 1-1 14.0 7.07 Philadelphia Velasquez (R) 9-11 4.59 12-17 0-1 9.0 12.00 Colorado TBD 8:40p 0-0 0.00 0-0 0-0 0.0 0.00 Los Angeles Buehler (R) 7-5 2.74 13-8 1-1 20.0 1.80 Arizona Koch (R) 9:40p 5-5 4.26 7-5 1-1 16.2 6.48 San Diego Erlin (L) 4-7 4.33 4-7 1-2 13.1 7.43 San Fran. Stratton (R) 10:15p 10-10 4.88 13-12 1-2 17.0 4.76AMERICAN LEAGUE 2018 TEAM LAST THREE STARTS TEAMS PITCHERS TIME W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA Houston James (R) 1-0 2.81 2-0 1-0 10.1 2.61 Toronto Gaviglio (R) 7:07p 3-8 5.18 8-14 0-1 12.2 6.39 Baltimore TBD 0-0 0.00 0-0 0-0 0.0 0.00 Boston Price (L) 7:10p 15-7 3.53 21-8 1-1 18.2 2.89 New York Severino (R) 18-8 3.38 23-8 1-2 15.1 4.11 Tampa Bay TBD 7:10p 0-0 0.00 0-0 0-0 0.0 0.00 Cleveland Bauer (R) 12-6 2.21 16-10 2-0 13.2 0.66 Chicago Shields (R) 8:10p 7-16 4.48 12-20 1-1 16.1 5.51 Detroit Turnbull (R) 0-1 10.80 0-1 0-1 4.0 13.50 Minnesota Stewart (R) 8:10p 2-1 4.40 2-2 0-0 12.0 6.75 Texas Gallardo (R) 8-6 6.59 10-6 0-3 12.1 10.22 Los Angeles Shoemaker (R) 10:07p 2-2 5.48 3-2 1-2 12.1 8.03 Oakland Anderson (L) 4-5 3.96 8-7 1-2 12.2 6.39 Seattle Leake (R) 10:10p 10-10 4.10 19-11 2-1 19.1 2.79INTERLEAGUE 2018 TEAM LAST THREE STARTS TEAMS PITCHERS TIME W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA Kansas City Skoglund (L) 1-5 5.60 3-8 0-1 15.1 4.70 Cincinnati Harvey (R) 6:40p 7-9 4.92 13-14 1-1 17.1 4.67 KEY: TEAM REC-Teams Record in games started by todays pitcher. THIS DATE IN BASEBALLSEPT. 25 1955: Detroits Al Kaline, 20, at the age of 20, became the youngest player to win a batting title, “nishing his second season with a .340 average. Ty Cobb was one day older when he won the crown, batting .350 in 1907, also playing for Detroit. 1960: The New York Yankees clinched manager Casey Stengels 10th and last American League pennant with a 4-3 victory over Boston. 1965: Satchel Paige, 60, became the oldest player in the majors, taking the mound for Kansas City and pitching three scoreless innings over the Boston Red Sox. He gave up one hit, to Carl Yastrzemski. Also, Willie Mays, who hit 51 home runs in 1955, joined Ralph Kiner as only the National Leaguers to have more than one 50-home run season. The milestone homer, a fourthinning two-run blast off Bob Sadowski, helps the Giants to beat Milwaukee 7-5 at Candlestick Park. 1984: Rusty Staub of the Mets became the second player to hit homers as a teenager and past his 40th birthday. Staubs game-winning home run off Larry Anderson to give the Mets a 6-4 victory over Philadelphia at Shea Stadium. Ty Cobb was the other major leaguer to accomplish the feat. 1998: The New York Yankees set the AL record for wins with their 112th, beating Tampa Bay 6-1 to break the victory mark held by the 1954 Cleveland Indians. 2003: Carlos Delgado became the sixth player to homer in four straight at-bats in one game as Toronto beat Tampa Bay 10-8. He became the 98th player to reach 300 career homers with a three-run shot in the “rst inning. Todays birthdays: Kyle Ryan, 27; Bo Schultz, 33. S TATISTICAL LEADERS A MERICAN LEAGUE RUNS: Lindor, Cleveland, 124; Betts, Boston, 123; Martinez, Boston, 106; Ramirez, Cleveland, 104; Bregman, Houston, 103; Benintendi, Boston, 100; Springer, Houston, 98; Trout, Los Angeles, 98; Chapman, Oakland, 97; Stanton, New York, 95. RBI: Martinez, Boston, 124; KDavis, Oakland, 119; Ramirez, Cleveland, 103; Bregman, Houston, 100; Encarnacion, Cleveland, 100; Bogaerts, Boston, 95; Lowrie, Oakland, 94; Stanton, New York, 93; Cruz, Seattle, 92; 2 tied at 91. HITS: Merri“eld, Kansas City, 184; Martinez, Boston, 182; Castellanos, Detroit, 180; Lindor, Cleveland, 178; Betts, Boston, 174; Brantley, Cleveland, 171; Segura, Seattle, 171; Bregman, Houston, 166; Haniger, Seattle, 164; Altuve, Houston, 163. DOUBLES: Bregman, Houston, 50; Betts, Boston, 46; Castellanos, Detroit, 45; Andujar, New York, 43; Bogaerts, Boston, 43; Chapman, Oakland, 42; Lindor, Cleveland, 42; Merri“eld, Kansas City, 42; Piscotty, Oakland, 41; Benintendi, Boston, 39. T RIPLES: Kiermaier, Tampa Bay, 9; Smith, Tampa Bay, 9; Sanchez, Chicago, 9; Gordon, Seattle, 7; Hernandez, Toronto, 7; Span, Seattle, 7; 6 tied at 6. HOME RUNS: KDavis, Oakland, 45; Martinez, Boston, 41; Gallo, Texas, 39; Ramirez, Cleveland, 38; Trout, Los Angeles, 38; Cruz, Seattle, 36; Lindor, Cleveland, 36; Stanton, New York, 35; Betts, Boston, 31; Encarnacion, Cleveland, 31. S TOLEN BASES: Merri“eld, Kansas City, 38; Smith, Tampa Bay, 36; Ramirez, Cleveland, 33; Gordon, Seattle, 30; Betts, Boston, 28; Anderson, Chicago, 26; Mondesi, Kansas City, 26; Trout, Los Angeles, 24; Lindor, Cleveland, 23; RDavis, Cleveland, 21. PITCHING: Snell, Tampa Bay, 21-5; Kluber, Cleveland, 19-7; Severino, New York, 18-8; Porcello, Boston, 17-7; Carrasco, Cleveland, 16-9; Happ, New York, 16-6; Verlander, Houston, 16-9; 4 tied at 15. ERA: Snell, Tampa Bay, 1.90; Bauer, Cleveland, 2.21; Verlander, Houston, 2.60; Cole, Houston, 2.92; Kluber, Cleveland, 2.93; Clevinger, Cleveland, 3.07; Morton, Houston, 3.18; Fiers, Oakland, 3.31; Carrasco, Cleveland, 3.35; Severino, New York, 3.38. S TRIKEOUTS: Verlander, Houston, 280; Cole, Houston, 272; Sale, Boston, 229; Carrasco, Cleveland, 217; Bauer, Cleveland, 215; Severino, New York, 213; Snell, Tampa Bay, 211; Kluber, Cleveland, 205; Clevinger, Cleveland, 202; Morton, Houston, 197. NATIONAL LEAGUE RUNS: Blackmon, Colorado, 111; Yelich, Milwaukee, 108; Carpenter, St. Louis, 107; Albies, Atlanta, 103; Turner, Washington, 100; Arenado, Colorado, 98; Harper, Washington, 98; Baez, Chicago, 97; Freeman, Atlanta, 94; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 94. RBI: Baez, Chicago, 110; Aguilar, Milwaukee, 104; Arenado, Colorado, 103; Story, Colorado, 102; Suarez, Cincinnati, 101; Harper, Washington, 99; Rizzo, Chicago, 96; Yelich, Milwaukee, 96; Freeman, Atlanta, 95; 2 tied at 93. HITS: Freeman, Atlanta, 186; Markakis, Atlanta, 182; Gennett, Cincinnati, 180; Yelich, Milwaukee, 178; Peraza, Cincinnati, 177; Turner, Washington, 173; Blackmon, Colorado, 171; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 169; Baez, Chicago, 168; Story, Colorado, 164. DOUBLES: Markakis, Atlanta, 43; Rendon, Washington, 41; Carpenter, St. Louis, 40; Freeman, Atlanta, 40; Story, Colorado, 40; Albies, Atlanta, 39; Baez, Chicago, 38; Cabrera, Philadelphia, 36; 3 tied at 35. TRIPLES: KMarte, Arizona, 11; Baez, Chicago, 9; Desmond, Colorado, 8; Hamilton, Cincinnati, 8; Nimmo, New York, 8; Rosario, New York, 8; CTaylor, Los Angeles, 8; Bellinger, Los Angeles, 7; Dickerson, Pittsburgh, 7; Difo, Washington, 7. HOME RUNS: Carpenter, St. Louis, 36; Arenado, Colorado, 34; Baez, Chicago, 34; Harper, Washington, 34; Aguilar, Milwaukee, 33; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 33; Muncy, Los Angeles, 33; Story, Colorado, 33; 3 tied at 32. STOLEN BASES: Turner, Washington, 42; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 33; Hamilton, Cincinnati, 32; Cain, Milwaukee, 29; Inciarte, Atlanta, 28; Story, Colorado, 26; Jankowski, San Diego, 24; MTaylor, Washington, 24; Peraza, Cincinnati, 23; Rosario, New York, 22. PITCHING: Lester, Chicago, 17-6; Mikolas, St. Louis, 17-4; Scherzer, Washington, 17-7; Freeland, Colorado, 16-7; Nola, Philadelphia, 16-6; Chacin, Milwaukee, 14-8; Godley, Arizona, 14-11; Greinke, Arizona, 14-11; Williams, Pittsburgh, 14-9; 4 tied at 13. ERA: deGrom, New York, 1.77; Nola, Philadelphia, 2.46; Scherzer, Washington, 2.57; Freeland, Colorado, 2.84; Foltynewicz, Atlanta, 2.88; Mikolas, St. Louis, 2.94; Williams, Pittsburgh, 3.04; Greinke, Arizona, 3.21; Corbin, Arizona, 3.23; Taillon, Pittsburgh, 3.24. STRIKEOUTS: Scherzer, Washington, 290; deGrom, New York, 259; Corbin, Arizona, 242; Nola, Philadelphia, 216; Marquez, Colorado, 210; Foltynewicz, Atlanta, 193; Greinke, Arizona, 193; Pivetta, Philadelphia, 185; Godley, Arizona, 180; Wheeler, New York, 179.SUNDAYS GAMES American League Baltimore 6, N.Y. Yankees 3 Tampa Bay 5, Toronto 2 Kansas City 3, Detroit 2 Houston 6, L.A. Angels 2 Texas 6, Seattle 1 Minnesota 5, Oakland 1 Cleveland 4, Boston 3, 11 inn. National League Miami 6, Cincinnati 0 Atlanta 2, Philadelphia 1 N.Y. Mets 8, Washington 6 Milwaukee 13, Pittsburgh 6 St. Louis 9, San Francisco 2 Colorado 2, Arizona 0 L.A. Dodgers 14, San Diego 0 Interleague Chicago Cubs 6, Chicago White Sox 1 WEDNESDAYS GAMES American League Houston at Toronto, 4:07 p.m. Baltimore at Boston, 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m. Cleveland at Chi. White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Detroit at Minnesota, 8:10 p.m. Texas at L.A. Angels, 10:07 p.m. Oakland at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. National League Miami at Washington, 4:05 p.m. Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee at St. Louis, 7:10 p.m. Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 p.m. Philadelphia at Colorado, 8:40 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. San Diego at San Francisco, 10:15 p.m. Interleague Kansas City at Cincinnati, 6:40 p.m.MLB CALENDAROct. 2-3: Wild-card games. Oct. 4: Division Series start. Oct. 12: League Championship Series start. Oct. 23: World Series starts. 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. 14-15: Owners meetings, Atlanta. TOP TEN A MERICAN LEAGUE Player G AB R H Pct. Betts Bos 132 508 123 174 .343 JMartinez Bos 145 553 106 182 .329 Altuve Hou 132 515 83 163 .317 Trout LAA 134 456 98 144 .316 Brantley Cle 138 554 86 171 .309 Merri“eld KC 152 606 86 184 .304 Segura Sea 138 564 87 171 .303 Castellanos Det 151 597 83 180 .302 Wendle TB 133 465 58 140 .301 MSmith TB 134 452 60 135 .299 NATIONAL LEAGUE Player G AB R H Pct. Yelich Mil 140 553 108 178 .322 Gennett Cin 151 571 85 180 .315 Zobrist ChC 132 427 64 134 .314 FFreeman Atl 156 599 94 186 .311 Cain Mil 134 509 84 157 .308 Rendon Was 130 506 84 155 .306 Martinez StL 146 510 61 155 .304 Markakis Atl 156 604 77 182 .301 Dickerson Pit 130 484 63 144 .298 DPeralta Ari 141 542 74 161 .297 Through Sept. 23

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The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 SCOREBOARD PRO BASEBALLAMERICAN LEAGUEAll times EasternEAST DIVISION W L PCT. GB x-Boston 105 51 .673 „ y-New York 96 60 .615 9 Tampa Bay 87 69 .558 18 Toronto 71 85 .455 34 Baltimore 45 110 .290 59 CENTRAL DIVISION W L PCT. GB x-Cleveland 87 68 .561 „ Minnesota 72 83 .465 15 Detroit 63 93 .404 24 Chicago 61 94 .394 26 Kansas City 54 102 .346 33 WEST DIVISION W L PCT. GB z-Houston 98 57 .632 „ Oakland 94 62 .603 4 Seattle 85 70 .548 13 Los Angeles 75 81 .481 23 Texas 66 89 .426 32 x-clinched division; z-clinched playoff berth; y-clinched wild card AL WILD CARD STANDINGS W L PCT GB y-New York 96 60 .615 „ Oakland 94 62 .603 „Sundays GamesBaltimore 6, N.Y. Yankees 3 Tampa Bay 5, Toronto 2 Kansas City 3, Detroit 2 Chicago Cubs 6, Chicago White Sox 1 Houston 6, L.A. Angels 2 Texas 6, Seattle 1 Cleveland 4, Boston 3, 11 innings Mondays GamesN.Y. Yankees 4, Tampa Bay 1 Houston at Toronto, late Baltimore at Boston, late Cleveland at Chicago White Sox, late Texas at L.A. Angels, late Oakland at Seattle, lateTodays GamesKansas City (Skoglund 1-5) at Cincinnati (Harvey 7-9), 6:40 p.m. Houston (James 1-0) at Toronto (Gaviglio 3-8), 7:07 p.m. Baltimore (TBD) at Boston (Price 15-7), 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (TBD) at Tampa Bay (TBD), 7:10 p.m. Cleveland (Bauer 12-6) at Chicago White Sox (Shields 7-16), 8:10 p.m. Detroit (Turnbull 0-1) at Minnesota (Stewart 2-1), 8:10 p.m. Texas (Gallardo 8-6) at L.A. Angels (Shoemaker 2-2), 10:07 p.m. Oakland (Anderson 4-5) at Seattle (Leake 10-10), 10:10 p.m.Wednesdays GamesHouston at Toronto, 4:07 p.m. Kansas City at Cincinnati, 6:40 p.m. Baltimore at Boston, 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m. Cleveland at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Detroit at Minnesota, 8:10 p.m. Texas at L.A. Angels, 10:07 p.m. Oakland at Seattle, 10:10 p.m.NATIONAL LEAGUEAll times Eastern EAST DIVISION W L PCT. GB x-Atlanta 88 68 .564 „ Philadelphia 78 77 .503 9 Washington 78 78 .500 10 New York 73 83 .468 15 Miami 62 93 .400 25 CENTRAL DIVISION W L PCT. GB Chicago 91 64 .587 „ Milwaukee 89 67 .571 2 St. Louis 87 69 .558 4 Pittsburgh 78 76 .506 12 Cincinnati 66 91 .420 26 WEST DIVISION W L PCT. GB Los Angeles 87 69 .558 „ Colorado 85 70 .548 1 Arizona 79 77 .506 8 San Francisco 72 84 .462 15 San Diego 62 94 .397 25 NL WILD CARD STANDINGS W L PCT GB Milwaukee 89 67 .571 „ St. Louis 87 69 .558 „ Colorado 85 70 .548 1Sundays GamesMiami 6, Cincinnati 0 Atlanta 2, Philadelphia 1 Milwaukee 13, Pittsburgh 6 Chicago Cubs 6, Chicago White Sox 1 St. Louis 9, San Francisco 2 N.Y. Mets 8, Washington 6 Colorado 2, Arizona 0 L.A. Dodgers 14, San Diego 0Mondays GamesMiami at Washington, late Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs, late Milwaukee at St. Louis, late Philadelphia at Colorado, late L.A. Dodgers at Arizona, late San Diego at San Francisco, lateTodays GamesKansas City (Skoglund 1-5) at Cincinnati (Harvey 7-9), 6:40 p.m. Miami (Brigham 0-3) at Washington (Scherzer 17-7), 7:05 p.m. Atlanta (Toussaint 2-1) at N.Y. Mets (Syndergaard 12-4), 7:10 p.m. Pittsburgh (Archer 5-8) at Chicago Cubs (Montgomery 5-5), 8:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Gonzalez 9-11) at St. Louis (Gomber 6-1), 8:15 p.m. Philadelphia (Velasquez 9-11) at Colorado (Gray 11-8), 8:40 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Buehler 7-5) at Arizona (Koch 5-5), 9:40 p.m. San Diego (Erlin 4-7) at San Francisco (Stratton 10-10), 10:15 p.m.Wednesdays GamesMiami at Washington, 4:05 p.m. Kansas City at Cincinnati, 6:40 p.m. Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee at St. Louis, 7:10 p.m. Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 p.m. Philadelphia at Colorado, 8:40 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. San Diego at San Francisco, 10:15 p.m.PRO FOOTBALLNFL All times Eastern AMERICAN CONFERENCE EAST W L T PCT. PF PA Miami 3 0 0 1.000 75 52 New England 1 2 0 .333 57 77 Buffalo 1 2 0 .333 50 84 N.Y. Jets 1 2 0 .333 77 58 SOUTH W L T PCT. PF PA Tennessee 2 1 0 .667 49 50 Jacksonville 2 1 0 .667 57 44 Indianapolis 1 2 0 .333 60 63 Houston 0 3 0 .000 59 74 NORTH W L T PCT. PF PA Cincinnati 2 1 0 .667 89 77 Baltimore 2 1 0 .667 97 51 Cleveland 1 1 1 .500 60 59 Pittsburgh 0 1 1 .250 58 63 WEST W L T PCT. PF PA Kansas City 3 0 0 1.000 118 92 Denver 2 1 0 .667 61 70 L.A. Chargers 1 2 0 .333 82 93 Oakland 0 3 0 .000 52 81 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EAST W L T PCT. PF PA Washington 2 1 0 .667 64 44 Philadelphia 2 1 0 .667 59 55 Dallas 1 2 0 .333 41 53 N.Y. Giants 1 2 0 .333 55 62 S OUTH W L T PCT. PF PA Tampa Bay 2 0 0 1.000 75 61 New Orleans 2 1 0 .667 104 103 Carolina 2 1 0 .667 71 60 Atlanta 1 2 0 .333 80 85 NORTH W L T PCT. PF PA Chicago 2 1 0 .667 63 55 Green Bay 1 1 1 .500 70 83 Minnesota 1 1 1 .500 59 72 Detroit 1 2 0 .333 70 88 WEST W L T PCT. PF PA L.A. Rams 3 0 0 1.000 102 36 Seattle 1 2 0 .333 65 64 San Francisco 1 2 0 .333 73 89 Arizona 0 3 0 .000 20 74WEEK 3 Sept. 20Cleveland 21, N.Y. Jets 17Sundays GamesTennessee 9, Jacksonville 6 N.Y. Giants 27, Houston 22 Miami 28, Oakland 20 Buffalo 27, Minnesota 6 Carolina 31, Cincinnati 21 Philadelphia 20, Indianapolis 16 Baltimore 27, Denver 14 Washington 31, Green Bay 17 Kansas City 38, San Francisco 27 New Orleans 43, Atlanta 37, OT L.A. Rams 35, L.A. Chargers 23 Seattle 24, Dallas 13 Chicago 16, Arizona 14 Detroit 26, New England 10Mondays GamePittsburgh at Tampa Bay, lateWEEK 4 Thursdays GameMinnesota at L.A. Rams, 8:20 p.m.Sunday, Sept. 30Cincinnati at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at Chicago, 1 p.m. Houston at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. N.Y. Jets at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. Miami at New England, 1 p.m. Detroit at Dallas, 1 p.m. Buffalo at Green Bay, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Tennessee, 1 p.m. Seattle at Arizona, 4:05 p.m. Cleveland at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. New Orleans at N.Y. Giants, 4:25 p.m. San Francisco at L.A. Chargers, 4:25 p.m. Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 8:20 p.m.Monday, Oct. 1Kansas City at Denver, 8:15 p.m. Open: Washington, CarolinaLATE SUNDAY LIONS 26, PATRIOTS 10NEW ENGLAND 0 3 7 0 „10 DETROIT 3 10 7 6 „26 First Quarter Det„FG Prater 38, 5:55. Second Quarter Det„Golladay 4 pass from Stafford (Prater kick), 14:12. Det„FG Prater 25, 4:58. NE„FG Gost kowski 36, :40. Third Quarter NE„White 10 pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick), 10:03. Det„M.Jones 33 pass from Stafford (Prater kick), 3:45. Fourth Quarter Det„FG Prater 32, 12:44. Det„FG Prater 30, 1:56. A„61,769. NE DET First downs 12 25 Total Net Yards 209 414 Rushes-yards 19-89 33-159 Passing 120 255 Punt Returns 0-0 3-28 Kickoff Returns 5-131 0-0 Interceptions Ret. 1-0 1-19 Comp-Att-Int 14-26-1 27-36-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-13 1-7 Punts 5-43.4 2-45.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 5-38 6-70 Time of Possession 20:45 39:15 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING„New England, Michel 14-50, White 4-37, Brady 1-2. Detroit, Johnson 16101, Blount 16-48, Stafford 1-10. PASSING„New England, Brady 14-26-1-133. Detroit, Stafford 27-36-1-262. RECEIVING„New England, Gronkowski 4-51, Hogan 3-31, White 3-14, Burkhead 2-26, Patterson 1-12, Michel 1-(minus 1). Detroit, Tate 6-69, Golladay 6-53, M.Jones 4-69, Riddick 3-36, Blount 2-17, Willson 2-10, Johnson 2-9, T.Jones 1-4, Bellore 1-(minus 5). MISSED FIELD GOALS„None.COLLEGE FOOTBALLTHE AP TOP 25 POLLThe Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with “rst-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 22, total points based on 25 points for a “rst-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: RECORD PTS PVS 1. Alabama (60) 4-0 1,523 1 2. Georgia 4-0 1,422 2 3. Clemson (1) 4-0 1,409 3 4. Ohio State 4-0 1,363 4 5. LSU 4-0 1,238 6 6. Oklahoma 4-0 1,201 5 7. Stanford 4-0 1,143 7 8. Notre Dame 4-0 1,067 8 9. Penn State 4-0 1,001 10 10. Auburn 3-1 987 9 11. Washington 3-1 946 10 12. West Virginia 3-0 923 12 13. UCF 3-0 727 16 14. Michigan 3-1 698 19 15. Wisconsin 3-1 662 18 16. Miami 3-1 571 21 17. Kentucky 4-0 541 „ 18. Texas 3-1 308 „ 19. Oregon 3-1 297 20 20. BYU 3-1 270 25 21. Michigan State 2-1 256 24 22. Duke 4-0 244 „ 23. Mississippi State 3-1 241 14 24. California 3-0 118 „ 25. Texas Tech 3-1 106 „ Others receiving votes: Colorado 83, Boise State 58, Virginia Tech 55, South Florida 50, Oklahoma State 44, Texas A&M 41, Iowa 31, South Carolina 31, Florida 29, NC State 28, Syracuse 25, TCU 24, North Texas 10, Cincinnati 10, Utah 9, Mississippi 7, Missouri 7, Buffalo 6, Maryland 6, San Diego State 5, Arizona State 4.AMWAY COACHES TOP 25 POLLThe Amway Top 25 football poll, with “rstplace votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 22, total points based on 25 points for “rst place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking: RECORD PTS PVS 1. Alabama (61) 4-0 1,597 1 2. Clemson (2) 4-0 1,497 2 3. Georgia 4-0 1,473 3 4. Ohio State (1) 4-0 1,431 4 5. Oklahoma 4-0 1,300 5 6. LSU 4-0 1,234 6 7. Stanford 4-0 1,206 7 8. Notre Dame 4-0 1,135 8 9. Penn State 4-0 1,108 9 10. Auburn 3-1 997 11 11. Washington 3-1 959 12 12. West Virginia 3-0 946 13 13. Wisconsin 3-1 776 16 14. Central Florida 3-0 705 18 15. Michigan 3-1 603 21 16. Miami (Fla.) 3-1 554 20 17. Kentucky 4-0 531 „ 18. Michigan State 2-1 376 23 19. Mississippi State 3-1 311 14 20. Oregon 3-1 281 19 21. Oklahoma State 3-1 199 15 22. Texas 3-1 171 „ 23. Duke 4-0 170 „ 24. Virginia Tech 2-1 160 10 25. Boise State 2-1 145 24 Others receiving votes: Brigham Young 141; South Florida 113; Syracuse 83; Colorado 73; TCU 67; North Carolina State 61; Texas Tech 56; South Carolina 52; California 38; Washington State 34; Florida 29; Texas A&M 29; Appalachian State 25; Iowa 23; Cincinnati 22; North Texas 17; Missouri 14; Maryland 9; Arizona State 8; Boston College 8; Southern California 8; San Diego State 6; Troy 5; Army 4; Arkansas State 3; Virginia 3; Buffalo 2; Utah 2.THE AP TOP 25 SCHEDULEAll Times EDT ThursdayNo. 16 Miami vs. North Carolina, 8 p.m.SaturdayNo. 1 Alabama vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, Noon No. 2 Georgia vs. Tennessee, 3:30 p.m. No. 3 Clemson vs. Syracuse, Noon No. 4 Ohio State at No. 9 Penn State, 7:30 p.m. No. 5 LSU vs. Mississippi, 9:15 p.m. No. 6 Oklahoma vs. Baylor, 3:30 p.m. No. 7 Stanford at No. 8 Notre Dame, 7:30 p.m. No. 10 Auburn vs. Southern Miss., 4 p.m. No. 11 Washington vs. No. 20 BYU, 8:30 p.m. No. 12 West Virginia at No. 25 Texas Tech, Noon No. 13 UCF vs. Pittsburgh, 3:30 p.m. No. 14 Michigan at Northwestern, 4:30 p.m. No. 17 Kentucky vs. South Carolina, 7:30 p.m. No. 18 Texas at Kansas State, 3:30 p.m. No. 19 Oregon at No. 24 California, 10:30 p.m. No. 21 Michigan State vs. Central Michigan, Noon No. 22 Duke vs. Virginia Tech, 7 p.m. No. 23 Mississippi State vs. Florida, 6 p.m. SCHEDULEWEEK 6All Times EDT (Subject to change)Thursdays Games SOUTHSC State (0-3) at NC A&T (3-1), 7 p.m. Lindsey Wilson (3-0) at Presbyterian (1-1), 7 p.m. North Carolina (1-2) at Miami (3-1), 8 p.m.MIDWESTN. Iowa (1-2) at Indiana State (2-1), 7 p.m.Fridays Games EASTPrinceton (2-0) at Columbia (2-0), 6 p.m. Rhode Island (2-1) at Harvard (2-0), 7 p.m.SOUTHMemphis (3-1) at Tulane (1-3), 8 p.m.FAR WESTUCLA (0-3) at Colorado (3-0), 9 p.m.Saturdays Games EASTTemple (1-2) at Boston College (3-1), Noon Army (2-2) at Buffalo (4-0), Noon Indiana (3-1) at Rutgers (1-3), Noon Georgetown (1-3) at Brown (0-2), 1 p.m. Bucknell (0-4) at Holy Cross (1-3), 1 p.m. Dayton (2-2) at Marist (0-3), 1 p.m. Wagner (1-3) at Monmouth (NJ) (2-2), 1 p.m. Maine (2-1) at Yale (1-1), 1 p.m. Sacred Heart (3-0) at Cornell (0-2), 1:30 p.m. Penn (2-0) at Dartmouth (2-0), 1:30 p.m. Cincinnati (4-0) at UConn (1-3), 3:30 p.m. WV Wesleyan (0-4) at St. Francis (Pa.) (1-3), 4 p.m. The Citadel (1-2) at Towson (2-1), 4 p.m. CCSU (2-2) at Lafayette (0-4), 6 p.m. Villanova (3-1) at Stony Brook (3-1), 6 p.m. Ohio State (4-0) at Penn State (4-0), 7:30 p.m.SOUTHLouisiana-Lafayette (1-3) at Alabama (4-0), Noon Syracuse (4-0) at Clemson (4-0), Noon Bowling Green (1-3) at Georgia Tech (1-3), Noon Virginia (3-1) at NC State (3-0), 12:20 p.m. Drake (1-1) at Jacksonville (1-1), 1 p.m. New Hampshire (0-3) at Elon (2-1), 1:30 p.m. Mercer (2-2) at VMI (0-4), 1:30 p.m. W. Carolina (2-0) at Furman (0-3), 2 p.m. Louisiana-Monroe (2-2) at Georgia State (1-3), 2 p.m. Charleston Southern (0-2) at Hampton (1-2), 2 p.m. James Madison (3-1) at Richmond (2-2), 3 p.m. South Alabama (1-3) at Appalachian State (2-1), 3:30 p.m. Old Dominion (1-3) at East Carolina (1-2), 3:30 p.m. Tennessee (2-2) at Georgia (4-0), 3:30 p.m. Florida State (2-2) at Louisville (2-2), 3:30 p.m. Lamar (1-3) at Nicholls (2-2), 3:30 p.m. Coastal Carolina (3-1) at Troy (3-1), 3:30 p.m. Pittsburgh (2-2) at UCF (3-0), 3:30 p.m. Rice (1-3) at Wake Forest (2-2), 3:30 p.m. Southern Miss. (2-1) at Auburn (3-1), 4 p.m. Austin Peay (2-2) at Jacksonville State (2-1), 4 p.m. Florida A&M (2-2) at NC Central (1-2), 4 p.m. Delaware State (0-3) at Norfolk State (2-1), 4 p.m. Tennessee State (2-0) at Vanderbilt (2-2), 4 p.m. Alabama A&M (1-3) at Jackson State (1-1), 5 p.m. North Alabama (3-1) at Campbell (3-1), 6 p.m. Wofford (2-1) at Gardner-Webb (1-2), 6 p.m. Arkansas State (3-1) at Georgia Southern (2-1), 6 p.m. Samford (1-3) at Kennesaw State (3-1), 6 p.m. Florida (3-1) at Mississippi State (3-1), 6 p.m. Bethune-Cookman (1-3) at Savannah State (0-3), 6 p.m. Charlotte (2-2) at UAB (2-1), 6 p.m. Colgate (3-0) at William & Mary (1-2), 6 p.m. Virginia Tech (2-1) at Duke (4-0), 7 p.m. Stephen F. Austin (1-2) at McNeese State (3-1), 7 p.m. FAU (2-2) at Middle Tennessee (1-2), 7 p.m. UT Martin (1-3) at Murray State (0-3), 7 p.m. Alcorn State (3-1) at Southern U. (2-2), 7 p.m. E. Illinois (0-4) at Tennessee Tech (0-4), 7 p.m. Chattanooga (4-0) at ETSU (3-1), 7:30 p.m. Ark.-Pine Bluff (1-3) at FIU (2-2), 7:30 p.m. South Carolina (2-1) at Kentucky (4-0), 7:30 p.m. Marshall (2-1) at W. Kentucky (1-3), 7:30 p.m. Northwestern State (2-1) at SE Louisiana (1-3), 8 p.m. Mississippi (3-1) at LSU (4-0), 9:15 p.m.MIDWESTOklahoma State (3-1) at Kansas (2-2), Noon Cent. Michigan (1-3) at Michigan State (2-1), Noon Morehead State (1-2) at Butler (2-1), 1 p.m. UMass (2-3) at Ohio (1-2), 2 p.m. Davidson (3-1) at Valparaiso (0-3), 2 p.m. Kent State (1-3) at Ball State (1-3), 3 p.m. Illinois State (3-0) at Missouri State (2-1), 3 p.m. Texas (3-1) at Kansas State (2-2), 3:30 p.m. W. Michigan (2-2) at Miami (Ohio) (1-3), 3:30 p.m. S. Dakota State (2-0) at N. Dakota State (3-0), 3:30 p.m. Purdue (1-3) at Nebraska (0-3), 3:30 p.m. Youngstown State (1-2) at W. Illinois (1-2), 4 p.m. Michigan (3-1) at Northwestern (1-2), 4:30 p.m. N. Illinois (1-3) at E. Michigan (2-2), 6 p.m. South Dakota (1-2) at S. Illinois (1-2), 7 p.m. Stanford (4-0) at Notre Dame (4-0), 7:30 p.m.SOUTHWESTTexas A&M (2-2) vs. Arkansas (1-3) at Arlington, Texas, Noon West Virginia (3-0) at Texas Tech (3-1), Noon Baylor (3-1) at Oklahoma (4-0), 3:30 p.m. Cent. Arkansas (2-1) at Sam Houston State (1-2), 4 p.m. Prairie View (2-3) vs. Grambling State (1-2) at Dallas, 5 p.m. Incarnate Word (1-2) at Abilene Christian (2-2), 7 p.m. Houston Baptist (1-2) at SMU (1-3), 7 p.m. Iowa State (1-2) at TCU (2-2), 7 p.m. UTEP (0-4) at UTSA (1-3), 7 p.m. Louisiana Tech (2-1) at North Texas (4-0), 7:30 p.m.FAR WESTNorth Dakota (2-2) at N. Colorado (0-4), 2:05 p.m. E. Washington (3-1) at Montana State (3-1), 3 p.m. Nevada (2-2) at Air Force (1-2), 4 p.m. N. Arizona (2-2) at Idaho State (2-1), 4:30 p.m. Portland State (1-3) at Idaho (1-2), 5 p.m. Stetson (3-0) at San Diego (1-2), 5 p.m. Liberty (1-2) at New Mexico (2-1), 6 p.m. Utah (2-1) at Washington State (3-1), 6 p.m. Hawaii (4-1) at San Jose State (0-3), 7 p.m. Boise State (2-1) at Wyoming (2-2), 7 p.m. Montana (3-1) at Cal Poly (1-3), 7:05 p.m. BYU (3-1) at Washington (3-1), 8:30 p.m. Oregon State (1-3) at Arizona State (2-2), 10 p.m. Southern Cal (2-2) at Arizona (2-2), 10:30 p.m. Oregon (3-1) at California (3-0), 10:30 p.m. Toledo (2-1) at Fresno State (2-1), 10:30 p.m.ODDSPREGAME.COM LINEMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Today National LeagueFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE At Washington -320 Miami +290 At New York -145 Atlanta +135 At Chicago -140 Pittsburgh +130 At St. Louis -115 Milwaukee +105 At Colorado Off Philadelphia Off Los Angeles -193 At Arizona +178 At San Francisco -120 San Diego +110American LeagueHouston -169 At Toronto +159 At Boston Off Baltimore Off At Tampa Bay Off New York Off At Minnesota -154 Detroit +144 At Chicago Off Cleveland Off At Los Angeles -158 Texas +148 Oakland -110 At Seattle +100InterleagueAt Cincinnati -157 Kansas City +147COLLEGE FOOTBALL ThursdayFAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG At Miami 21 18 56 N. CarolinaFridayMemphis 11 14 66 At Tulane At Colorado 10 10 62 UCLASaturdayAt Buffalo 5 8 51 Army Cincinnati 17 17 60 At UConn At Mich. State 25 28 44 Cent. Mich. At E. Michigan 2 4 46 N. Illinois At Ball State 8 8 61 Kent State At Wake Forest 24 25 67 Rice At East Carolina 5 5 62 Old Dominion At Georgia Tech 24 28 66 Bwlng Grn At Boston Coll. 16 14 53 Temple At Clemson 18 22 63 Syracuse At App. State 21 24 Off S. Alabama At Duke 1 5 49 Virginia Tech La.-Monroe 6 7 63 At Ga. State At Ohio 14 13 70 UMass At UCF 15 15 66 Pittsburgh At Kentucky Pk 1 51 S. Carolina At NC State 10 7 54 Virginia Indiana 13 17 52 At Rutgers At Air Force 10 6 66 Nevada Utah +1 1 53 At Wash. State At Arizona State 20 21 64 Oreg. State At Washington 18 17 44 BYU At Fresno State 11 8 63 Toledo At Miami (Ohio) 3 2 54 W. Michigan Florida State 4 6 47 At Louisville Ohio State 4 4 72 At Penn State Arkansas State 3 3 56 At Ga. Sthrn At Georgia 33 31 55 Tennessee At New Mexico 8 6 65 Liberty At Auburn 31 27 53 Sthrn Miss At TCU 13 10 49 Iowa State At Alabama 53 48 65 La.-Lafayette At Oklahoma 27 24 67 Baylor At UTSA 11 10 49 UTEP Purdue 3 3 58 At Nebraska Texas 9 8 48 At Kan. State West Virginia 5 3 77 At Texas Tech At North Texas 7 7 64 La. Tech At UAB 15 17 57 Charlotte Okla. State 16 18 62 At Kansas Marshall 9 6 49 At W. Ky At Miss. State 8 7 53 Florida At LSU 13 12 59 Mississippi At Troy 19 14 58 Cstl Carolina FAU 3 4 67 At Mid. Tenn. Southern Cal 4 3 62 At Arizona Boise State 16 17 Off At Wyoming Hawaii 13 13 67 At SJSU At Notre Dame 2 4 51 Stanford Michigan 9 14 49 At Nwestern At Texas A&M 19 20 60 Arkansas Oregon 5 3 61 At CaliforniaNFL ThursdayFAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG At LA Rams 7 6 49 MinnesotaSundayAt New England 9 7 48 Miami At Indianapolis Pk 2 47 Houston At Atlanta 5 5 51 Cincinnati At Green Bay 12 10 45 Buffalo At Dallas 4 3 43 Detroit At Jacksonville 8 7 38 NY Jets At Chicago 3 2 Off Tampa Bay Philadelphia 2 3 41 At Tennessee Seattle 3 3 38 At Arizona At Oakland 2 2 45 Cleveland At LA Chargers 10 10 47 San Francisco New Orleans 2 3 50 At NY Giants At Pittsburgh 3 3 Off BaltimoreMondayKansas City 3 4 55 at Denver Updated odds available at Pregame.comTRANSACTIONSBASEBALLAmerican LeagueHOUSTON ASTROS „ Reinstated RHP Lance McCullers Jr. from the 10-day DL. Recalled LHP Reymin Guduan from Oklahoma City (PCL). SEATTLE MARINERS „ Announced a player development contract with West Virginia (SAL) through the 2020 season.National LeagueLOS ANGELES DODGERS „ Reinstated RHP JT Chargois from the 10-day DL.American AssociationFARGO-MOORHEAD REDHAWKS „ Signed INF Chris Jacobs. SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS „ Sold the contract of RHP Parker Markel to the Seattle Mariners. WINNIPEG GOLDEYES „ Released OFs Blake Adams and Josh McAdams, RHPs Edwin Carl and Tyler Herron, LHP Zack Dodson and C Gavin Stupienski.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationCHICAGO BULLS „ Signed Fs Kaiser Gates and JaKarr Sampson. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS „ Signed G Tyler Ulis. Promoted Bruce Fraser to assistant coach, Chris DeMafrco to assistant coach/ director of player development, Nick URen and Jonnie West directors of basketball operations, James Laughlin director of video operations, Khalid Robinson special assistant to the coach, David Fatoki and Chloe Walkup assistant managers of basketball operations, Jacob Rubin basketball operations assistant and Kyle Barbour assistant performance coach. Named Mike Dunleavy Jr. pro scout, Nick Kerr assistant video coordinator, Carl Bergstrom performance coach, Gerry Ramogida performance therapist and Brett Ballesteros assistant trainer and assistant performance coach.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueARIZONA CARDINALS „ Claimed DE Ifeadi Odenigbo off waivers from Cleveland. Released DE Jacquies Smith. CLEVELAND BROWNS „ Signed TE Pharaoh Brown to the practice squad. Released TE Pharaoh McKever from the practice squad. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS „ Claimed CB Arthur Maulet off waivers from New Orleans. Released RB Christine Michael. Signed OT Rees Odhiambo and CB Lenzy Pipkins to the practice squad. Released OT Will Holden and CB Tarvarus McFadden from the practice squad. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS „ Promoted RB Justin Jackson from the practice squad. Waived RB Detrez Newsome.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueNHL „ F Brian Gionta announced his retirement and agreed to be player-development assistant with the Buffalo Sabres. ANAHEIM DUCKS „ Assigned LWs Giovanni Fiore and Jack Kopacka, C Mitch Hults, G Angus Redmond, RW Deven Sideroff and D Keaton Thompson to San Diego (AHL) and G Roman Durny to Des Moines (USHL). ARIZONA COYOTES „ Assigned LW Michael Bunting and D Cam Dineen, Dysin Mayo and Dakota Mermis to Tucson (AHL). DETROIT RED WINGS „ Assigned C Joe Veleno to Drummondville (QMJHL). LOS ANGELES KINGS „ Assigned G Peter Budaj to Ontario (AHL). Loaned D Jacob Moverare to Frolunda (SHL-Sweden). NEW JERSEY DEVILS „ Assigned D John Ramage and Brian Strait and Fs Blake Pietila, Kurtis Gabriel and Eric Tangradi to Binghamton (AHL). NEW YORK ISLANDERS „ Assigned D Sebastian Aho and Parker Wotherspoon, Fs Kieffer Bellows and Travis St. Denis, LW Michael Dal Colle, C Ben Holmstrom, RW Josh Ho-Sang and G Jeremy Smith to Bridgeport (AHL) and D Noah Dobson to Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL). ST. LOUIS BLUES „ Assigned D Mitch Reinke and Fs Klim Kostin, Adam Musil, Chris Butler, Mackenzie MacEachern, Jordan Nolan, and Nolan Stevens to San Antonio (AHL). WASHINGTON CAPITALS „ Signed D Alexander Alexeyev to a three-year entry-level contract.OLYMPIC SPORTSDivingUSA DIVING „ Announced the resignation of chief executive of“cer Lee Walsi Johnson, effective Oct. 5.COLLEGESHOFSTRA „ Named Skylar Collins director of womens basketball operations. Promoted Darius Faulk to womens assistant basketball coach. PENNSYLVANIA „ Promoted Nat Graham to mens associate head basketball coach. WINTHROP „ Named Austin Hill volunteer assistant baseball pitching coach.PRO HOCKEYNHL PRESEASONAll times Eastern (ss-split squad) EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Boston 6 5 0 1 11 21 14 Detroit 4 4 0 0 8 14 9 Toronto 5 4 1 0 8 17 12 Montreal 5 4 1 0 8 18 11 Florida 4 2 2 0 4 12 15 Tampa Bay 4 2 2 0 4 12 13 Buffalo 4 2 2 0 4 12 11 Ottawa 4 0 4 0 0 6 16 METROPOLITAN DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA N.Y. Islanders 6 4 2 0 8 15 12 Philadelphia 6 3 2 1 7 19 16 Carolina 3 3 0 0 6 15 3 N.Y. Rangers 4 2 2 0 4 14 17 Pittsburgh 4 1 2 1 3 13 12 Columbus 5 1 4 0 2 9 20 New Jersey 4 0 3 1 1 7 13 Washington 4 0 3 1 1 6 17 WESTERN CONFERENCE CENTRAL DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA St. Louis 4 3 1 0 6 14 8 Winnipeg 4 3 1 0 6 14 14 Dallas 3 2 0 1 5 11 8 Nashville 4 2 2 0 4 13 13 Chicago 3 1 2 0 2 8 10 Minnesota 4 1 3 0 2 11 8 Colorado 2 0 2 0 0 1 12 PACIFIC DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Vegas 4 4 0 0 8 24 9 Arizona 4 3 1 0 6 16 13 Edmonton 4 3 1 0 6 21 14 Calgary 6 2 2 2 6 20 21 San Jose 3 2 0 1 5 15 9 Vancouver 4 1 3 0 2 9 16 Los Angeles 4 0 3 1 1 10 19 Anaheim 3 0 3 0 0 5 17 2 points for win, 1 point for overtime loss. Top 3 teams in each division and two wild cards per conference advance to playoffs.Sundays GamesDetroit 3, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis 5, Columbus 1 Winnipeg 5, Edmonton 3Mondays GamesBoston 4, Philadelphia 3 N.Y. Rangers 4, New Jersey 3, OT Montreal 5, Toronto 1 Minnesota at Dallas, late Winnipeg at Calgary, late Vancouver vs. Los Angeles at Salt Lake City, Utah, late Colorado at Vegas, late Arizona at Anaheim, lateTodays GamesColumbus vs. Buffalo at Clinton Arena, 7 p.m. Florida at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m. Washington at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Carolina at Nashville, 8 p.m. Detroit at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Vancouver at Edmonton, 9 p.m. San Jose at Calgary, 9 p.m.TENNISATP WORLD TOUR CHENGDU OPENMonday at Sichuan International Tennis Center, Chengdu, China; Purse: $1.18 million (WT250); Surface: Hard-Outdoor Mens Singles First Round Joao Sousa (7), Portugal, def. Tim Smyczek, United States, 7-6 (1), 6-7 (7), 6-3. Bernard Tomic, Australia, def. Bradley Klahn, United States, 6-7 (6), 7-6 (3), 6-2. Mens Doubles First Round Ivan Dodig and Mate Pavic (1), Croatia, def. Leander Paes, India, and Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela, Mexico, 4-6, 6-3, 10-5. Matthew Ebden, Australia, and Mischa Zverev, Germany, def. Gao Xin and Te Rigele, China, 6-3, 6-2.SHENZHEN OPEN Monday at Longgang Sports Center, Shenzhen, China; Purse: $800,320 (WT250) Surface: Hard-OutdoorMens Singles First RoundViktor Troicki, Serbia, def. Guillermo GarciaLopez, Spain, 5-3 retired. Pierre-Hugues Herbert, France, def. Dusan Lajovic, Serbia, 6-4, 6-3. Cameron Norrie, Britain, vs. Wu Di, China, 6-2, 6-2. Yoshihito Nishioka, Japan, def. Denis Kudla, United States, 6-1, 6-3. Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Spain, vs. Andreas Seppi (8), Italy, 6-7 (5), 7-6 (7), 6-3.Mens Doubles First RoundMarcin Mat kowski, Poland, and Nicholas Monroe, United States, def. Sun Fajing and Zhang Zhizhen, China, 6-4, 6-2.WTA TOURDONGFENG MOTOR WUHAN OPENMonday at Wuhan Optical Valley Tennis Centre, Wuhan, China; Purse: $2.75 million (Premier); Surface: Hard-OutdoorWomens Singles First RoundGarbine Muguruza (14), Spain, def. Alison Van Uytvanck, Belgium, 6-4, 6-0. Wang Xiyu, China, def. Bernarda Pera, United States, 6-4, 6-3. Viktorija Golubic, Switzerland, def. Sara Sorribes Tormo, Spain, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4. Madison Keys, United States, def. Wang Yafan, China, 6-3, 6-3. Aryna Sabalenka, Belarus, def. Carla Suarez Navarro, Spain, 7-6 (2), 2-6, 6-2. Dominika Cibulkova, Slovakia, def. Monica Niculescu, Romania, 6-4, 6-3. Daria Gavrilova, Australia, def. Jelena Ostapenko (10), Latvia, 6-2, 6-4. Barbora Strycova, Czech Republic, def. Alize Cornet, France, 6-3, 6-2. Aleksandra Krunic, Serbia, def. Camila Giorgi, Italy, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4. Ashleigh Barty (16), Australia, def. Johanna Konta, Britain, 7-5, 6-4. Donna Vekic, Croatia, def. Coco Vandeweghe, United States, 6-4, 3-6, 2-1 retired. Wang Qiang, China, def. Maria Sakkari, Greece, 7-5, 6-2. So“a Kenin, United States, def. Hsieh Suwei, Taiwan, 6-1, 6-1. Kiki Bertens (12), Netherlands, leads Belinda Bencic, Switzerland, 6-3, 4-6, 2-0, susp.Second RoundZhang Shuai, China, vs. Polona Hercog, Slovenia, 6-2, 7-5.Womens Doubles First RoundNicole Melichar, United States, and Kveta Peschke (7), Czech Republic, def. Chan HaoChing, Taiwan, and Yang Zhaoxuan, China, 7-6 (4), 2-6, 10-5. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Russia, and Anastasija Sevastova, Latvia, def. Lara Arruabarrena, Spain, and Darija Jurak, Croatia, 6-4, 6-3. Elise Mertens, Belgium, and Demi Schuurs (6), Netherlands, def. Raquel Atawo, United States, and Anna-Lena Groenefeld, Germany, 7-5, 6-2. Daria Gavrilova, Australia, and Zheng Saisai, China, def. Alicja Rosolska, Poland, and Abigail Spears, United States, 6-4, 4-6, 10-7. Vania King, United States, and Monica Niculescu, Romania, def. Aleksandra Krunic, Serbia, and Katerina Siniakova, Czech Republic, 6-4, 6-2.TASHKENT OPENMonday at The Olympic Tennis School Tashkent, Uzbekistan; Purse: $226,750 (Intl.) Surface: Hard-OutdoorWomens Singles First RoundNao Hibino, Japan, def. Eugenie Bouchard, Canada, 6-3, 6-3. Tatjana Maria (5), Germany, def. Natalia Vikhlyantseva, Russia, 6-1, 6-2. Fiona Ferro, France, def. Jana Fett, Croatia, 1-6, 7-6 (4), 6-1. Margarita Gasparyan, Russia, vs. Sabina Sharipova, Uzbekistan, 6-2, 6-2. Anastasia Potapova, Russia, def. Stefanie Voegele (4), Switzerland, 4-6, 7-6 (3), 6-3. Dalila Jakupovic (8), Slovenia, def. Anna Blinkova, Russia, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4. Fanny Stollar, Hungary, def. Kurumi Nara, Japan, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. Anna Karolina Schmiedlova (6), Slovakia, def. Dejana Radanovic, Serbia, 6-3, 6-0.Womens Doubles First RoundOlga Danilovic, Serbia, and Tamara Zidansek, Slovenia, vs. Nicola Geuer, Germany, and Bibiane Schoofs, Netherlands, 2-6, 6-3, 10-4. Margarita Gasparyan and Anastasia Potapova, Russia, def. Nigina Abduraimova, Uzbekistan, and Anna Kalinskaya, Russia, 7-5, 6-3. Nao Hibino, Japan, and Oksana Kalashnikova (2), Georgia, def. Chantal Skamlova, Slovakia, and Eva Wacanno, Netherlands, 6-0, 6-2. Paula Kania, Poland, and Yana Sizikova, Russia, def. Barbora Stefkova and Renata Voracova, Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-1.SOCCERMAJOR LEAGUE SOCCERAll times Eastern EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GA Atlanta United FC 19 5 6 63 65 36 New York 18 7 5 59 55 32 New York City FC 14 8 8 50 52 39 Columbus 13 9 8 47 39 38 Philadelphia 14 12 4 46 43 45 Montreal 12 14 4 40 42 47 D.C. United 9 11 8 35 48 48 New England 8 10 11 35 43 45 Toronto FC 8 15 6 30 50 57 Chicago 7 15 7 28 43 54 Orlando City 7 18 4 25 40 66 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GA FC Dallas 15 6 8 53 49 38 Sporting Kansas City 15 8 6 51 54 36 Los Angeles FC 14 7 8 50 57 43 Portland 13 9 8 47 46 45 Real Salt Lake 13 11 6 45 49 49 Seattle 13 11 5 44 37 32 LA Galaxy 11 11 8 41 57 59 Vancouver 11 11 7 40 47 56 Minnesota United 10 16 3 33 43 57 Houston 8 13 8 32 47 43 Colorado 6 17 6 24 32 55 San Jose 4 18 8 20 45 63 3 points for victory, 1 point for tieSept. 19Portland 3, Columbus 2 Atlanta United FC 4, San Jose 3 Philadelphia 1, Seattle 0Saturdays GamesLos Angeles FC 2, San Jose 0 New York Red Bulls 2, Toronto FC 0 Atlanta United FC 2, Real Salt Lake 0 Chicago 2, New England 2, tie Columbus 2, Colorado 1 Houston 0, Orlando City 0, tie New York City FC 1, Montreal 1, tie Minnesota United 3, Portland 2Sundays GamesPhiladelphia 2, Sporting Kansas City 0 FC Dallas 2, Vancouver 1 LA Galaxy 3, Seattle 0Wednesdays GameChicago at New York City FC, 7 p.m.Saturday, Sept. 29Los Angeles FC at Chicago, 3:30 p.m. Colorado at Seattle, 4 p.m. Montreal at D.C. United, 7 p.m. New England at Toronto FC, 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Columbus, 7:30 p.m. New York City FC at Minnesota United, 8 p.m. San Jose at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Vancouver at Los Angeles Galaxy, 10 p.m. FC Dallas at Portland, 10:30 p.m.Sunday, Sept. 30Atlanta United FC at New York, 1 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Sporting Kansas City, 5 p.m.U.S. OPEN CUPAll times Eastern CHAMPIONSHIP Wednesdays GamePhiladelphia (MLS) at Houston (MLS), 7 p.m.2018 U.S. MENS TEAM RESULTS/SCHEDULEAll times Eastern (Record: Won 3, Lost 1, Tied 3)Sunday, Jan. 28 „ United States 0, BosniaHerzogovina 0 Tuesday, March 27 „ United States 1, Paraguay 0 Monday, May 28 „ United States 3, Bolivia 0 Saturday, June 2 „ Ireland 1, United States 1 Saturday, June 9 „ United States 1, France 1 Friday, Sept. 7 „ Brazil 2, United States 0 Tuesday, Sept. 11 „ United States 1, Mexico 0 Thursday, Oct. 11 „ vs. Colombia at Tampa, Fla., 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16 „ vs. Peru at East Hartford, Conn., 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15 „ vs. England at London, 2:45 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20 „ vs. Italy at site TBA, 3 p.m.AUTO RACINGNASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUPPOINTS LEADERS Through Sept. 22 1. Martin Truex Jr., 2,141 2. Kyle Busch, 2,125 3. Kevin Harvick, 2,113 4. Brad Keselowski, 2,111 5. Joey Logano, 2,081 6. Aric Almirola, 2,079 7. Kyle Larson, 2,073 8. Kurt Busch, 2,071 9. Chase Elliott, 2,066 10. Austin Dillon, 2,066 11. Alex Bowman, 2,061 12. Ryan Blaney, 2,060NASCAR XFINITY POINTS LEADERS Through Sept. 211. Christopher Bell, 2,090 2. Daniel Hemric, 2,062 3. Justin Allgaier, 2,056 4. Ross Chastain, 2,053 5. Elliott Sadler, 2,051 6. Matt Tifft, 2,047 7. Tyler Reddick, 2,046 8. Brandon Jones, 2,035 9. Cole Custer, 2,035 10. Ryan Truex, 2,033 11. Austin Cindric, 2,028 12. Ryan Reed, 2,027NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCK POINTS LEADERS Through Sept. 14 1. Johnny Sauter, 2,124 2. Noah Gragson, 2,107 3. Brett Mof“tt, 2,102 4. Justin Haley, 2,101 5. Matt Crafton, 2,091 6. Grant En“nger, 2,089 7. Ben Rhodes, 2,084 8. Stewart Friesen, 2,081INDYCAR POINTS LEADERS Final 1. Scott Dixon, 678. 2. Alexander Rossi, 621. 3. Will Power, 582. 4. Ryan Hunter-Reay, 566. 5. Josef Newgarden, 560. 6. Simon Pagenaud, 492. 7. Sebastien Bourdais, 425. 8. Graham Rahal, 392. 9. Marco Andretti, 392. 10. James Hinchcliffe, 391. 11. Robert Wickens, 391. 12. Takuma Sato, 351. 13. Ed Jones, 343. 14. Spencer Pigot, 325. 15. Zach Veach, 313. 16. Tony Kanaan, 312. 17. Charlie Kimball, 287. 18. Matheus Leist, 253. 19. Max Chilton, 223. 20. Gabby Chaves, 187.FORMULA ONE POINTS LEADERS Through Sept. 16 1. Lewis Hamilton, 281 2. Sebastian Vettel, 241 3. Kimi Raikkonen, 174 4. Valtteri Bottas, 171 5. Max Verstappen, 148 6. Daniel Ricciardo, 126 7. Nico Hulkenberg, 53 8. Fernando Alonso, 50 9. Kevin Magnussen, 49 10. Sergio Perez, 46 11. Esteban Ocon, 45 12. Carlos Sainz, 38 13. Pierre Gasly, 28 14. Romain Grosjean, 27 15. Charles Leclerc, 15 16. Stoffel Vandoorne, 8 17. Lance Stroll, 6 18. Marcus Ericsson, 6 19. Brendon Hartley, 2 20. Sergey Sirotkin, 1

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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018By ROB MAADDIAP PRO FOOTBALL WRITERPHILADELPHIA „ Even with Carson Wentz back, the Philadelphia Eagles are far from complete. Three of the teams top skill position players werent on the “eld for Sundays 20-16 win over Indianapolis but could be nearing a return. Wide receiver Alshon Jeffery and running backs Jay Ajayi and Darren Sproles are getting closer to rejoining the offense after missing a combined six games. Its still too early to know their status for this weeks game at Tennessee (2-1). Sometimes it feels like you dont know the identity maybe of your offense (without) those guys,Ž coach Doug Pederson said. You kind of have hopes and you kind of say, OK, this is what we think we have. Individually we kind of know these guys, but collectively as a unit, I think youre still working through the month of September trying to “gure out your identity a little bit offensively.Ž Jeffery hasnt played since offseason shoulder surgery. He had 57 catches for 789 yards and a team-high nine touchdowns last season. Well get him in the mix a little more this week and see where hes at health-wise,Ž Pederson said Monday. Sproles missed the past two games because of a hamstring injury and Ajayi sat out one game with a back issue. Theyre both day to day right now,Ž Pederson said. I would expect, barring any setbacks, that they would both be available (for practice).Ž The Eagles (2-1) still had their best rushing game without Ajayi and Sproles. Wendell Smallwood, Corey Clement and rookie Josh Adams had a total of 142 yards on 32 carries against the Colts. Got to have guys like that,Ž Pederson said. Might be role players, but their role is pretty big in games when your two top guys are down in the back“eld.Ž Missing Jeffery has hurt the teams passing attack. Mike Wallace also went down in Week 2 and Mack Hollins began the season on IR. Pederson used two and three tight ends in more offensive sets and Wentz completed only six passes to receivers in his “rst game back since last December. Nelson Agholor had four catches for 24 yards and Jordan Matthews had two receptions for 21 yards in his return to the Eagles. Defense and special teams kind of carry the load early in the season and offense kind of plays catch-up a little bit,Ž Pederson said. When the offense catches its stride, then you got a good thing going. The other thing is its a long season. We “nd ways to win these games early, makes a big difference down the stretch when you start getting the guys back.Ž Notes: Safety Rodney McLeod is still being evaluated after injuring his knee. Pederson expects to update his status on Thursday.Wentz back, Eagles aim for return of other top skill players AP PHOTOPhiladelphia Eagles Wendell Smallwood (28) scores a touchdown against Indianapolis Colts Anthony Walker (50) and Clayton Geathers (26) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday. NFL: Philadelphia Eagles By SAFID DEENSUN SENTINELMiami Dolphins veteran defensive end William Hayes is done for the season after suffering an injury while trying to abide by a controversial NFL rule. Hayes tore the ACL in his right knee while sacking Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr in the second quarter of Sundays 28-20 victory. Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Monday that Hayes sustained the injury while trying to not put his body weight on Carr to avoid drawing a ”ag as a result of the NFLs point of emphasis on the roughing-the-passer penalty this season. He was not trying to put body weight on the quarterback, so his foot got caught in the ground,Ž Gase said. The roughing the passer rule „ located in Rule 12, Section 2, Article 9 of the NFLs rule book „ states a player will be penalized if he applies all or most of his body weight onto a quarterback and drives him to the ground. It has become a point of emphasis in the NFL this season after Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was driven to the ground and suffered a season-ending collarbone injury last year. The interpretation of the rule has come under stark criticism from Green Bay Packers star linebacker Clay Matthews, who has been ”agged for roughing the passer in all three games this season on hits that may have been considered traditional plays. Unfortunately this league is going in a direction that a lot of people dont like. I think theyre getting soft,Ž Matthews said after Green Bays 31-17 loss at Washington on Sunday. NFL players around the league have taken notice of the penalties levied on Matthews. Dolphins defensive tackle Akeem Spence called the new roughing-the-passer guidelines a double-edged sword.Ž Lets keep it honest, that rule is a tough rule to gauge,Ž Spence said. We know the rule, but we dont know the ins and outs of it. Then, I see Clay Matthews, he had another one (Sunday) and its like what do you want the guy to do? He has to put the guy down. How much is too much weight? What technique do you use and how do you go about it? Were still asking questions about it just like you are.Ž Hayes, in his 11th season, leads the Dolphins with two of the teams six sacks, and was a key rotational player on the defensive line. It hurts,Ž Gase said of the injury. Hes one of our leaders in the locker room. ƒ Thats going to be a tough one to swallow.Ž Gase did not have any further injury updates on defensive end Andre Branch (knee), tight end A.J. Derby (right foot), or linebacker Chase Allen (foot). All three players suffered injuries during the Raiders game, but Gase does not expect them to miss an extended period of time. The injuries are starting to pile up for the Dolphins, who are off to their “rst 3-0 start in “ve years. The Dolphins lost starting tight end MarQueis Gray, a six-year veteran, for the season after he tore an Achilles tendon during preseason. The Dolphins also lost starting left guard Josh Sitton, a four-time Pro Bowl selection, for the season due to a torn rotator cuff in his left shoulder. The Dolphins were without starting safety Reshad Jones (shoulder) against the Raiders, but he could return for Sundays game against the rival New England Patriots.Dolphins DE William Hayes tears ACL trying to avoid roughing-the-passer penalty on NFL: Miami DolphinsBy JENNA FRYERAP AUTO RACING WRITERCONCORD, N.C. „ Charlotte Motor Speedway already has a win for the buzz it created by taking a bulldozer to its in“eld and building something new to NASCAR. Charlottes rovalŽ will debut Sunday in a critical playoff race „ a track unlike anything used before in NASCAR. It isnt an oval or a road course; rather, its a hybrid that uses Charlottes existing speedway along with a winding course through the in“eld. Fans havent been this excited for a race, for a track, in forever. The 17-turn, 2.28-mile course has a 35-foot change in elevation and everything about it is a mystery even after a handful of test sessions. It is a lurking monster on the schedule that has terri“ed teams trying to guess what to expect. Youre on pins and needles, afraid youre going to bust your butt,Ž said Jimmie Johnson, an eight-time winner on Charlottes oval. That is an unsettling feeling before an elimination race that will cut four drivers from the 16-driver “eld. Drivers didnt like it when Talladega Superspeedway was an elimination race because the Alabama track can be so unpredictable. At least they could formulate a plan of attack at Talladega. For the roval, no blueprint exits. Drivers “gured out a shortcut during a test session in July when they used an arti“cial chicane to cut time rather than to slow their speeds. NASCAR and Charlotte of“cials have addressed that, but other quirks may pop up as soon as drivers hit the track this week. The roval has the potential to be one of the most memorable NASCAR events in decades, but it also could be a disaster or a demolition derby that makes professional race car drivers look like comedic amateurs. Still, the outcome doesnt matter „ well, it does for the four drivers who will be bounced from the playoffs „ because this is already a winning moment for NASCAR. Speedway Motorsports Inc., which owns the track, was willing to try something totally different. Racing at 1.5-mile speedways has lost a lot of its luster, and NASCAR has yet to hit on a rules package capable of creating white-knuckled racing. So SMI made a capital investment on its own property and came up with something unique in the long history of the stock car series. They get bonus points, too, for creating a wave of panic among teams before the event. Im terri“ed,Ž said Martin Truex Jr. I feel really bad for the guys that are going to go in there and have to do something. I think everybody is scared to death of that place.ŽCharlottes roval may be NASCARs race of the year AP FILE PHOTOIn this May 27, 2018 le photo taken with a sheye lens, the eld takes the green ag to start the NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Charlotte, N.C. NASCAR By TIM REYNOLDSAP BASKETBALL WRITERThere were some Larry OBrien trophies were on display at Golden States media day on Monday, shiny golden reminders of the three championships that the Warriors have picked up over the past four years. Their quest for another is about to begin. So will the quest by 29 other teams to thwart them. The offseason is over in the NBA. Most teams held media day Monday, the prelude to the start of training camps. And just like last year, those camps „ from Hawaii to British Columbia to Massachusetts and 27 other spots in between „ will begin with the Warriors reigning over the league and everyone else pining to get on Golden States level. Weve got a long way to go to get to Golden State,Ž said LeBron James, who left Cleveland „ and what became an annual date with Golden State in the “nals „ for the Los Angeles Lakers over the summer. They can pick up right where they left off ... were picking up from scratch. So we have a long way to go. We cant worry about what Golden State is doing. Golden State is Golden State and theyre the champions.Ž With the exception of Dallas and Philadelphia, who were permitted to start camp early because theyre headed to China for preseason games, every NBA club holds its “rst practice of the season on Tuesday. The Los Angeles Clippers are going to Hawaii, Denver is headed to San Diego, Toronto is setting up camp a few miles outside of Vancouver. Whether theyre going on the road or staying home, the goal for every club „ the Warriors included „ is the same: Be better. Theres one team thats figured it out, all right?Ž Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said. Golden State has figured it out. They have the template right now. Everybody else is just trying to figure it out. Some people think they have a better track at it than others. Prove it. Thats the whole point of this association. Its competition and youve got to prove it.Ž Warriors guard Stephen Curry said he was eager for media day, calling it the of“cial start to another season.Ž Excited to get back to work, get the guys back together. Look forward to chasing another championship,Ž Curry said in a video posted to the Warriors social media channels. James made his debut in a Lakers uniform out in Los Angeles. In Toronto and San Antonio, new Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard and new Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan talked about the summertime blockbuster that saw them changing jerseys. Up in Boston, Gordon Hayward talked about how hes “nally been able to play 5-on-5 again in recent weeks after his “rst season with the Celtics ended with a horri“c leg injury on opening night. Theres nothing like playing basketball,Ž Hayward said. Theres nothing like in-game stuff that you cant get from drills.Ž Preseason games start Friday, with Boston going to Chapel Hill, North Carolina and set to face Charlotte. The Hornets are training in Chapel Hill, which undoubtedly pleases team owner „ and Tar Heels legend „ Michael Jordan. That same night, Philadelphia plays Australian club Melbourne United. Those are the “rst two of 79 preseason games on the calendar, running through Oct. 12. And then on Oct. 16, it begins for real with Philadelphia visiting Boston and Oklahoma City headed to Golden State „ the night when the Warriors will pick up their latest championship rings.Welcome to camp: NBA teams starting their new seasons NBA

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The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7 COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SyracuseBy JOHN KEKISAP SPORTS WRITERSYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) „ Dino Babers has never experienced this before in seven seasons as a head coach „ his Syracuse Orange are undefeated after four games and received votes this week in the AP Top 25. Thats heady territory for a vagabond coach whos toiled for more than three decades at 14 different schools. Were excited for that, and it helps us with our goals that were trying to achieve this season,Ž Babers said. But just like I told the football team, were going to take that 4-0 check and were not going to cash it. Were going to put it in the bank and weve got to start again. If we keep having that attitude, when its all said and done maybe well have enough saved up in the piggy bank to go buy something at the end of the season that wed like.Ž That would be a bowl game, something thats eluded the program through four straight losing seasons. Syracuse matched its win total for each of the previous three seasons with a 51-21 victory over Connecticut on Saturday, and the Oranges up-tempo offense is humming, averaging almost 50 points. Syracuses other wins have come against Western Michigan (55-42), Wagner (62-10) and Florida State (30-7), which has top talent but is struggling under a “rst-year coach. WMU has since lost 49-3 to No. 14 Michigan. Wagner has been hammered by Montana State (47-24) and Sacred Heart (41-14) while the Seminoles are back at .500 after beating Northern Illinois. The competition steps up to the top rung Saturday when the Orange play an Atlantic Coast Conference game at Memorial Stadium against No. 3 Clemson (4-0, 1-0 ACC). The Tigers are coming off another dominant performance, holding Georgia Techs triple option to just 203 yards and notching 10 tackles for loss in a 49-21 victory on the road. Youre playing a fantastic team at their place and all the advantages go to them,Ž Babers said. Were going to go, and were going to show up. We didnt do too well the last time we went down there, so were going to have to see how much weve grown up.Ž When Syracuse visited Death Valley two years ago, the Tigers knocked Orange quarterback Eric Dungey out of the game in the “rst quarter and won 54-0 Dungey helped return the favor last year, leading the Orange to a startling 27-24 upset of the second-ranked Tigers in the Carrier Dome, the signature moment of Babers coaching career. Those guys, they just played way harder than us in that game,Ž Clemson wideout Tee Higgins said Monday. Dungey is operating at a high level in his “nal season. He leads the Orange in rushing (354 yards with four TDs) and has passed for 763 yards and nine scores with only one interception. Most important, the senior is avoiding big hits that caused injuries, forcing him to miss nine entire games and parts of others. He scored three touchdowns against UConn, and on three of his 16 carries he scooted out of bounds at the last second. The Orange defense is also doing its job. Syracuse is tied for second nationally with seven interceptions, tied for “fth with No. 1 Alabama and Colorado in red-zone defense (“ve TDs and a “eld goal allowed in 10 chances) and tied for 12th with 13 sacks. Also, it is allowing 386 yards and 20 points per game. Theyre playing with a lot of con“dence,Ž Clemson co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliott said. Theyre experienced on the back end, communicating well, playing with a lot of con“dence. Their ends are getting a lot of pressure on the quarterback. Their linebackers, some new linebackers are there, but theyre very athletic, they run around. They understand what theyre doing and they ”y to the football.Ž Validation for Babers system has come with victories over three signature programs „ Clemson, Virginia Tech and Florida State. Another on Saturday would do wonders, though, since the “rst three came at home. Babers is sticking with the message every coach delivers every week. Win or lose, it only counts as one game,Ž Babers said. Were trying to win this week. Im sure theyre trying to do the same. If you make it more than that, you start to get ahead of yourself, and thats where you start to get in trouble.ŽUnbeaten Syracuse turns its focus toward No. 3 Clemson AP PHOTOSyracuse quarterback Eric Dungey (2) scores a touchdown against Connecticut during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018, in Syracuse, N.Y. (Dennis Nett/The Post-Standard via AP) By JOHN ZENORAP SPORTS WRITETUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) „ If Mike Locksley lacks the national cachet of other recent Alabama offensive coordinators, he does have the numbers „ and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa „ on his side. Hes not a big-name former head coach at a football powerhouse, like Lane Kif“n and (brie”y) Steve Sarkisian or a longtime NFL assistant like Brian Daboll. Locksleys offense might still prove to be the best coach Nick Saban has had with the top-ranked Crimson Tide, which hosts LouisianaLafayette on Saturday. Tagovailoas on-“eld wizardry is getting much of the attention, while Locksleys working behind the curtain. Hes doing a great job calling plays,Ž Alabama tight end Hale Hentges said. He really is doing a good job of mixing up the run, the pass, the play-action screens. And hes making a very natural ”ow to all of our plays and thats what has made us have success. Just because of his ability to call plays. Hes an offensive genius. Hes really good.Ž Even Saban conceded after Saturdays 45-23 dismantling of Texas A&M that this might be his best passing offense. It was the “rst time the Tide, averaging a nations best 56.7 points per game, had failed to score 50. I think the diversity and the number of playmakers this team has, certainly ranks it up there with one of the best,Ž Saban said. And we knew this was the kind of team that we were going to have. But when you win a game (like Texas A&M), they had 72 offensive plays and we had 61 and their time of possession was greater than ours. So if we were as you put it the best weve ever had, it wouldnt be that way. We would be able to control the game, control the line of scrimmage, “nish the game. Run the ball when we need to run it. We may throw it as well as anybody weve ever had but thats not all there is to it.Ž Louisiana coach Billy Napier was Alabamas receivers coach from 2013-17 and is impressed with the collection of talent. Theres no question that the personnel on offense is as good as its ever been at Alabama relative to the total combination of players at every position,Ž Napier said Monday. I think the quarterback makes them different.Ž Locksley came to Alabama as an offensive analyst, then replaced Napier as receivers coach and was promoted after Daboll headed back to the NFL. Still working with the receivers, he is a former Maryland offensive coordinator who served the “nal six games as interim head coach in 2015. He was New Mexicos head coach for three years before that. Its low-key compared to the resumes of Kif“n and Sarkisian. Both were head coaches at USC while Kif“n also led Tide rival Tennessee and Sarkisian was at Washington. All those coordinators have had plenty of talented players to work with, but this Alabama team is spreading it around as much as any. Tagovailoa has been connecting with a number of targets, led by Jerry Jeudy and DeVonta Smith. Tight end Irv Smith Jr. has emerged as a big weapon and Hentges caught two touchdown passes against Texas A&M. Jeudy is averaging 21.5 yards on 17 catches while scoring six touchdowns. DeVonta Smith has 14 catches for 260 yards. Six players have caught touchdown passes and four running backs have had at least 22 carries, with none reaching 40 yet. So far Alabama is accomplishing one of the goals Locksley stated at Alabamas media day in early August. Its always been my opinion as an offensive coordinator, when developing an offensive system, that you want to identify who your playmakers are and you want to “nd ways to get them all involved,Ž he said. Were a much better team when guys all feel like they have some ability to help.ŽLocksley presiding over No. 1 Alabamas potent offense COLLEGE FOOTBALL: AlabamaBy Joey KnightTAMPA BAY TIMESAs expected, Gators coach Dan Mullens upcoming return to Starkville, where he led Mississippi State to national relevance, emerged as the dominant subject during his regular Monday press conference. Heres what he had to say about his de facto homecoming. When asked if the familiarity with the Bulldogs personnel gives him an advantage: I think you have an understanding of the personnel on the teamƒand familiarity with the players. So as youre watching them do things, that helps a little bit. Instead of having to spend a lot more time studying every strength and weakness of the guy on the “eld, you have a good idea of what their strengths and weaknesses are.Ž When did he fall in love with Stark Vegas?Ž The people of Starkville were great to me and my family. ƒ Its a great place to have kids. Both my kids were born there. Its a great community to live in. The fans, unbelievable. ƒ It was a place I went to and asked them on Day One, told them we need you to show up and sell out the stadium, and if you do that we can build a program here. And you know what? The fans believed in that. The fans bought into that. My “rst year there, we went 2-5 at home and they sold out; you couldnt get a seat for games.Ž Related: Cue the cowbells: Mullen returning to Mississippi State On the biggest adjustment to living in Mississippi: I guess, for me, I dont know. I go to work. I get up and I go to work and I go home (laughs). For my wife, probably a lot of online shopping. We get a lot of catalogs to the house. ƒ There wasnt like, a Target or a lot of stores close to Starkville. There are some local stores and all that stuff but I think that was an adjustment for my wife.Ž On the atmosphere he expects to encounter Saturday: I spent nine years creating the atmosphere. So I get to see what its likeƒ what type of atmosphere we spent nine years creating.Ž Does he think hell get booed? I think this: I think there will be a lot of passion on Saturday night with people there. But I think most of the people, the majority of people and everybody that I knew in that fan baseƒ when I think of the fans and I think of the former players and the people of the town of Starkville, I think for the most part they were appreciative in what we were able to accomplish in the nine years that we were there.Ž On the reception he expects from his former Bulldogs players: Well, I think itll be different before and during than it will be afterwards. But that would be my guess.Ž Has he sold his house up there? No, its in the process. I of“cially own a house, yeah. Its closing one of these days.ŽMore on Dan Mullens return to Stark Vegas COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Florida COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Ohio StateBy MITCH STACYAP SPORTS WRITERCOLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) „ Dwayne Haskins Jr. got a phone call from coach Urban Meyer on Saturday night, hours after the quarterback bullied Tulane in a performance that turned up the volume of talk about his potential Heisman Trophy candidacy. Meyer wanted to make sure Haskins was keeping his feet on the ground as the hype around him intensi“es. I called him driving home with that message, just stay focused,Ž Meyer said Monday. Weve had some pretty high-pro“le guys around here, and Ive seen it go both ways. One thing about Columbus, Ohio, is this is the show, and they become bigger than life. But hes a really humble guy, hes a very conscientious guy, comes from a great family. So hes been great so far.Ž The spotlight on the third-year junior will only get brighter if he can go into a hostile white outŽ at Beaver Stadium and lead No. 4 Ohio State past No. 9 Penn State in a nationally televised game Saturday night. His eye-popping passing numbers are even better than they seem, considering he didnt play for big chunks of the second half after Ohio State was comfortably ahead in three of its four wins this year. On Saturday, he threw for 304 yards and “ve touchdowns in the “rst half before taking a seat. Haskins is second among Division I quarterbacks in touchdowns (16) and completion percentage (75.7), third in quarterback rating (207) and is in the top 10 in passing yards and yards per attempt. He has been sacked only three times and picked off just once. The only player who has more touchdown passes is Hawaiis Cole McDonald with 20, but he has played in one more game. I just want to show how dangerous the offense is, and with me at the helm, a lot of plays can be made,Ž said Haskins, whose default setting is to heap praise on the offensive line and receivers before saying much, if anything, about himself. He is turning heads with his ability to throw into tight spots and launch perfectly placed long balls. Dwayne for Heisman,Ž Ohio State receiver Austin Mack said after the 49-6 rout of Tulane that earned Haskins his second Big Ten co-player of the week designation this season. Hes being a pro, making a lot of tough reads and throwing the ball incredible. We all knew what Dwayne could do. It was just a matter of if he could be the guy on Saturdays.Ž Meyer credits Haskins development with the relationship the player has with quarterbacks coach Ryan Day and being able to work on his skills over the past two years while J.T. Barrett held down the starting job. He wasnt ready as a true freshman,Ž Meyer said. Last year he was getting closer and closer, but he didnt see it. You saw him throw the ball nice, but thats one-third of playing quarterback. Its toughness and leadership. I just think its the maturation of a gifted player.Ž NOTES: Meyer said All-American defensive end Nick Bosa will be out at least several more weeksŽ while healing from surgery on a lower abdominal muscle. ... Running back Mike Weber, who suffered a slight foot injury in Saturdays game, will be ready to go against Penn State. ... Defensive tackle Robert Landers, who sat out last week with an injury, also will play. ... Backup running back Brian Snead was held out of the Tulane game for violating unspeci“ed team rules.Haskins profile on the rise with another big game on tap

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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Tuesday, September 25, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTA t-storm late in the p.m. Partly cloudy with a showerHIGH 91 LOW 7560% chance of rain 40% chance of rainPartly sunny, a t-storm in spots; humid92 / 7540% chance of rain WEDNESDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREA shower or t-storm around, mainly later92 / 7555% chance of rain THURSDAYPartly sunny with a thunderstorm; humid92 / 7555% chance of rain FRIDAYVariably cloudy, a t-storm possible; humid92 / 7330% chance of rain SUNDAYPartly sunny and humid with a thunderstorm92 / 7450% chance of rain SATURDAY 0 4 7 4 1 1 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent 050100150200300500 340-50 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 VENICE85931011019994Air Quality Index readings as of MondayMain pollutant: ParticulatesPunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Monday Sebring through 2 p.m. Monday Venice through 2 p.m. Monday24 hours through 2 p.m. Mon. 0.00Ž Month to date 5.68Ž Normal month to date 5.81Ž Year to date 54.38Ž Normal year to date 43.00Ž Record 2.30Ž (1980) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Mon. 0.00Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Mon. 0.21Ž Month to date 5.20Ž Normal month to date 5.82Ž Year to date 38.02Ž Normal year to date 41.66Ž Record 2.30Ž (2013) High/Low 93/76 Normal High/Low 90/72 Record High 94 (2016) Record Low 65 (1967) High/Low 92/72 High/Low 91/77 Normal High/Low 89/72 Record High 96 (1995) Record Low 64 (1968)Pollen Index readings as of Monday 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. 12.37 13.12 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 5.68 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 54.38 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 Wed.Apalachicola 88 77 t 89 76 pc Bradenton 89 76 t 90 76 pc Clearwater 90 78 t 90 78 s Coral Springs 91 79 pc 91 79 t Daytona Beach 89 74 pc 91 74 pc Fort Lauderdale 89 78 s 90 78 t Fort Myers 90 74 t 92 75 c Gainesville 93 73 t 93 74 pc Jacksonville 91 70 pc 92 72 pc Key Largo 89 81 pc 88 81 t Key West 91 84 pc 90 82 t Lakeland 90 74 t 92 74 pc Melbourne 90 76 pc 90 77 pc Miami 90 80 pc 90 80 t Naples 91 76 t 92 76 c Ocala 91 73 t 91 73 s Okeechobee 89 74 t 89 74 pc Orlando 90 75 t 91 76 pc Panama City 87 76 t 87 75 t Pensacola 86 76 t 85 75 t Pompano Beach 90 81 s 90 81 t St. Augustine 87 73 pc 89 74 pc St. Petersburg 90 77 t 90 77 s Sarasota 90 75 t 90 76 pc Tallahassee 89 72 pc 90 74 c Tampa 92 79 t 92 80 s Vero Beach 89 73 pc 90 73 t West Palm Beach 91 77 pc 91 78 t 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 3:51a 10:13a 4:11p 10:42p Wed. 4:07a 10:50a 4:50p 11:05p Today 2:28a 8:29a 2:48p 8:58p Wed. 2:44a 9:06a 3:27p 9:21p Today 1:37a 7:17a 1:46p 7:47p Wed. 1:54a 7:59a 2:33p 8:11p Today 4:23a 10:42a 4:43p 11:11p Wed. 4:39a 11:19a 5:22p 11:34p Today 12:43a 7:08a 1:03p 7:37p Wed. 12:59a 7:45a 1:42p 8:00p SE 4-8 0-1 Light ESE 6-12 1-2 LightFt. Myers 90/74 storms afternoon Punta Gorda 93/76 storms afternoon Sarasota 90/75 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 TABLELast Oct 2 New Oct 8 First Oct 16 Full Oct 24 Today 8:04 p.m. 7:39 a.m. Wednesday 8:39 p.m. 8:34 a.m. Today 7:18 a.m. 7:22 p.m. Wednesday 7:19 a.m. 7:20 p.m. Today 6:19a 12:09a 6:42p 12:31p Wed. 7:06a 12:55a 7:28p 1:17p Thu. 7:55a 1:44a 8:19p 2:07p Monterrey 91/69 Chihuahua 88/64 Los Angeles 80/63 Washington 81/72 New York 72/68 Miami 90/80 Atlanta 86/71 Detroit 79/60 Houston 89/72 Kansas City 75/46 Chicago 80/51 Minneapolis 56/46 El Paso 93/64 Denver 66/43 Billings 59/39 San Francisco 74/52 Seattle 69/51 Toronto 72/66 Montreal 59/57 Winnipeg 52/35 Ottawa 60/58 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. 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Today Wed.Albuquerque 82 55 pc 73 53 pc Anchorage 59 45 pc 56 44 pc Atlanta 86 71 pc 86 69 t Baltimore 80 70 sh 84 60 t Billings 59 39 s 70 41 c Birmingham 87 72 t 82 69 t Boise 71 44 s 77 49 pc Boston 67 66 r 80 59 c Buffalo 73 67 t 69 47 t Burlington, VT 62 58 r 77 47 t Charleston, WV 79 69 t 75 55 t Charlotte 86 69 c 87 67 t Chicago 80 51 t 65 46 pc Cincinnati 77 68 t 69 53 sh Cleveland 78 69 t 70 52 sh Columbia, SC 90 71 c 93 71 t Columbus, OH 77 68 t 70 51 sh Concord, NH 60 59 r 78 52 t Dallas 88 67 pc 72 60 r Denver 66 43 pc 74 46 s Des Moines 68 47 r 65 49 s Detroit 79 60 t 67 47 pc Duluth 52 40 sh 55 45 c Fairbanks 49 40 sh 49 34 c Fargo 58 37 sh 63 43 pc Hartford 66 65 r 80 54 t Helena 64 37 s 69 43 c Honolulu 88 75 pc 87 76 pc Houston 89 72 t 85 72 t Indianapolis 77 60 t 69 52 pc Jackson, MS 88 72 t 84 69 t Kansas City 75 46 t 68 46 s Knoxville 83 68 pc 77 63 t Las Vegas 97 76 s 97 74 s Los Angeles 80 63 pc 85 64 pc Louisville 81 70 t 71 55 c Memphis 85 70 t 74 60 sh Milwaukee 78 48 t 64 46 pc Minneapolis 56 46 sh 61 50 pc Montgomery 89 73 t 85 72 t Nashville 83 70 t 76 58 t New Orleans 88 76 t 86 75 t New York City 72 68 r 81 65 t Norfolk, VA 85 74 sh 88 72 t Oklahoma City 84 57 t 64 50 sh Omaha 67 47 r 69 54 s Philadelphia 78 71 r 84 60 t Phoenix 100 77 s 103 79 s Pittsburgh 75 67 r 72 49 t Portland, ME 61 57 r 74 54 sh Portland, OR 82 50 s 82 53 pc Providence 66 66 r 77 58 c Raleigh 84 70 c 87 68 t Salt Lake City 71 45 s 74 52 s St. Louis 83 56 t 71 51 pc San Antonio 91 75 c 84 65 t San Diego 74 66 pc 76 67 pc San Francisco 74 52 s 76 53 pc Seattle 69 51 s 72 53 pc Washington, DC 81 72 sh 86 61 t Amsterdam 59 45 pc 63 53 pc Baghdad 105 71 s 106 75 s Beijing 77 51 pc 76 55 pc Berlin 58 38 pc 62 51 pc Buenos Aires 68 53 s 69 54 c Cairo 93 73 s 90 74 s Calgary 58 38 pc 53 34 sh Cancun 88 77 pc 88 77 t Dublin 58 53 pc 68 49 s Edmonton 59 42 pc 54 33 sh Halifax 57 52 pc 68 63 r Kiev 51 38 t 54 43 pc London 62 43 pc 68 48 s Madrid 87 59 s 82 59 t Mexico City 73 56 pc 73 55 t Montreal 59 57 r 75 44 t Ottawa 60 58 r 73 42 sh Paris 62 40 s 67 45 s Regina 49 35 pc 54 33 c Rio de Janeiro 86 73 s 91 74 s Rome 72 50 pc 73 52 s St. Johns 45 35 sh 54 45 s San Juan 87 77 sh 88 78 pc Sydney 63 51 pc 60 49 sh Tokyo 76 65 r 73 62 r Toronto 72 66 t 71 45 sh Vancouver 62 49 pc 65 52 c Winnipeg 52 35 c 53 39 pcHigh ..................... 98 at Needles, CALow ........................ 16 at Stanley, ID(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)87On Sept. 25, 1994, violent thunderstorms in western Pennsylvania produced damaging hail. Q: Large dark bands on the woolly bear caterpillar may foretell what?A: A cold upcoming winter 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 91/75 90/74 91/74 91/74 90/75 91/74 90/73 90/74 90/73 92/79 89/76 89/78 90/76 90/74 91/74 93/76 91/75 92/75 91/75 91/74 91/75 91/74 92/74 90/77 90/74 88/77 90/77 89/75 91/74 91/75 89/75 90/74 90/75 90/78 89/78 90/76 91/76 91/75Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018 Leonard Fournette back would help. Fournette missed his second consecutive game with a strained right hamstring. He tweaked it in the season opener at the New York Giants and has missed 10 of 12 quarters. Fournette is the teams offensive centerpiece, a pounding runner who sets the tone for Marrones throwback style. The Jags managed to beat the Giants and Patriots without him, but needed a defensive touchdown to upend New York and the best game of Bortles “veyear career to knock off New England. They never led against the Titans, falling behind after a failed fake punt early and giving up a game-winning drive late. It de“nitely feels like a letdown,Ž Bortles said. I dont think there was anything carried over from last week or the previous two weeks. We try to treat it like a new start, a fresh start. ... Kind of came out and offensively laid a goose egg. Score six points in four quarters is hard to do.Ž It was the franchises fewest points since a 30-6 loss to Houston in the 2015 season “nale and its fewest at home since a 37-3 drubbing by Indianapolis in 2013. The Jaguars blamed the latest dud on matchup issues against the equally physical Titans, who have won three in a row and “ve of the last six in the series. But they also struggled to generate many yards and points against the Jets, Cleveland, Arizona and Buffalo in 2017 and against the Giants two weeks ago. Very frustrating, but were not going to blame people,Ž Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey said. Not yet anyway. But in a season several players have dubbed Super Bowl-or-bust and with a defense that considers itself the best in the league Jacksonville has potential for back-biting and “nger-pointing. The Jaguars insist that wont happen. Several defenders even spoke in the locker room after the loss and showed support for Bortles and the offense. Im con“dent this team will respond,Ž defensive end Calais Campbell said. Losses suck. They always have; they always will. This one stings a little bit because its a division game at home. At the end of the day, its just one loss, and how we respond is really what it comes down to. Im very con“dent this team will respond.ŽJAGUARSFROM PAGE 1 quick, I didnt really see their faces,Ž Wilson said. Zing. He did see Grant, exchanging a high “ve with his teammate as they ran strike for stride into the end zone. The 5-foot-9 Wilson and 5-foot-7 Grant are part of the fastest receiving corps in team history. Kenny Stills can ”y too, as he has showed while averaging 20.4 yards on nine catches this season, three for touchdowns. Running back Kenyan Drake is also swift, giving Miami yet another quickstrike option. Coach always tells us just go out there and run „ a lot of defenders are going to be terri“ed by speed, so just take off and run,Ž Grant said. Its not really that simple. The trick plays require perfect timing, and talent. The receiver-to-receiver pass involved a fake pitch by Tannehill, a handoff to Frank Gore and a lateral to Wilson. The former high school quarterback then rolled to his right as he threw a pass right on the money, as had been the case daily in practice. I know how hard that is to be running full speed laterally and make that throw,Ž Tannehill said. During the week, he was consistent on making a perfect throw. It wasnt ever a question. He never stretched Jakeem out or made him adjust really. After I saw him run it the “rst time I thought, Hes got this. He doesnt need any tips.Ž After the game Wilson tweeted: & he can pass !!Ž Grant made the catch at the 35-yard line and broke two tackles en route to the end zone, motivated by an earlier conversation with Wilson. All he told me was, Make sure you score. And if you get tackled by one man in the open “eld, you owe me $100,Ž Grant recalled. Now he owes me $100.Ž The Dolphins know trickery will take them only so far. The early schedule has been soft, injuries are mounting, and keeping Tannehill healthy is a must. Vegas is so unimpressed by the Dolphins that theyre a touchdown underdog at struggling New England. But Gase, who came to Miami in 2016 with a reputation as an offensive wiz, “nally seems to have the right personnel for his playbook. That includes the versatile Wilson, acquired last offseason from the Kansas City Chiefs. We have so much stuff,Ž Wilson said. Im ready for everything he calls „ every run play, every pass play. Whatever he has for me, Im ready for it.Ž The Dolphins hope the defense wont be.DOLPHINSFROM PAGE 1Homecoming and stuff like that and Sabrina got hurt on Friday so we had new girls at new positions theyd never played before.Ž The Mantas settled down in the second game, taking the lead at 6-5 and extending the advantage to 16-11 before the Tarpons battled back to tie it at 19-19. The game was tied four more times before Charlotte “nished off the set with a kill by Skylar Gribben. We relaxed the second game,Ž Charlotte coach Michelle Dill said. We were playing timid and we missed a lot of serves. But Im glad they came back and fought and won by two.Ž The Tarpons jumped out to a 5-1 lead early in game three before Lemon Bay came back to even the score at 6-6. Charlotte scored six of the next seven points to open up a seemingly comfortable lead, but Lemon Bay came back again to pull within two points. The Tarpons refused to fold and Beisners dink “nally closed out the game and match for Charlotte. In the third game we played a little bit better,Ž Dill said. I dont know if it was a Monday or what it was but we kind of played...I dont want to say down...but we played a little more with mistakes and not in our normal rhythm. I told them weve got to come in and practice a lot harder to get better for Wednesday.Ž The Tarpons, now 12-4 overall and 3-1 in district play, will host county rival Port Charlotte on Wednesday. The Pirates defeated Charlotte earlier in the season in a district game, but the matchup on Wednesday will not count in the district standings. Meanwhile, Lemon Bay (6-4, 2-2) will seek to rebound when it visits Imagine School of North Port in a non-district game Thursday night. We made 52 errors tonight,Ž Auer said. Against a team like Charlotte, were giving them free ball after free ball after free ball and they just threw it down our throats. We had some good blocks at the end but it was a little too late.Ž Caroline Hill had 9 kills and 12 digs for Lemon Bay while Hailey Brown dished out 13 assists. Beisner led the way for Charlotte with 18 kills.TARPONSFROM PAGE 1 PHOTO BY TIM KERN Caroline Hill (11) slams it home for her Lady Mantas on Monday.

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AdvTrTabs TTFS .47e .7 ...q 75.63 66.13 1 70.71 -1.0AdvMeidll MATH ... ... ...q 35.56 31.42 33.00 -2.3AdMadGBd FWDB .73e 2.9 ...q 27.29 24.20 2 25.47 -1.6AdMadIntl FWDI .37e 1.3 ...q 33.10 27.24 1 28.46 -8.4AdMadDm FWDD .18e .3 ...q 57.19 49.53 1 55.93 +4.6AdvActBear HDGE ... ... ...q 8.58 7.22 1181 7.31 -6.8Aecom ACM ... ... 12 39.90 30.95 561 32.84 -11.6AegeanMP ANW .08 5.7 4 5.15 .60 1075 1.41 -67.2Aegon AEG .25e 3.9 ... 7.48 5.50 994 6.48 +2.9Aegon cap AEH 1.59 6.2 ... 26.52 25.40 22 25.62 -.8Aegon 6.5 AED 1.63 6.3 ... 26.83 24.55 65 25.69 -1.0Aegon t AEB .77 3.1 ... 25.49 23.55 14 24.80 +2.5Aegon42 AEK 2.00 7.9 ... 27.04 25.50 25.28 -4.7AerCap AER ... ... 9 58.30 48.29 645 57.28 +8.9Aerocntry ACY ... ... 3 17.34 12.05 0 15.80 +3.7AerohiveN HIVE ... ... ...dd 6.50 3.55 200 4.02 -31.0AerojetR AJRD ... ... ...dd 37.70 24.41 545 33.06 +6.0Aetna AET 2.00 1.0 20 206.66 149.69 1209 203.40 +12.8AffilMgrs AMG 1.20 .8 11 216.99 140.43 338 144.00 -29.8Agilent A .60 .9 82 75.00 60.42 2330 69.95 +4.4Agnico g AEM .44 ... 41 49.80 32.18 1443 34.35 -25.6AgreeRlt ADC 2.16 4.1 28 57.49 43.74 217 52.72 +2.5Air Inds AIRI .60 41.1 ... 1.95 1.27 31 1.46 -13.6AirLease AL .40 .9 6 50.70 40.26 417 45.54 -5.3AirProd APD 4.40 2.6 25 175.17 149.94 789 169.85 +3.5AirPrd wi APD/WI ... ... ... Aircastle AYR 1.12 5.3 7 25.30 18.97 355 20.95 -10.4AlaPw pf Q ALPpQ 1.25 5.0 ... 27.05 24.49 6 25.06 -5.7AlamoGp ALG .44 .5 25 120.58 88.12 17 94.30 -16.5AlamosGld AGI .02 .4 ... 7.30 4.06 1945 4.68 -28.1AlaskaAir ALK 1.28 1.9 9 82.68 57.53 1432 67.29 -8.5AlbnyIn AIN .68 .9 34 82.20 55.65 210 77.95 +26.9Albemarle ALB 1.34f 1.3 17 144.99 86.75 1231 104.94 -17.9Alcoa Cp AA ... ... 21 62.35 40.03 4053 41.96 -22.1AlexB Inc ALEX .28 1.2 31 30.35 20.83 462 22.46 -19.0Alexanders ALX 18.00 5.2 ... 436.80 332.98 6 343.80 -13.1AlexREE ARE 3.72 3.0 31 134.37 114.00 397 124.35 -4.8AlxRE pfD AREpD 1.75 5.0 ... 37.59 33.35 0 34.93 -5.6AlexcoR g AXU ... ... ... 1.79 1.00 121 1.08 -32.1AlgonPw n AQN .51f ... ... 11.34 9.45 181 10.55 -5.5Alibaba BABA ... ... 48 211.70 152.85 13113 163.16 -5.4Timmins g TGD/O ... ... 1 .48 Alio Gld rs ALO ... ... ... 4.74 .63 119 .74 -79.9sAllegCp Y ... ... ...cc 651.98 529.81 62 656.06 +10.1AllegTch ATI ... ... ...dd 30.25 21.02 2758 29.07 +20.4Allegion ALLE .84 .9 ... 91.58 73.85 355 89.39 +12.4Allergan AGN 2.88 1.5 12 217.00 142.81 1478 187.98 +14.9Allergn pfA AGNpA 55.00 10.1 ... 774.41 541.23 543.50 -7.3Allete ALE 2.24 3.0 22 81.24 66.64 201 75.49 +1.5AlliCAMun AKP .70 5.2 ...q 14.11 12.49 32 13.51 -.6AlliData ADS 2.28 .9 14 278.33 192.02 362 244.82 -3.4AlliBNtlMu AFB .75 6.1 ...q 14.03 12.17 74 12.24 -8.7AlliBGlbHi AWF .84 7.2 ...q 13.12 11.46 199 11.70 -8.3AlliNYMun AYN .67 4.7 ...q 14.29 AlliBern AB 2.57e 8.5 14 31.23 24.01 169 30.35 +21.2AlliantEg s LNT 1.34 3.1 21 45.52 36.84 1241 42.92 +.7AlliGlCvInc NCV .78 11.4 ...q 7.28 6.41 774 6.85 -2.6AlliGblCv2 NCZ .69 11.3 ...q 6.38 5.70 406 6.12 -1.4AlliNFJDv NFJ 1.20 9.1 ...q 13.81 12.29 243 13.13 +.6AlliGlEqCv NIE 1.52 6.6 ...q 23.96 19.47 82 23.10 +9.3Allz24Tgt n CBH ... ... ... 10.05 8.75 25 9.18 +.9AllnzgDI&Cv ACV 2.00 8.1 ...q 25.31 20.34 52 24.62 +12.7AlldCap47 AFC 1.72 6.7 ... 26.31 25.14 6 25.67 +.7sAllisonTrn ALSN .60 1.1 19 53.55 35.65 990 53.31 +23.8Allstate ALL 1.84 1.8 15 105.36 88.29 1070 100.38 -4.1Allstat pfA ALLpA 1.41 5.6 ... 26.20 24.63 12 25.21 -1.5Allstate 53 ALLpB 1.28 5.0 ... 27.28 25.10 19 25.63 -2.3Allstat pfC ALLpC 1.69 6.6 ... 26.90 25.39 25.56 -1.8Allstat pfD ALLpD 1.66 6.4 ... 27.98 25.60 5 25.84 -2.1 Allstat pfE ALLpE 1.66 6.4 ... 27.29 25.65 32 25.82 -1.6Allstat pfF ALLpF 1.56 6.0 ... 27.59 25.02 5 25.95 -2.4AllyFincl ALLY .60f 2.2 12 31.29 23.15 3684 27.30 -6.4AlmadM n AAU ... ... ... 1.24 .56 91 .63 -38.8AlpUSQVal QVAL 1.35e 4.3 ...q 33.51 26.50 4 31.50 +2.6AlpValuIntl IVAL 1.35e 4.4 ... 35.03 29.45 1 30.92 -6.4AlpMoIntQ IMOM ... ... ...q 33.00 26.61 1 28.19 -7.2AlpMoUSQ QMOM ... ... ... 34.33 26.29 6 33.43 +16.9AlpArcVl n VMOT ... ... ... 31.39 26.57 7 28.90 -.3AlphaPro APT ... ... 18 4.25 3.15 30 3.65 -8.8AlpGDDiv AGD .78 7.6 ...q 11.55 10.18 10.26 -5.0AlpGPPrp AWP .60 9.7 ...q 6.98 5.99 6.18 -8.3AlpTotDiv AOD .69 7.9 ...q 10.03 8.65 8.73 -7.8AlpsETF GRI 1.52e 3.5 ...q 47.47 40.28 2 43.64 -2.9AlpsEqSect EQL 1.83e 2.5 ...q 73.82 65.11 4 73.24 +5.3AlpDisrTc n DTEC ... ... ... 30.48 24.40 11 29.83 +18.3AlpBzSoMed BUZ ... ... ... 38.87 29.69 9 38.45 +20.0AlpsRivFlex RFFC ... ... ... 36.59 30.68 6 36.12 +4.0Alps RivDiv RFDA ... ... ... 34.12 29.45 6 33.50 +5.8AlpRvrCare RFCI ... ... ... 26.24 23.73 5 23.78 -3.7AlpRivUncn RFUN ... ... ... 26.52 24.98 4 25.29 -2.9AlpSprtJG SGDJ ... ... ...q 37.25 22.99 120 24.67 -26.6AlpMedBrk SBIO ... ... ...q 39.50 29.15 62 38.71 +18.1AlpSprotG SGDM .12e .8 ...q 22.54 14.69 31 15.88 -23.3AlpWkplEq EQLT .42e 1.1 ...q 40.00 34.10 2 38.43 +6.1AlpEDvDg EDOG .73e 3.5 ...q 27.38 20.53 3 20.94 -17.6AlpAlerEn ENFR 1.35e 6.1 ...q 24.16 19.24 6 22.13 -4.1AlpIntDvDg IDOG 1.47e 5.5 ...q 30.26 26.02 39 26.78 -6.5AlpBarr400 BFOR .25e .6 ...q 46.25 38.56 8 45.37 +9.1AlpRivStInc RIGS .30e 1.2 ...q 25.76 24.23 15 24.61 -2.1AlpsDvDog SDOG 1.40e 3.0 ...q 49.27 41.57 156 46.02 +.5AlpAlerMLP AMLP 1.35e 12.6 ...q 11.89 9.01 9568 10.69 -.9Alteryx n AYX ... ... ... 63.18 18.96 1008 60.52 +139.5Altice n ATUS ... ... ...dd 25.56 14.60 7130 18.65 -2.2AltisrcAst AAMC ... ... ...dd 93.80 55.00 1 60.22 -26.2AltisResid RESI .60 5.9 ...dd 12.08 9.87 10.22 -13.8Altria MO 3.20 5.2 19 74.38 53.91 7291 61.06 -14.5AlumChina ACH ... ... ... 23.54 9.20 42 10.96 -38.9ATrFn pfA AFSIpA 1.69 10.1 ... 24.67 13.96 10 16.70 -18.9AmTrF pfB AFSIpB 1.81 10.3 ... 25.23 12.92 6 17.60 -19.5AmTrF pfC AFSIpC 1.91 10.4 ... 25.23 14.91 10 18.33 -18.5AmTrF pf F AFSIpF ... ... ... 23.48 13.93 16 17.02 -17.1AmTrF pfE AFSIpE ... ... ... 25.71 14.80 24 18.88 -17.6AmTrFn 7.5 AFST ... ... ... 26.94 23.30 5 24.53 -5.3AmTrFn 55 AFSS 1.81 7.6 ... 26.00 21.41 5 23.93 -4.3AmTrF pfD AFSIpD 1.88 10.1 ... 25.08 14.42 7 18.50 -16.6AmberRd AMBR ... ... ...dd 10.29 6.14 86 9.38 +27.8Ambev ABEV .05e 1.1 8 7.43 4.28 33765 4.50 -30.3AmbowEd n AMBO ... ... ... Ameren AEE 1.83 2.9 22 66.11 51.89 1403 63.76 +8.1Ameresco AMRC ... ... 22 15.35 7.55 109 13.70 +59.3AMovilL AMX .17e 1.0 24 19.91 14.85 1199 16.34 -4.7AmMovl A AMOV ... ... ... 19.87 14.77 5 16.30 -4.1AmAssets AAT 1.08f 2.9 23 41.69 30.62 164 36.84 -3.7AmAxle AXL ... ... 5 20.27 13.96 1555 18.36 +7.8AmCampus ACC 1.84 4.5 50 46.62 34.52 598 40.99 -.1AEagleOut AEO .55 2.3 16 29.88 12.51 3575 23.51 +25.1AEP AEP 2.48 3.5 17 78.07 62.71 1796 70.64 -4.0AEqInvLf AEL .24f .7 15 38.56 27.06 271 36.07 +17.4AmExp AXP 1.40 1.3 16 111.77 87.54 1872 109.85 +10.6AFnclGrp AFG 1.40 1.3 20 121.69 101.02 268 112.00 +3.2AFnclGp 54 AFGE 1.56 6.1 ... 26.92 25.20 13 25.50 -2.7AFnclGp 55 AFGH 1.50 5.9 ... 27.11 25.00 9 25.39 -3.2AHm4Rent AMH .20 .9 ... 23.34 18.39 1417 22.33 +2.2AHm4R pfC AMHpC 1.38 4.8 ... 28.94 27.85 28.36 -.3AHm4Rn pfD AMHpD 1.63 6.5 ... 27.60 24.61 2 25.04 -8.5AHm4R pfE AMHpE 1.59 6.4 ... 27.53 24.53 10 24.70 -7.8AH4Rn pfG AMHpG 1.47 6.2 ... 26.38 22.27 1 23.71 -5.8AHm4R pfF AMHpF ... ... ... 26.27 22.43 3 23.58 -7.7AIG wt AIG/WS ... ... ... 23.10 17.05 20.10 +10.9AmIntlGrp AIG 1.28 2.3 ...dd 65.55 49.57 6585 54.65 -8.3AmLorain ALN ... ... ...dd .40 .13 102 .15 -17.0AMidstrm AMID .41 7.0 ...dd 15.25 5.30 264 5.85 -56.2AmrRlty ARL ... ... ...dd 21.57 8.65 3 16.65 +29.6AmRenAs n ARA ... ... ... 24.07 9.91 71 20.63 +18.6AmShrd AMS ... ... 14 3.28 2.25 0 3.03 +16.7AmStsWtr AWR 1.02 1.7 36 61.66 47.53 85 59.59 +2.9AmTower AMT 3.16f 2.2 42 155.28 130.37 1258 146.38 +2.6ATowr pfB AMTpB 5.50 4.7 ... 135.99 114.00 117.60 -6.5AVangrd AVD .08 .4 ...cc 24.00 18.01 58 19.65 AmWtrWks AWK 1.82 2.1 38 92.37 76.04 668 87.82 -4.0AmerSilvr n USAS ... ... ... 3.65 Amerigas APU 3.80 9.5 32 48.37 39.01 227 39.81 -13.9Ameriprise AMP 3.60 2.4 12 183.90 129.87 691 148.72 -12.2AmeriBrgn ABC 1.52 1.7 11 106.27 71.90 965 89.57 -2.5Ametek AME .56f .7 34 81.92 64.81 913 80.54 +11.1AmiraNatF ANFI ... ... ... 6.21 1.57 185 1.79 -57.1Ampco AP ... ... ...dd 18.60 6.30 32 6.95 -44.0Amphenol APH .92 1.0 37 97.56 80.42 1495 94.68 +7.8AmpioPhm AMPE ... ... ... 4.95 .35 1688 .52 -87.1AmpSrLn n YESR ... ... ... 28.57 23.85 0 24.02 -1.6AmpDivOpt DIVO ... ... ... 31.01 26.55 2 30.11 +3.8AmplOil n AMLX ... ... ... 13.72 9.17 9.61 -15.7Ampliph rs APHB ... ... ...dd 2.05 .76 173 1.02 +1.0Amrep AXR ... ... ... 9.88 6.44 6 7.59 +8.1Anadarko APC 1.00 1.5 77 76.70 46.75 3064 66.01 +23.1Anadrk 18 AEUA 3.75 11.4 ... 40.48 28.60 32.89 -5.1sAndeavor ANDV 2.36 1.5 24 157.65 89.58 2632 158.87 +38.9AndeavLog ANDX 4.12 8.2 25 55.21 40.66 608 50.20 +8.7Anf DvAlt n DALT ... ... ... 10.90 9.62 4 10.44 +2.8AnglogldA AU ... ... ... 12.00 7.08 2782 8.86 -13.1ABInBev BUD 3.19e 3.5 22 126.50 87.32 1081 90.51 -18.9Anixter AXE ... ... 16 88.85 56.25 114 71.50 -5.9Annaly NLY 1.20e 11.8 11 12.58 9.95 13332 10.21 -14.1Annaly pfC NLYpC 1.91 7.5 ... 25.99 25.00 12 25.50 Annaly pfD NLYpD 1.88 7.4 ... 25.81 24.06 12 25.42 +.2Annaly pfG NLYpG 1.63 6.7 ... 24.86 23.35 67 24.30 -1.9Annaly pfF NLYpF ... ... ... 26.59 24.54 264 25.45 -1.4Annaly pfE NLYpE 1.91 7.6 ... 25.69 25.12 25.26 Antero n AMGP .16e .9 ... 22.39 14.85 540 17.25 -12.5AnteroMid AM 1.56f 5.2 23 34.18 24.20 541 29.84 +2.8AnteroRes AR 1.00 5.3 39 22.69 16.31 5962 18.71 -1.5Anthem ANTM 3.00 1.1 17 276.00 181.14 1040 273.23 +21.4Anthem un ANTX 2.63 4.6 ... 64.78 50.70 56.86 +1.5Anworth ANH .60 12.7 10 6.20 4.55 900 4.73 -13.1Anwrth pfA ANHpA 2.16 8.0 ... 27.49 25.35 5 26.90 +1.7Anwrth pfB ANHpB 1.56 6.1 ... 30.12 24.60 25.75 -6.2Anwrth pfC ANHpC 1.91 7.6 ... 25.59 24.46 4 25.26 +.4Aon plc AON 1.60 1.0 31 156.71 130.87 1099 155.16 +15.8Apache APA 1.00 2.1 30 49.59 33.60 4468 47.48 +12.5AptInv AIV 1.52 3.5 25 45.64 37.97 1186 43.58 -.3AptInv pfA AIVpA 1.72 6.6 ... 27.80 25.52 1 26.11 -4.7ApolloCRE ARI 1.84 9.5 12 19.57 17.56 901 19.34 +4.8ApoCRE pfA ARIpA 2.16 ... ... ApoCRE pfC ARIpC ... ... ... 25.88 24.80 7 25.78 -.1ApolloGM APO 1.95e 5.4 12 37.35 28.00 843 35.90 +7.3ApollG pfA APOpA 1.59 6.3 ... 26.62 23.98 17 25.10 -4.5ApolG pfB APOpB 1.59 6.4 ... 25.55 24.25 24 24.76 -.3ApolloI 43 AIY 1.72 6.8 ... 26.70 24.99 9 25.45 -2.4ApollSrFlt AFT 1.08a 6.7 ...q 18.69 15.94 47 16.03 -1.2ApolloTact AIF 1.20a 7.7 ...q 16.39 15.27 35 15.63 -.8AppHReit n APLE 1.20 6.9 38 20.19 16.72 859 17.31 -11.3ApldIndlT AIT 1.20 1.5 21 82.35 59.70 123 78.95 +15.9Aptargrp ATR 1.28 1.2 32 112.31 79.97 330 110.38 +27.9Aptiv APTV .22 .3 17 103.23 79.20 2052 87.99 +3.7AquaAm WTR .88f 2.4 27 39.55 32.37 475 37.04 -5.6Aquantia n AQ ... ... ... 18.49 9.60 191 12.79 +12.9Acquavnt n WAAS ... ... ... 18.72 10.87 33 17.71 +14.1Aramark ARMK .90f 2.1 21 46.09 36.29 897 42.78 +.1ArborRT ABR 1.00 8.7 9 12.35 7.88 906 11.45 +32.5Arbor prA ABRpA 2.06 8.0 ... 26.32 24.81 0 25.66 +1.3ArborR pfB ABRpB 1.94 7.6 ... 25.95 24.59 1 25.54 -.1ArborR pfC ABRpC 2.13 8.1 ... 26.58 25.51 0 26.21 +.1ArborRT 21 ABRN 1.84 7.3 ... 25.87 25.23 25.26 -.7ArcLogist ARCX 1.76 10.7 23 16.90 16.16 16.51 ArcelorM rs MT .10p ... 8 37.50 24.74 2622 31.78 -1.6ArchCoal ARCH 1.60 1.7 9 102.61 68.95 250 92.63 -.6ArchDan ADM 1.34 2.7 20 51.11 38.59 2606 49.62 +23.8Archrock AROC .53f 4.5 24 13.75 8.25 603 11.65 +11.0Arconic ARNC .24 1.1 ...dd 31.17 16.47 4321 21.62 -20.7 Arconic pf ARNCp 3.75 4.3 ... 92.00 83.95 0 86.75 +1.1Arconic pfB ARNCpB 2.69 6.9 ... 41.72 38.65 38.90 ArcosDor ARCO ... ... ...cc 10.80 6.05 220 6.55 -36.7ArcusBio n RCUS ... ... ... 19.67 10.80 89 13.47 -21.7Ardaugh n ARD .56 3.3 ... 22.33 14.77 79 16.83 -20.2ArdmoreSh ASC ... ... ...dd 9.05 6.40 111 6.90 -13.8AresCmcl ACRE 1.16f 8.2 12 14.77 11.96 135 14.10 +9.3AresDyCr ARDC 1.40 8.9 ...q 16.73 15.70 78 15.72 -4.3AresMgmt ARES 1.05e 4.6 15 25.95 18.00 565 23.05 +15.3AresMg pfA ARESpA 1.75 6.6 ... 27.29 25.31 13 26.65 +.6Argan AGX 1.00 2.3 15 69.95 34.90 103 43.40 -3.6ArgoGp42 ARGD 1.63 6.4 ... 25.51 25.00 3 25.20 -.3ArgoGpInt ARGO 1.08b 1.7 13 65.90 49.65 95 62.10 +15.8AristaNetw ANET ... ... 50 313.37 177.92 708 274.21 +16.4ArkInnova ARKK ... ... ...q 49.87 33.24 205 47.33 +27.6ArkIndInno ARKQ ... ... ...q 37.47 30.78 9 36.45 +10.7ArkGenom ARKG ... ... ...q 34.69 23.41 108 32.92 +34.4ArkWebX.O ARKW .94p .7 ...q 59.98 39.51 143 57.22 +24.2Ark 3dPr n PRNT ... ... ... 27.21 22.65 2 26.35 +8.1Ark IsrTc n IZRL ... ... ... 22.32 19.16 3 21.88 +7.5ArlingAst AI 2.20 21.7 ...dd 13.35 9.88 487 10.12 -14.1ArlingAst23 AIW 1.66 6.8 ... 25.21 23.58 1 24.50 +.3ArlingAst25 AIC 1.69 7.0 ... 24.85 23.05 2 24.08 -.7ArlAsst pfB AIpB 1.75 7.2 ... 25.85 22.97 3 24.21 -2.9ArmadaHof AHH .80 5.5 19 16.17 12.73 340 14.48 -6.8ArmrR pfA ARRpA 2.06 8.0 ... 25.75 23.71 1 25.67 +.8ArmrR pfB ARRpB 1.97 7.9 ... 25.25 24.09 7 25.04 +.1ArmourR rs ARR 2.72 12.0 6 27.29 21.40 329 22.73 -11.6ArmsFloor AFI ... ... 54 20.46 12.03 228 18.87 +11.5ArmstrWld AWI ... ... 16 73.45 49.25 757 70.40 +16.3ArmstW wi AWI/WI ... ... ... 41.30 ArrwDJYld GYLD 1.59e 9.2 ...q 19.24 16.98 11 17.31 -3.8ArrowEl ARW ... ... 11 87.26 72.31 456 76.25 -5.2ArwQVMEq QVM ... ... ...q 30.15 26.13 29.40 +6.0ArtisanPtr APAM 2.40a 7.2 22 41.45 29.55 187 33.25 -15.8AskanoG g AKG ... ... ... 1.38 .43 193 .83 +18.3AsburyA ABG ... ... 9 77.75 54.51 223 71.20 +11.3AshfordHT AHT .48 7.4 ...dd 8.66 5.42 778 6.50 -3.4Ashfrd pfD AHTpD 2.11 8.0 ... 26.29 25.06 3 26.25 +4.2AshfHT pfF AHTpF 1.84 7.6 ... 25.50 22.21 3 24.09 -5.2AshfrH pfG AHTpG 1.84 7.6 ... 25.39 22.23 9 24.20 -3.7AshfrdH pfH AHTpH 1.88 7.7 ... 25.47 22.44 5 24.55 -3.4AshfrdH pfI AHTpI 1.88 7.7 ... 25.16 22.62 10 24.30 -3.2Ashford AINC ... ... 22 109.82 53.00 13 85.78 -7.8Ashland ASH 1.00f 1.2 47 86.63 64.13 371 85.31 +19.8AsiaPc APB .61e 2.2 ...q 15.71 12.78 2 13.39 -7.1AsiaTigr GRR .07e .6 ...q 11.49 10.08 10.92 +4.9AspenAero ASPN ... ... ...dd 5.58 4.03 3 4.38 -10.2AspenIns AHL .96 2.3 ...dd 46.10 34.80 723 41.60 +2.5Aspen pfC AHLpC 1.49 5.8 ... 28.14 25.21 9 25.50 -6.5AspIns pfD AHLpD 1.41 5.9 ... 26.60 23.85 9 23.93 -7.2AscBnc pfC ASBpC 1.53 6.0 ... 27.50 25.28 3 25.53 -6.1AsscBc pf D ASBpD ... ... ... 26.16 23.64 2 23.96 -7.7AsscdBanc ASB .60 2.2 16 29.03 23.00 1686 26.70 +5.1AsdBan wt ASB/WS ... ... ... 2.80 AssocCap n AC .20 .5 ... 42.50 33.10 17 40.55 +18.9Assurant AIZ 2.24 2.2 51 111.43 84.34 633 103.90 +3.0AssuredG AGO .64 1.5 8 42.71 32.97 622 42.48 +25.4AsdGMu01 AGOpB 1.72 6.7 ... 26.37 25.36 5 25.72 -1.1AsdGMu02 AGOpE 1.56 6.2 ... 26.82 24.81 7 25.25 -3.4AsdGMu03 AGOpF 1.40 5.6 ... 25.81 24.13 4 25.18 +.5AsteriasBio AST ... ... ...dd 3.74 1.20 50 1.40 -37.8AstraZen s AZN 1.37e 3.6 9 39.76 31.99 2143 37.85 +9.1AtHomGr n HOME ... ... 42 40.97 20.07 1964 30.85 +1.5Atento SA ATTO .34p ... 14 12.90 5.45 109 8.00 -21.2Athene n ATH ... ... ... 55.22 43.09 999 52.18 +.9AtkoreInt n ATRK ... ... ... 28.67 17.61 445 25.77 +20.1AtlPwr g AT .12 ... ...dd 2.60 1.80 329 2.20 -6.4ATMOS ATO 1.94 2.1 17 95.22 76.46 410 93.90 +9.3AurynRs n AUG ... ... ... 2.42 .97 55 1.08 -34.1AutoNatn AN ... ... 11 62.02 42.87 406 43.53 -15.2Autohome ATHM ... ... 7 119.50 52.93 558 80.51 +24.5Autoliv ALV 2.32 2.5 15 115.42 83.94 548 91.73 +.2AutoZone AZO ... ... 16 797.89 560.82 287 765.00 +7.5Auxilio n AUXO ... ... 32 3.47 Avalara n AVLR ... ... ... 59.40 32.10 254 40.95 -7.2AvalonHld AWX ... ... ...dd 20.20 1.89 565 3.96 +98.0AvalonBay AVB 5.88 3.3 24 188.91 152.65 561 180.72 +1.3Avangrid n AGR 1.76f 3.6 38 54.55 45.17 270 48.34 -4.4AvanosMd AVNS ... ... 31 66.22 41.51 63.75 +38.0AvayaHl n AVYA ... ... 19 23.76 19.08 514 21.74 +8.7AveICSFd ACP 1.44 11.0 ...q 14.93 13.31 13.12 -6.5AveryD AVY 2.26 2.0 37 123.67 98.02 392 111.34 -3.1Avianca AVH .18e 3.1 ... 9.76 5.12 185 5.72 -28.8AvinoSG g ASM ... ... ... 1.63 .56 922 .64 -52.4Avista AVA 1.49 3.0 28 52.91 47.50 281 50.44 -2.0Avon AVP ... ... 23 2.99 1.38 9439 2.33 +8.4Axalta AXTA ... ... 75 38.20 28.04 2200 30.00 -7.3AXIS Cap AXS 1.56 2.7 ...dd 60.69 47.43 453 57.38 +14.2AXIS pfD AXSpD 1.38 5.7 ... 25.98 23.79 17 24.11 -4.4AxisCap pfE AXSpE ... ... ... 25.85 23.39 20 24.27 -3.6Azul n AZUL ... ... ... 35.05 15.53 562 17.43 -26.9AzurePwr n AZRE ... ... ... 18.10 12.53 27 15.60 +9.9B -B&G Foods BGS 1.90 6.4 8 39.75 22.00 586 29.55 -15.9B2gold g BTG ... ... 28 3.30 2.10 2565 2.27 -26.8BB&T Cp BBT 1.62f 3.2 15 56.31 44.62 2635 50.68 +1.9BB&T pfD BBTpD ... ... ... 26.35 24.87 59 25.42 -.2BB&T pfE BBTpE 1.41 5.6 ... 26.20 24.49 62 24.96 -1.2BB&T pfF BBTpF 1.30 5.3 ... 25.67 23.50 13 24.70 -1.3BB&T pfG BBTpG 1.30 5.3 ... 25.85 23.57 22 24.72 -1.7BB&T pfH BBTpH 1.41 5.6 ... 27.33 24.95 44 25.14 -6.9BBVABFrn BFR .25e 2.2 ... 27.45 7.11 1058 11.39 -54.8BBX Cap n BBX .04f .6 9 10.17 6.32 234 7.18 -9.9BCE g BCE 3.02 ... ... 49.06 39.76 565 40.02 -16.6BG Staffing BGSF 1.20 4.6 30 29.59 14.65 52 25.94 +62.7BGCPtrs 42 BGCA 2.03 8.1 ... 26.44 25.25 25.16 -2.9BHP BillLt BHP 1.66e 3.4 ... 52.62 39.92 1479 49.19 +7.0BHPBil plc BBL 1.66e 3.8 ... 47.92 34.96 725 43.94 +9.0BP MidPt n BPMP ... ... ... 23.00 16.83 345 18.21 -11.5BP PLC BP 2.38 5.3 24 47.83 36.15 6927 45.22 +7.6BP Pru BPT 3.60e 10.8 6 34.00 18.65 168 33.25 +65.4BRF SA BRFS ... ... ... 15.50 4.65 8878 5.25 -53.4BRT BRT .80f 6.7 9 14.20 9.58 43 11.92 +1.1BT Grp s BT .99e 6.6 ... 19.60 13.53 431 14.99 -17.7BWX Tech BWXT .64 1.0 31 72.18 55.55 328 61.97 +2.4tB&W Ent n BW ... ... ...dd 7.66 .99 2349 1.03 -81.9BabShDHi BGH 1.84 9.5 ...q 20.83 18.35 67 19.46 +.4BadgerMtr s BMI .60f 1.1 55 56.40 41.00 58 54.05 +13.1BakHuGE n BHGE .72f 2.2 ...cc 38.10 25.53 3058 32.84 +3.8BallCorp s BLL .40 .9 23 45.21 34.71 2638 44.86 +18.5Ballanty BTN ... ... ...dd 6.55 3.40 5 4.05 -12.9BanColum CIB 1.27e 3.0 ... 51.38 36.38 162 41.83 +5.5BancCalif BANC .52 2.7 15 23.40 18.00 222 19.25 -6.8BcCalif pfC BANCpC 2.00 7.9 ... 26.70 25.46 25.44 -3.0BcCalif pfE BANCpE ... ... ... 28.59 24.70 3 26.01 -1.6BcCal pfD BANCpD 1.84 7.1 ... 26.76 25.58 10 26.04 -1.9BcBilVArg BBVA .27e 4.1 ... 9.54 5.96 3054 6.56 -22.8BcoBrades s BBDO .02r .4 ... 11.90 5.49 2 6.17 -26.8BcoBrad s BBD .06a .9 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BancrftFd BCV 1.16e 5.1 ...q 24.19 19.66 18 22.64 +4.0BkofAm BAC .60f 2.0 16 33.05 24.58 45574 30.74 +4.1BkAML pfI BMLpI 1.59 6.3 ... 26.39 25.26 25.16 -3.2BkAML pfJ BMLpJ 1.02 4.1 ... 25.09 22.64 10 24.81 +6.2BkAm pfD BACpD 1.55 6.2 ... 26.16 25.32 25.05 -3.1BkAm pfE BACpE 1.02 5.0 ... 24.78 23.03 22 24.23 +1.7BkAm pfI BACpI 1.66 6.6 ... 26.87 25.00 25.29 -4.4BkAm pfL BACpL 72.50 5.6 ... 1352.71 1187.95 6 1290.80 -2.1BkAm pfW BACpW 1.66 6.4 ... 27.53 25.75 56 25.94 -4.5BkAm pfY BACpY 1.63 6.2 ... 27.39 25.82 30 26.27 -2.8BkAm wtA BAC/WS/A ... ... ... 19.88 12.38 19.73 +12.4BkAm wtB BAC/WS/B ... ... ... 3.29 .65 3.24 +51.4BkAm pfA BACpA ... ... ... 27.51 25.25 29 26.15 -3.8BkAm pfC BACpC ... ... ... 27.83 25.41 33 26.21 -4.5BkAML pfL BMLpL 1.02 4.3 ... 24.98 22.14 10 23.80 +1.3BkAML pfH BMLpH .77 3.5 ... 22.80 20.09 0 22.05 +2.0BkAML pfG BMLpG .77 3.5 ... 22.83 20.31 1 22.24 +2.7Bk of But n NTB 1.28 2.5 16 53.63 34.86 254 51.85 +42.9BkHawaii BOH 2.40 3.0 17 89.09 77.71 305 81.05 -5.4BkMont g BMO 3.84e ... ... 84.71 73.79 370 83.66 +4.5BkNYMel BK 1.12f 2.1 13 58.99 49.39 3466 52.37 -2.8BkNYM pfC BKpC 1.30 5.2 ... 26.39 23.75 37 24.89 -1.0How to read the stock tablesSTOCK GLOSSARY „ bt primary exchange listing BATS cld issue has been called for redemption by company d new intraday 52-week low g dividends paid in Canadian funds, PE not shown h -Does not meet continued-listing standards lf late ling with SEC n stock was a new issue in the last year the 52-week high and low gures are calculated from their start date pf preferred stock issue pr preferences rs stock has undergone a reverse stock split, decreasing outstanding shares by at least 50 percent within the past year rt right to buy security at a specied price s historical prices have been adjusted for a split or distribution of 20 percent or more in the last 12 months. wi trades will be settled when the stock is issued wd when distributed wt warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock u new intraday 52-week high un unit, including more than one security v Trading halted on primary market vj company in bankruptcy, receivership or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law this appears in front of the name DIVIDEND FOOTNOTES: a: Extra dividend(s) paid, but are not included; 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; 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 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 1 „ Name of stock. 2 „ Ticker Symbol company trades under. 3 „ 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.4 „ 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. 5 „ 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 prots.6 „ Range of closing prices in last year.7 „ Sales in thousands (10 = 10,000 shares), and closing price.8 „ Last trading price of the day. 9 „ Percent change for the year. st Arrows, indicate new highs or lows. Underline: indicates top 100 stocks by volume rank. Bold stocks designates which stocks have gone up or down 5% XYZcorp XYZ 1.20 3.6 17 34.09 27.27 2780 33.72 +20.7 Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg 2 1 3 4 5 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg6 7 9 Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg8 Continued on next pageAdvanced 896 Declined 1918 New Highs 46 New Lows 102 Vol. (in mil.) 3,313 Pvs. Volume 5,495 2,341 3,627 1130 1755 39 48 NYSE NASD Stocks Recap 23,000 24,000 25,000 26,000 27,000 S AMJJA 25,720 26,260 26,800 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 26,562.05 Change: -181.45 (-0.7%) 10 DAYS 6,800 7,200 7,600 8,000 8,400 S AMJJA 7,880 7,980 8,080 Nasdaq compositeClose: 7,993.25 Change: 6.29 (0.1%) 10 DAYSDOW 26709.94 26548.68 26562.05 -181.45 -0.68% s s s +7.45% DOW Trans. 11515.12 11342.84 11370.21 -162.35 -1.41% t t s +7.14% DOW Util. 726.88 719.87 720.52 -6.64 -0.91% t t s -0.39% NYSE Comp. 13237.81 13148.67 13162.05 -74.39 -0.56% s s s +2.76% NASDAQ 7997.90 7912.47 7993.25 +6.29 +0.08% s t s +15.79% S&P 500 2923.79 2912.63 2919.37 -10.30 -0.35% s s s +9.19% S&P 400 2039.56 2023.71 2032.17 -9.19 -0.45% s t s +6.92% Wilshire 5000 30368.13 30245.67 30313.36 -110.64 -0.36% s s s +9.06% Russell 2000 1711.74 1697.76 1705.32 -7.00 -0.41% s t s +11.06% HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. 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+2.5tBlkCAIT BFZ .87 7.0 ...q 14.62 12.31 85 12.29 -10.8BlkCorBd BHK .78 6.1 ...q 14.26 12.60 138 12.84 -8.5BlkCpHiY HYT .84 8.0 ...q 11.47 10.41 151 10.54 -3.7BlkCrdAllo BTZ .97 7.8 ...q 13.66 12.03 114 12.37 -7.1BlkDbtStr rs DSU .82 7.3 ...q 11.86 11.11 117 11.23 -4.0BlkEngyRs BGR 1.32 9.0 ...q 15.77 12.82 65 14.62 +3.1BlkEnhC&I CII 1.20 7.0 ...q 17.36 14.74 91 17.19 +4.9BlkEEqDv BDJ .56 5.9 ...q 9.65 8.03 338 9.49 +2.8BlEnhGvIn EGF .66 5.2 ...q 13.87 12.69 4 12.82 -4.4BlkFltRtInc FRA .81 5.9 ...q 14.63 13.69 130 13.73 -.4BlkFloatR BGT .70 5.3 ...q 14.33 13.02 63 13.13 -5.7BlkFL2020 BFO .37 2.6 ...q 15.11 13.46 0 14.22 -1.4BlkGlbOp BOE 1.16 10.5 ...q 13.08 10.47 158 11.05 -11.7BlkHlthSci BME 2.40 5.8 ...q 42.25 32.81 36 41.50 +13.7BlkIT BKT .37 6.5 ...q 6.34 5.68 111 5.69 -7.8BlkIntlG&I BGY .59 10.3 ...q 6.85 5.63 219 5.72 -12.3tBlkIQM BKN .74a 5.6 ...q 15.21 13.33 43 13.27 -11.1BlkLtdD BLW .95 6.4 ...q 16.30 14.77 95 14.83 -6.7BlkLTMu BTA .65a 5.7 ...q 12.47 11.09 64 11.47 -4.4BlkMDMB BZM .65 4.2 ...q 14.55 13.02 13.03 -4.3BlkMATxE MHE .70a 5.4 ...q 15.00 12.90 12.78 -8.3BlkMultSec BIT 1.40a 8.1 ...q 18.77 16.56 58 17.32 -4.6BlkMuIntD MUI .59a 4.6 ...q 14.37 12.85 71 12.89 -7.4tBlkMuNYInt MNE .69 5.5 ...q 14.43 12.45 7 12.51 -8.1tBlkMunihCA MUC .64 5.1 ...q 15.00 12.58 81 12.55 -11.6tBlkMunHIQ MFL .86 7.0 ...q 15.29 12.27 159 12.25 -16.2tBlMunhNYQ MHN .61a 5.1 ...q 14.25 11.94 108 11.90 -11.1tBlMunhNJQ MUJ .71a 5.6 ...q 14.75 12.59 116 12.60 -12.9tBlkMunihQ MUS .81 7.1 ...q 13.99 11.54 54 11.47 -14.3tBlkMunHQ2 MUE .82 6.9 ...q 14.32 11.78 83 11.75 -15.5tBlMunyCAQ MCA .88 6.9 ...q 15.52 12.78 94 12.76 -13.0BlkMunyInv MYF .97 6.7 ...q 15.78 13.58 28 14.49 -2.4tBlkMunyIQ MFT .85 6.9 ...q 14.65 12.49 15 12.42 -10.9tBlkMYMIQ MIY .83 6.7 ...q 14.35 12.37 76 12.41 -11.4tBlMunyNYQ MYN .57a 5.0 ...q 13.36 11.46 144 11.39 -11.8tBlkMunyPaQ MPA .86 6.8 ...q 14.69 12.65 39 12.68 -11.6tBlMunyQlty MQY .96 7.2 ...q 16.09 13.35 99 13.30 -12.3tBlkMuniyQ3 MYI .70 5.9 ...q 14.56 12.00 272 11.91 -13.8tBlkMuniast MUA .65a 5.0 ...q 15.84 12.99 43 13.04 -12.9sBlk2018 BPK .06 .4 ...q 15.08 14.71 35 15.05 +1.9tBlkMu2020 BKK .47a 3.2 ...q 15.72 14.74 66 14.80 -1.3tBlkMuBdT BBK .76a 5.6 ...q 15.87 13.79 38 13.68 -9.7tBlkMuIIQ BAF .82 6.4 ...q 15.58 12.94 50 12.84 -13.3BlkMunIIT BBF .87 6.6 ...q 15.80 12.75 19 13.12 -6.4tBlkMuIQT BYM .86 6.8 ...q 15.03 12.71 37 12.69 -10.6tBlkMuIT BFK .78 6.3 ...q 14.43 12.45 102 12.43 -11.8BlkMuIT2 BLE .95a 6.9 ...q 15.41 13.31 13.93 -3.5tBlkMuTTT BTT .86a 4.2 ...q 22.86 20.68 154 20.66 -7.5tBlkMunienh MEN .73a 7.3 ...q 12.26 9.97 95 9.98 -14.4tBlkMunihld MHD .89a 6.0 ...q 17.67 14.90 19 14.89 -9.9tBlkMunihd2 MUH .81a 6.1 ...q 15.90 13.33 25 13.30 -10.0BlkMunvst MVF .64a 7.4 ...q 9.86 8.58 8.63 -10.2tBlkMuniv2 MVT .88a 6.6 ...q 15.90 13.34 75 13.33 -13.8BlkMunyAZ MZA .83 5.5 ...q 17.40 14.66 15.03 -7.1tBlMunyldCA MYC .74a 6.1 ...q 15.60 12.76 63 12.69 -14.2BlkMuniyld MYD .80a 6.0 ...q 15.27 13.04 91 13.28 -8.5BlkMunyNJ MYJ .90 6.9 ...q 16.42 13.01 79 13.06 -17.3tBlMunQlt2 MQT .80 6.9 ...q 13.58 11.69 32 11.67 -10.9BlkNJMB BLJ .83a 6.1 ...q 15.30 13.37 13.61 -7.6BlkNJIT BNJ .76 5.5 ...q 16.35 13.68 13.76 -8.6BlkNY18 BLH .03 .2 ...q 14.98 14.66 5 14.91 +1.4BlkNYMB BQH .74 5.8 ...q 15.65 12.81 15 12.83 -12.8BlkNYIQT BSE .69 5.6 ...q 13.59 12.14 15 12.43 -5.5tBlkNYIT BNY .83 6.8 ...q 15.27 12.18 34 12.16 -15.0BlkNYMu2 BFY .84 6.6 ...q 15.76 12.73 12.79 -13.6BlkRsCmdy BCX .79 8.6 ...q 10.50 8.57 212 9.09 -7.0BlkSciTch BST 1.20 3.4 ...q 35.83 23.93 75 34.91 +30.8tBlkStMT BSD .78a 6.4 ...q 14.64 12.14 14 12.12 -11.4BlkU&Inf BUI 1.45 7.0 ...q 21.74 19.08 24 20.74 -4.1BlkVAMB BHV .83 5.3 ...q 19.27 15.53 15.70 -8.8BlkstFltRt BSL 1.08 5.9 ...q 18.51 17.01 39 18.24 +1.3BlkstGSOSt BGB 1.26 7.9 ...q 16.21 15.51 98 15.91 +1.3sBlackstone BX 2.70e 6.8 15 39.85 29.58 6579 39.69 +24.0BlkstnMtg BXMT 2.48 7.3 13 34.58 29.51 1071 34.12 +6.0BlkLSCrInc BGX 1.18 7.2 ...q 17.05 15.60 43 16.29 +2.3BlockHR HRB 1.00 3.9 9 29.81 22.45 4577 25.41 -3.1BlonderT BDR ... ... ...dd 2.20 .38 47 1.14 +88.1BlueAprn n APRN ... ... ...dd 5.93 1.64 4808 1.67 -58.6BlueCapRe BCRH 1.20 11.6 ...dd 18.20 9.10 59 10.35 -14.1BluegVac n BXG .60 3.4 ... 26.22 13.00 169 17.69 -3.1BlueLinx rs BXC ... ... 10 46.42 7.57 231 33.15 +239.7BluerkRsd BRG 1.16 11.7 ...dd 11.81 7.02 89 9.88 -2.3BluerkRs pf BRGpA 2.06 8.0 ... 26.71 24.53 7 25.69 -2.6BluerkR pfD BRGpD 1.78 7.3 ... 25.92 20.84 2 24.32 -3.5BluerkR pfC BRGpC 1.91 7.6 ... 26.38 22.48 2 25.10 -1.4Boeing BA 6.84 1.9 34 374.48 251.17 2798 367.99 +24.8BoiseCasc BCC .28 .7 14 49.30 33.45 574 38.55 -3.4BonanzaCE BCEI ... ... ...dd 40.38 23.66 206 29.50 +6.9BootBarn BOOT ... ... 14 31.62 7.37 607 28.52 +71.7BoozAllnH BAH .76 1.5 24 52.56 35.21 577 49.56 +30.0BorgWarn BWA .68 1.5 13 58.22 42.06 3009 44.52 -12.9BostBeer SAM ... ... 36 329.95 152.85 110 296.85 +55.3BostProp BXP 3.80f 3.1 30 132.82 111.57 560 123.55 -5.0BosProp pfB BXPpB 1.31 5.4 ... 26.36 22.69 4 24.36 -3.5sBostonSci BSX ... ... 30 37.92 24.54 6871 38.40 +54.9BldrG&IFd BIF .11a 1.0 ...q 11.84 10.02 138 11.30 +1.9BovieMed BVX ... ... ...dd 7.62 2.28 115 7.34 +182.3BowlA BWL/A .68 4.3 44 16.64 13.61 1 15.75 +5.0Box Inc n BOX ... ... ...dd 29.79 17.53 2380 23.81 +12.7BoydGm BYD .24 ... 22 40.44 24.53 553 33.68 -3.9BradyCp BRC .85f 1.9 26 47.35 35.00 403 44.10 +16.4BraemHot BHR .64 5.5 9 12.10 8.44 138 11.68 +20.0AshHPr pfB AHPpB ... ... ... 21.34 18.20 19.28 -3.6Brandyw BDN .72 4.5 19 18.69 15.21 671 15.90 -12.6BrasilAgro LND ... ... ... 4.55 3.21 79 3.40 -2.9Braskem BAK .78e 2.7 ... 33.73 21.32 130 28.71 +9.3BridgptEd BPI ... ... 15 13.63 5.31 176 9.99 +20.4BrigStrat BGG .56 2.8 12 27.34 16.26 127 20.23 -20.3BrightHrz BFAM ... ... 53 120.07 81.41 199 116.68 +24.1BrghtSch n BEDU ... ... 92 28.18 10.80 310 11.99 -35.8BrghtSph BSIG ... ... ...cc 16.31 11.89 524 12.72 -21.4Brinker EAT 1.52 3.2 15 54.14 29.94 1630 47.42 +22.1Brinks BCO .60 .8 ...dd 88.10 67.58 285 70.85 -10.0 BrMySq BMY 1.60 2.6 61 70.05 49.96 3412 61.59 +.5BristowGp BRS .28 2.3 ...dd 18.91 8.22 307 12.28 -8.8BritATob s BTI 2.24e 4.8 ... 71.45 46.07 1730 46.34 -30.8BrixmorP BRX 1.10 6.4 14 19.30 13.74 3392 17.13 -8.2BroadrdgF BR 1.94f 1.5 39 138.24 80.30 606 133.46 +47.3Brookdale BKD ... ... ...dd 11.16 6.28 1335 9.40 -3.1sBrkfdAs g s BAM .60 1.4 15 44.33 37.22 811 44.12 +1.3BrookBus n BBU .25 .6 ... 45.66 29.00 17 43.75 +26.7BrkfDtla pf DTLAp 1.91 8.2 ... 31.31 21.50 7 23.19 -19.5BrkGblInf INF 1.40 11.5 ...q 13.63 11.02 16 12.18 -5.8BrkfInfra s BIP 1.88 4.9 27 46.88 37.27 344 38.55 -14.0BrkRlAs n RA .20p ... ... 24.36 21.06 75 23.11 -1.1BrkfReEn BEP 1.96 6.5 ... 35.34 29.57 186 30.24 -13.4HeliosTR rt HTRr ... ... ... .64 BrwnBrn s BRO .30 1.0 28 31.55 23.65 741 30.01 BrownFA s BF/A .79 1.6 30 57.70 40.66 21 50.30 +.6BrownFB s BF/B ... ... 29 59.58 42.58 1345 49.62 Brunswick BC .76 1.1 18 69.82 48.04 1054 66.79 +21.0Buckeye BPL 5.05 14.2 11 59.67 32.03 740 35.59 -28.2Buckle BKE 1.00e 4.4 12 29.65 15.10 295 22.80 -4.0Buenavent BVN ... ... ...dd 16.80 11.67 857 13.37 -5.0BldBear BBW ... ... 27 10.45 7.25 26 8.75 -4.9BungeLt BG 2.00 3.0 29 83.20 61.28 1312 66.23 -1.3BurlStrs BURL ... ... 34 175.48 87.20 1321 157.60 +28.1BylineBc n BY ... ... ... 24.80 19.02 55 22.81 -.7C -C&J Eng n CJ ... ... ... 36.57 18.86 745 22.62 -32.4CTrkMH23 MLPC .89e 5.9 ...q 16.87 12.85 0 15.00 -1.4CtrMillr n MLPE ... ... ... 25.56 19.84 22.49 -3.0CAE Inc g CAE .36 ... ... 21.70 16.62 88 20.10 +8.3CAI Intl CAI ... ... 7 40.11 19.35 73 26.25 -7.3CBIZ Inc CBZ ... ... 27 24.38 14.35 88 23.80 +54.0CBL Asc CBL .80 18.9 2 9.10 3.80 2937 4.24 -25.1CBL pfD CBLpD 1.84 11.1 ... 24.95 16.10 39 16.62 -24.0CBL pfE CBLpE 1.66 11.2 ... 24.97 14.69 25 14.87 -32.6CBRE GRE IGR .60 8.1 ...q 8.05 7.17 263 7.39 -6.7CBRE Grp CBRE .20 .4 18 50.43 37.12 1348 45.25 +4.5CBS A CBS/A .72f 1.3 17 61.70 47.98 2 57.00 -4.7CBS B CBS .72 1.3 13 61.59 47.54 3671 56.58 -4.1CCA Inds CAW ... ... 15 3.40 2.30 4 3.05 -3.2CF Inds s CF 1.20 2.3 ...dd 54.03 33.50 1401 52.81 +24.1CGG rs CGG ... ... 1 7.50 1.88 40 2.81 -37.1CGI g GIB ... ... ... 66.53 50.73 117 66.12 +21.7CIT Grp CIT .64 1.2 21 56.14 44.29 919 53.01 +7.7CKE Inc CK ... ... ... CKX Lands CKX .12m 1.2 42 11.20 9.60 4 10.05 -1.3CMS Eng CMS 1.43 2.9 30 50.83 40.48 1641 48.93 +3.4CNA Fn CNA 1.40f 3.0 13 55.62 44.27 243 46.53 -12.3CNH Indl CNHI .14e 1.1 ...cc 15.65 10.09 1390 12.50 -6.7CNO Fincl CNO .40 1.8 14 26.47 18.65 762 21.68 -12.2CNOOC CEO 4.92e 2.6 ... 192.32 121.88 163 188.11 +31.0CNX Midst CNXM 1.34 6.8 12 21.05 15.25 171 19.62 +17.0CNX Resc CNX .04 .3 ...dd 18.37 11.69 2165 14.57 -.4ConslCoal n CCR 2.05f 11.4 ... 19.16 13.15 16 17.95 +14.7CONSOL n CEIX ... ... 11 48.12 19.51 302 42.16 +6.7CPFL Eng CPL .12e 1.1 ... 17.45 10.36 80 11.33 -1.5CPI Aero CVU ... ... 13 11.75 7.60 8 8.45 -5.6CRH Med CRHM ... ... ...cc 4.50 1.46 78 4.10 +54.7CRH CRH .72e 2.2 ... 39.32 31.38 505 32.87 -8.9CsopChiA50 AFTY 1.17e 7.7 ...q 20.51 13.83 1 15.12 -14.1Csop ChInt CNHX ... ... ...q 31.99 24.65 24.65 -15.4Csop Csi300 HAHA ... ... ...q 36.52 26.87 27.37 -18.7CSS Inds CSS .80 5.4 ...dd 30.29 13.56 27 14.91 -46.4CTS CTS .16 .4 30 39.20 22.75 81 36.25 +40.8CURO Gp n CURO ... ... 62 32.10 13.50 139 30.60 +117.3CVR Engy CVI 3.00f 7.4 ...cc 47.67 24.64 907 40.75 +9.4CVR Ptrs UAN .71e 18.9 ...dd 4.20 2.71 149 3.75 +14.3CVR Rfng CVRR 2.95e ... 17 26.00 9.05 283 19.30 +16.6CVS Health CVS 2.00 2.5 14 83.88 60.14 7129 78.74 +8.6CWA Inco n CWAI ... ... ... 26.93 24.45 24.84 -2.8CYSInv pfA CYSpA 1.94 7.7 ... 25.52 24.01 25.04 +.1CYSInv pfB CYSpB 1.88 7.6 ... 25.31 23.40 24.70 -.3CabGS t34 GYB .83 3.7 ... 23.35 21.60 13 22.25 -3.2CabcoJCP97 PFH 1.91 19.5 ... 15.92 8.74 23 9.80 -33.6CabAT&T34 GYC .83 3.5 ... 25.05 21.30 2 23.43 +3.9CableOne n CABO 8.00f .9 43 899.55 597.40 75 861.14 +22.4Cabot CBT 1.32 2.0 16 68.63 53.18 387 65.28 +6.0CabotO&G COG .24 1.0 44 29.57 21.48 7008 23.20 -18.9CACI CACI ... ... 16 200.85 121.60 188 188.40 +42.3Cactus n WHD ... ... ... 38.84 19.18 590 37.30 +84.2CadencB n CADE .60f 2.3 26 31.44 21.70 1580 26.54 -2.1CaledoMn n CMCL .28 4.2 ... 9.94 5.17 11 6.72 -9.1Caleres CAL .28 .8 16 41.09 26.54 359 34.69 +3.6CalifRes rs CRC ... ... ...dd 48.85 8.84 6218 46.58 +139.6CalifWtr CWT .75 1.8 30 46.15 35.25 208 41.75 -7.9Calix CALX ... ... ...dd 9.05 4.85 197 8.10 +36.1CallGolf ELY .04 .2 50 23.79 13.49 2371 23.50 +68.7CallonPet CPE ... ... 25 14.65 9.75 3938 12.27 +1.0Callon pfA CPEpA 5.00 9.8 ... 53.15 47.11 16 51.10 -.3Calpine CPN ... ... ...dd 15.25 14.60 15.25 +.8CambrE rs CEI ... ... ...dd .40 .08 .10 -19.7Cambrex CBM ... ... 24 67.85 42.55 478 63.00 +31.3CambriaYld SYLD .49e 1.2 ...q 41.00 35.01 13 40.23 +4.8CambFgnY FYLD .75e 2.9 ...q 27.94 23.06 3 25.75 -2.4CambGblV GVAL .54e 2.2 ...q 28.50 22.85 7 24.13 -5.8CamGblMo GMOM .56e 2.1 ...q 29.42 26.00 4 26.82 -2.1CambGlAss GAA .55e 2.0 ... 28.60 26.41 4 26.97 -1.9CambrEmS EYLD ... ... ... 38.25 30.19 0 32.13 -7.4CambSovHi SOVB 1.72e 4.5 ... 28.65 CambEq n CCOR ... ... ... 26.18 24.00 6 25.51 -1.2CambTail n TAIL ... ... ... 24.40 20.00 1 20.09 -11.1CamValMom VAMO ... ... ...q 28.07 23.84 12 25.20 +1.0CamdenPT CPT 3.08 3.3 25 95.67 78.19 510 93.34 +1.4Cameco g CCJ .40 ... ... 12.19 7.68 1319 9.85 +6.7CampSp CPB 1.40 3.5 14 51.07 32.63 1929 39.83 -17.2CampWrl n CWH .54 2.6 ... 47.62 18.16 3049 20.50 -54.2Can-Fite CANF ... ... ... 2.75 1.12 36 1.29 -12.8CdaGoose n GOOS ... ... ... 68.75 19.05 371 58.02 +83.8CIBC g CM 4.49e ... 8 100.01 85.47 720 96.20 -1.2CdnNR gs CNI 1.82f ... ... 90.57 70.59 940 86.81 +5.2CdnNRs gs CNQ 1.34 ... ... 38.20 29.20 3411 32.95 -7.8CP Rwy g CP 2.60 ... ... 211.44 164.01 690 209.32 +14.5CannaeHl n CNNE ... ... ...dd 21.90 16.16 156 21.34 +25.3Canon CAJ ... ... ... 40.67 30.14 222 31.53 -15.7CanopyGr n CGC ... ... ... 55.69 40.68 11660 52.50 +1.9CantelMed CMD .17e .2 41 130.92 85.00 356 96.19 -6.5CapOne COF 1.60 1.6 15 106.50 81.79 1980 97.63 -2.0CapOne wt COF/WS ... ... ... 63.91 40.04 62.00 +6.9CapOne pfC COFpC 1.56 6.1 ... 26.79 25.49 17 25.75 -1.6CapOne pfD COFpD 1.68 6.4 ... 27.34 25.82 28 26.30 -1.9CapOne pfF COFpF 1.55 6.0 ... 27.31 25.49 10 25.80 -4.6CapOne pfB COFpP 1.50 6.0 ... 25.80 24.91 33 25.19 -.5CpOne pf H COFpH ... ... ... 27.19 25.12 17 25.71 -4.5CapOne pfG COFpG ... ... ... 25.55 23.25 44 24.69 -1.4CapSenL CSU ... ... ...dd 16.72 7.18 228 9.29 -31.1CapInv n CIC ... ... ... 10.10 9.60 25 9.90 +2.3CapInv wt CIC/WS ... ... ... 1.20 1.05 1.10 CapsteadM CMO .64 8.0 12 9.89 7.98 611 8.03 -7.2Capstd pfE CMOpE 1.88 7.4 ... 25.85 24.62 19 25.25 -.4CarboCer CRR ... ... ...dd 12.69 6.10 383 7.98 -21.6CardnlHlth CAH 1.90 3.5 ...dd 75.75 48.14 4957 53.91 -12.0Care.com CRCM ... ... ...cc 22.95 14.18 227 20.82 +15.4Carlisle CSL 1.48 1.2 20 129.47 97.03 317 122.48 +7.8CarMax KMX ... ... 20 81.67 57.05 2036 75.88 +18.3Carnival CCL 2.00 3.0 16 72.70 56.45 3609 66.81 +.7CarnUK CUK 1.80f 2.7 ... 72.29 56.76 281 66.04 -.4CarpTech CRS .80f 1.4 46 61.49 41.75 176 58.79 +15.3tCarrSrv CSV .30 1.4 15 28.96 21.95 105 21.91 -14.8Cars.cm CARS ... ... ... 32.94 20.94 779 26.75 -7.2Carters CRI 1.80 1.9 15 129.00 91.41 977 93.56 -20.4Carvana A n CVNA ... ... ... 72.59 12.17 1031 59.54 +211.4CastleBr ROX ... ... ...dd 1.47 .90 201 .99 -18.9CastlightH CSLT ... ... ...dd 5.95 2.65 800 2.85 -24.0Catalent CTLT ... ... 74 47.87 36.73 571 43.03 +4.7tCatchMTim CTT .54 4.7 ...dd 13.73 11.67 389 11.61 -11.6Caterpillar CAT 3.44f 2.2 19 173.19 123.62 3844 154.00 -2.3CatoCp CATO 1.32 6.3 21 26.88 10.76 188 20.99 +31.8CedarF FUN 3.56 6.8 14 70.82 50.10 142 52.07 -19.9CedarRlty CDR .20 4.6 11 6.29 3.54 369 4.38 -28.0CedarR pfB CDRpB 1.81 7.4 ... 25.61 22.03 4 24.59 -2.7CedrRT pfC CDRpC 1.63 7.4 ... 25.39 18.82 0 22.06 -11.9CelSci wt CVM/WS ... ... ... .05 .00 .04 +115.8Cel-Sci rs CVM ... ... ... 4.44 .82 741 3.85 +103.7Celanese CE 2.16f 1.9 12 119.29 95.45 885 116.64 +8.9Celestic g CLS ... ... 9 12.76 9.79 338 10.86 +3.6Cellcom CEL ... ... 7 10.62 5.43 17 6.74 -33.9Cementos CPAC .50e 4.9 ... 14.11 9.20 7 10.15 -18.1Cemex CX .29t ... ... 9.32 5.72 3367 6.90 -8.0Cemig pf CIG .08e 4.7 ... 2.71 1.56 3050 1.72 -16.5Cemig CIG/C .08e 4.8 ... 2.70 1.56 1 1.67 -10.0CenovusE CVE .20 ... 7 11.52 7.09 2551 9.63 +5.5Centene s CNC ... ... 22 148.24 83.56 1044 142.98 +41.7CC MLPInf CEN 1.25 13.2 ...q 11.48 8.12 173 9.49 -4.7CenterPnt CNP 1.11 4.0 20 30.17 24.81 2404 27.82 -1.9CentElBr B EBR/B ... ... ... 9.06 3.43 15 4.51 -33.6CentElecBr EBR ... ... ... 7.86 3.14 839 3.83 -32.8CnEurRusT CEE .56e 2.4 ...q 28.32 22.26 3 23.78 -2.5CFCda g CEF .01 .1 ...q 13.75 12.57 13.50 +.7tCenPacFn CPF .84 3.1 17 33.15 27.19 167 27.20 -8.8CentSecur CET 1.78e .7 ...q 30.12 25.53 11 29.75 +8.6CentrusEn LEU ... ... ...dd 5.14 2.18 4 2.57 -35.9CentCmtys CCS ... ... 10 36.00 24.00 609 26.95 -13.3CntryLink CTL 2.16 9.4 9 24.20 13.16 6894 22.90 +37.3CerdHCM n CDAY ... ... ...dd 44.98 29.68 223 42.31 +38.6Cervecer CCU .35e 1.3 ... 30.35 24.37 127 27.64 -6.6ChannAdv ECOM ... ... ...dd 15.63 8.30 79 11.05 +22.8CharahSol n CHRA ... ... ... 12.00 5.27 423 6.37 -46.9ChRvLab CRL ... ... 25 132.49 96.70 178 128.75 +17.6ChaseCorp CCF .80f .7 37 131.70 95.00 23 122.60 +1.7ChathLTr CLDT 1.32 6.4 28 23.91 17.90 132 20.69 -9.1CheetahM CMCM ... ... ... 18.18 7.38 431 9.88 -18.2Chegg CHGG ... ... ...dd 32.82 13.75 895 31.41 +92.5Chemed CHE 1.12 .4 28 335.99 190.76 98 313.95 +29.2Chemours n CC 1.00f 2.5 10 58.08 38.49 1529 39.84 -20.4CheniereEn LNG .56p ... ...dd 69.50 43.46 1834 67.91 +26.1ChenEnLP CQP 2.24 5.7 ...dd 40.01 26.68 187 39.42 +33.0CherHMtg CHMI 1.96 10.6 4 19.20 16.01 124 18.47 +2.7ChrHMt pfA CHMIpA 2.05 8.0 ... 26.03 24.47 9 25.70 -.4ChesEng CHK ... ... 8 5.60 2.53 29668 4.67 +17.9ChesEn pfD CHKpD 4.50 8.1 ... 58.43 45.99 1 55.65 +12.0ChesGranW CHKR .32e 19.1 1 2.30 1.20 61 1.65 -10.8ChespkLdg CHSP 1.60 4.9 34 33.81 24.98 234 32.67 +20.6ChespkUtil CPK 1.48f 1.8 24 90.90 66.35 69 83.90 +6.8Chevron CVX 4.48 3.7 54 133.88 108.02 6534 122.62 -2.1ChiRivet CVR .84 2.6 ... 33.52 28.70 3 32.44 +2.0Chicos CHS .34 4.1 11 10.90 7.07 1659 8.33 -5.6Chimera rs CIM 2.00 10.7 8 19.77 15.77 1181 18.70 +1.2Chimer pfA CIMpA 2.00 7.7 ... 26.74 24.51 15 25.88 +.2Chimer pfB CIMpB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.47 24.88 26 25.71 -.3ChiCBlood CO ... ... 38 12.44 8.65 11.79 +18.5ChinaDEd DL .45e ... 9 10.71 6.61 9 8.04 -13.3ChinaEAir CEA ... ... ... 45.33 24.44 7 32.30 -10.6ChinaFd CHN .55e 2.8 ...q 24.76 18.60 48 19.40 -10.4tChinaGreen CGA .10e 11.2 1 2.11 .87 72 .89 -28.2ChinaLife s LFC .14e 1.2 ... 17.85 10.49 691 11.28 -27.7ChinaMble CHL 3.50e 7.3 ... 53.23 43.25 499 48.09 -4.8ChiNBorun BORN ... ... 2 1.57 1.03 8 1.12 -11.1ChOnlEd n COE ... ... ... 14.90 6.98 18 9.31 -25.5ChinaPet SNP 3.73e 3.8 ... 105.61 69.60 73 97.72 +33.2ChinaPhH CPHI ... ... ...dd 1.45 .15 105 .21 +17.6 ChinRap n XRF ... ... ... 12.86 1.60 101 2.57 -55.1ChinaSoAir ZNH .64e 2.0 ... 70.52 29.01 48 32.33 -37.6ChinaTel CHA 1.21e 2.5 ... 53.78 41.28 25 47.62 +.3ChinaUni CHU ... ... ... 15.53 11.25 405 11.71 -13.5ChiXFsh rs XNY ... ... ...dd 7.10 3.60 6.55 +33.9ChinaYuch CYD .73e 4.1 6 27.98 17.43 46 17.66 -26.4ChinZenix ZX ... ... ...dd 2.31 .86 1.38 +13.4Chipotle CMG ... ... ...cc 530.68 247.52 620 465.89 +61.2ChoiceHtls CHH .86 1.0 41 85.35 62.89 255 82.75 +6.6ChrisBnk CBK ... ... ...dd 1.52 .75 99 .79 -38.2ChubbLtd CB 2.92e 2.1 17 157.50 123.96 1348 137.08 -6.2ChungTel CHT 1.29e 3.7 ... 39.33 33.54 42 35.34 -.3ChurchDwt s CHD .87f 1.5 ... 60.39 43.21 1371 59.10 +17.8CienaCorp CIEN ... ... 7 32.33 19.40 3976 31.34 +49.7Cigna CI .04 ... 20 227.13 163.02 2836 203.24 +.1Cimarex XEC .72 .8 13 130.16 80.53 1104 94.62 -22.4CincB pfB CBBpB 3.38 7.0 ... 51.80 47.56 1 48.53 -4.8CinciBell rs CBB ... ... 66 22.20 9.90 259 15.15 -27.3Cinemark CNK 1.28 3.3 17 44.00 32.60 864 38.88 +11.7CinerRes CINR 2.27 8.3 11 29.36 23.76 5 27.20 +8.3Circor CIR .15 .3 29 56.37 35.16 88 47.95 -1.5Cision CISN ... ... 45 18.28 11.13 606 16.98 +43.0CapAcIII wt CISNW ... ... ... 1.88 CitGBP Dl n UGBP ... ... ... 32.62 19.06 0 21.76 -17.8CitCHF Dl n UCHF ... ... ... 32.08 22.48 25.77 -2.9Citi GBP n DGBP ... ... ... 30.45 18.65 26.74 +25.4CitEUR Dl n UEUR ... ... ... 31.62 19.65 2 22.67 -17.8Citi EUR n DEUR ... ... ... 30.00 18.78 3 25.66 +11.9Citi AUD n DAUD ... ... ... 30.28 18.62 27.56 +37.8CitAUD Dl n UAUD ... ... ... 32.65 18.71 0 20.41 -23.6Citi JPY n DJPY ... ... ... 25.15 18.17 3 25.00 +9.6CitJPY Dl n UJPY ... ... ... 39.22 23.90 24.24 -17.1Citi CHF n DCHF ... ... ... 26.77 19.08 23.64 +.3CitiStratDv DIVC ... ... ...q 37.34 35.00 36.39 +4.0Citigp pfN CpN 1.97 7.3 ... 27.78 26.03 128 26.95 -1.9CgpVelLCrd UWT ... ... ... 45.10 14.22 2167 42.33 +72.7tCgpVelICrd DWT ... ... ... 26.32 5.63 11027 5.51 -60.8Citigroup C 1.80f 2.4 12 80.70 64.38 14023 73.84 -.8Citigp wtA C/WS/A ... ... ... .15 .06 .12 +23.0Citigrp pfC CpC 1.45 5.7 ... 25.86 24.70 25.28 -.7Citigp pfJ CpJ 1.78 6.3 ... 29.74 27.59 134 28.08 -2.7Citigp pfK CpK 1.72 6.2 ... 29.38 26.85 56 27.84 -2.4Citigrp pfP CpP 2.03 7.9 ... 28.71 25.65 25.68 -1.3Citigrp pfS CpS 1.58 6.1 ... 27.40 25.44 30 26.07 -3.2Citigrp pfL CpL 1.72 6.7 ... 27.12 25.48 9 25.64 -3.5CitizFincl CFG .52 1.3 11 48.23 36.06 2939 40.41 -3.7CitizInc CIA ... ... ...cc 8.80 6.67 46 8.35 +13.6CityOffce g CIO .94 ... 10 13.93 10.03 297 12.32 -5.3CityOff pfA CIOpA 1.66 6.6 ... 26.28 22.78 3 25.10 -.3Civeo CVEO ... ... ...dd 4.64 1.83 385 3.72 +36.3CivitasSolu CIVI ... ... 25 19.90 11.15 24 14.55 -14.9ClaudeR g CGR ... ... ... .18 ClayGSCn GCE 1.43e 9.1 ...q 17.55 14.85 15.71 -5.7CleanHarb CLH ... ... ...cc 72.50 44.75 331 69.91 +29.0sClearChan CCO ... ... ...dd 5.85 3.60 123 5.80 +26.1ClrBrEnTR CTR 1.35e 11.9 ...q 13.18 9.50 92 11.32 -2.6ClrLgCap n LRGE ... ... ... 34.17 26.97 0 33.85 +15.2ClrbrgMLP CBA .80m 10.2 ...q 9.58 6.53 223 7.83 -5.4ClearEnFd CEM 1.76f 12.2 ...q 17.36 12.10 138 14.45 -5.4ClrbEOpFd EMO 1.47e 13.0 ...q 13.36 9.56 63 11.33 -4.0ClearwPpr CLW ... ... 17 50.60 21.55 100 30.85 -32.0ClearwEn A CWEN/A 1.12f 5.7 40 20.68 15.30 204 19.77 +4.9ClearwEn C CWEN 1.28f 6.4 27 20.75 15.55 367 19.85 +5.0sClevCliffs CLF ... ... 8 12.46 5.60 8535 12.40 +72.0ClipRlty n CLPR .38 ... ...dd 13.20 7.62 32 13.00 +30.1Clorox CLX 3.84 2.6 25 153.38 113.57 634 149.95 +.8CloudPeak CLD ... ... ...dd 5.70 2.14 249 2.47 -44.5Cloudera n CLDR ... ... ...dd 22.43 12.57 1806 17.43 +5.5CloughGA GLV 1.44 11.7 ...q 14.39 12.25 20 12.34 -7.5CloughGEq GLQ 1.38 9.3 ...q 15.84 12.71 70 14.83 +10.9ClghGlbOp GLO 1.20 11.0 ...q 11.67 10.40 146 10.92 +.4CCFemsa KOF 1.75e 2.9 ... 79.42 54.53 44 60.14 -13.6CocaCola KO 1.56 3.4 87 48.62 41.45 10591 46.07 +.4CocaCEur n CCE 1.04 2.3 ... 46.16 36.17 1528 45.30 +13.7Coeur CDE ... ... 51 9.87 5.18 2622 5.59 -25.5Cohen n COHN .80 8.0 ...dd 12.00 7.50 4 10.00 +24.7CohSClosed FOF 1.04 7.9 ...q 13.52 11.60 31 13.19 -.9CohStGlbI INB 1.12 12.0 ...q 10.44 9.05 53 9.33 -5.6Cohen&Str CNS 1.32 3.2 19 47.83 37.53 97 41.43 -12.4CohStInfra UTF 1.60 7.1 ...q 24.61 20.88 211 22.62 -5.8tC&SLtDP&I LDP 1.87 7.9 ...q 27.13 23.86 104 23.83 -8.6C&SIncEgy MIE 1.32 12.7 ...q 11.40 8.86 161 10.39 +1.4CohStQIR RQI .96 7.9 ...q 12.93 10.55 282 12.14 -4.0CohStRE RNP 1.48 7.6 ...q 21.98 17.91 104 19.50 -8.3CohStSelPf PSF 2.06 7.6 ...q 29.03 25.16 29 27.05 -4.2CohenStTR RFI .96 7.8 ...q 13.10 11.50 98 12.23 -4.2Colfax CFX ... ... 26 43.29 28.80 429 36.01 -9.1ColgPalm CL 1.68 2.5 24 77.91 61.28 2712 67.94 -10.0ColonCap CLNS ... ... ... 13.03 5.28 2167 6.15 -46.1ColCap pfB CLNSpB 2.06 8.1 ... 25.95 22.26 6 25.44 +.1ColCap pfE CLNSpE 2.19 8.5 ... 27.45 23.86 61 25.86 -2.7ColCap pfG CLNSpG 1.88 7.8 ... 25.95 22.49 2 24.16 -3.9ColCap pfJ CLNSpJ ... ... ... 24.84 21.48 10 23.10 -5.9ColCap pfI CLNSpI 1.79 7.8 ... 25.75 21.81 7 23.02 -8.6ColCap pfH CLNSpH 1.78 7.7 ... 25.89 21.61 5 23.00 -8.0ColNthSC n CLNC ... ... ...cc 21.20 18.16 19.47 -5.2Col BdSt n GMTB ... ... ... Col Sust n ESGW ... ... ... 32.13 27.20 30.39 +.8Col SusInt n ESGN ... ... ... 32.31 27.17 29.14 -4.6Col SusUS n ESGS ... ... ... 32.51 28.62 30.78 +4.0ColumTr ef n DIAL ... ... ... 20.09 19.78 19.80 -.7Col Bey BBRC .50e 2.8 ...q 20.47 16.95 2 17.62 -4.4ColEmxChi XCEM ... ... ...q 30.22 24.42 2 25.66 -7.3ColQualDv HILO .32e 2.2 ...q 17.10 13.72 14.69 -7.6Col EMCns ECON .10e .4 ...q 29.87 21.32 120 22.29 -20.8Col IndiaC INCO .03e .1 ...q 51.06 41.41 17 41.56 -16.2Col IndiaInf INXX .10e .8 ...q 16.79 11.99 9 12.14 -23.5Col IndSC SCIN .17e 1.1 ...q 25.98 14.12 10 15.28 -34.8ColumbPT CXP .80 3.4 14 25.07 19.55 686 23.39 +1.9ColSelTec STK .92a 4.3 ...q 24.58 20.09 72 21.55 -3.1Comcst29 CCZ 1.58e 3.0 ... 64.00 50.35 52.50 -16.5Comerica CMA 2.40f 2.6 16 102.66 73.00 1085 93.75 +8.0Comeric wt CMA/WS ... ... ... 65.50 44.22 65.50 +12.3ComfrtS FIX .34f .6 34 59.05 34.65 404 54.65 +25.2ComndSec MOC ... ... ...dd 3.55 1.20 96 2.79 -9.1CmclMtls CMC .48 2.4 42 26.72 17.58 1193 20.39 -4.4CmtyBkSy CBU 1.52f 2.4 17 67.07 50.69 136 62.45 +16.2CmtyHlt CYH ... ... ...dd 7.89 2.66 1744 3.49 -18.1CmtyHcT n CHCT 1.61f 5.5 80 32.81 22.41 42 29.45 +4.8CBD-Pao CBD .08e .4 ... 25.90 17.91 540 20.84 -11.6CompDivHd CODI 1.44 8.1 ...dd 18.35 14.60 171 17.80 +5.0ComDivH pf CODIpA 1.81 7.9 ... 25.75 20.01 4 22.79 -7.6CompssMn CMP 2.88 4.3 24 76.65 56.50 246 67.30 -6.9Compx CIX .20 1.5 13 16.50 11.95 1 13.30 ComstkM rs LODE ... ... ... .94 .13 686 .15 -61.3ComstkRs rs CRK ... ... ...dd 12.32 4.01 459 8.76 +3.5ConAgra CAG .85 2.3 18 39.43 32.90 3896 36.77 -2.4ConchoRes CXO ... ... 22 163.11 123.63 2701 147.07 -2.1ConcdMed CCM ... ... ...dd 4.20 2.46 3.06 -8.1CondHos rs CDOR .78e 7.5 21 10.99 9.26 6 10.40 +4.5Conduent n CNDT ... ... ... 23.39 14.95 1128 22.17 +37.2sConocoPhil COP 1.14f 1.5 62 76.66 48.70 6365 77.06 +40.4ConEd ED 2.86 3.7 16 89.70 71.12 2005 76.61 -9.8CnsTom CTO .28f .5 7 67.97 55.65 5 62.01 -2.3ConstellA STZ 2.96f 1.4 17 236.62 197.32 927 216.32 -5.4ConstellB STZ/B 2.68f 1.2 21 234.00 198.11 0 217.48 -4.4Constellm CSTM ... ... ... 14.10 9.08 328 12.25 +9.9CnE pfB CMSpB 4.50 4.4 ... 105.95 96.93 0 103.00 -.9ContainStr TCS ... ... 23 12.42 3.53 234 11.28 +138.0Contango MCF ... ... ...dd 7.25 2.22 292 6.43 +36.5ContlBldg CBPX ... ... 22 39.60 25.00 315 37.85 +34.5ContMatls CUO ... ... ...dd 20.15 15.50 2 16.40 -13.7ContlRescs CLR ... ... 56 69.91 36.05 2432 65.21 +23.1Cnvrgys CVG .44 1.8 21 26.72 21.13 2156 24.52 +4.3CooperCo COO .06 ... ...cc 270.64 216.47 220 269.44 +23.7CooperTire CTB .42 1.4 36 40.78 22.58 566 29.30 -17.1CooperStd CPS ... ... 13 146.78 105.00 164 121.04 -1.2CopaHold CPA 3.48 4.5 9 141.34 74.77 451 77.93 -41.9Copel ELP .26e 5.0 ... 9.41 4.70 244 5.25 -31.2CoreLabs CLB 2.20 2.0 62 130.34 87.66 391 112.42 +2.6tCoreMold CMT .05 ... ... 23.85 7.45 63 7.40 -65.9tCorePtLd n CPLG ... ... ... 28.30 19.99 248 19.95 -28.5Corecivic CXW 1.72 7.0 14 27.50 18.61 967 24.57 +9.2CoreLogic CLGX ... ... 22 55.79 42.00 276 50.26 +8.8CorEn pfA CORRpA 1.84 7.3 ... 26.93 24.50 7 25.23 -2.0CorEnInf rs CORR 3.00 8.0 16q 39.46 33.41 32 37.72 -1.3CoreSite COR 4.12 3.8 40 119.59 89.76 999 108.05 -5.1Corindus n CVRS ... ... ...dd 1.65 .66 918 1.37 +35.6sCorMedix CRMD ... ... ...dd .80 .17 9154 .69 +37.6CrnstTotR CRF 3.35 24.2 ...q 16.22 13.42 191 13.86 -9.3CrnrstnStr CLM 3.40 24.3 ...q 16.24 13.10 258 14.02 -9.4Corning GLW .72 2.0 ...dd 36.56 26.11 3178 35.69 +11.6CpBT JCP JBN 1.75 20.1 ... 15.35 8.61 1 8.71 -30.7CorpCapT n CCT 1.61 10.3 ... 19.00 14.43 325 15.68 -1.9CorpOffP OFC 1.10 3.7 15 33.81 24.55 413 29.57 +1.3Cort1Aon27 KTN 2.05 6.8 ... 35.11 30.06 0 30.17 -7.8CortsJCP97 KTP 1.91 19.7 ... 16.26 9.16 11 9.68 -32.2CortsJCP JBR 1.75 20.0 ... 14.92 8.61 3 8.74 -30.0CortsPE KTH 2.00 6.3 ... 35.00 30.26 31.80 -1.7Cosan Ltd CZZ .26e 3.7 ... 11.89 6.21 864 7.07 -27.1Costamre CMRE .40 5.8 ... 8.39 5.45 196 6.86 +18.9Costam pfB CMREpB 1.91 7.8 ... 27.43 22.95 1 24.52 -2.0Costmr pfC CMREpC 2.13 8.4 ... 26.24 23.61 1 25.26 -.7Costam pfD CMREpD 2.19 8.5 ... 26.89 24.96 3 25.87 +.1Cott Cp COT .24 1.6 ...cc 17.78 14.06 924 15.06 -9.6Coty COTY .50 3.8 ... 21.68 10.73 12962 13.03 -34.5Cntwd pfB CFCpB 1.75 6.8 ... 26.77 25.46 25.72 -2.6CousPrp CUZ .26 2.9 14 9.88 8.23 3386 8.91 -3.7CovantaH CVA 1.00 5.9 ...dd 18.05 14.15 564 16.95 +.3CovrAll n COVR ... ... ... Crane CR 1.40 1.4 32 102.65 77.80 228 98.18 +10.0CrwfdA CRD/A .28 3.1 64 9.95 6.78 17 8.90 +4.7CrwfdB CRD/B .20 2.2 66 12.40 7.54 11 9.24 -4.0Credicp BAP 8.57e 3.8 ... 239.54 189.69 153 224.70 +8.3CS EnEur50 FIEU ... ... ...q 153.69 117.18 117.18 -14.6CS FILgCG FLGE ... ... ...q 297.91 190.77 2 295.10 +29.4CS LgSh n CSLS ... ... ... 27.99 CrSuisInco CIK .26 8.3 ...q 3.46 3.11 154 3.17 -4.2CS InvBr n DBRT ... ... ... 85.47 23.07 26.36 -47.4CS LgBrnt n UBRT ... ... ... 316.38 115.89 246.59 +38.2CS MthlMtg REML ... ... ... 33.31 22.00 27 26.88 -12.2CS MthlyP AMJL .99e ... ... CSVLgNG rs UGAZ ... ... ...q 123.50 49.72 62.90 -13.5CS CrdeOil OIIL ... ... ... 44.64 29.46 43.00 +22.2CS MAsHi MLTI 1.30e ... ... 29.12 27.00 27.92 -.3CS SP mlp MLPO 1.12e 7.9 ... 14.33 13.92 14.09 -1.3CredSuiss CS 1.22e 7.8 ... 19.98 14.63 1402 15.69 -12.1CrSuiHiY DHY .29 11.0 ...q 2.89 2.56 281 2.63 -7.4CrescPtE g CPG .12 1.9 35 9.25 5.06 1579 6.30 -17.3CrestEq rs CEQP 2.40 6.6 ...dd 40.55 22.15 289 36.10 +39.9InergyM wi NRGM/WI ... ... ... 22.72 CrossAmer CAPL 2.10m 11.7 47 27.75 15.50 32 17.88 -24.7CrosTim CRT 1.29e 8.7 15 15.97 11.46 16 14.86 +1.2CrwnCstle CCI 4.20 3.8 ...cc 114.97 98.85 1918 110.23 -.7CrwnCst pfA CCIpA 1.72 .2 ... 1160.00 1023.93 8 1089.22 -3.8CrownHold CCK ... ... 20 62.27 40.09 1884 48.26 -14.2sCryolife CRY .12 .3 ...cc 35.05 16.80 124 35.35 +84.6CrystalRk CRVP ... ... ...dd 1.24 .69 .97 +16.3CubeSmart CUBE 1.20 4.1 27 33.18 24.96 1274 28.94 +.1 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next pageMONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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Cubic CUB .27 .4 ...dd 77.35 50.45 133 71.05 +20.5CullenFr CFR 2.68 2.5 19 121.66 90.45 296 107.30 +13.4CullnF pfA CFRpA 1.34 5.4 ... 25.62 24.11 8 24.82 -1.2Culp Inc CULP .36 1.5 15 34.05 22.80 31 24.20 -27.8Cummins CMI 4.56f 3.1 42 194.18 129.90 1922 149.08 -15.6CurEuro FXE ... ... ...q 120.65 110.63 111.89 -3.2CurAstla FXA .62 .8 ...q 81.36 74.35 75.68 -3.0CurBrit FXB ... ... ...q 139.24 126.73 129.54 -1.3CurrCda FXC .03e ... ...q 80.48 75.31 76.11 -3.0CurrChina FXCH ... ... ... 78.37 73.41 76.42 +2.0CurJpn FXY ... ... ...q 91.62 83.92 87.37 +2.6CurSwed FXS ... ... ...q 121.32 105.69 106.93 -8.0CurSwiss FXF ... ... ...q 102.27 93.42 95.00 -1.9CurShSinga FXSG ... ... ...q 75.87 71.76 73.59 +.4CurtisWrt CW .60 .4 28 143.38 102.81 163 135.91 +11.5Cush Jn37 n PPLN ... ... ... 23.09 16.55 0 18.90 -5.3CushTRet rs SRV 1.08 9.1 ...q 13.05 10.00 22 11.89 -.4CushngRen SZC 1.64 8.5 ...q 21.30 15.35 25 19.19 -5.5CushRoy rs SRF .48 5.2 ...q 10.10 8.30 11 9.32 -.4tCustomBcp CUBI ... ... 9 33.85 23.80 163 24.04 -7.5CustBcp 18 CUBS 1.59 6.3 ... 26.11 25.08 25.18 -2.1CustBc p C CUBIpC .57p ... ... 27.15 25.90 3 25.94 -2.3CustBc pfD CUBIpD ... ... ... 27.45 24.60 2 26.10 -2.1CustBc pfE CUBIpE ... ... ... 27.15 23.75 3 26.10 -1.7CustoBc pf F CUBIpF ... ... ... 26.87 25.02 1 25.46 -2.9CynergT n CTEK ... ... ... 5.45 2.70 8 3.75 -7.4CypressEn CELP .84 11.6 13 8.50 5.50 17 7.23 +20.5D -DCP Mid DCP 3.12 7.9 88 46.67 32.08 369 39.47 +8.6DCP Md pfB DCPpB 1.97 7.8 ... 26.34 25.05 9 25.27 -4.1DDR Corp rs DDR .80 6.0 9 32.00 12.50 1978 13.33 DDR pfJ DDRpJ 1.63 6.6 ... 25.55 21.38 2 24.75 -1.5DDR pfK DDRpK 1.56 6.5 ... 25.98 21.04 12 24.02 -6.4DDR Cp pfA DDRpA ... ... ... 26.89 22.40 12 25.25 -4.1DGSE DGSE ... ... ...dd 1.37 .57 12 .65 -30.2DHI Grp DHX ... ... 6 3.25 1.25 101 1.95 +2.6DHT Hldgs DHT .20e 4.3 ...dd 4.99 3.27 573 4.69 +30.6DNP Selct DNP .78 7.1 ...q 11.57 9.71 335 11.03 +2.1DR Horton DHI .50 1.2 16 53.32 36.56 4773 41.95 -17.9Drdgold DRD .03e 1.5 ... 4.00 1.76 380 2.06 -36.8DSW Inc DSW 1.00 3.1 31 34.02 17.75 1710 32.66 +52.5DTE DTE 3.53 3.3 19 116.74 94.25 936 108.51 -.9DTEEn 62 DTQ 1.31 5.4 ... 25.49 23.59 16 24.31 -3.1DTE En76 n DTJ 1.34 5.6 ... 25.98 23.99 7 24.10 -5.4DTE En27 n DTW 1.31 5.5 ... 25.75 23.34 34 23.76 -7.5DTE F76 n DTY 1.50 5.8 ... 27.90 25.37 19 25.73 -3.9DTE En un DTV ... ... ... 57.14 48.68 4 52.03 -3.6DTF TxF DTF .84 6.6 ...q 14.50 12.62 15 12.71 -9.6DXC Tch n DXC .76f .8 ...cc 96.75 72.48 1870 94.34 +14.9DanaInc DAN .24 1.2 15 35.27 18.08 1030 19.48 -39.1Danaher DHR .64 .6 27 108.59 83.81 1900 107.83 +16.2Danaos DAC ... ... 2 2.50 1.05 165 1.65 +13.8DaqoNEn DQ ... ... 3 72.50 27.08 258 30.75 -48.3Darden DRI 3.00 2.6 22 124.00 77.55 1810 113.28 +18.0DarlingIng DAR ... ... 35 20.96 15.80 714 18.77 +3.5DaVita Inc DVA ... ... 17 80.71 52.51 1726 70.14 -2.9Daxor DXR .15 2.9 ... 21.66 3.40 20 5.25 +14.8DeanFoods DF .36 4.9 53 12.09 7.32 1176 7.40 -36.0DeckrsOut DECK ... ... ...cc 124.68 63.32 422 111.64 +39.1Deere DE 2.76 1.8 26 175.26 122.39 1710 151.55 -3.2DE EnhGlb DEX .90 8.0 ...q 12.70 10.99 54 11.32 -6.7DelaCO VCF .72 5.0 ...q 16.29 14.00 9 14.43 -7.0DelaDvInc DDF .62 4.8 ...q 14.39 10.19 41 12.88 +20.0DelaNatl VFL .72 5.9 ...q 13.94 12.12 4 12.15 -8.4DelaMN2 VMM .63 5.2 ...q 14.35 12.04 36 12.14 -9.9DelekLogis DKL 3.08f 9.0 15 35.50 26.50 62 34.20 +7.9Delek DK 1.00 2.2 20 61.57 25.02 1606 44.76 +28.1DellTch n DVMT ... ... ...dd 99.02 64.96 3094 96.20 +18.4DelphiTc n DLPH .68 2.0 13 60.39 33.08 1198 34.17 -34.9DeltaAir DAL 1.40f 2.4 12 60.50 47.12 6619 57.41 +2.5DeltaAprl DLA ... ... ...cc 22.10 16.30 14 18.10 -10.4Dltsh SPX n DMRL ... ... ... 59.02 50.48 5 58.11 +7.1Dlt SP400 n DMRM ... ... ... 57.13 50.42 3 56.46 +4.4Dlt SP600 n DMRS ... ... ... 62.05 51.87 2 59.62 +9.8DltshInt n DMRI ... ... ... 56.65 49.32 3 51.46 -2.9Deluxe DLX 1.20 2.1 11 78.87 55.54 306 56.60 -26.3sDenburyR DNR ... ... ...dd 5.84 1.04 27584 6.15 +178.3DenisnM g DNN ... ... ...dd .64 .38 237 .56 +2.4Despg.cm n DESP ... ... ... 36.56 14.80 317 17.04 -38.0DeutGlHI n LBF ... ... ... 8.82 DeutschBk DB .83e ... ... 20.23 10.36 3688 12.24 -35.7DBDogs22 DOD ... ... ... 30.43 20.20 3 24.14 -5.4sDBWMTR WMW ... ... ... 33.52 27.98 1 33.53 +11.7DB Cap pf DTK 1.90 7.6 ... 26.18 25.42 25.00 -2.7DeutBCT2 pf DXB 1.64 6.5 ... 26.51 24.12 22 25.42 -.2DeutBCT5 pf DKT 2.01 7.7 ... 27.14 25.05 147 25.95 -.7DBCmdyS DDP ... ... ...q 57.02 37.66 45.03 +1.2DBCmdDL DYY ... ... ...q 4.09 2.08 1 2.98 -21.6DBCmdDS DEE ... ... ...q 55.00 55.00 55.00 -28.6DB AgriLg AGF ... ... ...q 13.46 7.53 9.05 -10.0DB AgriSh ADZ ... ... ...q 39.50 21.13 37.00 +6.3DB AgriDL DAG ... ... ...q 3.16 2.08 1 2.15 -24.8DB AgDS AGA ... ... ...q 32.50 24.46 24.46 -9.1DBGoldSh DGZ ... ... ...q 15.62 13.01 31 15.13 +11.2DBGoldDL DGP ... ... ...q 27.39 19.71 2 20.52 -17.9DBGoldDS DZZ ... ... ...q 6.76 4.88 3 6.54 +22.0DBGlbHY23 FIEG ... ... ...q 184.00 106.78 1 170.00 -.6Deut HiOp DHG .72 4.8 ...q 15.20 14.77 14.97 -.3Deut Multi KMM .51 5.7 ...q 9.02 8.61 12 9.00 +1.7Deut Muni KTF .84 7.7 ...q 12.92 10.93 10.87 -8.7Deut StInc KST .66a 5.3 ...q 12.66 12.11 9 12.57 +1.0Deut StMu KSM .84 7.8 ...q 12.32 10.67 10.73 -8.9DBXEmMkt DBEM .36e 1.6 ...q 26.32 22.35 4 23.08 -4.2DBXEafeEq DBEF .95e 2.9 ...q 33.05 29.64 351 32.22 +1.4DBXBrazEq DBBR .13e 1.1 ...q 14.00 11.30 12.06 +.3DBXGerEq DBGR .35e 1.3 ...q 29.78 25.97 1 27.02 -5.0Deu HYBd n HYLB ... ... ... 51.36 48.68 129 49.69 -1.5Dbx Tr etf DESC ... ... ... 36.00 32.40 35.01 +3.0DeutBarI n IFIX ... ... ... 50.76 49.59 0 50.08 +.1DeuBrcIn n IGVT ... ... ... 49.30 48.32 0 48.70 -.3DbXR1KECo DEUS ... ... ...q 34.16 29.77 10 33.89 +5.7DeutEmCo DEMG ... ... ... 30.95 24.57 1 25.43 -11.8DBXJapnEq DBJP .91e 2.1 ...q 46.61 39.96 228 43.94 -.3DbXDvxEU DEEF ... ... ...q 31.76 27.82 5 28.99 -3.4Deut 300Ch ASHX .74p ... ...q 24.14 16.80 0 17.86 -19.1DbxItalyHE DBIT .22p ... ...q 26.39 22.26 23.03 -1.2DeutSthE n DBSE ... ... ... Deut Austrl n DBAU ... ... ... DbxEafeSC DBES .26p ... ...q 31.05 28.83 30.25 +1.9DbxAllWHiD HDAW .27e ... ...q 27.42 24.49 8 25.48 -4.8DbxEafeHiD HDEF .43e 1.1 ...q 25.41 22.75 40 23.83 -3.6DbxNikk400 JPN ... ... ...q 31.67 27.11 3 29.21 -.4Deut S&P n DBIF ... ... ... Deut InRE n DBRE ... ... ... DBX MSCI DBEZ 1.28e 4.0 ... 31.82 30.03 31.82 +4.8DeuMunInf RVNU .71 2.7 ...q 27.23 25.99 2 26.14 -3.7DBX EMBd EMIH .99e 4.0 ...q 25.69 23.72 1 24.58 -2.1DBX IGBd IGIH .77 3.2 ...q 24.99 20.99 3 23.91 -2.1DBXHYCpB HYIH 1.20 5.1 ...q 23.64 22.42 2 23.31 +1.3DBXChiSC ASHS ... ... ...q 37.47 24.39 11 25.27 -27.5DBXHrvChi CN .30e .9 ...q 42.41 30.30 3 32.38 -13.3DBXMexHd DBMX 4.12e 15.7 ...q 21.04 17.69 17.75 -10.1DBXSKorH DBKO .03p ... ...q 32.94 27.57 0 28.82 -8.2DBXAWxUS DBAW 1.33e 3.1 ...q 29.07 25.97 4 27.65 -.5DBXAsiaPH DBAP .74e 2.6 ...q 31.53 27.23 0 28.11 -1.1DBXEurHgd DBEU .65e 2.3 ...q 29.80 26.57 633 28.57 +.5DBXUKHdg DBUK .89e 4.2 ...q 22.49 19.98 21.15 -2.9DBXHvChiA ASHR ... ... ...q 34.89 23.33 1857 24.99 -19.5DevonE DVN .32 .8 27 46.54 29.83 6365 41.55 +.4ElevWat n WTRX ... ... ... 33.44 28.83 30.85 -2.5Diageo DEO 3.20e 2.3 ... 151.30 129.99 220 140.38 -3.9DiamOffsh DO .50 2.6 32 21.92 13.64 1920 19.60 +5.4DiamRk DRH .50 4.3 16 12.99 9.87 1873 11.71 +3.7DianaShip DSX ... ... ...dd 5.16 3.07 193 3.90 -4.2DianaS pfB DSXpB 2.22 8.9 ... 25.80 21.30 0 24.92 +.5DianaSh20 DSXN 2.13 8.4 ... 26.18 22.76 1 25.39 -1.1DicksSptg DKS .90 2.5 11 39.74 23.88 2909 36.68 +27.6Diebold DBD .40 8.4 5 23.50 3.55 1094 4.75 -70.9DigitalPwr DPW ... ... ...dd 5.95 .50 2.31 -28.0DigitalRlt DLR 4.04 3.5 55 125.10 96.56 2686 115.92 +1.8DigitlR pfG DLRpG 1.47 5.9 ... 25.78 24.27 35 24.80 -2.7tDigtlR pfH DLRpH 1.84 7.2 ... 27.26 25.49 23 25.50 -4.4DigitRlt pfC DLRpC 1.09 4.2 ... 28.18 26.44 26.05 -5.6DigitRlt pfJ DLRpJ ... ... ... 25.30 22.13 11 24.10 -4.0DigitalR pfI DLRpI 1.59 6.2 ... 27.75 25.48 10 25.63 -6.8Dillards DDS .40 .5 9 98.75 49.91 296 76.85 +28.0Dillard38 DDT 1.88 7.0 ... 29.08 25.13 6 26.91 +4.1DineEquity DIN 2.52m 3.1 6 95.00 41.00 205 80.62 +58.9DiploPhm DPLO ... ... 80 28.74 14.50 1151 19.12 -4.7Dir SilMBl n SHNY ... ... ... 10.99 4.26 14 5.00 -47.5DirBrCm n COM ... ... ... 26.10 23.31 24.93 +1.5DirChInt n CWEB ... ... ... 69.08 27.32 58 31.61 -38.1Dir CnSt n SPLZ ... ... ... Dirx Euro n EUXL ... ... ... 33.40 18.65 22.11 -15.8DirxAero n DFEN ... ... ... 64.12 36.97 49 59.51 +33.7DrxTrnBl n TPOR ... ... ... 43.11 26.62 3 38.84 +12.5DxEmMkt n EMBU ... ... ... 26.61 19.37 20.59 -20.3Dir UtBr n UTLZ ... ... ... DirxUtil n UTSL ... ... ... 34.73 19.59 7 26.71 -3.0DirxInds n DUSL ... ... ... 44.53 27.73 6 38.45 +4.7DirxMex n MEXX ... ... ... 30.16 13.05 3 19.84 -3.6DrxRBkBr rs WDRW ... ... ...q 41.50 19.69 2 22.94 -25.1DxRsaBr rs RUSS ... ... ...q 25.95 14.43 145 17.58 -23.6DxSOXBr rs SOXS ... ... ...q 24.10 8.83 2341 9.34 -43.4DxGBull rs NUGT ... ... ...q 37.96 10.56 9299 13.46 -57.5DrGMBll rs JNUG .09e 1.1 ...q 20.50 6.40 12909 7.91 -55.5DirSPX Br SPDN ... ... ... 32.98 27.60 7 27.78 -9.2DxGlMBr rs JDST ... ... ...q 95.14 42.31 570 74.85 +45.9DirSPBear s SPXS ... ... ...q 37.70 20.84 2099 21.31 -28.9Dir7-10TBr TYNS ... ... ...q 29.52 28.08 29.05 +2.8DrxDlySpxB LLSP .10p ... ...q 40.65 32.94 5 40.35 +12.1DxChiABear CHAD ... ... ...q 39.27 27.67 18 36.44 +17.0DrxNGBear rs GASX ... ... ...q 36.69 14.90 19 17.92 -23.7DxSPOGBr rs DRIP ... ... ...q 20.98 4.97 4780 5.43 -54.2DrxRBkBull DPST ... ... ...q 95.94 55.98 37 75.50 +3.8DirDGlBr rs DUST ... ... ...q 48.79 19.04 1777 37.87 +59.8DxSPXBll s SPUU ... ... ...q 59.33 43.33 2 58.11 +17.2DxEuFnBl EUFL ... ... ... 65.95 32.62 0 37.48 -21.1DirGlMin n MELT ... ... ... 25.93 24.47 24.48 DirSCBll s SMLL .27e .4 ...q 63.65 45.20 62.24 +21.5Drx EurF n EUFS ... ... ... DxHiYldBr HYDD ... ... ... 20.15 10.08 18.32 -2.5DrNsd100 rs QQQE ... ... ...q 47.98 40.61 15 47.26 +9.4DrxDlySCB LLSC .10p ... ...q 43.77 33.25 3 42.18 +18.7Dir TcBr n TECZ ... ... ... Dir FnBr n FAZZ ... ... ... DrxiBillion IBLN .21e .6 ...q 35.52 29.97 32.96 +2.2Drx Eng n ERYY ... ... ... DrX EuEq n EURZ ... ... ... 25.65 24.03 24.18 -.2DxRusBll s RUSL ... ... ...q 73.38 29.52 385 40.54 -19.7DiEurBll3x EURL .14e .4 ...q 47.12 29.13 13 33.60 -11.8DrxEMBll rs EDC ... ... ...q 168.70 72.35 158 83.87 -33.3Dir MLPHi ZMLP 1.60m 10.1 ...q 17.94 13.61 30 15.84 -1.0DxLatBll s LBJ ... ... ...q 49.13 16.70 25 20.70 -35.9DirTotBBr SAGG ... ... ...q 32.31 31.03 0 32.14 +3.3DxBrzBull s BRZU ... ... ...q 65.25 14.27 3362 17.28 -57.1DxBiotBll rs LABU ... ... ...q 116.54 62.70 661 95.64 +22.9tDxIndiBll rs INDL ... ... ...q 120.64 67.97 211 67.28 -34.1DxNGBll rs GASL ... ... ...q 31.99 14.60 112 21.46 -15.5DrDevMBr DPK ... ... ...q 14.22 10.08 14 12.25 -.6 DxSPOGBl s GUSH ... ... ...q 47.55 16.79 1150 39.95 +31.6DxREBear DRV ... ... ...q 15.62 8.50 142 9.60 -8.3Dir HltBr n SICK ... ... ... Dir20yrTBr TYBS ... ... ...q 21.58 19.81 0 21.29 +6.9DrxFtseEm LLEM .47p ... ...q 23.59 DrxJpBull JPNL ... ... ...q 96.48 60.98 3 71.62 -7.2DxEnBear rs ERY ... ... ...q 60.45 34.86 54.00 DxEMBear EDZ ... ... ...q 11.75 6.67 8.27 -8.7DxEMBear rs EDZ/WI ... ... ...q 58.75 33.35 -100.0DirPhr Bear PILS 1.50p ... ... 43.52 DrxPhMd n PILL ... ... ... 42.90 25.23 27.35 +.5Dir CySc n HAKK ... ... ... DrxSKBull KORU ... ... ...q 72.86 31.81 18 38.78 -37.8DxSCBear rs TZA ... ... ...q 15.09 7.80 11436 8.32 -32.2DxFnBr rs FAZ ... ... ...q 15.40 8.80 1617 9.22 -21.1Dx HmSu n CLAW ... ... ... tDrxHmbBull NAIL ... ... ...q 110.62 47.61 26 47.10 -49.0Dx30TBear TMV ... ... ...q 22.45 17.07 796 21.22 +20.4DxFnBull s FAS ... ... ...q 82.80 52.93 1177 74.47 +8.9DxBiotBea rs LABD ... ... ...q 60.30 27.10 37.40 DrxTcBr rs TECS ... ... ...q 48.35 23.64 31.35 DrxACInsi KNOW .48e 1.1 ...q 43.81 38.62 13 42.58 +2.6DxMCBr rs MIDZ ... ... ...q 17.06 9.97 4 10.39 -22.8DxChiBr rs YANG ... ... ...q 79.90 36.30 51.00 Drx300Chin CHAU ... ... ...q 37.53 16.30 134 18.75 -36.9sDxHcrBll s CURE ... ... ...q 65.37 38.85 72 65.28 +40.1DxTcBull s TECL ... ... ...q 171.58 82.94 150 165.05 +47.1DxRetlBll s RETL ... ... ...q 53.31 22.80 33 47.72 +32.4DxSOXBll s SOXL .12e .1 ...q 209.00 101.45 354 162.82 +18.1Dir30TrBul s TMF ... ... ...q 23.01 16.93 557 17.22 -22.1Dir10TrBear TYO ... ... ...q 16.00 13.61 3 15.45 +9.9Dx10yTBull TYD ... ... ...q 45.76 38.20 0 39.20 -10.7DxMCBull s MIDU ... ... ...q 55.74 36.75 17 53.98 +16.3DrxREBull s DRN ... ... ...q 24.73 14.68 102 21.47 -6.0DirxChiBull YINN .38e 1.6 ...q 53.89 19.40 2097 23.75 -30.2DirxDMBull DZK ... ... ...q 100.54 64.86 1 74.16 -10.0DrxSCBull s TNA .41e .5 ...q 97.12 56.37 1880 90.81 +29.2DrxSPBull s SPXL ... ... ...q 55.95 36.82 2152 54.73 +23.5DirxEnBull ERX ... ... ...q 44.29 24.01 2306 38.15 +9.2Discover DFS 1.60f 2.0 15 81.93 61.21 1302 78.82 +2.5Disney DIS 1.68 1.5 15 117.90 96.80 9077 112.77 +4.9Div&Inco DNI 1.63 13.6 ...q 14.25 11.95 40 12.02 -10.5DrReddy RDY .29e .8 ... 39.96 28.13 157 35.07 -6.6DocuSec rs DSS ... ... ...dd 3.16 .56 59 1.00 -44.4DolbyLab DLB .64 .9 72 74.29 56.50 298 69.50 +12.1DollarGen DG 1.16 1.1 17 112.59 77.13 2264 107.29 +15.4DomMidst DM 1.34f 7.5 13 34.85 12.55 1099 17.80 -41.5DomEngy D 3.34 4.8 14 85.30 61.53 3143 70.08 -13.5DomRes un DCUD ... ... ... 53.58 42.50 85 47.33 -8.4DomRs76 n DRUA ... ... ... 25.85 23.04 44 23.90 -6.5Dominos DPZ 2.20f .8 45 305.34 166.74 587 288.99 +52.9Domtar g UFS 1.74 3.2 20 54.50 40.72 527 53.82 +8.7sDonaldson DCI .76f 1.3 30 59.29 43.35 636 59.09 +20.7DonlleyRR rs RRD .12m 2.1 6 10.68 4.48 841 5.68 -38.9DonnlyFn n DFIN ... ... ... 22.50 15.22 101 20.80 +6.7DorianLPG LPG ... ... ...dd 8.80 6.78 163 7.81 -5.0DoubIncSol DSL 1.80a 8.9 ...q 21.56 19.56 254 20.28 +.4DblLOppCr DBL 2.00a 9.7 ...q 24.19 20.48 39 20.62 -7.1DougDyn PLOW 1.06 2.3 27 49.50 36.20 46 45.85 +21.3DEmmett DEI 1.00 2.7 24 41.59 34.72 681 37.62 -8.4Dover DOV 1.88 2.1 18 109.06 71.71 1268 88.51 -12.4DoverDG DDE ... ... ...dd 3.49 .92 38 2.80 +174.5DoverMot DVD .08f 3.6 10 2.30 1.80 2 2.20 +12.8DowDuPnt DWDP 1.52 2.2 22 77.08 61.27 6702 68.20 -4.2tDry Gl24 n DCF .22f 2.4 ... 10.05 8.96 63 8.97 -4.6DryHYSt DHF .35 10.8 ...q 3.57 3.08 156 3.21 -3.9DrMuBdInf DMB .75 6.2 ...q 13.46 12.10 39 12.19 -6.2DryfMu DMF .54 6.9 ...q 9.27 7.82 26 7.83 -11.9tDryStrt LEO .52 7.0 ...q 8.92 7.42 215 7.39 -14.5DrySM DSM .50 6.8 ...q 8.61 7.28 100 7.34 -14.2Dril-Quip DRQ ... ... ...dd 58.95 37.35 439 51.70 +8.4DriveShack DS .48 8.2 15 8.06 3.14 216 5.88 +6.3DriveS pfB DSpB 2.44 9.4 ... 26.49 25.27 1 25.90 +.7DriveS pfC DSpC 2.01 8.0 ... 26.18 23.62 0 25.09 -.1DriveS pfD DSpD 2.09 8.3 ... 25.84 24.46 1 25.31 -.6DuPnt pfA DDpA 3.50 4.2 ... 96.65 82.01 84.11 -9.0DuPnt pfB DDpB 4.50 4.4 ... 110.00 100.00 0 101.20 -6.6Ducomun DCO ... ... 26 41.24 25.06 32 40.53 +42.5Df&PGblUt DPG 1.40 9.8 ...q 16.38 13.50 114 14.33 -7.7DufPUC DUC .60 7.1 ...q 9.25 8.38 19 8.42 -4.9DukeEngy DUK 3.71f 4.7 17 91.78 71.96 3474 79.61 -5.4DukeEn 73 DUKH 1.28 5.3 ... 26.31 23.71 26 24.16 -4.7DukeRlty DRE .80 2.8 22 29.58 24.30 1726 28.08 +3.2DunBrad DNB 2.09 1.5 21 145.00 105.42 1504 142.14 +20.0Dycom DY ... ... 22 123.99 67.15 273 82.49 -26.0Dynagas DLNG 1.00 11.9 ... 14.27 7.51 129 8.43 -22.4Dynags pfA DLNGpA 2.25 8.7 ... 26.97 25.09 0 25.87 -.6Dynegy 7 DYNC 1.75 2.3 ... 85.58 63.60 75.38 -4.8DynexCap DX .72 11.3 14 7.41 6.02 316 6.37 -9.1Dynex pfA DXpA 2.13 8.2 ... 26.00 25.04 6 25.89 +1.5Dynex pfB DXpB 1.91 7.7 ... 25.16 23.25 2 24.68 -.3E -ETracBDC BDCS 1.84e 8.8 ...q 22.24 18.72 13 20.81 +.2ETrMLPSht MLPS ... ... ...q 15.50 11.06 12.22 -1.2ETrAlerNG MLPG 1.86e 7.6 ...q 26.25 19.00 3 24.60 +2.1E-TrAlerInf MLPI 1.88e 7.8 ...q 26.53 20.31 120 24.09 -.4ETBbgCmd DJCI ... ... ...q 17.00 13.42 7 15.60 -2.7ETrAlerian AMU 1.45e 8.4 ...q 19.18 14.59 83 17.30 -.1E-TrFood FUD ... ... ...q 18.97 15.89 0 16.07 -10.7E-TrcEngy UBN ... ... ...q 10.00 6.50 8.96 +15.1E-TrcIMet UBM ... ... ...q 22.54 16.04 17.54 +2.8E-TracAg UAG ... ... ...q 19.25 15.84 16.15 -9.3ETr2xBDC BDCL 3.52e 21.7 ...q 18.58 13.13 23 16.23 -1.3E-TrcCmci UCI ... ... ...q 16.37 13.69 10 15.17 -1.4E-TrcSilv USV ... ... ...q 22.48 17.60 0 18.05 -17.0E-TrcGld UBG ... ... ...q 35.00 29.72 30.20 -8.5E-TrLvstk UBC ... ... ...q 21.19 17.09 18.15 -8.3ECA MTrI ECT .26e 13.8 5 2.50 1.45 21 1.90 -11.6EG Comp AGEM ... ... ...q 22.55 EGBasMat LGEM ... ... ...q 10.05 EG CnsGds GGEM ... ... ...q 23.42 EG CnsSvc VGEM ... ... ...q 22.28 EG Fincl FGEM ... ... ...q 20.32 EG HltCre HGEM ... ... ...q 23.77 EG Tech QGEM ... ... ...q 21.71 EG MetMn EMT ... ... ...q 9.98 EG Energy OGEM ... ... ...q 22.23 EG Utils UGEM ... ... ...q 15.87 EG Telecm TGEM ... ... ...q 19.72 ELF Inc n ELF ... ... ...cc 23.85 9.30 397 12.99 -41.8EMCOR EME .32 .4 23 85.08 68.13 398 75.05 -8.2EMX Roy g EMX ... ... ... 1.47 .67 94 1.22 +46.8ENI E 1.29e 3.4 ...dd 40.15 31.58 83 38.13 +14.9EOG Rescs EOG .88f .7 ...dd 131.60 94.74 3303 123.99 +14.9EP Energy EPE ... ... ...dd 3.54 1.27 1599 2.25 -4.7EPAM Sys EPAM ... ... 70 144.19 82.75 302 136.72 +27.3EPR Prop EPR 3.84 5.7 18 71.43 51.87 542 67.54 +3.2EPR pfC EPRpC 1.44 5.2 ... 28.71 23.38 3 27.85 +3.5EPR pfE EPRpE 2.25 6.3 ... 37.19 33.48 2 35.85 -2.7EPR Pr pfG EPRpG 1.44 6.2 ... 25.23 21.60 8 23.11 -7.7EQT Corp EQT .12 .3 ...dd 66.03 43.70 2685 46.78 -17.8EQT GP n EQGP 1.03e 4.8 11 30.74 20.30 256 21.32 -20.7EQT Mid EQM 4.36f 8.0 11 77.97 48.91 440 54.80 -25.0ETF SITRis RISE ... ... ...q 25.25 22.89 0 25.20 +6.0ETF JrSil SILJ ... ... ...q 12.51 8.23 23 8.85 -22.0ETF Cyber HACK ... ... ...q 40.72 29.50 286 39.64 +25.3ETF BigD BIGD ... ... ...q 27.78 ETF MobP IPAY ... ... ...q 43.19 32.01 67 42.77 +22.6ETF M AlH MJ ... ... ... 45.40 25.10 1307 39.27 +34.3ETF M Vid GAMR ... ... ... 55.00 43.00 14 47.02 -1.9ETF Drone IFLY ... ... ... 39.57 33.54 3 38.60 +3.3ETF AIPw n AIEQ ... ... ... 29.90 24.03 52 29.47 +13.9ETF MgT ef WSKY ... ... ... 35.50 31.34 32.31 -5.5Pure Fintch FINQ ... ... ... 28.95 BlStIsrTc n ITEQ ... ... ... 36.84 30.11 4 36.33 +14.9ETF Clim ETHO ... ... ...q 38.43 31.48 7 37.78 +11.1ETFAlpAlt ALFA ... ... ...q 51.32 40.81 3 51.01 +19.2ChngFnDvr CHGX ... ... ... 20.84 18.02 1 20.67 +10.3ETF EmM n EEMD ... ... ... 28.41 22.00 0 23.00 -12.0ETF spx H n SPDV ... ... ... 28.19 25.00 16 27.71 +6.0ETF AptF n FTVA ... ... ... 30.36 24.74 10 29.09 +7.2ETF GOP n MAGA ... ... ... 29.82 25.85 1 28.76 +3.0NtDUSEq ef MXDU ... ... ... 29.80 25.93 22 29.52 +4.0NtRkBsInt ef RBIN ... ... ... 27.90 25.38 25.71 -6.3RsBsUSE ef RBUS ... ... ... 29.53 24.83 20 27.95 +2.8ETF RvCp n RVRS ... ... ... 17.15 14.84 2 16.95 +6.6ETF BrVl n BVAL ... ... ... 16.70 14.46 0 16.47 +3.7ETFDeepV DVP .66e 1.9 ...q 37.26 27.86 10 35.30 +7.6GlGoGld n GOAU ... ... ... 13.47 9.95 4 10.79 -17.0ETF OCIO n OCIO ... ... ... 27.81 25.59 27.12 +1.3ETF Seren ICAN ... ... ... 30.00 25.55 1 29.51 +8.8PremisCap TCTL ... ... ... 31.57 28.69 1 30.95 +3.3AmCusSat ACSI ... ... ... 30.55 AptBehMo BEMO ... ... ... 36.98 28.15 2 36.49 +20.3EtfAlphacln ALFI ... ... ...q 26.95 23.56 25.14 +.7EtfUSGblJ JETS ... ... ...q 34.75 28.45 42 32.50 -.2ETF Master HIPS 1.29 7.7 ...q 18.29 17.22 16.80 -5.3EtfDiaHVal DHVW .99e 2.9 ...q 34.89 30.05 2 34.62 +3.7EtfInfcMLP AMZA 2.08 27.7 ...q 9.44 6.55 1222 7.51 -12.8ETF BioPr n BBP ... ... ... 46.80 37.33 1 44.73 +10.3ETF ClinT n BBC ... ... ... 36.25 25.88 6 35.28 +24.1InfrCpPfd PFFR ... ... ... 26.27 23.61 2 24.37 -2.7EtfNwfMSec NFLT 1.13e 4.7 ...q 25.95 23.72 26 24.15 -4.3EtfReavUt UTES ... ... ...q 34.83 30.92 30.97 -4.9Etf VirtEM EMEM ... ... ... 28.57 21.67 0 23.00 -12.2Virt GlFc ef VGFO ... ... ... 27.82 25.00 27.82 +5.8ETF Virt n CUMB ... ... ... 25.95 24.38 1 24.57 -3.6ETF PrMtl GLTR ... ... ...q 68.06 56.32 48 58.44 -10.1ETFS Com BCI ... ... ... 25.95 18.58 17 23.79 -2.8ETFS Comd BCD ... ... ... 28.39 24.53 25.50 -1.0ETFS EnCm BEF ... ... ... 29.35 24.07 29.06 +14.5ETFSGold SGOL ... ... ...q 132.10 113.30 48 115.74 -8.2ETF Pall PALL ... ... ...q 107.47 79.61 22 100.40 -1.1ETF Plat PPLT ... ... ...q 97.94 71.92 32 78.50 -11.3EagleCGr GRF .50e 2.3 ...q 8.59 7.16 1 7.87 -.9EagleGrInc EGIF 1.31 8.5 ...q 17.05 14.83 15 15.44 -6.9EagleMat EXP .40 .5 21 122.49 85.84 512 86.47 -23.7EaglePtCr ECC .80 4.4 ... 21.60 17.28 48 17.99 -4.4EagleP pfA ECCA 1.94 7.6 ... 26.17 24.96 1 25.44 -1.5EaglePt 20 ECCZ 1.75 7.0 ... 25.78 25.00 25.17 +.1EaglPt pfB ECCB 1.94 7.4 ... 26.69 25.50 2 26.35 +.2EagleP27 n ECCY ... ... ... 26.75 24.80 1 25.40 Earthstone ESTE ... ... 75 12.16 7.45 200 9.70 -8.7EastGvP n DEA 1.04 5.4 50 22.32 18.73 362 19.31 -9.5EstANG wd NGT/WD ... ... ... Eastgrp EGP 2.88f 3.0 41 99.39 77.74 246 94.88 +7.4EastChem EMN 2.24 2.3 13 112.45 86.24 762 98.93 +6.8EastCh wt EMN/WS ... ... ... .55 EKodak wt KODK/WS ... ... ... 2.79 .01 1.15 +22900.0EKodk wtA KODK/WS/A ... ... ... 3.15 .00 .91 +8960.0EKodak KODK ... ... ...dd 13.28 2.75 83 2.95 -4.8Eaton ETN 2.64 3.0 20 89.85 71.62 2133 87.45 +10.7EatVn 22 n EFL ... ... ... 10.00 9.08 88 9.24 EatV HiIn21 EHT .60 6.2 ... 10.28 9.34 39 9.71 -2.9tEV CAMu EVM .68 6.9 ...q 12.45 9.92 100 9.90 -14.0tEVCAMu2 EIA .62 6.1 ...q 12.99 10.21 15 10.19 -11.4tEVCAMu CEV .71 6.4 ...q 12.58 11.11 17 11.11 -8.6EatnVan EV 1.24f 2.3 18 60.95 48.09 445 53.71 -4.8EV EnEq EOI 1.04 6.4 ...q 16.46 13.20 41 16.14 +11.2EV EEq2 EOS 1.05 6.0 ...q 17.95 14.42 106 17.58 +15.5 EV FltRt EFT .91 6.3 ...q 15.29 14.03 100 14.59 +1.8tEVFltRtIP EFF 1.13 7.1 ...q 17.13 15.85 16 15.87 -2.7EV LtdDur EVV 1.22 9.6 ...q 14.10 12.47 194 12.71 -6.9tEV MAMu MAB .65 5.3 ...q 14.03 12.35 2 12.35 -6.5EVMAMu MMV .69 5.5 ...q 13.60 12.26 1 12.45 -5.0EV MIMu MIW .71 5.6 ...q 14.39 12.52 0 12.57 -6.6EVMIMu EMI .71 5.7 ...q 13.45 12.04 3 12.41 -3.3tEVMuniBd EIM .77 6.7 ...q 12.87 11.41 176 11.37 -9.1tEVMuni2 EIV .70 6.1 ...q 12.70 11.46 34 11.52 -6.4EVMunTT ETX .85 4.3 ...q 21.20 18.81 16 19.63 -5.3EV MuIT EVN .85 7.4 ...q 13.02 11.39 120 11.40 -8.1EV NMuOp EOT 1.03 4.8 ...q 23.54 19.90 24 21.63 -4.0EV NJMu EMJ .75 6.4 ...q 13.28 11.51 18 11.81 -5.0EVNJMu EVJ .73 6.3 ...q 12.95 10.99 12 11.50 -2.0tEVNYMu2 NYH .69 6.6 ...q 12.10 10.44 10 10.47 -9.5tEV NYMu ENX .72 6.6 ...q 13.08 10.90 72 10.91 -11.5tEVNYMu EVY .74 6.3 ...q 13.40 11.72 10 11.73 -7.7tEV OHMu EIO .70 6.2 ...q 13.97 11.32 7 11.26 -11.3EVOHMu EVO .73 5.9 ...q 13.84 12.10 1 12.38 -5.0EV PAMu EIP .77 6.7 ...q 14.70 11.60 13 11.61 -6.7EVPAMu EVP .73 6.4 ...q 12.58 11.20 3 11.36 -6.8EVRiskMgd ETJ 1.12 11.3 ...q 10.02 8.74 127 9.91 +2.9EV SrFlt EFR .95 6.8 ...q 14.97 14.01 89 14.05 -2.7EV SrInc EVF .42 6.5 ...q 6.87 6.30 100 6.46 -.9EVShDur EVG 1.08 8.4 ...q 14.39 12.80 65 12.92 -10.0EVTxABdO EXD 1.16 13.2 ...q 11.98 8.74 60 8.76 -14.5EV TxAd EVT 1.74 7.1 ...q 24.63 21.39 72 24.44 +5.0EV TxAG ETG 1.23 6.9 ...q 18.45 16.06 101 17.95 +3.6EV TxAOp ETO 2.16 8.5 ...q 26.83 23.01 45 25.36 -.2EV TxDiver ETY 1.01 7.9 ...q 13.05 10.17 358 12.74 +4.5EVTxMGlo EXG .98 10.2 ...q 9.84 8.02 441 9.56 +1.9EVTxBWIn ETB 1.30 7.8 ...q 17.27 15.28 34 16.51 -1.3EVTxGBW ETW 1.17 9.8 ...q 12.74 11.15 110 11.97 +.4EVTxBWOp ETV 1.33 8.3 ...q 16.39 14.19 246 15.94 +3.7EclipseRs ECR ... ... 18 2.79 1.15 849 1.29 -46.3Ecolab ECL 1.64 1.0 34 159.92 125.74 864 157.98 +17.7Ecopetrol EC .16e .6 ... 26.67 9.35 1676 26.01 +77.8Edenor EDN ... ... ... 63.29 19.05 117 27.70 -44.3Edgewell EPC ... ... 15 74.23 39.50 371 47.67 -19.7EdisonInt EIX 2.42 3.6 15 83.38 57.63 2092 67.66 +7.0sEdwLfSci s EW ... ... 55 156.87 100.20 3657 165.47 +46.8eHiCarSvc EHIC ... ... ... 14.65 9.41 55 11.27 -2.68x8 Inc EGHT ... ... ...dd 23.50 12.10 953 21.45 +52.1ElPasoEl EE 1.44 2.5 25 64.35 48.05 225 58.65 +6.0ElPasE pf EPpC 2.38 5.1 ... 49.50 43.06 2 46.50 -4.6ElancoAn n ELAN ... ... ... 36.01 32.05 2762 34.90 -3.1EldorGld g EGO .02e ... 9 2.36 .80 14359 .88 -38.4Electrmed ELMD ... ... 23 7.75 4.60 26 5.90 -2.8ElevCr n ELVT ... ... ... 11.27 5.95 110 8.50 +12.9EliLilly LLY 2.25 2.1 ...dd 107.84 73.69 3085 105.59 +25.0Elk HiQPfd EPRF ... ... ... 24.49 22.14 23.04 -3.0Elkh LoVl n LVHB ... ... ... 34.44 29.71 31.33 -3.2ElkFdCm ef RCOM ... ... ... 30.34 26.34 28.34 +.9EllieMae ELLI ... ... 65 116.90 80.71 794 93.19 +4.2EllingtnF EFC 1.76 11.0 9 16.84 14.12 35 16.02 +10.4EllingtRM EARN 1.48 12.6 15 14.95 10.23 83 11.72 -2.7Ellomay ELLO ... ... ... 11.09 7.50 8.27 -8.1EllswthFd ECF .80e 7.9 ...q 10.44 8.81 22 10.15 +7.9Ellswt pfA ECFpA 1.31 5.4 ... 26.20 23.39 24.18 -3.8eMagin EMAN ... ... ...dd 2.30 1.23 16 1.55 -6.1EAndinA AKO/A .68e 3.4 ... 28.25 18.60 0 20.04 -24.4EAndinB AKO/B .74e 3.2 ... 31.80 20.48 38 22.78 -22.2Embraer ERJ .13e .7 ... 28.55 17.99 611 18.62 -22.2EmerExp n EEX .29 1.8 ... 24.56 14.66 132 16.41 -19.3EmergeES EMES 2.68m ... ...dd 10.45 4.46 426 4.59 -36.2EmergBio EBS ... ... 38 67.24 36.38 242 66.45 +43.0EmrgBio wi EBS.WI ... ... ... EmersonEl EMR 1.94 2.5 25 78.75 57.47 1954 77.48 +11.2EmerR hs MSN ... ... ...dd 1.89 1.25 8 1.49 +2.1EmpOPES ESBA .34 2.1 ... 21.00 15.17 13 16.28 -21.3EmpOP60 OGCP .34 2.1 ... 20.90 15.28 5 16.22 -20.4EmpOP250 FISK .34 2.1 ... 20.93 15.88 5 16.20 -20.6EmpStRTr ESRT .34 2.1 42 21.09 15.94 952 16.36 -20.3EmployH EIG .80 1.7 16 50.45 38.35 114 45.85 +3.3EElChile EOCC 1.07e 5.3 ... 29.41 18.49 13 20.18 -25.0EnLinkLP ENLK 1.56 8.6 ... 19.45 12.75 674 18.16 +18.2EnableMid ENBL 1.27 8.0 18 19.27 12.89 477 15.96 +12.2EnbrdgEM EEQ 1.40t ... ...dd 16.23 8.38 1009 11.43 -14.6EnbrdgEPt EEP 1.40 12.2 13 16.34 8.89 2766 11.47 -16.9Enbridge ENB 2.68 ... ... 42.10 29.00 3158 33.82 -13.5EnCana g ECA .06 .5 22 14.31 9.79 7140 13.07 -2.0EncompHlth EHC 1.08 1.4 29 82.46 43.84 746 77.15 +56.1HlthSth wt HLS/WS ... ... ... .57 EndvSilv g EXK ... ... 38 3.35 1.94 546 2.30 -3.8EnerCre wt ENCR/WS ... ... ... EnerCore n ENCR ... ... ... sEnergen EGN .08 .1 25 82.73 47.81 1265 84.68 +47.1Energizer n ENR 1.16 1.9 21 65.57 40.64 486 61.37 +27.9Engy&Exp ENXP ... ... ... EnFuel grs UUUU ... ... ... 3.64 1.30 807 3.12 +74.3EgyTrEq s ETE 1.22 6.9 21 19.34 12.80 2572 17.60 +2.0EngyTrfPt ETP 2.26 10.0 22 24.38 15.06 3233 22.49 +25.5EnerJexR ENRJ ... ... ...dd .85 .11 .21 -6.8Enerpls g ERF .12e 1.0 16 13.87 8.23 630 12.35 +26.1EnersisAm ENIA .21e 2.6 ... 12.11 6.96 912 7.96 -28.7EnersAm wi ENIA/WI ... ... ... 8.16 EnerChile ENIC .22e 4.4 ... 6.57 4.57 233 4.97 -12.5EnerSys ENS .70 .8 31 85.71 62.85 144 85.66 +23.0Engility EGL ... ... ...cc 38.54 21.19 294 35.00 +23.4EnLinkLLC ENLC 1.07 6.6 14 20.00 13.80 644 16.30 -7.4Ennis Inc EBF .90f 4.3 16 22.98 17.65 53 20.90 +.7EnovaIntl ENVA ... ... 17 39.00 12.70 96 30.45 +100.3EnPro NPO .96 1.3 42 94.79 63.73 168 74.07 -20.8sENSCO ESV .04 .5 ...dd 8.06 4.10 18368 8.37 +41.6Enservco ENSV ... ... ... 1.50 .43 43 .69 +7.1EnSync ESNC ... ... ... .58 .18 300 .29 -27.0Entercom ETM .36 4.6 10 12.43 6.30 644 7.90 -26.9EntArk66 n EAI 1.22 5.2 ... 25.29 23.08 32 23.61 -6.0EntArk 63 EAE 1.19 5.2 ... 25.39 22.51 18 23.05 -7.5EntArk 52 EAB 1.23 5.1 ... 25.37 23.26 1 24.15 -4.2Entergy ETR 3.56 4.4 36 87.85 71.95 1066 81.64 +.3EntLA 66 ELC 1.22 5.2 ... 25.17 23.08 16 23.32 -6.0EntgyLA52 ELJ 1.31 5.3 ... 25.75 23.76 16 24.79 -1.3EntLA 63 ELU 1.18 5.1 ... 25.72 22.61 7 22.93 -7.6EntMS FtM EMP ... ... ... 25.49 23.18 9 24.15 -4.0EntgyNO n ENO ... ... ... 28.45 24.25 33 26.20 +2.3EntgyNO 52 ENJ 1.25 5.2 ... 25.43 23.17 24.12 -3.4EntgyTx64 EZT 1.41 5.5 ... 27.13 25.02 6 25.58 -3.5EntProdPt EPD 1.72f 5.9 21 30.05 23.10 3862 29.09 +9.7Entravisn EVC .20 4.0 51 7.90 3.90 251 5.05 -29.4EntrResc EGI ... ... ... .69 .34 15 .37 -38.6Envestnet ENV ... ... 74 64.80 47.45 262 60.80 +22.0EnviroStr EVI .20e ... ...cc 48.45 21.30 75 36.20 -9.5EnvisnHl n EVHC ... ... ...dd 45.97 23.79 2014 45.71 +32.3Enviva n EVA 2.52f 7.9 ...cc 33.20 25.01 62 32.05 +15.9tEnzoBio ENZ ... ... ...dd 11.49 3.95 200 3.84 -52.9Equifax EFX 1.56 1.2 23 138.69 101.74 828 131.89 +11.8EquityCmw EQC ... ... 32 32.55 27.96 566 31.94 +4.7EqCm pfD EQCpD 1.63 6.2 ... 26.93 25.24 14 26.06 -1.1EqCm pfE EQCpE 1.81 ... ... EqCmw 42 EQCO 1.44 5.7 ... 25.58 24.91 25.05 -1.4EqtyLfPrp ELS 2.20 2.3 28 97.44 79.78 380 95.94 +7.8EqtyRsd EQR 2.16 3.3 42 70.46 54.97 1392 66.10 +3.7EquusTR EQS ... ... 25q 2.47 1.91 8 2.00 -16.7EraGroup ERA ... ... 8 14.23 8.98 48 12.64 +17.6Eros Intl EROS ... ... ...dd 15.45 9.20 276 12.35 +28.0EscoTech ESE .32 .5 21 70.20 51.55 49 67.15 +11.5Espey ESP 1.00 3.3 23 32.55 21.07 2 30.50 +27.3Essent ESNT ... ... 10 50.08 32.73 400 44.10 +1.6EssentPr n EPRT ... ... ... 14.75 13.27 610 14.19 +3.7EssexPT ESS 7.44 3.1 28 264.07 214.03 393 240.77 -.2EsteeLdr EL 1.52 1.1 48 158.80 106.00 1370 143.60 +12.9Esterline ESL ... ... 20 96.95 67.15 134 88.75 +18.8EtfSilver SIVR ... ... ...q 17.20 13.58 118 13.89 -15.9tEthanAl ETH .76 3.6 15 32.90 21.25 118 21.40 -25.2Etrac2xMtg MORL 3.31e 20.9 ...q 19.30 12.50 339 15.83 -10.3Et2xDJDiv DVYL 3.55e 4.8 ...q 77.86 60.01 2 74.16 +1.3Etr2xHomb HOML ... ... ...q 70.00 40.80 41.65 -30.8EtrCrdOil n OILX ... ... ... 43.69 28.59 42.57 +30.6EtHiDLwV HDLV 2.57e 9.9 ... 33.35 23.58 12 25.90 -19.5Etr2xSPX SPLX ... ... ...q 73.35 46.73 57.63 +6.2Etr2xCEFd CEFL 2.88 18.2 ...q 18.96 15.30 118 15.80 -12.8EtrcDvsHi DVHL 2.85e 14.5 ...q 21.75 17.57 5 19.71 -2.5EtrWFxEn LMLP 1.90e 10.9 ... 19.00 14.10 16 17.41 +10.6EtracReit LRET 2.00e 8.2 ...q 27.26 19.32 3 24.28 -7.6UBS VlHdg XIVH ... ... ... 82.84 11.86 15.28 -80.2VelShSP46 BSWN ... ... ... 24.95 9.02 10.69 -40.1UBS VlVIX LSVX ... ... ... 33.40 12.32 14.88 -51.4Etr EnhGl FIHD ... ... ... 191.45 152.00 10 175.16 +1.8FI EnhEu n FIEE ... ... ... 202.02 149.80 1 163.15 -8.0Etr SP MLP MLPZ .06p ... ... 51.00 31.45 42.98 +.3Etr MLP In MLPQ .08p ... ... 44.40 25.63 27 35.35 -6.2EtrAlerTRt AMUB .36p ... ...q 19.27 16.38 17.47 +1.0EtrAlerInf MLPB .99e ... ...q 26.40 20.87 24.61 +5.9EtrBCmdty UCIB ... ... ...q 16.21 14.55 15.02 +.1EtrWFBsD BDCZ .91e ... ...q 22.00 19.08 20.86 Etr2xLevLg LBDC 2.89e 17.7 ...q 18.82 13.65 0 16.35 +.3EtrMtgReit MRRL 1.70e ... ...q 19.15 11.51 241 15.60 -11.9EtrSCHiDv SMHD 3.06e 16.9 ...q 21.47 14.27 88 18.11 -7.7Euronav n EURN 2.41e ... ...dd 10.10 7.50 264 8.70 -5.9EuroEqFd EEA .17e 1.8 ...q 10.88 9.06 8 9.43 -4.5EvansBc EVBN .92f 2.0 19 49.23 38.10 3 47.15 +12.5tEventbr n EB ... ... ... 39.30 34.00 820 34.21 -6.3Evercore EVR 2.00f 2.0 24 117.49 75.25 274 102.55 +13.9EverestRe RE 5.20 2.3 25 264.88 206.68 346 228.75 +3.4Evergy EVRG 1.60 2.9 25 59.28 47.06 2633 55.65 +5.4EveriHldgs EVRI ... ... ...dd 9.81 6.08 594 9.40 +24.7EversrceE ES 2.02 3.3 20 66.15 52.76 1128 61.48 -2.7Evertec EVTC .40 1.7 20 25.55 12.60 324 23.75 +74.0EvolentH n EVH ... ... ...dd 28.20 10.30 535 27.45 +123.2EvolPetrol EPM .40 3.6 19 12.00 6.35 264 11.00 +60.6EvoquaWt n AQUA ... ... ...cc 25.36 17.40 952 17.94 -24.3ExantasCap XAN .20 1.8 ...dd 12.09 8.51 212 11.05 +17.9ResCap pfA RSOpA 2.13 8.6 ... 25.40 23.65 24.57 ResCap pfB RSOpB 2.06 8.4 ... 25.37 24.07 24.60 -1.6ResCap pfC RSOpC 2.16 8.3 ... 25.99 24.90 25.96 +1.7ETYldShHi YYY 1.92 10.4 ...q 20.00 18.08 57 18.46 -5.2ExTrRobo ROBO .07e .2 ...q 46.20 39.36 240 42.56 +3.0Ber Gl Rs n BRGL ... ... ... 28.14 24.89 27.00 +3.6Ber US Rs n BERN ... ... ... 30.06 24.94 1 29.88 +11.2ExTTactUS HTUS ... ... ...q 29.30 24.04 4 27.74 +2.2ETF IndExp TETF ... ... ... 21.64 17.01 1 19.67 +3.3RxVlmxInF VMIN ... ... ... 46.55 2.37 113 3.39 -90.2ExTrGldE GHE ... ... ... 26.95 ExTGldSP GHS 1.33e 4.0 ... 36.05 31.62 33.63 +2.9ETEMeCmc EMQQ .02p ... ...q 43.50 30.06 58 32.16 -15.5Exelon EXC 1.38f 3.2 12 45.05 35.57 4493 43.20 +9.6Express EXPR ... ... 35 11.69 5.82 1179 10.92 +7.6Exterran n EXTN ... ... ...dd 33.69 24.15 119 25.47 -19.0ExtraSpce EXR 3.44 4.0 21 101.96 76.55 1012 87.03 -.5ExxonMbl XOM 3.28 3.8 19 89.30 72.16 13294 86.60 +3.5F -FB Finl n FBK .24 .6 16 45.43 36.15 73 43.46 +3.5FBL Fn FFG 1.84 2.3 19 85.70 64.00 13 80.95 +16.2FCB Fin FCB ... ... 17 62.95 45.10 361 48.95 -3.6FGL Hldg n FG ... ... ... 11.16 8.14 584 8.82 -12.4FGL Hld wt FG/WS ... ... ... 2.00 .97 1.48 -2.0FMC Corp FMC .66 .7 17 98.70 72.73 1101 89.75 -5.2 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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FNBCp PA FNB .48 3.7 13 14.92 12.44 4123 13.15 -4.8FNB FL pfE FNBpE ... ... ... 31.65 27.64 3 28.56 -2.3FTFQAntiB BTAL ... ... ...q 20.45 18.31 24 20.03 +3.9FTFQMom MOM ... ... ...q 26.26 23.09 24.54 +2.1FTFQuSize SIZ ... ... ...q 21.94 19.25 20.05 +.4FTFQValu CHEP ... ... ...q 27.13 22.52 0 22.95 -12.0FTFQHgDiv DIVA 1.08e 2.8 ...q 25.68 23.17 1 24.16 -2.8FqfOAsiaDv OASI .43e ... ...q 32.18 27.53 28.47 -5.1FqfOEurDiv OEUR .15e ... ...q 26.90 23.41 23.50 -7.7FQFO USDv OUSA .20e ... ... 33.39 29.40 30.51 -4.4FS Invest FSIC .76 10.7 9 8.75 6.95 646 7.10 -3.4FTE Net n FTNW ... ... ... 26.25 9.66 64 11.18 -32.2FTI Cnslt FCN ... ... 32 81.91 35.09 183 72.56 +68.9FTS Intl n FTSI ... ... ... 22.60 9.38 417 11.86 -39.5Fabrinet FN ... ... 19 48.97 24.02 532 45.95 +60.1FactsetR FDS 2.56 1.1 28 237.29 165.99 478 231.65 +20.2FairIsaac FICO .08 ... 58 241.10 138.98 135 229.11 +49.5FairmSant FMSA ... ... 35 6.39 3.41 5.63 +7.6FangHldg SFUN .20e 7.4 1 5.69 2.42 1436 2.72 -51.3FarPtAc un FPAC/U ... ... ... 10.45 10.06 8 10.22 +.6sFarfetch n FTCH ... ... ... 30.60 27.00 3699 30.25 +6.3Farmland FPI .20m 3.0 61 9.68 5.15 229 6.74 -22.4Farmln pfB FPIpB 1.50 6.7 ... 27.96 17.30 9 22.55 -12.5FedExCp FDX 2.60 1.1 11 274.66 214.17 1674 243.84 -2.3FedAgric AGM 2.32 3.0 ... 99.11 65.59 29 77.05 -1.5FdAgricA AGM/A 2.32 3.3 21 87.76 66.62 1 71.03 -2.4FAgMt pfA AGMpA 1.47 5.8 ... 26.25 24.75 1 25.45 +1.3FAgMt pfB AGMpB 1.72 6.5 ... 27.47 25.52 1 26.37 +.1FAgMt pfC AGMpC 1.50 5.7 ... 28.75 25.68 5 26.15 -6.0FedRlty FRT 4.08f 3.3 22 134.52 106.41 415 125.39 -5.6FedRlt pfC FRTpC 1.25 5.6 ... 25.48 21.32 18 22.37 -11.1FedSignl FSS .28 1.0 25 28.32 18.37 157 26.73 +33.1FedInvst FII 1.08 4.3 9 36.76 22.06 515 24.86 -31.1FedPMu FMN .88 6.9 ...q 14.96 12.80 7 12.81 -8.8Ferrari n RACE ... ... ... 149.85 103.65 423 139.00 +32.6Ferrellgs FGP .40 14.3 ...dd 5.48 2.70 219 2.79 -34.8Ferro FOE ... ... 19 25.50 20.07 214 23.42 -.7FiatChrys FCAU ... ... ... 24.95 15.33 2856 18.31 +2.6FibriaCelu FBR .09e .5 ... 22.05 12.20 1008 18.21 +23.9FidCorpBd FCOR 1.58 3.3 ...q 51.09 46.30 2 48.40 -5.0FidLtdTm FLTB .98 2.0 ...q 50.65 49.11 11 49.33 -1.6FidTotBd FBND 1.20e 2.5 ...q 50.55 48.42 49 48.60 -3.3FidCnsDis FDIS .40e .9 ...q 45.71 35.44 113 45.07 +15.2FidCnsStpl FSTA .87e 2.7 ... 35.47 29.50 63 32.77 -4.5FidEnergy FENY .53e 2.5 ...q 22.21 17.78 207 21.36 +6.5FidFinan FNCL .60e 1.4 ...q 43.90 37.02 115 41.50 +1.8FidHlthCre FHLC .70e 1.5 ...q 46.54 38.45 154 46.48 +16.2FidIndls FIDU .56e 1.4 ...q 41.28 35.55 76 40.41 +4.4Fid Val n FVAL ... ... ... 35.47 29.95 20 35.09 +6.8Fid Qual n FQAL ... ... ... 35.05 29.56 30 34.71 +9.2FidInfoTch FTEC .42e .7 ...q 60.90 44.87 366 59.84 +19.8Fid Moment FDMO ... ... ... 35.48 28.44 8 35.15 +12.4Fid LowVol FDLO ... ... ... 34.00 28.39 12 33.73 +10.2Fid RisR n FDRR ... ... ... 32.80 28.85 68 32.45 +5.9Fid CoreD n FDVV ... ... ... 31.13 26.84 53 30.75 +7.2FidMsciRE FREL .86e 3.6 ...q 25.45 21.73 159 23.96 -3.0FidUtils FUTY 1.21e 3.5 ...q 37.01 30.99 66 34.76 +.7FidTelecm FCOM .76e 2.4 ...q 33.40 27.59 46 31.34 +1.4FidelMatls FMAT .53e 1.5 ...q 37.11 31.85 36 34.50 -1.5FidlNatFn FNF 1.28f 3.2 16 42.52 33.71 785 39.51 +.7FidNatInfo FIS 1.28 1.2 20 110.83 89.31 1147 109.93 +16.8FidClayOp FMO 1.72f 14.3 ...q 15.43 10.27 121 12.01 -8.7Fieldpt wt FPP/WS ... ... ... .09 .00 .00 FifthStF 24 FSCE 1.47 5.8 ... 25.44 25.04 25.15 58.com WUBA ... ... 86 89.90 56.70 436 73.49 +2.7FstAccept FAC ... ... ...dd 1.50 .78 .81 -31.9FstAFin n FAF 1.52 2.9 21 62.71 48.81 800 52.56 -6.2FtBcp pfA FBPpA ... ... ... 12.30 FtBcp pfB FBPpB ... ... ... 12.00 FtBcp pfC FBPpC ... ... ... 12.07 FtBcp pfD FBPpD ... ... ... 12.69 FtBcp pfE FBPpE ... ... ... 12.03 FstBcpPR FBP ... ... 30 9.27 4.48 3111 8.93 +75.1FstCash FCFS .88 1.1 31 95.40 59.35 332 82.45 +22.2FstCwlth FCF .36 2.2 20 17.91 13.38 419 16.15 +12.8FstData n FDC ... ... 13 26.62 14.73 10423 25.61 +53.3FstHorizon FHN .48 2.7 16 20.86 16.51 1910 17.85 -10.7FstHrz pfA FHNpA 1.55 6.2 ... 25.70 24.77 9 25.19 FstInRT FR .87 2.8 21 34.04 27.61 692 31.20 -.9FMajSilv g AG ... ... ...dd 8.48 4.93 2235 5.60 -16.9FstRepBk FRC .72 .7 21 106.75 84.56 1190 99.99 +15.4FstRep pfB FRCpB 1.55 6.0 ... 25.63 FstRep pfD FRCpD 1.38 5.5 ... 25.84 24.16 7 24.90 -2.4FstRep pfE FRCpE 1.75 6.9 ... 26.93 25.25 11 25.47 -2.5FstRep pfF FRCpF 1.43 5.7 ... 26.90 24.65 5 25.00 -3.0FtRepB pfH FRCpH 1.28 5.2 ... 25.97 23.30 11 24.65 -3.0FtRpBk pfG FRCpG ... ... ... 26.67 24.09 27 24.68 -4.5FtTr 22 n FIV ... ... ... 9.73 9.02 53 9.27 +1.5FtTrGlob FAM .90 9.4 ...q 11.94 9.30 23 9.57 -17.4FT MCGr FNY .15e .3 ...q 47.20 35.61 34 46.19 +17.9FT MCVal FNK .40e 1.1 ...q 37.99 33.31 5 37.13 +2.4FT Austrla FAUS .80e 2.5 ...q 34.27 31.02 1 32.24 -5.2FT SCGr FYC .04e .1 ...q 53.19 39.71 92 51.99 +22.3FT SCVal FYT .26e .7 ...q 40.30 33.92 2 39.17 +6.3FT MegaCp FMK .44e 1.2 ...q 37.30 31.43 0 37.09 +10.7FTEurSelDv FDD 1.09e 8.2 ...q 14.79 12.78 41 13.23 -3.6FTDJMic FDM .49e 1.0 ...q 53.34 44.09 9 51.42 +8.4FT DynEq FDEU 1.45 9.2 ...q 20.20 15.21 53 15.77 -15.7sFtTEqCom ERM ... ... ... 23.78 20.92 13 23.56 +5.4FtT EqTact TERM ... ... ... 23.97 19.41 8 23.56 +5.4FT PfdSec FPE 1.02e 5.3 ...q 20.20 18.97 686 19.14 -4.3FT HeitGl PRME ... ... ... 21.67 17.96 0 20.75 +4.0FT EM Sl n RNEM ... ... ... 59.26 47.26 1 49.12 -9.9FT LgShEq FTLS .16e .4 ...q 41.72 36.63 12 40.55 +3.2FT PfInc n FPEI ... ... ... 20.38 18.24 38 19.15 -4.9FT VolIn n HDMV ... ... ... 36.34 32.51 10 33.61 -2.1FT VolD n HUSV ... ... ... 24.32 21.53 35 24.11 +4.9FTEgyInco FEN 2.32 10.4 ...q 28.00 21.34 91 22.33 -15.8FTEnInfra FIF 1.32a 8.3 ...q 19.19 14.57 54 15.95 -10.5FtTrEnEq FFA .96 5.9 ...q 16.73 14.32 28 16.15 -.2FTArcaBio FBT ... ... ...q 157.87 117.85 109 156.67 +25.8FTDJInet FDN ... ... ...q 147.73 98.97 546 140.81 +28.1FtTVixTail VIXH ... ... ... 26.06 FT RNG FCG .22e 1.0 ...q 24.67 19.20 119 22.62 -.7FT ConDis FXD .30e .7 ...q 45.57 37.80 24 43.37 +3.0FT ConStap FXG .75e 1.6 ...q 51.57 44.32 17 47.63 -2.1FT Engy FXN .33e 1.9 ...q 17.75 12.83 426 17.54 +13.3FT Fincl FXO .65e 2.0 ...q 32.97 29.13 179 32.42 +3.5FT HlthCr FXH ... ... ...q 83.96 65.80 174 83.69 +19.9FT IndPrd FXR .16e .4 ...q 43.24 36.63 141 42.51 +4.7FT Matls FXZ .37e .9 ...q 46.43 39.61 40 42.29 -3.5FT Tech FXL .13e .2 ...q 64.83 46.66 115 63.26 +23.3FT Utils FXU .67e 2.4 ...q 28.24 23.46 58 27.64 +6.2FTDJGlDiv FGD 1.42e 5.6 ...q 28.07 24.45 88 25.37 -3.7FT GlbRE FFR .75e 1.7 ... 47.19 41.42 1 44.89 -1.3FT NAEngy EMLP .93e 3.9 ...q 25.36 21.43 533 23.62 -3.8FT HiLgSh FSD 1.20 8.1 ...q 17.20 14.35 122 14.79 -10.0FT USIPO FPX .32e .4 ...q 75.99 62.79 52 74.16 +8.7FTChnd FNI .19e .6 ...q 43.90 33.97 7 34.14 -13.8FT Dow30 n EDOW ... ... ... 23.90 19.75 23.86 +7.8FT EngCn FLM .58e 1.0 ...q 63.91 53.61 7 57.21 -3.9FT WindEn FAN .46e 3.3 ...q 13.84 12.41 13.81 +4.2FT Wtr FIW .21e .4 ...q 51.71 44.56 16 51.14 +5.0FT RNG rs FCG/WI ... ... ...q FT IntPfd FPF 1.95 9.1 ...q 25.10 21.40 198 21.48 -11.9FT LCCore FEX .58e .9 ...q 63.26 53.99 55 62.72 +7.1FT LCGr FTC .24e .3 ...q 70.74 56.19 34 70.22 +14.8FT LCVal FTA .82e 1.5 ...q 57.69 50.48 41 54.85 +.4FT MLP&E FEI 1.42 11.4 ...q 16.50 11.68 253 12.42 -20.0FT MCCore FNX .51e .7 ...q 73.11 60.61 23 71.94 +9.5FTMstrDv FDL .79e 2.6 ...q 31.14 27.37 73 29.96 -.4FTFutStrt FMF ... ... ... 51.53 37.80 1 49.55 +4.1FstTrMtg FMY 1.02 7.6 ...q 14.48 13.20 1 13.42 -5.7FT MultCG FAD .20e .3 ...q 77.78 60.05 12 76.63 +16.7FT MultCV FAB .45e .8 ...q 59.34 52.60 2 57.99 +1.8tFT MLPEn FPL 1.26 13.2 ...q 13.49 9.57 320 9.52 -19.8FT REIT FRI .39e 1.7 ...q 24.38 20.20 13 23.15 -.6FT SCCore FYX .38e .6 ...q 70.45 56.67 24 69.04 +12.9FTSpecFin FGB .70 11.0 ...q 7.00 5.65 23 6.37 +3.7FTStrHi2 FHY 1.32 11.1 ...q 13.88 11.83 11.90 -7.0FTrVL100 FVL .05e .2 ...q 25.04 21.88 5 23.47 +.4FTrVLDv FVD .57e 1.8 ...q 32.20 28.89 416 31.86 +3.2FT EmOp FEO 1.40 10.8 ...q 17.42 12.40 22 12.92 -20.8FTrSenFlt FCT .72 5.7 ...q 13.53 12.41 32 12.65 -1.5FirstEngy FE 1.44 3.9 8 38.37 29.34 3776 36.86 +20.4Fitbit n FIT ... ... ...dd 7.79 4.51 4994 5.66 -.9500.com WBAI ... ... 47 23.22 9.05 26 10.81 +6.9tFvPntHld n FPH ... ... ... 15.04 9.95 170 9.86 -30.1FlagstarB FBC ... ... 23 40.06 30.82 145 31.31 -16.3F&C DynPf DFP 1.92 8.1 ...q 28.36 22.78 44 23.68 -11.2FlrtyPfdInc PFD 1.08 8.0 ...q 16.34 13.19 17 13.42 -10.4FlrtyPfdOp PFO .88 7.6 ...q 12.32 10.60 50 11.52 -2.5FlrtyPfdSc FFC 1.63 8.8 ...q 21.56 18.26 83 18.47 -9.7FlrtyTotR FLC 1.63 8.6 ...q 22.00 18.88 22 18.93 -12.4Flanign BDL .25f .9 15 29.00 20.60 2 27.80 +17.8Fleetcor FLT ... ... 28 227.15 152.13 434 222.00 +15.4FlexUSTilt TILT 1.74e 1.5 ...q 121.42 103.91 4 120.00 +7.2FlxEmgTilt TLTE 1.26e 2.4 ...q 65.59 50.27 10 51.68 -13.5FlxUpstNR GUNR .67e 2.0 ...q 35.54 30.87 156 33.77 +1.4Flx3yrTips TDTT .39e 1.6 ...q 24.70 23.91 338 23.93 -1.7Flx5yrTips TDTF .54e 2.2 ...q 25.46 24.16 64 24.19 -3.0FlxCoreSl n BNDC ... ... ... 28.51 23.99 24.01 -4.2FlexEMTilt TLEH ... ... ...q 33.14 27.73 0 28.49 -7.6FlxDMTilt TLDH ... ... ...q 30.34 27.03 28.49 -2.3FlxGlbQRE GQRE 1.33e 2.2 ...q 64.31 57.24 2 61.26 -2.4FlxGblInfr NFRA .95e 2.0 ...q 49.99 44.91 22 46.87 -3.9FlxDevTilt TLTD 1.88e 2.9 ...q 73.71 62.88 13 65.62 -5.2FlxIntDvDf IQDE 1.15e 5.0 ...q 27.04 22.37 0 23.01 -9.8FlxIntDvDy IQDY 1.02e 4.0 ...q 30.65 24.51 0 25.46 -10.9FlxIntlDiv IQDF 1.01e 4.2 ...q 28.63 23.35 59 24.04 -10.3FlxQDvDef QDEF 1.19e 2.5 ...q 47.58 41.14 26 46.97 +6.5FlxQDvDyn QDYN 1.22e 2.7 ...q 47.20 41.20 9 45.71 +3.4FlxQualDv QDF 1.22e 2.6 ...q 48.14 42.00 68 47.45 +5.4FlxRdyAcc RAVI 1.23 1.6 ...q 75.90 67.87 39 75.53 +.1FlexSolu FSI ... ... ...dd 2.10 1.33 2 1.50 -17.6Flor&Dec n FND ... ... 36 58.28 33.61 1498 34.18 -29.8Flotek FTK ... ... ...dd 6.77 1.94 963 2.40 -48.5FlowrsFds FLO .72 3.7 20 22.82 17.71 986 19.09 -1.1Flowserve FLS .76 1.4 ...cc 56.86 37.71 1206 54.66 +29.7TigerM wt IDI/WS ... ... ... .07 Fluor FLR .84 1.4 43 62.09 40.70 658 59.06 +14.3FlyLeasing FLY 1.00 7.0 14 15.32 11.54 47 14.34 +11.1FEMSA FMX .74e .8 ... 101.12 80.86 215 95.00 +1.2FootLockr FL 1.38 2.9 27 59.40 28.42 2917 47.48 +1.3FordM F .60a 6.3 5 13.48 9.22 43055 9.59 -23.2ForestCA FCE/A .72 2.9 20 25.86 19.24 1532 25.11 +4.2Forestar FOR ... ... 16 26.39 15.35 29 24.85 +13.0ForsightEn FELP .13 ... ...dd 4.73 3.28 33 3.95 -9.6Fortis n FTS 1.70 5.2 ... 38.24 30.88 227 32.41 -11.6Fortive n FTV .28 .3 ... 88.34 69.03 17761 86.33 +19.3FortTrInf n FTAI 1.32 7.1 ...dd 20.13 15.45 69 18.68 -6.3FortunaSlv FSM ... ... 18 6.08 4.03 783 4.37 -16.3FBHmSec FBHS .80 1.5 18 73.62 52.52 2373 54.59 -20.2ForumEn FET ... ... ...dd 17.95 9.95 701 11.00 -29.3FoundBld n FBM ... ... ... 16.40 12.09 103 13.08 -11.6FourCorP s FCPT 1.10 4.4 19 27.48 21.28 402 25.26 -1.7FourSeEd n FEDU 3.32 73.9 5 10.45 3.66 4 4.49 -50.1FrancoN g FNV .96 1.5 58 86.06 58.26 638 62.96 -21.3FrankCov FC ... ... ...dd 31.20 18.00 9 23.55 +13.5FrankFn n FSB .40p ... 20 41.50 30.80 85 40.20 +17.9FrankLibInt FLQH ... ... ... 28.16 23.58 1 25.24 -.4FrankLibEm FLQE ... ... ... 35.59 29.04 2 30.16 -8.7 FrankLibGl FLQD ... ... ... 30.47 26.92 1 28.14 -3.3FrankLbGlE FLQG ... ... ... 32.51 29.20 31.36 +2.6FrnL LoV n FLLV ... ... ... 33.24 28.32 1 33.17 +9.5FrnkLInvGr FLCO ... ... ... 24.88 23.48 1 23.51 -5.1FrnL IntO n FLIO ... ... ... 31.52 27.73 28.00 -4.8FrkL US Eq FLQL ... ... ... 31.59 26.62 3 31.32 +8.3FrankL Mun FLMB ... ... ... 25.38 24.26 24.26 -3.3FrnkL MunO FLMI ... ... ... 25.00 24.35 24.35 -2.4FrkL US Sm FLQS ... ... ... 30.76 25.18 1 30.00 +14.5FrkL USMid FLQM ... ... ... 29.28 25.61 29.06 +3.8FrankRes BEN .92 2.8 11 45.96 29.95 4259 32.34 -25.4FrkShDGv FTSD 1.55e ... ...q FrkStPrp FSP .36f 4.6 10 11.00 7.08 308 7.91 -26.4tFrkLtdDur FTF .74 7.3 ...q 12.13 10.27 223 10.16 -14.1FrkUnv FT .47 7.1 ...q 7.36 6.55 32 6.72 -6.3FranksIntl FI .30 3.6 ... 9.75 4.93 778 8.40 +26.3FrptMcM FCX .20 1.4 9 20.25 12.18 20284 14.24 -24.9FresenMd FMS .51e 1.0 ... 57.94 47.19 52 51.32 -2.3FDelMnt FDP .60 1.7 15 52.43 34.29 206 35.09 -26.4FriedmInd FRD .24f 2.7 ...dd 11.47 5.15 38 8.76 +54.2Frontlne rs FRO .60e ... ...dd 6.43 3.79 344 5.65 +23.1FullerHB FUL .62f 1.1 25 59.58 46.62 378 58.20 +8.0FutureFuel FF .24a 1.4 21 18.97 11.32 217 17.31 +22.9G -GAMCO s GBL .08 .3 ... 30.94 23.42 19 24.67 -16.8GATX GATX 1.76f 2.0 17 91.12 56.00 223 86.25 +38.8GATX 66 GMTA ... ... ... 27.00 22.81 7 25.24 -3.9GCP ApT n GCP ... ... 56 34.79 23.85 649 26.80 -16.0GDL Fund GDL .64 7.0 ...q 10.30 9.02 38 9.19 -5.5GDLFd pfB GDLpB 1.50 3.0 ... 50.80 49.99 50.06 -.5GGP Inc pfA GGPpA 1.59 6.5 ... 25.68 23.55 24.39 -3.4GMAC CpT ALLYpA 2.03 7.8 ... 26.87 25.46 257 26.17 +.8GMS Inc n GMS ... ... 17 39.98 22.92 342 24.26 -35.5GNC GNC .80 18.6 4 9.58 2.71 3718 4.30 +16.5GP Strat GPX ... ... 24 31.25 17.15 29 18.05 -22.2GTT Comm GTT ... ... ...dd 62.32 31.15 649 43.35 -7.7GabCvInc GCV .48 8.5 ...q 6.95 5.52 53 5.67 -3.9GabCv pfB GCVpB 1.50 5.8 ... 26.97 25.49 3 25.68 -3.0GabDvInc GDV 1.32 5.5 ...q 24.97 21.44 179 24.01 +2.6GabDiv pfA GDVpA 1.47 5.7 ... 26.70 25.26 4 25.64 -1.9GabDiv pfD GDVpD 1.50 5.8 ... 27.31 25.36 1 25.70 -2.4GabDiv pfG GDVpG 1.31 5.3 ... 25.69 24.10 2 24.77 -2.3GabelliET GAB .60 9.2 ...q 6.65 5.87 1072 6.55 +5.8GabllE pfD GABpD 1.47 5.8 ... 26.70 25.32 1 25.49 -2.4GabllE pfG GABpG 1.25 5.2 ... 25.23 23.45 3 23.88 -3.3Gabeli pfJ GABpJ ... ... ... 26.72 24.42 2 25.05 -1.9GabEq pfH GABpH 1.25 5.1 ... 25.25 22.50 1 24.29 -3.3GabGSmM GGZ ... ... ... 13.61 11.73 16 12.34 -3.1GabGSm pfA GGZpA 1.36 5.4 ... 27.63 24.16 3 24.96 -2.1GabGUtil GLU 1.20 6.0 ...q 21.96 18.00 28 19.87 -6.7GabGUtil pf GLUpA 3.00 6.4 ... 55.40 43.66 47.00 -6.4GabGoAn n GGO ... ... ... 24.74 16.28 2 18.80 +4.2GabGo pfA GGOpA ... ... ... 45.00 41.73 41.73 -3.0sGabHlthW GRX .52 4.7 ...q 11.09 9.12 81 11.08 +7.3GabHW rt GRXr ... ... ... .40 GabHlt pfA GRXpA 1.44 5.7 ... 26.48 25.02 2 25.26 -2.2GabHlt pfB GRXpB 1.47 5.7 ... 27.19 25.49 0 25.73 -2.3GabMultT GGT .88e 9.6 ...q 10.09 8.42 107 9.20 -.1GabMT pfB GGTpB 1.50 5.8 ... 27.00 25.26 0 25.78 -1.9GabMul pfE GGTpE ... ... ... 25.30 22.97 14 23.49 -6.4GabUtil GUT .60 10.4 ...q 7.20 5.68 181 5.79 -18.5GabUt pfA GUTpA 1.41 5.5 ... 26.50 24.89 0 25.49 -.4GabUtil pfC GUTpC ... ... ... 26.03 24.54 1 24.98 -1.8Gasa rs GFA ... ... ... 12.99 5.12 30 5.26 -58.3Gain Cap GCAP .24 3.6 11 13.26 6.04 245 6.60 -34.0Gallaghr AJG 1.64 2.2 28 76.49 60.48 642 75.15 +18.8GamGldNR GGN .84 17.8 ...q 5.72 4.54 639 4.73 -9.2GamGld pfB GGNpB 1.25 5.5 ... 25.05 22.50 2 22.83 -8.0GamNRG&I GNT .84 14.4 ...q 7.15 5.64 107 5.85 -12.8GamNR pfA GNTpA 1.30 5.6 ... 26.27 22.77 8 23.36 -6.6GameStop GME 1.52 9.8 ...dd 20.97 12.20 3578 15.52 -13.5Gannett n GCI .64 6.3 ...cc 12.38 8.06 617 10.21 -11.9Gap GPS .97 3.5 12 35.68 25.36 5800 27.70 -18.1GardDnv n GDI ... ... ... 38.00 24.35 1461 29.54 -12.9Gartner IT ... ... 48 159.92 111.57 440 157.01 +27.5GasLogPt GLOP 2.09f 8.5 11 25.60 21.85 97 24.65 -.4GasLPt pfA GLOPpA ... ... ... 27.24 25.30 15 25.79 -1.2GasLog GLOG .56 2.8 37 22.55 15.75 266 20.00 -10.1GasLog pfA GLOGpA 2.19 8.3 ... 27.63 25.20 5 26.50 -.4Gastar pfA GSTpA 2.16 71.8 ... 19.10 2.35 3.01 -83.2Gastar pfB GSTpB 2.69 89.7 ... 21.88 2.34 3.00 -84.1sGatesInd n GTES ... ... 36 20.28 14.60 533 19.56 +8.2GazitGlobe GZT .37e 4.0 9 11.00 8.78 1 9.30 -11.7GeeGroup JOB ... ... ...dd 3.45 2.00 2 2.51 -9.7GencoSh rs GNK ... ... ...dd 20.07 9.75 95 13.61 +2.2Generac GNRC ... ... 21 60.70 42.96 282 58.19 +17.5GAInv GAM 1.15e .9 ...q 37.33 32.20 75 37.13 +7.9GAInv pfB GAMpB 1.49 5.8 ... 27.09 25.55 4 25.91 -2.6GenDynam GD 3.72 1.8 21 230.00 184.21 1131 202.83 -.3tGenElec GE .48 4.1 ...dd 25.21 11.94 148336 11.74 -32.8GECap5-53 GEK 1.18 4.8 ... 25.57 22.61 24.50 -1.8GECap 1-53 GEH 1.22 4.9 ... 25.59 22.60 25.05 GEC 10-52 GEB 1.22 4.9 ... 25.40 22.48 25.10 +.8GenMills GIS 1.96 4.5 10 60.69 41.01 3365 44.01 -25.8GenMoly GMO ... ... ...dd .46 .28 107 .36 +9.4GenMotors GM 1.52 4.4 ...dd 46.76 33.44 9920 34.75 -15.2GMot wtB GM/WSB ... ... ... 28.76 21.99 25.44 +8.7Gensco GCO ... ... ...dd 51.85 22.55 300 45.90 +41.2GenesWyo GWR ... ... 30 91.86 67.61 715 90.65 +15.1GenesisEn GEL 2.88f 12.1 ...cc 27.20 18.42 463 23.84 +6.7GenesisHlt GEN .24 16.7 ...dd 2.86 .60 257 1.44 +88.7GenieEn n GNE .30 5.5 ... 7.17 3.82 26 5.44 +24.8GenieE pfA GNEpA .64 8.3 ... 7.86 6.85 1 7.67 +4.5Genpact G .30 ... 20 34.79 28.17 653 30.71 -3.2GenuPrt GPC 2.88 2.9 21 107.75 84.71 699 99.39 +4.6Genworth GNW ... ... 3 4.92 2.66 3006 4.14 +33.1GeoGrp s GEO 1.88 7.6 15 28.06 19.05 419 24.86 +5.3GeoPark GPRK ... ... ... 21.88 8.02 793 20.00 +101.8GaPw 77 n GPJA ... ... ... 26.14 23.01 38 24.00 -6.3Gerdau GGB .02e .5 ... 5.32 2.89 7017 4.04 +8.6GerNew GF 1.23e .4 ...q 21.49 17.79 14 18.57 -4.5GettyRlty GTY 1.28 4.6 15 29.89 22.68 89 27.89 +2.7GigCapit n GIG ... ... ... 10.22 9.60 3 9.95 +3.2GigCapit rt GIGr ... ... ... GigCapit wt GIG/WS ... ... ... Gildan s GIL .45 1.5 17 34.19 25.33 289 29.79 -7.8Glatfelter GLT .52 2.6 15 23.85 15.30 274 19.76 -7.3Glaukos n GKOS ... ... ... 70.91 23.08 284 60.72 +136.7GlaxoSKln GSK 2.89e 7.2 ... 42.36 34.52 1436 40.20 +13.3GblBrCopp BRSS .36f 1.0 17 39.05 27.50 64 36.00 +8.8GlbMed n GMRE .20p ... ...cc 10.05 6.34 100 9.11 +11.1GlMed pfA GMREpA 1.88 7.3 ... 25.87 23.50 1 25.65 +1.3GlobNetL n GNL .94 4.6 33 22.53 15.55 457 20.34 -1.2GlNetL pfA GNLpA 1.81 7.2 ... 25.97 24.06 3 25.06 -2.4GlobPtrs GLP 1.90f 10.4 ...dd 21.05 15.17 30 18.25 +9.3GlobPay s GPN .04 ... 43 129.25 92.97 557 127.29 +27.0GlbShipLs GSL .40 38.5 ...dd 1.94 .98 35 1.04 -10.3GlbShip pfB GSLpB 2.19 9.1 ... 25.36 21.29 1 24.14 +.9GlbXNordic GXF .83e 3.6 ...q 24.68 21.25 2 23.06 +1.6GbXSpDvE SDEM .63e ... ...q 17.90 13.14 7 13.75 -15.5GbXUSRota SCTO .12p ... ...q 28.03 24.74 0 27.47 +4.4GblXEffic EFFE .16p ... ...q 27.69 25.00 26.97 +1.2GblXPortgl PGAL .36e 2.9 ...q 13.33 11.54 10 12.40 +4.3GblXColum GXG .41e 4.2 ...q 11.51 9.27 93 9.87 -1.5GblXEmFtr EMFM .40e 1.8 ...q 26.16 20.50 1 21.63 -9.8GbXMLP&E MLPX .60 4.5 ...q 14.60 11.36 86 13.35 -1.8GblXChMat CHIM .24e 1.4 ...q 24.12 16.37 0 17.67 -15.3GblXArg ARGT .09e .3 ...q 38.46 24.56 90 27.26 -22.8GblXSDvUS DIV 1.93 7.6 ...q 25.98 23.43 46 25.37 -.9GXSupInPf SPFF .99 8.3 ...q 12.75 11.65 67 11.92 -2.0GblXGuru GURU .28e .9 ...q 33.04 27.92 3 32.65 +9.9GbXGreece GREK .13e 1.6 ...q 11.56 8.11 316 8.36 -18.7GblXChCon CHIQ .12e .8 ...q 19.98 14.17 15 15.36 -17.7GblX MLP MLPA .90e 9.3 ...q 10.88 8.14 423 9.63 -2.3GblXFertil SOIL .25e 2.3 ...q 11.01 9.61 17 10.87 +3.2GblXChiEn CHIE .41e 3.2 ...q 13.77 10.98 1 12.75 +12.3GblXSupDv SDIV 1.42e 6.7 ... 22.60 20.09 169 20.34 -6.6GlbXChiFn CHIX .34e 2.0 ...q 21.04 15.69 13 16.86 -6.3GbXSEAsia ASEA .42e 2.6 ...q 18.44 15.14 6 16.13 -5.1GblXPakist PAK ... ... ...q 14.94 10.21 17 10.61 -14.3GblXChiInd CHII .35e 2.5 ...q 16.58 12.94 2 14.05 -8.0sGblXNorway NORW .83e 5.5 ...q 15.06 12.71 56 15.17 +15.5GblXScUS n SCIU ... ... ...q 33.54 29.20 5 33.29 +7.7GblXScEu n SCID ... ... ...q 29.75 26.35 27.62 -.4GblXScAs n SCIX ... ... ...q 27.08 24.26 25.14 -2.9GblXScJp n SCIJ ... ... ... 33.72 28.93 30.75 -3.0GblX Icon ef LOGO ... ... ... 16.00 GbX US pf n PFFD ... ... ... 26.22 23.70 24 24.24 -2.6GbXNigeria NGE .31e 1.8 ...q 27.10 16.60 4 17.58 -19.0GbX US Inf PAVE ... ... ... 17.80 15.02 9 17.39 +3.6GblFound n BOSS ... ... ... 21.00 16.08 1 20.35 +17.5GlbXCop rs COPX .43e 1.9 ...q 29.34 19.85 25 22.39 -18.1GlbXSilv rs SIL ... ... ...q 34.71 22.70 562 24.50 -24.9GlbXLith rs LIT ... ... ...q 41.21 30.72 130 33.69 -13.1GbX Gold rs GOEX ... ... ...q 24.36 17.51 6 18.88 -19.0GbXUran rs URA ... ... ...q 16.36 11.81 176 12.87 -14.5GlblScape GSB .06 1.5 23 4.35 3.20 17 4.08 +14.9Globalstar GSAT ... ... ...dd 1.89 .40 2330 .52 -60.3GlobantSA GLOB ... ... 59 66.41 34.82 279 57.39 +23.5GlobusMed GMED ... ... 45 57.55 28.36 2554 54.08 +31.6Glowpoint GLOW ... ... ...dd .65 .12 487 .17 -52.8GoDaddy n GDDY ... ... ...cc 84.67 42.54 1475 80.59 +60.3GolLinhs s GOL ... ... ... 14.48 4.43 816 5.28 -39.7GoldFLtd GFI .02e .8 ... 4.54 2.20 6119 2.53 -41.2GoldResrc GORO .02 .4 63 7.33 3.52 281 5.07 +15.2GoldStdV g GSV ... ... ... 2.01 1.15 556 1.84 +5.1Goldcrp g GG .24 2.3 15 15.55 9.89 7780 10.64 -16.7GoldenMin AUMN ... ... ... .51 .21 484 .22 -48.4GoldStr g GSS ... ... 7 .92 .56 668 .78 -12.4GldFld GV ... ... 11 6.38 3.60 37 4.25 -13.3GoldS pfJ GSpJ 1.38 5.4 ... 27.74 25.36 47 25.61 -3.4GS BDC n GSBD 1.80 8.0 13 23.10 18.78 144 22.49 +1.4GS ActbtInt GSIE ... ... ...q 32.48 28.41 94 29.68 -1.1GS ActEM GEM ... ... ...q 39.44 31.06 66 32.29 -9.8GS ActEur GSEU .60e ... ... 33.94 29.73 1 30.90 -2.5GS ActJpn GSIY ... ... ... 36.02 31.20 0 33.81 +.5GS US LgC GSEW ... ... ... 47.17 40.64 2 46.39 +6.7GS HYBd n GHYB ... ... ... 50.32 48.01 0 48.78 -1.5GS CpBd n GIGB ... ... ... 50.30 47.71 13 47.92 -4.6GS ActLgC GSLC ... ... ...q 59.45 49.26 237 58.79 +10.2GS 0-1Yr n GBIL ... ... ... 105.09 99.91 161 100.12 +.1GS Indus n GVIP ... ... ... 58.95 50.14 9 58.20 +9.9GS SCap n GSSC ... ... ... 49.66 40.68 4 48.06 +11.0GSCI37 GSC ... ... ...q 28.00 17.55 4 27.35 +14.1GoldmanS GS 3.20f 1.4 19 275.31 218.89 2056 232.90 -8.6GoldS pfK GSpK 1.59 5.9 ... 29.55 26.63 19 26.78 -6.3GoldS pfN GSpN ... ... ... 28.34 25.95 25 26.09 -6.3GoldS pfB GSpB 1.55 5.9 ... 27.40 25.20 9 26.47 +2.3GoldS pfC GSpC 1.02 4.4 ... 25.27 21.52 3 23.35 +2.6GoldS pfA GSpA .96 4.2 ... 23.97 21.25 21 22.84 +1.3GoldS pfD GSpD 1.02 4.5 ... 23.52 21.46 71 22.58 GS MLPEn GER .64 10.0 ...q 7.29 5.25 241 6.43 +4.6GS MLPInc GMZ 1.38 15.1 ... 10.33 7.55 114 9.14 +2.2GoodrPet n GDP ... ... ... 15.75 8.96 12 13.03 +19.4GormanR GRC .50 1.3 33 38.26 26.53 38 37.48 +20.1vjGrace GRA .96 1.3 21 77.37 58.48 459 72.64 +3.6Graco s GGG .53 1.1 15 49.69 40.19 655 46.94 +3.8GrahamCp GHM .40f 1.4 20 28.98 17.97 10 27.67 +32.2GrahamH s GHC 5.32 .9 22 625.45 536.90 18 578.00 +3.5Graingr GWW 5.44 1.5 25 372.06 166.46 461 352.57 +49.2 Grmrcy pfA GPTpA 1.78 7.1 ... 27.76 24.41 12 24.99 -7.2GrmPrTr rs GPT 1.50 5.5 ... 31.26 21.12 843 27.43 +2.9sGranTrra g GTE ... ... ...dd 3.61 1.98 2576 3.70 +37.0GranaMon GRAM .25e 9.4 ... 5.15 2.25 15 2.65 -7.0GraniteC GVA .52 1.2 31 68.58 40.76 295 45.08 -28.9GranitPnt n GPMT 1.60f 8.3 58 19.33 16.15 302 19.20 +8.2GraniteRE GRP/U 2.30 ... ... 44.24 36.24 1 42.79 +9.5Gran Gld n BAR ... ... ... 136.05 117.15 26 119.70 -8.1GranCom n COMB ... ... ... 27.39 24.54 3 25.42 -2.9GranSP n COMG ... ... ... 32.29 24.96 5 30.47 +10.0GrphTInt n EAF .15e .8 ... 24.36 14.44 1481 19.21 +23.9GraphPkg GPK .30 2.1 15 16.74 13.27 3386 14.36 -7.1GrayTelev GTN ... ... 13 17.88 10.70 456 17.35 +3.6GrayTvA GTN/A ... ... 24 16.00 9.50 1 15.90 +10.8GrtAjax n AJX 1.20 8.9 9 14.69 12.27 16 13.55 -2.0GrtAjx24 n AJXA ... ... ... 26.37 24.54 0 25.40 +.1GrtBasG g GBG ... ... ... .09 GtPanSilv g GPL ... ... ... 1.45 .78 700 .90 -30.2GrtWstBcp GWB 1.00 2.3 17 46.03 37.65 198 43.28 +8.7GreenDot GDOT ... ... 41 91.51 47.36 372 86.49 +43.5GreenTrH n GHG ... ... ... 25.10 10.27 138 13.21 +2.0GreenbCos GBX .92f 1.5 13 60.90 43.05 201 59.75 +12.1Greenhill GHL .20 .7 ...dd 33.45 14.18 201 27.15 +39.2Greif A GEF 1.76f 3.1 17 65.60 47.97 92 57.05 -5.8Greif B GEF/B 2.64e 4.3 14 71.95 52.50 16 61.75 -11.0tGriffon GFF .28f 1.7 18 24.50 16.80 170 16.95 -16.7Group1 GPI 1.00 1.4 9 84.47 59.72 302 69.15 -2.6GrubHub GRUB ... ... ...cc 149.35 50.10 1503 134.81 +87.8GAeroPac PAC 3.21e 2.0 ... 111.60 82.19 60 104.29 +1.5GpoASur ASR 3.31e ... ... 212.70 152.41 39 200.09 +9.6GpoAvalAc AVAL .40 5.3 ... 9.51 7.40 228 7.59 -10.7GpFnSnMx BSMX .30e 4.2 ... 10.13 6.99 7.19 -1.6GpoRadio RC ... ... ... 11.53 GpoSimec SIM ... ... ... 11.64 8.20 1 8.78 -6.1GpSuprvi n SUPV ... ... ... 33.85 4.91 1915 8.65 -70.5GpTelevisa TV ... ... ... 25.05 14.20 757 18.52 -.8GuangRy GSH .63e 2.7 ... 37.43 20.59 11 22.72 -32.0Guess GES .90 4.0 ...cc 26.95 14.17 570 22.33 +32.3GuggBAB GBAB 1.66 7.7 ...q 23.12 20.97 37 21.59 -5.0Gug 27Cp n BSCR ... ... ... 20.12 19.11 19.23 -3.8Gug 25Cp n BSJP ... ... ... 25.23 23.92 24.07 -3.2GugCrdAllo GGM 2.18 10.0 ...q 23.88 21.08 14 21.85 -.4GuggChina YAO .54e 1.5 ...q 39.91 32.89 35.63 +2.0GugSPEW RSP 1.31e 1.3 ...q 107.44 94.26 98.14 -2.9GugRus50 XLG 3.03e 1.6 ...q 204.48 175.79 184.20 -3.1GugSPVal RPV 1.18e 1.8 ...q 71.34 60.47 64.18 -3.2GugSPGth RPG .59e .5 ...q 117.34 97.79 109.46 +4.4Gug LCap n GMFL ... ... ... 28.81 24.89 27.33 +.6GugS&P100 OEW ... ... ... 35.08 29.88 31.88 -2.9GuEqWREst EWRE .27e ... ...q 28.67 23.75 26.03 -6.2GugMCVal RFV .86e 1.3 ...q 73.80 63.10 65.19 -6.6GugEMk EW EWEM .56e 1.6 ...q 37.81 32.75 35.51 +2.2GugMC400E EWMC ... ... ... 67.95 59.69 62.70 -2.5GugSC600E EWSC ... ... ... 58.12 50.70 53.61 -1.5GugMCGth RFG .75e .5 ...q 167.46 141.45 155.08 +.6GugSCVal RZV .67e .9 ...q 76.68 66.57 70.78 -3.2GugTotRet GTO ... ... ... 53.54 50.85 52.26 -1.0GugUtil RYU 2.62e 3.2 ...q 91.25 77.44 82.64 -3.6Gug US Lg OVLC ... ... ... 31.49 28.98 29.51 -4.0GugSCGth RZG .56e .5 ...q 122.75 105.58 114.05 -.4GugTech RYT 1.09e .7 ...q 163.73 131.71 147.21 +3.0RydxMatls RTM 1.19e 1.1 ...q 118.47 102.08 105.06 -6.8GugIndls RGI .84e .7 ...q 127.94 110.86 118.81 -1.5GugHlthC RYH .75e .4 ...q 199.28 172.47 179.20 -.2GugFncl RYF .93e 2.1 ...q 47.40 40.20 43.81 -.7GugEngy RYE .79e 1.5 ...q 63.47 50.53 53.97 -7.4GugConStp RHS 2.05e 1.6 ...q 138.61 119.71 126.70 -5.2GugCnsDis RCD 1.12e 1.1 ...q 108.68 90.17 97.66 -2.4GugEnhEq GPM .96 10.8 ...q 9.42 7.72 119 8.85 -.6GugChinTc CQQQ .60e 1.0 ...q 67.24 55.05 58.81 -3.0GugWater CGW .48e 1.4 ...q 36.40 32.25 33.82 -4.8GugCdnEn ENY .49e 5.9 ...q 8.98 7.25 8.31 -1.0GugSPHiInf GHII 1.03e 3.9 ...q 29.26 24.90 26.31 -4.6GugSolar TAN .83e 3.1 ...q 26.95 21.05 26.55 +5.7GugShippg SEA 1.48e 14.2 ...q 12.40 10.31 10.45 -10.0GugIntMult HGI .59e 3.5 ...q 18.58 16.62 16.88 -3.2GugFront FRN .47e 2.9 ...q 16.28 14.33 16.15 +8.8GugChinSC HAO .76e 2.3 ...q 33.23 27.68 32.35 +9.4GugChRe TAO .40e 1.3 ...q 33.38 27.28 30.32 +5.7GugGTimb CUT .52e 1.6 ...q 33.90 29.88 32.72 +2.9Gug BRIC EEB .41e 1.1 ...q 42.00 36.17 37.78 +1.2Gug 26CpBd BSCQ ... ... ... 19.89 18.75 18.95 -3.8Gug 24HYBd BSJO ... ... ... 26.07 24.64 24.81 -3.2GugDJIADv DJD .02p ... ...q 36.38 31.52 32.96 -3.5GugHYBd23 BSJN .15e ... ...q 26.92 25.48 25.87 -1.9GugCpBd25 BSCP ... ... ...q 20.86 19.83 19.96 -3.6GugInsidr NFO .90e 1.4 ...q 65.75 58.22 63.14 +1.9GugBlt22HY BSJM 1.27 5.2 ...q 25.46 24.17 24.49 -1.7GugB21HY BSJL 1.27 5.2 ...q 25.32 24.12 24.58 -1.4GugBlt24CB BSCO .58 2.9 ...q 21.10 20.09 20.19 -3.3GugBlt23CB BSCN .65 3.2 ...q 21.16 20.20 20.32 -2.4GugBlt22CB BSCM .58e 2.8 ...q 21.72 20.62 20.69 -2.3GugBlt21CB BSCL .56 2.7 ...q 21.80 20.70 20.78 -1.7ClayWilMic WMCR .68e 2.0 ...q 37.04 31.46 33.98 -8.0GugB20HY BSJK 1.30e 5.3 ...q 24.97 23.91 24.21 -1.3GugB19HY BSJJ 1.22e 5.0 ...q 24.76 23.84 24.19 -.8GugB18HY BSJI 1.28e 4.6 ...q 25.36 24.73 25.11 ClyWUSRE WREI 1.53e 3.3 ...q 48.78 40.99 42.61 -10.0GugMultAs CVY 1.07e 5.0 ...q 23.50 21.10 21.47 -4.2GugCpBd20 BSCK .61e 2.9 ...q 21.53 20.98 21.04 -1.2GugBlt19CB BSCJ .47e 2.2 ...q 21.29 20.92 20.97 -.6GugBlt18CB BSCI .40e 1.8 ...q 21.21 21.08 21.11 +.1GugSpinOff CSD .70e 1.3 ...q 56.40 49.52 53.08 +1.9GugRJ SB1 RYJ .59e 1.3 ...q 47.07 40.33 46.91 +7.8GugEShDur GSY .65e 1.3 ...q 50.41 50.11 50.16 GugMCCre CZA 1.02e 1.6 ...q 68.99 61.75 64.81 -1.2GugGlDiv LVL .52e 4.8 ...q 11.80 10.71 10.89 -3.9GugDefEq DEF .85e 1.8 ...q 49.26 43.68 46.41 -.2GugStrOp GOF 2.19 10.3 ...q 22.39 18.80 117 21.28 -1.4Guidewire GWRE ... ... ...dd 107.79 70.06 936 99.40 +33.9GlfmOff wt GLF/WS ... ... ... 3.50 .72 .79 +9.7GlfmrkOf n GLF ... ... ... 39.00 17.80 12 35.38 +24.2H -HCA Hldg HCA .35p ... 20 138.18 71.18 1091 134.31 +52.9HCI Grp HCI 1.50 3.5 ...dd 44.25 28.70 27 42.66 +42.7HCP Inc HCP 1.48 5.8 14 28.29 21.48 2753 25.70 -1.5HDFC Bk HDB .37e .4 ... 112.10 89.07 1385 91.39 -10.1HECO pfU HEpU 1.62 6.1 ... 27.99 25.05 0 26.80 +1.3HFF Inc HF 1.80e ... 19 51.74 32.99 179 43.98 -9.6HMG HMG ... ... ...dd 16.33 8.94 2 14.95 +19.7HNI Corp HNI 1.18 2.7 21 45.40 31.16 168 44.28 +14.8HP Inc HPQ .56f 2.2 9 26.14 19.31 9644 25.87 +23.1HSBC HSBC 1.50e 3.4 ... 55.89 42.46 2117 44.65 -13.5HSBC prA HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 ... 26.62 25.52 81 25.75 -.3HSBC Cap HSEA 2.03 7.7 ... 27.99 26.16 26.36 -3.6HSBC Cap2 HSEB 2.00 7.8 ... 27.45 26.05 25.68 -4.3Haemonet HAE ... ... ...cc 114.77 42.71 394 112.77 +94.2HalconRes wt HK/WS ... ... ... 1.08 .43 .80 +21.2HalconRs n HK ... ... ... 9.07 3.56 7203 4.49 -40.7Hallibrtn HAL .72 1.8 ...cc 57.86 35.75 7396 41.06 -16.0HamBchBr HBB .34 1.5 ... 41.00 20.97 49 22.50 -12.4HancFinOp BTO 1.48 4.0 ...q 41.00 33.95 42 37.35 -5.0HanJS JHS .87e 6.5 ...q 15.12 12.97 13 13.37 -10.0HanJI JHI 1.45e 9.0 ...q 18.46 15.85 16 16.08 -8.1HanPrmDv PDT 1.08a 6.7 ...q 17.33 14.50 62 16.21 -5.4HanPfEq HPI 1.68 7.6 ...q 22.85 19.73 38 22.07 +3.0HanPfd2 HPF 1.68 7.8 ...q 21.94 19.39 57 21.56 +.3HanPfd3 HPS 1.47 7.8 ...q 19.19 16.80 44 18.68 -.4HanTxAdv HTD 1.45 6.3 ...q 26.04 21.00 68 23.13 -6.2Hanesbds s HBI .60 3.3 9 25.24 16.38 3602 18.11 -13.4HannArms HASI 1.32 6.1 34 25.28 17.33 425 21.59 -10.3HanoverIns THG 2.16 1.8 64 131.44 96.42 214 118.25 +9.4HanovIns53 THGA 1.59 6.3 ... 25.86 25.02 6 25.18 -.6HarleyD HOG 1.48 3.3 15 56.50 39.34 1843 44.67 -12.2HarmonyG HMY .05 ... ... 2.53 1.43 2154 1.85 -1.1HarrisCorp HRS 2.74f 1.7 29 170.54 129.86 477 162.26 +14.5Harsco HSC .20m .7 73 30.05 15.55 282 28.45 +52.5HarteHk rs HHS ... ... ... 12.16 6.76 1 7.00 Hrt TotR n HTRB ... ... ... 40.25 38.76 38.99 -2.7HrtMuOp n HMOP ... ... ... 42.46 39.41 0 39.41 -1.9HartfFn42 HGH 1.97 6.9 ... 31.34 28.21 55 28.47 -2.7HartfdFn HIG 1.20f 2.4 17 59.20 48.79 2773 50.58 -10.1HartfFn wt HIG/WS ... ... ... 53.33 48.30 51.29 -.5Haverty HVT .72 3.4 22 27.23 17.70 71 21.20 -6.4HavertyA HVT/A .38a 1.7 17 27.10 18.00 22.24 -4.7HawaiiEl HE 1.24 3.5 24 38.72 31.72 358 35.28 -2.4Hc2 Hldgs HCHC 1.29 ... ...dd 7.79 4.78 113 6.03 +1.3HlthcrRlty HR 1.20 4.1 46 33.98 26.09 514 28.98 -9.8HlthcreTr HTA 1.22 4.6 51 31.69 24.06 2098 26.33 -12.4HeclaM HL .01e .3 ...dd 5.42 2.59 6006 2.95 -25.7HeclaM pfB HLpB 3.50 6.4 ... 61.99 51.27 54.74 +3.3Heico s HEI .13 ... ... 97.32 68.90 733 89.76 Heico A s HEI/A ... ... 57 79.00 58.12 163 73.45 HelixEn HLX ... ... 5 10.42 5.44 981 9.73 +29.0HelmPayne HP 2.80f 4.1 ...dd 75.02 49.69 1047 67.62 +4.6Hemisphrx rs HEB ... ... ... .65 .15 249 .23 -33.5HennCap n HCAC ... ... ... 11.00 9.75 32 10.17 +3.8HennCap wt HCAC/WS ... ... ... HennCap un HCAC/U ... ... ... 11.61 10.07 11.11 +7.1Herbalif s HLF ... ... 24 60.41 32.13 436 55.14 HercHld n HRI ... ... ... 72.99 45.63 101 50.77 -18.9HercTGC HTGC 1.24 9.3 11q 13.97 11.55 251 13.28 +1.2HercTG 24 HTGX 1.56 6.2 ... 25.77 25.01 6 25.28 -1.3HeritageIns HRTG .24 1.6 ...cc 19.15 12.25 52 15.35 -14.8Hersha pfC HTpC 1.72 6.9 ... 25.79 23.82 1 25.04 -.4Hersha rs HT 1.12 4.9 30 24.16 16.60 343 23.04 +32.4Hersha pfD HTpD 1.63 6.9 ... 25.94 22.61 2 23.70 -3.9Hersha pfE HTpE ... ... ... 25.78 22.66 2 23.66 -4.4Hershey HSY 2.89f 2.8 22 115.82 89.10 620 102.19 -10.0HertzGl HTZ ... ... ... 27.27 13.40 2636 17.36 -21.4sHess HES 1.00 1.4 ...dd 71.14 40.26 4165 72.04 +51.8sHess pfA HESpA ... ... ... 79.62 50.17 196 79.93 +38.1HessMidP n HESM 1.38f 6.1 21 24.51 18.32 92 22.47 +13.4HP Ent n HPE .45e 2.7 14 19.48 12.82 7291 16.92 +17.8Hexcel HXL .60f .9 24 73.42 57.06 540 67.07 +8.4Hi-Crush HCLP 1.67e 13.5 14 16.65 8.60 1849 12.45 +16.4HighPtRs HPR ... ... ...dd 7.60 4.05 3792 5.09 -.8HighlFlR n HFRO ... ... ... 16.60 15.00 137 15.42 -.5HighwdPrp HIW 1.85 3.9 25 53.34 41.34 462 47.06 -7.6Hill-Rom HRC .80 .9 24 98.96 73.03 383 91.42 +8.5HillenInc HI .83 1.6 25 53.25 37.55 327 51.95 +16.2HillmCT pf HLMp 2.90 9.6 ... 36.78 26.41 2 30.06 -12.5HilltopH HTH .28 1.4 11 28.32 20.01 274 20.57 -18.8HilGrVa n HGV ... ... ... 47.75 30.75 1172 32.73 -22.0Hilton HLT .60 .7 40 88.11 67.98 2134 80.16 +.4HoeghLP HMLP 1.76f 9.6 11 19.85 15.33 202 18.25 -2.1Hoegh pfA HMLPpA 2.19 8.5 ... 27.42 25.02 13 25.80 -4.1HollyEngy HEP 2.64f 8.0 16 36.02 26.09 211 32.87 +1.2HollyFront HFC 1.32 1.9 17 83.28 33.72 2739 69.59 +35.9HomeDp HD 4.12 2.0 27 215.43 159.75 4607 207.99 +9.7Honda HMC .84e 2.7 ... 37.29 28.00 421 30.66 -10.0HonwllIntl HON 2.98 1.8 77 167.63 139.20 1947 165.46 +7.9Honwll wi HON/WI ... ... ... HorMan HMN 1.14 2.5 27 47.65 37.50 98 45.60 +3.4HorizGbl n HZN ... ... ...dd 18.24 5.13 117 7.38 -47.4HorizFn22 n HTFA ... ... ... 26.00 25.26 25.60 +.8HrzMngR n USMR ... ... ... HorzSPCvC HSPX 2.52e 3.6 ... 53.32 46.37 13 52.52 +4.4 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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HorGKWld KLDW ... ... ...q 35.73 31.56 5 34.94 +4.4HoizWear n WEAR ... ... ... 17.90 Horz Saba n CEFS ... ... ... 23.00 19.87 3 20.11 -6.0JamesBibl ef JBRI ... ... ... 26.01 HrzProSp n FANZ ... ... ... 23.77 20.68 1 23.51 +5.5Hormel s HRL .75 1.9 22 42.29 29.75 1479 39.85 +9.5Hornbeck HOS ... ... ...dd 5.35 2.68 570 4.99 +60.5HostHotls HST 1.00a 4.8 51 22.47 17.93 6722 20.89 +5.2HoulihnL n HLI 1.08 2.3 18 53.20 37.33 175 46.11 +1.5HstnAEn HUSA ... ... ... .56 .21 4608 .28 -16.4HovnanE HOV ... ... ...dd 3.41 1.51 710 1.65 -50.7HHughes HHC ... ... 32 142.36 116.13 210 125.21 -4.6HuanPwr HNP 2.45e 9.5 ... 31.03 23.64 12 25.72 +2.9Hubbell HUBB 3.08 2.3 24 149.03 100.55 493 135.63 +.2HubSpot HUBS ... ... ...dd 162.20 71.76 515 149.10 +68.7HudBayM g HBM .02 ... 7 10.25 4.13 627 4.90 -44.3HudBay wt HBM/WS ... ... ... .53 .11 .31 HudsPacP HPP 1.00 3.2 26 36.06 28.25 1161 31.65 -7.6sHumana HUM 2.00 .6 29 339.88 231.90 516 340.61 +37.3HuntCoFn HCFT .08e 2.2 5 4.70 2.55 25 3.67 -8.3FiveOk pfA OAKSpA 2.19 8.6 ... 25.61 23.98 25.34 +.5HuntgUSEq HUSE 1.86e .6 ...q 41.49 37.35 39 40.79 +6.4HuntgtnEco HECO .47e .2 ...q 44.87 39.67 11 44.13 +5.9HuntgtnIng HII 2.88 1.1 24 276.69 201.91 258 253.97 +7.8Huntsmn HUN .65 2.3 10 36.09 26.59 2364 28.21 -15.3Huya n HUYA ... ... ... 50.82 15.25 2463 23.35 +45.4Hyatt H .60 .8 36 84.89 60.23 456 76.92 +4.6HysterYale HY 1.24f 1.9 17 93.90 56.40 31 65.67 -22.9I -IAMGld g IAG 1.52f 39.2 ...dd 6.73 3.57 5279 3.88 -33.4ICICI Bk IBN .16e 1.9 ... 11.26 7.61 9990 8.53 -12.3IDT Cp IDT 1.00f 18.8 ...dd 16.48 4.82 86 5.31 -49.9IEC Elec IEC ... ... ...dd 6.80 3.42 18 5.50 +33.5ING ING .14e 1.0 ... 20.58 12.56 2068 13.52 -26.8ING 6.125 ISG 1.53 5.9 ... 26.34 25.20 9 25.82 +1.1ING 6.375 ISF 1.59 6.2 ... 26.40 25.44 29 25.63 -.3ION Geo rs IO ... ... ...dd 32.45 7.55 234 15.90 -19.5iPInvVix IVOP ... ... ...q 39.03 36.70 38.00 -.9IQ M Intr n MMIT ... ... ... 25.10 24.63 24.63 -1.8IQ M Ins n MMIN ... ... ... 29.89 24.66 24.71 -2.1IQ HdgMult QAI ... ... ...q 33.13 29.76 156 30.67 +.8IQ Hedge MCRO ... ... ...q 27.20 25.64 0 26.26 -1.1IQ HdgLgS QLS ... ... ...q 24.53 21.18 22.17 +1.2IQ Ch SC n CSML ... ... ... 29.96 25.77 11 28.56 +1.8IQ HdgEv QED ... ... ...q 22.00 20.76 1 21.57 +3.2IQ HiYlVl n HYLV ... ... ... 25.56 19.57 2 24.27 -3.5IQ CorePl n AGGP ... ... ... 20.19 18.45 28 19.11 -4.2IQ CoreBd n AGGE ... ... ... 19.81 18.22 18.50 -5.5IQHdgMNt QMN .34e 1.3 ...q 26.08 25.46 25.88 +.5IQ GTAA QGTA ... ... ...q 25.44 23.26 0 24.23 -.7IQ 50HJpn HFXJ ... ... ...q 23.96 20.85 1 22.32 -1.1IQ 50HgEur HFXE ... ... ...q 21.45 19.14 0 19.79 -2.7IQ 50HIntl HFXI ... ... ...q 22.80 20.34 30 21.12 -2.4IQ RealRtn CPI ... ... ...q 28.21 27.17 2 28.00 +2.1IQUSReSC ROOF 1.43e 5.6 ...q 27.77 22.60 7 25.76 -2.1IQMrgArb MNA ... ... ...q 31.92 30.25 110 31.81 +2.4IQ AustSC KROO .88e 4.4 ...q 20.49 17.69 19.82 +1.4IQ AgriSC CROP .41e 1.3 ...q 35.99 31.00 3 31.84 -8.8IQGblOilSC IOIL .29e 2.8 ...q 12.25 9.93 10.40 -7.6IQ CdaSC CNDA .18e 1.0 ...q 20.13 16.83 17.22 -9.3IQ GlbRes GRES .10e .4 ...q 29.30 26.24 4 27.44 -3.9sIQVIA Hldg IQV ... ... 15 128.40 91.57 807 128.56 +31.3IRSA IRS ... ... ... 32.97 13.77 95 17.15 -42.1iShGold IAU ... ... ...q 13.11 11.25 7677 11.49 -8.2iShGSCI GSG ... ... ...q 18.31 14.59 256 17.89 +9.9iSAstla EWA 1.01e 4.5 ...q 24.19 21.42 1443 22.21 -4.1iSAstria EWO .37e 1.6 ...q 27.41 21.57 33 23.56 -4.4iShBelg EWK .51e 2.6 ...q 23.00 19.01 6 19.76 -6.0iShBrazil EWZ .67e 2.0 ...q 47.85 30.65 36264 32.79 -18.9iShCanada EWC .48e 1.7 ...q 30.60 26.91 1667 28.93 -2.4iShEMU EZU .86e 2.1 ...q 47.13 39.42 3291 41.79 -3.7iSFrance EWQ .58e 1.8 ...q 33.73 29.57 353 31.70 +1.5iShGerm EWG .60e 2.0 ...q 35.87 28.79 2406 30.39 -8.0iSh HK EWH .61e 2.5 ...q 26.93 22.61 3372 23.93 -5.9iSh SKor EWY .65e 1.0 ...q 79.07 62.89 2600 67.47 -10.0iShMexico EWW .78e 1.5 ...q 56.00 43.55 2968 50.50 +2.5iShNeth EWN .66e 2.1 ...q 34.09 29.80 68 30.70 -3.2iSPacxJpn EPP 1.66e 3.6 ...q 50.34 43.70 146 45.51 -4.8iShSoAfr EZA 1.02e 1.9 ...q 76.53 49.54 547 54.25 -22.5iShSpain EWP .99e 3.2 ...q 36.38 28.80 240 30.56 -6.7iSSwedn EWD .76e 2.3 ...q 36.71 29.81 301 33.12 -2.3iShSwitz EWL .75e 2.2 ...q 37.84 31.94 232 34.86 -2.0iShFrntr100 FM .30e 1.0 ...q 36.19 27.46 269 28.77 -13.1iShGlHiY bt GHYG 2.09e 4.2 ... 51.63 48.61 7 49.65 -1.6iShxUSH bt HYXU .92e 1.7 ...q 57.19 50.63 4 53.26 -2.2iShEMCBd bt CEMB 2.28 4.8 ...q 51.78 47.17 3 47.95 -6.3iShEMkHY EMHY 3.98 8.7 ...q 51.06 44.12 64 45.81 -8.3iShAsiaPDv DVYA 2.29e 5.1 ...q 51.42 43.04 10 44.83 -10.5iShEmMDv DVYE 1.83e 4.6 ...q 46.11 38.16 31 39.76 -4.9iShGblSilv SLVP .29e 3.5 ...q 11.38 7.65 34 8.38 -22.7iShGblEnP FILL .59e 2.5 ...q 24.50 19.50 8 23.78 +10.4iShGblAgri VEGI .55e 1.9 ...q 31.00 27.53 1 29.61 +.9iShMsciWld URTH 1.57e 1.7 ...q 94.23 83.24 14 92.13 +4.6iShEMktSC EEMS .89e 1.9 ...q 57.36 45.00 30 45.90 -13.6iShEMkBd LEMB .42e 1.0 ...q 50.78 41.38 129 42.90 -11.0iShWldMnV ACWV 1.93e 2.2 ...q 88.22 79.94 73 87.55 +3.8iSEMMnVol EEMV 1.15e 2.0 ...q 65.55 56.74 351 58.73 -3.3iShJpnSC SCJ 1.81e 2.3 ...q 85.34 73.09 16 77.29 -3.1iShThai THD 1.88e 2.0 ...q 103.71 81.10 188 93.96 +1.6iShIsrael EIS .81e 1.4 ...q 58.39 46.84 4 57.69 +12.5iShChile ECH .71e 1.6 ...q 56.53 41.50 450 45.65 -12.5iShBRIC BKF .54e 1.3 ...q 50.94 38.05 30 40.02 -10.0iShsUSA EUSA .67e 1.1 ...q 60.35 51.84 9 59.57 +7.4iShSilver SLV ... ... ...q 16.64 13.11 9672 13.41 -16.1iShS&P100 OEF 1.92e 1.5 ...q 131.30 110.36 281 130.18 +9.7iShMrnLV JKF 2.46e 2.3 ...q 112.57 98.00 3 109.32 +3.5iShAcwiMV HACV ... ... ...q 30.01 28.02 30.01 +.8iShMrnLG JKE 1.20e .6 ...q 185.90 143.96 14 185.12 +18.3iShMrnLC JKD 2.24e 1.3 ...q 170.44 148.86 27 169.32 +6.6iShBrazSC EWZS .40e 3.4 ...q 18.14 10.92 42 11.71 -28.1iShIntlPfd IPFF .96e 5.4 ...q 19.76 17.15 19 17.65 -5.4iShSPTUS s ITOT ... ... ...q 67.60 57.04 787 67.09 +9.7iShSTNtMu SUB .86 .8 ...q 106.16 104.31 46 104.62 -.2iShAgcyBd AGZ 1.81 1.6 ...q 113.98 110.38 11 110.57 -2.2iShTIPS TIP 1.69e 1.5 ...q 114.48 110.27 1388 110.48 -3.2iShChinaLC FXI .87e 2.0 ...q 54.00 39.82 24834 42.64 -7.6iShTransp IYT 1.70e .8 ...q 209.43 169.45 244 204.82 +6.9iShChinaSC ECNS 1.73e 3.8 ...q 56.49 43.99 4 46.00 -9.0iSCorSP500 IVV 4.38e 1.5 ...q 296.69 250.49 3413 294.47 +9.5iSMornMC JKG 2.32e 1.2 ...q 194.94 172.98 6 191.47 +3.1iShUSAgBd AGG 2.65e 2.4 ...q 110.04 105.00 1895 105.36 -3.6iShEMkts EEM .59e 1.4 ...q 52.08 40.63 54053 42.74 -9.3iShiBoxIG LQD 3.87 3.4 ...q 121.85 113.72 10749 114.45 -5.8iSKokusai TOK 1.60e 2.3 ...q 69.65 61.64 4 68.18 +5.5iShCorUSTr GOVT .33 1.4 ...q 25.39 24.26 1282 24.31 -3.1iSh2017Mu s IBMF .23 .8 ...q 27.20 iSGblTelcm IXP 2.31e 4.0 ...q 62.55 53.47 166 57.60 -4.8iShGblTech IXN 1.10e .6 ...q 177.61 139.13 129 174.84 +13.8iShAaa-ACp QLTA 1.51e 3.0 ...q 53.00 50.03 9 50.29 -4.8iSMrnMCG JKH .59e .3 ...q 238.37 187.06 5 235.28 +16.2iShIndones EIDO .35e 1.5 ...q 30.61 21.27 681 22.71 -20.1iSSP500Gr IVW 2.03e 1.1 ...q 177.69 141.60 442 176.70 +15.7tiShNYMun s NYF ... ... ...q 56.27 54.21 17 54.21 -2.8siShGblHcr s IXJ ... ... ...q 62.69 53.82 77 62.59 iShGblFin IXG 1.28e 1.9 ...q 76.01 63.41 8 67.44 -3.6iShUSAQlt QUAL 1.04e 1.1 ...q 91.47 76.76 210 90.84 +9.6iSSPGlbEn IXC 1.01e 2.7 ...q 39.50 32.09 311 37.75 +6.2iShCalMn s CMF ... ... ...q 59.60 57.68 216 57.85 -2.2iSh CMBS CMBS 1.00 2.0 ...q 52.05 49.27 10 49.64 -3.2iShUSASize SIZE 1.26e 1.4 ...q 89.78 75.90 3 89.00 +6.1iSGblInfra IGF 1.27e 3.0 ...q 46.80 41.66 83 42.41 -6.2iShNANatR IGE .85e 2.3 ...q 38.33 31.49 110 36.36 +2.6iSh JPXNik JPXN ... ... ... 70.78 60.03 1 64.45 -.7iShUSAVal VLUE 1.49e 1.7 ...q 89.71 76.64 409 88.79 +6.2iShLatAm ILF .60e 1.9 ...q 39.54 28.66 1386 30.82 -9.8iShUSAMo MTUM .81e .7 ...q 119.06 93.58 735 118.56 +15.0iShMrnMCV JKI 2.72e 1.7 ...q 172.45 149.27 5 164.42 +3.1iShPhilpns EPHE .20e .7 ...q 40.19 28.80 1287 30.44 -21.6iSSP500Val IVE 2.14e 1.8 ...q 121.12 105.81 3939 117.65 +3.0iShNMuBd MUB 2.59 2.4 ...q 111.37 107.56 674 107.77 -2.7iShUKSC bt EWUS 1.38e 3.3 ...q 46.20 40.70 1 42.08 -3.5iSRTop200V IWX 1.17e 2.1 ...q 55.82 48.74 16 54.44 +3.9iShIntlDev WPS 1.16e 3.1 ...q 42.27 36.65 7 37.45 -5.2iShAsia50 AIA 1.02e 1.6 ...q 72.96 59.05 49 62.42 -5.5iSh20 yrT TLT 3.05 2.6 ...q 128.59 116.09 5504 116.80 -7.9iSRTop200G IWY .82e 1.0 ...q 85.59 66.80 90 84.96 +16.1iShRTop200 IWL 1.02e 1.5 ...q 68.45 57.21 2 67.97 +10.6iShIntSelDv IDV 1.51e 4.2 ...q 35.93 31.67 325 33.15 -1.9iS Eafe EFA 1.66e 2.4 ...q 75.27 65.15 20383 68.32 -2.8iShGerSC bt EWGS .69e 1.1 ...q 70.42 58.72 3 61.30 -4.7iSRusMCV IWS 1.59e 1.7 ...q 92.95 82.40 284 91.43 +2.6iShCrLTBd ILTB 2.54 4.3 ...q 65.21 59.00 16 59.33 -8.4iSRusMCG IWP 1.02e .8 ...q 137.73 111.60 212 135.95 +12.7iShNorC bt ENOR .58e 2.0 ...q 29.21 24.60 2 29.08 +12.7iShRusMid IWR 2.85e 1.3 ...q 224.91 194.88 204 222.53 +6.9iShMrnSC JKJ 1.78e 1.0 ...q 186.59 163.04 2 182.74 +4.9iShIreland EIRL .55e 1.2 ...q 50.12 44.27 3 45.72 -4.7iSCorSPMid IJH 1.89e .9 ...q 205.47 176.36 1572 203.36 +7.2LgTrmBd IGLB 2.67 4.6 ...q 63.67 57.32 283 57.83 -8.5iShiBxHYB HYG 5.09 5.9 ...q 88.76 84.07 10185 86.20 -1.2iShFinlC bt EFNL .51e 1.2 ...q 45.01 38.26 1 42.03 +6.6iShSft IGV .12e .1 ...q 206.66 142.80 401 202.16 +30.8iShCorUS n FTY ... ... ... 51.25 43.20 277 49.30 -.6iShDenC bt EDEN .81e 1.2 ...q 71.11 62.85 3 65.65 -2.9iShNetw IGN .25e .5 ...q 56.70 45.23 6 55.34 +14.2iShNATch IGM .73e .4 ...q 211.58 151.31 28 208.06 +23.3iShResRE REZ 2.01e 3.2 ...q 65.90 53.83 12 62.90 +1.1iSh2019Mun IBMH .27 1.1 ...q 25.61 24.92 26 25.32 iShC&SRE ICF 2.97e 3.0 ...q 104.39 88.40 97 100.26 -1.0iShKLDSoc DSI 1.11e 1.0 ...q 108.10 92.05 35 107.27 +9.2iShGbl100 s IOO ... ... ...q 49.47 43.63 28 48.92 +6.6iSh2018Mu IBMG .23 .9 ...q 25.51 25.32 25.44 +.2iShConsSv IYC 1.50e .7 ...q 212.06 162.89 16 209.52 +16.9iShGvCrBd GBF 2.86 2.6 ...q 114.99 109.28 2 109.51 -3.9iShIndia bt INDA .24e .7 ...q 38.21 32.16 7376 32.62 -9.6iSR1KVal IWD 2.41e 1.9 ...q 131.56 116.03 1242 128.59 +3.4iSMrnSCG JKK .87e .4 ...q 216.39 165.22 4 212.64 +18.5iShPoland EPOL .42e 1.7 ...q 30.19 21.30 353 24.07 -11.1iSMCGth IJK 1.88e .8 ...q 238.39 199.20 54 234.69 +8.7iShIntGvC GVI 1.99 1.9 ...q 111.13 106.93 47 107.24 -2.3iSR1KGr IWF 1.45e .9 ...q 156.40 123.32 1015 155.48 +15.4tiSIndiaSC bt SMIN .10e .3 ...q 55.13 39.55 66 38.57 -26.6iSRus1K IWB 2.36e 1.5 ...q 164.13 138.58 710 162.71 +9.5iSR2KVal IWN 1.98e 1.5 ...q 137.85 116.72 505 134.43 +6.9iSR2KGr IWO 1.36e .6 ...q 220.82 173.07 604 215.86 +15.6iSh10-20TB TLH 2.99 2.3 ...q 138.01 127.49 26 128.24 -5.7iShFltRtB FLOT .32 .6 ...q 51.10 50.79 1434 51.02 +.4iShR2K IWM 1.77e 1.0 ...q 173.39 142.50 15782 169.77 +11.4iShCorHiDv HDV 2.90e 3.2 ...q 94.20 82.16 216 91.88 +1.9iShChina MCHI .61e 1.0 ...q 76.72 55.75 4509 59.68 -10.3iSEafeMnV EFAV 2.81e 3.9 ...q 76.51 69.78 264 72.61 -.5iSRus3K IWV 2.47e 1.4 ...q 174.73 147.68 117 173.39 +9.6iSGblMatl MXI 1.02e 1.5 ...q 75.19 64.10 17 68.32 -2.5iShUtils IDU 4.54e 3.4 ...q 142.50 119.51 15 134.81 +1.5iSUSAMinV USMV .87e 1.5 ...q 57.67 49.71 1106 57.17 +8.3iSMrnSCV JKL 2.98e 1.9 ...q 159.20 138.00 2 156.28 +2.6iShMCVal IJJ 2.16e 1.3 ...q 171.00 146.80 67 169.13 +5.6iShGblUtil JXI 1.99e 4.0 ...q 53.00 45.15 44 49.32 -.4iShTelecm IYZ .68e 2.3 ...q 32.16 26.34 945 30.01 +2.0iShTech IYW 1.20e .6 ...q 196.97 145.77 180 193.02 +18.6 iShGblIndl EXI 1.40e 1.5 ...q 100.28 86.67 24 94.05 +1.3iShGblCSt s KXI ... ... ...q 54.58 47.79 82 50.29 iShREst IYR 2.76e 3.4 ...q 83.62 71.27 8939 80.47 -.7iSGblCnDis RXI 1.39e 1.2 ...q 121.28 101.06 20 119.58 +9.3iSh0-5Tips STIP ... ... ...q 100.65 98.57 65 98.65 -1.2iShHmCnst ITB .09e .2 ...q 46.56 34.90 3275 36.53 -16.4iShInds IYJ 1.65e 1.0 ...q 160.57 137.72 26 157.47 +6.8iShAerosp ITA 1.31e .6 ...q 218.79 176.14 154 213.70 +13.6iShHltcare IYH 3.01e 1.5 ...q 202.55 166.89 37 202.09 +16.0iShFinSv IYG 1.21e .9 ...q 142.14 116.85 103 137.70 +5.6iShRegBks IAT .61e 1.2 ...q 54.74 45.20 70 51.00 +3.5iShInsur IAK .82e 1.2 ...q 69.95 60.86 3 67.40 +1.2iShFincls IYF 1.45e 1.2 ...q 126.54 110.33 132 124.33 +4.1iShBroker IAI .65e 1.0 ...q 70.58 55.46 16 64.64 +3.0iShUSEngy IYE 1.14e 2.7 ...q 43.75 35.18 455 42.41 +7.0iShESGSel KLD 1.14e .9 ...q 121.33 103.67 16 120.46 +8.5iShCrSPS s IJR ... ... ...q 90.56 71.69 3178 87.85 +14.4siShMedDev IHI 1.57e .7 ...q 223.88 165.30 216 225.24 +29.8iShConsGd IYK 2.43e 2.0 ...q 130.93 111.06 19 120.65 -4.8iShHltcPrv IHF .24e .1 ...q 198.56 139.65 161 198.20 +26.4iShCorTInt IXUS 1.28e 2.1 ...q 67.93 57.97 562 60.49 -4.1iShPharm IHE 3.11e .9 ...q 170.26 139.28 3 168.36 +9.1iShBasM IYM 1.42e 1.4 ...q 108.32 93.11 42 101.46 -.7iShPeru EPU .70e 1.9 ...q 44.95 34.69 32 36.97 -9.8iShCorEafe IEFA 1.56e 2.4 ...q 70.84 61.46 6354 64.46 -2.5iShOilEq IEZ .86e 2.4 ...q 40.89 31.00 19 35.91 iShDJ US IYY 2.01e 1.4 ...q 147.61 124.82 21 146.46 +9.6iShO&GEx IEO 1.06e 1.4 ...q 77.84 56.42 61 76.14 +17.2iShAggrAllo AOA .98e 1.8 ...q 56.94 51.55 49 54.81 +1.7iShEurope IEV 1.12e 2.5 ...q 50.81 43.33 372 45.56 -3.6iShGroAllo AOR .81e 1.8 ...q 46.77 43.25 58 45.20 +.6iSRusMic IWC 1.08e 1.0 ...q 110.15 89.92 20 106.68 +11.5iShModAllo AOM .71e 1.9 ...q 39.05 36.94 73 37.91 -.3iShMorMl bt IYLD 1.33e 5.2 ... 25.96 24.39 33 24.66 -4.5iSMsciVal EFV 1.66e 3.2 ...q 59.57 49.48 1976 52.29 -5.3iSSCVal IJS 1.73e 1.0 ...q 174.26 143.24 112 168.28 +9.6iShConsAllo AOK .64e 1.9 ...q 35.27 33.64 54 34.17 -1.4iShEafeGr EFG 1.37e 1.7 ...q 85.81 76.26 85 80.41 -.4iShB3-18xF s IBCC ... ... ...q 24.71 24.55 24.60 iShiB3-20F s IBCD ... ... ...q 24.75 24.24 6 24.42 -.4iShiB3-23x s IBCE ... ... ...q 24.60 23.38 23.53 -3.1iShBd3-18 s IBDB ... ... ...q 25.75 25.49 25.62 +.2iShBd3-23 s IBDD ... ... ...q 26.79 25.50 6 25.65 -3.0iShBd3-20 s IBDC ... ... ...q 26.35 25.81 16 26.00 -.3iStar STAR ... ... 8 12.22 9.75 644 11.19 -1.0iStar pfD STARpD 2.00 8.0 ... 26.12 24.29 5 25.00 -1.4iStar pfG STARpG 1.91 7.8 ... 25.94 24.21 13 24.50 -4.0iStar pfI STARpI 1.87 7.7 ... 25.94 24.22 34 24.29 -3.6IT TchPck ITP ... ... 2 2.45 .75 26 .82 -36.1ITT Inc ITT .54 .9 20 63.04 43.54 791 61.16 +14.6iBio rs IBIO ... ... ... 3.86 1.34 1.53 Idacorp IDA 2.36 2.4 24 101.49 79.59 164 99.07 +8.4IDEX IEX 1.72 1.1 34 157.84 120.93 222 154.78 +17.3iGATE PTI ... ... ... 19.52 ITW ITW 4.00f 2.7 27 179.07 134.45 820 146.02 -12.5Imax Corp IMAX ... ... ...cc 26.70 18.98 857 25.15 +8.6ImunC wt rs IMUC/WS ... ... ... .29 .01 .04 -12.5ImunoCll rs IMUC ... ... ...dd .55 .17 327 .22 -30.4ImpacMtg IMH ... ... ...dd 13.85 6.58 21 7.35 -27.7ImpOil g IMO .57 1.7 65 34.29 25.91 355 32.65 +4.7IncOpR IOR ... ... 25 14.25 8.51 1 11.52 +3.9IndCDrillg ICD ... ... ...dd 5.48 2.72 110 4.61 +15.8IndepHld IHC .25f .7 14 39.85 24.75 10 34.45 +25.5IndepRT IRT .78a 7.6 21 10.63 8.26 442 10.31 +2.2tIndiaFd IFN 1.82e 2.0 ...q 28.74 22.70 139 22.59 -13.5IndiaGCap IGC ... ... ...dd 4.06 .35 13166 2.60 +160.0IndoTel s TLK .67 ... ... 35.08 21.75 200 23.94 -25.7IndBach IBA .87e 1.6 ... 67.61 53.00 18 53.52 -6.6Infosys s INFY ... ... 18 10.65 7.08 12798 9.95 InfrREIT n HIFR 1.00 4.8 17 23.22 17.60 74 20.91 +12.5InfuSystem INFU ... ... ...dd 3.60 1.90 14 3.40 +47.8IngerRd IR 2.12f 2.1 24 104.55 79.63 1360 102.54 +15.0Ingevity NGVT ... ... ... 106.59 59.63 129 102.33 +45.2Ingredion INGR 2.50f 2.4 14 146.28 95.01 426 102.77 -26.5InnovInd n IIPR 1.40f 3.0 ... 49.49 17.94 186 46.39 +43.6InnoInd pfA IIPRpA ... ... ... 29.25 25.50 1 28.73 +2.8Innsuites IHT .01 .6 ...dd 3.70 1.24 8 1.69 -3.4Inphi IPHI ... ... 22 44.25 23.65 415 36.27 -.9InsightS n INSI .80 4.3 ... 20.84 18.03 21 18.62 -6.4Insperity s NSP .80 .7 38 121.15 41.23 409 116.95 +103.9InsprMed n INSP ... ... ... 57.87 22.50 156 43.95 +75.9InspMD wt NSPR.WS ... ... ... .18 .02 .05 +63.3InspMD wtB NSPR.WSB ... ... ... .06 .01 .02 InspMD rs NSPR ... ... ... .58 .12 .16 +21.1tInstlldBPd IBP ... ... 24 79.40 44.10 345 44.20 -41.8Instructre n INST ... ... ...dd 49.18 31.60 911 37.50 +13.3IntegerHl ITGR ... ... ...dd 84.20 42.50 136 83.40 +84.1Intellichk IDN ... ... ...dd 3.18 1.50 23 2.40 -6.3IntellgSys INS ... ... ...cc 14.98 3.62 22 11.45 +151.1Intelsat I ... ... ... 25.21 2.44 3137 22.70 +569.6InterXion INXN ... ... ... 68.95 49.15 379 67.23 +14.1IntcntlExc s ICE .88e 1.1 18 78.48 64.91 1774 77.63 +10.0IntCtlHtls IHG ... ... ... 69.23 51.13 53 62.10 -2.2IBM IBM 6.28f 4.2 11 171.13 137.45 4215 150.03 -2.2IntFlav IFF 2.92f 2.1 38 157.40 122.11 1173 138.66 -9.1IntlGmeT n IGT .80 4.1 ... 31.00 18.25 3145 19.68 -25.8IntMktCt n IMC ... ... ... IntPap IP 1.90 3.6 17 66.94 50.00 3070 52.34 -9.7IntlSeaw n INSW ... ... ... 24.78 15.23 121 19.94 +8.0IntTower g THM ... ... ...dd .78 .29 69 .42 -1.9Interpublic IPG .84 3.7 15 26.01 18.30 4344 23.01 +14.1IntstP pfD IPLpD 1.28 5.2 ... 26.55 23.44 22 24.72 -3.0inTestCorp INTT ... ... 13 10.25 5.75 68 7.85 -9.2IntPotash IPI ... ... ...dd 5.31 3.12 693 3.58 -24.8Intrexon XON ... ... ...dd 20.49 10.26 19515 19.07 +65.5Inuvo INUV ... ... ...dd 1.24 .50 64 .62 -23.2Invacare IVC .05 .3 ...dd 20.00 13.95 357 14.30 -15.1Invesco24 n IHTA ... ... ... 10.33 8.28 12 9.43 -8.5InvHiIn23 n IHIT ... ... ... 10.32 9.53 41 9.89 +1.0InvAdvMu2 VKI .78 7.5 ...q 11.70 10.33 145 10.38 -8.8Inv Bond VBF .83a 4.7 ...q 20.18 17.47 27 17.57 -11.7InvCAVal VCV .79 6.8 ...q 13.20 11.53 125 11.61 -7.7InvDynCrd VTA .90 7.8 ...q 12.01 11.33 123 11.54 -1.5PSAerDef PPA .50e .9 ...q 59.40 50.53 57.40 +6.5PwShBio PBE .57e 1.1 ...q 54.28 43.08 52.05 +10.4PS BldCns PKB .07e .2 ...q 36.44 29.93 31.19 -10.1PwSClnEn PBW .07e .3 ...q 27.17 4.57 26.08 +2.8PS EnEx PXE .50e 1.9 ...q 27.45 19.40 26.53 +15.9PwSFoodBv PBJ .41e 1.3 ...q 34.97 31.33 32.38 -4.3PwSLgCG PWB .21e .5 ...q 45.64 38.16 45.62 +10.0PwSLgCV PWV .69e 1.9 ...q 40.51 34.88 36.49 -6.0PwShLeis PEJ .15e .3 ...q 46.94 40.40 46.80 +5.9PowShMkt PWC .97e 1.0 ...q 103.21 88.53 101.61 +6.7PwShMda PBS .27e .9 ...q 31.86 26.87 30.87 +9.8PwSMidGr PXMG .19e .4 ...q 49.44 37.92 49.35 +16.2PwSMidVal PXMV .64e 2.1 ...q 32.07 28.87 31.04 -.8PwShNetw PXQ ... ... ...q 53.26 44.61 53.25 +15.1PS OilSv PXJ .28e 2.8 ...q 10.85 8.23 9.87 +3.5PwSPharm PJP 3.84e 4.1 ...q 71.42 59.82 65.41 +1.9PS Retail PMR .34e .9 ...q 40.82 32.88 37.23 +.1PwSSmGr PXSG .08e .2 ...q 36.79 29.82 36.72 +14.3PwSSmVal PXSV .60e 1.9 ...q 32.45 27.85 32.31 +4.9PwSSemi PSI .04e .1 ...q 58.15 46.57 56.34 +11.6PwShSoft PSJ .10e .1 ...q 77.60 60.14 77.51 +22.1PSS&PQlty SPHQ .38e 1.2 ...q 32.41 28.65 30.53 +.3PwSZMicro PZI .15e .7 ...q 20.45 17.81 20.40 +5.5PSWHPrgE PUW .17e .7 ...q 28.11 24.28 25.87 -4.3PSPrivEq PSP .66e 5.4 ...q 13.52 11.71 12.26 -1.5PSFinPf PGF 1.11 6.0 ...q 19.11 18.01 18.42 -2.4PSCleantch PZD .44e 1.0 ...q 45.28 40.22 44.02 +4.1PSR2KEqW EQWS .41e .9 ...q 46.19 40.43 46.03 +6.0PSRslMdC EQWM .49e 1.0 ...q 50.09 44.89 48.90 +2.5PSRussl200 EQWL .80e 1.5 ...q 56.31 49.39 53.30 +.6PS US1K PRF 1.91e 1.7 ...q 120.82 105.95 113.69 +.1PS EmgInf PXR .50e 1.4 ...q 41.00 35.16 36.29 -2.2PS US Ag n PBND ... ... ... 25.01 24.01 24.01 -4.0PS Dv exNA PBDM ... ... ... 27.90 25.06 26.09 +.2PS USA SC n PBSM ... ... ... 27.92 24.80 27.92 +5.0PS USA Pt n PBUS ... ... ... 28.95 25.70 26.98 +1.0PS SP500 n SPMV ... ... ... 28.51 26.39 27.34 -.7PS Rs1000 n USEQ ... ... ... 29.01 25.61 27.66 +.2PS SP SC n XSHQ ... ... ... 29.99 25.78 28.70 +6.3PS SP Val n SPVM ... ... ... 30.41 26.54 28.54 -1.2PS SP IntD IDHD ... ... ... 30.80 27.75 28.46 -1.6PS SC High XSHD ... ... ... 26.03 23.12 25.14 -.1PS TrCol n CLTL ... ... ... 106.03 105.27 105.89 +.6PS LowVRot DWLV ... ... ... 33.00 29.35 32.94 +5.8PSBldABd BAB 1.31 4.4 ...q 30.81 29.23 29.57 -3.6PS LowVol XRLV .46 1.3 ...q 36.20 31.38 34.25 +.9PSR1KEqW EQAL .39e 1.2 ...q 32.78 28.88 31.63 +1.4PS VarPfd VRP 1.20 4.8 ...q 26.13 24.83 24.88 -3.0PS SCLowV XSLV .73e 1.5 ...q 48.35 42.80 48.13 +4.1PS MCLwV XMLV .64e 1.4 ...q 47.03 42.05 46.50 +2.5PS SPX HiD SPHD 1.30 3.2 ... 43.25 38.14 40.38 -4.8PS EMLwV EELV .60e 2.4 ...q 27.59 24.16 25.39 +.2PS EMkMom EEMO ... ... ... 22.52 19.10 20.17 -1.7PS IntLwV IDLV 1.11e 3.4 ...q 35.35 32.06 33.12 -1.6PSSPIntDv IDMO .59e 2.1 ...q 30.54 27.03 27.70 -1.6PS YuanDS DSUM .77 3.3 ...q 24.73 22.95 23.73 +2.6PS FdIGBd PFIG .67 2.7 ...q 26.70 24.54 24.76 -3.2PS SP LwV SPLV .85 1.8 ...q 49.36 44.46 46.93 -1.7PS SP HiB SPHB .49e 1.1 ...q 46.04 38.50 44.73 +5.3InvHiInc2 VLT 1.24 9.1 ...q 15.22 13.00 6 13.66 -7.1Invsco iim IIM .84 6.1 ...q 15.10 13.64 147 13.83 -7.2Invesco IVZ 1.16 4.9 10 38.43 23.25 5472 23.69 -35.2InvMtgCap IVR 1.68 10.7 6 18.86 15.15 1448 15.69 -12.0InvMtg pfA IVRpA 1.94 7.6 ... 25.52 24.24 10 25.43 +1.7InvMtg pfB IVRpB 1.94 7.6 ... 26.53 24.25 1 25.68 -.3InvMtg pfC IVRpC 1.88 7.7 ... 25.73 23.40 8 24.50 -2.0Invsco oia OIA .39 5.2 ...q 8.25 7.34 91 7.58 -5.3tInvMuOpTr VMO .88 7.7 ...q 13.21 11.46 90 11.46 -7.6InvMuniTr VKQ .82 7.2 ...q 12.90 11.35 155 11.36 -9.1InvPAVal VPV .79 6.7 ...q 12.41 11.54 33 11.79 -3.0tInvsco iqi IQI .76 6.5 ...q 12.87 11.65 132 11.64 -7.0InvSrInco VVR .31 7.2 ...q 4.50 4.26 355 4.33 -1.4tInvTrIG VGM .88 7.5 ...q 13.58 11.69 220 11.66 -11.5tInvTrNY VTN .85 6.9 ...q 13.90 12.45 63 12.40 -9.6InvTech ITG .28 1.3 ...dd 23.96 17.63 143 21.97 +14.1InvRlEst IRET .28 5.0 6 5.99 4.05 291 5.58 +11.8InvRlE pfC IRETpC 1.66 6.7 ... 26.08 22.29 24.70 -5.1Invitae n NVTA ... ... ...dd 18.38 4.35 1171 16.70 +83.9InvitHm n INVH .44 1.9 ... 24.30 20.25 2424 23.33 -1.0iPBetaCmd BCM ... ... ...q 32.00 25.55 3 29.48 +.8iPS&PWtd SBV ... ... ...q 26.59 22.40 23.51 +12.8iPBtaCocoa CHOC ... ... ...q 38.83 26.69 36.88 +32.4iPBetaCoff CAFE ... ... ...q 12.38 10.35 10.48 -7.8iPBetaCttn CTNN ... ... ...q 35.76 29.20 35.02 +17.6iPBetaSug SGAR ... ... ...q 29.25 19.26 19.26 -11.2iPBetaAlu FOIL ... ... ...q 30.20 26.92 27.14 -8.3iPBetaCopp CUPM ... ... ...q 36.42 30.49 33.56 -7.5iPBetaLead LEDD ... ... ...q 43.61 39.03 39.24 -6.7iPBetaNick NINI ... ... ...q 22.79 14.80 21.83 +3.0siPBetaCrOil OLEM ... ... ...q 22.00 14.83 0 22.30 +25.9iPBetaNGs DCNG ... ... ...q 18.23 16.19 16.70 -1.5iPBetaAgri DIRT ... ... ...q 31.28 28.84 30.91 +5.7iPGrains WEET ... ... ...q 33.51 30.53 33.13 +7.7iPBetaSfts GRWN ... ... ...q 21.90 19.54 19.54 -9.4iPBetaIMet HEVY ... ... ...q 35.00 31.49 32.29 -4.6iPBetaEgy ONG ... ... ...q 20.99 16.66 20.41 +4.0iPBtaLvstk LSTK ... ... ...q 47.53 39.79 42.10 -6.0iPBtaPrMt BLNG ... ... ...q 34.40 31.90 33.44 +4.3iP LXR2K RTLA ... ... ...q 209.90 209.90 209.90 +4.4 iPathLong SFLA ... ... ... 214.83 iPLgEEmM EMLB ... ... ...q 119.99 62.61 80.80 -32.7IronMtn IRM 2.20 6.2 31 41.52 30.78 1314 35.23 -6.6iShItaly rs EWI ... ... ...q 34.45 26.58 461 28.87 -5.2iShJapan rs EWJ ... ... ...q 64.71 55.43 6442 59.77 -.3iSMlasia rs EWM ... ... ...q 36.56 30.46 916 32.44 -1.6iShSing rs EWS ... ... ...q 28.35 22.80 499 24.01 -7.4iSTaiwn rs EWT ... ... ...q 39.36 35.01 4582 37.43 +3.4iSh UK rs EWU ... ... ...q 38.05 32.65 872 34.10 -4.8iSh0-5IGCp SLQD .79 1.6 ...q 50.64 49.46 72 49.60 -1.3iShCmdOpT CMDT ... ... ...q 41.95 34.64 35.68 -4.0iShCvBd ICVT .67e ... ...q 60.27 53.04 36 59.54 +8.0iShCorEM IEMG .95e 1.8 ...q 62.70 49.20 10844 51.53 -9.4iSh 10 Cp n LLQD ... ... ... 51.31 46.31 47.16 -8.0iSh 5-10Cp n MLQD ... ... ... 49.96 47.08 47.45 -4.0iShColomC ICOL .43e 3.1 ...q 16.51 13.19 1 13.75 -4.8iShEnhBd n IGEB ... ... ... 50.74 47.60 7 47.88 -4.8iShDefBd n HYDB ... ... ... 51.43 48.94 3 49.63 -2.1iShFSIntSC ISCF .12p ... ...q 34.73 30.35 4 31.65 -2.5iShRs2500 n SMMD ... ... ... 48.83 40.70 1 47.93 +9.7iShFacSIntl INTF .17p ... ...q 31.21 26.73 105 28.26 -2.0iShArgGl n AGT ... ... ... 32.94 20.93 17 23.09 -23.5iShFS USA LRGF .19e ... ...q 34.22 29.70 312 33.96 +6.8iShFSUsaSC SMLF .23e ... ...q 45.04 36.95 25 43.85 +10.9iShFacSGbl ACWF .11p ... ...q 34.07 28.69 8 30.75 +.3iSh iBd23 n IBML ... ... ... 25.66 24.64 24 24.82 -1.6iSh IntDv n IDEV ... ... ... 62.47 54.59 16 57.17 -2.3iShMgRE rs REM ... ... ...q 47.64 39.80 305 44.47 -1.6iSh0-5HYCp SHYG 2.38 5.1 ...q 47.84 45.93 326 46.92 -.4iShDvlValu IVLU ... ... ...q 28.44 24.11 20 25.68 -2.8iSh 3-10yr n IMTB ... ... ... 49.92 47.14 3 47.68 -4.1iShSaudi KSA ... ... ... 31.99 24.69 111 29.08 +11.1iSh MinVl n SMMV ... ... ... 33.40 27.25 5 32.75 +12.2iShIntDevM IMTM .30p ... ...q 33.00 28.66 16 30.55 +.1iShIntDevQ IQLT .55p ... ...q 31.40 28.14 8 29.58 -.2iShLwCarb CRBN .94p ... ...q 125.97 111.46 4 120.20 +2.8iShShMBd bt NEAR .35 ... ...q iShDvlSize ISZE ... ... ...q 29.72 26.46 0 27.55 -2.7iShCHdEM HEEM 1.26e 1.9 ... 28.95 24.56 8 25.43 -4.0iShMsciChA CNYA ... ... ... 35.68 24.43 11 26.19 -18.2iSh IntDvGr IGRO ... ... ... 62.04 53.84 3 56.90 -4.2iShMultiTc TCHF ... ... ... 43.69 36.20 42.73 +10.2iShMultInd INDF ... ... ... 33.67 29.28 31.65 -.8iShMultHl HCRF ... ... ... 35.18 30.04 35.01 +10.7iShiB20Mun IBMI .24 .9 ...q 25.44 25.18 32 25.27 -.3iShMultMat MATF ... ... ... 36.19 31.32 31.95 -6.6iSh MultFin FNCF ... ... ... 37.85 32.66 34.52 -2.3iShMultiEn ERGF ... ... ... 30.71 25.06 28.25 -.2iShIntHdHi HYGH 4.56 4.9 ...q 92.42 88.33 26 92.23 +1.5iShCHAust HAUD 1.81p ... ...q 25.31 22.42 3 24.89 +1.6iShGldSt n IAUF ... ... ... iSh MultCnS CNSF ... ... ... 27.25 23.37 25.33 -4.3iShCDivGr DGRO .65e 1.7 ...q 37.93 32.19 626 37.58 +8.1iSh MulConD CNDF ... ... ... 34.86 28.16 34.34 +9.7iSh MultUt UTLF ... ... ... 28.56 23.93 26.79 +.5iShCHEmu HEZU .64e 1.7 ...q 31.62 28.32 267 29.86 +.2iShGblReit REET .94e 3.7 ...q 26.68 23.40 185 25.66 -1.6iSh AdapJp DEWJ .18p ... ... 31.33 27.46 29.88 +.5iSh AdapC DEFA .48p ... ... 30.45 27.82 28.73 -2.3iSh AdapEu DEZU .56p ... ... 30.64 27.34 27.34 -5.0iShCoreInt IAGG ... ... ... 53.61 51.56 47 52.17 +.2iShEurSC HEUS ... ... ...q 31.56 28.58 30.56 +2.0iShCorePac IPAC 1.06e 1.8 ...q 63.99 55.81 113 58.62 -1.7iShEurMV HEUV .98 3.9 ...q 25.26 23.44 25.08 +1.7iShIntHdCp LQDH 2.76 2.8 ...q 99.18 95.06 4 96.90 -.4iShCHCda HEWC 1.41e 1.7 ...q 27.27 24.31 3 26.63 +.9iShJpMinV JPMV .70e 1.0 ...q 72.41 64.00 1 68.39 +.7iShEafeMV HEFV ... ... ...q 28.30 26.08 27.60 +.1iShEuMinV EUMV .67e 2.7 ...q 26.69 24.16 2 25.20 -.6iShCHNk400 HJPX .19p ... ...q 32.09 27.96 0 30.61 +.7iShCorEur IEUR 1.18e 2.4 ...q 53.97 46.21 135 48.52 -3.3iShxJMinV AXJV .84p ... ...q 38.95 34.30 44 35.67 -1.9iSh2022Mu IBMK .09e ... ...q 26.23 25.24 28 25.36 -1.2iShEm exCh EMXC ... ... ... 58.49 47.54 2 49.15 -8.9iShYdOpBd BYLD .75 3.1 ...q 26.66 24.00 14 24.11 -3.6iSh2021Mu IBMJ .07e ... ...q 26.00 25.19 20 25.25 -.7iSHgxUSHY HHYX .67e ... ...q 28.17 27.48 28.02 +.5iShRussia rs ERUS ... ... ...q 39.23 30.66 272 34.44 +2.7iSCHeafe HEFA .70e 1.5 ...q 30.88 27.69 205 29.81 +.4iShCHMex HEWW 1.41p ... ...q 21.11 18.16 19.46 -2.7iShH10yCBd CLYH .31e ... ...q 27.42 25.45 3 26.22 -.8iShCHSpain HEWP .31p ... ...q 23.70 20.85 21.78 -1.8iShHEmBd EMBH .30e ... ...q 27.04 24.94 236 25.74 -3.0iShCHItaly HEWI .55p ... ...q 19.17 15.86 24 16.75 -.5iShShMMu MEAR .27e ... ...q 50.37 49.61 10 49.89 +.2iSCHEafSC HSCZ .19p ... ...q 32.36 29.26 5 31.25 +.9iShUSFxBal FIBR 2.20e ... ...q 101.02 98.54 98.80 -1.4iShCHAcxUs HAWX 1.38e 3.9 ...q 28.00 25.34 2 26.68 -.7iShGbMM rs PICK ... ... ... 37.91 29.06 87 32.50 -6.2iShCHAcwi HACW .94e 2.1 ...q 30.93 27.92 29.63 +.8iShTrFRBd TFLO .07e .1 ...q 50.85 50.12 98 50.28 +.1iShCH UK HEWU .24p ... ...q 25.54 22.21 1 23.98 -1.4iSh ESG s ESGE ... ... ... 37.04 17.14 69 33.25 iShCHSwitz HEWL 1.43e 2.3 ...q 27.79 25.03 26.95 -.3iShEMktMV HEMV ... ... ...q 29.20 26.20 26.76 -2.3iShLqdty bt ICSH .25e .5 ...q 50.54 49.99 104 50.15 +.2iShCHJpn HEWJ .74e .5 ...q 35.29 30.23 386 33.76 +1.3iShCHSoK HEWY .48p ... ...q 32.01 27.49 28.28 -6.5iShFacEmg EMGF .13p ... ...q 53.84 41.06 34 43.14 -12.8iSh iBd26 n IBDR ... ... ... 24.74 22.99 25 23.25 -5.3iSiBd12-18 s IBDH .30 1.2 ...q 25.22 25.07 46 25.12 iSiBd12-16 s IBDF .13 .5 ...q 25.04 iSiBd12-20 s IBDL .62e 2.5 ...q 25.57 24.94 111 25.03 -1.1iSiBd12-19 s IBDK .37e ... ...q 25.08 24.70 710 24.78 -.4iSiBd12-23 s IBDO .56e ... ...q 25.44 24.13 74 24.24 -3.3iSiBd12-22 s IBDN .55e ... ...q 25.29 24.19 62 24.29 -2.8iSiBd12-25 s IBDQ .64e ... ...q 25.25 23.60 23 23.84 -4.8iSiBd12-24 s IBDP .63e ... ...q 25.32 23.86 23 24.03 -4.1iSiBd12-21 s IBDM .47e ... ...q 25.08 24.27 129 24.34 -1.9IsoRay ISR ... ... ...dd 1.22 .36 399 .56 +40.4IsraelChm ICL .27e 4.4 ... 6.24 3.85 243 6.18 +53.0IssuerDir ISDR .20 1.3 54 21.85 12.95 5 15.60 -15.0ItauCorpb ITCB 2.48e 16.7 72 16.34 10.28 47 14.89 +10.8ItauUnibH ITUB .58e 5.5 ... 16.98 9.85 14691 10.52 -19.0IvyHiInOp IVH 1.50a 10.6 ...q 16.09 13.92 31 14.14 -6.5J -JAlexHld n JAX ... ... 28 13.40 8.70 21 13.15 +35.6JJill n JILL ... ... 4 11.19 4.17 226 5.96 -23.6JBG Smth n JBGS .90 2.5 ... 38.91 30.79 587 36.65 +5.5JMP Gp27 n JMPD ... ... ... 25.62 24.11 2 25.30 JMP Grp JMP .36 6.9 74 5.78 4.92 12 5.20 -7.1JMP Gp 23 JMPB 2.00 7.8 ... 25.97 25.10 4 25.74 +1.8JPMCh pfE JPMpE 1.58 6.1 ... 27.10 25.53 41 25.79 -4.7JPMDvsRt JPGE .96e 1.6 ...q 68.02 59.03 6 61.91 -.9JPMIntEq JPIN 1.08e 1.8 ...q 63.18 55.95 116 58.48 -2.6JPMDvREm JPEM 1.31p ... ...q 64.42 51.99 19 54.34 -6.9JPM DREq JPUS .26p ... ...q 75.76 66.61 22 75.20 +6.6JPM DivInt JPIH ... ... ... 30.68 27.59 29.83 -.6JPMDsfEu JPEU ... ... ... 64.34 56.99 2 59.27 -1.8JPM DivEu JPEH ... ... ... 29.77 26.58 0 29.14 +3.1JPM Val n JVAL ... ... ... 27.44 24.90 0 27.24 +4.4JPM Qual n JQUA ... ... ... 28.56 24.85 28.56 +9.5JPM Mom n JMOM ... ... ... 28.75 24.95 28.68 +11.9JPM MinV n JMIN ... ... ... 27.70 24.93 1 27.52 +6.7JPM US Dv JDIV ... ... ... 26.85 24.18 0 26.84 +1.3JPM DivAlt JPHF ... ... ... 28.92 24.60 117 24.75 -5.4JPM FutSt n JPMF ... ... ... 25.34 23.65 24.11 -4.1JPM UlSh n JPST ... ... ... 51.03 48.88 486 50.25 +.4JPM SCap n JPSE ... ... ... 33.38 27.51 73 32.73 +10.3JPM GlB n JPGB ... ... ... 52.67 47.21 3 50.11 -2.1JPM Evnt n JPED ... ... ... 26.56 24.55 26.55 +5.3JPM Disc n JPHY ... ... ... 52.80 49.30 12 49.82 -2.8JPM USMid JPME ... ... ... 68.41 60.17 1 67.78 +6.3JPMorgCh JPM 2.24f 1.9 16 119.33 93.34 12488 116.72 +9.1JPMCh wt JPM/WS ... ... ... 73.85 51.98 72.89 +9.7JPMCh pfA JPMpA 1.36 5.4 ... 25.77 24.52 40 25.00 -1.5JPMCh pfB JPMpB 1.68 6.5 ... 27.34 25.65 74 25.68 -5.0JPMAlerian AMJ 2.29 8.3 ...q 30.74 23.17 3208 27.51 +.1JPMCh pfY JPMpF 1.53 5.9 ... 27.15 25.32 38 25.77 -3.3JPMCh pfG JPMpG 1.52 5.9 ... 27.38 25.30 77 25.83 -4.2JPM FTLgC JFT ... ... ...q 42.00 JPMCh pfH JPMpH 1.54 6.0 ... 27.38 24.03 46 25.88 -3.9JRJR Ntw JRJR ... ... ...dd .40 .10 .13 -29.7Jabil JBL .32 1.1 21 31.77 23.70 2982 30.08 +14.6JacobsEng JEC .60 .8 27 77.91 55.21 802 77.26 +17.1JaggedPk n JAG ... ... ... 16.55 10.55 1390 14.01 -11.2JHardie s JHX .38e 2.5 70 18.79 13.62 21 15.15 -14.0Jan HlFit n FITS ... ... ... JanTailRsk TRSK .24e .8 ...q 33.32 29.19 29.57 -5.6AlpVSVolLC SPXH .51e 1.5 ...q 38.83 32.16 33.55 -8.2Jan ShDur n VNLA ... ... ... 50.42 49.94 114 50.10 -.1JanusHn n JHG 1.44f 5.1 ... 41.64 26.95 631 27.97 -26.9JpnSmCap JOF .13e 1.2 ...q 13.06 10.48 92 10.87 -8.0Jarden JAH ... ... 53 58.97 JeffrFn JEF .40 1.7 40 28.30 21.61 2505 23.18 -12.5JeldWen n JELD ... ... ...dd 42.27 23.44 380 25.34 -35.6JernignC n JCAP 1.40 7.4 11 21.74 15.90 161 19.03 +.1Jianpu n JT ... ... ... 9.49 4.01 122 5.05 -22.1JinkoSolar JKS ... ... 24 29.38 11.47 327 12.03 -50.0JBeanTch JBT .40 .3 46 123.90 84.81 197 119.10 +7.5JHMultLgC JHML .10p ... ...q 37.99 32.37 101 37.69 +8.3JH MultMdC JHMM .08p ... ...q 37.17 31.72 51 36.67 +7.5JH MultCns JHMC .07p ... ...q 33.58 28.01 2 33.16 +8.4JH MultFin JHMF .08p ... ...q 39.70 33.57 3 38.15 +3.8sJH MultHltC JHMH .05p ... ...q 35.74 29.91 11 35.78 +14.9JH MultTch JHMT .09p ... ...q 48.43 37.40 30 47.55 +15.8JH MultEn JHME ... ... ... 33.93 26.47 0 32.75 +10.4JH MultMat JHMA ... ... ... 38.20 32.62 0 34.92 -2.8JH SmCap n JHSC ... ... ... 29.62 24.27 6 28.15 +7.8JH MultDev JHMD ... ... ... 32.58 28.20 2 29.56 -2.8JH MultUt JHMU ... ... ... 30.52 25.00 4 28.37 +3.2JH MulCnSt JHMS ... ... ... 28.79 24.55 1 27.11 -2.2JH MultInd JHMI ... ... ... 38.03 32.53 0 37.43 +6.7JH HedgEq HEQ 1.50 9.6 ...q 17.90 15.50 22 15.62 -10.3JH TxAdY HTY 1.28 17.2 ...q 9.74 7.38 53 7.45 -15.5JohnJn JNJ 3.60f 2.6 20 148.32 118.62 6678 140.47 +.5JohnContl n JCI 1.04 2.9 25 42.60 32.89 4221 36.24 -4.9JonesEngy rs JONE ... ... ...dd 44.18 4.04 1354 6.52 JonesLL JLL .82f .6 23 178.75 121.84 392 146.55 -1.6Jumei Intl JMEI ... ... 24 4.03 1.44 831 2.19 -25.0JnprNtwk JNPR .72 2.4 16 29.95 23.61 8945 29.67 +4.1tJupai n JP .40f 4.7 5 29.00 8.61 304 8.51 -54.0JustEngy g JE .41 ... 1 5.91 2.80 403 3.05 -28.9JustEn pfA JEpA ... ... ... 26.40 21.07 3 21.29 -14.4K -K12 LRN ... ... 16 18.69 12.72 190 17.61 +10.8KAR Auct KAR 1.40 2.3 21 64.55 46.10 606 60.90 +20.6KB FnclGp KB ... ... ... 63.96 43.32 84 47.02 -19.6KB Home KBH .10 .4 23 38.80 20.72 3171 25.53 -20.1KBR Inc KBR .32 1.5 15 21.70 14.40 2084 21.20 +6.9KCAPFn 19 KAP 1.84 7.2 ... 26.19 25.05 0 25.41 +.5KKR KKR 1.31e 5.3 11 25.10 18.74 24.68 +17.2KKR pfA KKR.PRA ... ... ... 27.69 25.45 26.88 -.5KKR pf B KKRpB 1.63 6.2 ... 27.37 25.31 26.12 -2.4KKR Inco KIO 1.50a 9.1 ...q 18.63 15.38 75 16.53 +3.0 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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KKR RE n KREF 1.72e ... ... 21.63 18.09 214 20.43 +2.1KMG Chm KMG .12 .2 19 79.35 50.67 128 75.75 +14.6KT Corp KT ... ... ... 16.12 12.55 560 14.50 -7.1Kadant KAI .88 .8 31 114.00 90.65 81 109.40 +9.0Kadmon n KDMN ... ... ... 5.86 2.95 821 3.41 -5.8Kaman KAMN .80 1.2 32 75.08 52.45 99 66.68 +13.3KCSo pf KSUp 1.00 3.8 ... 33.12 25.22 26.33 -3.4KC Southn KSU 1.44f 1.2 21 120.34 99.47 923 115.81 +10.1KapStoneP KS .40 1.2 12 35.01 20.42 305 33.93 +49.5KaynAEnD KED 1.60 8.7 ...dd 19.07 14.10 18.45 +6.0KA EngTR KYE 1.32m 13.3 ...q 11.24 8.30 9.89 -1.7KA MLP KYN 1.80 10.1 ...q 20.38 14.38 369 17.91 -6.0KAMLP pfF KYNpF .88 3.5 ... 26.37 24.76 2 25.09 -.7KAMidsEn KMF 1.80m 14.0 ...q 15.32 11.36 248 12.90 -6.5KeanGrp n FRAC ... ... ... 19.83 10.12 765 12.60 -33.7Kellogg K 2.24f 3.1 18 74.98 56.40 1155 72.34 +6.4KelsoTch g KIQ .03f 6.0 ... .96 .24 2 .50 -4.4Kemet KEM ... ... 4 29.85 13.73 673 20.26 +34.5Kemper KMPR .96 1.2 24 87.00 50.85 347 78.60 +14.1Kemper 54 KMPA 1.84 7.2 ... 27.07 25.40 4 25.62 -1.8Kennamtl KMT .80 1.8 12 52.52 34.37 855 44.74 -7.6KennWils KW .76 3.5 ...cc 22.28 15.95 640 21.70 +25.1KenonHld n KEN ... ... ... 33.22 14.38 2 17.99 -16.9KeurDrPep KDP 2.32 9.9 5 24.47 13.23 1800 23.54 +52.6KeyEngy KEG ... ... ...dd 18.40 8.20 17 13.45 +14.1Keycorp KEY .48f 2.3 14 22.40 17.40 15076 20.60 +2.1Keycorp pfI KEYpI ... ... ... 29.97 26.55 34 26.80 -7.3Keysight KEYS ... ... 51 70.40 39.54 1855 64.91 +56.0KilroyR KRC 1.82 2.6 15 77.73 62.91 425 69.83 -6.5KimbRoy n KRP 1.68f 7.6 ... 24.50 15.51 102 22.15 +36.3KimbClk KMB 4.00 3.5 22 123.77 97.10 1775 113.98 -5.5Kimco KIM 1.12 6.8 17 20.25 13.16 2085 16.44 -9.4Kimco pfI KIMpI 1.50 6.0 ... 25.50 23.33 9 25.15 -.2Kimco pfJ KIMpJ 1.38 5.7 ... 25.49 21.10 11 24.12 -3.7Kimco pfK KIMpK 1.41 5.8 ... 25.56 21.60 2 24.29 -3.3Kimco pfL KIMpL ... ... ... 25.99 20.01 22 22.40 -9.5KindMorg KMI .80 4.5 23 19.83 14.69 15520 17.89 -1.0KindM pfA KMIpA ... ... ... 42.93 29.98 200 33.69 -11.2Kingsway KFS ... ... ...dd 6.15 2.15 31 2.95 -41.6Kinross g KGC ... ... 23 4.78 2.67 9915 2.94 -31.9KirbyCp KEX ... ... 33 94.05 61.80 322 79.25 +18.6KirklLak n KL .09e ... ... 23.86 11.52 3179 18.52 +20.6KiteRlty pf KRGp 2.06 8.2 ... 25.03 KiteRlty KRG 1.27 7.8 5 20.71 13.87 421 16.27 -17.0KlondexM g KLDX ... ... ... 3.89 1.29 2.16 -17.2KnSwftT rs KNX .24 .7 22 51.94 29.00 2109 34.74 -20.5Knoll Inc KNL .60 2.5 17 24.27 18.74 436 23.86 +3.6KnotOffsh KNOP 2.08 9.7 ... 23.95 19.15 96 21.40 +3.1Knowles KN ... ... 14 18.32 10.95 431 16.42 +12.0Kohls KSS 2.44 3.3 13 82.42 37.97 2763 74.65 +37.7Koppers KOP 1.00 3.1 9 51.80 31.85 127 32.45 -36.2tKoreaElc KEP ... ... ... 18.35 12.78 245 12.62 -28.7KoreaFd KF 4.50e ... ...q 44.64 34.87 3 36.82 -10.8KornFer KFY .40 .8 42 68.98 38.07 652 49.23 +19.0sKosmosEn KOS ... ... ...dd 9.65 5.15 3144 9.48 +38.4KrNwChin s KFYP ... ... ...q 44.18 28.42 1 30.78 -8.0KrS ChIn n KWEB ... ... ... 68.39 45.01 1310 48.51 -17.2KranChinA KBA 9.93e ... ...q 39.22 26.35 124 28.33 -17.7KraneChCm KCNY .22e .6 ...q 37.87 33.69 0 34.35 -2.1KranShFtse KEMP ... ... ...q 29.85 23.05 23.83 -10.4KrnChEnv n KGRN ... ... ... 27.96 18.47 1 19.86 -21.5KrnOnBelt n OBOR ... ... ... 28.16 22.22 1 23.56 -7.8KrS CnTc n KEMQ ... ... ... 28.97 20.92 7 21.91 -14.2KratonCp KRA ... ... 16 53.99 35.57 130 49.00 +1.7Kroger s KR .56f 1.9 11 32.74 19.69 10477 29.61 +7.9KronosWw KRO .68 4.0 9 29.49 16.45 393 16.89 -34.5Kyocera KYO ... ... ... 71.92 53.79 55.15 -15.8L -L Brands LB 2.40 8.0 9 63.10 25.89 5845 29.88 -50.4L-3 Tch LLL 3.20 1.5 21 218.71 180.24 366 209.38 +5.8LCI Inds LCII 2.40 2.7 15 132.73 80.95 205 89.15 -31.4LG Display LPL ... ... ... 15.88 7.77 380 8.58 -37.6LGL Grp LGL ... ... 22 8.00 5.10 17 6.91 +23.0LMP CapIn SCD 1.24f 9.0 ...q 14.75 12.22 31 13.84 -.8LSB Inds LXU ... ... ...dd 10.05 4.75 144 9.89 +12.9LSC Com LKSD 1.04 8.5 ... 18.64 10.64 136 12.25 -19.1LTC Prp LTC 2.28f 5.3 13 49.59 34.46 152 43.40 -.3LaZBoy LZB .48 1.5 18 39.15 25.70 284 32.00 +2.6LabCp LH ... ... 20 190.36 146.68 756 169.51 +6.3LadderCap LADR 1.30 7.6 16 17.53 13.23 426 17.04 +25.0LadThalFn LTS .05 1.8 ...dd 3.84 2.32 824 2.82 -10.8LadTh pfA LTSpA 2.00 8.2 ... 25.95 22.50 68 24.25 -4.2LadThal27 n LTSL 1.63 6.9 ... 25.17 22.79 12 23.59 -5.3LambWst n LW .77 1.2 25 73.19 45.02 1675 66.43 +17.7Lannett LCI ... ... 2 30.35 4.60 1585 5.00 -78.4LaredoPet LPI ... ... 4 13.40 7.41 3808 8.79 -17.2LVSands LVS 3.00 5.0 17 81.45 59.11 3784 60.46 -13.0LaSalleH LHO .90m 2.6 54 36.13 24.10 703 34.31 +22.2LaSalH pfI LHOpI 1.59 6.4 ... 25.71 23.87 15 24.71 -1.6LaSalHt pfJ LHOpJ 1.58 6.4 ... 25.99 23.67 18 24.50 -4.8Latam Air LTM ... ... ... 17.39 8.42 392 9.59 -31.0LatAmDisc LDF .03e .3 ...q 13.25 9.27 1 10.93 -4.8LattDvMkt RODM .62e 2.1 ...q 31.02 27.82 255 29.14 -.2LattEmMkt ROAM .43e 1.9 ...q 28.12 22.08 21 22.93 -11.0Latt RE n RORE ... ... ... 16.15 13.27 2 15.24 -1.6LattUSEqt ROUS .39e ... ...q 33.70 28.35 22 33.22 +6.2LattGblSC ROGS .57e 1.8 ...q 33.42 29.77 25 31.70 +.4HrtLoVol n LVIN ... ... ... 29.40 26.59 0 27.38 -1.3LazGlobTR LGI .95 5.3 ...q 19.39 16.50 32 17.77 -1.3Lazard LAZ 1.76 3.6 13 60.00 43.05 514 48.98 -6.7LazWldDiv LOR .69 6.6 ...q 12.63 9.98 23 10.45 -10.1LeafGrp LEAF ... ... ...dd 12.05 6.50 34 9.75 -1.5LearCorp LEA 2.80 1.8 11 206.36 152.62 851 155.31 -12.1Lee Ent LEE ... ... 6 3.30 1.95 58 2.75 +17.0LegacyAc n LGC ... ... ... 9.91 9.51 1 9.68 +.5LegacyA wt LGC/WS ... ... ... .45 .39 .40 -4.8LegacyA un LGC/U ... ... ... 10.19 9.82 1 10.09 +1.5LeggMason LM 1.36 4.3 9 47.13 29.54 722 31.60 -24.7LegMas56 n LMHA ... ... ... 28.47 25.57 16 26.00 -4.6LegM 5,4 56 LMHB ... ... ... 25.73 23.37 19 24.19 -4.2LMGblInco BWG 1.32a 10.9 ...q 13.61 12.46 12.14 -4.9LM IntLoV LVHI ... ... ... 28.95 25.85 7 27.28 -3.2LM EM LoV LVHE ... ... ... 31.44 25.67 1 28.43 +3.3LeggPlat LEG 1.52 3.4 21 51.99 39.57 769 44.74 -6.3LeGS3.5s34 JBK 1.59 6.1 ... 27.30 23.82 0 25.99 +3.4LeidosHld LDOS 1.28a 1.9 24 72.30 57.50 1264 68.00 +5.3LejuHldgs LEJU .20e ... ...dd 2.35 .96 160 1.93 +34.0LendingClb LC ... ... 73 6.56 2.57 2148 3.63 -12.1LennarA LEN .16 .3 13 72.17 48.71 3121 49.00 -22.5LennarB LEN/B .16 .4 10 58.65 39.76 46 39.86 -22.9Lennox LII 2.56f 1.2 28 229.98 169.52 345 216.10 +3.8Leo Hld un LHC ... ... ... 10.90 9.40 6 10.29 +3.2LevelBr n LEVB ... ... ... 7.68 2.74 132 5.22 +20.0LexRltyTr LXP .71 8.7 15 10.65 7.59 1280 8.20 -15.0LexRT pfC LXPpC 3.25 6.5 ... 54.43 48.25 1 49.97 -2.6Libbey LBY .47 5.0 ...dd 11.54 4.60 253 9.32 +23.9LbtyASE USA .72e 10.6 ...q 6.84 5.62 1051 6.79 +7.8LbtyASG ASG .38e 6.0 ...q 7.71 5.02 64 6.30 +13.7LibOilSv n LBRT .05p ... 64 23.90 16.00 1521 21.61 -5.6LibtProp LPT 1.60 3.8 15 45.40 37.77 762 42.12 -2.1LifeStorg LSI 4.00 4.2 33 102.91 76.42 454 95.01 +6.7LightInBox LITB ... ... ...dd 3.46 .66 98 .90 -60.9LilisEn n LLEX ... ... ...dd 6.30 3.10 429 5.05 -1.2LincNat LNC 1.32 1.9 10 86.68 61.18 998 68.93 -10.3LincNtl wt LNC/WS ... ... ... 82.24 69.75 82.24 +8.5Lindsay LNN 1.24f 1.3 49 103.03 83.57 45 98.31 +11.5LineCp n LN ... ... ... 47.81 34.58 27 43.37 +5.8LionsGat A LGF/A .36 1.7 ... 36.48 21.54 708 21.73 -35.7LionsGat B LGF/B .36 1.8 ... 34.41 19.97 619 20.33 -35.9LiqTech LIQT ... ... ...dd 1.89 .26 747 1.86 +227.5LithiaMot LAD 1.16 1.4 10 127.99 78.85 303 85.36 -24.9LiveNatn LYV ... ... ...cc 55.26 35.94 1438 53.52 +25.7LloydBkg LYG .47a 14.6 ... 4.21 3.02 1997 3.24 -13.6LoanCore n LCRT ... ... ... LoanDpt n LDI ... ... ... LockhdM LMT 8.00 2.4 41 363.00 291.52 1177 337.58 +5.1Loews L .25 .5 14 53.59 45.52 1418 51.03 +2.0LomaNeg n LOMA ... ... 10 26.89 6.36 552 9.14 -60.3LaPac LPX .13p ... 12 32.16 25.57 1531 28.10 +7.0Lowes LOW 1.92f 1.7 24 117.35 75.36 5641 115.01 +23.7Lubys LUB ... ... ...dd 3.20 1.68 34 1.72 -34.8LumberLiq LL ... ... ...dd 39.25 16.71 673 17.32 -44.8LuxferHld LXFR .50 3.7 ... 16.21 11.96 13.67 -13.5Luxoft LXFT ... ... 24 59.05 31.50 208 48.70 -12.6Lydall LDL ... ... 15 60.00 37.50 245 43.05 -15.2LyonBas A LYB 4.00 3.8 9 121.95 96.19 1729 104.35 -5.4M -M&T Bk MTB 4.00f 2.4 18 197.37 153.09 794 170.15 -.5M&T Bk wt MTB/WS ... ... ... 113.50 81.50 112.00 +14.8M&TBk pfA MTBp 63.75 6.3 ... 1090.00 1009.50 0 1020.00 -6.4M&TBk pfC MTBpC 63.75 6.3 ... 1055.00 1010.00 1014.11 -1.5MAG Slv g MAG ... ... ... 12.78 7.04 359 8.03 -35.0MBIA MBI ... ... ...dd 11.62 6.04 698 11.42 +56.0MDC MDC 1.20 4.0 11 35.18 26.45 286 30.05 -5.7MDU Res MDU .79 3.1 22 29.62 24.29 1162 25.88 -3.7MFA Fncl MFA .80 10.6 10 8.90 6.72 2434 7.57 -4.4MFA Fn42 MFO 2.00 7.8 ... 26.36 25.31 13 25.70 -2.5MFA pfB MFApB 1.88 7.5 ... 25.88 23.96 6 25.08 -.9MFC Bcp MFCB ... ... ...dd 9.50 5.69 14 6.10 -21.7tMFS CAMu CCA .60 5.9 ...q 12.41 10.07 2 10.09 -12.3MCR MCR .72a 9.3 ...q 8.72 7.74 68 7.78 -8.3MGF MGF .41 9.3 ...q 4.96 4.38 41 4.43 -7.5MFS HInM CXE .30 6.0 ...q 5.51 4.82 49 5.00 -4.6MFS HYMu CMU .28 6.1 ...q 4.89 4.37 67 4.53 -1.9MFS IHI CIF .25 9.5 ...q 3.02 2.46 29 2.62 -10.9MIN MIN .42 11.3 ...q 4.29 3.72 182 3.75 -9.6MFS InvG CXH .50 5.6 ...q 10.04 8.98 43 9.01 -7.2MMT MMT .52 9.2 ...q 6.27 5.46 106 5.63 -7.2MFM MFM .38 6.0 ...q 7.26 6.41 70 6.44 -6.3MFV MFV .58 10.3 ...q 6.84 5.34 12 5.63 -4.8MGIC Inv MTG ... ... 9 16.21 9.97 1728 12.98 -8.0MGMGrPr n MGP 1.75f 6.0 ... 31.61 25.31 635 29.16 MGM Rsts MGM .48 1.7 8 38.41 26.31 5384 27.91 -16.4MI Homes MHO ... ... 11 37.41 24.19 170 25.16 -26.9MPG pfA MPGpA ... ... ... 25.85 MPLX LP MPLX 2.51 7.2 32 39.38 31.60 956 34.75 -2.0MRC Glbl MRC ... ... 20 22.98 14.01 783 19.01 +12.4MSA Safety MSA 1.52 1.4 62 108.86 71.47 124 106.47 +37.3MSC Ind MSM 2.32 2.7 16 99.94 72.51 313 87.00 -10.0MSCI Inc MSCI 1.52 .9 43 184.22 114.40 432 178.04 +40.7MSG Netw MSGN ... ... 11 26.30 16.25 329 24.90 +23.0MV OilTr MVO .76e 6.5 9 12.21 5.15 90 11.60 +38.1MVC Cap MVC .60 6.2 25q 10.97 9.25 17 9.72 -8.0MVC 22 n MVCD 1.56 6.1 ... 27.25 25.12 1 25.64 -.8MacQUtlDv MFD 1.20 11.0 ...q 13.70 10.71 75 10.86 -12.6MacQGInf MGU 1.48 6.9 ...q 26.36 21.32 27 21.52 -16.5Macerich MAC 2.96 5.4 30 69.73 52.45 682 55.29 -15.8MackCali CLI .80 4.0 9 24.04 15.86 369 20.07 -6.0Macquarie MIC 5.24e 11.3 9 73.82 36.20 519 46.36 -27.8Macys M 1.51 4.3 11 41.99 17.41 6046 34.75 +38.0MadCvCall MCN .72 9.3 ...q 7.94 7.09 95 7.71 -.1MadSqGd n MSG ... ... 94 330.00 205.22 101 303.35 +43.9MadStSec MSP 1.04 8.9 ...q 12.16 10.72 20 11.69 -.2MagellMid MMP 3.83f 5.6 20 75.82 54.82 626 68.25 -3.8Magna g s MGA 1.32f 2.4 9 67.47 50.78 930 55.08 -2.8MagnaChip MX ... ... 6 13.40 8.85 88 9.95 Maiden prA MHpA 2.06 9.6 ... 25.65 17.55 18 21.43 -13.2Maiden pfC MHpC 1.78 9.8 ... 26.26 14.83 19 18.25 -25.3 MaidnH pfD MHpD 1.68 9.7 ... 25.05 14.14 15 17.39 -17.0MaidenHld n MHLA .60 3.4 ... 26.60 14.45 28 17.63 -23.4MaidHld 43 MHNC 1.94 9.4 ... 26.75 18.26 9 20.68 -15.4MainStCap MAIN 2.28f 5.8 14 41.79 34.37 139 39.18 -1.4MainStC 23 MSCA 1.53 5.9 ... 26.50 25.23 25.79 +2.1MainSDTMu MMD 1.18 6.1 ...q 20.49 18.54 53 19.27 -2.8Majesco n MJCO ... ... ... 9.27 4.84 3 6.92 +28.9Mallinckdt MNK ... ... ... 39.05 11.65 1894 29.33 +30.0MgdDInvG MZF .74 5.2 ...q 14.41 13.05 14.33 +6.7ManchUtd MANU .36 1.5 2 27.70 17.31 81 23.90 +20.7Manitowc rs MTW ... ... ... 44.03 21.18 307 25.13 -36.1ManngNap MN .32 11.4 12 4.35 2.55 19 2.80 -22.2ManpwrGp MAN 1.86 2.2 10 136.93 81.85 925 85.49 -32.2Manulife g MFC .88 ... ... 22.16 17.44 1026 18.32 -12.2sMarathnO MRO .20 .9 ...dd 22.74 12.86 17263 22.34 +32.0sMarathPt s MPC 1.84 2.1 12 85.34 54.61 6799 85.79 +30.0MarcusMill MMI ... ... 21 41.45 25.12 163 34.87 +6.9Marcus MCS .60f 1.5 32 42.50 23.55 79 40.70 +48.8MarineP MPX .40 2.0 37 24.82 12.00 50 20.51 +61.0MarineMx HZO ... ... 21 25.05 15.05 384 21.55 +14.0Markel MKL ... ... 68 1228.32 1045.00 32 1202.32 +5.5MarriotVac VAC 1.60 1.4 19 154.14 107.17 398 116.16 -14.1MarshM MMC 1.66f 1.9 24 87.89 78.60 1117 85.36 +4.9MartMM MLM 1.92f 1.0 28 241.33 188.34 479 190.84 -13.7Masco MAS .42 1.1 19 46.45 35.79 2119 37.75 -14.1Masonite g DOOR ... ... 12 75.95 58.40 115 65.55 -11.6Mastec MTZ ... ... 11 55.53 39.83 658 45.40 -7.3MastechD s MHH ... ... 24 11.49 4.68 29 10.25 MasterCrd MA 1.00 .5 51 223.37 137.75 2520 221.35 +46.2MatadorRs MTDR ... ... 25 35.22 24.04 1279 33.19 +6.6Materion MTRN .42 .7 37 65.10 38.25 50 58.95 +21.3MatinasB n MTNB ... ... ... 1.60 .32 9291 .63 -45.7Matson MATX .80 2.1 7 40.32 26.33 132 38.46 +28.9MauiLand MLP ... ... 64 18.80 9.95 13 12.70 -26.6MaxarTc n MAXR 1.48 4.2 ... 67.30 28.77 428 34.86 -45.8Maximus MMS .18 .3 19 72.71 60.27 352 64.94 -9.3MaxLinear MXL ... ... 23 28.06 15.39 657 20.19 -23.6McClatch rs MNI ... ... ...dd 11.04 6.64 5 8.41 -5.8McCorm vot MKC/V 2.08f 1.6 ... 132.00 93.63 1 130.31 +29.7McCorm MKC 2.08 1.6 19 132.83 93.70 559 129.62 +27.2McDerI rs MDR ... ... 10 27.21 16.14 20.70 McDnlds MCD 4.64f 2.8 25 178.70 146.84 4372 163.31 -5.1McKesson MCK 1.56f 1.2 11 178.86 122.49 1038 132.64 -14.9McEwenM MUX .01 .5 ...dd 2.55 1.82 2125 1.89 -17.1Mechel pf MTLp ... ... ... 1.34 .60 8 .85 -19.0Mechel rs MTL ... ... ... 5.60 2.30 48 3.19 -39.4Medequit n MRT .84 8.7 ... 12.05 9.46 101 9.62 -14.3MedProp MPW 1.00 6.9 16 15.24 11.82 2377 14.43 +4.7Medifast MED 1.92 .9 92 260.98 56.31 356 211.49 +203.0MedleyCap MCC .40m 10.3 6 6.15 3.35 211 3.88 -25.7MedleyC 23 MCV 1.53 6.1 ... 25.98 24.17 2 25.13 -.4MedleyC 21 MCX 1.63 6.4 ... 26.18 24.90 2 25.30 -1.9Medley n MDLX .22p ... ... 25.09 23.60 77 24.44 -1.4Medley24 n MDLQ ... ... ... 25.66 24.50 168 24.95 -1.0MedleyMgt MDLY .80 15.2 ...cc 7.15 3.10 24 5.25 -19.2Mednax MD ... ... 12 63.04 40.56 990 46.79 -12.4sMedtrnic MDT 2.00 2.0 52 98.00 76.41 5577 98.86 +22.4MegalFn un MFACU ... ... ... 10.15 9.99 37 10.10 +.8Merck MRK 1.92 2.7 26 71.58 52.83 6439 70.78 +25.8MercGn MCY 2.50 5.0 45 60.19 41.41 200 50.46 -5.6Meredith MDP 2.18 4.2 12 72.25 47.30 322 52.45 -20.6Meritage MTH ... ... 11 55.50 40.30 340 41.90 -18.2Meritor MTOR ... ... 6 29.54 17.28 642 20.27 -13.6MerL pfK MERpK 1.61 6.2 ... 26.54 25.42 63 26.12 +.1MerL pfP MERpP 1.84 7.0 ... 27.53 25.80 26.35 -3.0ML CZN46 PIY 2.09 12.4 ... 26.88 11.66 6 16.84 +14.5MLRRD29 PYS 1.58 8.9 ... 23.00 15.98 4 17.73 -12.4MLGS t PYT .76 3.5 ... 22.60 20.40 0 21.65 +3.4MLIdxPl33 IPB 1.51 5.6 ... 29.00 26.50 27.20 -1.8MesaRoyl MTR 1.46e 10.2 14 19.85 14.05 3 14.35 -22.2Mesab MSB 1.49e ... ... 30.92 20.20 59 27.45 +9.1Methode MEI .44 1.2 23 48.44 36.40 127 37.00 -7.7MetLife MET 1.68 3.5 10 55.91 43.09 4860 48.32 -4.4MetLfe pfA METpA 1.02 4.0 ... 25.80 23.50 13 25.25 +1.7MetroBkH n MCB ... ... ... 55.00 36.35 22 41.70 -1.0MettlerT MTD ... ... 42 697.26 540.24 146 610.01 -1.5MexcoEn MXC ... ... ...dd 14.49 3.00 399 5.71 +45.3MexEqt MXE 1.62e .1 ...q 13.05 9.50 69 12.15 +18.4MexEqt pf MXEp ... ... ... 15.11 MexicoFd MXF .68 4.2 ...q 17.66 14.03 40 16.01 +1.7MKors KORS ... ... 18 75.96 45.77 6512 66.71 +6.0MicrFoc n MFGP ... ... ... 36.21 12.67 264 17.82 -46.9MicrSol n MICR ... ... ... 3.96 2.88 1 3.57 +2.1MidAApt MAA 3.48 3.5 18 110.24 85.16 698 100.63 +.1MdAApt pfI MAApI 2.13 3.2 ... 67.80 61.56 0 65.58 -2.6MidsthBcp MSL .04 .3 ...cc 16.00 11.60 48 15.70 +18.5MidstPet MPO ... ... ... 19.04 8.59 91 9.00 -45.7Milacron n MCRN ... ... ... 22.62 15.90 290 21.12 +10.3MilestnSci MLSS ... ... ... 1.60 .64 12 .83 -29.7MHowHiInc HIE 1.39 11.0 ...q 14.17 10.93 48 12.63 +1.3MillerInds MLR .72 2.7 14 29.40 23.90 12 26.20 +1.6MinTech MTX .20 .3 16 80.80 64.45 102 68.45 -.6MissP pfD MPpD 1.31 5.2 ... 27.67 24.63 25.16 -1.9Mistras MG ... ... 33 23.83 17.78 70 21.32 -9.2MitsuUFJ MUFG ... ... ... 8.11 5.49 834 6.34 -12.8MiX Tele MIXT .22e ... ... 21.00 9.28 111 14.86 +16.5MizuhoFn MFG ... ... ... 4.00 3.28 240 3.60 -1.1MobileTele MBT .53e 6.2 ... 12.80 7.25 2226 8.53 -16.3Model N MODN ... ... ...dd 20.33 13.36 176 15.90 +1.0Modine MOD ... ... 11 25.75 14.90 292 15.90 -21.3Moelis&Co MC 1.88f 3.3 43 67.65 41.20 248 57.00 +17.5Mohawk MHK ... ... 14 286.85 177.00 936 182.96 -33.7sMolinaHlth MOH ... ... ...dd 153.83 58.66 1868 151.78 +97.9MolsCoor A TAP/A 1.64 2.4 7 88.00 58.93 1 67.50 -19.6MolsCoorB TAP 1.64 2.6 10 85.86 58.75 3090 62.48 -23.9MonRE MNR .68 4.1 26 18.45 13.87 295 16.44 -7.6MonRE pfB MNRpB 1.97 7.9 ... 25.03 MonRE pfC MNRpC 1.53 6.4 ... 25.44 22.82 10 23.98 -4.2Moodys MCO 1.76 1.0 38 187.98 136.82 794 175.55 +18.9Moog A MOG/A 1.00 1.2 21 93.93 71.56 81 83.26 -4.1Moog B MOG/B 1.00 1.2 21 91.71 72.60 83.25 -6.2MorgStan MS 1.20f 2.5 11 59.38 46.28 7916 48.56 -7.4MorgSt pfE MSpE 1.78 6.2 ... 29.64 27.88 18 28.62 -1.2MorgSt pfF MSpF 1.72 6.2 ... 29.40 27.21 12 27.88 -2.0MorgSt pfI MSpI 1.59 5.9 ... 28.69 26.51 839 26.94 -3.3MorgS pfG MSpG 1.66 6.4 ... 27.74 25.75 28 26.07 -2.4MorgSt pfK MSpK ... ... ... 27.72 25.54 80 25.76 -4.9MS Asia APF .14e .9 ...q 19.99 16.00 7 16.44 -10.7MS China CAF 13.33e ... ...q 27.79 20.15 60 21.17 -9.5MS CushHi MLPY 1.28e 19.1 ...q 8.00 6.09 6.71 -5.0MS EMD MSD .57e 6.5 ...q 10.27 8.55 86 8.77 -12.1MSEMDDbt EDD .80m 11.8 ...q 8.27 6.48 263 6.76 -12.2MSEmMkt MSF .05e .3 ...q 19.86 15.10 50 15.45 -13.6MS icb ICB .54a 2.9 ...q 19.79 17.93 18.59 +1.3tMS India IIF .04e ... ...q 35.14 24.50 45 23.97 -27.7MSJCP97 HJV 1.75 19.6 ... 14.85 8.61 8.95 -27.5MkVRMB CNY ... ... ...q 49.16 41.11 42.71 -.7MkVRupee INR .20p .5 ...q 45.42 37.63 0 38.48 -11.9MSDLEur URR ... ... ...q 21.49 16.65 17.31 -4.5MSDSEur DRR ... ... ...q 57.08 44.20 52.55 +8.5MorgSt pfA MSpA 1.01e 4.4 ... 23.95 21.49 42 22.94 +1.3MosaicAc n MOSC ... ... ... 9.90 9.49 1 9.72 +.2Mosaic MOS .10 .3 50 32.77 20.72 2124 31.99 +24.7sMotrlaSolu MSI 2.08 1.6 24 129.20 82.86 1358 128.96 +42.7Movado MOV .80 2.0 ...cc 53.73 26.09 141 40.05 +24.4Mueller MLI .40 1.4 21 37.57 25.26 190 28.74 -18.9MuellerWat MWA .20 1.7 33 12.99 9.59 547 11.96 -4.5MurphO MUR 1.00 3.1 ...cc 35.98 24.39 1359 32.75 +5.5MurphUSA MUSA ... ... 17 89.69 61.05 328 86.56 +7.7MyersInd MYE .54 2.2 50 25.70 17.70 340 25.00 +28.2Myomo n MYO ... ... ...dd 11.40 1.74 53 2.11 -43.7sMyovant n MYOV ... ... ...dd 27.01 11.30 27 26.47 +109.4N -NCI BldSy NCS ... ... 13 23.35 13.98 215 15.50 -19.7NCR Corp NCR ... ... 25 38.68 26.00 842 28.50 -16.2NGL EnPt NGL 1.56 14.2 ...dd 17.65 10.00 1280 11.00 -21.7NGL En pfB NGLpB 2.25 9.1 ... 25.56 23.10 31 24.80 +1.6NL Inds NL ... ... 5 16.05 6.35 24 6.45 -54.7LinkMotion LKM ... ... 20 4.68 1.58 2.20 -45.3NRG Egy NRG .12 .3 58 36.67 23.18 3208 36.09 +26.7NTN Buzz rs NTN ... ... ...dd 8.40 3.01 8 4.45 +5.7NVR NVR ... ... 17 3700.00 2558.27 40 2572.00 -26.7nVent El n NVT ... ... ... 29.84 21.00 649 29.37 +29.3Nabors NBR .24 3.9 ...dd 8.87 5.32 14334 6.22 -8.9NACCO NC .66 2.0 4 92.60 23.80 9 32.55 -13.5NamTai NTP .28 2.8 37 13.90 9.10 39 10.00 -20.3NanoViric NNVC ... ... ...dd 1.29 .25 88 .42 -52.0Nashville NASH .75e .7 ...q 29.66 25.34 29.00 +3.7NatBkHldg NBHC .56f 1.5 27 41.44 30.33 95 37.76 +16.4NatFuGas NFG 1.70f 3.0 17 59.90 48.31 412 56.13 +2.2NatGrid NGG 2.89e 5.6 ... 64.79 51.28 544 51.46 -12.5NtHlthInv NHI 4.00 5.4 19 81.60 62.71 269 74.25 -1.5NHltcre NHC 1.92f 2.6 28 78.88 57.00 39 74.66 +22.5NOilVarco NOV .20 .5 ...dd 49.08 31.47 3162 43.50 +20.8NatPresto NPK 1.00a .8 17 140.33 88.80 17 124.95 +25.6NatRetPrp NNN 2.00f 4.6 20 46.44 36.25 843 43.59 +1.1NRetP pfE NNNpE 1.43 5.9 ... 26.38 23.40 9 24.22 -5.3NtRetP pfF NNNpF 1.30 5.8 ... 25.58 21.97 11 22.58 -10.0NatlStor n NSA 1.16 4.5 83 32.28 23.10 252 25.70 -5.7NtStorAf pfA NSApA ... ... ... 26.30 23.57 3 24.85 -4.6NtWst pfC NWpC 1.94 7.6 ... 25.59 Nationstar NSM ... ... 7 20.71 16.04 18.27 -1.2NatxIntV n MVIN ... ... ... 47.10 43.04 44.80 +.5tNatGsSvcs NGS ... ... 61 29.55 20.85 60 20.80 -20.6NatrlGroc NGVC ... ... 43 19.98 4.79 103 16.90 +89.2NatRsPt rs NRP 1.80 5.9 9 37.70 23.75 36 30.45 +17.1tNatuzzi NTZ ... ... ... 2.53 1.41 24 1.43 -10.6Nautilus NLS ... ... 16 17.38 11.30 119 14.00 +4.9NavideaBio NAVB ... ... ...dd .68 .13 363 .25 -30.9NavigCons NCI .05p ... 21 25.85 15.23 151 23.34 +20.2NavigatrH NVGS ... ... ... 13.55 9.25 50 12.05 +22.3NaviosAcq NNA .08 14.4 ...dd 1.39 .46 145 .56 -49.9Navios pfG NMpG 2.19 18.8 ... 19.99 10.15 3 11.65 -28.1Navios NM ... ... ...dd 1.90 .68 302 .76 -36.4NavMH pfH NMpH 2.16 19.6 ... 18.89 10.09 1 11.01 -32.5NavMMid NAP 2.00f 68.7 ... 10.40 2.65 35 2.91 -69.4NaviosMar NMM .08 4.6 6 2.62 1.61 162 1.73 -26.7Navistar NAV ... ... 14 47.73 31.56 394 41.41 -3.4Navistr pfD NAVpD ... ... ... 26.60 14.88 24.58 +43.8NeenahP NP 1.64 1.8 32 96.15 75.50 86 90.85 +.2Nelnet NNI .64 1.1 12 64.00 48.30 38 57.64 +5.2NeoPhoton NPTN ... ... ...dd 9.27 4.56 224 7.81 +18.7Netshoes n NETS ... ... ... 14.00 1.84 6 2.38 -69.9Netw1Tch NTIP .10 3.4 9 4.60 2.25 17 2.90 +20.8NBCAInt NBW .74 5.9 ...q 14.44 12.42 8 12.51 -8.0NeuB HYld NHS .96 8.8 ...q 12.35 10.76 63 10.87 -7.6NBIntMu NBH .90 6.6 ...q 15.74 13.36 27 13.54 -8.5NB MLP NML 1.26 14.2 ...q 8.87 NBNYInt NBO .58 5.0 ...q 12.80 11.41 19 11.43 -6.0NBRESec NRO .36 7.3 ...q 5.70 4.29 647 4.96 -10.3NevGCas UWN ... ... 27 2.86 1.80 87 2.39 -10.5NevroCorp NVRO ... ... ...dd 94.34 35.41 325 58.90 -14.7Nevsun g NSU .04 .9 ...dd 4.50 1.98 382 4.45 +82.4NewAmHi HYB .78a 9.1 ...q 10.20 8.35 36 8.55 -9.0NewConcEn GBR ... ... 68 12.75 1.16 10270 3.39 +117.4NE Realty NEN 1.00 1.5 2 75.25 62.00 67.50 -8.0NwGold g NGD ... ... ...dd 4.03 .76 9376 .82 -75.0NewHome NWHM ... ... 10 13.55 8.31 59 8.81 -29.7tNwIreland IRL 2.15e 1.5 ...q 13.98 10.62 6 10.60 -15.4NJ Rscs s NJR 1.09 2.4 17 47.85 35.55 416 46.20 +14.9 NewMedia NEWM 1.48 9.5 28 19.10 14.22 282 15.64 -6.8NwMtnFin NMFC 1.36 10.0 10q 14.50 12.05 111 13.60 +.4NewOriEd EDU .40e ... 35 108.40 67.23 703 72.98 -22.4NewRelic NEWR ... ... ...dd 114.78 46.24 811 95.87 +66.0NewResid NRZ 2.00 11.0 6 18.75 15.24 3635 18.23 +2.0NewSenInv SNR .52m 9.1 10 9.33 5.58 757 5.73 -24.2NY&Co NWY ... ... 48 5.55 1.61 305 3.86 +35.0NY CmtyB NYCB .68 6.5 12 14.53 10.40 6648 10.53 -19.1NY Cmt pfA NYCBpA ... ... ... 29.30 26.12 15 26.87 -6.0NYCmty un NYCBpU 3.00 6.1 ... 56.99 48.75 1 49.40 -2.6NY REIT rs NYRT 4.85c ... ... 18.91 15.04 172 18.03 NY Times NYT .16 .7 ...cc 26.85 16.95 1544 23.00 +24.3tNewellRub NWL .92f 4.5 5 43.99 20.21 15805 20.45 -33.8NewdExp NFX ... ... 15 35.20 22.72 2765 29.77 -5.6NewMarket NEU 7.00 1.7 22 437.63 358.33 34 403.48 +1.5NewmtM NEM .56 1.8 23 42.04 29.16 8148 31.09 -17.1NewpkRes NR ... ... ...dd 11.65 7.45 559 10.05 +16.9NexGen g NXE ... ... ... 2.85 1.65 82 2.06 -19.5NexaRsc n NEXA ... ... 13 21.20 15.27 18.82 -4.0NexPtCr rs NHF 2.40m 10.9 ...q 25.64 21.91 139 22.00 -13.0NxPtRsT n NXRT 1.00 3.1 10 33.69 23.03 58 31.99 +14.5NxtEraLP NEP 1.57f 3.3 34 50.66 36.42 137 47.87 +11.0NextEra 72 NEEpI 1.28 5.3 ... 25.70 23.17 15 24.11 -3.4NextEra 73 NEEpJ 1.25 5.2 ... 25.45 22.88 11 24.19 -3.1NextEra76 NEEpK ... ... ... 25.98 23.62 27 24.38 -4.6NxtEra pfQ NEEpQ 3.19 4.2 ... 78.13 65.79 75.60 +8.7NextEraEn NEE 4.44 2.6 12 175.65 144.70 2244 168.81 +8.1NxtEra pfR NEEpR ... ... ... 60.42 53.67 93 57.64 +2.6NiSource s NI .78 3.1 32 28.11 22.44 3344 25.29 -1.5NiaM pfB NMKpB 3.60 3.8 ... 104.75 93.00 94.00 -2.2NiaM pfC NMKpC 3.90 4.0 ... 107.80 94.03 96.50 -2.6Nielsen plc NLSN 1.40f 5.2 16 42.16 20.53 2700 27.15 -25.4NikeB s NKE .80 .9 73 86.04 50.35 8751 84.27 +34.7NoahHldgs NOAH ... ... 23 69.56 29.93 246 40.91 -11.6NobilisH n HLTH ... ... ... 1.70 .62 316 1.01 -25.2sNobleCorp NE .08 1.1 ...dd 7.06 3.39 7109 7.09 +56.9NobleEngy NBL .44 1.4 31 37.76 24.29 3708 30.91 +6.1tNobleMid n NBLX 1.91e ... 9 57.98 35.66 710 34.21 -31.6NokiaCp NOK .19e 3.4 ... 6.41 4.51 5929 5.55 +19.1NomadF n NOMD ... ... ... 21.15 14.33 770 20.41 +20.7Nomura NMR ... ... ... 6.83 4.43 163 4.97 -14.6Norbord n OSB 1.29 3.7 ... 45.45 32.22 206 34.62 +2.4NordicAOff NAO .18 18.2 ... 1.55 .71 26 .99 -17.4NordicAm NAT .23e 10.6 ...dd 5.84 1.82 524 2.17 -11.8Nordstrm JWN 1.48a 2.5 23 66.34 37.79 1702 59.99 +26.6NorkSo NSC 3.20f 1.8 28 186.91 125.59 1661 182.51 +26.0NortelInv NTL .64e 1.3 ... 51.97 36.25 50.99 NoAmEn g NOA .08 ... ... 6.20 3.85 5.81 +17.4NEurO NRT .78e 10.1 9 9.40 6.21 9 7.70 +10.6NoWestCp NWE 2.20 3.8 16 64.47 50.01 281 58.61 -1.8NDynMn g NAK ... ... ... 2.34 .43 446 .55 -69.0sNthnO&G NOG ... ... 48 3.80 .63 6848 3.82 +86.3NorthropG NOC 4.80 1.6 32 360.88 278.88 799 306.11 -.3NStREur n NRE .60 4.7 ... 14.81 10.08 198 12.87 -4.2NwstNG NWN 1.88 2.7 ...dd 70.33 51.50 169 68.70 +15.2NorwCruis NCLH ... ... 18 61.18 46.16 1697 56.94 +6.9NovaBay rs NBY ... ... ...dd 4.80 1.25 90 2.20 -42.9NovaGld g NG ... ... ...dd 5.05 3.35 1148 3.82 -2.8Novartis NVS 2.75e 3.2 17 94.19 72.30 1800 85.29 +1.6NovoNord NVO .96e 2.0 ... 58.37 44.28 1238 47.97 -10.6NOW Inc DNOW ... ... ...dd 18.56 9.12 873 16.86 +52.9NuSkin NUS 1.47 1.7 41 88.68 59.31 269 85.46 +25.3Nucor NUE 1.52 2.4 12 70.48 53.42 1362 63.69 +.2Nush EnhYl NUAG ... ... ... 24.77 23.33 28 23.35 -4.4Nush 1-5yr NUSA ... ... ... 25.09 24.21 3 24.25 -2.1NushLCGr NULG ... ... ... 37.27 29.25 20 37.19 +19.2sNushLCVal NULV ... ... ... 30.90 27.13 2 30.59 +7.0NushMCGr NUMG ... ... ... 34.55 27.44 3 34.17 +16.4NushMCVal NUMV ... ... ... 29.85 26.45 1 28.96 +2.7NushSmCap NUSC ... ... ... 32.44 27.00 8 31.72 +11.5NushShTrm NURE ... ... ... 28.13 23.57 27.90 +5.9NushEsg ef NUDM ... ... ... 27.24 Nus AgBd n NUBD ... ... ... 25.90 23.98 1 24.05 -3.6NushEs ef NUEM ... ... ... 30.00 NustarEn NS 2.40m 8.9 24 41.65 19.22 832 27.00 -9.8NustEn pfA NSpA 2.13 8.9 ... 27.03 21.53 17 23.89 -3.9Nustar pfB NSpB 1.91 8.7 ... 25.75 20.00 11 21.89 -3.4Nustar pfC NSpC ... ... ... 26.43 22.31 22 24.35 -6.2Nustar 43 NSS 1.91 7.4 ... 26.05 24.55 30 25.80 +3.2Nutrien n NTR 1.60 2.8 ... 58.81 40.41 836 56.89 +9.6NuvNYVl2 n NYV ... ... ... 14.99 13.22 10 13.37 -6.7NuvCr22 n JCO ... ... ... 10.10 9.26 28 9.59 +1.1Nuv Mun21 NHA ... ... ... 10.20 9.29 6 9.39 -.5NuvHiInO n NMZ ... ... ... 13.91 12.28 137 12.48 -8.3tNuv Pf22 n JPT ... ... ... 27.14 22.89 25 22.74 -9.5Nuv 11-21 n JHB ... ... ... 10.15 9.42 78 9.59 -3.7NuvCA V2 n NCB ... ... ... 18.10 15.05 2 15.49 -8.9NvHiInDc19 JHD ... ... ... 10.16 9.72 80 9.87 -1.5Nuv RE In JRS ... ... ... 11.30 9.39 90 9.80 -13.0NuvMO Pr NOM ... ... ... 17.58 12.22 3 12.28 -12.0NuvAllCEn JMLP 1.37 17.6 ...q 9.62 6.79 59 7.78 -9.1NuvAZ NAZ .80 6.8 ...q 14.75 11.71 14 11.77 -16.8NuvBldAm NBB 1.34 6.6 ...q 22.13 19.95 49 20.28 -7.7NBldAmOp NBD 1.30 6.0 ...q 23.08 21.52 15 21.74 -5.7tNCaAMTFr NKX .86 6.7 ...q 15.91 12.84 204 12.82 -16.6tNCADvA NAC .91 7.1 ...q 15.16 12.93 818 12.91 -9.8NCalMunV NCA .47 5.0 ...q 10.70 9.16 29 9.39 -7.9NuvCASel NXC .63a 4.6 ...q 17.17 13.51 8 13.79 -7.5NCTDv2 pfC NGKpC .26 2.6 ... 10.02 NCTPI NTC .68a 6.0 ...q 12.25 11.25 17 11.39 -4.4NuvCorEqA JCE 1.21a 7.8 ...q 16.49 13.95 43 15.59 +6.8NvCredStr JQC .62 7.8 ...q 8.54 7.83 192 7.94 -3.4NvDvrsDiv JDD 1.04 9.5 ...q 12.97 10.84 59 10.93 -11.1tNuvDivA NAD .85a 6.7 ...q 14.29 12.75 495 12.75 -9.3NuvEnhM NZF .83a 6.4 ...q 12.89 -4.7NvDow30DO DIAX 1.06 5.4 ...q 20.00 16.64 64 19.48 +3.4NuEnMLP JMF 1.35 12.5 ...p 12.97 9.65 223 10.78 -5.4NEnhMuV NEV .96a 7.3 ...q 14.91 13.05 70 13.12 -7.6NuvFloat JFR .72 7.0 ...q 11.80 10.18 123 10.34 -7.8NuvFltOp JRO .76a 7.4 ...q 11.87 10.07 184 10.16 -10.9NvGADiv2 NKG .64a 5.9 ...q 13.55 10.94 8 10.95 -12.9NuvGblHIn JGH 1.58 10.0 ... 17.45 15.22 29 15.75 -6.9NuvHi2020 JHY .68 6.9 ...q 10.50 9.67 36 9.79 -1.2NuvHIDec18 JHA ... ... ...q 10.05 9.67 47 9.84 -.7NuvEnhMu NVG ... ... ... 15.70 14.06 270 14.60 -5.4tNNYAmtF NRK .70 5.9 ...q 13.29 11.80 378 11.80 -9.0tNuvAmtFr NEA .75a 6.0 ...q 13.93 12.68 511 12.59 -8.4NuvIntMu NID .68 5.5 ...q 13.52 12.10 124 12.40 -4.5NvIntQMu NIQ .57 4.6 ...q 13.45 12.21 21 12.34 -4.1tNMDPI NMY .67a 5.6 ...q 13.01 11.81 31 11.81 -6.1tNvMAP NMT .71a 6.0 ...q 14.73 11.87 14 11.87 -16.8NMIQI NUM .74 6.0 ...q 13.84 12.34 36 12.36 -6.8tNuvMNMu NMS .80 6.2 ...q 15.47 12.95 23 12.87 -12.5NuvMtgOp JLS 1.52 6.4 ...q 26.33 23.10 15 23.86 -3.3NuMtgOp2 JMT 1.53 6.6 ...q 25.40 22.21 3 23.12 -2.6NuvMultM JMM .48 6.8 ...q 7.77 6.60 9 7.01 -8.0tNvMuI NMI .50a 4.8 ...q 13.27 10.29 21 10.27 -11.2NuvMuVal NUV .39a 4.2 ...q 10.37 9.32 355 9.39 -7.3tNv AMT-Fr NUW .78a 5.2 ...q 18.59 14.84 76 14.86 -13.9tNuvNJDiv NXJ .82a 6.4 ...q 13.91 12.80 83 12.81 -6.5NuvNJMV NJV .59a 4.2 ...q 15.34 14.75 13.94 -3.1tNNYDvA NAN .80a 6.6 ...q 14.27 12.24 123 12.19 -11.9NNYMV NNY .39a 4.2 ...q 10.65 9.03 42 9.22 -2.9NuvNYSel NXN .55 4.4 ...q 14.30 12.58 2 12.65 -7.2NNCPI NNC .59a 4.9 ...q 13.47 12.01 42 12.06 -6.5NOHQI NUO .80 5.9 ...q 15.25 13.45 31 13.49 -7.9NvPA NQP .81a 6.5 ...q 13.71 12.34 49 12.42 -5.6NuvPaMV NPN .62a 4.3 ...q 15.84 15.01 14.61 -2.5tNuvPf&Inc JPI 1.95a 8.6 ...q 25.61 22.72 44 22.75 -8.1NvPfdInco JPC .80 8.7 ...q 10.69 9.19 249 9.21 -10.9NuvQPf2 JPS .70 8.1 ...q 10.47 8.66 495 8.68 -14.9NuvREAst JRI 1.49a 9.2 ...q 18.25 15.75 76 16.21 -8.9NuvEqtP BXMX 1.00 6.9 ...q 14.57 13.00 140 14.37 +.8NEqPrmG SPXX 1.04 6.2 ...q 19.88 15.41 48 16.82 -2.8NvSMM NIM .31a 3.3 ...q 10.47 9.49 30 9.52 -4.4tNSTFI NXP .55a 4.0 ...q 15.16 13.85 44 13.86 -5.2NSTFI2 NXQ .53a 4.0 ...q 14.33 13.24 20 13.26 -4.9NSTFI3 NXR .55a 3.9 ...q 15.69 14.04 38 14.22 -6.4NuvSnIn NSL .42 6.8 ...q 6.83 6.05 102 6.14 -5.7NuShDCrd JSD 1.16a 6.9 ...q 17.75 16.45 48 16.80 +1.0Nv TA Div JTD 1.23 7.0 ...q 18.44 15.87 19 17.71 +.7NvTxATR JTA 1.04 7.6 ...q 14.69 12.57 36 13.63 -2.3tNTXQI NTX .65 5.3 ...q 14.89 12.37 21 12.43 -13.3tNVAPI NPV .65a 5.5 ...q 13.29 11.79 49 11.82 -7.8NuverEnv n NES ... ... ...dd 26.50 8.80 2 9.60 -47.2O -OCI Ptrs OCIP .70e 6.1 33 11.60 6.76 11.45 +42.2OFG Bncp OFG .24 1.5 12 17.75 7.80 301 16.20 +72.3OFG pfA OFGpA 1.78 7.1 ... 25.06 21.39 1 24.98 +3.6OFG pfB OFGpB 1.75 7.1 ... 24.82 20.77 5 24.60 +11.5OFG pfD OFGpD 1.78 7.1 ... 25.72 21.29 25.19 +12.2OGE Engy OGE 1.33 3.6 19 37.74 29.59 1010 36.52 +11.0OM AsstM OMAM .32 2.1 16 18.62 13.90 15.35 -8.4ONEGas OGS 1.84 2.2 24 83.12 62.20 478 82.05 +12.0OaktreeC OAK 3.59e 8.6 12 48.05 38.65 136 41.70 -1.0OasisMid n OMP 1.64f 7.6 48 24.21 15.57 51 21.57 +23.7OasisPet OAS ... ... ...dd 13.90 7.31 9446 13.66 +62.4Obsidian g OBE ... ... ... 1.44 .85 1345 .00 -19.5OcciPet OXY 3.12f 3.9 62 87.67 62.47 4701 80.75 +9.6Oceaneerg OII .60 2.2 ...cc 28.62 17.11 1456 27.73 +31.2Och-Ziff OZM .87e 54.0 18 3.95 1.53 236 1.61 -35.6OcwenFn OCN ... ... ...dd 4.84 2.95 944 3.86 +23.3Oi SA C OIBR/C ... ... ... 9.71 2.37 324 2.64 -53.1OilStates OIS ... ... ...dd 38.95 20.23 532 32.25 +14.0Oil-Dri ODC .96f 2.6 41 50.82 35.42 8 37.64 -9.3OldRepub ORI .78 3.5 19 23.05 19.33 2050 22.58 +5.6tOlin OLN .80 2.9 8 38.84 27.17 1888 27.60 -22.4Om Asst 31 OMAA 1.28 5.3 ... 25.09 22.66 24.13 -3.2OmegaHlt OHI 2.64 8.2 12 33.51 24.90 1423 32.09 +16.5Omnicom OMC 2.40 3.4 14 83.34 65.32 2127 70.17 -3.7Omnova OMN ... ... ...dd 11.90 8.30 77 9.95 -.5OnAssign ASGN ... ... 33 86.13 51.18 81.88 +27.4OnDeckCap ONDK ... ... ...dd 9.41 4.11 525 7.12 +24.0OncoCyte n OCX ... ... ... 7.64 1.10 17 2.45 -47.3OneLibrty OLP 1.80 6.5 17 29.44 21.02 56 27.81 +7.3OneSmart n ONE ... ... ... 16.00 7.53 115 8.96 -17.9OneMain OMF ... ... 17 37.29 23.70 509 34.93 +34.4ONEOK OKE 3.30f 4.9 50 71.99 49.65 3347 67.87 +27.0Ooma n OOMA ... ... ... 17.50 9.00 61 16.45 +37.7OppLgCap RWL .72e 1.3 ...q 55.32 47.40 34 54.74 +6.5Opp RUT n OMFS ... ... ... 28.76 24.71 1 28.24 +8.2OppMidCap RWK .59e .7 ...q 65.13 55.90 11 63.95 +5.3OppSmCap RWJ .59e .8 ...q 79.48 64.38 35 76.38 +9.3OppUltDiv RDIV 1.15e 2.9 ...q 39.93 33.68 177 39.20 +7.1OpR1000V n OVLU ... ... ... 27.53 25.07 27.36 +2.8OpR1000L n OVOL ... ... ... 27.27 24.80 27.27 +5.1OpR1000S n OSIZ ... ... ... 28.52 25.05 28.40 +8.2OpR1000Y n OYLD ... ... ... 26.63 24.36 26.61 +1.6Op R1000D n OMFL ... ... ... 29.21 24.74 0 29.05 +11.3OpIntRev n REFA ... ... ... 30.89 25.60 1 26.99 -3.1OpGlbRv n RGLB ... ... ... 30.09 26.33 27.00 -3.2Opp Rev n ESGL ... ... ... 33.09 29.08 0 32.79 +5.5OppGlRv n ESGF ... ... ... 33.63 29.31 3 30.96 -1.4OppenFin RWW .58e .8 ...q 74.63 62.98 2 69.67 +1.0OpEMRev n REEM ... ... ... 30.65 24.58 25.82 -7.1OppenHldg OPY .44 1.4 ...dd 34.15 16.63 59 31.30 +16.8Oracle ORCL .76 1.5 55 53.48 42.57 23779 51.24 +8.4Oragenics rs OGEN ... ... ... 5.70 .60 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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Orange ORAN .41e 2.5 ... 18.57 15.67 245 16.09 -7.5OrchidIsl ORC 1.08e 14.5 39 10.47 6.77 324 7.47 -19.5OrchidsPP TIS 1.40 37.2 6 15.74 .70 39 3.76 -70.6OrionECarb OEC .72 ... 70 36.55 21.80 326 32.10 +25.4OrionGpHl ORN ... ... ...dd 9.83 5.84 72 7.51 -4.1Orix IX ... ... ... 100.03 77.11 12 83.88 -1.1OrmatTc ORA .49 .9 50 70.68 45.79 174 55.21 -13.7OshRusS n OUSM ... ... ... 29.16 24.89 33 28.70 +6.1OshIntQ n ONTL ... ... ... 29.06 25.73 2 26.77 -3.1OshkoshCp OSK .96 1.3 17 100.26 66.77 642 73.80 -18.8OsiskoGl n OR .20 ... ... 13.35 7.29 938 7.63 -34.0OutfrontM OUT 1.44 7.3 17 25.30 17.75 942 19.70 -15.1OversSh wi OSG/WI ... ... ... 2.75 OverSh rs OSG ... ... ... 4.16 1.67 554 3.26 +19.0OwensMin OMI 1.04 6.2 11 29.85 14.07 733 16.82 -10.9OwensCorn OC .84 1.5 17 96.52 55.39 1528 56.25 -38.8OwensIll OI ... ... 23 25.90 16.22 1130 19.68 -11.2OwensRM ORM .80 4.7 12 18.72 13.71 21 16.92 +5.7OxfordInds OXM 1.36 1.5 20 97.19 59.91 104 87.91 +16.9P-QPBF Engy PBF 1.20 2.5 15 53.72 25.81 1541 48.78 +37.6PBF Logist PBFX 1.96f 8.8 12 22.70 17.75 99 22.20 +6.0PCM Fund PCM .96 8.4 ...q 12.13 10.15 18 11.48 -.8PG&E Cp PCG 2.12f 4.6 7 69.67 37.30 4416 46.28 +3.2PGT Inc PGTI ... ... 28 26.40 13.05 838 22.05 +30.9PHH Corp PHH ... ... ...dd 14.32 8.01 157 10.86 +5.4PIMCO1-3Tr TUZ .34a .7 ...q 50.69 49.82 3 49.83 -.9Pimc1-5Tip STPZ .53e 1.0 ...q 52.50 51.20 41 51.24 -1.4Pim15TIPS LTPZ .42e .6 ...q 69.37 64.33 7 64.88 -6.3PimBrdTIPS TIPZ .80e 1.4 ...q 58.29 56.52 2 56.57 -2.9PimLwDur LDUR 2.82e 2.0 ...q 101.42 99.25 12 99.58 -.8PimcoTR BOND 6.13e 6.0 ...q 107.13 101.92 89 102.31 -3.5Pim0-5HYCp HYS 5.21e 5.2 ...q 101.76 97.52 559 100.53 PimIGBd CORP 3.12a 3.1 ...q 106.04 97.04 30 100.32 -5.1PimShMat MINT .82e .8 ...q 101.87 101.35 945 101.58 PimIntMu MUNI 1.26 2.4 ...q 54.15 52.31 12 52.40 -2.3PimSTMun SMMU .47e .9 ...q 50.71 49.49 9 49.63 -.5Pim25yrZro ZROZ 3.07e 2.8 ...q 124.10 106.57 5 108.51 -10.6PJT Part n PJT .20 .4 ...dd 61.18 35.53 88 53.30 +16.9PLDT Inc PHI 1.60e 6.2 ... 34.38 21.58 107 25.66 -14.7PNC pfP PNCpP 1.65 6.1 ... 29.33 26.65 47 27.12 -4.2PNC pfQ PNCpQ 1.34 5.4 ... 25.78 24.15 19 24.79 -2.2PNC PNC 3.80f 2.7 12 163.59 130.46 1936 141.26 -2.1PNC wt PNC/WS ... ... ... 89.25 62.65 88.25 +13.5PNM Res PNM 1.06 2.7 19 46.00 33.75 262 39.30 -2.8POSCO PKX ... ... ... 93.12 63.79 126 67.05 -14.2PPDAI n PPDF ... ... ... 13.68 3.82 1506 5.99 -15.8PPG s PPG 1.92f 1.7 20 122.07 100.36 2394 112.69 -3.5PPG wd PPG/WD ... ... ... 138.47 PPL Cap 73 PPX 1.48 5.8 ... 25.76 24.40 3 25.23 -1.4PPL Corp PPL 1.64 5.6 13 38.88 25.30 3154 29.19 -5.7PQ GrpH n PQG ... ... 36 18.69 12.88 184 17.78 +8.1PS BusPk PSB 4.20f 3.3 26 137.45 107.91 64 126.76 +1.3PSBPk pfU PSBpU 1.44 5.8 ... 25.99 24.36 11 24.74 -2.0PSBPk pfV PSBpV 1.42 5.8 ... 26.08 24.06 3 24.55 -3.0PS BusP pfY PSBpY ... ... ... 24.78 22.04 22 22.38 -9.0PS BusP pfX PSBpX 1.31 5.7 ... 25.50 22.32 12 22.86 -9.5PS BsPk pfW PSBpW ... ... ... 25.77 22.23 6 22.89 -9.3PVH Corp PVH .15 .1 16 169.22 120.91 1373 140.50 +2.4PcrTrnd750 PTLC ... ... ...q 31.87 26.80 263 31.54 +10.2PcrTrnd450 PTMC ... ... ...q 33.96 29.04 82 33.54 +7.8PcrTrnd100 PTNQ ... ... ...q 36.43 27.63 63 35.76 +18.2PacrCash n GCOW ... ... ... 34.59 29.77 10 31.52 +.1PacrTrendp PTEU ... ... ... 33.39 26.51 32 27.01 -12.0Pacr Wlth n PWS ... ... ... 27.67 23.99 4 26.80 +6.2Pac Cash n CALF ... ... ... 32.73 23.90 6 29.05 +11.3PacDvCsh n ICOW ... ... ... 31.03 26.38 1 27.84 -5.1PacCashCow COWZ ... ... ... 28.80 PacifCstOil ROYT .15e 5.4 7 2.76 1.42 291 2.70 +39.2PacDrill rs PACD ... ... ...dd .38 PacGE pfA PCGpA 1.50 5.9 ... 32.12 21.19 0 25.49 -9.6PacGE pfB PCGpB 1.37 5.7 ... 29.83 20.49 2 24.11 -6.7PacGE pfC PCGpC 1.25 5.6 ... 27.75 19.75 0 22.39 -8.9PacGE pfD PCGpD 1.25 5.8 ... 26.73 19.31 1 21.71 -10.1PacGE pfE PCGpE 1.25 5.7 ... 29.48 19.60 4 21.83 -11.5PacGE pfG PCGpG 1.20 5.4 ... 27.10 18.54 1 22.04 -10.3PacGE pfH PCGpH 1.12 5.4 ... 29.54 17.36 21.00 -9.0PacGE pfI PCGpI 1.09 5.0 ... 25.90 17.25 21.95 -2.7Pacif pf PPWp 5.00 5.0 ... 100.26 PackAmer PKG 3.16 2.7 18 131.13 107.39 972 115.89 -3.9Pagsegur n PAGS ... ... ... 39.97 24.57 1414 28.20 -11.0PalatinTch PTN ... ... ... 1.59 .59 602 1.01 +17.6PaloAltNet PANW ... ... ...dd 239.50 135.85 1194 230.66 +59.1PampaEng PAM ... ... ... 72.98 24.93 612 35.80 -46.8Pandora P ... ... ...dd 10.07 4.09 73159 8.98 +86.3PanhO&G PHX .16 .8 ...cc 25.30 17.65 20 19.35 -5.8ParPetr rt PARR/r ... ... ... .06 ParPetrol PARR ... ... 34 21.94 16.42 17.87 -7.3ParTech PAR ... ... 77 26.40 7.31 135 22.41 +139.7ParaGold n PZG ... ... 4 1.71 1.01 29 1.09 -16.2ParamtGp PGRE .40 2.6 ... 16.61 13.70 1160 15.19 -4.2Paretem rs TEUM ... ... ...dd 3.59 .54 3432 2.97 +43.5ParkEl PKE .40 2.0 16 24.16 15.78 39 19.82 +16.3ParkHot n PK 2.20f 6.8 ... 34.27 23.91 1717 32.47 +12.9ParkNatl PRK 3.84 3.6 16 119.00 97.70 30 106.25 +2.2ParkDrl rs PKD ... ... ... 21.60 2.96 204 3.60 ParkerHan PH 3.04 1.6 23 212.80 152.47 1531 189.64 -5.0ParsleyEn PE ... ... 34 33.43 21.12 4915 29.66 +.7PartRe pfF PREpF 1.47 5.9 ... 25.97 24.68 4 24.97 -2.4PartRe pfG PREpG 1.63 6.2 ... 27.44 25.81 3 26.00 -3.1PartRe pfH PREpH 1.81 6.7 ... 29.54 26.81 8 27.02 -5.8PartRe pfI PREpI 1.47 5.9 ... 27.08 24.91 5 25.06 -4.6PartyCity n PRTY ... ... 12 16.95 9.50 1304 13.65 -2.2PaycomSft PAYC ... ... ...cc 164.08 73.02 501 154.97 +92.9PeabodyE n BTU .60 1.4 ... 47.84 28.08 737 42.12 +7.0PeabEn pfA BTUp 2.13 ... ... Pearson PSO .80e 6.9 ... 12.73 7.75 191 11.58 +17.9Pebblebrk PEB 1.52 4.2 21 41.65 32.73 1295 36.42 -2.0Pebble pfC PEBpC 1.63 6.4 ... 26.05 23.93 0 25.20 -.3Pebbleb pfD PEBpD 2.09 8.3 ... 26.21 24.11 25.30 -1.8Pedevco rs PED ... ... ... 4.44 .26 2311 2.80 +775.0Pembina g PBA 1.56 ... 26 36.99 29.28 461 34.22 -5.4Penney JCP ... ... 33 4.75 1.60 11549 1.96 -38.0PennaRE PEI .84 8.9 13 12.52 8.86 977 9.43 -20.7PenRE pfB PEIpB 1.84 7.7 ... 25.57 20.21 2 23.98 -4.8PenRE pfC PEIpC 1.80 7.7 ... 26.63 19.44 4 23.23 -10.3PenRE pfD PEIpD 1.72 7.7 ... 25.83 19.01 6 22.28 -11.3PennyMFn PFSI .47p ... 8 25.20 17.50 85 21.05 -5.8PennyMac PMT 1.88 9.4 21 20.41 14.87 218 20.06 +24.8Penny pfA PMTpA 2.03 8.1 ... 25.80 23.11 4 25.07 -.6PennyM pfB PMTpB ... ... ... 25.45 23.68 6 24.88 -1.2Penske PAG 1.40f 2.8 12 54.83 41.74 417 49.58 +3.6Pentair PNR .70 1.6 13 74.84 41.00 925 43.84 -37.9Penumbra n PEN ... ... ...cc 167.35 82.55 171 151.90 +61.4PerfFood n PFGC ... ... 22 39.45 26.35 1092 34.20 +3.3PerkElm PKI .28 .3 37 97.52 67.51 405 96.29 +31.7PermRck n PRT ... ... ... 16.69 11.75 60 13.11 -15.4Prmian PBT .65e 7.8 23 10.30 8.20 57 8.30 -6.4PermvRoy PVL 1.45e 40.3 10 4.41 2.54 88 3.60 +14.3Perrigo PRGO .76 1.0 ...dd 95.93 67.53 956 72.43 -16.9Perspecta n PRSP ... ... ... 26.02 19.84 472 25.51 +3.9PetChina PTR .70e .9 ... 85.02 61.87 76 77.90 +11.4PetrbrsA PBR/A ... ... ... 14.98 7.55 4681 9.77 -.6Petrobras PBR ... ... ... 17.20 9.02 20202 11.39 +10.7Pfenex PFNX ... ... ...dd 8.42 2.07 83 4.97 +86.8sPzer PFE 1.36 3.1 18 44.20 33.20 17095 43.93 +21.3Pzer wd PFE/WD ... ... ... 28.25 PhlpsSelEn DSE 1.26 21.2 ... 7.18 4.89 179 5.93 +1.4PhilaEn n PESC ... ... ... PhilipMor PM 4.56 5.6 20 115.28 76.21 7662 81.61 -22.8PhilipsNV PHG .88e 1.9 ... 46.27 35.47 490 45.68 +20.8Phillips66 PSX 3.20f 2.8 26 123.97 89.14 2639 113.46 +12.2Phill66LP PSXP 3.01f 5.9 19 56.48 44.40 131 51.03 -2.5PhoenixCo n PFX ... ... ... PhxNMda FENG ... ... ...cc 8.14 3.82 212 4.10 -36.8PhysRltTr DOC .92 5.5 44 19.03 14.13 1138 16.64 -6.3PiedmOfc PDM .84 4.4 9 20.57 16.69 744 18.90 -3.6Pier 1 PIR .28 19.0 ...dd 5.92 1.36 2126 1.47 -64.5PimUS Eq n MFUS ... ... ... 30.14 25.55 2 30.03 +8.8Pim IntEq n MFDX ... ... ... 28.41 24.89 3 26.07 -2.5PimEmMkt MFEM ... ... ... 28.32 23.02 5 24.08 -8.0PimcoCA PCQ .92 5.7 ...q 17.89 14.43 64 16.12 -6.7PimcoCA2 PCK .65 7.8 ...q 10.29 8.01 101 8.26 -18.7PimcCA3 PZC .72 7.1 ...q 11.06 9.55 25 10.11 -3.2PimcoCp&I PCN 1.35 7.3 ...q 19.25 16.03 121 18.47 +7.4PimCpOp PTY 1.56a 8.8 ...q 18.93 15.86 223 17.75 +7.8PimDyCrd PCI 1.97 8.1 ...q 24.48 21.61 496 24.28 +8.2PimDyInco PDI 2.65a 8.0 ...q 33.65 28.84 150 33.32 +10.9PimcIncStr PFL 1.08 9.0 ...q 12.54 11.15 25 11.97 +2.5PimIncStr2 PFN .96 9.1 ...q 10.89 10.00 139 10.56 +1.2PimStPls PGP 2.20 15.4 ...q 17.09 12.37 42 14.25 -7.3PimcoHiI PHK 1.24 15.1 ...q 9.04 7.19 1180 8.20 +9.9PimIncOpp PKO 2.28a 8.3 ...q 27.98 24.50 55 27.37 +5.6PimcoMuni PMF .98 7.6 ...q 13.97 12.29 43 12.88 -.9PimcoMu2 PML .78 6.0 ...q 13.56 11.80 125 12.97 -1.6PimcMu3 PMX .75 6.6 ...q 11.97 10.76 50 11.40 -1.6PimcoNY PNF .68 5.9 ...q 13.35 11.26 27 11.46 -10.3PimcoNY2 PNI .80 6.9 ...q 12.51 10.40 7 11.49 -4.3PimcNY3 PYN .63 6.6 ...q 10.25 8.50 13 9.54 -3.8PimcoStrIn RCS .96 10.1 ...q 10.31 8.62 114 9.47 +3.2PinnaclFds PF 1.30 2.0 13 70.51 52.25 1130 66.57 +11.9PinWst PNW 2.78 3.5 18 92.42 73.41 950 79.37 -6.8PionDvrsHi HNW 1.38 9.5 ...q 16.57 14.25 18 14.55 -7.6PionEnSvc PES ... ... ...dd 6.35 1.70 827 3.45 +13.1PionFltRt PHD .72 6.5 ...q 12.22 10.91 30 11.03 -3.8PionHiIn PHT 1.14 12.4 ...q 10.12 9.14 52 9.19 -5.4PioMuAdv MAV .84 7.8 ...q 11.72 10.50 57 10.78 -5.2PioMunHi MHI .84 7.5 ...q 12.22 11.10 69 11.20 -5.5PioNtrl PXD .32 .2 ...cc 213.40 140.31 1685 174.85 +1.2PiperJaf PJC 1.50f 1.9 13 99.80 56.35 49 77.00 -10.7PitnyBw PBI .75 10.2 5 14.80 6.88 1779 7.33 -34.4PitnyBw 43 PBIpB 1.67 7.1 ... 25.75 21.46 22 23.50 -3.6PivotSft n PVTL ... ... ... 31.24 15.11 879 19.47 +23.8PlainsAAP PAA 1.95 8.1 38 27.70 18.38 2357 24.21 +17.3PlainsGP rs PAGP 1.70 ... 46 27.00 18.98 1700 23.51 +7.1PlanetFit n PLNT ... ... 2 53.41 25.55 957 50.15 +44.8Plantron PLT .60 1.0 20 82.28 43.11 716 60.69 +20.5PlatfmSpc PAH ... ... 17 13.54 9.09 2081 12.71 +28.1PlatGpM rs PLG ... ... 1 .58 .08 2150 .19 -38.8PlayAGS n AGS ... ... ... 32.80 16.66 251 29.14 +57.5PlymInd n PLYM 1.50 9.4 ...dd 18.98 14.37 36 15.91 -13.9PlymInd pfA PLYMpA 1.88 7.5 ... 26.07 23.68 0 25.05 -.4PolarStarR PSRT ... ... ... Polaris PII 2.40 2.3 28 137.66 101.06 504 104.76 -15.5PolyMet g PLM ... ... ...dd 1.36 .58 153 .91 +5.2PolyOne POL .70 1.6 20 47.48 38.76 311 44.47 +2.2PortGE POR 1.45 3.2 22 50.11 39.02 437 45.57 sPostHldg POST ... ... 26 101.17 70.66 1270 100.19 +26.5PowrREIT PW ... ... ...dd 6.92 5.50 2 5.97 -3.1PwREIT pfA PWpA ... ... ... 26.55 25.02 26.40 +3.1PS AlphaQ PQY ... ... ...q PSActUSRE PSR 2.33e 1.9 ...q 83.71 72.60 79.16 -3.5PS SPXDn PHDG .41e 1.3 ... 34.48 26.00 28.30 +3.7PS GrMult PSMG ... ... ... 14.48 13.34 14.00 +1.3PS BalMul PSMB ... ... ... 13.94 13.01 13.48 +.1PS ModCon PSMM ... ... ... 14.45 12.79 13.16 +.3PS Consrv PSMC ... ... ... 12.98 12.60 12.75 -.8tPSCrudeDS DTO ... ... ...q 129.50 50.70 10 51.21 -42.3PwSBMetS BOS ... ... ...q 22.02 13.07 22.02 +11.2PSBMetDL BDD ... ... ...q 11.60 6.52 0 7.45 -29.2 PSBMetDS BOM ... ... ...q 12.41 4.24 10.00 +34.8sPSCrudeLg OLO ... ... ...q 6.60 4.20 2 6.74 +32.3PSCrudeSh SZO ... ... ...q 90.00 44.71 60.01 -21.7PwshDB DBC ... ... ...q 18.47 15.18 17.91 +7.8PwShCurH DBV ... ... ...q 24.63 21.17 24.43 +3.0PS Engy DBE ... ... ...q 17.40 12.53 16.57 +14.0PS PrcMet DBP ... ... ...q 40.26 36.39 37.83 -1.7PS Silver DBS ... ... ...q 27.00 23.98 24.97 -4.1PS Agri DBA ... ... ...q 19.68 18.18 19.14 +2.0PS Oil DBO ... ... ...q 12.75 8.46 11.77 +16.0PS Gold DGL ... ... ...q 43.28 39.29 40.85 -1.2PS BasMet DBB ... ... ...q 19.94 17.70 18.76 -3.3PS USDBull UUP ... ... ...q 25.00 23.09 24.80 +3.2PS USDBear UDN ... ... ...q 23.27 21.57 21.75 -2.8PShPuLgGr PXLG .42e .8 ...q 50.50 42.02 50.39 +10.9PShPuLVal PXLV .76e 2.0 ...q 40.74 36.35 38.48 -.6PSS&PMom SPMO ... ... ...q 38.04 30.52 37.55 +9.1PSS&PVal SPVU ... ... ...q 37.53 32.40 34.33 -1.2PSShTHYB PGHY 1.08 4.6 ...q 24.38 23.19 23.56 -1.2PS SrLoan BKLN 1.01 4.8 ...q 23.27 22.96 22.99 -.2PS IntlBd PICB .57 2.2 ...q 28.77 26.05 26.22 -5.0PS CEFInc PCEF 1.91 8.3 ...q 24.24 22.35 23.05 -3.6PSVrdoTF PVI ... ... ...q 26.18 24.51 24.94 +.1PShCalMu PWZ .80 3.1 ... 26.44 25.41 25.87 -2.0PShNYMu PZT .86 3.6 ... 24.80 23.71 24.06 -2.5PShNatMu PZA .87 3.5 ... 25.90 24.84 25.15 -2.6PSHYCpBd PHB .84 4.5 ...q 19.14 18.34 18.42 -2.8PwShPfd PGX .86 5.9 ...q 15.08 14.10 14.50 -2.4PShEMSov PCY 1.50 5.6 ... 29.93 26.69 26.92 -8.9PShGClnEn PBD .17e 1.3 ...q 13.78 12.11 12.86 -2.1PSEmgMkt PXH .49e 2.2 ...q 25.32 21.01 21.91 -1.9PSDvMxUSs PDN .53e 1.5 ...q 36.59 32.05 34.52 +.3PSDvxUS PXF 1.11e 2.5 ...q 48.75 43.34 44.73 -1.5PShIntlDev IDHQ .33e 1.4 ...q 25.51 22.71 24.21 +.2PSAsxJ PAF 1.91e 3.3 ...q 62.67 55.81 57.97 -1.6PSIndia PIN .12e .5 ...q 27.95 23.31 24.98 -5.4PSS&PBW PBP 1.07e 3.3 ...q 22.99 19.67 21.90 +2.1Praxair PX 3.30 2.0 37 168.54 136.30 1607 164.00 +6.0PrecDrill PDS .28 ... ...dd 4.14 2.26 1711 3.59 +18.9PfdAptCm APTS 1.02 5.9 ...dd 22.71 13.60 212 17.26 -14.8Prestige rs PBH ... ... 3 258.98 27.84 538 38.39 -13.6Pretium g PVG ... ... ... 12.44 6.17 2092 8.12 -28.8Primerica PRI 1.00 .8 15 128.35 77.65 319 121.10 +19.3PrinEdgAIn YLD .75e ... ...q 42.10 39.36 0 40.87 -1.0PrinActGl GDVD ... ... ... 29.52 26.56 28.62 +2.2Prin Cont n PVAL ... ... ... 27.51 25.45 27.50 +7.9Prn MegC n USMC ... ... ... 28.55 24.58 23 28.32 +7.8PrinSpec n PREF ... ... ... 101.70 94.59 0 95.13 -5.2PrincREstI PGZ 1.32m 7.6 ...q 18.85 16.21 25 17.44 +1.5PrinEq n PEM ... ... ... ProAssur PRA 1.24a 2.6 24 63.45 34.95 294 46.85 -18.0ProLogis PLD 1.92 2.9 27 68.20 58.28 2981 66.32 +2.8ProPetr n PUMP ... ... ... 22.88 13.18 2421 17.24 -14.5PrShtDow rs DOG ... ... ...q 66.76 55.56 58.56 PrShtMC rs MYY ... ... ...q 48.48 42.84 43.44 PrUltDow s DDM ... ... ...q 50.80 35.51 451 49.93 ProUltMC s MVV ... ... ...q 47.07 35.34 19 46.12 PrUltQQQ s QLD ... ... ...q 102.51 61.33 1011 98.60 +34.5ProUltSP s SSO .40e .3 ...q 129.98 94.45 1039 128.08 +17.0PrUShCnG SZK ... ... ...q 17.35 12.80 0 14.52 +6.7ProShtHY SJB ... ... ...q 23.91 22.58 43 22.64 -2.1ProUShBM rs SMN ... ... ...q 31.34 23.46 25.48 Pro20 yrT UBT 1.13e 1.6 ...q 85.80 69.88 53 70.93 -15.1Pro7-10yrT UST .42e .8 ...q 59.24 51.89 34 52.49 -8.6ProSShOG DDG ... ... ...q 25.56 20.60 0 21.27 -7.4ProSShFn rs SEF ... ... ...q 25.20 21.80 22.76 ProLCCre s CSM .67e .9 ...q 72.92 61.91 82 72.49 +8.6ProUltTl s LTL ... ... ...q 50.99 35.57 1 43.87 +1.6ProHdgRep HDG ... ... ...q 46.26 44.50 1 45.58 +.5ProUltEM EET ... ... ...q 114.48 66.99 1 74.10 -21.1ProRaLS RALS .62e 1.7 ...q 38.19 35.58 1 36.35 -3.4ProUSL7-10T PST ... ... ...q 23.82 21.02 24 23.47 +8.9ProShtEafe EFZ ... ... ...q 26.97 23.78 4 25.75 +1.1ProShtEM EUM ... ... ...q 20.26 16.23 451 19.26 +7.3ProUltEaf s EFO ... ... ...q 50.26 38.06 1 41.60 ProUEurop UPV ... ... ...q 66.95 50.15 3 54.79 -6.5ProShtBM SBM ... ... ...q 19.00 16.90 17.20 -2.7ProUltSEM EEV ... ... ...q 9.95 6.82 8.17 -2.4ProUltRE s URE ... ... ...q 70.33 50.79 26 64.86 -1.7ProUltFin s UYG ... ... ...q 47.86 36.30 47 45.09 ProShtRE REK ... ... ...q 17.94 15.05 2 15.69 -.9ProShtChi50 YXI ... ... ...q 21.16 16.42 2 19.86 +3.2ProUltSem s USD ... ... ...q 54.11 31.03 8 45.29 ProUltUt s UPW ... ... ...q 54.09 37.86 1 47.84 +1.7PrUltTech s ROM ... ... ...q 124.42 70.64 44 119.18 +35.8ProUltJpn s EZJ ... ... ...q 50.46 37.26 0 41.94 ProUltO&G DIG .46e 1.0 ...q 47.42 30.89 143 43.96 +11.0ProUltInd s UXI ... ... ...q 83.64 63.03 2 80.65 +10.4sPrUltHCr s RXL .63e .5 ...q 114.52 79.39 11 114.80 +30.1ProUCnsSv s UCC ... ... ...q 110.46 66.82 7 107.34 +31.8PrUCnsGd s UGE ... ... ...q 52.04 37.81 0 43.87 -10.5ProUBasM UYM .15e .2 ...q 82.75 60.40 5 70.71 -4.5PrUlPR2K s URTY ... ... ...q 114.27 66.23 100 106.78 +29.7PUltM400 s UMDD .03e ... ...q 138.31 91.52 1 132.95 +13.8ProUltSC s SAA ... ... ...q 134.63 87.35 1 125.66 +24.8ProUPD30 s UDOW ... ... ...q 116.82 68.18 835 110.65 +17.4ProUlR2K s UWM ... ... ...q 89.24 61.29 144 85.37 +20.9ProSht20Tr TBF ... ... ...q 23.81 21.62 395 23.54 +7.6PUltSP500 s UPRO ... ... ...q 58.95 37.43 2204 57.67 ProUChin50 XPP ... ... ...q 113.86 60.30 17 68.79 -18.0PrUSSilv s ZSL ... ... ...q 45.75 28.95 11 43.68 +39.1PUVxST rs UVXY ... ... ...q 150.90 38.20 39.95 ProVixST rs VIXY ... ... ...q 46.84 21.24 1506 21.97 -5.1PS ShCrd rs OILD ... ... ... 80.72 31.56 35.52 PS Crde n OILU ... ... ... 64.70 21.60 339 62.64 +68.3sPrUCrude rs UCO ... ... ...q 34.79 16.14 2550 34.80 +48.5tPrUltYen rs YCL ... ... ...q 65.77 55.52 1 55.18 -3.9PrSUltNG rs BOIL ... ... ...q 45.80 25.20 26.50 PVixMTFut VIXM ... ... ...q 28.17 19.88 37 20.59 -2.6PrUltSilv AGQ ... ... ...q 36.55 21.93 211 22.97 -32.1PrUltShN s KOLD ... ... ...q 52.12 30.70 151 35.20 -11.2ProUShGld GLL ... ... ...q 86.21 63.08 5 82.70 +19.7PrSUShAus CROC ... ... ...q 54.81 42.20 2 52.14 +14.0sPrUltShYen YCS ... ... ...q 76.95 64.93 6 76.91 +2.6ProSUltGold UGL ... ... ...q 44.38 31.92 117 33.15 -18.5ProShtVx s SVXY ... ... ...q 139.47 9.53 14.37 -88.8tPrUShCrd s SCO ... ... ...q 36.96 14.17 3443 13.98 -43.1ProShtEuro EUFX ... ... ...q 43.05 38.37 4 41.56 +3.9ProUltEuro ULE ... ... ...q 18.97 15.00 5 16.11 -7.7ProUShEuro EUO ... ... ...q 24.45 19.46 103 22.71 +7.1ProctGam PG 2.87 3.4 22 93.51 70.73 6235 84.27 -8.3ProgsvCp PGR .69e 1.0 28 71.23 47.57 1642 70.37 +24.9ProsHldg PRO ... ... ...dd 41.10 21.36 160 36.65 +38.6ProShtQQQ PSQ ... ... ...q 39.03 29.10 1156 29.65 -16.7ProShSP rs SH ... ... ...q 32.56 27.16 3351 27.36 -9.3PrUShSP rs SDS ... ... ...q 47.82 32.65 3542 33.14 -19.3PrUShDow rs DXD ... ... ...q 43.52 30.08 32.88 PUShtMdC MZZ ... ... ...q 21.91 15.55 1 15.92 -15.1PUShtQQ rs QID ... ... ...q 64.80 41.48 43.04 PrShRs2K rs SRTY ... ... ...q 39.88 20.36 576 21.70 -32.9PrUShD3 rs SDOW ... ... ...q 27.34 13.85 3954 14.18 -27.3PUltShtF rs FINZ ... ... ...q 11.53 6.46 6.53 -19.4PrSUlhGM rs GDXS ... ... ...q 23.12 12.13 4 19.56 +39.8ProUShL20 TBT ... ... ...q 39.86 33.06 1627 38.69 +14.5PrShR2K rs RWM ... ... ...q 45.19 36.82 524 37.67 -10.9PrUShHC rs RXD ... ... ...q 32.33 21.92 0 21.92 -27.1PrUShCnS rs SCC ... ... ...q 29.46 17.00 0 17.27 -28.6PrUShRE rs SRS ... ... ...q 37.33 26.08 47 28.16 -3.7PUShtR2K TWM ... ... ...q 20.00 13.00 433 13.59 -22.2PrUShtSC SDD ... ... ...q 18.31 10.94 1 11.69 -25.1PUShChi50 rs FXP ... ... ...q 83.24 49.48 59.72 PS DecRt n EMTY ... ... ... 38.59 29.57 0 30.14 -10.0PUShtIndl SIJ ... ... ...q 19.47 13.69 18 14.06 -16.5PS OnlSt n CLIX ... ... ... 51.84 37.63 7 46.95 +19.5PrShtSmC SBB ... ... ...q 36.53 29.00 0 29.76 -13.2PUPShtMC SMDD ... ... ...q 13.02 7.66 5 7.88 -21.4sPrSh K1 n OILK ... ... ... 27.25 18.95 40 27.20 +25.6PUShtEur EPV ... ... ...q 34.19 26.83 10 30.72 -.8PUShtSPX rs SPXU ... ... ...q 57.24 36.76 39.68 PrUOGEx rs UOP ... ... ...q 18.82 PUShtJpn EWV ... ... ...q 31.47 22.75 7 25.52 -3.5ProSPDvA NOBL 1.00e 1.5 ...q 68.51 57.45 334 67.69 +5.7PUltShEafe EFU ... ... ...q 25.17 19.90 0 22.96 +.7PrUGMin rs GDXX ... ... ...q 47.81 21.89 6 25.79 -38.7PrUltBra rs UBR ... ... ...q 107.88 42.35 5 47.61 -39.0PrSht20yTr TTT ... ... ...q 31.13 25.65 88 29.53 +11.0ProGblInf TOLZ 1.63e 3.9 ...q 44.20 39.30 4 42.22 -1.5PUltShOG DUG ... ... ...q 45.82 28.56 53 29.50 -20.3PS MngdF FUT ... ... ... 40.66 39.00 40.66 +1.0PrGPrEq bt PEX 1.53e 4.1 ...q 42.88 34.68 1 37.19 +3.8ProEurDiv EUDV .15p ... ...q 44.13 39.91 0 41.94 +.4PHYIntH bt HYHG 3.16 4.6 ...q 69.64 65.87 4 68.40 +1.7sProSPxTch SPXT .23p ... ...q 55.35 49.36 0 56.14 +7.4ProSPxHC SPXV .24p ... ...q 60.55 52.02 60.55 +11.2ProMerger MRGR .12e .3 ...q 36.72 34.73 0 36.65 +1.1ProSPxFin SPXN .23p ... ...q 59.89 51.15 59.89 +10.3ProSPxEgy SPXE .22p ... ...q 61.53 44.29 0 61.11 +8.2PrUltPFn FINU .29e .3 ...q 134.30 79.39 4 102.85 -2.4PrUltPFn s FINU/WI ... ... ...q PrS HdJp n HGJP ... ... ... 30.04 PrIGIntH bt IGHG 2.15 2.9 ... 78.88 71.42 26 75.37 -2.2ProSht7-10y TBX ... ... ...q 29.77 27.92 6 29.58 +4.5ProUShHm HDZ ... ... ...q 14.35 ProUHome HBU ... ... ...q 20.75 PrUSOGEx SOP ... ... ...q 16.08 PrUShBrz rs BZQ ... ... ...q 56.45 32.05 46.05 PrSPMCDv REGL .65e 1.1 ...q 58.48 50.27 24 57.77 +5.9sProSR2KDv SMDV .47e ... ...q 60.20 51.18 11 59.34 +7.5PSSTEm bt EMSH 4.88e 6.6 ... 78.63 73.24 73.88 -3.9ProUltHY UJB 1.72e 2.6 ...q 68.43 62.89 66.77 +1.9PrUShtUtl SDP ... ... ...q 31.15 22.01 2 23.51 -6.8PrUltShtTc REW ... ... ...q 21.06 10.55 9 10.95 -33.5PrUShtFn SKF ... ... ...q 24.97 17.93 31 18.50 -11.5Pro CovBd n COBO ... ... ... PUShtSem rs SSG ... ... ...q 28.32 14.70 15.28 ProMornAlt ALTS .38e 1.0 ...q 39.00 36.94 1 38.27 +.7Pro30BEI RINF .58e 2.0 ...q 29.61 27.02 2 29.55 +6.6ProDivGro EFAD .70e 1.9 ...q 37.52 PS EMkDv EMDV ... ... ... 64.49 52.24 2 55.17 -5.9ProCdNASh WYDE ... ... ...q 33.50 31.85 31.99 -1.3Pr GBIGl n GGOV ... ... ... ProsCap 24 PBB 1.56 6.2 ... 26.26 24.96 10 25.01 -3.4ProspBcsh PB 1.44 2.0 18 79.20 61.15 446 71.78 +2.4Protalix PLX ... ... ...dd .92 .38 2250 .73 +9.7ProtLf n PLpE 1.50 ... ... ProtoLabs PRLB ... ... 82 166.60 74.05 193 157.30 +52.7Provect wt PVCT/WS ... ... ... .02 ProvidFS PFS .84f 3.4 17 29.12 23.26 244 24.57 -8.9ProvMtgC PMCA ... ... ... Prudentl PRU 3.60 3.5 11 127.14 92.05 2239 103.30 -10.2Prudentl18 PFK .65 2.6 ... 25.55 24.92 24.99 -.4PrudFn 52 PJH 1.44 5.7 ... 26.09 24.90 20 25.12 -.5PrudtlF 53 PRH 1.43 5.7 ... 25.85 24.90 34 25.05 -.9PruSDHiY GHY 1.32 9.7 ...q 15.06 13.70 13.60 -5.6PruUK pf PUKp 1.69 6.5 ... 27.17 25.66 12 25.99 -.8PruUK pfA PUKpA 1.63 6.3 ... 26.99 25.47 10 25.99 -.4Prud UK PUK 1.49e 3.2 ... 55.36 43.12 175 47.07 -7.3PruShHiY ISD 1.32 9.5 ...q 15.30 13.98 13.90 -5.9PSEG PEG 1.80 3.5 18 54.50 45.73 2230 52.05 +1.1PubStrg PSA 6.80 3.4 22 234.90 180.48 894 201.93 -3.4PubSt pfU PSApU 1.41 5.7 ... 25.55 24.19 10 24.90 -1.0PubSt pfV PSApV 1.34 5.5 ... 25.67 23.63 15 24.43 -3.1 PubSt pfW PSApW 1.30 5.4 ... 25.60 22.92 13 23.96 -4.1PubSt pfX PSApX 1.30 5.4 ... 25.79 22.93 7 23.92 -4.3PubSt pfY PSApY 1.59 6.3 ... 27.09 25.36 14 25.41 -4.5PubSt pfZ PSApZ 1.50 5.9 ... 27.56 25.34 11 25.40 -4.0PubSt pfG PSApG ... ... ... 25.63 22.49 37 24.10 -3.4PubSt pfF PSApF 1.29 5.4 ... 25.69 22.00 8 24.00 -4.1PubSt pfE PSApE 1.23 5.3 ... 25.48 22.29 17 23.16 -7.0PubSt pfD PSApD 1.24 5.3 ... 25.41 22.39 29 23.37 -6.6PubSt pfC PSApC ... ... ... 26.45 23.05 19 24.19 -5.0PubSt pfB PSApB ... ... ... 26.69 23.90 14 24.46 -4.8PubSt pfA PSApA 1.47 5.8 ... 27.79 25.21 10 25.31 -4.6PulteGrp PHM .36 1.4 15 35.21 25.56 6649 25.69 -22.7PureStrg n PSTG ... ... ...dd 29.14 15.15 2044 26.56 +67.5PutHiInSec PCF .37 3.9 ...q 9.55 8.60 9.45 +4.8PMMI PMM .44 6.3 ...q 7.62 6.89 91 6.97 -5.9PMIIT PIM .31 6.9 ...q 4.89 4.49 106 4.55 -4.6tPMOT PMO .71 6.3 ...q 12.76 11.33 155 11.31 -8.4PPrIT PPT .31 5.9 ...q 5.50 5.05 142 5.25 -1.5Puxin n NEW ... ... ... 35.00 7.43 98 9.36 -55.4PyxusInt PYX ... ... ...dd 30.70 10.25 1053 27.40 +106.8PzenaInv PZN .41e 4.3 19 13.15 8.61 68 9.47 -11.2Q2 Hldgs QTWO ... ... ...dd 67.10 36.25 316 61.45 +66.8QEP Res QEP .08 .7 32 13.77 7.04 3533 11.36 +18.7QIAGEN QGEN ... ... 41 39.45 30.20 569 37.42 +21.0QTS RltTr QTS 1.64 3.8 39 61.55 31.58 329 43.32 -20.0QuadGrph QUAD 1.20 5.4 11 31.29 17.73 194 22.32 -1.2QuakerCh KWR 1.48 .7 40 200.00 137.95 78 198.53 +31.7QuanexBld NX .32f 1.7 24 24.60 16.00 137 18.40 -21.4QuantaSvc PWR ... ... 23 40.11 32.19 1395 34.35 -12.2QntmDSS rs QTM ... ... 32 6.56 1.58 230 2.58 -54.2Qu Insp100 n BIBL ... ... ... 29.74 25.14 7 28.27 +8.3QnForSm n FFSG ... ... ... 27.44 24.51 9 27.09 +5.0QnForTcG n FFTG ... ... ... 26.55 24.19 8 25.07 -2.0Sage Esg ef GUDB ... ... ... 49.13 MainSecR n SECT ... ... ... 30.14 25.34 61 29.28 +7.1InspCpBd n IBD ... ... ... 28.29 23.80 7 24.49 -2.9QuaInsp n ISMD ... ... ... 31.78 24.65 4 29.66 +12.2QuaInsLg n BLES ... ... ... 30.44 26.83 7 28.54 +.4FormInco n FFTI ... ... ... 27.57 23.70 77 24.07 -3.5FrmHdGr n FFHG ... ... ... 30.36 25.29 10 29.94 +8.7QuanReal n QXRR ... ... ... 26.19 23.44 23.94 -5.3QuanDyn n XUSA ... ... ... 31.05 26.09 31.05 +11.2QuanMulT n QXTR ... ... ... 26.83 24.56 1 26.44 +1.7QuanMulIn n QXMI ... ... ... 26.53 24.73 25.08 -2.4QuanGrw n QXGG ... ... ... 29.27 26.00 0 29.01 +4.4Qudian n QD ... ... 10 34.91 4.86 3229 4.99 -60.2QstDiag DGX 2.00 1.9 20 116.49 90.10 1301 107.59 +9.2QuintEn n QES ... ... ... 10.67 6.62 8 7.66 -14.9QuormHl n QHC ... ... ...dd 10.00 3.80 172 4.84 -22.4QuotientTc QUOT ... ... ...dd 17.85 10.35 332 14.90 +26.8Qwest 54 CTV 1.72 6.9 ... 26.37 20.64 62 24.95 +6.0Qwest 9-51 CTW 1.88 7.4 ... 25.89 24.20 25.39 +.8Qwest 4-52 CTX 1.75 6.9 ... 25.78 21.27 25.26 +6.3Qwest 7-52 CTU 1.75 6.9 ... 25.79 21.36 25.27 +6.4Qwest53 CTY 1.53 6.7 ... 25.57 18.66 69 22.82 +3.7Qwest 25 CTZ 1.66 6.8 ... 25.69 20.17 22 24.34 +7.5Qwest 56 CTAA ... ... ... 27.25 21.51 37 25.25 +2.2Qwest57 n CTDD ... ... ... 25.71 20.51 79 24.00 +4.9Qwest56 n CTBB ... ... ... 25.60 19.86 134 23.50 +4.4R -RAIT pfA RASpA 1.94 21.9 ... 17.48 5.90 8.84 -27.2RAIT pfB RASpB 2.09 24.1 ... 18.08 6.21 8.66 -31.2RAIT pfC RASpC 2.22 22.9 ... 18.92 6.35 9.70 -26.7RAIT Fn 24 RFT 1.91 11.3 ... 21.00 15.99 16.91 -11.4RAITFn 19 RFTA 1.78 8.6 ... 23.88 16.60 20.66 -8.2RELX NV s RENX .45e 2.1 ... 23.30 20.06 21.19 -8.1RELX plc s RELX .54e 2.6 ... 24.03 19.75 556 20.35 -14.1RH RH ... ... 30 164.49 68.39 961 134.01 +55.4RLI Corp RLI .88 1.1 32 79.98 54.96 122 78.19 +28.9RLJ LodgT RLJ 1.32 5.9 15 23.97 18.68 1488 22.48 +2.3RLJ Lod pfA RLJpA .49 1.8 ... 28.85 25.23 5 26.49 -1.9RPC RES .40 2.5 21 27.07 12.96 1288 15.84 -38.0RPM RPM 1.28 1.9 27 68.13 46.36 1504 67.21 +28.2RYB Edu n RYB ... ... ... 31.80 15.50 38 20.17 +19.5RadianGrp RDN .01 ... 12 23.49 14.06 937 20.25 -1.7RadiantLog RLGT ... ... 32 5.65 3.46 421 5.50 +19.6RadLog pfA RLGTpA 2.44 9.4 ... 26.75 23.56 4 25.85 -.1RafaelHl n RFL ... ... ... 10.31 3.05 20 8.72 +78.0RLauren RL 2.50 1.9 19 147.79 83.26 648 133.94 +29.2RamcoG RPT .88 6.6 14 15.00 11.15 874 13.25 -10.0RamcG pfD RPTpD 3.63 6.7 ... 58.62 47.86 54.10 -6.2RangeRs RRC .08 .5 19 20.65 11.93 6185 17.43 +2.2RngrEnS n RNGR ... ... ...dd 15.07 6.88 15 8.47 -8.2RJamesFn RJF .88f .9 19 102.17 81.90 873 93.45 +4.9RayAdvM RYAM .28 1.4 11 22.96 13.31 670 20.74 +1.4RayAdv pfA RYAMpA 2.00 1.4 ... 157.11 103.84 142.69 -.9Rayonier RYN 1.08 3.2 36 39.73 28.37 387 33.96 +7.4Raytheon RTN 3.47 1.7 29 229.75 179.30 811 202.36 +8.2RealityETF DIVY .46p ... ...q 28.89 25.70 10 27.14 +4.1RltDvcDiv LEAD ... ... ...q 34.85 28.75 1 34.59 +8.3RealDivc n DFND ... ... ...q 28.64 25.45 0 28.46 +4.4RealDivG n GARD ... ... ...q 26.84 22.61 4 26.21 +4.9Realogy RLGY .27p 1.3 12 35.00 19.57 3313 20.34 -23.2RltyInco O 2.53 4.5 32 59.24 47.25 1755 56.13 -1.6ReavesUtl UTG 1.82 5.9 ...q 32.88 27.13 201 30.76 -.6ReavesU rt UTGr ... ... ... .14 RedHat RHT ... ... 89 177.70 104.51 2296 134.86 +12.3RedLionH RLH ... ... ...dd 14.75 7.95 52 12.45 +26.4RedwdTr RWT 1.20 7.4 12 17.50 14.29 762 16.20 +9.3Reeds REED ... ... ... 3.95 1.30 135 3.20 +106.5RegalBel RBC 1.12 1.3 15 86.75 67.84 103 85.00 +11.0RegalEnt RGC .88a 3.8 24 23.17 14.79 22.99 -.1RgcyCtrs REG 2.22 3.5 23 70.64 54.87 1181 63.95 -7.6RgcyC pfG REGpG 1.50 6.0 ... 25.20 RegHlthPr RHE ... ... 3 1.00 .10 1141 .16 -5.3RegHlt pfA RHEpA 2.72 158.1 ... 21.97 1.25 1.72 -78.5RegnlMgt RM ... ... 13 37.21 21.50 73 28.99 +10.2RegionsFn RF .56f 2.9 16 20.21 14.37 8047 19.29 +11.6Regions pfA RFpA 1.59 6.3 ... 25.89 25.19 35 25.23 -.4Regns pfB RFpB 1.59 5.9 ... 29.72 26.39 18 26.80 -5.7Regis Cp RGS ... ... 21 22.40 13.32 128 20.59 +34.0ReinsGrp RGA 2.00f 1.4 13 165.12 131.72 251 146.86 -5.8ReinsGp42 RZA 1.55 5.7 ... 29.27 26.54 10 27.16 -1.3ReinsG56 n RZB 1.44 5.6 ... 29.16 25.33 12 25.63 -8.4RelStlAl RS 2.00 2.3 19 97.41 72.69 296 85.55 -.3RELM RWC .08 2.2 18 4.10 3.40 3.65 +2.8tRemaxHld RMAX .80 1.9 48 67.50 43.15 114 43.10 -11.1RenaisIPO IPO .02e .1 ...q 31.67 26.11 3 30.23 +7.2RenIntIPO IPOS .24e 1.1 ...q 27.06 22.09 0 22.49 -7.8RenaisRe RNR 1.32 1.0 ...dd 141.77 116.50 204 134.95 +7.5RenRe prE RNRpE 1.34 5.6 ... 25.70 23.45 26 24.07 -4.3RenRe prC RNRpC 1.52 6.0 ... 26.05 25.05 4 25.20 -1.2ReneSola rs SOL ... ... ...dd 3.79 2.12 5 2.18 -18.0RennFund RCG ... ... ...q 2.20 1.13 9 1.92 +27.8Renren rs RENN ... ... ...dd 3.19 .73 356 1.38 +46.0RepubSvc RSG 1.50f 2.0 34 75.82 60.26 1144 73.73 +9.1ResMed RMD 1.48f 1.3 55 114.85 75.28 414 113.99 +34.6ResolEn rs REN ... ... ... 38.64 25.46 436 37.01 +17.6ResoluteF RFP ... ... ...dd 15.75 4.60 284 13.80 +24.9RestBrnds QSR 1.80 3.1 19 68.89 53.09 844 58.98 -4.1RetailProp RPAI .66 5.4 12 13.64 10.84 2169 12.17 -9.4RetailVal n RVI ... ... ... 38.00 30.06 33.13 +2.3RetractTc RVP ... ... ...dd 1.08 .58 41 .74 +8.8RevGp n REVG .20 1.2 17 33.15 12.73 724 16.11 -50.5Revlon REV ... ... ...dd 27.90 14.00 265 22.15 +1.6RexAmRes REX ... ... 10 96.62 70.48 19 74.70 -9.8RexahnPh rs RNN ... ... ...dd 3.19 1.23 119 1.78 -11.9RexfordIR REXR .64 2.0 53 32.91 26.32 1293 31.53 +8.1RexfdIn pfA REXRpA ... ... ... 26.41 22.53 24.40 -5.1RexfInR pfB REXRpB 1.47 6.0 ... 25.15 22.33 1 24.44 -1.5Rexnord RXN ... ... 22 32.11 22.89 523 31.18 +19.8Rexnrd pfA RXNpA ... ... ... 66.84 52.97 8 65.59 +12.1RingCentrl RNG ... ... ...dd 98.15 38.45 615 91.00 +88.0RingEngy REI ... ... ...dd 17.35 10.11 715 11.09 -20.2RioTinto RIO 2.27e 4.4 ... 60.72 45.62 2460 51.48 -2.7RitchieBr RBA .68 1.9 41 38.77 24.08 234 36.28 +21.2RiteAid RAD ... ... 1 2.55 1.23 21471 1.24 -37.1RivrnOpp n RIV 1.68 8.9 ... 21.63 17.61 271 18.91 -5.5tRiv/Doubl n OPP ... ... ... 19.76 17.12 46 17.14 -6.7RoadrnTrn RRTS ... ... 2 9.75 .75 537 .99 -87.2RobtHalf RHI 1.12 1.6 26 79.91 48.21 1017 71.30 +28.4RockwlAut ROK 3.68 1.9 29 210.72 155.81 997 193.18 -1.6RockColl COL 1.32 .9 22 142.61 129.70 952 140.44 +3.6RogCm gs RCI 1.57 ... 13 54.95 43.11 158 51.42 +1.0Rogers ROG ... ... 42 184.00 105.60 142 150.02 -7.3Rollins s ROL .56 .9 76 64.39 42.82 1015 61.73 +32.7Roper ROP 1.65 .6 32 312.65 240.04 579 299.51 +15.6sRosettaStn RST ... ... ...dd 18.44 9.28 231 18.64 +49.5Roundys RNDY ... ... ...dd 3.60 sRowan RDC .40 2.1 33 18.11 10.94 7197 18.90 +20.7RBCda pfT RYpT 1.69 ... ... 35.33 27.94 33.99 +13.5RoyalBk g RY 3.92f ... ... 87.10 73.92 588 80.55 -1.3RBScotlnd RBS ... ... ... 8.74 6.13 499 6.89 -9.8RBSct prF RBSpF 1.91 7.4 ... 25.86 RBSct prH RBSpH 1.81 7.0 ... 25.68 RBSct prL RBSpL 1.44 5.7 ... 25.25 RBSct prS RBSpS 1.65 6.5 ... 27.63 25.33 28 25.49 +.2RylCarb RCL 2.80f 2.2 17 135.65 101.20 1463 130.02 +9.0RoyDShllB RDS/B 3.76 5.4 ...cc 76.99 61.54 1266 70.25 +2.9RoyDShllA RDS/A 3.76 5.5 ...cc 73.86 59.52 2813 68.17 +2.2RoyceGVal RGT .10e ... ... 11.73 10.08 19 10.62 -1.8RoyceMC RMT .63e 6.1 ...q 10.68 8.85 59 10.27 +8.8Royce RVT 1.22e 7.4 ...q 17.18 15.06 203 16.59 +2.6RubiconPrj RUBI ... ... ...dd 4.20 1.48 137 3.71 +98.4Rudolph RTEC ... ... 15 34.55 23.05 130 24.45 +2.3Ryder R 2.16f 3.0 18 90.26 65.65 322 72.82 -13.5RyersonH RYI ... ... 40 12.95 7.85 127 11.15 +7.2RymanHP RHP 3.40 3.9 18 90.02 61.09 260 86.33 +25.1S -S&P Glbl SPGI 2.00 1.0 31 217.31 153.25 697 210.30 +24.1SAP SE SAP 1.31e 1.1 ... 122.74 99.20 425 122.04 +8.6SCANA SCG .50 1.4 8 56.38 33.61 1063 34.90 -12.3SCE TrV n SCEpK ... ... ... 29.09 24.70 13 25.05 -5.2SCE I pfF SCEpF 1.41 ... ... SCE II prG SCEpG 1.28 5.6 ... 25.89 21.93 10 22.92 -5.2SCE Tr pfH SCEpH 1.44 5.6 ... 28.49 25.05 6 25.54 -5.6SCETr pfJ SCEpJ 1.34 5.4 ... 27.99 23.96 5 24.87 -3.6SCE Tr pfL SCEpL 1.25 5.6 ... 25.41 21.75 9 22.20 -7.6SJW SJW 1.12a 1.9 21 69.29 51.26 62 59.18 -7.3SK Tlcm SKM ... ... ... 28.97 22.66 264 27.07 -3.0SLGreen SLG 3.25 3.3 35 106.54 89.46 592 97.67 -3.2SL Grn pfI SLGpI 1.63 6.4 ... 26.00 24.94 4 25.57 +1.9sSM Energy SM .10 .3 ...dd 32.09 16.11 3243 31.94 +44.7Spd LgGl n GLDW ... ... ... 122.55 116.88 121.57 +.6SpdrDJIA DIA 3.98e 1.5 ...q 267.61 221.99 3774 265.42 +7.3SpdrGold GLD ... ... ...q 129.52 111.06 4435 113.47 -8.2SpdrStxx50 FEU 1.24e 3.7 ...q 38.51 32.51 10 33.84 -5.8SpdrNoANR NANR ... ... ...q 37.79 32.13 92 34.41 -3.0Spd InDiv n HDWX ... ... ... SpdrLwCbn LOWC 1.69e 1.8 ...q 96.40 85.59 0 92.59 +3.1SpdrEuro50 FEZ 1.18e 3.0 ...q 44.23 36.77 1582 38.89 -4.5Spd MsciCh XINA ... ... ... 26.62 17.74 0 18.60 -22.2S&PEAsia GMF 1.81e 1.9 ...q 116.07 93.69 13 96.55 -7.7SpdSol UK ZGBR 1.33e 2.6 ...q 56.39 50.66 51.62 -4.1Spd Spain n QESP ... ... ... SpdSolGer ZDEU 1.17e 1.9 ...q 70.20 57.43 60.08 -8.3 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next pageMONEY & MARKET$Page 7 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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SpdSolJpn ZJPN .85e 1.1 ...q 83.54 74.40 79.15 +.6SpdSolCda ZCAN 1.61e 2.7 ...q 62.76 56.36 59.22 -3.2Spd Austl n QAUS ... ... ... SpdrEuSmC SMEZ 1.15e 1.9 ...q 69.46 57.42 0 60.79 -5.0S&PChina GXC 1.31e 1.4 ...q 123.91 90.51 127 96.37 -10.1SpdrWldQu QWLD 1.30e 1.7 ...q 80.30 70.00 0 78.53 +4.1SpdrEMQu QEMM 1.31e 2.2 ...q 69.92 57.20 7 59.08 -8.4SpdrEafeSt QEFA 1.62e 2.5 ...q 68.94 61.72 7 64.27 -1.2SpdrGblDv WDIV 3.11e 3.8 ...q 74.14 66.52 14 68.41 -3.4SpAcwiIMI ACIM 1.50e 1.8 ...q 84.34 74.32 2 81.25 +3.0SpdEMkt s SPEM ... ... ...q 42.47 33.13 424 34.64 -9.2SpdrEMDv EDIV 1.68e 5.5 ...q 36.64 29.30 27 30.59 -6.9SpdrGlbNR GNR .93e 1.8 ...q 53.32 45.51 39 50.57 +3.1Spd Russ n RBL ... ... ... Spd EmEu n GUR ... ... ... Spd IntUt n IPU ... ... ... Spd IntTl n IST ... ... ... Spd InTc n IPK ... ... ... Spd IntMt n IRV ... ... ... SpdIntInd n IPN ... ... ... Spd IntHl n IRY ... ... ... Spd IntFn n IPF ... ... ... Spd EMLA n GML ... ... ... Spd IntEn n IPW ... ... ... Spd IntCn n IPS ... ... ... Spd CnDi n IPD ... ... ... SpdrDJ RE RWO 1.57e 3.3 ...q 49.49 43.96 227 47.34 -3.2SpdrEMSmC EWX 1.00e 2.2 ...q 55.81 44.10 36 44.90 -13.7SpdrIntDiv DWX 2.22e 5.8 ...q 42.92 37.51 75 38.09 -7.6Spd EmM n GAF ... ... ... SpdMS xUS CWI .79e 2.1 ...q 42.01 35.85 249 37.38 -4.2SpdrSPGbl GII 1.63e 3.3 ...q 53.30 47.61 11 48.82 -5.8SpdrIntRE RWX 1.25e 3.3 ...q 42.54 37.90 383 38.39 -5.2SpdrIntlSC GWX 3.63e 1.4 ...q 37.99 32.78 28 34.51 -2.7SpdrWldxUS SPDW .79e 2.6 ...q 33.84 29.49 340 30.88 -2.6SP Mid MDY 2.94e .8 ...q 374.10 320.41 970 369.62 +7.0S&P500ETF SPY 4.13e 1.4 ...q 293.94 248.08 53212 291.02 +9.1SpdrRRtn RLY .44e 1.7 ...q 27.62 24.96 5 26.51 +.3SpdrIncAll INKM 1.08e 3.3 ...q 34.66 31.96 2 32.53 -3.3SpdrGblAll GAL 1.04e 2.6 ...q 40.37 36.67 14 38.45 +.5SpdrSenLn SRLN 1.96 4.1 ...q 47.69 46.74 347 47.30 +.3SpdrUShBd ULST .16 .4 ...q 40.82 40.15 34 40.32 +.3SpdrCreEq SYE 1.63e 1.2 ...q 82.02 70.38 1 81.15 +8.8tSpdrDblTac TOTL 1.17e ... ...q 49.42 47.11 281 47.11 -3.1SpdrValEq SYV 4.21e 1.4 ...q 70.61 61.87 2 69.65 +5.2SpdrGroEq SYG 1.85e .7 ...q 86.17 73.80 0 85.83 +8.0SpdrBiot s XBI .44e .5 ...q 101.55 78.46 2308 96.62 +13.8Spdr Div SDY 3.80e 1.9 ...q 100.07 87.95 362 98.60 +4.4SpdrGbDow DGT 1.52e 1.8 ...q 91.75 79.60 3 86.85 +1.6SpdrHome XHB .15e .4 ...q 47.20 38.35 2529 39.39 -11.0SpdrS&PBk KBE .53e 1.1 ...q 52.00 43.15 1652 48.15 +1.7SpdrS&PCM KCE .91e 1.6 ...q 62.51 50.52 7 57.80 -.2SpdrS&PIn s KIE ... ... ...q 32.78 29.26 246 32.36 +5.4Spd LgCap s SPLG ... ... ...q 34.47 29.16 1647 34.11 +8.9SpdrLCpG s SPYG ... ... ...q 38.39 30.53 1234 38.05 +15.3SpdrLCapV s SPYV ... ... ...q 32.54 28.45 405 31.43 +2.4Spd MidC s SPMD ... ... ...q 37.08 31.01 238 36.36 +9.0SpdMCpG s MDYG ... ... ...q 57.23 48.29 53 56.21 SpdrMCpV s MDYV ... ... ...q 54.94 47.31 69 54.07 SpdrNY Tch XNTK .41e .4 ...q 98.30 76.93 17 93.94 +12.1SpdrSemi s XSD .16e .2 ...q 79.40 62.94 93 77.56 +11.1SpdrSCp s SLYG ... ... ...q 70.00 53.68 240 67.74 SpdrSCpV s SLYV ... ... ...q 71.23 58.57 163 68.45 SpdrRs3K s THRK ... ... ...q 36.63 30.88 417 36.26 +9.2SpdrWilRE RWR 2.90e 3.1 ...q 98.11 81.59 181 92.63 -1.1SpdrShTTr SPTS .27 .9 ...q 30.22 29.40 138 29.43 -1.5SpFcStIn n XITK ... ... ... 107.00 75.41 14 102.93 +31.8SPDR SrTr XTH ... ... ... 82.74 72.60 80.21 +10.5SPDR Intrnt XWEB ... ... ... 75.39 67.84 71.47 +5.0Spdr1500VT VLU 4.85e 1.6 ...q 109.69 95.16 109.69 +7.5SpdrScored CBND .99 3.2 ...q 32.55 30.75 0 30.82 -4.4SpdrIntCBd IBND .14e .4 ...q 36.87 32.89 27 33.84 -4.2SpdrIGFlt FLRN .20 .6 ...q 30.85 30.62 641 30.78 +.4SpdrHYMu HYMB 2.55 4.5 ...q 57.48 54.01 32 56.29 +1.1SpdrWFPf PSK 2.59e 6.1 ...q 45.19 41.81 31 42.67 -3.1SpdrBarITB BWZ .01e ... ...q 33.49 30.76 99 31.35 -2.4SpdrBarcCv CWB 3.55e 4.2 ...q 54.99 48.86 597 53.83 +6.4SpdrLTBd s SPLB ... ... ...q 28.77 25.87 285 26.06 -8.9SpdrITBd SPIB .92 2.8 ...q 34.58 33.07 552 33.21 -3.0SpdrBarMBB MBG .83 3.3 ...q 26.39 25.06 65 25.13 -3.4SpdrEMBd EBND ... ... ...q 30.91 25.43 228 26.19 -11.8SpdrShTHiY SJNK 1.58 5.7 ...q 27.99 26.94 745 27.53 -.1SpdrLehHY JNK 2.30 6.4 ...q 37.35 35.26 12099 35.94 -2.1SpdShTBd SPSB .40e 1.2 ...q 30.69 30.08 1215 30.16 -.9SP IntTip WIP .41e .3 ...q 60.27 51.62 15 52.60 -8.6SPLIntTB s BWX ... ... ...q 29.72 27.20 225 27.53 -3.2SpdrTrans s XTN .25e .4 ...q 69.36 57.42 15 67.06 +2.9SpdrTelcm XTL .68e .9 ...q 77.41 65.10 29 76.22 +11.6SpdrHCSv s XHS .61e .1 ...q 76.34 56.18 2 75.64 +22.8SpdrHCEq s XHE 3.22e .1 ...q 89.07 61.75 85 87.42 +35.7SpdrSf&Sv s XSW .19e .2 ...q 93.01 64.39 11 90.50 +30.3SpdrMLCrs CJNK 1.01e 3.9 ...q 27.04 25.22 16 25.46 -4.2SpdrAerDf s XAR 1.70e 1.0 ...q 101.22 78.66 113 97.55 +16.7SpdAgBd n SPAB ... ... ... 28.84 27.57 233 27.62 -3.9SpdrBarcTip IPE 1.04e 1.8 ...q 56.87 54.29 99 54.42 -3.3SprBl 1-3b rs BIL ... ... ...q 91.60 91.37 1330 91.56 +.2SpdLgTr s SPTL ... ... ...q 37.00 33.45 136 33.68 -8.0SpdrLehIntTr ITE .74 1.3 ...q 60.22 57.94 42 58.06 -2.3SpdrS&P RB KRE .74e 1.2 ...q 66.04 53.75 5509 61.29 +4.1Spdr1500MT MMTM 1.61e 1.3 ...q 129.19 105.38 1 128.18 +11.7SpdrRetl s XRT .49e 1.0 ...q 52.96 38.69 4602 50.97 +12.8SpdNuBMu s TFI ... ... ...q 49.33 47.40 1230 47.51 -3.0SpdrPhm s XPH 3.00e .7 ...q 49.97 38.71 30 48.65 +11.8SpdrOGEx XOP .73e 1.7 ...q 45.45 30.98 18864 43.37 +16.6SpNuBST rs SHM ... ... ...q 48.79 47.51 340 47.67 -.5SpdrGendr SHE ... ... ... 78.06 66.80 9 76.99 +8.7SpdrOGEq XES .49e 2.9 ...q 19.29 13.88 1105 16.80 -1.9SpdR1KLVF ONEV ... ... ... 78.13 68.57 4 77.09 +6.2SpdrMetM XME .24e .7 ...q 39.62 29.68 2443 34.56 -5.0SpdrR1KMo ONEO ... ... ... 77.52 69.08 6 76.27 +4.9SpdrR1KYF ONEY ... ... ... 75.30 65.47 5 72.72 +3.8SpdSPXHiD SPYD ... ... ...q 38.75 34.64 167 37.62 +.5SpdrFosFFr SPYX ... ... ...q 71.57 60.28 6 70.73 +9.2SpdrR1KLV LGLV 5.40e 1.8 ...q 99.24 85.68 4 97.64 +7.8SpdrUsaSt QUS .54e ... ...q 84.64 71.65 61 83.82 +8.5Spd SP600 s SLY ... ... ... 78.25 62.50 36 75.73 SpdrSPXBbk SPYB .41e ... ...q 68.19 57.02 3 67.24 +7.8SpdrSCap n SPSM ... ... ... 34.15 28.11 327 33.33 +5.8Spdr1-10Tip TIPX .08e .4 ...q 21.00 18.41 95 18.98 -1.6Spd 0-5Tip n SIPE ... ... ... SpdrR2KLV SMLV 2.16e 2.2 ...q 100.17 84.63 7 97.07 +6.3SPX Cp SPXC ... ... 15 39.28 27.17 169 34.21 +9.0SPX Flow n FLOW ... ... 50 54.92 37.66 172 53.21 +11.9SRC Eng SRCI ... ... 13 13.32 7.76 2072 8.85 +3.8STMicro STM .40 2.1 21 26.43 17.43 3739 19.04 -12.8SABESP SBS .39e 6.6 ... 11.96 5.58 1259 5.91 -43.4SabnR SBR 2.34e 5.7 19 50.00 39.55 15 40.80 -8.5SachemC n SACH .44f 10.4 ... 5.00 3.30 58 4.23 +7.4SafeBulk SB .04 1.5 ... 4.00 2.51 150 2.72 -15.8SafeBlk pfB SBpB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.00 25.00 25.50 +1.2SafeBlk pfC SBpC 2.00 8.6 ... 24.88 20.38 3 23.21 -2.9SafeB pfD SBpD 2.00 8.5 ... 24.46 21.61 1 23.43 -.4SafegdSci SFE ... ... ...dd 14.40 9.10 312 9.30 -17.0SafeInco n SAFE .60 3.2 ... 20.17 15.57 82 18.91 +7.4SailptTch n SAIL ... ... ...dd 33.63 12.82 667 33.11 +128.3StJoe JOE ... ... 52 20.00 16.20 157 17.00 -5.8sSalesforce CRM ... ... ...cc 158.79 92.11 4941 158.78 +55.3SalMidMLP SMM .68 6.8 ...q 12.20 8.53 172 10.02 -9.1SallyBty SBH ... ... 12 20.31 13.72 1253 18.25 -2.7SJuanB SJT .65e 13.0 11 10.54 4.50 196 5.01 -39.2SanchezEn SN ... ... ...dd 6.19 2.35 1904 2.64 -50.3SanchzM rs SNMP 1.80 24.9 ...dd 13.25 6.85 39 7.25 -34.7SandRidge SD ... ... ... 21.90 10.74 327 10.85 -48.5SandRMiss SDT .22e 16.0 1 2.30 .73 91 1.40 +69.5SandRMs2 SDR .21e 16.0 1 2.00 .74 164 1.34 +57.5SandRdgP PER .50e 19.7 6 3.00 1.80 176 2.55 +24.4SandstG g SAND ... ... ... 5.64 3.52 1553 3.77 -24.4Sano SNY 1.58e 3.6 ... 50.64 37.43 1226 43.40 +.9SantCUSA SC .23e ... 6 21.81 14.51 947 21.31 +14.4SantFn pfA SANpA 1.70 6.6 ... 26.45 25.38 25.88 +.2SantFn pfB SANpB 1.03 4.4 ... 24.59 23.30 23.70 -1.7SantFn pfC SANpC 1.63 6.4 ... 26.23 25.55 25.39 -2.0SantFn pfI SANpI 1.60 6.5 ... 26.20 25.41 24.75 -3.8Santand pfC SOVpC 1.83 7.2 ... 26.23 25.10 25.44 -.9SaratogaI SAR 2.04 8.8 ... 28.30 19.62 85 23.15 +3.5SaratIn23 n SAB 1.69 6.6 ... 26.79 25.34 3 25.67 -.5Sasol SSL 1.41e 3.7 ... 39.73 26.92 147 37.85 +10.6SaulCntr BFS 2.08 3.8 18 65.43 46.71 33 54.07 -12.4SaulCtr pfC BFSpC 1.72 6.8 ... 25.68 23.79 2 25.25 -.2SaulCt pfD BFSpD ... ... ... 23.98 22.55 1 23.22 +.3MastThera MSTX/O ... ... ...dd .13 Schlmbrg SLB 2.00 3.2 37 80.35 59.25 8457 61.60 -8.6SchndrNt n SNDR .24 .9 ... 30.52 23.31 528 25.68 -10.1SchwUSMkt SCHB .96e 1.4 ...q 71.36 60.06 663 70.81 +9.7SchwUSLgC SCHX .98e 1.4 ...q 70.50 59.29 1010 69.98 +9.7SchwLCGr SCHG .63e .8 ...q 82.32 64.93 312 81.70 +15.5SchwLCVal SCHV 1.14e 2.0 ...q 58.00 51.13 275 57.03 +4.3SchwMCap SCHM .59e 1.0 ...q 58.83 49.41 262 58.17 +9.2SchUSSmC SCHA .76e 1.0 ...q 78.34 65.16 240 76.78 +10.1SchwEMkt SCHE .49e 1.9 ...q 31.08 24.33 1822 25.54 -8.6Sch 1000 n SCHK ... ... ... 29.00 24.88 75 28.76 +9.5SchEMLgC FNDE .39e 1.4 ...q 33.13 26.91 253 28.35 -4.4SchIntSmCo FNDC .55e 1.6 ...q 38.22 33.29 157 34.76 -3.3SchIntLgCo FNDF .61e 2.0 ...q 32.54 28.64 380 30.15 -.8SchUSSmCo FNDA .36e .9 ...q 41.83 35.17 192 41.06 +8.3SchUSLgCo FNDX .54e 1.3 ...q 40.40 34.79 304 40.11 +7.1SchUSBrd FNDB .61e 1.5 ...q 40.32 34.67 35 39.93 +7.1SchwUSDiv SCHD 1.13e 2.1 ...q 54.60 46.42 610 53.71 +5.0SchwIntEq SCHF .71e 2.1 ...q 36.35 32.11 1395 33.67 -1.2SchwAggBd SCHZ 1.09 2.2 ...q 52.53 50.07 229 50.18 -3.6SchwREIT SCHH .89e 2.1 ...q 43.51 36.27 641 41.74 +.3SchIntUSTr SCHR .86 1.7 ...q 54.35 51.57 186 51.70 -3.0SchSTUSTr SCHO .35 .7 ...q 50.46 49.52 316 49.55 -1.0SchUSTips SCHP ... ... ...q 55.71 53.78 537 53.91 -2.7SchwIntSC SCHC .59e 1.6 ...q 39.15 34.39 170 35.96 -1.8Schwab SCHW .52f 1.0 26 60.22 42.20 3397 51.56 +.4Schwb pfC SCHWpC 1.50 5.8 ... 27.62 25.53 18 25.80 -4.0Schwb pfD SCHWpD ... ... ... 27.60 25.49 181 25.66 -5.0SchwitMau SWM 1.72 4.2 14 48.06 38.00 64 41.06 -9.5SciApplic SAIC 1.24 1.6 18 93.31 63.87 310 78.85 +3.0ScorpioB19 SLTB 1.88 7.5 ... 25.80 24.53 8 25.15 -1.2ScorpBlk rs SALT .08 1.2 ... 8.85 6.31 151 6.80 -8.1ScorpioTk STNG .04 1.9 ... 3.73 1.80 1982 2.11 -30.8ScorpioT 20 SBNA 1.69 6.9 ... 25.03 23.40 2 24.49 -1.5ScorpT19 n SBBC ... ... ... 25.89 24.62 2 25.29 -.5Scotts SMG 2.20f 2.8 19 110.12 72.67 442 78.15 -27.0Sea Ltd n SE ... ... ... 17.19 10.06 722 14.24 +6.8SbdCp SEB 6.00 .2 13 4690.00 3525.00 0 3756.34 -14.8SeabGld g SA ... ... ... 13.70 9.80 1822 12.90 +14.2SeacorHld CKH ... ... ...dd 59.00 40.59 74 49.38 +6.8SeacrMar SMHI ... ... ... 26.20 11.66 35 21.84 +86.7Seadrill n SDRL ... ... ... 25.00 15.76 558 24.36 +16.0Seadrill SDLP .40 10.7 ... 4.20 2.60 175 3.75 +2.5SealAir SEE .64 1.5 21 49.94 38.49 1831 41.58 -15.7Seaspan SSW .50 6.2 12 10.72 5.50 3033 8.07 +19.6Seaspn pfE SSWpE 2.06 8.1 ... 26.30 23.33 8 25.35 +2.1Seaspan 19 SSWN 1.59 6.3 ... 25.99 25.08 9 25.41 -.5Seaspn pfD SSWpD 1.99 8.0 ... 25.48 23.44 8 24.94 +1.3Seaspn pfH SSWpH ... ... ... 25.57 22.84 55 24.40 +3.2Seaspn pfG SSWpG ... ... ... 25.99 23.09 20 25.31 +4.2Seaspan n SSWA ... ... ... 25.51 23.15 12 25.00 +2.8SeaWorld SEAS ... ... ...cc 32.47 10.42 1603 29.85 +120.0 SelEngS n WTTR ... ... ... 21.96 11.50 439 12.23 -32.9SelMedHld SEM ... ... 13 21.65 15.85 250 18.10 +2.5SelctIns 43 SGZA 1.47 5.9 ... 25.79 24.72 5 25.08 -.4SemGroup SEMG 1.89 9.0 ...dd 30.95 20.20 912 21.00 -30.5SemiMfg SMI ... ... 16 9.14 5.10 129 5.43 -36.6SempraEn SRE 3.58 3.2 18 127.22 100.49 1645 113.58 +6.2Sempra pfA SREpA ... ... ... 107.00 95.95 15 101.99 +2.8SendGrid n SEND ... ... ...cc 38.66 17.50 773 35.43 +47.8SensataT ST ... ... 18 57.40 46.90 50.49 -1.2Senseon n SENS ... ... ... 2.48 Sensient SXT 1.32 1.7 25 80.98 65.56 236 76.54 +4.6SequansC SQNS ... ... ...dd 3.50 1.39 134 1.43 -25.1Seritage n SRG 1.00 2.1 ... 51.89 34.07 359 48.70 +20.4Seritge pfA SRGpA 1.75 7.0 ... 25.30 20.02 6 25.00 +2.7ServiceCp SCI .68 1.6 29 44.21 33.16 1552 43.71 +17.1ServiceMst SERV ... ... 35 62.27 43.75 1355 61.18 +19.3ServcNow NOW ... ... ...dd 206.30 110.17 2061 193.12 +48.1Servotr SVT .16e 1.5 ...cc 12.80 8.50 3 10.85 -2.5ShakeShk n SHAK ... ... 80 70.12 31.09 377 58.59 +35.6ShawCm g SJR 1.18 ... ... 23.44 18.50 331 19.34 -15.3ShellMidst SHLX 1.46f 6.7 18 31.19 19.42 492 21.67 -27.3Sherwin SHW 3.44 .7 35 479.64 345.87 889 466.60 +13.8ShinhanFn SHG ... ... ... 50.37 36.35 85 38.94 -16.1ShipFin SFL 1.40 10.1 12 15.98 13.50 494 13.85 -10.6Shopify n SHOP ... ... ...dd 176.60 89.35 893 162.18 +60.6Shutterstk SSTK 3.00e ... 44 55.76 32.50 144 53.13 +23.5SibanyeG SBGL .14r 5.6 ... 5.44 2.02 4082 2.51 -48.3SiderurNac SID ... ... ... 3.53 1.91 1275 2.10 -14.3SierraMt n SMTS ... ... ... 3.00 2.13 34 2.55 +2.8Sifco SIF ... ... ...dd 7.95 4.80 0 5.80 -12.8SignetJwlrs SIG 1.24f 1.9 ...dd 77.94 33.11 1485 64.55 +14.1Silvrbow n SBOW ... ... ... 34.76 21.53 15 29.02 -2.4SlvrcpMt n SVM .02 ... 51 3.12 2.12 364 2.54 -3.1SimonProp SPG 8.00f 4.5 24 186.03 145.78 1212 176.67 +2.9Simon pfJ SPGpJ 4.19 6.0 ... 77.98 66.50 70.22 -1.8SimpsnM SSD .88 1.2 38 78.36 47.25 353 73.48 +28.0SinopcShg SHI ... ... ... 74.09 54.54 13 57.87 +1.5Siteone n SITE ... ... 74 95.49 55.61 601 80.41 +4.8SixFlags SIX 3.12 4.5 22 73.38 57.50 1124 69.04 +3.7Skechers s SKX ... ... 15 43.08 23.80 1516 27.10 -28.4Skyline SKY ... ... 51 34.78 10.31 33.39 +159.8Smart&Fnl SFS ... ... 25 10.00 4.45 272 6.45 -24.6Smartsh n SMAR ... ... ... 33.98 18.06 215 30.56 +56.7Smith&N SNN .61e 1.7 65 40.41 33.79 208 36.86 +5.3SmithAO s AOS .72 1.2 30 68.39 56.30 1176 58.12 -5.2Smucker SJM 3.40f 3.1 13 133.38 96.13 629 108.70 -12.5SnapInc A n SNAP ... ... ...dd 21.22 8.67 33995 8.95 -38.7SnapOn SNA 3.28 1.8 17 189.46 141.63 419 185.86 +6.6SocCapH n IPOA ... ... ... 10.85 9.83 12 9.90 -1.9SocCapH un IPOA/U ... ... ... 11.58 10.02 10 10.24 -3.4SocQ&M SQM .99e 2.1 26 64.20 40.91 476 47.58 -19.9Sogou n SOGO ... ... ...cc 15.50 7.21 803 7.79 -32.7Sol-Wind n SLWD ... ... ... SolarOilf n SOI ... ... ... 23.98 12.97 570 18.47 -13.7Solitario XPL ... ... ...dd .74 .33 122 .36 -40.0SonicAut SAH .24 1.2 11 23.60 17.20 124 20.35 +10.3SonocoP SON 1.64f 2.9 23 58.69 46.55 365 56.51 +6.3SonyCp SNE ... ... ... 59.94 36.25 1277 56.85 +26.5Sothebys BID .40 .8 17 60.16 44.08 346 48.11 -6.8SourcC SOR 1.00 2.5 ...q 42.97 39.00 11 40.35 -1.0sSoJerInd s SJI 1.12 3.1 ...dd 36.10 25.96 819 35.88 +14.9SthcrssEn SXE ... ... ...dd 2.45 .43 86 .64 -62.4SCEd pfB SCEpB 1.02 5.0 ... 24.99 20.10 20.51 -10.8SCEd pfC SCEpC 1.06 4.9 ... 25.25 20.30 3 21.75 -8.3SCEd pfD SCEpD 1.08 4.9 ... 26.00 20.92 0 22.01 -8.7SCEd pfE SCEpE 1.20 5.0 ... 27.56 22.73 6 23.81 -6.3SouthnCo SO 2.40 5.5 21 53.51 42.38 9161 43.83 -8.9SouthCo 75 SOJA 1.56 6.0 ... 27.42 25.60 26 25.94 -3.9SouthCo ef SOJB ... ... ... 26.25 23.71 50 24.02 -6.5SouthCo77 n SOJC 1.31 5.5 ... 25.78 23.25 39 23.75 -6.7SthnCopper SCCO .23e .5 31 58.09 38.34 630 43.43 -8.5SwstAirl LUV .64 1.0 11 66.99 49.93 4458 62.06 -5.2SwtGas SWX 2.08 2.6 24 86.87 62.54 126 78.53 -2.4SwGA Fn SGB .48 2.1 17 26.04 19.39 0 23.30 -2.9SwstnEngy SWN ... ... 7 6.72 3.42 17158 5.73 +2.7SprkNtSE wi LOV ... ... ... 15.40 10.15 5 11.65 -7.9Sparton SPA ... ... 16 23.43 11.96 135 14.48 -37.2SpdFosFr n EFAX ... ... ... 77.82 67.78 3 70.49 -3.3SpdDbShDu STOT ... ... ... 49.81 47.00 3 48.70 -1.4SpdEmFos EEMX ... ... ... 76.80 59.99 1 62.39 -10.6SpdDbEMk EMTL ... ... ... 52.27 47.87 14 48.36 -4.0SpecOpps SPE 1.19e 2.3 ...q 16.20 14.48 19 15.02 +.9SpcOpp pfB SPEpB .88 3.4 ... 26.54 24.48 0 25.52 -1.3SpectraEP SEP 3.06f 8.2 11 45.70 29.89 367 37.40 -5.4SpectrmB SPB 1.68 2.0 15 126.66 60.13 82.53 -26.6SpeedM TRK .60 3.4 19 23.47 16.46 20 17.71 -6.1SpF LgCap n FMDG ... ... ... 33.20 26.89 29.46 +5.2SpinMedT n FFIU ... ... ... 25.15 23.30 5 24.29 -2.1Spire SR 2.25 3.1 21 82.85 60.09 189 73.60 -2.1SpiritAero SPR .48 .5 20 105.20 76.00 670 92.86 +6.4SpiritAir SAVE ... ... 19 49.63 33.26 1454 46.45 +3.6SpirMTA n SMTA ... ... ... 11.28 8.90 117 11.05 +21.2SpiritRltC SRC .50f 6.2 18 8.53 6.58 6157 8.05 +4.7SpiritR pfA SRCpA 1.50 6.5 ... 26.40 20.25 7 22.95 -7.6Spotify n SPOT ... ... ...dd 198.99 135.51 1151 176.97 +18.8SpragueRs SRLP 2.67f 9.7 19 29.00 21.80 17 27.55 +13.8Sprint S ... ... 4 8.30 4.81 8585 6.38 +8.3SprottSilv PSLV ... ... ...q 6.58 5.00 477 5.18 -18.3SprottGold PHYS ... ... ...q 11.15 9.35 239 9.61 -9.3SprottPPP SPPP ... ... ... 9.91 7.21 13 8.75 -6.3SprottRL g SILU ... ... ... 1.25 Square n SQ ... ... ... 92.92 27.21 8143 86.04 +148.2STAG Indl STAG 1.39 5.1 37 29.07 22.42 841 27.42 +.3STAG pfB STAGpB 1.66 6.7 ... 25.92 24.91 24.76 -1.9STAG pfC STAGpC ... ... ... 27.08 24.76 1 25.96 -.8StageStrs SSI .20 10.2 ...dd 3.25 1.60 55 1.96 +16.7SP Matls XLB .98e 1.6 ...q 64.17 55.21 4601 59.71 -1.4sSP HlthC XLV 1.01e 1.1 ...q 94.57 78.74 5137 94.46 +14.2SP CnSt XLP 1.28e 2.4 ...q 58.95 48.76 10649 54.18 -4.8SP Consum XLY 1.12e 1.0 ...q 118.08 89.06 4842 116.16 +17.7SP Engy XLE 2.04e 2.7 ...q 79.42 64.45 12660 76.20 +5.5SPDR Fncl XLF .46e 1.6 ...q 30.33 25.23 47982 28.42 +1.8SP Inds XLI 1.12e 1.4 ...q 80.96 70.03 11991 78.63 +3.9SP Tech XLK .78e 1.0 ...q 76.03 57.57 17257 74.98 +17.2SpdrRESel XLRE ... ... ...q 34.13 29.17 2862 32.50 -1.3SP Util XLU 1.55e 2.9 ...q 57.23 47.37 13512 52.59 -.2StdMotor SMP .84 1.7 29 52.29 40.56 36 50.44 +12.3Standex SXI .72 .7 34 114.20 89.40 44 107.55 +5.6StanBlkDk SWK 2.64f 1.7 21 176.62 130.56 2333 151.49 -10.7StanB&D 52 SWJ 1.44 5.7 ... 26.10 24.88 21 25.09 -.5StanBlD un SWP ... ... ... 128.00 104.21 8 112.57 -8.3Stantec g STN .55 ... 15 29.25 24.05 24 25.45 -8.9StarGas SGU .47f 4.8 15 11.35 8.74 33 9.76 -9.2Starret SCX .40 6.3 20 9.40 5.80 9 6.30 -26.7Startek SRT ... ... 46 14.27 5.35 92 6.46 -35.2StarwdPT STWD 1.92 8.8 12 23.04 19.47 2086 21.88 +2.5StateStr STT 1.68 1.9 14 114.27 82.43 1909 87.05 -10.8StateSt pfC STTpC ... ... ... 25.57 24.01 12 24.75 -1.8StateSt pfD STTpD ... ... ... 28.96 26.00 33 26.44 -3.7StaStCp pfG STTpG ... ... ... 28.45 25.50 17 25.75 -5.1StateSt pfE STTpE ... ... ... 26.96 25.45 77 25.56 -3.4Statoil ASA STO .92e 3.4 ... 27.35 19.71 27.14 +26.7SteelPtrs SPLP 1.50 8.8 8 20.70 15.90 0 17.00 -13.0SteelPr pfA SPLPpA ... ... ... 23.22 19.75 20 22.80 +7.8Steelcse SCS .54 2.9 ... 19.35 13.10 1698 18.80 +23.7StellusCap SCM 1.36 9.8 10 14.29 11.07 52 13.89 +5.7StellCap22 SCA 1.44 5.7 ... 25.60 24.78 0 25.26 -.3Stepan SCL .90f 1.0 22 90.96 68.09 49 88.72 +12.3Steris plc STE 1.36f 1.2 29 117.48 82.88 281 114.11 +30.5SterlingBc STL .28 1.2 14 26.50 21.48 2343 22.75 -7.5SterlBc pfA STLpA ... ... ... 26.85 25.65 2 26.64 +1.2StewInfo STC 1.20 2.7 24 47.37 35.50 138 45.19 +6.8StifelFin SF .48f .9 17 68.76 50.44 259 54.05 -9.3Stifel pfA SFpA 1.56 6.2 ... 27.73 24.50 11 25.34 -6.4Stif 47 ef SFB ... ... ... 26.20 23.25 6 24.23 -2.8StoneHEM EDF 2.16 16.6 ...q 17.28 12.43 58 13.03 -18.1StonHEmM EDI 1.81 14.7 ...q 16.45 11.72 35 12.34 -20.7StoneMor STON 1.32 27.4 ... 7.20 3.44 45 4.82 -26.5Stonerdg SRI ... ... 21 37.69 18.66 431 29.62 +29.6StoreCap STOR 1.32f 4.7 24 29.52 22.51 1623 27.92 +7.2StratALL36 GJT .29 1.4 ... 21.85 19.60 21.25 +6.3Strat D35 GJP .74 3.2 ... 23.69 22.02 22.76 -.8StratGS33 GJS .32 1.5 ... 24.89 19.41 3 21.77 +7.5StratNWS95 GJV 1.75 6.8 ... 26.72 25.05 1 25.90 +.1StratPG34 GJR .27 1.2 ... 23.46 21.17 23.14 +5.1StratUSM GJH .64 6.5 ... 10.95 9.37 0 9.90 -1.5StratWMT GJO .22 .9 ... 23.49 21.77 2 23.25 +4.5Stryker SYK 1.88 1.1 30 179.84 138.94 1211 176.08 +13.7SturmRug RGR 1.36f 2.1 23 69.25 43.00 125 66.30 +18.7SubPpne SPH 2.40 10.2 34 27.05 21.85 187 23.50 -3.0SumitMitsu SMFG ... ... ... 9.67 7.58 591 8.18 -5.9SummitHtl INN .72 5.4 12 16.39 12.77 510 13.27 -12.9SumtH pfC INNpC 1.78 7.1 ... 25.79 25.14 24.90 -2.0SummtH pfD INNpD 1.61 6.6 ... 27.58 23.50 3 24.40 -4.3SumHP pfE INNpE ... ... ... 26.25 22.82 4 23.07 -10.1SumtMtls n SUM .29t ... 18 34.06 18.47 2284 18.77 -40.3SummitMP SMLP 2.30 15.3 ...dd 22.95 13.10 288 15.05 -26.6SunCmts SUI 2.84 2.8 ...cc 103.74 80.12 384 101.27 +9.2SunLfFn g SLF 1.90 ... ... 44.50 38.10 350 40.22 -2.5SunCokeE SXC .99e ... 6 14.32 8.42 191 11.64 -2.9SunCokeEn SXCP 1.60m 10.2 9 21.95 14.70 117 15.65 -10.3Suncor g SU 1.44 ... ... 42.55 31.33 3324 39.54 +7.7SunlOnl n STG ... ... ...dd 14.08 5.05 49 6.14 -44.7SunLink SSY ... ... ...dd 2.08 1.22 1 1.27 -20.1SunocoLP SUN 3.30 11.7 7 33.11 24.46 320 28.29 -.4SunstnHtl SHO .20 1.2 19 17.60 14.09 1578 16.29 -1.5SunstHt pfE SHOpE ... ... ... 27.15 24.65 1 26.20 +.3SunstHt pfF SHOpF 1.61 6.4 ... 26.49 23.60 25.25 -2.4Suntech STP ... ... ... .54 SunTrst STI 2.00f 2.9 13 75.08 56.30 2180 70.09 +8.5SunTr wtB STI/WS/B ... ... ... 25.36 13.15 24.38 +16.6SunTr wtA STI/WS/A ... ... ... 35.62 23.35 34.28 +7.2SunTr pfA STIpA 1.50 6.5 ... 25.37 22.85 37 23.05 -6.3SunTr pfE STIpE 1.47 6.0 ... 25.79 25.06 24.70 -2.1sSupDrillg SDPI ... ... ...dd 3.19 .72 401 3.33 +126.5SupEnrgy SPN .32 3.3 ...dd 12.73 7.66 2363 9.83 +2.1SuperiorInd SUP .36 2.0 27 22.95 12.70 110 17.80 +19.9Supvalu rs SVU ... ... 16 32.40 13.60 406 32.30 +49.5SuthrlAs n SLD 1.60f 9.5 35 17.30 13.55 56 16.85 +11.2SuthrAsM23 SLDA 1.75 6.7 ... 26.58 24.58 0 26.28 +2.5SwEBioFu23 FUE ... ... ... 8.34 5.58 5.58 -20.3SwEGrain23 GRU ... ... ... 3.89 3.22 0 3.33 -.4SwRCmETR RJN ... ... ... 3.72 1.87 5 3.40 +21.7SwRCmMTR RJZ ... ... ... 9.20 7.45 2 7.84 -12.2SwLgCap22 EEH ... ... ...q 20.52 18.66 20.43 +4.4SwRCmATR RJA ... ... ... 6.48 5.58 50 5.72 -4.7SwERCmTR RJI ... ... ... 5.96 5.02 437 5.58 +3.3SwisHelv SWZ .64e .3 ...q 13.74 8.47 41 8.60 -32.6Switch n SWCH .03e ... ... 20.45 10.00 942 10.85 -40.4Synchrony SYF .84f 2.5 12 40.59 28.64 3548 33.04 -14.4tSynnex SNX 1.40 1.5 12 141.94 92.22 305 92.05 -32.3Synovs pfC SNVpC 1.97 7.9 ... 27.04 25.28 24.94 -4.5SynovusFn SNV 1.00 2.1 17 57.40 43.68 1161 47.27 -1.4SynthBio rs SYN ... ... ... 36.75 3.54 Sysco SYY 1.44 2.0 29 75.98 52.30 2340 72.95 +20.1Systemax SYX .22 .6 33 47.75 24.39 79 34.11 +2.5T -TAL Educ s TAL ... ... ...cc 47.63 24.86 2950 26.35 -11.3TC PpLn TCP 2.60 8.3 10 57.08 22.64 196 31.28 -41.1TCF Fncl TCF .60 2.4 16 27.34 16.33 1113 24.87 +21.3 TCF Fn wt TCF/WS ... ... ... 5.45 1.60 5.30 +34.4TCF deo pfC TCFpD ... ... ... 26.06 23.92 13 24.17 -6.1TCF F pfC TCFpC 1.61 6.4 ... 26.19 25.30 25.10 -2.3TCW Strat TSI .21 3.7 ...q 6.01 5.34 84 5.60 -4.6TE Connect TEL 1.76 1.9 26 108.23 80.93 1806 90.58 -4.7THL Crd21 TCRX ... ... ... 26.31 25.07 1 25.30 +.4THLCred22 TCRZ 1.69 6.7 ... 26.98 25.30 1 25.40 -2.0THLCSenL TSLF 1.32 7.9 ...q 17.83 16.30 18 16.70 -.9TIM Part TSU .28e 2.0 ... 23.12 13.82 641 14.26 -26.2TJX TJX 1.56 1.4 23 111.91 66.44 2693 109.72 +43.5TPG Pace n TPGE ... ... ... 13.00 9.67 12.30 +26.3TPG Pac n TPGH ... ... ... 10.20 9.67 1 10.04 +3.2TPG RE n TRTX 1.72 8.5 16 21.05 18.22 308 20.25 +6.3TPG SpLnd TSLX 1.56 7.6 9 21.15 17.00 322 20.56 +3.8TableauA DATA ... ... ...dd 118.08 68.37 718 110.96 +60.3TahoeRes TAHO .24 8.3 ... 5.86 2.55 4663 2.88 -39.9TailorBr TLRD .72 2.9 12 35.94 13.11 1080 25.23 +15.6Taiwan TWN ... ... ...q 22.25 18.93 9 19.28 -7.6TaiwSemi TSM .73e 1.6 20 46.57 35.35 8229 44.89 +13.2Takung n TKAT ... ... 27 5.05 .68 19 1.09 -56.6TallgELP n TEGP 1.95f 8.6 ...dd 28.94 17.14 2343 22.66 -12.0TalosEn rs TALO ... ... ...dd 40.16 23.58 127 32.54 +1.2StneEn wt SGY/WS ... ... ... 7.50 2.65 7.21 +44.2TangerFac SKT 1.40f 6.3 11 26.73 19.86 2702 22.39 -15.5TanzRy g TRX ... ... ... .68 .24 89 .36 +29.5Tapestry TPR 1.35 2.7 31 55.50 38.70 2581 49.33 +11.5TargaRes TRGP 3.64 6.5 ... 56.74 39.59 2865 55.69 +15.0TargaR pfA NGLSpA 2.25 8.3 ... 27.49 26.06 4 27.13 +2.5Target TGT 2.56 2.9 15 90.39 54.04 3463 87.24 +33.7TaroPhrm TARO ... ... 10 128.46 93.01 19 98.63 -5.8Taseko TGB ... ... ... 2.46 .68 711 .82 -64.8TataCom TCL ... ... ... 6.62 tTataMotors TTM ... ... ... 35.47 16.86 2149 16.54 -50.0Taubmn TCO 2.62f 4.5 20 66.61 44.78 717 58.75 -10.2Taub pfJ TCOpJ 1.63 6.5 ... 25.77 23.61 2 25.00 -.5Taub pfK TCOpK 1.56 6.3 ... 26.16 22.72 0 24.80 -1.7TaylorMH TMHC ... ... 12 28.42 18.60 703 19.15 -21.7Team TISI ... ... ...dd 25.55 11.45 503 21.40 +43.6Technip FTI .13 ... 18 35.00 24.53 3264 31.76 +1.4TeckRes g TECK .16e ... ... 30.80 20.06 2324 24.70 -5.6Teekay TK .22 3.4 ...dd 10.90 6.25 512 6.49 -30.4TeekLNG TGP .56 3.6 77 21.65 14.70 454 15.35 -23.8TeekLN pfA TGPpA 2.25 8.9 ... 26.36 24.20 9 25.35 +.4TeekOffsh TOO .04m 1.7 78 3.12 2.14 150 2.33 -1.3TeekOf pfA TOOpA 1.81 8.5 ... 24.49 20.30 5 21.21 -8.1TeekOf pfB TOOpB 2.13 8.9 ... 26.00 22.23 5 23.83 -4.1TeekOf pfE TOOpE 2.22 9.1 ... 25.45 23.75 11 24.50 -2.2TeekayTnk TNK .21 20.8 14 1.95 .94 594 1.01 -27.9Tegna TGNA .28 2.4 6 15.60 10.00 1196 11.85 -15.8TejonRnch TRC ... ... ...cc 26.25 18.59 113 21.99 +5.9TeklaHlth HQH 1.92e 8.4 ...q 25.85 20.36 89 22.94 +1.7TeklaHcrOp THQ 1.35a 7.2 ...q 19.00 16.02 143 18.73 +6.9TeklaLfSci HQL 1.95e 9.7 ...q 22.24 18.01 61 20.10 +2.4TeklaWH n THW 1.40 10.1 ...q 14.83 12.47 82 13.87 +1.9TelInstEl TIK ... ... ...dd 6.35 2.05 7 2.85 +9.6sTeladoc n TDOC ... ... ... 79.64 27.35 1446 78.50 +125.3Telaria n TLRA ... ... ...dd 5.30 3.42 103 3.81 -5.5TlcmArg TEO .71e 3.7 ... 40.19 15.26 308 18.98 -48.2TelItalia TI ... ... ... 11.28 5.80 153 6.53 -24.3TelItaliaA TI/A .30e 5.2 ... 9.60 5.32 45 5.76 -20.1Teledyne TDY ... ... 38 250.87 158.41 115 243.77 +34.6Teleex TFX 1.36 .5 33 288.78 227.52 320 268.97 +8.1TelefBrasil VIV .64e 6.8 11 17.33 9.25 1137 9.39 -36.7TelefEsp TEF 1.20e 14.9 ... 10.92 7.70 1469 8.00 -17.4TelData TDS .64 2.1 10 31.01 23.54 373 30.00 +7.9TelData45 TDI 1.66 6.6 ... 26.59 23.29 2 25.07 -1.9TelData 61 TDA 1.47 6.1 ... 25.64 23.11 8 24.02 -3.5TelData60 TDJ 1.75 7.0 ... 25.90 23.95 17 25.15 -.5TelData59 TDE 1.72 6.9 ... 25.99 24.26 13 25.09 -.9Telus gs TU 2.10 ... ... 38.50 34.28 291 36.37 -4.0TmpDrgn TDF 4.00e 2.5 ...q 24.65 18.59 432 19.39 -9.9TmpEMF EMF 1.28e 2.1 ...q 18.00 13.71 54 14.53 -11.5TmpEMI TEI .80a 8.0 ...q 11.98 9.78 192 10.00 -10.5TmpGlb GIM .30 4.9 ...q 6.77 5.97 354 6.08 -5.9TempurSly TPX ... ... 15 68.05 41.10 939 53.46 -14.7Tenaris TS .69e 2.1 ... 40.64 25.91 954 32.99 +3.5TenetHlth THC ... ... ...dd 39.74 12.25 763 28.58 +88.5Tengsco TGC ... ... ...dd 2.47 .57 901 1.43 +78.8Tennant TNC .84 1.1 ...cc 86.03 59.00 98 73.05 +.6Tenneco TEN 1.00 2.2 7 65.59 41.26 436 44.59 -23.8TVA 28 TVC .96 3.9 ... 25.97 23.29 14 24.93 -.7TVA 29 TVE .84 3.4 ... 26.98 23.22 4 24.38 -2.5Teradata TDC ... ... 23 44.27 31.77 671 38.43 -.1Teradyn TER .36 .9 29 50.68 32.06 1467 38.45 -8.2Terex TEX .40 1.0 36 50.17 35.30 754 41.12 -14.7Ternium TX 1.10e 3.8 9 42.43 25.52 279 29.23 -7.5TerraNitro TNH 5.15e 6.1 10 89.60 76.18 83.96 +5.2TerrenoRlt TRNO .96f 2.6 31 39.27 31.56 253 36.61 +4.4TetraTech TTI ... ... ...dd 5.11 2.55 597 4.50 +5.4TeucrCorn CORN ... ... ...q 18.60 15.39 189 16.03 -4.4TeucrSug CANE ... ... ...q 10.00 6.51 155 6.68 -31.7TeucrWht WEAT ... ... ...q 7.33 5.80 105 6.43 +7.1TeucrSoyb SOYB ... ... ...q 19.47 15.26 27 15.75 -11.9TeucrmAgs TAGS ... ... ...q 25.70 20.08 20.08 -9.1TevaPhrm TEVA .73e 3.1 11 25.96 10.85 9954 23.86 +25.9TexPacLd TPL .29f ... ...cc 874.00 377.96 6 834.68 +86.9Textainer TGH .96 7.0 57 26.50 13.44 199 13.65 -36.5Textron TXT .08 .1 39 72.76 51.07 851 71.36 +26.1Thai TTF .25e ... ...q 11.31 9.38 11.27 +4.7sThermoFis TMO .68 .3 30 244.37 181.51 1009 242.15 +27.5Thermon THR ... ... 53 27.95 17.36 94 26.03 +10.0ThirdPtRe TPRE ... ... 11 17.10 12.28 610 13.05 -10.9ThomsonR TRI 1.38 3.0 19 48.61 36.52 3688 45.44 +4.2tThor Inds THO 1.48 1.7 11 161.48 87.62 2250 86.87 -42.43D Sys DDD ... ... ...dd 21.78 7.92 1555 19.19 +122.13M Co MMM 5.44 2.5 30 259.77 190.57 2039 213.51 -9.3Tidwtr TDW 1.00 3.2 ...dd 35.98 23.52 158 31.24 +28.0Tidwtr wtA TDW/WS/A ... ... ... Tidwtr wtB TDW/WS/B ... ... ... TierREIT n TIER .72 3.2 ...dd 24.98 17.04 254 22.83 +12.0Tiffany TIF 2.20 1.8 35 141.64 87.87 1123 125.59 +20.8Tillys TLYS ... ... 45 25.46 10.72 521 18.72 +26.8Timken TKR 1.12 2.2 20 55.65 41.85 457 51.45 +4.7TimknSteel TMST ... ... ...dd 20.24 12.54 131 14.34 -5.6Titan Intl TWI .02 .3 ...dd 14.53 6.71 320 7.81 -39.4TollBros TOL .44 1.3 10 52.73 33.47 2400 35.12 -26.9Tompkins TMP 1.92 2.3 20 91.99 74.06 28 82.91 +1.9TootsieR TR .36b 1.3 26 37.48 27.45 191 28.60 -19.1TopBuild n BLD ... ... 25 87.21 60.11 327 61.51 -18.8Torchmark TMK .64 .7 7 93.60 78.16 521 88.09 -2.9Trchmk pfC TMKpC ... ... ... 27.43 25.44 22 25.72 -3.9Toro Co s TTC .80 1.3 25 67.81 56.60 366 61.76 -5.3TorDBk gs TD 2.68 ... ... 75.46 54.66 1688 61.34 +4.7MonTNAPpl TPYP .45p ... ...q 24.70 20.22 85 23.64 +1.2TortWat n TBLU ... ... ... 30.84 26.95 1 29.01 -2.7TortEnInd NDP 1.75 13.9 ...q 14.48 10.70 17 12.63 -4.9TortEnInf TYG 2.62 9.6 ...q 32.40 24.24 167 27.36 -5.9TortMLP NTG 1.69 10.5 ...q 21.09 14.91 263 16.14 -8.1TortPplE TTP 1.63m 9.4 ...q 20.21 15.55 48 17.38 -7.6TortPw&E TPZ 1.65 8.6 ...q 21.77 17.51 59 19.16 -7.0Total SA TOT 2.71e 4.2 ... 65.69 52.95 2775 64.11 +16.0TotalSys TSS .52 .5 25 100.39 64.56 865 98.18 +24.1TowerIntl TOWR .48 1.5 14 36.65 24.25 57 31.15 +2.0TownsqMda TSQ .30 3.6 11 10.59 6.03 55 8.45 +10.0Toyota TM ... ... ... 140.99 118.82 118 124.00 -2.5TrCda g TRP 2.76 6.7 15 51.07 39.16 1003 41.01 -15.7sTransEntx TRXC ... ... ...dd 6.84 1.20 8797 6.87 +256.0TransUn n TRU .30 .4 29 79.48 44.91 3366 73.65 +34.0Trnsalta g TAC .23 ... ... 6.40 4.75 22 5.50 -7.6TrnsatlPet TAT ... ... ...dd 2.18 .60 46 1.60 +15.1TrnsRty TCI .20p ... ...dd 52.00 23.90 1 31.26 -.2TransDigm TDG 24.00 ... 24 377.67 252.35 150 365.71 +33.2TrnsMont TLP 3.18f 8.3 16 43.99 33.98 10 38.50 -2.4Transocn RIG ... ... ...dd 14.34 8.70 23323 13.78 +29.0TrGasSur TGS ... ... ...cc 24.22 10.72 565 16.05 -27.8Travelers TRV 3.08f 2.3 18 150.55 120.74 1054 132.83 -2.1Travelport TVPT .30 1.8 ... 20.30 12.10 608 16.59 +26.9TrecoraRs TREC ... ... 20 15.60 10.25 29 14.35 +6.3Tredgar TG .44 2.0 29 26.50 15.35 108 22.10 +15.1TreeHseF THS ... ... 16 68.90 36.35 565 51.40 +3.9Trex s TREX ... ... 45 90.74 41.19 327 79.58 TriPointe TPH ... ... 11 19.55 12.98 1897 13.22 -26.2TriContl TY 1.02e 3.7 ...q 28.32 25.15 46 27.85 +3.4TriCntl pf TYp 2.50 5.0 ... 52.95 48.56 0 50.44 +.1TribMda A TRCO 1.00 2.6 12 43.71 31.61 779 37.82 -10.9TrilogyMtl TMQ ... ... ... 2.02 .69 45 1.91 +75.2TrimShrk n TTAC ... ... ... 38.86 30.50 23 38.17 +13.2TrimAllC n TTAI ... ... ... 29.03 25.50 1 26.81 -1.4TriNetGrp TNET ... ... 35 60.15 32.73 401 53.46 +20.6Trinity TRN .52 1.4 8 39.19 30.04 1755 37.15 -.8TrinityPlce TPHS ... ... ... 7.59 5.86 5 6.03 -13.2Trinseo SA TSE 1.60f 2.1 9 85.35 66.20 242 76.00 +4.7TrioTch TRT ... ... 13 8.47 4.04 7 4.27 -39.1TriplePtV TPVG 1.44 10.8 8 14.15 11.12 508 13.35 +5.2TripPt22 n TPVY ... ... ... 26.99 24.77 2 25.42 -1.8Triple-S GTS ... ... 19 44.01 20.01 115 21.02 -15.4TritonInt n TRTN 2.08 5.5 ... 43.85 27.76 233 37.68 +.6TriumphGp TGI .16 .7 5 34.58 17.75 395 22.70 -16.5tTronox TROX .18 1.4 40 28.40 12.80 1689 12.91 -37.1TrueBlue TBI ... ... 15 29.85 21.30 206 25.00 -9.1Tsakos TNP .20 6.0 ... 4.86 3.11 183 3.35 -14.3TsakE pfB TNPpB 2.00 7.9 ... 25.77 24.80 0 25.19 -.4Tsakos pfC TNPpC 2.22 8.8 ... 26.05 25.00 3 25.17 -1.3Tsakos pfD TNPpD 2.19 9.0 ... 26.65 24.04 1 24.25 -2.1TsaksE p E TNPpE ... ... ... 25.89 24.53 3 24.74 -1.9Tuppwre TUP 2.72 8.2 ...dd 66.26 31.08 745 33.12 -47.2Turkcell TKC ... ... ... 11.29 3.93 2266 4.77 -53.2TurnPtBr n TPB .16 .4 ... 44.13 15.34 121 41.46 +96.2TurqHillRs TRQ ... ... 19 3.59 2.12 6236 2.13 -37.9TutorPerini TPC ... ... 11 29.90 17.55 245 19.85 -21.722ndCentry XXII ... ... ...dd 4.44 1.92 1068 2.73 -2.5Twilio n TWLO ... ... ... 87.91 23.25 1808 83.36 +253.2Twitter TWTR ... ... ...dd 47.79 16.57 20181 28.60 +19.1TwoHrb pfA TWOpA 2.03 7.6 ... 28.17 25.38 3 26.72 -2.0TwoHrb pfB TWOpB 1.91 7.4 ... 27.06 24.54 1 25.80 -1.8TwoHrbI rs TWO 1.88 12.3 6 16.83 13.85 1768 15.26 -6.2TwoHrIn pfC TWOpC ... ... ... 25.38 23.26 6 24.66 -1.7TylerTech TYL ... ... 58 252.47 168.12 156 245.86 +38.9Tyson TSN 1.20 2.0 11 84.65 56.79 1911 60.99 -24.8U -UBS 3xLCr WTIU ... ... ... 41.02 13.69 14 39.95 +69.7tUBS 3xInvC WTID ... ... ... 28.52 6.27 22 6.14 -59.8VelDlyIn n EXIV ... ... ... 61.00 26.21 2 36.81 -23.9VelLngVS n EVIX ... ... ... 18.13 8.27 8.47 -29.4UBS FILCG FBGX ... ... ...q 297.93 161.21 2 295.36 +30.0UBS2xSPDiv SDYL 3.40e 3.7 ...q 92.80 59.18 0 92.66 +8.4UBS Grp UBS .69e 4.2 ... 20.89 14.89 1064 16.40 -10.8UDR UDR 1.29 3.2 25 41.04 32.88 1842 39.98 +3.8UGI Corp UGI 1.04 1.9 12 55.94 42.51 570 54.67 +16.4UMH Prop UMH .72 4.7 21 16.69 11.38 145 15.42 +3.5UMH pfB UMHpB 2.00 7.6 ... 28.10 25.92 4 26.30 -3.7UMH pfC UMHpC 1.69 6.8 ... 28.46 24.56 9 24.90 -8.3UQM Tech UQM ... ... ...dd 1.79 .89 62 1.31 -5.8US FdsHl n USFD ... ... 20 40.92 25.43 2874 30.98 -3.0US Geoth rs HTM ... ... ...cc 5.50 3.11 5.45 +58.0USPhysTh USPH .92 .8 61 129.65 59.05 91 118.10 +63.6US Silica SLCA .25 1.2 26 38.70 19.02 1452 20.08 -38.3US XprE n USX ... ... ... 16.94 16.05 16.62 -.4 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 8 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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USA Cmp USAC 2.10 12.8 ...dd 19.33 15.48 216 16.46 -.5Usaa USA Vl ULVM ... ... ... 55.24 48.81 2 53.70 +3.3Usaa SCVal USVM ... ... ... 57.34 47.00 7 55.56 +9.5USAA IntlVl UIVM ... ... ... 55.54 46.76 2 49.26 -4.2Usaa EMVl UEVM ... ... ... 56.13 43.69 1 45.69 -11.1Usaa STrBd USTB ... ... ... 54.88 49.34 49.51 -1.1Usaa IntBd UITB ... ... ... 50.30 48.07 0 48.13 -4.1USANA s USNA ... ... 28 137.95 56.10 118 122.35 +65.2USCF Oil n USOU ... ... ... 80.79 26.00 17 77.09 +79.3tUSCF ShOil USOD ... ... ... 20.60 4.47 14 4.38 -61.3USCF shpei BUY ... ... ... 28.76 23.45 27.95 +10.3USCF shpen BUYN ... ... ... 28.15 23.45 28.07 +8.3USD Ptrs USDP 1.42f 14.7 ... 12.00 9.65 43 9.65 -14.2USG USG ... ... 24 43.47 31.30 652 43.27 +12.2Ultrapar UGP .55e 6.0 ... 26.48 8.88 834 9.13 -59.8UndrArm s UAA ... ... 36 24.70 11.40 5138 20.69 +43.4UnAr C wi UA ... ... ... 22.68 10.36 2053 18.84 +41.4tUni UFI ... ... 13 39.21 28.10 55 28.30 -21.1UniFirst UNF .45f .3 22 193.05 144.00 73 173.35 +5.1UnilevNV UN 1.43e 2.6 ... 61.62 51.56 747 55.69 -1.1Unilever UL 1.48e 2.7 ... 60.13 50.74 764 55.05 -.5UnionAc un LTN/U ... ... ... 10.45 10.00 2 10.40 +3.6UnionPac UNP 3.20f 2.0 11 165.63 108.71 4956 163.18 +21.7UniqueF n UFAB .60 7.4 10 9.70 7.05 6 8.11 +9.3Unisys UIS ... ... ...dd 20.50 7.20 1099 20.10 +146.6Unit UNT ... ... 13 29.06 16.17 597 24.94 +13.4UtdMicro UMC .09e 3.6 ... 3.14 2.32 388 2.52 +5.4UPS B UPS 3.64 3.1 20 135.53 101.45 1859 117.33 -1.5UtdRentals URI ... ... 9 190.74 131.22 780 168.07 -2.2USNatGas UNL ... ... ...q 10.15 8.54 4 9.46 +3.1sUS12MoOil USL ... ... ...q 26.38 17.61 54 26.64 +27.3sUSAntimny UAMY ... ... ... .96 .20 619 .97 +201.6US Bancrp USB 1.20 2.2 14 58.50 48.49 5242 54.42 +1.6US Bcp pfA USBpA 35.49e 3.9 ... 937.73 873.48 0 920.00 +3.6US Bcp pfH USBpH .89e 4.0 ... 24.22 21.61 47 22.44 -.6US Bcp pfM USBpM 1.63 5.9 ... 29.43 27.24 46 27.67 -2.0US Bcp pfO USBpO 1.29 5.1 ... 26.26 23.95 14 25.07 -.8US Bc pfN USBpN ... ... ... sUS Brent BNO ... ... ...q 22.42 14.75 123 22.72 +25.5US Cellular USM ... ... 57 45.00 32.06 135 43.60 +15.9US Cellu60 UZA 1.74 6.9 ... 26.20 23.80 10 25.05 -.8US Cellu 63 UZB 1.81 7.0 ... 26.75 24.46 14 25.72 US Cell64 UZC 1.81 7.0 ... 27.20 24.55 13 25.99 +.3USCmdtyFd USCI ... ... ...q 45.44 39.72 44 42.44 -.2USDslHtOil UHN ... ... ...q 21.76 16.00 20.60 +6.5US GasFd UGA ... ... ...q 36.45 27.46 36 35.40 +11.1USCoppFd CPER ... ... ...q 21.26 16.20 21 17.71 -15.9USAgriFd USAG ... ... ...q 18.21 15.53 15.53 -5.9US NGas rs UNG ... ... ...q 27.43 20.40 2788 25.08 sUS OilFd USO ... ... ...q 15.25 9.92 24686 15.25 +27.0USSteel X .20 .7 17 47.64 23.39 5875 29.43 -16.4UtdTech UTX 2.80 2.0 24 144.15 113.71 2525 140.34 +10.0UtdhlthGp UNH 3.60 1.3 24 271.16 186.00 2626 267.36 +21.3UNITIL UTL 1.46 2.8 27 53.07 40.92 61 51.47 +12.8Univar n UNVR ... ... 58 31.95 25.54 1731 30.56 -1.3UnvslCp UVV 3.00f 4.7 9 71.60 45.95 153 64.20 +22.3UnvHR UHT 2.68f 3.8 41 78.61 53.00 21 70.84 -5.7UnivHlthS UHS .40 .3 16 132.64 95.26 385 127.01 +12.1Univ Insur UVE .64a 1.3 16 48.20 21.10 202 47.90 +75.1UnvSecInst UUU ... ... ...dd 3.50 1.05 4 1.35 -20.6UnivTInst UTI .08 2.9 ...dd 3.75 2.21 20 2.79 +16.3UnumGrp UNM 1.04f 2.6 2 58.73 34.57 3068 39.83 -27.4Ur-Energy URG ... ... 80 .93 .50 1848 .80 +17.5UraniumEn UEC ... ... ...dd 2.00 .96 946 1.68 -5.1UrbnEdg n UE .88 4.1 26 26.19 19.51 1045 21.70 -14.9UrstdBid UBP 1.08f 6.4 34 18.92 15.36 3 16.90 -.3UrsBidA UBA 1.08f 5.2 38 23.94 17.20 60 20.60 -5.2UrsBid pfG UBPpG 1.69 6.7 ... 26.53 24.78 25.31 -3.7UrstBid pfH UBPpH 1.56 6.3 ... 26.88 22.97 2 24.75 -5.4V -VF Corp VFC 1.84 2.0 48 97.00 61.63 1653 91.24 +23.3VICI Pr n VICI .71e 3.3 ... 21.81 17.58 4300 21.27 +1.8VOC EnTr VOC .47e 8.7 12 6.66 3.23 35 5.41 -8.6VaalcoE EGY ... ... ... 3.38 .68 508 2.46 +252.9VailRsrt MTN 5.88 2.1 29 302.76 200.68 426 284.50 +33.9Vale SA VALE .29e 2.0 14 15.24 9.53 15070 14.79 +20.9ValeroE VLO 3.20 2.8 31 126.98 74.35 3061 114.96 +25.1ValeroEPt VLP 2.20f 6.1 13 48.66 33.25 464 36.11 -18.9Valhi VHI .08 2.9 25 9.24 2.36 147 2.74 -55.6Validus pfA VRpA ... ... ... 26.32 24.65 4 25.33 -2.3Validus pfB VRpB ... ... ... 26.23 24.62 8 25.10 -2.0VlyNBcp VLY .44 3.7 20 13.38 10.84 1803 11.76 +4.8VlyNB wt18 VLY/WS ... ... ... .28 .04 .15 +32.7VlyNBc pfA VLYpA 1.56 5.9 ... 28.49 25.83 1 26.23 -5.5VlyBcp pfB VLYpB ... ... ... 28.11 24.99 4 25.25 -4.5Valmont VMI 1.50 1.1 22 176.35 135.00 48 140.30 -15.4Valvoline n VVV .30 1.4 ... 25.63 19.86 836 21.47 -14.3VanEMGold OUNZ ... ... ...q 13.44 11.53 15 11.79 -8.2VanEGold GDX .06e .3 ...q 24.86 17.28 45805 18.80 -19.1VnE LgFl n LFEQ ... ... ... 28.51 24.56 3 28.28 +7.5VanE Grn n GRNB ... ... ... 27.50 24.66 3 25.96 -3.8VnEkSteel SLX .40e .9 ...q 51.92 39.22 34 45.51 -.7MV Pharm PPH 1.30e 2.2 ...q 58.24 VnEkHiIn rs YMLP ... ... ...q 25.49 20.51 2 21.81 -6.6VanE Env EVX .53e .5 ...q 101.30 80.34 0 97.93 +12.7VanE 12-17 n ITML ... ... ... 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159.44 127.24 57 158.55 +15.8Van500Val VOOV 2.01e 1.8 ...q 116.72 102.00 29 113.54 +3.2VanSC600V VIOV 1.66e 1.1 ...q 150.33 123.55 12 145.05 +9.6VanSC600G VIOG 1.13e .6 ...q 179.75 132.00 18 174.16 +19.3VangSC600 VIOO 1.19e .7 ...q 165.03 130.57 30 160.15 +14.9VanMC400V IVOV 1.50e 1.2 ...q 131.09 110.00 12 129.66 +6.5VanMC400G IVOG 1.16e .8 ...q 147.36 123.24 22 145.32 +9.2VanMC400 IVOO 1.57e 1.1 ...q 138.74 119.17 24 137.32 +7.4VangFTSE VEA 1.10e 2.5 ...q 47.89 41.57 7644 43.63 -2.7VangCnD VCR 2.03e 1.1 ...q 182.50 141.89 63 179.29 +15.0VangCnS VDC 3.69e 2.6 ...q 151.29 126.78 94 140.96 -3.5VangEngy VDE 2.37e 2.2 ...q 109.79 87.83 261 105.67 +6.8VangFncl VFH .90e 1.3 ...q 75.48 63.98 367 71.37 +1.9VanHC Etf VHT 1.96e 1.1 ...q 179.81 148.31 203 179.17 +16.2VangIndl VIS 2.25e 1.5 ...q 151.35 131.78 90 148.31 +4.2VangInfT VGT 1.61e .8 ...q 203.34 148.23 438 201.54 +22.3VangMat VAW 2.12e 1.6 ...q 144.65 124.99 59 134.74 -1.4VangUtil VPU 3.41e 2.9 ...q 125.54 104.82 116 117.64 +.9VangTel VOX 3.14e 3.6 ...q 95.57 81.62 248 86.14 -5.5VantageEn VEI ... ... ... VarianMed VAR ... ... 86 130.29 98.34 515 112.54 +1.3VectorGp VGR 1.60b 11.3 20 22.03 13.90 1412 14.13 -33.7Vectren VVC 1.80 2.5 28 71.74 58.00 214 71.51 +10.0Vectrus VEC ... ... 12 41.48 26.62 40 30.73 -.4VedantaLtd VEDL 1.20e 9.4 ... 21.99 11.58 816 12.70 -39.0VeevaSys VEEV ... ... ...cc 107.77 52.17 1749 105.14 +90.2tVenatorM n VNTR ... ... ... 26.90 9.64 1432 9.42 -57.4Ventas VTR 3.16 5.8 15 66.88 46.55 2597 54.63 -9.0VentasR 43 VTRB 1.36 5.5 ... 25.59 24.15 11 24.59 -2.3Veoneer n VNE ... ... ... 55.21 41.45 53.89 +26.4Vereit VER .55 7.5 ...cc 8.57 6.52 6274 7.37 -5.4Vereit pf VERpF 1.68 6.7 ... 26.10 24.43 16 25.10 -1.8Veritiv VRTV ... ... ...dd 51.00 20.35 145 37.70 +30.4VerizonCm VZ 2.41f 4.5 7 55.42 43.97 13835 53.54 +1.2VerizonC 54 VZA 1.48 5.8 ... 27.23 25.39 30 25.64 -2.8VermilnE g VET 2.03 ... ... 40.59 30.17 153 33.30 -8.3Verso Cp VRS ... ... ... 32.46 4.83 475 29.67 +68.9Versum VSM .24f .7 ... 42.74 33.06 457 36.84 -2.7ViadCorp VVI .40 .7 29 62.50 49.20 56 59.05 +6.6Vicon VII ... ... ...dd .76 .17 .21 -48.5VictSCHiD CSB .60e ... ...q 48.80 41.15 3 47.60 +6.7VinaConc VCO .66e 1.6 ... 47.99 31.95 42.02 +13.6VinceHlg rs VNCE ... ... 4 24.19 3.20 40 14.27 +130.5Vipshop VIPS ... ... 5 19.14 5.74 13195 6.05 -48.4VirnetX VHC ... ... ...dd 8.75 2.10 320 4.20 +13.5tVirDynCr n BLHY ... ... ... 25.65 24.24 19 24.54 -1.0VirShUS n VESH ... ... ... 24.70 20.86 21.20 -7.2ZweigTR ZTR .97 8.7 ...q 14.18 10.74 102 11.18 -16.6tVirtGblMSc VGI 1.87 14.4 ...q 19.46 13.01 61 13.02 -25.6Visa s V .84 .6 50 150.26 102.75 6704 149.11 +30.8VishayInt VSH .34 1.6 ...cc 26.50 17.15 693 21.55 +3.9VishayPrc VPG ... ... 28 45.00 20.50 87 38.00 +51.1VistaGold VGZ ... ... ...dd .87 .45 125 .50 -29.0VistaOutd n VSTO ... ... ...dd 23.71 12.36 548 17.26 +18.5VistraEn n VST ... ... ... 24.81 17.10 2798 23.87 +30.3VitaminSh VSI ... ... 12 13.95 2.95 869 11.10 +152.3VivintSolar VSLR ... ... 14 6.15 2.70 272 5.25 +29.6VMware VMW ... ... 41 165.00 107.12 838 153.48 +22.5sVoceraCm VCRA ... ... ...dd 35.44 22.43 227 35.72 +18.2VolarisAv VLRS ... ... ... 12.30 4.87 286 7.72 -3.7VolitionRX VNRX ... ... ... 4.00 1.44 25 2.37 -19.4VoltInfoSci VISI ... ... ...dd 4.90 2.16 44 3.55 -6.6Vonage VG ... ... ...dd 14.73 7.85 1621 13.86 +36.3Vornado VNO 2.52 3.4 26 80.30 64.14 785 73.52 -6.0Vorndo pfK VNOpK 1.43 5.8 ... 25.93 23.64 6 24.71 -2.2Vorndo pfL VNOpL 1.35 5.6 ... 25.61 22.37 5 24.11 -3.1Vornad pfM VNOpM 1.31 5.8 ... 25.45 21.57 16 22.50 -10.4Voxeljet VJET ... ... ... 6.36 3.07 48 3.90 -14.7VoyaAsPcD IAE 1.02 10.7 ...q 11.38 9.14 53 9.51 -9.3VoyaEmHi IHD .92 11.7 ...q 9.86 7.48 80 7.85 -11.8VoyaFincl VOYA .04 .1 18 55.27 38.25 1123 50.39 +1.9VoyaGlAdv IGA 1.12 9.7 ...q 11.85 10.54 35 11.60 +1.5VoyaGlbDv IGD .91 12.3 ...q 8.16 7.00 255 7.39 -4.6VoyaInfra IDE 1.46 9.4 ...q 17.66 14.25 55 15.59 -7.5VoyaIntHD IID .83 12.8 ...q 7.90 6.34 40 6.46 -14.3VoyaPrRTr PPR .29 5.8 ...q 5.25 4.93 262 4.96 -2.2VoyaNatRs IRR .81 12.3 ...q 7.00 5.75 107 6.57 +5.0VulcanM VMC 1.12 1.0 24 141.20 106.10 1204 114.54 -10.8W -W&T Off WTI .40 4.9 14 9.12 2.60 4564 8.10 +144.7WBI TacGr WBIA .03e .1 ...q 26.51 23.51 4 24.67 -1.8WBI TactV WBIB .08e .3 ...q 27.48 23.69 4 23.99 -9.0WBI TacYd WBIC .28e 1.2 ...q 24.17 21.19 9 23.02 +2.9WBI TacSel WBID .05e .2 ...q 25.62 22.76 4 24.40 -.4WBI LCTG WBIE .19e .7 ...q 28.44 23.65 4 28.13 +8.0WBI LCTV WBIF .22e .7 ...q 31.10 26.50 3 30.80 +6.5WBI LCTY WBIG .31e 1.1 ...q 28.00 23.46 11 27.12 +4.9WBI LCTS WBIL .04e .1 ...q 29.15 24.98 3 28.31 +3.2WBI PwFact WBIY ... ... ... 28.05 24.06 23 27.35 +2.8WBITacRot WBIR ... ... ... 26.78 24.53 5 25.13 -1.3WBI TacInc WBII .26e 1.1 ...q 25.59 23.77 14 23.94 -5.7WBI THiInc WBIH .45e 1.9 ...q 25.43 23.68 36 23.89 -4.2WEC Engy WEC 2.21 3.3 21 70.09 58.48 1747 66.64 +.3WEX Inc WEX ... ... 38 203.50 111.53 269 197.39 +39.8WNS Hldg WNS ... ... 25 54.38 35.94 144 50.21 +25.1WP Carey WPC 4.10f 6.3 18 72.41 59.23 645 64.78 -6.0WPP plc WPP 3.91e 5.2 ... 103.53 73.05 92 74.95 -17.2WPX Engy WPX ... ... ...dd 19.78 9.90 4889 18.99 +35.0WPX pfA WPXp 1.56 2.0 ... 81.68 47.21 76.25 +23.3Wabash WNC .30 1.6 14 26.54 17.47 1167 18.77 -13.5WABCO WBC ... ... 16 162.20 110.50 271 117.97 -17.8Wabtec WAB .48 .5 33 115.40 69.75 727 105.62 +29.7WaddellR WDR 1.00 4.7 14 23.82 17.53 558 21.35 -4.4WageWrks WAGE ... ... 23 65.80 38.40 503 40.00 -35.5WalMart WMT 2.08f 2.2 23 109.98 77.50 5103 94.92 -3.9WalkerDun WD ... ... 8 61.44 42.66 114 53.49 +12.6WarrMet n HCC .20 ... ... 31.65 11.31 933 26.40 +33.9WashPrGp WPG 1.00 13.9 19 8.87 5.40 1420 7.20 +1.1WashPr pfH WPGpH 1.88 8.1 ... 25.50 20.05 28 23.17 -5.8WashPr pfI WPGpI 1.72 8.1 ... 25.78 19.11 5 21.24 -14.3WREIT WRE 1.20 3.9 30 33.75 24.92 493 30.60 -1.7WasteCon s WCN .56 ... 43 81.36 65.06 492 79.48 +12.0WsteMInc WM 1.85 2.0 19 92.85 75.86 1166 90.51 +4.9Waters WAT ... ... 30 220.20 177.58 404 196.59 +1.8Watsco WSO 5.80 3.3 33 192.94 155.57 204 175.82 +3.4WatscoB WSO/B 5.00f 2.8 36 192.75 157.05 0 175.57 +3.9WattsWtr WTS .84 1.0 28 93.35 66.40 197 83.25 +9.6Wayfair W ... ... ...dd 151.20 55.33 1093 137.68 +71.5WeathfIntl WFT ... ... ...dd 4.72 2.07 25245 2.69 -35.5WebsterFn WBS 1.32 2.2 20 69.63 50.08 404 60.76 +8.2WbstFn pfF WBSpF ... ... ... WtWatch WTW ... ... 51 105.73 41.15 1746 72.89 +64.6WeinRlt WRI 1.58 5.4 10 33.83 25.67 716 29.07 -11.6WeisMk WMK 1.20 2.7 22 57.82 31.26 54 45.25 +9.3Welbilt WBT ... ... ... 23.85 18.34 714 21.76 -7.4Wellcare WCG ... ... 36 315.65 162.25 703 307.48 +52.9WellsF pfJ WFCpJ 2.00 7.9 ... 26.67 25.46 25.18 -1.8WellsF pfL WFCpL 75.00 5.9 ... 1358.99 1253.00 6 1274.14 -2.7WellsF pfN WFCpN 1.30 5.3 ... 25.43 23.51 14 24.42 -2.7WellsF pfO WFCpO 1.28 5.3 ... 25.36 23.40 22 24.30 -3.3WellsF pfP WFCpP 1.31 5.3 ... 25.48 23.69 14 24.52 -2.7WellsF pfQ WFCpQ 1.46 5.7 ... 27.89 25.17 61 25.60 -5.2WellsF pfR WFCpR 1.66 6.0 ... 29.34 26.87 51 27.62 -3.5WellsF pfT WFCpT 1.50 5.9 ... 26.78 25.09 14 25.62 -3.1WellsFargo WFC 1.72f 3.2 13 66.31 50.26 19599 54.26 -10.6WellsF wt WFC/WS ... ... ... 30.82 19.50 30.65 +11.5WellsF pfY WFCpY ... ... ... 26.50 24.33 159 24.93 -3.9WellsF pfX WFCpX ... ... ... 26.16 24.15 32 24.88 -2.6WellsF pfW WFCpW ... ... ... 26.65 24.32 23 25.05 -3.6WellsF pfV WFCpV ... ... ... 26.82 25.00 24 25.69 -4.2tEvgGlbDiv EOD .54m 10.0 ...q 6.34 5.38 267 5.40 -8.9WFAdvInco EAD .82 10.2 ...q 8.77 7.80 221 7.97 -5.1WFAdMSec ERC 1.16 9.4 ...q 13.49 12.24 86 12.34 -5.5WFREI pf WFEpA 1.59 6.2 ... 27.35 25.20 13 25.69 -3.0WFAdUtlHi ERH .90 7.2 ...q 13.50 9.51 18 12.47 -5.6Welltower WELL 1.68e 2.6 15 71.90 49.58 2205 63.96 +.3Welltwr pfI HCNpI 3.25 5.3 ... 66.17 54.50 33 61.48 +2.7WescoAir WAIR ... ... 15 14.23 6.05 349 11.05 +49.3Wesco Intl WCC ... ... 18 69.35 55.30 258 61.10 -10.3sWestPhrm WST .56 .5 52 122.00 82.74 538 122.77 +24.4WstnAlliB WAL ... ... 16 64.06 50.14 900 59.05 +4.3WstnAll56 WALA 1.56 6.2 ... 26.70 25.15 3 25.29 -3.5WstACpLn TLI .87 8.7 ...q 10.95 9.93 20 9.95 -5.4WAstEMkt EMD .84 6.2 ...q 16.16 13.10 147 13.53 -13.0WsADefOp GDO 1.36 8.4 ...q 18.54 16.17 44 16.25 -9.7WAstGlbHi EHI 1.16 12.7 ...q 10.40 9.03 78 9.11 -10.9WstAstHI2 HIX .80 13.9 ...q 7.28 5.97 277 6.35 -8.9WAHiInOp HIO .43 8.9 ...q 5.19 4.73 110 4.79 -5.5WAstHYOp HYI 1.32 9.1 ...q 15.73 14.22 47 14.43 -4.6WstnAsst PAI .69 5.1 ...q 17.37 13.32 19 13.61 -14.0WstnAsInt SBI .48 5.7 ...q 9.92 8.31 83 8.36 -10.2WAstDefOp IGI 1.20 5.9 ...q 23.67 19.56 30 20.36 -10.9tWAMgdMu MMU .78 6.4 ...q 14.60 12.14 55 12.13 -13.8WstAstMtg WMC 1.24e 11.8 10 11.38 8.54 1204 10.55 +6.0WAMtDOp DMO 2.82a 12.5 ...q 26.75 21.50 35 22.58 -8.5WA MunDef MTT 1.01a 4.8 ...q 22.99 20.45 21 20.89 WstAMunHi MHF .34 4.7 ...q 7.88 7.08 35 7.09 -4.2tWAMunPrt MNP .87 6.4 ...q 15.77 13.75 16 13.67 -10.2WAstBdF WEA 1.08 8.6 ...q 14.24 12.50 29 12.61 -8.7tWstAVari GFY .93 5.7 ...q 17.79 16.21 20 16.21 -6.7WAstInfSc WIA .38 3.4 ...q 12.10 11.20 54 11.30 -4.2WAstInfOpp WIW .40 3.7 ...q 11.75 10.84 89 10.85 -5.0WstC&G gs WRN ... ... ... 1.24 .62 40 .68 -32.7tWstnGasEq WGP 2.19f 7.1 19 42.92 31.63 332 30.96 -16.7WstnGasPt WES 3.80f 8.6 36 54.40 40.44 1100 44.37 -7.7WstnRef wi WNR ... ... ... WstnUnion WU .76 4.0 10 22.21 18.38 4529 18.78 -1.2WestlkChm WLK 1.59f 1.8 9 124.30 79.98 908 86.16 -19.1WestlkCLP WLKP 1.63f 6.5 17 27.75 21.10 13 25.00 +.2WestmRs s WMLP .46m 20.4 ...dd 5.58 .98 209 2.26 -19.0WestpacBk WBK 1.52e 7.4 ... 26.38 19.45 277 20.42 -16.2WestRck WRK 1.72 3.1 16 71.55 52.78 1510 55.45 -12.3tWestwdH WHG 2.72 5.3 11 71.00 51.25 19 51.78 -21.8tWeyerhsr WY 1.36 4.1 29 38.39 32.95 4605 32.90 -6.7WheatPr g WPM .28e ... 21 22.87 15.18 2640 16.75 -24.3Whrlpl WHR 4.60 3.8 ...dd 190.73 121.12 1095 121.52 -27.9WhtMtIns WTM 1.00 .1 76 980.89 786.23 15 951.91 +11.8WhiteWB wi WWAV/B/WI ... ... ... WhitestnR WSR 1.14 8.4 34 15.15 10.06 156 13.53 -6.1WhitngPet rs WLL ... ... ...dd 56.47 18.56 2988 51.02 +92.7WidOpW n WOW ... ... ... 15.55 6.03 433 11.23 +6.2WidePoint WYY ... ... ...dd .73 .40 49 .48 -26.9WildhRs n WRD ... ... ...cc 29.67 11.95 1787 22.55 +22.5WileyJA JW/A 1.20 2.1 16 71.75 51.90 577 58.50 -11.0WileyJB JW/B 1.20 2.0 16 71.40 52.74 0 58.63 -10.7WLyonHm WLH ... ... 9 32.95 16.61 584 17.49 -39.9WmsCos WMB 1.36 4.9 11 33.67 24.00 11139 27.56 -9.6WmsSon WSM 1.72 2.6 21 73.99 44.01 1200 65.51 +26.7Winnbgo WGO .40 1.1 11 58.65 34.30 462 35.35 -36.4Wipro s WIT .03e .6 ... 5.99 4.50 831 5.32 -2.7WirelessT WTT ... ... ...dd 2.64 1.42 9 1.87 -23.0WT IntQua IQDG ... ... ... 32.75 29.10 4 29.95 -2.4WT ST HiYl SFHY ... ... ... 51.40 48.47 39 50.30 +2.6WT ShTr n SFIG ... ... ... 49.77 48.54 48.92 -.8WT HiYld n WHFY ... ... ... 52.27 48.72 0 49.83 -1.1WT Corp n WFIG ... ... ... 50.07 47.25 47.71 -4.5WT EmMDv DVEM ... ... ... 36.70 30.28 2 31.46 -5.2WT G exMx XMX ... ... ... 31.68 28.11 31.03 +4.7WT DyCEu DDEZ ... ... ... 33.88 29.02 0 30.31 -3.8WT DyInEq DDWM ... ... ... 32.00 28.55 46 29.76 -2.5WT DyInSm DDLS ... ... ... 34.74 30.34 1 31.91 -4.8WT DynCJp DDJP ... ... ... 31.29 27.94 28.92 -3.2WTBearEq DYB ... ... ...q 26.88 24.72 0 26.51 +1.7WT LgSEq DYLS ... ... ...q 35.96 30.25 108 35.63 +9.4WT EuLoc EZR ... ... ... 34.19 26.35 0 27.41 -11.9WT GlExUS HDRW ... ... ... 29.32 26.12 27.52 -1.6WT SCDiv HGSD ... ... ...q 26.82 24.40 368 26.49 +1.1WT GlSmC GSD ... ... ... 35.24 30.70 33.05 -.1WTWkDUSE USWD ... ... ...q 34.04 30.15 32.50 +2.5WT StrDl n EMSD ... ... ... 29.79 27.19 28.46 +1.8WT DomE n WUSA ... ... ... 33.00 28.71 31.10 -1.2WT JpnHCr DXJH 4.10e .6 ...q 38.12 33.97 37.83 +2.7WTUSEnYd AGGY 1.44 3.0 ...q 55.58 48.18 38 48.34 -4.7WTxUSDiv DXUS .04e ... ...q 28.05 25.53 26.19 -2.6WTEurSmC EUSC .53e ... ...q 32.83 29.72 13 30.79 -1.0WT PutStr PUTW ... ... ... 30.79 26.65 42 30.67 +5.5WT EMexSt XSOE .77e 2.7 ...q 35.10 27.15 21 28.43 -10.7WT JpDvG JHDG ... ... ...q 30.34 26.52 2 28.59 -1.3WTIntHDv IHDG .70e 1.4 ...q 33.04 29.39 128 32.06 +1.2WT EurDiv EUDG .51e 2.0 ...q 28.46 25.24 0 26.15 -3.0WTFltRtTr USFR ... ... ...q 27.90 24.99 191 25.11 +.4WT EurHdg HEDJ 3.51e 2.3 ...q 67.62 60.26 491 63.64 -.1WT AsiaDb ALD 1.02 2.4 ...q 46.97 42.43 1 42.81 -6.3WTEmLDbt ELD 1.74 5.3 ...q 40.08 31.66 17 32.75 -14.8WT GlRlR n RRF ... ... ... 40.35 WisDynCu n DHDG ... ... ... 26.16 23.84 4 24.86 -.8WisYldEn n SHAG ... ... ... 52.53 48.66 1 48.84 -1.8Wis US Mul USMF ... ... ... 31.12 26.09 31 30.71 +10.5GrnHCmdty GCC ... ... ...q 19.89 17.35 8 18.12 -5.7WT Diefa DWM .74e 1.4 ...q 59.63 51.32 26 53.76 -3.6WT DefaEq DTH 1.75e 4.1 ...q 47.40 40.40 15 42.33 -4.6WTDv exF DTN 2.48e 2.7 ...q 92.93 82.01 10 91.76 +3.8WTEurEq DEW 1.75e 3.7 ...q 51.17 45.27 3 47.33 -2.4WTEurSC DFE 1.48e 2.3 ...q 75.61 61.79 28 65.31 -7.4WT EqInco DHS 2.10e 2.9 ...q 75.26 66.21 10 72.77 -.1WTIntD exF DOO 2.01e 4.7 ...q 46.39 40.79 3 42.51 -2.1WT IntLC DOL 1.69e 3.5 ...q 54.18 46.55 19 48.85 -3.5WTIntMC DIM 1.53e 2.3 ...q 73.72 63.02 6 66.52 -3.6WTIntSC DLS 1.16e 1.6 ...q 81.62 68.79 51 72.24 -5.9WTGxUSDv DNL .99e 1.7 ...q 62.84 55.85 5 57.79 -2.4WTJpnSC DFJ 1.26e 1.6 ...q 85.64 72.95 31 76.83 -4.5WTJpHedg DXJ 1.37e 2.4 ...q 62.78 52.69 1141 57.22 -3.6WT LCD DLN 1.84e 1.9 ...q 97.25 85.86 26 96.36 +4.6WT MCD s DON ... ... ...q 37.56 32.65 205 37.03 +5.0WTAustDiv AUSE 1.46e 2.6 ...q 61.99 54.10 1 55.92 -6.1WTAsiaPxJ AXJL 2.22e 3.2 ...q 75.33 65.32 0 68.86 -1.9WT SC s DES ... ... ...q 30.76 26.45 172 29.97 +3.2WT TotDv DTD 2.05e 2.1 ...q 97.76 86.50 7 96.98 +4.3WT MgdFut WDTI ... ... ...q 41.50 38.54 17 40.59 +2.5WT EmCur CEW ... ... ...q 20.09 17.63 4 18.12 -6.7WTChiYuan CYB ... ... ...q 26.90 24.78 26.78 +2.7WTBrzReal BZF ... ... ...q 19.09 18.05 18.90 +3.8WTESCDv DGS 1.29e 2.8 ...q 57.04 44.75 66 46.29 -11.2WT EmEq DEM 1.80e 4.1 ...q 50.31 41.82 176 44.11 -2.7WTGxUSRe DRW 1.22e 4.1 ...q 34.85 29.10 6 30.00 -7.8WT JpCapG DXJC 3.43e 2.0 ...q 31.10 26.46 26.91 -7.2WT India EPI .22e .9 ...q 29.52 24.49 5113 24.70 -11.3WT JpHFn DXJF 3.48e 1.1 ...q 27.59 22.74 10 25.31 -2.5WTUSDBull USDU 1.78e ... ...q 27.08 24.78 9 26.62 +2.8WT LowPE EZY .90e 1.0 ...q 88.83 74.95 0 88.49 +8.1WT SCErn EES .95e 2.4 ...q 41.06 33.64 47 40.01 +10.5 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page A -: A-MarkPM AMRK .32 2.5 71 17.23 10.39 11 12.83 -12.4AAON AAON .32f .8 50 43.30 29.05 162 39.30 +7.1AC Immun n ACIU ... ... ... 17.40 7.57 28 8.37 -34.6ACI Wwde ACIW ... ... ...cc 28.98 20.23 227 28.38 +25.2ACM Rsc n ACMR ... ... ... 15.60 4.74 11 11.64 +121.7ACNB Cp ACNB .92 2.4 21 41.45 26.80 10 37.75 +27.7AGNC Inv AGNC 2.16 11.5 5 21.94 17.84 5151 18.77 -7.0AGNC pfB AGNCB 1.94 7.5 ... 26.87 25.28 13 25.88 +.2AGNC pfC AGNCN 1.75 6.6 ... 26.79 24.95 4 26.42 +2.7ALJ Reg n ALJJ ... ... ... 3.75 1.42 7 1.75 -44.4AMAG Ph AMAG ... ... ...dd 26.10 11.93 465 20.55 +55.1AMC Net AMCX ... ... 12 69.02 46.89 357 64.70 +19.6ANGI Hme ANGI ... ... ... 23.95 10.24 502 22.42 +114.3ANI Ph h ANIP ... ... 22 74.70 49.70 37 53.56 -16.9tARC Grp ARCW ... ... ...dd 2.95 1.80 18 1.80 -14.3ARCAbio rs ABIO ... ... ...dd 2.00 .45 175 .52 -61.5ASLAN n ASLN ... ... ...dd 10.44 5.08 3 7.60 +35.5ASML Hld ASML 1.71e .9 37 221.66 160.95 509 191.47 +10.2ASV Hld n ASV ... ... ... 10.80 4.75 21 5.40 -46.8ATA Inc ATAI ... ... ... 3.37 .40 119 1.03 +126.9ATN Intl ATNI .68 .9 ...dd 75.94 49.34 48 72.26 +30.8AV Homes AVHI ... ... 6 22.03 15.55 53 21.48 +29.0AXT Inc AXTI ... ... 21 10.75 5.80 201 7.50 -13.8AbeonaTh ABEO ... ... ...dd 22.75 10.50 643 13.73 -13.4Abeona wt ABEOW ... ... ... 17.56 9.25 9.55 -17.7Ability rs ABIL ... ... ... 14.55 2.14 616 4.15 -5.7Abiomed ABMD ... ... ...cc 450.93 158.71 995 419.61 +123.9Abraxas AXAS ... ... ... 3.27 1.85 930 2.48 +.8AcaciaC n ACIA ... ... ...dd 48.90 24.72 310 40.26 +11.1AcaciaTc ACTG .50 15.9 ...dd 5.50 3.05 175 3.15 -22.2AcadiaHlt ACHC ... ... 16 48.35 26.92 986 36.00 +10.3AcadiaPh ACAD ... ... ...dd 41.20 12.77 3298 19.85 -34.1Acasti g rs ACST ... ... ...dd 3.36 .43 9007 .83 -11.5AccelrDiag AXDX ... ... ...dd 30.35 16.75 337 23.20 -11.5Acceleron XLRN ... ... ...dd 59.59 32.53 579 58.02 +36.7AccessNt ANCX .64f 2.3 24 30.99 26.07 27 27.28 -2.0Accuray ARAY ... ... ...dd 6.15 3.20 560 4.00 -7.0AcelRx ACRX ... ... ...dd 5.75 1.55 3724 4.60 +127.2AcerTh rs ACER ... ... ... 34.10 10.12 71 29.99 +116.5AcetoCorp ACET .04 1.4 ...dd 11.98 2.22 163 2.92 -71.7Achaogen AKAO ... ... ...dd 16.49 4.06 657 4.40 -59.0AchvLfS rs ACHV ... ... ...dd 38.45 2.40 466 2.88 -78.6Achillion ACHN ... ... ...dd 4.82 2.33 678 3.51 +21.9AclarisTh n ACRS ... ... ...dd 28.62 14.12 86 15.22 -38.3AcordaTh ACOR ... ... 35 36.35 15.60 712 18.75 -12.6ActivsBliz ATVI .34f .4 46 82.03 57.29 6010 80.60 +27.3sAcxiom ACXM ... ... ...cc 50.98 18.60 758 51.05 +85.2AdamasPh ADMS ... ... ...dd 44.00 17.68 278 19.13 -43.6AdamisPh ADMP ... ... ...dd 5.85 2.20 2092 3.50 -20.5Adaptim n ADAP ... ... ... 14.63 6.60 247 11.89 +78.0AddusHmC ADUS ... ... 53 72.55 30.95 165 71.00 +104.0ADDvtgTch AEY ... ... ...dd 2.33 1.21 1 1.39 -5.4AdestoTc n IOTS ... ... ...dd 10.80 4.70 260 6.00 -7.0AdialPh n ADIL ... ... ... 4.40 2.51 1 2.91 -28.1AdmaBio ADMA ... ... ...dd 6.96 2.01 196 6.29 +96.0AdobeSy ADBE ... ... 55 277.61 143.95 2600 264.09 +50.7 Adomani n ADOM ... ... ... 8.30 .45 490 .60 -86.4Adtran ADTN .36 2.0 ...dd 25.10 13.95 164 18.25 -5.7AduroBio n ADRO ... ... ...dd 11.55 5.10 390 5.95 -20.7AdvEmis n ADES 1.00 8.6 2 12.20 7.00 58 11.58 +19.9AdvEnId AEIS ... ... 15 95.00 51.94 499 54.00 -20.0AMD AMD ... ... ...cc 34.14 9.04 117759 32.61 +217.2Advaxis wt ADXSW ... ... ... 2.89 .62 .87 -13.3Advaxis ADXS ... ... ...dd 4.71 .78 1173 .92 -67.5AdverumBi ADVM ... ... ...dd 8.59 2.85 735 6.00 +71.4AdS Shrt n DWSH ... ... ... 25.59 24.25 0 24.71 -1.3AdS Micr n DWMC ... ... ... 26.52 23.69 1 25.10 +1.7AdvS Vice n ACT ... ... ... 29.50 24.23 14 26.99 +3.0Aegion AEGN ... ... 21 28.19 19.81 66 24.57 -3.4AegleaBio n AGLE ... ... ...dd 12.00 3.75 204 8.92 +64.9AehrTest h AEHR ... ... ... 4.10 2.12 57 2.51 -7.6Aemetis AMTX ... ... ...dd 3.12 .45 17 1.06 +92.7AeriePhm AERI ... ... ...dd 74.75 47.05 428 58.90 -1.4AeroViron AVAV ... ... 50 121.32 41.53 404 106.98 +90.5AEtern g rs AEZS ... ... ...dd 3.25 1.12 57 1.71 -27.5Aethlon rs AEMD ... ... ...dd 2.04 .79 123 1.18 +4.4AeviGeno GNMX ... ... ...dd 2.65 .83 114 1.30 +8.3AffimedNV AFMD ... ... ...dd 7.35 1.15 1012 4.40 +238.5Agenus AGEN ... ... ...dd 6.19 1.55 1158 2.15 -34.0AgileThr h AGRX ... ... ...dd 5.40 .23 1444 .34 -87.4Agilysys AGYS ... ... ...dd 16.87 10.60 118 16.23 +32.2AgiosPhm AGIO ... ... ...dd 99.82 51.62 230 75.51 +32.1AgroFresh AGFS ... ... 15 8.75 4.94 129 6.57 -11.2AgroFr wt AGFSW ... ... ... .63 .13 .50 +22.0AileronT n ALRN ... ... ... 15.48 1.98 60 2.75 -73.9Aimmune n AIMT ... ... ...dd 42.00 23.62 321 27.44 -27.4AirT Inc AIRT ... ... ...dd 35.74 17.05 2 32.90 +33.2AirTrnsp ATSG ... ... 51 27.67 19.17 310 21.36 -7.7tAirMedia AMCN ... ... ...dd 2.80 .38 177 .40 -65.2Airgain n AIRG ... ... 52 13.80 7.31 28 13.06 +45.3AkamaiT AKAM ... ... 66 83.08 46.97 1313 72.87 +12.0AkariTh rs AKTX ... ... ... 8.65 1.70 23 2.04 -52.9AkceaTh n AKCA ... ... ... 40.75 15.20 720 33.08 +90.6AkebiaTher AKBA ... ... ...dd 20.25 7.32 430 8.38 -43.6AkersBios AKER ... ... ...dd 1.82 .12 1264 .25 +85.1Akorn Inc AKRX ... ... 37 33.63 10.76 1762 13.01 -59.6Akoustis n AKTS ... ... ... 9.50 4.86 65 8.31 +33.4Alarm.cm n ALRM ... ... 57 59.05 33.39 373 56.66 +50.1AlaskCom ALSK ... ... 12 2.91 1.39 54 1.65 -38.4Albireo ALBO ... ... ... 39.87 20.25 17 31.77 +24.1Alcentra h ABDC .72 11.4 ...dd 11.24 5.75 20 6.30 -25.0AlderBioPh ALDR ... ... ...dd 20.87 9.55 561 16.75 +46.3sAldeyraTh ALDX ... ... ... 9.56 5.55 585 9.65 +41.9Alexion lf ALXN ... ... 49 144.91 102.10 3531 128.51 +7.5Alico ALCO .24 .7 ...dd 34.80 25.55 32 33.85 +14.7AlignTech ALGN ... ... ...cc 393.98 180.31 475 388.96 +75.1AlimerSc h ALIM ... ... ...dd 1.46 .74 142 1.03 -22.6Alkermes ALKS ... ... ...dd 71.22 38.23 463 42.17 -22.9Allakos n ALLK ... ... ... 49.11 26.00 175 46.73 +49.5AllgnceBc n ABTX ... ... 30 46.85 34.90 21 43.35 +15.1AllegiantT ALGT 2.80 2.2 10 181.45 117.30 191 126.80 -18.1AllegMrg n ALGR ... ... ... 9.60 9.02 9.55 +.1AllegMr wt ALGRW ... ... ... AllegrM rt ALGRR ... ... ... .45 .34 1 .42 +13.5sAllegMrg un ALGRU ... ... ... 10.30 10.04 4 10.40 +3.6 AllenaPh n ALNA ... ... ... 17.56 6.13 67 10.51 +4.5All MMA n AMMA ... ... ... 3.07 .15 223 .27 -76.7AllnceRes ARLP 2.08f 10.3 5 21.90 15.55 682 20.15 +2.3AldHlPrd rs AHPI ... ... ...dd 5.25 1.72 2 2.34 +11.7AlliedMot AMOT .12 .2 47 51.80 24.43 26 48.82 +47.5Alliqua rs ALQA ... ... ...dd 4.40 1.58 7 2.17 +19.9AllotComm ALLT ... ... ...dd 6.55 4.74 11 6.26 +17.4AllscriptH MDRX ... ... ...dd 16.13 10.78 1260 14.33 -1.5AlnylamP ALNY ... ... ...dd 153.99 87.35 558 93.26 -26.6tAlphaOmg AOSL ... ... 11 18.72 11.87 137 12.15 -25.7Alphabet C GOOG ... ... 32 1273.89 909.70 1219 1173.37 +12.1Alphabet A GOOGL ... ... 36 1291.44 924.51 1555 1179.56 +12.0Alphatc rs ATEC ... ... ... 4.27 2.20 167 3.26 +22.6AlpImmu n ALPN ... ... ...dd 12.87 5.28 3 6.50 -42.0AlpsRtSec n SWIN ... ... ... 33.55 27.66 32.87 +10.5AltaMesa n AMR ... ... ...dd 10.79 4.04 2063 4.15 -58.1AltaMsa wt AMRW ... ... ... 2.50 1.28 2.02 +35.2Altaba AABA ... ... ...cc 82.45 62.80 5357 67.59 -3.2Altair A n ALTR ... ... ...dd 43.06 16.55 314 41.28 +72.6Altisrce n ASPS ... ... 2 37.86 23.18 45 34.65 +23.8AltraIndlM AIMC .68 1.6 25 53.70 37.80 43.00 -14.7AmTrstFn AFSI .34 2.3 15 14.75 8.80 439 14.60 +45.0AmalBk n AMAL ... ... ... 19.62 16.00 243 18.75 +13.6sAmarin AMRN ... ... ... 4.60 2.35 162543 12.40 +209.2Amazon AMZN ... ... ...cc 2050.50 931.75 4146 1934.36 +65.4AmbacF wt AMBCW ... ... ... 8.38 5.04 5.76 +.3AmbacFin AMBC ... ... 9 23.34 13.17 275 21.04 +31.7Ambarella AMBA ... ... ...cc 66.23 34.33 393 38.55 -34.4Amdocs DOX 1.00 1.5 18 71.72 61.00 606 66.40 +1.4Amedica rs AMDA ... ... ... 6.94 .18 939 .24 -92.8Amedisys AMED ... ... 70 126.30 45.60 295 121.51 +130.5AMERCO UHAL 1.50e ... 18 400.99 317.43 60 349.13 -7.6AmeriHld n AMRH ... ... ... 13.50 .70 80 1.34 -56.8AmerHl wt AMRHW ... ... ... 7.58 .25 .84 +9.8AFMulti ATAX .50 8.7 20 6.50 5.25 58 5.75 -5.0AmCarM CRMT ... ... 16 89.85 39.58 99 79.40 +77.8AmAirlines AAL .40 1.0 7 59.08 35.64 7073 41.98 -19.3AmElTech AETI ... ... ...dd 2.53 .62 122 .74 -50.8AmFinTr n AFIN .04p ... ... 18.50 13.15 720 16.32 +8.8AmerNtl AMNB 1.00 2.5 16 43.00 34.95 9 39.95 +4.3AmNatIns ANAT 3.28 2.5 22 134.03 112.89 13 131.18 +2.3AmOutBr AOBC ... ... 41 16.50 8.32 1486 15.20 +18.4AmPubEd APEI ... ... 23 46.15 18.80 77 31.30 +25.0AmRailcar ARII 1.60 3.4 6 47.77 34.76 50 47.09 +13.1AmrRvr AMRB .20 1.3 29 17.50 12.21 0 15.78 +3.5ASoft lf AMSWA .44 3.7 35 18.94 10.74 92 11.82 +1.6AmSupr rs AMSC ... ... ...dd 8.03 3.06 131 6.33 +74.4AWoodmk AMWD ... ... 23 148.44 80.10 193 82.95 -36.3AmerisBc ABCB .40 .8 18 59.05 44.75 263 47.45 -1.6Amerisafe AMSF .88 1.4 25 67.82 52.00 130 62.55 +1.5AmrSvFin ASRV .08f 1.8 ... 4.55 3.85 36 4.35 +4.8AmSvFn pf ASRVP 2.11 7.5 ... 33.90 26.50 28.16 -2.9AmesNatl ATLO .92f 3.4 17 32.15 26.00 59 26.95 -3.2sAmgen AMGN 5.28 2.5 18 206.62 163.31 2455 207.21 +19.2AmicusTh FOLD ... ... ... 17.62 11.57 2008 12.58 -12.6 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 9 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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AmkorTch AMKR ... ... 7 11.88 7.30 636 7.81 -22.3Amphastar AMPH ... ... ... 20.45 14.40 104 19.38 +.7AmpOnRt ef IBUY ... ... ... 54.55 35.84 69 51.44 +25.8AmtechSys ASYS ... ... ... 15.45 4.56 67 5.65 -43.9Amyris rs AMRS ... ... ...dd 9.22 2.82 801 8.01 +113.6AnalogDev ADI 1.92 2.0 25 103.59 80.95 2558 95.00 +6.7Anaptys n ANAB ... ... ... 134.00 33.57 2292 101.95 +1.2Anavex rs AVXL ... ... ...dd 5.15 1.85 409 2.56 -20.5AnchBcWA ANCB ... ... 19 30.05 24.00 14 28.00 +12.9Andersons ANDE .66 1.7 30 41.70 29.60 74 38.45 +23.4AngioDyn ANGO ... ... ... 24.24 15.16 155 23.46 +41.1AnikaTh ANIK ... ... 21 69.81 28.54 123 42.38 -21.4Ansys ANSS ... ... 52 190.45 119.20 346 183.37 +24.2AntaresP ATRS ... ... ...dd 4.09 1.58 986 3.30 +65.8Apellis n APLS ... ... ... 32.00 12.45 215 19.03 -12.3ApogeeE APOG .63 1.5 15 51.33 37.24 168 42.50 -7.1ApollEnd rs APEN ... ... ... 9.65 3.75 42 6.94 +23.9ApolloInv AINV .60 10.9 ... 6.20 5.18 795 5.49 -3.0ApolMed n AMEH ... ... ... 30.00 10.00 277 19.71 -17.9AppFolio n APPF ... ... ...cc 91.49 37.56 181 81.25 +95.8Appian A n APPN ... ... ... 43.61 19.62 388 34.32 +9.0Apple Inc AAPL 2.92 1.3 26 229.67 149.16 27580 220.79 +30.5ApplRecy h ARCI ... ... ...dd 1.68 .59 123 1.04 AplDNA wt APDNW ... ... ... 1.04 .21 .37 +1.9ApldDNA APDN ... ... ...dd 3.45 1.10 79 1.46 -8.2AppGenTc AGTC ... ... ...dd 5.75 3.25 1218 5.00 +38.9ApldMatl AMAT .80 2.0 11 62.40 37.39 10678 39.10 -23.5ApldOptoel AAOI ... ... 20 66.23 22.54 743 33.21 -12.2Approach AREX ... ... 10 4.21 1.96 297 2.28 -23.0Apptio n APTI ... ... ... 41.36 16.98 325 37.95 +61.4ApricusB rs APRI ... ... ...dd 3.34 .25 136 .29 -84.0AptevoTh n APVO ... ... ... 6.35 1.92 82 5.04 +18.9Aptinyx n APTX ... ... ... 32.25 17.35 88 26.39 +30.6AptoseB g APTO ... ... ...dd 4.55 1.30 44 2.65 +18.3AquaMetal h AQMS ... ... ...dd 8.17 1.42 190 2.60 +22.1AquaB Tc n AQB ... ... ...dd 9.99 2.25 22 2.80 -20.5AquestTh n AQST ... ... ... 20.70 14.75 200 17.16 +6.9AquinoxPh AQXP ... ... ...dd 16.90 1.96 214 2.91 -75.3ArQule ARQL ... ... ...dd 7.21 .97 933 5.33 +223.0Aradigm h ARDM ... ... ...dd 7.35 1.03 36 1.10 -83.6AratanaTh PETX ... ... ...dd 7.28 3.67 349 5.71 +8.6ArbutusB g ABUS ... ... ...dd 12.60 4.30 193 9.50 +88.1ArcBest ARCB .32 .7 16 51.45 29.40 320 47.35 +32.4ArcadB rsn RKDA ... ... ... 66.56 3.60 38 4.90 -10.9ArchCap s ACGL ... ... 27 34.20 25.71 1036 29.91 -1.1ArchCap pfF ACGLO 1.36 5.7 ... 25.99 23.60 10 23.75 -6.3ArchC pfE ACGLP 1.31 5.6 ... 25.25 22.75 11 23.29 -7.3ArchrkPtrs APLP 1.14 7.5 ...cc 15.71 10.58 15.30 +28.5Arcimoto n FUV ... ... ... 5.65 2.26 14 4.10 +2.2ArcturusT rs ARCT ... ... ... 15.19 4.78 6 9.68 +21.8Ardelyx ARDX ... ... ... 8.65 3.58 456 4.30 -34.8ArenaPh rs ARNA ... ... ...dd 50.05 24.33 568 42.85 +26.1AresCap ARCC 1.56f 9.0 9 17.58 15.03 1498 17.38 +10.6Argenx n ARGX ... ... ...cc 103.00 21.25 268 77.88 +23.3AridisPh n ARDS ... ... ... 13.85 11.25 13 12.97 -.2ArkRst ARKR 1.00 4.3 85 29.49 20.20 0 23.00 -14.9Arotech ARTX ... ... 23 4.35 2.70 60 3.50 -1.4ArrayBio ARRY ... ... ...dd 20.21 9.98 3036 14.72 +15.0ArrisIntl ARRS ... ... 30 30.00 22.33 806 26.31 +2.4ArrowFn AROW 1.04b 2.8 16 38.98 29.91 13 37.50 +13.8ArrCountR n DWCR ... ... ... 33.04 27.55 28.84 -4.5ArwDWATc DWAT .09e .7 ...q 12.56 11.21 12.56 +7.9ArrowPhm ARWR ... ... ...dd 22.39 3.01 1322 18.70 +408.2tArsanis n ASNS ... ... 2 28.69 1.65 71 1.63 -87.2ArtesRes ARTNA .95 2.7 24 43.22 32.00 9 35.88 -7.0ArtsWay ARTW .05 1.9 ...dd 5.45 2.20 5 2.66 -10.9AscenaRtl ASNA ... ... ...dd 5.29 1.69 9469 4.01 +70.6Ascendis n ASND ... ... ... 76.99 31.56 111 67.03 +67.3AscentCap ASCMA ... ... ... 14.15 .76 674 2.29 -80.1AsiaPWire APWC .08e 3.0 ... 3.05 2.26 3 2.70 -1.8AspenGp n ASPU ... ... ... 9.61 5.85 79 7.08 -20.6AspenTech AZPN ... ... 31 118.86 61.71 348 111.76 +68.8AssembBio ASMB ... ... ...dd 67.36 27.00 181 37.36 -17.4AssertThr ASRT ... ... ...dd 9.48 4.31 459 6.14 -23.7AstaFd lf ASFI 5.30e ... ... 5.30 2.80 1 4.10 +19.0Astec ASTE .44f .9 18 64.80 44.92 155 51.12 -12.6AstroNova ALOT .28 1.3 44 23.95 11.00 27 21.80 +57.4Astronics ATRO ... ... 47 49.45 28.12 106 43.45 +4.8Astrotch rs ASTC ... ... ... 8.15 1.64 1170 3.33 -.6AsureSftw h ASUR ... ... ...dd 19.78 10.08 461 12.29 -13.0AtaraBioth ATRA ... ... ...dd 54.45 12.65 686 40.70 +124.9athenahlth ATHN ... ... 85 163.94 111.61 854 133.14 +.1Athenex n ATNX ... ... ... 20.90 13.28 194 16.86 +6.0Athersys ATHX ... ... ...dd 3.09 1.29 736 1.95 +7.7AtlanAmer AAME .02 .8 ...dd 4.00 2.20 4 2.65 -22.1AtlCapBc n ACBI ... ... 23 21.60 15.20 36 17.30 -1.7AtlanticaYd AY 1.26e 6.2 31 25.99 18.00 135 20.45 -3.6Atlanticus ATLC ... ... ... 3.83 1.52 7 2.99 +24.6AtlasAir AAWW ... ... 7 75.29 50.65 320 62.35 +6.3AtlasFin AFH ... ... ...dd 21.50 8.05 22 10.30 -49.9AtlasFin pf AFHBL 1.66 6.6 ... 27.87 24.43 1 25.25 -3.1Atlassian n TEAM ... ... ...dd 95.00 33.61 1364 92.47 +103.1Atomera n ATOM ... ... ...dd 8.00 2.45 19 5.25 +21.2AtriCure ATRC ... ... ...dd 36.14 14.88 178 35.45 +94.4Atrion ATRI 5.40f .8 53 694.25 516.85 14 661.75 +4.9AttisInd hn ATIS ... ... ... 3.63 .23 119 .26 -75.1AttisI wt h ATTSW ... ... ... .26 .12 .14 -12.5Attunity ATTU ... ... ...dd 22.11 6.27 150 18.66 +167.3aTyrPhm h LIFE ... ... ... 6.50 .60 304 .79 -77.6AubNB AUBN .96 2.5 17 53.96 33.22 14 39.09 +.5Audentes n BOLD ... ... ...dd 46.18 24.32 159 37.65 +20.5AudioEye n AEYE ... ... ... 10.24 7.00 3 8.60 +17.8AudCodes AUDC .20p ... 26 11.48 6.15 91 10.03 +36.3AuriniaPh AUPH ... ... ...dd 7.60 4.41 548 5.88 +29.8AuroraMob n JG ... ... ... 11.72 5.00 171 7.52 -14.5AutoWeb AUTO ... ... 9 9.91 2.88 101 3.15 -65.0Autodesk ADSK ... ... ...dd 159.94 101.55 1575 152.83 +45.8Autolus n AUTL ... ... ... 33.50 19.17 85 27.20 +8.8AutoData ADP 2.76f 1.9 40 151.01 107.42 1276 149.07 +27.2AvadelPh AVDL ... ... ...dd 11.93 4.18 151 4.28 -47.8AveThera n ATXI ... ... ... 5.90 2.38 7 3.27 -9.7AVEO Ph h AVEO ... ... ...dd 4.15 1.86 1400 2.83 +1.4AviatNet rs AVNW ... ... ...dd 19.07 12.90 10 17.18 +13.2AvidBios rs CDMO ... ... ...dd 8.44 2.24 432 7.02 +80.9AvidB pfE CDMOP 2.63 11.8 ... 27.00 21.60 22.27 -8.7AvidTech AVID ... ... ...dd 7.65 3.99 112 5.88 +9.1Avingr nrs AVGR ... ... ...dd 25.20 .95 131 1.38 -81.0AvisBudg CAR ... ... 11 50.88 29.94 1611 32.25 -26.5AvistaHl un AHPAU ... ... ... 10.45 10.00 10.25 -.5AvistaHl wt AHPAW ... ... ... .45 .26 .39 +39.3AvistaHl n AHPA ... ... ... 10.40 9.28 45 10.14 +2.2Avnet AVT .80f 1.7 13 49.41 36.46 966 47.00 +18.6AvroBio n AVRO ... ... ... 51.72 26.51 327 50.14 +60.7Aware AWRE ... ... 32 4.87 3.00 5 3.60 -20.0Axcelis rs ACLS ... ... 6 37.05 18.35 143 20.25 -29.4AxoGen AXGN ... ... ...dd 56.85 18.10 417 36.65 +29.5AxonEntpr AAXN ... ... ...cc 76.45 20.57 621 63.62 +140.1AxosFinl BOFI ... ... 15 45.18 24.20 451 35.48 +18.7AxosF pf BOFIL 1.56 6.1 ... 28.33 25.19 2 25.73 -.3Axovant n AXON ... ... ...dd 26.27 1.02 753 2.22 -57.9AxsomeT n AXSM ... ... ...dd 6.45 2.05 183 3.30 -41.1AytuBioS rs AYTU ... ... ... 136.40 2.49 336 2.61 -94.1AzurRx n AZRX ... ... ... 5.25 2.20 2691 2.95 -18.9B -:B Comm BCOM 3.58e ... ... 20.49 6.27 2 10.17 -44.7BRileyFn RILY .49e 2.2 23 23.70 15.75 23 22.65 +25.1BRileyF 7.5 RILYL 1.88 7.4 ... 26.84 25.02 6 25.57 -1.7BRiley27 n RILYZ 1.88 7.4 ... 26.20 24.76 6 25.41 -1.8BRileyF27 n RILYG ... ... ... 25.90 24.49 5 25.18 -.8BRiley23 RILYH 1.84 7.1 ... 26.50 25.07 4 25.97 +3.5BRileyFn pf RILYI ... ... ... 25.18 24.85 5 25.06 +.7BCB Bc BCBP .56 4.0 15 16.10 12.95 12 14.00 -3.4BFC Cp pf BANFP 1.80 6.5 ... 33.54 26.05 1 27.56 +.2BGC Ptrs BGCP .72 6.2 ...dd 16.97 10.39 1845 11.58 -23.4BIO-key n BKYI ... ... ... 3.64 1.20 55 1.26 -28.8BJsRest BJRI .44 .6 28 76.50 29.40 406 69.35 +90.5BMC Stock BMCH ... ... 22 25.70 17.10 337 20.55 -18.8BOK BOKF 2.00f 1.9 17 107.00 80.11 156 103.00 +11.6BOK 56 n BOKFL 1.34 5.4 ... 26.09 24.47 10 24.95 -2.6BOS Ltd BOSC ... ... ...dd 2.97 1.64 1 2.43 +11.0BSB Bcp BLMT ... ... 19 36.50 27.75 11 32.85 +12.3Baidu BIDU ... ... 9 284.22 207.74 1526 226.63 -3.2Balchem BCPC .42f .4 50 117.79 70.23 87 114.97 +42.6BallardPw BLDP ... ... ...dd 5.94 2.57 1539 4.19 -5.0BncFstOK s BANF 1.20f 1.9 20 65.70 50.80 44 61.65 +20.5Bancorp34 n BCTF 1.25e ... ... 17.25 14.00 0 16.22 +10.0BncpBnk lf TBBK ... ... ...dd 12.00 8.04 155 9.82 -.6Bandwith n BAND ... ... 43 55.51 18.05 104 52.63 +127.6BankOZK OZK .80f 2.0 12 53.70 38.11 842 39.34 -18.8BkCmcCA BOCH .16 1.3 16 13.21 10.10 13 12.45 +8.3BankMarin BMRC 1.28f 1.5 22 90.85 63.50 14 84.85 +24.8BkMont36 n BMLP 3.43e 6.7 ... 53.32 43.00 51.22 +7.3BkPrince n BPRN ... ... ... 35.45 30.46 6 31.68 -7.7BankSC BKSC .60 3.0 19 22.50 15.96 4 20.30 +15.6BkofJames BOTJ .24 1.5 16 18.00 14.10 1 16.30 +9.2Bank7 n BSVN ... ... ... 20.74 18.90 55 19.11 +.1BankFncl BFIN .36f 2.2 24 18.62 14.79 35 16.02 +4.4BankwellF BWFG .48 1.5 15 37.95 30.11 14 31.41 -8.5Banner Cp BANR 1.40a 2.2 19 67.11 52.20 127 64.11 +16.3Baozun n BZUN ... ... ...cc 67.41 26.77 1022 46.71 +48.0BiPTrLBear DLBS ... ... ...q 22.73 14.71 4 21.66 +32.6BiP10yTBear DTYS ... ... ...q 24.96 15.90 23 24.30 +33.2BiP2yrTBull DTUL ... ... ...q 61.24 56.03 56.75 -6.2BiPTrSteep STPP ... ... ...q 35.49 29.06 30.31 -1.4BiPUrFlat FLAT ... ... ...q 65.13 60.23 65.13 +5.5BiP10yTBull DTYL ... ... ...q 77.88 72.11 72.62 -5.8BiP2yrTBear DTUS ... ... ...q 41.81 31.31 0 41.10 +17.3BiPTrLBull DLBL ... ... ...q 78.32 75.08 75.08 -4.1BarIvrsUST TAPR ... ... ...q 30.68 21.14 1 29.18 +32.8BarHilc n BHAC ... ... ... 12.00 10.30 10.90 +4.4BarHilc rt BHACR ... ... ... .45 .10 0 .21 +31.3BarHilc wt BHACW ... ... ... .26 .03 .22 +211.4BarHilc un BHACU ... ... ... 28.81 8.52 10.52 +1.2BarrettB lf BBSI 1.00 1.6 27 98.76 52.99 33 64.33 -.2tBassettF BSET .50f 2.5 31 41.30 20.15 62 20.40 -45.7BayCom n BCML ... ... 57 26.94 22.50 110 25.62 +10.9BeacnRfg BECN ... ... 20 66.48 35.04 699 37.43 -41.3BeasleyB BBGI .20 3.0 2 14.40 6.00 38 6.70 -50.0BedBath BBBY .64 3.4 7 24.74 16.52 3525 19.06 -13.3BeiGene n BGNE ... ... ...dd 220.10 77.54 195 166.06 +69.9BelFuse A BELFA .24 1.1 22 29.90 15.24 21.00 -3.8BelFuseB BELFB .28 1.1 25 33.45 17.10 19 25.35 +.7Belleroph n BLPH ... ... ...dd 3.30 .47 922 1.10 -57.4BellicumP BLCM ... ... ...dd 12.22 5.02 382 6.55 -22.1BenefBncp BNCL .24a 1.4 ... 18.60 14.75 256 17.10 +4.0Benetfoc BNFT ... ... ...dd 44.70 21.75 143 41.00 +51.9Benitec wt BNTCW ... ... ... .47 .11 .45 +12.5BenitecB n BNTC ... ... ... 4.90 1.85 2 2.52 -14.9sBerryPet n BRY ... ... ... 16.73 11.71 1207 16.85 +27.2Beyondsp n BYSI ... ... ... 40.87 19.15 3 25.48 -12.4Big 5Sprt BGFV .60 11.9 5 9.75 4.65 340 5.05 -33.6BigRockP n BRPA ... ... ...dd 10.93 9.58 9.98 +3.1BigRock wt BRPAW ... ... ... .44 .30 .39 -3.5BigRock rt BRPAR ... ... ... .74 .29 .50 +35.1BigRock un BRPAU ... ... ... 11.00 9.99 10.70 +4.5Bilibili n BILI ... ... 43 22.70 9.09 5841 12.00 +6.8BioTechne TECH 1.28 .6 61 201.90 119.01 248 200.23 +54.6BioDlvry lf BDSI ... ... ...dd 3.20 1.70 194 2.78 -5.9BioHiTch n BHTG ... ... ...dd 5.76 2.68 60 3.99 -12.3BioLifeSol BLFS ... ... ...dd 26.35 4.63 110 17.10 +185.0BioLneRx h BLRX ... ... ... 1.34 .78 896 1.03 -5.1tBioSigTc n BSGM ... ... ... 7.13 6.50 107 6.11 -8.4BioXcelT n BTAI ... ... ...dd 14.79 6.76 61 7.60 -31.1BioanlySys BASI ... ... 33 2.95 1.37 5 1.65 -32.7Bioblast rs ORPN ... ... ... 5.99 1.03 6 1.28 -44.2Biocept rs BIOC ... ... ... 40.50 2.86 198 2.92 -86.0Biocryst BCRX ... ... ...dd 8.13 4.12 341 7.32 +49.1Biofront n BFRA ... ... ... 17.98 11.25 0 13.95 +14.5Biogen BIIB ... ... 21 388.67 249.17 999 347.02 +8.9BioMarin BMRN ... ... ...dd 106.20 75.81 1373 97.63 +9.5Biomeri n BMRA ... ... ... 9.32 2.68 10 3.57 -4.5Bionano n BNGO ... ... ... 10.00 6.25 24 6.59 -5.8BiondVax n BVXV ... ... ... 7.85 4.60 1 5.75 +7.3BiondVx wt BVXVW ... ... ... 2.68 1.19 1.59 +23.4BioScrip BIOS ... ... ...dd 3.26 1.80 635 3.10 +6.5BioSpecif BSTC ... ... 35 62.50 38.05 27 58.38 +34.7BioTelem BEAT ... ... ...cc 62.80 23.30 310 61.35 +105.2BisnCap n BCAC ... ... ... 10.50 9.67 16 10.25 +3.9BisnCap wt BCACW ... ... ... .40 .30 .36 BisnCap un BCACU ... ... ... 11.37 10.21 10.83 +5.5BisnCap rt BCACR ... ... ... .63 .25 26 .52 +37.2BlackBox BBOX .48 44.4 ...dd 4.15 .75 308 1.08 -69.6BlRidgAc n BRAC ... ... ... 9.88 9.52 9.85 +2.1BlRidgA wt BRACW ... ... ... .35 .24 .32 -4.5BlRidgAc rt BRACR ... ... ... .43 .22 .37 +32.1BlRidgA un BRACU ... ... ... 11.35 9.97 11.16 +10.0BlackLin n BL ... ... ... 57.09 31.53 306 55.79 +70.1BlkRkCap BKCC .72 11.9 86 7.57 5.48 136 6.03 -3.2BlTCP Cap TCPC 1.44 10.1 10 16.71 13.72 212 14.25 -6.7Blckbaud BLKB .48 .5 68 120.35 83.07 180 101.98 +7.9BlinkCh n BLNK ... ... ...dd 8.65 1.28 102 2.37 -24.0BlinkCh wt BLNKW ... ... ... BloominBr BLMN .36 1.8 16 25.00 16.30 1934 19.91 -6.7Blucora BCOR ... ... ...cc 40.60 19.05 336 35.95 +62.7BlueBird BLBD ... ... 10 26.95 15.66 128 25.15 +26.4BlueHBcp BHBK .80 3.2 31 25.80 18.45 476 24.95 +24.1BluebBio BLUE ... ... ...dd 236.17 119.90 490 139.45 -21.7BlueknEP BKEP .32m 13.3 ... 5.95 2.35 142 2.40 -52.9Bluekn pf BKEPP .72 11.1 ... 8.00 5.99 22 6.42 -17.4BlueprtM n BPMC ... ... ...dd 109.00 57.44 391 71.59 -5.1Boingo WIFI ... ... ...dd 35.98 20.02 296 32.24 +43.3Bojangles n BOJA ... ... 8 16.20 11.35 214 13.20 +11.9BonsoElec BNSO ... ... ... 5.04 2.06 4 3.00 +22.4BookingHl BKNG ... ... 27 2228.99 1630.56 438 1958.76 +12.7BorqsTch BRQS ... ... 77 10.00 4.00 4.60 -15.6BosOma n BOMN ... ... ... 35.49 15.40 54 29.11 -10.1BostPrv BPFH .48 3.4 18 17.85 13.70 508 14.15 -8.4BostPrv wt BPFHW ... ... ... 11.39 8.54 8.54 -11.2BttmlnT EPAY ... ... 97 71.97 31.30 335 70.95 +104.6Boxlight n BOXL ... ... ...dd 17.40 2.94 88 3.12 -46.1Brainstorm BCLI ... ... ...dd 5.35 2.88 67 3.88 -1.0BridgeBcp BDGE .92 2.7 18 38.00 31.90 42 34.35 -1.9Bridglne rs BLIN ... ... ... 4.45 .79 78 1.00 -58.8BridgBcs n BWB ... ... ... 13.87 12.29 8 13.33 +5.6BridgfdFds BRID ... ... 17 21.55 12.04 2 17.20 +37.1Brightcove BCOV ... ... ...dd 10.75 6.30 104 8.20 +15.5BrghtFn n BHF ... ... ...dd 67.55 39.24 1228 45.16 -23.0BrghtFn pf n BHFAL ... ... ... 25.05 24.65 95 25.01 BroadcInc AVGO 7.00 2.8 ... 285.68 197.46 4518 249.45 -2.9BroadVis BVSN ... ... ...dd 4.50 1.59 5 1.65 -54.2BrdwyFn h BYFC ... ... ...cc 2.60 1.38 19 1.42 -39.8BroadwdE BWEN ... ... ...dd 4.11 2.01 17 2.20 -19.1BrkdPrp BPY 1.26 6.1 ... 24.96 18.13 2716 20.64 -6.9BrkdPr A n BPR ... ... ... 21.16 19.19 1991 20.59 -1.0BrdPr pf n BPRAP 1.59 6.5 ... 25.00 24.16 8 24.35 -1.4BrklneB BRKL .40 2.3 19 19.35 14.45 241 17.35 +10.5BrooksAuto BRKS .40 1.2 34 39.75 21.75 477 34.14 +43.1BrukerCp BRKR .16 .5 30 36.53 28.13 482 33.31 -2.9BrynMawr BMTC 1.00f 2.1 27 50.35 40.80 30 47.10 +6.6Bsquare BSQR ... ... ...dd 5.55 1.75 70 2.45 -47.3BldrFstSrc BLDR ... ... 13 23.28 15.24 1203 15.45 -29.1BusinFst n BFST .32 1.2 43 30.00 23.10 34 26.55 +5.1C -:C&F Fnc CFFI 1.44f 2.4 19 67.40 45.28 1 59.25 +2.2CA Inc CA 1.02 2.3 22 44.25 31.45 2227 44.07 +32.4CAS Med CASM ... ... ...dd 2.70 .59 94 2.05 +166.2CASI Phr h CASI ... ... ...dd 8.89 1.69 309 5.69 +75.1CB FnSvcs CBFV .88 2.9 21 36.95 27.53 9 30.65 +2.2CBAK En h CBAK ... ... ... 2.35 .49 26 .68 -54.2CBTX Inc n CBTX .20 .5 ... 38.71 27.00 188 36.50 +23.1CDK Globl CDK .60 1.0 25 76.04 59.84 967 62.70 -12.0CDW Corp CDW .84 .9 31 90.50 63.40 1164 88.98 +28.0CEVA Inc CEVA ... ... 30 51.80 26.10 64 28.95 -37.3CH Robins CHRW 1.84 1.9 29 101.20 72.92 721 96.36 +8.2CHF Sol rs CHFS ... ... ...dd 24.45 .93 32 1.18 -65.9CHS Inc pf CHSCP 2.00 6.7 ... 30.98 28.89 4 29.95 -.6CHS pfB CHSCO 1.97 6.9 ... 29.83 27.78 9 28.38 -1.5CHS pfB2 CHSCN 1.78 6.5 ... 29.20 26.16 8 27.21 -.5CHS pfB3 CHSCM 1.69 6.4 ... 27.84 25.56 9 26.35 -.5CHS pfB4 CHSCL 1.88 6.8 ... 28.92 27.15 17 27.49 -2.3CIM CmTr CMCT .50a 3.6 38 20.40 11.75 9 14.05 -26.4CIM CT pfL CMCTP ... ... ... 28.00 27.75 27.75 CLPS Inc n CLPS ... ... ... 17.35 4.70 54 13.13 +138.3CM Finan CMFN 1.00 11.2 8 9.90 7.40 18 8.90 +9.2CM Fin23 n CMFNL ... ... ... 27.77 25.01 3 25.31 +.9CM SevSt n CMSS ... ... ... 11.00 9.59 7 9.95 +3.1CM SevSt wt CMSSW ... ... ... .33 .24 .24 -17.2CM SvSt un CMSSU ... ... ... 11.00 9.93 11.00 +10.4CM SevSt rt CMSSR ... ... ... .65 .01 .55 +71.9CME Grp CME 2.80a 1.6 38 177.36 132.33 1237 174.75 +19.7CNBFnPA CCNE .68f 2.3 15 32.86 25.25 13 29.43 +12.2CPI Crd rs PMTS ... ... ... 7.80 1.93 187 3.95 +7.6CPS Tech CPSH ... ... 24 2.20 1.04 3 1.45 -12.7CRA Intl CRAI .68 1.3 24 58.75 38.96 27 51.07 +13.6CRISPR n CRSP ... ... ... 73.90 16.16 889 45.28 +92.8CSG Sys CSGS .84 2.0 26 48.82 36.38 83 41.62 -5.0CSI Comp CCLP .75 14.1 ...dd 8.05 4.51 74 5.33 -2.6CSP Inc CSPI .60f 4.5 29 18.89 8.75 2 13.20 -16.5CSW Ind n CSWI ... ... 38 57.20 41.57 46 54.70 +19.0CSX CSX .88 1.2 11 76.24 48.26 4733 73.30 +33.2CTI BioP rs CTIC ... ... ...dd 5.36 1.70 443 1.95 -27.2tCTI Inds CTIB ... ... ... 5.09 3.06 2 3.55 -12.8CUI Glbl CUI ... ... ...dd 4.35 2.14 21 2.32 -15.6CVB Fncl CVBF .56 2.4 19 25.49 21.64 882 23.08 -2.0CVD Eqp CVV ... ... 15 13.50 5.25 18 6.16 -47.0CabotMicro CCMP 1.60 1.5 32 123.76 73.70 241 104.99 +11.6Cadence CDNS ... ... 46 47.40 35.49 1107 45.57 +9.0Cadiz h CDZI ... ... ...dd 14.75 8.85 74 10.80 -24.2CaesarStne CSTE .44e 2.1 43 30.45 12.50 138 20.85 -5.2CaesarsEnt CZR ... ... ...dd 14.50 8.55 11351 10.40 -17.8CafePress PRSS ... ... ...dd 2.20 1.12 14 1.20 -35.0Cal-Maine CALM 2.52e 5.1 23 52.30 38.51 279 49.10 +10.5Caladriu rs CLBS ... ... ...dd 11.65 2.63 127 6.28 +78.9CalaCvHi CHY 1.20 9.2 ...q 13.73 10.60 252 13.06 +10.2CalaCvOp CHI 1.14 9.5 ...q 12.94 10.01 549 11.97 +7.0CalaCv&Inc CCD 2.00 9.1 ...q 22.99 18.15 61 22.02 +9.7CalaGDyIn CHW .84 9.2 ...q 9.87 8.57 117 9.14 +.7CalaGTR CGO 1.20 8.3 ...q 16.34 13.18 24 14.39 -4.4sCalaStrTR CSQ .99 7.3 ...q 13.56 11.00 423 13.58 +12.4CalAmp CAMP ... ... 29 25.45 19.31 265 22.61 +5.5CalavoGr h CVGW .95f 1.0 40 108.00 68.70 103 99.20 +17.5Calithera CALA ... ... ...dd 18.35 4.05 236 5.00 -40.1CalumetSp CLMT ... ... ...dd 9.95 6.10 132 6.30 -18.2CalvUSInc n CRUSC ... ... ... 100.02 99.98 100.02 Calyxt n CLXT ... ... ... 31.89 13.09 54 16.91 -23.2CambLrn ABCD 1.36 11.5 38 13.98 5.19 115 11.86 +108.8CambrBc n CATC 2.00f 2.3 ... 95.06 70.00 3 87.52 +9.7CamdnN s CAC 1.20 2.8 22 47.86 40.25 19 43.44 +3.1Camtek h CAMT .56 6.9 13 11.11 4.70 121 8.13 +42.1CdnSolar CSIQ ... ... 6 19.09 11.37 240 14.82 -12.1CancrGen h CGIX ... ... ...dd 3.50 .82 181 1.24 -33.0CantbryPk CPHC .28 1.8 23 17.72 11.75 1 15.16 -6.7CpStarFn n CSTR .04p ... 50 22.22 16.36 20 17.38 -16.3CapCtyBk CCBG .36f 1.5 20 26.50 22.05 17 23.75 +3.5tCapProd CPLP .32 11.7 15 3.60 2.72 715 2.74 -18.5CapSwst CSWC 1.36f 7.1 19 19.80 14.85 17 19.16 +15.8CapitalaF CPTA 1.00 11.3 12 10.00 6.88 42 8.82 +21.2Capitala22 CPTAL 1.50 6.0 ... 25.97 24.13 5 24.91 -1.2CapF cv22 CPTAG 1.44 6.1 ... 25.15 24.25 23.74 -4.5CapFedFn CFFN .34a 2.7 21 15.11 12.19 263 12.82 -4.4Capricor CAPR ... ... ...dd 4.25 .97 164 1.05 -33.5CpstnTur rs CPST ... ... ...dd 1.90 .62 512 .98 +27.3CarGurus n CARG ... ... ...cc 56.17 25.85 1762 53.94 +79.9CaraThera CARA ... ... ...dd 24.30 11.11 617 23.71 +93.7CarbBlk n CBLK ... ... ...dd 35.00 19.76 247 23.26 -2.8Carbonite CARB ... ... ...cc 43.63 20.35 310 36.90 +47.0CardiovSys CSII ... ... ... 40.00 20.58 319 37.17 +56.9Cardlytc n CDLX ... ... ...dd 28.29 11.10 159 25.50 +90.7Cardtronic CATM ... ... 24 39.10 15.80 696 33.12 +78.8CareTrust CTRE .82 4.7 34 19.76 12.73 643 17.45 +4.1CareDx h CDNA ... ... ...dd 27.55 3.15 728 26.58 +262.1CareerEd CECO .30f 2.0 ...dd 19.07 9.75 180 14.67 +21.4CarlyleGp CG 1.38e 5.8 9 25.90 19.50 526 23.80 +3.9CarlGp pfA TCGP 1.47 6.5 ... 25.85 22.70 21 22.72 -10.4CaroFin s CARO .28 .7 20 45.58 34.56 50 38.82 +4.5CarolTrBk CART ... ... 30 10.00 7.40 16 8.17 -14.5Carrizo CRZO ... ... 55 31.57 13.50 1557 26.28 +23.5CarrolsRst TAST ... ... 18 16.40 9.90 454 14.00 +15.2CarverBc lf CARV ... ... 44 11.94 2.01 12 4.43 +52.3CasaSys n CASA ... ... 81 34.21 11.26 964 15.46 -13.0CasellaW CWST ... ... ...dd 33.94 16.64 105 31.14 +35.3Caseys CASY 1.16 .9 31 130.50 90.42 400 128.35 +14.7CassInfo CASS 1.04 1.6 32 74.49 54.37 15 65.28 +12.1Catabasis n CATB ... ... ... 3.78 .61 2271 .85 -43.0CatalstB rs CBIO ... ... ...dd 37.00 4.15 189 10.22 -25.1CatalystPh CPRX ... ... ...dd 4.51 2.18 1822 3.44 -12.0Catasys n CATS ... ... ... 14.29 3.30 86 13.05 +248.0CathayGen CATY .96 2.3 16 45.59 37.83 327 42.47 +.7CathGn wt CATYW ... ... ... 24.59 20.23 22.21 -.4CausIntV n CIVEC ... ... ... CavcoInd CVCO ... ... 37 261.80 139.00 69 248.85 +63.1CecoEnv CECE .30 3.8 ... 9.42 4.00 62 7.85 +53.0Celcuity n CELC ... ... ... 31.00 11.14 11 28.86 +52.3Celgene CELG ... ... 26 147.17 74.13 2728 87.56 -16.1Celgene rt CELGZ ... ... ... 2.65 .11 18 1.56 +60.8CelldexTh CLDX ... ... ...dd 3.26 .40 1280 .45 -84.2CellectBio n APOP ... ... ... 13.50 4.40 4 4.88 -30.2CellectB wt APOPW ... ... ... 4.31 1.84 2.41 +14.0Cellct wt rs CLRBW ... ... ... .25 .10 .10 Celct wtA CLRBZ ... ... ... .85 .39 .49 -1.6Cellectar rs CLRB ... ... ... 20.40 2.03 117 2.68 -80.4Cellectis n CLLS ... ... ...dd 38.85 22.62 156 29.25 +.3CallularBio CBMG ... ... ...dd 23.00 9.15 150 21.95 +95.1Celsion rs CLSN ... ... ...dd 6.06 1.47 211 2.75 +2.6CelsiusH n CELH ... ... ... 6.20 3.05 68 4.08 -22.3Celyad n CYAD ... ... ... 64.75 25.55 2 27.64 -35.9Cemtrx wt CETXW ... ... ... .45 .20 .27 +3.8Cemtrex rs CETX .02p ... 5 3.57 1.30 12 1.48 -41.9Cemtrx pf CETXP .58t ... ... 7.05 3.50 3.80 -24.9CntRsDvA CDEV ... ... ... 22.14 15.78 2101 21.47 +8.4CntrStBk CSFL .40 1.4 ... 32.27 25.03 1243 28.99 +12.7CEurMed CETV ... ... ...dd 5.20 3.40 62 3.75 -19.4CentrlFd rs CFBK ... ... 31 16.95 12.32 8 15.59 +3.1CentGard lf CENT ... ... 20 45.02 34.81 108 38.28 -1.6CenGrdA lf CENTA ... ... ... 41.97 32.57 230 35.34 -6.3CntlVyCm CVCY .32f 1.5 17 22.75 18.05 48 21.63 +7.2CentAl CENX ... ... 18 24.77 11.04 3688 11.89 -39.5CntyBcMA CNBKA .48 .7 ... 89.40 70.55 2 72.60 -7.2CentCas CNTY ... ... 47 9.85 7.12 94 7.50 -17.9CeragonN CRNT ... ... ... 4.15 1.64 448 2.91 +47.0Cerecor n CERC ... ... ...dd 5.74 .77 30 4.61 +44.1Cerecor wtA CERCW ... ... ... .60 .02 .26 -14.7Cerner CERN ... ... 33 73.86 52.05 1411 63.78 -5.4CerusCp CERS ... ... ...dd 8.05 2.57 522 7.38 +118.3CescaTh h KOOL ... ... ... 6.44 .22 113 .38 -87.4sChaisma n CHMA ... ... ...dd 3.30 1.20 194 3.65 +114.7ChampO hrs CSBR ... ... ...dd 15.09 3.05 238 13.54 +249.0Changyou CYOU ... ... 5 27.93 12.68 55 13.92 -43.9Chantic rs BURG ... ... ... 5.15 1.81 3 2.31 -12.2CharlsCol h CTHR ... ... ...dd 1.60 .80 92 .87 -35.4ChartInds GTLS ... ... 50 80.31 37.31 443 75.07 +60.2ChartCm n CHTR ... ... ...cc 396.64 250.10 1602 327.04 -2.7ChkPoint CHKP ... ... 23 120.81 93.76 648 118.48 +14.3CheckC wt CHEKW ... ... ... .60 .15 .33 +80.6CheckC nrs CHEK ... ... ... 24.00 3.08 75 3.92 -62.5ChckPnt n CKPT ... ... ... 9.15 2.22 338 4.55 +17.3Cheesecake CAKE 1.32f 2.5 17 60.19 40.30 621 52.49 +8.9ChefsWhs CHEF ... ... 75 37.75 16.15 229 37.70 +83.9Chembio CEMI ... ... ...dd 11.55 5.85 42 9.35 +14.0ChemFinl CHFC 1.36f 2.4 18 59.83 49.41 228 55.82 +4.4ChemoCntx CCXI ... ... 47 15.08 5.42 215 12.82 +115.5ChemungF CHMG 1.04 2.4 24 56.83 39.01 9 42.57 -11.5Cherokee h CHKE .20 25.3 ...dd 3.45 .38 175 .79 -58.4ChkSoup n CSSE .45p ... ...dd 11.41 6.19 7 9.73 +8.1ChkSoup pf CSSEP 2.44 9.2 ... 26.56 24.05 1 26.40 +6.0ChildPlace PLCE 2.00 1.6 28 161.65 99.90 330 124.40 -14.4Chimerix CMRX ... ... ...dd 5.94 3.57 941 4.00 -13.6ChAdvCns CADC ... ... ...dd 10.20 1.60 2 4.10 -4.7ChinaAuto CAAS ... ... 6 5.47 3.58 10 3.68 -23.3ChinaBio CBPO ... ... 21 107.44 71.85 112 80.75 +2.5ChinCer rs CCCL ... ... ... 4.28 1.21 8 1.31 -45.1ChiCmCr h GLG ... ... ... 4.00 .46 6 .70 -49.2ChiCustR n CCRC ... ... ... 35.10 7.90 23 10.61 -37.8ChiFnOnl JRJC ... ... ...dd 4.14 1.65 36 1.82 -32.1ChinaHGS HGSH ... ... 2 4.48 1.18 16 1.26 +2.6ChnaIntNt n CIFS ... ... ... 66.10 7.99 51 8.77 -79.1ChinaJJ h CJJD ... ... ...dd 1.79 1.17 326 1.61 +29.8ChinLend h CLDC .32e 36.4 ... 7.75 .77 13 .88 -71.7 ChinaNRes CHNR ... ... ... 4.23 1.65 4 1.79 -33.0ChiRecy rs CREG ... ... ... 9.39 .95 29 1.13 -59.6ChnaTcF rs CNTF ... ... ... 4.07 1.75 4 2.19 -15.4ChXDPlas CXDC ... ... 2 5.00 3.13 1 3.50 -23.9ChiCache lf CCIH ... ... ...dd 4.75 .80 68 1.17 -30.8ChinaNt rs CNET ... ... ...dd 11.90 1.00 14 1.81 +66.1ChipMOS IMOS 1.97e 13.0 20 21.90 12.69 7 15.12 -14.3ChromaDx n CDXC ... ... ... 7.24 3.19 147 3.70 -37.1ChrchllD CHDN 1.52f .6 32 314.60 198.90 106 273.90 +17.7ChuysHldg CHUY ... ... 26 34.10 19.85 271 25.05 -10.7CideraTh n CDTX ... ... ...dd 8.80 3.65 16 4.20 -38.2Cimpress CMPR ... ... ...cc 171.76 95.45 137 140.40 +17.1CinnFin CINF 2.12 2.7 22 79.67 66.33 521 77.41 +3.3Cinedigm rs CIDM ... ... ... 1.81 .98 6 1.27 -15.3Cintas CTAS 1.62f .8 36 217.34 136.07 466 211.11 +35.5Cirrus CRUS ... ... 15 58.80 34.78 763 40.07 -22.7Cisco CSCO 1.32 2.7 24 48.64 33.17 20067 48.44 +26.5CitiTrends CTRN .32 1.1 23 34.90 18.71 71 28.81 +8.9CitiusPh wt CTXRW ... ... ... 1.25 .21 .90 +50.0CitiusPh n CTXR ... ... ... 5.49 1.12 114 1.77 -53.4Citiz&Nthn CZNC 1.08 4.0 20 28.99 22.00 7 26.68 +11.2CtzCmtyBc CZWI .20f 1.4 17 14.25 13.00 26 14.01 +3.8CitizFst CZFC .28e 1.0 16 27.10 21.51 27.10 +12.9CitizHold CIZN .96 4.0 18 25.50 21.18 1 23.95 +3.7CitrixSy s CTXS ... ... 30 116.82 75.19 1711 109.69 +24.6CtyHld CHCO 1.84 2.4 21 83.27 64.32 34 76.85 +13.9CivistaBcsh CIVB .28 1.1 18 25.88 20.41 60 24.90 +13.2Civista pf CIVBP 1.63 2.1 ... 80.00 62.00 76.25 +3.1Clarus CLAR .03p ... ... 11.30 6.35 85 10.40 +32.5CleanEngy CLNE ... ... ...dd 4.05 1.31 867 2.73 +34.5ClearOne CLRO .28 12.4 ...dd 9.95 2.00 14 2.25 -74.9ClrAllCGr n CACG ... ... ... 31.85 25.84 17 31.26 +12.2ClrDvStr n YLDE ... ... ... 29.55 26.35 29.55 +6.8Cleareld CLFD ... ... 29 15.30 10.35 23 13.15 +7.3ClearsBio n CLSD ... ... ...dd 15.33 5.30 129 6.18 -11.7ClearSign CLIR ... ... ...dd 4.70 1.40 59 1.70 -52.8ClearS wt CLIRW ... ... ... 1.49 .48 .75 -25.0ClemPhr n CMTA ... ... ... 20.15 8.10 87 12.12 -36.1CleBio hrs CBLI ... ... ...dd 4.25 1.76 16 2.01 -49.9ClovisOnc CLVS ... ... ...dd 86.26 31.19 473 32.64 -52.0CoDiagn n CODX ... ... ... 6.85 1.45 11 2.67 +1.1CoBizFncl COBZ .40 1.7 36 23.55 18.01 225 23.16 +15.9CoStar CSGP ... ... 85 448.35 255.41 217 417.52 +40.6CoastFn n CCB ... ... ... 18.90 15.50 16 16.84 +2.7CoastwayB CWAY ... ... 76 28.25 19.75 6 28.23 +33.1CocaBtl COKE 1.00 .6 45 230.00 125.08 35 177.99 -17.3CocrystP n COCP ... ... ... 6.45 1.61 8 2.74 -40.5CodaOct n CODA ... ... ... 8.44 3.28 33 6.13 +28.5Codexis CDXS ... ... ...dd 19.30 5.70 491 18.50 +121.6CdrsVlly CVLY .62b 1.9 17 33.46 24.83 11 31.97 +16.1CoffeeH JVA ... ... 37 5.75 3.65 33 4.39 +3.1CogentC CCOI 2.08f 3.8 ...cc 57.65 35.75 148 55.45 +22.4Cognex s CGNX .18 .3 45 72.99 39.90 1363 58.96 -3.6CognizTch CTSH .80 1.0 24 85.10 69.69 2638 77.27 +8.8CohBar n CWBR ... ... ... 10.79 4.06 58 4.26 -14.3Coherent COHR ... ... 27 329.00 145.66 232 189.03 -33.0CoherusBio CHRS ... ... ...dd 20.66 8.05 543 16.10 +83.0Cohu COHU .24 1.0 22 27.83 18.60 336 22.94 +4.5CollPlant n CLGN ... ... ... 8.99 4.70 1 5.34 -40.3CllctUnv CLCT .70 4.6 11 30.82 13.00 21 15.08 -47.3Collegium n COLL ... ... ...dd 29.90 9.01 249 15.77 -14.6Colliers CIGI .10 .1 27 84.20 46.60 24 79.90 +32.4ColonyBk CBAN .20 1.1 12 19.50 13.00 0 18.41 +26.1ColBnkg COLB 1.04 2.6 20 48.06 39.55 221 39.79 -8.4ColumFn n CLBK ... ... ... 17.73 15.30 62 16.80 +8.9ColuSprtw COLM .88 1.0 31 95.58 57.50 204 90.39 +25.8Colmbus CMCO .20 .5 ...cc 45.85 34.02 71 42.66 +6.7comScore n SCOR ... ... ... 25.69 17.72 501 18.79 -23.2Comcast s CMCSA .76 2.1 17 44.00 30.43 67585 35.63 -10.7CommScpe COMM ... ... 30 41.60 26.29 2378 30.16 -20.3CmcBMO CBSH .94f 1.4 19 72.55 52.07 450 68.05 +21.9CmcBc pfB CBSHP 1.50 5.8 ... 26.98 25.00 3 25.80 -2.1CmclVehcl CVGI ... ... 38 13.90 6.38 262 9.21 -13.8CommSys JCS .16 4.9 ...dd 4.79 3.00 36 3.29 -7.6CmtyBkTr ESXB ... ... 23 10.05 7.90 14 8.85 +8.6CmtyFinCp TCFC .40 1.2 17 40.44 32.83 2 33.40 -12.8CommuFt n CFBI ... ... ... 13.91 10.53 5 11.58 -.2CmtyHlt rt CYHHZ ... ... ... .04 .01 1073 .04 +457.1CmtyTrBc CTBI 1.44f 3.1 15 53.00 43.00 26 46.30 -1.7CmtyWest CWBC .20 1.7 18 12.97 10.25 0 11.90 +11.7CommVlt CVLT ... ... ... 72.65 48.35 440 69.10 +31.6Compugn CGEN ... ... ...dd 5.00 2.25 53 3.90 +56.0CmptrPr CPSI .40 1.5 50 34.65 25.15 145 26.90 -10.5CmpTask CTG .24 4.4 ... 9.62 4.90 9 5.44 +6.7CmstkH rs CHCI ... ... ... 6.58 1.20 35 2.61 +53.5Comtech CMTL .40 1.2 27 36.80 17.11 142 33.96 +53.5ConatusPh CNAT ... ... 31 7.95 3.22 3205 6.49 +40.5ConcertPh CNCE ... ... ...dd 30.71 12.33 107 13.84 -46.5Conformis n CFMS ... ... ...dd 4.17 .88 161 1.21 -49.2ConiferH n CNFR ... ... ...dd 7.20 5.00 0 6.00 +3.4Conmed CNMD .80 1.0 27 83.49 49.09 200 79.62 +56.2Conns CONN ... ... 34 42.65 22.10 276 36.15 +1.7ConnectOne CNOB .30 1.3 22 31.40 23.35 67 23.98 -6.9ConnWtrSv CTWS 1.25 1.8 43 69.80 48.86 37 69.02 +20.2ConsolCom CNSL 1.55 11.9 ... 20.72 10.31 483 13.06 +7.1ConsolWtr CWCO .34 2.4 43 15.35 11.20 22 14.45 +15.5ConstAlph n CNAC ... ... ... 10.15 9.55 69 10.10 +3.6ConstAl wt CNACW ... ... ... .30 .20 .25 +13.6ConstAlp un CNACU ... ... ... 11.50 8.22 0 10.31 +1.3ConstAl rt CNACR ... ... ... .95 .25 .45 +45.2ConstPh n CNST ... ... ... 12.21 6.40 76 7.99 -30.5ConstPrt n ROAD ... ... ... 14.06 10.31 68 12.31 +1.7ConsuPtf CPSS ... ... 5 4.86 3.18 17 3.85 -7.2ContraFect CFRX ... ... ... 2.93 .85 163 1.81 +79.2tContraV rs CTRV ... ... ... 6.60 .61 194 .61 -79.0Control4 CTRL ... ... 48 37.62 20.50 386 33.93 +14.0ConvrgOn n CVON .08 .8 ... 10.83 8.01 36 9.50 -4.8CoolHl rs AWSM ... ... ... 22.61 2.70 2406 12.09 +68.3Copart s CPRT ... ... 30 67.08 33.71 4636 51.42 +19.1CorbusPhm CRBP ... ... ...dd 9.96 4.50 2502 7.25 +2.1Corcept CORT ... ... 14 25.96 11.55 710 14.32 -20.7CoreMrk s CORE .40 1.2 37 38.16 17.10 251 33.29 +5.4Corium CORI ... ... ...dd 13.93 7.17 70 9.35 -2.7CorOnDem CSOD ... ... ...dd 58.56 33.57 425 57.88 +63.8CorrevPh g CORV ... ... ...dd 2.45 1.29 2.33 +50.3Corvel CRVL ... ... 33 61.20 46.45 39 60.60 +14.6CorvusPh n CRVS ... ... ...dd 17.30 7.42 60 8.85 -14.6Costco COST 2.28 1.0 34 245.16 154.11 1530 233.34 +25.4CountrP rs CPAH ... ... ...dd 7.30 1.92 4 2.05 -36.1CountyBcp ICBK .28 1.1 13 33.94 24.29 4 25.66 -13.8CoupaSft n COUP ... ... ...dd 84.53 30.15 461 76.86 +146.2Covenant CVTI ... ... 34 35.19 24.79 173 30.57 +6.4CowenInc s COWN ... ... 43 18.25 11.63 215 16.00 +17.2Cowen27 n COWNZ 1.84 7.2 ... 26.24 24.76 1 25.45 -1.0Cowen33 n COWNL 1.94 7.7 ... 25.49 24.87 5 25.17 +1.0CrackerB CBRL 5.00 3.4 15 179.12 141.63 419 147.51 -7.2CraftBrew BREW ... ... 29 21.00 16.65 83 16.95 -11.7Cray Inc CRAY ... ... 59 28.60 17.90 139 21.65 -10.5CreditAcc CACC ... ... 21 467.26 268.52 132 449.04 +38.8CSVixST rs VIIX ... ... ...q 23.85 10.84 101 11.27 -4.3CSSilvCC SLVO .50e 7.7 ...q 8.29 6.40 21 6.53 -17.3CSGoldCvC GLDI .47e 5.8 ...q 9.32 7.90 15 8.12 -10.1CSVS3xInSlv DSLV ... ... ...q 39.55 20.93 52 36.87 +56.2CSVS3xInG DGLD ... ... ...q 60.61 37.83 32 56.98 +30.6CS VS3xGld UGLD ... ... ...q 12.69 7.57 482 8.03 -27.9CSVIVxMT ZIV ... ... ...q 94.42 60.60 29 80.43 -9.3CrS Crd n USOI 2.46e 8.2 ... 33.00 23.62 0 29.92 +12.3CS VSSilv USLV ... ... ...q 13.16 5.65 2234 6.06 -47.8Cree Inc CREE ... ... ...dd 51.78 24.79 1354 40.47 +9.0Cresud CRESY .45e 3.1 ... 23.69 12.47 113 14.67 -33.6Crinetic n CRNX ... ... ... 42.00 19.23 98 30.11 +22.8Criteo SA CRTO ... ... 19 47.57 21.00 371 23.59 -9.4Crocs CROX ... ... ...dd 22.07 8.64 1524 21.38 +69.1CronosGp n CRON ... ... ... 15.30 5.12 13475 11.86 +55.6CrssCtryHl CCRN ... ... 15 14.65 7.41 217 8.80 -31.0CrownCfts CRWS .32 5.5 18 7.54 5.20 20 5.85 -9.3CryoPrt wt CYRXW ... ... ... 6.76 2.94 5.17 -5.2CryoPort rs CYRX ... ... ...dd 16.88 6.02 322 12.48 +45.3Ctrip.com s CTRP ... ... 18 56.46 35.95 5913 38.27 -13.2CueBioph n CUE ... ... ... 17.99 7.57 77 9.15 -21.3CumbldPh CPIX ... ... ...dd 7.96 5.50 1 5.67 -23.0Curis rs CRIS ... ... ... 8.70 1.36 77 1.62 -53.7tCutera CUTR ... ... 30 56.05 29.85 154 29.50 -35.0Cyanotch h CYAN ... ... ...dd 5.78 3.21 0 3.54 -9.4CybrOpt CYBE ... ... ...cc 22.30 11.35 52 21.20 +41.3CyberArk CYBR ... ... 84 78.36 40.62 494 72.91 +76.2Cyclacel pf CYCCP .60 12.0 ... 8.75 4.94 5.00 -32.4Cyclacel rs CYCC .15p ... ...dd 2.25 1.28 36 1.36 -21.8CymaBay CBAY ... ... ...dd 15.59 7.36 772 11.08 +20.4CypSemi CY .44 2.8 26 18.87 14.05 8728 15.52 +1.8Cyren Ltd CYRN ... ... ...dd 3.15 1.63 19 3.10 +24.0CyrusOne CONE 1.84 2.8 ...cc 69.01 43.49 1191 65.25 +9.6CytRx rs CYTR ... ... ... 2.95 1.00 96 1.05 -37.9Cytokinetic CYTK ... ... ...dd 15.95 6.21 476 9.00 +10.4CytomX n CTMX ... ... ...dd 35.00 17.02 351 18.51 -12.3Cytori wt CYTXW ... ... ... .06 .01 .04 +218.2CytoriTh rs CYTX ... ... ... 8.70 .32 178 .43 -85.8Cytosorbnt CTSO ... ... ... 14.95 5.35 170 13.55 +108.5D -:DBV Tech DBVT ... ... ... 50.57 16.65 97 24.16 -1.8DFB Hlt n DFBH ... ... ... 9.80 9.60 0 9.72 +.2DFB Hlt un DFBHU ... ... ... 10.30 10.00 10.10 +1.0DHX Mda n DHXM .08 ... 29 5.50 2.49 2.60 -26.8DLH Hldgs DLHC ... ... 61 6.83 5.00 16 6.06 -1.6DMC Globl BOOM .08 .2 ...dd 51.05 16.30 129 39.15 +56.3DNB Fncl DNBF .28 .8 16 37.15 30.40 3 36.60 +8.6DSP Gp DSPG ... ... ...cc 13.95 11.30 51 11.85 -5.2DXP Ent DXPE ... ... 29 49.50 24.89 88 40.40 +36.6DailyJourn DJCO ... ... ...cc 250.95 213.85 3 238.27 +3.5Daktronics DAKT .28 3.5 34 10.86 7.38 160 7.93 -13.1DareBio rs DARE ... ... ... 3.59 .74 29 1.00 -53.8DarioHlth DRIO ... ... ... 3.64 .89 41 .96 -40.1DarioHl wt DRIOW ... ... ... .65 .12 .30 +33.2sDasanZ rs DZSI ... ... ...dd 11.95 6.04 139 12.93 +39.6Daseke n DSKE ... ... ... 14.52 8.04 166 8.25 -42.3Daseke wt DSKEW ... ... ... 2.08 1.14 1.90 -6.9Data IO DAIO ... ... 16 16.49 4.88 22 5.33 -55.7Datawatch DWCH ... ... ...dd 14.20 7.70 211 11.50 +21.1DaveBuster PLAY .60p .9 21 64.74 37.85 839 63.80 +15.6DavidsT g n DTEA ... ... ...dd 5.35 2.25 3135 2.40 -38.5DavSelFn n DFNL ... ... ... 25.62 22.20 11 25.23 +5.3DavSelEq n DUSA ... ... ... 25.97 21.56 17 25.51 +9.0DavSelW n DWLD ... ... ... 28.88 24.00 30 25.58 -2.5DawsonGeo DWSN .05p ... ...dd 8.40 4.07 56 6.24 +31.8Deciphera n DCPH ... ... ... 45.61 15.15 266 39.92 +76.1DelFriscos DFRG ... ... ...dd 18.85 7.75 218 8.45 -44.6DelTaco TACO ... ... 9 15.99 10.00 305 11.25 -7.2DelTaco wt TACOW ... ... ... 5.60 2.64 3.81 +29.1DelmarPh n DMPI ... ... ... 1.82 .33 246 .82 -24.8DeltaTch h DELT ... ... ... 4.70 .68 57 .87 -17.9DenaliTh n DNLI ... ... ... 25.79 12.32 748 20.74 +32.6Dennys DENN ... ... 25 17.75 12.08 299 13.94 +5.3Dentsply XRAY .35 .9 ...dd 68.98 37.46 2397 38.09 -42.1Dermira DERM ... ... ...dd 31.42 6.98 266 10.35 -62.8DescSys DSGX ... ... 98 35.87 24.85 71 34.35 +21.0DestMatrn DEST .80 19.1 ...dd 6.84 1.47 37 4.18 +40.7Dest XL DXLG ... ... ...dd 3.05 1.45 45 2.50 +13.6Deswell DSWL .28 8.0 ...dd 3.64 2.32 12 3.52 +29.4Determine DTRM ... ... ...dd 2.43 .60 3 .75 -58.2DexCom DXCM ... ... ...dd 148.56 42.62 1422 142.10 +147.6DiamHill DHIL 7.00e ... 11 219.90 161.10 9 162.70 -21.3DiambkEn FANG .50 .4 23 138.25 95.69 2216 132.86 +5.2DianaCnt rs DCIX ... ... ...dd 28.48 1.01 424 1.13 -72.2DicernaPh DRNA ... ... ...dd 17.98 4.44 623 16.87 +86.8DifferBr rs DFBG ... ... ...dd 6.89 .70 25 4.12 +333.7DiffusP hn DFFN ... ... ...dd 2.97 .31 99 .46 -61.4DigiIntl DGII ... ... 47 14.70 9.21 52 13.25 +38.7Digimarc DMRC ... ... ...dd 39.95 22.85 36 30.55 -15.5Digirad DRAD .22 14.7 ...dd 3.50 1.25 91 1.50 -41.7DigitalAlly DGLY ... ... ...dd 4.95 1.70 199 4.05 +52.8DigitlTurb APPS ... ... ...dd 2.59 1.12 258 1.21 -32.4DimeCBc DCOM .56 3.2 17 22.65 17.10 150 17.70 -15.5Diodes DIOD ... ... 29 39.31 26.09 248 34.06 +18.8DiscIncA DISCA ... ... 16 32.65 15.99 3184 31.91 +42.6DiscIncB DISCB ... ... 16 48.85 19.25 31.65 +27.6DiscIncC DISCK ... ... 15 29.96 14.99 3339 29.12 +37.6 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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DishNetw h DISH ... ... 13 54.77 28.80 3539 35.42 -25.8Diversicre DVCR .22 3.4 17 12.25 5.25 4 6.39 -36.2DivrsRst h SAUC ... ... 2 2.22 .85 100 1.42 -11.3DixieGrp DXYN ... ... ...dd 4.30 1.40 39 1.75 -54.5DocuSign n DOCU ... ... ... 68.35 37.00 1569 51.83 +30.5tDgssInt A n DOGZ ... ... ... 6.40 2.50 2 2.27 -61.5DollarTree DLTR ... ... 12 116.65 79.17 2584 85.63 -20.2DolphEnt hn DLPN ... ... ... 5.77 2.04 6 2.60 -27.8DolphE wt h DLPNW ... ... ... .80 .36 .41 -25.5Domo B n DOMO ... ... ... 28.86 15.79 657 20.37 -25.4DonegalA DGICA .57 4.1 24 18.25 13.28 14 13.81 -20.2DonegalB DGICB .50 3.8 26 15.91 11.52 13.15 -13.6DorchMin DMLP 1.63e 8.3 16 20.93 14.30 77 19.55 +28.6Dorman DORM ... ... 25 83.42 56.36 167 78.42 +28.3DovaPh n DOVA ... ... ... 37.00 20.65 115 24.02 -16.6tDragVic n LYL ... ... ... 14.99 1.41 3 1.40 -67.9DrprOkw n DOTA ... ... ... 10.15 9.71 12 10.10 +3.3DrprOk wt DOTAW ... ... ... .90 .41 .90 +34.3DrprOk rt DOTAR ... ... ... .65 .30 1 .45 -10.0DrpOkwd un DOTAU ... ... ... 13.50 10.13 11.10 +5.4tDropCar rs DCAR ... ... ... 13.52 .53 63 .52 -87.4Dropbox n DBX ... ... ... 43.50 24.78 3172 26.33 -7.5DryShips s DRYS .14e ... 1 6.90 2.20 601 5.36 +51.8DuluthH n DLTH ... ... 40 35.67 15.13 179 29.71 +66.4Dunkin DNKN 1.39 1.9 31 77.13 52.35 1082 72.82 +13.0DurectCp DRRX ... ... ...dd 2.55 .75 291 1.06 +15.0Dynasil DYSL ... ... 8 2.06 1.13 8 1.31 +11.0Dynatronic DYNT ... ... ...dd 3.60 2.10 6 2.90 +.6DynavaxT DVAX ... ... ...dd 24.45 11.35 408 12.40 -33.7E -:E-Trade ETFC ... ... 19 66.46 41.50 2478 54.41 +9.8eBay s EBAY ... ... 16 46.99 32.86 8702 33.72 -10.7eBay56 n EBAYL 1.50 5.7 ... 27.35 25.00 18 26.23 -2.6EDAP TMS EDAP ... ... ... 4.25 2.07 21 2.91 +1.4eHealth EHTH ... ... ...dd 32.96 13.61 91 27.91 +60.7tEMC Inc s EMCI .88 3.6 17 32.19 24.23 10 24.34 -15.2ENDRA n NDRA ... ... ... 5.88 1.55 232 3.57 -26.5ENDRA wt NDRAW ... ... ... 2.00 .36 1.30 +4.0ENGlobal ENG ... ... 4 1.47 .73 33 1.01 +16.1ESSA Bcp ESSA .36 2.2 24 16.80 14.16 15 16.28 +3.9EtfLonCanc CNCR ... ... ... 32.32 23.13 9 24.85 +4.5EtfAlpSmC SMCP ... ... ...q 27.84 23.23 27.03 +3.6EtfValidea VALX ... ... ...q 30.43 27.62 1 29.47 +1.6IsectPsGr ef PMPT ... ... ... 28.26 25.08 27.69 +1.7EVO Pay n EVOP ... ... ... 27.87 19.00 383 25.41 +33.6EXFO g EXFO ... ... ...dd 4.70 3.17 13 4.05 -6.9eXp Wrld n EXPI ... ... ...dd 19.72 10.89 285 18.39 +19.5EagleBncp EGBN ... ... 13 69.80 46.20 175 51.90 -10.4EagBcMT EBMT .36 1.9 16 21.95 16.85 0 18.90 -9.8EagleBkS rs EGLE ... ... ...dd 6.14 4.18 315 5.67 +26.6EaglFnB n EFBI .96f 6.0 ... 19.50 15.50 15.98 -1.2EaglePhm EGRX ... ... 36 85.66 48.84 162 68.69 +28.6EstWstBcp EWBC .92f 1.5 16 73.98 55.97 783 61.96 +1.9EastrAcq n EACQ ... ... ...cc 11.25 9.45 10.35 +2.5EastAc wt h EACQW ... ... ... .97 .59 .73 +22.7Easterl un h EACQU ... ... ... 11.45 9.41 11.40 +6.2EasternCo EML .44 1.5 39 31.00 24.00 3 28.60 +9.4EastsDist n EAST ... ... ... 9.25 3.53 100 8.59 +113.2EV StkNx s EVSTC ... ... ... 100.02 49.99 100.02 +100.0EV GlInBu s EVGBC ... ... ... 100.02 49.99 100.02 +100.1EV 5-15Mu s EVLMC ... ... ... 100.04 49.97 100.04 +100.2EV DivCrd s OKDCC ... ... ... 100.10 50.00 99.99 +99.8Ebix Inc s EBIX .30 .4 25 89.10 59.10 94 80.95 +2.1EchoGLog ECHO ... ... 79 36.75 17.70 1106 33.15 +18.4EchoStar SATS ... ... 11 62.29 43.33 441 46.27 -22.8tEco-Stim h ESES ... ... ...dd 1.62 .32 812 .33 -73.8EcologyEn EEI .40 3.1 ...dd 14.45 10.25 7 13.00 +23.8EdgeTher h EDGE ... ... ...dd 17.77 .70 195 .77 -91.8Edgewater EDGW ... ... ...dd 7.30 4.25 32 5.07 -18.8EdisonNat EDNT ... ... ... 11.63 4.56 24 7.17 +22.1EditasM n EDIT ... ... ...dd 45.02 19.06 615 30.55 -.6EducDev s EDUC .20 1.7 39 14.35 4.63 11 11.60 +22.4eGain EGAN ... ... ...dd 19.05 2.45 472 7.65 +45.7EidosThr n EIDX ... ... ...dd 24.75 11.00 117 11.10 -52.0EigerBio rs EIGR ... ... ...dd 18.00 7.46 137 11.85 -15.1EksoBio n EKSO ... ... ...dd 4.77 1.02 357 2.33 +9.4ElPolLoc h LOCO ... ... ...cc 14.40 9.05 229 12.50 +26.3ElbitIm rs EMITF ... ... ... 3.23 1.90 0 2.22 -21.8ElbitSys ESLT 1.76 1.3 22 153.13 111.01 18 134.04 +.6EldorRsts ERI ... ... 63 50.00 23.95 635 48.35 +45.9ElectSci ESIO ... ... 8 27.72 13.00 598 17.63 -17.7ElectroSen ELSE ... ... 31 5.24 3.32 1 3.68 -9.1electCore n ECOR ... ... ... 20.25 12.85 80 14.41 -27.4ElecVeh n SOLO ... ... ... 4.15 2.27 16 2.53 +5.2ElectArts EA ... ... 25 151.26 99.63 2789 115.24 +9.7EFII lf EFII ... ... ... 43.89 25.28 221 34.62 +17.2ElmiraSB ESBK .92b 4.5 17 21.00 18.00 3 20.45 +5.0EloxxPh n ELOX ... ... ... 24.60 10.65 54 15.91 +39.6EltekLtd rs ELTK ... ... ... 8.95 2.65 0 3.71 -9.1EmclaireF EMCF 1.12 3.1 19 38.70 27.86 1 36.27 +19.5Emcore EMKR 1.50e ... 17 8.80 4.40 103 4.55 -29.5EmmisC rs EMMS ... ... 1 5.84 2.83 6 5.42 +53.8EmpirRst rs NYNY ... ... ...dd 30.98 8.50 11 8.95 -66.9EnantaPh ENTA ... ... 27 127.77 42.76 388 87.09 +48.4EncoreCap ECPG ... ... 10 52.00 35.15 275 37.90 -10.0EncorW WIRE .08 .2 16 58.70 41.00 81 50.55 +3.9Endo Intl ENDP ... ... 9 17.46 5.27 1726 16.29 +110.2Endocyte ECYT ... ... ...dd 20.85 1.36 1048 18.24 +326.2Endologix ELGX ... ... ...dd 6.72 1.64 636 1.83 -65.8EndurIntl EIGI ... ... ...dd 10.95 6.95 246 8.90 +6.0Energous WATT ... ... ...dd 33.50 6.91 301 10.39 -46.6EngyFocus EFOI ... ... ...dd 3.46 1.78 8 2.17 -11.6EnrgyRec ERII ... ... ...cc 11.30 6.17 199 9.01 +3.0EnrgXXi hn EGC ... ... ...dd 11.21 3.41 1173 7.86 +36.9Enphase ENPH ... ... ...dd 7.60 1.24 1970 4.21 +74.7EnsignGp s ENSG .18 .5 26 40.09 20.81 169 36.95 +66.4EnstarGp ESGR ... ... 29 237.30 183.85 26 210.70 +5.0EntegraFn ENFC ... ... 20 30.70 23.75 18 26.10 -10.8Entegris ENTG .28 .9 26 39.55 27.30 1015 30.20 -.8EnteraBi n ENTX ... ... ... 7.60 4.11 1 5.10 -18.8EntBcpMA EBTC .58 1.7 18 44.14 30.36 20 34.97 +2.7EntFinSv EFSC .48f .9 17 58.15 40.45 90 53.75 +19.0Epizyme EPZM ... ... ...dd 21.40 8.61 1295 10.25 -18.3ePlus s PLUS ... ... 24 107.25 67.65 98 94.00 +25.0Equinix EQIX 9.12 2.1 ...cc 495.35 370.79 453 431.97 -4.7EqtyBcsh n EQBK ... ... ... 44.30 32.93 49 40.45 +14.2sEricsson ERIC .13e 1.5 ...dd 8.83 5.56 4158 8.96 +34.1ErieInd ERIE 3.36 2.6 31 130.36 106.63 32 127.42 +4.6tErytechP n ERYP ... ... ... 30.56 9.64 1 9.80 -55.5Escalade ESCA .50 3.9 13 15.25 11.65 8 12.75 +3.7Esperion ESPR ... ... ...dd 82.68 33.06 885 42.78 -35.0EsqFnHld n ESQ ... ... ... 29.45 15.00 35 24.48 +24.0EssaPh gs EPIX ... ... ... 9.80 2.00 5 2.70 -38.4Essendant ESND .56 4.4 ...dd 17.08 7.20 216 12.81 +38.2EstLab n ESTA ... ... ... 30.71 22.03 8 23.50 -5.1EstreAm n ESTR ... ... ... 13.38 5.61 6.50 -24.8EstreAm wt ESTRW ... ... ... 1.03 .60 .71 -5.3Etsy n ETSY ... ... 72 53.25 15.27 1765 49.20 +140.6EuroTech CLWT ... ... ... 8.45 2.00 8 3.70 +11.8Euronet EEFT ... ... 24 104.16 70.67 251 101.37 +20.3Euroseas rs ESEA ... ... ... 2.73 1.23 12 1.33 -21.9EveloBio n EVLO ... ... ...dd 16.75 11.10 37 12.25 -24.6Ever-Glory EVK ... ... 6 4.50 1.96 2 3.20 +36.2EverQuo n EVER ... ... ...dd 22.09 12.01 260 15.00 -16.8Everbrdg n EVBG ... ... ...dd 63.00 23.87 265 56.93 +91.6EvrspnTc n MRAM ... ... ...dd 17.48 6.40 58 7.86 +4.8EvineLive EVLV ... ... ... 1.74 .76 268 1.11 -20.7EvofemBio EVFM ... ... ...dd 12.56 .39 70 4.02 +106.2Evogene EVGN ... ... ...dd 4.75 2.59 3 3.14 +2.3EvokePhm EVOK ... ... ...dd 4.09 1.85 137 3.21 +41.8Evolus n EOLS ... ... ...dd 39.50 6.75 378 18.06 +57.0EvolvgSys EVOL .44 19.6 6 5.85 2.05 7 2.25 -52.1ExOne XONE ... ... ...dd 12.50 6.16 62 9.44 +12.4ExactSci h EXAS ... ... ...dd 80.35 37.36 1293 78.74 +49.9ExelaTch n XELA ... ... ...dd 7.34 4.15 181 6.99 +35.7Exelixis EXEL ... ... 21 32.50 15.81 2290 16.87 -44.5ExlSvcHld EXLS ... ... 54 67.06 52.52 97 65.80 +9.0Expedia h EXPE 1.28f 1.0 60 154.24 98.52 1930 132.21 +10.4ExpdIntl EXPD .90f 1.2 23 78.16 56.45 1055 72.15 +11.5Exponent s EXPO .52 1.0 41 54.58 34.80 212 52.50 +47.7ExpScripts ESRX ... ... 12 96.45 55.80 3967 94.40 +26.5ExtendStay STAY .88f 4.4 41 22.44 16.27 1994 19.78 +4.1ExtrOilGs n XOG ... ... ...cc 17.42 10.04 1566 11.07 -22.6ExtrmNet EXTR ... ... ...dd 15.55 5.25 1138 5.75 -54.1EyePtPh EYPT ... ... ...dd 2.88 .93 714 2.69 +149.1EyegatePh EYEG ... ... ... 1.38 .29 617 .35 -67.3Eyegate wt EYEGW ... ... ... .21 .06 .18 +20.0tEyenovia n EYEN ... ... ...dd 10.74 4.11 38 4.08 -58.9Ezcorp EZPW ... ... 14 15.10 9.00 480 10.45 -14.3F -:F5 Netwks FFIV ... ... 26 196.50 114.63 450 195.41 +48.9FAT Br n FAT .48 5.8 ...cc 13.99 5.54 10 8.34 -6.5FFBW n FFBW ... ... ... 12.50 10.30 11.79 +7.0FLIR Sys FLIR .64 1.0 37 63.88 38.67 643 61.06 +31.0FNCB Bc n FNCB .16 1.5 ... 12.00 7.97 8 11.03 +19.2FRP Hldgs FRPH ... ... 21 67.70 41.90 19 64.40 +45.5FS Bncp FSBW .56f 1.0 12 66.40 48.16 29 54.84 +.5FSB Bcp n FSBC ... ... ... 18.50 15.30 0 18.00 +5.9FTD Cos FTD ... ... ...dd 13.67 2.59 224 2.68 -62.7FVCBkcp n FVCB ... ... ... 20.30 19.80 6 20.00 Facebook FB ... ... 31 218.62 149.02 18907 165.41 -6.3FalcMinrl FLMN ... ... ...cc 11.70 9.47 847 11.25 +17.2FalcMin wt OSPRW ... ... ... .95 .54 .79 +12.9FDaves DAVE ... ... ...dd 9.65 3.45 10 6.40 -2.3Fanhua FANH .90e 3.3 47 38.24 10.60 210 27.53 +27.3FarmerBrs FARM ... ... ... 35.05 23.60 56 26.75 -16.8FarmMer s FMAO .56 1.3 27 49.99 34.36 9 42.40 +3.9FarmersNB FMNB .32f 2.1 18 16.90 12.80 34 15.20 +3.1FaroTech FARO ... ... ...dd 70.20 36.25 43 64.95 +38.2Fastenal FAST 1.60f 2.8 25 61.14 42.51 2182 57.70 +5.5sFateThera FATE ... ... ...dd 14.95 3.50 1805 16.28 +166.4Fauquier FBSS .48 2.0 48 25.83 17.68 2 24.39 +11.4FedNatHld FNHC .32 1.3 22 26.76 12.84 30 24.59 +48.4FedlStAc n FSAC ... ... ...dd 11.00 9.65 4 10.08 +3.8FedlStA wt FSACW ... ... ... 1.25 .95 1.10 -4.3FedlStA un FSACU ... ... ...dd 11.10 9.53 10.90 +6.3FenncPhr n FENC ... ... ... 14.99 7.55 60 8.18 -18.4Ferrogl n GSM .24 2.9 17 17.61 6.75 991 8.42 -48.0Fibrocll rs FCSC ... ... ... 18.50 1.75 938 2.31 -27.8FibroGen FGEN ... ... ...dd 68.55 40.74 407 60.10 +26.8FidD&D n FDBC .96 1.5 ... 75.00 33.09 31 64.20 +55.4FidNasdIdx ONEQ 2.29e .7 ...q 319.34 249.16 19 313.27 +15.5FidelSo LION .48 1.9 16 27.05 20.28 59 25.19 +15.6FidusInvst FDUS 1.56a 10.6 9q 16.94 12.63 70 14.67 -3.4FidsInv23 n FDUSL 1.47 5.7 ... 28.00 24.85 1 25.61 +2.4FiestaRst FRGI ... ... ...dd 30.88 15.66 207 26.00 +36.8FifthThird FITB .72 2.5 8 34.67 26.98 4342 29.01 -4.4FifthT pf FITBI 1.66 5.9 ... 30.54 27.00 20 28.07 -1.551job JOBS ... ... ...dd 114.63 56.22 200 74.02 +21.6FnclInst FISI .96 3.0 16 34.35 27.70 147 32.20 +3.5Finisar FNSR ... ... ...dd 25.41 14.25 1201 18.58 -8.7FinjanH FNJN ... ... 3 5.07 1.66 395 4.42 +104.6FireEye FEYE ... ... ...dd 19.36 13.40 4504 16.52 +16.3FstBcpME FNLC 1.16f 4.0 16 32.33 26.35 6 29.16 +7.1FtBcpNC FBNC .40 1.0 23 43.14 32.80 204 40.16 +13.7FstBcMiss FBMS .20 .5 25 43.53 27.99 28 40.05 +17.1FstBkNJ FRBA .12 .9 23 15.00 11.15 10 13.30 -4.0FstBusey rs BUSE .80 2.6 20 33.25 28.34 186 31.04 +3.7FBusnFn s FBIZ .56 2.4 17 26.95 20.76 19 23.44 +6.0FrstCap FCAP .92 2.4 19 43.02 33.75 1 38.30 +4.2FtChoBc n FCBP ... ... ... 33.50 23.47 57 26.21 -5.5FCtzBA FCNCA 1.40 .3 23 488.44 352.15 33 465.13 +15.4FCmtyBsh FCBC .84f 2.5 19 36.09 25.85 16 33.62 +17.0FCmtyCp FCCO .40 1.6 19 26.25 20.05 6 24.50 +8.4FtConnBcp FBNK .68 2.3 20 32.40 23.85 45 30.20 +15.51stCnstBn FCCY .24 1.2 16 27.00 16.15 8 20.15 +10.1FstDeF s FDEF .68 2.2 12 35.00 24.86 30 30.66 +18.0FFnclOH FFBC .80f 2.7 16 33.70 24.80 276 29.75 +12.9FstFnB wt FFBCW ... ... ... 18.00 14.00 18.00 +12.7FstFnBksh FFIN .84f 1.4 29 61.86 42.65 133 60.05 +33.3FstFnIN THFF 1.02 2.0 17 53.05 40.75 16 50.45 +11.2FstFnNwst FFNW .32 1.9 19 21.82 13.13 19 16.61 +7.1FstFound s FFWM ... ... 19 20.43 14.95 481 16.15 -12.9FstGtyBc n FGBI .64b 2.5 ... 29.50 22.86 5 25.80 +3.2FsHawaii n FHB .96 3.4 ... 32.36 26.92 740 27.91 -4.4tFIntntBcp INBK .24 .8 12 42.40 30.00 64 30.70 -19.5FIntBc26 n INBKL 1.50 5.9 ... 26.74 24.75 25.59 -3.5 FstIntBc A FIBK 1.12 2.5 21 47.05 36.00 244 45.55 +13.7FstMerch FRME .88 1.9 20 50.44 37.60 203 46.44 +10.4FstMidIll FMBH .68a 1.7 18 42.46 30.01 66 40.56 +5.2FMidBc FMBI .44 1.6 22 27.70 22.03 425 27.07 +12.7FstNwBc n FNWB ... ... 43 18.35 15.05 35 15.31 -6.1FstSavFin FSFG .60 .9 16 80.01 53.33 1 68.79 +20.6FstSolar FSLR ... ... 31 81.72 45.26 745 50.23 -25.61stSource SRCE 1.00f 1.9 19 59.33 47.16 29 53.60 +8.4FTNDXTc QTEC .58e .7 ...q 83.42 65.76 108 79.43 +10.4FtTr AbsRet FAAR .84e ... ... 34.79 27.00 2 28.84 -1.7FT RisDv n SDVY .11e .5 ... 22.04 19.62 0 21.64 +3.1FT AsiaPc FPA 1.01e 3.2 ...q 38.10 30.24 2 31.23 -12.5FT Europe FEP .65e 1.7 ...q 42.49 36.89 66 38.87 -.5FT LatAm FLN 2.01e 11.0 ...q 23.23 17.33 7 18.26 -10.6FT Brazil FBZ 1.62e 14.6 ...q 17.67 10.42 10 11.13 -28.3FT China FCA .68e 2.5 ...q 34.79 25.86 8 27.42 -7.7FT Japan FJP .77e 1.3 ...q 63.38 53.16 11 57.09 -4.7FT SKorea FKO .59e 2.3 ...q 32.08 24.33 25.46 -13.8FT DevMkt FDT .96e 1.6 ...q 67.22 56.79 97 59.69 -4.3FT EmMkt FEM .64e 2.6 ...q 31.32 23.75 74 25.03 -10.3FT Germny FGM 1.04e 2.2 ...q 55.51 45.17 1 47.46 -7.3FT Canada FCAN .29e 1.1 ...q 27.35 24.15 11 25.50 -3.8FT UK FKU 1.57e 4.1 ...q 43.39 37.14 1 38.46 -3.5FT Switzld FSZ .78e 1.5 ...q 56.74 49.30 1 51.67 -2.0FT HKong FHK 2.82e 7.8 ...q 46.25 34.74 0 36.19 -14.7FT IndNif50 FTW 1.47e 3.8 ...q 39.68 34.92 39.03 +8.8FT EmMSC FEMS 1.65e 4.6 ...q 47.47 34.83 51 35.90 -17.2FTDvMkSC FDTS .97e 2.3 ...q 48.51 39.70 24 41.60 -6.3FT EurzAlp FEUZ .50e 1.2 ...q 48.43 40.35 183 42.86 -2.4FstT BICK BICK .34e 1.3 ...q 33.60 25.48 2 26.04 -13.7FtTrInOp n FCEF .36 1.6 ... 23.93 20.04 7 22.13 +.5tFtTrMun n MCEF ... ... ... 19.18 17.57 4 17.52 -6.5FtTrOpp n FIXD 1.52 3.1 ... 52.92 48.72 116 48.82 -3.8FTNsdGrid GRID .19e .4 ...q 53.73 47.88 3 49.20 -3.5FTMltAInc MDIV 1.20e 6.5 ...q 19.45 17.60 82 18.53 -2.5FTNsqTDv TDIV .86e 2.2 ...q 38.73 31.85 34 38.53 +9.5FTLwDOpp LMBS 1.41 2.8 ...q 52.08 50.91 247 50.95 -1.3FT BuyInc FTHI .96 4.1 ...q 24.00 21.53 8 23.35 +.2FT StratInc FDIV 2.34 4.8 ... 52.20 46.89 4 49.17 -3.8FT HdgBuy FTLB .66 2.9 ...q 23.65 21.34 5 22.93 -.6FTEnhSht FTSM 1.11 1.9 ...q 60.10 59.92 247 59.99 FT RisDiv RDVY .40e 1.3 ...q 32.00 27.40 68 31.67 +6.0FT SSICv FCVT .48a 1.6 ...q 32.38 27.52 107 30.75 +7.3FT DWF5 FV .18e .6 ...q 31.80 25.59 101 31.08 +12.7FT SPIntDv FID .86e 5.0 ...q 19.83 16.66 0 17.32 -7.0FT AmIndR AIRR .08e .3 ...q 28.70 22.55 14 28.17 +2.8FT AI Rob n ROBT .07p ... ... 32.86 28.50 8 32.38 +12.6FT US Eq RNDV .35e 1.5 ... 23.04 20.30 1 22.69 +4.6FT SmCap RNSC .22e 1.0 ... 23.70 20.00 3 23.03 +7.0FT MdCap RNMC .19e ... ... 23.12 20.13 3 22.66 +4.4FT LgCap RNLC .18e ... ... 23.27 20.23 5 23.15 +6.3FT EM Sl n RNEM 1.25e ... ... 59.26 51.56 53.93 -1.0FT DevInt RNDM .45e ... ... 55.12 47.48 0 50.67 -2.9FTNsTrn ef FTXR .33e 1.3 ... 27.65 23.76 1 25.58 -1.3FT QualInc QINC .60e 2.3 ...q 26.90 23.81 25.67 +.7FTNsSem ef FTXL .14e .4 ... 36.21 26.95 111 31.27 +3.3FsTrNsRt ef FTXD .82e 3.4 ... 25.05 19.37 10 24.31 +13.4FTNasPh ef FTXH .51e 2.2 ... 23.94 19.28 90 23.39 +9.3FTNsOil ef FTXN .37e 1.5 ... 25.88 18.49 4 25.02 +18.4FTNaFood ef FTXG .32e 1.6 ... 21.28 19.11 1 19.78 -4.8FTNsBk ef FTXO .40e 1.4 ... 32.44 26.61 427 28.95 -1.4FTDorW n FVC .17e .6 ... 29.78 23.84 86 28.98 +12.9FT DWInt IFV .32e 1.6 ...q 24.24 19.40 75 20.36 -8.5FTEMCur FEMB 2.68e 7.3 ...q 45.95 35.44 18 36.62 -13.1FT MunHI n FMHI 1.68 3.3 ... 53.47 49.45 7 50.18 -.6FT RivAsia RFAP 1.14e 2.0 ... 64.93 53.81 1 56.75 -6.3FT RivDev RFDI 1.09e 1.8 ... 68.99 59.21 29 62.04 -3.2FT RvfrDyE RFEM 1.12e 1.8 ... 79.04 60.03 11 62.37 -11.5FT RivEur RFEU .95e 1.5 ... 70.58 60.79 2 64.07 -1.9FT CA Mun FCAL 1.50 3.0 ... 53.00 48.91 2 49.95 -3.2FTCapStrn FTCS .59e 1.1 ...q 55.99 46.85 171 55.47 +8.7FTN100ExT QQXT .14e .3 ...q 53.48 45.69 1 52.88 +8.8FsTrGrEn QCLN .08e .4 ...q 21.73 18.21 4 20.38 +.4FTrTUSAlp TUSA .24e .7 ...q 36.63 30.62 1 35.92 +8.5FstTrDrcy ef DWPP .27e .9 ... 30.85 26.77 1 30.54 +6.2FTCloudC SKYY .13e .2 ...q 57.02 41.02 179 56.35 +22.8FTNdqAuto CARZ .88e 2.4 ...q 45.00 34.87 1 37.25 -11.8FT GblAg rs FTAG .38e 1.4 ...q 29.98 25.17 0 26.61 -5.5FT GblNRs FTRI .45e 3.5 ...q 13.25 11.66 2 12.73 +2.8FT Cybersc CIBR .03e .1 ...q 28.92 21.41 433 28.22 +22.0FTIntlIPO FPXI .28e .8 ...q 39.87 33.25 2 35.09 -.8FTSenLoan FTSL 1.83 3.8 ...q 48.38 47.69 193 48.04 FTTactHY HYLS 2.64 5.5 ...q 49.20 47.05 115 47.72 -1.8FT GlbCmd FTGC .26e ... ...q 21.88 19.14 246 19.77 -4.5FT MgdMu FMB 1.35 2.6 ...q 53.82 52.06 36 52.20 -2.5FTNDXEq QQEW .27e .4 ...q 64.33 54.56 15 63.44 +9.5FT NsdABA QABA .75e 1.4 ...q 58.63 49.45 21 54.84 +4.6FTSmartph FONE .86e 1.7 ...q 55.89 47.90 0 49.50 -5.2FstUSBcsh FUSB .08 .7 33 14.38 10.52 2 10.83 -15.4FstUtdCp FUNC .36 1.9 18 24.32 15.20 7 18.70 +7.5First LI s FLIC .60 2.8 9 33.50 21.35 74 21.75 -23.7FsthdTech SVVC ... ... ...q 16.55 7.58 23 16.20 +80.8FstSvc n FSV .54 .6 45 90.21 62.90 20 84.69 +21.1Fiserv s FISV ... ... 38 81.87 60.19 2001 80.92 +23.4FiveBelow FIVE ... ... ...cc 136.13 50.36 969 125.40 +89.1FivePrime FPRX ... ... ...dd 48.87 12.52 149 13.80 -37.0FiveStar FVE ... ... ...dd 1.80 .75 104 .99 -34.3Five9 FIVN ... ... ...dd 49.50 21.20 792 43.53 +75.0Flex Ltd FLEX ... ... 14 19.71 12.78 2774 13.31 -26.0FlexPhm n FLKS ... ... ...dd 8.98 .39 633 .46 -86.8FlxGlbImp ESGG ... ... ... 101.95 89.20 99.91 +5.2FlxUS Imp ESG ... ... ... 69.69 58.51 18 69.06 +8.6FlxRAstAlo ASET ... ... ... 29.37 26.74 10 28.15 -2.1FlxUSQLgC QLC ... ... ...q 36.38 30.36 4 35.86 +7.6FlxUSLgCp LKOR .41e ... ...q 55.13 49.28 49.80 -9.1FlxUSCpBd SKOR 1.24 2.5 ... 51.61 48.59 1 48.84 -4.0FlxDisDur MBSD .62e 2.7 ...q 24.01 22.84 3 22.88 -2.9FlexSh n FPAY ... ... ... 5.55 1.61 40 1.86 -51.1tFlexionTh FLXN ... ... ... 32.25 18.35 723 18.20 -27.3tFlexstl FLXS .88 2.9 ... 53.00 30.74 33 30.49 -34.8Fluent Inc FLNT ... ... ... 6.95 1.95 172 2.13 -51.7Fluidigm FLDM ... ... ...dd 8.62 4.43 219 7.95 +35.0FlushFn FFIC .80 3.2 17 31.45 24.59 38 25.00 -9.1Foamix FOMX ... ... ... 7.60 4.40 1236 5.99 -.3FocFin A n FOCS ... ... ... 49.52 35.01 245 48.40 +28.9Fonar FONR ... ... 10 33.90 21.10 19 24.70 +1.4ForeScTc n FSCT ... ... ...dd 40.96 21.56 459 39.97 +25.3ForshtAut n FRSX ... ... ... 8.20 2.44 4 3.03 -24.8FormFac FORM ... ... 35 18.65 11.10 368 13.35 -14.7FormulaSy FORTY .68e 1.6 ... 45.65 32.55 0 42.93 +5.9ForrestR FORR .80 1.8 59 50.00 36.95 18 45.65 +3.3Forterra n FRTA ... ... 26 12.30 4.16 313 7.87 -29.1Fortinet FTNT ... ... ...cc 91.27 35.44 2098 87.25 +99.7FortressBio FBIO ... ... ...dd 5.54 1.41 470 1.48 -62.9FortB pfA FBIOP 2.34 12.5 ... 24.80 14.00 1 18.75 -17.6FortySev n FTSV ... ... ... 16.86 12.50 95 13.30 -11.6ForMrII un FMCIU ... ... ... 10.13 9.95 50 10.13 +1.8ForwrdA FWRD .60 .9 30 70.14 49.88 186 68.75 +19.7Forward h FORD ... ... 26 4.45 1.13 69 1.55 +26.0ForwdPh FWP 23.12e ... ... 7.93 1.63 20 2.37 -35.6Fossil Grp FOSL ... ... ...dd 32.17 5.50 1033 22.21 +185.8Foster FSTR .16 .7 ...dd 30.30 20.25 13 22.20 -18.2FoxFactory FOXF ... ... 51 73.10 33.20 353 71.00 +82.8Francesca FRAN ... ... ...cc 8.48 3.53 856 3.93 -46.2FrankElec FELE .48 1.0 28 51.45 38.45 78 47.10 +2.6FredsInc FRED .24 12.2 ...dd 7.01 1.30 797 1.97 -51.4FrghtCar lf RAIL .36 2.2 ...dd 20.46 12.53 17 16.24 -4.9FreqElec FEIM ... ... ...dd 10.59 7.30 30 10.10 +7.9Freshpet FRPT ... ... ...dd 38.30 14.30 177 35.95 +89.7frntdoor wi FTDRV ... ... ... Fronteo FTEO ... ... ... 23.31 10.68 19.02 +52.0Frontr rs FTR 2.40 37.0 ... 13.00 4.52 2365 6.49 -4.0FuelTech FTEK ... ... ...dd 1.83 .90 33 1.33 +18.8FuelCell rs FCEL ... ... ...dd 2.49 1.00 934 1.07 -37.1FulgentG n FLGT ... ... ... 5.56 2.73 2 3.44 -21.5FulingGbl n FORK ... ... ... 6.00 2.35 22 3.45 -12.7FullHseR FLL ... ... ...dd 4.10 2.69 19 3.06 -21.3FultonFncl FULT .48 2.8 19 19.55 15.05 494 17.25 -3.6Funko n FNKO ... ... ...cc 31.12 5.81 639 21.29 +220.2FusionCon FSNN ... ... ...dd 4.42 2.30 3.30 -12.0FutFintch lf FTFT ... ... ... 8.00 1.08 37 1.26 -69.8tFuweiF rs FFHL ... ... ...dd 4.93 2.00 17 2.16 -26.4G -:GWilliFood WILC ... ... 22 7.36 5.11 2 6.95 -3.3G1Thera n GTHX ... ... ... 69.57 18.04 307 57.62 +190.4GCI Lb A n GLIBA ... ... ...dd 55.47 41.33 206 50.19 -8.3GCI Lb pfA GLIBP .88e ... ... 27.99 18.40 10 25.35 +11.4GDS Hld n GDS .46p ... ... 46.18 10.80 800 34.03 +51.0GSE Sy GVP ... ... 16 3.85 2.35 13 3.65 +12.3GSI Tech GSIT ... ... ...dd 8.94 6.02 11 6.84 -14.1GSV Cap GSVC ... ... 5 9.39 4.82 48 6.81 +25.0sGTY TchHl GTYH ... ... ...cc 10.20 9.75 26 10.07 +1.4GTY Tc un GTYHU ... ... ... 11.00 10.14 2 10.84 +5.1GTY Tch wt GTYHW ... ... ... 1.49 .98 1.29 -4.4G-III s GIII ... ... 22 51.20 23.19 796 45.47 +23.3GTx Inc rs GTXI ... ... ...dd 25.60 1.66 8372 1.86 -85.4GW Pharm GWPH ... ... ...dd 174.50 96.42 494 166.52 +26.1GWG Hldgs GWGH 4.30e ... ...dd 13.10 5.85 8 6.75 -18.9GabMedM n MOGLC ... ... ... 100.04 99.96 100.04 GabFood n FOANC ... ... ... 100.04 99.96 100.04 Gab RBI n GRBIC ... ... ... Gaiam A GAIA ... ... ...dd 22.75 11.33 146 15.95 +28.6Galapag n GLPG ... ... ... 122.28 84.13 86 112.27 +19.7GalectinTh GALT ... ... ... 9.49 1.28 576 6.62 +98.2GalmedPh GLMD ... ... 16 27.06 3.61 134 13.04 +42.5Gam&Lsr n GLPI 2.52 7.4 19 37.32 32.51 902 34.24 -7.5GamngPtrs GPIC .12e ... ... 11.89 8.02 29 8.60 -23.5Garmin GRMN 2.12 3.0 22 70.75 52.43 880 69.68 +17.0GarrisnCap GARS 1.12 13.4 8 8.95 7.77 24 8.37 +3.2Gemphire n GEMP ... ... ... 11.43 .83 375 2.29 -71.2Gencor s GENC ... ... 32 18.45 12.25 7 12.55 -24.2GenFin GFN ... ... ...dd 15.40 4.90 172 15.20 +123.5GenFin pfC GFNCP 8.90 8.6 ... 104.67 96.01 1 103.35 +2.9GenFin 21 GFNSL 2.03 7.9 ... 26.24 24.08 2 25.65 +1.6GeneticT rs GENE ... ... ... 2.05 .75 70 1.12 -3.4GeniusBr n GNUS ... ... ... 4.37 2.01 7 2.12 -22.1GenMark GNMK ... ... ...dd 9.87 3.63 169 7.96 +90.9GenoceaB GNCA ... ... ...dd 5.45 .49 1154 .61 -47.4sGenomic GHDX ... ... ...cc 70.23 26.54 314 70.89 +107.3Genprex n GNPX ... ... ... 19.45 2.16 82 2.25 -52.1Gentex GNTX .44 2.0 14 25.41 18.51 1528 22.34 +6.6Gentherm THRM ... ... 52 50.30 30.18 254 46.70 +47.1GeospcT hs GEOS ... ... ...dd 18.71 9.18 44 13.33 +2.8GerABcp s GABC .60 1.7 20 39.02 32.50 24 36.21 +2.5GeronCp GERN ... ... ...dd 6.99 1.74 12368 6.20 +244.4Gevo rs GEVO ... ... ... 24.74 2.75 429 4.18 -64.6Gibraltar ROCK ... ... 22 49.10 29.45 73 46.00 +39.4GigaMda rs GIGM ... ... ...dd 4.37 2.36 2 3.07 +.8GilatSatell GILT ... ... ...dd 9.34 5.84 8 8.99 +16.2GileadSci GILD 2.28 3.0 9 89.54 64.27 4924 75.62 +5.6GlacierBc GBCI 1.04f 2.4 23 46.28 35.17 466 43.87 +11.4GladstnCap GLAD .84 8.7 10 9.92 7.80 82 9.62 +4.5Gladst24 pf GLADN 1.50 5.8 ... 26.14 24.60 0 25.67 -.7GladstnCm GOOD 1.50 8.0 ...dd 23.29 16.78 90 18.80 -10.7GladCm pfA GOODP 1.94 7.3 ... 27.25 25.25 5 26.55 +.5Gladstn pfB GOODO 1.88 7.0 ... 27.82 25.34 6 26.90 +3.2GladCm pfD GOODM 1.75 7.0 ... 26.25 24.56 12 25.03 -3.4GladstInv GAIN .80a 7.0 16 12.26 9.00 131 11.50 +3.0GldsInv pf D GAINM 1.56 6.2 ... 25.78 25.07 1 25.33 -1.1GladstIn pfE GAINL ... ... ... 25.55 25.14 18 25.30 +.6GladstLnd LAND .53 4.3 ...cc 14.29 11.36 84 12.37 -7.9GladLnd pfA LANDP 1.59 6.2 ... 27.95 25.31 2 25.46 -1.6GlenBurnie GLBZ .40 3.2 27 13.55 10.55 1 12.34 +11.6GblBldT n GBT ... ... ...dd 68.05 27.55 726 40.40 +2.7GblEagEnt ENT ... ... ...dd 3.59 .87 136 2.35 +2.6GlbIndem GBLI 1.00 2.7 26 49.91 32.22 23 36.72 -12.6GlbIndm 45 GBLIZ 1.94 7.6 ... 26.21 25.02 1 25.60 -1.0GlbIndem 47 GBLIL 1.97 7.6 ... 26.24 25.26 6 26.06 +.7GlSlfStor n SELF .26 6.2 ... 4.94 3.92 6 4.20 -8.9sGlWatRs n GWRS .28 2.7 ... 10.50 8.40 87 10.46 +12.0GbXSpdvRE SRET 1.24 8.2 ...q 15.99 13.72 232 15.14 -2.6GblXSocM SOCL ... ... ...q 39.03 30.62 49 31.84 -3.4GbXNsChiT QQQC .07e .3 ...q 34.11 24.30 5 26.25 -15.0GbX Auto n DRIV ... ... ... 15.78 14.15 3 14.91 -2.4GblX SupDv EFAS ... ... ... 19.06 16.68 17.30 -4.5GblXYldco YLCO .51 4.2 ...q 12.79 11.36 12.10 -3.9GblX Rob n BOTZ ... ... ... 27.42 21.20 556 23.07 -2.7GlbXCon ef KRMA ... ... ... 21.53 18.05 2 21.33 +9.8GblXMilTh MILN ... ... ... 23.82 17.84 19 23.39 +21.5GbX Longv LNGR ... ... ... 22.39 18.69 1 22.23 +14.3 GlX Intrn n SNSR ... ... ... 21.41 18.61 8 20.58 +3.7GbX HlthW BFIT ... ... ... 19.83 15.90 2 19.70 +18.2GblXSupdiv ALTY 1.25 8.3 ...q 16.00 14.06 6 15.10 -1.3GlX Fintc n FINX ... ... ... 29.32 20.44 121 28.40 +29.4GlXCatholc CATH ... ... ... 36.50 30.74 7 36.20 +10.0GlobusM rs GLBS ... ... ... 2.26 .28 462 .40 -64.8GluMobile GLUU ... ... ...dd 7.80 3.02 1146 7.20 +97.8GlycoMim GLYC ... ... ...dd 26.05 10.25 137 14.43 -14.1Gogo GOGO ... ... ...dd 12.54 3.52 1049 5.29 -53.1GolLNGLtd GLNG .50f 1.8 ... 35.54 19.32 1607 28.39 -4.8GolLNGPt GMLP 2.31 16.4 ... 23.46 12.71 367 14.05 -38.4GolrLNG pf GMLPP 2.19 8.6 ... 26.70 24.22 29 25.41 -2.3GoldBull n DNJR ... ... ... 9.46 4.40 13 8.10 +70.8tGoldenEnt GDEN ... ... 22 34.75 22.55 487 23.02 -29.5GoldenOc rs GOGL .40 4.2 25 9.94 7.00 81 9.43 +15.7GolubCap GBDC 1.28a 6.8 13 19.47 17.35 135 18.75 +3.0GoodTimes GTIM ... ... ...dd 5.25 2.25 41 4.95 +86.8Goodyear GT .56 2.3 8 36.07 20.75 3246 23.84 -26.2GoosehIn n GSHD ... ... ...dd 38.18 10.78 168 33.84 +114.9GoPro GPRO ... ... ...dd 11.89 4.42 1757 6.37 -15.9GordPoin n GRAQ ... ... ... 9.90 9.70 9.87 +1.8GordPnt wt GPAQW ... ... ... GordPoi un GPAQU ... ... ... 10.46 9.97 10.45 +4.5sGores III un GRSHU ... ... ... 10.40 10.12 1 10.18 +.3GorsHl A n GSHT ... ... ... 10.60 9.85 245 10.46 +5.2GoresHl wt GSHTW ... ... ... 1.75 1.24 1.60 +1.9GoresHl un GSHTU ... ... ... 11.40 10.25 10.90 +5.2GovPrpIT GOV 1.72 15.2 19 19.60 10.97 1784 11.35 -38.8GovPrpIT46 GOVNI 1.47 5.9 ... 26.37 24.28 11 24.88 -3.7GrCanyEd LOPE ... ... 24 123.30 83.52 330 110.56 +23.5Gravity s GRVY ... ... 16 54.49 13.41 6 18.38 -61.1GrElCp hn GECC 1.00 10.1 ... 10.67 8.76 8 9.89 +.5GrElm22 n GECCL 1.63 6.4 ... 26.97 24.75 1 25.53 +.3GrElm25 n GECCM 1.69 6.7 ... 25.58 24.10 9 25.12 +2.7GrElm hn GEC ... ... ... 4.40 2.88 33 3.35 -17.3GrLkDrge GLDD ... ... ...dd 5.95 4.15 119 5.90 +9.3GrtSoBc GSBC 1.28f 2.3 16 61.65 48.10 15 56.35 +9.1GreenBncp GNBC .40 1.8 18 25.15 19.55 149 22.70 +11.8GreenBrick GRBK ... ... 14 12.50 8.93 73 9.95 -11.9GreenPlns GPRE .48 2.7 89 21.90 15.25 633 17.75 +5.3GrnP LP n GPP 1.90 13.1 8 20.39 14.40 43 14.55 -22.2Greensky n GSKY ... ... ...cc 27.02 14.49 600 19.87 -14.9GrCB NY s GCBC .40f 1.2 25 38.00 28.47 4 33.50 +2.8GreenlAc rt GLACR ... ... ... .69 .31 .39 +8.3GreenlAc un GLACU ... ... ... 11.17 10.08 10.30 +1.7GreenlAc n GLAC ... ... ... 9.70 9.63 112 9.67 +.1Greenlight GLRE ... ... ...dd 23.00 11.25 140 12.50 -37.8Greenpro n GRNQ ... ... ... 22.70 2.53 17 2.65 -88.0GrdsmHld n GSUM ... ... ... 13.99 3.68 18 5.88 -35.8Griffin GRIF .40f 1.0 ... 46.50 33.95 1 39.00 +6.3GrifolsSA s GRFS .46e 2.2 ... 25.18 19.85 555 21.22 -7.4GrinrdSh n GRIN ... ... ... 20.50 7.10 1 7.25 -57.4Groupon GRPN ... ... ... 5.99 3.72 7658 3.77 -26.1GpAeroCN OMAB 1.71e 3.1 22 56.88 37.45 56 54.93 +32.4GrpoFin GGAL .36e 1.3 ... 73.45 18.30 1521 28.34 -57.0GuarntyBc GBNK .65 2.2 19 35.20 26.26 74 30.05 +8.7GuarBcs n GNTY .60f 1.9 20 37.36 28.00 31 31.23 +1.9sGuarFBc GFED .48 1.9 37 25.64 20.41 14 25.69 +15.0GulfIsland GIFI .04 .4 ...dd 13.95 6.90 21 9.50 -29.2GulfRes GURE ... ... 2 1.93 1.05 219 1.13 -23.1GulfportE GPOR ... ... 5 15.08 8.11 4665 11.08 -13.2Gyrodyne n GYRO 2.50e ... ... 22.84 18.91 20.51 +2.1H -:H&E Eqp HEES 1.10 3.0 12 44.24 26.55 158 36.71 -9.7HD Supply HDS ... ... 12 46.29 34.02 1719 42.46 +6.1HF Foods n HFFG ... ... ... 15.70 9.75 48 14.60 +48.1HL Acqui n HCCH ... ... ... 10.47 9.51 9.54 -.1HL Acq un HCCHU ... ... ... 10.43 10.05 10.22 +1.5HL Acq rt HCCHR ... ... ... .45 .35 .42 +10.5HMN Fn HMNF ... ... 19 21.90 17.80 20.75 +8.6HMS Hldgs HMSY ... ... 81 33.85 11.01 321 32.27 +90.4HTG Mol h HTGM ... ... ...dd 5.83 1.65 205 4.43 +118.2HV Bcp n HVBC .50e ... ... 18.50 13.75 0 15.45 +1.6HabitRest HABT ... ... 92 18.30 8.10 195 15.60 +63.4HackettGp HCKT .34f 1.7 19 20.59 14.52 75 19.94 +26.9Hailiang n HLG ... ... ... 88.92 17.11 13 66.51 +47.1HainCels lf HAIN ... ... ... 44.37 25.41 1629 27.44 -35.3HalladorE HNRG .16 2.6 7 7.98 4.79 44 6.05 -.7HallmkFn HALL ... ... ...dd 11.83 8.62 18 10.87 +4.2Halozyme HALO ... ... 34 21.48 16.06 709 17.90 -11.6HamiltnBc HBK ... ... ...dd 16.20 13.50 0 14.40 -6.5HamilLa n HLNE .85 1.8 47 54.59 25.10 241 46.67 +31.9HancJaf n HJLI ... ... ... 5.64 1.95 114 2.71 -48.3HancWhit HWC .96 1.9 17 56.40 45.76 335 49.35 -.3HancWht 45 HWCPL 1.49 5.9 ... 26.67 25.00 1 25.28 -3.0HanmiFin HAFC .96 3.8 14 33.10 24.25 367 25.25 -16.8Hanwha rs HQCL ... ... 22 9.25 5.40 54 8.67 +23.5HarbrOne n HONE ... ... 62 20.19 17.25 26 19.31 +.8Harmonic HLIT ... ... ...dd 5.65 2.80 425 5.50 +31.0HartGImp n HFGIC ... ... ... 100.11 99.99 100.10 HrvrdBio HBIO ... ... ...cc 6.70 2.95 244 5.00 +51.5HarvCapCr HCAP 1.14a 10.4 8 13.87 9.90 10 11.00 +.4HarvCr22 n HCAPZ 1.53 6.0 ... 27.50 24.89 0 25.40 -.2Hasbro HAS 2.52 2.4 65 109.60 79.00 821 106.21 +16.9HawHold HA .48 1.2 6 44.25 32.40 386 39.05 -2.0Hawkins HWKN .88 2.1 21 42.85 30.55 23 41.70 +18.5HawthornB HWBK .40 1.7 18 24.80 18.37 8 23.50 +17.8HaymkAc n HYAC ... ... ... 9.85 9.50 11 9.81 +2.6HaymkA wt HYACW ... ... ... 1.00 .77 .77 -3.8HaymkA un HYACU ... ... ... 10.43 9.88 1 10.40 +5.1HaynesIntl HAYN .88 2.5 ...cc 45.14 30.50 50 35.18 +9.8HlthCSvc HCSG .78f 1.8 ... 56.20 35.04 700 42.36 -19.7HlthInsInn HIIQ ... ... 44 59.58 12.65 371 58.10 +132.9HealthEqty HQY ... ... 94 99.99 42.92 490 92.29 +97.8HlthStrm HSTM 1.00e ... 72 31.86 21.15 150 30.29 +30.8HrtlndEx HTLD .08 .4 21 25.22 17.38 233 19.89 -14.8HeartFn HTLF .56f .9 20 61.95 45.60 226 60.55 +12.9HeatBio rs HTBX ... ... ... 7.89 1.09 208 1.91 -50.1HebronTc n HEBT ... ... ... 3.75 1.25 50 1.48 -43.7HeidrkStr HSII .52 1.5 ...dd 45.29 19.55 112 35.00 +42.6HelenTroy HELE ... ... 17 132.50 81.10 186 130.40 +35.3HeliosM rs HMNY ... ... ... 9714.50 .01 117469 .02 -100.0Helius Med n HSDT ... ... ... 13.20 7.47 28 9.71 +24.3HemisMda HMTV ... ... ... 14.20 10.50 21 13.85 +19.9HennesAd s HNNA .40 2.8 7 20.00 12.95 12 14.26 -13.8HSchein s HSIC ... ... 32 86.60 62.56 1261 83.67 +19.7HrtgeCo HTBK .44 2.9 18 18.10 13.68 147 15.19 -.8HrtgeFn HFWA .60 1.7 25 37.40 28.30 248 36.35 +18.0HeritCryst HCCI ... ... 30 25.20 17.10 21 20.50 -5.7HernTher h HRTX ... ... ...dd 42.90 14.40 1130 31.65 +74.9HerzdCrb CUBA .12e ... ...q 7.54 6.36 5 6.55 -8.4HeskaCorp HSKA ... ... 77 112.25 56.59 42 109.43 +36.4Hexindai n HX .40p ... ... 17.00 7.00 102 8.25 -25.3Hibbett HIBB ... ... 11 29.60 12.60 736 19.50 -4.4HighSenLn SNLN .79 4.3 ...q 18.41 18.04 222 18.23 +.2HighpwrInt HPJ ... ... 4 5.90 2.50 2 2.68 -27.7HghwyH HIHO .40e 8.6 ... 6.55 3.30 32 4.65 +10.7HimaxTch HIMX .10e 1.7 41 13.95 5.70 1474 5.91 -43.3HingmSv HIFS 1.40f .6 19 242.00 184.25 1 217.50 +5.1Histogenics HSGX ... ... ...dd 3.35 .51 781 .62 -69.8Holl ysys HOLI .12e .6 9 28.35 16.00 88 20.64 -7.3Hologic HOLX ... ... ...dd 45.09 35.10 1785 40.67 -4.9HomeBLA HBCP .76f 1.7 20 48.47 34.12 17 43.67 +1.0HomeBcs s HOMB .48f 2.1 21 25.89 20.82 459 22.99 -1.1HmFdB LA HFBL .56f 1.5 23 37.30 26.35 0 37.30 +32.6HomeStreet HMST ... ... 26 32.60 24.50 36 27.90 -3.6HometBk n HMTA .16 1.2 ... 16.50 10.80 10 13.74 +23.0HomeTrBc HTBI ... ... 28 30.00 24.20 32 29.50 +14.6HomolMd n FIXX ... ... ...dd 24.40 15.07 80 22.85 +22.5tHookerFu HOFT .56 1.6 13 52.75 34.76 51 34.65 -18.4HopeBcp HOPE .56f 3.4 15 19.86 16.49 2304 16.67 -8.7HopFedBc HFBC .28 1.6 23 18.10 13.63 2 17.58 +24.7HorizBcp s HBNC .40 2.0 17 22.13 17.07 67 19.60 +5.8HorizPhm HZNP ... ... ...dd 21.25 11.17 1070 19.21 +31.6HorizTFn HRZN 1.20 10.5 11q 11.97 9.92 66 11.44 +2.0Hor OEXcc QYLD 2.26e 9.0 ...q 25.50 22.67 159 25.22 +2.8HorzDAX DAX .60m 2.1 ... 34.00 27.46 2 29.06 -8.0Hortonwks HDP ... ... ...dd 26.22 15.50 809 22.79 +13.3HospPT HPT 2.12 7.5 11 31.27 23.83 593 28.35 -5.0HostessBr n TWNK ... ... 21 15.40 11.00 787 11.63 -21.5Hostess wt TWNKW ... ... ... 2.51 1.23 2.23 -4.3HoughMH HMHC ... ... ...dd 12.25 5.10 587 7.55 -18.8HoustWC HWCC .12m 1.5 ... 9.32 4.80 3 8.00 +11.1HovnEn pf A HOVNP ... ... ... 8.47 4.50 5.00 -33.3HowardBcp HBMD ... ... 28 24.20 15.70 47 17.30 -21.4HuazhuGr HTHT ... ... 25 49.60 25.67 1590 30.97 -14.2HubGroup HUBG ... ... 26 56.60 37.90 170 46.85 -2.2HudsonGbl HSON .20 12.0 ...dd 2.44 1.29 40 1.66 -26.2HudsonTc HDSN ... ... 3 8.40 1.22 268 1.40 -76.9HuntJB JBHT .96 .8 18 131.74 100.25 903 120.40 +4.7HuntMar un HUNTU ... ... ... 10.90 9.85 3 10.03 +1.6HunterMar HUNT ... ... ... 9.95 9.68 1 9.95 +1.9HuntMar wt HUNTW ... ... ... .66 .25 .37 +22.9HuntBncsh HBAN .56f 3.6 17 16.60 13.04 8141 15.77 +8.3HuntBcs pf HBANO 1.56 6.0 ... 28.68 25.75 23 26.10 -7.2HuntB pfC HBANN 1.47 5.8 ... 26.85 24.76 4 25.46 -2.2Str 7handl n HNDL ... ... ... 25.98 23.65 7 24.01 -4.2Hurco HURC .44 1.0 15 50.50 38.30 12 44.85 +6.5HuronCon HURN ... ... ...dd 50.40 32.05 196 49.95 +23.5HutChMd n HCM ... ... ... 42.25 25.41 58 28.58 -27.5HuttigBld HBP ... ... ...dd 7.75 3.50 57 4.73 -28.9Hydrognc HYGS ... ... ...dd 12.00 4.95 68 7.30 -34.2HyreCar n HYRE ... ... ... 6.50 2.29 136 2.63 -48.4I -:I-AMCap n IAM ... ... ... 11.94 9.75 9 10.16 +2.9I-AMCap wt IAMXW ... ... ... .35 .21 .26 -21.2I-AMCap rt IAMXR ... ... ... .80 .21 9 .48 +59.0i3 Vert n IIIV ... ... ... 23.99 13.79 118 22.21 +21.0IAC Inter IAC 1.36 .7 46 223.54 113.01 973 208.68 +70.7IBEX Hl n IBEX ... ... ... ICAD ICAD ... ... ...dd 4.89 2.80 38 2.93 -14.8ICC Hld n ICCH ... ... 71 18.00 14.54 0 15.01 -7.7ICF Intl ICFI .56 .8 22 82.25 50.10 61 73.50 +40.0ICU Med ICUI ... ... ...cc 321.70 180.40 201 271.15 +25.5IClickInt n ICLK ... ... ...dd 11.40 4.11 68 4.29 -52.6ID Syst IDSY ... ... ...dd 8.05 5.37 8 6.64 -4.3IdexxLab s IDXX ... ... 73 256.22 146.09 334 242.71 +55.2IES Hldgs IESC ... ... 23 20.25 14.90 8 19.15 +11.0IF Bancp IROQ .25 1.0 29 25.04 19.10 0 24.68 +25.5IFresh n IFMK ... ... ...dd 18.00 1.69 15 3.00 -76.9IHS Mark INFO ... ... 31 55.99 42.40 2806 54.28 +20.2II-VI IIVI ... ... 32 53.08 36.60 403 48.35 +3.0IMV Inc n IMV ... ... ... 7.21 4.50 1 5.45 -20.8INTLFCStn INTL ... ... 16 57.00 36.01 295 48.79 +14.7IPG Photon IPGP ... ... 26 264.11 153.37 724 164.41 -23.2iPass rs IPAS ... ... ... 8.87 1.76 82 1.88 -63.8iPicEnt n IPIC ... ... ... 17.00 5.91 13 6.34 -58.1IQ US Lg n CLRG .08e ... ... 27.80 24.16 1 26.38 +4.3IQIYI n IQ ... ... ... 46.23 15.30 13837 25.89 +66.5IRSA Prop IRCP 1.86e 7.5 ... 64.68 24.00 6 24.95 -55.8IRhythm n IRTC ... ... ...dd 98.37 46.95 375 91.80 +63.8iRobot IRBT ... ... 45 118.75 55.77 714 104.12 +35.7iShEMAsia EEMA 1.23e 1.8 ...q 81.27 65.17 9 67.75 -8.1iShTurkey TUR 1.10e 4.7 ...q 46.66 18.88 2656 23.31 -46.4iShIntTBd s IGOV ... ... ...q 52.22 47.85 64 48.58 -2.7iShNewZea ENZL 2.01e 4.1 ...q 51.06 44.71 8 49.11 +3.5iSh1-3yITB ISHG .20e .2 ...q 87.67 80.50 2 82.45 -2.1iShSelDiv DVY 3.03e 3.0 ...q 102.54 91.67 473 101.41 +2.9iShGTimb WOOD .94e 1.2 ...q 83.88 66.00 15 76.69 +7.8iShEurFn EUFN .74e 3.5 ...q 25.85 19.38 788 20.89 -10.4iShAsiaexJ AAXJ 1.30e 1.8 ...q 83.52 67.22 714 70.44 -7.7iShEMInfr EMIF .93e 3.3 ...q 35.28 26.58 1 28.09 -14.6iShGClnEn ICLN .33e 3.8 ...q 10.08 8.30 53 8.66 -7.1iShACWX ACWX 1.00e 2.1 ...q 53.74 45.77 349 47.85 -4.2iSh ACWI ACWI 1.43e 1.9 ...q 77.54 68.14 925 74.34 +3.1iSEafeSC SCZ 1.51e 2.4 ...q 69.19 60.04 1026 62.87 -2.5iShEMBd EMB 5.27e 4.9 ...q 116.86 104.98 2863 107.13 -7.7iShGnmaBd GNMA .75e 1.6 ...q 50.06 47.84 12 48.06 -2.9iSh7-10yTB IEF 1.96 1.9 ...q 107.39 100.33 2390 100.89 -4.4iSh1-3yTB SHY .52 .6 ...q 84.55 83.00 777 83.03 -1.0iShEurRE IFEU 1.46e 3.7 ...q 42.63 37.90 1 39.52 -4.0iShIntlRE IFGL 1.48e 5.1 ...q 31.77 28.31 75 29.04 -3.2iShEuroSC IEUS 1.08e 1.9 ...q 62.36 53.84 14 56.47 -2.4iShs SOX SOXX 1.55e .8 ...q 198.84 151.93 278 188.94 +11.3 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 11 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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iShIndia50 INDY .15e .4 ...q 39.29 33.37 104 34.32 -7.5iShNsdBio s IBB ... ... ...q 122.53 100.22 1512 119.96 +12.4iShMBS MBB 3.04e 2.4 ...q 107.39 102.92 285 103.07 -3.3iShBrUSIn s USIG ... ... ...q 56.25 53.19 11741 53.46 -4.6iShIntTr s IGIB ... ... ...q 55.16 52.86 357 52.91 -3.1iShShrtT s IGSB ... ... ...q 52.71 50.59 649 51.77 -1.0iSh3-7yTrB IEI 1.78 1.5 ...q 123.99 118.68 290 118.90 -2.7iSCorUSVal s IUSV 1.16e 2.0 ...q 58.64 51.41 309 57.22 +3.3iSCorUSGr s IUSG .72e 1.2 ...q 62.36 49.84 283 62.01 +15.3iShShtTrB SHV .03e ... ...q 110.47 110.18 1190 110.39 +.1iShUSPfd PFF 2.13a 5.7 ...q 38.89 36.52 1656 37.11 -2.5iShCrShUS s ISTB ... ... ... 50.31 48.89 238 48.91 -1.8iShSCGrth IJT 1.54e .8 ...q 209.28 158.65 169 202.98 +19.3Itus Cp hrs ITUS ... ... ... 6.43 1.83 134 4.87 +106.4Iberiabnk IBKC 1.52 1.8 27 87.55 68.55 376 83.75 +8.1Iberia pfB IBKCP 1.66 6.1 ... 30.16 25.82 1 27.09 -4.5Iberiab pfC IBKCO 1.65 6.1 ... 28.55 26.21 2 27.25 -3.0Icahn Ent IEP 7.00f 10.2 29 81.88 51.01 57 68.77 +29.8IchorHld n ICHR ... ... 8 35.51 18.76 669 21.04 -14.5Icon PLC ICLR ... ... 38 151.86 101.22 86 149.67 +33.5IconixBrnd ICON ... ... ...dd 5.96 .21 1466 .25 -80.9IdealPower IPWR ... ... ...dd 2.85 .60 67 .66 -53.5Identive lf INVE ... ... ...dd 6.70 2.55 54 6.07 +81.7IderaPh rs IDRA ... ... ... 22.96 5.20 632 9.53 -43.5iKangHlth KANG ... ... 15 21.01 13.15 147 17.30 +9.5Ikonics IKNX ... ... ... 13.03 7.25 1 11.75 +56.3Illumina ILMN ... ... 93 360.63 196.00 459 358.25 +64.0ImageSens ISNS ... ... ...dd 6.75 2.50 7 5.90 +100.0Immersn h IMMR ... ... 5 17.71 5.76 252 10.17 +44.1ImmuCell ICCC ... ... 94 9.25 6.06 7 8.43 -4.1ImmuneDs IMDZ ... ... ...dd 11.10 2.80 59 3.40 -12.8ImunoGn IMGN ... ... ...dd 13.41 4.80 1292 9.29 +44.9Imunmd IMMU ... ... ...dd 27.33 8.68 1185 21.72 +34.4Immuron n IMRN ... ... ... 16.70 4.63 8 9.73 +84.0Immurn wt IMRNW ... ... ... 1.47 .90 1.40 +53.8Immutep IMMP ... ... ... 3.36 1.25 120 3.22 +105.1ImpaxLabs IPXL ... ... ...dd 23.40 15.60 18.30 +9.9Imperva IMPV ... ... ...dd 57.65 37.17 246 46.75 +17.8Impinj n PI ... ... ... 41.97 9.95 274 24.64 +9.4ImprimisP IMMY ... ... ...dd 3.39 1.35 90 2.79 +64.1Incyte INCY ... ... ...dd 118.32 60.23 1088 66.48 -29.8IndBkMA INDB 1.52 1.8 23 95.00 66.85 153 86.40 +23.7IndBkMI IBCP .60 2.5 19 27.10 20.50 89 24.05 +7.6IndepBkTX IBTX .56 .8 18 79.00 58.15 218 67.05 -.8IndusAcq n INDU ... ... ... 11.74 9.68 12 10.20 +4.6IndusAq wt INDUW ... ... ... .55 .36 .54 +28.3IndusAc un INDUU ... ... ... 12.22 9.95 11.13 +10.7IndSvAm lf IDSA ... ... ... 2.70 1.45 4 2.34 +42.7IndLogis n ILPT .60e ... 71 24.70 17.21 351 22.08 -5.4Innera INFN ... ... ...dd 12.39 6.10 2873 6.99 +10.4InnityPh INFI ... ... ...dd 3.75 1.12 1091 2.63 +29.6InaRx n IFRX ... ... 73 42.83 14.47 24 33.63 +60.5InfoSvcs III .20f 4.2 6 5.45 3.68 62 4.71 +12.9InfrEnAlt IEA ... ... ... 11.27 8.25 38 10.49 +5.8InfrEnAl wt IEAW ... ... ... .99 .45 .93 +18.2InglesMk h IMKTA .66 1.9 15 37.65 22.63 50 34.00 -1.7InnerWkgs INWK ... ... 23 12.03 5.90 167 8.00 -20.2Innodata INOD ... ... ...dd 1.60 .88 9 1.34 -1.5Innophos IPHS 1.92 4.2 41 51.34 38.66 64 45.85 -1.9Innospec IOSP .88f 1.2 30 83.20 57.70 43 76.10 +7.8InnovBio rs INNT ... ... ... 50.50 3.43 1374 7.96 +30.5MnstD wt h MSDIW ... ... ... .16 .01 .05 +2.0InnovSolu ISSC ... ... 10 3.82 2.45 30 2.45 -16.7Innoviva INVA 1.00 6.7 14 17.99 11.47 739 15.01 +5.8Inogen INGN ... ... ...cc 287.79 91.80 247 252.96 +112.4Inovalon n INOV .12p ... ... 17.70 8.90 256 10.60 -29.3InovioPhm INO ... ... ...dd 7.00 3.64 586 4.84 +17.2Inpixon rs INPX ... ... ... 18.30 .10 2723 .15 -97.6InseegoCp INSG ... ... ...dd 4.49 1.26 863 4.01 +149.1InsightEnt NSIT ... ... 19 56.86 32.11 223 54.11 +41.3Insignia s ISIG .70e ... ...dd 2.40 1.03 14 1.78 +49.6Insmed INSM ... ... ...dd 33.94 18.64 1108 22.49 -27.9InspEnt INSE ... ... ... 14.00 4.40 2 6.60 -32.7Insteel IIIN .12a .3 22 43.78 24.51 93 35.57 +25.6Insulet PODD ... ... ...dd 108.91 54.55 320 102.60 +48.7InsysTher s INSY ... ... ...dd 14.00 4.10 568 9.44 -1.9IntecPhm n NTEC ... ... ...dd 9.80 3.55 119 4.40 -14.6IntegLfSc s IART ... ... 72 67.50 41.51 571 63.68 +33.1IntgDv IDTI ... ... 48 47.45 25.31 2429 47.02 +58.2IntegMed n IMTE ... ... ... 44.00 1.85 8 10.17 +80.7Intel INTC 1.20 2.6 18 57.60 36.85 17823 46.91 +1.6Intellia n NTLA ... ... ...dd 35.99 16.33 1116 27.09 +40.9IntParfum IPAR .84 1.3 42 67.50 39.11 59 64.55 +48.6InteractB IBKR .40 .7 37 80.32 43.50 478 57.58 -2.8InterceptP ICPT ... ... ...dd 124.40 51.05 303 117.65 +101.4InterDig IDCC 1.40 1.7 13 85.85 69.33 222 80.75 +6.0Interface TILE .26 1.1 24 26.25 21.05 221 23.05 -8.3Intergroup INTG ... ... ...dd 39.35 21.30 3 33.95 +42.4IntlnkEl n LINK ... ... 61 8.00 2.50 1 4.30 -17.6Intermolec IMI ... ... ...dd 1.98 1.00 80 1.20 -12.4Internap rs INAP ... ... ... 22.36 8.88 143 13.07 -16.8IntlBcsh IBOC .66 1.4 17 47.95 36.65 155 46.25 +16.5IntMonEx n IMXI ... ... ... 11.99 9.06 170 11.00 +10.9IntMonEx wt IMXIW ... ... ... 1.70 .95 1.25 -9.4IntlSpdw ISCA .47f 1.1 9 49.95 34.96 189 44.15 +10.8IntrntGold IGLD ... ... ... 10.91 2.17 0 2.65 -68.6IntrntInitJ IIJI .12e 1.2 ... 12.50 8.82 2 10.01 +9.9IntrpDia rs IDXG ... ... 1 1.80 .77 640 1.60 +56.9IntersENT XENT ... ... ...dd 42.95 25.15 268 29.25 -9.7Intersectns INTX ... ... ...dd 3.45 1.29 12 1.80 -20.4Intevac IVAC ... ... ...cc 9.15 4.50 41 5.15 -24.8IntraCellu ITCI ... ... ...dd 25.82 13.93 203 21.54 +48.8IntriCon IIN ... ... ...cc 76.80 10.40 282 62.45 +215.4Intuit INTU 1.88f .9 48 229.86 140.21 1453 218.90 +38.7IntSurg s ISRG ... ... 83 572.96 337.80 408 569.27 +56.0InBLDR As ADRA .72e 2.2 ...q 37.70 31.65 0 32.41 -6.2InBLDR Dv ADRD .72e 3.2 ...q 25.31 21.58 3 22.57 -4.1InBLDR Em ADRE .60e 1.5 ...q 48.92 38.82 17 39.95 -7.4InBLDR Eu ADRU .78e 3.6 ...q 24.65 21.01 0 21.97 -4.1In SCMatII PSCM .41e .7 ...q 57.10 47.85 2 56.04 +7.1InSC UtilII PSCU 1.21e 2.1 ...q 58.14 47.05 5 56.75 +7.4InOpYCmd PDBC ... ... ...q 19.43 16.57 941 18.52 +6.1InvMltStr LALT ... ... ...q 23.50 19.26 21.52 +1.2InvGDrChi PGJ .20e .5 ...q 50.87 36.02 10 38.06 -15.1InvDivAch PFM .50e 1.8 ...q 28.05 24.48 16 27.70 +4.7InvHiYlDv PEY .68 3.8 ...q 18.61 16.53 133 18.06 +1.4InvIntlDiv PID .65e 4.1 ...q 17.38 15.28 118 15.74 -4.8InvNsdMo DWAQ .06e .1 ...q 118.73 94.89 1 115.06 +12.1InvUtils PUI .63e 2.2 ...q 29.97 23.64 4 28.61 +2.8InvWtrRs PHO .18e .6 ...q 32.54 28.18 23 32.08 +6.0InvBuybk PKW .52e .8 ...q 63.49 54.56 35 61.51 +4.2InvNasIntn PNQI ... ... ...q 147.75 107.53 26 133.32 +15.2InvSmMid PRFZ 1.30e .9 ...q 146.46 121.23 50 142.40 +9.6InvBasMat PYZ .61e .9 ...q 75.26 63.76 1 69.99 -.9Inv CnsCyc PEZ .30e .5 ...q 60.17 46.14 3 58.99 +17.3InvTechM PTF .26e .4 ...q 68.67 48.30 22 64.76 +22.9InvDWA M PDP .11e .2 ...q 60.23 47.88 75 59.14 +14.5InvInds PRN .19e .3 ...q 66.55 56.77 1 64.48 +5.8InvHlthcr PTH ... ... ...q 98.66 64.71 24 97.59 +35.4Inv Fincl PFI .14e .4 ...q 37.29 32.13 4 34.92 -.5InvEngy PXI .69e 1.6 ...q 46.64 33.75 11 44.05 +11.6InvCnsStp PSL .67e .9 ...q 73.71 60.18 6 72.36 +11.2In1-30TrII PLW .72 2.3 ... 33.07 30.78 14 30.95 -5.6InSC InfoII PSCT .08e .1 ...q 89.80 71.36 68 85.67 +12.1InSC Ind II PSCI .40e .5 ...q 76.19 58.53 10 73.15 +13.4InSC HCrII PSCH ... ... ...q 145.25 88.83 100 140.42 +42.5InSC FinII PSCF .97e 1.5 ...q 60.55 50.44 42 57.56 +5.6InSC EgyII PSCE .14e .9 ...q 18.77 13.10 8 16.27 +5.6InSC CnS II PSCC 1.34e 1.6 ...q 87.16 65.00 6 83.62 +11.8InSC CnDsII PSCD .35e .5 ...q 72.14 53.58 4 68.82 +12.5PS Rs1KLB USLB ... ... ...q 32.32 29.19 31.45 +.8InLadR0-5 II LDRI .58 2.4 ...q 25.07 24.34 0 24.57 -1.2InKBWRg II KBWR .79e 1.4 ...q 61.23 51.90 3 57.29 +2.3InP&CInsII KBWP .69e 1.0 ...q 65.50 56.86 4 63.87 +7.5InKbwReit KBWY 1.55 4.6 ...q 38.43 29.75 119 33.39 -5.7InKbwHiD II KBWD 1.48 6.4 ...q 24.49 21.09 72 23.15 -1.9In KBWBkII KBWB .58e 1.0 ...q 60.38 49.51 139 56.01 +1.8InIntByb II IPKW .29e .8 ...q 40.14 33.54 36 34.24 -8.9InGlbWtII PIO .34e 1.3 ...q 27.16 24.13 10 25.87 -.7InGlGoldII PSAU .10e .6 ...q 21.02 14.29 5 15.50 -21.2InGlbAgrII PAGG .74e 2.7 ...q 28.90 25.83 0 27.65 +1.0In IntlLB II IDLB ... ... ...q 32.01 28.33 3 29.55 -2.0InDWATcR II DWTR ... ... ...q 32.23 26.24 16 31.30 +10.8InTactII DWIN 1.18 4.7 ... 27.77 24.71 222 25.07 -6.8In SmCMoII DWAS .07e .1 ...q 59.52 45.05 30 57.70 +18.4InDWA MoII DWLV ... ... ... 34.27 32.05 4 33.53 +.1InEmMomII PIE .12e .7 ...q 22.22 17.33 92 17.91 -12.8InDevMoII PIZ .26e .9 ...q 29.70 26.47 14 27.61 -.1Investar ISTR .16f .6 25 29.90 20.35 7 26.20 +8.8InvestBncp ISBC .36 2.9 19 14.69 12.30 1499 12.49 -10.0InvTitl ITIC 1.60a .9 13 221.88 162.03 1 170.00 -14.3Invuity n IVTY ... ... ...dd 9.55 2.35 642 7.40 +19.4IonisPhm IONS ... ... ...cc 65.51 39.07 1003 50.51 +.4IovanceTh IOVA ... ... ...dd 19.90 6.60 837 13.15 +64.4iPLgExR1K ROLA ... ... ...q 147.93 iPTr5yBear DFVS ... ... ...q 37.80 28.29 37.80 +19.2iPUST5yBull DFVL ... ... ... 66.80 61.02 62.64 -4.3iRadimed IRMD ... ... ...cc 34.25 9.40 208 33.90 +123.8Iridex IRIX ... ... ...dd 9.99 4.28 16 6.51 -14.6IridiumCm IRDM ... ... 24 21.55 9.80 523 20.10 +70.3Iridium pfB IRDMB 16.88 2.5 ... 709.07 355.05 673.97 +67.7IronwdPh IRWD ... ... ...dd 21.20 12.89 684 17.69 +18.0iShRUT P n AMCA .26e ... ... 29.02 25.22 2 28.74 +5.0iSh USD n SUSC ... ... ... 25.49 24.01 3 24.20 -4.9iSh 1-5Yr n SUSB ... ... ... 25.26 24.46 11 24.54 -1.7iShExpoTc XT .14p ... ...q 39.15 33.77 93 38.83 +9.6iSh USA Op ESGU .92e 1.4 ... 64.77 54.50 14 64.32 +10.3iShHYlexOG HYXE ... ... ... 51.95 49.68 3 50.67 -.8iShFallAn n FALN 1.48a 5.6 ... 30.06 26.00 10 26.55 -2.2iSh ESG Opt ESGD ... ... ... 72.49 63.39 34 66.57 -1.9iSh GlImp n MPCT 1.18e 2.0 ... 62.84 55.76 2 58.50 -1.1iShCTotBd s IUSB ... ... ...q 51.24 48.94 68 49.05 -3.6iShCHGer HEWG .68e 1.7 ...q 30.35 26.49 34 27.52 -4.1iSh UAE UAE .63e 4.1 ...q 18.08 14.87 8 15.30 -8.9iSh Qatar QAT .66e 3.8 ...q 18.38 13.01 4 17.57 +8.5iShCmdSel COMT 1.89e 4.9 ...q 40.62 33.83 36 38.95 +7.2iShGblGld rs RING ... ... ...q 20.35 13.33 450 14.59 -22.4Isramco ISRL ... ... ...dd 135.05 92.00 1 122.20 +16.8Iteris ITI ... ... ...dd 8.17 4.09 53 5.30 -24.0IterumTh n ITRM ... ... ... 13.00 6.69 28 6.71 -47.8Itron ITRI ... ... ...dd 79.95 55.26 168 65.60 -3.8IturanLoc ITRN .96 2.8 18 38.00 29.25 32 33.80 -1.2IvyNxFoc ef IVFGC ... ... ... 100.02 99.99 100.02 IvNxFcVl ef IVFVC ... ... ... 100.02 99.99 100.02 IvNxShEn IVENC ... ... ... 100.05 99.98 100.02 IzeaWrldwd IZEA ... ... ... 7.85 .80 491 1.57 -65.3J -:J&J Snack JJSF 1.80 1.2 23 159.05 125.98 64 146.59 -3.5j2Global JCOM 1.70f 2.1 29 91.58 70.27 215 81.98 +9.3tJD.com JD ... ... 13 50.68 25.27 34507 24.51 -40.8JMU Ltd rs JMU ... ... ... 8.20 1.03 226 1.21 -76.3JackHenry JKHY 1.48 .9 36 163.68 101.12 706 159.51 +36.4JackInBox JACK 1.60 1.9 22 108.55 79.23 580 84.94 -13.4JkksPac JAKK ... ... ...dd 3.55 1.95 145 2.55 +8.5JRiverGrp JRVR 1.20a 2.8 29 44.34 32.17 110 42.63 +6.5JanusSmC JSML ... ... ... 51.25 33.68 7 45.10 +22.8JanSmMid JSMD ... ... ... 47.85 34.91 7 46.35 +19.4JanLTCar n OLD ... ... ... 27.56 21.60 1 26.50 +10.7JanObes n SLIM ... ... ... 40.01 27.34 2 38.00 +22.6JanOrgan n ORG ... ... ... 36.00 29.36 5 31.61 -8.5Jason Inds JASN ... ... ...dd 3.88 1.25 166 3.24 +36.7Jason wt JASNW ... ... ... .05 .01 .02 -17.4JazzPhrm JAZZ ... ... 23 184.00 128.58 363 163.31 +21.3JensynAc n JSYN ... ... ... 11.44 10.10 11.40 +10.7JensynAc rt JSYNR ... ... ... .35 .15 .38 +66.7JensynAc wt JSYNW ... ... ... .55 .11 .37 -1.3JensynAc un JSYNU ... ... ... 12.50 9.01 12.25 +12.9JerashHl n JRSH ... ... ... 11.00 4.77 7 5.30 -38.3JetBlue JBLU ... ... 13 23.08 17.10 3584 19.49 -12.8JetPay h JTPY ... ... ...dd 4.90 1.60 22 1.70 -33.1JewettCm s JCTCF ... ... 23 9.15 6.50 2 8.45 +12.7JohnsnOut JOUT .48 .5 20 107.36 59.13 72 93.70 +50.9JointCorp JYNT ... ... ...dd 9.64 4.10 13 8.58 +73.0JounceTh n JNCE ... ... ... 29.25 6.26 283 6.66 -47.8K -:K2M Grp KTWO ... ... ...dd 27.50 16.44 1667 27.27 +51.5 KBL Merg n KBLM ... ... ... 10.69 9.68 10.09 +3.9KBL Mrg wt KBLMW ... ... ... .28 .17 .23 +16.8KBL Mrg rt KBLMR ... ... ... .56 .25 .44 +51.7KBL Mg un KBLMU ... ... ... 11.50 10.06 2 10.71 +5.4KBS Fash rs KBSF ... ... ... 15.00 2.03 4 3.99 -3.5KCAP Fin KCAP .40 11.9 ... 4.00 2.91 94 3.35 -1.8KCAP 22 n KCAPL 1.53 6.1 ... 25.73 24.85 3 25.22 +.5KEYW Hld KEYW ... ... ...dd 9.84 4.94 217 8.64 +47.2KLA Tnc KLAC 3.00f 2.9 14 123.96 96.12 1127 104.38 -.7KLX EnS n KLXE ... ... ... 30.50 28.11 566 28.79 -4.0KLX KLXI ... ... 23 62.80 35.71 565 62.65 +33.7KVHInd KVHI ... ... ...dd 14.15 9.05 42 12.85 +24.2KaiserAlu KALU 2.20 2.0 39 119.66 90.93 94 110.00 +2.9Kala Ph n KALA ... ... ... 24.46 10.34 91 10.85 -41.3sKalvista rs KALV ... ... ...dd 22.00 6.65 221 21.15 +116.9Kamada KMDA ... ... ... 6.20 4.26 17 6.10 +28.4KandiTech KNDI ... ... ... 9.90 3.60 881 5.25 -22.8Karyophm KPTI ... ... ...dd 21.71 9.00 407 18.26 +90.2KayAnAc n KAAC ... ... ... 10.34 9.64 31 10.10 +4.0KayAnAc wt KAACW ... ... ... 1.04 .59 1.00 +17.6KayneAn un KAACU ... ... ... 11.18 9.85 10.60 +6.4KaziaTh rs KZIA ... ... ... 6.68 1.63 6 3.21 +.9KearnyF s KRNY .16a 1.2 53 15.60 12.75 346 13.85 -4.2KellySA KELYA .30 1.2 23 32.31 21.44 174 24.20 -11.3KellySB KELYB .30 1.3 13 34.30 21.50 24.00 -15.8KemPhm n KMPH ... ... ...dd 8.40 3.45 77 4.45 +9.9KY FstFd KFFB .40 5.1 33 10.00 7.40 1 7.90 -11.7KeryxBio KERX ... ... ...dd 8.07 2.78 690 3.20 -31.2KewnSc KEQU .76f 2.4 18 38.80 24.56 7 31.50 +8.7KeyTrn KTCC ... ... 15 8.60 6.74 36 7.90 +15.8Kforce KFRC .72f 1.9 29 43.51 17.56 153 37.85 +49.9KimballEl KE ... ... 19 22.45 15.75 39 19.45 +6.6KimballInt KBAL .32f 1.8 18 20.97 15.40 90 17.43 -6.6KindredBio KIN ... ... ...dd 15.75 6.80 152 13.53 +43.1KingldJw KGJI ... ... 2 2.50 1.00 73 1.02 -49.5Kingstone KINS .40 2.1 29 21.70 13.21 10 18.85 +.3KingtoneW KONE ... ... ... 9.90 2.86 7.67 +79.2KiniksaPh n KNSA ... ... ...dd 32.88 13.04 158 29.12 +49.6sKinsaleCp n KNSL .28 .4 ... 63.38 39.38 66 62.31 +38.5Kirklands KIRK ... ... 27 13.48 8.55 150 9.30 -22.3KitovPh n KTOV ... ... ... 3.81 1.60 44 1.70 -25.4KitovPh wt KTOVW ... ... ... 1.10 .44 .67 +11.7KonaGrill KONA ... ... ...dd 4.40 1.55 19 2.45 +40.0KopinCp KOPN ... ... ...dd 4.48 1.95 344 2.25 -29.7KornitDig n KRNT ... ... ... 22.20 11.70 287 22.00 +36.2Koss h KOSS ... ... ...dd 4.69 1.40 24 2.71 -12.3KraftHnz n KHC 2.50 4.4 16 82.48 54.11 4688 56.52 -27.3KratosDef KTOS ... ... ...dd 14.87 8.90 1286 14.21 +34.2KrystlBio n KRYS ... ... ... 21.17 8.03 80 17.65 +67.8Kulicke KLIC .48 1.9 54 28.71 19.69 288 25.30 +4.0KuraOnc n KURA ... ... ...dd 24.03 12.00 176 17.25 +12.7L -:LCNB Corp LCNB .64 3.4 17 22.84 17.93 21 18.70 -8.6LF CapA n LFAC ... ... ... 10.10 9.55 9.59 -.4tLF CapA un LFACU ... ... ... 10.18 9.92 140 10.05 +.5LGI Homes LGIH ... ... 9 81.88 44.86 224 50.47 -32.7sLHC Grp LHCG ... ... 49 100.90 58.65 295 100.80 +64.6LKQ Corp LKQ ... ... 18 43.86 29.60 2516 31.72 -22.0LM FdgA n LMFA ... ... ... 6.65 .35 60 .49 -68.7LM FdgA wt LMFAW ... ... ... .30 .03 .05 +28.2LPL Fincl LPLA 1.00 1.5 23 73.28 48.13 365 65.09 +13.9LRAD h LRAD .04 1.3 ...dd 3.58 1.75 59 3.02 +21.3LSI Ind lf LYTS .20 4.3 21 8.88 4.14 50 4.67 -32.1LaJollaPh LJPC ... ... ...dd 41.36 19.65 296 21.10 -34.4LakeShBc h LSBK .40 2.3 42 18.00 15.80 0 17.07 -.5LakeldB LBAI .46 2.5 17 21.90 17.95 118 18.20 -5.5Lakelnd s LKFN 1.04 2.2 19 52.43 45.01 69 47.53 -2.0LakeInd LAKE ... ... 11 16.85 12.20 29 13.25 -8.9LamResrch LRCX 4.40 2.8 15 234.88 149.02 1980 154.74 -15.9LamarAdv LAMR 3.64 4.7 25 79.41 61.36 360 76.71 +3.3LancastrC LANC 2.40 1.6 36 161.69 115.81 77 150.99 +16.9Landcad n LCA ... ... ... 10.50 9.89 608 10.27 +3.3Landcad wt LCAHW ... ... ... .78 .59 .69 -1.3Landcad un LCAHU ... ... ... 13.08 9.65 1 12.75 +21.2Landec LNDC ... ... 17 15.60 11.42 108 13.45 +6.7LandBncp LARK .80b 2.7 30 29.48 26.49 1 29.24 +.9LandmInfr LMRK 1.47 11.1 21 18.75 12.68 47 13.20 -27.1LandIn pfA LMRKP 2.00 7.9 ... 25.94 21.76 4 25.40 +.5LndInf un B LMRKO 1.98 8.1 ... 25.59 22.15 0 24.47 -4.1LandInf pfC LMRKN 1.75 7.7 ... 25.22 22.07 3 22.71 -6.3LandsEnd LE ... ... 18 31.15 10.55 190 17.95 -8.2Landstar LSTR .66f .5 27 128.70 94.80 317 121.35 +16.6Lantheus n LNTH ... ... 5 24.45 12.80 554 15.00 -26.7Lantronix LTRX ... ... ... 6.47 1.78 241 4.37 +116.3Lattice LSCC ... ... ...dd 8.40 5.05 494 7.72 +33.6LaureatE n LAUR ... ... ... 16.99 10.46 278 15.45 +13.9Lawsn LAWS ... ... 10 36.90 21.00 11 31.30 +26.5Lazydays n LAZY ... ... 26 11.10 7.14 27 7.80 -29.7LeMaitreV LMAT .28 .8 39 41.28 28.23 100 34.51 +8.4LeapTh n LPTX ... ... ... 10.25 4.90 77 6.79 +8.8LegacyRes LGCY ... ... ...dd 10.54 1.07 772 5.20 +223.0LegacyTxF LTXB .64 1.4 19 47.18 35.16 229 44.30 +5.0LM DevDvr DDBI ... ... ...q 31.49 28.37 2 29.67 LM EMDvr EDBI ... ... ...q 35.60 27.93 0 29.77 -9.9LM USDvrs UDBI ... ... ...q 34.50 30.14 33.76 +7.0LM LoVHiD LVHD ... ... ...q 32.10 28.75 45 31.06 -1.5LM Gl Inf n INFR ... ... ... 30.05 27.00 1 27.80 -5.7LM SC Qu n SQLV ... ... ... 31.00 25.13 1 30.35 +11.4LeisAcq n LACQ ... ... ... 9.75 9.55 100 9.75 LeisAcq wt LACQW ... ... ... .70 .50 .70 +27.3LeisAcq un LACQU ... ... ... 10.28 9.30 10.20 +2.9LendgTree TREE ... ... ...dd 404.40 205.45 151 226.05 -33.6LevOneBc n LEVL .06e ... 59 30.79 25.51 9 27.84 -4.9LexiPhm rs LXRX ... ... ...dd 13.97 7.67 450 11.00 +11.3LexnFint n LX ... ... 65 20.00 9.55 627 10.43 -25.0LianlouSm LLIT ... ... ... 3.69 1.26 3 1.79 +2.2LibBrdbdA LBRDA ... ... ...dd 98.53 67.75 137 83.61 -1.7LibBrdbdC LBRDK ... ... ...dd 99.68 68.33 960 83.67 -1.7LibExpA n LEXEA ... ... ... 56.82 35.89 196 47.12 +6.3LibExpB n LEXEB ... ... ... 55.00 39.17 48.05 +6.7LibtyGlobA LBTYA ... ... ...dd 39.73 25.87 1952 28.36 -20.9LibtyGlobB LBTYB ... ... ... 39.00 26.75 29.10 -18.1LibtyGlobC LBTYK ... ... ... 37.86 25.05 3664 27.69 -18.2LibLA A n LILA ... ... ...dd 24.00 17.37 266 21.77 +.9LibLA C n LILAK ... ... ...dd 23.92 17.55 382 21.48 +.4LibMSirA n LSXMA ... ... ... 48.57 38.61 2413 41.81 +5.4LibMSirB n LSXMB ... ... ... 49.94 38.62 47.10 +5.9LibMSirC n LSXMK ... ... ... 48.56 38.52 1816 42.01 +5.9LibMBrA n BATRA ... ... ... 27.38 21.35 51 26.24 +19.0LibMCFor FWONK ... ... ... 41.14 28.37 842 36.61 +7.2LibMAFor FWONA ... ... ... 39.37 27.22 143 34.95 +6.8LibMBrC n BATRK ... ... ... 27.35 21.53 131 26.22 +18.0LibTripA A LTRPA ... ... ...cc 18.30 7.90 440 14.90 +58.1LibTripA B LTRPB ... ... 55 18.00 9.00 14.40 +53.2LifePtHlth LPNT ... ... 61 65.35 41.45 213 64.50 +29.5LifetimeBr LCUT .17 1.6 25 19.70 10.00 10 10.85 -34.2Lifevant rs LFVN ... ... ... 13.29 3.20 135 11.66 +145.0LifewayFds LWAY ... ... 10 10.75 2.76 34 2.99 -62.6LigandPh LGND ... ... 46 273.25 126.50 370 268.34 +96.0LightPath LPTH ... ... 50 4.10 1.94 159 2.01 -9.5Lightbrdg rs LTBR ... ... ... 4.80 .85 207 .98 -19.6Limbach n LMB ... ... ...dd 15.22 9.25 33 10.84 -21.6LimelghtN LLNW ... ... ... 6.05 3.65 496 5.09 +15.4LimestBcp LMST ... ... ...dd 17.65 11.40 8 15.55 +8.6Limoneira LMNR .25 .9 20 33.42 19.62 156 26.86 +19.9LincEdSv LINC .08 3.5 ...dd 2.71 1.49 8 2.27 +12.4LincElec LECO 1.56 1.6 26 101.34 81.48 542 96.14 +5.0LindbladEx LIND ... ... 77 15.88 8.66 30 14.66 +49.7Lindblad wt LINDW ... ... ... 1.96 1.35 1.36 -1.4Lipocine LPCN ... ... ...dd 4.38 1.03 33 1.49 -56.7LiqMedia g YVR ... ... ...dd 3.75 .74 1.15 -29.4LiquidTch n LQDA ... ... ... 21.31 10.52 48 20.56 +85.2Liquidity LQDT ... ... ...dd 8.00 4.34 142 6.00 +23.7Littelfuse LFUS 1.72f .8 41 238.11 182.03 187 203.62 +2.9LivaNova n LIVN ... ... 42 131.54 68.24 465 124.80 +56.2LiveOakB n LOB .12 .4 11 32.95 22.00 124 27.65 +15.9LiveVent rs LIVE ... ... ...cc 26.50 9.47 7 9.86 -38.3LiveXLve n LIVX ... ... ... 11.11 3.43 243 4.05 +1.3LivePrsn LPSN ... ... ...dd 27.40 10.80 295 25.75 +123.9Logitech LOGI .63e 1.4 33 49.96 32.66 232 45.08 +34.0LogMeIn LOGM 1.20 1.4 79 134.80 77.05 1029 86.75 -24.2LoneRs n LONE ... ... ... 11.24 2.98 216 8.53 +114.9LongAcq un LOACU ... ... ... 10.99 10.00 7 10.27 +1.4LoopInd n LOOP ... ... ... 19.00 8.01 37 9.55 -34.0LoralSpac LORL ... ... ...dd 51.75 36.85 43 43.85 -.5Lovesac n LOVE ... ... ... 25.50 19.33 135 24.47 +2.0LoxoOncol LOXO ... ... ...dd 208.95 71.45 301 163.10 +93.8lululemn gs LULU ... ... 71 160.68 57.19 1196 157.34 +100.2Lumentm n LITE ... ... 9 74.40 41.95 820 62.15 +27.1Luminex LMNX .24 .8 39 35.37 18.62 281 29.59 +50.2LunaInn h LUNA ... ... ...cc 4.32 1.47 41 3.22 +32.5LuthBur n LBC .13e 1.2 ... 13.60 10.49 140 10.98 -8.8M -:MACOM MTSI ... ... ...dd 45.72 15.46 455 20.96 -35.6MAM Soft MAMS ... ... 30 9.42 6.62 134 7.73 +3.0MB Fncl MBFI .96 2.0 20 51.59 39.15 321 47.32 +6.3MB Fin pfC MBFIO .39p ... ... 26.48 24.20 7 25.24 -4.0MBT Fnl MBTF .40f 3.5 17 11.60 9.43 15 11.30 +6.6MCBC n MCFT ... ... 17 39.50 18.33 195 37.20 +67.4MDC Pr gs MDCA .84 18.7 2 12.26 3.80 445 4.50 -53.8MEI Phrm MEIP ... ... ...dd 5.14 1.79 396 4.39 +109.0MER Tel rs MTSL ... ... ... 6.45 .99 36 1.50 -28.9MGE Engy MGEE 1.35f 2.1 29 68.10 51.05 40 64.15 +1.7MGP Ing MGPI .32a .4 47 99.73 57.05 386 77.95 +1.4MICT Inc MICT ... ... ...dd 1.94 .65 26 1.22 +8.9MKS Inst MKSI .80 1.0 12 128.28 80.45 247 83.75 -11.4MMA Cap MMAC ... ... 3 30.58 23.70 10 26.35 +8.4MSB Fin MSBF .87a 4.1 ...cc 21.95 17.10 2 21.25 +19.4MTS MTSC 1.20 2.2 15 57.50 42.00 52 54.85 +2.1MTchAcq n MTEC ... ... ... 11.80 9.17 162 10.25 +6.5MTchAc wt MTECW ... ... ... MTchAc un MTECU ... ... ... 12.05 9.94 51 11.90 +18.2MVB Fin n MVBF .12f .6 ... 20.40 15.36 14 18.60 -7.5MYOS MYOS ... ... ...dd 2.50 1.03 4 1.30 -4.1MYR Grp MYRG ... ... 21 40.81 27.38 53 31.91 -10.7Macatawa MCBC .24 2.0 20 12.92 9.52 36 11.79 +17.9MackFn MFNC .48 2.9 14 17.58 14.40 2 16.30 +2.5MacroGen MGNX ... ... ...dd 32.74 16.12 211 21.98 +15.7MadrigP rs MDGL ... ... ...dd 325.98 32.17 210 227.14 +147.5Magal MAGS ... ... ...cc 6.48 4.20 25 5.65 +11.7MagellnHlt MGLN ... ... 17 112.25 71.03 212 72.55 -24.9tMagenta n MGTA ... ... ... 16.33 11.32 109 11.99 -17.4MagicSft MGIC .29e 3.2 20 9.50 7.75 39 9.05 +8.0MagicJack CALL ... ... ... 8.70 5.55 37 8.45 MagneG rs MNGA ... ... ... 10.32 .13 6392 .15 -96.8MagyarBc MGYR ... ... 69 13.75 12.01 1 12.38 -3.3MaidenH MHLD .20m 6.6 ...dd 9.10 2.15 1227 3.03 -54.2MMyTrip MMYT ... ... ...dd 41.70 22.40 211 27.45 -8.0MalibuBoat MBUU ... ... 39 59.57 27.44 270 52.61 +77.0MalvernBc MLVF ... ... 13 28.20 21.00 7 24.70 -5.7MamEngy n TUSK .13p ... ... 42.30 14.21 421 29.26 +49.1ManTech MANT 1.00 1.6 21 68.11 41.76 135 62.18 +23.9ManhAssc MANH ... ... 36 62.39 39.10 1288 56.36 +13.8ManhBrCa LOAN .48 7.8 14 8.00 5.50 30 6.15 +3.4Manitex MNTX ... ... ...dd 13.26 7.28 40 10.22 +6.5MannKd rs MNKD ... ... ...dd 6.96 .98 5588 1.92 -17.2Mannatech MTEX 2.00f 10.2 23 22.40 13.50 2 19.70 +31.3tMaraPat rs MARA ... ... ... 10.03 .81 1015 .76 -81.6MarchxB MCHX .50e ... ...dd 3.20 2.52 38 2.89 +4.9MarinSft rs MRIN ... ... ... 15.45 3.10 7 3.25 -70.3MarPet MARPS .32e 7.9 8 4.85 2.83 0 4.07 +19.7MarinusPh MRNS ... ... ...dd 9.87 3.31 1073 8.99 +10.2MktAxess MKTX 1.68 .9 48 229.84 171.45 202 184.18 -8.7MarlinBs MRLN .56 1.9 16 31.95 20.26 16 28.75 +28.3MarIntA MAR 1.64f 1.3 29 149.21 107.43 1567 130.24 -4.0Marrone MBII ... ... ...dd 3.39 .85 226 1.92 +74.5MartenTr s MRTN .10 .5 32 29.60 17.50 416 21.10 +3.9tMartinMid MMLP 2.00 18.3 17 17.30 10.99 175 10.90 -22.1MarvellTch MRVL .24 1.3 25 25.18 17.49 8823 18.88 -12.1Masimo MASI ... ... 52 124.00 80.69 446 123.82 +46.0Match n MTCH ... ... 44 60.95 22.90 1339 55.85 +78.4Materialise MTLS ... ... ... 16.50 11.23 31 13.75 +8.2MatlinPr n MPAC ... ... ... 10.33 9.70 10.05 +3.0MatlinPr wt MPACW ... ... ... .50 .36 .44 +4.8MatlnPrt un MPACU ... ... ... 12.00 10.00 10.75 +5.9MatrixSv MTRX ... ... ...dd 25.75 12.76 111 24.55 +37.9Mattel MAT .60 3.8 ...cc 19.21 12.21 2585 16.00 +4.0 MatthInt MATW .76 1.5 17 65.10 47.70 121 49.80 -5.7MaximIntg MXIM 1.84f 3.1 24 74.94 46.35 1182 59.73 +14.3MaxwellT MXWL ... ... ...dd 6.27 3.22 321 3.52 -38.9MaysJ MAYS ... ... 21 47.00 35.50 39.55 +1.4MazorRbt MZOR ... ... ...dd 76.56 41.60 2769 58.22 +12.8McGrathR MGRC 1.36 2.4 9 68.79 41.57 154 55.58 +18.3MedalFin MFIN .20 3.0 ...dd 6.90 2.08 38 6.73 +90.7MedalF 9 21 MFINL 2.25 8.7 ... 26.96 22.95 25.98 -3.2MedTrBill MTBC ... ... ...dd 5.44 1.40 79 4.77 +82.8MedTBill pf MTBCP 2.75 10.0 ... 27.99 22.21 5 27.52 +8.9MediCo MDCO ... ... ...dd 41.57 24.45 558 32.83 +20.1MediciNova MNOV ... ... ...dd 14.50 5.75 35 11.85 +83.2Medidata MDSO ... ... 83 88.87 59.60 569 73.32 +15.7MediWound MDWD ... ... ...dd 7.35 3.56 22 6.45 +44.9Medpace n MEDP ... ... 49 65.09 30.99 698 57.94 +59.8MeetGrp MEET ... ... ...dd 5.35 1.84 505 4.91 +74.1MeiraGTx n MGTX ... ... ...dd 15.49 7.98 35 13.26 -11.6MelcoResE MLCO .32e 1.5 68 32.95 19.10 4020 21.22 -26.9Melinta rs MLNT ... ... ... 18.20 3.95 301 4.45 -71.8Mellanox MLNX ... ... 69 90.45 42.25 426 76.90 +18.9MelroseBn MELR .34e ... 25 20.50 17.60 5 19.90 -.5MenloTh n MNLO ... ... ...dd 39.86 6.99 382 11.61 -59.6Menus n MRUS ... ... ... 26.74 14.05 33 19.00 -2.1MercadoL MELI .60 .2 ...cc 417.91 217.06 1040 331.38 +5.3MercBkA n MBNAA ... ... ... 86.41 5.97 1 12.04 +100.7MercBkB n MBNAB ... ... ... 40.00 6.00 3 8.10 +35.0MercBank MBWM .96f 2.8 16 38.47 32.60 29 34.12 -3.5MercerIntl MERC .50 3.0 14 18.75 10.55 227 16.65 +16.4MerchBcp n MBIN .24 .9 ... 29.15 16.27 64 26.62 +35.3MercSys MRCY ... ... 68 57.26 30.11 377 52.74 +2.7MeridBcp EBSB .20 1.1 23 21.85 15.61 200 17.50 -15.0MeridnBk n MRBK ... ... ... 21.37 16.56 1 18.14 -9.2MeridBio VIVO .50 3.3 25 17.10 13.53 172 15.20 +8.6MeritMed MMSI ... ... 61 63.20 36.21 251 61.20 +41.7MerrimP rs MACK ... ... 1 15.39 4.71 73 5.26 -48.7Mersana n MRSN ... ... ... 23.96 8.76 80 11.38 -30.7MesaAir n MESA ... ... ... 16.41 11.05 247 13.40 +14.0MesaLabs MLAB .64 .3 ...dd 224.95 122.35 35 183.40 +47.5Mesoblast n MESO ... ... ... 7.79 4.74 44 6.88 +17.8MetaFincl CASH .60f .7 17 117.98 73.30 45 82.95 -10.5Methanx MEOH 1.32 1.7 23 79.70 48.55 760 78.60 +29.8Michaels MIK ... ... 9 27.87 15.85 2820 16.82 -30.5Microbot rs MBOT ... ... ... 22.80 5.47 194 7.45 -51.3Microchp MCHP 1.46f 1.8 84 104.20 78.33 1745 82.30 -6.3MicronT MU ... ... 4 64.66 34.09 36756 45.16 +9.8Microsoft MSFT 1.84f 1.6 54 115.29 72.92 25272 114.67 +34.1MicroStr MSTR ... ... 26 151.23 122.16 68 147.38 +12.2Microvisn MVIS ... ... ...dd 2.88 .89 333 1.18 -27.6MidPenn MPB .60 2.0 15 37.90 28.85 18 29.45 -11.0MidConEn MCEP ... ... ...dd 2.52 .92 90 1.54 +30.5Midatech n MTP ... ... ... 2.65 .45 30 .79 -6.0Middleby MIDD ... ... 24 138.89 98.06 399 129.50 -4.0MiddledB MBCN 1.12 2.3 15 54.90 42.95 2 47.75 -.9MdsxWatr MSEX .90 1.8 29 49.00 33.96 37 48.64 +21.9MidlStBc n MSBI .88 2.7 23 36.50 29.75 75 32.93 +1.4MidWOne MOFG .78 2.3 18 37.94 30.56 18 34.00 +1.4MillerHer MLHR .79f 2.1 16 41.85 29.95 549 38.50 -3.9Mimecast n MIME ... ... ...dd 46.87 26.50 425 42.15 +47.0MiMedx MDXG ... ... 26 18.25 3.01 2023 6.00 -52.4Mind CTI MNDO .30e 12.6 11 2.55 2.08 9 2.39 -3.0Mindbody n MB ... ... ...dd 45.50 25.40 1195 42.50 +39.6sMinervaN NERV ... ... ...dd 12.35 4.80 299 12.30 +103.3Miragen rs MGEN ... ... ... 10.72 5.01 171 5.64 -45.9MiratiTher MRTX ... ... ...dd 65.35 9.55 259 59.50 +226.0Misonix MSON ... ... ...dd 21.43 8.25 15 17.45 +84.7Mitcham MIND ... ... ...dd 4.57 2.86 6 4.00 +26.2Mitchm pfA MINDP 2.25 9.5 ... 25.50 22.50 3 23.80 +2.4MitekSys MITK ... ... 19 10.10 6.85 262 7.20 -19.6MitelNet g MITL ... ... ...dd 11.31 7.13 429 11.03 +34.0MobileMini MINI 1.00 2.3 37 50.40 32.15 214 43.70 +26.7MobileIron MOBL ... ... ...dd 5.71 3.20 362 5.25 +34.6ModMed n MMDM ... ... ... 10.24 9.72 125 10.08 +2.9ModMed wt MMDMW ... ... ... .55 .37 .44 -20.0ModMed rt MMDMR ... ... ... .55 .30 2 .47 +20.5ModMed un MMDMU ... ... ... 12.50 10.35 10.85 +3.2MolecTemp MTEM ... ... ...dd 13.25 4.00 428 5.50 -45.1Moleculin n MBRX ... ... ... 3.34 1.50 109 1.64 -11.8Momenta MNTA ... ... ...dd 32.20 11.85 242 26.70 +91.4Momo MOMO ... ... ... 54.24 22.49 2782 45.32 +85.1MonakGp n MKGI ... ... ... 5.07 1.74 3 2.83 -43.1MonarCas h MCRI ... ... 30 49.63 36.94 50 44.74 -.2Mondelez MDLZ 1.04f 2.4 23 46.54 37.42 4536 43.45 +1.5MoneyGrm MGI ... ... ...dd 16.27 5.56 451 5.66 -57.1MngDB A n MDB ... ... ... 85.25 24.62 921 82.25 +177.1MonPwSys MPWR 1.20 .9 89 152.21 101.02 370 132.81 +18.2Monotype TYPE .46 2.3 48 26.75 18.20 182 20.00 -17.0Monro MNRO .80 1.1 37 73.45 45.45 232 70.15 +23.2MonroeCap MRCC 1.40 10.2 9 14.80 12.18 51 13.68 -.5MonroeC23 n MRCCL ... ... ... 24.99 24.70 35 24.85 -.4MonstrBv s MNST ... ... 38 70.21 47.61 3115 58.30 -7.9Mornstr MORN 1.00 .8 30 144.34 82.64 92 131.15 +35.2MoSys rs MOSY ... ... ...dd 2.23 .61 155 .68 -38.7MotifBio n MTFB ... ... ... 13.75 7.90 0 8.61 -20.3MotifBi un MTFBW ... ... ... 9.94 2.48 4.40 +14.9MotorcarP MPAA ... ... 29 30.16 18.09 75 24.01 -3.9MotusGI n MOTS ... ... ...dd 10.66 3.75 46 5.20 +18.7MtnPDia g MPVE .04p ... ... 3.35 1.75 19 2.10 -23.6Moxian n MOXC ... ... ... 4.00 .75 20 .87 -77.5MudrickC n MUDS ... ... ... 9.94 9.55 9.67 +.8MudrcC un MUDSU ... ... ... 10.35 9.98 10.32 +3.2MultiColor LABL .20 .3 17 89.70 57.76 51 64.20 -14.2tMustBio n MBIO ... ... ...dd 12.89 5.87 44 5.89 -50.9MutualFst MFSF .72 2.0 18 40.50 34.30 11 36.45 -5.4MySize n MYSZ ... ... ...dd 3.58 .57 521 1.26 +94.4Mylan NV MYL ... ... 11 47.82 30.73 2549 38.19 -9.7MyndAn wt MYNDW ... ... ... 1.00 .33 .43 -8.5MyndAnaly MYND ... ... ... 5.05 1.15 85 1.75 -48.5sMyoKard n MYOK ... ... ...dd 66.55 32.80 413 64.90 +54.2MyriadG MYGN ... ... 23 50.44 27.23 513 46.93 +36.6N -:NBT Bcp NBTB 1.00 2.6 18 41.88 34.05 76 38.77 +5.4NCS Mltst n NCSM ... ... ... 24.85 12.57 83 16.33 +10.8NETgear NTGR ... ... ...dd 78.30 44.20 298 63.20 +7.6NF EngSv NFEC ... ... ... 7.19 .79 63 4.58 +371.9NI Hldg n NODK ... ... ... 18.62 15.72 6 16.81 -1.0NIC Inc EGOV .32 2.2 19 18.90 12.65 658 14.80 -10.8NICE Ltd NICE .64 .6 37 119.83 78.49 198 113.33 +23.3NII Hldg n NIHD ... ... ...dd 7.29 .22 1024 5.18 +1121.7nLIGHT n LASR ... ... ...cc 43.63 22.14 299 25.25 -6.3NMI Hldg h NMIH ... ... 16 24.50 11.80 482 22.75 +33.8NN Inc NNBR .28 1.8 18 32.90 15.35 364 15.65 -43.3NV5 Global NVEE ... ... 31 92.75 40.01 65 89.20 +64.7NVE Corp NVEC 4.00 3.8 40 135.00 68.50 16 105.70 +22.9NXP Semi NXPI ... ... 33 125.93 84.59 4490 91.09 -22.2Nabriva n NBRV ... ... ...dd 8.58 2.33 578 2.50 -58.2NanoDim n NNDM ... ... ... 5.79 1.21 71 2.09 -31.9NanoString NSTG ... ... ...dd 18.86 5.87 295 17.73 +137.3NanoVib n NAOV ... ... ... 5.00 3.68 4.40 -6.0Nanomtr NANO ... ... 28 48.26 22.08 236 36.30 +45.7NantHlth n NH ... ... ... 5.26 1.30 128 1.57 -48.5NantKwst n NK ... ... ... 5.98 2.66 81 3.23 -28.1Napco NSSC ... ... 34 17.45 7.90 42 14.40 +64.6Nasdaq NDAQ 1.76 2.0 23 96.84 71.65 715 89.89 +17.0Natera n NTRA ... ... ...dd 29.62 8.60 555 23.84 +165.2Nathans s NATH 1.00a 1.2 52 107.05 60.35 41 82.15 +8.8NatAmUnv NAUH .18 19.7 ... 2.29 .76 14 .91 -35.6NatlBnksh NKSH 1.19e 2.6 23 49.75 37.55 4 45.60 +.3NatlBevrg FIZZ 1.50e ... 32 127.32 83.78 168 112.30 +15.3sNatCineM NCMI .68 6.4 ...cc 9.75 5.09 1906 10.60 +54.5tNatlCmce n NCOM ... ... 21 48.60 38.03 56 42.68 +6.0NatEnrSv n NESR ... ... ... 14.38 9.51 237 12.00 +20.6NatEnSv wt NESRW ... ... ... .85 .43 .80 -2.4NatGenHld NGHC .16 .6 19 28.25 17.86 173 26.53 +35.1NatGnH pfA NGHCP 1.88 7.5 ... 26.18 22.77 2 24.95 -1.2NatGnH pfB NGHCO 1.88 7.6 ... 26.62 22.02 12 24.70 -1.4NatGnH pfC NGHCN 1.88 7.6 ... 25.84 23.13 13 24.60 -1.7NatGnH 55 NGHCZ 1.91 7.6 ... 26.08 23.80 5 25.21 -.8NatlHld wt NHLDW ... ... ... 2.60 .21 1.49 +65.9NatlHld rs NHLD ... ... ... 6.26 2.08 2 3.41 +3.3NatInstrm NATI .92 1.9 60 53.57 38.78 544 48.55 +16.6NatResrch NRC .68 1.8 76 42.85 26.35 30 38.80 +4.0NSecGrp NSEC .20 1.4 10 18.17 12.27 0 14.80 -9.5NatlVis n EYE ... ... ...cc 46.63 27.19 434 43.27 +6.6NatWstnLf NWLI .36 .1 11 368.00 276.00 5 324.00 -2.1NaturlAlt NAII ... ... 9 12.15 9.20 28 10.15 -1.5NatHlTr n NHTC .56f 2.4 6 27.23 14.15 46 23.61 +55.4NaturesSun NATR .40 4.5 ...dd 13.80 7.55 14 8.90 -22.9NatusMed BABY ... ... 51 43.60 28.00 241 34.90 -8.6Nav43 JSM 1.50 6.6 ... 25.00 20.21 4 22.63 -4.8Navient NAVI .64 4.6 8 15.61 11.48 2392 14.00 +5.1NavgGp s NAVG .28 .4 21 71.45 45.80 197 69.20 +42.1NebulaAc n NEBU ... ... ... 11.52 9.65 9.69 +.4NebulaA un NEBUU ... ... ... 10.20 9.96 10.08 +.5NektarTh NKTR ... ... 13 111.36 22.02 2967 60.87 +1.9Nemaura n NMRD ... ... ... 6.80 2.05 73 3.22 -44.0Neogen s NEOG ... ... 73 97.38 53.64 582 88.68 +43.8NeoGenom NEO ... ... ...cc 15.00 7.08 397 14.55 +64.2tNeonTh n NTGN ... ... ...dd 16.23 7.30 185 6.78 -54.8Neonode NEON ... ... ...dd 1.42 .25 103 .30 -59.8tNeosTher n NEOS ... ... ...dd 13.15 4.85 254 4.90 -52.0Neovas grs NVCN ... ... ... 180.00 2.10 1618 3.14 -94.8NeptWln g NEPT ... ... 10 5.14 .80 2494 4.37 +85.2Net1UEPS UEPS ... ... 7 13.20 5.90 402 7.68 -35.4NetElem rs NETE ... ... ... 33.51 3.47 31 5.45 -51.0NetApp NTAP 1.60 1.9 33 88.08 42.11 2391 86.40 +56.2NetEase NTES 1.94e .9 8 377.64 184.60 674 210.03 -39.1Netix s NFLX ... ... ...cc 423.21 176.55 9279 369.61 +92.5Netlist h NLST ... ... ...dd 1.10 .10 39715 .69 +122.4NtScout NTCT ... ... 23 33.50 23.15 598 26.00 -14.6sNetSolTch NTWK ... ... 38 6.60 3.09 97 6.80 +44.4Neuralst rs CUR ... ... ... 3.09 .88 45 1.07 -37.8NeuM wt rs NUROW ... ... ... .12 .02 .06 +57.9NeurMx rs NURO ... ... ... 2.96 1.11 52 1.32 -23.7Neurcrine NBIX ... ... ...dd 126.98 56.83 726 121.05 +56.0Neuronet n STIM ... ... ... 39.39 23.95 91 33.23 +19.6Neurotrpe h NTRP ... ... ... 11.93 3.97 4 8.56 +21.6NewAgeB n NBEV ... ... ... 9.99 1.30 43337 3.96 +82.5NewLink NLNK ... ... ...dd 12.91 2.31 305 2.38 -70.7NYMtgTr NYMT .80 12.8 8 6.54 5.35 1689 6.27 +1.6NYMtT pfB NYMTP 1.94 7.8 ... 25.50 18.66 2 24.85 -1.8NYMtT pfC NYMTO 1.97 7.9 ... 25.56 22.97 9 24.86 +1.5NYMtgT pfD NYMTN 2.00 8.2 ... 25.27 22.53 18 24.25 -1.8NewatrTc n NEWA ... ... ... 29.69 7.86 34 9.96 +6.1NewmrkGp NMRK ... ... 16 15.62 10.67 426 11.51 -19.9NewsCpA NWSA .20 1.6 ...dd 17.29 12.24 3584 12.75 -21.3NewsCpB NWS .20 1.5 ... 17.70 12.70 493 13.25 -20.2NewtekBsn NEWT 1.74e 8.2 ... 24.24 16.01 89 21.34 +15.4Newtek 22 NEWTZ 1.88 7.4 ... 27.14 25.20 0 25.22 -4.9Newtek23 n NEWTI 1.56 6.1 ... 26.00 25.00 1 25.75 +2.6sNexeo Sol NXEO ... ... ... 12.52 7.11 2010 12.15 +33.5Nexeo wt NXEOW ... ... ... .78 .40 .71 +13.8Nexeo un NXEOU ... ... ... 13.25 7.35 3 12.95 +34.6NexstarM NXST 1.50 1.8 7 89.75 58.10 453 82.45 +5.4NextDec n NEXT ... ... ... 10.80 3.95 137 5.22 -37.3NxtGenHl NXGN .70 3.4 33 23.73 12.24 205 20.34 +49.8NichFncl h NICK ... ... 29 12.50 7.59 3 12.03 +36.7NicoletBc n NCBS ... ... 15 61.98 51.22 27 54.11 -1.2NightstTh n NITE ... ... ... 29.55 10.01 326 21.31 +62.4Noodles NDLS ... ... ...dd 13.30 3.95 314 11.85 +125.7Nordson NDSN 1.40 1.0 24 151.84 117.02 165 144.42 -1.4NorSys NSYS ... ... ...cc 8.08 2.77 3 4.08 +5.7NorestB NBN .04 .2 18 29.95 18.85 15 21.85 -5.6NthnTech NTIC .40 1.1 38 41.90 15.75 6 34.95 +41.2NorTrst NTRS 2.20f 2.1 18 115.61 88.89 990 105.34 +5.5NthnTr pfC NTRSP 1.46 5.7 ... 27.78 25.00 5 25.70 -2.1NorthdBc NFBK .40 2.5 21 18.39 15.14 47 15.69 -8.1Nthrim NRIM 1.08f 2.6 18 45.40 31.85 15 42.20 +24.7NwstBcsh NWBI .68 3.8 19 18.56 15.34 338 17.77 +6.2NwstPipe NWPX ... ... ...dd 22.00 16.60 51 20.35 +6.3NorwdFn s NWFL .88 2.3 30 39.97 27.65 7 39.03 +18.3NovaLfstyl NVFY ... ... ...dd 3.10 1.30 43 1.76 -26.7NovaMeas NVMI ... ... 15 32.00 23.38 50 26.44 +2.0Novan n NOVN ... ... ... 6.69 2.27 11 2.82 -33.2Novanta NOVT ... ... ... 78.85 41.90 308 70.05 +40.1Novavax NVAX ... 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NovoCure n NVCR ... ... ...dd 52.35 16.10 470 48.80 +141.6NovumeS n NVMM ... ... ... 4.75 1.12 23 1.25 -72.4NovusTher rs NVUS ... ... ...dd 8.61 3.12 54 4.77 +17.5NuCana n NCNA ... ... ...cc 32.00 9.32 23 22.65 +124.0NuVasive NUVA ... ... 44 72.12 44.62 690 68.40 +16.9NuanceCm NUAN ... ... ...dd 18.75 12.18 2911 16.93 +3.5Nutanix n NTNX ... ... ... 64.87 21.63 11643 42.40 +20.2NutriSyst NTRI 1.00 2.7 22 60.80 26.06 665 37.55 -28.6Nuvectra NVTR ... ... ... 23.79 7.60 167 22.12 +185.1NvNq100Dy QQQX 1.68 7.1 ...q 28.19 20.24 192 23.80 -1.7Nvidia NVDA .60 .2 50 285.22 170.16 7339 265.70 +37.3NxStageMd NXTM ... ... ...dd 28.75 22.70 132 28.17 +16.3Nxt-ID wt NXTDW ... ... ... 3.42 .08 .39 -41.8Nxt-ID rs NXTD ... ... ... 8.59 1.01 172 1.38 -60.6NymoxPh NYMX ... ... ...dd 4.60 2.46 127 2.57 -22.1O -:O2Micro OIIM ... ... ... 2.40 1.30 44 2.25 +34.8OFS Cap OFS 1.36a 11.1 10 13.24 10.41 41 12.29 +3.3OFS C25 n OFSSL 1.59 6.3 ... 25.52 24.01 1 25.26 +1.4OHA Inv OHAI .08 5.2 39 1.68 1.05 15 1.54 +34.2tOP Bancp n OPBK ... ... ... 14.10 11.54 18 11.50 -7.6OReillyAu ORLY ... ... 23 351.65 190.00 411 343.05 +42.6OSI Sys OSIS ... ... 70 96.64 50.50 83 77.99 +21.1OakVlyBcp OVLY .26e 1.3 17 25.65 16.00 5 19.50 -.2OaktrSpL OCSL .38 7.7 ...dd 5.91 4.17 184 4.96 +1.4OaktrSp28 OCSLL 1.53 6.1 ... 25.77 24.01 17 25.01 -.8OaktStInco OCSI .62f 7.2 11 9.06 7.03 24 8.61 +2.5sOasmiaPh n OASM .02p ... ... 3.55 .80 263 3.59 +308.0ObalonT n OBLN ... ... ...dd 10.23 1.46 124 2.43 -63.2ObsEva n OBSV ... ... ... 20.35 7.17 208 18.07 +85.1OceanBio OBCI .05e ... ... 5.71 3.26 6 4.15 -4.4OceanPw h OPTT ... ... ...dd 2.54 .46 111 .65 -40.9svjOceanR rs ORIG ... ... ... 33.90 20.22 1385 34.22 +27.7OceanFst OCFC .60 2.2 16 30.90 25.00 158 27.90 +6.3Oclaro OCLR ... ... 14 10.20 5.61 450 9.16 +35.9OconeeFed OFED .40 1.5 ... 30.49 25.55 0 26.90 -6.3OcularTher OCUL ... ... ...dd 8.28 3.30 209 6.44 +44.7OdonateT n ODT ... ... ... 32.00 15.15 103 19.49 -22.0OdysMr rsh OMEX ... ... ...dd 13.75 3.17 42 8.50 +125.5OfficeDpt ODP .10 3.0 9 4.65 2.00 2994 3.28 -7.3OhioValB OVBC .84 2.2 24 56.15 34.35 5 38.05 -5.8OhrPhar h OHRP ... ... ...dd 2.18 .15 242 .19 -90.0Okta n OKTA ... ... ...dd 75.49 24.71 1703 68.52 +167.6OldDomFrt ODFL .52 .3 38 170.22 105.64 808 158.14 +20.2OldLnBc OLBK .40 1.2 17 35.72 26.98 71 32.47 +10.3OldNBcp ONB .52 2.6 26 20.95 16.36 743 19.85 +13.8OldPoint OPOF .44 1.6 21 34.64 24.07 2 27.50 -7.6OldSecBc OSBC .04 .3 16 16.30 12.15 142 15.50 +13.6OlScCTrI pf OSBCP .78 7.3 ... 10.70 10.31 2 10.68 +2.4Ollies n OLLI ... ... 41 94.70 42.36 389 93.40 +75.4OlympStl ZEUS .08 .4 8 25.84 18.10 56 20.41 -5.0OmegaFlex OFLX .96 1.3 41 95.00 53.50 36 72.40 +1.4Omeros OMER ... ... ...dd 26.97 8.36 710 26.46 +36.2Omnicell OMCL ... ... ...cc 73.00 39.75 467 70.10 +44.5OnSmcnd ON ... ... 10 27.10 17.60 3558 19.10 -8.8OnTrack OTIV ... ... ... 2.94 .88 33 .98 -28.0OncoMed OMED ... ... ...dd 5.56 1.74 73 2.26 -44.9Oncobiolog ONS ... ... ... 1.70 .78 75 .96 -26.2Oncobi wtA ONSIW ... ... ... .14 .02 .03 -3.2OncolBio n ONCY ... ... ...dd 7.40 3.77 66 4.15 -33.7Onconov wt ONTXW ... ... ... .80 .35 .80 +45.5Onconva rs ONTX ... ... ...dd 2.83 .33 1158 .53 -64.7OncoSec rs ONCS ... ... ...dd 2.95 .90 781 1.43 -12.0OneGpHosp STKS ... ... ...dd 3.40 1.32 99 3.16 +32.2tOneHorz rs OHGI ... ... ...dd 3.38 .18 1258 .18 -87.5180 DgrCap TURN ... ... ... 2.50 1.65 84 2.21 +12.2OneStopS n OSS ... ... ...dd 6.25 3.17 15 3.88 -20.51800Flowrs FLWS ... ... 20 15.00 8.85 234 11.60 +8.4OneSpan OSPN ... ... 97 23.35 11.20 244 18.50 +33.1OpenText s OTEX .61f 1.6 20 40.31 31.21 256 37.99 +6.5tOperaLtd n OPRA ... ... ... 15.62 9.52 165 9.06 -30.9OpesAcq n OPES ... ... ... 9.98 9.66 3 9.82 +1.4OpesAcq un OPESU ... ... ... 10.18 9.11 10.16 +1.4OpGn wt rs OPGNW ... ... ... 2.25 .25 .82 -16.3OpGen n rs OPGN ... ... ... 10.25 1.62 690 2.20 -52.9Ophthotech OPHT ... ... 1 4.50 2.25 97 2.41 -22.8OpiantPh n OPNT ... ... ... 48.00 12.75 21 21.32 -7.2OpkoHlth OPK ... ... ...dd 7.24 2.66 5572 4.13 -15.7OptiNose n OPTN ... ... ...dd 30.00 12.51 251 13.81 -26.9Optibase OBAS ... ... ...dd 9.50 6.60 8.85 +11.2sOptCable OCC .08 1.9 47 4.45 2.15 88 4.20 +74.5OptimBk h OPHC ... ... ... 13.96 1.85 2 4.90 +4.3OpusBank OPB .52e 1.8 18 30.95 22.75 157 28.30 +3.7OramedPh ORMP ... ... ... 11.34 4.60 10 4.79 -46.8OraSure OSUR ... ... 31 23.01 12.86 443 15.25 -19.1Orbcomm ORBC ... ... ...dd 11.95 8.50 436 10.85 +6.6Orbotch ORBK ... ... 21 65.75 40.35 56 60.86 +21.1Organovo ONVO ... ... ...dd 2.28 .91 732 1.19 -11.2Orgenesis n ORGS ... ... ... 16.80 5.06 30 5.49 -60.4OrignAg rs SEED ... ... ... 18.70 4.99 12 5.07 -40.4OrigBcp n OBNK .13 .3 ... 42.31 36.12 82 38.37 +2.3OrigoAc un CNLMU ... ... ... 11.95 10.80 11.01 OrionEngy OESX ... ... ...dd 1.25 .70 16 1.00 +13.6Oritani ORIT 1.13e 7.1 11 17.70 15.00 123 15.80 -3.7OrrstownF ORRF .52 2.2 18 27.05 23.25 8 23.80 -5.7OrthoPed n KIDS ... ... ... 35.50 14.00 51 34.10 +77.7OrthoMed OFIX ... ... 74 61.98 47.16 89 55.19 +.9OsirisTher n OSIR ... ... ... 11.93 7.30 106 11.28 +4.0OssenInn rs OSN ... ... ... 8.90 1.50 61 2.13 -26.0Otelco OTEL ... ... 11 17.75 9.25 6 17.35 +30.0Otonomy OTIC ... ... ...dd 6.45 2.50 36 2.70 -51.4OttawaBc n OTTW .20 1.4 53 14.85 13.61 2 13.86 -4.0OtterTail OTTR 1.34 2.8 24 49.75 39.00 73 47.90 +7.8OvaScience OVAS ... ... ...dd 1.65 .66 12 .75 -46.4Overstk OSTK ... ... ...dd 89.80 23.10 1398 26.95 -57.8Ovid Th n OVID ... ... ...dd 12.44 5.50 65 5.96 -39.6Oxbridge OXBR .48 26.7 3 4.90 1.00 36 1.80 -16.3Oxbrdge wt OXBRW ... ... ... .40 .06 .15 +50.0OxfordImm OXFD ... ... ...dd 17.41 10.00 118 15.89 +13.7OxfordLn OXLC 1.62 15.2 ... 11.74 9.11 246 10.63 +5.8Oxford 23pf OXLCO 1.88 7.4 ... 25.63 25.14 4 25.39 OxfrLn24 pf OXLCM 1.69 6.6 ... 25.93 25.09 0 25.65 +1.8OxfSqCap OXSQ .80 11.3 6 7.52 5.15 198 7.10 +23.7OxfSqC24 n OXSQL 1.63 6.6 ... 26.99 25.14 24.79 -4.1P-Q:P&F Inds PFIN .20 2.4 ... 8.88 6.72 4 8.44 +.7PAM PTSI ... ... 58 67.00 20.92 24 65.22 +89.4PB Bncp PBBI .24 2.0 ...cc 12.20 10.15 1 11.93 +10.9PC Cnnctn CNXN .34e ... 19 43.05 22.66 88 39.60 +51.1PC-Tel PCTI .22 4.8 ... 7.85 4.01 20 4.63 -37.2PCM Inc PCMI ... ... ...cc 25.23 6.90 106 18.70 +88.9PCSB Fn n PCSB .03p ... 52 22.34 18.14 48 20.29 +6.5PDC Engy PDCE ... ... ...dd 66.20 41.13 1046 49.53 -3.9PDF Sol PDFS ... ... 26 18.48 8.10 186 8.98 -42.8PDL Bio PDLI .20 7.8 ...dd 3.55 2.25 2777 2.58 -5.8PDL Cmt n PDLB ... ... ... 16.95 14.46 7 14.80 -2.5PHI vtg PHII ... ... ...dd 13.95 7.11 14 8.88 -24.1PHI nv PHIIK .20 2.2 ...dd 13.39 7.11 36 9.13 -21.1PICO Hld s PICO 5.00e ... ...dd 14.57 10.38 79 12.40 -3.1PLX Phr rs PLXP ... ... ... 9.41 3.05 7 4.00 -42.0PRA Grp PRAA ... ... 55 43.75 25.72 193 37.10 +11.7PRA Hlth PRAH ... ... 67 112.88 73.50 535 108.44 +19.1PRGX Glbl PRGX ... ... ...dd 10.30 6.62 37 8.95 +26.1PTC Inc PTC ... ... ...cc 107.31 55.30 1000 103.45 +70.2PTC Thera PTCT ... ... ...dd 52.95 14.56 870 45.92 +175.3PacWstBc PACW 2.40 4.8 15 55.86 43.61 677 50.21 -.4Paccar PCAR 1.12 1.6 12 79.69 59.82 1864 70.36 -1.0PacBiosci PACB ... ... ...dd 5.58 2.02 663 4.86 +84.1PacCityF n PCB ... ... ... 20.95 18.56 36 19.76 -1.1PacEthanol PEIX ... ... ...dd 6.06 1.55 1007 2.00 -56.0PacMerc PMBC ... ... 21 10.45 8.05 25 9.45 +8.0PacPreBc PPBI .15p ... 21 46.05 35.20 540 37.85 -5.4PaciraPhm PCRX ... ... ...dd 52.60 26.95 317 50.45 +10.5PainThr rs PTIE ... ... ...dd 12.80 .81 230 .96 -76.1PanASlv PAAS .14 .9 23 18.75 13.97 1502 14.89 -4.3PangaeaL PANL ... ... 2 8.40 2.13 48 3.52 -4.3PapaJohns PZZA .90 1.9 19 75.07 38.05 1182 46.32 -17.4PapaMurph FRSH ... ... 13 6.50 4.40 23 5.35 -.6ParatekPh PRTK ... ... ...dd 26.10 9.00 292 9.40 -47.5ParkCity PCYG ... ... 64 12.50 6.75 50 9.55 ParkOh PKOH .50 1.3 12 47.90 34.95 38 38.00 -17.3ParkeBcp PKBK .56f 2.5 16 24.80 17.39 22 22.40 +19.9PrtnrCm PTNR ... ... 22 6.60 3.23 8 5.06 -17.8PathfdBcp PBHC .24 1.6 22 16.64 15.00 1 15.05 -2.3PatrkInd s PATK ... ... 20 72.35 51.88 270 59.90 -13.8PatrNBc rs PNBK .04 .2 34 25.50 16.63 6 23.35 +30.8PatriotTr n PATI ... ... 14 23.80 16.72 1 20.46 +17.7PatternEn PEGI 1.69 8.3 16 25.99 16.58 1126 20.28 -5.6Patterson PDCO 1.04 4.1 11 40.36 20.22 2150 25.10 -30.5PattUTI PTEN .16 .9 ...dd 25.03 14.60 2462 17.70 -23.1Pavmed n PAVM ... ... ...dd 5.99 .87 123 1.28 -44.0Pavmed wt PAVMW ... ... ... 2.70 .35 .42 -32.3Paychex PAYX 2.24 3.0 29 75.57 59.34 1548 74.54 +9.5Paylocity PCTY ... ... ...cc 88.47 41.15 352 80.81 +71.4PayData rs PYDS ... ... ...dd 4.10 1.35 14 1.94 -23.3PayPal n PYPL ... ... 57 93.70 62.37 8094 89.62 +21.7pdvWirelss PDVW ... ... ...dd 39.75 22.50 27 31.45 -2.0PeakRsts SKIS .28 5.5 ...dd 5.78 4.10 47 5.10 -5.6PeapkGl PGC .20 .6 18 38.00 30.85 44 31.26 -10.7Pegasyst PEGA .12 .2 ...cc 67.95 45.40 245 62.95 +33.5PnnNtGm PENN ... ... 33 36.90 22.20 752 31.80 +1.5PennVa n PVAC ... ... ... 96.13 32.49 186 78.16 +99.8PennantPk PNNT .72 9.5 9 7.84 6.29 86 7.55 +9.3PenPkFR PFLT 1.14 8.5 12 14.65 12.00 50 13.36 -2.6PennsWd PWOD 1.88 4.3 17 50.00 39.59 3 43.62 -6.4PensarAc n WRLS ... ... ... 10.17 7.75 5 9.96 +3.0PensareAc wt WRLSW ... ... ... .74 .45 .51 -7.3PensrAc rt WRLSR ... ... ... .55 .30 .45 -10.0PensarA un WRLSU ... ... ... 11.48 10.13 20 10.58 +2.5PeopUtdF PBCT .70 4.0 15 20.26 17.32 3371 17.54 -6.2PeopUtd pf PBCTP 1.41 5.5 ... 28.99 25.00 7 25.75 -9.1PeBcOH PEBO 1.12 3.1 17 39.58 30.84 46 35.92 +10.1PeopBNC PEBK .52 1.8 15 34.54 26.32 3 29.08 -5.2PeopFSvc PFIS 1.32f 3.0 16 52.00 40.68 8 43.31 -7.0PeopUtah n PUB .40f 1.1 31 38.70 29.05 18 34.90 +15.2PepsiCo PEP 3.71 3.3 35 122.51 95.94 3373 112.27 -6.4Percptr PRCP .15 1.6 28 12.25 7.26 6 9.65 -.5Percient PRFT ... ... 45 31.09 17.65 206 27.74 +45.5Performnt PFMT ... ... ...dd 3.52 1.52 5 1.78 +7.9PerionNwk rs PERI ... ... ... 4.05 2.13 25 3.11 +.6PermaFix PESI ... ... ... 5.15 3.29 14 4.60 +26.0PermaPip PPIH ... ... ...dd 10.43 8.00 6 9.17 +1.9PernixT rs PTX ... ... ...dd 3.35 .76 171 .79 -67.0PerryEllis PERY ... ... 8 29.59 21.46 357 27.33 +9.1PershGld rs PGLC ... ... ... 3.23 .80 108 1.20 -50.0PetIQ n PETQ ... ... ... 43.93 17.03 316 41.08 +88.1PetMed PETS 1.08f 3.0 20 57.80 31.81 328 35.58 -21.8PFSweb PFSW ... ... ...dd 11.86 5.90 38 7.60 +2.3PhibroAH PAHC .40 .9 30 54.62 32.05 179 42.45 +26.7PhotrIn PLAB ... ... 1 11.00 7.20 287 9.70 +13.8PiedmLithn PLLL ... ... ... 17.98 10.00 11 10.15 -20.4PierisPhm PIRS ... ... ... 9.75 4.43 197 5.33 -29.4PilgrimsP PPC ... ... 8 38.39 16.30 848 18.76 -39.6Pinduodou n PDD ... ... ... 30.48 17.20 4746 26.49 -.8PingtanM PME .04 1.7 14 4.20 1.99 36 2.30 -24.6PinnclEnt PNK ... ... ... 35.18 19.60 196 33.19 +1.4PinnaclFn PNFP .56 .9 19 69.95 59.55 325 63.25 -4.6PioneerPw PPSI ... ... 26 7.95 4.40 1 5.10 -33.0Pixelwrks PXLW ... ... ...dd 7.05 3.15 263 4.78 -24.5PlatEag n EAGL ... ... ... 11.82 9.60 3 9.84 +.9PlatEag un EAGLU ... ... ... 11.00 8.00 10.29 +2.8PlayaHot n PLYA ... ... ...dd 11.69 8.89 266 9.57 -11.3Plexus PLXS ... ... ... 66.78 53.21 139 61.39 +1.1PlugPowr h PLUG ... ... ...dd 3.21 1.53 969 1.88 -20.3PlumasBc PLBC .36f 1.4 13 29.45 19.85 1 25.85 +11.4Plurlsght n PS ... ... ... 38.37 19.25 298 32.68 +63.4PluristemT PSTI ... ... ...dd 2.12 1.14 312 1.31 -5.1PoageBksh PBSK .24 .9 30 27.75 18.10 13 25.50 +21.4PointrTel h PNTR ... ... 17 19.65 10.25 8 12.90 -30.6PointsInt g PCOM ... ... 34 18.48 9.31 146 13.40 +30.2PolarPwr n POLA ... ... ... 6.85 4.01 5 5.15 +2.8Polarity rs PTE ... ... ... 41.22 15.21 358 21.75 -6.3Pool Corp POOL 1.80f 1.1 31 175.87 107.18 231 167.46 +29.2PopeRes POPE 3.20f 4.5 26 73.50 66.60 1 71.50 +2.5Popular BPOP 1.00 1.9 32 53.00 32.04 624 51.88 +46.2Popular pf BPOPN 1.68 6.6 ... 25.52 22.61 2 25.31 +4.2PopCpII pf BPOPM 1.53 6.4 ... 25.00 17.66 4 24.06 +6.5 PortolaPh PTLA ... ... ...dd 56.70 24.63 858 27.15 -44.2Potbelly PBPB ... ... ...dd 14.15 11.05 223 12.35 +.4PotltchDel PCH 1.60 3.5 25 56.35 44.88 438 45.80 -8.2PowellInds POWL 1.04 3.0 ...cc 41.42 22.80 112 34.50 +20.4PwrInteg POWI .64 .9 34 86.60 60.55 191 68.00 -7.5PS VarRate VRIG .74 3.0 ... 25.33 25.06 25.08 -.5PwShs QQQ QQQ 1.52e .7 ...q 175.21 142.10 172.74 +10.9PranBio rs PRAN ... ... ... 3.79 1.75 63 2.00 -35.9Precipio n PRPO ... ... ... 2.65 .32 307 .40 -67.1PrecTh rs AIPT ... ... ...dd 2.50 .81 63 .99 -2.0PfdBkLA PFBC 1.00 1.7 ... 69.48 54.55 59 59.94 +2.0PrefrmdLn PLPC .80 1.1 35 96.83 55.41 7 74.89 +5.4PremFin s PFBI .60 3.2 12 26.05 16.78 11 19.03 -5.2Premier PINC ... ... ...dd 45.31 27.16 520 43.74 +49.8Presbia n LENS ... ... ... 7.14 1.55 33 1.71 -54.8Presidio n PSDO .16 1.0 ... 19.74 11.97 363 15.61 -18.6PriceTR TROW 2.80 2.5 20 127.43 86.42 702 110.97 +5.8PrSmrt PSMT .70 .8 34 94.45 77.30 90 83.30 -3.3PrmEgy PNRG ... ... ...dd 80.50 45.30 0 78.20 +51.8PrimoWtr PRMW ... ... 66 20.72 10.47 213 18.55 +47.6Primoris PRIM .24 .9 22 29.90 23.61 227 25.28 -7.0PrinPrice PSET .16e ... ... 35.55 29.90 0 35.30 +9.7PrinShHld PY .33e ... ... 34.81 30.37 34.06 +4.4PrinHlIn ef BTEC ... ... ... 39.21 28.87 1 36.96 +17.5PrinMill ef GENY .06e ... ... 39.30 30.89 1 38.21 +10.0sPrin US SC PSC ... ... ... 36.24 29.18 3 35.13 +10.8PrinIntM n PXUS ... ... ... 106.29 99.98 101.68 +.3PrinFncl PFG 2.12f 3.6 12 75.59 52.31 935 58.52 -17.1PrinBio n PRNB ... ... ... 36.00 25.00 41 27.54 -15.7PriorityTc PRTH ... ... ... 12.99 8.34 4 10.30 +1.1PriorTc wt PRTHW ... ... ... .50 .30 .47 +35.4PriorTc un PRTHU ... ... ... 13.32 10.28 13.00 +22.4sProDex PDEX ... ... 33 13.00 6.05 39 12.25 +80.1ProPhaseL PRPH 1.00e ... ...dd 5.29 1.62 3 3.06 +77.0ProQRTher PRQR ... ... ...dd 22.85 2.75 242 20.35 +531.0PrUltBio s BIB ... ... ...q 70.53 48.12 251 67.50 +20.4PrUltPQ s TQQQ ... ... ...q 73.36 35.55 6568 69.12 +49.5ProDvrs h rs IPDN ... ... ... 6.63 2.45 45 3.27 -20.1ProrEng PFIE ... ... 1 5.30 1.40 167 3.28 +70.8PrognicsPh PGNX ... ... ...dd 9.42 5.01 1155 6.45 +8.4ProgrsSoft PRGS .56 1.3 36 53.60 34.72 235 42.07 -1.2Proofpoint PFPT ... ... ...dd 130.27 82.61 721 104.05 +17.2PShtQQQ rs SQQQ ... ... ...q 28.74 10.96 14477 11.55 -46.3ProS Ris n EQRR ... ... ... 52.12 41.53 1 50.79 +8.8PrUlNBio rs UBIO ... ... ... 46.35 25.80 24 42.12 +25.2ProUShBio BIS ... ... ...q 24.92 15.53 29 16.15 -26.8ProspctCap PSEC .72 9.7 9 7.60 5.51 1659 7.39 +9.6ProtagTh n PTGX ... ... ...dd 23.97 5.50 61 8.69 -58.2ProtctInsA PTVCA 1.12 5.1 50 24.86 21.31 1 22.02 -9.2PrtctInsB PTVCB 1.12 4.9 52 25.70 21.30 19 22.95 -4.2ProteonTh PRTO ... ... ...dd 2.90 1.60 67 1.85 -2.6Proteos n PTI ... ... 6 8.61 1.41 128 2.51 -56.9Prothena PRTA ... ... ...dd 70.00 10.43 1398 14.25 -62.0Provent n PRVB ... ... ... 8.00 3.35 83 4.18 -13.1ProvidSv PRSC ... ... 15 83.90 51.05 50 67.24 +13.3sProvidBc n PVBC ... ... ... 30.05 20.51 56 29.75 +12.5ProvFnH PROV .56 3.1 19 20.00 17.21 5 18.30 -.5PrudntlBcp PBIP .20a 1.1 90 19.87 16.04 13 18.05 +2.6PsychmCp PMD .72 3.8 18 22.88 15.99 16 18.90 -8.1Pulmatrix PULM ... ... ...dd 2.38 .28 221 .38 -72.8PulseBio n PLSE ... ... ...dd 34.82 12.51 48 14.16 -40.0PumaBiotc PBYI ... ... ...dd 136.90 40.45 515 47.40 -52.0PureAcq n PACQ ... ... ... 9.77 9.59 7 9.72 +.3PureAcq un PACQU ... ... ... 10.38 10.08 10.31 +1.9PureCycle PCYO ... ... ...dd 11.74 6.65 22 11.15 +33.5PurplInv n PRPL ... ... ...dd 13.90 5.04 5 5.59 -44.4PurpIn wt PRPLW ... ... ... 1.28 .65 .94 -13.0PyxisTnkr PXS ... ... 29 12.22 .74 133 .87 -73.0QAD Inc B QADB .24 .5 ...dd 49.40 26.72 0 43.76 +41.9QAD A QADA .29 .5 ...dd 61.80 33.35 57 57.45 +47.9QCR Hld QCRH .24 .6 15 49.70 40.40 48 41.85 -2.3QIWI plc QIWI .84e 6.3 13 20.05 12.50 60 13.27 -23.4Qorvo QRVO ... ... 93 86.84 64.53 794 78.45 +17.8Qualcom QCOM 2.48 3.4 ...dd 76.50 48.56 15443 73.58 +14.9Qualstar rs QBAK ... ... ... 13.50 5.71 7 7.84 -6.7Qualys QLYS ... ... 86 98.30 50.00 281 87.70 +47.8Quantenn n QTNA ... ... ... 19.41 9.60 170 18.67 +53.0Quanterx n QTRX ... ... ...dd 24.81 13.00 90 19.51 -9.1Quartrhill g QTRH .05 ... 4 2.12 1.01 143 1.41 -23.4QuestRes rs QRHC ... ... ...dd 2.91 1.08 21 2.64 +14.8QuickLog h QUIK ... ... ...dd 2.22 .98 42 1.05 -39.7Quidel QDEL ... ... ...cc 77.63 33.01 495 64.17 +48.0QuinStreet QNST ... ... 73 16.42 6.86 292 13.43 +60.3Qumu Cp QUMU ... ... ...dd 3.28 1.42 10 2.62 +10.5Quotinet QTNT ... ... ... 9.02 2.78 188 6.84 +38.2QuratRet A QRTEA ... ... 20 29.11 20.00 2881 22.51 -7.8QuratRet B QRTEB ... ... 23 28.90 19.62 21.92 -10.7tQutoutiao n QTT ... ... ... 20.39 8.55 3160 7.27 -54.5R -:R1 RCM n RCM ... ... ... 11.00 3.41 751 9.74 +120.9RBB Bcp n RBB .36 1.4 ... 33.62 21.84 121 26.65 -2.6RBC Bear ROLL ... ... 48 158.18 111.61 89 151.20 +19.6RCI Hosp RICK .12 .4 11 34.84 24.20 16 29.71 +6.2tRCM RCMT 1.00e ... 22 7.50 4.40 19 4.57 -26.9RF Inds RFIL .08 1.0 13 12.75 2.15 206 7.75 +187.0RGC Res s RGCO .62 2.3 32 31.57 22.16 8 27.17 +.3RLJ Ent rs RLJE ... ... ... 6.34 3.13 7 6.24 +69.6RMG Net h RMGN ... ... ...dd 2.73 .75 3 1.29 +57.3RMR Gp h RMR 1.00 1.1 51 98.00 49.10 43 92.80 +56.5RMR RE RIF 1.32 7.2 ...q 18.44 -6.7RTI Surg RTIX ... ... ...dd 5.10 3.85 143 4.55 +11.0RXI P wt rs RXIIW ... ... ... 1.90 .22 .83 -36.2RXI Phm rs RXII ... ... ... 7.70 1.12 44 1.19 -78.6RaPhrm n RARX ... ... ...dd 17.90 4.78 325 16.13 +89.8RadNet RDNT ... ... 96 15.95 9.50 209 15.30 +51.5RadaElc rs RADA ... ... ...dd 3.86 1.77 175 2.89 -6.2tRadcom RDCM ... ... 30 22.40 11.28 303 11.55 -41.8RadiSys RSYS ... ... ...dd 1.65 .53 231 1.63 +62.2RadiusHlth RDUS ... ... ...dd 41.16 16.71 625 17.31 -45.5Radware RDWR ... ... ...dd 28.50 16.21 176 25.66 +32.3RamacoRs n METC ... ... ... 9.35 3.81 73 7.28 +5.8Rambus RMBS ... ... ...dd 15.50 11.04 370 11.26 -20.8RandCap RAND ... ... 3 3.50 2.05 5 2.55 -15.5Randgold GOLD 2.00f 2.9 28 104.05 59.90 5095 68.14 -31.1RandBcp n RNDB ... ... ... 17.45 14.36 10 16.71 +8.8Rapid7 n RPD ... ... ...dd 39.40 16.59 776 36.87 +97.6RaveRest RAVE ... ... ...dd 2.33 1.09 55 1.33 -9.1RavenInds RAVN .52 1.1 1 49.80 30.85 108 45.60 +32.8ReShape rs RSLS ... ... ... 39.00 .04 3981 .04 -99.8ReadIntlA RDI ... ... 12 17.50 14.37 33 15.48 -7.3ReadgIntB RDIB ... ... 23 34.64 20.10 0 30.83 +34.0RealGSol h RGSE ... ... ...dd 3.25 .30 1508 .40 -72.8RealNetwk RNWK ... ... ...dd 5.00 2.63 21 2.95 -13.7Rl NxtEc n BLCN ... ... ... 25.05 21.69 18 23.63 -2.6RealitCh n BCNA ... ... ... 24.47 20.01 1 21.23 -12.3tRealmTh n RLM ... ... ... 13.00 3.34 2 3.03 -55.0RealPage RP ... ... 83 64.80 38.40 634 63.65 +43.7ReataPh n RETA ... ... ...dd 93.94 19.31 229 91.03 +221.4ReconTech RCON ... ... ...dd 5.36 .85 619 1.40 +7.5RecroPhm REPH ... ... ... 13.05 4.78 145 7.21 -22.1RedRobin RRGB ... ... 22 70.10 36.20 139 38.90 -31.0RedRkRs n RRR .40 1.5 ... 36.99 22.50 1378 27.53 -18.4RedViolt n RDVT ... ... ...dd 46.40 4.35 48 6.00 -87.1Redn n RDFN ... ... ... 31.50 16.69 1111 1 8.25 -41.7RedhillBio RDHL ... ... ... 11.49 4.30 65 8.14 +58.4Regenrn REGN ... ... 27 477.00 281.89 368 390.19 +3.8RegnxBio n RGNX ... ... 52 85.10 23.25 480 71.75 +115.8RegulusTh RGLS ... ... ...dd 1.52 .17 656 .20 -81.3Reis Inc REIS .76 3.3 ...dd 24.00 16.74 82 22.95 +11.1ReliantBcp RBNC .32 1.2 26 30.00 21.90 6 26.44 +3.1Reliv In rs RELV ... ... ...dd 8.44 3.72 0 5.09 +6.7RemarkHld MARK ... ... ...dd 15.10 2.83 233 3.25 -66.6RemoraR n RRI ... ... ... Renasant RNST .80 1.9 17 49.78 39.11 182 43.06 +5.3RenewEn REGI ... ... 5 28.15 9.50 681 27.35 +131.8RenminTi rs ABAC ... ... ... 4.76 1.50 24 2.10 -28.8RentACt RCII .32 2.2 24 14.94 7.22 643 14.39 +29.6Replgn RGEN ... ... ...cc 58.99 29.56 397 55.07 +51.8Replimun n REPL ... ... ... 23.55 14.03 89 19.19 +26.6RepBncp RBCAA .97 2.1 19 50.70 34.24 17 47.21 +24.2tRepFBcp FRBK ... ... 51 9.75 7.08 125 7.10 -16.0resTORbi n TORC ... ... ...dd 21.10 7.55 128 15.62 -7.5RschFrnt REFR ... ... ...dd 1.55 .60 260 1.44 +38.5Resonant RESN ... ... ... 8.55 3.17 297 4.14 -44.6ResConn RECN .52f 3.1 28 17.95 12.75 117 16.85 +9.1RestorRob n HAIR ... ... ...dd 11.95 1.45 180 2.54 -44.8RetailOpp ROIC .78 4.3 54 20.14 16.18 1235 18.25 -8.5RetoEco n RETO ... ... ... 12.75 3.13 8 3.63 -48.5Retrophin RTRX ... ... ...dd 33.00 20.09 240 27.75 +31.7RevanceTh RVNC ... ... ...dd 37.45 22.25 110 25.30 -29.2RevenHo n RVEN ... ... ... 5.30 2.32 2 3.99 -13.9RevolutL rs RVLT ... ... ... 6.64 2.18 96 2.92 -11.2ReWalkRob RWLK ... ... ...dd 1.65 .70 59 .89 -19.1RhythmP n RYTM ... ... 45 37.23 16.80 353 32.00 +10.1RibbnCm n RBBN ... ... ...dd 8.36 4.97 204 7.03 -9.1RiceBr wt RIBTW ... ... ... .30 .05 .17 +69.0RiceBran RIBT ... ... ...dd 3.46 1.15 137 2.95 +99.3RichrdElec RELL .24 2.7 ...cc 10.40 5.76 35 8.81 +30.7RigelPh RIGL ... ... ...dd 4.71 2.28 1754 3.30 -14.9RigNet RNET ... ... ...dd 24.05 10.03 67 18.20 +21.7RiminiSt n RMNI ... ... ... 10.40 .25 70 6.55 -17.2RiotBlck RIOT 1.00p ... ... 46.20 3.54 280 4.08 -85.6RiseEdCy n REDU ... ... 19 18.60 9.50 169 12.07 -18.4RittrPh rs RTTR ... ... ... 5.50 1.55 30 1.87 -43.2RivrvwBcp RVSB .14f 1.5 17 9.99 7.83 20 9.14 +5.4RivrviewF n RIVE ... ... ... 14.55 13.10 0 13.80 +2.6RocktPh n RCKT ... ... ... 25.96 6.12 326 24.77 +137.3RockwllM RMTI ... ... ...dd 8.70 3.62 89 4.19 -28.0RockyBr RCKY .48 1.7 18 33.45 13.10 40 27.80 +47.1RkyMChoc RMCF .48 4.6 11 12.60 10.06 5 10.35 -12.2Roku n ROKU ... ... ...dd 74.25 15.75 3883 73.07 +41.1Rosehill n ROSE ... ... ... 10.84 5.75 204 7.20 -8.4Rosehill wt ROSEW ... ... ... 1.57 .79 1.12 +13.1Rosehill un ROSEU ... ... ... 11.26 6.50 9.50 -15.6sRossStrs s ROST .90 .9 25 98.70 62.34 3677 97.29 +21.2RoyGld RGLD 1.00 1.3 ...dd 98.53 71.91 631 77.76 -5.3Rubicon rs RBCN ... ... ... 9.46 6.76 3 8.74 +9.6RubiusTh n RUBY ... ... ... 33.01 19.67 129 23.15 -4.5RmblOn B n RMBL ... ... ... 10.98 3.53 124 9.78 +88.3RushEntA RUSHA .12p ... 26 55.40 37.95 139 41.67 -18.0RushEntB RUSHB .12p ... 33 52.76 36.61 3 42.61 -11.6RuthsHosp RUTH .44 1.4 29 33.95 19.45 193 30.60 +41.3Ryanair RYAAY 1.55e 1.6 ... 127.61 94.25 233 96.71 -7.2S -:S&T Bcp STBA 1.00 2.2 20 47.77 37.79 55 44.77 +12.5S&WSeed SANW ... ... ...dd 4.40 2.55 59 2.70 -30.8SB FinGp SBFG .32 1.6 14 20.51 16.54 1 20.40 +10.3SB FnGp pf SBFGP .65 3.2 ... 21.10 16.00 20.08 +12.2SB OneBc SBBX .30f 1.1 21 32.85 23.60 31 26.25 -2.2SBA Com SBAC ... ... ...cc 177.67 140.62 598 159.44 -2.4SEI Inv SEIC .60f 1.0 21 78.35 58.15 1049 62.17 -13.5SelasLf rs SLS ... ... ... 13.47 .80 724 1.17 -85.1SG Blck n SGBX ... ... ... 7.00 3.01 70 4.18 -30.1SGOCO rs SGOC ... ... ... 2.29 .90 123 1.00 -5.7SI Fincl SIFI .24 1.7 14 15.70 13.60 11 13.80 -6.1SIGA Tc n SIGA ... ... ... 8.47 5.61 257 7.16 +21.2SLM Cp SLM ... ... 17 12.46 9.65 2383 11.81 +4.5SLM Cp pfB SLMBP 3.32e 4.8 ... 73.00 62.47 69.20 +.7SmartGlb n SGH ... ... 6 56.69 20.29 257 29.72 -11.8SMTC hg SMTX ... ... ... 3.18 1.29 10 2.66 +40.7SORL SORL ... ... 3 8.45 3.70 81 4.21 -37.4SP Plus SP ... ... 23 41.70 32.15 95 39.00 +5.1SPAR Gp h SGRP ... ... ... 3.75 .90 239 1.17 -4.9SpdDorWrF DWFI ... ... ... 25.87 23.22 8 23.52 -7.0SPI Eng rs SPI ... ... ... 2.61 .25 595 .31 -50.9SPS Cmce SPSC ... ... ...cc 100.68 45.02 173 95.75 +97.1SS&C Tch s SSNC .32f .6 35 60.97 38.48 1542 55.25 +36.5SSLJ.cm n SSLJ ... ... ... 5.75 .50 20 .55 -84.3SSR Mng g SSRM ... ... 20 11.44 7.64 748 9.01 +2.5SVB FnGp SIVB ... ... 27 333.74 178.61 268 320.83 +37.2SabanCap n SCAC ... ... ... 10.18 9.84 10.13 +2.2SabanC wt SCACW ... ... ... 1.35 .99 1.26 +2.4Saban un SCACU ... ... ... 11.65 10.25 10.60 +.8SabraHltc SBRA 1.87e 8.2 11 23.83 15.78 926 22.85 +21.7SabreCorp SABR .56 2.2 30 26.78 17.79 1130 25.83 +26.0SAExplr rs SAEX ... ... ... 73.80 5.40 4055 28.71 -34.8SaftyInsGr SAFT 3.20 3.5 23 99.70 70.45 38 90.80 +12.9 SagaComm SGA 1.20 3.4 4 46.80 35.05 6 35.80 -11.5SageThera SAGE ... ... ...dd 195.97 59.57 333 142.63 -13.4Saia Inc SAIA ... ... 37 87.05 55.16 247 77.00 +8.8SalemMda SALM .26 6.7 14 6.75 3.10 38 3.90 -13.3SalisbryBc SAL 1.12 2.7 16 51.80 34.65 1 42.00 -5.9SanderFm SAFM 1.28 1.3 8 176.43 95.97 633 101.35 -27.0SndySpr SASR 1.12 2.8 18 43.87 36.41 169 39.43 +1.1Sanlp JBSS .55a .8 24 79.37 54.32 60 71.60 +13.2SangTher SGMO ... ... ...dd 27.50 11.30 1317 16.05 -2.1Sanmina SANM ... ... 17 39.40 24.60 226 29.25 -11.4Sano rt GCVRZ ... ... ... .60 .34 109 .54 +42.1Sapiens SPNS .80 7.2 56 14.30 8.01 11.16 -3.1SareptaTh SRPT ... ... ...dd 176.50 42.97 1056 153.10 +175.2Savara rs SVRA ... ... ...dd 17.19 7.85 82 11.12 -25.1scPhrma n SCPH ... ... ...dd 18.17 4.10 20 5.25 -56.6ScanSource SCSC ... ... 14 45.35 31.40 54 39.90 +11.5Schmitt h SMIT ... ... ...dd 4.47 1.74 5 2.85 +4.0Schnitzer SCHN .75 2.8 7 38.85 25.00 367 27.10 -19.1ScholRck n SRRK ... ... ...dd 27.02 13.09 65 24.14 +55.7Scholastc SCHL .60 1.4 ...dd 47.77 33.85 97 43.09 +7.4SciGames SGMS ... ... ...dd 62.80 24.35 1222 26.25 -48.8ScrippsEW SSP .20 1.2 52 19.26 10.69 506 16.16 +3.4Scynexis SCYX ... ... ...dd 2.50 1.05 288 1.23 -47.0SeaChange SEAC ... ... ... 4.03 1.38 688 1.96 -50.1SeacstBkg SBCF ... ... 23 34.95 22.42 152 29.73 +17.9SeagateT STX 2.52 5.1 13 62.70 32.41 2823 49.15 +17.5SeanrgM rs SHIP ... ... ...dd 1.66 .70 80 .89 -14.4Seanrgy wtA SHIPW ... ... ... .35 .06 .22 +6.8SearsHldgs SHLD ... ... ...dd 7.78 1.07 3469 1.24 -65.4SearsH wt SHLDW ... ... ... 2.30 .23 .45 +28.6SearsH&O SHOS ... ... ...dd 3.95 1.38 26 3.30 +26.9SeaSpine n SPNE ... ... ...dd 16.51 8.76 31 15.71 +55.2SeattGen SGEN ... ... ...dd 79.34 47.75 929 78.53 +46.8SecndSight EYES ... ... ...dd 2.58 1.05 194 1.85 -3.1ScndSght wt EYESW ... ... ... 1.02 .29 .79 -6.5Secoo n SECO ... ... ... 15.48 6.61 119 12.85 +33.0SecWkA A n SCWX ... ... ...dd 15.88 7.83 96 13.76 +55.1SecNtl lf SNFCA .23t ... 3 5.90 4.05 13 5.40 +8.0SelectBc lf SLCT ... ... 20 14.25 11.39 66 12.50 -1.1SelIncREIT SIR 2.04 9.5 19 26.26 17.90 588 21.46 -14.6tSelIntCon n SIC ... ... ... 13.00 10.10 82 9.79 -22.6SelectaB n SELB ... ... ... 24.02 7.95 191 16.00 +63.1SelectvIns SIGI .72 1.2 21 65.93 51.68 215 62.50 +6.5SmLEDS rs LEDS ... ... ...dd 10.49 1.84 312 4.52 +21.2Semtech SMTC ... ... 70 60.55 31.30 486 56.90 +66.4SenecaB SENEB ... ... ...dd 35.95 27.00 31.90 -6.2SenecaA SENEA ... ... ...dd 36.60 25.45 14 31.70 +3.1SenesTc n SNES ... ... ...dd 3.87 .30 391 .83 +15.8SenHous SNH 1.56 8.9 11 19.98 14.86 1077 17.56 -8.3SenHous 42 SNHNI 1.41 5.8 ... 25.67 22.48 17 24.35 -3.6SenHous 46 SNHNL 1.56 5.9 ... 27.29 24.97 7 26.28 -2.2Senmiao n AIHS ... ... ... 8.91 3.75 4 5.29 -6.4Senomyx SNMX ... ... ...dd 1.71 .60 470 1.49 +14.6SensusHlt n SRTS ... ... ... 8.88 4.31 128 7.62 +47.7SensusHl wt SRTSW ... ... ... 3.00 .50 .67 -4.3SentEn n STNL ... ... ... 10.14 9.60 0 9.90 +1.5SentEn wt STNLW ... ... ... .85 .61 .83 +33.9SentEn un STNLU ... ... ... 10.98 8.03 10.24 +2.7SeqentialB SQBG ... ... ...dd 3.03 1.36 95 1.74 -2.2SeresTh n MCRB ... ... ...dd 17.40 6.65 189 7.92 -21.9SvcSource SREV ... ... ...dd 4.47 2.61 537 2.88 -6.8ServiFst s SFBS .44 1.1 19 44.95 35.35 113 40.03 -3.5SesenBio SESN ... ... ...dd 3.50 .62 844 2.09 +157.7SevStars h SSC ... ... ...dd 7.00 1.41 466 4.42 -4.1SevernBc SVBI .12 1.2 44 9.75 6.70 10 9.65 +33.0SharingE rs SEII ... ... 40 12.40 2.10 7 3.19 -57.9Sharps SMED ... ... ...dd 5.15 3.14 19 3.51 -14.2SharpSprg SHSP ... ... ...dd 14.87 3.25 89 13.46 +205.6ShndTele s SHEN .26f .7 ... 41.80 29.93 89 37.55 +11.1ShiftPixy n PIXY ... ... ... 6.35 2.00 129 3.84 +33.3Shiloh SHLO ... ... 14 12.28 6.45 109 11.47 +39.9Shineco n TYHT ... ... ... 4.60 .83 129 1.04 -54.8Shire SHPG 1.06e .6 91 181.41 123.73 972 177.38 +14.4ShoeCarnvl SCVL .32 .8 27 45.00 17.94 175 39.64 +48.2ShoreBcsh SHBI .32 1.8 18 20.09 15.74 11 18.16 +8.7ShotSpot n SSTI ... ... ... 66.14 11.36 146 62.53 +345.1Shuttery SFLY ... ... ...cc 100.34 39.76 415 69.05 +38.8SiebertFn SIEB .10a .7 ...dd 21.61 3.60 30 13.65 +1.1SiennaBi n SNNA ... ... ... 26.00 12.77 45 15.01 -17.3Sientra SIEN ... ... ...dd 26.79 8.79 160 23.98 +70.6SierraBc BSRR .64 2.2 17 31.19 24.32 40 29.76 +12.0SierOnc g n SRRA ... ... ...dd 4.09 1.53 216 1.85 -50.4SierraWr SWIR ... ... 20 23.50 15.10 147 20.75 +1.5SifyTech SIFY .02e 1.1 ... 2.10 .69 29 1.60 +56.3SigmaL wt SGLBW ... ... ... .88 .16 .35 -27.3SigmaL hn SGLB ... ... ... 4.48 .73 34 1.08 -49.8Sigmatr SGMA ... ... 11 11.61 5.26 5 5.96 -41.1SignatBk SBNY .56p ... ... 161.92 108.89 549 114.69 -16.4SignatB wt SBNYW ... ... ... 110.47 93.85 110.08 +1.9SilganHld s SLGN .40 1.4 17 31.05 26.18 300 28.53 -2.9SilcLtd SILC 1.00 2.5 18 77.95 32.00 37 39.43 -43.8SilcnLab SLAB ... ... 87 110.70 77.55 215 94.95 +7.5SilicnMotn SIMO 1.20 2.2 20 61.85 42.57 205 54.18 +2.3SilvrSun n SSNT .06e ... ...cc 4.84 2.90 0 3.65 -13.7Silvercrest SAMG .56 3.8 21 18.27 12.95 9 14.90 -7.2SimmnsFst s SFNC .60 2.0 19 33.45 26.78 277 30.70 +7.5SimplyGd n SMPL ... ... ... 18.60 11.01 1492 18.17 +27.4SimplyG wt SMPLW ... ... ... 4.30 1.86 3.80 -2.3Simulations SLP .24 1.2 42 23.95 14.25 76 20.20 +25.5Sina SINA ... ... 32 124.60 63.20 557 68.54 -31.7Sinclair SBGI .72 2.6 12 40.15 25.13 895 28.15 -25.6SinoGlobl SINO ... ... ...dd 3.77 1.04 53 1.09 -57.4Sinovac h SVA ... ... ...dd 8.75 6.06 19 7.55 -4.2SiriusXM SIRI .04 .7 35 7.70 5.17 111398 6.26 +16.8SitoMobl rs SITO ... ... ...dd 8.60 1.37 61 2.06 -69.3SkySolar SKYS ... ... ...dd 2.43 .70 8 1.00 -33.3SkyWest SKYW .40 .7 16 65.80 41.90 332 57.75 +8.8SkywksSol SWKS 1.52f 1.6 19 117.65 83.05 1779 93.18 -1.9SleepNmbr SNBR ... ... 26 40.72 26.22 257 36.22 -3.6SmartFn rs SMBK ... ... 20 27.69 19.49 16 23.60 +8.8SmartSnd n SND ... ... ... 11.06 4.48 319 5.00 -42.3SmthM hrs SMSI ... ... ...dd 3.41 1.05 139 2.84 SocilRltyA n SRAX ... ... ...dd 7.95 1.67 153 4.02 -28.8SocketM n SCKT ... ... ... 4.19 1.86 3 2.41 -32.7sSodaStrm SODA ... ... 50 143.20 59.76 158 143.25 +103.7Sohu.cm h SOHU ... ... ...dd 70.86 26.70 36.26 -16.4Sol-Gel n SLGL ... ... ... 12.23 6.03 4 7.25 -32.3SolarCap SLRC 1.64 7.6 12 22.55 19.70 40 21.62 +7.0SolarSCap SUNS 1.41 8.4 14 18.40 16.10 30 16.84 -5.2SolarEdg n SEDG ... ... 20 70.74 26.35 389 42.40 +12.9Soleno wt rs SLNOW ... ... ... .71 .05 .28 +89.7SolenoTh rs SLNO ... ... ... 3.60 1.32 9 2.15 +19.4SolidBio n SLDB ... ... ...dd 54.84 6.83 144 49.62 +119.4Solignx wt SNGXW ... ... ... .81 .40 .55 -32.0Soligenix n SNGX ... ... ... 3.70 .91 148 1.55 -30.2SonicCorp SONC .64 1.7 23 39.75 23.22 477 36.61 +33.2SonicFdry SOFO ... ... ...dd 3.87 1.51 6 1.70 -43.5tSonomaPh SNOA ... ... ...dd 5.92 1.46 33 1.46 -73.2Sonoma wt SNOAW ... ... ... .50 .27 .50 +20.7Sonos n SONO ... ... ... 23.60 13.13 1308 14.06 -29.4Sophiris SPHS ... ... ...dd 4.05 1.80 276 2.80 +23.3SorrentoTh SRNE ... ... 21 10.65 1.68 2415 4.25 +11.8SotherlyH SOHO .50f 6.9 56 7.62 5.81 39 7.27 +12.7SothrlyH pf SOHOB 2.00 7.8 ... 27.32 24.75 25.79 +.6SthrlyH pf C SOHOO 1.97 7.8 ... 25.98 24.50 3 25.26 -.4SouMoBc s SMBC .52f 1.3 17 41.49 33.05 8 38.72 +3.0SoundFin SFBC .56 1.4 23 40.87 32.10 2 40.03 +17.7SouthState SSB 1.36f 1.6 23 94.50 79.85 130 82.90 -4.9SthnFstBsh SFST ... ... 17 48.75 34.83 8 40.25 -2.4SoNatBcVa SONA .32 1.9 31 18.24 15.11 40 16.63 +3.7SsdeBTX SBSI 1.20 3.4 19 37.57 31.73 123 35.76 +6.2SparkEn s SPKE .72 9.0 ...dd 16.15 7.95 205 8.05 -35.1SparkEn pf SPKEP 2.19 9.0 ... 27.49 21.90 14 24.42 -8.2SparkTh n ONCE ... ... ...dd 96.59 41.06 435 56.03 +9.0SpartnMot SPAR .10 .7 27 19.45 10.80 106 15.25 -3.2SprtnNash SPTN .72 3.5 ...dd 27.72 16.32 89 20.55 -23.0SpectPh SPPI ... ... ...dd 25.29 9.55 7621 16.52 -12.8SperoTh n SPRO ... ... ... 19.00 9.29 63 10.95 -6.8Sphr3D grs ANY ... ... ... 3.95 .13 179 .24 -90.2Spherix rs SPEX ... ... ...dd 2.42 .95 43 1.04 -25.7SpirtTex n STXB ... ... 74 22.56 20.04 45 21.55 -1.4Splunk SPLK ... ... ...dd 130.00 62.39 2007 116.11 +40.2SpokHldgs SPOK .50 3.4 34 18.85 13.75 72 14.85 -5.1SportsWhs SPWH ... ... 12 6.99 3.66 245 5.95 -10.0SprBkPh n SBPH ... ... ...dd 18.93 10.81 52 11.96 -11.0SprottFoc FUND .61e 8.2 ...q 8.39 7.30 16 7.41 -6.4Sprouts SFM ... ... 29 29.67 17.55 2144 27.68 +13.7StaarSur STAA ... ... ... 54.00 11.50 703 48.15 +210.6Staff360 rs STAF ... ... ... 5.65 1.14 70 2.05 -34.9Stamps.cm STMP ... ... 26 285.75 160.00 232 227.20 +20.9Std AVB n STND ... ... ... 39.45 29.97 14 31.41 +1.2StarBulk rs SBLK ... ... ...dd 14.60 8.62 271 13.21 +17.3StrBlk22 n SBLKZ 2.08 8.1 ... 26.00 23.58 2 25.53 +.8StarsGp g TSG ... ... ... 38.95 19.65 862 24.95 +7.1Starbucks s SBUX 1.44f 2.5 26 61.94 47.37 10610 56.69 -1.3StatAutF STFC .40 1.3 ... 34.31 23.67 17 31.06 +6.7StateBkFn STBZ .80 2.6 19 35.99 27.08 223 30.69 +2.8StealthGas GASS ... ... 15 4.70 3.12 12 3.56 -18.3SteelCon STCN ... ... ... 2.90 1.49 15 2.14 -14.1StlDynam STLD .75 1.7 13 52.10 32.36 2403 45.45 +5.4SteinMart s SMRT .30 14.0 ...dd 4.04 .48 124 2.15 +85.3StellrAcq n STLR ... ... ... 11.00 10.00 1 10.51 +2.9StellAcq wt STLRW ... ... ... .40 .21 .39 +25.8StellAcq un STLRU ... ... ... 11.08 10.42 10.55 +1.0StemlineTh STML ... ... ...dd 20.55 10.20 134 17.10 +9.6Stericycle SRCL ... ... ...dd 76.73 56.64 434 60.55 -10.9tSterlBcp n SBT .04 .3 ... 14.98 10.95 87 11.95 -5.9SterlCons STRL ... ... 19 18.90 10.74 133 14.28 -12.3SMadden SHOO .80 ... 25 58.95 37.25 665 55.65 +19.2Stewrdshp SSFN .12 1.1 14 12.75 9.30 2 10.80 +5.4StitchFix n SFIX ... ... ... 52.45 14.48 3148 41.33 +60.0StockYBc s SYBT 1.00f 2.8 18 41.90 34.00 31 36.35 -3.6StoneCastle BANX 1.52 6.9 17 24.92 20.00 14 22.12 +9.9sStrataS rs SSKN ... ... ...dd 3.85 1.06 322 3.67 +198.4Stratasys SSYS ... ... ...dd 26.17 17.17 241 23.27 +16.6StratEdu STRA 2.00f 1.5 41 138.97 80.75 81 137.48 +53.5Strattec STRT .56 1.6 19 49.20 29.70 3 33.95 -22.0StratusPrp STRS 1.00e ... 54 35.90 27.25 10 30.95 +4.2StreamHlth STRM ... ... ... 2.82 1.00 5 1.30 -23.1StrgbrBio n SBBP ... ... ... 9.25 3.85 116 4.25 -41.4SummerInf SUMR ... ... ...dd 2.00 .72 174 1.58 +5.3SumFWV SMMF .52 2.2 12 28.16 21.78 18 23.55 -10.5SmtStB s SSBI .48 3.1 22 16.10 12.14 1 15.55 +23.4SumTher n SMMT ... ... ... 15.90 1.94 70 2.21 -80.1SumtWire n WISA ... ... ... 5.00 3.56 4.62 -1.7SunHydrl SNHY .36 .6 50 70.83 45.44 137 56.89 -12.1SundEng n SNDE ... ... ... 9.59 3.83 11 5.50 -7.4SunesisP rs SNSS ... ... ...dd 7.69 1.80 234 2.06 -44.2SunOpta STKL ... ... ...dd 9.65 6.27 325 7.55 -2.6SunPower SPWR ... ... ...dd 10.00 6.36 1723 7.78 -7.7Sunrun n RUN ... ... 11 16.45 5.08 1561 12.51 +112.0Sunworks n SUNW ... ... ... 1.88 .52 134 .54 -48.7SuperCom SPCB ... ... ...dd 4.95 1.53 51 1.79 -54.1SupTech rs SCONW ... ... ... 14.90 1.47 28 1.77 -83.8SupGpCos s SGC .40f 2.0 18 28.85 18.00 16 19.82 -25.8Supernus SUPN ... ... 31 61.25 33.30 401 49.50 +24.2supprt.cm rs SPRT ... ... ...dd 3.15 2.22 90 2.93 +21.1SurfaceOn n SURF ... ... ... 18.18 8.64 160 10.42 -21.8SurgPtrs n SGRY ... ... ...dd 19.95 7.10 192 15.45 +27.7Surmodic SRDX ... ... ...cc 82.35 25.00 108 74.00 +164.3SykesEnt SYKE ... ... 57 32.15 25.90 79 30.79 -2.1Symantec lf SYMC .30 1.4 10 33.92 17.81 22523 21.69 -22.7Synacor SYNC ... ... ...dd 2.85 1.35 33 1.75 -23.9Synalloy SYNL .13m .6 ...dd 24.80 11.05 17 23.50 +75.4Synaptics SYNA ... ... ...dd 55.25 33.73 337 47.51 +19.0SyndaxP n SNDX ... ... ...dd 15.20 6.10 565 7.23 -17.5SyneosH h SYNH ... ... ...dd 59.45 31.10 484 49.25 +13.0SynrgyPh SGYP ... ... ...dd 3.57 1.43 3756 1.70 -23.8Synlogic rs SYBX ... ... ...dd 22.40 7.27 117 13.10 +35.1Synopsys SNPS ... ... 49 103.40 79.00 1258 99.42 +16.6Syntel SYNT 15.00e ... 20 41.05 18.76 732 40.95 +78.1Synthes rs SES ... ... ... 4.64 2.00 12 2.40 -15.5Sypris SYPR .08 6.0 ...dd 1.90 1.25 22 1.34 -2.9SyrosPhar n SYRS ... ... ... 17.62 6.30 58 12.67 +30.2T -:T-MobileUS 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TAT Tch h TATT .34e 5.0 16 11.65 6.40 1 6.85 -34.8TCG BDC n CGBD 1.48a 8.7 12 20.30 16.73 61 17.07 -14.8TD Ameritr AMTD .84 1.5 27 63.01 46.54 2103 54.88 +7.3TDH Hld n PETZ ... ... ... 31.75 1.48 12 1.72 -69.5TESSCO TESS .80 5.2 30 24.85 12.35 27 15.45 -23.3TFS Fncl TFSL 1.00f 6.5 51 16.62 14.32 221 15.44 +3.3TG Thera TGTX ... ... ...dd 17.35 7.25 1523 9.25 +12.8THL Credit TCRD 1.08 13.2 8q 9.67 7.70 99 8.16 -9.8TKK Sym n TKKS ... ... ... 9.55 9.50 915 9.52 TKK Sy un TKKSU ... ... ... 10.20 10.00 53 10.09 +.5TKK Sym rt TKKSR ... ... ... .53 .35 4 .41 -2.4TMSR Gl s TMSR ... ... 73 10.32 1.84 52 3.30 -33.7TOP Shi rs TOPS ... ... ... 35.50 .69 1226 1.12 -55.4TPI Co n TPIC ... ... ... 32.22 16.35 400 28.71 +40.3TSR Inc TSRI ... ... 40 9.40 3.95 1 7.20 +38.5TTEC Hl TTEC .54f 2.0 26 43.75 23.50 181 27.25 -32.3TTM Tch TTMI ... ... 39 19.91 13.72 652 17.32 +10.5Tabula n TRHC ... ... ...dd 91.16 24.24 284 80.41 +186.7TactSys n TCMD ... ... ...cc 72.41 22.72 170 65.41 +125.7Taitron h TAIT .10 5.2 ...dd 2.89 1.22 73 1.92 +14.3TakeTwo TTWO ... ... ...dd 138.65 92.81 1421 134.88 +22.9Talend n TLND ... ... ...dd 71.63 35.46 318 70.31 +87.6TandmD rs TNDM ... ... ...dd 52.55 2.14 3082 44.53 +1786.9TandyLthr TLF ... ... 11 8.45 6.79 9 7.57 -2.3Tantech n TANH ... ... ... 4.46 1.10 294 1.62 -37.2Taoping h TAOP ... ... ...dd 5.20 1.10 168 1.30 -12.2Tapimmu n TPIV ... ... ... 13.55 2.58 225 9.63 +145.7Tarena TEDU .28e 3.3 ...dd 15.97 7.11 50 8.46 -43.6TaylrDv TAYD ... ... 26 15.14 9.70 0 11.90 -11.3TechData h TECD ... ... 24 108.62 70.70 264 73.18 -25.3TechComm TCCO ... ... ...dd 15.40 3.70 13 4.75 -58.5TechTarg TTGT ... ... ... 34.47 11.61 432 19.76 +42.0Tecnoglass TGLS .56 5.9 23 10.29 6.67 59 9.47 +28.8Tecogen TGEN ... ... ... 4.20 2.05 23 3.03 +12.2Telenav TNAV ... ... ...dd 6.85 4.50 35 5.08 -7.7Teligent TLGT ... ... ...dd 7.34 2.43 150 3.82 +5.2Tellurian rs TELL ... ... ...dd 13.74 6.45 1132 9.14 -6.2sTenable n TENB ... ... ... 38.46 29.10 552 37.17 +22.9TenaxTh rs TENX ... ... ... 12.63 4.41 5 5.31 -45.8TenzAcq un TZACU ... ... ... 10.44 10.01 1 10.10 +.7TerrFmP lf TERP 2.13e 18.2 ... 14.20 9.55 404 11.68 -2.3TerritBcp TBNK .88f 3.0 15 33.00 29.03 7 29.50 -4.4Tesaro TSRO ... ... ...dd 129.64 25.62 844 36.43 -56.0Tesla Inc TSLA ... ... ...dd 387.46 244.59 4834 299.68 -3.7TetraTc TTEK .48 .7 28 72.20 44.15 229 69.10 +43.5Tetraphase TTPH ... ... ...dd 7.98 2.05 568 2.92 -53.7TexCapB 42 TCBIL 1.63 6.3 ... 26.26 25.00 4 25.70 +1.7TexCapB pf TCBIP 1.63 6.4 ... 25.83 25.00 3 25.30 -1.0TxCapBsh TCBI ... ... 17 103.05 77.65 398 86.50 -2.7TxCapB wt TCBIW ... ... ... 71.00 67.14 68.26 TexInst TXN 3.08f 2.8 28 120.75 86.92 3396 109.80 +5.1TexRdhse TXRH 1.00 1.5 31 75.24 47.51 1276 68.47 +30.0The9Ltd rs NCTY ... ... ... 5.04 .83 308 1.98 +3.1TherapMD TXMD ... ... ...dd 7.66 4.34 2161 6.70 +10.9TherpxBio n TRPX ... ... ... 7.69 3.00 74 4.50 -15.7TheravBio TBPH ... ... ...dd 35.90 21.27 191 29.01 +4.0TheStreet TST .10 4.7 4 2.50 .87 40 2.15 +48.31347PrpIns PIH ... ... 41 8.25 6.10 4 6.55 -9.71347PrIn pf PIHPP 2.00 7.9 ... 28.00 24.15 25.16 +3.13PEA Int n TPNL ... ... ... 5.33 2.63 246 4.54 +24.4ThundBr n TBRG ... ... ... 9.77 9.60 9.70 +.5ThundBr un TBRGU ... ... ... 10.20 9.97 10.13 +.8TiberAcq n TIBR ... ... ... 9.75 9.55 40 9.67 +1.0TiberAc un TIBRU ... ... ... 10.28 10.00 96 10.25 +2.3TileShop TTS .20 ... 42 15.10 5.15 220 7.60 -20.8Tilray n TLRY ... ... ... 300.00 20.10 12153 99.50 +344.4TmbrlndBc TSBK .52a 1.6 17 39.45 25.50 10 32.23 +21.4Tiptree TIPT .14 2.1 20 7.24 5.35 61 6.60 +10.9TitanMach TITN ... ... ...dd 25.09 13.66 275 16.98 -19.8TitanPh rs TTNP ... ... ... 2.85 .22 9815 .22 -83.4TivityHlth TVTY ... ... 18 48.50 29.95 333 33.60 -8.1Tivo Cp TIVO .72 5.5 ...cc 20.18 11.30 634 13.15 -15.7Tocagen n TOCA ... ... ... 14.66 7.52 243 13.76 +34.2TonixPh rs TNXP ... ... ...dd 5.11 .60 151 .65 -81.1TopImage TISA ... ... ...dd 1.75 .91 4 .96 -15.8Torchlght TRCH ... ... ...dd 1.51 .86 132 1.00 -25.4TottenAc n TOTA ... ... ... 9.99 9.63 53 9.67 +.2TottenA rt TOTAR ... ... ... .41 .36 .39 +2.6TottenAc un TOTAU ... ... ... 11.51 10.12 3 10.75 +6.1TowerSemi TSEM ... ... 12 36.69 19.26 401 22.49 -34.0TownSprts CLUB ... ... ...dd 14.85 5.00 146 8.60 +55.0TowneBank TOWN .64 2.0 ... 35.30 27.85 105 31.40 +2.1TraconPh n TCON ... ... ...dd 3.91 1.90 66 2.15 -35.8TractSupp TSCO 1.24 1.4 27 91.92 54.76 1157 90.55 +21.1TradDsk A n TTD ... ... ... 151.76 40.70 925 139.34 +204.7TrnWEnt TWMC ... ... 3 2.60 .65 3 .96 -47.6TransAct TACT .36 2.4 34 15.80 8.80 11 14.70 +10.9Transcat TRNS ... ... 33 25.35 12.00 17 22.10 +55.1TransGlb TGA .14 4.1 ...dd 4.13 1.21 460 3.44 +139.1TranslBio n TBIO ... ... ... 16.60 9.21 123 9.93 -13.8TravelCtrs TA ... ... ...dd 6.10 3.05 103 5.45 +32.9TravCtrs 28 TANNI 2.06 8.2 ... 26.85 22.17 10 25.02 -.9TravelC 29 TANNL 2.00 8.1 ... 25.27 22.74 15 24.65 -2.2Travelct 30 TANNZ 2.00 8.0 ... 25.55 21.60 21 24.95 -.2Travelzoo TZOO ... ... 41 21.15 5.75 55 11.05 +71.3TrmntMtg n TRMT ... ... ...dd 17.28 11.10 5 11.89 -19.1Trevena TRVN ... ... ...dd 2.88 1.34 5910 1.95 +21.9Tricida n TCDA ... ... ... 40.10 21.87 288 33.81 +30.0TriCoBsh TCBK .68 1.8 22 43.80 35.09 84 38.49 +1.7TridntAcq n TDAC ... ... ... 9.85 9.72 500 9.80 +.5TridntAcq un TDACU ... ... ... 10.20 10.00 5 10.17 +1.4TrilliumTh TRIL ... ... ... 13.30 4.80 104 6.20 -14.5TriMas h TRS ... ... 23 31.80 22.70 99 31.10 +16.3Trimble TRMB ... ... 59 45.70 32.01 1497 42.60 +4.8TrinityBio TRIB .88 21.9 4 6.54 3.76 155 4.01 -21.4TrinMrg n TMCX ... ... ... 9.86 9.71 810 9.82 +.6TrinMrg un TMCXU ... ... ... 10.30 10.00 10.25 +2.4TripAdvis TRIP ... ... ...cc 62.36 29.50 1835 51.13 +48.4TriStCap TSC ... ... 17 30.10 21.90 108 27.95 +21.5TriStCap pf TSCAP 1.69 6.5 ... 26.86 25.75 2 26.19 +1.1TriumphBc TBK ... ... 23 44.70 28.46 323 41.80 +32.7Trivago n TRVG ... ... ... 11.63 4.01 766 5.90 -13.7Tronc TRNC ... ... ...cc 24.74 13.13 85 16.52 -6.1Trovagn rsh TROV ... ... ... 12.96 .65 269 .81 -78.1TrueCar TRUE ... ... ...dd 16.45 8.75 507 13.95 +24.6TruettHrst THST ... ... ...dd 3.19 1.26 32 1.94 -6.3Trupanion TRUP ... ... ...dd 46.70 23.64 299 35.18 +20.2TrstNY TRST .27f 3.2 15 9.70 8.25 249 8.50 -7.6Trustmk TRMK .92 2.7 17 36.32 29.78 290 34.54 +8.4T2 Biosys TTOO ... ... ...dd 9.98 3.60 227 6.32 +53.4Tucows grs TCX ... ... 43 71.75 49.80 44 55.60 -20.6TuesMrn TUES ... ... ...dd 4.10 2.38 164 3.15 +14.5Tuniu TOUR ... ... ...dd 9.88 5.81 65 7.26 -5.3TurtleBc rs HEAR ... ... ... 34.50 1.64 913 20.27 +1018.7 TwlSeas n TWLV ... ... ... 9.94 9.50 9.58 +.5TwlSeas wt TWLVW ... ... ... TwlSeas un TWLVU ... ... ... 10.35 10.18 10.30 +.9TwlSeas rt TWLVR ... ... ... .45 .35 .41 +17.121stCFoxA FOXA .36 .8 21 50.15 24.81 22270 45.01 +30.421stCFoxB FOX .36 .8 19 49.65 24.30 3743 44.65 +30.921Vianet VNET ... ... 39 11.54 5.01 379 10.04 +25.8TwinDisc lf TWIN .36 1.6 62 31.95 17.79 99 23.03 -13.3TwoRvrBc TRCB .22f 1.3 20 20.75 16.51 8 17.30 -4.62U TWOU ... ... ...dd 98.58 51.54 506 77.01 +19.4TymeTch n TYME ... ... ... 8.30 2.01 107 2.47 -61.3U -:US AutoPts PRTS ... ... 3 3.14 1.08 22 1.63 -35.3US Concrte USCR ... ... 33 86.35 44.00 368 50.05 -40.2US Gld rs USAU .21e ... ... 3.27 .97 56 1.05 -35.6UFP Tch UFPT ... ... 27 37.25 26.00 6 36.30 +30.6UMB Fn UMBF 1.16 1.6 19 82.14 68.76 196 72.70 +1.1USEcology ECOL .72 1.0 43 77.15 44.50 48 75.70 +48.4USGlobInv GROW .03 1.8 41 7.49 1.41 67 1.64 -57.9USA Tc pf USATP ... ... ... 27.82 20.75 0 22.00 -12.5USA Tech h USAT ... ... ... 16.83 5.45 1557 8.30 -14.9USA Trk USAK ... ... ...cc 29.15 12.14 78 20.09 +10.8UTStarcm UTSI ... ... 26 6.51 2.24 27 3.89 -30.9Ubiquiti UBNT .25 .2 27 100.48 49.40 430 98.40 +38.6UltaBeauty ULTA ... ... 29 290.30 187.96 848 280.99 +25.6UltimSoft ULTI ... ... ...cc 332.44 181.59 223 318.18 +45.8UltraClean UCTT ... ... 6 34.59 12.75 407 13.68 -40.8UltPetro n UPL ... ... ... 10.18 .92 4715 1.24 -86.3sUltragenyx RARE ... ... ...dd 88.41 41.67 402 88.64 +91.1Ultralife ULBI ... ... 25 10.95 5.80 8 8.90 +35.9Umpqua UMPQ .84 3.9 16 24.89 18.93 726 21.58 +3.8UniQure QURE ... ... ... 43.23 8.66 384 40.29 +105.7UnicoA UNAM ... ... ...dd 10.20 6.80 7.10 -17.0UnionBkVA UBSH .92f 2.3 22 42.74 31.77 239 39.59 +9.5UnionBkVT UNB 1.20 2.3 26 55.00 45.05 3 53.15 +.4UnBnOH UBCP .52 3.9 19 14.00 11.65 3 13.19 -.5UtdBOH UBOH .48 2.0 13 24.00 20.35 23.45 +5.6UBSI UBSI 1.36 3.6 22 39.95 33.40 324 37.40 +7.6UtdCmBks UCBI .60f 2.1 17 34.18 25.71 858 28.76 +2.2UCmntyFn UCFC .28f 2.9 16 11.98 8.66 105 9.77 +7.0UtdContl UAL ... ... 13 91.39 56.51 3535 87.84 +30.3UtdFnBcp UBNK .48 2.8 15 19.35 15.47 76 17.08 -3.2UtdFire UFCS 1.24 2.4 32 61.56 38.95 71 50.98 +11.8UtdInsur UIHC .24 1.2 ...dd 22.23 15.30 51 20.81 +20.6UtdNtrlF UNFI ... ... 9 52.69 28.25 1655 31.84 -35.4USecBcCA UBFO .36 3.2 24 11.65 8.82 5 11.15 +1.4US Engy rs USEG ... ... ...dd 1.96 .71 245 1.04 -30.7USLime USLM .54 .7 23 101.40 70.56 27 78.23 +1.5UtdTherap UTHR ... ... 8 152.55 100.57 212 125.32 -15.3UtdGrdian UG 1.50e 9.2 24 21.33 15.00 5 16.25 -12.2UnitGrp UNIT 2.40 11.6 53 23.42 13.81 1727 20.70 +16.4UnityBcp UNTY .28 1.2 15 25.50 18.60 21 23.75 +20.3UnityBio n UBX ... ... ... 24.56 12.75 168 15.97 -4.1UnivDisp OLED .24 .2 74 209.00 78.75 727 121.65 -29.5UnvElc UEIC ... ... 14 67.44 26.97 62 40.25 -14.8UnivFor s UFPI .35e 1.0 15 39.58 31.16 166 35.14 -6.6UnvLogist ULH .42 1.2 27 37.68 19.35 52 36.30 +52.8UnvStainls USAP ... ... 61 31.20 18.53 68 26.86 +25.4UnivstPa UVSP .80 3.0 16 32.35 26.61 90 26.90 -4.1UnumTh n UMRX ... ... ...dd 17.66 10.15 87 12.56 +13.1UplandSoft UPLD ... ... ...dd 38.30 18.52 157 32.86 +51.7UrbanOne UONE ... ... ...dd 4.85 1.40 1 2.28 +23.1UrbanOnD UONEK ... ... ... 2.40 1.35 15 2.10 +20.0UrbanOut URBN ... ... 21 52.50 21.76 2592 40.37 +15.1UrogenP n URGN ... ... ... 69.57 25.56 43 49.02 +31.7UtahMed UTMD 1.08 1.1 ... 117.65 72.78 20 94.15 +15.7Uxin Ltd n UXIN ... ... ... 10.49 4.88 948 5.86 -39.4V -:VBI Vac n VBIV ... ... ... 5.10 1.68 79 1.89 -55.7VEON VEON .29e 10.0 ... 4.23 2.20 1311 2.91 -24.2VOXX Intl VOXX ... ... 5 8.85 4.64 50 5.15 -8.0tVSE Corp s VSEC .32f 1.0 12 59.90 33.55 19 33.25 -31.3tVaccinex n VCNX ... ... ... 12.00 8.18 19 7.68 -32.5Valerits hn VLRX ... ... ... 6.79 .85 286 .92 -67.9ValueLine VALU .76 3.1 23 26.94 16.64 1 24.88 +28.6VanE GenD GNRX ... ... ...q 64.65 54.44 8 64.05 +8.0VanE VecBi BBH ... ... ...q 136.76 111.36 6 133.40 +7.1VandaPhm VNDA ... ... ...dd 23.35 11.90 436 20.45 +34.5VangIntHi VYMI 2.17e 3.4 ... 72.32 60.88 41 63.53 -5.2VangIntDiv VIGI 1.15e 1.8 ... 70.39 62.15 35 64.56 -2.6VangEMGv VWOB 3.54 4.7 ...q 81.18 74.31 69 75.44 -6.0V exUSRE VNQI 2.86e 5.0 ...q 65.20 55.62 349 57.04 -5.7VanShTTr VGSH 1.20a 2.0 ...q 60.78 59.66 198 59.69 -1.0VanSTCpB VCSH 2.08 2.7 ...q 80.19 77.84 739 78.05 -1.6VanTotBd n VTC 3.05 3.8 ... 88.99 80.51 15 80.87 -4.9VangR3K VTHR 2.17e 1.6 ...q 135.39 114.65 6 134.47 +9.5VanR2KGr VTWG .82e .5 ...q 160.14 125.88 7 156.70 +15.7VanR2KV VTWV 1.88e 1.6 ...q 119.55 101.33 3 116.95 +6.7VangR2K VTWO 1.50e 1.1 ...q 139.27 114.42 123 136.37 +11.5VanR1KGr VONG 1.65e 1.0 ...q 160.45 126.56 51 159.48 +15.5VanIntTTr VGIT 1.41 2.3 ...q 64.95 61.81 90 62.01 -3.0VanR1KV VONV 2.49e 2.2 ...q 114.79 101.46 47 112.49 +3.6VangR1K VONE 2.28e 1.7 ...q 135.26 114.35 188 134.21 +9.6VanMtgBSc VMBS 1.44 2.8 ...q 52.95 50.79 353 50.89 -3.0VanLTCpB VCLT 3.69 4.2 ...q 96.52 86.70 114 87.36 -8.8VanLTTrs VGLT 2.09 2.9 ...q 79.00 71.47 38 71.86 -7.9VanIntCpB VCIT 2.97 3.6 ...q 88.28 82.81 1249 83.28 -4.7tVangSTIn VTIP 1.56e 3.2 ...q 49.65 48.52 588 48.32 -1.0VanTIntBd BNDX .61a 1.1 ...q 55.28 53.84 695 54.50 +.2VanTIntStk VXUS 1.54e 2.8 ...q 61.17 52.20 431 54.38 -4.3VantEng n VEAC ... ... ... 10.05 9.62 0 10.05 +3.4VantEng wt VEACW ... ... ... 1.45 1.08 1.19 -.8VantEn un VEACU ... ... ... 10.68 9.97 10.60 +4.0VarexImag VREX ... ... ... 43.76 27.31 200 29.50 -26.6Varonis VRNS ... ... ...dd 83.10 40.75 320 72.05 +48.4VascuBio VBLT ... ... ... 9.05 1.55 84 1.55 -78.2Vaxart rs VXRT ... ... ... 11.88 2.37 14 3.03 -51.3VectoIQ n VTIQ ... ... ... 9.65 9.51 1367 9.57 -.1VectoIQ un VTIQU ... ... ... 10.20 9.97 10.15 +1.5VeecoInst VECO ... ... ...dd 22.35 10.00 555 10.70 -27.9VBradley VRA ... ... 32 17.38 6.99 344 15.10 +24.0Veracyte VCYT ... ... ...dd 12.86 5.23 204 10.31 +57.9Verastem VSTM ... ... ...dd 10.35 2.77 4061 8.94 +191.0Vericel VCEL ... ... ...dd 14.80 3.30 599 14.80 +171.6VerintSys VRNT ... ... 82 52.45 37.10 475 49.40 +18.0Verisign VRSN ... ... 41 164.19 102.84 924 158.96 +38.9Verisk VRSK ... ... 42 122.80 81.49 599 120.06 +25.1Veritex VBTX ... ... 21 33.08 25.26 280 28.90 +4.7Veritone n VERI ... ... ... 74.92 10.00 126 10.62 -54.2Vermillion VRML ... ... ...dd 2.10 .47 246 .68 -64.8 VeronaPh n VRNA ... ... ... 25.55 10.44 1 13.15 +10.8Verrica n VRCA ... ... ...dd 23.29 13.23 75 16.15 -7.7Versartis VSAR ... ... ...dd 3.05 1.30 136 1.40 -36.4sVertexEn VTNR ... ... ...dd 1.86 .71 936 1.81 +90.5VertxPh VRTX ... ... ...cc 186.44 136.50 697 182.17 +21.6Veru Inc VERU ... ... ...dd 3.00 .90 67 1.82 +59.6ViaSat VSAT ... ... ...dd 80.26 59.16 229 63.34 -15.4ViacomA VIA .80 2.3 8 40.64 28.20 75 34.85 -.1ViacomB VIAB .80 2.5 7 35.55 22.13 3324 32.59 +5.8Viavi VIAV ... ... 33 11.55 8.34 819 11.32 +29.5Vical rs VICL ... ... ...dd 3.70 1.02 28 1.39 -24.0Vicor VICR ... ... ... 64.50 16.30 297 48.95 +134.2VicDvAcc n VSDA ... ... ... 31.48 26.17 0 31.20 +9.7VicMultiF n VSMV ... ... ... 30.32 25.33 1 30.12 +9.2Vict500VW CFA .44e .8 ...q 52.94 44.97 24 52.23 +7.1VictDisEnV CSF .38e .8 ...q 50.77 41.97 4 48.84 +8.2Vict500EV CFO .47e .9 ...q 52.77 44.99 85 52.18 +6.9VicEM Hi n CEY ... ... ... 28.35 23.10 0 23.91 -8.5VictDevVol CIZ .01j ... ...q 39.92 32.89 18 34.27 -2.4VictIncEV CDC 1.09e 2.3 ...q 48.81 43.73 58 47.83 +3.0VictSCVol CSA .16e ... ...q 51.78 43.09 1 50.02 +8.6VictIntlVol CIL .15e ... ...q 46.94 38.37 0 40.15 -1.2VicEmMkt CEZ ... ... ... 31.99 26.16 27.34 -7.8VictLCHiDv CDL .44e ... ...q 47.44 42.65 9 46.55 +2.7VictIntHiD CID .33e ... ...q 38.00 32.77 3 33.71 -6.9VictCap n VCTR ... ... ... 13.50 8.27 490 9.46 -18.4ViewRay n VRAY ... ... ... 13.21 5.15 1085 9.45 +2.1VikingTh n VKTX ... ... ...dd 24.00 1.29 6107 19.29 +375.1VikngTh wt VKTXW ... ... ... 3.84 .45 3.17 +25.3VillagB&T VBFC ... ... 52 35.00 27.15 1 33.43 +9.1VillSupMkt VLGEA 1.00 3.6 16 31.49 21.95 15 27.79 +21.2sViperEnPt VNOM 2.40e 5.7 48 42.49 17.81 847 42.28 +81.2VirTra n VTSI ... ... ...cc 7.36 4.14 19 5.30 -15.9Virco VIRC .06 1.4 ... 5.95 3.70 39 4.30 -14.9VirtuFin n VIRT .96 4.5 11 37.85 13.10 989 21.45 +17.2VirtusInv VRTS 2.20f 1.8 15 138.03 106.55 17 119.90 +4.2VirtusIn pf VRTSP 1.81 1.8 ... 114.06 98.00 0 103.00 +2.0Virtusa VRTU ... ... ...cc 58.60 34.79 90 54.32 +23.2VistaGn n VTGN ... ... ... 2.65 .69 93 1.37 +23.1tVisteon s VC ... ... 20 140.64 100.62 526 100.50 -19.7VitalThera VTL ... ... ...dd 9.75 .25 4402 .29 -95.1ViveveMd n VIVE ... ... ...dd 5.99 1.60 62 2.87 -42.3Vivopwr n VVPR ... ... ... 6.69 1.02 4 1.47 -49.3Vivus rs VVUS ... ... 2 10.10 3.33 105 4.94 -1.8Vodafone VOD 1.82e 8.0 ... 32.75 21.13 4871 22.65 -29.0VoyagerT n VYGR ... ... ...dd 31.91 11.54 161 18.22 +9.8vTvThera n VTVT ... ... ...dd 8.40 .65 94 .83 -86.2Vuzix VUZI ... ... ...dd 11.40 4.10 244 6.60 +5.6W -:WCF Bcp n WCFB .20 2.2 ... 10.24 8.75 0 9.28 -2.6WD 40 WDFC 2.16 1.2 42 184.25 106.55 64 173.00 +46.6WMIH WMIH ... ... ...dd 1.67 .60 8591 1.37 +61.4WSFS s WSFS .44 .9 15 57.70 45.71 246 47.85 WSI Inds WSCI .16 2.3 77 6.95 2.90 6 6.90 +15.0WVS Fn WVFC .32a 2.0 25 18.05 14.76 16.01 +3.4WalgBoots WBA 1.76f 2.4 15 80.68 59.07 3515 72.20 -.6WashFed WAFD .72f 2.2 15 37.70 31.11 291 32.75 -4.4WashFd wt WAFDW ... ... ... 19.40 16.65 19.20 +8.2WshTrst WASH 1.72 3.1 18 63.25 51.25 26 56.30 +5.7WaterstnF WSBF .48a 2.8 16 20.05 16.60 79 17.00 -.3sWaveLfSc n WVE ... ... ... 55.95 21.00 150 55.20 +57.3WaysideT WSTG .68 5.6 6 17.25 11.19 9 12.20 -26.9Web.com WEB ... ... 11 28.35 15.75 472 27.95 +28.2WeiboCorp WB ... ... ... 142.12 66.68 1152 75.68 -26.9WelleslyBc WEBK .22 .6 23 34.50 26.00 34.50 +16.2Wendys Co WEN .34 2.0 19 18.68 13.57 2005 17.32 +5.5WernerEnt WERN .36 1.0 21 43.95 33.20 816 35.25 -8.8Wesbanc WSBC 1.16 2.5 19 51.12 38.09 118 45.53 +12.0WestBcp WTBA .80 3.4 15 28.00 22.65 30 23.65 -6.0WAmBcp WABC 1.60 2.6 30 64.76 53.26 53 61.34 +3.0WestellT rs WSTL ... ... 30 4.60 2.50 8 2.68 -28.5WDigital WDC 2.00 3.3 7 106.96 53.61 5898 59.92 -24.7WstNwEnB WNEB .16 1.5 23 11.25 9.80 23 10.75 -1.4WstptFuel g WPRT ... ... ...dd 4.33 2.10 306 3.24 -13.8WestwtrRs WWR ... ... ... 1.45 .16 2208 .22 -79.9WeycoGp WEYS .92 2.6 22 39.93 27.00 13 35.17 +18.3Wheeler wt WHLRW ... ... ... .08 .01 .03 -17.6Wheelr pfB WHLRP 2.25 11.8 ... 23.00 12.58 8 19.08 -12.8Wheelr pfD WHLRD 2.19 10.4 ... 23.21 14.66 3 20.99 +4.4Wheeler rs WHLR 1.36 33.8 ...dd 12.30 3.25 68 4.02 -59.7WhiteHFin WHF 1.42 10.2 9 15.80 10.92 29 13.88 +3.4Wilhelmina WHLM ... ... 30 7.54 4.90 7 6.83 +5.6WillScot wt WSCW ... ... ... 1.50 .56 1.35 -6.3WillScot WSC ... ... ... 17.70 9.45 371 16.85 +32.7WillmValV WVVI ... ... 23 8.86 7.81 1 7.92 -4.0WillVV pfA WVVIP .22e 4.5 ... 6.00 4.17 0 4.87 -6.5Willdan WLDN ... ... 23 33.75 19.25 26 29.27 +22.3WillisLFn WLFC ... ... 13 36.70 22.51 6 34.62 +38.6WillisTwW WLTW 2.40 1.7 41 165.00 142.67 622 145.04 -3.7Windstm rs WIN ... ... ... 13.65 3.03 631 5.03 -45.6Wingstop n WING .32f .5 88 70.74 31.53 276 66.99 +71.9Winmark WINA .60 .4 26 176.45 121.55 4 161.20 +24.6WinsFin WINS ... ... ... 390.88 33.38 1 55.00 -69.4Wintrust WTFC .76 .9 18 99.96 73.10 514 89.07 +8.1Wintrust wt WTFCW ... ... ... 63.47 54.70 59.60 -2.1Wintrst pfD WTFCM 1.64 6.1 ... 29.31 26.58 6 26.84 -4.0WisdTrMdE GULF 1.10e 5.9 ...q 20.14 16.45 1 18.80 +6.7WT SCQDv DGRS .66e 1.7 ...q 38.74 33.14 5 37.88 +6.0WT USQDv DGRW .59e 1.3 ...q 44.96 37.75 277 44.58 +7.6WTChixSte CXSE 1.54e 2.1 ...q 96.79 67.77 11 72.08 -16.4WTEMCpBd EMCB 3.18 4.6 ...q 73.96 68.12 0 69.11 -5.5WisdomTr WETF .12 1.5 22 13.41 7.57 577 8.12 -35.3WTEMQDv DGRE .67e 2.8 ...q 28.95 23.12 2 24.15 -11.4WT NegAB AGND .78 1.8 ...q 45.12 42.99 44.02 +1.6WT IntHdg AGZD .84 1.7 ...q 49.15 47.59 11 48.02 -.8WT NegHY HYND .90e 4.2 ...q 22.48 20.40 103 21.54 +5.1WT IntHY HYZD 1.02 4.2 ...q 26.52 23.49 265 24.25 +.4WTGermH DXGE 1.39e 2.4 ...q 33.99 29.34 8 30.35 -5.7WT JpSCEq DXJS 1.10e .5 ...q 47.87 41.50 24 44.58 -3.3WTEMCnG EMCG .59e 2.7 ...q 28.89 20.59 2 21.66 -19.6Wix.com WIX ... ... ... 118.45 50.90 558 112.00 +94.6Woodward WWD .57 .7 30 89.30 68.56 198 81.26 +6.2Workday WDAY ... ... ...dd 157.12 95.35 1458 141.50 +39.1Workhrs rs WKHS ... ... ...dd 3.45 .91 92 1.12 -56.3WldAccept WRLD ... ... 17 125.14 71.02 56 117.27 +45.3WrightMed WMGI ... ... ...dd 29.50 19.01 503 28.00 +26.1WrightM rt WMGIZ ... ... ... 1.74 .61 38 1.38 -8.6Wynn WYNN 3.00 2.3 37 203.63 126.96 2371 132.98 -21.1X-Y-Z:xG Tech rs XGTI ... ... ... 1.98 .37 76 .42 -74.4 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Money FundsAB Government Money ... 1.88 AB Government Money ... 1.89 AB Government Money ... 1.89 AIM MMCshRes 32 1.46 AIMMMInv 32 1.61 AIM Premier Portfoli 21 2.06 AIM Premier Tax Exem 8 1.34 AIM Premier U.S. Gov 34 1.87 AIM Short Term Invts 29 1.87 AIM Short Term Invts 10 1.30 AIM Short Term Invts 12 1.94 AIM Short Term Invts 20 2.09 AIM Short Term Invts 30 1.88 AlBernExRK p ... 1.84 AllBrnExRsv I ... 1.87 AlliBernExRsvA ... 1.70 AlliBernExRsAd ... 1.70 AlliBernExRsvB ... 1.67 AlliBernExRsC ... 1.69 ABGovMMSel 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FundDlr 32 1.62 BLFMunCsh 12 1.08 BRInvest 24 1.64 BlackRock Money Mark 24 .89 BLNYMfPCS p 6 .89 BRSvc 24 1.72 BLFTempFdPCS 30 1.58 BRLiqTrsTAd 51 1.81 BLFM MuniCsh 12 1.33 BLF TempFd 30 2.08 BLFTmpDlr 30 1.83 BLFTmCsDlr 27 1.86 BLFedTrAd 43 1.80 BLCAMunPC p 6 .62 BlkrkLqTmpAd 30 1.98 BRLiqTmpCR 30 1.68 BLMuAdm 25 1.27 BLF TmpCsh 27 2.08 BLFT TrFund 32 1.88 BLFedAdm 27 1.78 BLMuCshMg 20 .90 BLFTmCshMg 30 1.58 CNIGovtA p 35 1.29 California Tax-Free 25 1.06 CapResFd p 26 1.29 Cash Account Tr, Gov 21 1.67 Cash Account Tr, Gov 21 1.88 Cash Account Trust 21 1.04 Cash Account Trust: 40 .48 Cash Acct Tr: Govt & 21 1.81 Cash Acct Tr: Tax Ex 40 .90 Cash Acct Tr: Tax Ex 40 1.26 Cash Acct Tr: Tax Ex 40 1.30 CashMgtInst 21 1.73 CashResInst 21 1.79 CavanalCshAd 20 1.41 Cavanal Hill Governm 20 1.73 Cavanal Hill Governm 20 1.78 Cavanal Hill Governm 20 1.70 Cavanal Hill U.S. Tr 16 1.72 Cavanal Hill U.S. Tr 16 1.80 Cavanal Hill U.S. Tr 16 1.60 CavanalTrAdm 16 1.30 CitiznSelTreA 43 1.94 CitiznSelTreB 43 1.73 CityNaRoGv p 35 1.14 CityNRochGv 35 1.59 Columbia Government 25 1.48 Columbia Government 25 1.48 Columbia Government 25 1.48 Columbia Government 25 1.67 Columbia Government 25 1.48 ColumbiaA 25 1.48 Columbia Z 25 1.48 DWSMSerMgd 21 1.90 DWSMSerInst 21 1.90 DWS MMkt 28 1.67 DWS Variable NAV Mon 24 2.17 DavisGvtA 54 1.47 Deutsche Money Marke 28 1.40 Deutsche Money Marke 28 .68 Deutsche Money Marke 28 1.67 DryBasic 52 1.78 DryInsPfGHm 16 1.84 DryInsPfGvP 16 1.59 DryTrsAgcyC 2 1.53 DryResInst 16 1.89 Dreyfus Cash Mgmt Ad 36 2.03 Dreyfus Cash Mgmt In 36 2.13 Dreyfus Cash Mgmt In 36 1.88 Dreyfus Government S 29 1.43 Dreyfus Government S 29 1.58 Dreyfus Government S 29 1.73 Dreyfus Government S 29 1.83 Dreyfus Govt Cash Mg 16 1.85 Dreyfus Govt Cash Mg 16 1.60 Dreyfus Govt Cash Mg 16 1.75 Dreyfus Govt Cash Mg 16 1.45 Dreyfus Institutiona 43 1.99 Dreyfus Institutiona 31 2.05 Dreyfus Institutiona 38 1.60 Dreyfus Institutiona 38 1.86 Dreyfus Institutiona 2 1.83 Dreyfus Instl Prefer 31 2.00 Dreyfus Liquid Asset 45 1.77 Dreyfus Liquid Asset 45 1.37 Dreyfus Municipal Ca 16 1.12 Dreyfus Municipal Ca 16 .88 Dreyfus New York Mun 23 1.20 Dreyfus New York Mun 23 .96 Dreyfus Prime Money 48 2.00 Dreyfus Tax Exempt C 9 1.36 Dreyfus Tax Exempt C 9 1.11 Dreyfus Treasury Cas 20 1.86 Dreyfus Treasury Cas 20 1.62 Dreyfus Treasury Cas 20 1.77 Dreyfus Treasury Cas 20 1.47 Dreyfus Treasury Sec 37 1.88 Dreyfus Treasury Sec 37 1.63 Dreyfus Treasury Sec 37 1.78 Dreyfus Treasury Sec 37 1.48 Dreyfus Treasury and 2 1.85 DryfLA 45 1.44 DryInTrAgcHm 2 1.79 DryTrPmCsh I 38 1.89 DryfGenTrPrA 47 1.07 EdwJones IS 29 .80 EdwJonesRS 29 .78 FIMMDom I 19 2.03 FIMMDomII 19 1.88 FIMMDomIII 19 1.78 FIMMGov I 32 1.88 FIMMGovII 32 1.73 FIMMGovIII 32 1.63FIMM Government Port 32 1.92 FIMMMMkt I 21 2.08 FIMMMMktII 21 1.93 FIMMMMktIII 21 1.83 FIMMTrOnlyII p 38 1.75 FIMMTrOnly3 38 1.65 FIMMTrOnly I 38 1.90 FIMM Treasury Only P 38 1.94 FIMM Treasury Portfo 27 1.90 FIMMTry I 27 1.86 FIMMTryII 27 1.71 FIMMTryIII 27 1.61 FedCAMuniII 30 .84 FedCAMunCS p 30 .49 FedCAMunCap 30 1.14 FedGovOblCp 27 1.73 FedGovOb IS 27 1.85 FedGovOblSv 27 1.61 FedMMEagle 26 1.86 FedNYMun WS 44 1.26 FedPAMu WS 17 1.10 FedPrCshObCp 27 1.93 FedPrVlObSv 1 1.84 FedPrVlOblCp 1 1.99 FedPrVluObl 1 2.10 FedPrCshOblIS 27 2.03 FdPrCshObSv 27 1.78 FedPriOb IS 26 2.09 FedPrObSvc 26 1.89 FedTrstUSTr 24 1.83 FedTrsOb IS 25 1.86 FedTreasObSv 25 1.61 FedTrsOblCp 25 1.76 FedUSTCshSv 45 1.64 FedUSTrsIns 45 1.89 FedVaMuCsCS p 21 .52 Federated Government 27 .89 Federated Government 36 1.53 Federated Government 29 1.15 Federated Government 29 .75 Federated Government 29 .75 Federated Government 29 1.15 Federated Government 27 1.19 Federated Government 27 1.03 Federated Government 27 1.88 Federated Institutio 6 1.32 Federated Institutio 26 1.81 Federated Institutio 26 1.96 Federated Institutio 26 2.04 Federated Institutio 26 2.06 Federated Municipal 40 .85 Federated Municipal 40 1.09 Federated Municipal 40 .61 Federated Municipal 40 .73 Federated Prime Cash 27 1.10 Federated Prime Cash 27 1.25 Federated Prime Cash 27 1.34 Federated Prime Cash 27 1.53 Federated Prime Cash 27 1.73 Federated Treasury O 25 1.58 Federated Trust for 24 1.13 Federated Trust for 24 1.00 FedMstr 1 1.64 FidTrAdvC t 29 .61 Fidelity California 19 1.28 Fidelity California 19 1.03 Fidelity Domestic Po 19 1.98 Fidelity Flex Govern 30 2.07 Fidelity Government 30 1.10 Fidelity Government 30 1.35 Fidelity Government 30 1.73 Fidelity Government 30 1.80 Fidelity Government 30 1.37 FidGovPortS 32 1.83 Fidelity Insti Money 21 2.12 Fidelity Insti Money 19 2.07 Fidelity Insti Money 19 1.51 Fidelity Insti Money 27 1.36 Fidelity Insti Money 38 1.40 Fidelity Investments 19 2.08 Fidelity Investments 19 1.99 Fidelity Investments 19 1.79 Fidelity Investments 19 1.89 Fidelity Investments 19 2.04 FidCashRes 30 1.67 FidSpGov 30 1.63 FidSpMM 21 1.83 FidSpUSTr 38 1.66 FidMMPortS 21 2.03 Fidelity Massachuset 28 1.30 Fidelity Massachuset 28 1.05 Fidelity Money Marke 21 1.95 Fidelity New Jersey 44 1.26 Fidelity New Jersey 44 1.01 Fidelity New York AM 37 1.31 Fidelity New York AM 37 1.06 Fidelity SAI Municip 35 1.45 Fidelity Series Gove 32 2.06 Fidelity Tax-Exempt 39 1.25 Fidelity Treasury Mo 29 1.62 Fidelity Treasury On 38 1.85 FidTrPortsS 27 1.81 FidTrsyCR 29 1.09 FidTryDly M 29 1.34 FstAmTrObD 18 1.43 FstAmGvObA p 24 1.27 FstAmPrObY 22 1.76 FstAmTrObA p 18 1.28 FstAmTrObY 18 1.58 First American Gover 24 1.88 First American Insti 22 2.09 First American Treas 18 1.89 First American U.S. 34 1.86 First American U.S. 34 1.46 First American U.S. 34 1.31 First American U.S. 34 1.61 FtInvCs 41 1.44 First Investors Gove 41 1.44 FstAmTrObII 18 1.73 FsAmISTrII 34 1.76 FstAmPrObZ 22 2.09 FstAmPrObl 22 1.81 FsAmPrObII 22 1.91 FstAmTrObZ 18 1.85 FstAmTreResA 18 1.09 Gabelli U.S. Treasur 60 1.99 Gabelli U.S. Treasur 60 1.99 GabelliUST 60 1.99 GartmrMMPr 25 1.48 GnCAMuB 8 .55 GnTrsAgcy A 3 1.29 GnTrsAgcy R 3 1.49 GnGvSec 11 1.16 GeneralB p 42 1.23 General Government S 11 1.40 GnGovB p 11 .96 General Money Market 42 1.69 General Municipal Mo 13 .95 General Treasury Sec 47 1.34 General Treasury Sec 47 1.51 General Treasury and 3 1.04 GnMMkt 42 1.48 Goldman Sachs Fds, F 36 1.79 Goldman Sachs Fds, F 36 1.86 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 2.06 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.67 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.91 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.78 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.38 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.63 Goldman Sachs Financ 26 1.75 Goldman Sachs Financ 26 1.35 Goldman Sachs Financ 26 1.60 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 2.07 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.67 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.92 Goldman Sachs Financ 35 1.64Goldman Sachs Financ 35 1.39 Goldman Sachs Financ 35 1.79 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.39 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.64 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.85 Goldman Sachs Financ 35 1.86 Goldman Sachs Financ 26 1.82 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 2.13 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 2.14 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 2.02 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 2.02 Goldman Sachs Financ 26 1.70 Goldman Sachs Financ 35 1.74 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.73 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.74 Goldman Sachs Financ 35 1.25 Goldman Sachs Financ 35 1.09 Goldman Sachs Financ 35 1.54 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.25 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.09 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.54 Goldman Sachs Financ 26 1.20 Goldman Sachs Financ 26 1.05 Goldman Sachs Financ 26 1.50 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.82 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.23 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.08 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.53 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.52 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.37 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.82 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.37 Goldman Sachs Financ 36 1.52 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 .88 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.63 Goldman Sachs Financ 29 1.88 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.36 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.83 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.51 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.76 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.06 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.71 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.61 Goldman Sachs Financ 34 1.86 Goldman Sachs Invest 42 1.58 Goldman Sachs Invest 42 1.43 Goldman Sachs Invest 42 1.28 Goldman Sachs Invest 20 .33 Goldman Sachs Invest 20 1.08 Goldman Sachs Invest 42 1.83 Goldman Sachs Invest 42 2.08 Goldman Sachs Invest 42 1.08 Goldman Sachs Invest 42 1.83 GovTxMgSvc 36 1.60 GovObTR 27 1.36 GovTxMgIS 36 1.85 Government Fund Clas 34 1.75 Government Obligatio 24 1.90 Government Obligatio 24 1.87 GovResFd P 29 1.00 HSBC U.S. Government 21 1.75 HSBC U.S. Government 21 1.86 HSBC U.S. Government 21 1.80 HSBC U.S. Government 21 1.82 HSBC U.S. Treasury M 21 1.78 HSBC U.S. Treasury M 21 1.53 HSBC U.S. Treasury M 21 1.89 HSBC U.S. Treasury M 21 1.85 HSBC U.S. Treasury M 21 1.87 HSBCUSGov A 21 1.35 HSBCUSGov D 21 1.50 Harbor Money Market 42 1.53 Harbor 42 1.75 HeritAdm 16 1.89 HeritInst 16 2.02 HewittMM p 25 1.37 ING MM A 24 1.62 ING MM I 24 1.61 Invesco Government M 32 1.69 InvescoA5 32 1.46 InvescoC5 p 32 .71 Invesco Tax Exempt C 10 .58 Invesco Tax-Exempt C 10 .62 Investor Cash Tr, Tr 14 1.68 Investor Tax-Exempt 20 1.23 Investor Tax-Exempt 20 .83 Investor Tax-Exempt 20 1.08 Investor 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JPMUSGvtR p 33 1.34 JPMUSGvtMrg 33 1.45 JPMLqAsInv 25 1.74 JPMorgan 100% US Tre 50 1.90 JPMorgan California 6 .99 JPMorgan California 6 .39 JPMorgan California 6 .74 JPMFedInst 41 1.87 JPMorgan Institution 8 1.32 JPMorgan Institution 8 1.37 JPMorgan Institution 8 1.35 JPMorgan Institution 8 1.26 JPMorgan Liquid Asse 25 2.07 JPMorgan Municipal M 6 .84 JPMorgan Municipal M 6 1.28 JPMorgan Municipal M 6 .49 JPMorgan New York Mu 6 1.05 JPMorgan New York Mu 6 .45 JPMorgan New York Mu 6 .80 JPMPrInst 21 2.04 JPMPrRsv 21 1.55 JPMorgan Prime Money 21 2.09 JPMorgan Prime Money 21 2.07 JPMorgan Prime Money 21 1.28 JPMorgan U. 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Treas 18 1.88 JPMorgan U.S. Govern 33 1.34 JPMorgan U.S. Govern 33 1.04 JPMorgan U.S. Govern 33 .99 JPMorgan U.S. Govern 33 1.73 JPMorgan U.S. Treasu 18 1.86 JPMorgan US Governme 33 1.53Liquid Assets Portfo 20 1.22 Liquid Assets Portfo 20 1.89 Liquid Assets Portfo 20 1.51 Liquid Assets Portfo 20 2.01 MainStay A 19 1.43 MainStay B 19 1.25 MainStay Money Marke 19 1.25 MainStay Money Marke 19 1.25 ManagersMM 33 1.88 Maryland Tax-Free Mo 15 1.19 Maryland Tax-Free Mo 15 1.10 Meeder Institutional 28 2.02 MeederRetl 27 1.73 ML CMAMn 25 1.46 ML CMATr 34 1.44 MilestnTOInst 35 1.79 MilestnTOInv 35 1.55 MHLIRSel 27 2.06 MMktGS2 31 1.89 MMktGS4 31 1.64 MMktProFdInv 21 1.02 MMktProFdSvc 21 .12 Mutual America Insti 23 1.81 Nationwide Governmen 25 1.28 NatnwdMMInst 25 1.53 New York Tax-Free Mo 19 1.18 NorthInstGovSel 48 1.84 Northern 44 1.92 NorthernGvSl 46 1.68 NorthInstGovt 42 1.78 NorthInstPrObSv 40 1.81 Money Market Funds Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 14 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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99.28 1.90 1.25 Nov 18 p 99.27 99.28 -0.01 1.99 3.75 Nov 18 p 100.06 100.07 -0.01 2.03 1.00 Nov 18 p 99.25 99.26 2.05 1.25 Nov 18 p 99.26 99.27 2.07 1.38 Nov 18 p 99.27 99.28 2.06 1.25 Dec 18 p 99.25 99.26 2.09 1.00 Dec 18 p 99.23 99.24 2.16 1.38 Dec 18 p 99.24 99.25 2.17 1.50 Dec 18 p 99.25 99.26 2.17 1.13 Jan 19 p 99.20 99.21 2.19 2.13 Jan 19 f 100.05 100.06 +0.01 1.44 1.13 Jan 19 p 99.18 99.19 2.28 1.25 Jan 19 p 99.19 99.20 2.27 1.50 Jan 19 p 99.22 99.23 2.25 .75 Feb 19 p 99.12 99.13 2.28 2.75 Feb 19 p 100.04 100.05 2.30 8.88 Feb 19 k 102.14 102.15 -0.01 2.44 1.13 Feb 19 p 99.15 99.16 2.30 1.38 Feb 19 p 99.18 99.19 2.30 1.50 Feb 19 p 99.20 99.21 2.29 1.00 Mar 19 p 99.11 99.12 2.32 1.25 Mar 19 p 99.13 99.14 2.37 1.50 Mar 19 p 99.17 99.18 +0.01 2.38 1.63 Mar 19 p 99.19 99.20 +0.01 2.37 .13 Apr 19 f 99.10 99.11 +0.01 1.28 .88 Apr 19 p 99.04 99.05 2.38 1.25 Apr 19 p 99.09 99.10 2.41 1.63 Apr 19 p 99.16 99.17 2.40 .88 May 19 p 99.00 99.01 +0.01 2.42 3.13 May 19 p 100.12 100.13 2.46 1.13 May 19 p 99.02 99.03 2.45 1.25 May 19 p 99.05 99.06 2.45 1.50 May 19 p 99.10 99.11 2.46 1.00 Jun 19 p 98.27 98.28 2.48 1.25 Jun 19 p 99.01 99.02 2.48 1.63 Jun 19 p 99.10 99.11 2.49 .75 Jul 19 p 98.18 98.19 2.53 1.88 Jul 19 f 101.06 101.07 +0.01 .22 .88 Jul 19 p 98.18 98.19 2.54 1.63 Jul 19 p 99.06 99.07 2.54 .75 Aug 19 p 98.12 98.13 2.55 3.63 Aug 19 p 100.27 100.28 -0.01 2.60 8.13 Aug 19 k 104.25 104.26 -0.01 2.60 1.00 Aug 19 p 98.16 98.17 2.58 1.25 Aug 19 p 98.24 98.25 2.58 1.63 Aug 19 p 99.03 99.04 2.58 .88 Sep 19 p 98.11 98.12 +0.01 2.58 1.00 Sep 19 p 98.12 98.13 2.60 1.38 Sep 19 p 98.24 98.25 2.61 1.75 Sep 19 p 99.04 99.05 2.60 1.00 Oct 19 p 98.09 98.10 2.63 1.25 Oct 19 p 98.15 98.16 2.64 1.50 Oct 19 p 98.24 98.25 2.64 1.00 Nov 19 p 98.04 98.05 2.65 3.38 Nov 19 p 100.24 100.25 2.67 1.00 Nov 19 p 98.01 98.02 2.66 1.50 Nov 19 p 98.29 98.30 2.66 1.50 Nov 19 p 98.20 98.21 2.66 1.38 Dec 19 p 98.13 98.14 2.68 1.13 Dec 19 p 98.01 98.02 2.70 1.63 Dec 19 p 98.21 98.22 +0.01 2.69 1.88 Dec 19 p 98.30 98.31 -0.01 2.70 1.38 Jan 20 f 100.21 100.22 +0.01 .83 1.38 Jan 20 f 98.09 98.10 2.70 1.25 Jan 20 p 98.01 98.02 2.71 1.38 Jan 20 p 98.07 98.08 2.70 2.00 Jan 20 p 99.01 99.02 2.71 3.63 Feb 20 p 101.06 101.07 2.73 8.50 Feb 20 k 107.26 107.27 2.71 1.38 Feb 20 p 98.02 98.03 2.73 1.25 Feb 20 p 97.29 97.30 2.73 2.25 Feb 20 p 99.09 99.10 2.73 1.13 Mar 20 p 97.18 97.19 2.76 1.38 Mar 20 p 97.30 97.31 2.75 2.25 Mar 20 p 99.07 99.08 -0.01 2.75 1.50 Apr 20 p 98.02 98.03 2.76 .13 Apr 20 f 98.21 98.22 +0.02 .98 1.13 Apr 20 p 97.13 97.14 2.77 1.38 Apr 20 p 97.26 97.27 2.76 2.38 Apr 20 p 99.12 99.13 2.76 1.50 May 20 p 97.30 97.31 2.77 3.50 May 20 p 101.04 101.05 2.78 8.75 May 20 k 109.18 109.19 -0.01 2.71 1.38 May 20 p 97.21 97.22 2.79 1.50 May 20 p 97.28 97.29 2.78 2.50 May 20 p 99.16 99.17 -0.01 2.78 1.50 Jun 20 p 97.27 97.28 2.77 1.63 Jun 20 p 97.31 98.00 2.79 1.88 Jun 20 p 98.12 98.13 -0.01 2.79 2.50 Jun 20 p 99.15 99.16 2.78 1.25 Jul 20 f 101.02 101.03 +0.01 .50 1.50 Jul 20 p 97.22 97.23 2.80 1.63 Jul 20 p 97.27 97.28 2.81 2.00 Jul 20 p 98.17 98.18 -0.01 2.80 2.63 Jul 20 p 99.21 99.22 -0.01 2.79 1.50 Aug 20 p 97.18 97.19 -0.01 2.80 2.63 Aug 20 p 99.20 99.21 2.82 8.75 Aug 20 k 110.25 110.26 -0.01 2.82 1.38 Aug 20 p 97.09 97.10 2.81 2.13 Aug 20 p 98.21 98.22 -0.01 2.82 2.63 Aug 20 p 99.21 99.22 2.80 1.38 Sep 20 p 97.07 97.08 -0.01 2.81 1.38 Sep 20 p 97.05 97.06 -0.01 2.81 2.00 Sep 20 p 98.12 98.13 2.82 2.75 Sep 20 p 99.27 99.28 2.82 1.63 Oct 20 p 97.19 97.20 2.83 1.38 Oct 20 p 97.00 97.01 -0.01 2.83 1.75 Oct 20 p 97.25 97.26 2.83 1.75 Nov 20 p 97.23 97.24 2.83 2.63 Nov 20 p 99.16 99.17 -0.01 2.84 1.63 Nov 20 p 97.13 97.14 2.85 2.00 Nov 20 p 98.06 98.07 -0.01 2.84 1.88 Dec 20 p 97.29 97.30 2.83 1.75 Dec 20 p 97.19 97.20 2.84 2.38 Dec 20 p 98.30 98.31 -0.01 2.84 2.00 Jan 21 p 98.02 98.03 -0.01 2.85 1.13 Jan 21 f 100.16 100.17 .88 1.38 Jan 21 p 96.20 96.21 2.85 2.13 Jan 21 p 98.10 98.11 -0.01 2.85 2.25 Feb 21 p 98.19 98.20 2.85 3.63 Feb 21 p 101.23 101.24 2.86 7.88 Feb 21 k 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TricanWell 628798 2.32 2.17 2.22 -.06 TurquoiseHill 99802 2.87 2.74 2.74 -.09 ValeuraEgyJ 70914 4.23 3.61 4.15 +.57 VermilionEgy 76338 43.39 42.51 43.25 +1.07 VillageFarms 188415 7.59 7.16 7.23 -.56 Wallbridgeo 1307223 .34 .23 .30 +.06 WesternForst 61790 2.20 2.17 2.19 +.01 WheatonPrecio 94220 22.16 21.61 21.67 -.24 WhitecapReso 208764 8.26 8.09 8.15 +.09 YamanaGld 194284 3.34 3.24 3.28 +.08 Toronto stocks Name Vol High Low Last Chg Treasury bonds Rate Date Bid Ask Chg Yld 1.75 Jun 22 p 95.25 95.26 2.93 2.13 Jun 22 p 97.04 97.05 2.93 .13 Jul 22 f 97.15 97.16 +0.01 .79 1.88 Jul 22 p 96.04 96.05 -0.01 2.94 2.00 Jul 22 p 96.19 96.20 2.93 1.63 Aug 22 p 95.05 95.06 2.94 7.25 Aug 22 k 115.24 115.25 -0.01 2.92 1.63 Aug 22 p 95.04 95.05 2.94 1.88 Aug 22 p 96.01 96.02 -0.01 2.94 1.75 Sep 22 p 95.15 95.16 -0.01 2.94 1.88 Sep 22 p 95.30 95.31 -0.01 2.94 1.75 Oct 22 p 95.27 95.28 -0.01 2.95 2.00 Oct 22 p 96.11 96.12 2.94 1.63 Nov 22 p 94.27 94.28 2.95 7.63 Nov 22 k 118.04 118.05 -0.01 2.93 2.00 Nov 22 p 96.08 96.09 -0.01 2.95 2.13 Dec 22 p 96.21 96.22 -0.01 2.95 .13 Jan 23 f 96.23 96.24 .90 1.75 Jan 23 p 95.02 95.03 -0.01 2.95 2.38 Jan 23 p 97.20 97.21 -0.01 2.95 2.00 Feb 23 p 96.02 96.03 -0.01 2.95 7.13 Feb 23 k 117.02 117.03 -0.01 2.94 1.50 Feb 23 p 93.31 94.00 2.95 2.63 Feb 23 p 98.21 98.22 2.94 1.50 Mar 23 p 93.28 93.29 2.95 2.50 Mar 23 p 98.02 98.03 -0.01 2.95 .63 Apr 23 f 98.20 98.21 .93 1.63 Apr 23 p 94.09 94.10 -0.01 2.95 2.75 Apr 23 p 99.03 99.04 -0.01 2.95 1.75 May 23 p 94.24 94.25 -0.01 2.96 1.63 May 23 p 94.06 94.07 -0.01 2.95 2.75 May 23 p 99.03 99.04 -0.01 2.95 1.38 Jun 23 p 92.31 93.00 -0.01 2.96 2.63 Jun 23 p 98.16 98.17 -0.01 2.95 .38 Jul 23 f 97.30 97.31 +0.01 .81 1.25 Jul 23 p 92.09 92.10 -0.01 2.96 2.75 Jul 23 p 99.01 99.02 -0.01 2.96 Name Vol High Low Last Chg Name Vol High Low Last Chg Name Vol High Low Last Chg FOOTNOTE: Rate -The annual interest rate the Treasury bond provides to investors. Date -The month and year the bond will expire. Bid -The price investors will pay for the bond. Ask -The price at which investors will sell. A bond price is expressed as a percentage of its original purchase cost of $1,000. The whole numbers and the decimals-which represent 32nds of a point-must be converted to dollars and cents; for example, 103.18 equals $1,035.63. Chg -The change between the preceding days nal bid price and the nal bid price from the day before. Yld -The annual percentage return to the investor, based on the bonds current price, if the bond is held until it matures. K -Taxes on interest will not be withheld from non-U.S. citizens. n -Treasury note. p -Treasury note; taxes on interest will not be withheld from non-U.S. citizens. Rate Date Bid Ask Chg Yld Rate Date Bid Ask Chg Yld Rate Date Bid Ask Chg Yld Money Market Funds Continued from previous page IntlValAdv FV 14.40 +1.9 -5.3 +8.0/C IntrmDvrsMnA m MS 14.05 -.5 -.4 +.9/B IntrmDvrsMnC m MS 14.04 -.7 -1.1 +.1/E LgCpGrA m LG 55.07 +1.2 +15.3 +18.2/B LgCpGrAdv LG 59.92 +1.2 +15.5 +18.5/B LgCpGrC m LG 41.46 +1.1 +14.6 +17.3/C LgCpGrI LG 59.61 +1.2 +15.5 +18.6/B LgCpGrK b LG 56.01 +1.2 +15.2 +18.1/B LtdDurHiIncAdv HY 10.22 +.3 +2.0 +4.6/E MuniBdInfStr1 b MS 10.11 -.7 +.6 +2.4/A MuniBdInfStr2 MS 10.11 -.6 +.5 +2.5/A MuniBdInfStrA m MS 10.15 -.7 +.4 +2.3/A MuniBdInfStrAdv MS 10.15 -.6 +.6 +2.5/A MuniIncCAA m MF 10.92 -.8 -.5 +2.1/B MuniIncCAAdv MF 10.92 -.8 -.3 +2.4/A MuniIncIIArznA m SI 10.86 -.8 -.4 +2.5/A MuniIncIIMAA m MT 10.93 -.9 -1.1 +1.6/B MuniIncIIMINA m SM 9.97 -.8 -1.1 +1.7/C MuniIncIINJA m MJ 9.53 -.7 -.6 +2.8/C MuniIncIIOhioA m MO 9.73 -.8 -.6 +2.3/A MuniIncIIPEA m MP 10.22 -.8 -.7 +2.3/B MuniIncIIVIA m SI 10.86 -.7 -.6 +2.1/A MuniIncNYA m MN 9.69 -.8 -1.0 +2.1/A MuniIncNYAdv MN 9.69 -.8 -.8 +2.4/A MuniIncNYC m MN 9.68 -.8 -1.5 +1.4/C MuniIncNtnA m MI 10.02 -.8 -.8 +2.4/A MuniIncNtnAdv MI 10.02 -.7 -.7 +2.7/A MuniIncNtnC m MI 10.01 -.8 -1.4 +1.6/C ReltvValA m LV 6.27 +1.3 +7.5 +14.6/B ReltvValAdv LV 6.33 +1.3 +7.7 +14.9/B ReltvValC m LV 6.24 +1.3 +7.0 +13.8/C SelUSEqAdv LB 18.49 +2.1 +10.3 +15.9/B SelUSLSA m LO 13.54 +1.4 +7.4 +9.1/A SelUSLSAdv LO 13.76 +1.5 +7.6 +9.4/A SelUSLSC m LO 12.93 +1.3 +6.8 +8.3/B ShortDurPlus CS 11.53 +.1 +.4 +.5/D SmCpGrA m SG 65.40 +1.5 +26.8 +22.1/A SmCpGrI SG 70.88 +1.5 +27.0 +22.4/A SstnlGlbThtcA m WS 120.81 -.3 +2.9 +15.3/A SstnlGlbThtcAdv WS 128.02 -.3 +3.1 +15.6/A SustIntlThtcA m FG 18.25 -1.8 -6.5 +7.4/E SustIntlThtcAdv FG 18.63 -1.7 -6.3 +7.7/E TxMgAlMktIncA m CA 12.61 -.5 +.2 +5.0/E TxMgWtAprStrAdv WS 16.87 +.8 +4.3 +12.0/C AAMInsgtSelIncI d TW 9.81 -.6 -1.9 +3.5/BABAllMktRlRet1 b IH 8.87 +.7 +.2 +7.9/B AllMktTRA m MA 14.71 -.5 -.8 +5.9/E AllMktTRAdv MA 14.82 -.5 -.7 +6.2/E AllMktTRC m MA 14.56 -.6 -1.4 +5.1/E BdInStrat1 b IP 10.46 -.7 -.3 +2.7/A BdInStrat2 IP 10.45 -.8 -.2 +2.7/A CncntrGrAdv LG 39.35 +3.3 +15.5 +15.5/D CnsrvWlthStratA m CA 12.13 +.2 -.1 +4.0 CorOppsA m LG 22.34 +1.1 +10.3 +15.6/D DiscvGrA m MG 13.38 +.7 +23.2 +19.6/A DiscvGrAdv MG 14.29 +.7 +23.4 +19.9/A DiscvValA m SV 23.82 -1.0 +4.6 +13.7/B DiscvValAdv SV 24.41 -.9 +4.8 +14.0/B DiscvValC m SV 20.91 -1.0 +4.0 +12.8/C DiscvValI SV 23.68 -1.0 +4.7 +14.0/B DiscvValR b SV 23.08 -1.0 +4.2 +13.2/C DiscvValZ SV 23.66 -1.0 +4.8 +14.1/B DiversMunicipal MS 14.04 -.5 -.1 +1.2/A EmMkts EM 28.26 -2.3 -13.2 +9.3/D EqIncA m LV 30.26 +1.6 +6.2 +12.9/D EqIncAdv LV 30.55 +1.6 +6.4 +13.2/C EqIncC m LV 29.86 +1.5 +5.6 +12.1/D GlbBdA m IB 8.18 -.6 -1.0 +2.4/C GlbBdAdv IB 8.18 -.4 -.7 +2.7/B GlbBdC m IB 8.21 -.6 -1.5 +1.6/D GlbBdI IB 8.18 -.4 -.7 +2.7/B GlbBdR b IB 8.18 -.5 -1.2 +2.0/C GlbRkAllcA m TV 16.27 -.2 -.9 +6.1/C GlbRlEstInvmA m GR 14.48 -1.3 +.9 +7.4/B GlbRlEstInvmIII GR 11.02 -1.2 +1.6 +8.2/A GrA m LG 86.62 +.6 +18.1 +19.1/A HiIncA m HY 8.33 +.1 -1.1 +6.2/B HiIncAdv HY 8.34 ... -.9 +6.4/B HiIncC m HY 8.42 -.1 -1.8 +5.3/D HiIncI HY 8.34 ... -1.0 +6.5/B HiIncK b HY 8.33 ... -1.1 +6.1/B HiIncR b HY 8.32 ... -1.5 +5.8/C HiIncZ HY 8.34 ... -.8 +6.5/B IntermBdA m CI 10.76 -.7 -1.3 +1.9/B IntermBdAdv CI 10.76 -.8 -1.2 +2.1/B IntermCAMuniA m SS 13.98 -.5 ... +1.0/B IntermNYMuniA m SS 13.68 -.5 -.3 +1.1/B Intl FB 17.91 +.6 -2.9 +8.8/C IntlValA m FV 14.05 +1.8 -5.5 +7.7/C 4-wk YTD 3-yr Name Obj NAV Rtn Rtn Rtn/Rk How to Read the Mutual Fund Tables Here are the 4,300 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables show the fund name, sell price or net asset value (NAV), daily net change and weekly net change. Underlining highlights the funds ranked in the top 20% in each of the last 5 years: Footnotes: e Ex capital gains distribution. f Previous days quotation. n No front end load or contingent deferred sales load may apply. p Fund assets are used to pay fo r distribution costs12(b)(1) plan. r Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply. s Stock dividend or split. t Both p and r. x Ex cash dividen d. NA not available. Name: Name of mutual fund and family. Obj: The funds objective group. Abbreviations listed below. NAV: Net asset value. Chg: Net change in price of NAV from previous day. Rtn: The funds total return, or percent change in NAV for the time period shown, with dividends reinvested. If period longer than 1 year, return is annualized.Rank: Funds letter grade compared with others in the same objective group; an A indicates fund performed in the top 20 percent; an E, in the bottom 20 percent. 4-wk YTD 3-yr Name Obj NAV Rtn Rtn Rtn/Rk Mutual Funds Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 15 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Tuesday, September 25, 2018Fund Objectives: AL: Allocation 70-85% Equity, AM: Multialternative, BL: Bank Loan, BM: Bear Market, CA : Allocation 30-50% Equity, CC: Consumer Defense, CD: Consumer Cyclical, CH: China Region, CI: IntermediateTerm Bond, CL: Long-Term Bond, CR: Multicurrency, CS: Short-Term Bond, CV: Convertibles, DP: Diversied Pacic/Asia, EB: Emerging-Markets Bond, EE: Equity Energy, EI: India Equity, EM: Diversied Emerging Markets, ES: Europe Stock, FA: Foreign Small/Mid-Value, FB: Foreign Large-Blend, FF: Managed Futures, FG: Foreign Large-Growth, FQ: Foreign Small/Mid-Blend, FR: Foreign Small/Mid-Growth, FV: Foreign Large-Value, FX: Single Currency, GI: Intermediate Government, GL: Long Government, GR: Global Real Estate, GS: Short Government, HM: High-Yield Muni, HY: High-Yield Bond, IB: World Bond, IC: Trading-Inverse Commodities, ID: Industrials, IE: Trading-Inverse Equity, IH: World Allocation, IP: Ination-Protected Bond, IS: Trading-Miscellaneous, JS: Japan Stock, LB: Large Blend, LC: Trading-Leveraged Commodities, LE: Trading-Leveraged Equity, LG: Large Growth, LO: Long-Short Equity, LP: Energy Limited Partnership, LS: Latin America Stock, LV: Large Value, MA: Allocation 50-70% Equity, MB: Mid-Cap Blend, MG: Mid-Cap Growth, MI: Muni National Intermediate, ML: Muni National Long, MQ: Miscellaneous Region, MR: Miscellaneous Sector, MS: Muni National Short, MU: Multisector Bond, MV: Mid-Cap Value, MY: Muni New York Long, ND: Trading-Inverse Debt, NE: Market Neutral, NT: Nontraditional Bond, PJ: Pacic/Asia ex-Japan Stock, RI: Target-Date Retirement, RR: Preferred Stock, SB: Small Blend, SC: Communications, SF: Financial, SG: Small Growth, SH : Health, SI: Muni Single State Intermediate, SL: Muni Single State Long, SN: Natural Resources, SP: Equity Precious Metals, SR: Real Estate, SS: Muni Single State Short, ST: Technology, SU: Utilities, SV: Small Value, TA: Target-Date 2000-2010, TD: Target-Date 2015, TE: Target-Date 2020, TG: Target-Date 2025, TH: Target-Date 2030, TI: Target-Date 2035, TJ: Target-Date 2040, TK: Target-Date 2045, TL: Target-Date 2055, TN: Target-Date 2050, TW: Corporate Bond, TV: Tactical Allocation, UB: Ultrashort Bond, VD: Trading-Leveraged Debt, VL: Stable Value, VO: Volatility, WS: World Stock, XM: Allocation 85+% Equity, XO: Infrastructure, XQ: Target-Date 2060+, XR: Option Writing, XS: Long-Short Credit, XP: Emerging-Markets LocalCurrency Bond, XY: Allocation 15-30% Equity. Data based on NAVs reported to Morningstar by 6 p.m. Eastern.

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